Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 30, 1909 · Page 6
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RELIQIOUS_ACROBATS. "- Dangerous Aerial Slic'o Annually Per* formed In India, India offers ninny rnrlons tilings In tho way of religion, nud the utrangfst of them nil Is (lie nerlal slide, which It performed nnnunlly at Kuln, In the Illmnlsiyns. At a point whore tlioro !a a ollfT overhanging n precipitous gorge Bovernl hnndrr-.l feet In width nnd a hundred fiH't in flopl.h a rope IH nmdo fust to the rock. The other end of thi.s Is OfiiTlci! ncrnp.n the gorge nnd I here secured (o a sluke. The lot it I length of the rope between I he two points !:< when drawn taut 2,fii';U feet, mid the end siltm-hf-d to the el Iff Is i-sevenil hundred fee 1 , higher than I hat. fastened on the onpoHlte Hide of the ravine. Thus r; «lkJi! la contrived, nnd It. IM a dangerous one to all appenrnnee. It la down thin Irifline that (lie performer has his path. For the lofty Journey a sort of saddle Is provided made of wood, with holes In It, through whleh the rope passes. But before n Htart Is made the whole length of the rope Is wet. to prevent the saddle from catching fire from the friction. The performer sits outride this seat, and to Ills legs are fastened hags of sand, •which serve two purposes—they ena,ble him to maintain an upright position during his ll|*ilnlng-llke descent, and they Increase the momentum. The lower end of the rope Is carefully •wound with bits of carpet to check the Hperd before the stake IH readied. Without this precaution the performer would be dashed lo pieces. The terrific velocity of the descent for the first few hundred yards Is Hliown by the stream of smoke? that trails from (he wake of the saddle, de- Hpile tin; fact (hat the rope has been wet. Afterward the Incline diminishes Honif'whal, and the puce becomes corre- Kpondlngly slower. By the lime the go.'il Is readied the Jhcrl, us Hie performer IM called, I:i able to come to a KtmidMl.111 without dl.-.a.sler. This slide In the air Is supposed to reveal the will of I lie gods as lo the crops of the approaching season. Jf 1 he perilous I rip Is accomplished In Kafely a plentiful harvest is assured. Naturally, therefore, every can; Is taken to minimize the dangers of the performance. The ceremony Is of ancient origin, and thu.<e who engage In It. as Jhffl form a Hiiuil! caste apart. - -New York Tribune. A MEDFORD STORY. Legend of tho Phantom Ship and Its Mad Pirato Captain. The l.(Mvn of Mi.'dfonl, ^IJIHH., lins a lt!K(!ij<l of u jilumtoiii ship boHldu which tliu Klylnfj Ixitchniiiu IH only a ixmca- ful iiiurdiiinliimii.. Tho Muilford Hlory vinm Hint a ulilp hulun with ruin and 1,'old nnd iillvor luti's i>ut out from Unit l)lnc(; hi l.li« days wlion tho H|iiuilsli nitiln was In f OH tod vvltli [liratcw. k wan lieaih.'d for n Went Indian port, but. AD! Into thi! (loldniniH and was HO lj(!i'iiliiK!d Hint water and provl- KH^'c out, and all hniul.-i perished of thirst and Htnrvalloii. U'lien UK; Avind came up apiin Ihc nlilp Mailed nwuy with her ^luiKtly crmv, WIIH nceu by u huci'iinecr, cliaHcul and ovor- liunlcd. The pirate cajitalii made fast lo Ids prixe without. llrliiK a .single shot, and, allribullnji the voHsel'H iionreHlslance to fear or lack of arum, he WIIH I ho llrst man to lenp on board. Hvil. tin; rope wllli which I lie captured ship had been carelessly lashed In Ids own parted under Hie strain of the seaway, nnd he found himself rapidly borne away from his comrades on what he KOOM discovered lo be a Moating cnllln. A Hi iff breey.e filled the sails ol' the derelict, and before his own vessel could <>yerlaln> It. nluhl descended on the occiin, and the pursuing ship lost Mli;hl t>" II altoKOther. Left alone In jillcli darkness on the Krew>ioim> craft, I he pirate went, mad with terror anil, Helxln;; the wheel, raced nway liefore flu 1 wlinl end, according lo the h'^'end, \vas i iilidemncd to raiiL'.c the se.-n fur- ever thus In command of his horrible |H !/.e. \\'ne lo the ship that encoiinieivd II Hi'iiddhiK nloiiH; by inooiillrhl oi- In the Ih/.hl nine's plare, manned by skeletons and steered by a shouting, I'e^tlcidat- li'.ir madman, and when on several oc- caslMis H was sighted In the f'o^ olT .Medford It was < iinsldered as the herald of siorm and disaster and this IOHM of many ships. .New York I'rens. Jenny's Quick Method. Jenny's uncle. \vln> was a schoolteacher, met her on the street one beautiful MII.V day nnd asked her !f nlie was K"lnK It) the Maypole dance. "No, I ain't niilnt;-" "Oh, my little dear," isald her undo, "you luiiHt not say 'I ain't K»h>K-' You must way 'I am not r.oln^,' " And lie proceeded ti.) |,'lvi- her a little lesson In grammar. "Vou are not Koinur. Hu is i>ot K (| inv'. We ure nut K"lnLr You are not citing. They ure not xoiu^. Now, fan you say all that, Jenny?" "Sure, 1 ean," she replied. niaKln. 1 ,' » ciiiirtesy. "There ain't nobody ^' ihi;,'." — Ladies' Home Journal. Jury at tho Theater. An unusual spectacle was witnessed lit the Theater Itoyitl, Nelson, Auckland, when the Jury, who had been locUed up I hive nights because they could imt iitfive to a verdict In u murder case, \sere i-.ll<>\ved t" witness a ll v i::;; picture display. They had CK- pre>.--ed a desir.- to attend thi' theater us a ri'lii'f, and Ihc jud^e consented.-- < '• !!• i-ii ;,.-;. [^ a Ji-\\ rl, Ijui ob 'I inili y Is n .-, niiu'rfel! Illinois Ihtati- ICefals- tl ! COVINA INDUStRIAL DIRECTORY. ARCHITECTS. C. H. Wedgwood, W. E. Allen, Chas. E. Paige. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Andrew M. Pence. George L. Sanders. AUTOMOBILES. Covina Oarage A. Machine Shop Association. Reo Oarage. BUI,LOER8 AND CONTRACTORS. Clarence Allhon, M. B. Folsom, J. L. Moxloy, O. W. Coolman, U. G. Kring, H. Van Bontlensen. BANKS. First National Bank, W. M. Griswold, cashier; Covina Valley Saving?, Bank; Covina Nationai Bank, V. O. Enylish, cashier; United States Savings Bank. BAKERIES. Home Bakery, Stevens & Matncy, proprietors; Warner, Whitscl Company. BUTCHER SHOPS. Covina Valley Market, Frank Kendall; North Side Market, Robert Crenshaw. BARBER SHOPS. The Owl, Marshall &. Cheney; The Richelieu, Hesseltine A, Lewis; The Stag, J. O. Talbot BOOT & SHOE REPAIRING. Covina Shoe Repairing Co.; Llndop Repair Shop. BICYCLES. Covina Cyclery, Franz Rlchter; Pioneer Bicycle Shop; The Bicycle Repair Shop, G. D. Davis. BLACKSMITHS. Johnson & Nigg; A. J. Rooka; J. N. Wilson, CONFECTIONERY. O. B. Evans (Palace of Sweets); Cummln^'s Confectionery. CEMENT 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 & Dlller. IRRIGATION. Covina Irrigating Co.; Columbia Land & Water Co. HXCLUSIVI- 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. Oscnr Miller. TRANSFER. Covina Transfer Co., Hutchison Bros., Props. NURSERIES. Covina Nursery, J. W. Armstrong, prop.; A. W. Pooley; Arthur Yarnell, OSTEOPATHY. Drs. Stevens & Barren. 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. -9 Sides; F. H. Fabrick; E. L. Jnckson. GROCERIES. Warner-Whitsel Co.; J. F. Home; Robert Crenshaw. REAL ESTATE. Hazzard & Welch; J. M. Stanton; Pollard & Hutchlnson; 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 & Rltcha. TREE PRUNING. William Summers, Ed. Goodnight. T.UI.OHS. 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 DJtii i-re I, piano; Mrs. John Bi'UHjes. pi.ino: Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe, voice ru'ture; r.iibs r.U-i i Brunji:s, pi.tMc; Bess VVcl.ii. v u i c c c u ' t -.i j. PASO KOCLMS HOT SPRINGS On the: Oifist Lino. I he < quai of any in tho world :i!i'I set in the rni<ht of stirh climatic conditions ;i-. constantly invite to the open ;iir. A oV-!ightfnl pi.'ico for rest, recuperation, constitutional treatments and recreation. '1 he new !>;ith house, with its --.iiper!; equipment, i.^ nu- riv;ded by anything in this country. Hy- dropathic treatment*, mud baths, s.vim- ininx baths Turkish Iiaths. Par:i( uiars at .SOITIIIKKX f'ACIHC Of-TICKS. Brave hire Laddies. often receive severe burns, putting- out fire.--. Uu:-i i:v.- JSiickieri's Arnica Salve and forget them. It .soon driven um. J.-IMN. For Jjurn.s, Hcaids, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises i'.* earth's greatest healer. Oliii-.kiy c::r«.:H .->kir: KrUptiori", ' l; d l">ore«, iioils, Ulcers, Felons; irj-.t Pile cure inar!<-. Keiiet is inst.itit. 2->c at C. l'\ Ciapj) s. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Of lari'lH and lots In tlio City of Covina, County nf I.OB AngeleH, 'Alula of Callfor- nl;i, for Die llH'Kil your \'->W. Jji-wll M. Abbott, Mo«tf:ttli:r'« Arid., lot 7. blk. 1; t.'ixoH, $t.:s7; puiialt.y, lie; cr,ni. ",(}<•; tnlal ... .%'.i.',',\ ThiirHlori \j, Hlaneharil, Hh'-rwood Tniel, iot \','i; IHXHH, $1.1.'!; j)i'ri(ilty He; eowt, f.'ie; total $^.07 lli-flii-rl I). lilaiieharrl, Covllia, lot 1>(, blk. '.',; VV. 1,11 ft. of Int. M, Ijlk. II; lot 13, blk. i:;; ta.xen, JIK.Oi); Ijeniilty, $I.SO; COM!, J|.,-)0; total $i!l.:!i) .VIrM. '.'bfiH. A. U'uilelH. Covina, lot '.I, bll<. 5; laxcH, $7.8'1; j/ftialty, "He; cost C')e; total $!U!i Arthur ,(. Keklr-s, Nel/.«;y Add., lot 2H; taxi'H, $l.u), penalty -l.j<:; eunt, 5i)e; lo- ta. I $r..|i; Jno. Ii. fJant, Add. 1, Town of (,'ovlti.i, IntH 7 and M, blk. I; taxes, Jl.fili; pen- ally, 17'-; eoHl, {I.OU; loin, ?«,!.; 'i«-u. \v. crifiitiiH, Cnviiia. i-;. :,:, n. of r.o i'l. of N. 75 ft. of lot in, bll;. 7; taxe.H, :SI.S.",; pi-nally, I lie; eoHl, 50"; lotul.. .2.', I W. I/, 'loodil'-b, Uli'li!i:ond Trai'l, lot is, blk. I; lax.'H, J5.SI; p-rnally, 5Se; eo.-l. ridi-; total ?ii.!iu' Al'-x. A. llriu«liloii, Covina. lot I.",, blk. U; lasi-y, $5.!ili; pMuilly, fjiic; eost, 5i)r-; tolril $7.D.i laiin-M \\'. I.It tli'liclil, Covini, lot «, blk. In; laxi'M, $5.7u; |,i'irilly 57e; cosil, fine; l.il-il ?(j.77 l'':il'i S. ,M;ilcr,n, I |o.J| rt I !<••• Add., lot. 1C, blk. I; I.-I.VM, <:•:;.!.'!; p'-n.iliy, tile; CM: t. .".ni 1 ; total $7. -I I'aclli' 1 l.i(-'ht K I'ov.i-r Co., Covina, lol I'!, blk. 2; tax<-.-i, .fiix.iil- i^'-!i:illy. i;.s»;-. rust, ?l.'ii); lolal $7(1.5(1 M-illlc T. I;|i'i-. Adil .\'o. I, Covlna, lot ^'1, blk-. K; taxi's, .fl.!)(i; penally, l!ic; ,;i:-l. r,nc; total ?L'.:,;I hil'-lnda Itoi-l'.w-il, (.'iivina. lot 17, blk. 5; taxi-M, $10.^1; |ii:tialty, 151.0^; eiint, .",0c; total S1 1.7.! I-:, t'. Hinilli, CflHWol.l Ti-i'-l, lol.-i 5;; nnil <;o; I,IXI-M. 5)11.55; iien-illy $l.0'>; ro.st, $1.00; loin.) $11;.lil Mori'ls II. VViisoii <&, Co., i'alin I'liiec, Co- vlna, lots 1, ^, :',, C, 7, S. i), In, II, l:j, i::, 17, is, HI. blk. I; loin ii, !o, 11, 1^, bll:. i!; t'l.vi-H, .f:!l.ls; ,,cn:ill.V, ?.'!. Ili; fowl, $!l. 50; total $|ii.i!n (IrlMWoIrl Trai't. lot !i; laxc^, jil..|s; pen- nil y, \~,f, cunt, r.oc; toi.ai {::.]:: I!. I-;. \Vllnoa, Kl •hinonil Traec, lot ;;.'!, blk. ::-. I.IIXI-H, ?1.7s; |)i i n,ill.\-, l.\r; ro;~t, 50r; |ot;i| .Ji;. |« It. Alears. perrional property; laxrH. ?2.S5; pi-nally, '".)<•; cost, .">oe; intal SU.i;.| Xotice IH In-ruby tfivi 1 !! tint dcfnull hav- [.ili bri'ii mndi 1 In tin: iiaynii'nl of taxes due City of Co\|na, In J.OH A.HBi.'li.'R Connly, State of Cullforrilii, for tbe ilseal ye.-!! 1 IIIOM. i.'iifiii 111. 1 ! property hereinbefore df-Hfrlbed, I, M. [,. Mchnert, City Alni-Hlial and ex-otlle.lo City Tax and Ll- eenn<! Collcetor In and fur tho City of Covina, by virlun of the authority In me vented by law, unless the taxes delln- f|Ui'nl. toKi'tli"!- \vllh eowlH and iiereonla^eM ari! paid, will sell the n-iil property upon whleli said taxes mv a Hen, on AJondiiy. February tut, ]!IO!). al tho hour of 10 o'i'lork a. in. of thai day, at the nfllec of the Hoard of Trusli-is of the City of Covlnii, IJi'i'd I'.loek, in H.iid City of Co- vl.na- In lip- uiaiiiier provlili'd 'by law. Dal I'd thin ttlli il.iy of .l,i nila ry, I'.iiifl. Al. I,. AIKIIXKI1T, City Alarshal and e.v-olllelo Tax and l.lri.'ii.-c Colli'i-ior of Ihi 1 Cily of Cnviiia. JUST RECEIVED A new and up-to-date supply of Cards and Folders for your photos. Sj ecia' jirices (luriii^ September. C. W. Tucker's Studio KODAKS AXO SUl'I'UKS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR THE VACATION AND AHANDOMENT OF PORTIONS OF ROWLAND AND WORKMAN AVENUES IN COVINA ROAD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF " LOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. liotice is hereby ffivcti that a petition signed by United Investment Co. and 14 others, ankinif fur the vacation and a '..;>;;.-ij./i;:r."::t of th-it portion >'>f Row- lai:d Avenue from A/,usa Street to the westerly line of' the Phillips Tract, 1 -mcl lh.it purtiot; of Workman avenue fr.iin sfiitl Azusa Strict to Use westerly ! line of the said Phillips Tract, as per map recorded in Hook ( ), pags: 4. Miscellaneous Records of said County, ; :->aif) avcm;<M b^.iti^ situated in the. iCovin.1 Head District, County of Low Angeles,State of California, has been lil'vJ with thp Hoard of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles, and that said petition will be heard by said Board, at its office in the County Courthouse, City of Los Angeles, California, on Monday, December28, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California, made December 7, 1908. C. G. KEYES, County Clerk and ex-Ofncio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said Los Angeles County. by A, M. McPherron, Deputy Clerk. 1909 Model • /"• I TPB • k Kissel Imrty %/ Motor -\ '., x-P.i - -. 7 'H li. p. Whei'l 15ase K'7 in. Floating Rear Axle. I Ueam Front Axle. Selective Transtr,issioti. Near Springs '.( ICliptic. Weight—2HUO His. Timken Roller Hearings. Weeels .^Ox.V,. Sj)ceil-- 45 miles per hour. Kissel Thirty Roadster $1500 Kissel Thirty Surrey $1550 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 IMS Angeles, rnadc on the 6th clay of May, 1907, in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Lnclnda Rockwell, a mentally Incompetent person, In the matter of the above entitled estate, the tinder- signed administrator oC the said estate, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, In gold coin of the United States, and on such terms as may be satisfactory to Haiti administrator and lawful, and subject 10 confirmation by trio said Superior Court, HI and after the 1st day of February, 11109, at tho office of \Vm. A. Gaines, attorney for said -administrator and estate, room '101, Chamber of Commerce, 1HO South Broadway, City and County of Los Angeles, State of California, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said estate of Lucinda Rockwell, mentally Incompetent, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, lying and being in the County of .Los Angeles, State of California, and described as follows, to wit: Lot. 1.7, in block 5, of the Townsite of Covina, as per map In Book 9, pages ;:-4, Miscellaneous Records of ]/3s Angeles County, State of California, and all the personal property itemized and described in said petition. Said real property so des".cribed"is recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, Stave of California. Dated this 7th day of December, 190S. WM. A. GAINES, Attorney for the Estate. 401 Chamber of Commerce Blflg. Summons. In the Justice's Court of Rowland township, County of Los Angeles, Stale of California. State of California plaintiff, vs. J. K, Jackson, and R. P. Davidson, defendants. The people of the State of California send greetings to:J. F. Jackson and K. P. Davidson defendants. You are here directed to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Justice's Court of Rowland Township, Los Angeles County, State of California, and to answer bofore the justice at his otlice in Covina. in said Township, the complaint tiled therein, within five clays (exclusive of the (lay of service; after the service on you of this summons, if served within the Township, in which this action is brought, or, if served out "f said Township but within s;ii<l County, within ton days; or within twcii'y day* if sci vrd else where. And ynu are hereby notified that tin'.ess you ^,n appear am', answer said complaint, as abiive required, said plaintiff will CM use your default to be entered ami take judguu'iit fur any tr.uney <.<r (lam.iivrs (kviiand':d in the complaint as arUinu,- upuii contract, <>r will apply to the C'tiurt fur the relief demanded in the cuinplaint, together with the cu.it lit Ml! t. (iiven under my hand this second Uny of January, Vtu't. W. P. Marshall, Justice of the Peace of Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE MADE. I In tl'.i- Su|> fli n' I'onrt i'f thi' Stall- of i i' iln'' :i in i. in iir.il fur tin 1 i',unity ol I.n.- An^.-l'--. In in,' Mitii-r of th" K.-tati' i'f Cillii'il 1'. |ii\i>. 1 '.-.-I a.-.-.l. ll N onli-ii-il, liy tin' I'liiift. that :il! \u-r- > n;.- inl'-i'-l il in tin- .-lair ol .-.ilil ili'- i-i-i.-i'il, a|i|i.-ir lii-t'iiii- iln' saiil Supi-noi I'liui't -MI M nul,i\-. tl.i- s l:i ila>" i)I l-'i-liru- iiy. l:'i'''. al I" ii'i'l'i.-U a. in. of saitl ilay, il I',: • I'iraii K""iu nf sail S'u|n>rii>r ''mill. I «'i'-ii inn-:it .' llii'i'i'iif. in tie' I'onrt I In.is-, ih snil I'oiini.v nf I.u.- Aiit,"i-l,'S. •^i.iii- "I i' ilif'H i:i.i. t'i .--li.iw I'.in.-i- why i-.i ..-.ili-r -'in-,lil lait Ii - ^l.ilit-'il t'i III-- i-M-.-lll'i! 1 .- •••! >.il'l i-sl.lti- tn .-i-.l all nf tl\«' l-i-.il r>t Hi' allil lii'l-.-.in.:; |i|'ilnll> ul s.iiil Ainl thii a ci'jiy of iliis nnl'-r l"> iml)- llslii'il al l-'i-.t fn.ll- MI,-, • s.-i-,-.• \v---':iS ill an.I pal'll-'u-ii i.-i -aiil l'.i:;n!\- .'!' l.'S Aii- H.-l.-s. JA.MI-:S iv IUVKS. ,|:|'l--- 'if I !':•• ^'.\\, I Jllf I ' 'I. j 1 ' it. .1 .1 iii . i i i ' !•.-' I A!.NI-:I. \I.KI:I-:I > i >.\\-is. \\ M i ;i'.is\\' i' i • r..v . ..I-.:.-. ..; > ,i,i ;: -i...i.-. \ M !'!'.\i'!' AH .,.- ^ : r - ..,' i:-t ,:• . FOR SALE Five room house and barn, lot 5Cxl75, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. S1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining above, full bearing Washington navels. SS50. Four room in r >r)r-rti house, Iwo porches, bath, cellar, electric light?, large lot 60x175. E. College St. ?2500. Five room house and large lot 60x175, in center of town. S3500. Large lots, 60x175, full bearing navels. $625. Large corner lot 95x175, solid to full bearing navels, close to Electric road. S1500. 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 $6000, Good terms can be had on all the properties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. YOSEMITE VALLEY Open All Year Why Not Sec Yoscmitc 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. I i» New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Head BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten to Forty Horse Power It is the smoothest": running- deep well pump because thpre are no dead centers, no jerk or jar, and no dang-er_[of breaking the pump rods. Be sure and write for our big- catalogue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing Co. Pomona, California tr Covina Orange Groves e have a large clientage buying- g-ood orang-e groves. If you want a quick sale, list your grove with us. "IT 1'AV.S Tu SEE rs" EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 2S2 Lanifhliii Hlil.r.. I...s Angeles >. W. Mcl'i'r.ald. L'i'\in:t ti-pri.-A-ntativc HUIUL- plu-ne 12'<5, Covina

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