Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 23, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, May 23, 1908
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The Covina Argus OOVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Gal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Covina Ar^ns Publishing Company, Inc. SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Single Copies 11.50 .75 .5.0 .O.S ADVP.RTI8KMKKT8: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Lirters 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices SI.00 per inch first, insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. May 23, 1008. Well Done, McLachlan. In securing the insertion in the omnibiiH appropriation bill of a provision for 850,000 for H nite for tbe federal building for Pasadena, Con- grcHHrntin McLachlan h»H earned the gratitude which WHH officially extended to him today by the prompt fiction of the city's loading civic body, tho Board of Trade. In thin connexion, it should bo remembered that to Heoure favorable action on such a measure at tliiw time is more than ordinarily difficult, owing to the, tendency to retrench in the expenditure of public fundH outside of what is absolutely urgent. Congressman McLnchlan JIHH done well. PaHadena NOWH. Tho only men of worth to a town or community aro those who forget their own Hellish ends lon^ enough and arc liberal enough in their ideas to encourage every pul)lic arifl private enterprise, who are ready with purse and bruin to piiHh every project (!Hl(!ii1ot(!(l to build up the town and enhance il.a importance, Hays the Hayward Keview. The enterprise and push of a town or community in th" foundation of its permanent success. A town may as well prepare for its funeral as to hecomo indifferent to tho .enterprise in its midst. Men who come to town (o make their future home, and cannot sec far enough before tbom to see that money placed judiciously In n public enterprise of their own town will be n hundred fold added in the appreciation of their property, aro to bo pitied. Mrs. Sarah Crawford. Surah Crawford, wife of Richard Crawford, formerly of Fort Wayne, Indiana, died at the home of her step-son, Albert Crawford, in Covina, Friday, May ID, 1908, in her IMI.h year. The funeral was held Hiintlay afternoon, May 17th, at the Methodist Church and the Interment ill, the Mountain View cemelorv. Ueside tier husband and her stepsons, Albert, and Allen Crawford, residing here in Covina, she loaves two brothers and two sisters in Indiana. During the last eighteen weeks of her life, Mrs. Crawford lay helpless, and ofttimeH only Hcmi- eonsciout!, suffering from tho effects of a paralytic, stroke, During the rational moments she nave expression to the faith that was a marked characteristic of her life, expressing the desire to g<> to her heavenly home. During HUH long lielpleHsneHH she WHH most tenderly cared for at the home of her stepson, Albert Crawford. In her former homo she had been a member of the United Uretti rt'n Church. Harry \V. White. Death of a Hornier Covlnnite. Word has been received this week of the death of (1. ]'. Uarnott H| Oakland, on May 1 (i. Tho news came in the iiHtiiro of ii surprise, for Mfll (IN 11 has tevu Unowti fur »Dllie Uunj (hut the JeeeHHeil wart an ftiMitn sufferer from wiiiindu ii<rri\t'd in the Civil •war, 1t Wfitf not (nought ttmt they fct'f-e of Mu'li a iiiilun< as to eaiihO his di'ath, He leaves a widow whose deatll has lu'ell duily eXpoiMi'il for the past .year, anil a marrieil daughter, Mrs. Hpriugstt'in uf I'omona. Kur a number of year?; Air. HantH! vui.s the Siiiitlicin I'liHIlo agt'iu at this point, ruining here from I'omonii. Ho had biM'Vfd the company fur thirty yours and hud lun-n retired Just year ou a pension. His death is mourned hy inaiiy Iricnds in Co \ inu, New City Marshal Appointed. At a special session of tho City on Tuesday evening the resignation of T. A. McCormick, an CMty MiirHhul. tendered two week" Hgo, WHS reliictfintly accepted. The ofllce WHS immediately filled by the appointment of L. H. Mehnert to the position. The. appointment was an evcellent one as Mr. Mehnert, during his four years as Constable, has n I ready proved himself n fenr lost) ntid efficient nfficfir. AH soon ns appointed he was immediately instructed by the Board to see that the ordinance governing pool rooms WHH enforced in every particular and es pecinlly that section prohibiting minors. Mr. Mnhm-rt was also appointed Street Superintendent and Licensej and Tax Collector. i As Street Superintendent Mr. Mehnert has requested the Argus to announce that all property owners within the city will be expected to have the parkways and gutters in front of their property cleaned of all weeds within ten days as provided by ordinance. He has no desire to work any hardship on any property holder and he feels assured that, each and every <*no of them will assist hlrn in his efforts to clean up the town and make it the attractive spot that It should bo to all visitors. Tho Argus is confident that ho will have no occasion to arbitrarily enforce the ordinance, which ho certainly will do if thiH request in not complied with. Oddfellows Return. J. (). Houser and Otto Anderson, local representatives to the Grand Lodue, 1.0.O.F., in Heosion last week in Hacrarnento, are home again and made their report to the members of I he Oovina lodge at its regular meeting on Wednesday evening. It was a biiH.y session of the Grand Lodge and the reports of the Covina representative!] were full of interest, They stated that a pleasing feature of the session was a visit, by the members of the Grand Lodge and their ladies to the I,O.O.I' 1 . Home at Thor- malito, a report of which, taken from tho Haoramp.nto IJco, we publish in full below. Mr, Houser was accompanied by bis wife, who remained over at Wut- sonville on a visit with her sister. During his stay in tho north Mr, Houser visited his former home at Stockton, and also Ban Frnncieco. Of this delightful trip the special correspondent of the Sacramento Bee says: There were over 1,500 people at the I.O.O.R Home nt Thermalito yesterday. The Northern Electric brought 1,030 members of the I.O.O. F. and Kebekahs from tho Grand Lodge and Kobelcah Assembly, now in session in Hacramento, and about 000 from Orovilln, Chico, Grid Icy, Uiggs, Durham, Cherokee and Palermo, attended to assist in entertaining their visiting brethren. An elegant repast was spread, Tho visitors appreciated tho attentions paid thorn. Tho -magnificent Home, with UH beautiful surroundings delighted tho visitors, especially those who .saw it for the first time. Tho view of snow capped mountains of tho great valley, with the Butter Unites appearing like islands on a sea of fertility, of the rapi.l rolling Kealher River and of tho city of Orovillo, is a grand line mill charmed all. Tho residents of tint Homo wore found to ho contented and in good health. They minerally expressed themselves as natisflml. A few of tho more querulous told of their fears| of malaria, although it was remarked that none of them was sick. Tho majority of the visiting dole- gates, having hoard of the conditions aliinit tho Homo in former Grand Lodges, woro astonished at Hit) magnillcont establishment at Thennalilo. They complimented Dr. IVosn on his exeollent nmnagc- nient, Mrs. 1'rose, tho Matron of the llomp, OiUnO !" for 'I wlwro uf the Song Recital ul the Christian Church. The music Invtrs of C'uvina \\ill liii\t« tlic '•mo (rivilcgc ol 1 healing JVmcchH Lung "t Kentucky, in "lie if her charming i-nlc-i'lainnu'iiih nc.xl W'•iliit'Hihi.v evening, lu charm ol I eui.ii mid \, atid in Ii lc,iu'b ihf liciiil Mr.i. l.'.iig ii in I .-iir piis-a-d in tho tmiii'ii. Tin- ciiiri lainmi-nt H uudi-r tin- aiiMpii'e.i i ( i ti e l-'n-'k-avui 1 S< Hut all the visitors did not oxpn-sH satihl'iu'tion. Tlmno from the t-niilh cm i art of tho state were ilividcd in llmir ml itiiiln. Some did M>l huvc i kindly upiiiiouM of the ilouic. One ilt'lc^alo from belnw ttic 'i'liluu'htipi even went so far as to itiHuilo (liu , county In his unfuvoritllo cuinuicnt. He di.'ohiii.'il tho land would not ralso anything lint 11 n iiicmbur of the urdcr fnuu CMu'rokcc ufl'cicd to prove Unit bi'iu-r nraiim's arc raiscil in Tbcrinalito than MI siuy i'arl t.f Southern 1'alifnniia, ami WHS willing tn la'k liin upiniiiii with *"ui in guud gtilti coin. The iiiujnriiy of tbe diiU'tateH, IlliWeVlT, fl-l'UUI.l Illllcll pIl'H^I'li With iln- I.O. t) !•'. iiumc. TluMi' will he a iliM'iiasii'H uMi 1 il in the lirund l.dil^e. Regular services at the Church of the Holy Trinity to.norrow. Brethren Church: Hiinday-scbool 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Christian Workers' meeting 0:J. r > p.m. Everyone welcome. Christian Church, Hev. W. O. Conley, pastor: Sunday-school 9:45. Preaching flt 11 by the pastor; subject, "On the Heights of Carmel." .Junior lOndeavor '\\ Senior Kndea- vorO:l5. Preaching 7 :45 ; subject, "A Man Who Livet.h for the Present Alone." A cordial welcome to all. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school 0:15. Preaching by pastor at 11 and 7:30. Junior Kndeavor 2:30. Y.P.S.C.K. 0 -.HO. Subject for morning, "Who can Abide." Subject for evening, "God's Scales." All are most cordially invited to any of these services. Paul O. Stevens, pastor, Worship at the Baptiet Churc/b: IJible school f):4. r j. Preaching services 11 and 7:30. Morning subject, "IJible Predestination." Evening Hiibject. "The Key to Christianity." B.Y.P. (J. <i:45 p.m. Topic, "Being n Christian at the Ballot." Leader, W. Q. Custer. All alike aro welcomed to theeo services. At the Methodist Church: Sermon at 11 by Kov. K. A. Healy, D. D., Dean of the McClay College of Theology of the University of Southern California, and at 7:45 a revival service led by Ifov. O. T. Nichols; topic, "Nature and Duration of Future Piiriiflhrncnt. " Sunday-school at !):15; Junior League 3; Intermediate and Senior Leagues at 0:45. You aro cordially invited to attend these services. SHERIFF'S SALE. (No. 61081) Notice of Sale of Under Execution: Real Estate Will You Help Place Gas at $1.25 per Thousand? At the last meeting of the directors of the Covina Valley Gas Company a resolution was adopted instructing tho superintendent to put gas to $1.25 per thousand feet as soon as one hundred additional users could be secured. If you don't now lake gas, be one to help this guoci move along. (The company will do Its part. American National Hank of I/os Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff. vs. Rtirldock Trench Company, a corporation, defendant. Hy virtue of an execution issued out of the Huperior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, wherein American National Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, and Kuddock Trench Company, a corporation, defendant, upon a judgment rendered the «Sth day of May. A. D., 1%8, for the sum of eleven thousand eig..t hundred fourteen and forty hundredth!, Dollars. (311814.40), 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 arid to the following described real estate, >-ituate in the County of Los Augele?, State of California, and bounded and described as follows: All those .certain pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being- on the Riyht of Way, Reservation or Station Grounds of the Southern Pacific Railroad at Covina Stdtion, 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 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 beiny 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. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will, on Wednesday, the 10th day of June, A. D. 1908, at 12:00 o'clock, in., 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 defendant, Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation of, in and. to the above described property, or so rntich thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient 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. A Californium's Luck. "The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve;" writes Charles F. Budhan of Tracy, California. ,,Two 2Sc. 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. 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 Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, Stateof California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors, held on the sixth day of May, 1908, an assessment, (No. 45) of 7,5 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd. 1886) of the above named corporation, payable at once to B. F. Edwards, secretary of said corporation, at the secretary's office at Covina,County of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 9th day of June, 1908, will be delinquent and advertised for s;Ue at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 29th day of June,1908,at 2 o'clock iu the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of Los Angeles, Stateof California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. B. F. EDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Cal. For Sale—Buggy and harness in good condition. See Marshall, the barber, tf Free stone to he bad at U. M. Hughes ranob, northeast r>f W. M. Bowring's reservoir. Large and small. Come and get them. 5-23 Annual Meeting. To the stockholders of the Orange Avenue Land and Water Company: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Orange Avenue Land and Water Company will be held at the office of the company in the town of Irwindale, Los Angeles County, California, on Monday, the first day of June. 1908, at 6:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors and for the transaction of such other business a;s may properly come before the meeting. ALFRED WILSON, Sec. DANREICHARD, Pres. Stockholders' Meeting. To the stockholders of the Monday: Afternoon Club: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Monday Afternoon Club will be held; in the Woman's Club House, in the city of Covina, Los Angeles County,. California, on Monday, the 2Sth day of May, 1908, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of electing directors, and for the transaction of such other business. as may properly come before the meeting: CLARA S. RATEKIN, 5-16 Secretary. Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs for setting, 13 per 100, H. E. Ward,. Charter Oak. Phone 1261. tf Glendora Furniture Store Attention Please! If you are in need of any house furnishings it wilt 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. See us about Undertaking and Embalming Latest Methods Everything guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered anywhere in the valley free of charge. SEIA/IEARS "Sunn-bully Licit." l-'iii.l mil \\li" il W;IM at till 1 l't>|. lii;il ("oilivrl Mill MIT Is. .lunr '"III, l\i>inalih t'luli Hi.USl«. PROPRIETOR Phone 166

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