Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 20, 1909 · Page 2
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The Pole Star. Ursa Major and 1,'r-:) .\flnor nr» known (I I:-,') a* III'! iri'ilies :lll(l MM tllC til-eater \\':iin :IIK) Mi!' l,i«t--.<«r XVnin. • tt I:-* curious in noli' Hi;ii i!i" lar:."! 1 ce.'n- Htell.'lti'iH \v:i'-: ^h'c!i (In' liu-liM' 'if lin- hear by tiic Arabs and li.v ill'- lr'i<|in<lx red men. The as<i|>.,i-d i'nn.p- :lre 'ir- (Hli;n'ily fanciful, iil:d l!n' idriMil.v "f the names in thi:; ln;<iniicc MiViifls fund f<ir .'•i|n'i-iil:i! inh. ll'iiii"! 1 !!••'•! 'lolli boar (Mid \v;iin fw:iL"iin in hi-' r<-fcicir cs \n these Mars. II i : (•-, idi'iit lliMl the name bear \\a-i ;i I ran: IM I i'/n from some (irii'ln.'il Aryan lnnu'UM^c, JIM the eon'ilellal Ion In ca'i'-d in Sanskrit rlksha, ;i \\nrd !!i;ii. in different pcn- lll'l'H means In,ill :l I,oar Mll'l ,'l Star. (>' course the |i<il.ir :-t!tr In Iliolail of I.'r-'ii Minor IM the constellation's point, of jrlnry. In Mil-; ruse we may t'jiy fulriy Ih.'ll III'; filil wagM the tiny, iiefji US" III': ;rn.ilp of slat's \\;is oli'-e called (lie do;.:'s t;iil, «r cynosure. 1'i-oui that we have diir \\-ord eynoHiire, tlial toward which ;ill eyes turn. ;IM to Hie dfi^'H tnll f' '• sl^'ht of tin.' pole star. Minneapolis Tribune. How Nora Coaxed the Tips. A group of women were Hlandlng In the eorrldor of u summer hotel when an aged Hcrubwornan started upntalrH with a prill of water. Just t.li(!ii a bright faced, buxom IrlHh charnber- rriald came up. "Thin looks pitrly heavy tor tin: likes of ye," Khe Halrl cheerily to the old woman. "I'.elter let me help." She took up the paid find whlHkod off upstairs with It. '•How thoughtful of Nora!" "Isn't: Klie kind?" and similar expressions rose lo (he llpH of the women. '1'he proprietor of the hotel and another man also witnessed (he Incident. "Clover i;lrl, (hat Nora," wild (he hotel man to his companion. "Shc'H ahva.VH doing somelhlnj.; like that when (here jire people looking on. She getn more tips Ihan any lw> olher ;;lrls In (he liniice. She could afford lo pay me for I he privilege of working here. Kvcr.v Hummer she makes enough to H])(!lid I lie winter In Idleness at her old home In Ireland." N'ew York Tribune. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. N'olii-e }••> hevcbv <i\ ven l!i;it '.],<• ;i M • iii|al meeting of the «' 'iiiiiidhia l.rm.l aii'i U'alCI- ( '.,. V. iii III- ll'-l'l 111 t he oMice ,1' the f'';!iinil>i;i l/ni'. ai.'l U:.'er >'•>.. Harli'.ln ytre.'t. f'o'.iin. 'it Ci" i.mir "I I p. in.. Moii'liiv, M'-ici, "',,. \'.:'i'.i. for I he |,li I'p.r-e --it' r !<•' I ; -i •_; ;, I .,; | 'I ',)' (I i rector 1 - 1 of tlic I 'o; 'i ,iibi:i !/:<ad and '.'."alcr ''n. lo '-ere i'ui t'ie en .-,-| i;i'_' year, and Tor t|,e 11 '.i ',• -a'-i ion of -le'li olli-l bii"!- COVINA INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY. ARCHITECTS. C. H. Wedgwood, W. E. Allen, Chas. E. Paige. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. Andrew M. Pence. George L. Sanders. AUTOMOBILES. Coviria Garage &, Machine Shop As- Oddities of Color Rlindnesa. Color lilindnoHK, or the inability lo dlHl.lngulHh eertaln colors, Is by no rncan.s rare. Incomplete color bllridrieHH IH when a person cannot dlHllngulNh one of the ftindamoiital colors, red, green or violet. If n person l.s told to Rolcct colon) .resembling violet, ho will If red blind usually select bluos IIH well lift violets. If lie Is green blind, ho will select green or gray, wllh possibly some blues and violets of the brightest HU.iden. Violet bllndiK.'SS Is rare. To « red blind person the American flag appears to hnve green nnd white stripes, while the white KUirs appear on 11 violet field. To a green blind person the HtrlpoH hnvo the proper colors, but the field for the stars Is red violet. To a violet blind person the stripes ure normal, lint the stars nppeiir to be set In a dark brownish gray Hold. To n person who Is totally color blind the blue of the flay appears* a light yellowltfh brown, while the rod stripes seem to be a darker brown. I-- i,,-,aL'h< l,ef,,re MI. ,,,'.,.i. soclation. Reo Garage,* BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. .!. fl. MATTHK'AX. Clarence Allison. M. 3. Folsom, J. L. Se.'i-ei;, ry. Moxloy, G, W. Coalman, 0. O. Kring, . M, Van B'Titlensen. ;;M I.VJT:;. BANKS. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR- Fir8t National Bar-k, W. M. Gris DE AND F PERSONAL f'FKjpERr /' wold - cashier; Covina Valley Savings SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Bank; Covina National Bank, V. O. I,, I 1 ,-, K:;[.-li'i-- f,.,ii-i ,,r Hi. fit:i!e r,i English, cashier; Ur,ited States Sav- c.iii!-'.i'.i;ii in -•>;;'! I-i n,<• ''oii.'ii;. oi I..,.- ings Bank. I' •,r ih r: t.it.- .,r (Jiib.-it I i BAKERIES. Home Bakery, Stevens &. Matney, proprietors; Warner, Whitael Company. BUTCHER SHOPS. Covina Valley Market, Frank Kendall; North Side Market, Robert Crenshaw. BARBER SHOPS. The Owl, Marshall &. Cheney; The \ Richelieu, Hesseltine & Lewis; The Stag, J. O. Talbot. BOOT & SHOE REPAIRING. Covina Shoe Repairing Co.; Lindop Repair Shop. BICYCLES. Covina Cyclery, Franz Rlchter; Pioneer Bicycle Shop; The Bicycle Repair Shop, G, D. Davis. BLACKSMITHS. Johnson & Nigg; A. J. Rooks; J. N. A true coffee with a true (ante and : Wilson, a true aroma. A coffee that keepH up in finality-- I'rernier niend. l,v tli" f.'ini t. lint ;ii; ;ie.-.. ••'Hi!-- iiii. r' "l> 'I in I li" <••- i;il" nf :-•;•!'! '!••'•'•:|-''-'l, ;i|i||C;||- ll'-r.lf" (lie :-,-'ll! j-ill (,f-| ill,' f'diil on M'ni'la.v. Ill" '•-Hi (lav of l-'l.MI- ;iry, IIHiIi, at In <.-c|.ick a. rn. nf sai.l .lav, at Ih" Oiurl 111,.,in nf f--:i|.| Hnp.il',1 ('.mil, I lepa 11 mi -rit :: Ih'ii'if, in Ih" f'nnrl linn"", In Hald f'oiinl.v of I,"' A M-;'I'M, Stale of ('a li fort, ia, to rh'i'.v eaii^e v, hy an 'H.ler Khonl'l not he «iaril.-(l to the executory of na|<l e; late (,-> "e|| all nf the real eftalc and ii'-rH'iiial |iro|i"r ly of f'al.l And tliat a copy of thl« oi'lr-r \in pn(>- llMhc'l at leant, four HTleccHfive wee|(H In Iti" f'ovlna Arxa:', a newMpaper jirinled ,'in.l putdlHlic'l In «al(l f.'iiijiity of I,OH An- JAMKH ','. I'JVKH, ./u.!(,•'• of the Hnp'-rior f.'ourt. Hate'l Jamiai-y :,, |:id!i. Ali.N'KIJ AI/KltKI) I)AVIH, lOxe.MllolM of Hal'l Kut.'ltn. A. M. I'KN'cr:, AUoincy for Hal.l I'/ilale. W. W. A- Co. A. J. ROOKS Gene^roJ EUeicksmitHlng All kinds of general and heavy p.\so ]{.(>}',\.] ;s i.'i/i" Hf'kiX'i.s )n thr (.'-,,-; Line. '] i;- : erji;;,; of run j n til" '.v.rM :<• '! -• ; in 'ii" mi'' -t of -!;•.•!) I 1 ;'i'.i-", \vi:I; ii • -,'.!|)e:-;, ff|ui|iin ;n. H nil•i'.'e-il i,y ,'i!i> Miiiu.; in (hi- c',;ir.:'• / |!y- l-.-i.-atlii': treat:)i"i!t«, nitul i;;:!!i-. su'iiJV Assessment Notice. (irnl \Vatcr C'oni- We triamifacturc Ridkers, Orange Hacks ::,rid Box Presses horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone IOQ7 Shop West Badillo St, Csvina Cal and See Us If jou need anything in the HARNESS line and we will give the best goods at the lowest price. Satisfaction guaranteed. Co\/Inei Harness & SodcUery Co. Phone Home 1170 Art Idol Shattered.' Some one has said that people that nrc fond of hero worship should never make a pilgrimage t" nee the hero. Here- Is an Instance: An enthusiastic young lady admirer called on her favorite author. In speaking of her visit she said: "I'm sorry 1 KII w him. lie didn't look at all like an author m> long, wavy hair; no dreamy expression; no even lixed on the stars as If to read the sorrotH of the heavens; no musical, low voice- nothing |o siiggost Iho genius. No. I found him leaning on the garden gale. In his shlrf sleeves, swearing at a grocery boy! Ai:d his hair was close cropped, and he looked as If he hadn't shaved In a week. He \\as the most terribly human specimen I ever saw." • Atlanta Constitution. The Wickedtist Rit of Sea. N'lnt out of leu travelers wmild tell inijiih'ers that the rmuihe^l piece of waier Is that cruel slreldi in ihe Kng- llsh I'liannel. and nine out of len trav elers would say what was nut true. As a mailer of fact, "(he wickedest bit of sea" Is not In ihe I "over si rail or lu yachting, for example, from St. .lean de I,ui/ up to TaiiiUac or across the Mediterranean "race" from Cadi/ to Tangier, nor Is It In rnumllni; Capo Horn, where there l.s what sailors call a "true" sea. The "wickedest sea" Is encountered '.n rounding the ('ape <>( <iciod Hope for the eastern ports of Cape ('olony. What a Scotsman Wears. A Scottish rolTrsiioiiileiH, .s himself "Illinois," writes to us as follows: I'onr Sir I'li-iisi! Hiiitt: in your column thilt u Si-oiMimii uuais it KIH. not kllta. Thus Hurry l.iiinli-r \vi-nl lo uinu.su th» 'lad In u kilt, not In klllH rc^rt't I" say I hat we Hntl mir* unalilc tu aci'cdi' in our rnnv- N|i(iii(lciit's rc(jiu st. Ifi>.spi'ct f<u- I null iMiitiiicls u.s In Klaio that a Scotsman almost invariably wears ncltlH-r a Ullt nor kilts, hut trousers.- London News. Quite of Her Opinion. "(»l.i, 1 did so want lo have u talk With you! I'm simply mail lu £i> nil tti>- Ma^'i'.'" cxclalnu-d a vriivliln^ youiiK lady lu a popular aclmv "Vi-s, 1 shoiilil Iliinli jnii \\otiU1 lie, my di-ar yomi^ lady I" n-miii l.cil tin- KH'iit liistrlon. Consistent. "Why do you \M'ar a >ac!illni: i'-M>. dcali hoy'/ it's your |:!-otli, r that nwu.-. tl.r yacln '' •'\'i-ry triii-, nld chap. This Is me trotlitr'.-, cap " Ck'M-laiul 1'luin Dc-^lcr. COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. i j FIN 1C SI1OK KKPAH\'IN(r AT CONFECTIONERY. O. B. Evans (Palace of Sweets); Cumminjc'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. URY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GENTS' FURNISHINGS. The Broadwell Department Store; The People's Store. HARDWARE. F. H. Fabrlck; W. L. Hurley. HOTELS. The Hotel Vendome. HARNESS. The O'ovlna Harness & Saddlery Company,. ;' IMPLEMENTS. Tworr/ey &. 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. Kcrckoff-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. Kellnr & Thomason Co., Inc., Manufacturers and Inventors of California Farming Supplies. MONEY TO LOAN. Oscar Miller. i TRANSFER. i Covina Transfer Co., Hutchison j Bros., Props. NURSERIES. Covina Nursery, J. W. Armstrong, I prop.; A. W. Pooley; Arthur Yarnelt. OSTEOPATHY. Drs. Stevens & Barren. PHOTOGRAPHERS. C. W. Tucker. PHYSICIANS. Reed & Jennings; Roxle E. Bates, Dr. Lewis Thorpe. PAINTING. C. H. Klstler; S. E. Coons; A. H. Crawford. PLUMBING. W. S. Sides; 'F. H. Fabrlc.k; E. L. Jackson. GROCERIES. Warner-Whitsel Co.; J. F. Home; Robert Crenshaw. REAL ESTATE. Hazzard &. Welch; J. M. Stanton; Pollard & Hutchinson; A. J. Reetz; A. Warner & Co.; Sanders Realty Co.; I,ui-tft> and o)iii|iK-to stuck ut every- | Jerome Reynolds; Covina Land & tiling in tin- lino. i Loan Co., William Clark, J. H. Mat- 'thews; Covina Realty Co., Douglas & Kcp;iiriii|; of all lumU. Fine wau-h , Miller; Edwards & WUdey Co.; I. C. work a biicciulty. Fairly; George Covert Co. ROOMING HOUSES. William McLeod; J. H. Mann; J. H. Whittaker. SIDEWALK CONTRACTING. Bonham & Ritcha. TREE PRUNING. William Summers, Ed. Goodnight. TAll.OHS. D. M. Sutherland; Charles Harris, pitn.v, ]n iii(!i|;;)l ^hirc df (.''iviiifi, Xo'.', Inn I Township, of Lr;s .\nt,'(:U«, Siiifc of (,'rilifornln. iN'dlir.f is J.TTcli.v t-'ivr:» t|j«t at a rncft iut! df tlif' ilircctcrs, held dii thf «l('V('tit)i (hiy (if .JaniiHry, 11)0;), mi a''-.(-sHniciit of -jfiu cents p«r .sffiirrj was leviffl ii[)dn the fnpital slock of th(! aVjovc named (iorporiitiou, ptiyahle itnmi!(liiit(;ly to the ftccrt'tary, at the oHico of thfj Cumipany (if, L'nviriH. County of Los Angeles, Wtsite of Cali- fornid. f Any .stock up.:n which this assessment Hhnll remain unpaid on the 14th dny of February, 1009, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment ia made before, will be Hold on the 7th dny of March, 1D09, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the of.Uce of the company in Covina, County of Loa An^elee, State of California, to puy the delinquent, assesHment, together \villi the cost of advertising and e.x- peiiHO of Hale. J. H. MATTIIFAVH, Secretary. Covina. Cal., .January 11, 1!)00. NOTICE TO -CREDITORS. No. 13U54.. fn the Siipcrior '.'onrt (if: the Slate of California, in and for the County of Lo« A ngeli'H. In the .Matter of (lie Kst.ato of Orvil I. Afaxtield, Deceased. Xoti''e iH hereby given by the nniler- nigncd, fX(-cutrix of tin. 1 estate of Orvil \j. Alaxficld. deceaned, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims igainst the said tlnr.eased, to exhibit the samo with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first Y»ib- ication of this notice to the said executrix, at the office of E. B. Bidwell, Glondora, Los Angeles Co., Cal., which said office is hereby designated, as the ne of business of said executrix for said estate. Dated this 30th day of January, A. D. 1909. MRS. EMMA MAXFIELD, Executrix of Said Estate. R. B. BIDWELL, Olendora, Cal., Attorney for said executrix. KMCAS.ON'AIil,!-; 1'RICKS Citrus Avenue })S YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPF:R HANGING | done, see me betore you let yuur j job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. IMiotie 51. C. H. Kistler , E, WOLFARTH . , Jeweler , * I'itius Avenue Home Bakery Sti'\i-ns Bread, Cakes, Pies, Tarts, cleanin<J andTP EACHir liiscuits, Doughnuts ASS( iK'l'l'. I) CON l-'K •,"!'[( iN h'.K V I'.iilv ilc! i vi-rii"* in l'»\!ii.i .11 ; li 11 V i 11 I'll! IH'U « .; i; I'll. i. I'l'KI'S A Ylv, I'OVI N'A TEACHING. Madame Van Viiet, voice culture; Robert Philleo, violin; Prof. Groom. school music and vocal and instru mental instruction; Mrs. Harry Darn vi- erel, piano; Mrs. John Brunjes, piano; Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe, voice culture; Miss Meta Brunjes, piano; Bess Welch voice culture. Brave Fire Laddies. often receive severe burns, putting- out fires, then use Bticklen's Arnica Salve and forg-et them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile ure made. Relief is instant. 25c at C. F. Clapp-s. JUST RECEIVED A new and up-to-date supply of Cards and Folders for your photos. S; ocia' prices during September. C. W. Tucker's Studio KODAKS AND SlM'l'UfCS Covina, t'al. 1909 Model Kissel Thirty Motor-4.' 4 x4.! 4 '—30 h. p. Wheel Base- -107 in. Floating Rear Axle. 1 Meatn Front Axle. Selective Transmission. Hear Springs ^ Eliptic. Weig-ht—2000 Ibs. Timken Roller Bearings. Weeels—32x3.'-j. Speed- 45 miles per hour. Kissel Thirty Roadster $1500 Kissel Thirty Surrey $1550 FOR SALE Five room hou?'j and barn, lot 5C'xl75, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. S1SOO. Lot 50x175 adjoining above, full bearing- Washington navels. ^5<J. Four room modern bouse, two porclies. bath, cellar. L'i'.'Clrie lights, large lot 60x175. K. Colleg-e St.' •' Five room house and larj^e lot 60x175, in center of town. S.550U. I/ar(, r e lots, 00x175, full bearing- navels. $625. Larg-c corner lot 'J.rxl75, solid to full bearing navels, close to Kleotric 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 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 All 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 O. V. Lehmer, Traffic Manager YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD Merced, Cal. 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 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 , ' |! ^ ' COVINA Covina Orange Groves We have a lar^e clientage buying- jfood orange proves. If you want a <|iiick sale, li>t your grove with us. "IT I'AVS To SHK I'S'' EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 2.^2 Laughlin Mid";.. L U S Angeles U. W. Md><.>naUl, Cuviua reprL-s-jutative Home phuiie 12'>5, Covina

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