Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 28, 1908 · Page 4
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ORANGE AND $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transporta tion to Eastern Markets. T I J Situated in the famous HiicsU-a Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tampico. the ra'pidly growing part of Mexico. Regular steamboat to and from property. In the U Uolsa Colony, consisting of 20,001) acres. A townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjmain-r al 3125 ti/$135 each, and a divisions 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 o-iven on t 500 acres arid up. Fine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to ° MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE service also subtracts of Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO ***************** *< ***** ****•*****. "»********•*»******•***»*** Beaumont Land Sales. KxtonmlvR sales of Beaumont lots and «orrj*gie havo been cuiwnmmated the pn«t weok, the toliil 42' acroH of grape ;md I'ruit Jimd nnd IHteeti residence mid huni SICBB I«(,H. Added stimulus 'ias hoon jjive.ii to the piitcliiiHo of Hnipe landH south of the- L'niLrnarl Htation by the tnminuiMiL'inont that the HiiporvinorH 'of KiverHide eranuty have ashed llio Lioaiiuioiil. Lund awil Water Compnuy to dedicate land fat the new tiotinly road, extending ciiuh and west f<ir iieiirly three miloH through their property Hiid adjoining «u tli« east with auotliw road leading to a tain «tiiH Hummor itiHort in the Han Janinlo nionnUiiiH, called Htrawhwrry valley. The company has acceded to the re <|W!Ht. of the HiiperviHOi'H HH it, i.s their Jlxed aim to aid in every way the good I'oadH movement that has made Kivernidc eounty famous for its lilgli- •svays. A lai'Ke crew of Southern I'acillo surveyors nn< now utiit.ioncd at. lieau- iiiont.and il in ninioriid that their •work concerns (hi 1 making nf final plans for addit ional terminals and new round house, plans for which Jinve already liecn made. An added enrollment of scholars is announced by the llcauinont '-clmol, due to the arrival ol many new home seeket-H, and the met chants all report, n hoas'llv increased business. .—•' A fjtory From India. An Indian inrivliaiit \vi>lii-.| to i|N jwts.' nf ;ll | ,,|,| (.|,.|i|i; m | and look il to •n fair. As sirni as lii> h:i'l arrlvivl hi> iiolu-i-l a man \\lin, \ullmn( savlnt; a word, .ln-uaii in \\all; ruiniil I lie animal, e\ainlnln- n al IIMII i \ i-l.i mi all .sides, The lllcivli.int l.rraliH' \iT.V all\iol|-!. f<M- hi' fraivd Ihr in ,u | K ,,| |',, m id out that his c|i-|ihaiii \\as in>| \\mili miirli. Hi- look him a^idi- and \\ Inspi-riMl in Ji?s car: "1 sci- a n^hnni'i 1 i-mninL,'. I»o not say a word iihiil I have sold Ihc licasl, and I \\ ill ^jvc .-, on .•>() rupees." Till- mail lunl rd ill the llier- cJiiuit .-ind wmideriii^lv i-cmiplieil with Ills reijnesf. It happem-il thai tlu» niNtiimer had more money tlian sense, so he was easily taken in \Vl.-n tho barKaln was eompleted and I lie ,>!«•- jihaat led away liy lt:< new owner, tho meivhant handed the fit I rupees to the H!h>nt man. saying: "Now 1 want you to tell me hnw you discovered tho ^efwt lu his left lei». I thought I had n>nt-e«!e«l It se. HkilUully." "I hav.« dl»covered not hi UK," n-|>lie,| the stran«er. "It let tht» IIi-Ht elephant I have ever ««en. and I wanted d. know which W«t» the head and which u as the tall." A New Building for San Bernardino Business College and Civil Service Institute. The Ran Bernardino Hoard of Trnrlc lit u Hpociiil mooting for the ptirpoNo liiot Mondiiy ni^ht iinnni- adopted tho ruport of its com- to rniao I80UU to puruhaNo u Hit<» for a new linilding for the Sun li(si iiurdlno DiiHiiu.'HH Collu^o and Civil Hoi vice InHlituUt. The uew c,olUig«> liuildiiiK i.s to lie a Hplendid throe atory hrick, HO by 120 funk, oontiiiK about 925,000 and in to be completed hi Aii^UHt. Thia will protmLly be the bast rommtircial Hchoul buildiiiK in tli* Weul, btiilt en- pecdally far Hnoh fiurpimeH. ThiH action on filie (mnt of tho board of trade intlicuteH HociiuthiitK "f tlin OHtcmn in which thin iiiHtitute in hold at home. Th« atlonduiiuo of the Hithool hitH iri(tr«aHed until Hti.di'iiln are unrolled fvom Ciinada to Mexico and most of the western HlatcH pnwent. quartern heiiiK nrow«J«ul till a new and larger building la an imperative tit'i;t>HHtty. Next year's at- teiidaiicc in «!.\p(>(<ti'd to be rum e tlian double that of the prcMenl. year. Twenty-einht stiidentH of thin school took the examinal ion held in San IWnardiiin Kriday t'ur ^ovi'i'ii- nii'iit HttinoHrapher; and u miu'h inrner number are preparing for the ne\t one. Those wishing to prepare for any line ot ^ovi'i ninenl MTV ice or commercial imrsnits shnul I call <m or write the abo\t> nchool, which is in session PJ months in the year for both iiersonal and mail courses. Best Hcdlcr in the World. Kev !•'. Sl.ubiitl of K.iM K'.ivinoiu. Maine, .s.i\s: "1 h.ive u-i'tl liiu klcn's! A I n:i',i S.il ve tor--.e ver.il v.ir-., on IP S' old .if my vvniind, and other oliitinatr | M.ili 1 -., and find il theliot hf.tier in ihei wt.rhl. Illicit ion with yre.it MICI-C- ' in my vi-tei in.ii y IHIMIU .->.>." 1'iico J I 'lapp'.i ill nj.; .^lore. The Oreoii-narshall Co. Pure Mixed I'aluts. Covina IDallcy Savings ffianh OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS A. P. KerckhofF, President H. M. Houscr, Vice-President W. H. Holliday Marco H. Hellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Mittchinson, Jr., Cashier W. M. Griswold, Assistant Cashie; Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Estate LEE'S EQQ MAKER SUCCESSFUL ^^ SEND FOR FREE CATALOQUK POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—50c Postpaid HENRY ALDERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing -*• Why Don't You Move to Covina? jj A* nd their lii^h urude varnishes wi II Hive satisfaction, even to the most .skeptical painter. Their mixed |'dints will stand this coast climate longer, ovvin^ to the lad that the (irccn Marshal! pure paints are com poued of pure white lend, pure oxide of y.ine, ground in pure linseed oil. 'l'het-e puinl.s and varnishes can IK* obtained here at the paint and paper utorw ot Air. C. 11. Kistku. * * **> HOI.I.KNHKCK STKKKT Covina olfers you hotnesites at reasonable figures; miles of beautifully shaded streets; gas, electric lights and telephones gratmutr and high sch >.>ls in every particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to 'and from Los Angeles. C )vitn will give you m uinum scenery that is a daily inspiration; a climate without frosts and unsoaked by fogs; mountain ami well water in abuu latice. Ik-sides all these ideal conditions in which to live, Covina offers the best chance to the investor, the business m in, the agriculturist and horticulturist. Why don't you come here and enjoy life? THE ARGUS will be g'ad^to furnish anyone interested with further information. HK * *

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