Covina Argus from Covina, California on August 15, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina, California
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Saturday, August 15, 1908
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ORA AND LEMON $10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Hucstcca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tampico, the rapidly growing- part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La Bolsa Colony, consisting of 20,000 acres. A townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjoining al $125 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at $10 per acre. Terms, one-third cash and balance m 6 months and 9 mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. P"or further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO SOUTHERN PACIFIC INSTRUCTION CAR. The Southern Pacific IH operating an inHtructlon car over the entire route of Its Pacific system, being In charge of 11 corpH of export lecturers, for the purpose of explaining to ompIoyoH more thoroughly Ihe theory and practice; of railroading, particularly In Its relation to accidents. The llarrlman MUCK have spent several million dollars for Improved block Hignal safely systems In the last, few yearn, and, Indeed, Ihe Union I'acillc and Southern Pacific have more mllf each station to examine and instruct railroad telegraph operators, and at yard terminals the school sessions are held In the forenoon and afternoon. This work Is entirely In addition to the ordinary examinations given em- ployes before they enter the service, while the public's chief Interest la In the fact that It makes the men more competent through advanced knowledge. Yet it has a great Interest for Ihe men, also, in that II enables those desirous of Increasing their knowledge and bettering themselves to gain ea- ABIAL W. CUSHMAN. Another "id soldier of America's pacity and therefore stand belter age protected "by" "t "he 'latest "improved <'>»'" ( '" "' «"'» "' !'«'»!' Inn. biock system than any other three large railway systems of the country combined. With these devices comes the necessity for increased education j historic struggle has answered the of the men, and the company, through reveille for the (in-at Alignment, a (raveling school, is endeavoring tn j where the majority of his army help them gain the necessary Insiruc- aw aiicd him, in (he person of Ablal lion. j \v. ciiwhman. who died ill (lie Piicitlc Tin- car is in charge of \V. Nichols, ; | 1( ,s|)ital, In Los Angeles, al \:'\o a. ru. who Is lecturer for the department of ,,,, | M(l < lt |, () f .\iignsi, after a lingering insli'iieiion for dispatchers. \\'llli him ; ||| )U , SH| caused by a cancerous growth ure associated \V. II. I'll is of Oakland ; ltl ,(,,. alidomen. His age was ('.!» and ,1. S. .Moore of Kresno, who In- J V( ,,,,. s t m(m ilis and :!7 days. Mr. WHAT WILL THE ANSWER BE? struct the engineers. Iciisliman will be missed in this com- The Inslruciion is organl/ed as care- ! munlty, where for some years ne had fully as a college course. The car has | mude of himself an agreeable and a completely equipped schoolroom, in i cheerful cltl/.en. The funeral prayer \vhlch the lecturers bidil forth Ki yard ' service was held at his late C'ovlna men anil .ill employes who come In ] home on Tuesday afternoon at .'! contact with the operation of I rains. ; o'clock. Kev. M r. < iage olllclaling. after Al the lecturer's desk is a miniature which the remains were taken by train block system, by means of which the |,, \|r. ('ashman's old home at Long"pupils" can he graphically shown the. operaiion of the wonderful system in minutest detail. Hehlnd are charts Illustrating change of lime table, and blackboards showing tabulated svs- terns, with rules ;m\ ernin;-; change in all kinds ul trains, and orders tot- trains by telegraph. inont. Colo. Mr. Cushman's native place was Lee. Me., where lie finished bis education at ihe Normal Academy, coming from there to I'aidee. Kan., in is it',. Kailv in the spring of IW.i he. in company with two brother* and other trieitds, crossed the plains in an ox instruction car carries >viih it team and came 10 1'eak. sine ' its hoard ol examiners ID instruct em- ployes ai evei v division as to ihe standard run.-- for operating Mains. I'e- kiiou u as Colorado. In | s,; | hi 1 enlisied in ihe Colorado Third regiment, and was in tin famous SPECULATION and UNCERTAINTY OR LAND AND LIVING IN BEAUMONT We offer you 10 days only 5 Acres and Independence for $42.50 cash Balance $16 monthly, making- the land cost $425.00. 500 trees to plant 5 acres cost only $125.00. TOTAL COST OF LAND AND TREES ONLY $550 Prices, soil and climate in Beaumont speak louder than words. Don't waste time looking at less favored localities- see Beaumont. (Jo where 10,000 have g-one and been satisfied. Invest where f?,30,OUO worth of proucrty has been purchased by bona fide homcscckcrs in nine months. The land we offer adjoins the irrowing, thriving 1 little city of Beaumont, on an HO-foot platted street, and can't be beat for apples, pears, grapes, Cuer- rii's and apricots, Buy the land now, plant it this fall and you will soon have a htc.uly life income. Free Trips to Buyers. Including 1 dinner at Kdinburgh 'hotel and carriage ride. Excursion every Sunday and Thursday. It's all done in a day and allows you live hours to see the property. Join our party next excursion day, sure. I Homeseekers Free Lectures Daily j i 2:.ii) and 8 p.m., illustrated by stereopticon j views of these productive little 5-acre farms j are held at 544 South Broadway, Los An- | geles. We do business on the"Missouri" order by showing 1 you face to face the land we oiler and the crops it produces. When in Los Anyeles come in and hear and see Beau- mout. It'will be an eye-opener. Cut out and mail the coupon belort, today, sure. crews, the car niii.-> as an extra, slop ping at ea -h siaiion to < \ainnie and instruct railroad telejjiaph opi-i aim .As the lectures are open to all. it provides In al.eineii niih in>i ruci ions 1'or conductors, and ti emeu \\iih in si i uci iun.^ lor eiiuineei :-. tar in adxance nf their leLiilai i Aaininat ion - toi pin mot inn. The ear i> n< iw i >n i he Ci inn. .1 ml ha : Miiee la.-t < »' el eil I lie i-|l : i ' e >\ -I elll. I ti \ i- (HI II •' 'A i e,.-- nil ! |,i MM lli^; ii .liniiii V,i-:ii.-> : 1 'he \\i-el,:- heUiL 1 . ,-|nlit ill San The ear i.- i tin a.- an • \: i a. .- ire yaid Sand C.eek battl.- with tin Che\eime and \r,i|iahce Indians. lie married ihe dau.uhii-r of .Joseph and Mar\ Skim,i i and they dwel' tnuether mi ihe ha'iks ot ilie beautiful Si. \'tain Dividend Notice to Beaumont Land Owners Purchasers of land in the north half of Section 11 arc hereby notitied to call retrard- inir a crop dividend of 4.f»l sacks of oats per acre, being ' 4 of ibis year's harvest, (irain is now stored in warehouse subject to your order and rulim.- 1 price is yj.OO a !»uck. which equals ^> 22 per a c r t-. mal<iiiL r this dividend about 10 ?>er cent on purchase I > liri» - e <>f said land. Beaumont Land & Water Company IVuuinuiil I-aml .t Water <V, '-'-» Mi-;vantilf !'!.,' K»Him -M4 S. Hri>a*i\vay. Lo.s Aiik't I am ici like to I by iu-11 Nain ThiirMluy I ruler, fi-o A>l'I.•<••-». faflnry, all uUnit tht-so pru- . ami would -.-' aiul fai-ts hack- ' ml. If itif infill- ay u'atit tu KII 01 viiui Ar P' 5 * £ KILI ED *^«Kt:W^»; ^- " l.liH's l : (iD M.AKT.K SUCCESSFUL «»-»I:NOI-ORI.RI.I:C t'Ol Llk'Y K^IStHs I SU Los Angeles Incubators L\l.«YTHIMl IN POrLTBY SUPPLIES Av me k'>up cure 50*. PoslpaiJ ALlU'.kS ;-O. .vi4 >. \\\IN Si. LOS New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Mead Most Efficient Deep Well Pump in the State Because it is Made Here BUILT IN THREE SIZES From Ten to Forty Horse Power It is the smoothest running- deep well pump because there are no dead centers, no jerk or jar, and no danger of breaking- the pump rods. Be sure and write for our big- catalogue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing: Co. Pomona, California Christopher's ICE CREAM OF QUALITY Benjamin Franklin and Christopher's Ice Cream Have made Philadelphia famous. Christopher's Ice Cream Is making Los Angeles Famous. \A/ H VP Ikva.i-x' it is adir.i'.tcd to in- the peer i.f al! the Ice Creams in C'reamdom. Ih:!i'i .::a. lontHM'tnt:, and whulcaumc. 'ihe Creiim that is rccum'iu'inii't! i-<r Uu' sick rouin. C. F. CLAPP SOLE AGENT

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