Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 14, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, March 14, 1908
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The Covina Argus OOVINA, CALIFORNIA. Kntered at the IVmtoflioc Covitia, Cal.. as second-class matfnr. Published every Saturday by the Co vina Ar^us PublishiHK (Company, Inc. SUHSCKJI'TtONS: One Year in advance Si* Mouths Three Months Single Copies I1.KO .7.S ..SO .0.'. ADVKHTISI'.MKNTS: Tlisplay advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners .1c per line each insertion. Le^nl notice"/ fl.(K) per inch first insertion, 5,0 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. Mar. 14, I'XIH. REPUBLICAN L MA dim OPIiNINd. Will Dccicate New Quartern This livening. Hope for Pre5ence of Ciovernor. ArnirjK<>ni(.'tit8 nro now fjornfilnl.cfl fur tho fornnil opening tlilH ovf-nintf of the, liiindHonif! new l)enfl(|iiartci'H of I In; Kftpiihliniiri Le««ur; of LOB CtJiMif.y »t, No. \'.\'l Month Struct, LOH AnnnIcH, when city (mil county rm-.rnhnrs of t.ho party will «(!t, t,oK»-l,lif:r find ileriicnto tho now room. Th» rn will ho n nurnnir <if iirldroHNOH, mid if fiovornor <;i)let,t Hirrivfs sin fixpcol.ed ho will II!HO ho jirtsHont to f.;irl,icipiil(! in thin fiffiiir. Thd now (pmrtern of thn Kopiiblicuin League nro in tho rooiri formnrly or,- c.upiud hy tho Jonathan (Jlub, and arc fidrriiriinly arranged for tho purpose) to which thoy nro to ho devoted. Thore is a lnr^o rending room nnd hack of it Hiimllor rooniH in wliioh tho nity and niiint.y comrnittooH may moot, nnd whf-ii noedfifl, Hovonil Inin- drud c.haii'H <:an ho placed in the larger rooms foi' tho iiocomriiodntion of nttendatitn at. political moetint(H. Covina vino pronidonlH for thiH (weuiiiK arc: Ji. K. Tliorpo, K M. Cbiipmiiii, J. O. JIoiiHor, A. V. Kcrck- holf, (!. N. Atwood, Dr. J. [). Jtoed, II. M. IIoiiNer, Dr. ({. D. .JonniiiKH, C. S. Uwmlsloy, (!oo. VV. fJrifllthn, F. K. Dndderar, C. W. Potter, W. M. (iriHwuld, J. II. C'oolman, K. H. L-Hhiiii. A. 14. JOvaiiH, C. K. UesriiiH. Extracts from LOH Anklet) TimcH of Mfinsh nth: Tho County Kopublicnn L«a«uo has organized for aotivo campaign work. \Vo hopo tho loaguo will ho truly Republican itiul representative of the hoHt idoinontH in tho pnrty. The way to insure Ihie in for the henl; olomonts In got into tho leaguo. Lot there he rx> tost hut Unit of Hnpnhli- oiiniHin, and no pledge i,\m\, will l)lnd any citi/.en'H judgmont or conmdoruio aa to unknown future evontH. The party is a unit on the llrnt, IHHUOS of the Hay. Secretary Tuft in the fihoic.e of California to Hiiccoed Preni- <lont KuoNrivelt. Tho Slate delegation uhould he, heart and soul, Tuft, men. That in himple. There IH no (HHpositinn on the part of those in the lejigne to keep any Republican out of the organl/al.ion. What, the league dotdroH IH to HCO every voter of the party in the county a mcmhor. In it all will have an equal voice. If there IH auycut-and- dried piogramrno it dooH not appear on the Hurface. If there IN one concealed (which we have no reason to KiiHpect, ) the way to make It non ottVotivo IH for the memhei'H of the party to come into the party organi- /ation. That in the place for thorn. There it) the place to light out our differences. TliONe who Htay ouluide for any reason have no ground to complain attorwards if things do not go to HIIIt them. Tlie leag\io IH a free urenn where every man otin make himself heard <ind felt. You will not have to take any iiiKtriictloiiH from u living Haul in the league. All members will liave their perNonal Btuuding and may gallier 'round them what following they can. That IH fair politics. it is the only way to conduct u campaign. The ntirty will im-d. the aotivo cooperation of every one of HM members. Pulling apart, squabbling for personal precedence, thn timlncoro cry of "hosulHin 11 hy pnsdleruiiu liofcHim will nut do the party or Mr. Tuft any good, The mule, thai dues not pull with the team does not move much of the load. Special Farmers' Institute at Whittler In conjunction with the Whittier Hoard of Trade, Citrus Association. VVnlriut Association HJK! Vegetable Union, the I,*rih flr-if y <:f California will conduct a special larmeri' in stilnte at Whittier on March 17, 18, U) and '20, 1908, at. the FriendH Church, in celebration of thf> opening of the Houthorri California Pathological Laboratory which has been located in that city. The program as announced in one of the best ever presented at any institute. Tuesday, March 17, will he devoted to topics of especial interest to the vegetable growers; Wednesday, the walnut g'-owers; Thursday will ho laboratory dhy: Friday will ho for the citrus growers. On Thursday, President, Hr njarnin Ide Wheeler of the University of California will be present. In ''ontiect ion with these meetings there will also be held an o.vhibit of citrus fruits arid other products relating to tho subjects under discussion. In conjunction with tho California Frnit Growers Exchange and others a large display is in preparation fif Harnplo boxen of citrus fruit.H, representing the various brands shipped from the state. Thin is understood to bo a purely commercial exhibit, the boxes of fruit of the different brands not being specially selected or prepared in any manner. A particularly fine exhibit is expected from the members of the "Lemon Men's Club," representing all the important lemon shipping houses in tho stale. (',. Harold Powell arid Ralph K. Hrnith will prepare a display representing some of the most striking results of their investigations, and tho work of the Pathological Laboratory will bo represented by various exhibits. MxhibitH of any articles of interest to fruit growers are invited for this display, and should he sent prepaid to the Pathological Laboratory, Whittier, to arrive not later than Monday, March Hi. Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Harness LARGEST STOCK IN TTIK VALLEY Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Porks, Points, Oils and Varnish CELEBRATED. LTGHT-RL'NNINC; Birdsell Wagons Moline Disc Morrows REPAIR PARTS FOR ALL MACHINES --Special Har^ains in- Second-hand Buggies £ Implements You arc invited to inspect our stock and get our prices. Telephone your wants- Home phone 5258. CHARLES H. MORRIS (Succcsdor to R. M Slppell) , Ceil. Our Fish Department !s "ep!ete with Good Things for the Lenten Season Spinster's Leap Year Notice. of This i« to Hay to all good men faithful heart and true, That I've a hone of contention, and I'll fdck it now with yon. For long, long yearn I've waited, and lonued and prayed for one To oomo and nit beside me. Ami a clointered nun? But Homo of yon wore "busy," and Home of you have wed; Th«j rest all weemed indifferent to what I did nnd Haid, What If J am pn8t thirty — some thirty-one or more— A charming ago— none hotter comes , (after or before. As for my Htyle and mannerH, rank and qualitee, Consult tho Podunk lilno Hook my honored fiun'ly tree. If filthy lucre were a bail, I'd long Hincn married happy fate! For don't I draw 000? I'll get own troiiHHeau; I'll buy the milk and pay the and furninh all the dough. Take notice of the calendar nineteen hundred eight, I've got you where 1 want you I'm not going to wait. Dudley Dean in Washington Herald. my and my rent. -it's and Annual fleeting. The annual meeting of the utook- holders of ihe ('olumhia Land and Water Company was held on Monday lust, March Oth. Them was a gund attendance of shart'huhlors, lf>:i tiharcs being represented. The former hoard of directors, composed nt I 1 '. M. Chapman, Leo Stniniif, J. A. Dolcatur, I'. ,1'ihiiMm and J. L. MaUhru.s, \uts elected. rin • Cn \inii Valli-y Savings Hank niters \"'i it suli- investment t'nr V.HII idle t'liinK \A'e pay 1 pel Cent. Start iiii acciiunl loduv. Death at Ripe A see. William Wright, an aged resident of Vineland, expired suddenly lust Kunday morning while Hitting in a olwir in front of the HhultiH store at Baldwin Park. The doceaned, who was 72 years of age at tho time of his death, had been a rancher of Vinoland for the pant fifteen yearn. For a number of yearn he wa« prominent aw a school teacher in Arizona. Tho funeral occurred from the parlors of Ihe 1'reshyterian Cbuinh on Wednesday morning, tho pastor, Hev. Paul StevoiiH, having charge of the Her vices. The deceased was a Knight Templar, the (servieeH at the grave being conducted byR W.M., F. R D.idderar of Covina Lodge, the meinhoru of which attended in a body. NoUcu to Telephone Subscribers. The managei of the Covina Home Telephone Company announces [ihat on and after April 1st, billn can only bii paid hy mihticrihers at the otilcu of the company between the hours of H a.m. n> 1- in. and 1 to C) :!JU p.m., with the exception of the !Hh and l()th of month, when the ca»hicr may he found at her desk from 7 a.m. to H p.m. (ilendora is celebrating today the opening of her liaihl^iir.t- new hank building and invite-. her C ivina friends to he present. Tea will be served flee to all, and the building, which is one uf the tint M of its kind, tliinwn upeii to tin- public for inflection. In the evening the directors will entertain iheti'.ji'k- hokleis with a banquet. Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excejlent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY If you want the BEST WORK at the MOST REASONABLE PRICES give us a trial. TWENTY YEARS' experience has taught us the CHEAPEST and BEST way to do your laundry. With first-class equipment our work and our methods are sanitary and up-to-date. Leave Your Bundles at Rich's or phone him and the wagon will call anywhere in Covina or vicinity. LORBEER BROS Salt Mackerel Salt Salmon Salt Cod (middles) Canned Salmon (in all grades) Canned Sardines (in oil and mustard) Crosse & Blackwell's Kippered Herring Beardsley's Shredded Codfish Bayle's Boned Herring (in glass) C. & B. Potted Yarmouth Bloaters Brown & Bohri GROCERS SOMETHING NEW! Arc you interested in Saving Fuel and Labor In your home? If so, come and see demonstration of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER -at-.— " • ... FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE i Glendora Furniture Store Will make the following prices to any person who will bring this ad with them on or before March 15th: 9x12 Axminster 8*xlO^ Axminster 9x12 Brussells 9x12 Brussells 8*xlO^ Brussells 6x12 Ingrain 9x12 Velvet 9x12 Crex 8x10 Crex $21.29 $ 18.49 $ 14.49 $12.00 $ 10.00 $7.50 $21.00 $8.00 $6.00 city price $28.00 city price $23.00 city price $18.50 city price $16.50 city price $14-00 city price $10.00 city price $25.00 city price $10.00 city price $8.00 And many other rugs at same reduction. Everything guaranteed as represented. Everything delivered free of charge. SEIMEARS PRO1 'R IETO R Phone 166

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