Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 3, 1909 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

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»»»•«+»+•»»+•••»»+»++ ORANGE AND LEMON $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Ilucsteca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tatnpico, 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 $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 CONTRACT AWARDED. Handsome High School Building to be Erected At Once. .1. I* 1 . AtkijIHOII Of JjOH ATlgoloH, \VIIH awarded Ihr conl.raot for tho orwil.ion (if thf) (,'nviiiu Union Jli^li .School building, Monday liy UK* .school hoard. Nino bids worn romdvod. Alkin- NIIII'H WHH 8HII,H!)!t, linl through a modification ol' tho plariM, it \VIIH reduced t.o 8.'):t, m- -IHUOO IOHH Minn 1 1m UHtimato <d' Arohiloot I' 1 . H. Allon (if I'liHiulniia. Tim staff work was awarded to Walker Unit hern, wluiNO hid \VIIH SKidl). Thr cniil ractH I'nr healing, plumh- iiiK, hlaokhoaidH, n:id other II.Nlurcs will In* awarded next, Monday. Tlir hiddeiM on llic liiiihling worn: Kureka I'laning Mill Company, $.'17,- r>Hl;M. Maddon, * I •!,<; IH I ; Crook nlinnkH & Sinners, 8:iri,!>DH; }<}. Lund, 811, (HID; I'!. M, WheaUimd, SilH.-IHf. ; Kinhard Nownlnt, 81)8, UHl). Tim He.hool district is hondod for $(!(.),000. The, contract provides that work nuiHt lio connnoiiood on Hut Imildlng liy I'Vhniary 1, luul tlu> Niiino ho com- ploUul and ready foi occupancy not, la tur thai AugiiMt. 1. 'Clio architect him provided Unit tho outside wallw shall ho, of cninlnKuul cniKM'cto, or (ho Calil'iiniiu ooiiort>li>, with iron nulu nuiniiiK livlwrcu v;n'li |.illar. The jiarl ilion \\allH iuc uf t-idid anil i uiidnn'cd onncrcti 1 , will) \voudi-n lindu'i's lor tli« Uumiii^s. oiTJilorH \vlll I'M laid in concfi'te wnodi'ii si |i|n>rl, MS iscll as (ln> u'iil lloni's, uliiln all I la' re HOIII.H arc to l<r laid in \\liili' Tla< inli'iior UnisliiiiKH in lar, aiui (lit) loot \vlll ln> coM'icd \\ilh ('oinjio.sii inn 1'. A II asphalt. Tliu luatiiiK plant in tin- Ijusciiu'til is in !;r ht'i mi'l if wroii^lit htt'i'l ail warnuTd, tvvu o| them hi't in luillcry, th(! hunt l)i.'iiiK' full-id liy din fiiii.s into cvci y portion ol I lie laiildiiiK. Thi'i-c, loo, will In? clal:i.inti'ly lilted slinNM'i' liatlis ami )ii\alui ii--, u i I h dier.siny i'ii;iiii and I'.eK MH lilted with e\'el\ i'ciii\ I'll ielu-e. Tile do n;i-sli'n M'ience louin uill i-'enjy Jar^e I aseiuenl ••( :u r and tl.i-ii uill Tin i^ ' 1 v . «W - - "^ '7 \ Union High School to be Built in Covina. The contract was let Monday, and the cost will be thirty-four thousand dollars lie Uumh connU'Vfi 1'nr \HI.\H anil ^irls, 'I'hc nuuinul tiiiinin^; room \\ili tut !I8 hy U feet, and ujieiiin^ oil' this room will li»> llu< bhuwiM' linllis tor lioytt, and tlui ^.viuuasiuiii, '11 liy ;U) feet. At one siile of tho main entrain 1 *' \\lll l>r tho puhtic iind pruate olllees. I he leaehec.s' rooms, and 1 he wide, airy rest IOCIIIIH |,ir visittu's. Tho main hallway >vill ho fourteen feet wide and .seventy live feet in laid in oonerclo. The main feitturt* tit the will he the spleiuliil assi'iidily vnum. •ID hy fill feet, aus.'m\'iitt'd hy a sla^e 'JO hy Id teei. and a haleuny ninnin^ ainniid Ihrie j-idii. Tin' prinei|al \\-ork ot ni iian:eiil.>t i<.ii uf the huihi iliU has I eeli 'a\ inh' il "ti t tils UK)in. The i-orniei-M aie ti. le al 11st iea! ly mad'-, and ll.r -stnei'o \\ •, 11, ei^llv and heanl it'nl. Opening' ott' the an semhly hull will he the leolnre mom, made in the form of an amphil In a- Icr, with seats in tiers. On Mm tiiH'nin) Hour \\ill !.•« the physical lahoralor.v. Tin) chemical Inhoiatnry will he one of (lie he.st anaii^eit in Soul hern Calildi nia, Co\ Ina vs. Chiiio. j In the initial haseliall ^air.e Hun- day on the diamond south oflouiiihu I'ovina team uas detriilrd hy (.'hinn, (i to fi. l-'nr ,, (ii'sl Hiteinpt. the Kami' wi!.- inteiesi iiiK as it ttiniishvd a very n^od I'liteiinii .•( (he l.i--ehall n,alrMa! avaihiHe, I ni [lie . .ntcoine ut llle ^an;r ilren nut denote the le litt IV ) -.tl eliuih i,t the team-'. i '1 lie lion,i' | lavris hy hniichiii^.' I hils in the early part uf tho 'acquired a comfortahle lend over the ; visitors, am! Here not headed until ; the ninth inning, when a pair uf hita i olf Fairly, eonpled wit!; a hunch uf j ghiring eirois. iJloued tho hay-makers ! to chalk up an even score, fi to f>. ! This should not have affected the out ; come iis Fairiy had on hir> strike-out j clothes, and in previous innings fan lied them out in one-two three order. lint in rhino's half of the tenth, the iroiihiti stalled hy a man reaching lii.it ly hi-i tig hit hy a pilched hall. The ni'M man up knocked an inlield drive that received a c.i.slly juggle ut second, allowing the man tvi it-ach liist. A s|...rt poo hack uf tiist I y the lie\l lean uas fu.-.-cd an uu.i hili^' ellolikjll t" all • AN thi- mail oh --eci:nd to sliiK hi.mo alid vole ui.at I m\f.i kept to he the. iv i iii) i UK tally, for 'in tho second frame of this round, with Iwo men on, Steunrt'd attempted hunt noppd' up to the cutc-her, and a quick throw to second ;>nd Ir . ;in second tn lii.st t'oiuplcicu a laetty U'ipln, mid ended tlie Bailie. Fairly had all the hest ot the uitMit in the l)o.\ position. H his hits well scattered, and hut from rugntd support would huve pulled out safely. His ihrue-ba^yer was the lunj^t hit of the dny. Lihhy I'.luyed a yniuj name behind the hat, though on ju-jj^iiiK t.i second Le was uutp.duU'd hy the t'liino catcht • He was thi! only man i.'ji the teuui to hunt Miicei's.-tu! ly. On the initial sack fh?i.-e i-'airly n:ade a cri-ditahlt; r^huv. in _: and ] 1 1, v t d hiic'jeif viiv tt!ii'k-ni. \.. jth t!;;.- slick, R a dotihlc and a clean single. Shirl-y ut second, Stewart at third an;! IhiL-hcs playing s,ho it oon)pl«tcd the ii.fh.-ld staff. They all played \vith SIKH) and style hnt several inia- cut'ij damaged their fielding averages considurably. Hughes had one try which he disposed of handily. Coolman, Aliintagno and Layman were stationed in tho outfield. The latter tuisjudgpd several high ones. Montaguo only had one chance and Cool ma i) ran up on a drive that eail- c-il over hiy head. Taken us a whole the men showed up lemarkahly well for the lirst timo Hiey had hten tu^etlicr, and with a few minor changes a team can he picked i hat will hold its uun in fast

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