Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 20, 1908 · Page 2
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COVINAA City Among the Orange Groves j^ ^-/ •/-/••> / f' THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Js absolutely the most beautiful suburban tract on the market today. Kvery lot a bargain. TIIK COVINA VII.LA TRACT Is in the heart of Covina. Fronts on the electric line. Only 35 minutes from Los Angx'les. TIIIC COVINA VILLA TRACT Will be supplied with the purest mountain water, piped to every lot. Kiectric lights. Streets graded and oiled. Cement walks. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Combines every essential city convenience and coveted country corn- tort. High and Grammar Schools. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Prices range from $200 to $600 and can be bought on small payments. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Lots are the best investment od the^market today. They possess every element to insure profitable returns. We COVINA VILLA TRACT J. L. /VY/VTTHEWS ASQ ° ELNET J. B. COULSTON OWNFP , CHAS. NICHOLI OWNERS Lots $2OO and up Every Modern Improvement _J*' »«a Beaumotit Sales Report. Augurnoiitcu] by a stoutly influx of linnicHockerH from cnHtorn and southern HlutflH Uio HfiloH of iu:r('HK<J in Um Boaurnont; valley arc rcportm! to Inivn ruii(!>i(!il 8'1800 for tlio wwk. BiiHi- JIOHH and rrsidciicui jiropcrty in tlio townsito JH nluit aciivr, IIH oviditnccd liy Hovornl ruui'iil. SH!OH at. advancing raiiKiiiK from 100 pnr (Hint to f)00 per cent, t.lio liitl.er tl^uro liiivinn Imnn rotiordod in Uio tnuiHfor to MIN. (!. UCKHC of three lotH, 50x1 <1<I font., in J31o(!k H for 81000, wliioli mint tlio Hollor 8150 hist, Ortolan'. (J. I). Kom- IIIT ptiruliUNod a lot. for #150 IHHH than Hi.x'ty day-H t\m> and sold it last. \vculc_ to .liiiniiH H. Donlmm for 8:i()t). Anothnr rciiHNuriiiK plm-so of tlio Jioaimioiit. realty market is t'lirnisluul by I lie report uC I he Honiinionl. hand and \VaUir Company .showing sales of 8:15(1,00 for May, making a total in ilio nine months tlio properly 1ms lioon on the market nl' over i-i'JIlO, 000. Tlio (Company still has nuarly IjUtiO, 000 worth of unsold city lots and lioroa^o. (Ivor HO per cent ol I lie Hiile.s havo lieen made t.o icsidenlH nl' Los An; o i's and Southern Culitor nia oilies, which slious t.hiit, the pup illar tnuid of investment, is now |u ward ranch homes. Three new business eHtii a plumliin^ simp, and two Ktorcs opened their doors lust, week' iii Jieaumuiii. ( iiui. liarrolt 01' San Jifirnardinn hits nmt i acted IHr a moil cin (inlta^e smith lit' the il(<pui and plans for several other now liuildin^s are on I ho dralliii^' tallies of lucal archil eels. The liedlaiids and (Ink (ileiin rail way that is building to a point nine miles noi'lh ol licaumont has increns • •(I its construct ion lorce lo 'Jim men, and IIHH stirred up );ieat iiitei("-i in the extension of the line to (Jean ii'iint and canvassing for sulisidies to tmild a luaiicli has already been antively Settle-Eaton Nuptials. The inarria-xo of Mr. Watlor S forrnorly an employe of Warner, Thinks It Sovcd Mis Life. Lester M . Nelson, of Naples, M.tine, .say^ina rereii i i ..•Her; " I ha ve n.-.eil I'l. Kinn's Xesv liiicovcrv in:in\ years, Im Coughs am! c.ili!.-,, a ml I think it .-,.iv>>l my life. 1 have found it a ic.i.iblc iiin- cdv for tlli'oal ami ini i; cmMplaint^. an! \\oulil no uii.ie In- \vilh"iit a iioulc than I would lie without l»"il." l-Vr ne.nis forty y.-ais New l)i^,. -overv ha-, .-.I.,, .: ,1 . I he hi-. ul i I i h.ro.il ami In n;.; 1 1 n,. .'.•.••-.. Asa pli-ven lal: vi' ot JM ; e u in . . n i a . ami healer 1. 1 \vrak i iri L - it ha •> no , , | u.i '•. So!<l u nili i ^' ua i .1 n li->' at l '!.i [iji' - .::•.._ hi "iv. .-'oc. ,i ml '.- l.i-o. TM. ii t.,ii 1 1.- 1 1 ...-. 'l'llo| p "U^id.| ed \\liile I.lj.'h 111 e^'l."Ini setting, -fii per ion. !l. I., \\ai.l. I'hailcr Oak. 1'lu.ne 1'J'M. tt A Co., to Miaa Mabel Katon ol' Norvvalk, occurred on Wednesday, Mnno 10. : Wo (dip I ho i'ol lowing account, from tin! Norwalk (,'all: i Tlio ciliiirc.li wa.s liilod with tho many friends ol' tho two young poo- ]ile, who had come to witness their ceremony and In tiring Ihcii- good \V!H|IOH. | A Hinall reception to tho familioK 'and liridal party was hold later at the bride's Imme from which the lirido and groom loft for their honey moon trip. iMinid Daniel caught the bouquet which the bride threw just liot'oro leaving. 'l.'ho lirido wore a white dress of lirncadcd silk, made with a train and long veil, and carried while carna , I ions. The maid of honor wore a simple princess dress of cream Klmla cloth. Her lion<|iief was of pink carnal.ionH. TJu» hridesmaids were in pink and white dimity ami held shower nompn-ls of pink sweet peas. Tho groom and his attendants were | in black. The triends of I lie lirido ami urooin presented them with many beautiful and valuable gills. Mr. ami Mrs. Kettle will make their home in Hollywood u here they will be lit home to their friends after July first. (iralton's Vacation Tour.-;. All water trip to Alaska, fni.VJ mile-., 'J7 days, £175; all expenses included. Also 110 day trip via Yellowstone Park. Columbia Liver, and .' U et Sound to Alaska, £L!IJ. •_'T>', \ellouslone I'liik and return direct in day.-., )? lllT.Tr). All water Iriploj I'u^'et Sound and 10 chics, 15 days, S:i."i. l''or part icnlars of these grand personally conducted tri|is address; (ii at I oil's Tours, tio I S. Spring Si., l.o-i Alludes. It I llu- (iicen .\\arsluill Compaiu 's Talk on Paint. \\'e 111.1 Ilil t.U'llll e .tiiri'-.! evel V 1 hi n .; i u t he pa i ii I lint a ml L; ii.ir.-. i.'. < e . . \ ei \ a i 'liele. I'lire.-, eonsiy.:< nt v\ i i h ilie l,ll.l!l\\ Ot Illll' ^I'vllN. V. '.I ,\i.'i t;lul o-.ir M-i.--u-,| h.u-ii .-I; s.r.i -h .H.I! ,e.n c llil\l-(! jl.llllt.-- Ill W I II -.lie :': I (. . H. K >.-.! !ei '-^ p.tint am 1 . "...11 |'.'j>ii -'..-ie. Phoi.e No. -1. Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A. limited number of horses and stock rpreived for ousture. Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af oil Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave I J. \A/. KEENER Proprietor of the i COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone ,iO. Covina, Cnl. llib.ich, Coltli^O Dl l\ : . Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Comfortable Trip Via YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An iiK';il .uttiiio- in tlu- Sierras amid the o-ratuk-u^ of Yusetn- itk-. Cu^t i\-iiu.'eu t,. popular jiriv. - e>. Ample lintel ami hoard- l\>r Hv'lcet> aiul e,intK\".itin> see SOUTHERN PACIFIC or SANTA FE >''" ;iilili\---s H. H. Vincent, General At>«nt, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE ••••*••••••• Fine Builders' Hardware of all kinds, Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Gloves, House- Furnishing Goods. Potter's Hardware DEPOSIT MONEY YA/2TH /\GEINT BRING FRIENDS FROM THE EAST During March and April. Sec-md Class tickets will be sold at very low rates from Eastern points to Southern California. Fur instant e, from New York y.vU'in and ?5rt.OO; from Chicago r-irt.iiO; St. Louis *.o.5o; Kansas City i^o.(ti); (dnaha 3.10.<KI; Minneapolis and St. Paul £3o.75; Denver jod.(K); Salt Lake City £jt).0ii, and many other points at greatly rednceti rates. If desired, tickets will be furnished at any point east or north of Salt Lake City, in-the I'uited States, Canada or Europe, if money fur same be deposited with any agent of the Salt Lake Route. Pomona Offic'e is Nearest to Covina K<>r excellent -.--rviee, beautiful scenery. thr,-a^h sleeping cars from I hu-a^o. St. Louis St. I'.nil. Kansas City. Omalia. and Denver via Salt Lake Cny and the Sliort Line to Los A nj;ei«.s your friends slioiild travel VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE Subscribe for the Braus*

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