Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 14, 1908 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

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ORANGE AND LEMON • i • • • $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transpof ta< tion to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Ilucstcca V alley on water transportation of the Patiuca River to Tampico. the rapidly growing part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the f/a Holsa 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 acr<:s each at SI0 per acre. Terms, one third cash and balance in (> months and ') mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Kine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO ORDINANCE NO. 49. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE HOLDING OF A OKNKRAL MUNICIPAL HLKCT10N IN THK CITY OF COVINA, ON THH 1UTU DAY OF APRIL, 1008, Tho board of truHtooH of tho City of Covinn do ordain as follown, towit: Section 1. A general municipal election Hhall he held.in the-City of Covina by the duly qualltlcd electors of Hiiid city on the second Monday in April, to-\vit: April 13, 1908, at which there shall he elec.ted tho following municipal oMlem-H, to-wit: A (dork for the term of two yearn. A treiiHiirer for tho term of two ycai'H. A marshal for tho term of two yearn. od ouco in the Covina Argun, a HOWH- pnpor published weekly iu said City of Covhui, and by posting true copies of the aarno riot lorn than ton (10) dnyn before naid eleotion in three (!i) pnblic; places in naid city, and tho city clerk Hball certify to tho piiPHa^'O of tbiH ordinance, anrl shall euiine tho H/UDC to bo publiahed and powtod «H aforesaid, and this ordin- anco nhall take effect arid be in force upon and after its pasHa^e. I'aHHtul tlila 10th day of March, 1'JOH. E. II. LAHKK, Prowident of tho liourd of trustees! of this City ot CoviiiH. A. WAKNEK, city Clrek. Covina \Dallcy Savings 1Banh OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS A. P. Kerckhoff, President H. M. Houser, Vice-President W. H. Holliday Marco H. Hellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Htitchinson, Jr., Cashier W. M. Griswold, Assistant Cashie: Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Esta.te tier LEE'S EGO MAKER SUCCESSFUL POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—SOc Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANQELES The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing & 4* ^ Visitors at Biggins Ranch. Kx (lovernor W. T. Thornton and Section U. For tho purpose of wir » " r Nmv M"*i«", with Mr. J. W. thiH election thuhu-.irpi.rut.ul tm-ri- «'KKi»H ami family, came up from ton ,,f the City of Covina Hhall be ' '"* A» K «'lra in »n automobile and and IH hereby llxed ami desi«nated l "" l{ l "" t>tl »' tlu) hi»»lB«'»>» n-suienco as one municipal elccti.,,, precinct, on t he ranch on Friday and on Tuos and the ,,.dlinu pla,-e there,,!'.shall be ''''* M' 1 - Wallace Woodworlh and Mr. the, (lice of Fairly A Pollard, on Painter and some other parties, real the south side ,,t '11.1.1111.. street, 1 «)l) " ftl » l " " WII " r »'" 1 ''"I-Hal .sis, whose feet east of I he corner of Citrus live- i """"' H w " thl1 1|llt lt '"''"' NM "' l> v > M ««" rH i.ue and Hadillo M.ect, in said city. | ui "'" >"«««"" ""'"»' '""» f " n »- Kx Section:!. The membei'H ,,f tho < i'-ve, nor Thornton and Mr. hoard of election for conduct i,, K said »""' r "' H '" 1 hl Ul " H1 ""° ';''-* lu election are horeby .selected and Houri and are therefore old designated and appointed as lollnwH, to-wit : Two inspectors, A. M. Noy- inour and (i. 11. White; two judnos, W. II. Collins and \V. H. Hanson; two ballot. clerkH, Clnrenc»> AlliHon and K. P. Warner; who shall appor lion unions thcniHclvoH tho work and labor required to conduct Maid election, and they shall bo required to iinces in hiirtineNH as well usi politic*. Mr. Thornton is a lar^o owner of lands in New Mexico and Utah and own.s an elegant home and is located for the present in LOH Ani>tdvs. Card of 1 hunks. Why Don't You Move to Covina? keep but one poll list, and but one register, which shall be returned to tho city clerk as n pait of the olllcial returns, Section 1. On the day if frid electimi the polls shall lie uiteii<>d al six i (I i nYlock in the fureiniiin of hiiid day and shall remain and be kepi open until the hour «if live • •> ' o'clock on the afternoon of said day, ! fin: (Ireen-rlarshull ^° Mrtf. Irving Hurner and son Uol land wish to extend theii tlianks tt. their friends and neiuliborn who were so kind in presenting tho beaiititul tlnial utfeiiiiKs and extending their kindness in evi-ry manner during j the late bereavement of the death of husband and lather. Mixed Paints. at which la^t mentioned hour the polls must be ch>t!ud and said board t.f election duill thereupon proceed j nd their hi^h «iado varnishes will w ilh its duties. Svclion fi. Tin- coinpi-nsat ion each of the members ->f said board (-Iccthui is hereby ental.l ishoi and lixed at t,,o I i!i\e satisfaction, even to the ino^t f skeptical painter. Their mixed f paints will stand thi.s c-.aM climate llii'>r, owillli to the tlK-l tllill ihe * * Hf 4 iollais, in lull tor all (oven Marshall puiv paint.- a« services they shall pe; !'. I In ill the holding of i aid eleel ion. Section (I. Noiice of >uch . licii n f-bnll lie i.'iu u liv llii- city eli I i. 1 > cainin;.: tbi- ..idinance lo be pui^l-h lot-cil of pun- while lead, pure oxide • f /inc. Around in [ine lin-i-ed -it. I'h.-.-e (ainlM and vaini-'he^ ran I .• I taiiu d b.-ie al Ib.- paint and i .q -.-v -I, i,• . t Mi. ('. 11. hi-! I--:'. HDI.I.KNHKCK STKKKT l'.\)>-iai^o;l\v-s y > i h '. u.^it.'s :tt r easonablc ti^ures: miles of beautifully shaded streets; gas, electric lights and telephones 0^4 u nirj.ri I'Uu; 'i\c\\ > >'^ in e^e rv particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to and from Los Angeles. </;.7m i >v.'.: '^'../ .- v ) i :ii > J r. 11 ;i scenery that is a daily inspiration; a climate without frosts and unacaked by fogs; mountain ail ',v •'. 1 A- i'..-: i;i) r> i i U i • -. IJ...-sides all these idea! conditions in which to live, Covina offers the best chance to the PI ,-.,i)r, t.i -, , i ,i.i •-,, :u i.'.i, thj ai-Ticulturi>,t and horticulturist. Why don't you come here and enjoy life? THE A.RGUS w .;[ :, - . il't > i.i-.i >'i .i:U' !•.!.- intere->ted with further inf<;rm.aioii. -J i •!• 1 -i - fi f i "l *

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