Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 17, 1908 · Page 6
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Covina Argus Exploitation Number BRING THEM HERE TO SEE! Thousands are coming to California this year. Thousands more than ever before. The world is looking toward California. You know this is a tact you can see indications of it in every periodical, every newspaper that catches your eye. The capital of the East is only waiting for the presidental election to settle conditions, when it will pour into our country as never before in history. TO WHAT LOCALITY WILL IT COME? 9 It will come to our locality to a liberal extent if we advertise the undoubted excellence of the Upper San Gabriel Valley. We want eastern homescekcrs to be aware of what we've got here before they take the train for the Land, of the Golden Afternoon. When they arrive in Los Anyelcs we want them to already have made up their minds to COM 10 AND SIOIO COVIXA. We want them to see the towns of Covina, Irwindale, Walnut Center, Charter Oak, I'uente, Azusa and Glendora and that is all which is necessary. A VISITOR FOR A DAY 15 PERHAPS A CITIZEN FOR LIFE. Then let's get together for the Covina Arg-us Exploitation Number. Make it profuse with new illustrations, honest in its reading matter, wide in its scope, a big-paper exploiting- a beautiful country. Have an article about your ranch or business in this paper. Get into communication with the Arg-us right away. Covina Argus Exploitation Number COVERT'S HEAVY SALES Nearly $70,000 Worth of Realty Sold by Covina's Youngest Broker. AH l.ho \vintor NOIIHOII npoiiH Uiu do- 7niiii(l for real CHtale (if all kinds in- rrt-MHC'H, (.'.""'I pnyiiiK oi'iin^c anil Jiiiiiiiii Ki'nvoH licing iilwiiyH in l.lio jiHconcncy. Tins pant- \vonk lian horn i'xocpl ifinnlly luilivo when it is lalu'ii into (•()iini(li)ration Dial, tho jiruHiilon- 1ial clcc.liiin in neiuinn, anil thai, I lie siflnx ul 1 imHt.nni pmiplu |i> (.Inn conn- t.ry hiiH not yot IH^IIII. Tlmi'i! i.s a roiiHtimt, demand for I'lirniHlicd liiiiisi's and ruuiiiH, and I lie supply in mil I'nrtlu'uininK. A string of Hales hy tin 1 yunn^nst, real cstale man in Covinn, (i<>iiin« divert, \vlin IIIIH madit a rcpuliil inn UN a ri'linhlo IHIH] ler in liis clnisen Jinc, !H 1'opurled liel'i). (divert. IIIIH .suld 870,110(1 wnrtli df properly in the pit.sl, muiilh. The I \\rnt y aero Hi'iivc at (.'liai'titr (Ink, mvin><l hy \Yil liani hell, \VIIH Mild through divert In Jl. I). Hoover nf Hollywood, and (lie ciuisiili'i'iitidii WIIH S!l."i,(IOH. This Ki'ove is Hot to leinoiiH, Valenolas and navidh, and in in Hplendid condit inn, AS hero Mr. Crunk of Ciivinn resided for fifteen yearn, and linill up one of the finest pieces of pniperly in the San (ialiiiel vulley. It tins a modern hoii.su of nine rooniH on It, and tho crop thin year 18 a heavy olio, HH IH the i-ario with nearly all thu \\(>ll-o.s- t.ibliHhi'd uroves of that vloinity. Mr. lioll lakes of Mr. lliiovern larno dwelling houne in I lollyuood at the eonier of Prospect and (lower fitreets in tho li'-n! rosidential dinlrict, vat tied in the traiiHiiction at =?!'_',(HiO. Natan llealtoii of Irwindale has Hold IhroiiKh (icoine Covert. 10 acres of walnut prove to (it'iiryu (irillliliH of I.ordslmrK, the properly heiiiH tradt'd without cash eonsiderat inn for an ei^lit room house on Kelliim ate line, Anueleiid Ihiinhlw, Los Anyi les. Thin \uilnnt property adjoinn tho .~i;'i acres of the Ruddock estate already acipiirinl liy Mr (inllllli-, and in considered a valutililo ai'i|iiisil ion lo his preoent propwrty. Anothor sale lirou^'ht aliont lliiou^h .Mr. Oovert is that of 10 acru.s of walnuts in Irwindale In- formerly to K. K. Leech, the fruit iai.-ci\ whu sells t<> II. If. Holt of Lo.-i An^tden for f!l,(UMi. In this deal is the trade ot a hand some residence on iTlh slr«-ei, l.< -^ An^oles, valut-il at #l(i, miu. Tl.is liliildin^ t> i-re--|eil In ihridd ii:i-,-,i, ,ii ^t.vle, am 1 Mi. Leei-li I, 1 I rnjiri ly I'.i the \\ inter. 'l\Si Illy ;u-| r.-, ,,l . I i(\t^( old, ono mile rmrtli of Clinrtor Ouk, mvtiiul hy llonry Fruy, plunt'jd to ValonciiiH and Improved ThmnpHoriH, IKIH IHICII sold tilHo ny Mr. Covert to (\. VV. Hoe for 81 '2, 000. Mr. I'Vye taken in e.xcliaii). 1 .!' a valnahle Iowa farm. Mr. J ( 'n;y has ^one hank to hi.H old homo in Oklahoma, and v-ill later take up II'IH pos:-e.sHionH in Iowa and work HKMII personally. The cnnsideral ion in the Hale of Dndderar'H conl'ei-tionery hl.oro to II. I). Madison of Kdchester, L'al., !H re- porlod IIH lioiiiK s? - 2 ( 000, which i.s another sah^ l,hrounh (ieor^i; Covert. Mr. Dndderar will remain In the .store to assist, the new proprietor during (hi 1 coming holidays. Mr. Madison is reno\'al in^> the More, maliinn the inteiior more attractive than ever. Covert almi reportH the .sulo of ten acres nl the llml^er place at tho corner of San Itei'iihi d in > and \'incent avenue to II. R. II. dt. for £ 10,000. A SplemlKI riH from San Uernanl ino ri CO||:-KO and Civil Service hiHtilute show that tills school is planned on correct, .lines, which yoiinn pin, pie donning to K ( 't into tho Civil Service or the lies! lines of commercial employment are not slow to lake advantage of. Since the opdiiinu of tho fall term, HfiulcntH have heen enrolling from nearly all parts of tile \\'est until larger i|iiartei-s are a^ain liocomin^; an imperative necessil >•, the attendance IjchiK now the largest in the scliool'ri liiKtory. Sometime-, people Hiippose that the numlior prepared hy thi.s iiistirtimi for the ( lovernment »«>r\ ice. and who take their examinations in tho mimo Inii Id iiit,', occupied ly thin t-ciiool, would uvcrsupply the ilemand. This is nut the 1 case, however, tor tho lea son that those trained here may he appointed to nri \ ice anywhere in (he 1'niied States, tho Philippines or Panama, there la-inn nearly f 0, 000 appointments each year. .' ny i-f our yiiiini; people wishing to |,!i>pare for the KC)\ rrni'ient service ( r COMI meicial work can .veoun- necessary information hy writing San Itei iianlino hu^iness College iilid Civil Ser\ ice Institute, San lii-rnai dino (""al. A Healthy Family. FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near jfood towns. Plenty of water can be obtaim-d. This land comprises some of the best in the valley and will be subdivided into small tracts to suit purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. J. R. Conlcc Realty Co. Successors to Bradshaw Bros., 238 Bradbury Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN from private parties at a low rate of interest. City and country property for sale. Business intrusted to us will be prompt attenti.n. Jahnssn A INigg BLACKSMITHS • Blacksmithing sf oil Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave J. W. KEENER Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cal. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY If you want the HKST \VoKK at the MOST REASOXAIJI.E 1'KK'F.S jfive us a tri.il. TWENTY YEARS' experience lias l.iu^ln u» the CHEAPEST and BEST way to do your laundry. \Vith lirst-class equipment our work and our'Jiiiethuda are sanitar-, and up-to-d.ue. Leave Bundles at McLeod's Restaurant LORUEEK BROS "i "r.r A n n' i.ur.ilv h. Ai'U 1.1 Ic i 'ill.-., till IT ', c. I .. A. I'I.LI 1 i.-:, .1 Kiir.ii K'. '..:. 1 i , '.nlv :. i.i. M ,;. ,-. A.S XIie Safe and Reliable Kuel Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Corttfortable Trip Via YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An ideal outing- in the Sierras amid the grandeurs of Yosemite. Cost reduced to popular prices. Ample hotel and boarding-camp accomodations. Write for descriptive folder. For tickets and connections see SOUTHERN PACIFIC or SANTA FE or address H. H. Vincent, General Agent, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL.

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