Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 26, 1908 · Page 3
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x GOVINA FURNITURE GO SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF „ fURNITIM or FLOOR COVERINGS W. Q. OUSTER, Manager Yoscmlte Valley. Ynscinitc Valley ia now reached daily after sliort and pleasant trip via Southern Pacific to Merced, Yosetnite Valley Railroad and 12 miles stage ride. Information may be had at Southern Pacific office. * # # * S Saturday Scribblings J * * * * A California "Sons? of the Shirt." (After T. HcxxO With HiiRers manicured flue, with eve-lids massaged each night, A woman sat in a spotless shirtwaist, at work by electric light; Stitch, stitch, stitch, with scarce time to eat or rest, And still with a voice by Delsnrte trained, she sang this song of the West: Work, work, work, its 110 in the shade, , « And work, work, with cooking and beds to be made. It 1 s oh! to have a slave; but they're thirty dollars, I'm told; No washing, nights out, a piano to play, or useless and sassy and old. Work, work, work, with no time for repose, Work, work, work; when the freight war ends nobody knows; Tucks and ruffles and gores, featherstitch, French-knots and lace, Till over the shining I fall asleep and fall over flat on uiy face. Oh! men with sisters dear, Oh! men with mothers and wives Please do get up and water the lawn, feed the chickens and clean the knives. Work, work, work, I've a paper to write on "rolled wheat," Work, work, work, the church must bo kept on its feet, Cook and bake and wash, wash and cook and bake. The children need clothes, but dear only knows, whether by Easter they'll make. Work, work, work, in a blaze of golden light, Work, work, work, the weather's too warm and bright. The children are making dirt pies; I must stop them; its-real ly a sin. The boss is coming home from work and a caller has just stepped in. It's oh! to sit at ease, 'mid the flowers in my garden bright, But alas! there are weeds to hoe, and the sprinkling to do every night. But, one short hour to feel An eastern twenty below Would cure all my plaints in a very short time; So I guess I'll stay here, you know. — Rosa C. Clarke. Every man is a poet who has it in his heart to say: ' 'It is a flue day.'' Poetry is not an abnormal product of the mind. It is the normal from which we have widely swung in these days <jf drudgery. Many a man spoke to the Scribbler and said it •was a fine day this week, for which Southern California bo praised. These days with the cool mantle of fog in the morning, lifting in the early hours for sunshine with gentle breeze, continuing until the sun goes down like a glowing caunonball with only a few minutes of gloriously colored twiligh'- these are the days making every man a poet. And this appreciation is not written for the benefit of tourists. Some things we reserve for ourselves. If the upper San Gabriel valley ia contemplating the formation of a large choral society, the project should be encouraged in every way. Let utt remind you of something from a sordid viuvv if you will not look at it from the educational and musical standpoint. A big Biiccessful society means that the name of Covinii ami environs will go into tht3 Southern California papers for big, appreciative, write-ups of this affair advertising space for which Covina would lie obliged to pay good, hard dollars if the same space were devoted to display exploitation. That's one way of looking at it. It'ci a safe bet that many a man thi.s week told his wife with a t-our face that he didn't want to K<> t'> the circus, but that he Vposed he'd have to KO and take the kida. Oh, what a blfa->int! children are sometimes! Tnat would he the only excuse to the uian who wouldn't rni=a the eir- oiio if he had to (jo in disuse. Kids indeed! There is no man too old lint to enjoy the circus. The annual circus i* a safety valve which blow-, off about this lime each year. iJon't dissemble. (Jn 10 the circu-j and say you like it, because v A rather laughable paragraph in a paper from the far east is that which deals solemnly with the question as to whether the citizens will be able to stand the smell of crude oil if it is applied to the roods. It seems that the east is slowly waking up to oil as a layer of dust. The transcontinental railroads use it, but the eastern towns still stand back and discuss it with disfavor. Oil sprinkled on those splendid macadam roads of the east would not injure the olfactory nerves of anyone and would obviate the necessity of running the omnipresent water-wagon. And then again, if they didn't have water-wagons, nobody vould bo in danger of falling off. It's a pleasant sound of mornings to hear the school bell. All summer long we missed it. The troops of children on their way back and forth give the town an enlivening atmosphere. It is on incentive to hustle. And just about the time we get our school houses all built we'll have to remodel them to make more room. Demand for Government Stenographers, Railway Mail Clerks, Bookkeepers, Etc. For some time there has been such demand for Stenograohers, Kail way Mail Clerks, Bookkeepers, Forest Clerks, Isthmian Canal Clerks, etc., that the government is having trouble to secure enough help to meet the needs of the service—due, no doubt, to the fact that so few know how to go about preparing for and securing these positions. These positions are quite pleasant and practically permanent; the work is light, the hours short, the pay good—81200 to 81000 a year to begin with in the Philippines and Panama (with free transportation), and nearly as much in the U. S. A good thing about many of these positions ia that they constitute the very best preparation for any other line of clerical or commercial work. The San Bernardino Business College and Civii Service Institute is the only school in California making a specialty of coaching for the U. S. Civil Service and assisting young people to secure goverment position's, examinations for which are held in the same building occupied by this school. Particulars can always be had by writing the school. How's Your Stationery? Once in awhile an idea for advertising finds favor immediately with the public. That is the experience the Argus is meeting with in relation to the new commercial envelopes just now put on the market. An attractively printed envelope is a rare thing—it is a hard matter to accomplish, but judging from orders we think we have solved it this time. The envelope is printed on the reverse side in green or blue ink, netting forth in clean type the advantages of Covina and vicinity, speaking of the 800,000 high school and of other things of which wo uro justly proud. The retail price is ten cents the bunch at Clapp's ding store, and it will pay you to ask him to show a sample. The Argus shop will supply the rancher or business man with this same envelope hi quantities! not less than 250 for a siriglo order, and will place th« regular business address of tho purchaser on the front. Order your stationery made this way arid keep in thu front rank. We have already sold over ]0,."iM(j ( ,f them. Convention in Pomona. The nineteenth annual coin cut in; of the Southern California State Sunday School Association is lo lie held at. Pomona on October H, !) and 10. The association anticipates I he biggest convention ever held in the history of the nrgani/atinn. The program is.divided into departments and embrace* I he entiie work of the Sun (Jay School i:i any of the evangelical churches. Dr. K. S. Chapman, tho hero of the anti saloon forces in California will deliver a forceful address. The convention miieic will l,e in charge of Prof. H. I'. Stoul, who needs no iniroduct ion to cmi\ cut ion workers. The association i-, .sending out an <:!irne-,t appeal for HI tendance all over the s<,utiiern [.oition of the state. They Take The Kinks Out. "I have r.s.-d l>r. Kint;'-. X'-.v Life Pill-, for iiiJi,;, yr-ar.->. with ii.' r--;i->iny .•satisfaction, 'ihey take the kick-, out nl .-.t'<in;ich, li'.'-r and oov. ci -.. v. itho'U 11--,, or fri.:!i-/!. " -ay, X. H. Jiro-.v. .,f i'i'.t it. >:!<!. Vt. <» i.'irantcc'! .-»a '! if ae t ,'•, a'. I', i-. C:, M •/, •.:.-.<' .tor.:. :--,.. Special School Tax Rates for Districts Widely Vary. Special school tax rates for Hie 23-1 districts of Los Angeles county, as computed by Clarence Mallard, chief deputy county auditor, shows levies varying from 4 cents to 81. (50 on each 8100 assessed property valuation. These rates are in addition to tho 22 cents common school fund tax included in the county tax rate of 1.10, and arc .for tho purpose of meeting interest and principal on special bond issues for high school and for high school building fund. Tho lowest rnto of -1 cents is found in Los Angeles city, Arcadia district and Tho Palms district. Mintinouto has the highest rate of 81.(iO, whilo a dozon districts, whore new schools hav*> been built, have rates exceeding $1.. Following are tho special tax rates for tho twenty-seven incorporated cities and towns of Los Angeles county: Alluunbra, 91.10; Arcadia, .04; Azusa, .GO; Clarmuont, .'U; Comp- tou, .52; Coviua, 81.37; (ilondalo, .70; Ilermosa Bench, ,00; Hollywood, .80; Iluntington Park, .1-1; Inglewond, .52; Long Beach, ,3<i; Lordeburg, 50; Los Angeles, ,04; Monrovia, 91.30; Ocean Park, .06; Pasadena, .07; Pomona, .10; Redan- do Beach,.40; San Pedro, .25; Santa Monica, .2!$; Sawtelle, .13; Sierra Madte, .40; South Pasadena, ,88; Watts, .56; Wbittier, .59; Wilmington, .25. Do not forget that DeWitts Little Earley Risers are the best pills made. They are pleasant little pills that are easy to take ancl are prompt and gentle. We sell and recommend them. Sold by C. F. Clapp. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Henry Galiring 1 , deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Henry Gahring- deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having- claims against the deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator of the above named estate, at the law office of Geo.'L. Sanders, Room 325 Wilcox Building, Los An- peles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of said estate. Dated this 26th day of September, 1908. W. A. LAMLEY, Administrator of aforesaid estate. Geo. L. Sanders, attorney for said administrator. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES OKDKK TO SHOW CAUSIC WHY OKDHK ()!•' riAI.Ii 01' KKAI, ICSTATI/, AND I'J'.K- SONAI, I'KUI'KKTV SIIOIM.H NOT 111'. MADK. Iri the matter of the estate of George Smith, deceased. IT Is Oi(l)KKKl), by thu Court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the 2M!i day of October, l'X)H, at 10 o'clock ;.. rn. of said day, at the Court Room of said Superior Court, Department 2 thereof, in the Court House, in said County of Lo.s Angeles, Slate of California, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the administrator of said estate to .sell so much of the real estate and personal properly of said deceased as may be uecii.-,- sary. And that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Coviua Argus, a newspaper printed and published in .->aid Counlyjof Los Angi'le.-,. JAMES C. RIVES, Judgr of tin- Superior Court. Dated Si'p'i-int.rr W. \'H H, A. G SMITH, Ad mi nislra lor. A. M. I'KNCE. atf.rni-v f .r-.aid r,lai.-. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of bii-ii licii, Coviua, Rowland To w n.->hip, County of Los Angeles, State of ('alifornia. Xotic" i-> hereby given that at a inee!inir of Hie director •>, held on the eighth day of September, ]'.><,'•-(, an iis»- ensnien t, (No. 4d; of r .O cent-, per share was levied upon the capital .->tock (a.-> increa.-.ed October 22nd, 1'Mo) of the above named corporation, at the secretary'.-, office at Covin.i, County of LO-, Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon which thi.-> aliens- iiient shall remain unpaid on the 13th flay of October, i'K'n, will be delinquent and ad vert i.-.ed for .-.ale at. public auc- ! tion, arid in.lens payment i-, made before, '.-.ill be sold i,n the 3d day of .\o• veitiber, V><!'•,, a' .'. o'clock in the after- 1 noon, a) the old" e of the company in Covina, <'. ount', of Los Angelrs, State of California, to p.iy the '!••! i/.<| yen i : assessment, tog> trier with <.<,->( of ,-i\- ver'.i-.i'ig and expeii-,.; of sa>. i;. F. KD',VARD.->. ne..ret.,ry. Watches The advantage of a big stock "for the man in a small town A Saving in Price on Celebrated Makes and Movements Wo offer a large line of Makes and Movements. New style cases. Full {.niarantced. HOWARD WATCHES Special fine gold filled casts Perfect time keepers NEXT ORPHEUM THEATRE 2,2.9 SPRING 3T ' LOS ANGELES.CAtt BARBERS AMP SHAVERS ATTENTION Shaving 1 a dclig-ht. Use i. 1 Sunset Dry Hone. Four strokes before each shave all that necessary to insure perfect shave. Mailed to any address on receipt of price—regr.lar size $1.00; large size $2.00. Agents wanted. J. T. CJrowe, Manufacturers' Agent, 507 Delta Bldg. , Los Angeles, California. KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOR C8S8 18 JSSk. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY] OR KOXTBY REFUNDED. Q. W. MARSH Practical I CARRIAGE AND AUTO fltainttr Shop opposite Postofiice COVINA COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. i j Citrus A venue Jfiivintf recently installed the latest improved shoe machinery, I am now prepared to do all kinds of shoe- repairing at sliort notice. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. Men's Hewed half .solcn 75<e Ladies' si-wed half soles M)c Ladies' nailed .SOr, N? !i i * * \ # ! # ! * * 1 * ' # . * * , # * * # # * * * * * # * * * # * * * * *##****##*#*##*## •# * /ftr. IRancbcr You are conduct int' ;i l<i({ liusiiicsn more moiiey invested Iliar many li;;-.me->»> hou.ien do a ^ood '!'•:! of corre^jjonde n cr, don't you.' \><> you always have .-.nila'de l/.i|»rr handy v/hei, you ;; r'n to write'.' l)'i you know that v.i' can furnish you with tin: vi-ry hc-nt of writing \>;t\»:r and en v.'lopr.-,, neat 1 y pi i n ii-d v. ith your name or the iiunn: of y/ur ranch, tilao-: of re->i- di-nce and date line, cheaper tnan you < an wcure taoiet^ and en v.-lopen in .".u.ail ijii.j n- titii.">.' '1 hi-> will make your corr'--i(<oiidc;ice i<u.-,i ne -,-Jikc and more convenient. COVINA A K*x ('.-,, i'KJ.Vl'h'K * # # * # * * * * * * # * Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via" New Orleans, El Paso or Ogden Personally Conducted Tourist Excursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washington, 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 '49, and across Great Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." I). B. SCIIRNCK, Agent, Co Home phone 144 or G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone hi; Sttn.sct Main 70 Southern Pacific Los Angeles Ollice, (>()() H, Spring St., corner Sixth Clarence Allison Plans furnuhed for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA, CAL. KERCKHOFF/CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co, Phones: Home HH; Sunset 253 COVINA, CAL E A L D ' S :.-=^=^~: 014 South Grand Avnnua, Lot An«nle>, California. Tho prrniitoHl buiilmwii trulnliitf liiHlllullun In lliu Huuth. Oimn (JiiHtiir Dm mit.lrn year. Wrllo for imrtioiilurM. J. W. I.ACKKY. Mi»|inf"r. I. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the hest equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and a.t a reasonable cost to you. We. 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 tin: matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Moving: Heaven and Earth And also a:iylhiri(.; else that will move. Tr.insf'rriiitf lurmliirr, pianos, delivering express pa< ka^es, carrying I'lilted State*, mail, taking out parlie-, to (he canyons and beaches. 11.tilling nr- anj.;es and all kind, o! heavy ti annn •. OF KICK With WelK-Kar^o on ('itiu, Avenue Covina Transfer Company Home Phone so 1\V , Phone 1 HIM.

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