Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 11, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, April 11, 1908
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IRWINDALE. MIH. F. R. Mnxfleld of Pn«iulf!iin is Mrs, L. U. Root this uffk. Schedule For Electric Cars. The Lownr Aziifin school held in- f creating oxnrcffins ynatorrlny j imriti, illiiHtrntliiK tlio history of <>ur country and <>nr i.'ilnrif' possnhsi'itiH. Mrs. 10. Wnshburn of Month I'nHn- •lona fipont tl o Wfifik end with her l>«n'nt.H, Mr. ami MVH. 10. H. (Jnff- Thf: MiHfftllany Olnb rrifl. on TIICH- clay afternoon fit, the, h< im- of Mlsfl I'boiino Brovvn, who WHM tin? hoHfr>a«of tho nff.nrtioon. 'I'h« jnu^nim, which inr,ludf:d nn inlrre.Ht IIIK pHpw by jMrn. Crniio on OonfuciiiH und nrml i'.i^H by Mrs. Hutti, WHS fol louod by ji Kocinl Jiour find ll^lit n-fi'f.Hhmc.iitH. Mr. mid Mrs, Olurntift! Millipsm of Histlto \v«ri! ^iicHlH last, Sunday fjf Mr. mid Mrs. /5. Millor. Lrave Lou 5,: c o n, in. 9:20 10:30 11:40 12:=;0 p m. 2.00 V.oo lJ,'iv(!ti|mrl, Tropic.o w<-r(' Kiii'HtH lus tbt>. forrnor'H mother, Lunn. <;f . Sunday of MrH. (>. N. CHARTER OAK. Mrs. H. O. Moon, who WIIH Tipoll for fiflp»!ri(lif!lt,i,H (it, 111*! (IoCll Hamaritan huHpitnl on WodrifiMflny IIIH!, JM progrriftHiiiK t.owfiids a HatiHl'aclory recovery, J. (',, Pnurl huh wold bin rnrich to liin brot.hor. fj. W. J>nrl. Mi«H Krrima Hawks cntorliiinwl a number of heir friomlH and rndghhorH .this ww.k with a thimbh; party. About, twenty -five of tho nixt.h tirtttln pupihi of tho Kr»n)mar H'^iool Htirpr'iHod M!HH Hornlne (JrifllMin on {Saturday nfteriio ni to bid Imr farewell br^fo-o the departure of the fatnlly for La Verno. Ii WIIH n ri»n- pleto ant print) to thr- young lady and[a Wood tirno was enjoyed by nil from t.wo l,o flvu. It'.o cmaiii and cape wero tinrvufl. Easter Hats. Wo have otill a nice line of J'laatc.r in fact, Home of our vory pret- cro'itlotiN. Call early in the week beforo they are- pi<;ko<i over. Our nalos during the pant few weeks Jnivo been phetioinenul, a (Infinite (leinorifltratinn that tho ladieH of Covina and aubiirbun localities an> well pleased with tho efforts wo hnvc made this spring to Necuro for their selection tho iitieet lino of trimmed JtuitH ever soon in Covlna, Mrs. Mary Lcebrick. An Easter Opening. All tho ladies are invited to ut- tciiid my Koeond opening on Monday April Kt, and following days. Don't, fir {tit Uin. duvfl. MiatH. Uonhard. Mr. niifl MrH. Tumbler of KiHiHlH- Innt, Hundiiy of Mr. JMrn. K U. Sin illi. and Mi.sH tYlmlK" <'f Han Dhnas and M!HH V iolel Ounlter worn ^ncHt.s of MJHH Kvclyn I'Mntolii!!' on Wudnowluy of week. To tin) volors of Cuviiin: tlio nominm nf thn regular Hnii caucniH lor clly mar- •Hhal, I 'vi.Hli lu malut IliiH puhlio •Htntotnunt : 1C nloct.od 1 will H«rvu ;uid I Nlinll diHohai'Ko tin 1 dntioN or 4.ho »sllln« to tlio lio.Ht ot my ability. T. A. MrCOKAIICK. ClmrleH Uri.Htow, a hrntlinr-in-law (if 2V1r. (Jrvlllo VinoiMit. of thin cil.y, IHIH I)\>rebt)MO(l a H!X iu!rn oranwi' t Krnvn bo- JuiiginK to thn Throtiji i'ulytcolinin In »tit,iitu, foniHirly <if tlio K'udduck OH- taltt, cnnior on Laik I'lllcn und Hun licrnnvdiiiii Unad. Tlio pluco IN planted two acr<H to \ r aloiii'ia tmdh and ilm bulniuto to navi'ln in full hearing. lie will Iniild and movo his family IUTO from Lus An^olon. Tlioy k woro former I'c.sldontN <jf t.liiti [duou. A vory Nii«(!t)HNfu) and roallstlo ju»v «irty Hiu'iul WIIH htdd lant Friday in tho DaptiHt, Churoli. Aliont mio hun dred ami fifty woro l)ii inj-' in a|iprnpriato Tho miiHt striking of MiHH Drnliakcr, li «ntiroly uf dolapiditto'l Thti jirn^r/un inoliuhxl (In* i crital inn of "The Kaiwdy Man," hy I'n.f. ('»! lins, "Ovor tiio Hills to llu< I'.mr liuuso, " liy MrH. (iroKii; muiululi siiloti liy 1'uul Ayono mill a \"cnl <luri li,\ Mrs. KiiiiK and Mins Kollu Leave f'ovina .r.SO a, m. f>:. : ,.S 8.-20 '):?,<) 10:40 11:.-'0 1:00 p. m. 2 ;iJO .V10 4:<>r> 4. r O 1 1 i.Vt WATER IS KING! A Ulfj 4T, INCH VVKLL BROUfJHT JN AT HKAUMONT AND ANOTHKK UNIT OK WATKK ACKKACJK ' IH NOW ON THF, MAHKKT. "HUNNV HLOPH AC'KKH" IN T) ACKK KAHMH 8150 to 8175 AN A CUM Thn bf)«t. npplo iirid chorry land in the Bin l.o, located between tlifi Ili.-an- mont, townHiti! and tho foothills of Han Ufirwirdino monnUiiiiH, triivfirsml by th« comjinny'.s main irrigation fiipo lino. Tho bi« new oomont distributing rcnorvoir in right on tbo "Hunrty Hlupo. ACCOH" Irao.t., running over with walor a night to convinco "MiHHunrians" Unit, walor is King in I ,)UHT HTO1. 1 AND THINK what a Hplondid rbanco thnro is for yon to gut into Hotuirnont on tin: ground (lour, nl the beginning of it.s growth and pro.Hpority, whon a dollar invcHtfid now has tho wamo potential poworH tin it did 20 yoarH ago in Kivct'Hlde, Wed lands, Covina and Monrovia. GET HOME BEAUMONT APPLE LAND WHILE YOU CAN. There is only a limited amount of it and every acre will soon bo a oo voted poHHGssion. Buy 5 »cros in tlio now "Sunny Slope" trnct, plant it to W inswaps, Missouri Pippins ind Oloriu Mundi'w and in 5 years you'll have a whalo of a payer. Do it, now. SELECT HOME TOWN LOTH AT S'iU UP. PH1CHH ADVANCE APRIL iM. Hond for maim, price list and lull informal ion about, our excursion ilcn to Iloanmotit. BEAUMONT LAND AND WATER COMPANY '2'2(i Mercantile Phuie, or . r )44 H. Hriuuhsay, JjuH Angoles, Cal. t, many and tattoru. o ssas thai oumpusod ri-cittitinn. Allornoy I'onoo ai'lcd jnd^o and tlni-il ihuhu \vliu worn nut Mtitlii'iont l.v puvorty hti'iokon. Tin 1 i't'1 'roshmoiils, vOiifh wnn no dunlit «'i»jn.vod in the line spirit of ooiitonl cd puvttrly, omisi.siod ut muih and iiil milk. Death Was On His Heels. Jesse P' Morris of Skippers, Va., had .1 close call in 'he spring of 19W>. He says: "An atiack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a fearful cough mat my friends declared consumption had me, and death was on niy heels. Then I \^is persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery. It helped me iinnn'diatly, and aftfr taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again. I found out that N>w Discovery is the best rf'tnedy for coughs and lung diseases in all ihe world." Sold under guarantee at C. F. Ciapp's drug store. nOc mid .fd ' 0, Trial bottle free. Annual Meeting. To the stockholders of the Warner, j Whitsel & Company: Please take notice that the annual I meeting of the stockholders of j Warner, Whitsel A. Company vv '" he' hold at the office of the corporation in i (he city of Covina, county of Los An- ' i?elcs. State of California, on Wednesday, April 15, I'KM, at 7:30 p.m.,' for the purpose of electing director*] and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. K. P. WARNER. Sec'y- Reo Automobiles THE CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Rco owners YMemlte Valley. Yoncmite Valley is now reached daily after abort and pleasant trip via Southern Pacific to Merced, Yo- Rctnito Valley and 12 miles stage 'ride. Information may be had at Southern Pacific office. James Corbett PRICES Touring Car with top, £1450.00 Keo Roariater, 20 h. p., 51100.00 Keo Runabout, 3700.00 Also si^ents for Wayne "30" 4-cvliridcr and Kisselcar, Get a demonstration before buying. REO Garage! COVINA IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. Notice to Creditors. Kslatc of (i. W, Hcpner. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of G. W. Ilepner, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against Uie dccesiaed, to exhibit tnc same with the necessary vouchers, 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 business of said estate. Dated this 2«th day of March, 1908. Thomas E. Finch, Administrator of aforesaid estate. GLO. L. Sanders, attorney for said administrator. The (Jovina Oo. will fid I you a, lot in tho (Jovina Villa tract and advance you twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. (OVINA TRA« HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving 1 . Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. Offke OB Citrus Ave. Covlu, Cil: Home Phone 108 Covina French Hand Laundry Ferran & Co., Props. ALL WORK DONE BY HAND L,ice curtains, fine silks, flannels and lace goods, our specialty. All work called for and delivered. Satisfaction is guaranteed. If you give us a fair trial you will not regret it. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler All kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Rldgers, Orange Racks and Box P reuses \ Horseshoeing o Specialty -,| Home Phone 63 Shop We.-sr Badillo 5t, Cavina Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 Ounther's sweets are pure and sweet, Clapp sells 'em. Johnson & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af oil Kinds G. W. MARSH Practical I CARRIAGE AND AUTO Ipainlcr Shop opposite Post-office COVINA Shop on Citrus Ave Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's vl Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of horses and stock rpreived for oasture. YOU LOOK WELL FED How About Your Orchard? UNIONFERTILIZER CO.'S SPECIAL FRUITING will feed your trees in a w&y that will put oraneres in the box and monev in the bank. Let us tell you more about it. W. H. WHITE, District Agent Phone 1252 GLENDORA HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cakes, Hot Rolls O. GRINER.Prop. Shopping in llos Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAPE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a fa carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Company Broadway, Between Second and-Third, Los Angeles FACSIMILE OF BALLOT TO BE USED AT CITY ELECTION MONDAY N8TRUC 0 VOTERS To vote for a person, stamp a cross (X) in the square at thd right of the name. To vote for a person not on the ballot, write the name of such person under the title in the blank column and do not stamp a cross ( <) after the name written in the blank column. ALL MARKS KXCKPT THR CROSS (>:) ARIC FORBIDDEN. ALL DISTINGUISHING MARKS OR KRASURKS ARK FORBIDDEN AND MAKE THE BALLOT VOID. If you \VKONUFtJLLY STAMP, TEAR, or DEFACE THIS BALLOT, return it to the Inspector of Election and receive another. INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS I INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS I INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS BUNK COLUMN THE ELECTOR MAY WRITE IN THE COLUMN BELOW UNDER THE TITLE OF THE OFFICE THE NAME OF ANY PERSON WHOSE NAME IS NOT] PRINTED UPON THE BALLOT FOR WHOM HE DESIRES TO VOTE. DO NOT USE A VOTING STAMP (X) OR I MAKE ANY CROSS (X) IN THIS COLUMN. Notice. A s|ifoiiii tiui'tinn nf Uic sti'tk- ^Kililcrs ut th<' I'nvin. i National Mjok will l>e liL'Sil at its li.niKiii); IMOIII m: NVr.)ni-.-.(!iiv. Mayo. 1"«'S. at uiu- o\ lo.-k |l. 111., to Voli' oil till jll«:(< 'st'(i HU'l I.M.-M' o( tlio i.apiial .stuck ol tin.' ii.uiU Ir.Jin S-^J 1 - 11 ' 01 ' t'j jVKIOll.dll. V. O. Kn^ii-h, I'asliicr. «.'.uvii:u. Cal., April 2, i'.Hirt. Fur Mcmhrr of thr Hoard uf Trn.stci-s I' I'm llir.'i'l K. 11. LA 11 KM Fur Mi'iiihi'r »t' tlii- Uoiii'vl i>t" Triistoi-s (V.-tr for llnv.'l 1.. L. It AT KK IN l''»r Mi-mhrr of the Hoard of Trustees (V..i.' r\.i- ihir-'i K. I 1 . VYAUNKU For I'ily Clerk A. M. I'KNVK Fur *'il> TtVll.Mll'iT \\ . .M. (IKIS\Uil.H For Cii\ .Mar.-h.i! T. A. McfOKMh K For NK inher nf the Hoard of Truslee.s IV.iU- fur Ihuv) K()in\ C. CI.'KNSHAW For Memhi'r > f ilu.- Hoard of Trust ITS, (Vol.- f,.i- iliav) (iKO. \V. ru()l.N!AN' For Mi-mher > .' M\e Heard of TrilSli'eS l\',.i,' t'.ir i h r>'«'> K, ('. I'Ol.LAKD For t'ity Clerk A. M. IT.NCF. City Treasurer \V. M. •'. i v 'it \ Marsha I, I 1- A1K1.V For City Clerk AUSTIN WARNER For Memher of the Board of Trustees (Vote three) For Member of the Board of Trustees lV.H«! I'll' thn-e) Fur M-.-rnh^r of the Hoard of Trustees (\ ute f»i threir) For City Clerk For City Treasurer Fur City Marshal

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