Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 1, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

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ORANGE AND LEMON r $10 per Acre and Cheap Transporta* tion to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Ifucstcca Valley on water transportation of the Pantica Kiver to Tampico, the rapidly growing- part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La Bolsa. Colony, consisting- of 20,000'acres. A town-site has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjoining- al $1^25 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at $10 per acre. Terms, one third cash and balance in (> months and 1 year; 2 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 L,, TAMPICO, MEXICO »••»+»•»•»» DANGEROUS FiSH. Ways of the Green Moray of Bermuda and the Devilfish. When one Hpeaks of dangerous fish the first that come to mind are the uhurk nnd the oetopUH. But neither of these IH really formidable to fishermen. The Hhark never attacks u boat and the octopus very rarely. A much worse creature than Hther Hhark or octopus Is the devilfish -a largo ray thnL Is common In the warm •waters of the Atlantic. This llsh grows to a weight of a ton and a half nnd, besides formidable teeth, Is armed with a horrible barbed and poisoned Kplko In the (all. H has often been known to attack boats. A lishlng party In a launch succeeded In harpooning one of these llsh In the bay known an Aransns Pass, Texas. The brute towed them eighteen miles out to Ben and very nearly upset the launch. It was twenty-live feet long and weighed ;!,OUU pounds. A very nasty customer Is the green inoray of Itermuda. This rather resembles a conger eel, but Is green 111 color mid Hiiviige beyond any llsh that swims. An Kngllsh marine ollieer, llsli- Ing off llermiida a year or two ago, hooked a large specimen and began to pull It In. Ills negro boalman, his eyes staring with fright, begged him s\ lldly to cut the line. The ollieer at lirst refused, but when he HIIW the llsh turn on itself ami with a crunch of saw edged teeth bite a large piece out of Its own body he came to the conclusion that U was not a nice thing to have In a small boat. The swordlish Is a dangerous creature. Swordllsh are caught for the sake of their oil ami flesh, especially along the Atlantic coast of the United Sillies. They are harpooned lu the name manner in which whales used to be killed. i.Miiet enough until attacked, the swordlish then seems to g" ravine mad and lights \\ilh unmatched ferocity.- London An.-.'.s er>. Hindoo First Slept, In English. A naln e had been eair.;!il al t '.lieiil J.i sealing the u all 01' Hie pivmi ••.•-, ;nl'i j'ie eompDimd of No. ;i, <'h'PU r.nulii. tin >sei| ill a . oinpli'ic Mill . pf i:uro|..-.iu dollies. The man had mi the pie\i.»is evening coliceaieil himself inMde a bhop and had emplo.\etl hi-> lime till morning in titling himself with a eo:n plelc suit i/l' clothes, ineluiliuji' a while shirt, v, illi siuds and liuU^. it vd tie, carefully put on; bl.uk so. ks, a pair of boots, a \\aleh and eha:n, handkeivh vf i.nd e\en a poel-.fl knife, uilli a straw hat and i-'llek Me e\eu Well! lilt.' len^lh "f 'Anting iiK ii.tine inside tbt' hat. < >;i b.'.'in^ eaiulil he said he i\anted lo learn Knijiisli and a- a preiim- inary step Ihoii^hi u be>i luilie-^ him Keif in sahib's clolhea Houjbav ilndl.n Notice of Sale of Real Estate. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles. In the matter of the estate of John O. Cauldin, deceased. To all interested in the above entitled matter: You will please tako notice that, in accordance with an order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles Comity, State of California, dated the 21st da'y of May, l')07, certain real estate belonging' to the above entitled estate ami described as follows, to-wit: An undetermined interest in Lot number o, ISIock number 11 of the City of Covina, California, will be sold at private sa[e at the office of the undersigned, (ieo. \ 4 . Sanders, attorney for the ad- ministratrix, 32.T Wilcox building, Los Angeles, California, on or after the lirst day of February, 1'>OH. To be sold to the highest bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, ami subject to the continuation of said Superior Court. (Jeo. L. Sanders, attorney for ad- ministratrix. DKLINQUKNT NOT1CK. i Co\ ina i iarage mid Machine Shop .\SMoeiiition, locution of principal plat'e of business, Ciivina. ('ill ifornia. There is dtdinipicnt, on the fol i lowing described stock on account of ' a.sscH-iment, Icviod on I Jen. It), l'.M)7, (lie several lunountH set opi^mitn tho | names of the respective shareholders as fid lows : (.). Wright, 4 tihun'H, amount $10. And in iiccorduticn with law and an order of the board of directors, made on Duo. 1(1, 11(07, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will bo sold at. public ant- lion on the ,'lid day of February, ll'llrt, at the hour of '1 o'clock p.m., to pay said delimpient assessment thereon, together with the cosl of advertising expenses of Mile. I) M. ( !l VKN, Secretary t Mllce uf the ussoeiiition ..n Citrus a \ el i lie, t'. p\ i na, ( 'al. Covina \Dalley Savings IBank OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS A. P. Kerckhoff, President H. M. Houser, Vice-President \V. H. Holliday Marco H. Hellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Hutchinson, Jr., Cashier W. M. Griswold, Assistant Cashie. Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Estate -** -*» **« •*?* •$«. -* * -$« «•*« -*• I he (ireeii-nar.sluill Co. I'ure YiUcil faints. i and their high guide \ainlshe-, \\ill : gi\ e .-al isfact ii.n, e\vn to the im M .skeptieal painter. Their mi\e«l I amis will stand this COUM climate h'liiVT, "-.sing to the fact thai the (ii. en Marshall pure pnint.s are cum po.-i'd ut pure while lend, pure u\i<ie ; nt /.illf, LMuimd in pure linseed nil. The.-e paints ami \arnishes Can if ! ol'taiiiei) hele at the painl and pap' - r ! .s|,,iv .1 Mr. t 1 . 11. Killer. i Haled .tltalla at J. 11. Matthews', "* SUCCESSFUL SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE POULTRY RAISERS USB LEE'S EGG MAKER Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—SOc Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. 4 LOS ANGELES The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing 4- Why Don't You Move to Covina? * * * & * * & * Ur, 44 HiiI.I.KMilXK STKliliT C't'viiiii olfors jVnii htniu'sitcs :it rcusoiialiii: tiovtros; miles ot iicaiittfullV sliailcil streets; ira>, electric lig'hts aucl, tclejjhones; ijTaiuiiiar atul liii^h sclii»t)U in cvcrv particular almvc criticism: electric and steam transportation to and from- Los 'Angeles. Covina will oivc-jvoii mountain scenery that is a dailv inspiration; a climate without frosts and unstaked by fog's; mountain atul well water in abundance. Besides ail these ideal conditions in which to live, Covina oilers the best chance to the investor, the«bii-jinc->.-> m.ui, the ao'nculturist aiul horticulturist. Wl;\~ don't you Come lu-ri.- an^i enjoy life? THK A will be ii''ad to turiush ativ\>ne intero->tcd with lurlher iiitorniatton. -f • •t* * t

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