Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 23, 1908 · Page 7
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x GOVINA FURNITURE GO FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF .fURITOE or FLOOR (OVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE W. Q. CUSTEK, Manager Yosemlte Valley. Yscmito Valley is now ronchrrt daily after short, nnd plcnsnnt, tritp via Southern .Piuilfln to Mcrnod, Yo- HoniitP X'nllcy find 1'2 miles stage rido. Infornintinn may ho luul at Sou thorn I'aoifui ofHon. THE HIGH GRADE CITY DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES! Go Where Living is a Pleasure, Labor is Light, and a Good Income. Assured BEAUMONT OFFERS THE HOMESEEKER THE BEST OPPORTUNITY HE EVER HAD TO QUICKLY ACQUIRE A COMPETENCE 4,200 Acres in Beaumont, "The Garden Spot" of Riverside County, is Now Being Rapidly Taken by Homeseekers Here's n quartet of opportunities you will never equal Plum No. 1—Beautiful villa ranch of 4.6 acres, corner Palm Ave. and 14th St., with a total street frontage of about 1000 feet, nearly <300 feet of which is on Palm Boulevard, 140 feet wide, lined with 20-year-old palm trees. Domestic and irrigation water under 80 pounds pressure at property line; unobstructed view of snow-oapped mountains to north and south and buildings going up all around. Positively one of the finest Lome sites in Southern California, oue that would cost a fortune in Pasadena or Los Angeles, whereas you can buy this now for 81770, one- fourth cash, balance in two years. Don't let the suu go clown on your intention to investigate this offer. Plum No. ( 2—Here's another: 2.43 acres of rich grape land inside the townsite, a corner at the junction of two streets, with nearly 800 feet of frontage, equal to ] 2 full-sized lots. Price now only 82218.70 and it takes but 855 to swing the deal, balance two years at 6 p«r c^ut. Buying this land gives you the same chance for profit as acreage had in Riverside and Redlands 15 years ago. Plum No. 3—Bee ranches, apple raisers or poultry men, take uotice— This is your opportunity: 20 acres iu foothills, sloping gently to the south, giving best exposure, most healthful environment and grand scenic view ol mountains; soil deep, rich and productive, witb"spring on land; $50 an acre takes this and the laud will pay for itself after the initial payment o«! one-quarter cash. Plum No. 4—8590 buys one of the beat blocks of apple land • iti Beaumont, containing 7.3G acres, soil fertile, deep, mellow and productive, with water about 20 feet from the surface, so the roots of the trees can go down to drink, niinimi- zing the cost of irrigation and insur- iug thrifty trees. But best of all, this land is right in in the town- site, less than a half mile from the depot and has streets on three sides, giving an aggregate frontage of 1582 feet, making the coat per front foot less than 50c for a depth of 200 to 350 feet. Quick action will get it, for others know about it. $145 cash, balance iu two years, takes this plum. Above offers are subject to prior sale. First, como, flrut choice. ESTABLISH YOUR INDEPENDENCE AT BEAUMONT. Why work yourself to death trying to make a living? Go to Beaumont nnd get a ranch wlieio tho soil j.s fertile, water is khiR, thn climatn KU- porb and the future assured, lu'eincm- ber, land i.s tho IJUHJS of wealth. It \H getting scarcer all the time and cuii- ntly prioRR UK; going up. Bear in mind that early buyers in Beaumont participate in all the advantages and profits that, follow tho building of a new city. Dollars invested there now will do the same duty and produce the same immense results as in Los Angeles ten years ago. Our acreage in Beaumont is right on the Southern Pacific main line within fitteen minutes' walk of the business center, the schools and churches. Tbis means that ranchers. will come iu tor city property, just as in Kiverside and Redlauds, making their owners wealthy. Now when you know that 8200,000 worth of Beaumont property has been sold iu eight months; that the population has increased 25 per cent in three months; that GOO actual homeseeker.s have purchased land; that 03 buildings have been erected in ninety days; that gas mains are being laid iu the strents. a bank organized to open its doors very soon, and 880,000 of new business and residence structures going up, then you will realize how rapidly BeiMi~ mont is growing into a city '>nd how important it is for you to investigate Beaumnut first before wasting time iu traveling to less favored localities. Be you homeseeker, healthsfeeker, rancher, farmer, fruit raiser, poultry man, or if vou want a business open- JDK, a job or an investment, Beaumont is your Mecca. * Every claim made for Beaumont is substantial and face to face proofs of its irresislable progress aud wonderful building activity are furnished at our illustrated steieopticon lectures, held twice daily, at 2:30 antl 8 p.m., in our own lecture hall, 544 (South Broadway, Los Angeles. Come •.and see and hear the whole story-It will be nn eye-opener to you. Remember, we give awuy a complimentary round trip to Beaumont, including dinner, railroad fare arid auto rides, on Tuesday aud Friday nights of each week at the close of the lecture. Coupons entitling you to participate in tho distribution of these trips are given away at all lectures, so come sure. Our homeseekeis' excursions to Beaumont are tun every Sunday and Thursday and include a 102 mile railroad ride, dinner at Edinburgh Hotel, a flveltour carriage ride over the lands and return in observation car— all done in a day, reaching home at 7 p.m. Over 7000 persons have made tho trip. (Jo on our next excursion. Tickets at lecture's or by mail. Trains stop at Dolgeville, Alhnmbra, Ontario, Colton ari.i Keid- lands Junction to take on excnr- WALL PAPER BARGAINS There is a new wall paper store in Los Aiifoles where they sell H°"<1 WALL PAPER AT ?.c A" NULL and the assortment is Inrge. Fine i;ill papers at 5c a roll and the hrst embossed gold papers at '.'c a mil. The stock is all new and is the best quality We buy by ihe carload direct from the mills and that enables us to name the lowest prices. The licsl patterns of tin? best makers NKW YORK WALL PA PICK CO. Cor. Tonth and Main Sts., Phone K5141 Los Angeles KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WlfH Dr. King's rnn tff*&rmfM& PRIOR run 1-S. ^?X s5 * soo & $1.00, " w " %<fOP.lDS T»lai Bottlo Frnc AND ALL THRO AY AND LUNG TROUBLES. ni,miumanauiT««mBTMM»M>» i* n> mm** i w ;wp**mn»*mHttf GUABANl^Llf SAT145FAOTOKX Olv, HGWET:' Potrick: H. Tailly Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL 5IZE5 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 Postoffice Address, Covina Send thin to Rome friend who a hninc in Soul hern (,'iilitorniu. Cut nut ai;'l until this cnniinn. J, N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike aud 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 1 of purchasing a vehicle os an}' 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, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the East without change of can-i. Through the warmer climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '4 ( >, and across Great Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." D. B. SCIIKNCK, Agent. Covina Home phone 144 or G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone M; Sunset Main 70 Southern Pacific LOB Angeles Oflice, MX) S. Spring St., corner Sixth HKAi;.\IONT LAND k WA'I'KJi CO . 'J.'X Mcrcmuilc I'.'ai-o, I,..(:liir.- i:</'>in, r, II Hi.uth l;n,;;.|'.vay. l.'js Anxrli-s. Tulare County » Lands are selling more rapidly than at any time in the history of the state. Why? Because the land is /'me, 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 3000 cars of oranges will be shipped this season. The grape industry is one of the surest in- vestments of all, and peaches, apricots, prunes, ligs, olives and all small fruits grow to perfection. We have sold over ')00 acres of this land in the past two weeks. This shows how it is going. We have for this weuh one exceptional bargain. 1M) acres only .'•> miles from a good town, directly on the railroad. Kiiu- soil, no hard pan nor alkali, for only fri.rn her.-. Nsiin.; A. A. Neil [Istahli.-.Sic.'O Another Cniik- in t he (,!.adn la jura indii-,! i y, and it. er Factory in AUxicu. >, pi ohiit.le t hat a company will I.e I'uin.ed tu cany on the liUMiiei-^. .We clip th- Mm*,,:,. from the ,, j, ,,1;,,,,,,.,) ,„ ' MllM i,|, I., anehen ol Ja " M ' u ' iln " la: the (.nadulajara faclnry in M, xico A. A. Neil of crini.-Hllo, S'.iioia, .... , ,. , l.tl.y aud t,l her places, who M-'i'ijred a cciii eM-.i'.u h.r a crack-. _ . . fer fae.turv in (inailala.jai a in Octuhc-r, i i r . , , c l.,0,;, aui.ed here ll.i., ,eel: to ,„,,- !t kvCL\ied the Spot. CKtil with the .Mal.li-hiM-Ht. of tiie M,-. Iv Hun.p'in-v, u h,, ow „:, a lar^c 1-lant. lie .stale.-, thai machine! y kt . llC ,- ;il .,i,.ri:ai (Jn.e^a, ami i.-. li,r th-! t'iu:toj", ii iniw on I lie here tn.in < 'hii":^'., ai.d li.at ih jjlet e(l plant '.'. i'. I i :•) i i -"I. I li.i-nt "t iiliont .T"JI, ! \ '•';.' We Itavi- :,i-cii till"-,.- lati'1-1 and r;.n tell yon their qu:i!ilif%, or come anil go up tli'-n- v/ith ii'-, and sec for yoursc!!, <:••. t >/!' tin Arlaiii.i County TI-!> . ,.,,(,,. jiiiuni ( • i.. a •> wi-il :IM <^f the Home Ti-ii-- I'll' I!' * ... . ,! 1'ikr ( 'oil lit V, (J., VI \ -. of " Ui - st - I>r. K.n -•- .\ ,:•.••• f*isc«>v,:rv: "I. ^.,, . -' \i i< ,ivt I tliiiik it did. It Mr. Neil i.- now loi.k'i,n for u mil - - -<-ii.i<;'.. t< .<• ii ill..- r-t-ot th.. • \-< r; ui.lt -jle t.i Ihi cracker iacc ry. lie "'.'" '•'." v !'. i: .'-' !l ' ,. ••;»'-n .-v.-r , : hii.;: t->.|nel.- to j i]: eh ..-.<• land and iiect ;i .\i i. Nt ii i.- | r(.-.i(lent ' t I-a S. nor -.j,.'.i- . i '!.:•,.1'. iuii^-. un<i > in. -.t. N !< ,.,.-> v '. .',., tii- ci.nctn. ' [ i i .itiiiL' tin- : -"< ' - •'•" •••••'••<• at I F C.iipp'- f'i •" ' . ... ii .-.lor-. -•• a!,,i -li.i). Trial i.oU'.: In-.-. Ji, 1 ii,,.- ill el -ie|..ei i,: •',-. > J. 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