Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 17, 1909 · Page 3
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GAME FOR COVINA. Paraffin Paint Company Proves Easy for Local Team 9 to 4. Covina played too much baseball for the Paraffin Paint slingers, and daubed It all over them In last Sunday's baseball matfnee, by the score Of 9 to 4. Ping Fairly did the war dance around the pitcher's mound for the locals during seven Innings without giving the visitors a look In; but he loosened up a screw in the next round and allowed them the privilege of one run. Ferry and Haight took turns slamming them over for the painters, and were received heartily. Most of the men took a liking to Ferry, and by profuse slugging got away with four runs In thesecond. inning. One more dropped in the third and Stewart displayed his uncharitable disposition by starting the fifth with a two- bagger. Three scores came across in this round, and Ferry called for ttis blanket. Haight took his place, allowing but one run. For the last inning Magnate Covert stuck "Bush" Wicker in the box for a workout. Wicker started well •with a strikeout, and retired the next in an by Stewart's assist to Cap. Libby. The next two men up took lively pokes at the sphere, then a walk was allowed. Another hit brought the third man across, and Wicker took pains to fan the next man out. In the very first round a pretty double was pulled off. Rehor hit ^afe. ly, Lewis laid one onthe ground to Shirley, who threw to Stewart, to Libby. Montague's consistent fielding in left was about the only other feature that deserves mention. At no stage of thegame did the city men have a chance. Their ten swats were well scattered and the fielding of the locals was fast enough to make the result certain all the time. The score: COVINA. AB R H SB PO A E Aguayo, cf 5 1 2 1 1 0 0 B. Fairly, rf 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 P. Fairly, p 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 Stewart, 2b 4 1 2 0 2 3 0 Montague, cf 3 2 0 1 4 6 0 Shirley, 3b 2 1.1 0 3 4 1 Wicker, ss 3 2 21 I 0 1 Kendall, c.. .... 3 1 0 08 0 1 Libby, lb........4 1 1 0 8 00 •~—r—/ To t a is.. 34 9J1 3 27 8 3 »-, PAINT COMPANY. AB R H SB PO A E Rehor, rf 3 1 1 00 0 0 Lewis, ss 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 Haight, If 5 0 3 1 3' 0 0 Dellaraco, 2b 5 0 1 2 3 2 1 Gaston, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 2 2 Laraml, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Seckler, Ib 4 0 0 0 9 1 0 Swarts, c 4 1 2 0 5 3 0 Ferry, p 3 1 1 0 2 4 C Totals.. 34 4 10 3 24 12 3 SUMMARY Two-base hit—rStewart. Sacrifice hits—Shirley 2, Wicker 1, Kendall 1, Lewis 1, Ferry 1. Fitst base on er. rors—Covina 3, Paints 2. Left on laases—Covina 5, Paints 7. Bases on Lalls—Off Fairly 2, off Wicker 1. Struck out—By Fairly 5, by Wicker 2, by Ferry 2, by Haight 2. Double plays—Shirley to Stewart to Libby. Hits—Off Fairly 7, off Wicker 3, off Ferry 7, off Haight 4. Passed balls —Swartz. Hit by pitched ball—~Montague. Umpire—Goodrich. TURNED AWAY WORSHIPERS. Holy Trinity Church Unable To Accommodate Crowds at Easter Service. Easter Sunday service at the Chnrch of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) turned awny one hundred people who could not get into the crowded church. Extra seats were brought into the building were all taken nearly an- hour before the high celebration at 31 o'clock. The attendance was the largest In the history of this denomination. The musical portion of the service, lasting from 11 o'clock until 12:45, was exceptionally well and "Benedictus" were sung better than at any previous communion service, the choir of twenty-five voices interpreting these difficult numbers with good effect. The solo singers of the service were Mr, H. N. Wells, leader of the Choral < society. Mr. Henry L.> Marshall, MriC Jjilda Brunies arid Mips Evelyn Fletcher. Rev. Alfred Fletcher preached 'two sermons, morning and evening, relative to the resurection. About 150 partook of communion in the morning. The Easter music will not be repeated this year as has been the custom in the past. NOTICE. Application for License—Saloon. State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss. I, C. G. Keyes, County Clerk 'of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and ex-omclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that, under the provisions of an ordinance entitled, "Ordinance Imposing Licenses and Fixing Rates thereof in the County of Los Angeles, State of California," passed by said Board January 20, 1903, the following applications for licenses under Section 3 thereof, have been filed with said Board, and that the hearing of said applications has by said Board be^n fixed for the 26th day of April, 11)09, at 10 o'clock, a.m., to-«it: Filed Mar. 2'.t, 1009. Name, William .Moss. Location, Main Street, Puente, Rowland Prec-inct. Business, Saloon. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 5th day of April, 190'J. C. G. KEYES, County Clerk of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and Kx- otlioio Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors, thereof. i.Seab By A. M. McPherron, Chief I*eputy. 4-10 EVANGELIST LOCKED UP. Rev. Bulgin and His Singer Are Sued for Criminal Libel by Oklahoma Officials. GUTHRIE (Okla.) April 12—Rev. Bulgin and his singer, Prof. Ross, both of Los Angeles, Cal., have been arrested on charges of criminal libel preferred by accused county and c:ly officials, and sued also for $50,000 damages. M. T. Kane, chief j ustlce of the state Supreme Court, tonight designated Judge Carruthers of the Okfuskee Hughes district to convene a special grand jury Wednesday morning at Tecurnseh to investigate charges made by Rev. Bulgin, a traveling evangelist. The following citizens of Fottawatomie county are implicated: District Judge W. N. Maben, County Attorney, Virgil Biggers Assistant Attorney J. D. Lydick, Judge E. D. Roasor, Sheriff E. A. "Bill" Sims, Chief of Police of Shawnee. SCHOOL BOND ELECTION NOTICE. Try it f<>r breakfast Top Xutt-L .air. W. W. i Co. Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of Hudson School District of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, that in accordance with the provisions of the political code of the State of California, • an election will be held on the 21st day of May, 1909, at the schoolhouse in said District, between the hours of 1 p. m. and 5 p.m. (during which period and-between which hours the polls shall remain open), at which election the question of issuing and soiling bonds of said district to the amount of ten thousand Dollars, for the purpose of raising money for purchasing school lots, for building or purchasing one or more school houses, for insuring the same, for supplying the same with furniture and necessary apparatus, for improving the grounds, will be voted upon. The said bonds thereunder to be issued and sold, shall bo of the denomination of one thousand Dollars each, and shall bear intercut at the rate of five per cent per annum and shall be numbered from one to ten consecutively, payable an follows: Bond No. 1, one thousand Dollars, to run one year. Bond No. 2, one thousand Dollars, to run 2 years. Bond No. ,'i, or.o thousand Dollars, to run 3 years. Bond No. 4, one thousand Dollars, to run 4 years. Bond No. ~i, one thousand Dollars, to run 5 years. Bond No. 6, one thousand Dollars to run 6 years. Bond No. 7, one thousand Dollars, to run 7 years. Bond No. H, one thousand Dollars, to run 8 years. Bond No. 9, one thousand Dollars, to run (I years. Bond No. 10, one thousand dollars, to run 10 years. That C. D. Mown will act as inspector and W. R. Hudson and 0. J. C.illy will act as Jud«'-H "t said elef- tion, and conduct the same, aaid inspector and Judges being competent and qualified electors of said School District. IN WITN'KSS WHKRKOK, we have hereunto s<-t our hands this Oth day of April, llio'j, OKO. K. CROSS, K. ROWLAND, | ./. W. UCDHON. I Trusfnhs of Hudson School His;• trict, l.o.s Angf.-lt-s County, California. Business Branching Out. lines of the Coviun Harness & Sad- that this firm Is prospering along with tho general prosperity of the community. This .ompany 1ms recently added since April 1st, a full llnp of buggies, heavy wngnns, plows and, orchard machinery, which is to be carted In ooiijiinrtlou wifh the blj; line of harness gods ami "thing's for the horse" which the company has always maintained. Au inspection oftlie store room ami sample rooms of the firm this week found the manager in full swing of getting his goods Into marketable ahape. The Dunlap buggy, niado In Flint, Michigan, Is oue of the prlncidal lines, and among the tools for farm work the Empire plow and Red Star heavy wagons play a prominent part. In buying machinery for the farm and harness from the local firms the rancher in this vicinity escapes the penalty of paying freight or express and the amount is not added in proportion to the price of the gooda, for the company is able to ship In wholesale lots. The rancher receives the tools set up and in perfect assembled condition for ready work, while the purchase of tools from a distance means that a whole day must be spent in assemblylng the parts, sometimes with poor success. The Covina Harness & Sadlery Company is able to give a little lower price on everything than can be obtained in Los Angeles, as the proposition of high rents does not affect the local firm. An inspection of the stock by the ranchers In this vicinity will undoubtedly meet with an approval on the part of the persons wishing to buy. Country Looks Well. The ranch of 100 acres belonging to W. S. Sawyer in Walnut Center ia worth driving a few miles to see these days. The barley hay Is standing almost shoulder high between hia orchard trees of walnuts, one of the finest crops of barley ever grown In this portion of the valley. The secret of the splendid crop is of course the fact that Sawyer's ranch lies in a very fertile belt, and is irrigated with plenty of water from the La Puente Cooperative Water Company. Other ranches in the Walnut Center country are looking especially well at this season of the year. The crops of alfalfa are looking well and are somewhat advanced for this season of the year. A good deal of building Is going on, several new and attractive houses having been built In the past few months, and new acreage is constantly being set towalnut trees, with an intermediate crop of alfalfa, corn or potatoes. INT THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OP LOS ANGELES. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of El mini Lyon, deceriHOcl. Notice is hereby given by tho imdcrsiRtied executor of the estate of Almira Lyou, deceased, to tho creditors of and all persons having alnitnH iifiuiriHt tho deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within four months aftnr tho first publication of this notice, to the suid executor of the above named estate, at the law ofliue of A, M. Pence, Rooms 7 find 8, Heed building, Co- viria, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which place IH lioreby designated as the place of business of enid enlato. Dntod this fllflt d»y of March, 1000. JO. P. WAKNEK, Exfiotitor of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCE, uttorney for siiid estate. First publication Apr. 3, H»Uf». &t IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING clorU', see me; before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler THOKOUOIIiJKKD (ornisl) Indian Oume Trios $10.00 Kgg-> .*.'?.SO per Setting C. L. SMITH cl. 3 Axusa United States National Hank SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARING. HIGH GRAOI. S evve Money by buying thill reliable, honert, j high grade tew* j Ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. National Sewing Machine Co, BeMdere, III. A Bargain 5 Acres Valencias between 3 and 4 years old zii4ii 'water Price $4,500 $2000 down. Balance, terms to suit. In Al condition. Near car Hue. See us],for other snaps. MIMII & Oilman Office, opp. Pacific Electric depot A Horrible Hold-Up. "About ten years ago my brother was "held up" in tiia work, health andiiap- piness by what was uclivcd to be hopeless Consumption," writou W. R. Lipscomb, of Washington, N. C. "He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctor«, but found no help till he used Ur. Kirj^'n New Discovery and was wholly cured by .six bottles. He is a well man to-day." It'stjuick to relieve and the surest cure fur weak or sore luiitfs, Hemorrhages, Coughs arid Colds, Bronchitis, La (Jripjx;, Astlimii and all Bronchial alTcctioiis. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by C. F, Clitpfi. Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS ftlocksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave A. J. ROOKS General Qiao lorn It h Ing All kinds of general and heavy Blacksnuthiug^. We manufacture Kid^ers, Orange a:id Box Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone IOQ? Shop Wesi Badillo fit, Ccvina Call and See Us It you need anything in the HAKNKSS line and we will \f\ v« the best floods at the lowest price, Satisfaction guaranteed. Covina He*rn<ess Co. BEAUMONT AGAIN EXPANDS IN SCOPE TWO MAGNIFICENT NEW SUBDIVISIONS PLACED ON THE MARKET IN 5 ACRE TRACTS. APPLE VALLEY AND THE FAMOUS MELLEN FRUIT RANCH GO ON SALE AT GROUND FLOOR PRICES. AT THE SAME TIME LAND COMPANY OPENS PERMANENT NEW OFFICES AND LECTURE HALL AT 616 S. BROADWAY. To moot tho requirements of space and provide facilities for tho handling of extensive- and recently acquired tracts of Boauuiont laud, the Beaumont Land & Water Company on Monday moved Into and began transacting business In its now ground floor offices, 61(5 South Broadway, Los AiiReloB. Several thoufi. and dollars have boon spent to In. stall fixtures and decorate tlio room, unique- features of which Include hand.built desks for the corps of ton agents, a mezzanine balcony covering 800 square foot and a complete lecture hall, wherein three daily stsreoptlcon lerturort on Beaumont will be delivered by Mr. .John D. Reavis at 10:,'fO, L':.'!0 and S p.m. The offices and lecture hall \\ll occupy 20x102 feet, mn.UIng tho oHtab- llshiiient one of tho numl, complete and commodious in tlio city. Concurrent with the new move, the company announces tlio purchase of two largo tracts of land, Apple Valley, comprising !!L'0 acres adjoin. Ing' tho Highland Homo Ranch, and also tho famous Thomas Mellon ranch of 4158 acres, The acquirement of Apple Valley Is a distinct biiHlnoHH triumph for wealthy owners had hold It for years, tho laud being of tho highest quality. Tho grantors of tho Mellon deal wore Thomas anil Helen Mellon, who have occupied tho property continually for 24 years. Fruits from Mellcn's ranch took first prize at the Chicago World's Fair and the orchard Is especially famous for apples, pears and prunes of which there are about 1000 full bearing twos 6 to 20 yoanu old. Valuable water rights, Including extensive riparian lands In Wallace canyon, also passed to the company in the Mellon deal, thereby augmenting tho supply of water for Irrigating tho newly acquired lands In Apple Valley. Tlio subdivision of Apple Valley into flvo aero tracts IH already complete ami this, with the Mellon ranch which will also bo offered In small sly.od plots, were placed on the market Monday nioniliiK, Water In stool pipes for domestic; and IrrlK'illiiK purposes will bo convoyed to each holding and streets will be opened and Kradod. The value of the now tracts at, open- Ing prices is over $115,000 and this when figured In connection with the sales to date of $440,000 make the Beaumont proposition mount fu volume to approximately $550,000. Figured on a basis of sales of $'18,000 in February nntl March, the iiiitnagninent exports to pass the half million mark in less than five mouths, so In order to meet future demand, plans are already under way for other large subdivisions. The new tracts are. level land lying In tho foothills of tho San Bernardino Range, from 1 % to 3 miles north of Beaumont townslte. Soil Is said by exports to bo especially adapted for apples, peaches, pears and cherries. Tho latter fruit thrives on ad. Joining ranches to hte highest, degree, tho ncro output reaching In Home cases $'100. Pear trees on Mellon's orchard, five years old, are reported to have shown an equal return, while from an apple orchard nearby over $700 was realized. The elevation of tho new properties ranges from 28fiO to 3100 fnot above son level, which Is Ideal not only for deciduous fruit culture, but health as Mellon's location, which has boon known for years as a refuge for as. thnmtlc.s and sufferers from bronchial troubles, la but sixteen mllea from Redlands, thereby placing tho pro. ducts within easy roach of the markets. The original Mellln orchard and about ,')7 acres of implanted land adjoining on the west, making about. •18 acres all told, goes on the market at. the extremely low price of $8500. This Includes tho ranch homo, barn, corral, fruit storage, mid apparatus for drying the fruits. This Is a rare and exceptional chanco to buy at tho right pvlce one of the most famous producing: fruit farms In Southern California. Liberal terms of pur- 1-liM.BO will bo made and as tho crop Is just coining on, now Is the thuo to buy. Directly adjoining (,ho planted Mol- lln orchard on tho south, wo have surveyed a lino tract of Irrigated bench land Into moderate sized ranches. This Is right on tho banks of Edgar Crook, soil Identical with Mollon's, and still wo are opening this acreage at tho very low figures of $1150 an acre with wfttor, thus giving one of tlio greatest, ground floor opportunities since Beaumont was launched. Selections at these prices , must bo made before May 15th, when prices will be advanced $2.50 arid |r> an aero or still higher. Wo urge you to call and Inspect or write for tho maps of thonow tracts and make early and ndvantagoouun selections, Intelligent ideas of tho new lands can best bo had through alUuidhiK U)« lecl.uroH, at which complete descriptions will bo furnished. Also please accept this as a cordial Invitation to Inspect our new establishment. Yours very truly, BEAUMONT LAND AND WATER COMPANY. New location of olllc.es and lecture hull, (III) Boiilh Broadway. Cut out and mall today sure: BEAUMONT LAND AND WATER COMPANY. OWNER. Olllco anil Lecture Hall, <il<S Month llroadwuy, Lou AtiKoles, Cal. I want, to know more about Beuuiuont and Its Irrigated apple lands. Bend me maps, literature! and Information. It sal.lsfuclory may want to go l,o Jtoaunioiit. on one of your Hunday or Thursday oxcnrnloiiB. mo railroad rales from this point. Niuii"... Address BONHAW & RITCHA Cement Contractors M«;T US FKiUKK ON ANYTHING IN THK CKMKNT MNI'J SIDKWALKS AND CUKHS OUK SPKCIALTY \Vt! arc experienced cement men and employ only skilled help. Home phone 1007 'j Hume 1 17u LOOK! LISTEN! If you want to st.e that ni<e new AUTO Laundry Delivery Wa#on, ju.it drop a card to Lorbi-er Bros.' Pomona Steam Laundry, the ablest and most up-to-date laiindrymen in the: valley, arid te!J 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 The Safe and Reliable Fuel

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