Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 28, 1907 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, December 28, 1907
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COVINA A City Among the Orange Groves THE COVINA VILf.A TRACT Is absolutely the most beautiful suburban tract on the market today, JCvery lot a bargain. '- u - plectric line. Only 35 THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Combines every essential city convenience and coveted country]com- lort. High and Grammar Schools. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Prices range from $200 to $600 and can be bought on small payments. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Lots are the best investment on the market today. They possess every, element to insure profitable returns. COVINA VILLA J. L./VIATTHEWS $2OQ and TRACT SOLE AGENT J. B. COULSTON n , MCn CHAS.NICHOLI OWNE « S up Every Modern Improvement >. J 7* ~ Covinaites Interested In Beaumont. A Itu-tfc party from Coviim journeyed to Beiimnoiit, Kivorsido (ujiinty, Inst Sunday on a Hpooiul train ox- ouraion Kiven by Uio JJoautnont, Land mid Wutor Company, who own l()f)0 aorcH of laud, and whiuh in caid to bo admirably adapted l,o tho raiHiiiK of apples and ol.her dc-oiduoiiH fniitH. L. H. Houthor WIIH tho priinn movor in the trip and other* who wont included Mr. and Mra. A. (j. Smith, Mr. and Mr«. F. A. KoinicarHi Mr. and Miu J. C. Nalo, Jud K «j Mni-HlmJl and wife, W. O. ||. Urow, Mr. and MI-H. W. H. Potler, Martin J-'oHlor, C. H. Kintlor, ,J. Jj. \ MW b, L. H. Mohnort, R W. Smith, W. A. Layman and II. M. Friodinau. Tho party way mol, hy ProHJdont C. JJ. Kyor of tho JJcauinont Lanrl and Wator Company, with aiitomo- biloH and oarriiiKOH, and after an liour'H drive over tlio townHile, dinnor waH Horvcd at tho 10dinl)iir«li H,,Uil by "Mine Host" Oavid (Joohrauo, w)ao for twonty-flvo yearn oondimtiul tho Holyrood Hotol at RivorHido, but iw now ono of tho lnr«o [.roporty lioldors at Unaiunonl, So fnvorahly woro tho viHitors imniTHHod with (lon- dilioiiN in IJwiiiinont thai, PIIRI|IIIHPH UKKreKiitiiiK over 811000 woro mrnln by L. II. Konthor, Mr.Hoimi>arHiind A. H Smith. Tho fertility «,f th<. land* WIIH proven to |ho ontiro Hiitisfiuilinn of tho huyoi-N, and it JH now a known /not that tlio llndiiitf of water in i wollH north and muitli of town han doinoiiHtratod tho oviHtonoo of u Kroat undoiKround htiHin, whinJi with tho present How in Littlo Kan (lor gonio orook and Noble uniok, i H amply HiiHldiont to meet jireHunt and future doinandH, .In Hpoakinj? of the Hidmtion at lieaumont, Mr. Souther mud : "At its present Hln^o ot dovolnp. /iiout, Hfiauniont roiuindn me of Covina and (ilendora when they were in their Hwuddliug dlotlu-a tun years ««<', for the natural (Miidition« at lieaumont are moat oxuidliml and tho prioo at wliinh property IH IHUDK uU'ered fiitioint,'. Tn heo J<,t.s «(Jxl(iU on Htreeta 80 feet wide, with 120 fo(jt alleyw aii(i water piped under prestiuro to the Jot lino will pull money out of any di.-icerninn man's pocket, while thu li\e aere pieeey in tii,. townsito wiUi water I'iKhta and beautitul trees at fH7fj certainly J,,ok like a «o,, ( i m vi.'Htnient. "1 have invetited in about hi.\ acres of grape land, adjoining (I,,, iown>,it,. «U thi), and am satisfied uiiii the. price I pi,id and the ijualily ,,fl the land, foi it j y c j obc . l(J tilL , | Houthorn PnoiMo tmd witliin Jlftoni mimitoH 1 wnlk of tho depot. lj fuel-., all of tho Inn.lH I saw impress^ inn IIH biihiK very ftirtilo and ,,rc neai to tho center of town, which i.s i flint Unit cannot ho overlooked. " Another oxoiirHJon will bo run from Covina Thiuwhiy, Dye. ;>(;. a i 81 for Lite round trip, tlio train arriving about !):;)(). ,S}ju will KO .Sunday, Deo. 'Jo, Hcbediilo urn! at HJI,,IO trip. Application)) are Mi. Souther for tickets «ml IIH tho number in limited to actually j,,t ur . tiHtml homo Hookorn and land bnyern, mich pormuiH urn mnH-Htod to wpwik tuirly for their tnuiHpnrtation an traiiiH nro nearly nlwayn oversold - Adv. • ,,„ Hamu prkm for tho nm( ] ti Assessment Notice. „ Columbia I,am! & Water Company location of principal place of Business, Covina, California. Notice Is hereby K ivcn t |, at a( u _ 11 ar met-tintf of the hoard of director* ol the Uihimbia Land A Water Com- •pany, held oil' December l )th, 1 1 M>7 atl assessment of ,SO(I cents per share was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in lawful money of the .United States of America to the secretary of the coi- poration at his offlee in Covina, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Htli day of January, l'X)H, will be delinquent and advertised for public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 29th dav of January, 1WH, at 8 p. ,„., to pay the cuM of advertising and expense of t,ale. J. II MATTHKWS, Secretary. Oilice of company on Uadillo street, Covina, N. 11. This assessment is for con- Mrnclion work on old well. I Mr. New Resident: Before you open your bank account in Covina come and see us. We can offer you every convenience and accommodation that safe badkiug- will allow. Covina National Bank J. B. COULSTON, Pres. DR. J. D. REED, Vice-Pres V. O. ENGLISH, Cashier niKIJCTOKS Df< J -(?'H 'white "j L H *?T W ' S —1 Fesler __..v.o.E U ^ h . ^.^aa Ma^-sr We pay 4 per cent interest on term deposits in our United States Savings Bank We are new here ourselves and are here to stay and~we believe that Covina is the coming- city of the San Gabriel valley and are anxious to do oer part to make it M,. If vou don t want to. open a bank account now, come in and tfe , acquainted anyway. ^^^AAA^AAA^^^^A/VVX^»VA,»VS*WS*S<N^^A^^V«MV^ EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE Fine Builders' Hardware of all kinds, Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Gloves, House- Furnishing Goods. Potter's Hardware I. N, WILSON The Blacksmith . Wiffl* ••<'$>» Ira .nt we r-i» ,n s r in s Assessment Notice. Covina (iarajje ami Machine Shop Association, location of principal placf of business, Covina, California. Notice is hereby tfiven that at a reu- ular meeting of the boanl f .lirectors )t the Tovina liarage A Machine Shop Association, hekl on Dei ember 10th l''l.,,an assessment of 2.SO cents per .-.hare was levied on the capaal stock of the association, payable immediately m l.uvtul money of the I'nitecl States of America, to tin- secretary of the Association at his oliicc in Covina i aliroriiia. | Any stock upon which this assess-i ment shall remain unp.ud „,, the l.ith i o-iy ot .lanuarv, l'\W. -,-vill !K iiclin-• ijnent and ,id\-t-rliseil l;.r pul j I be iblic .tuc- made bc- 'I d.iv of expense of Jyiv. will l-vbriiary, 1'Mi,. . lt co-<t of advcrtiMii sale. H. M. UfVKX, Sco.-tary < 'Mice of tl, L . association on Citrus avenue, Covina, California. With the most skillful mechanics and the best e do your work in the most workmanlike and best n time and at a reasonable cost to you. Wi> also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, gto^ 1 ;;^ will guarantee you a s,uare deal and save you a few dollars besides H. Tally Cement Pipe fianufacturer ALL 517J:S AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates Furnished All Work Guaranteed Yards, Ax.usa Avenue, j u ,t I1( ,rtb of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 324') n> , ,v . ,, , i Obtolnce Address, Covina ON SALE DEC. 26-27-28 from all Stations San Bernardino to Los Ang-eles/ Rate $60.00, round trip to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Return in 30 days Jno. J. Ford Agent Pomona, Cal. $50 mm Kates from Stations South of Lcs Angeles slightly higher. See Salt J r ak<- Route Agents for full particulars, or apply to T. F. Bowers, IJist. I ass. Agent, GUI So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. THROUGH SLEEPERS via SALT LALE ROUTE r i- |a a a t Subscribe for the Br0u$.

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