Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 16, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, May 16, 1908
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the PostofFicc Covina, Cai., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Co vina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. SUHSCKJJ'TIONS: One Year in advance - - fl.5o Six Months .75 Three Months .... Single Copies - AnVI'.KTISKMKN'IS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices SI.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. May lf>, 1908. To Lark Fallen. Home again, May H, 1908. Pearly dewH of morning (Jlislon it) thine c.yc.H Warmer SIIFIH of noontide rirnilo wit.h glad Hiirprimi .Softening nhadcH of averting Brood iifion t.hy brow All t,ho honrH greet then Queen of nong birds now. Kippllng noiigH of Hpring I ,ide Clarrol from l.liy bruiHt Knrnmor'H warmth and gladness (Hvo thee of their host. Autumn's golden harvest Spreads for thee its Htore All Uifi seasons gruel, then Queen of song once morn. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, prin- of business, r.ovina. Row- '•ij;;ii place o of An- SHERIFF'S SALE. (No. (",1081) Hoo l.hy dainty KiHes to tliri sky Further .vol. and furl her Losr, to vi(-w on high ; Down she ninkfi responsive To her nestlings' need Hidden Hdfo from danger In I, ho uniHH and weed. Ho thy notes nwnet HongHtrcHH (!niTol in I he car Tinkling higher, higher, Pure and sweet and (dear. Down they tiink in sadness With a chant of pain Unt thy fimile'H Hvvnot Hunnhino IJin-HtH in joy again. May thy pure HOII! likewise JtiHO tho hoightH iibnvo Filling all who hoar thco With thoughtfi of heavenly lovo Fair Covina greets theo Crowning theo her briHt With tho victor's laiiroln, Lovo and peaeo and rest. Mi'H. Kosa C. Clarke May 11, HI08. CHARTER OAK, MiHs Sarah .1. iVlaeo, H'mlcr of II. C. .Mae.e, died in Ucdlandu ol' tnber- culoHiH on Monday morning, Ihn interment Inking place in <Jahdulo ('fumitory on WednoHdny. Iitse WIIH n nntivitof Now lliiinpHhini WIIH'd with griMil. devotion by lier Hi.slor of Urn HIIIIIO slutn. Tlie lultor rrtun'N limiio on Monday next. MI-H. ('. K. lihikd in cnlorlitining tier aunt, Mrs, Ihtmptnn, and MIMH i(no,\; of LIIH Angi'li-H for a week «iid vjnit, M I'M. Dunriill nl' liim Angclc'i in visiting lier lalhnr, T. licrrink, Mrs. Di'rric.k was taluui to I'liiimna lniH|'it- al In umltTLMi an opci nl ion and in nrogi'dKHtng slowly towards roi'ov- oiy. iNfriH. Oolemiin of Lnug licaoh in viniling bi-r si'~UT, Mrs. II. (>. Mace. Mr. and M rn. Stowcll and family aro spending Ibn week fiid with friends in Kc'llniids. Herviees HH usual in the f.'hiirrh of the Holy Trinity on Hnndiiy. Worship lit thf! Uwptist Chnrnii: Uible-Hchool !i:l"j. fnn^hing 11 B. rn. mid 1 ::t() p.m. by K( v. f/f.-o. VV. Tnylor of I.OH AriK''leH. Mi/mint; thomo, "Klnhing for Men." Hvn ing, '-vangnliHtlc. 13. \. \'. L". '!:!') p.m. Topic, "ffonsf! and Krrriuol." JjOdder, Mrn, H. \V, flaye. A cordial welcome to all is extended. Prfisbytfirian Hfi-vicr'S-: Suiidsi.s- KClioul f):ir>ii.m. At II o'clock Mr H. C. (iilinim, just, ror-cntly rf-tnuif-dj from n four .year'H ttiy in H.vria, will preach. Snb.jffit, "A Message to the CliriHtinn Church." Junior Kn- deavr.r, •> :.'!0. Y. I 1 . H. C. H. Cr.'.W. Mr. fiilman will nlno or-enpy the finl- pit in tlin overling taking tip Horn ft pluiHo of rnissioti work. All mont f:ordially invited to be present. J'linl (>. HteveiiH, pusitor. ChriHtinri (Jhnrrii: Rev. VV. C. Ooriloy, pastor. Mnnday-Hchool JJ:in. I'reac.hing at 11 by Hnv. II. II. fin.V, ri'contly of Tokio, Japan. Junior Kiiflftiivor 0:15 Pi'initihing by the pastor 7:-iri; mib.jeet, "Ksun and Jacob, or Diverging Paths. " fiood rniiHic. A cordial welcome to all. At tho Methodist Church, the pastor, Rev. H. W. White, A.M., will preach in the morning on "Our (ien- nral Conference, and VViiuMlic: d'lHlw aro doing for the Mant.w. *' Jn t he evening the IDth armivcrsary of the Kpworth Lengnn will lie M:\H- bnilerl with a novid and interesting program entitled, "How to Make the Kpworlh League Anlomobilrt fin," Sunday-school 0:15, class tiieeting I'2:15, Junior" League !J and Senior and Intermediate leagues 0:15. All. especially utrangerH, cordially in- vitwl to attend these servieeH. . g (•!.•«. ~,' ate of California . X'itir<- i -, h' -! '" v »v given th;it n* s ni'-eiing of the flin-r.tors. held un tin.' sixth f'.av •>' Mav. 1'xw. an a -i-c'-Htn'-nt, iN'i. J5 'if ~ : cents pi-r share was li-vifd upon tii<: capital Mock 'a<* iricreasc'l October 22ri'i. IMff.iuf the above named corpora tiun. payable at ouce to H. F. F/d ward «. M-rrelarv of s;iid corporation, at the MTcr'-ta ry'.s otnce at Co vina. County of Los AngfleM, State of (California. Any stf.r.k upon which this assfss- ment wiinll r';in.iiii unpaid on the Oth day of Jan?. \'ff;P, wiii be delinquent and advcriii'.'d for sa'e at public auction. and unless payment i* made be- f. .!••-. wiil be -'.Id on the 20th day of .Iiitn\l')i( 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of Lo.s A ngf'les, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of adverlin- ing and cxp''"SfH of sale. 1!. F. K1HVARJJS, Secretary. Notice of Sale of Under Execution: Real Estate Annual Meeting. To the stockholders of the Orange Avenue Land and Watei Company: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Orange Avenue Land and Water Company will be held at the of/ice of the company in the town of Irwindale, Los Angeles County, California, on Monday, tho first day of June. 1908, at 0:30 p. tn., for the purpose of electing directors ana for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. ALFRED WILSON, Sec. DANKEICHARD, Prcs. Unforgettable melodies of tho old Hnuth. .Now lag-time and la.Hty vando- villo. WoinaiiH Club House, June filli. GALLERY WIT. Delinquent Notice. Office of the Covina Oarage and Machine Shop Association, location of principal place of business, Covina, Los Angeles County, California. There are delinquent on the following described stock on account '-f assessment levied on April 15, 1908, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders as follows: i Mantis Wright, 4 shares, amt. ?20,00. I 1 '. M. Chapman. Hshares, amt. £40.00. And in accord with law and an order of the board of directors made on the 15th day of April, 1908, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may tie necessary will be sold at public auction on the 8th day of June, 1008, at 2 p. in., to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. B. M. GIVEN, Secretary, Office of the corporation, North Citrus Ave., Covina. IRWINDALli. .Miss I'hoebe llrinvn iri ill in bed willi a severe atlaek of laryngitis. II. I!. Seat lui.-j sold h'M live acre home ranch to Hurl,HI Miller, bill will move Ihe hi'UHo unto his niher property nearby. Mr. Miller will build a handsome i esidenee, tint) eollliael fur which hits been ejvellf to Mr. Seeby. Local News. Mr. (ii'urgc Smith is scriun^l.s ill at bis hnmi- mi ('Urns av<'nin>. Miss Helen Williams was llie (,'iiest last Sunday of M i^ .Irs.-ii' Ki^iler. Motorc.N cle fur .-ale dill el.i a|i. Si-n luchler. It I (lie nf t lie plea-.lilt iltl ail's nf I 111 week wa.- lilt 1 |<arlv at llie I.UHIO nl Mi-s Maillia S.-ll nit la-i M iul.iv eveliinv! win-It li illlei-li nl hi-r xmin^ tliellds -.lull- II|.'H! her II III'. .'. ai : 'S l.i heln iu-r cflt'l.iate ln-r l.ii I li.lay. \ men \ e\ i n iii g ^^ as ,-| eh I '.', i' L uair i- -, ittit-r w hii'h l!j.:ht n 11 e-!mu-..l-. \\tn- bel \ I il. Sometimes the Actors Turn the Tables on the Interrupters. Soino iinnmlng IiiHlanfc.s of tho wit mid humor of (he .grtllery and jilt patroiiH of the drama are printed In tlm English Illimtratcil Magaxlno. On one ol' the nights of tho npora of "Cymon" at Dniry Lane a dlsHatlsfk-tl eril- Ic when Mr. Vonion began the lawt: air In the fonrlh act, "Tom from me. torn from me! U'hleh way did I hey take her''" Imnii'dlalel.v Hang In t!it; exact time ol' (In 1 air. lo the aMlinilshinent o!' the iindli'iM 1 !', "\\'liy, t.iward Lung Aero, toward Long Acre! ' Vt'i'imn for ;l moment Htunned; but. recovering himself, he s:in^' in reJoinder: "Ho. Im! Hid they so? Then, I'll overtake her! I'll soon overtak'.; ! her!" and prcHpilaleiy run off amid i the plaudits nf ihe whole limii-'i 1 . In "Saiiehn I'aa'/.a." a comedy in three acts, by I Mil'real, the dlll;e S.'l.VM ' !lt (he be;;Iiiiiiug ul' the third ad. "! he- gin to gel Ihvd of Sancho." "Sn do I. ' said a \va.u In Ihe pit, taking his lial nnd walking out. This sealed the fan- of the pli-ee. \\'heii Jnl'.ii Reeve was playing 1'oiu- bustes at Krislnl npuii being sl.iMied by Artlxomnnis he denied the fairness of Hie thnis'l and, a|']iealili!.^ hi tli>- pll, said. "It is lint fair, :-ir, i-i I ':" \ baiii- lieaded ;;i'iil leiiian wn.i [iriihably tn:ik the \ f , h"!e re.'ire'-'eiilali'i:! l> b.- scrimis ; and lo xvhoai Itceve dll'ec; 11 ,! his glaiii y ' rephf.l, "I'leally, sir, 1 canimi sa.v. I'ur I ilnli't t'elli e." I'arry Sullivan, the lrHi Iragrdian, \\as playing In "Uii-hard 111." smue years ago at Shrewslmry. \\'heii he eani" In llie line. "A hm'se! A bn"se!i My kingilni:i rn" a Inav-e!" s nue one In ; the pi! called out. "Wouldn't a ilmikey ! still ynn. Mr. SulMvaii'.'" "Yes" iv- i spulliled Hie ira^'eiliaii. Illfllilig ip.llcU- , ly mi llie in ei rnpler; "please ('time; round to 111" si;r:e din: 1 ." i How Rfil Herrings Came. The lir^t i'ed herring was accidents 1 .!- ] ly prnduee.! in Mn^lantl mans years j a 1 '!! l.\ a ii .li.-i iiiaii who, having a Mir- I j.lns ni' I re h bei i in u, hni!!; I lien i u|> In ' a -,in- k\ --la il tu dry ami ihrii I'nr^Mt ;,11 iibnlll III.'III. \Vllell lie li'-'Ufd Sit them s..:ne ihne after he 1'munl that they liaM . han^e.l in colur. The l.Mtg. : In \\ hm.i Hie li- iies \\ ere presciHed. was MI inleiv-l •>! llial In 1 -:ave ju'linis- simi t,i tbe li^beruiaii to cxluliit the'ii ainiitni tie iiiuntry as strange inuii- Sl CIS H i:; Nerve Good. I M---.I i'. -•••-il i ii'.uu! i i te.-iiK! n Yitn , 1 a i!i..i- ai l'a;!ui'e i:i V" 1 ' e!!iir' tn Yosemite Valley. Ysemito Valley is now reached, daily after short and pleasant trip via Southern Pacific to Merced, Yo- netnite Valley and 12 milcis stage rido. Information may be (had nf Southern Pacific office. AIIUT can National Hank of Los A n- gel-j.s, a corpuration, plaintiff, vs. Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation, defendant. liy virtue of an execution i.sf.ued out j of the Superior (><urt of the County of I Lo.s Angeles, State of California,' wherein American National Hank of Lou Anereies. a corporation, plaintiff, and Kuddock Trench Company, a cor- j poration, defendant, upon a judgment rendered thy 8th day of May, A. I) . 100H. for the sum of eleven thousand eig..t hundred fourteen and tony hundredth* Dollars. (*11H14.40), lawful money of the United States, besides costs and interest, I have levied upon all the right, title, claim, and interest of said defendant, Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation of, in and to the following described real estate, | -ituate in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and described as follows: All those certain pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being on the Right of Way, Reservation or Station (ironrids of the Southern Pacific Railroad at Covina Station, County of Los Angeles and State of California, known as the Ruddock Trench Packing House. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being 1 on the Right of Way, Reservation or Station Grounds, of the Southern Pacific Railroad at Vernondale Station, County of Los Angeles and State of California and more particularly described as lot being 50 feet in length by .50.4 feet in depth and distant 39.8 feet east of center of main track of said Railroad and parallel thereto between Engineers Station 877 and 84.3 and 878 and 34.3. PniJLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will, on Wednesday, the 10th day of June, A. D. 1908, at 12:00 o'clock, m., of that day, in front of the Court House door of the County of Los Angeles, Broadway entrance, sell at public auction, for lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of said i defendant, Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation of, in and to the above- described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufli- cient to satisfy said Judgment, with interest and cost, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 13th day of May, 1908, W. A. HAMMEL, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By Eugene W. Biscailuz, Deputy Sheriff. W. R. Hervey, plaintiff's attorney. The Use of Sunny Monday Laundry Soap means CLEANER CLOTHES LONGER WEAR LESS LABOR GREATER ECONOMY Can you think of any better arguments for a laundry soap? Ask our solicitors about our special sale on this soap. Phone 43 Brown & Bohri GROCERS A Californion's Luck. "The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve;" writes CharlesF. Buclhan of Tracy, California. ,,Two 25c. boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles, which had troubled me for years and that -yielded to no other treatment. Sold under guarantee at C. F. Clapp's drug store. COVINA MEAT MARKET J. P. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in- town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 36 PAMD V-»r\/'\l JEM OF THE SAN t-rABRIEL CANYON. stage rmnning. Mountains are fine now with no- trouble to catch the limit of trout. Address Camp Rincon Resort Co., Azusa, Cal., or Peck-Juclah Co., 553 South Spring street, Los Angeles. 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 wapon will call anywhere in Covina. or vicinity. LORBEER BROS ) 0 Glendora Furniture Store Attention Please! If you arc in need of any house furnishings it will pay you to get prices of us before buying. We have the goods, all kinds, and at very low prices. We can save you money if you will give us a chance. Phone us about window shades. Sec us about Undertaking and Latest Methods Everything guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered anywhere in the valley free of charge. A. SEIMEARS 0 0 0 0 0 0 PROPRIETOR Phone 166 0

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