Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 11, 1908 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Rntcrcd at the Postoflico Covina, Cal., seooml-cliiss matter, Publisher! every Saturday by the Govina Ar^us Publishing Company, Inc. fl.50 .75 .-if) .05. One Year in advance Six Months .... Three Months Single Copies - ADVKKTISKMKNTS: Display advertisement at reasonable j rates. Prices on application. Changes' made as per contract. Liners Sc per line each insertion. Legal notices SI.on per inch first insertion, 5,0 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA, April 11, 1'JOH. MUNICIPAL TKJKKTH. NON-PAKTJHAN. TrtiHtccH- H. JI. Ln}«'.<:, K. P. Warner, L. L. Uatckin. Clerk A. M. Pen™. TrfiHHiiror -W, jM, (irlHWold. MnrHJml T. A. McCormiok. INDIOPIONDKNT. TiuHtooH K. C. Pol Inn], Itobt. (,'roriHhjiw, ('USD. W. Coolrnnn. Clerk—A.M. Periflfi. Traimirfjr -W. M. (JriHwohl. Miirnhal I. C. .Fairly. INUWKNUKNT. Chirk Austin Warner. City [Election. Monday \vill he elocition day. The vot.erH of IhlH «ity will !>«• railed ufioii to name by their hallotH throe trii.Hl.eeH to nerve for H term of four yem-H, a eil.y olork, i-\iy innrHlitil, rind a trcahiii'Bi', each to be dented for two ye urn. The AIXIIH doeH not jiresiirno to dictate to the intelligent vot.erH of ('oviria, but it. earneHtly ankH them to [nit, nsido at, t.hJH lime all jiurcly jjcrHonal feelings, and when they ent(!r the polling booth to coiiHirler only the I'lit.ure growth and proH- jicirity of our city. Tho next, four yenrn will be the moHl, iiiornontoii.H in the hiHtory of our flil,y. Upon the board of tniHteen dopcsiuln largely our future growth and the place wo shall hold among the cities of Southern California. During thl.s period the qucmtioriH of Hewago, extensive and systematic Htrect improvements, the erection of public buildings, and poHHibly the acquirement, of publiri ut.llities, will come before the board. If each voter will feel on Moridiiy that he is Individually responsible for the future of our city we have no fear of the outcome. Do not vote for a man because he is a "good follow," to use a homely phrase, one who never treads on anyone else's corns, but, vote for the man who has the business capacity to grapple intelligently with the momentous municipal problems which will come before him. The legislative branch of the municipal government, are not necessarily experts,' but, those who give direction to the experts, developing the policies which the experts must carry out, and upon thorn depends the public weal. llcnumont Land Sales. Wider scope has been given to the movement, of licaunmn! lands by the placing on the market hist week of "Sunny Slope Acres," a new tract of watered laii'l, divided into live acre lots, Inc.utcd nnilli dl' llic townsile near the f'oothi HH. On I lie opening day thirty acres of this tract, were sold to Logan Sell/ for g-iriOU cash, and the buyer, who is foreman of one of the largest, orange ranches in Southern California, will rclinquhh his |ii'r-.i>Mi position on July 1st, ami move to Iliaiimnhl with his family. Hi anmiml is In have a bank soon. It uill l,i' it stuck ciiiicern, \\illi nearly it nut all ol the stuck held by ISeaiiiiiiuil eili/eiis. Tlir pi el i in I nary nii't'ling lias iili'mily Inn In hi I'ur till' . ,| l_'-m i/al it'll ul I III' i II:-! i I 111 I- Ml, ami HIM . >! t IIP lii st nn>\, u j 11 !.<• 1 i 11 rl ;i in ili i n I.an k I in; I; iil'-i 1 . S t , i ! i -• i l . • ; i l • • I -, I'. i i • • I j 11.: 111 • • I, II i ' '-•.1,1. I 11 •, I i.i | i c i i i i • i ! 1111 11,.. ..ill i • 111 •! i •-•, i • i, 11 , \ . 11 i • n ' i', ' • 1<'' , I i '' In. ,1:1 ! i : : i i , . ,i I l . i I i.i-i ,. ili Jirethren Church: Kiimlay-srhool 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:110 ix m. Christ inn Workers' meet ing fl:4fi p.m. lOveryonr; welcome. The dndicatiorial services of the new Presbyter inn Church will be field April '2<'>, morning and afternoon. In the evening will begin B Hericn of Itible sl.ndi(:H by an able expositor of the Truth. Worship at the liaptint. Church: liible-schoril 0 : 1 ;"> a.m. Preaching services 1 1 a. m. and 7 :'.W p. m. Morning subject, "Prayer." Kven- ing subject, "Haptism -What it, iH and its Purpose." ]}. V. I'. L'. (J:!:",. Topic, "Life of John H. Gouch. " Leader, Mrs. M. K. Harris. There will be special meetings each evening next week. Everybody has a cordial invitation to attend. At the regular meeting of thf Pastor's Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church held in the church on Wednesday, the following ofllcern were installed for the ensuing year: Miss Louise Porneroy (by proxy) president; Mrs. W. M. (Jriswold, vice president; Miss Virginia Hoot, 1 Hecrctary; Mrs. I). K. Jluff, treasurer. The meetings of this society will be held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every mouth. Christian Church: Rev. W. (< Con Icy, pastor. Sunday-school !):4, r ). Preaching by the pastor at. II o'clock; subject, "The Last Scene with Peter." Junior lOndeavor '.}. Union lOndeavoi meeting d:'M. Preaching 1 :'.W\ suli.jcct, "King Saul; or a Crown Won and Lost." Music by largf thorns. The ordinance of baptism at conclusion of service. All are cordially invited. Teacher-training class Monday evening. Visitors welcome. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. PrcHbtyerian services: Sunday- school !).-Ifi. Preaching by pastor 11 a. m. ; subject, "Does the Bible Teach lldiness of Life?" At this service any presenting themselves will be received Into tho Church, after which the Lord's supper wili be dispensed. Junior Endeavor i). Y.P.S.C.E. • (1:30. Gospel acrvico 7 :iJO; subject, "Man's Greatest Foes nro those of Hie Own Household." Ail strangers most cordially invited to any of these services. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity: 'Sunday before Easter— Palm Sunday. Holy Communion 7 :ltO a.m. Sunday-school 0:15 a. rn. Morning prayer 11. a. in. Subject, "The Great Struggle." Evensong, 7:110 p.m. Offertory solo "The Palms," by Mr. Sprotte. Good Friday- Three hours' service, 1 '2 o'clock to ,'S p.m. Commemoration of the Crucifixion of our blessed Redeemer, with addresses on the Seven Words on the Cross. At the Methodist Church the pastor, JJev. H. W. White, M. A., will preach at, 11 a.m. on "Searching for God,"and at 7:1)0 p.m. will n'ivo the second lecture of the Heries descriptive of the miHwionary fields. The special topic will be, "China's Teeming Millions," i Must rated with stereopt icon slides. Sunday-school at 11 :•!!'>; Junior League II; Senior and Intermediate Kpworth Leagues at ii:l'>, You are cordially invited to attend these services. "'>Ve aim tu make this a homelike church." The (iospel of (iod. My friends in Covina May 1 have the blessed privilege next week of speaking six times to you on the iibuve subject? The Her vices will lie at the liaplisl. Chin ch at 7 :IIH p. m. each day. The .subject for Mollilav uill lie "The Wrath ul t J.id, as ^cl h'ui tli in 1 he ( U,"|H>| u! I iuil. " Km- Tn,"-ilay, ' 'The K U;h' euii-.m-,-, ,i| l i '.I, a- S. I Furl h in the I e •• | el We Have All Kinds of Peed = and Seed== Rolled Barley The sight of it will make your stock fat R KCI,K A NED WH E AT CK ACK ED CORN FEICD MEAL MIXED CHICKEN FEED SEED BARLEY and WHEAT PRATT'S EGG FOOD EGG-MORE COULTSONEGG FOOD OIL CAKE ' BEEF SCRAP GRITS and SHELLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD PRATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer Before buying call and get prices San Gabriel X/alley Willing Co. All goods delivered free of charge. *^^ Clarence Allison Plans furnished'for all kinds of buildings. Building Contracto* COVINA, CAL. 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 excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacnn and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing [easonable Suggestions of , , , Sauces For Supper oyal Anne Cherries Lemon Cling Peaches Yellow Free Peaches artlett Pears Apricots Red Raspberries Pitted Red Cherries The above fruits are in heavy syrup and are of espec' ially fine flavor. We are offering for a limited time a very good value in a 5-pound jar of pure strawberry jam at 65c Brown & Bohri GROCERS COVINA MEAT MARKET J. F. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 36 Glendora Furniture Store Attention Please! If you are in need of any house furnishings it will pay you to get prices of us before buying. We have the goods, all kinds, and at very low prices. • We can save you money if you will give us a chance. Phone us about window shades. See us about Undertaking and Embalming Latest Methods Everything guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered anywhere in thz valley free of charge, €> 0 !; , . I, •> I! I. il I. .it I i,f I ., l .1 lii.i\ I .• i 111, , . 'I !,L' I, --Ml i .1 i I I I. i - !'• il' 111 ill 1 uill I )i-i . |; ( ji-li.ir i, al I I, 11 \ .•. •! u'ln -, ,h • n n, I \ .Mi- Kin! . l I. s. \\ . c.Ncr. 1 J RO1 U^IBT Phone 166

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