Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 7, 1907 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

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COVIN'A-A City Among tile Orange Groves THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Is absolutely the moat beautiful suburban tract on the market today. Every lot a bargain. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Is in the heart of Covina. Fronts on the electric line. .Only 35 minutes from Los Angeles. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Will be supplied with the purest mountain water, piped to every lot. Electric lights. Streets graded and oiled. Cement walks. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Combines every essential city convenience and coveted country coni- lort. High and Grammar Schools. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Prices range from $200 to $600 and can be bought on small payments. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Lots are the best investment on the market today. They possess every element to insure profitable returns. COVINA VILLA TRACT J. L. MATTHEWS SOLE AGENT J. B. COULSTON ftWNPP , CHAS. NICHOLI OWNER5 Lots 5 arid up Every IVTodern Improvement Greater San San Francisco, November 27, 1907.— The people about. Sari Francisco Day have found tliut. thulr Int.nrcHta ure HO much In common that they have taken preliminary Hl.opH looking to a con- Holldutlon of nil the urea within fifteen nillOH of the City Hull of San Krnn- Cisco Ink) a Greater Han Francisco. The movement came to a head a week ntfo, when a nieo.tlng of represciiita^ tlven from all the commercial oi'Kiin- Izntlonu In Heventeen municipulllieH about the Hay were called to a meet- lug at the Inattention of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco. Preliminary comnilttoeH wore formed, with (Jen. Warren Olney, former Mayor of Oakland, aH chairman, and Dr. Clarence 10. ICdwordu, of the CM II- fornla Promotion Committee, UH .secretary, and the work IH proKreHHlnK toward a coiiHinnimitlon oil' the plan. The territory Involved will t;ive a city with an area of 1X1 miuare mi!en and ii pre.Hent population of. ,X,'!(l,Oi)0. It IK estimated thai by the time the next (lulled Whiten eenmiH IH taken II will contain more than a million inhnl*- ItantH. The movement Ui exciting general IntereHt and It IH bejjeved by thoKe Interested that the consolidation will be brought about within a few yearn, or as HOOH as the neeesKiiry h'Kiil Hl<>im can be taken. A (Jenenil .'ommlllee, competed of repreHenlatlveH of every commercliil organization In the territory affected, hiiH been formed, und from I ills lias been appointed an Kxeentlve Coniiuit- lee of live, having one member from each of the live counties as follows: Albert II. Klliiitt, of Alamedu County, Chairman; II. C. Cutting, of C.aitra Costa County; T. M, HotulniH. of Marln County, and W. I.. Cerstle of Sun FranclHco city and county, and John II. Coleman. ol San Alateo County. The plan will take all of Han Francisco city and county, and parts of Aluriii, Contra Costa. Alanieda and Han Ma too counties. Immediately aflcr the t-icat lire in Han FrniK'l.sco ihe Hint stepM towanl tbls con-iolldutlon were taKi-n by the California Promotion Commii.ee which bewail KUtheiliiK data ivmiulinn Much a movement from n!l cities which have extended their liens. When the time win considered ripe, the Chamber of Commerce, the oldest commercial ornanl/atioii on the coast, liavinn l» en ornanl/ed in i.xf.o, called the oilier bodies inio consultation, and ih sponse was so m-neral that more three hundred nu'n gathered at meeting. It is the intention ID personality of each ol rnunicipalities tlimnuli hy.i!i'in hiicti a< H in \.i-u Vo'-I;. and ii:is will do awa> opposition iiiat mav come I-elilimrlit ;itl;iel|.'d to the h ( 'l Hie pi-oph- who Will he dents ol tin' Ciealei Sail The in'W city will ha\.' a vulnaiion »\ nion- than $1 . pres Ihe the uilh ew u\ !ias,-<l in ome cities enii- n-M!•'. aiu'i - r,j |irc|,erl v 111,111111 n«m New County to Secure Tax Money. LOB AnKcloH, Cal., Aug. 29, ]()07. Mr. U. Shepherd, Pomona. California. Dear Sir: Your letter of the 22d IIIHI., asking Heveral questions In i-e- i?:trd to the operation of Ihe County Division Hill, Is at hand. One of these (pienllonH relates to the rteht of the new county, if or^anl/ed after thl.s yenr'H tnx(!H are (Udhupient, to collect the taxes of this year which are delinquent and unpaid at the time ol' Its organization. Section Id of the Act. 'Statutes of HIM", page L'XC) provides •IH I'ollowH: "After the creation of the new county as herein provided, its olIlcerH shall proceed to complete all procee;!- IIIKH necessary for llu^ asscHsment or collection of the slate and county taxes for the then current year, and nil nets and steps theretofore taken by the ofllcern of the old county or counties prior to the creation of tIn- new county shall be deemed and 'liken 'a,'! havimc been performed by Ihe otlleers of the new county for the benelll of the new county; and upon (he creation of (he new county It shall he the duty of the olllcers of the old county or counties to Immediately ewe- cute and deliver to the Hoard of Supervisors of such new county copies of all assessments or other proceed inns relative to the assessment and collection of the current state and county taxes of property In such new county. . . And the olllcials of the 'lew county are hereby authorized and directed to proceed thenceforth with i lie UHsenriincnt and collection of said taxes as If the proceedings originally had In the old county or counties had been oviHlnull.v had in the new county." I am of the opinion that in case the proposed new county li formed during the remainder of the year ISHiT. in-any lime before the sale lor delinquent 'axes of the year l!ltl7-S. Ihe effect of Hils provision will be to transfer to .I'c new county all taxes for the year ! liin7-S and not yet collected at the I lime when tlie organization of the new ; county is completed. This would in- j elude mil only taxes of th«- first In! bailment which might lie delinquent -il that date, bin also all such ponlons i i'f ihe second ii'tallment as h;rt not 1 been already paid. This conclusion 'i'lllow-; I'ri'in (he provision of the Act [thai Ihe a.",s of Ihe oltlceis of the old i count \ prior to the formation of th new COIIIIM shall be deemed as bavin '".•en taken tin the benefit el the ne\ coiu:t> and tha' the otliceis of the ne\ • ciMiir \.^h;ill collect the lave.-, A pi \'.•-•; -a suhstaii tally the sane- as thi.s "Hi . but inn quite MI stroir-; in tavor | I !',!• new f. ,'il\. \\as dfclai'i-d in ll t i-ii ^e ui KIIIL-.S I'l.nnt.x v« .luhiison. in I FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near good towns. Plenty of water can be obtained. 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. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE Fine Builders' Hardware of all kinds, Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Gloves, House- Furnishing Goods. Potter's Hardware unpaid taxes ID I lie n< iiiiiio!!, ju-esent a , expecte'l IK.-I- cciil by Ihe time (In contioliUulion bhall ha\i_- been effc-cted. You also I Signed i siilnni:, ete. J. D KKKUKItlCKS I )ls!i iel Att-.'nii'.v By liunley Hliiuv, C'hiel Heputy." Patrick: H. Tolly Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZLS AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates Furnished All Work Guaranteed Yards. A/:u-,ii A\euue, just north of Sail i!crnu,rdino Ktnui 'lYlrphone, Home 324'» PostoiHce Address, Covir.a LOW RATES EAST Choice of Three Routes Through the Rocky Mountains TWO DAILY TRAINS Los Angeles Limited Electrically Lighted THROUGH TO CHICAGO ; .i^cnt anywhere can tell you all about it or write to KHNNirni C. KERK, Commercial Agent RIVERSIDE Subscribe for tk Brans,

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