Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 14, 1907 · Page 6
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A LESSON IN LAW. ••veral Things ths Philadelphia Drum* mer Didn't Know. "Most of us think we know the law pretty well," said the I'hllndolphlft drummer, "but I had u little experience to nhow me thnt there fire ccv- ertll things In the statute hooks that I don't know. - I wnn In n New Kng- land town and dropped Into n barber shop to got slucvr-d. Tlif-re W.-IH only one Imrfoer, and he didn't look I\H \( he knew putty, lie turned out. to be a pretty (,'ood nhnvor, however, nnd ns I had had a drink Just, before enterliiR the shop I fi'll nslcep hi the Hinir. I slept for half an hour, and when I I Assessment Notice. I Covina Irrigating 1 Company, princi- j fral place of business, Covina. Rowland j Township, Comity of Ix>h Angeles, ! State of California. j Notice is hereby given that at a j special meeting of the directors, held ! on the fifteenth day of November, ! 1W7, an assessment, (No. 44) of SO ' cents per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22ml, 1880) of the above named cor- j poration, av the secretary's office at j Covina, County of f,os Angeles, State j of California, Any stock upon which this as<tc&H- I merit shall remain unpaid on the 18th I flaj of December, 1W7, will be dclin- j fjuent and adverfi'sed for sale at public I lastly my soirfpln. ' harbor for all 1 wan denied robbing me, and his fnro wore a smile. Then I got a gait on me and went to a lawyer's ofllce. "T'lin you prove by a credible witness that you had ?!K) In fash when you entered I. ho harbor shop?' he asked. "I couldn't. "'('nil yon prove; thnt. your watch was taken in the shop Instead of being lost on I ho si root.'/' "I couldn'C. "'Are you sure thai you had your filn on !is you opened the door to enter'.'' "I wasn't. "'An lo your overcoat.' continued (lie lawyer, 'have you a bill of sale of it, or wa« any one with you when you hoiighl It? In oilier words, ean you fr-wofir lo Iho o\vnor.sb!i> In law of any l>arl Icular ovon.'oal V "1 couldn't. Hwoko ho WIIB throiiKli will. me. Tho ! ?«ction, ami unless payment is made: first tiling I mlsK<!(l on K"tthiK '>"'- "f the chfilr vv/i.s rny roll of money, n«,'Xt. my watch, next my ovommt, n«xt mid went for that worth, but ho afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of f.os A nudes, State of California, lo p;iy the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. H. F. Ki/AVA K/)S, Secretary. Covina. CaL. Assessment Notice. (Columbia Lanrl & Water Company, location of principal place of business, Covina, California. Notice is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the board of directors of the Columbia r^and A Water Company, held on' December ( Mh, l'»07, an | assessment of 500 cents per share was levied on the capital stock of the corporation. payable immediately in lawful money of the United States of America to the secretary of the corporation at his ofiice in Covina, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Hth day of January, 1'XiH, will be delinquent and advertised for public auction, and unless payment is made be"'Then I can do nothing tor you,' IK; Mid, mi.1 I went lo n K'Tond lawyer to f " r «' wl!1 '';«" 1(1 , "" th<: 2 ? lh ''** tfjf ' in, r |,,,,| !,.fl II,,. January. TW at H ,, „,., to pay the; be told the same thing, f had led th Bhop without paying for my shave, nud f was oven told Ih.'il, tlio harbor could arrest me for boa I Ing him out of IH conlH and have lye lined $•">. I believe I <'tiri i|Uoto ShaUespearo cor- reelly and dlstlngulHli hotwoon lea and migar, but, when It comes down to (ho law I am not In It. H.'H too kinky."— HochoHler Democrat and Chronicle. A PRIVATE DENTIST. One Luxury This Man Will Have When He Gets Rich. "If ever I gel really rich," said the man with a toothache, "I shall have a private dentist. What: do I w«.int of a private dentist? Well, I'll toll you. "It's bad enough anyway to Buffer from your teeth, but. to me fills suffering IB made doubly distressing by the clroitniHlanooH attendant upon my visit to tho dentlHt's ofllce. "I arrive there to find the dentist working away upon tho teeth of Home •patient In his chair, ami that always sort of disturbs me— to find somebody else being worked over and cared for while I wait In distress. I think I am entitled to all the' care and sympathy. And maybo I find somebody o|s« wait- Ing, perhaps a friend of the person In the chair, or Homebody walling his turn, come ahead of time, and that dlnliirliM me, for I like to wait with my pain In Hollludo. "Hut the dentist gets llirou<rh with (ho pallont In tho chair" on lime fur me, and 1 lake my place under his binnls. And I don't doubt Hint I go) his concentrated and complete alleiitiou and Hklll while he Is operating upon mo, bill ! iiiii't j/el .away from the idea (hut he Is working as rapidly as he can HO ns (o lie ready Cor (lie next pnllonl. "And then, wllli all my pain, I can't for^ol either (hat person In Iho walling roiiin waiting his turn after me, ami walling without a particle of sympathy for me, ami, In fact, rather Impatient of my presence and thinking of himself alone. This it- 1 nil her wounding to my well' esleem. "In fuel, however I regard II, a vhilt to the dontlsl's olllco is always a Jnf- ring experience. My dentist Is u man of the highest professional skill, and, MM I said, 1 am sure 1 gel his host care, but still all these familiar UiiiiKS (lint 1 have mem limed lo you jar me, and I would avoid them ;ill If 1 OiHild. So when 1 gel real rich 1 shali cerlaiuly have n prhalo dentist." Washington 1'ost. Samuel Warren's Vanity. Tin 1 vanity of Samuel NVnnvn, the nullior ill' "Ten TlioUNiiml ii Year," In his early years of authorship at least, W;IH remarkable, iiml lliere Is u Hlory told of him In tho efl'eet Unit on one oeeaslon ill a 1'rleml's house lu< had In take down tu dinner a lady whom hi? had not met bel'ore, and as sonn as they w.:iv sealed at table asked her If blie hud over beard of Samuel Warren. "<>!i, rrrtaliily," Wiis the rejily. "My husband prHVrs AVarri'ii's blarkhi^ bi any oilier. \\'e aiu'iys use It."—\\iMt- i.diisti-r (iii/.i'iii'. Choico of Evils. "\\ell, old man," said Sinnieksnii after tin 1 iiori'orimiiiiv, "I i-crtalnly waa t*uriiri>ed lo M'I % yon In prhalo iho- utr)' als." •'\.->\" veii",'l I'.rlMhtly, "but you bee n 1 didn't aiu>ear mi llu> slagf 1'J probably have to sit tu tho mull- care and be 1'ored tu death."- 1'hlla- rri;:-S. Mother of Invention. ub.mt •u.-ci'ssity belie,' thu of invention'. NO such thing, I >oti. Accident is the mother of co.-t of advertising and expense of sale. J. It. MATTMKWS. S-cretary. Office of company on liudillo street, Covi na. N. H. This assessment is for construction work on old well. Assessment Notice. Covina (/arageand Machine Shop Association, location of principal place of business, Covina, California. Notice is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the board .f directors of the Covina (Jurngc it Machine Shop Association, held on December 10th, l')07, an assessment of 250 cents per share was levied on the capital stock of the association, payable immediately in lawful money of the United States of America, to the secretary of the iiHKOciiition at his office in Covina, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 13th clay of January, l'X)8, will be delinquent arid advertised tor public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 3rd day of February, 19,08, at 2 p. tn., to pay the cost of advertising 1 and expense of sale. B. M. GIVEN, Secretary. Office of the association en Citrus avenue, Covina, California. Notice. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Covina National Hank, of Covina, C.U., will be held at its banking rooms on the second Tuesday (the 7lh) of January, 1<)OH, at the hour nf 3 ji. m., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other business that may come befui'e tin: meeting. V. (). KNGMSII, Cashier. December 7, l'M)7. Notice. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the United States Savings Hunk, of Covhia, Ca!., will be held at its banking rooms on tile second Tuesday (the 7th) of January, I'KW, at the hour of 1 p. in., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other business that may come before the meeting. V. (). K/NGUSH, Secretary. December 7, l'«)7. Notice. The regular animal meeting of the stockholders of the Kirst National Hank of Covina, Cul., will be held at its banking rooms on Tuesday, January M, P'OH, between the hours of 10 a. in. and -I p.m., for the purpose of decline, a board of directors and tiausacl- ing any other business lh.it may cume before the meeting. W. M. dh'lSWoJJ'), Cashier. December 7, I'»o7. Notice. The regular annual meetieg of the stockholders of the Covina Valley Savings Hank v/ill be held ill its hunk- ing rooms on Tuesday, January 14, I 1 MM, at 10 a. in., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other basiuc.ss that may come betore the meeting. .1. C. IH'TCUKSON, Jr., Cashier. Dei-ember 7, l'Hl7. Annual Stuvkholtlers' Meeting. itiit-U 'i-rs 'I Talk ustiuiv W— Boradent Toothpaste Ji ,^^M^ .^^SfSr^^ Is an antiseptic and J^ germicide. It neutral- i'/cs the'mouth acids that cause decay in teeth and prevents the> formation of tartar. Boradent whitens and cleanses the teeth, hardens the gums and keeps the mouth in a healthy condition. Ask your den-tist. At all drnigiits 25 ceati Troy Phirmicil Company IPOMONA STEAM LAUNDRY ! If you want the BEST WORK at the MOST REASONABLE ! PRICES give us a trial. TWENTY YEARS' experience has • taught us the CHEAPEST and BEST way to do your laundry. ; With first-class equipment our work and our methods are sanitary 1 and up-to-date. ; Leave Your Bundles at Rich's or phone him and the wagon will call anywhere in Covina or vicinity. LORBEER BROS. PER THOUSAND FEET GAS $1.5O Once a consumer of gas, always a gas enthusiast. Order now. Covina Valley Oas=» Company HUUTSOOK PI10105-1 to STYLE* TO CHOOSI MOM AT $2.90 PER DOZEN 542'^ South Broadway Corner Mercantile Place -L.O* ANGKLBS, C A L,.D. E. STITES manufacturer of fflfflf BLOCKS for buildirlga, piers, chimneys, porch columns, an.ything in this line. Contracts t.il<cn for prilling up walls for buildings and foundations. Blocks made anywhere on the ground. All sixes for sale. IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see rne before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler For a Short Time Only Special Sale Rugs and Matting Qlendora Furniture Store See 9x12 all wool guaranteed for $8.50. Regular price at other stores 10 to 12 dollars. F\ /\. SEIWERS Phone office K>f) Residence 3254 FOR SALB Good Orange Land Unimproved, near Covina, also orange groves, 3, 5 and 10 acres, close in, on electric road, suitable for subdivision. J. H. MATTHEWS CO. Sole Agents, Covina Pioneer Machine Shop GARRISON & BISBEE, Props. Automobile, Gasoline Engines and Bicycle Repairing BUILDERS OF PIONEER BICYCLES Home Phone 1068 Bemis Block W. L. Griffiths A. Warner J. C. Thompson mm, WARNER s THOMPSO Orange Groves, Walnut Orchards, Alfalfa and Walnut Lands. Covina and Baldwin Park Lots Selling Agents E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin's Lands Home Phone 1089 Branch office, Baldwin Park COVINA, CAL. The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing -^^^^&^&^'i-^ Why Don't You Move to Covina? * *' i Mhiv nl tlii- I'uviiiii p.iny . '1'ii (hi- I rri^.t I inn' IMi-.i,-,,- t.iUi- iintii-i- mi-rtiiii;' "t llu- y,t I'uviiia Irri^'.ii injf I'mnpanv hi'lil ;il i hi 1 iil'l'nv ol l hi- corporation in the C'ity of I'uviir.i, County of t,os An- ^I'lrs, Staito of I'.ilitonii.i, on Tiu-^iluy, UK- IHIi day of January. A. 1). 1'His, at In oYloi-k a. m., fur tho purpose of I'K'cting iliri'Ctors ami for llio traimac- lion of such other busiiu-h.s as may propi'i'lv ctuiio betnii' thi 1 meeting. H. F. KDWAKHS, Se-croUrv. Kati-d Dec. 14. l'M>7. * * * * * * *** invention in ninety nine huudred. -Header Maga eases out of d A Rude Littlu Girl. Maiden Ami! nvadiugi "In heaven ti.crc Is n.j maiTjIng or giving In mur- llnge." SiiiuH Mtule It must . •><.•(.' ui ilka heaven tu you here on eurth, dues'u't it, Chicago Nowu. l'\'rt i lili/er . \nent \Vanled. LiH'til to soil Swift's l'>ire Animal li/er^-; alt-o Nitrate of Soda, Snliihate ot !i. Smith ot ulara. 1'olash, of Carroll for 1'iirtii 1 - 1 4» :4. ItOI.I.UNHKCK STKKKT Covina oilers you homesites at reasonable figures; miles of beautifully shaded streets; gas, electric lights and. telephones; grammar and high schools in everv particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to and from. Losi, Angeles. Covina.will ;;ive you mountain scenery that is a daily inspiration; a jlimate without frosts and unscaked by fogs; mountain and well water in abundance. He-sides all these ideal conditions in which to live, Covina offers the best chance to the investor, the-business man, the agriculturist and horticulturist. Why don't you come here and enjoy life? 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