Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 24, 1909 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

Covina, California
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Saturday, April 24, 1909
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TRY THE ,v COVINA FURNITURE CO. SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF or FLOOR COVERINGS W. Q. CUSTER,•Manager "BYRON HOT SPRINGS Within easy reach of San Franchco. 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. .Mr. Labatt. h;is been moved from his daughter's borne at Corona to the Angeles hospital at Los Angeles. For the past, week he has been In a very low condition, but at the last of this week he rallied slightly. He Is constantly attended by his children. Dr. Daniel Miner Rogers, the missionary who was killed last week by a Turkish mob at Adana, Turkey, was a cousin of Mrs. William Wator- house. The young man was sent to thismlsslon station about three years ago by the American Hoard of Commissioners for Foreign Missions of the Congregational Church. Lnst year IK- wan married and the last letter which reached his parents, who live in Pasadena, told of the birth of a ha by. The parents of the young martyr have received no details of th" »ragedy and learned of it only through the newspapers. Dr. Ilogft's a;id his companion, Mr. Matter, We •" shot while attempting to r"s'cue an aged Turkish woman from ,".. building which the mob had Mr. and Mrs. fJeorge Kellar entertained at. dinner last Friday K<:v. M:irfln, C. II. Hoggatt. and Hev. and !Mrs. Con ley. .1. C. DcAia.ndcl expect. 1 ! to leave .Monday for (loldfield to Inspect niln- i;iK properly in tha.t vicinity. Mrs. Kli/abelh Hicks had an her gueHlH this week her daughter, Mrs. Martin, and her childtcn, and Mrs. licf'se of Los Angeles. Mr. ami Mrs. C t , T. Hrown on joyed u visit, from Mm, Carlton Hrown and two children, of Ca'.oxco, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ktlward Speer of North Lark 101 leu sired, have been entertaining the hitter's father, Mr. Alfred Merrltt of Dultith, Minn., recently. Mr. Merrltt and Mrs. Speer mad':' a. trip to San Diogo by automobile tills week. Miss Mattle McCoy visited Mr. and Mrs. Hicks of 131 Monte on Sunday. The latter part of last week. Mr. it ml Mrs. William Kollnr hud UH their guestH, Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop of San .lose. Mrs. Lottie Olmstead of Los Angeles visited at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. (Jllu Cargay last week. The Irwindale Miscellany Club will give a special musical program at the home of Mrs. Daniel llelchiird next TncHilny afternoon. Miss Kdmi Modie and Miss Irene Wadey of Los Angeles will contribute to tho program. Invitations have been extended to the o'llcers of several adjoining clubs to he present, at this mooting. Air. and Mrs. Milton Zug are enjoying a visit of several weeks from Miss Young of Illinois. Miss .Miriam Hrown of Los Angeles is spending the latter part of this week with her aunt, Mrs. Robert Kd- gar. Mr. and Mrs. John Adalr of Los Angeles were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Coffinan. Mrs. Ida Wadnworlh, who formerly resided in Ir.vlndalo, but. who IH now living in Pasadena, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoadloy of Cypress avenue this week. Mrs. K. 10. Leech spent several days the latter part of lust week visiting at the homes of Dr. and Mrs. Sweet and Mrs. 1'erdy of Long Heach. Mr. and Mrs. William Watcrhouse entertained last woo It the n'ece of the former, Mrs. (Jrace Rice of Honolulu. Miss Abbie Drown of Los Angeles visited her ranch on Cypress a\enue over Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. I''rank Worle.v were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Schall'er of Covitia on Sunday. .Mrs. .Mark Rice of Orange avenue Kpent a few tUys this week m I lolly- \\.-od. Aii.-;.s Anna Sprotte is conlined to her home on Lark Kllen street by a seviv attack of inllainmatory rheumatism. Mr. A very has been suffering with iiii!amm:i!ory rheumatism for the past we-k. Air. ami Mrs. Daniel Mead entertained on Tuesday (heir nephew. Wilson \V<'St of l.os Angeles, and Mr. Hi-.rry Lon^st reel. a noted baritone smj-er from Chicago, who is in Soii'h • •ni California with a musiial co.i.- j.iuiy. Mr. and Alls. Frank 1'hiiUo oi i.'yjiiv.o.s avenue entertained Mr. ii'id Mrs. .1. R. llamlin of l.os Air-iele.-, Ihlrf .Vcek. Th" Southern Pad fie (Company has H'-tit three new trucks to It:-! Irwln- i dale depot and Is making preparations to b»g!n the shipping of straw- i berries in the near future. j PIENTE. The California Vegetable I'nlon IH making arrangements to ship cabbage from thifi Heotlon next week. They expect to handle about fifteen cars. The recent change In the Southern Pacific train service gives F'uent.e an extra train, which passes through here went bound at fj.'.'iO a. m., and makes direct conectlonH with both the coaHt line and valley line traltiH for Han Kraneh-ieo. MrH. H. P. Green has been engaged fort, he pant week in taking the school census. Leopold Wenk has moved his barber shop to a more central location on Main street. The social dance given by the Kra- tornal Hrothorhood last Saturday evening wan largely aloridod. An orchestra from Los Angeles fiirniHlied- cxcellent music. The Fraternal liro- | J ,l.erl:(.(,d h;,s ( i'L',>,\n\v.:-l] an escort, team (if HXlcen members;. The team is faithfully drilling and expects to give a public exhibition in ashort tlnu . Mm. .1. I'. Green and niece, Miss liellia Cross, P'tumed Sunday from a few dayn out int.; at. Santa Monica.. ,/oiiii Loulh'o ha.s purchased one of the best Improved thranhera and ex- poi ts to do the thrashing for this valley during the coining harvest. The change in the train service gives the I'nonte office another mail which makes a total of four mails daily. carriers from this office are now forty minutes later in reach- Ing the rural routes. Miss Newman of Los Angeles spent Sunday at the homo of f. I' 1 . Hey- noUh) and family. L. Tucker, superintendent of the Baldwin ranch, shipped twelve cars of hay to Los Aagelea last week. Mrs. Marie Gerko and her sister, MlnH Anna, returned to their home In San Francisco last Wednesday. WALNUT CENTER j Mrs. -Frank Stevens and her guest, MrH. I'oe, of Covina, spent Sunday! with Mr. ami Mix. Crawford of Alou-' rm la. i Mrs. Wlllilu, who formerly resided < in Covina, has been 111 with an attack! of la grippe at UK- home of her HOD, .John WlllilM. She Is quite improved ' ut pri'scnt. An (ipUlomu- of \vliooi)!ui', Is prevalent amotiK the children of thin nelKhhorhood. Mr«. .luhn Xt-Uon ami i-hlldron of Los Angeles wi'i-i! KHi'stH of Mr. and '• MrH. Hohcrt Dancer and Mr. and Mrs. j William Harper during the last week.! The three families enjoyed Sunday picnicking In Sycamore canyon. : Mrs. I'lumh ami Miss Mary 1'lumh, who have heen making an extended visit at tlu> home of the former's daiiKltter, Mrs. S. C. MrewsU-r, left the (Irst of the week for their home in ; Kansas. SCHOOL BOND ELECTION NOTICE. Notion IH horc-by Klvon to the qualified electors of HnOson Hchool District of the fJounty of Los Angeles, .State of California, that in accordance with the provisions of the political code of tho State of California, an election will he held on the 21st. day of May, 190!), at the Bchoolhotifie 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 selling 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 norioHHary apparatus, for improving the grounds, will he voted upon. The said bonds thereunder to he Issued and sold, shall be of the denomination of one thousand Dollars each, and shall hear Interest at the rate of five per cent per annum and shall he numbered from one to ten consecutively, payable as follows: Bond No. 1, one thousand Dollars, to run one year. Ilond No. 2, one thousand Dollars, to run 2 years. iiond No. :'.. one thousand Dollars, to run ,'J years. Moml No. 4, one thousand Dollars, to run 4 years. linnd Xo. .", one thousand Dollars, to run 5 years. Ilond No. 0, one thousand Dollars, to run fi years. Hond No. 7, one thousand Dollars, to run 7 years. Hond No. S, one thousand Dollars, to run R years. ilond No. 0, one thousand Dollars, to rim !) years. Hond No. 10, one thousand dollars, to run 10 years. That C. D. Howe will act as Inspector and W. R. Hudson and G. J. Gilly will act as Judges of said election, and conduct the same, said Inspector and .'fudges being competent and qualified electors of said School District. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands this 9th day of April, If)0t). CEO. E. CROSS, M. HAM BAUD, J. W. HUDSON. Trustees of Hudson School District, Los Angeles County, California. May 21 Notice of Hearing of Petition for Probate of Will. No. 14245 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. In the matter of the estate of Al- tnira Lycn, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of E. P. Warner for the probate of the will of Almira Lyon, deceased, and for the issuance of letters testamentary thereon to E. P. Warner, will be heard at 10 o'clock a.m. on the 31st day of March, 1909, at the court room, department 2 of the Superior Court of L,os Angeles County, California. Dated March 6, 1909. C. G. KEYES, County Clerk. By. W. L. Warren, Deputy. A. M. PENCE, Attorney for petitioner. 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 given that a petition, sig-ned by J. B. Coulston and fifteen others, prayinp for the vacation and abandonment of Orange avenue and an alley in Covina Road District, County of Los Angeles. State of California, has been filed with the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California, and that said petition will be heard by said board, at its office in the County Courthouse, City of Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, April 6, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. of s;iid day. The street and alley sought to be vacated are described as follows: Orange Avenue running" from the south line of Badillo street south to the north line of Dexter street, said Dexter street having been vacated by order of the Board of Supervisors April 17th, 1008. The alley running from the east line of Baranca street east to the east line of Lots 4 and fi in Block "A" and from the easterly line of said Orange avenue to the easterly iiiie of Lots 4 and 6 in lilock "B," being the westerly line of Grand View Avenue and from the easterly line of Grand View Avenue east to the easterly line of Lota 6 and 7 in Block 1$ C" of a re-subdivision of the Covina Villa Tract as per map recorded in Map Book 11, pape 182, Records of Los Angeles County. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California, made March 15, 1909. C. G. KEYES, County Clerk and ex-Officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. By A. M. McPherron, Deputy Clerk. LUMBER -Let us figure your bill and see who is lowest. J. M. ARMSTRONG!, Mgr. Pico Heights Lumber Co. Loa Angeles. 4-1 Op raft taim net. SEND FOK FREa tAT LEE'S EQQ MAKER SUCCESSFUL POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure — SOc Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. £34 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES Patrick H. Tetllcsy Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoffice Address, Coviaa Are You Going to Build? If so, it will pay you to let me figure with you. First class work, prices right, satisfaction guaranteed. M. B. FoISOlTI, Contractor and Builder Phone 214 COVINA, CAL. vSee P. E. DOUGHTY for Buick and Maxwell Automobiles COVINA, CAL. Pkone 2188 H E A L D 'S 614 South Grand Avenue, Lot Anielei, California. The greatest business training institution in the south. Open during the entire year. Write for particulars. ' J. W. LACKEY. Manager. BEN F. THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of ' CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE *--> All sizes carried in stock. Reinforced Concrete Buildings a Specialty Yan 1 West Cvpress Avenue Telephone 4037 BALDWIN PARK A ItumornuH imu'thiK of tht> Baldwin Park Woman's (Hub was held on Friday of last wt ok at the homo of .\trri. A. !•:. Carroll, tht> motto of (he day ht'iiiH. "A lilth' tioiiHctisi 1 now and thi'ii, Is relished by the best of men." Quotations from (lie works of Marietta Holly were ni\t'ti in re- spouse to (he roll (all. ami afforded Kretit amusement. Several piano solos by Mrs. Khvell uid a mandolin selection by Mrs. Louise Carrol! were | greatly enjoyed. The remainder ol the afternoon was spent with games and refreshments. Miss Agusta Van Lieu of l.os Ar.i-.e- les was a.uuest of Dr. and Mrs. Diet- rii k this week. \V. II. Townsend \isilei! friends in l.os Angeles dnrini; the ueeU. Mr. Richmond has sold his i>l.h >• on Maine street and with his family moved to r.iletidale this week. ! William St«'\ ensou. \\ Im has hecii so i .M-riously ill. was able to drhe to Co ; \ it,a this u eel;. Tl.e i' : r--! i oiii i-rt n' i l.c ChiiMian Sui.d;i> ?• hool or> hestr;; v. i!! I.- .i-.ui-n ci iil-'n<!u> e\ei;iiu. \pril ''•<'. i.i the i ''i i i.-.i iaii Church. Admis.-ioa Hi- 1 . All :.! v ll.\ ited to NOTICE. Application for License—Saloon. Sliit.e of California, County of Los OS, SS. L C. t'!. Keyes, County Clerk of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and ex-otllclo Clerk of the Hoard 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 Hoard January '20, l!»0:'., the following applications for licenses under Section I! thereof, have been tiled with said Hoard, and that the- hearing of said applications has by said Hoard been llxed for the lii'.th day of April, I HOI), at III o'clock, a.m.. to-wlt 1 Filed Mar. L".>, llhi'.l. Name, William MOMS. Location, Main Street, I'uonte, Rowland I'reciiict. Itusiness, Saloon. ' IX WITNESS WHERKOF, I have hereunto set my hand and aftlxed my otllcial seal this 5th day of April, lUO'.i. C. G. K10YKS, County Clerk of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and Kx- ottlcio Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors, thereof. (Seali Hy A. M. Mcl'hcrrou, Chief Deputy'. 4-10 Notice of Special Meeting. To the stockholders of the Charter Oak Citrus Association: Please take nonce that a special meeting of tin- stockholders of the Charter Oak Citrus Association will! be held on .Monday. May ". I'.MIII, at the packing house at Charter Oak at L 1 p.m. for the purpose o! ec/nsider- ini; tl.e mailer of t r.e contiact now existing between the i!!i-!ulora Cit-| rns Association and the Chartir Oak j Citrus Association j In the interest of our as.-oi iation a] I'll 1 ! l ersonal attend.i!'. e is earnestly. ii'«lueMi-d. If uiuilih' I" attend kindly j ai'poii'.t proxy. j liy ofiler of tic lioarvl of di rev tors. : M..u h ! -. I'"' 1 ' ; K. H. M.iia'.•!,•:;, Se. i'< tary. ! PLAN YOUR VACATION NOW at our expense A CHOICE OF FOUR FREE TRIPS IS OFFERED YOU DURING ALASKA- YUKON-EXPOSITION YELOGWSTONE NATIONAL PARK YOSEMITE VALLEY LAKE TAHOE ALL YOUR EXPENSES PAID IF YOU IIAVK FRIENDS IN THE EAST WHO WANT TO VISIT THE PACIFIC COAST WE CAN ARRANGE IT. This is your Opportunity California Raisin Day — April .iO--Eat California Raisius. For complete inform.tiioii a SUNSET TRAVEL CLUB Room. lf>. Flood Bid. San Francisco

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