Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 3, 1908 · Page 3
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TRV THE I/" 4, COVINA FURNITURE CO FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF . fURNITURE or flOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE W. Q. CUSTER, Manager Yosemite Valley. VoscniUo Valley is now reached daily after short and pleasant trip via Southern Pact lie to Merced, Yosemite Valley Railroad and 12 miles stage ride. Information may he had at Southern Pacilic office. *• * * * * Saturday Scribblings The tourists to our hospitable shores will soon bo with us in larger numbers than ever before. They nr« only waiting for the solid gentleman to succeed the strenuous cue in the White House, before hanging out the not-at-houie sign iu the Jfar Enst and the Middle West. But we who have rhapsodized great junks of rhapsody about the marvels of Soutb- ren California, feel jnst a wee bit of nostalgia whet) a communication comet to us, reading like a prose- poem, of the grandeur of the frost touched states of the East—for this is the season of the wondrous paua- rama of autumn, "back East." Read this appreciation of "mine own country" from a New Englonder: Nature's wonderful autumnal carnival of color is now iu full. progress up here in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The first caresses of the frost king were felt by the maples and beeches about the fifth of September. Day by day the early patches of red and yellow and brown have extended their area, until now the entire mountain region has fallen under the spell of the Great Painter, and grim Mt,. Washington gazes through the liquid September haze upon a far-reaching harlequinade of rainbow hues. There is nothing upon all this continent, or elsewhere, that can compare with the autumnal glory of the White Mountains. No pen can adequately describe it, no painter can catch the inmost spirit of it; there is neither money nor skill enough in the world to reproduce it on any stage. No matter from what point of vantage the autumnal foliage of the mountains is viewed—whether from the summit of high mountains or the floor of valley, the spectacle is one that is grand beyond description. ' There are some who prefer to view the Grand Canyon of Arizona from its rim, while others think that its majesty is best appreciated from the bottom: and so it is with the grand outdoor display of September and October in the White Mountains. On Sunday evening last the moon was absent,and the blue-white mantle of fog that wraps the slender eucalyptus in a ghostly winding .shroud •was late in coming, so that the stars were cut as clearly iu the sky aa of a winter evening iu the temperate zones. Along the Covina roadways the currents of air, now warm and fragrant, now cooler and laden with presage of rain as the breath of the canyons were passed through, gave hint of the coming of this subtle change iu seasons, harbinger of the freshening months of California autumn. In this atmosphere, the lights of Pasadena hung like silver ropes, tremulous and beautiful, and beyond, the yellow blur in the murky night betrayed where Los Angeles, Queen- Wotnau of the Southern Slopes, reigned over the hope and desire of New America. "How plain the lights of Pnsadpua show tonight," remarks the citizen, cautious of too much prodigality in expression. And this must pass as his tribute to the strange shade-picture of a southern night. And if, sometime, some friend is lying low, Where human kissos cannot reach his face, O, do not blame the Loving Father so, But wear your sorrow with obedient grace. --William Hopkins. Baptists Will Convene. All roads lead to Pomona next week for the assembling of the Los Angeles Baptist Association, which will hold its fortieth annual meeting in that city on October Oth, 7th and 8th. In connection with the meeting will be held the Sunday School Convention, the Young People's Convention, and the Woman's Missionary Society. The church is at the corner of Fourth street and Park avenue, Rev. J. F. Watson, pastor. Matti- sou B. Jones, Esq., of Los Angeles, will act in the capacity of moderator. Considerable attention bus Leon paid to the musical program, which will bo under the supervision of Prof. B. P. Stout. The annual sermon will he preached by Rev. Arthur S. Phelps, and at the evangelistic service, Rev, J. Q. A. Henry will be the principal speaker. Besides these speakers mentioned there will be a long and iulereMting program for each day, with some of (lie well known ministers and church workers taking important parts. Each church is entitled to representation through its pastor and two delegates, and an additional one for every forty members and fraction of twenty-five. Each Sunday School will be entitled to two delegates and additional one for every fifty and fraction of forty, and the Young People's Society will be entitled to two deleagtes for every twenty members or fraction thereof. The rail- loads will give the usual rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. Delegates from Covina intend to go iu a Ia7-ge barge. The Covina delegates are: Prof. A. H.. Collins, W. Q. Custer, Mrs. O. W. Mitchell, Mrs. M. E. Clifford, Oscar Miller, A. M. Pence, Rev. and Mra. S. W. Gage. Sometime. Sometime, when all God's lessons have been learned, And sun and stars forever more have set; The things which our weak wisdom hero have Hpuriied, The things o'er which wo grieved, with lashes wet, Will Hash before us out of life's dark niaht, As stars shine most in deeper tints of bltift. Ami UK nhall know tli'tt all find's plans arc right, And what HO dcf'tneil reproach, ua.s ln\ e, most irue. And we shall see how, whon AH -frown anil si^h, God's plans go on aw best f»r you au<] me; How when we called, He headed not our cry, Because His wi^duiu to the end Cuiild s(-e. And if sometime, commingling with life's win*-, \Ve tilni the \M>Miitt<;od, ai;;l lepel- )aut sht ink; Be sure a wiser hand than yourH, or III i I) <:, PUUJ--I out the {.',tii,ii t(,r our !ij,s to i.li ink. WALNUT CENTER. The early rains surprised some of the ranchers iu the district with their alfalfa flat in the field, but as a rule not many had the hay mown at (the time. The rain did more good to the community than damage, as it thoroughly soaked the ground to a depth of nearly eight inches, and many ranchers took advantage of the time to plow in their stubble. A few acres in onions were caught out, and these are being harvested before they begin to sprout again. The rain was welcome from one standpoint, inasmuch as it laid the dust iu the roads from whioh the ranchers in this vicinity suffer a great deal during the summer months. A determined movement IH on foot to get the roads oiled before another dry season comes. W. S. Sawyer has returned from a hunting trip in Solidud canyon and is busy leveling a part of his 100 acre ranch. Milton Iladdnx is harvesting the last of his big crop of Banana apples. Owing to the many vnrietioH whioh Mr. Htiddox IIHH on IIJH ranch, he Bays ho will have tipples for marketing for several months to come. The trees on lhn UiiHSett ruuch are loaded wkh witlnutH this yeiir. Tim crop is estimated at 7!J tonn. Mark Hutcbcroft, foreman of tlio i;mcli, has boon busy riiuking H l«rg*; number of heavy drying tiuys. Pomona Plant Will Double Us Capacity. The NiuT.oHti of til* Pomona Maim factoring Company in the pant live 'years, during which time its general ' business has lapidly grmvn, niio led iht: fitoekhnlders to determine upon i doubling lh<- capacity of the plnn». ; 'I'lio company's dee;: uel) [>U(Uf..s ;ir<: installed in all part* of Konthern Oalifi ruiu, and it has lately perfected a gasi.leiu; Inicticn engine adapted to ; (arm uies, tlio first percteted t,tie [having been shipped to Ventura this week. Jl ifj planned to este/jd the machine dt.partrnont.s of the com ! [.any out to the Southern Pacific tracks i<n the south, and to move the ; foundry »n lots farther east, away from these departments. Also to extend the 111 ith brick building of the plant, eastward, doubling ji« si/e. The company gh'-d employment to about thirty men and rej resents i.ije • of 1'olliolusS lir.j'Aillg ilidlJatrifcS. KKPORT OF THE CONDITION Ob' THK Covina (National Bank AT COVINA in the State of California, at the close of business, September 23, l'.K)8. (Charter No. 8222) UKSOtMlCRS. Loans and Discounts $79,8-15.J Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. Honds to secure circulation 25.000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 9fi8.75 Bonds, securities, etc 31,395.38 BankinR house, furniture and fixtures r>,311.89 Due from approved reserve asrents 6.029.05 Fractional paper currency, nickels, cents.... 43.44 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie 5,384.75 6,384.75 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5» of circulation) 1,250.00 Total 155,872.29 I.IAIIII.II IKS. Capital stock pniil in $50,000.00 Surplus fund 2626.08 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 1416.33 National bank notes outstanding 23,!K)0.00 Due to trust companies and savings banks 1,103.07 Individual deposits subject to check 62,202.81 Demand certificates of deposit 14.125.00 Time certificates of deposit.. ,, 500.90 Total 11515.872.28 State of California, County of Los Anttcles, m. I, V, O. Entrlixli, Cnnliier ef the nbove-nnmeri bunk, do solemnly swear thnt the above utatement. is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, V. O. ENGLISH. Cashier. Correct-Attest: J. L. Mntlhew.i) (',. H. White > Directors Oscar Miller ' Subscrilicd and sworn to before me this 28th day of September, 1908. E. P. Warner. Notary Public. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Henry Gahriug-, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Henry Gahriug; 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 Angeles, 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. LAMLKY, Administrator of aforesaid estate. Geo. L. Sanders, attorney for said administrator. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OHDKU OV SAT.E OK REAI, ESTATfi AND I'BK- SONAT, PKOl'BKTY SHOUT,!) NOT BE MADR. In the matter of the estate of George Smith, deceased. IT Is OKDKKKD, by the Court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the 26th day of October, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court Room of said Superior Court, Department 2 thereof, in the Court House, in said County of Los Angeles, State of California, to show cause why an order should not he granted to trie administrator of said estate to sell so much of the real estate and personal property of said deceased as may be necessary. And that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Covina Argus, a newspaper printed and published in said Countyjof Los Angeles. JAMES C. RIVES, Judge of the Superior Court. Dated September 1H, 190H. A. (J. SMITH, Administrator. A. M. PENCE, attorney for.said e.statc. The Service of a real Optician at your command Scientific fitting of the eyes with glasses by the l»rst Optometrist on the Coast. Don't take risks. No guess work here. Charges reasonable Prescription Work Broken Lenses Replaced Write us or call and talk over your e ye trouble with us. NJ;\T TO ORPHEUM THfUTRH BARBERS AND SHAVERS ATTENTION Shaving a delight. Use B Sunset Dry Hone. Four strokes before each shfive all that necessary to insure perfect shave. Mailed to any address on receipt of price—regular size fl.00; large size $2.00. Agents wanted. J. T. Growe, Manufacturers' Agent, 507 Delta Bldg. , Los Angeles, California. KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOR C8SS4 18 .rfSk AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOttY] OB MONBY REFUNDED. Q. W. MARSH Practical I • CARRIAGE AND AUTO I fltoinkr Shop opposite Postoflicc COVINA Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, Countv of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the director-., held on tin- eighth day of September, I'MM, an assessment, I N'o. 4d) of 50 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock (iih increased October 22nd, IHHli) of the above named corporation, atthcsi-c- retu ry'« (/tlioe ;i t Covina, County ot [<os Aritfeii'S, Stale nl ( ;ili|, .rui.'i. Any .-.lock upon whicii this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 13th day of October, 1'JOH, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public; auction, and unles* payment is made before, will be v/ld on the 2d d,i> of No- veniher, 1'iox, at 2 o'< loc.k in the afternoon, at the ortice of the company in Covina, County of } v o.-, An^elen, State of California, to pay the (leiincjueni us--.es-.ment, together with r<;sl of afi- verli.iing and expense of nnle. 1!. K. EDWARDS. Secretary. Covina, Cai., September H, I'm*. Call and See Us If 3011 need anything in the HAKNKSS line and we will «ivc the br->t goods at the lowest price. Satisfaction guaranteed. Covina Harm ess & Saddlery Co. Phone Home 1 !7</ COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. Citrus Avenue Having recently installed the latest improved shoe machinery, I am now prepared to do all kinds of shoo repairing at short notice. Satisfaction is #uaranteed in every respect. Men's sewed half soles 7.Sc Ladies' sewed half solen M)c I<adics' nailed .SOc * # i * J.' « * * # * * # * It if #• # # « * # # * * * 1 # * # 1 * ; * * * . * ' * * * * , * #*#*####*## If if X. * * Say! . tfiancbcr Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogden Personally Conducted Tourist ICxcttrsions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the Kast without change of cars. Through the wanner climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '4'), and across Great Salt Lake— "going to sea on a train." D. B. SCHKNCK, Agent. Covina Home phone 144 or O. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phom: 01; Sunset Main 70 Southern Pacific r,os Angeles Office, (>00 S. Spring St., corner Sixth Clarence Allison Plaas furnished for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA, CAL. /VVONEV WANTED I have notes tailing due in almost every month from f2So,00 to $9000.00 secured by first trust deeds on new city re.sldcnces, orange, walnut and alfalfa ranches, which I will .sell to net lender, H per cent inti-rent, payable quarterly, free of taxes, and guarantee payment of interest to maturity of note, and collect interest free. lean loan Si.SOO.OO to f.1000 for yon on modern hoincn in Coviii'i or J,o.s Angeles or on ranc.hea near Covina lor 2 or .'< years on good tir.st mortgages at. 'I per cent net; the borrower pays all tuxes and expenses and my commission, and the banks collect interest free, Tel. .^25'>. ()SCAK M1LLKK. 614 South Grand Avonun, Lo* Anicalaa, Cullforiiiit. Tim jfri'iili'st biiHiniMiu l.ralnliiK' In.'ititcitiDii In thu nout.li. ()[iun during tin- iMitlrn yimr. Wi-itu for |iurtii;iilarn. ./. W. l.At'KKY. Mitniiifr. I. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the brst equipment we can do your work it; the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at 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 the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a lev/ dollars besides. * You .'ire ri)ndii':ting a l/i;( hiihinei-, ni'/re money in- venti.'/J l)j;iu iij.inv bti.-,i ue ..-, i:iirrenp(,ndeii(.f, flon't you'/ ]J</ you ;i\w;i'i.i h.i'/e .iiiitarile ]/;iper handy when you v.iiii t.'/ write.' \><i yon know that we i:un furni.-ih you v^ith the very he-.t i/t v/riMn^; paper •j nil <;ii vi-lupe-v, tieat ly pri nted v. ith your II.'UIH: 'if the name of y</.ir ranch, pl;n:i: >,i re^i- dcni.e ami date line, c'leapi-r than you < un **e ( :ure tiihltM.s am! envelopes in -jitiall ijuan- titie->:' 'I hi-, will make y.'/ur ar.'l iii'yrr: i.on ven iefi t. (,OVI:,'A AKi.CS, I'KIX'l'KKS # i # * # * # * •* # * # # « , * # , Moving Heaven and Earth And also anything; rise that will move. Tr.itisfYriii}.; Inrnitnrc, piituos, di livcr- \n< r f express p;ii-l<;i^i-s, i a rr\-ini/ i'litU-d Slah-s mail, tal:iiH' onl pjit'lii-' to tin- ran yotis and ln-a- IK-S. I i aul in;/, or- anges and all l<indsol heavy teamiti . OK KICK With Wi-lls-J-'ar^o on Citht, Avi-mt.- Covina Transfer Company Home I'ho Kes. Phom

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