Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 29, 1908 · Page 6
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ORANGE AND LEMON $10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. 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 liolsa Colony, consisting of 20,000 acfv. 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 $10 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 t Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO .Didn't Pfease ih«'Critic. Whon Vordl was pulling the touches to "II Trovutoro" ho wns visited In his ntu<ly by a privileged frloml. The friend WUH ono of the nhlcHt living iniiKlcIniiH and critics. Ho wan permitted to look at, I ho Hcoro and run over the "anvil clioniH" on the pianoforte. "What do you think of IliatV" asked the master. "Trash!" said Hie connoisseur. Verdi rulilted his hands and chuckled, "Now, look at this and this," he said. "Uiilililsh!" salil fhe other, rolling n clgarotlu. Tin 1 rompoKer rose and embraeed him with a IturHt of Joy. "What do you ineiinV" asked the critic. "My dear frlond," cried Venll, "1 have been making a popular opera. In It I resolved to please everybody except the purists, the great judges, tin* classicists, like you. llnd I pleased you I Bhould have pleased no one else. What you say assures mo of success. In three months 'II Trovaloro' will ho tiling anil roared and whistled and Itur- rel organcd all over Italy."-Philadelphia Inquirer. The American Author. The chief thing In the average American novel Is the anni/.lng vitality of the author. Me writes ulways at the (op of his voice, Ills streniiiiusness Is unceasing. The reader can almost see (he swollen veins on his forehead, Iho tight drawn mouth ard (lashing eye. Jt IB do It or die. And he never knows where to slop. With his feverish mix- lety to make points he does not seem to real l/o when he has achieved his purpose and fivi|iiontly li/y.les out Ineffectively. lie has ideas. lie has vast ipiantilles of material. Me has a command of language, a fatal tlucm-y tlial fivi|iicnily leads lo hl.s downfall, for he larks a seii>e of values. Me lacks self restrain!. Me is full of tricks and artfulness, Inn he is not. an urlist. l.ond'in ,°aiurd;:y lieview. Well Preserved. "I (old Mi.-s Kno\ loila.v," said he, "that III,' ii.iU \vord that properly de- ficrllied \ on \. ;i- -pi ar'h ' " "Indeed".'" ivplii-d M;->-. I'nle "I sup pose she .-;nd .--niiip'i liin^; 'iv.il nice.' as usual V" "\\'ell. she -aid: '1 -.npp.»e (hat is the proper uni'd At ;ui, r.lle, she looks u.-ll [ifeserViVd ' " • I '1 1 1 ladelph 'a Bobby's Reason. I. Idle Molihy \\as s:i\im; hi- pra>,-rs It his mother's knee. Inn »> r.iphi:> that she a.-ki-d him \\liy li<' dhl Mot bpe.'ik ill'H't- -!o\\ \\ . "Hi'i-an-i-. ; "'i U :io>.v." In- rcpi!.-d. ' il \\ oiild l.e.-p :i !! I hi' ••>! li.-r . lni.livn u all- in;,'." i.jp|-ini''iM's. \V!h'll U.' :. .'...' ;i p.,.. !' _;•;,•.-•, Uf IV:ll- 1/1' I I,.. 1 |.i .•• -r I- l.'il.... :i i ;! ,\ h.-ll '.v.' Iii.-il.r i :•• !.id o:ii- \. !• :i .• • •'. I •.'•:..- I I in[ f'li'i- -i j'il is a matier •>[' i;j i(i:i.cU::il Property Owners Take Notice. twenty clients who have property unc] cash who wiiut ncroago, and grovos from 2 to 20 iicrim Liat your grovcu mid nurcugo with me, for SHJU or e.xchango. FRANK L. KKAKV f Room (i, Stant.on Bldg., PiiHadena. The Jumping Off Place. "Consumption had me in its (,'rasp; and I had almost reached the jumping oil" place when I was advised to try Dr. Kind's New Discovery; and I want to say right now, it saved my life. Improvement he^ati with the first bottle, and after taking one dozen hottles I was a well and hpppy man again," says (ieorge Moore, of Crrimes- land, N.C. As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer of weak, sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme. 5l.)c and 51.00 at Clapp's drug store. Trial bottle free. Schedule For lilectrlc Cars. Leave Covina Leave r,os Angeles 5:. si ) a. m. ll:4d 1-:SH p in. 2.IMI .1:0(1 i >:•!." a. in. ld:40 1 1 :50 1:00 p. 111. 2 :(in .1:10 4:05 4. SO pi. ni i VliTliRINARY SL'RGIiON DR. R. J. RAMAGl: Covina tDalley Savings $anh OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS A. P. Kerckhoff, President . H. M. Houser, Vice-President W. H. Holliday Marco H. Hellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Htitchhison, Jr., Cashier SUCCESSFUL er-SEND'FOR FREE CATAUHIUB POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN tir AT /-< • ,T A • t "i /-. ! • ' I PR'S Ffifi MAKPP Acme Roup Cure—SOc Postpaid W. M. Gnswolcl, Assistant Cashie; LEES EQQ MAKbR HENRy ALBER§ CQ ^ g ^ ^P ^ ANQELES -J* -* •« TKKATS AI,I. AMMA1.S .s.>l Si'. I,..-, A lit; I'U". Si., iii'M I.i Alex • and; ia Staldes. I.* >S A.\i;i'.l,KS l III'',-v I'iniiii- Hume !•'. .vi-1. I\V>. rtiune ^ Mail. r )\n2. I'alU liv K'h'iihmie ur let. j ' li'rday i.r night i-arofuilv attemled to- ' -4 CASH !•'..! yui |ii.'iH-itv. ro.tl i"»t.ite and hu>iin'ss I'll.111 or.-. .1 n \ tiling .-..ila- l>!f. S. .in.-'>nr. 11 .;iif\\ hei i' \saiit-i il at v •'.11' JM i.'i'. \\'i has >• tin' tn; v^'r . >r .'a n ',: n'M\ iiii.l him. \\'r .i!s.. «.mt tn HI-.O It •:',; it. \ rii !• •! .1. \\'.' I Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Estate The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing V # ^ .£ ^ Why Don't You Move to Covina? UOI.l.KN HI-XK rfTKKKT Covina 'oilers you homesites at reasonable tigures; miles of beautifully shaded streets; gas, electric lights and telephones grammar and'high schools in every particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to and from« L,OS' Angeles. Covina will givejyou mountain scenery that is a daily inspiration; a climate without frosts and unscaked by fogs; mountain and well water in abundance. lu--,ii!es .ill these ideal conditions in which to live, (.'ovina ollYrs the best chance to the •.nve^tor. the'!iu-,iness man, the agriculturist and horticulturist. \Vhv don't you come h.-n- and enjoy life? Tm-: AKUCS svii! be g ; ad to turntsh .in\M:ie inter.'>ted with further inlorm.ition. * * * & * * * * * * * * * * * * •i -t

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