Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 27, 1909 · Page 7
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 7

Covina, California
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Saturday, February 27, 1909
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tRV THE /, GOVINA FURNITURE GO. hOR ANYTHING IN THti LINB OF mmmi or H.QOR ((WRINGS YK'o.v MOT si'KIXCS SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE W. (.>. Cl'STKR, Mii COVINAWINS ONCE AGAIN Slow Game and Small Attendance due to Cold Wind. Covina won from the Belvederes of Los Angeles last Sunday in a slow game of baseball, 9 to 5. The cold wind blowing across the diamond chilled the players, and made the work in the field difficult. Compared with past performances the contest was distinctly mediocre. Fairly was on the slab for the home '•' team, and pitched a listless game. Eight hits were annexed from his delivery, but he managed to make six of the visitors swing without effect. Stone for the Belvedeers was worse, however, allowing ten hits, two bases on balls, and only striking out three. The game was rather featureless and devoid of sensation, there being no doubt as to the outcome. Ping Fairly connected twice for two baggers and King also found Stone for an extra base. Bradbert and Stone clouted the ball In a like manner, each securing a two-base hit. Neither team was will- Ing to forego the honors of the error column, so each chalked up seven and quit. The infields had a hard day in the brisk wind and are partly excusable for muffing the pop-ups that they did. A fair-sized crowd of enthusiasts were present and witnessed with satisfaction the victory of tho home team. The score: COVINA. AB. R. 1B.SB.PO. A. E. Hughes, ss 5201111 Lougheed, Ib 5000 11 0 1 P. Fairly, p 5020151 Montague, If 5100200 Kendall, rf 4120200 King, c 4 2 2 0 C 1 0 B. Fairly, cf 4220201 Shirley, 3b 4010231 Wallace, 2b 4110012 Totals 40 9 10 1 27 11 7 BELVEDIERS. AB. R. 1B.SB.PO. A. E. Ballinger, Ib 5 1 1 0 11 0 1 Bradbert, 2b 5220223 Stone, p 5120140 Olsen, ss 5000110 Withrow, cf 5010000 Eagle, 3b 5000251 Lebrant, c 4011512 Dutch, If 4111100 _.Gonie, rf 4000110 Totals 42 5 8 2 24 14 7 Summary. Two-base hits—P. Fairly 2, King 1, Bradbert 1, Stone 1. Sacrifice hits—Lougheed 2, Shirley 1, Olsen 1. First base on errors—Covina 5, Bel- vediers 6. Bases on balls—Off Fairly 1, off Stone 2. Struck out—By Fairly 0, by Stone 3. Passed balls—Lebrandt 1. Hit by pitched ball—Montague-. Time of game—1 hour, 40 minutes. Umpire—Goodrich. BUILT ON PURE LINES How a Bank Account Promotes Cheerfulness A Bank Account bring-s sunshine into one's life. It enables him to look on the brig-bt side of things to know that he is making' ample provision lor the future. Have you a Bank Account? Open one now with the Covina Valley Savings Bank. 4 per cent interest paid. Accounts of Si and up received. Covina \Dalley Saving IBank Covina, California $$SS3^S$$^^ The Safe and Reliable Ktiel BONhA/V\ & R1TCHA Cement Contractors LET US FIGURE ON ANYTHING IN THE CEMENT LINE SIDEWALKS AND CURBS OUR SPECIALTY We are experienced cement men and employ only skilled help. Home phone 1067 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. In the Superior Court of Hie County ol' ()n\iu, r f. State.of California. In Ihe imUti-i nf Ihe estate of .laeoli T. Shaffer, deceased. Notice Is hereby .uiven thai Kllle C. Shaffer, as administratrix of Ihe estate I of Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased, will, tinder and as directed by an order ol' Ihe Superior Court of Orange County, in. the Slate of Callt'oriito, made and entered on the fitii day nl' February, I'.IOO, in the mailer of the state of said Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased, sell, at private sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, live per cent, thereof lo be paid ill Ihe time the bids are presented and the balance to be paid upon the continuation of Ihe sale, all the right, title and interest of said estate In and to the following described real estate, being the property of the estate of said Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased, to-wit: The North Haul quarter of Ihe South West quarter of the South East quarter of Section (>, in Township 1, South, Range 9 West, S. 11. M., in (ho Rancho Addition to San Jose, in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map of the subdivision of the llaneho Addition to San Jose and part of Rancho San Jose, recorded In Hook 22, pages 21 and 22, Miscellaneous Records of said county. Such sale will be made- on or after tho 15th day of March, 1900, in 1 bids for tho siinio will he received by the undersigned administratrix »l her post otllce address, R. F. 1). Route No. H, Santa Ana, California, or nt the olllee of F. O. Daniel, her attorney, Roonui 4-(> the First National Hank Bid., in tin city of Sanlii Ana, California. Each bid must, be in writing and be accompanied by cash or a. chock cert Hied by a responsible bank, or a post, ollloe money order, for live per cent, of I In amount of the bid, which amount will be applied upon tho purchase price if the sale is made and confirmed lo said bidder, and, If not, II will be returned to him upon the confirmation of the Kale lo any one else. Said Hale will bo made subject to the approval of I ho court, mid said land svlll be sold subject to a niorlgagn of $1500 thereon. If, after confirmation, (ho purchaser neglects or refuses to comply with the terms of the sale, said administratrix will ask for sin order of resale of said property, and, If the resale docs not amount to enough to cover tho bid and expenses of Ihe previous Halo, such purchaser will be held liable for mich deficiency. Dated February 20, 1000. KFFIR U. SHAFFER, As Administratrix of the Estate of Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased. F. O. DANIEL, Attorney for said Administratrix. J. H. Simpson to Erect Beautiful New Home on Cypress Ave. Built on pure architectural lines governed by the fOngllsh idea of country residences, Mr. J. II. Simpson's new homo, which ho will erect shortly in the Covina district, will be one of tho unique and beautiful homes of Hie valley. The house svill be erected at a cost of $C,UOO, and there will also bo built a modern giiragf; and .slable. The architect is II- M. Patterson of Los Angeles and the contract for building has been taken by M. U. Folsom of Covina, who has built several attractive country homes in this valley lately. Tho first story is to have an exterior of veneered brick, followed in the second story and gables wiili stained tirn- bor and plaster. The interior will consist of nine rooms with large bathroom and wide hallways on both floors will bo a comfortable and convenient feature, panelled wainsooaiing in tl"- dining and living rooms, all finished in Oregon pine, will lend to those principle rooms the cosy effect of English homes, and the buffet will be hull! with loaded window-doors and plate glass shelves. The; home will occupy tho corner at Cypress avenue and Sierra street, on one of the. twenty acre tracts belonging to Mrs. Simpson. The residence now occupied by the family at Jrwindalo is in itself a beautiful and comfortable home, but the new one is erected for th<- purpose of residing nearer Covina. The garage and horse stable will comprise two separate buildings, the foundations for which have already been laid. «•* CALIFORNIA We own four thousand acres of the richest land in the San Joaquin valley which we can prove to you to be as good EARLY ORANGE LAND as there is in the state. Every foot of this land is guaranteed to be absolutely free from alkali, hardpan or any other injurious substance. Alfalfa at Delano is a Fortune Maker Anything you put in the gr«und will grow Five inches of water per day is guaranteed to each twenty acres. The price of the land and water is only Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Oqdcn Personally Conducted Tutirist Excursions from Los Angles to New Orleans, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Ghicajjo, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Pan! ami other points in the East without change ol-cars. Through the wanner climate of the Smit h, with its rice and cctton lields; or over the route of the 1'iniieers of '•!<), and across C-reat Salt Lake "^oiit^ to sea on a train." I), li. St'HENCK, Aireut. Covina I loiiu 1 plioiK 1 M4 or (i. L. TRAVIS, Commercial A^eiit, Pomona Home plionc (>1; Sim.set Main 70 Southern Pacific I.os Angeles Ofllce, (iOO H. Spring St., corner Sixth Covina Livery Stables J. W. KEEPER, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged Home Phone 30 Ri:s. Phone 1024 It takes a ffood deal of Machinery ; v (".-• to run your raiicli, doesn't it? Soiiictliiiitf need lixinir? T!i;i!.'s what we: do - WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly e(|iii|>|)i>d fur all classes of machine work. 1'attcriis made. Kslimafes furnished. We manufacture tin- "KT" valves and f.-'ates. THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. Shop ;uid Oilier op|i., site S. I'. Uep ,t | |,, mi - I 'hone 2>V> ('.,,vi na, ('.,U. $125 per Acre Our local representative is JEROME REYNOLDS, Covina, Cal. He has seen the land and will be glad to talk with you about it. S.f. Capital Stock $300,000 Fully Paid Up T (0. <v '•"*- "V H'"i- V H- 5 WE PAYS 7T/n DANK ;2* • v ' MAIL MOMTHIY BALANCES- WE WELCOME accountB of any amount from $5.00 •*.•< Currency may bo wifely aunt through the mail by registered I letter, or remittance may bo made by cxpreaa money order, i I bank ch«rk or draft -which need not be registered. :: i :: ::] .a~. yM rfM«r. U. A Office, 351 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. '"r DIRECTORS ("t- JOHN HAYS HAMMOND HAKKY I'AYNK WHITNKY LKWIS S. THOMPSON HARRIS HAMMOND S. F. Ji. MOKSK •*» REFERENCES FitzCJerald .v Harry <>l PiihadoiiH • *?* Inun money ou imiebfa and improv- -',} «•(! real estate ut lowr.vt rurn-nt ruli-s. ^ Write or tidtpbunt; ibnin at ['ii-smli na > ^ or call up J. W. Pn-utHb, d.vina *? ; phone -21:11, and a.rk t«. l,nvc a K.-[,rfc ^ of tLe linn call <,n you. tf ,. Fir->t Natif^nal Hank, f<os Angeles Crocker National Hank, San Francisco Firrit National Hank, iKtlano l-'ir-^t National i>ank, V'i^alia The National Hank, Visalia. Uunn Merc.antih- Agency Los An^eh-i (^hambi-r of (^o Los An^elc-i Realty Hoard Title Irisurair. >.• and ( Co., San Francis.o. Moving Heaven and Earth And also a:iyl hin^clse that will move. Tr.irislerui^ luniituie, pianos, delivering express p;u ka^es. carrying United States mail, taking out parliei to the canyons and In-aclies. Jlaulin^ oranges and all kinds of heavy teamin;', OKI'^CIC: With Wells-Kar^o on Citrn, Avc'iiue Covina Transfer Company Res. Phone ! 10* Home I'hone HO i i t --i n - r * - " " Subscribe for the Brgus,

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