Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 14, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, March 14, 1908
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This Great 15 Your Opportunity to SaVe Money A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO DOLLARS EARNED Going Out-of-Busines Sale LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS THE B. F. TAYLOR STOCK QLENDORA, CAL. The Greatest Sale of Popular First Class flerchandise Ever Inaugurated OWNERS LOSS YOUR GAIN LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS M. L. Decker & Company decide not to continue the business and have engaged the CHICAGC^ SALES CO. to dispose of :tbi3 ENTIRE $12000 stock. consisting of Dry (Joods, Notions, ladies' and Men's Furnishings and Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes. Owners give the Sales Company just thirty days to sell the last dollars worth. Prices Must Do the Work. Nothing Held in Reserve. Fixtures for Sale. Remember the Dates: Sale Begins Saturday Morning, March 14th, Closes Saturday Night, April llth The entire stock will be re-arranged and piled out on counters, tables, shelves and booths for your convenient inspection, every bolt and article bearing the ORKICN TACi GOING OUT-OF-BUSINESS SACRIFICE SALE. We invite everybody for miles around to BE ON HAND EARLY SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14th. VISIT THIS SALE EARLY AND OFTEN. On every article in this store you will be able to make great savings. All staple and honest goods that you need and use every day of your lives. We Bid You Welcome Every Day M. L. Decker & Co., Owners THE B. F. TAYLOR STORE, QLENDORA The Chicago Sales Company Conducting Sale LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS OWNERS LOSS YOUR GAIN LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS CAN TALK WITHOUT WIRE Collins Telephone Company Gives Practical Demonstrations. In Iho Cil.ix.uiiH 1 Nntiotial hunk building, tho Collins WiroloHH Ttilo | phono cninpimy IIIIN ostabliHluu] houcl- qimrUirM in tbiH oitv and there this invention 'IH operated practically to t.ho umuKumuiit of those who HOD it, demonstrated for the lii'Ht time. The uompuny IN forming suhsidsury companies all along tho coast. VV. A. Alonrs, who Is t,ho oompany'H repro- Hotitativo on tho Pacific coast, stated today tliut tho Collins wire lean telo- phono already IH helng oporatod within a radius of thirty-live, niilen from LOH At)K«ltiH. A. Frtulorick ColliiiH, tho inventor, declares that, noon his invention will ho in UHO , noroHH tho Atlantic. Thero IN no limit to tho it may ho opisr- : atod. ! Unlike tho wireless telegraph, '• which requires expensive appanitiiM, ! tho wireleHH telenhone IN Nimplo and inu.xueiiHive. It, has a llniitloHH Hold. It IH destined to ho lined by the army, tho navy, forts, Bailing VON- , MolN, <m tho desert, in mountain climbing; in fact, everywhere that persons wish to oommunlcato with each other, uoparatod though they may ho hy witter, Hand or mountains. The principle IN dUforont from tho wireluBS telegraph, inaumuoh au in tho fonnt'i 1 tho greater the distance tho heavier tho voltage. Tho wire less tolephono operates hy what IH technically known au undiimp waved between electric spark waves. \Vhon wordu are spoken into tho trunsmit- ter, air wavtts are Hot up, I'anuing thu diaphragn to vihrate, and this in turn \aiien the resistance of the traiiHinitter. Tlio current from a liatlery thus varied energies an in dnctioii coil Nxhioh produces alternating curients, and these are supor- i>oM'd upiin a heavy current forming tho arc. llowe\er feeble the, superposed current in, it varies the resin tain'e of the arc, and causes it In reproduce thu \oice. At the .same time the main cm rent piiching through the tuilh or other medium sends its energy to long distances, \vlieie it ir picked up by the .subtle receiver. Subsidiary companion are being loimcd lia the \urioub elates and torritorjrog. Special Application'^!]! be made in desert and mining work in Nevada, Arizona and Now Mexico. Experiments made with tho wirolcsH tolephono were tho severest possible, namely, talking from one bank vault to another 300 feet away. Tho air waves paHsod through the lingo steel doors and conversation was olear. In Mr. Moans' office, room 5120, Uitl'/L'iiH National hank building, one sits at an ordinary Sunset or Homo telephone. Jn an adjoining room in a simple, apparatus and another phono. Through the wall the air wave passes and tho slightest whisper is easily hoard. Jt would be'snp- posed that in long distance telephoning, messages would be intercepted. In order to talk, tho telephones must ho iu "tune," ami this prevents messages going ant ray or being overheard. Los Angeles NOWH. Beaumont Land Sales. That Beaumont acreage and lots aro still in high favor with local and eastern investors is evidenced hy the weekly report of tho Beaumont Land and Water Copmany, showing Hales of over 50 aorcn of fruit land, besides a largo number of residences and business lots. Homo building is also keeping pace with the soiling of land and a market feature of the construction work is that fireproof terra cotta blocks are being used in a number of tho new structures, including tho oillco of tho (iatoway (lazotto, Boaumuut's weekly newspaper, and tho building of tho lieau mont steam laundry. An important extension of the water works syutom, comprising ir>,000 foot of additional mains, is now in course of construction, and will result in furnishing irrigating water to IIUO acres of land situated in the Umusite north of the railroad tracks. [So Use to Die. "I liavo found cut that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as yn can get l>r. King's N'ew Discovery, 1 says Mrs. .1.1'.White, of Kiishboro, I'u "I would uol be alive today only foi that wonderful medicine. It loosens up a cough quicker t ha n anything else and cures lung disease even after the case i> pronounced hopeless." This must reli able remedy for i'"iighs and colds, la grippe, asthma, btmn-hitus am' hoar»e- ne-is. i-> sold uiiib'r i; \> I ee at C. !•'. I'lapp'.i drug since. .^oc anil 'rl.oo. Ti la) b.ittle free. The Coxina Co. will fell ynii a Int in the t'nvina \'ilia tract and ail vancc you twice as much niniiey us you pay tni i In- int. lo build a house ',' Notice to Appear.' Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, in an 1 for the County of Los Angeles, and the Crmplaint filed in said County of Los Angeles, in the office of the Clerk of said Super- ioi Court, In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles. Guy C. Heuham, plaintiff, against Annie Benhani. defendant. The people of the State of Calif irnia send greetings to Annie Hennam, defendant : You are hereby directed to a ipear and answer the c nnplaint in an action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California, within ten clays after the service on you of this summons—if served within this county; or within thirty days if served elsewhere, And you are hereby notified that unless you appear and answer as above required the said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising 1 upon contract, or he will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California, this 18th day of Feb., A. D. 1 H8 C. G. KEYKS, Clerk. [SKAI.l lly C. O. WlNTKKS, Deputy Clerk. Notice of Hearing of Petition. Notice of hearing of petition for the vacation and abandonment of Dexter street in Coviua road district, county of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that a petition, signed by J. U. Coulson and '* others; asking for the vacation and abandonment of Dexter street from Harauca street to Grand View avenue and from Grand View avenue to Monte Vista street, in rtsubdivision of Co- viua Villa Tract as recorded in Riap Hook 11, page 1H2, records of Los Angeles county, has been tiled with the Hoard of Supervisors of L»s Angeles county, California, and that said petition will be heard by said Hoard, at its oflice in the county Courthouse, in the city of Los Angeles, California, on Monday,March 30, 10 o'clock a. in. of said day. Hy order of the Hoard of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, made March '), 1'ios. C. G. KKYKS, County Clerk and ex-otlicio Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors. Hy A. M. Mcl'MKKKoN.Dep'ly Clerk. Notice Of Annual Meeting. Notice i-« lu-reliv given that llu 1 annual mei'tiiu; of the Columbia Land and Water CI>UHMU_V will tie held at thf utiiv-i- of the Company. uvi'iuir, v'tain.i, at the hour p. m., MoiuUv. M.uvh '»tii, tor tin 1 purpose uf clei'tini; a of dii'i-i'ti'r.-i i'I the i'oluinbia a ud Water I'oiupany to --fi'vo t en •>!!! 11^ sear, and the trans ai'tion of siu'li utlur liiiMiK'ss as may l>e brought betnie the meeting. J. 11. Matthews, Secretary. of : board Land >r the * * # # * * * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *• * * * * * . I* * * ; * g. * * * ^ •^ * * * # i* # # * * # * Your Checking Account IN THE Co vina National Bank AND YOUR * # # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * SAVINGS ACCOUNT » IN THE United States « * * * * * Savings Bank Will give you entire satisfaction. Why not * open one now? * * Ol-'FK'KKS ------J. U. COULSTON, Pres. DR. J. D. KEED, Vice-Pres. V. (.). ENGLISH, Cashier EVERYTHFNG IN HARDWARE Fine Builders' Hardware of aJF kinds Tods,. Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and R0nges> Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Goves, House- Furnishing Goods. Potter's Hardware 1>1K1-XTOK8 J. H. Coolman Samuel Fesler J. L. Matthews * >scar Miller J. X. Maurer (.,. 11 White * * * DEPOSIT MONEY WITH BRING FRIENDS FROM THE EAST During March and April, Second Class tickets will be sold at very low n tea from Eastern points to Southern California. For instance, from New York f55.00 and $58.00- r from Chicago J3&00; St. Louis J35..SO; Kansas City $30.00; Omaha $30.00; Minneapolis and St. Paul $26.75; Denver $30.00; Salt Lake City $30.00, and many other points at greatly reduced rates. If desired, tickets will be furnished at any point east or north of Salt Lake City, in-the United States, Canada or Europe, if money for same be deposited with any agent of tht Salt Lake Koute. Pomona Office is Nearest to Covina For excellent s-rvice, beautiful scenery, through sleeping cars from Chicago, St. Louis St. Paul. Kansas City, Omaha, and Denver via Salt Luko City and th- Short Line to Los Angeles your friends should travel VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE ***************** Subscribe for tbc Brgus*

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