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October 7, 2009 9 The Julian News We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street RNER WWW. lan- rope TREET les.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 = IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME on one acre EXQUISITE LAKE CUYAMACA HOME. Newer 3 EXCEPTIONAL 14 Acre Ranch. Horse barn, Guest SPECTACULAR, ALPINE LOG HOME with 3 BR., with views to Palomar. Gourmet kitchen, Bedroom, 2.5 Bath residence on .94 Acres. Wonderful Quarters, Large Garage, Great Views, many large 2 BA, 3,544 sq. ft. on 38 acres with panoramic views. appliances, Many custom features. 3 BR, modern kitchen, high ceilings, 2 fireplaces, 2 wood trees, lovely property. An amazing home with many luxury features. 1798 sq. ft. with floor to ceiling windows and wrap- decks, large stone patio, double garage RV parking. Included are horse facilities and a spring-fed Koi around deck. $575,000 $625,000 $1,195,000 pond. $2,950,000 LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME - on 9.24 Acres. FIVE ACRES includes 2 legal parcels, 1200sq.ftIIIUNUSUAL AND REMOTE MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. II[ CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with Panoramic Views. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Central air Ill shop, 10,000 gallon water storage and space-Ill easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce trees. Views. I has approved septic layout. and heat, deck, garage. I efficient manufactured home. i Complete with dry cabin for secluded get-awayI[[ $649,000 I $395,000 Ill $240,000 ]1 $188,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate "Melo-de Savage, Realtor Assodate Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate " Ken Bunch, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com "email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com email: kencbunch@aol.com I ial 24 Hour Emergency Service GMCheck rA LRo P, .... L Jcou.clt Over 60 years serving the community we live in. Ben Sulser, District Manager Bossing Valley continued from page 8 1862. Adam moved from San Diego County to Arizona in 1863 and worked asa "freighter" until the Southern Pacific Railroad came to Yuma. He spent 13 years in that hot climate working the perfect job as an "iceman" for the railroad while homesteading along the Gila River, in Gila Valley, near Yuma. Arizona State University (ASU) records reveal his family as: wife Ursula G., sons; Jesus, Frank and Isaac C., daughters; Clara (Mrs. George Mize) and Ruth (Mrs. Frank Webster*). The ASU records also reveal that he was a guard at the Yuma Territorial Prison from December 13, 1876 to July 18, 1879 and again on April 7 1883. The prison is now a tourist attraction. Mr. Bossung died at his home on April 14, 1896 at the age of 64 and is buried in the Catholic Cemetery in Yuma, AZ. *Mr. Frank Webster is listed in the Great Register of Yuma County, A.T., for 1898 and described as 41 years old, born in New York and residing in Yuma, AZ. Looking back on the various records that I was able to find, I believe that we now have a very good and accurate look at Bossing Valley and Rancho Hamburg that tell a good pioneer story, what do you think? Bossing Valley (lower right) as mapped in 1856 Wear Costume, Win A Prize Make dinner plans for Romano's on Halloween night and dress it up in costume and win a dinner discount or any of the other prizes being awarded from Mom's Pies, Candied Apple Pastry or .The Julian Coffee House. All dinner guest will be eligible, but the costumed ones will win the treats, tricks to be announced. Costume contest will starts at 5:30 and go until closing. For reservations call (760)765 1003. This years Apple Days Festival started to live up to the promise that has been it's destiny. Good weather on Saturday encouraged the crowds to stay and play, and pick up a few items from the various food and trinket vendors. The most activity was at the games booths set up to keep the little ones busy. The petting zoo also made for some unique fun for those from the city that had never seen sheep or goats live and arms length away. Merchants Association President Tracy Turner was all smiles as she walked the grounds of Menghini Winery. Entertains