Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 12, 1908 · Page 6
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•••*•• ****** ****************! ORANGE AND LEMON $10 per Acre and Cheap Transporta tion to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Tlucsteca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tampico. the rapidly growing 1 part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La Holsa Colony, consisting of 20,()0u acres. A townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjoining al S125 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at SI0 per acre. Terms, one-third cash and balance in 6 months and ') mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. Kor further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO ****< ********** * * ************************ City Engineer Resigns. At, th« mueliiiK of tins oily council tin Tuesday ovoiiiiiK, l.lio rcHl^iintion nf .John Skiing IIH dit.y wiKltiom 1 WIIH accept.)!)!, mid I' 1 . (!. DtihHwy of LHH . \im«ll'H WIIH Mpp(lilll)!tl I.I I HlltUUKld him. Mr. Skc^n KOOH l.o arxuipl, n ^uiid poHitini) on I, he ooii'itruc.l.ioii of Dm IJDH A n^cli'M ni|iic(liiiii. '['In- Ixiiiid look proliin iiinr.v H!,I'|>H roKiinliiiK Ihr hiiililinu' of n siilcwnlk nil Illltll Hilid.H of Wl'Ht, Kailillo Struct, from Citrus avenue alon^ t.lin sti'dlch IIIIH not as yi'l, ln-nii liiid In Ilic rimioiil. \vulk I'tii'Uitir up thin tt ri'iil . Tim iiininlii'i'M <if t,h',> Ijuiiril pniNciit, \vrri- Lnlii!<<, Muxlcy mi'l Warner; Itiusi! iiljsi-nt, I'otl IT iiinl liiilckin. Tin) dills allowed \VITK IIH VollowH: John Skit^tfH, Hiihiry, $7 ; A. M. IViicii, sulitry. S?-!"i, nlllco f.xpciiHr, ST. 1 !"); olllcn nxpitiiNi', 8 1 !"> ; llomi* Tidopliuiin (JoiMpiiny, Slt.Ol); Ijiipp (Jill'ord Cn., #1 111. 17 ; .1. I!. LayonoU, ladi.i 1 , •-?'.!; Kcrrklioll CII/IUT, 3 1 1 ; M. Malni'.v, li'iiin wnrk, S!i. ; Hutch isnn HinH., ti'iiiu work, <?l.ii(); A, ( i. (ianl, train uoik, *! IK. •_!.">; M. L. iMchncil, salary and Ml reel, work, >?:!(;. Id ; M. L. .Vii'lnifft, stiri'l work, JIM.". 1 "); \Yullor L'irirk, Klrwt. work, Siri.7f>; A. K. /iin, team work, ••?-!!; K. I). iMiiesI, lalior, ^'J.^.'i. + 'I'lu- following report, was pre.seul. o-l: MIH. .liihiisiiii lias iiiinli' a prupnsi li>ili whereliy she 'threes l.u ^ivn to the city a strip of laud seven IVet ill width alnnt; the went side of her piii|ierly in Ciivina i'l return for the permission ^milted dy the doard al Inwiii^ her tn ei.nstiui't a Hidewalk immediately adjoining the curd and also allowing Ihe coi:nt ruet ion of a fence within 1H inches of Ihe inner I Hie of tiideualk. Kespecl fully sudmil led, K. I'. Warner .1. Moxley Stleel coininiltce. Ho\v to Get Strong. 1'. .1. D.ily, of 1247 W. ronnre-,-. Si.. I'hi'MHo, telU nt a way In In-come fciruiin: He say.-.: "My umtlier, \vhn i» nlit and was very teelile, i-s ilerivuu; MI inueli lieneli! fruin Klci'lrii" Hillei'-., lii.it I fei'l it's mv duty t,i tell Illume -,\ tin need Ji tnnio and sli > nt; t hen i lit; ineilictiu' alioiit it. In mv mother's case a marked ^ain in llc>li li.i.i i ;•- hiiltfil. i 11 v MI 11 n.t ha-» tieeii nx'i i\~ title, ami .-.lie !-> sli-itilits ;•.!••.winy -.ti. 1.^1-1 ' Kii-i ' :'!!• Hi tin-, ijiiieK I y rt-nii'iiv -,1-1111 .nil, li vt-r ,uul K id.in > e mi plain I -,. > iid s:ii(!er ;;II.H .in'.ei- al I'. I'', i/lapi.'-. di .• ^ st'.l'e. N'e. Trip a Oood Test. K. A. I lowland IIIIH rotiirued fi'orn a IOIIK trip to BakerHflold, in which ho took a party of Los An^olu'-i oil men into Ihe oil districts of Kuril oonnly. Thu party WIIH away oifjlit days, duririK wliioh lime the oil I.OWIIH of Killrick, Temdlor and Devil's Uoii were vi.siled. llowlaml says hn "ue\'er (denned a spark pint; and never had a mishap of any It inrl. " The machine carried !!,000 pounds or camping outfit, and supplies dur- iiiU one purl, of the jminuiy. How hind is cut ItushiNt io adout the Mil clndl roadnler and says he can lake niiy kind ot a .journey in it without fear id I rolilde. Nc\v Itti.tlness l j rofitahle. The (Inn of Hcluimm A' Harris, imikerH of the prodiml known as "Sa- i/i'iio" hair tonii', will devote its entire lime in this immnfiictmc trom this lime on. Mr. Schnmm has .sold his tailor shop tn 1). M, Sul lierhiml of hns Angeles, who has taken pi ISM- essioii, and the "Sa^i'ne" (.'ompany hits moved to the hmdlin^ fmmcrly occupied hy a reslauralil, the i.uild- in^ moved dack onln llalia street from Oitrus avenue. In this duild in« all the iiianul'act tiring will lie done. The '"SliHene" linn is doinj> juell with tho new product, ami has reci'i.lly pnl a miiii mit. on Ihe mad 1 i iinviitisiiiH exclnsividy for tlii'in. Schedule I'or lilectric Cars. I.L'.I vo I'nviii 5:.in a. ui Barn Phone 240 Res. Phone 198 CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. Feed and Sale Yards in Connection Saddle Horses I \V. IJadillo St., on the new electric line. COVINA, LOB'S GQQ MAKRR SUCCESSFUL l*r SEND FOR rw:u w POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators I;\T:RYTHIN() IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—50c Postpaid ^^ • « ; New Pomona Double Plunger li Deep Well Pump Mead HENRY ALBI;RS co. 5.!4 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES S.lll) U: ll;i\n vmir rulii i'l 1 tin-M \\lNi'n's (iililn-r t iri> ict ti'i 1 , l iit> ut its kiml in tho vallf y. t- 1 ii|;ty ill. ! --'•" thi'lll 1 hi'\\ -, ( \>\ inn. 1'huii' II. M;it man RATES From, the East Are on Again To all points in California and Nevada by the SALT LAKE ROUTE*. DEPOSIT MONEY BRING FRIENDS If you have friends lia.'k cast to wh< you wish to furnish ;ra!i»|nu t.ition any point, just j^ct in touch with a a^ent of the Salt Lake Koiite. and will do tlie rest. Colonist rates ^ last until Dctobor .U and yi'iir triei will thank \<>n for theii- de! IL P i! '• '• il t over the SALT LAKH K'lM'Tr. ' Seeniv- Short Line fifi:: t!:e K t hi'oii^ h Salt Lake City tu ,-> .it.u California. UiniHR SKI- Ml: AUDI I II. Juliil J.I in.I. Ai{cnl I'ulil.j.li > BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten to Forty Horse Power j r It is the smoothest running cli-en well pump because tlu-iv arc r.i) (Ic-ad centers, no ji/rk or jar, and no danger of breaking the pump rods. He sure and write for our big- catalogue. Watch this spuce for further information. i! Pomona Manufacturing Co. Pomona, California Patrick: H. Tally Cement Pipe Hanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Kstimates furnished. - - A'.l svi-rk yuarantci-d. Agent for KANSAS CEA\EM Large ur Miiall quantities. Yards, Axitsa Avenue, jtiit north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 324'J 1'ostotiice Address, Covina PAMD Vx/-\/Ur THECKM t.FTHF. SAX iiAHKlF.1. (.'AXVuN. sta^c.- niKitii..^. .M.'u:r.at:i, arc rinc now with no at,: i till- I::nit «f 'r-r.it. A,!i!ri.'a.-, l.'a'.iiu kiiiL.^ii Kt-surt Cu.,

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