Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 6, 1908 · Page 7
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 7

Covina, California
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Saturday, June 6, 1908
Page 7
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TRV THE GOVINA FURNITURE GO FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF .FURNITURE or FLOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE W. Q. OUSTER, Manager Yosemlte Valley. Y'-semite Valley is now reached daily lifter short ntul i>lens;mt trip via Southern Pacihc to Merced. Yosctnitc Valley Railroad and 12 miles .stage ride, Inforttintion may bo had at Southern Pacific oflice. Garden Spot of Beaumont This Fitly Describes the New CHERRY VALLEY TRACT that is Now on the Market at Ground Floor Prices Cherry Valley Comprises 300 Acres of Virgin Fruit Land in the Heart of the Beaumont Valley- Over 5000 Feet of Laterals will be bsed to Irrigate these lands—Water Certificates Go with Purchases. Early buyers get first pick. Here is the Latest Beaumont News WALL PAPER BARGAINS There is a new wall paper store in 1*03 Angeles where they sell good WALL PAPKR AT 2c A" ROLL and the assortment is large. Fine gilt papers at So a roll and the best cni- hossed gold papers at <»c a roll. The stock is ali new and is the best quality We tiny by the carload direct from the mills and that enables us to name the lowest prices. \ The best patterns of the best makers NEW YORK WALL PAPKR CO. Cor. Tenth and Main Sts., Phone F5141 Los Angeles Cherry Valley, another new subdivision comprising over 300 acres of the finest irrigated frnit lands in Southern California, goes on the market Monday morning, May 25, at prices that will immediately stir responsive buyers to action. Again, the fact that the people are buying Beaumont lauds faster than any other seoUon in Southern California is conclusively demonstrated by the rapidity with whicli we have sold our other tracts and reached Cherry Valley. Sales are now 8220,000, are running over 81000 a day, and will be at the 8300,000 mark in less than GO days. Don't fail to get, into Cherry Valley at opening (ground floor) prices. LOCATION — The new Cherry Valley tract is actually the very heart of the Beaumont Valley, being situated midway between the Southern Pacific tracks on the south aud the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains on the north, only fifteen minutes away from the heart of the town. The tract is as even as a floor. It slopes about 100 feet to the mile from north to south, thus giving the most economical ' irrigation, for water at the high point will flow to all parts by gravity. SOIL—Rich, mellow and productive decomposed granite soil, and mixod with volcanic and leaf mould, giving the highest percentage of p.'ant 'nutriment. No alkali, hardpan or adobe or anything else that is detrimental to plant life. And best of all there isvPQ Uncnt^to the depth Tf the soil, which n*ot?*o'nly~~l»«ures great productivity and thrifty trees, but great longevity as well. Very old orchards and vineyards around on Cherry Valley are still showing the maximum frnit production. WATER—Cherry Valley is traversed by the main i magi ton lines of the Beaumont water system, which range in size from 8 to 13 inches in diameter. It is right under the brow of the foothills, where the water of two streams is diverted and is closest to the supply. Under the direction of Engineer Gervais Purcell, the well-known irrigation expert of Los Angeles, the tract is being piped with over 5000 feet of desirable laterals, so as to rench five or ten-acre pieces. Water certificates accompany purchases and water at Beaumont and particulary on the Cherry Valley tract will absolutely bo king. CROPS- Cherry Valley is at present covered with a wonderful crop of wheat. The grain \H four feet high and will produce over 850 an acre. Bear in mind this is without, irrigation and proves to the practical farmer how etrong arid fertile the soil really is. Cherry Valley |....o- tically adjoins on the east some of the finest cherry, almond, apricot and peach orchards in Beaumont, while to the north »re the apple ranches that have made Beaumont famous. Positively this Cherry Valley tract iu the best, apple, clu-.rry and pear land obtainable, and for grapes it is the peer of any other locality. ENVIRONMENTS —Imagine it you can'a tract of land situated on the south slope of a sunny mountain walled valley, surrounded on all sides by snow-capped, peaks and literally encompassed by orchards of great productivity, whose fruit-ladeu trees bear testimony of their money-making character — then you have the right idea of Cherry Valley. The elevation is 2750 feet above sea level or about 200 feet higher than the Beaumont depot, so that from Cherry Valley you overlook the entire town aud have an unobstructed view of the mountains and valleys for twenty miles around. For health the location is ideal, the air is laden with ozone and cornea pure aud refreshing from the snow-capped mountains. The water for the tract is melted snow from the manteled top of Old Mount Gniyhack, 11,325 feet high. Contains no impurities, is soft and palatable, rendering in unnecessary to buy Puritas at five gallons for 40c, as you have to do in Los Angeles. By cooperating with nature to the degree of planting vines aud trees on five acres of this land, you can be independent for life and lay the foundation not only for present prosperity but for future years, when gray hairs demand self-owned habitation. PRICE—Like all Beaumont land, Cherry Valley goes on the market at prices that will sell the tract out in a trice. Just think, you can have your pick uow at 140 per acre up, including water certificates, on very easy terms, so as to fit almost any pocketbook. If you buy the land and make the first payment you ought to be able to produce enough to take care of it from that time on. Our homseekers' excursions are run every Sunday and Thursday. Special ratea are made that include dinner and auto and carriage rides over the ground. The trip is made iu a day, is one of the most popular you ciui take and hus been patronized by over 8000 people. Get tickets for the next excursion at lectures. Send this to Home friend who wunts a California home. (JO TO BEAUMONT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Don't stand back and hesitate but ' go and Kee the Cherry Valley lands, investigate the water, soil and crop and bo convinced. So that every ; njiin can visit, Beaumont and nee thin , wonderful farming district face to face at very reasonable cost, this ; company makes special lund seekers' rates from all points and rebates to purchasers of 8100 worth of property or uioro, the fare from many nearby towns. These rates are made known on application and we invite cor- ren|jondance from interested persons who are seeking a home, ranch, business opening or piiKilimi. Fill out tho coupon below and mail today. Uoii'l put off one miiinti!. KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's Trial Buttle Free AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNtt TROUBLES. GTJAttANTEI3.U 8 ATISP ACTORS 1 OH, MONEY J.tEFUNDJBD. BEAUMONT LAND & WATEIt CO . 226 Mercantile I'lucc, Lc-cturf;-f<(Kini, 5-14 Smith Broadway. I.OH Ani?«IcM. f'lcasf nmil maim, price lists and facts al.i.ut Cherry Valley irri«ali'(i land*, aluo facts about Beaumont. Name • • - - Addri-c." IMPORTANT NOTE-V* hen in I,™ Angeles l.e nure U. corn daily at 2:i;0 and h p.m. at G-H South Broadway. (Covina A I'KIIH) llustrated lectures m:\ii twiv Summer Excursion Rates. Trior-iii^M/ml White Le^ioni CUUH Summer excursion rates to Pacific '<" «'•»"»•'• 8;i ^ r '««• "• *'<• Wi "' (1 Coast will be made from Eastern terri- ; <•'»'»'•'*' Oak ' 1J " fj "" **"• tf tury for coming season. Basis will be out- fare rate uf sixty rlolla/s from Annual Meeting. Missouri River: sixty-seven from St., 'j'u 'he ^...:l<hu:<l.-r.s ul the San <ia- Luiiis; sevei.i > -t.-, u fifty !'r nn,'o briel\'.,i!,y Milling ('oni|jari •-, : June first t., S-;.'ember thirtieth. Pl.-a-e lak- notice that th.r annual it' ^ ill ne. .•></!<! •>' or k I) < ikl er - lit the fur usual Ku^t 'i ni ml exci:r->i'ji.s J'uii Pacific O'ua^t , San Valley Milling ]ian y " 'il I.'- :ii-!'l at the ulin i- <,[ t | ;i i ,i.]i,i ii -, iii t In- city . ,| ( i.-vina. _ „ .. 1 ,< ,?> :\ i, s_ • I, ^ ( ' '' h t \ , (.a 11 f ur 11 i -i. • * n Tueiilay, Mi,- ninth 'lav 'it .Inn,-. 1'tu-,. The Cuviiiii. V.-'Icy Ra\ii|!/s Uank at2|. n,., t,,ri:.,- |,ur;. ,,•• ut rle,tm- offers you a hate iiiM-stiiit-i.i f',,r v 1 "' ' ^V* ' ^ '"'•', ; ' r,ii,-,,;i i,,i, ut idle t'ntnls. \Ve pay 1 per <•••!.;. ,',,,,,,. i',.j'. jr ,. t,,, ,;,,,->,i^' ' ' H ; art aii arcuimt luJav. J, i,. KATi'.KlX, Sec. Patrick. H. Cement Pipe flan uf act urer ALL SIZES 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, Covina J, 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. WP. 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, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the East without change of cars. Through the wanner climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '4'J, and across (Jreat Salt Lake— "going to sea on a train." D. B. SCIIENCK, Agent. Covina HiiiiK' phone, '144 or (i. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone ol; Sunset ^<iin TO Southern Pacific Los Oflice, M)() S. Spring St., corner Sixth lare County Lands are selling more rapidly than at any time in the history of the state. Why? Because the land is fine, 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 tliis season. The grape industry is one. of tin: surest in- vestments of all, and peaches, apricots, prunes, figs, olives and all small fruits grow to perfection. We have sold over MOD acres of this land in the past two weeks. Tin's shows how it is going. We have for this week one exceptional bargain. !M) acres only .} miles from a good town, directly on the railroad. KiiiL- soil, no hard pan nor alkali, for only $25 an Acre We have seen these lands and can tell you their qualities, or come and go up tin-re with us and ,ee lor yourself. Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS COVINA, CAL.

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