Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 11, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, April 11, 1908
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COVINA A City Among tine Orange Groves TUK COVINA VILLA TRACT lx absolute!}' the most beautiful suburban tract on the market today. Kvery lot a bargain. TIJK COVINA VJM,A TRACT Is in the heart of Covina. Fronts on the electric line. Only 35 minutes from Los Anyelcs. T1IK COVINA VILLA TRACT Will be supplied with the purest mountain water, piped to every lot. Klectric lights. Streets graded and oiled. Cement walks. THK COVIXA VILLA TRACT «• Combines every essential city convenience and coveted country com- lort. High and Grammar Schools TJIK COVINA VILLA TRACT Prices rang:e from $200 to $600 and can be bought on small payments. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Lots are the best investment on the^market today. They possess every element to insure profitable returns. COVINA VILLA TRACT J. L. /V\/\TTHEWS J. B. COULSTON „, ,,„_„ CHAS. N1CHOLI OWNERS Lots $2OO and mp Every Modern Improvement GRAIN PRICES ARE SOARING One Dollar a Ton Advance on Bran and Shorts. G nii M pricoM nre N<mriti#. LOB Annulet* millurH Tuesday advanced tho i|iiotiitionn fur bran and NhortH five ctnitH a hnmlrorl nnunilB, r ii dollar a Ion, and some dcaloi-H siHNort that tho ond IH not yot. Crop onmliUoiiH Jiavn bocomo «or- ioiiH hooaiiHu df a lank of ruin and unhiHH moiHl.uro falls within a Hhort whilo thorn will bo a gmioral ad- vHiitfo in priocH of Krain and fno.l- HtllffH. "(Juotiit ions lor liran and slnii'ls t hroiiHhout, tho United Stalon aro tho hi^hm-il, over kimwii liofciro", mild \V. II. Joyce of thi! (ilulni Milling company. "Rolloil harloy JH vor.v linn and (hero in i very indication ol .-in ot lior advance noon, "Conditions aro protl.y l.duo and unless wo havo ruin I lunk for a Kcnui-al advanoo in Uio priue of ail commodities. \\'o havt )iot hud any rain in tho whoal. ^rowin^ nciiiioiiH of thoHtato and repmlH indioato thai conditions aro rapidly approaching a orihit). There aro mime roportH ot o,ur I y whoal boin^ out for hay, coining in, and in many iiislances iulviin>H re.ce.ivod hy IIH indii-ato that, the lnti> HOWII Ki'ain won't, mako hay. This naturally will create a slim! crop of that oommodity. ' 'While conditions in tho Northwest bliil lie favorable, tho out look in not very bright ami .HOIIIO nod ions in Oregon anil Washington aro in need of ruin" Another dealer *aid that whilo the prime cause of today's ndvanco was dry weather, I ho mill* in Iho .North west had «h nl thus n and I hitt hail ci eat eil a scarcity of the mannlact nicd product. He Httri billed tho clot-inn do\\n of the mills to the light export di -maud, which he says, hiis been candid by the opening «l mills in ('hina and Japan. With ilie.-e countries mium tacturing their own ) 10 bids ti< in the raw material tin le I .ei-n a '!• crease in the e\| ,rt tiade and I'u- hae toiced milleis In cease i pi-nub ii.- on a large .--call-. (junthci's .-ui-rts au jure and j-Wl-el. Clupp .-ell.- 'em. U. C. SUMMER SESSION Instruction Given by a Number of Distinguished Men. Tho tiiililntin of tho Hummer KOH- Hioii at tho Uiiivoi'Hily ol California has jiiHt boon inHiio.d, and will ho sent, to any address IIDOII application to tho Kt-oord of tho Futilities, Uor- koloy, Cnl. Tho doming SOHH!OII liromisoH to Ins ono of tho tnoHt inter- oatinn and intj-ue.tivo nvor hold at Uorkolc-y. Tho Hcopo of tho subjects offered has been widened, and tho number of ooun;eH increased; nearly all of the dopai tmonts of tho i-fi^ular HOKsion will bo represented this year. No formal examinations aro required for entrance. Admission is granted to all persona of siilllcient maturity and intolliueiU'o to pi-ollt by tho .Hussion The tuition nwirdloHH of the number of courses taken is SlTi. This fen out it Ion tho student to the full privileges ol tho University library and aluo to medical advice and him pilal uarcs, without extra charges, in CIIHC of illness. Instruction will bo ^ivon, not only by members of tho regular University faculty, but also by a number of distinguished men of lei teiH and of several from Kiistcrn universities. Robert, llerrick, the well known novelist, and professor of KiiKlish in the l'ni\ er.sily of ChioiiKo, will oiler two courses in the department of I-'.n(,' 1 ish. I PrnlV.swur \\'illiiim Lyon Pht'lps, mm j of the mosl dihl inKiiinhc(l iiiHtinetors jut Yale University, will lecture, on Tennyson and lirowninj;. Professor Andrew^hlin ol the University of Chicauo, the eminent authority un American Constitutional History, will jjive two coiirse» and a seminar. Calvin '1'homas, profetisor of the (!er manic lan^ua^es ami literature in Columbia University, will lecture i on IMUISJ and aNo on (ierman litera j lure of the Ifith cintnrv. Protestor 1 Huinell, director of the Psyelndn^i j cal Laboiati.ry a! Mowdnin, will he | tnif on I he lecent luhancc.s in the 1 -science nf l's\ chuh i^'V. Profesyor "''Shea, head of the di | ai I luellt o|'! I'.duc.ii ii.n in thu t'nhcisiiy nf \\ i-> consul, will hu\ c the ^.-en-'i al di:. •.• j I icn . t I hi- ,!« | in tin, nl lit I Iduciit i: n. I I'll .-hlcnls [lla.-k. liitrk. liailex. ' MilL-l'aiiKh, and \'an I.lew ,.f the .»>/^^^»^V»sJX/S»^*^^^ ----.--^jwvfVirvV^l, ,> California State Normal Schools, will each dtdiver a course of Ico- turos on Problems iu Educational Theory nncl Prnctice. COVINA "SPORTS" SADDENED. In Doe Fight Their Champion Is Given Ipecac and Their Pockets Are Emptied. A wail K°o8 forth from Coviua. Tho "HporlH" of timt beautiful little town traveled clear over tho Mexican border to Tin Juniin to "pull off 1 ' a dog light and lost, $750. Several youths who had expected to dax/.lo feminine eyes with Easter suits have canceled their orders and will wear their old lo^g during Iho (•oming season. Homo weoka n#o, AngolouoH and CovinaiiH arranged a match between it bulldog from Han Diego and "b'ofico," a white brnto owowl in Covina. On the morning selected, the Hpoctntors assembled just, otit.sido t'ovinu and the dogs were taken out of a wagon, when Superintendent Xiniinoi- of the S.P.C. A. and a band of deputies appeared and made twenty-IIye arren!H. Two of the trainers wore tried in Los Angeles before u jury and acquitted. It. was (lion decided that the light Khould take place, despite opposition, and that plans might not bo intorferod with, tho Mexican town WHS selooted as the arenii. Tho time was Sunday afternoon. For ono hour and thirty minulcs, the Covinu dog chewed his opponent. Thou the Mexicans present, who had hots mi the San Diego pup, put JPOIMC in the water with which it \vas being rubbed, and the Coyina champion was soon belllen. Just STfiO passed from the pockets of the Covina sports into those of other poisons. HOHCO, the. Coviiiii dog, died on Monday. I,us Angclon Tinicti. Nutu'c to Voters. To the vot":>.- of Covimi: lieilig the ilomiliei' of the regular iioii parli.-aii caucus tor city mar tih'il, 1 wish to make '.his public slat.'iiienl It elected i sv i 11 sei \ e and I •'hall discharge the dillie-- 01 I he . itice ; o 1 he I i >t ot my ul i I it \ , T. \. McCOlxMll K. The I' \ ma Ci:. \\ 111 sel 1 > . u a hi in 1 hi- ( '. v in.i Vi II.i tract and ,id N'.illi e > i II t U ICi- .i-, IPUcb l:i lie V iia Voii i ay |, i tin. lot U, build a i, u.-e. * * * * •*• * # * •* * * * * * Vour Recount IN THE Covina National Bank AND YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN TUK United States * Savings Bank * * ! * i * * j * ! * 1 #• ! * ; *- * • *'in *• : *• * *- »>- * * * * •T* Will give you entire * satisfaction. Why not * open one now? * EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE Fine Builders' Hardware of all kinds, Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Gloves, House- Furnishing Goods. Potter's Hardware 11 r 11' i-: K > - • J. II. COULSTON, Pres. DK>. J. D. RKKD, Viee-Pres. \'. O. KNi;f<lSH, Cashier J. H. Samuel Fesler J. L. M:ii:hew s D^-ar Miller J. N. M.Hirer U. H While * *! •*! * * * * * * i * * i * i *i * '. I DEPOSIT MONEY WITH BRING FRIENDS FROM THE EA5T During Mar-.h and April, Second Class tickets will be sold at very low raU's from Eastern points to Southern California. For instance from New York ?.-,->.0<) and S.VUH); from Chicago ?3H.OO; St. Louis »35 5u- Kansas City ^(l 00; Omaha ~.-U.OO; Minneapolis and St Paul S3<> 7v' Denver ?3o.tMj; Salt Lake City S.iO.OO, and many other points at irreatlv 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 ayent of the Salt Lake Route. Pomona Office is Nearest to Covina For excellent avrvi.v, beautiful scenery, through sleepiu - cars fr,,m C lucai;.., M. Loui.s St. Paul, Kan^a.s City. Omaha, and Denver via <-i\\ Lake I My and the .-hurt Line t., Los Aiitfele* y>,ur triends should travel VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE Subscribe for the Brps.

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