WERE BATS THE LAST RESIDENTS OF THE WILDOMAR HOTEL

Press and Horticulturist – Aug 15, 1902
(Regular Correspondence of the Press.) Wildomar Aug.12 –
A group of men are down from Rialto engaged at work here. They are taking down the big hotel, which will be taken to that place and several small houses made of it for renting.
B. F. Taylor of Rialto has purchased the Wildomar Hotel of C. H. Lewis, consideration $500. Mr. Tayor secures a bargain in this purchase.
C. H. Lewis of Riverside, Wildomar’s former millionaire, is in town today, looking after his large real estate interest here.
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Press and Horticulturist – Aug 22, 1902
Wildomar August 19. –
The back part of our big hotel is now taken down and is being loaded on the cars today for Rialto. The front part will not be removed for some time yet.
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Press and Horticulturist – Sep 9, 1902
(Regular Correspondence Daily Press) Wildomar, Sept. 18 –
Bats are a great nuisance in some of the houses here. They are pretty hard to get rid of, too. The old hotel was headquarters for them.
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Press and Horticulturist – Oct 31, 1902
Mr. Taylor is down from Rialto for another load of laths.
Our fine large hotel and beautiful flowers surrounding it, will soon be but a memory of our oldest inhabitant
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Press and Horticulturist – May 29, 1903
Wildomar, June 17, 1903
B.F. TAYLOR and his wife from Rialto came down on Saturday’s train to finish taking down the hotel.
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