Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 17, 1909 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Covina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. J. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR SHIRLEY BROS MANAGERS SUBSCRIPTIONS: .One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Single Copies fl.SO .75 .50 .OS ADVKRTIflKMKNTS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners Sc per line each insertion. Legal notices $1.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA, CAL., JULY 17, IDOf). You Bet Covina Is. The following is n clipping from the Western Empire: Clarno, Wlfi.. May 31, 1909—(Editor Western Empire:) Ineloncd ploaHo find Btampn, 25 cento, for the Wontern Empire, one year, that IH tho moHt, Interesting paper about California I ever got a hold of. f would like, to auk you a few rjuGHtlonR, IH the land around Covina, Cal., good orange land, and what would about five acres In good condition, coat, and what IH the elevation above sea level of Covina? Yours respectfully, D. T. Yes, SIree, Covina Is one of our nub- etantlal orange producing dlntrlcts. They have Home of the very finest orange land and some of the very best orange* groves in the state. You will have to pay all the way from $1000 to $2000 an acre for a bearing grove, depending largely on Its age. It Is a good safe investment at that price. I 1 my Judgment It Is a good, wife Investment. I have not a government map before me, but the elevation of Los Angeles Is about 800 feet above sea level, Covina IB In the floor of the San Gabriel valley and I would say that It generally rises there to about COO feet above sea level. The Covina Argus la a good follow editor and has been known to me for many years, and you might get In touch with him. Make Preparation. While this country Is not anticipating any trouble, tho host way to prevent it Is by being prepared to protect American Iiitorosts In the event that It IB necosHary to do BO. For tblB reaHon it IB prudent for tho United SlatcH to maintain a sufllclont fleet In tho Pacific to protect American lnl.oroBt.fi, an well as provide for tho effective do- fenso of the principal harbors on tho Pacific; coast, Han Pedro harbor, San Diego bay, the Golden Oato iinti Pugot Sound, as well as tho mouth of tho Columbia rlvor. Thoso points ought to be strongly fortified, while Lho nation should maintain a sufficient (loot at tho Hawaiian iBlands and in the Philippines at all Union to niuko those Amorl'.'iin outposta Hccuro agaliiHt a:i- Hfiult from any foreign power.—Pomona ProgrcHH. Lemon Prices Advance. California lemons Imvo certainly boon moving Homo tho pant, week, liG8 earn being forwarded, mi Incroaso of ,'11 cars over tho wook before, while the name week of the lilOS WIIHOII only MO cars were sent out. and 1117 earn the name wook of tho l!i()7 season. Notwithstanding those heavy shipments, very few of the cars liavo found their way to tho far eastern markets, being gobbled up before getting far ucroBH the country. Tho total KhlpmentH to date amount to •irillS curs, or just 100(1 more than the total to the same date lust Mention, und Mill curs In excess of the BhlpnuMits to (lie same (lute of (lie I!I07 Heuson. Tlie hot weather and tho uttendunt advance In the market linn prompted packers to .ship everything available, und were it not for the shortage of curs, the liimonu In HOIIIO districts being on the lloor fur two iiml three days wailing for cars, more curs would undoubtedly have been for- wardod U"' l )! ' M t week. —I'Villorton Tj'UMIllt.'. The trusiees have decided upon September 11! as the date for the opening of the fall term for (he Covina high .'.inl grammar schools. On U'eilneS'lay eu-ninn Mr. und Mrs. O. ('. \Villoui:Mjy entertained a iiillnber of Iiii-inls al cards. Ui'fri-sh- nients of i( i- iTiMin and cul\e were M-rvt-1.1 tiii.- i^UfMs. M is. Alilloh A i in.-I liri aim- .-» in '.iil\c"l iii tin- i-iiir-ii \ fsii'i'day durum i '.:;• paradi- ill I .o.-- \ n.-.-li'^ I lr;i .-MI>' !iiilii.-.| a«,,/ i,j,.K:i..: M HIM . . •'..-, 11 > hil' Mfl' 'n l'i !lu; i !i III I !.'• i i i-.pll 'il >' \ iTal ita>'s i)' : i '• i- .-ii- 'i\ i' I i.' • .1 !.|i- i o i oiiii • liUUil.'. Catalina This has been a. Notes. banner week for j BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School 9:45 a. rn. Preaching II a. m. by Rev. M. H. Perry. Union service at Christian Church at 7:4» p. m. H.Y.P.U. 6:45. Subject, "The Palace Beautiful." Leader, Miss Homfeldt. All are cordially Invited to attend the meetings. S. W. Gage, pastor. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Merger service of Sunday School and church 10 a. m. Preaching by pastor 11; subject, "A City Turned Upside Down." Junior '.',. Intermediate and Senior Endeavor 6:45. Union preaching service, 7:45; sermon by Rev. H. \V. White of the Methodist Church. Special music. All are cordially Invited. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school, 9:45. Preaching by pastor, 11 a.m. Senior and Intermediate Endeavor. 6:4fi. Union services, 7:45, In the Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Rev., H. W. White. Prayer-meeting, Thursday evening, 7:45. All most cordially Invited to attend these Her- vlces. Paul O. Stevens, pastor.- Services In the Church of the Holy Trinity: Sixth Sunday after Trinity: Holy comunlon, 7:30 a.m. Sunday- school, !):45 a.m. Morning prayer, 11 a.m.; subject, "The Key of the World's Mystery." Evensong, 7:30 p. m. Offertory solo by Mlsn Krause of Plttsburg. Avalon, four steamers a day crowded j with visitors have made things hum j and the town hns been put "en fete" for today, Klk day. A magnificent arch "has been erected to welcome the vfHltors, and Bports, barbecues and picnics will be the order of the day. The Iree camping grounds, dotted with fine elder, holly and cherry trees Is a spot of natural beauty, and campers from all parts of California are arriving. The fishing still continues good and tuna have been again reported around the Island. Mrs. C. F. Aschenbrenner and family leave today for their old home In Pella, Iowa. Dr. Aschenbrenner Is practicing there at the present, tfme, and It IH not likely that the family will soon return to Covina. During their stay here the Asohenbrenners have made many friends. Mrs. Aschen- |brenner has taken a prominent part In all work and club work. Oeraldlne, their daughter, who graduated from j the high school this spring, Is a favorite !n social circles, and has been pianist In the Methodist Church and Sunday-school for more than a year. Fred graduated from the college of dentistry at U. S. C. last month and has taken over Dr. Schlffman's practice In the Argus block. He will remain here. Rubber tired go-carts $2.00 at Hull's. Mr. \VlllIam Hanson and his sister. Miss Josephine, left yesterday for Long Beach, where the latter has purchased a fine residence. It will be a disappointment to their numerous friends to learn that they Intend to mako the beach town their home. Billy Hanson, as he is familiarly called, and hiB sister have been residents of this locality for over twenty years, and have made money out of the advance In real estate. Besides the ranch that they sold a year ago, their property on Badlllo street has netted them fine returns. Mr. J. W. Armstrong, proprietor of tho Covina Nurseries, who In company with his wife IB taking In tho Seattle fair, writes the Argus that they nre enjoying a most delightful vacation. Description of scenery on your vacation will fall flat with your frlomJn If you haven't a kodak picture to show thorn, dot one of C. W. Tucker before yon atari. Mrs. N. li. Irwln IIRH returned from in expended trip to the Dakotau and oastorn states. She enjoyed every moment of hor lengthy stay among relatives and friends. REPORT OF CONDITION. of the COVINA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK. at the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1909. RESOURCES. Savings. Loans $118,364.75 Due from Reserve Banks.. 12,721.61 Cash on hand 1,897.96 Total $132,984.32 LIABILITIES. Capital Apportioned ? 25,000.00 Surplus Apportioned 10,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. 11,382.84 Time Certificates of Deposit 10,199.37 Savings Deposits 76,402.11 Total $132,984.32 Stale of California, County of Los Angeles, ss. A. P. Ksrckhoff, president, M. Leonhardt, Asa't Cashier, of Ihe above- named bank, being duly sworn, each, for himself, says that the the foregoing statement is Irue to the best of his knowledge and belief. A. P. KERCKIIOFF, President. M. LEONHARDT, Ass't Cashier. Severally subscribed und sworn to by both deponents, the 5th day of July, 1909. before me. J. C. Hntchinson, Jr., Notary Public. HORNE'S GROCERY FOR Fruit Jars and Rubbers MASONS- p|. $ .(if); ( ||. $ .?.">; one-half ^il $1.00 per dozen. SCH RAM pi. $ .!)(); ( ||. $1.00; one-half tral. $l.:{f> per doxen. ]>I(iHTM\<!- pt. $ .!K); qi. $1.00; one-halt Ral. $1.:ir> per do/. KCOXOMY pi. $1.00; qt. $1.25 per do/. Kxtni cups for sale here. Phone 43. EEP OOL By Using Gas for Fuel Call and See Our Nice Line of Gas Ranges. Phone 190. Covina Valley Gas Co. 236 N. Citrus Whatever You May Hear Whatever You May Be Told, Whatever You May Think You See, REMEMBER! Our Prices Are Always LOWER Don't buy special sale goods until you have priced the same goods in our store. Well guarantee that they will be cheaper in price and better in quality. If goods are not as represented, MONEY REFUNDED. Every day is a special sale day with us. Our prices are the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, unless we make a different announcement. Something for you to see at our store right now* COME IN TONIGHT I HAVE jj S • $20,000 to loan M on first mortgage on Covina orange groves, i • Will loan all or any part of it for five • years. All business personal 8 • s s i C. E. BOYLE Covina, Cal. Phone 1112. « s ••BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIllBBflBBBJfl^yBBBBBBIlBBBBBBBBBHBBaBBiBBBI

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