Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 30, 1908 · Page 7
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TRV THE */* 4, GOVINA FURNITURE CO FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF .FURNITURE Of FIOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE W. Q. CUST1CR, Manager Yosemlte Valley. Yoscmitc Valley is now readied daily after short and plcasat.t trip via Southern Pad lie to Merced. Yosetnile- Valley .Railroad and 12 miles stage ride. In formation may be had at H.tiithern Pacific ollice. All Favor McLnchlin. The caucus held in the packing bouse of the San Dimns Orange Growers' Association last Tuesday evening, revealed the fnc!. that there ia an overwhelming sentiment nmong the growers of citrus fruits that the Hon. James MeLachlin shall be returned to the next congress as the representative of this district. All the speakers of the evening emphasized the point that tariff re> vision \vtis in the air, and that when the subject was once opened up, the powerful fruit importer's associations of the Eastern cities, assisted by their paid lobbyists, would bo sure to make a terrible assault on the duty that alone makes possible a market for California oranges and lemons. James McLachlin was second to none of the California representatives in the fight that gave our growers protection; indeed he was instrumental in getting for our fruits bet- er protection than we had even dared to hope would be possible. In view of these things and knowing that our interests will be cared 'for by Mr. MoLachlin as it will not be possible for any new man to care for them, the sentiment was unanimous that any attempt to displace Lim at this time would be an unfriendly act towards citrus frnit growers and detrimental to their interests. With these things in mind, ' the following resolutions were prepared and unanimously adopted: Be it resolved, that we, Republican voters of San Dimas ic convention assembled, do hereby renew our allegiance to the doctrines and principles of the Republican party; that we fully endorse the present administration and declare that the benefits derived from the acts of this administration have been of far greater value to the common people than the results of any administration since the foundation of the Republican party; and be it further resolved, that in these, the closing days of the administration, we will forever love, cherish and revere that one greatest of all human rulers, our own beloved Theodore Roosevelt; and it is further resolved, that whereas the protective tariff created by the Dingley bill, which baa proven itself entirely just to both producer and oon- ..,,sumer, is the only method by whieh markets can be procured for onr citrus fruits, the only avenue by wln'Hb prosperity cau come to the California fruit grower, meaning that at all hazards the present tariff must be maintained and that we do, each and all of us, pledge ourselves that we will as individuals urge upon our renresentatives at Washington the vital importance of maintaining the present protective tariff upon California's greatest industry.—Sau Dimas Eagle. ALABAMA TALE IS DRAMATIC. Sheriff's Story of a Feud Ending In Murder. Sheriff W. C. Carroll of Pike county, Alabama, and Deputy F. C. Blackmail arrived in Los Angeles Saturday to take Davis Whitehead, alias Prank Smith, who is charged with murder, to Troy. Whitehead was arrested nearly three weeks ago on the ranch of J. O. Houser wn Han Bernardino road. The killing of John Riohnurg at Hopewell on August 1, 100G, caused a feud between that family and Whitehead's which has continued since. Wbitfihead, although scarcely more than '22 years old, is considered one of the best revolver shots in Alabama. He was a rjuict fellow and was pointed to by mothers as a model. On the diite referred to, a camp meeting was being held at Hopewell. Several hundred farmers were, present, including Whitehead uml Richbnrg. Both drank more whiskey than was good for them and when they encountered each other, there was trouble. Alter they had called each other names, Whitehead reached for his revolver. Kichhuru, who was only 18 years of age, turned and ran. Other men tried to restrain Whitehead but he leveled his revolver at the retreating figure of Kichbnrg, then fifty yards nway, and fired. The bullet killed instantly. Whitehead, according to the story of Sheriff Carroll, v.ent to the budy of his victim, looked ui it for a moment aod then mounted his hor^e and rode towards tin; euamps. For weeks he hid in the sw-arnps while his people took ca.ir of him and then ho got away an 1 had not been seen since or n;-en heard fixrn until located lu (,'oviua. Beaumont Acres and Lots Are In Demand. Transactions at Beaumont this week include the sale of forty-two acres of grape and fruit lands and fifteen residence and business lots for. a total of Sr>;U")0, making the total sale? for May in excess of 830,000. Sinco September 11 over 8'2'2(),000 worth of property has been sold. Added stimulus has been given to the demand for ginpn lands t-outh of the railroad .station by the announcement that dug and bored wells on several tracts recently purchased have reached water at from sixteen to sixty feet, thus solving the question of irrigation. Acres of these lands hnv-e been set out to vines, while Clem P. Johnson, formerly of Rhyolite, has bought an adjoining piece of property, fifteen acres in extent, for apple raising and viticulture. Most of the buyers of the lots and acreage are contracting to have their land planted to trees and vines before the ink is dry on their deeds, and Los Angeles seed houses aud nursery men report a heavy demand for their stocks r'rom Beaumont. Likewise building activity is maintaining its momentum and the board of trade reports the erf-ution of seventy-seven business, indus'rial and residence buildings within the past eight months. Parlor Car To Del flonte. For the convenience of passengers destined Hotel Del Monte the Southern Pacific has attached to its trains leaving Los Angeles daily at 8 a.m. a Pullman Parlor Car running through to Del Monte without change. 0-30 WALL PAPER BARGAINS There is a new wall paper store in Los Angeles where they .sell good WALL PAPRR AT 2c A" ROLL and the assortment is large. Fine nil! papers at 5c a roll and the best embossed gold papers at '>e ;\ roll. The stock is all new and is the best quality We buy by the carload direct from the mills and that i.-tiiihlcs us to name thr lowest prices. The best patterns of the Iv-st makers Ts' K W Y () R K WALL PAP K, R C ). Cor. Tenth and Main Sis.. Phone F5141 Los Ang<.'lt?» KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's ?rta< BoUle Free ^S£JLkUJ:ii u ,* 1 L^ J £ii! N ' s T ^ OUBL ^ OTy/k.BANT*RE.n SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. Patrick: Cement Pipe H. Tally flanufacturer ALL 5IZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished. — All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoffice Address, Covina Thoroughbred White Leghorn oggs foi setting, 83 per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 1'2(31. tf Annual Meeting. To the stockholders of the Orange Avenue Land and Watei Company: Please take notice that the annual meeting 1 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 as may properly co'me before the meeting. ALFRED WILSON, Sec. DANREICHARD, Pres, I. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at a reasonable cost to you. Wo. also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking- of purchasing a vehicle os any kind we invite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogden Personally Conducted Tourist Kxcursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Was hi tig ton, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the Rast without change of cars. Through the warmer climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '4% and across (ireat Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." D. 15. SCIIKNCK, Agent. Coviuu Home phone 114 or G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone ol; Sunset Main 70 Southern Pacific Los Angeles Office, (>(>() S. Spring- St., corner Sixth SHERIFF'S SALE. (No. 61081) Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution: American National Bank pf Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation, defendant. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, wherein American National Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, and Ruddock Trench Company, a corporation, defendant, upon a judgment rendered the 8th day of May, A. I),, 1908, for the sum of eleven thousand fiy.it hundred fourteen and forty hundredths Dollars, (£11814.40), 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, situate 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 (irounds of the Southern Pacific Railroad at Coviua Math.n. County ut L'>s Angeles and State of California, known as the Ruddock j Trench Packing il.m-<c. 1 All that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being on the Right of Way, Reservation or Station (irounds, of the Southern Pacific Kail- road at Vernondale Station, County of Los Angeles and State of California and more particularly described as lot being 5,0 feet in length by . : i0.4 feet in depth and distant !'>.* feet east of center of main track of said Railroad and parallel thereto between Kiigiuet.rs Station K77 and H4..} and H7H and 44.3. PUBLIC NoTICK IS HICRICBY (JIVKN, That J will, on Wednesday, the loth day of June, A. 1). l'*OH, at 12:00 o'clock, in., of that day, in front of tne Co'irt Hou*<- door of the County of Los Angeles, Broad.vay entrance, sell at public auction, for lawful money of the I'nited States, all the .-;t;l]t, title, <:!aini arid interest of y.aid defendant. Kuddork'Trench Company, a O'rp'iration of. in and to the above devribed property, or .•><; iniu h thereof a» may be necessary to rai-e sufficient to i-.ati-.fy -.aid Judgment, with in ten- and b >.atisfy said Jud;. aild C'ir>!, etc., tO highe By 1 Sheritt. W. R. H M bu'der. •<'. ti.i-. l : ,th V.' >! i W. das- of M;tv. l A. HAM Mi; I. .'.s A ngelirs C l:i.-,.:ailtiz, attorney . Tulare County Lands are selling more rapidly than at any time in the history of the state. Why? Because the land is fine, the water pure and climate conditions unexcelled for the growing of fruits, vegetables and alfalfa. Tulare County raises the cleanest oranges and the earliest. Though younfc in development about 3000 cars of oranges will be shipped this season. The #rape industry is one of the surest in- vestments of all, and pearlies, apricots, prunes, li^s, olives and all small fruits fjrow to perfection. We have sold over VUO acres of this land in the past two weeks. Tim shows how it is tfoin^. We have for thin week one exceptional bargain. 1M) acres only 3 miles from a ^ood town, directly on the railroad. Kim*. soil, no hard pan nor alkali, for only $25 an Acre We have seen these land-, and can tell you their ijiialitirs, or come and <^o up there with u^ and see for yourself. Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS COVINA, CAL.

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