Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 9, 1908 · Page 7
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TRY THE COVINA FURNITURECO. FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF fllRRITIM or FLOOR (OVKIIWS SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE W. O. CUSTE.R, Manager Poolcy'i (oviiu Nursceirs 1'lioice ferns ami potted plants, roses, carnations ,iinl other ornamental ttv-:» in season. SnleH yard, corner of Kir*t stree; and San llernardino KoaO.. Homeseekers' Opportunity BEAUWONT BEAUMONT LAND G- WATER COMPANY offers for ten days only, a ftrt city blocks of 16 lots, 56A110 feet each, n>ithin ten minutes' n>alk of ihc depot for $3.50 to $400 per block on 2 yeaas time. One lot ought to sell later tor the present price of on entire block. -• Attend our IIoMiesoekers' St'.-reopticoii Lecturer, held twice daily. 2:30 and M p.m. in our lecture liail, r.U S. Kroadway, Los Angeles, anil see the proof* ot I'.ean- in.nit's supremacy f»r investments, ranching and commercial pursuits. Von will never pet another chance like thiy: $350, payable one fourth cash and balance in two yews, buys, while they last, an Riitire city block, comprising 16 lots 5G\HO, with 20 foot alley, making nearly 4 acres of rich fruit laud, within ten minutes' walk of the depot in Beaumont, California, where the people are prosperous and the town is marching forward with irresistible progress. Where the main line of the Southern Pacific crosses the lands for over four miles and all trains stop--only 3 hours' ride to Los Angeles and 3 trains a day. Where two more railroads are headed, one of which, the Redlands and Oak Glenn, is reported to have deposited the bonds to build with the Title Insurance and Trust Company. Where the Southern Pacific expects to build a lop from Colton through San Bernariduo and Redlands to Beaumont, making a divisional point. Where more men are employed in proportion to the population than elsewhere at good wages ami environments prosperous. Where the farmers and gardeners, whose seasons never end, eat home grown June vegetables in January, and bask in midwinter's balmy air and glorious sunshine. Where the laud yield is enormous and the prices renumerative. Where something can be planted and harvested every month in the year. Where the country is advancing and pronerty values rapidly increasing, presenting the same opportunities for investment as in Redlands, Riverside and Monrovia ten years ago. Where the same land yields the substantiate of the temperate and the luxuries of the tropic zone. Where the farmer does not have to work hard six months in the year to raiae feed to keep his stock from dying during the winter, as they do in the North and Northwest. Where there are no aristocrats and people do not have to work hard to have plenty and go in the best of society. Whore the natives work loss and have more to show for what they can do than nny country in the United States. Where houses mid barns and fences can lie built for less than they coat elsewhere. Where sunstrokes and heat prostrations are unknown. Where suffereis from asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, hay fever and throat troubles find immediate relief and ultimate cure. Where, surrounded by fruits and vegetables which ripen every mouth in the year, the living is less ox- pensive by half than in Los Angeles. Where the water is pure, soft, and plentiful and the rainfall 215 per cent heavier than Los Angeles, a positive insurance against crop failure. Where the taxes are so low that the amount is never missed. Where there is a public school and churches of different denominations are plentiful. Where peace, plenty and good will- prevail. Where it is so healthy that there is but one physician and one undertaker, who, to make a living, supplements his income by other business. Write today for full particulars and beautiful views of Beaumont, or come to the illustrated storeopti- con lectures and learn to know face to face of Beaumont's supremacy for farming, fruit raising, commercial business or health, A complimentary round trip ticket to Beaumont is given away Tuesday and Friday night of each week at the close of the lectures; but no matter which lecture you attend, you receive a coupon entitling you to participate in the award of these free trips, so come Monday sure. The fact that Beaumont business lota can now be purchased on easy terms HB low as 8125 each, deserves your attention, and is an added inducement to accept our invitation to the lectures. Rich fruit lands, in parcels from 2 ,'o t.o 500 iu-.res, 10 minutes' walk from the center of town, right on railroad, at 885 an acre. (Jet full particulars by mail or at lectures, about our popular Thursday and Sunday excursions and rates. Send this to some friend of yours, who wants a homo or investment. Cut out and mail this coupon. BEAUMONT LAND & WATER CO., 226 Mercantile Place Lecture Room, 544 S. Broadway, Los Angeles Please mail maps, prices and facts about your Beaumont lands. Name Address .. Venice Chautaueiua. The iruinagKint'iit of the Venice (Jbautauqtm is lapidly completing their arrangements for their forthcoming summer session. Dr. Jordan of Stanford University, has arranged a most complete, dissertation mi Ichthyology. He in considered the ablest speaker in America on this subject. Prof. Augustus Murray, professor of (Jreek at Stanford, has a most e.\- tf.Titiive and comprehensive article on the historic cities ot (irceee, their temples, monuments and rtatnary. The art department, in charge of Hector Alliott, bids fair to become practically an art exhibit from the splendid maiorial which is being Iiir- nished by ih-'s.u who are interested in this work. 1'rot. Allictt v\ill al*o be the director ot line arts day and work in connection with the women's clubs nn tedhiation day. This section of the (,'hautuiii|ua work i.s to l,e tin- iii'.rt e< mj Irte an 1 practically e\eiv wemuir.i club in the MiUthern jait ••( the rtate l.a-j already ae -i-pn.1 tl:>- imitation f'-i theda.'.i de\"t''i to Ih'j wuik, ai;d will I.e pit-rent .'. il h li.eir ii iends. .Mil-lie ii beiliii cbii...lately Jirnuij..' (•el and I hi- en! ii i- l.i-toi ;> i,t n.nsic in S..n'Li rn ('.;) .t' .ri.ia i-. I • •lita i < \lev.ed. .Much MM -• i-, i.i-il,-' juid on tin- (.ligii.al ii.i;.-ic it li.t- .-'iai.i-.li an.! MeAH-.n .'ay, an-i early In.iiau the work. "The Lnve Loiters of a .Vlii'iician, " the most dainty bit of musical literary work arranged in yours, with nineteen music." 1 numberH descri[it i\ o of the (IfK-eii chapters, will be one of the pp'ii.ineiil, mu.-ieal mosaics i.-f the serie-i. Muna. i'lanel, of the I'n-nch Conservatory of Mii.-.ic in 1'nris iMid his charming w ife have In en seenn-d lor an evening of French compositions with expltuiitory notes phen in connec- ition with violin and piano numbers. I .._ j Property Owners Take Notice. I ; I have twenty clients who have j property and cash who v.ant acieaxe, and ^ro\ es from - to - 20 ; acres Li?-t your groves and aereaKi- ; with me, for sale or exchange. j FK.SNK L. KKAKV, 1,'fiom i), Stanton ]!ld«., i'a-adena. Stockholders' Meeting. ' At:> rno-,1. t '.i! o: i '.:-., :,, V. kr Ii ' it iCf t ll,l t I ill' .'I i. I, '!.'! ! M .i.'! i •, .'•. f'-i i.' .''ii ' in ii v, ill ii- ..';..-! in to-- ','.'•/.,i.- n'.-> l .11 i 11-.-i -.'-. 1.1 t..-- . ;! V ! i '.'. :i.;j. L'..-, A I,;.;. •!•', ('ill , . i :i': i!- .1 ..: ) . •, ii M ii.ii.i ', , ' if 2 •" 11. '.'-I t M.i , . i ' - . .r • >,-...',• I-: |/.in.. 1 ,, ' I,- ;i:;r;. —•• • : ••;••' Ii::/ Cii'i-. !•.: -. .11,<; !• i in . r-.:..'. ' i. i.A K A ,->. KA'I'K K ! .'-., WALL PAPER BARGAINS There is a new wall paper store in Los AijvHes where they sell ijood WALL 1'APKK AT 2e. A" K( >LL and the assortment is lan;e. Fine cilt papers at 5c a roll and the bent ein- nussccl f^'old papers at "e. a roll. The stock is ail new and is Ihe best quality We buy hy the e;n load diieoi from the mills ami t!ia'. enables u : , u> name t he lowest prices. . The best patterns of the best maVers XK\V YOK'K WALL I'Al'K.K ('. ). Cor. Tenth ami Main Sts., Phone Kfil-U I,os Angeles KILL,™*? COUGH AND CURE THE tUNCS WITH Pettrlck: H. Tolly Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZE5 AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoftice Address, Covinn ]. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at a reasonable cost to you. Wo. also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking of purchasing a vehicle os any kind we invite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogdcn Personally Conducted Tourist Excursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washing-Ion, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the lijast without change of cars. Through the warmer climate of the South, with its rice, and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of M'J, and across (ireat Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." I). 0. SCIIKNCK, Agent. Covina Home phone 144 or Ci. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone (>1; SiuiHCt Main 70 Southern Pacific Los Angeles Ofiice, <>00 S. Spring St., corner Sixth Tulare County Lands are selling more rapidly than at any time in the history of the state. Why? ISecause the land is line, the water pure and climate conditions unexcelled for the growing of fruits, vegetables and alfalfa. Tulare County raises the cleanest oranges and the earliest. Though young in development about .^000 cars of oranges will be shipped this season. The grape industry K one of tin- surest in- vestments of all, and pea-'lies. apricots, prunes, ligs, olives and all small fruit-, grow to perfection. We have sold over 'JMM acres of this land in the past two wccki. This shows liow it is going. \Vi- have for this wee!: one exceptional bargain. I'.O acres only A miles from a good town, directly on the. railroad. Fine ill il soii, no hard pan nor alkali, lor only $25 an Acre \\'<: have sect: tli<-.,< : lands and can tell you their qualities, or come and go up tij'-re with us and see lor yourself. Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS COVINA,CAl •4*

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