Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 28, 1907 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CAUFORNIA. Entered at the Postoflice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Cov^na Argus Publishing Company, Inc, SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance 81* Month* Three Months Single Copies 11.50 .75 .50" .05 ADVKRTI8RMRNT8: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners Sc per line each insertion. Legal notices $1.00 per inch first Insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. Dec. 28, 1907. Botno crusty old bachelor will tny that the Chrint,mnB Argun givon him indigestion, but he is not, in a poni Uon to know that Oovhm housowiveH «ro famous for their cooking, nor to rejoice thnt Covina Jardorw and BtockirigH are go well filled. Tho Argu« is thnnkful to say that at no Covina school, and to tho brat of our hfjlief, at no Covina homo, WHH tho door Hliut in the faco of the Christ Child thin yulotido. Said a ladv to tho writer, "i novor know a placo whero tho girta nindn wuch duliciuus candy and HO many vurieticH." The regular services of tho Methodist Church will be held as usual in feed's Hail. Preaching at 11 and 7:HO. Sunday-school at 9:46. Junior League aft 3, .Bpworth League at 6. Brethren Church: Sunday-school at 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. by Real Estate. J. M. Htanton reports the Halo this week of two residence lots in Palm Pltuje, on tho south Hide oil Cont.or Htroct. Tho price paid wan i&GfiO. Tho purchasers are Mrw. Mary Merrill and O. F. Preston. John Harris has purchased n r«Hi- douoo lot on tho Griswold tract, facing tho Ban Bernardino road. It la located on tho northeast corner of tho tract and tho price paid was S700. C. P. Jacknoii has purchased a six- room cottage of I. C. Fairly on Cottage Drive for 12200. A Veterinary for, Covina. For some time there has boon n good opening iu Covina for a veterinary aurgoou and horse dontist. This want is now filled by the arrival of Dr. O. T. A my ran Id, wife and three children of Newport, R. I, Tho doctor is a graduate of Mofiill University, Montreal, and JIHH boon a practicing veterinary for nearly ton years. Ho is delighted with Southern California and with hin family has come hero to make his homo. Temporarily ho will lie located at Hotel Vendome, but in a few days ho expects to bo found at, his homo on Enst College street, having rented tho residence recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Knglish. And "Pnt" Came Back. L. P. Hluitt, tho popular assistant B. P. agent at thin point for many years, loft early in l.ho week li» H.H- Hiime charge of tho company's biiHi- IIONH at Kl Centro, Imperial county. To tho surprise of his many friends 'Put was homo again on Thursday evening and says there in nut onough moi.oj 1 to induce him to slay there. The place is booming but them is no accommodation for man or beast. The S. P. depot is a box cur, half of which is partitioned oil' for living (|imrtiu'H. In this, IMIHJIICHH running into many thousands ot dollars in done eai'h week. The otifmtry around iu developing rapidly, but T'at says Covina is good enough for him. > Livery Changes Mauds. Tho City Livery, on Wont Hudillo ulroot, changnd hands thin wonk, its former jiropriutor, C. II, Stanlon, trading the buuineHs to C, 1«\ Smith for twonty acres of land north and 11 littlti tintit of Charter Oak depot. Mr. Stantiui retires with n-gret from tho geiifrui public but bin suc- cuaaor jo onu of Ooviim'n mont popular young men, who will aUnu-l !<> himself his full Hlmro of tin- livery business of Cuvina. Mr. Htuiiton , e\- l>eota to plant liia mnvly land to Cul. Death. MACHKATH. At DfccinbiT it), D iul ot Coint'lia (jf Scotland, u^i San Jamiit... nald, bulovcd K. Miu-Ufitth, 'd t!l yearn. Mr. int-rly .MacJieath and family \\ero for re.sidenlsi nf Cuviiiii, having an urunp' lanirli here. pastor; subject, "Wise Helpers Among the Hosts of God. " Chrjst- inn Workers meeting 6:15. Sermon at 7 p.m. All welcome to attend. G. F. Chernberloti, pastor. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Sunday after Christinas flay: Holy Communion 7:30 a. m. Sunday-school 9:45 a.m. Morning prayor II n. m. ; subject, "The Progressive Character of Ood'B Work in the Incarnation." Evensong, 7:30 p.m..; subject, "Numbering Our UayH. " The music of Christmas day will bo repeated. Anthem, "Behold I Bring You God's Tidings." Christian Church: Rev. W. G. Conloy, pastor. Hunday-school 9 :45. Preachin« at 11 by tho pastor; subject, "Tho One Thing Needful.' Junior Endeavor 3. Senior Endeavor (5:30. /'reaching 7:30; subject, "Simon the Sorcerer." Rev. E. II. Kellar of Los ArigelcR will preach Thursday evening at 7 :!50. All are cordially invited. Tho Epworth League of tho Methodist Church will hold u watelinight social in Reed's Hall on Tuesday evening, Doc, 31. All are invited. O. W. Clarke, president of the State Epworth League, and IIJH male quartet will have charge of the Epworth League service on Sunday evening in Reed's flail, commencing at (j: 10. Card of Thanks. We, the uudcriigncd, desire to ex- p^ess our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their help and sympathy in the time of our trouble in the loss of our dear father. Mr. and Mrs. U. Millar and family. Dissolution of Partnership* Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between Ilnrloy Garrison and Frank Blsbeo, under tho flriu name of Garrison & Bisboo, has this day boon dissolved by mutual consent, Harley Garrison assuming all liabilities and collecting all debts duo tho firm. Hurley Garrison Frank Bisbert Deo. 20t,h, 1007. Ed.-- This firm by strict attention to business to tho wants of its patrons has built up one of the most Hiiccmsl'iil bicycle repair businesses In the Man Gabriel valley, and tho Argus speaks from personal knowledge when it states to its readers that Mr. Garrison, who will continue the business iu its present locution, is deserving in every respect of a continuance of the liberal patronage which has boon accorded . the old firm. For Mother's Sake. President Roosovelt is responsible Cor tho word "wlronuou.s" having boeoino HO popular. No bettor adjective is furiiiHliod in the Hnglish laiiuuagi) to describe tho age in which wo live. AH a race wo uro a pooplo uf "nerves;' 1 wo demand oxoitomont, not, alone in our huuinoss and professional lifo, but of human nature. Carrie Ashley Clarke, tho author of the beautiful American play, "For Mother's Hako" luiilded a play to the ugo and time in which wo live. This masHivi* production is proving a bit; and popular suoooss. Tho Hcouery, Mago noltlngs, properties and electrical olfools arc rarried complete. And tho ninimgcmeiit claim to have tho most expensive cast over earned for u inolndruuiHtic product !• Hi. The lieautifu! pastoral picture*, Laktt Mt'guntiu by moonlight, gradually fading away in fleecy clouds, revealing tho intorior of n Hlatu prison, is a triumph of stagecruft, calling lur round at'tor round uf applause :ii nvcry porformunco. Thu third act shows u Colorado K"l<l iiiiiiiiig camp in full operation. Tilts is nni' of tho heaviest and moat complete setting of ita kind ever attempted. Tho hig oxplosinn at Ihe tin.ill of tbis art i.-i thfilliug in tht< i'\t i erne. The dale nt thid coinpail \ ''s lip peiininei- at thu \\'i>innn.s Club HOUSL' is Tue^.iav, I >!•<•. ,'11. 1!/HV. Adv. IRWINDALE. Homer O. Sentenoy of Illinois arrived on Christmas eve to pay a snr- irf® viflit to his sister, Mrs, Newlan. The family went to the home of Father Newlan at Downey to join n family reunion Christmas dinner and tree. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rftlchard spent Christmas at the home of DeForest Reichard of Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Westfall and Mrs, W. D. Smith of Long Bench attended the funeral of B. Miller's father last week. Mrs. Westfall is a sister of Mrs. Jim.T. Mr, and Mr». L. Snavely had a glad family reunion for Christmas dinner, covera being laid for over thirty. Miss Phoebe Brown was a Christmas guest of Mrs. Farrell and family of Glendale. It is reported that the new house completed two veeks ago by Mr. Sceley for Mr..W. Rich will aoon be occupied by the owner and a fair bride from Los Angeles. Cheap Land. Rich land; crops can be grown without irrigation; situated on line of Sante Fe near the town of Corcoran, Kings county; price fOO per acre; easy terms. Sole aKent, J. H. Matthews, Argus block, Covina. The Oreen-riarshall Co. Pure Mixed Paints. and their high grade varnishes will give satisfaction, even to the most skeptical painter. Their mixed paints will stand this coast climate longer, owing to tho fact that the Green-Marshall pure paints are composed of pure white lead, pure oxide of x.inc, ground in pure linseed oil. Those paints and varnishes can be obtained here at the paint and paper store of Mr. C. II. Kistler. VETERINARY SURGEON OR. R. J. RAMAQE Honor Graduate, Toronto College TREATS ALL ANIMALS 831 So. Los Angeles St., next to Alexandria Stables. LOS ANGELES Office Phone Home K 3351, Rea,, Phone Main 5162. Call* by telephone or letter day or night carefully attended to. Charges moderate. 809 South HIN Street Los Aitfetes, Cal. Strong, original, practical, SUCCKSS- FW,. "BKTTKRNEflS" its distinctive quality. Open entire year — begin when ready. POSITIONS SKCUKBD. Write us to-dav. (OYilU PldililKJ Mill J. C. NALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing- carpentering and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixtures. -See me before building- HAY m SALE To Our Friends and Patrons: t i We take this opportunity to thank you all for the very liberal patronage extended and for the many kindnesses shown us since our recent arrival among you. Our ambition is to make this one of the leading stores of this beautiful community by adhering, strictly, to honest dealing, low prices, prompt service, and last but not least, cleanliness. Again thanking you and wishing you a most HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, we are, Most respectfully, First-class alfalfa, barley and wheat hay delivered. C. A. GRAFTON Home Phone 2128 James Corbett ORDINANCE NO. 49. AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE TIME TO PAY TAXES OF THE CITY OF COVINA. The board of trustees of the City of Covinn do ordain as follows: 1st. The time for the payment of the taxes due the City of Covitia, that would become delinquent on the 30th day of December, 1907, is hereby extended up to and including Monday, January 27th, 1908, after which t,imo they shall bo delinquent. 2nd. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and shall cause tho same to be published once in tho Covinn Argus,after svhich the same shall bo in effect. I hereby certify that the forogoinu ordinance was adopted by tho Board of Trunt.oos of tho City of Covina nt its mcetiuk' of December 24th, 1907. Approved thia '24th day of December, 1907. AUSTIN WARNER, City Clerk. E II. LAHEE, President of tho Board of Trustees. Notice. The rcirular annual meeting- of the stockholders of the Covina National Bank, of Cuvina, Cal., will be held at its banking roo-ns on the second Tuesday (the 14th) of January, 1908, at the hour of 3 ]>. m., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other business that ma> come before the meeting, V. O. ENdLISH, Cashier. December 7, l l «J7. BlactcsmitHing All kitid» of general and heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks and Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 6A Shop West Bodillo St, Cavino Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. For pure, jmlroiii/e the U. Mumh, Pr iinudulte.ruted drugs Covina l'huimai-y, K. p. Notice. « The regular annual meeting' of the stockholders of the United States Savings Hank, of Covina, Cal., will be hold at its hanking rooms on the second Tuesduy(the Hth) of January,1908, iit the hour of 1 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other business that may corne before the meeting. V. O, ICNUUSH, Secretary. December 7, 1W7. (QY1NA IRANSfER HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling' and Furniture Moving. Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. Office on Citrus Ave. Covini, (ai Home Phone 108 I'huv \tiur span 1 t'lish in I lu-Cn\ ina Vull<'\ Savings Hunk, u sutV invr>i- menl at 1 jier coat. Order to Show Cause why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not be Made. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of I v oB Angeles. In the matter of the estate of Santiago I,. Martinez, itcceast'd. it U ordered, liy the Court, that all j persons interested in the estate of I said deceased, appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the 27th day of January, 1'XHS, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court Room of *aid Superior Court, Department 2 thereof, in the Court house, in said County of I,os Angeles, State of California, to show cause why an order should not l>e granted to the Administrator of saiil estate to -sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as may 1)0 necessary. And that a copy of this order IK- piilili.-ilK-el at least four successive \veek> in the Covina Ar>,".is, LI nev.-spapi-r printed and published in said County >it I,us Angeles. .TAMKS C. K1VKS, Judye of the Superior «.\>urt. Dated December ?.*. 1'UC. A. M. 1'ci.ce, at'.i'i nv_y for said estate. 1-18-H8 toss, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Brown & Bohri COVINA, CAL. HOLIDAY RATES ROUND TRIP One and One-Third Fare SALE DATES: For CHRISTMAS—Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 I'or NEW YEARS—Dec. 28, 29, 30, 31 and Jan. 1 Good to return until Jan. 2, 1908 SOUTHERN PACIFIC D. B. SCHENCK, Agent, Covina Phone 144 A. G. Qant CEMENT CONTRACTOR We do everything in first-class cement work and it will pay you to get our figures on your job, large or small. Home Phone 59 Phone Home 1170 REO Good Groceries We can \ n fresh ->t<>. k of staple and fancy groceries. Our veg-eta'. .-s are UK bc--,i to he had. Our teas and coffees are ;| excelleii A lurs^v >tock of canned goods, pickles, olives, !; ham-, .'on ami bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ! KOBT. CKENSHAW, Prop. 5«$S«S«S««3$$«3S«$«$$«$«$$«$^ TouriiiLj v H. D. Blanchard, Agent Pioneer Machine Shop GARRISON & IHSliKE, Props. Automobile, Gasoline Engines and Bicycle Repairing BUILDERS OF PIONEER BICYCLES Huiiu f iot)S Bemis Block

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