Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 15, 1909 · Page 3
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SALES Of MANY ACHES. Unruh Mafcet R«port on the Baldwin Estate. H. A. Unruh, special administrator of thfc estate of "Lucky" Baldwin, filed bis account as such officer this week In the Probate Court. It will be up for confirmation In Judge Rives's court on tbe 21 Inst. Unruh •erred as such special administrator from tbe date of Baldwin's death, March 1, last, until April 7, when the will was probated, and he entered upon his duties as executor of the estate. The account shows that In that time a number of pieces of acreage of the Arcadia tract were sold. There were more than twenty pieces of this land. In each case where the Arcadia acreage Is Involved a right of way for the Sierra-Pacific Land and Water Company Is made a part of the sale. The following sales of Baldwin real estate are Included in the report: Lots 136, 137, 138, 139 and 140, sold to Z. E. Talbert, $17,588.94; 12.25 acres, to Katharine C. Brooks, $1962.11; lot 6, ten acres, E. P. Trull, $1555; lot 46, ten acres, Joseph Rittigstein,$1552.50; lot 41, ten acres, same, same price; lots 160 and 161, Rancho La Pueute, B0.88 acres, S. L. Watts $8500; part of lot 125, Adam Enright, $482.99; lot 57 ten acres, Hannah Ruenitz, $1552.50; lot 47, ten acres, Henry Herbett, $1552.50; lot 106, Fred Kuhn, $3105; acreage In lot 13, Abner Lambert, $1445.60; south half of lot 113, ten acres A. Herbett, $1605; lot 120 and part of lot 119, Milton Kauffman, $1689.69; lot 39, El Monte Walnut Place tract, C. P. Grigg=, $2738; one-half of lot 122, Horace M. Dobbins, $1762.50; lot 123, twenty acres, and lot 124, same amount, to Horace M. Dobbins, $3525 each; lot 125, fifteen acres, Horace M. Dobbins, $2643.75; one-half of lot 129, Horace M. Dobbins, $1762.50; lot 130, Horace M. Dobbins. $3525; lot 105, W. A. Matern, $3630; lot 30, same, $802.50; lot 140 and part of lot 139, Claude L. Congdon, $6000. The special administrator reports that the receipts for the period of his service amounted to $28,128.79; and disbursements, $14,686.92; leaving on hand at the time of making the report, $13,442.87. The receipts do not include the sales ,of land. There came into the hands of Administrator Unrah by the death of Baldwin the following personal property : 180 thoroughbred horses, 200 horses and mules, 1000 head of cattle, 7000 head of sheep, 15,000 bales of hay, 400 sacks of grain, 725 shares of the capital stock of the Los Angeles Racing Association and 125,000 shares ' of the capital stock of the Santa Monica Gas and Oil Mining Company, the whole 'valued at $200,000. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Llnscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. May 16, 1909. Paul's first missionary Journey.— Iconlum and Lystra. Acts xlv:l-28. ~ Golden* text" All "UuPgods of the nations are Idols; but the Lord made the heavens. Psalm 96:5. Verses 1-2—Point out on the map In your Bible where Iconium is situated. Can two missionaries working together do more good than they could working separately? Has the story of Jesus lost or gained, In Its charm upon the multitude, since that day? Was the unbelief of these Jews a matter of the Intellect, through lack of evidence, or was it a matter of the heart; that Is, a result of their rebellion against God? • Verses 3-7—How do you account for the fact, that thesame evidence, and spiritual demonstration, which made one part of the multitude turn to God with gladness of heart, made the other part angry in heart, and murderous in their actions? Would you judge from this story, that all the good people were on the side of the apostles, and all the bad and dishonest people on the oilier side? Will a wise and brave man, sometimes run away from such danger as threatened the apostles, or will he always stay and face it? The apostles fled to Lystra and Derbe; where are these places situated? Verse 8—Is there ever any blame to be attached to those who are born with either physical or moral defects? Are parents ever to be blamed for either physical or moral defects in their children? Are pre-natal influences as powerful In shaping a child's destiny as postnatal? In our present national condition, should the state provide for and maintain all those who are born In an Impotent condition? Verses 9-10—Is faith, like this man had, possible for all, or is it a gift of God, the same as the resultant grace and healing? Was this a miracle, and whether or not, does God Intend to run this world by law or by miracle? Verses 11-13—What was the Idea that these people had of the Deity? How would It be likely that Barnabas resembled Jupiter, and Paul Mercury to these people? Is it a trait of human nature to believe In some popular superstition, rather than the plain truth of God? Verses 14-15—If a man of God Is being regarded In some superstitious way, is it his duty to administer a rebuke? Have the best of men got the same natural passions as the worst of men? What comfort is there to us In the fact, that God made " the heavens and the earth?" Verses 16-18.—Does God pay Uio same attention to the crops of the sinner, as he does to the crops of a saint? Verses 19-20—Was it the same people that stoned Paul, who before this wanted to do sacrifice to him? Can there be any reliance placed upon the applause of the multitude? Verses 21-28—What kind of a man is he who, laid out for dead through stoning, starts on his way the next day preaching his story of mercy and love? Lesson for Sunday, May 23rd, 1909 —The Council at Jerusalem. Acts xv: 1-35. AftftEftiMENTHNOTICE. Columbia Land and Water Corn- puny, principal place of business, Covlna, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors, held on the eleventh day of May, 1909, an assessment of 500 centH per share was levied upon the capital stock of the above named corporation, payable Immediately to the secretary, at the office of the company at Covlnn, County of Los Angeles. State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 14th day of June, 1909, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 7th day of July, 1909, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, at the office of the company In Covlna, County of Los Angeles, State of California, to pay tho delinquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expense of sale. J. H. MATTHEWS, Secretary. Covlna, Cal., May 11, 1909. N. B.—This assessment Is levlod to pay part of nxpnnse of new 20-Inch well and deep well pump. Wednesday evening, May 5, the Sophomore girls gave a reception to the boys of that class at the home of Celo Potter. Games were played, songs sung, prizes contested for, and at a late hour light refreshments were served, after which ghost stories, and stories not concerning ghosts, were told. The Senior class entertained the faculty Friday evening, May 7, at the home of Miss Adah Waye. The other classes were there also (outside the house) and made living very enjoyable (?) in the near vicinity with their presence. They managed to kidnap one Senior and held him in durance vile while they bargained (over the telephone) concerning how many things the Seniors would give them to eat if they would release him. Pickles and cookies were finally agreed upon as the ransome price and the unsuspecting under-classmen released Tommy and allowed him to en joy himself among his other class mates the rest of the evening. But alas! They were "wa-hooed." They got the pickles all right and what seemed to be a box of cookies. It was a. box, but it held no cookies. To the j pickles then! And everyone grabbed a Juicy pickle and took a. big bite. Then there wad running to and fro arid calling for the fire department to get busy. Water was at a premium. Yes, they were pickles all right, but each pickle contained about, a tea- siioonfull of red pepper. The tournament of the tennis division of the Suburban League is to be held at Harvard School today. Co- vina'a reprc.'Sfciitativt-a will be Iloyt Leisure and Seldtm Wilson. AHTIU'K IJIXliV. Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL, We carry a full line of Builders' Hardware Our Tools and Cutlery are from the best manufacturers • See our Stoves, Heaters and Ranges of every description Washing Machines end Hause Furnishings Painters' Supplies Wire Matting and Pottery RVKOX HOT SPRINGS \VitIiin er.-y reach of >an Francisco. Vv'oii'L-rtV.I ciinuive properties of the iiViid a:i'l nii:>'-ra! !,;ith- ;;:.;! waters. Kfa..-h>.-<i IP-in I-<•.., Angel-.:- through the San J-'j.i'i'.iin Valk-y. i;.l .>nuati-<n at ^<A"i iH.i'X PAUHC OFFICES. FOR SALE Five room bouse and barn, lot 50x175, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. $1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining 1 above, full bearing 1 Washington navels. $850. Four room modern house, two porches, bath, cellar, electric lights, larg-e lot 60x175. K. College St. $2500. Five room house and large lot 60x175, in center of town. $3500. Larye lots, 60x175, full bearing- navels. $625. Larpre corner lot 'J5xl75, solid to full bearing 1 navels, close to ICIectric road. $1500. Business lot on Citrus avenue, 55x155 with enclosed yards and sheds, 55x80, hauling way on either side. The finest site in town for any wholesale business. Close to electric road. I'rice $6000. Good terms can be had on all the properties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Stockholders' Meeting. To the stockholders of the Monday Afternoon Club: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Monday Afternoon Club will bo held In the Woiuans Club House, In the City of Covlna, Los Angeles County, California, on Monday, the 31st day of purpose of electing directors, and for May, 1909, at, 3 o'clock, p. m., for the the transaction of such oilier business as may properly come before tho meeting. CLARA S. RATEKIN, Secretary. Christopher's Cream ®f Quality THE GREATEST SELLER OF ANY AMERICAN ICE CREAM No other cream is so satisfying, so smooth, so delicious. No other cream is so universally popular. No other "just as good" cream can be sold at our prices. Try it. C, F, CLAPP SOLE AGENT -RATE EXCUR- i SIGNS TO THE EAST. ; Summer 1909 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS AT RATES ; AND ON DATES MADE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE). Atchlson, Kan $ 60.00 Baltimore. Md , 107.50 Boston, Mass 110.50 Chicago, 111 72.50 Colorado Springs, Colo 55.00 Denver,- Colo 55.00 Duluth, Minn 70.50 Houston, Texas 60.00 Kansas City. Mo fiO.OO Lrtjivonworth. Knn 60.00 Memphis, Tenn 67.50 Mlnoola, Texas -. 60.00 Minneapolis, Minn 73.50 Montreal, Quebec 10S.50 Omaha, Nob "0.00 Philadelphia, Pa 108.50 New Orleans, La 07.50 Now York, N. Y 108.50' Pueblo, Colo 55.00 St. Joseph, Mo 60.00 St. Louis, Mo 07.50 St. Paul, Minn 78.50 Toronto, Ontario 05.70 Washington.' IX C 107.50 DATES OF SALES. To Colorado polnt.H—May 15, Id, 17, IS; Juno 27 to July 6th, Inclusive; August 0 to H inclusive. ' To all other points--May 15, 1(5, 20, 21, 22, HI; June 1 to 4 Inc.luslvR, M ; to 1!) Inclusive, 25. 2(1 and 27; July 1 to 7 Inclusive; September 7 to 10 ; Inclusive, Hi, M, 15. > Return limit.—For May, June and July sales, three mouths after date of ! sale; for August and September sales, October III, 1000. ; FOR VARIOUS NATIONAL CONVENTIONS TICKETS WILL BF. • SOLD AS FOLLOWS: ! St.. Louis, Mo.—Royal Arcanum Supreme Council. Roll May 15, 1(5, 20, ; 21, 22. Rule, $(57.50. ' Denver, Colo.•--Presbyterian General Assembly. Sell May 15 to IS. I Rate, $55,00. | MarrlHoiilmrg. Va.—•German Hupl.lnl. Mret.hrcu. Sell May 20, 21, 22. ; Rate, $07.00. J Atlantic City, N. .1. American Medical Association. Sell May III to > June -I. Rale, $100.01). i Louisville, Ky.—Mystic; Shrine Imperial Council. Sell May 111 to Juno > <!. Rate, $7(5.05. :' Clnclnnat.1, O.—North American Gymnastic; Union. Sell Juno 1-1 and C 15. Rate, $70.50. I* Denver, Colo, National lOducat.lonal Association. Sell June 27 to July [• C. Rate, $55.00. £ St. Paul, Minn.—Christian Kndeavor. Sell Juno 24 to 27, 20 and July i| 1. to 7. Rate, .$72'.r>0. [• Minneapolis, Minn.—Y.P.C.U. Unlversallst. Sell July 1 to 7. Rate, £ $73.50. C Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc lOxposltlon, Seattle, Wash.—Juno 1 to .October 1C, 1000. Dates of sale—May 25 to Sept. 150, Inclusive, Rates, going via Southern Pacific and Portland and returning mimo route, $46.00. Also other rates via other routes. Stop-overs allowed at Intermediate points going or returning. For further Information call on, write or phono to D. B. 8CHENCK, AGENT, COVINA Homo Phone 144 G. L. TRAVER8,COMMERCIAL AGENT, POMONA SOUT HERN PACIFIC C»«V*t>»M»*M < «M»*VM t *t Mi t««J'«t M t M t << t Ml 8 >t !»«l M !"J* t t < 'J**t M J'*J Citrus Avenue Covina, Cai. YOUR VACATION NOW at our expense A CHOICK OF FOUR FREE TRIPS IS OFFKRKD YOU SEATTLE DURING ALASKA- VUKON-RX POSITION YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK YOSEMITE VALLEY LAKE TAHOE ALL YOUR EXPENSES PAID IK YOU HAVK KKIKNIJS IN TIIK MAST Will) WANT TO VISIT Till'! I'ACIKIC COAST WK CAN AKK'ANiiK, IT. This is your Opportunity California RaKin Day April .'.0 Kal California Raisins. , SUNSET TRAVEL CLUB Room 1<>, Flood IJId. San Francisco

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