Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 10, 1909 · Page 6
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INSPECT YOUR NEW SCHOOL. Figures Showing Every Expenditure Contracted and Made in Building to Date. A good opportunity will ho presented tomorrow for tho citizens of Covlna to Inspect progress on the now Covina Union high school. The building is now in such shape as will l?lvo the tax-payers an Idea of what It. •will b« on completion, although only the roughest work has boon done, Two stories of reinforced moment have been erected. The ficcond floor may he entered by the front stairway, •where a good view of the Imonso room which IB to he the assembly hall may he ohtalned, and the general plan of the building. For the purpose of Informing the townspeople of every expenditure, every dollar received, or In any way utilized or figured In the building of this school, the Argus will print each month the "down-to-date" report of the Hchol triiHteoB and the architect, including alno the report, of Atkinson, the contractor, arid all contractor having anything to do with the general Kt.rtict.ure. The architect's report each month, which IH submitted to the Hoard of Supervisors and the County School Superintendent, is a correct, summary, but is only a summary, and not a detailed report. For this re;ison tin- entire report, us coming from Dr. f). (',. Jennings of the Hchool boiird wil he printed. Any Kern in Hie tabulated report, not exactly clear to »ny reader will be readily explained at. any time by Dr. Jennings, or Informal ion may bo obtained of the mat tor at the Argus office. Tho report follows: l)oo. M, lllOX, to A. •(',. Smith, first payment on site $l,:!00 l)oc. M, I!)OX, to I 1 '. S. Allen, llrst payment on architect's f<!cs.1,f!45 Dec. 'M, I!)OS, to M. L. Mohnort, Covina City taxes on site 47.7!) Jan. 4, 100f», to Southwest C. /i M. Co.. for iulvo.rtlHlng for bids 4.00 Jan. H, to A. (!. Smith, balance In full for high schol site II ,800 Jan. 21, to A. C.. Smith, first half of state and county taxes, advanced by Smith 58.59 Jan, "3, to A. (1. Smith, for showing title In Covlna Union high school district 5,00 Feb. I, to Los Angeles Trust CX for printing bonds CO.OO Feb. 1, to paper, "Builder & -JttCrvntractor," for advertising "notice to contractors 0.00 Keb. I, to C. Finch, labor .2.25 Feb. I, to V. O, English, for bringing title down 5.00 Alar. 5, to F. C. DesBory, for labor on grounds 8.25 April 5. F. S. Allen, architect. fUicond payment of fees !)0.00 April 5, F. S. Allen, for local supervision 78.12 April r> : .1. F. Atkinson, lowering floor -.175.00 Apri! '„, IIrut payment on gun. cral contract 4,500.00 April 5, .1. It. Matthews, first payment on plumbing contract.5-10.00 Total paid (Hit of building fund $i>o,:!25.oo There has hen placed to tho credit of the building fund of the Covlna I'nlon high school the following: MnixiH '.jico.ooo.oo Premium on bonds :>,(>70.00 Oranges, part, payment 200.00 Large house, from .1. I.. Mat. rhows r.'.HI.OO I'limp house, from S. S. Asclien- hri'imcr '-'.(Ml Smaller house, from W. II. Shaffer ' 1X5.00 flarn, from .1. I'!. Laycnol; (12.50 Tank and tower, from .1. 10. Lay- rook 27.50 Trees, from L. M. Swallow 50.00 Cement sidewalk, A. <!, Clant (>."u Cement sidewalk. II. 1-. Harris. .4.(JO Cement sidewalk, ,1. L. Matthews .7'•>'! Cement pipe, .1. Q. llopner 10.00 Oranges, second part payment. .400.00 Total to April X, I'.IO'.I Idf.L.'ir.V.in A Step In Advance. The thriving grocery linn of Winner, Wliilsel & Co. have contracted this week \\illi the Covina Home Telephone Company to install in their new building a private exchange, having a i-apacity of t"ii local lines, with three trunk lines to central exchange. In Hit- tronl of the store they will main i,tin one line exclusively for Hie use of the general public. This statement ulonc, v. itliout comment from us. Is aullieicnt to show the enterprise of (his firm. i-ASO Kultl.KS li()l Sl'UlMiS Mil tlif (.'i>a>t Line. The cijiril of :my in tin- WMi'liI ,in<l M-I ill tin* miiNt ot >iu'li v iiinat'i' I'l.iuiHinii^ as o>ii^Miit:v nuiu to tin- mn-ii air. A delightful plu-i- !'i.r u--t, ic-.-iipi-iaiii'M. i-ini-iiiuiiiin.il iri-.ii iiR-iil-i and ri-i.-u-ali"n. I hi 1 ii' '.v liatl, ho-,1^1-. will) il> siipcil) ci|uipiiu-nt. i> un- rivali'l liy an\tliiiu in ihi^ luiiutis II;. <in.pat!iic in-aini'-nts, miiil liaths, >uiiii iiiinv l/:lh-. 'liuki-li li.vtl-o. I'artii-ulai- .a soi' i iii-.kx rArii-u: < HT-KT.S NOTICE. Application for License—Saloon. State of California, Com.ty of LOH Angeles, sa. I, C. O. Keyes, County Clerk of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that, under the provisions of an ordinance entitled, "Ordinance Imposing Licenses and Fixing llate» thereof In the County of Los Angeles, State of California," passed by mid Hoard January 20, JflOU, the following applications for Ilcennes under Section 3 thereof, have been filed with said Hoard, and that the hearing of said applications has by said Hoard been fixed for the 26th day of April, 1!)09, at 10 o'clock, a.m., to-wit: Filed Mar. 20, 1009. Name, William Moss. Location, Main Street, Puente, Rowland Precinct. Business, Saloon. IN WITNESS WHERKOF, I have hereunto set my hand arid affixed my official seal this 5th day of April. 1900. C. O. KKYIOS, County Clerk of the County of Los Angeles, State of California,, and Kx- ofllclo Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors, thereof. (Seal) Hy A. M. MePherron, Chief Deputy. 4-10 Suggestive Questions on the Suncfay School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. IN TMK HUJ'KIMOKOOiJKTOKTHIO HTATIO OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR TI-IK COUNTY OF LOH ANdKLI'.H. NOTION TO (JKKDITOKH. FjHlnl.0 of Klmlra Lyori, dceenHcil. Notici) is hereliy givim by the iindfTHiKned executor of the eafnte of Alinirn fj.voii, fhiceiiHed. to (lie crcflit- ru-H of and nil purmiiiH having claims agiihiHt the flccniiHcd, to exhibit the mimo with tiio npcf.sHiiry vouchers, within four months after I ho first (lubllcntinn of UIJB notice, to the said executor of (he above named estate, at the Inw olflcc of A. M. Ponce, Rooms 7 and 8, Ri.cd building, Oo- virm, County of Los AngoleH, Stntu of Cull forula, which nla(!0 Is hereby deslgnnted IIH tho place nt bueinuss of Hiilrl cHlnln, Dated this II 1st dny of March, 1900. 10. P. WARN FOR, Nxfioutor of aforecnid estuto. A. M. PENCE, attorney for Hflid OHtato. First publication Apr. 3, 1909. .51 April 11th, 1909. Ka-ter Lesson. I Cor. xv:12-2[ Now Is Christ risen from the dead, and become the first fruits of them that slept. I Cor. xv:20. Verses 12-1 '•', Does the doctrine of the resurrection of t.be body, rest upon revelatlrn or upon reason? Providing the soul is immortal, Is It, or not, of material ' Importance whether the body is raised or not? If there Is no resurrection of the dead, It follows as Paul here states,, that Christ is not. risen; hut is the converse true, that if Christ is risen then all human beings will necessar. l!y be resurrected? It Beerns that some in Corinth de. nlsd the resurrection of the dead In the sense that there Is no life after death; now If that were true, then how much would there be left of Christianity? What Is the process of reasoning that demonstrates the fact of immortality? What Is the scripture proof of life after death? Can you mention a single nation or tribe of the past, or at the present, which has not, believed In immortality in some shape? Verses 14-17.—-If there is no resurrection of the dead, how would that i make their preaching vain, make our! faith vain, and make them false wit- neswes? Verses LS-IO.—How is it that all men instinctively believe in the immortality of their departed friends, and expect to meet them again? It. was doubtless true In Paul's day that if there svas no Immortality Christians were all men most miserable, because they were then despised, Imprisoned and put to death; but is the same true today? Is not Christ's religion now a grand thing for this world, even if death did end all? Verse 20—What is the ""chief eVi- dence of the truth of Christianity? What Is the truth that Jesus did rise from the dead? (See Matt, xxvi: 1(5-18; Mark xv!:l4; Luke xxiv: :\f>-:'A; John xx: 4.5.14.26; Acts 1:3,V.\,V!,'A\; I Cor. xv;3-8, et se<].) Is the fact of theresurrectlon of Jesus to be proved by evidence, like any other fact, and IB there any other historic fact better attested? Why was It, when Jesus was cruel- fled that His disciples were a dispirited band, havlnglost heart, and going back to their former occupation, and what was it afterwards that put new life In them, antl made them the most courageous men that ever lived? What became the prominent theme of their preaching? IB it credible that such noble men, who afterward laid down their ll'/es for the truth, would testify tnat they had seen and talked to Jesus after his death, if they had not so seen him? Verse 21-22 Would there have been natural death If there had been no sin? Would there have been any resurrection of the dead, if Jesus hrul not been resurrected? Verses 23-28—Was Christ tWflrst man to rise from the dead? When will the general resurrection be? Will Christ finally abolish death and destroy sin? Has Cod put all the forces of nature under the-control of Jesns? Lesson for Sunday, Apiil 18, 1909 --The Conversion of Saul. Acts Subscribe for the Brgus ion Qosp . L. JOIMtb Presbyterian Church Every Night up to April 26th Except Saturday ALL ARE WELCOME AN EASTERN TRIP ;VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE Is one of comfort and pleasure. 'Tis the Short Line from Sorithern California via Salt L/ake City, with beautiful scenic features and excellent train service. In addition to the famous LOS ANGELES LIMITED, carrying both standard and tourist sleepers through to Chicago in Three Day, the Overland Express carries THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL and many other points via various routes East of Salt Lake City. Your patronage will be appreciated, and full particu- ' lars of rates, trains, etc., may be Wad from Salt Lake Route Agent at 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 0. V. Lehmer, Traffic Manager YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD Merced, Cal. New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Mead BUILT IN THREE SIZES,_From Ten to Forty Horse Power It is the smoothest runuing- deep well pump because there arc no dead centers, no jerk or jar, and no danger of < breaking- the pump rods. Be sure and write for our big cata- < logue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing Co. Pomona, California Covina Orange Groves f liavc a large clientage buying good orange groves. If you want a ijuick sale, list your gi'm-c witli us. "IT PAYS TO SRK EDWARDS i& WILDBY CO. 2 Laughlin lildg., Los Angeles D. W. McDonald, Covina representative Home phone 1205, Covina | BONHA/V\ & R1TCHA ||Cement Contractors LKT US FIGL'RK ON ANYTHING IN THE CEMENT LINE j SIDEWALKS AND CURBS OUR SPECIALTY We- are experienced cement men and emplo}- only skilled help. | Home phone 1U07

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