Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 16, 1909 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, January 16, 1909
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FREE INSTRUCTION PASO KOl!.i,!-.S HOT SPKI.ViS FOR CHRISTIAN WORKERS j On „,, ,•„.,<, Un ,. •,,,.,.,,.,, of ,„.. Tri«tinii<. df !,.,« AnKf!r-<! ''" tin- world ;ii"! <•'•! in th' mi'M of ••uch iid term on I)'-<-rml>r-i- I 4 *. 'Ii:';iiir i-'iiiditioiv-; ;i • < iii-tnttiy invilc ltl.murh l«-i MI..II si .>•'•">• ,,, ,| |( . „,„.„ ,,,,. A ,|,.|^] llfll | ,,| ;!I . ( . f,,,. <-'<- ''<T«« . ... : r " 1 '- r.-ni f K-r;,!ion. ro.^nt.n,,,.,;,] i,-.-;,l- I nutnts ;md n-rn-;itioti. Th<- n< w h;itb H!isyr : «. 'li'iii -,(•-, with its siip'-rii '•(|iii|)!ii' ;it, i •: mi Ihc. rhiy« w,,rk, (ho hiflfitiilf jriv,.,],.,! |, y ; my ihinj{ in ihi ,-,„„, try My- ncci;i| work under <-omprt.< nt, , ,, • . . , I .. . . ! ' lr "" ; " !l; ' : tr<-atn.«-nls, nni'l I,:,H.:.. -WKII- ;irii( ii!;ir-, T]]f This Mionl (i old hris 'rid \villi pli<-li'>lii<-ii A hirirr. rmml,<-r of sn,. !>-„(< ii.ff diflVrcrit d"noimn;il IOIIH 1.-iiil'-<l its vnrioiiH H!isyr : «. people ;i.Md ;i mis-;:n SO! ,"| M Kl< X P.V.'M'I?: ' jj- MU-'.S. What, nro yon doing for (lie try ;i . c" hi your online le.'idern for hot I| men ;ind women in tlic , M minion for' 1 ''"!!; l.ntlr-;. 'I nrkisii bnth-. the" H'liidry working nirion^ the .Ir-ivish pco- j pic. It in ;il"o ilni.'ijf :t house t.o house i work through wpcciiil vi-jtorM. Tlienf> | \;nioiiH fisjen-.-ien fifl'ord opportunities for the sliidenlx 1o »|iifi)if'y for [irfirl i«-(il •' 'hrittifin work. | The Institute- is intei<l,-iininiri:itiotifil , ' '"""•'IH'"> '"'«• <''•• in i-li;ii"fie( r i ; jtu |,o!ird of din-rtoM ;i ri- ! t'-i eni denoini n;it ionn. : ter for liihle in--l ni'-l ion. find ;i r:idi:it- | in!/ renter for ' lni u fi;ui ;,<-tivily of v;ir- ! ion" kind u . Tin- winter t'-rtriH will de- yin on .l;inn:ii-v lll ! i. Adult'< I'.'.i-nlv ye/rry of ,'i:.'e ,-iinl over, properlv n-'-om iiH-ii'liif, :i re w« I'-ori!'-. .No cfIn*':i t inn;i I te-il i-J I 'eijll ireil. There i" no elificj/e j'or t nil ion. Men .'!'nl women who desire lo fit: (h'-niMeKes for ;inv kind of ''li-'isl i;m \\-ork lo Hi'rvi 1 under ,'inv ilfiiomiiiMt ion or ~'<i<-ii'tv fh'-v i'!ioO"(c, ft re invite'i I" enroll. The -(rhedllle of Hjivqi-H ill'-lllde f Ihoroiigli !"hi'lv of Ihe l-iniflisli I'ilili eli;ip|er Htdnly, hornilel i'-'-i, perHoiifil work find A ri-fi n^emenls will lie tnfide for boiin. Jiinl lodging in ChriHlifin liomes tit sjie cifd rules. Correspondence is solicited 'I'. C,. HOKTOX, Hupt. "oil I'd I No. Mfiin Hf., I (OH A ll^'-lcH, ( 'jllif. - Hvcr ,. I kriifr;? 2-5n at Kf.llat- tf CHRISTMAS NUMBER OF COVINA AROUS A luring l.lic cntcrpriHin^ newspapers of HouUicni ('diifoniia iHHiiint; a flirisl,- iiiaH unrulier iH tli(! Covina ArgUH, which (inliliHlieil :i, hcaiitiful edition of twenty-four pa^cH, |/ririt,ed on white hook paper, and containing matter of interest concerning '/'lirinl mas, and IrealiriK Hie citrus industry qnile exlensivrdy. Half tone cuts illunlrale what, may he found in r'ovina in the form of beautiful homes, churches and business houses, as well as places of amusement; in the surrounding country. — I/one; lieacli Press. SAN DIMAS. Never in the history of the orange industry has there been such a demand for trees aw is tlin case this year. The largest c.itrus nurseries in the world lire located here and every orange tree has been sold. The only trees left arc lemon and grapefruit. Mr. Teagti.'!, who has been in the, biHiiaess twenty years, says this condition is unprecedented. In :I8()2 when trees sold for i)il..'IO each, the supply was , exhausted by April, and thin season, with a. inuo.ii larger supply on hand than ever before, every free was sold by the first of the year. Although a great number of these trees have been planted in Southern <'aliforaia, the majority of them have gone to Fresno county, Many orchardiHts who have delayed ordering will be compelled | () p|;in|, grapefruit and hud them over. WASHINGTON CITIES SHAKEN BY QUAKE. On Mniidiiy, Se.-iltle nnil oilier Wiisli- ington cities were Hlinken by nn I'lirth-- «|iinko nl ,'t:, r i5 p. m. The " \ibnil ions, wliich were from north In soulli, were "I" iihiiui. thirty Hi-condu' dnnition. lle!i\-y hiiihlinjrs rocked nnd moved percept idly, furniture WMS .shifted nml in III.-INV (ilnrcH jilastcr di-opprd from wnlls nnd ceiling:-. I: is thought. Hint I lie e.-irl lii|iifil(i> extended fur norlli, prod- ndly Hirmi^h Alnska ninl Hie ViiUnn dis| ricls. BAPTIST UNIVERSITY AT REDLANDS l-'mi'U for Hie hiiil.-linu of Hie Itnp- list I'liiversity nl l{eilhiinls is now prnc- tic.-illy complete HIM! the success of the inidei-liikiii),' ,'iss ii-i'il. On .Inniinrv :.n (In- Inislees will eh" 1 ! n presided I, nnd Ihe Kev. ,1. N. Kichl of Uedlnnds, who lias iiindc Ihe ciinvns for funds, will ho recommended for Hint position. Thenis no ipieslion dill Hint he will lu> the tirst president. Clijirh'S A. Coey Haiti yen! i-rdn v Hint lie will make the attempt lo cross Hm continent in his dnlloon, the Chicago, lie lias lieen carefully stu.lyin^ the local silnation lien 1 from Ihe standpoint of a dalloonist, and is linulv con- \inced Dial the projecl is feasidle, ,-i^ieein^ with Mick l-Yrris that there aic i-hanccs to miike Hie longest land ti ip in tin- world from l.os A nicies. hi.-k l-'en-is predii'teil drfoiv the lirst iiicent uf lii-i Vmerir.'in a! 1.0-1 Angeles that expert daPoonislM woiili I lie al- trai-lcil here In Hie ej-eal possilo I il ies in tlie join-iiey, and Mr. ( 'oey i-, the lirsl lo conlii-m Ins iipinion. Since he has laken opporiunily lo lo,o< the slartiiij; point uvei- Mr. ('oey is more lirmlv con- | \inci.-d that some one will soon accomplish Ihe journey dy dalloon. 'I h.- pos- siliilil i.-s of sweeping o\er inountfiin and desei I and perhaps aclin-\in^ t he i'pii^est aerial trip e\i-r made appeal .-Ironyly lo him, and hi- hopes 1,1 lie lln lirst to accomplish it. A new arid nji-to-rlatc supply of Cards and Folders for your photos. Sj fcia' prices during September. C. W. Tucker's Studio KODAKS AND SUIM'UKS ('ovina, Cal. COVINA INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY. ARCHITECTS. C. H. Wedgwood, W. E. Allen, Crias. E. Paige. ATTORN E/3-AT-LAW. Andrew M. Pence. George L. Sanders. AUTOMOBILES. Covlna Garage & Machine Shop Association. Reo Garage. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Clarence Allison, M. B, Folsom, J. L. Moxl'-y, G. W, Coolman. U. G. Kring. H. Van Bcntiensen. BANKS. First National Bank, W, M. Grie- wold, cashi'-r; Covina Valley Savings Bank; Covina National Bank, V. O. English, cashier; United States S-jv ings Bank. BAKERIES. Home Bakery, Stevens & Matney, proprietor.-,; Warner, Whitsel Company. BUTCHER SHOPS. Covina Valley Market, Frank Kendall; North Side Market, Robert Crenshaw. BARBER SHOPS. The Owl, Marshall &. Cheney; The Richelieu, Hesseltine & Lewis; The San Joaquin Valley New Daylight T • I rain Parlor Car IJctwccn Los Angeles and Fresno, From Lo.s Angeles daily at 7:35 a. m., arriving Fresno 7:17 p. m. From Fresno 8:50 a, m., arriving Los Angeles 8:45 p. m. Southern Pacific D. C. Schcnck, Agent, Covina Phone 144 1909 Model Kissel Thirty Motor—4^x4^—30 h. p. Wheel Base—107 in. Floating Rear Axle. I Beam Front Axle. Selective Transmission. Rear Springs ^ Kliptic. Weight—2000 Ibs. Ttmkcn Roller Bearings. Weeds—32x3^. Speed—45 miles per hour. Kissel Thirty Roadster $1500 Kissel Thirty Surrey $1550 COVINA Plumbing Plumbing Materials WATER DIDF. SEWER rlrfc ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS We contract to furnish al! the materials and do the work or furnish the materials only. GET OUR, PRICES JAMES W.HELLMAN Hardware, Stoves, Etc. 157-161 North Spring St. LOS ANGELES BOOT & SHOE REPAIRING. Covina Shoe Repairing Co.; Lindop Repair Shop. BICYCLES. Covina Cyclery, Franz Richter; Pioneer Bicycls Shop; The Bicycle Repair Shop, G. D. Davis. BLACKSMITHS. Johnson & Nigg; A. J. Rooks; J. N. Wilson. CONFECTIONERY. O. B. Evans (Palace of Sweets); H. D. Madison. CEM-ENT PIPES AND BLOCKS. Ben F. Thorpe; Patrick H. Tally; Bonham & Ritchie. DENTISTS. Dr. F. J. Cline; Dr. J. C. Barney. DRUGGISTS. C. F. Clapp; W. W. Nash. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Pacific Light & Power Co.; Roy Winder. ORCHARD FUMIGATION. Stowell Fumigating Co.; Houser- Ohaver Co. FURNITURE. Covina Furniture House, W. Q. Custer, prop.; Brow & Son, New and Second-Hand Furniture; Hull, Second- Hand Store. DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GENTS' FURNISHINGS. The Broadwell Department Store; The People's Store. HARDWARE. F. H. Fabrick; W. L, Hurley. HOTELS. The Hotel Vendome. HARNESS. The Covina Harness & Saddlery Company, IMPLEMENTS. Twomey A Diller. IRRIGATION. Covina Irrigating Co.; Columbia Land & Water Co. EXCLUSIVE INSURANCE. F. W. Sherwood. JEWELLERS. F. E. Wolfarth. LAUNDRY. Covina French Hand Laundry; Pomona Steam Laundry. Pomona Sanitary Laundry. LUMBER. Kerckoff-Cuzner Co. LIVERY STABLES. Avenue Stables, J. W. Keefer; City Livery Stables, Charles Smith. MILLINERY. Miss Sara Reckard. MILLING FEED. San Gabriel Valley Milling Co.; J. H. Matthews Co. MACHINE SHOP. Kellar & Thomason Co., Inc., Manufacturers and Inventors of California Farming Supplies. MONEY TO LOAN. Oscar Miller. TRANSFER. Covina Transfer Co., Hutchison Bros., Props. NURSERIES. Covina Nursery, J. W. Armstrong, prop.; A. W. Pooley; Arthur Yarnell. OSTEOPATHY. Drs. Stevens & Barron. PHOTOGRAPHERS. C. W. Tucker. PHYSICIANS. Reed & Jennings; Roxle E. Bates, Dr. Lewis Thorpe. PAINTING. C. H. Kistler; S. E. Coons; A. H. Crawford. PLUMBING. W. -g Sides; F. H. Fabrick; E. L. Jackson. GROCERIES. Warner-Whitsel Co.; J. F. Home; Robert Cronshaw. REAL ESTATE. Hazzard & Welch; J. M. Stanton; Pollard & Hutchinson; A. J, Reetz; A. Warner & Co.; Sanders Realty Co.; Jerome Reynolds; Covina Land & Loan Co., William Clark, J. H. Matthews, Covina Realty Co., Douglas & Miller; Edwards & Wildey Co.; I. C. Fairly; George Covert Co. ROOMING HOUSES. William McLeod; J. H. Mann; J. H. Whittaker. SIDEWALK CONTRACTING. Bonham <&. Ritcha. TREE PRUNING. William Summers, Ed. Goodnight. TAILORS. D. M. Sutherland; Charles Harris, cleaning and pressing. TEACHING. Madame Van Vliet, voice culture; Robert Philleo. violin: Prof. Groom, school music and vocal and instrumental instruction; Mrs. Harry Damerel, piano; Mrs. John Brunjes, piano; Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe. voL-e culture; Miss Mct.i Brunjes. piano: Bsss Welch. voice c u! t u i >.*. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICF/uF mCARIXG PETITION j FOK THF, VAC AT fOX AND 1 ' AUANDOMKNT OF PORTIONS OF ROWLAND AND WORKMAN AVENt:KS IN COVINA ROAD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF LOS ANGKLKS, STATK, OF CALIFORNIA. t Notice !.«» hcn-fiy ^ivon that a petition •»igru:(l by t.'tiiterl Investment Co. and 14 others, asking for ttu: vacation and aiKHKlomiHMit of that portion of Row-' l;n fl Avenue from A:',u>a Street to the! westerly line of the Phillips Tract, I and that portion of Workman avenue j from said Azusa Hi reft to tin: westerly | line of i.he said Phillips Tract, as jjeV map recorded in Hook 'j, pa^<- 4. Miscellaneous Records of said County. s:iki avenues U.intf situated in the Covina Road District, County of Los Ant,'«'k-H,State of- California, has beet) liIw! with the Hoard of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles, atid that said petition .will be heard by said Hoard, at its office in the County Courthouse, City of Los Atii^ele.n, California, on Monday, December28, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. By ordgr of the Hoard of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California, made December 7, l%.-i, C. (T. KEYF.S, County Clerk and ex-Oflieio Clerk of the Hoard of • Supervisors of said Los A riff el es County. by A. M. McPherron, Deputy Clerk. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Lo.s Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting 1 of the directors, held on the second day of December, 1908, an assessment, (No 47) of 7.5 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd, 1836) of the above named corporation, payable immediately to the secretary at the office of the ( ompany at Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Sth day of January, 1909, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 26th day of January,1909, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. B. F. EDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Cal., December 2, 1903. By the board of directors of the Covina Irrigating Company at. a>meeting held Jan, 6, 1909, the date of delinquency iin the above assessment notice was advanced from Jan, Sth, 1909, to Jan, 20, 1909, and the date of sale from Jan 26, 1909, to Feb. 10, 1909. jB. F. EDWARHS, Secretary. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of an order 'of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, made on the 6th day of May, 1907, In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Luclnda Rockwell, a mentally incompetent person, In the matter of the above entitled estate, the undersigned administrator of the said estate, will sell at private sale to the highest aidder for cash, in gold coin of the United States, and on such terms as may be satisfactory to said administrator and lawful, and subject to confirmation by the said Superior Court, on and after the 1st day of February, 1000, at the office of Wm. A. Gaines, attorney for said administrator and estate, room 401, Chamber of Com- nerco, ISO South Broadway, City and County of l.os Angeles, State of California, all the right, title, interest and -state of the said estate of Luclnda Rockwell, mentally incompetent, in and to all thoao certain lots, pieces ir parcels of land, lying and being in ho County of l.os Angeles, State of 'alifornia, and described as follows, o wit: Lot 17, In block n, of thn Townslte >f Covina. as por map in Book !), pages !!-•!, Miscellaneous Records of Los An- solos County, Slatf of Ciilit'ornia, and all lh(> personal property itemized and ill-scribed In said pel ii Ion. Said real property so described is rp- conled In the olllce of the County Recorder of Lo.s Angeles County, State of California. Dated this 7th day of December, 100S. \VM. A. OAIXES, Attorney for the Estate. 101 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Summons, In the Justice's Court of Rowland township. County of I v os Angeles, State of California. State of California plaintiff, vs. J. V. Jackson, and R. P. Davidson, defendants. The people of the State of California send tfreetiiitfs to:J. V. Jackson and R. 1'. Davidson defendants. You are here directed to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintitY, in the Justice's Court of Rowland Township, [..os An- tfeles County, State of California, and to answer before the justice at his ,irtice in Co\ina, in said Township, the i complaint tiled therein, within live j days (exclusive of the day of service) i after the service on you of this sum- j inoiis, it' served within the Township, in which this action is brought, or, if served out of said Township but within j said County, within ten days; or within twenty days if sei ved elsewhere. Am! you are hereby notitu-il that unless you so appear ami answer said complaint, as above required, said plaintitY will c.iuse your default to be entered and take judyirent fur 'uiv m»iii'y or damages ilemamleil in the cmnplaint as urisiiiil upon contract, or will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the cost FOR 5ALE Five room house and barn, lot 5Cxl75, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. $1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining above, full bearing Washington navels. S850. Four room modern house, two porches, bath, cellar, electric lights, large lot 60x175. E. College St. S2500. Five room house and large lot 60x175, in center of town. S350U. Large lots, 60x175, full bearing navels. $625. Large corner lot 05x175, solid to full bearing els, close tc Electric road. S1500. nav Business lot on Citrus avenue, 55x155 with enclosed yards and sheds, 55x80, hauling way on either side. The finest site in town for any wholesale business. Close to electric road. Price S6000. Good terms can be had on all the properties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. YOSEMITE VALLEY Open AH Year Why Not See Yosemite This Winter? It is a magnificent sight. It is a quick, comfortable trip. Daily train service, and good hotel accommodations. For through tickets and further information, see SOUTHERN PACIFIC OR SANTA FE or address 0. V. Lehmer, Traffic Manager YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD Merced, Cal. V- 1 Mew Pomona Double Plunger i Deep Well Pump Head BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten to Forty Horse Power ; It is the smoothest running deep well pump because there are no dead centers, no jerk or jar, and no danger^of breaking- the pump rods. Be sure and write for our big catalogue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing Co. Pomona, California the complaint, u.-'et nt suit. liivv'n -.miii-r my ii.i> « t' Jaiiiiary . l''i- \V. .li'-n.-i- -f tlu- IV- >.v st'C Covina Orange Groves e have a large clientage buying good orange groves. If you want, a quick sale, list your grove with us. "IT PAYS To SEE iV EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 2.^2 Lau^hliii Bidg.. Los An<r..-les . \V. Mcl'.'iialii. I'uviiui rej>iv^-..-tiiaUvv HUIIK- jihciie 12'»5. Covina

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