Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 27, 1909 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

Covina, California
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Saturday, March 27, 1909
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x GOIVNA FURNITURE GO. SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE FURNITURE or FLOOR COVERINGS W. Q. CUSTER, Manager BYRON* HOT SPRINGS Within ca?y reach of San Francisco, Wonderful curative properties of the mud and mineral baths and waters. Reached from Los Angeles through the San Joaquin Valley. Information at SOUTHERN PACIFIC OFFICES. LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Mrs, Ahner Millar visited her pf.r- j cuts. Mr. mid Mrs. Seymour of Mun-i roviti lust week. On returning homo! Saturday her hor^e stumbled nnd fell, | throwing her from the carriage nnd 1 severely bruising lier. Hho was con-' lined to he,- house for several days as | a result, jf IKT fall, but IB MOW improving, Mrs. William IJiddiok and little son, Guy, nf LOH Angeles have been visiting Mrs. IJiddieVs parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Mead, since IBM!, Saturday. Mrs. Biddick Is convalescing from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buririgtori of Lns /Srrgeles are upending the week end at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snavdy. Mrs. K. I'!. Leech and Miss Kuth Leech arc visiting in Long iicuch for »i few days. • Mr. and Mrs. Ormnri Oak hud as their guests hint. Hnnday Mrs. V. •). Hturge.s find H. L, Oak of Los An- (jenrge K, Crops shipped Ihree cars nt barley to tin; (ilnhe Milling Company last week. Service nn the extension of the Puente rural free delivery mail route to Walnut Center will begin April Dm. Thin week five cars of hay were shipped from the lociil IJaldwin ranch to Santa Anita ranch. George Cross and daughter spent Saturday in Los Angeles, attending the matinee in the afternoon. BALDWIN PARK Mr. and Mrs. Arnold of Chicago are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Deitrich. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnston are rejoicing in the birth of a daughter. The little girl arrived on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Maker and two children of Glemlnle spent this week Jvvith Mrs. Maker's mother, Mr?. II. A. Davis. A marriage license baa been issued to Kred J. King of Latin, (Jal., and Edith M. Schilling, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling of Maine street. AZUSA Mr. nnd Mi"). VV. VV. Tozer of Los Angeles spent u few days las!, week at their ranch on Orange avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. enjoying a visit I). lleckert are from their son, .Jack Ilcokert of Han Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. K'lymond .Sloan of Cypress avenue are entertaining the hitter's nephew, Charles Harrison of Texas. Mr. Harrison expects to locate in Ay.usa. Mr. Khodos of Ooldfleld Is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, C. DuMnnde). The following guests wore entertained Sunday by Miss Vetn Month nt the home of her parents on West Puerile street: Miss Alice Newton, Clem James and .Ralph Crook. The young people are seniors from Pomona College. Mrs. Eleanor Tloskiris and Mrs. Cox of Alden, lown, spent sovdrnl days this week as the guests rf Mr. and Mrs. K. 10. Leech. Airs. V, C, Devendorf and M)BH Ada Devendorf left, yesterday for Capitola to atlend the annual con- I't'i'enoo of tho Young Women's Christian .VsHoeifilion. They will visit relatives in the northern part, of the slate. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Simpson entertained Sunday at, their homo on Cypress avenue, Ur. nnd Mi's. I 1 '.. V. Kice of A /lisa. Mrs. Kate Sunburn of Pasadena is visiting at, the homo of .her staler, Mrs. L. II. Hoot. Mrs. KcmlorH, who has been upending the winter with Mrs. linger of Lark Ml leu street, leaves in u few ilii.ya for Chicago. William Waterhoiisr has sold seven acres of bearing navels on Orange avenue, smith of tho dcctrlo railroad, to Mr. Richardson of Pasadena. Miss AIIIIII Hprolto had us her vui'slH Sunday two nurses from the (Join) Samaritan howpilal and Miss Mac I'oifmiin. V. M. Grteter has sold 80 Peres of unimproved land west of town to Lawrence & Ron and W. P. Taylor, j Water will he put upon this land and j it will be subdivided and put on tho | market, in the near future. The A/»«a Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Htar entertained the Grand olllcers of the lodge at an elaborate bari(|uet last, night. The di»- Oreat Crowds at Revival. The evangelists, Martin and Hoggatt, have won tbe> hearts of the people, nnd great audiences are crowding to hear them every night. The Naomi Avenue Christian Church of Los Angeles, sent out a delegation j one hundred strong hist Wednesday evening to hear Dr. Martin, who is held in highest honor for the great work he has done for that congregation. It is expected that other dele- j languished guests included Worthy | gallons from surrounding towns will Grand Matron, Mrs. Anna Marie! (! rimo to hear the evangelists from PUENTL Paul Diiliei of Franco is visiting his undo, Louis Didier of this plain 1 . Mrs. (iosuon, who bus been spend ii|g si 1 vi« nil months with IKT sister, Mrs. Melnnis, left this week for her hiuue in W innipeg, Canada. Lenli'ii services worn conducted Sunday at St. .lijaoph'ri Church by the Jiev. Pit Ih i' r Idle of N'ewmark. The, KraliTiial Brotherhood n f I'D. elite will give it daiien April 17th in thr Ki iiernal hall. .1. Marker uf Tucson, Ari/ona, wa.-i iu I'ueiite Momlay making arrange incuts lo h:i!i<)lo striiwbi'rrios. tine humlred and tlfly i rates •.>!' berries \\ill b t > e\piv-seil daily to Mr. liar ktr. Tin- new siaughler honsti of Key ii'il.K A Craig was completed .Siiliu day. Mr-v .lobn Cr..--, nl' LU-, . \nml,.- \ i.-ili .1 leluli\i-, bcie i,\er I In- UrtU j'li.l. M I . and Mi -i. Mull \\ i i r laki-n 1 1, [ i," (''unity liu'iiiilal |j-%i \vi-ek. Mr. Mull I-. a paial.X'l ic and 1:1, \\ lie ii tiiiiciin^! willi neule ln^iit li, •ulil,-. 1 -) the i.l ibe 'Al'.'li. Johnson of San Francisco, and flrand Patron, Alexander Fraser of Ocean Park, beside guests from Los Angeles, Allinrnbra and other points. Mru. J. W. Culvert, Mrs. Leslie Smith nnd Mrs. Mlankenship were tho cornmitteo h/iving the banquet in charge, Justice of Peace Oeurgo E. Olover tried the following crises Tuesday: II. 1 ( 1. Mussen was lined 810 for disturbing the peace; Antonio Ortuno, charged with heating his wife, was flriod 9'W or ninety days in jail. Tho offenses were both committed on Monday, A box social was given Tuesday night by tho Kebckahs of A'/.usa. The affair was largely attended and 140 waa raised for the furnishing of tho new Odd Fellows ball. Chas. Morris and family moved to Pasadena on Tuesday. For several years Mr. Morris has been proprietor of the A/.uia Implement Co. He will engage in the same business in Pasadena. II. D, Briggs, manager of Camp Rincoii, returned from the San (la- I/rid canyon Wednesday night. He reports that six inches of rain and two inches of enow fell at the camp during the recent, storm. Such HIIOW fall in tho went fork of tho San (Jahi id is very unusual and is being enjoyed by the families who urn wintering in the ciinyoii,, .snow battles bo- ing the favorite amusement. Air. Mriggs slates that, splendid trout, fishing is insured by tho heavy rain at this time of the year. This company has taken up a tract of government land in the west, fork of Hear canyon which will tie lined as n pasture fur the company's stock. Last, week while building a trail to this hind Dwight Hriggs ami Hilly Pot lev ciime uimii a mountain lion, but lie- ing unarmed they were willing I hat, ho should proceed on his way wilh-i out interference. I Tho properly known us the Kmmcll I'nlluvd place, on (iiaml avenue changed hands last week, hohiK sold by C. C. Pelors to i\. L. Homier of N.,rth Carolina. The properly consist* of ten aeivs of I oaring Valencia iiriiiinen and a ten room house. The price [mid WHS $-.2:2, OIK). Mrs. Kdith Coulter purchased nix lot.s on Soludad avenue between First and Second streets from W. (!. Chimcdor of LOH Anguli'H. The snlii wan made by W. P. Harm's. C. I-'. Karl has sold live acres of bearing orange* on the corner of A/usa avenue and Hoiiita otn ct to Mr. Jones, who ovviijt the adjoining prop erty. 6 IDtH) wad the prioo iect'ive.1. Tim crop goes with the properly. WALNUT CENTER. time to time. The first two weeks resulted in '25 additions to the church, and many more are expected to come, as the interest is deepening continually. The following subjects will be discussed next week: Monday, Match '1 — Personal Magnetism. Tuesday, March DO—The Limit of Affability. Wednesday, March 33— What to Do with the Baby. Thursday, April 1 —M i a p 1 a u e d Trust. Friday, April 2—- Elocutionary and musical recital. Admission 25 cents. Saturday, April 3—The Pleasures of Sin. Sunday, April 4—11 a.m., Do All Things Work for Good? 3 p. in., Lecture to men only. 7:30 p.m., Popular Amusements. Monday, April 5—A Defense of Judas Iscuriot. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR THE VACATION AND ABANDONMENT OF ORANGE AVENUE AND AN ALLEY IN COVINA VILLA TRACT, COVINA ROAD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Notice is hereby pivcn that a petition, signed by J. II. Collision and fifteen others, praying for the vacation and abandonment of Oianyc fivcnue and an alley in Covina Road District, County of Los Angeles. State of California, has been lilecl with the Hoard of Supervisors of Lor Angeles County, California, and that said petition will be heard by said board, at its office in the County Courthouse, City of Los Anifelcs, California, on Tuesday, April (>, VW), at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day. The .street and alley sought to be vacated are described as follows: Orange Avenue running' from the south line of Uudillo street south to the north line of Dexter street, said Dexter street having been vacated by order of the Hoard of Supervisors April 17th, I'lOS. The alley running' from the east line of Haranca street east to the east line of Lois 4 and (> in Hluck "A" and from the easterly line of said Orange avenue to the easterly line of Lots 4 and o iu llloek "I:!," belli),' the westerly line of Grand View Avenue and from the easterly line of Grand View Avenue east to the easterly line of Lots o and 7 iu Hlock "(."' of a re-subdivision of the Covina Villa Tract as per map recorded in Map Hook 11, page 1S2, Records of Los Angeles County. lly order of the Hoard of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California, made March 15, 1'xi'). C. G. KKYKS, County Clerk and ex-Ot'licio Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors. Hy A. M. Mcl'herroii, Deputy Clerk. Jshnssn &, Migg BLACKSMITHS Blocksmithing sf all Kinds Mr. Udicrt.s uf l.o.s Angdrs vi.sitt'd Q uf his pr.iiertv heio tho Ilisi ( | the „ , , . ' Specialty week. r ' Mrs Ui.uers of Hell spent a few j .lays with her daughter, Mm. Harper. Taylor l{olu>i IMJII, whu was operat eil iili.m fur an ;iUee;-s of I he rib last 1 w ee.U, is iai):ru\ iiii; -^!iiv\ !y. Mr. an.I Mrs. t'lumle I', ,:iu'l. u .t 1.1 .Monte i;nt! ( )l I i,- I % M|'|I-v n;aile a I llsilie-<> (lip Iu Tlliaii' ennillv la-l \\i'i'U. letllinin.; U'eillie-il.i\ .1 t|-|> V, eel;. irj C t 1 * Ct i i i i u _ u. i a e '; i >. 'I'li" ct !l,e iilil Sail (', ['..'.i! e •. ! 1 Ke [ I i : ,!'i 11 ^ c! a.l Kil.iN. '"• iu ' ! " ! l' ! - !ll| > ;; " '"''•••- ll1 "-- 1 ' i' 1 - '•' w>.rA a ......cUilt i! lin all:- I'!. i i i -i -r\ 11: i .-, ,U!'i v, ,i: , i;i aliiiinl.iiu • lei : he (•(limn- ^ea--iiii. k.'iit'u-> Avei..:,; r>| \ YOUR VACATION NOW at our expense A CHOICE OF FOUR FREE TRIPS IS OFFERED YOU SEATTLE DURING ALASKA- YUKON-EXPOSITION YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK YOSEMITE VALLEY LAKE T.AHOE ALL YOUR EXPENSES PAID IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS IN THE EAST WHO WANT TO VISIT THE PACIFIC COAST WE CAN ARRANGE IT. This Is your Opportunity informatioii address SUNSET TRAVEL CLUB Room 16 Flood Bid. San Francisco 25 Copies Sheet Music Free Conditions: Send us a list of names who you think might buy a piano. For eachname we will send 3-011 one copy of 50 or GO cent sheet music and for each person's name furnished by 3*011, who makes a purchase of a piano, we will give you 25 copies, express charges paid from Los Angeles. All lists must be received by us on or before March 30th, 1 ( )0'). Mail or bring- your list of names to Yendome Hotel, Covina. State if parties have an old piano or organ. LVCORE PIANO CO. Of LOS ANGELES, CAL. A.!.hv-> ;:- l.l'l'ORK 1'IANO CO., caro ui VKN DOME.HOTKL, Covin:t Cai.

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