Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 16, 1908 · Page 2
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COVINA A City Among the Orange Groves THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Is absolutely the most beautiful suburban tract on the market today. Every lot a bargain. THE COVINA VILLA TKACT Is in the heart of Covina. Fronts on the electric line. Only 35 minutes from Los Angeles. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Will be supplied with the purest mountain water, piped to every lot. Electric lights. Streets graded and oiled. Cement walks. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Combines every essential city convenience and coveted country com- iort. High and Grammar Schools. THE COVINA VILLA TRACT Prices range 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. WATTHEYA/S J. B. COULSTON CHAS. NICHOLI OWNERS Lots and Every Modern Improvement r$3$334 a «« l* II TT L Colonial Minstrels. It is hard to bent ft minstrel show jtor good, snnppy entertainment. Bo it is to be lemeinbered that June 5th is an open (date for the whole vnlley when the Womans Club House When we think of minstrel shows, | will be paokocl fur a night <if pleas- we think of Primrose & Woat and of ure worth while. Lew DeokHtader arid the peerless I Kmlle Htibora of Orphan in circuit fame. These men made minstrelsy a fine art. People of refined musical tastes hear those cntertuimnontH and go away with the feeling that they have heard irresponsible nnn- Plne Openings in the U. S. Civil Service. This paper winhcH to suggest for Iho benell I. of our young people Unit for several yours there has been sueh sense and beautiful melody eomhinod demand for stenographers, railway in sucih a manner as to leave nothing mail clerks, etc., in the governmnont to be desirerl. , service that all who passed thc-so ox- A man walked into the office of a 'animations with a fair grade, reeeiv- farnous Boston physician one morn- <«' appoiutmmit at, good salaries, ing and told the eminent man of The examinations arc not hard when medicine that something must be one IUIUWH what, and how to study and done to break up the terrible de- is well taught. prossion of mind which was fast de-i Any one pri-pared for the railway stroying his mental poiso. Unless mail service can also pass the ex- he could get away from his attack amlnatlons for postofllco clerks cur-, of blues he. foil sure that the struggle riiirs, or custom house service and would ond tragically. anyomi (|unli(lii(l as government, nlcm>- I know jiiHt what you need," Kiild uraphor IK II!HO well (|iuililled for the ph.vsician. "(Jo and listen to Hlenogrn|>hi<i work in commercial Hartwell, the leading tdngc,r and H'"^. These courses can he taken in nonsense man in 'The Uostonians. ' They are, playing lit tho Majestic tonight. Von will forget every thing htit your ttrni-H of laughtm-, and year without vacation. This in tho it will start jour liver to working "»I.V school in California malting n ( ,!,, >i ' specially ot Uii.i work mid assisting Summer Excursion Ratejp. Summer excursion rates to Pacific Const will bo made from Eastern territory for coming season. Basis will he cue fare rate of sixty dollars from Missouri River; sixty-seven from St. Louia; seventy-two fifty from Chicago. June first to September thirtieth. Tickets nt same rates will bo sold from same territory to Him Francisco and Los Angeles and San Dingo for Battleship Fleet Celebration. Sale dates April fourth and fifth and April twenty- fifth and twenty-sixth. Same fared will also be adopted for usual Eaat- boiind excursions from Pacific Const. *********** * * * * * # * * * = * * * * IN THE ****** * * Vour Ckchiitg Be count * * * * * * * * person or by mail in Han Hernardino HiiHiness Collide, and Civil Service Institute which continues Hie entire "(ireat guiiH, man!" exclaimed tin patient; "I can't do that you 1 am thi) man you speak of. Hartwell." And amateur minstrelsy IN of more interest to the home audience than the professional. In Covina, MOMU- thing of thin nature is to bo put on the Hinge on the "'Hi of June, a chorus of twenty !.•< good singers with at least ten soloists; smart, snappy, clean songs and jokey, the jokes local, HOIIIII of the songs local in text, and all the songs the latest ones that are being sung iu the Kast, for the popular melodies do not arrive on the I'acllio coast until late, in the season if wt wait for lh" vaudeville artists to work their uuy acrosH the continent. HeKides the laslest ragtime and sen timental ballads the pioguim , w ill carry a number of the old minstrel Hongs, almost forgotten melodies, hiieh as were born with the birth of minstrelsy in this country. The entertainment will ali-o include home laughably blackl'acc nuiii- bera iiiid standard ballad songs rcn dered by the best singer* obtainable in the valley. The reason tor this iniiiblrcl concert is the need of :i new organ at the Holy Trinity Kpiscopal Church, the church which is steadily gaining a reputation for good inueic. young people to secure government know, poriitioim. I am Those hcuinuing now .should be able to pans the fall civil service examinations which are held in San llei nardiiio. The (Jreen-flarshall Co. I'ure A\lxeU Paints. ml their high grade varnishes will give sat ist'act i'Hi, even to tho most .skeptical painter. Their mixed paints will stand this coast climate longer, owing to the fact that the (irecn Marshall pure paints are coin- pom-d of pure white lead, pure oxide of y.inc, ground in pure linseed oil. These paints and varnishes can lie obtained here at the paint and pa;>cr store id Mr. O. 11. K istler. Property Owners Take Notice. I have twenty clients who have property and cash who want acreage, and groves from 2 to 20 acroB List, your groves and acreage with me, for mile or exchange. FRANK L. FKAKY, Room i), Stanton Bldg., Pasadena. It Reached the Spot. Mr. E' Humphrey, who owns a large general store at Omega, atulis president of tin: Adams County Tele- pnoue Co., as well as of the Home Tele- phono Co., ot Pike County, O., says of I>r. King's New Discovery: "It saved my life once. At least I think it did. It seemed to reach the spot the. very- seat of my cough, when every thing else failed " Dr. King's New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot; it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat, lungs and chest. Sole! under guarentee at C.. K. Clapp's drug store. .H)C. and $100. Trial bottle free. * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Covina National Bank AND YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN THE Stockholders' Meeting. T > tlu' stockholder-, of the Monday Afternoon I'luli: 1'lease take notice that the a\inual meeting of the alockh ,ldi'i>> ot the i M,,i]d,iv AttiTihou I'luli will tie held I in the \Voii;,m'a i'luli House, in tile city ol i\,\in.i, l.us> A nj;eles> Conn t v. j V'.iiifornia, >,n Monday, the 2.Mli d.is "I i May, V'oh, at .% o'clock p.m., tor the : purpose til eiei uui^ diiectoi.-,, and I,M j ;he transaction ot such other tiu>uie>-> | as in.iv jii'i ,perlv Come beloie the: meeting. t 1. A K A S. K A'l K K I N . r'-lo Secret.ny Notice to Creditors. K.-.tate of C. \V. Hepner. Notice is herehy niven t>y the undersigned administrator of the estale of G. \\'. lli-pner. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against I tl'.e deceased, to exhibit the same with ! the in cc.-*-.ii > voucher*, within ten months after the first iHibluv.lioii of this i iol 11 i- to tlic ;«aul .idminiM ratur ot the aboxe named estate, at the law otlice of lieo. I.. S.mdcrs. Kooin ^2.^ \\'jico\ MiiildiiiK. Eos. Angeles. County .it I.,,-, A iJi.'/.'les. St,it«. of i.'a:iforuia, .vhuh place is lu'icli\ ilesii; n j teit as the place of liii>iiicss of .said estate. '.).11. >l tin.-. JSth il.iy of Marcii. I'M'S . Tlioiiiar, K. Finch, .\ihnini.--tr.itor of ,it,>re-,.iid estate. l!io 1.. Sander . aitomcy for said a i! 11 in -, 11 a I o i. United States Savings Bank * * * * # * * # * # * # * * # * # * * 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 j r- * Will give you entire * * satisfaction. Why not * * open one now? * * * * # # * * * # * O !•'I'K'K K S J. H. COULSTON, Pres. 1)K. J. I). KEED, Vice-Pres. V. l>. ENGLISH, Cashier liIKKCTOKS • J. H. Cool m a n Samuel Fesler *• J. L. Matthews * t iscar Miller * .1. N. Maurer ^ (.',. H. While * * **«*{„***«******$« DEPOSIT MONEY WITH /\GEINT BRING FRIENDS FROM THE EAST low fr Kansas City 5. . Denver $3o.l»; Salt Eake City $30.00, and many other points at greatly reduced rates. If desired, tickets will be furnished at any point east or north of Salt Eake City, in-the United States, Canada or Europe, if money tor same be deposited with any agent of the Salt Lake Route. Pomona Office is Nearest to Covina For excellent service, beautiful scenery, through sleeping cars from Chicago, St. Louis St. I'aul, Kansas City, Omaha, and Denver via Sail- Lake City and the Short Line to Los Angeles, your friends should travel VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE Subscribe for the

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