Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 22, 1908 · Page 4
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ORANGE AND LEMON i $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. v ! Situated in the famous Huesteca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River 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 townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjoining al $125 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at $1.0 per acre. Terms, one third cash and balance in 6 months and ') mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or * MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO v I Power of Habit. The powup of hnblt was Htrlkln#ly llltJHtraUKl not Ion*,' a«o In a Hhlrl: wnlHt factory. Ono woman who had dono nothing hut HOW up this HOHIIIH of Kh.'ijvt'H for four yours WIIH tnkon (iff that particular job and was asked In run up w.'iiniH In tho body of tin.- wiilnlH. She coinplalnod (hat the ohiuitfo nin<l<! her HO iiorvouu Hint sin- could not work. "Hut what Is the dllTci'cncc?" uskcd (ho foronnin. "TlnMV Is nothing l»nl a Htralghl Komi lion*, Just the HIIIIX: as you have Ix-on used lo." "I know," replied the woman with Iruo f.'iiilnlno logic, "but. It Isn't uleovi'M." And It: did Indeed prove to lie n fact Unit owing to her four years of steady work on sleeves It look her fully that ninny weeks to overcome her nervousness sulllclenlly to run (ho machine at her accustomed speed when sewing another purl of the waist.- Exchange. Amended. A Pennsylvania dl\ iue formed one of a house parly l:i Philadelphia where the younger son, In accordance with what the clergyman observed to be Ills constant habit, as soon as he bad seat ed himself a I. breakfast Immediately possessed himself of a large sll<-o of bread, the quality of which he proceeded to test by a liberal mouthful. The minister, a stickler In such mat ters of propriety, ga/.ed blandly ill him for a moment or so; then lie folded his hands and closed his eyes in preparation for grace. "For what we are about |» receive," lie Intoned, wltli painful emphasis, "and for what our young friend has already ivceived, Lord, make MS truly thankful."- Harper's \VeeUy. Tho Greed For Gold. "It's a deplorable Ibiim, Ibis m'ecd for gold," said the mournful person. "Of course," ansucivd Mr. Skills Murker. "If die greed for u-ol,| uere not. so geiieial \ .Hi and I Inkli! hat e a chance !o ;_.|'l -nine ll'-i a case of too many | ].le ivi-.>-.;ni/ii|..; a ::.>..,! thing and lr\ in- |.> L ci in on It." \\'ashlnglon Siar. Phenomenon E x plained. A comparalh el\ \.nin- man u Si^- muMache remained jet black ulnlc die hair on his head in rued u bile e\p!am fil Hie plienomeiion b\ saving il \\a> becailM. 1 Ilia lips rli.|o\ i-il a ! i I lie j.;o. nl things of life and his head hail I. MII fer all (he trouble.-.. \e\\ Y"i'l. Sun The Stranyc Part. "Isn't ii. stranue ili.il ^o \,-\\ ;,,,•!, tUsoi\ er I !i.. -c< : .-i ..|' >i;,-,•<••*-, m ':' .• "Ves but it's sii a'u.-r >ii., ||,.,i i>,.. M-l-l rl I.-, ..| j,; a - ••'!.-! S.l:v. \ -in,ie ..' 1 he In.-!! u h-. d i- • • c ,.. ,-d i i in i|-.; !. i . , • told it |., |i,,. : . u . ,, , " I'r.i,.,,|,•:i'!i,.; i'lc--. Property Owners Take Notice. 1 have twenty ollontfl who have property and cash who want aoroano, and grovoH from 2 to 21) ar.i'UB List your groves and a<:reage willi mi 1 , for sale or o.xc.hango. FKANK L. KKAKY, Kooni (!, Stimton JJIdg., Pamidenu. ;NT NOTION. Ofllcii of tho I'YoHfleHS Holt \Vntor Company, location of iirinoiiml place of ImsinitsH, Sun DimiiH, Loa Angeles county, California. Thoro <ir« (]olini|tiuiit on tho follow- ,iriK flPHcrilxtil Htock on account, of assessment, levied on ThurHday, Jan. '2, 100H, tJiii several amoiint,H HO I. op posito the names of the roHpcctivo stockholders as follows: J. N. Crane, (i(i- ;) Hliari)H, A int. $(!(!. I!*! J.W. Onun', U'l' : , shares, Aint.UUII. lilt. Mniost. Fvichlcr, Ull'., shares, SIIII. Itfl. And in ni'cord will) ln\v and an order of the hoard of directors maili< on the Meeond day of January, 1 !I()H, so many dhnies of eiich parrid of Hin'h .slock as may lie niM.'i!«,sary will he HO|>| at pnli lie niicliou on Ihr 'J 11 h day of Kclini- ar.v, liMlS, at (lie hour of 'l p. m. of said day tin pay tho il<>lini|iinnt us sessinent thenioii, to^nther \\ilh the costs of advertisiiiK and expense of .sale. II. M. (HVKN. Secretary. Schedule Tor lilectrlc Curs. l.cavr I,os An^oK's l.oavi' I'ovina .^:.->'> *. in. 5:SO a. in. Covina IDalley Savings Banh OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS A. P. KcrckhofF, President H. M. Houser, Vice-President W. H. Hullidity Marco H. Ilellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Uutchinson, Jr., Cashier W. M. Griswold, Assistant Cashie; Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Estate SUCCESSFUL -SEND FOR FREE CATALOOUB LEE'S EQQ MAKER POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure — 50c Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing 4* Why Don't You Move to Covina? * *«• * * H: 111 •>;JO 10:30 11 : +U U!:50 Id: 10 CASH -« * * * * •i Ml I-'..r N..nr proper! v, real ~^s i->'ali' ami liii-.inc- i'lia Her-,, aiivtliin; ->ai. y..ni pi'ii'e. \\'e have Uic Inn er or ran ipiu'Ulv tiinl him. \\'c a l-io \\ant to li'-.ir li'..m iiivi-iiion. \\'r i',in iii'i \\'l ill' U> I . .il.l V. A N( ,l.l.l-> INN'KN'I'h ! N V I .:V1M i;\T t i • liOI.I.KNHl-X'K STKICKT C\)vin;t oilers 'you hotiic^itos at roasonahlo figures; miles of beautifully shaded streets; yas, electric lights and tele phones t[L\m.;p..-ii- ami l\i^\\ schools in every particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to and frorm Los.'Angeles. Coviua will ^tvejvou inoiintani scenery that U a daily inspiration; a climate without iro>ts and unsraked by fogs; mountain and we!! water in atnuii'.ance. lie>iili> all thes,.- ideal conditions in which to !i\\-, Covina offers the best chance to the investor. vlu''buMtK-s~, ni.i:i, tho a o TU uhun^t and h-irticulturi-t. Why don't you conic here and enjoy life? Tin-: Ai<i.rs wil! be v' ! aii to iuni:>h ,t;iv .;!•• interest.-d \vuii :urt!ier ini'.iriiiation. .¥, -v .f *, ., .y .y .i i t ' i i ( i i -i i •f -t T -i -I 'I 'f -trl^ 1 "I -^ -fr •i»

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