Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 9, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, May 9, 1908
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoflicc Ooviti;i, Cal., ri* second-class matter. Publislicrl every Saturday by the ('.<>• vina Ar^iis Publishing Company, Inc. SniiSCRIl'TIONH: f i.5,o One Year in advance Six Months .7-~Three Months .... .50 Single Copies .... ,<)•, ADVKKTISKMKNTS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes wade as per contract. Joiners 5,c per line each insertion. Legal notices Sl.fX) per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. May 1'XIH. Service?, in the Church of the Holy Trinity, thud Sunday after Krister : Holy communion 7 .'!0 H, m. Sunday- school 11:1-5 a.m. Morning prayer. 11 a.m.; «nnject, "The Kffeet of the Resurrection on I'raetical Life." Kveri*ong 7:150 p.m.; Mib.jeet, "'('he Heart of Religion. " OUertor.v HO!O by Mr. C. M. Mylrea. Christum (,'hnr. h : lli-v. \V. O. (,'rinley, pastor Sunday-school !): 15. Preaching by the pastor I I ; subject, "The Indwelling Spirit." .Junior Kndeavor .'i. Senior Kndr-avor 0:15. Preaching 7:15; subject, "('aiaphas, or JJIindid by Self-Interest,. " Solo by -J. M. Slanton, "One Solemn Thought." All are cordially invited. PreHbylerian gervieeH: Sunday- Hchool 0:15 n. rn. Regular morning Her vice conducted by the past.or 1 1 a. m. .Junior Kndcnvor '.\ p. rn. Y.P. H.C. H. (\\'.W. At 7:'!0 Kev. I'aul Stevens will be pnhlically installed as pastor of the church. ServiccH W i«the children's tloral parade; a fire hard, I). I)., will have charge of the men's tournament, on Wednesday j ncn iceH and preach t.he Hermon. Rev. Hflernoon; n balloon ascension and i W. S. Young, D.I)., will charge the. baby show in the afternoon; unto- . piiHt.or. Rev. O-co. litit.terfleld will mobile parade Friday morning; char- I charge the people. All are most, iot, races I'Yiday afternoon; Mardi ' cordially invited to these .services. (ii-HH parade Friday night., ending , I'unl (i. KteveiiH, pastor. $yx^$i^ San Bernardino Tcstlval. The San Bernardino Festival of the Arrowhead, which eommenccH on Tuesday, May 10, and ends Saturday night, May '2:!. is HHstimirig proportions which will eclipse all 'firmer efforts of the (tutu City in the way of a street fair. The Festival opens with a grand spectacular pantomime, given on an open air slago, entitled "The Legend of the Arrowhead." Then follows, on Wednesday morning, will be as follows: Rev. S. i I m pi e m e n t s \V a go rats and Buggies Double Cutaway Discs 4, 5, <» and 8 feet The best and most economical tooi ever placed in an orchard. Planet, Jr., 6-f2st Cultivator a cultivator that does the work with the least draught Birdsell Wagons All my wayons are secial are built from my own Iv adapted to this dim ite. direct from the factory. specifications I bny them Plows and SPECIAL ON A lar^e line of Moline and Oliver plows of all sixes Buggies nuci Surreys A bir^e and complete line kept in stock. I deliver all goods on jour ranch at Los Angeles prices. The largest and most complete stock in the valley. CHARLES H. MORRIS TELEF'HONB r,2T,8 $$$S$$$$$$$$^ with a g.'ent, miiHi|tic ball; an indiiH- trial parade Saturday morning; stock parade Saturday afternoon, also a balloon asceriHioii; ending with a grand display of fireworks at night. All society is ai/og over tin; Coronation ball, wiiie.h Lakes place TneHday :iight, and the entire 'population is working night and day to make the whole fcKl.hiil a great, success. Ke- duced rates have noon made by all the railroads for the affair, and undoubtedly the attendance from this city will bo very great. At, the Methodist. Church the pastor, l!ev. If. W. White, M. A., will preach at II a.m. on "The Formula of Crowth," and at, 7 :HO p.m. will give the fourth lecture in l.he series of illustrated missionary talks, the slides thin week being on "The Head HunterH of Malaysia, and I heir Neighbors." Sunday-Hcliool at 0:1f>, Junior League I), Intermediate and i Senior f'ipworth Leagues at f!:lF). A 'cordial invitation Is extended to all, [CHpecially strangers, t< I her vices. attend these " TJicre will lie something doing every niinnlc" San Bernardino Festival of the Arrowhead MAY 19th to 22nd, INCLUSIVE PROGRAM Tuessday evening, M;iy 1')—Coronation of {Jueen; Coronation Canned Corn and Tomatoes Fancy Sweet Corn Standard Tomatoes 3 cans for 25c 3 cans for 25c Phone 43 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 Covina Irrigating Company. Minutes of regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Covina Irrigating Company, held on the (Jth day of May 1 . Members present- Messrs. Kerck- lioff, Elliott, llouser, Lahoe, Cool- imin, CoulHtori, Knynolds. Monefee. The report of the aeerctnry showed balance on hand March 31, 81502.98; rooelptH for month 8:108.80, total 82025.09; expenditures 817!, leaving a balance in. ttio treaiurer'a hands of 8'2li(). 10. The report, of the superintendent 87-1. 10, ! 1'hoiH showed expenses for repair San Dlmas Plant No. 1, sinking well, 8:3H'2. OH; construction. 81U7U. • 74; total 8 17'Jii. H-.1. Pine construct «d as follows: Ii! inch, lliTiii (eel; ;10 inch, TiH feet; ISO inch, I! 12 feet. Warrants ratified *Kili8.18. liills ordered paid Sli'J'J". 77. The president, and Hecretary were authori/ed to borrow 81-I(Hi to meet present demands, An asHeHninent on the capital tit.ock of 7."i ceut.s ]ier share was levied pavahln at, once to the fecrel.arv. jChino Land For Sale and Exchange. If! aci'ea walnuts. 100 inches water 180 hour« each month. I'art trade. Price 81000. 40 acres unimproved, good well, firm alfalfa or walnut land. Part trade. Price 8(3000. '10 ticres; 5 acres in gums, balance fine alfalfa or walnut land. Good well, 80500, good terms. !20 aeron unimproved, J-;i' interest in good well. $2500. '4 cash, balance good time, (1 per cent. I ,J. W. McURIDK, Olendoni. Cal. i Summer /Millinery. Fraternal Aid Association. A largely attended minting of CM vlim Council, No. fiiin, WIIH held in (ho A.O. I'. \V. hull mi .Monday even ing last, th'! occasion being a reception tendered to l>r. A. K. Ncwkirl;. the HPHistiiiil; chief mudkiil cviminer for Calil'iiruiii. Alter delivering a niont interesting address upon thii lnilU'Otn luid progress of llle unler, hi! ! lion HiM'iiHi'il tile following mimed hs the nflleers for tin- pic.sent. term: President, Fmoiy 1>. Hlakemorn; vice- president, Mrs. S. (). Nash; past- ^.'•esjdeiil, Niithati II- altmi; si/i-relary, Ciiarii'S A. Simmons; treasurer, J.'. It. Nash; medical examiner, I'r. (!, 1>. Jeuuiii).:'-; ••haplnin, Mrs. Nellie F. Irwiu; guide, Ira Hell : ubsi r\ i r, C. Kills ii win ; sentinel, lid. Mian • har.l, 'J'lii,- council dccidi d l" livide tlic membership liUti two compel inu' teams and sr-li'i'ieii Mii. S. O, Nash and Ira Hell as Captain', and I'has. A. Simmons ami Mrs. Nellie F. Ii win as Lieutenants. Regular :nect ings will be I.eld hin'eatler on tint \\rt~l and ll.ii'd Mondays of eiidi inn,:i h. .lust arrived, a lart'e and carefully M'lecli'd slock of summer millinery. Ladies, do not fail to see this display, for we can satisfy every I ante Beautiful creations at prices which cannot, be duplicated elsewhere. Also a till 1 .' line of i-1 reel hats. Make your selections for Ihe summer before they are picked over. Mrs. M. Lcchrick. I kill. Wednesday, May 20, 11 a.m.—Children's Floral Parade; 2 p.m. —Firemen's Tournament; ') p.m.—Grand Ball. Thursday, May 21, 11 a.m.—Grand Floral Parade, decorated vehicles; 2 p.m.- Baby Show. Friday, May 22, 11 a.m.—Grand Automobile Review (undecorated); 2 p.m.—Grand Chariot Races; 7:30 p.m.—King- Rex Parade; Carnival Ball. Saturday, May 23, 11 a.m.—Grand Industrial Parade; 2 p. m.— Blooded Stock Parade; Saturday night—Grand Display of Fireworks. Excursion Rates on All Railroads CAMP RINCON THE JEM OF THE SAN GABRIEL, CANYON. Stage rmnning. Mountains are fine now with no trouble to catch the limit of trout. Address Camp Rincon Resort Co., Azusa, Cal., or Peck-Judah Co., 553 South Spring street, Los Angeles. 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 wag-on will call anywhere in Covina or vicinity. LORBEER BROS Glendora Furniture Store Vosemite Valley Y semitc \'nlley is daily alter ,-linrl and \'ia Southern Tactile to Hi-mil d Yiil ley and 1 ride. 1 iilorinal ion in:,y Sniil lu-i u i'lu'illc iillli'e. now i r ni' lu d pleiisaul trin Merced, Yom ill's stage lie th'id at Schedule lor I lectrlt Cars. Leave AiigfU-s Leave I'o Annual Meetiny;. TH the stui-Uholdi'i's nf the Orange Avenue I,and and \Vatei Coiiipan \ : l'li-,i-r lalie nuti>'e that the annual iilfelillg of the Moohholiler.s ut' the ()i'aiu;e Avi'iiuc: Lainlaiiil Wilier Ci.m- j-iiny u iil In- held at the oll'u-e of the uMiipiiny ill UK 1 U'\vii of Irwiud.ilc, ','i.s Angele* ('uiinty, Ciilifol'iiiii, oil Monday, the d.iv ol'.hine, 1'MIS, at o:.-o p. n;., lor the purpose nt elccling dirci'tin'r, am. tor the trans,u-tion nf :,iH'li oilier bii-iiness as in;iy projirrly i'. line lie loi i.- t he meet ing. ALI'KKIi WILSON', Sec. HAN NKK'll AI\'1>, I're-,. Notict't An- 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 j t ,,', in.i U rig.i'uig ' >>mo.iM N , / eipill pl.u'e "I bu-^ine-.-,, (. oviiri. I,mo T'HVil->llip, I'liiintv nt L" u;,'l.'>, Sl.iletif l'.ilit'.i|':ii.i. i Noli, e i-, herctiv j^ivfii that • lilt i 1 ! ill!.', nt tile ill!'S, 11. Id i -,i\th oi .M.iv. l' 1 ' 1 ^, an .i>^.'-: I iipmi llle eapi i .11 M nek i .1.1 mi: ~- I. l-".,i ,'t tlu Latest Methods Everything guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered anywhere in the valley free of charge. 7 : 1 1 5, fvlo 1..10 4:4-. Kd ward • .It t i! C .- J : l > .. t 1. • A i i \ - -I J'.i: dverti .11 id l|i alms e u.i uu'd , at .mi"- to K. K • I -,.iid 0"i' inn, ,'.r. ..Itl'.'e .It l'n Villit, I'.'llll- 1. K. St .lie nl I'.llil irtlii. i ji. o v\ IIP, h this .t-..i>-i-i- i M n n n p.i'.d . ni (lie '.'i h I",'- . u .'.'. be il.'lin I' - 1 ! ' i ' I i • t ai I'ROl'RIB Phone 166 TOR O r^ & V. L DWAKHS.

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