Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 10, 1908 · Page 2
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ORANGE AND LEMON $10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Huesteca 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 Holsa 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 in 6 months and 9 mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO Outgrowing First Pl«ns. The bi« Covinn Argua Exploitation Number for 1008 )ia« grown out of proportion to tho original plans for its iHHiiunoc, and tho ATKUH ofllnn will lio obliged to add a number of pagoH in order to omhraco tho amount of <u>py Hiippliud for it. Other oIl'ortH aloiiK thia HIUIIO lino have been Like Leading a Cow. Jewflsbiug Is tlio right kind of Bport, Rewording to Tom Pinoh, who returns from Newport Beuch this week. His experience with one weighing KiO [lOiindH IH one which he tellH with a good denl of feeling. Tho party had been Huhing Home time, matching lialilint., whoti one of the in tho piiHl, ainl tho paper' linoH attracted the attention of a.jew- IIHH had Htrong Htipport and largo ciir- j linn, and he Hwallowed the halibut dilation, lint thin year the outside bait, hook and all. localities mil-rounding Covina are de- inanding recognition, and their pro- 'Let tho Covina man have tho line," Haid the boatman. Kinuhfrnys dnotH, ramiliOH and liunineHH IIOIIHCH | that for a few minutoN he felt as it' will Lake nr> ooiiHidciable Hpace. It lie were being led around by a iH to be tho iiuiHt profiiHoiy illiiHtrat- ed induHtrial numln-r over aU.empled. fractiouH cow. The cord cut through hlH (IngorH until ho could fool the Uanchei's and liuHineHs men who | llenh burning, but he hung to the recognition and advertlHement; jowllNh. One other of this Hpecios will do well to communicate with tho j WUH caught that day, but weighed ddlce at once, aH the Hpace, even in'only (!() pounds, thin big number, in rapidly becoming limited. The edition will run into several IhoiiNand copieH in the Barn Phone 240 Res. Phone 198 CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. Feed and Sale Yards in Connection Saddle Horses W. Badillo St., on the new electric line. COVINA, JlrHt improHHimi, as a large number of papers have already boon contracted for throughout thin vicinity and the r.ucnlyptus for Lepers. W. (iundhuc, medical superintendent of the leper Hottlomcnt at AIolo- kai, in liiH report to the Honolulu, country in general. Only about j Hoard of Health, given an extended three weeks remains before the paper | account of tho Ireatmentw which have will i)e in circulation. Tho work of' l>oon uned on the patients under hia iiHHomhling tho copy for Covina will <'are. Most of thorn have proved of begin this coming week. little or no value, but very promis- I ing remillH st'nm to liave been ob' tained from the use of eucalyptus pre- A Substantial Dessert. j |lliral j () , IHi Kn ,„„,.», l,,,neiit lias been To the busy housewife in the midst ; derived from use of the eucalyptus in of her m..rning d iti.'S, the mcnotoiiJ baths and other ways by the several ous query, "what shall we have for hundred patients, that tho physician lunch''at timcH is almost maddening, i holicvcH it might prove a cure in the A delioiriiH yet substantial and ; early stages of I he disease, economical (Hull can bo quickly and : " easily prepared to answer .hi, ,,,,es. wherc Bu|jets p,^ tion wlunh bes.des s..t i*i.vi.,u the, ^..^ , 1;ll . ki . r ,, f ^.^^ x Y a palate is grat ilying to the home v ,. u .,. ;m ,,) t | u - Civil war, wlio !,,-,( ;i keeper us she hears the hungry brood |,,ut at < Irtt v.sbiir;;, sav-^: "Tin- good around her (able exclaim "Why, thin Klivtric Hitters did is worth iiion- t..an race fpo»i lice SUCCESSFUL **" SIZND FOR PRUU CAIALOULtJ POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators LEG'S ECU! MAKER KVURYTHINO IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—SOc Postpaid 5.14 S. AUIN ST. LOS ANOHLHS • i . ii, live hundred dullars t'i me. 1 -.pent is llilnllt V guild. . . , . ' ....... , much money doctoring tor a liail ease Take eold In.lien nue I mm a pre ,,, .,, lumai . h ,rouble, to link purpose. violin meal and freshen by lirin^ing | tin-n tried l''.lectrii- Hiliers. and they to boil with milk. iiHinu enon^'i to eiired me. I now take- them as a tonic. «i.l a soft vet linn miM.lle. Ad.l a •""' H'«;.V krop ill.' slr..n K and well." * , . .--de at l . 1 . I lapp •> dru^ .store, beaten e^K if desired Sweeten t<. to tahtn. and pun from a can uf pineapple. Tin t«nne variety is preferable as H^t-eter and yhes a pleaHing flavor. This may be i-er\'ed 1'nt thin in a serving di. j !i - - iver it the wyrnp and fruit The (ireen Marshall Company's Talk on I'alnt. \\'i- manufacture almost everything Cay it is I boon as prepared. This heldoln lalK lo plra^r, anil it.> niilri live \alui' is bey. nd >|iiesli< .11. Ti > it. \n jd and ' 'Sa^'eiie'' 1'ile SaUe an hiime piud'iels, niadt in divina. lift them at Na.-li'.-.. fine. • N in ihe paint line and ^uaiv. i;tee every ''"''' " s ; arli.-le. 1'rices consiatcnt with the nc.vol dish : l . u . llitv u| - UUI . K ,, ulls . you willtind oil linish a ml pure on >ale at (.'. H. Kialli'r'-i paint ant! 'Aall pjpcr >U>re I'll..ne N... -1. Wanted Two steady I i.i»rdeis Mrs. S. [.. S|eiu'ir. I'inter street, it EISTEDDFOD EXCURSION TO $30.00 SALT LAKE CITYRETURIN On account of the Fourth ('.rand National ICisted- dfod, or Welch Musical Festiual tlie Salt Lake Route will sell tickets on September 2'> and 30 from all stations west of San Uortianlino, to Salt Lake City and return at rate of $30.00. For Tickets Returning Via San Francisco •he rate from stations between and including- Los Angeles and San Hernardino will be $3<>.UO and from San 1'edro and Long; Meach *3i>.70. Return limit of all tickets October 31st, 1'MIS. October is a Delightful Month in Utah F«>r further particulars see our Salt Lake Route agent or John J. Ford, Agent Pomona New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Mead <, <, [BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten to Forty Horse Power ; ; 4 4 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 cata- j; logue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing: Co. Pomona, California Patrick: H. Tally Cement Pipe flanufacturer 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 324'i IWofike Address, Covina Subscribe for the Hrps.

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