Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 4, 1908 · Page 8
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Brethren Church: 10 a.m. I'renfihiriK 11 n.m. nnd 7 :l!0 p.m. Christian Worker^' meeting 0:45 p. m. All nr<: cordially invited to nttciKl. Services in the Church of (lie Holy Trinity: Fifth Sunday in Lent. Holy Communion 11 a.m. ; subject, "Th»! (.'matt n Divinw NeneHHity. " Kvenfionx 7:30 p.m. Offertory, duet. Miss McLood and Mr. Marshall. Buridny-Hchool i):4r> a.m. Christian Church: I.'ov. VV. fj. Coniey, pastor. Sunday .school !):!*). Kev. W. E. Crabtree, pastor of the San DieRo Christian Church, will preach at, 11 and 7:.'iO. Junior Endeavor 3. .Senior Kndeavor fj:l(0. (Jood music. A cordial welcome to all. Worship at the Baptist Church: Bible school 0:40. Preaching services 11 a.m. ami 7:30 p.m.; morn- Ing them*, "Prayer;" evening, "Baptism—I* It a Saving Ordinance')"' li.Y.P.U. 0:45 p.m.; topic, "The Men Whom God Accepts;" leader, Ml»s Lucy MattbnwH. Bible study conducted by the pastor changed from 3 o'clock Lord's day to 7:30 p.in. Monday. This Bible study if) froo to all. Special rnuslo at both preaching oorvicea. All are cordially invited to all these services. Baptism the Topic of the Day. "For as muoh n« many (all the churches in town) have taken it in hand" to preach on this Hiihject, "it seems good to me also" to preach on this that the people might know the certainty (?) of these things, having been given the view point of en oh denomination. There arc at leant throe things about the ordinance of baptism thut ought to bo understood if possible: the who, the what, and tfie why, of the ordinance. First: Who, according to (Jod'.s truth, have a rikht to be hajitlwd? On this first question Baptists stand alone, us 1 will show Sunday evening. Second: What is baptism? On this we give you three things. 1st: (Sod's word; 2nd: The acliolnrsblps of the world; and .')rd: The facts of history. Third : The why, or the purpose and design of baptism. Hero uguin you will find Baptists .stand alone. If wo are right, you ought, to know it If wo are wrong we ought to know it. Our Muviuur miitl if the truth makes us fnu> wo an; 1'roe indeed. Surely, we all want to lie free from HJII and death. We pnnnim* by the help nf the Holy Spirit, tu H)>civk in love. We want tu give you a reason for our I'aith and pni'iiloo. Yours S. VV. (JAtJK. IRWINDALE. Mr. Koliort Kd^iir, who IIIIH boon iK from a HOVCTO ca.su nf pmui- ninnia, in pro^rdUHin^ rapidly inward recovery. MJHH I'huohn Dfuvvti is virtitiiiH Irii'iidn In (ili-nilalc. Allen Duvonpnrl. of Tropico sponl a fovr (hi\H at thu hoini 1 id' bin Knm<) iniitlior, Mrs. (i. N. Luim. Mr.s. M. H. (' 'Minim, \vliu hits been conflmul In IIIT 1'niiiii fur twn wi'iiks, IN much lii'tli'i 1 . The MJH.HCK Irwin upont tlm week uritl with fricndtf in Los .\nnnlc.s. Mr. anil Mrn. H, Milli-r wore K"DH(H of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Amilh at Loiiy Ueach on Kiindny hint. MTH. I). Mlllur Hpmit Wednesday in Pomona visiting friendn, K. W. (Joe and Mary Uttor of was tlio K"i!«t tliis woek llotiuer. if MJHH I'lthel Debate a Draw. The dfihnto !««< nvnniriK hetwecri tlin Los AnRoleH Polvte'thnit: anrl the i Oovina higli schoulr, restiltpd in a draw, tlie fJpciHlon of the jntlsna nierstiiiK wil.li lh« hrarty npprovnl of fill, Tfif; question, "KeaolvpfJ, (lint j the |)ftrin»nf:rit occupation of Mini- j chiirin by Unsfiln woulrl )jo Schedule For Blectrlc Cars. bnnoflcin! tf< the world thiin !lif> per- ni(inr:iil orcnput ion nf finch by .Japan, ' ' WIIH Ixui'llcd by thu speakers of Vioth Hide.s in n rnfi.sterfnl find nifinnor, HhowiiiR deep ri;.searfh. Tin; I'tilytHchtiii: hod an in liJivintr the afflnnntlvc sido of thf: The, ludi.-a ,.f the (Mirintlan Church | t( , nl „„ M,, n .j, ;n t() M,.. , m ,j ^ ra held a niiHuiuiiiiry meeting (in Wed ; ); (- ('nrt,.r, a HOII, on. h'o dfilmterR vve.rf! : Jfick Todd, Will Percfival. ('o\iiiu Kathe.r.inr; Phi lino, Waller .J. A.-fch'Ti- bruiniftr. Kx-prmtrniiHtf r firoff of now of Kednmlo, I'n.f. C. K. White of PotnoiiK Mr. Kdwin T. Hnhn of Muslo WIJH fr.rnished by the high school orcheHtra. Woodmen's Doings. A rnimhcr of locul Woodmen of the World are arranging to attend the banr|Uftt in LOH Angeles at Levy's tomorrow night in honor of Head CoMHtil, I. I, Boak, of the Pacific Jurisdiction. Boak \n n man whose nar/xi IB known and revered in thousand* ot bereaved homos and to multitudes of fatherless children. A man whose unassuming deeds of neighborly kindness have brought cheer and Hiiiujliine to many a discouraged heart iu days of i linens and misfortune. On Monday evening a largo class will bo initiated iu the Woodmen Temple, following which an open meeting will be held in Mlks Hall, Los Angeles, nt which titnu the general public are invited to listen to an address by Head Consul Boak. Baseball Today. The Covina High Hc;hool baseball nine will cross bats with Chino High >Schnol this afternoon on the home grounds. This will be the laat game the baseball team will play outside the league. Tha kvigue games will eommomu! about. Anril 'Jf>. Last. Haturday, March 28th, the team was defeated at Kiosta Park, Loa Angel«H, by « score of 1(5-2. Last Haturday, March 28th, tho Oovina second team defeated the Pomona second teutn by the score of 0-5. Tho second team will piny the second t«uui 'of Gbitiu High Hcbool at 10 :.'!() this morning. , Buys Home. Last week I. C. Fairly purchased of Cliai'lo.H Madison his residence on Park Place, selling the property yesterday to J. W. Knufer, who pur- oha.Med this week the Dnddciar stables on Citrus avenue. Mr. Keol'er paid for the residence 8127.50. He will move his family here r>s .soon as school clones at A/una where his dau- hgtnrs am at present, attending high school. Course Dinner. The course dinners served Sundays at Hotel Veiidomc are attracting the attention of all good livers. Tomorrow turkey ant' oysters will be a feature of the menu. An liaster Opening. All the ladies ant invited to attend my second opening on Monday, April Kill), and following days. Don't forget the days. Miss S. Itt'ckard. Summer Lixcurdlon Rates. Summer excurHiuti rates to I'm'ille Count, will be made from Kantem territory for coming season. Basis will bo one fare rate of sixty dullurx from Missouri Kiver; sixty seven from St. Lonin; seventy two fifty from Chicago. June Mrst to September thirtieth. Tickets at same rates will bo sold from same territory to San FniiiflHOd and Los Angeles and San Dingo for Battlewhip Fleet Celebration. Sale dates April fourth and llfth and April twenty- filth and twenty sixth. Same fined will also be adopted for usual F.a.Ht- bound excursions from Pacific Cuast. Wauled (iiil or unnmn for li nchday iittiTiiiiiin at Hit' limnc dl Mr*. ,, . . . , . niinnu mil in Minium lur ll^ll t.nnli'.V, iilioiil Uliv being int'.-'fiil. . , , ,,,,,,, . .. ' i i>r KfUiTiil IniMSi uuik. tall Mrs. U. 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I- ill l-i> clu --i n a-- lin ('!,:crlc- Kim . !- u :u,,| ';:i, |:\ , i i|::i f n \- i--i-. i I I., i i,|, n, .1 t;,| | \ (,,. I,, | ,, : ,. ,,,!.,, |, : , v , | , ,. h \ i ,,i ,, -.: ;il I In- (Hi I a'li at I In Slii I ;;i , r n ru-. I In \ ( M ai< J.- \';, l k. II.-- I. n,, . ( t , \ liii\i- l,i-rii _',.iii!J il'iun (•. \'i-lii.-, 111 M .IM,M \, li-ll mi 'I'Lir- i.,, ; - I 1 . :' jni\,iti car I-MI\ at t ••: -in., n li. 1,1-1.1. ., I,, i ,- I !,, \ l,;n . iic.'.-.l \li lii-.ict icr 11 ..in l'. in 1 ), i i.-iiii,.' li) v, li li Kan i i: L- a I l. t),, i ..! .iji-. .\i, ,,!. • a i ani|tici. .., \ Leave Lo* Angeles 5:. : 0 a. m. 7 :0.S , 8:10 9:20 10. .U) 11:40 ISi.SO p m. 2. (XI 4:. : 0 Leave Covina 5:50 a. rn. 10:40 1 1 :50 1:00 p. m. 2:00 3:10 4;O.S 7:50 Notice to Creditors. Ksiate of (I. \V. Hepner. Notice in hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the e«tatc of G. W. Hepner. deceased, to the creditors of, nnd all pcrnons having claim* against the deceased, to exhibit the same with the neccHsary voucher*, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator of the above named estate, at the law office of (Jeo. L. Sanders, Room 325 Wilcox Building-, Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles. State, of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of hiibinesa of said estate. Dated this 28th day of March, 1008. Thomas E. Finch, Administrator of aforesaid estate. (ito. L. Handera, attorney for said administrator. , Annual Meeting;. To the stockholders of the Warner, Whitttel & Company: Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of Warner, Whitsel & Company will be held at the office of the corporation in the city of Covina, county of Los Angeles, State of California, on Wednesday, April 15, 1W8, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors arid for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. R. P. WARNER, Sec'y. Covina French Hand Laundry Fcrran & Co., Props, ALL WORK DONE BY HAND Lace curtains, fine silks, flannels and lace goods, our specialty. All work called for and delivered. Satisfaction is guaranteed. It' you give us a fair trial you will not regret it. • ' •'•'' ft***************** Say! . fRancbcr You are conducting- a, big business—more money invested than many business houses—do a good deal of correspondence, don't you? Do you always have suitable paper handy when you wish to write? Do you know that we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper and envelopes, neatly printed with your name or the name of your ranch, place of resi- denc.e and date line, cheaper than you can Kccure tablets and en velopes in small cnian- titles? This will make your correspondence businesslike and more convenient. COVINA ARUUS, PRINTERS **************** James Corbett General Qlaolcsmlthilng All kinds of general and heavy Ulackamithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks and Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty home Phone 6J Shop West Badilla St, C:2\inn Q. W. MARSH Practical CARKJI A(H: 1 AM) AUTO fainter CDYINA Reo AutomoDiles THE CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Reo qwners PRICES Touring Car with top, 51450.00 Reo Roadster, 20 h. p., S1100.00 Reo Runabout, $700.00 Also agents for Wayne ".V)' 1 4-cvlinder and Kisaelcar. (iet a demonstration before buying. REO Garage , COVINA YOU LOOK WELL FED How About Your Orchard? UNIONFERTILIZER CO 'S SPECIAL FRUITING will feed your trees in a way tbat will put oranges in the box rmd moflev in the bank. Let us tell you more about it. W. II. WHITE, District Agent Phone 1252 GLENDORA (DM TRANSFER HUTCHISON BROS., Praps. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving. Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. * Office M Citrus Ave. Coviii, (il. Home Phone 108 Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 Notice. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Cpvina National Bank will be held at its hanking room on Wednesday, May 8. 1908, at one o'clock p. m., to vote on the proposed increase of the capital stock of the bank from $25000.00 to $50000.00. V.O.English,, i Cashier. Covtna, Cal. April 2, 1908. Jshnson & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blocksmithing sf all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome .FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley d.aily. Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of horses and stock rfreived for oasture. IK YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMliNING OR PAPtR HANGING . done, seo me hi-lore you let your juo. IS All work iniaranUvd ;tnd [iri^o^, i i.-a-^i in a tilo. C. H. Kistler 1 HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cokes, Hot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. 1 Shopping in Los Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAPE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a la carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Company Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Angeles FOR 5ALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near good towns. Plenty of water can be obtained. This land comprises some of the best in the valley and will be subdivided into small tracts to.su it purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue v Cal. V, We Have All Kinds of Feed and Seed==== - Polled Barley The sight of it will make your stock fat RKCLKANED WHKAT CRACKED CORN FKED MEAL MIXF.D CHICKEN FEED ; SEED BARLEY and WHEAT PKATT'S El"i(i FOOD KC;O-MORK COfJLTSON KC(; FOOD OILCAKE BKKF SCRAP T, KITS and SHELLS STOt'K SALT IN'I'EK'XATIOXAL ST(JCK FOOD i-KATT'S A:\L\IAL Ki.uci^A'i';^-' high Grade Fertilizer iiwifft buviny call anil ^c-v pricis San Gabriel Valley Willing Co.

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