Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 31, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, October 31, 1908
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ORANGE AND LEMON I $10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Huestcca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tarapico, .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 S125 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at SI0 per acre. Terms, one-third cash and balance in (> months and <) 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 ^ • • • • 1 Gentlemen Honored. There WHS no rnifltuking the hospitality oxtondod, nor tho alacrity with whioh it wns nc.ootped at tho "Kontlo- IDOII'H night" ontcrtainmont of tho AJomluy Afternoon Club, held on Alondny ovonirm of tliiH weak. Tho overling \VIIH ono of tho mast, plcuninu In tho hiHtory of tho chili, with u lui'HO KiithnriiiK of ^ontloinon to himr toHtimony to tint ulnb'H popularity. Mins Anna Ilorron, prcsiilont of Mm organi/ation, prasidcd with] dignity, o.vphiininu' to I he , that thiH upon nuu'tiiiK WIIH i linli a fair Hiimplo ut' tlio incolin^H onjoyi'd o.ioh wook oxcilutdvidy hy 1,1m liidicH. Jt wan tho oh.jnnl, nf Ihti olnh, nlm Maid, to lake up dill'cronl, Hiiliji'dH vital In the nicinlit'iM at cai'h mooting and dismiss thinn in nmi jnnot ion with an oxporf on lh<> null- jccts, and thin uvoniiiK WHH not, n depart me from Hi is rnlo. The president introdi'ned Mrs. \\'il loii^hliy Kiidiiian of Los An^nles, president of tho Los AiiKi'lim Clvio . \nsnoiat ion, Mrs. Kddnian's e.vtciiiporantMiiiH talk \vas alniiK the lines dealing with Hie ntioi'ssify for lieiintIfyin^ the oiliest and villa^ds of Southern California, ! stating Mia' if a concerted movement was made hy hoth ladies and ^entlo men in eaoh town, tho died, would ht> to make Southern California in deed bountiful. Mrs. Koilman has dono a Ki'oat deal toward estalilishin^ parks and play grounds in Los An Hele.H, and in other towns, and nho ad -j voeateil that the oili/ens of Cuvinu ; think seriously of making a public park het'oio the ^ruwth of I he town made Mm purchase of suitable land a oohtly line. "A city in this beautiful San (inline! valley should not lie put upon tho map until il has established u park for public purposen," hhe tiiiid. Tlio ••ri-i'iion of ui't it-tic t'mm- taiiis was another matter euineMly advoeatc'd by Mrs. Kodmiin, and the celling apart uf a day to be a univer ual Arbor I'ay. Min. K'o.lman wan tfivun earnest attention, and in thu; informal altaii which followed, con tinned outlining her ideas in con vert-ation wilh iifHiuiilili'd quests. Tln< mnsicitl proKiam cunsisteil ot a \iiilin solo liy KiHH-rt I'hilleo, ac companied ly Misn \'.\ \.venue Kaiil del 1 , and a tenor f<i| ( by lleniy L. Marshall, arruinpanicil by .Mrs. llai ry I 'ami i el. A delectable lunch, t'uiiMM int.' ol hand\v idles, cultec. ice I'leam, shur bets iin:i cake, was ser; eii in a dainty manner by Mrs. C'. I 1 ', t "lapji, a.-bisled by Miss Mabel UastingH, Miss Ma tide EdwnrdN, Miss Lilian Douglnss, Miss Luoy M. Matthews, Miss Minnie Hnnsrttno uud JVIins Kon Elliott. Tho hull WHH noantifnlly and ta.'itofnlly dooorutod with pottod fonts nnd out; ilovverH, the work of Mrs. U. 10. Crawford. Don't be deceived liy imitations of DcWitl's Carboli/.ed Witch Hazel Salve. When you ask f<jr OeWitt's tic sure you ^et it. The name is stamped on i.'Verv box. There is just on;.' original. Il is es|n;( ially tfood for piles. \Vi: sell am! recommend them. Sold by C. I 1 '. Clapp. IK YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. I'hone 51. C. H. Kistler San Joaquin Valley New Daylight Train Parlor Car l!e-t\\vi-n I,o:, Angeles and Fresno. From I,i>s Angeles daily at 7:.vS a. m., arriving Fresno 7:17 p. in. From Fresno S:50 a. in., ani\in» I,os An^i'K 1 -, S:-KS p. in. Southern Pacific I >. l'. Sdu-lH'K, AL'I-II', l'->\;il.t I'iii'lU- , ( . 1909 Modeif' Kissel Thirty Motor— 4' 4/ x4,! 4/ —30 h. p. Wheel Base—107 in. Floating Rear Axle. I Beam Front Axle. Selective Transmission. Rear Springs ;i( Rliptic. Weight—2000 Ibs. Timken Roller Bearings. Woods- 32x3.'j. Speed- 45 miles per hour. Plumbing Plumbing Materials WATER HIDE SEWER rlrt ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS We contract to furnish all the materials and do the work or furnish the materials only. GET OUR PRICES JAMES W.HELLMAN Hardware, Stoves, Etc. 157-161 North Spring St. LOS ANGELES l-MW Ham I'hone 240 Res. Phone l'J8 CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. Feed and Sale Yards in Connection Saddle Horses \V. Uadillo St., on the now electric liiu-. COVIXA, \\ f New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well PumpiHead Kissel Thirty Roadster $1500 Kissel Thirty Surrey $I55 ° A. J. ROOKS General BlaolcsmitHing All kinds of general and heavy lllacksinithitig. We manufacture Ridkers, Orange Hacks c.:id Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty REG Garage *™™™<* roviXA - Shop Wesi Badillo St, Csvino BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten to Forty Horse Power It is the smoothest running- deep well pump because thore 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 I: ! i Ratrick: H. Tally Cement Pipe flan uf act urer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa A-emie, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3240 1'ostoftice Address, Covina Subscribe for tbc

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