Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 20, 1909 · Page 7
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VICTOR YIN TENTH INNING Covina Ball Players Win Game by Slugging the Ball. Covina 5, Woodill -Ilulce 4. The Portland coast league team may possibly como to Covinn niul aucceed in dazzling the eyes of mtuiy aspiriuR fans; they may boot the ball all afternoon mid pull off multiple fielding activities, bnfc it will certainly be n hard proposition to spring any surprises that the crowd did not vituess in last .Sunday's paine. They will simply close- their eyes and re- cnll the picture of tin; horsohidi- Hit. by pitched hall•- Hughes.Stownrt, Cosby, Corbin. Timo '2 hours. Umpires- Gnrtisnn and Church. Brave Fire Laddies. often rccoivo severe burns, putting out fires, then use Llncklcn's Arnica Salve and foriret them, tt soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises its earth's greatest healer. Onickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief is instant. 2.Sc at C. F. No. 13.H73. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE MADE, In UK> Sup"rinr Court of the Stato or I'iilifnvnla, in and for the County of Lo> . lu the Jln V.). D-ivis. I It i.^ rinliTi SIIIIM illti'ivsl of the Kstato of (iillicrl !. liy the Court, Hint ali PIT<1 ill Ilio r-U;lt" ol Siiid (|e- reaf.-i.fi, ajipcui- licfYnv the said Siij-'-i-ioi- Court on .Mond'iy. Hie Sill cl;iv of 1-Vi.rn- iiry. r.i'i'.i. at in o'rlork :i. in. 'of said day. at the Court Itonm of 'saiil Su|>.iio!' ,,..,. i i ,, i -Cfnn-l. I II-M.-I r( iin-nt L' th"i'eof. in the Courl pellet sailing up and out, and Brad- hions,.--. in .s:mi Coumy ..f i.,,s .An^.-ies. st:iu ' ," f c.-iiifovi.ia t.j phow .MUM. %!,>'• .'iii fiulii- slnitilil not he f;r;inli-<l In the ley loping around to third base, making possible tho two runs that were necessary to skin the hopeful Woodill-Hulse aggregation. Stewart WHS up (list and made u single; then Bradley lugged his snp- pling to tbe plate and drove out the prettiest three hor.se swat that has been seen this season, Stewart ambling home. Wallace np, fanned. Shirley sacrificed, scoring Bradley, and winning the game. Fairly lobbed them over for Covina and made a neat job of it. He pulled out nicely in the fourth inning after Wisel drew a two bagger, and Sawyer reached first on Libby's error, by fanning the next two that faced him, retiring the side. Not a man reached first on a walk and lie 'succeeded in retiring four men by the strikeout method. , Features were plentiful and the variety of sensations that the teams handed out was enough to tickle the sporting palates of the most pretentious. Pete Aguayo romped in from right to snare wbat looked like u sure hit back of second bnse, while Shirley rose to the occasion in the first inning by leaping for a high liner aud doubling to second. IIo also got a c.bquce to make another double in the ninth by saving a juggle and shooting it to first to catch the runner off. The catcher for the city men made a,?0;e running catch of a foul in the eighth. Wallace in center worked like a veteran, getting all that came near him. Stewart got three hits and a pass in five times at bat, which helped some in the scoring, although iii tbe ilrst of! the tenth, by his two awful fumbles of mnders, and Shirley's muff of ' an eBsy^popTfyT'tne score became 4 to 3 against tbe locals. In tbo second inning Covina was enriched by three hits, by Stewart, Bradley and Montague, Bradley's be' ing a double. One run was registered. Tbe Woodill-Hulse nine evened up in the third. Covina blanked in the next frame, but took a lend of t And that n ropy of this order lie pnh- lislied nt least four Kueeossive u-ooks in the Covina Arnnsf, n newspap, r prlntefl and published in said County of LMH -\n- gele.s. JAMES C. HIVKS. .Tudprn of tlu> Superior Court Dated January 5, innfl. AliNKIl AI.KUKD PA VIS AV. M. OKISU'tlLIl, lOxeiaitors of said F.slate. A. M. PKXC'13. Attorney for said Estate. In the fifth both Shirley up drew one in tbe fourth. sides tallied one. a single, stole second and went to third on Agueyo's fielder's choice, but was out at the plate. Hughes was out on a bunt, then Pete dashed for the plate and slid around the catcher, scoring by two inches and hardly a sneeze to spare. The visitors were bound to keep the game tied up, for in tbe sixth Freeman singled, went to second on a passed ball, third on a sacrifice and Lome on Miller's neat single. Both sides blanked until the classic tenth, when Bradley's big bit necessitated the left fielder to negotiate a small Marathon. Miller was good in the box for the Woodill-Hulso team, striking out six men and swinging handily for two singles. Garrison aud Church did the umpiring to tbe entire satisfaction of bulb sides. The score: COVINA AB R H Hughes, gs 5 0 o Libby, Ib 50 0 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. In the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the Estate of Gilbert D. Davis, deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of said Court made on the Sth day of February, 1909, in the above entitled matter, the undersigned Ahner Alfred Davis and W. M. Griswold, executors of said estate, will sell at. private sale to the highest bidder for cash gold coin ol! tho United States (subject to confirmation of said Superior Court) on or after the 9th clay of March, 1009, at the law office ot A. M. Pence, Rooms 7 and 8 Heed Building in the City of Covina, County of Los Angeles, Slate of California (at which place offers or bids will he received) all right, title, and interest of said Gilbert D. Davis, deceased, at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest which the said estate has since acquired by operation of law or otherwise, in and to the property described as follows, to-wit: Parcel I—.Lot One (1) of fractional Section Thirteen (13) in Township One (1) South, Range Ten (10) West, S. B. B. & M., in the County of Los Angeles, State of California; also that portion of the "Old San Bernardino Road" now abandoned, bounded Northerly by the Southerly line of said Lot One (1), Southerly by the Northerly line of the San Bernardino Road as now established, and Bast and West by tho East and West lines of said Lot One (1) extended South to the Northerly line of said present road; except the Northerly Sixteen and one-half feet thereof conveyed to the Southern Pacific Railway Company; together with water right. •Parcel II.—Lot One (1), in Block One of the Phillips Tract, in the Rancho La Puente, County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 9, pages 3 and 4, Miscellaneous records of said County; containing Eighteen and one-half acres more or less; together with 55 shares of the capital stock of the Covina Irrigating Company. Parcel III.—Lot Two (2), in Block One (1) of the Phillips Tract, In the Rancho La Puente, County of IMS Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 9, Pages ,'5 and 4, Miscellaneous records of said County; containing Seventeen an.d three- fourths acres more; or less; excepting about Three and one-half acres there- from situated in the Northeast corner of said lot; together with Fifty shares of the Capital stock of the Covina Irrigating Company. Parcel IV.—Lot. Seven (7) In Block Ono (1) of the Phillips Tract, In the Rancho La Puente, County of Los Angeles, Stale of California, as per map recorded In hook 9, pa gem :; and 4, Miscellaneous records of said County; containing Ten (10) acres more or IOHH; P. Fairly, p.... 5 1 1 Stewart, 2b 5 2 3 Hradley, c 5 1 2 Montague, If. ...SO 2 Wallace, c.f .... 5 0 0 Shirley, 3b .50 1 Atjuayo, rf . . . 4 1 1 Totals.... 44 u 10 SB PO A 1 1 2 H 1 1 4 E 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 .5 O '.i 1 (I 0 0 11 New Cadillac Thirty This car is absolutely 61550, which includes horn and five lamps. .?2x.i 1-2 tires. Think of this—-The Cadillac people in Los Angeles have already taken 254 orders for Cadillac cars. Doesn't that speak for itself? The factory has notified them that they can only have 300 cors out of 12,000. It will pay you to look into this car it you arc in the market. We can make a few prompt deliveries by having had our deposits up since June 20. Call and see iis and have a demonstration. Home Phone 4'); 2.M-242 West Third St., Sunset, Red 491. POMONA, CAT,. OSLER & MATTHEWS Rich Delta Land in Kings County $45 per Acre We have for sale in tract to suit purchaser d40 ajres of rich delta land near Tulare Lake. Soil is deep sedimentary deposit, best in the world for alfalfa' which grows to perfection here. Land is subirrigated. Alfalfa land in vicinity produces S40 to $50 per acre without irrigation. Only 3 miles from growing town and million dollar beet sugar factory. Near one of the largest and most successful Jersey farms in the state. If you want to buy rich land at a price which insures handsome returns, investigate this proposition. J. H. flatthews REAL ESTATE LOOK! LISTEN! If you want to see that nice new AUTO Laundry Delivery Wagon, ju*t drop a cai*d to Lorbeer Bros.' Pomona Steam Laundry, tin- ablest and most up-to-date laundrymen in the valley, and tell them to call for your laundry or give you their price on work. We call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Work strictly up-to-date. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY House Moving McCRARY EROS, are prepared to make contracts to move buildings of every description, heavy machinery and tree moving with promptness and despatch. We have the experience of years in the business and guarantee our work. McCrary Bros. ARGUS BLOCK Phone 5008 Covina, Cal. OF N A SCO Smoot!l Surface Roofing ^m^ L^ • • m m±M ^^^ ^^T An absolutely new proce.t.s (hut rc.ni.it.i oil « ciilliern Kerckhoff-Cuzner /Will and Lumber Cs. Home 148, Sunset 253. Covina, Cal. WOOIHLL-HCLSK Venuljle, 2b. . Clu'.s.i, Ih Cosby, If ... Corbon, ss. . Wisel, c .... Freeman, cf Sawyer, 3b . Tucker, rf. . Miller, p Totals. . AH K . n 0 . ', 0 , 1 ', 1 > o ', 1 ', o ') 1 i o H 2 1 o o o (i Sli 0 o 0 1 o (I o II I) PO A 2 4 12 n lo (.• 1 li o 14 43 4 * 3 SUMMARY Three \jtt»v hit Uradley. 'i'.vo l,;i-i- hith Fairly, Uiadley, Wif.cI •_'. S;ic lific-.' hits Lihljy, Uradlfcy, H!.irli-v, Kawjt.-r. .Miil<r. FirM Lasn '/n <i n.rs, Wuodill-UuUfe TJ^ (.'.>\iua ! Bases on hall.s Oft Millci '.i. Struck cut L'y Faiily 4, Milltr >>• l-VuUc plays Shiilt-v tu Stf-v.ait, .SIiirl<->, t.- I.iLby. Pii^-.l Ull IJ'ddl.-v. together wllh Thirty shares of the capital stock of the Covina Irrigating Company. Parcel V.—Lot Kltfht (S), In Block One (1) of the Phillips Tract, in the Rancho La Pucnte, County of Los An- Kcles, Stale of California, a.K per map recorded in Hook i), panes !! and 4, ! Miscelhiiiemis records of said County; i 0 i containing Ten (I'M acres more or | 2 I less; together wilh Thirty shares of ihc capital stock of the Covinu Irrigat-! ins Company. I PERSONAL PROPKKTY, TO-WIT: ! Twenty-five and one-h'ilf conlH of' wood; One .Jersey cow; One Hay rnare; | Three set of harness; One pair of i mules; One cream mare; One horse' coil; One single biif-'j-'.y; One driving, horse; One pair of gray horses; One j white marc and colt; One Dain wago.., | ^'ii inch tread; (me Main wn^on, '•> inch ' iread; One St udebaker wa^on; Two: Potter Cultivator.-:; One double disk; piow; One Kiy.ht. di:,k harrow; Two j walking plows; One spring tooth liar- • row; Farming tools Miscellaneous; , 1,1'Hni shares of the capital stock of: Pian'.-: Kiicalypt us Association No. 1; Seventy-live shares of the capital stock of !.• Saj/e liros. Co.: J-iflv share.; of the ciij,|i}i| siocl; of Ihe J'acifir: \S'iie- !'-.-s Teleii.r;:ph Company; Twenty five -hares of the capital sior:!; ot ('unsoli- dated Mineral and Chindc.il <'iiri\i'ur,'. '1'eims--Ten per ceni ol piucha.-e pi i< •• pa> alile at ihe t nne '.f .lie tin- i,glance of the purcha.-.e piici ai/e ii|iijii crjn'iniiai ion of .-..'i;.| .1 i!.. ai.ove eniitli-d Conn. Ali.\'i:p. ALI-'ltKlJ L.\ '. i.- A. M. PI-JN'CK, Clarence Allison 1 Building Contractor Plans furnished for kinds of buildings. Hay, Grain, Cereals and Fuel WilOLHSALH AND m-TAH Delivery to l£very Part of the Valley SAN GABKia VALLLY MILLING COMPANY Home Phone 1 ( > COVINA, ('A I,. CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. W. Budillo St., on the new electric line. COVINA, Hani Phone MO Res. IMionc l'.»8 COVINA MEAT MARKET J. I'. KENDALL, Prop. Orders falcon and deliveries! Hindu daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 3f> CO VINA, CAL,. "Greatest Electric Pciilwdy System in the World" The Pacific Electric Railway jG6 Milei of Modern Built Standiird Guiifje Lines Reaching the Principal Cities and Towns, Mountain and Seashore Resorts of Southern California Luxurious Observation Passenger Car-,. Prompt and Reliable Freight, Kxpn-ss, Telegraph and ('.S. Mail Service. I'"or inf(;nnatir/n and literature ref^ardiii^ tin- ^rcat MT. LOW!''. 'J'rij., li!';AC;jI KKSOKTS an<l other point, ol interest, sec )o''al a^ent, or addre--> > < jenera! I'a > >;:ii(/e'' f'cparf- ment, Room ?.')<,, I'arifn, i'',ld tri<: Uuildin^, Los Anj^-h-., C,il, Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL, Wi- carry a full line of Builders' Hardware Our Tools and Cutlery arc- from the best manufacturers Sev our Stoves, Heaters and Ranges of every description Wn.sliiny Mochiries end Mi/use I'urnisliiuos Pointers' Supplies Wire Mallinjj mid Pollery H E A L D 'S 614 .South (jrand Avanuti, l,o» Aiitfelni, California. Thn ^n-ah-nt. )jiJHiru:f.u ijuini/ij^ irir.t.il uUon in tlin HouUi. (Jpun durlfiur t hn i-nt in» yrnr. WriUt for li.'irticuliifH. .1. W. J.ACKI-:/. M.uiJii"'.'. LARGE ORANOI: S[:l:l)LIN(iS I : OR ORCHARD PLANTING l:i JUirlmrii :'.f.fl »ln'll Walnut i. I'.in.;,, l.i-nion :. l'',ni'-l'.-.. I'luK'lil /. I 'amir H'n i i aii'l Wlnlli i. Kuliu •-!;> TulMi ' 111.iili'.i 'I if. , A- • •;na !!'•,'••. <•<<•. Sl<l I III..\NI) M.U'-.l-.l/ir.V . !• II lii'lu.,//. l'i..|,iirl.ri-, I'llsuilrnu. '.'ill. i'l.oi.i . lli.n.i- :•:,.'.<! Main ill'). BEN F. THORPE CliMliNl .".I fiiin 1 iirt Mm of CI:M1;NT IRKKiATING PIPE AHoi ne -aid e.-.l; The Argus Turns Out first-Class Job Printing 'en; 1 '/n '•(! < 't, i•>• t'

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