Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 21, 1907 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

Covina, California
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Saturday, December 21, 1907
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DWSIONISTS WHOOP IT UP Eighty Autos Make Biggest Tour of Campaign to Covina. In H spfictnnulnr KH^olino Wednesday, Pomona oounl.y boosters Hiicceerlerl in making the biggest demonstration to dnto in tint bitter fight for the curving of Los Angeles and Hnn Jk-rnnrdino connf.icH, 1)00 men in ninety automobiles penetrating to every Hcetion in the disputed territory, covering Hevonly rnilcH in their circuit. stirring iifi entliUHisiMin. IJeginning at 8 o'clock, the day WHS one whirl of festivity. On the several roads lending to the city were fo be seen farmers' wngonH, loaded to the rails with motley crows, all noisy and talking about the sntiif) thing. There were nineh owiHM'H and bankers, storekeepers and c.lerks, but the farming element predominated. To the tooting of horns, the honking of one hundred and twenty ;uit,fj mobiles, the crien of hundreds of throats imcl the salutes of a scorn of cornet", the procession heatJe/I (,'hino- wards. The day was bright, and along l.h<! roadsides had gathered groups to welcome and cheer. AH (.lie pi'oceHsioii advanced more motor cars fel I into I ine. I JJecaiiHc of the great, length of HIP, itinerary, impromptu sfieeelniH were omitted. Tim entire demonstrat ion j was but, a Hying visit. Thi! passing of the Hiring of machines did not end the celebration in the towns. (Jliino, Ontario. lip landH, CiK'.atnonga, (llenrh.ra, CJovimi, hailed the eutlKishistK More than an hour had passed before (lie last automobile had swung on to the Cnt.ario road for another nix mile run, From (Jhino the procession, stringing along through thn beautiful country for several miles, proceeded to Ontario, and after a short slop the line made for Upland, Mark Potter, a dashing young auto driver of Pomona, leading the way at, a pace that, was killing to Homo of thn smaller machines. George II. Miller, another Pomona automobile expert, had charge of the "fir-it aid" mnohine, which HomotimoH led, sometimes trailed the IDCCHsion. Miller carried a complete- repair kit, ready to assist unfortunates along the way. 'i'hcro were numbers of these, but their troubles were light. Three miles more to Uplands, another three to Cucamoiiga, twenty to CJlendora, and another nix to (Jovina— it was one of triumphant progress. As th(! autoinls whirled into Covina they greeted with astonishment a hundred and fifty of their follow partisans whom they bad left in Pomona, unabio to join owing to a shortage of machines. Hut these men from thi! heights of Uplands and the eastern part of the county chartered tallyhoes and every available, livery conveyance in Lordsburg and North Pomona. Three six -horsn tallyhocri, t-c.vcn thri o-Heatoi's and innumerable small rigs were soon bound for L 1 :; vina, tilled to overllowing. .1. L. Matlhmvs and ('apt. .1. T. lirady met the visitors nt I bin stronghold of Dm "iinlis," directing .siime to Din center room of the Cn vina House, where the Indies of the Methodist Church had picpareil a lunch ; ol liers |o I be hotel, und a lew to i he Covina Country Club, \\heiv (leorg.- (irilliliiH did the honors. ' Two hundred and eighty \vcrc fed ;il Ihe church lunch, nbuul one hundred at tin' hotel ami twenty •it Die c.lub. Mr. Matthews presided at a brief open air meeting on the main street, after lunch, introducing i. W. Lord of Cuciiinjiiiga, fill her of Lunlshurg and of the I'oinoim county eonven tiini, and nil found humorist, islm livened things U]i a bit in !l tree and easy way. Kiank lialfoiir of I'omoiiu, mi' of the campaign cominitleti, quoted Jluures to show thai the cost of Mill Ilillg till' pl'OpO;i"(l Colllll.V Ul.lllll III extremely low Imxer than iinw, 1111 tier I, os Angeles and San Heniardiiiu ei.unty i:o p , crnmeiil. While I inp-i la I couiiiy has been held up by ami ili\ i- i>,iii ,!•• as an eMimple of I he, high In \al ion that may tall UJHUI a new county, he said ibid uropcrly could not be used in comparison lie causo of the difference between coll ditionn pniMiiling there and those ill Die territory proposed tor Pomona cuunl.v. The sens.iliou of the dav was Dm speech of C. P. Uuey ol I' lluey is a master of t Im art ot < raloiy and his .-ipeech luirly si/./b-il with hot shut for the anti dh' His wus u imisiDi effort and brought forth thunders of applause. 1 Among the marahals of the day were: Lordsburg, Charles Huff, J. Keiaer; Han Dirnas, W. A. Johnstone, R. Ifoke, Dan Durkey; (lien- dora, Charles Warner; Covltin, A. McAllen, M. ,1, Downer; Ontario, Guv Dyer. H. C. Hhepherd; Chitio, R. J. Stuart; Uplands, Robert Welsn, Arthur ffaddcn; Cucarnonga, Jeff Kinnnid, Knink Cousins; (Jlarerriont, I'Yank Weir, Dr. ThomHs; I'omoi a, Oiptain Midgley, V. VV. Balfour, W. u. Truitt, . fas*** •*•'*'':-' . ".'. Owing to a .severe cold, H, P. Shepherd, the diviflionist Ji-ader, was unable to participate. ^T 1 . |jjp»*, Fifty of the aiitoinobiles made the run from Covina to Pueiite, where no ntop was made, and froin tliere into Pomona the trip was made in fast, time. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a special meeting of the directors, held oil the fifteenth flay of November, 1007, an assessment, (No. 44) of 5.0 cents per share wa.^ levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd, ]H>io) of the ;ibo$.e named corporation, al the secretary's office at Covina, County of /<o.s Angi,'!.c'.s, State of California. Any slock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the IHlh da) i if Dee.-.'inhfT, 1''07, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public am tion, arid unless payment is made before, will tie sold on the Hth flay of January, 1'IOH, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of f<os Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expense of .sale. H. !•'. KDWAKDS, Secretary. C.ovina. Cat Boradent Toothpaste Is an antiseptic and J^ germicide. It neutral, izcs 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 dentist* POMONA 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 and up-to-date. Leave Your Bundles at Rich's or phone him and the wagon will call anywhere iti Covina or vicinity. LORBEER BROS. PER THOUSAND FEET GAS $1.5O Once a consumer of gas, always a gas enthusiast. Order now, ! Valley Gets Company At all Arnggiitt 25 teat* Trojr Phirmacil Company Assessment Nolfce. Columbia Land & Wafer Company, lo- ca'tio'ri <>( principal place of business, Covina, California. Notice is hereby given that ;it a regular meeting of the board of directors of the Columbia [/and it Water Company, held otr December °(h, ]'lli~, fin assessment of 5oo cents per share was levied on the capital stock of tile corporation, payable immediately in lawful money of the United Slates of America tu the secretary of the corporation at his oilice in Covina, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Hth day of January, 1908, will be delinquent and advertised for public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold oti the 2'Jth day of January, 1'JOH, at 8 p. in., to pay the cost of advertising and expense of sale. J. II. MATTHEWS, Secretary. Office: of company on Badillo street, Covina. N. JJ.—This assessment Is for construction work oil old welU D. E. STITES manufacturer of (Mil BLOCKS for buildings, piers, chimneys, porch col'.iinns, anything in this line. Contracts t.iUen for putting up walls for buildings and foundations. Illocks made anywhere on the building site. Blocks for sale, cheap. IK YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. •» All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. SO STYLES TO CHOOSB FROM AT $2,90 PER DOZEN SoutH Corner M«rc»ntil« Pl«c» Phone 51. C. H. Kistler Assessment Notice. Covina (lUra^e and Machine Shop Association, location of principal place of business, Coviua, California. Notice is hereby give!! that at a regular ini'etiiig of the board .f directors of the Covina Garage it Machine Shop Association, held on December 10th, I'lOT, an assessment of 2o() cents per share was levied on the capital stock of tin: association, payable immediately in lawful inonov of the United States of America, to tin: secretary of the association at his office in Covina, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the l.ith day of January, !'««, will be delinquent and advertised tor public auction, and unless payment, is made before, will be sold on the 3rd day of February, 1'KiH, at 2 p. in., to pay the cost of advertising and expense of sale. 1'.. M. (11VKN, Secretary. ( Iflice of the association CMI Citriif. avenue, Cuvina, California. Notice. Tho ivirnlar annual meeting' of the j stncUhuldiTs of the Covina Xa'imial ! liank, of Coviua, ('al., will In- held al ' its hanking rooms on the third Tues- jday itlii- Mtli) of January, l'K)S, at the 1 hour of ,\ p. m., for the purpose ol ! electing directors and transacting any lollur business that may come before the meet i ng. I V. t). KXU MSI I, Cashier. 1 iceciubcr 7. l'Hi7. Notice. The regular annual meeting of the : sic ckholders of the I ! nileil Stales Sa v- ling* Hank, of Covina, Cab, will be ! held at its banking rooms on the third ! Tuesday (Uie 14th) of January, l l io,s, ! at the hour of 1 p. m., tin' the purpose j of elect ine, director.-, and transacting I any other business that may come before the meeting. V. ( >. KM, 1 I.ISII, Secretary. I lecember ~, l''o,". Notice. The regular meeting "I the .stockholders .'I the l-'irst X.iiiinial ; Haul-: .'i Cuvina, Cal , "ill be held at ! its b.mUiug ro.piu.son, .lauti- ! arv It. i'-'i'S, between the' lo a. m. ami I p.m., l»r tile purpose "I electing .i board of direclois anil tiansact- iug any other business that may come before the meeiiiie,- \V. M i,KlS\Vt >t,l>, Cashier. 1 U'.vinbcr ~, l l| ('7. Notice. j The re Miho .umtia! met-tieg of the I slocMK.liters o| the C.ivin.i V.ille\ ' Savings H.iiik « ill be held .u its I in- rooms on Tue>da\, January 14. ! I'KI.'-I, at lo a. m., for the purpose ot electing dii'i-csor,-. and ir.i iis.ictini; au> other business may Come betote j liu- meeting. I J. C. HCTCHKSi i.\, Jr., Cashier. December 7, l l 'U-7. For a Short Time Only Special Sale Rugs and Matting Glendora Furniture Store See 9x12 all wool guaranteed for 38.50. Regular price at other stores 10 to 12 dollars. R. /V. SEIWERS Phone office Residence 3254 FOR SALB • Good Orange Land Unimproved, near Covioa, also orang-e groves, 3, 5 and 10 acres, close in, on electric road, suitable for subdivision. J. H. MATTHEWS CO. T Sole Agents, Covina Pioneer Machine Shop GARRISON & BISBEE, Props. ~ Automobile, Gasoline Engines and Bicycle Repairing BUILDERS OF PIONEER BICYCLES Home Phone 1068 Berais Block W. L. Griffiths A. Warner J. C. Thompson GRIFFITHS, WMR & THOMPSON 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 Why Don't You Move to Covina? * * * * * ** llol.l.KNBKCK STKI'.i: T Covitui oilers you IHMIK-MK-, at rcas<niablL' li»uros; niilos of l)t>autiful!y shaded streets; giis>, electric lights and. telephones; yraiiuuur ;iud hi^h >chuuU iti cvi-rv particular above criticism; electric and steam transportation to and frotni Los- Angeles. Covin.i.wil! give you mountain *cetK-rs r that is a daily inspiration; a climate without frosts and unscaked by fogs; mountain and well water in abundance. iK-sidcs all tlu-so ideal conditions in which to live, Covina oilers the best chance to the investor, the'imsine-^ man, the agriculturist and horticulturist. Why don't you come here ami enjoy life? THE A.KGCS will be g'ad to i'urnisl' anyone interested with further information. $ 4 •!• -I* •$*

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