W$*S$$$$$$$^5$$«$$«$S«**$««$«S*^«^^ Covina Argus Exploitation Number BRING THEM HERE TO SEE! Thousands arc 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? 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 homeseekers to be aware of whatiwe've got here before they take the train for the Land of the, Goldeu Afternoon. When they arrive in Los Angeles we want them to already have made up their minds to COME AND SEE COVINA. We want them to see the towns of Covina, Irwindale, Walnut Center, Charter Oak, Puente, Azusa and Glendora and that is all which is necessary. A VISITOR FOR A DAY IS PERHAPS A CITIZEN FOR LIFE. Then let's get together for the Covina Argus 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 Argus right awav. Covina Argus Exploitation Number JI*G&£ufi£ "T\ Time to Irrigate. To tho Krowerm — Them in at, Covina a forlili/er who JH very plonnod l.o titke you or any omi to a (iortain «rove in the HonlliwoHt piirt, of the valley find «how you tho Hplwidld rcHiiltH of liin piirUouhir hnuid of K«<"|H. 'I, in unruly a Hplendid cirop, tho liiKKQflt crop in tlic valloy and no doubt, Urn fort.ilI/or IIIIH dono i!,H part, to pro- dnro Ntuih a Bplondid nhnwiiiK, hut thin uyont, nhoiild not Hay iluiL bin particular brand IIIIH niudo it what it in and taUo tho ontiro (trod it on liis part or liin fort ill/or. A urciit deal of ors'dit iiiiiHt ho KIVOII tho owner fui tho way ho Irri^atcM. Thuro aro many ^I'owerH who have HOWII aH mmth I'tirtili/or and of UN KOOI! a per emit, of plant food, who did not ^t<t K""d ruHiiltH. Thin, I think, in due a Ki'oal deal to tho irrigation. Lot, IIH (akoatreo: U lias a tap root KoiiiK down; thon It IIIIH foodorn ut from tho trunk. Theue foodei'H wproad from the Iron nearly to tho mil-face and not deeper than two feet. ThuHO foederti wo iiiimt out in three layora and every layer of feedci-H porforuiB HH duty during oor- tuin pi'i-iodH of tho year. Wo find in the oold weather, OHpeoially cold , tliw loworfouderw «rv doing wyrli. When the HUM nets r ftnd the Hull briKltiB to K«t warm wo find tho top fuedoru aro doing their part. While in tho mun- mor time,when the noil in very hot, the middle feeders are on duty. The main feeders to produce a crop lire the top ie«idei-H. They are working when it KetH warm. Nature produces the heat, the noil yntH warm and at this particular time the tree liegins to produce new foliage and then out of the new toliuge we K»'t fruit wood, tho hloHHunia and tho fruit itself. The time of hlowHoniinu i.s early or lato according to I ho weather conditions. We iniiHt have warm weather when \ve put in our fertili/er, so that it ia rtmdily taken - up liy the fuedera. Now about this pur ticulur time \vlu-n nature i.s Manning up tho hoi!, when I he top feeders are working, what are the gruw^r* doing to help things along 1 ' Just about tliis time y»u can get irrigating water ut yaiijero charges; it is very cheap. All are pitching in and are libing mure of it than they would ut any oilier time. Have .you «*ver considered that instead of helping nature alung to make I hum 1 ) Yuirm, that you UM- water, whi'.'h t.ul a plioit time iiyo wiite in a Mate of uinl ice upon the iK-arh.y? Do you know that the water, coining through tho uimdy canyoiiH, is ioy cold, and when you put it, on your land it \n nearly as cold? Well, how do you expect to get a crop, if you are working directly against nature? 1C this lay water in working directly against nature, it i.s heat not to put it on at all until tho tree gets to a Htnlo when your middle feeders are wot king. Don't say that tho t'crt ili/ei you put on did not do its work. Don't say you did all you could to produce a crop and made a failure. Don't say your trees aro too old or that they aro going hack on you. Hay it is I who have worked against nature. If you ever have heon I rout, fishing the first day of May and waded in the water near tho mouth r of tho San (iahriol liver, you know you never had such cold feet as then. Look at it IIH I do. Is it not worth while to consider thin (jiiostion? WM. JIOOGKNDVK. A Healthy Family. "Our whole family has enjoyed ^ood health since we he^ai! usin^ Dr. Kind's New I,ife Pills, three years ajfo," says L. A. liartlet, of Rural Route 1, (iuilc ford, Maine. They demise and ton- the system in a gentle way that does von good. 25c at Clapji's druy store. WANTKIV-Success Magazine requires tlu-services of a man in Covina to lock after expiring suhacnptioiis and to secure now business by 'means of special methods unusually efTectivej position ptvmunent; prefer ouo with experience but woidd consider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary 11.511 per day, svith commission option. Address, with references, K. l'. 1'eacock, Konm 10-, Success Magazine Hldg., New York. Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet Wholesome FOR SALE Five room house and barn, lot 5Cxl75, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. S1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining 1 above, full bearing Washington navels. $850. Four room modern'bousc, two porches, bath, cellar, electric lights, large lot 60x175. K. College St. S2500. Five room house and large lot 60x175, in center of town. $3500. Large lots, 60x175, full bearing navels. $625. Large corner lot 95x175, solid to full bearing navels, close to Electric road. $1500. Business lot on Citrus avenue, 55x155 with enclosed yards and sheds, 55x80, hauling way on either side. The finest site in town for any wholesale business. Close to electric road. Price $6000. Good terms can be had on all the properties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue. Covina, Cal. Q. W, MARSH Practical I • CARRIAGE AND AUTO Iftainkr Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blocksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave J. \A/. K.EERER Proprietor of the COVIINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cal. ! POMONA AM f£ FRESH EXV.KY DAY AT v-i £.° Cre-nshciw/'s Ta \H I' Cake and \ej Confectionery \l y" 9 Wilson through valley daily, If you want the BEST WORK at the MOST REASONABLE I-'KU'ES give us a trial, TWENTY YEARS' experience has taught us the CHEAPEST anil BEST way to do your laundry. With first-class equipment our work and ourCniethods are sanitary ami up-to-date. Leave Bundles at McLeod's Restaurant LORBEER BROS GAS The Safe and Reliable Koel Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Comfortable Trip Via YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An ideal outing in the Sierras amid the grandeurs of Yoseni- ite. Cost reduced to popular prices. Ample hotel and board- iug-camp accomodations. Write for descriptive folder. For tickets and connections see SOUTHERN PACIFIC or SANTA PE oi' aiidress H. H. Vincent, General Agent, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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