Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 29, 1909 · Page 3
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§A§Y AUTO MAKE8 FAST TIME. M. O. lUnchard Wint $100 Bet In ttace, Pomona to San Diego and Return. Examiner: Not for many months has the Pomona auto loving public been so keenly Interested in a speed event, as in the baby auto race from here to San Diego and return, which took place Friday. The $100 wagered 6n the result of the event has been bald to H. D. Blanchard, who in a single-cylinder Baby Reo, made the round trip run from here to San Diego in the remarkably fast time of 13 hours and 42 minutes, and defeated Al Charle in a single-cylinder Oldstno- bile, "Green Dragon." Blanchard started from the local Examiner office at 4:30 yesterday morning, thirty minutes later than his competitor, and reached the southern port, via the valley route, at 10:32 a.m. Notwithstanding the early start of the face, more than 300 enthusiastic persons gathered to witness the start and cheered the plucky racers as they started on their long irlp to the south- land. Blanchard made the run to San Diego and return with practically no trouble, arriving back in Pomona at 6:12 last night. Charle, in his "Green Dragon," returned to Pomono today, after having experienced one of the hardest trips he had ever taken. The Oldsmoblle met with an accident In the vicinity of Temecula, comprising a puncture and a broken steering gear and he was compelled to remain there over night. The Oldsmobile which was used by Charle is the first machine ever used in Pomona. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club, also got saving faith, whether they profess to have tt or not, and whether they are members of the church or not, and whether or not they are even orthodox in their views? Have any, who attend church regularly and profess to be religious, but are harsh with the poor, g|ve nothing to charity, and care nothing for the needy, got .saving faith? Have those got saving faith who pray for the poor and needy, and for the sick and suffering, and yet do nothing to feed the poor or comfort the sick? Verses 19-20—Is there any moral merit In mere orthodoxy, or Is there any essential moral blame In mere heterodoxy? Granted a man with the spirit of Jesus, engaged In good works, what does he lose by being heterodox, and what doea he gain by being orthodox? Verses 21-26—When God told Abraham to leave his own country and to start for another that God would show him, was there any other way that he could have faith in God, but by If a nian helps the needy to supply actually starting on the journey? their own needs, Is that as well or What Is the meaning of "and Abra- better, than supplying the needs dir- ham believed God and It was Imputed May 30th, 1909. Believing and Doing—James ii: 14-26. Golden Text—Faith without works is dead, James 11:20. Verse 14—What does James mean here by 'faith?" Can a man have true faith, if he Is not filled with love for his fellows and doing all he can to help them? If a man 'say he hath faith," what is the test of whether he is telling the truth? Are there those today, who say, and probably think they have faith, but lacking loving hearts, and the fruits of love, are deceiving themselves? What is a Christian's proof to himself, that he Is not a deceived man in claiming to be in the favor of God? Verses 15-16—How do you class those who see people in need of food, and clothing, and do not do all they can to supply the need? Which person more nearly resembles Jesus, the one who talks very piously, and prays with the needs, but giving them no help, or the one who generously supplies the need without any religious pretentious? ect? Is it possible for a church to be doing full Christian service which is not helping the needy, either In its own, or some other community? Verses 17-18—Is it possible to show faith without works? Have all those who, with loving hearts, are engaged in good works, unto him for righteousness?" Love is an essential part of faith, and love implies action, or good works, hence is ft at all possible for a person to have faith who is not engaged In good works? Lesson for Sunday, Juno 6th, 1909. —The Power of the Tongue. James ill: 1-12. The girls' chorus, under the direction of Prof. R. W. Groom, is doing excellent work nowdays, and is rapidly becoming a very efficient body of singers. The people of Covina will have a chance to hear them before lfie end of the school year, and It is safe to say that they will be surprised at the great progress made by the girls in such a comparatively short time. The high school will adjourn for the summer vacation upon June 18th. Presently there will be much burning of the midnight oil, as the deadly exams are not for distant, and the mighty Seniors will have to take them in order to get their highly valued diplomas. The Lit'-rar" Society, winch has been dormant for some time, has been resuscitated and the members will give a program, the last one of the year, within the next two weeks. A horrible massacre of the gentle Seniors has just been averted by tho aforesaid parties yielding to the will of the lower classmen. It has been the custom in former years for tho Seniors to receive certain pins paid for by the lower classmen, as a sort of tribute to the overwhelming mentality of the former. These pins were labeled P. L. S., the label meaning Philomathean Literary Society, instead of "Poor Little Seniors," as was suggested by a Freshio. They (the pins) cost about. $1.75 each and the wherewithal to buy them has heretofore been extracted (painlessly?) from the lower classmen, and the pins given to the Seniors as a proof that they had participated in the programs given by the literary society during the year. Well, this year, the underclassmen suddenly developed a (It of peevishness beside which the peevishness of Harrimau toward Roosevelt would be as a mere nothing, and they refused point blank to buy pins for the mighty Seniors, and thereupon tlie Seniors threatened vengeance, to which the plebes retorted with threats of impromptu hair-cutting. They thereupon offered a compromise, but all in vain. The Seniors cogitated over this decision for a space of time, find finally concluded that discretion was the better part of valor, so they withdrew the clause from the constitution of the literary society, which said that forever and ;iy« suid underclassmen should pay for their pins, and they decided to pay for their osvn pins, so now all id quiet upon the Potomac. AKTHl'K liiXHY. NGTK'K—Now is ihe time to order your dewberries and mammoth blackberries for canning. Phone In",:;. Don't wait till they are all gone and then blame me. O. ('. VTlLLOi 'Oil BV. For Sale—Soan of five year old rtiare nuileri. weight 2*570; also wagon and harnedrf. fan be t>e.-n on Hast, fenti-r, ii^-ar Ciuus a'.ejiui-. Phoii« L'UO. tf If j-i.u Lave mout-y in small amounts, in 81(J<) aini up t<> itm-i-t at per ceut |-fcr aiiinuit See J. II. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the matter of the estate of Almlra Lyon, deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of said Superior Court made on the 17th day of May, 1909, in the above entitled matter the undersigned, E. P. Warner, executor of the estate of Almira Lyon, docoas- ed, will sell at private sale to the high eat bidder for gold coin of the United States, (subject to confirmation <^f said Superior Court) on or after the 8th day of June, 1909, at the law office of A. M. Pence, rooms 7 and 8, Reed Building, in the City of Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California. (At which place offers or bids will bo received). All the rights, title ami Interests of said AlnHra Lyon, deceased, at the time of her death and all ihe right, title and interest which the said estate has since acquired by operation of law or at ! ""*"'.d»o. Ir and to (.lie, following real estate, described as follows, to-wlt: The north-west quarter (Vi), of the , of the north- Section eight south-east quarter west quarter H4), of (8), Township one (1) S, range f) west. S. 13. M. in tho County of Los An soles, State of California. Terms of said sale arc as follows: Ten (10) per cent of the purchase price, payable at time of sale, and forty (40) per cent payable at. confirmation of sale by above entitled court, balance payable on or before one year from date of confirmation with inter- 1 est and secured by mortgage on said property. K. P. WARXKR. Kxc-ciitor of the estate of Almira Lyon. deceased. A. M. P10NCK, attorney for administrator. First publication, May 22, 1909. 0-5 LEGAL ADVICE BY MAIL. Fifty Cents. An association of reputable, experienced and reliable attorneys will ren der written opinions by mail—full, authoritative and promptly on all legal questions and matters. Mortgages, foreclosures, deeds ol trust, conveyances, and titles general ly. Notes, bonds, assignments, bills of sale, corporation and partnership rights and liabilities, bankruptcy and insolvency, liens of laborers, contrac tors and material men, suits for dam ages. Wills, estates, probate matters, for. eign inheritances, guardianship, rights of those under age, patents, inven. tions. All branches of mining law, water and irrigation rights, homesteads, tirn ber locations, the taking up of public land. Divorce, separation, community ami separate property rights, and rights of married women. All brandies of criminal law. Send yor.r question v;itli Fifty Cents. Immediate answers. SOUND LEGAL ADVICE CO. Dept B. C. P. O. Box |3 San Francisco, Cal. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Columbia Land and Water Company, principal place of business, ovina, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of UIP directors, held on the eleventh day of May, 1909, an assessment of 500 cents 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 Covina, 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 Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expense of sale. .T. H. MATTHEWS, Secretary. Covina. Cal., May 11, 1909. N. B.—This assessment is levied to pay part of expense of new 20-inch well and deep well pump. BYRON HOT SPKIN'GS Within pa-y n.-ach of F;m Francisco Wonderful curative properties of the mini and mineral baths and waters. Rcaclu'il fnim Los Angeles through tlie San Joaquin Valley. Information al SOUTIIF.KN PACIFIC OFFICES. YOU, CAN WASH fTHE MATTRESS BEARING THIS LABEtt Soap, water and a brush are all that is needed to keep the outsida of an Ostermoor Mattress sweet and clean. The imide never needs attention. Costs nothing for repairs. An occasional "outing" in llie sun kc*ps It fresh and new, because it is built (not bluffed) of elastic, fibrous Ostermoor eheeti*. It caimot sag, lump nor pack like hair. "' Make sure you get the genuine Ostermoor. NotB the label put there to prolett you against worthless imitations. W* &cll at factory pries:, and invite inspecf.iou. COVINA FIRNITUU: CO. Stockholders' Meeting. To tho stockholders of the Monday Afternoon Club: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Monday Afternoon Club will be held •in the Womans Club House, In the City of Covina, Los Angeles County, California, on Monday, the 31st day of May, 1909, at 3 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of electing directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. CLARA S. RATEKIN, Secretary. Christopher's Cream THE GREATEST SELLER OP ANY AMERICAN ICE CREAM No other cream is so satisfying, so smooth, so delicious. No other cream is so unit)er- sally popular. No other "just as good" cream can be sold at our prices. Try it. C, F, CLAPP SOLE AGENT CHEAP-RATE EXCURSIONS TO THE EAST. I Summer 1909 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS AT RATES AND ON DATES MADE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE). Atchlsou, Kan $ 60.00 Baltimore, Md 107.50 Boston, Mass , 11 G.nO Chtongo, III 72.50 Colorado Springs, Colo 55.00 Denver,- Colo B5.00 Duluth, Minn 79.50 Houston, Texas 60.00 Kansas City, Mo 60.00 Loavenworth, Kan 60.00 Memphis, Tenn 67.50 Mlneola, Texas 60.00 Minneapolis, Minn 73.50 Montreal, Quebec 108.50 Omalm, Neb 60.00 Philadelphia, Pa 108.50 New Orleans, La 67.50 New York, N. Y 108.50 Pueblo, Colo 55.00 St. Joseph, Mo 60.00 St. Louis, Mo 67.50 St. Paul, Minn 7IUO Toronto, Ontario 05.70 Washington, D. C 107.50 DATES OF SALES. To Colorado point H—,lnn<- 27 to .July (1th, Inclusive; August. 0 to M In elusive. To all other points—May 22, HI; Juno I to 4 Inclusive), M to ID In elusive, 25, 20, and 27; -Inly I to 7 inclusive; September 7 to 10 Inclusive, 1H, M, 15. Return limit.—For May, Juno and July Hales, throo months after date of sale; for August, and September salon, October III, 1901). FOR VARIOUS NATIONAL CONVENTIONS TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS: ; Atlantic City, N. J.—-American Medical Association. Sell May 31 to . June 4. Hate, IplOO.HO. ', Louisville, Ky.—Mystic Hhrlnu Imperial Council. Sell May H! to June ; -1. Rale, $76.05. | Cincinnati, O.—North. American Gymnastic Union. Soil June 14 and '• 15. Rate, $79.50. ', Denver, Colo.—National Educational Association. Sell June 27 to July ; 6. Rate, $55.00. ' St. Paul, Minn.—Christian lOndoavor. Sell Juno 24 to 27, 29 and July • 1 to 7. Rate, $73.50. Minneapolis, Minn.—Y.P.O.U. Univoraallst. Soil July 1. to 7. Rate, $73.50. Alaslca-Yukon-Paclflc Exposition, Seattle, Wash.—Juno 1 to October 16, 1900. Dates of sale—May 25 to Sept. 30, Inclusive. Rates, going via Southern Pacific and Portland and returning samo route, $46.20. Alsa other rates via other routes. Stop-ovora allowed at Intermodlato points going or returning. For further Information call on, write or phono to D. B. 8CHENCK, AGENT, COVSMA Home Phone 144 G. L. TRAVIS, COMMERCIAL AGENT, POMONA. 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