Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 14, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, November 14, 1908
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ORANGE AND LEMON $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Hucsteca 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 $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 ,ER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO PROSPERITY WEEK. Buy and Boost Home Products. The "Prosperity Wook" in Southern Cnlifornin, originated by Mlna Francos Holmon of Los Angolan and promoted by tlio Los Angelon Chamber of Commerce, hiiH taken a tremendous hold on the puoplu of all thn cities and towns in ttio southern end of tlio state, and HO rapid lias been the development of! the plan, and HO greatly IIDH the idea hoon ex- paudod, thai, not many people even now, have Ki'iiHpcd tlio full HiKtiiil- oanee of the tiling. It Is known that there IK to In* a Ki-and agitation o(' "Prosperity Week" in LOH An^el'jH, liuKiimiiiK on Monday, Nov. 10, imcl lasting until Saturday night. Nov. 121. All South. orn California IH asked, of eouiue, to! tuke part in thin agitation, hut he- yoiid that in the proposition of suiting iiHiilo this entire week for tliti OIK? purpose of "liu.ving and bocisl- itiK" California prodnutH. It is anti(iipat(id that during this wi-ok merehanls throughout Southern California will make window displnyu of the manut'aetnred pruduutb of Southern California and advertise nothing hut tl)<m> prodiuits, and that no per son in Southern California will think of buying imylhing made in any other pttrt of the oountry during that week, when he or she can buy the same article made in Southern California. The plan is primal lly an educational uiic. It is aiii. cil to acquaint the coiiMiming puhliu of Southern California with the merits, prices, and even munch, of Imimi-iiiiiilt; urti- oli'H, it lieing taken for granted that Uie preference will lie given Southern California ^"'"'H, <'ther thiny.s being equal, and everybody lining informed as to what arlioli'M urn mtiiie in Southern California am! what are mil. This week of agitation will result. tn nuioii muterial prosperity for Southern California; iheie can *e no doubt of that. Let all the peoplu boost all tiie while and bumet l>ing big wili rebitlt. THK Sunday, "l j nisperity fiom llie two will start on a Tuesday, Nov. 17—Concert arid address on "Home Industry" under the auspices of the Retail Clerks' Association, at the Shrlner Auditorium, at 7 :30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. ]8 — Grand industrial pnttount, leaving the vicinity of Nnud Junction at 1 :'!0 p.m. Thursday, November 1J)- Factory visiting day. Fiee automobile excursions, leaving the Chamber of Commerce all day, beginning lit 8-DO a.m. Evening concert in Central Park. Friday, Nov. 20 Anniversary concert of .Symphony Outhestra in the afternoon at the Auditorium — all home talent. Saturday, Nov. '21- Open air band concert in Central Park. Throughout the entire week, great free home art exhibition in lihmolmrd Art (iallery, showing drawings and paintings and art work by artists of Southern California. At the Temple Auditorium, Richard Harry's "Searchlight" will run the entire week a home product. Kvery dny, b/inds will play in the business and residence sections. Don't IK- deceived by imitations of DeWilt's Carnolizi-cJ Witch Hazel Salve. When you ask for DeWitt's l>e Mire you ^ct it. The name is .stamped on every box. There is just one original. It is •.-jicciiilly good for piles. We sell and recommend them. Sold by C. 1<\ Clapp. San Joaquin Valley New Daylight Train Your Winter Trip East SHOULD BE VIA The Sunset Route OF THE Southern Pacific New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well PumpiHead OR VIA NEW ORLEANS TO Washington JT£ Chicago *C Cincinnati Parlor Car IN THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS KICK—COTTON SUGARCANE MOSS COVERED LIVE OAKS "KINK-HEADED PICKANINNES" BALMY UKEE5JES THROUGH THE DKEAMY SOUTH I). 15. SC'HKNCK, Agent, Covina Phone H4 G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona SOUTHERN PACIFIC BUILT IN THREE .SIZES,;.Powcr It is the smoothest-Jrunmng 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 catalogue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing: Co. Pomona, California : 15 Hlmwer of " <u<r tin- city |.;iiuii balloons, which iian^cont Uiental lii) U's ami Fresno. | daily ;i<. 7:.o •>iio 7:17 p. in. in., ut - p. tn. Mondii.v, Nov. h; 1 >i~.n ibuui'ii ot lUO.OHU "I'r'.^pei iiy " b\iitoii'-, ('cur in^;! .slogan, ''liny and Hut -t Home 1'riKlucth. " IJetwivn l/o? From Los An^j a. in., arriving From Fresno !* Southern Pacific 1>. l.'. Si'iii-iiL K. A v;i-ii (, V\«\ i 5 WE PAYS I JSW.ONONEYEAJt* • v' • JScrfL ON MOMYNiy MAILl O7° BALANCES- WE WELCOME accounts of any amount from f(MN> «p- Currency may be safely sent through the mail by registered letter, or remittance may be made by exprett money order, bank cheek or draft, wiuch need not oe regiaterad. :: :: :: -- ! "~PR r 6\7TOENt"5s?r'™^ ' I. S«c.y a«4 Mgr. VM SB. >4irr. \*» 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 Teh-phone, Home 32-49 PostofhVe Address, Covina J. M.HUNTU.Sic.,a 1 MM«r. j LEB'S ECUi MAKER SUCCESSFUL '*" 6i;N1) FOR lRi:a HOl'LTRV RAISLRS LSU Los Angeles Incubators ENtRYTHlNG IV POULTRY SUPPLIES Acnv£ Ruup Cure- 5(K I'u^lpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 5J-4 >. n\ts sr. A.SULUib

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