f — — •— --- - • ^_ — -'- •— \^ ^^ts^^^y- • •- . - - „ --- -- v^^gary- -^ -- local Events, Watch for seat sale of Colonial Concert Minstrels. 25c and 35c. Miss Finch of Ontario is spending the week as the guest of Mrs. I. 1. Cook. Mrs. Peter Fcsler, who has undergone a serious operation, ia now convalescent. Not an ordinary minstrel show, Mixed concert of high order. June 6th at Wotnans Club House. 25c and 35o. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brubaker and little son Daniel left Tuesday on an extended trip through Oregon and Washington, Portland being their first stop. J. D. Moffat, who bns been in a railroad position in the north, bns rejoined his wife and daughter in Coviua, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. E. A. Miller of Los Angeles, who came out on last Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Laura Zug, spent Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Hepner. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Overholtzer and family of Lorclsburg drove to Covina on last Sunday, euending the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hepuer. Mrs. Jasper Baker, accompanied by her children, of Oleudora, was the guest on Monday and Tuesday of her mother, Mra. C. Grouse, and sister, Mrs. Hugh Armel. Miss Rea Elliott, accompanied by her brother, Mertoa, returned this week from Berkeley, where she has been spending ten days visiting friends. Mr. atul Mrs. Fred Smith, who have been spending 1 two weeks at the home of their amit and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith, have returned to Hollywood. They leave Wednesday for their eastern home. Mrs. Alfred Fletcher returned last Wednesday from San Jncinto Springe, where she has been staying for the benefit of her health. She made the trip by auto witb Mr. and Mrs. Gaul of San Francisco. Ellen Beach Yaw greeted some of her Covina. friends at the meeting of the Farmers' Club on Saturday afternoon at the bode of ' Mr. acid Mrs. C. E. Bemis. The Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. Taylor, who have been engaged in an evangelistic tour of several mouths, have returned to their Los Angeles homo for a varatiou. They spent Sunday and Monday in Covina visiting different friends, being guests over night of Mr. and Mrs. Cuater. .Rev. Taylor was formerly pastor of the First Baptise Church of this city. J. H. M osher, formerly of Covina, now located at Beaumont, where be ia engaged in the boot and shoe repair business, was visiting friends in Covina for several da.ys this week. His health has much improved since his removal to Beaumont. Ho is well satisfied with the business opportunities of that new town. George Covert has entered into partnership witb John A. Bryant of Lake Douglas, Mic;h. They intend to do general real estate bunineHS and will do a great deal of advertising throughout tliu eastern status. Mr. Bryant is western agent for tho Hatch electric smelter, ii'ied for reducing h.w grade ore. The now firm will lie known as tho California Home- seekers' Investment Co. William Lamlcy has returned from Fort Wayne, hidifinu, where fit went on a Had mission, Unit of taking tho rf'.maiiiH of hi.s son-in-law, Charles Byerlay, to lay beside those of tho df'.ocaHCfl wife, whoso death ocriirrod about two years ago. Jt will bo remembered th«t the Into Air. Bycrloy met his death in the cave-in of a ciistfrri which he WHS repairing on the Otto Anderson ranc-h. Mrw. Young of La Verne, 81 yi-ara of age, returner! home on Saturday after being in (,'nvinn three months under Dr William Capps' treatment for cancer oi the mouth, involving cheek, gum and roof of the mouth. There was no nliich tissue disrobed the the parts HO sensitive it wan extremely difficult to treat and required lilts greatest delicacy and patience. Tho present condition gives hope of a radical cure. I)r. C'upps, however, will keep the caie under observation for sometime vet. It V.HH .ioui':ttl,ing like one year agu when U><: i<*ginr:iug of the disease uns Hrsl noticed, i,u' it.-> true naluie was not at that firm: fciiTpei'ied. All -.u-picii.iih tiiiiior-j or ulcers rhc.ul'l receive affection hi '•(.•in 'a* 'I i d .'•, ereii. Ti.t- earliir •il.rer- it' e ll'.'ile-J lie U;i,/e jj',J,«-ful • • i. iitc. .'i i For Sale-- Seed potatoes. Inquire of Austin Warner, Covina, Cnl. tf Miss Olive Moxley of Los Angeles, is the guest this week of her mint and uncle, Mr. find Mrs. J. Moxley. Mrs. C. E. Crawford nns returned from a long visit, with relatives mid friends in the North. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Mu«sey are quests for the week of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey. Mrs. Lucy Kilcy and daughter, Miss Marian, of New Jersey, are guests at the home of Miss Anna Hetdley. ftfri. BUnohard arid son, Everett, returned on Wednesday from Berkeley from which University the latter baa graduated. All revolutionary heroes will be present except G. Washintgon. Ho sends regrets. Colonial Concert Minstrels. June 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Roberta of Long Beach wore week end guests at the home of their daughter, Mrp. Joseph Armstrong, und husband. The Princess Long Recital will be one of the best entertainments of the season. She is called the Kentucky Nightingale. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goldsberry and family, who moved several months ago to Ontario, have returned to COT- ina to again make this their home. Mr. and Mrs. John R. King and child and Mr. and Mrs. Brokavv, all of Whictier, were guests last Saturday of the former's mother, Mrs. S. E. King-. Miss Annie Overholtzer is spending a month at Coucholla witb her sister, Mrs. Otto Snyder, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crabtree nud family from Kentucky aro visiting at the home of tho former's sister, Mrs. W. G. Couloy. They expect to locate in Covinn. B. F. Green and family wish to thus publicly express their sincere thouks to the kind and sympathizing friends who have so generously assisted thorn in their hour of deepest sorrow. The many friends of Mrs. Dr. Shoemaker will be glad to hear that she ia recovering from her long and serious illness and is now able to be up and around a little. G. F. Preston, who returned last week from Tampico, Mexico, where he held a position as field superintendent of tljie Tatnpico Fruit C.mpany, returned to Mexico again yesterday. He Will probably be absent for a year.'He considers there is a brig-ht f uture for the orange industry in that section. W-alter Finch, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Finch, has sold his drug business at Bishop, Cal., and rnhirnod with his wife to visit relatives for a time. Mr. Finch was very successful at Bishop and is HOW seeking a location in Southern California. Revival services have been in progress at tho Methodist Church since Wednesday night, and will be continued throughout tho week. The pastor is conducting the meetings with tho help of brother ministers from nearby towns. A splendid interest has already been manifested. The Twentieth Century Electrical Amusement Company will give a show in the Womuns Club House Tuesday night, the 2tith, and possi bly on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Two performances each evening at 7:')0 and 8:45. The company intends to show in Covinu every Tuesday horoatfer. The residence of MrH. Martha HibKch, the rural mail carrier of Rout« No. 1, has been quarantined for diptheria, her youngest NOD, Cecil, being taken down with the disease on Sunday. '. Tho little, one is now out of danger mid as soon aH the, quarantine is 1 nii'.eri nhe will resume her duties. Until that, time Cost- master MaUhews mmoimnes I hat 1m | will carry the mail as it JHIH been ! found impossible to get a regular i substitute. OUR AGTENS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Botiri Pomona Sanitary Laundry All Day Meeting of Fruit Growers. Tho Claromont Horticultural Club met at the handsome home of Col. and Mrs. F. M. Chapman last Monday and enjoyed a most interesting and pleasant day. There was a large attendance of the prominent, fruit growers of the district, as well as many local orcbardiste. Prof. A. J. Cook presided. The hospitality for which the Chapman house ia famous was well sustained nnd a delicious luncheon was served under the vine covered pergola on tables beautifully decorated with rod geraniums, The morning session wns devoted to a paper on fertilizers by Frank Palmer, which attracted much interest, and n general discussion followed. The pancr wa? read by Enrl Ken- nnrd of Glendora, OH Mr. Palmer could not be present. Mr. Konnnrd is the Clnremont student who recently won one of the coveted Cecil Rhodes scholarships at Oxford University, London. The afternoon was given to a very scholarly and interesting paper by Mrs, E. O. Konnard of Glendora, Crop." on "California's Best An Effort for n Y. M. C. A. i It looks as though the effort for a Y. M.C. A. iu Covina would prove a success, Tho meeting last Sunday was tho best of the series so far. There were some excellent addresses nnd there is an effort being made to secure the some speakers for next Sunday aftornoon. The meeting next Sunday at 3 o'clock at tho A.O.U.W. Hall will be tho most important meeting yet held us at this meeting joint committees from Azusa, Glon- dora and Covina are to report on tho possibility of a joint society. Let, every man, young and old, who has any interest in tbn well being of Covina be at (his meeting. If the men will all give their support to this it is bound to succeed. - • • RBPORT OK THE CONDITION Ol' THH First National Bank of Covina AT COVINA in the State of California, at the close of business. May 14. 1908. (Charter No. 5830) It KSOL'HCKH, Loans and iliHcounta Overdraftn, Hecurcd and unwocurod LI. S. bonds to Keruro circulation PrcmiumH on U. S. BnndH Hondn, HccuritioH, etc Kunkinir HOUHC. furniture und fixtures Due from National Hanku (not rc-Hurvc anonlH) . . . Duo from State.- JJankn ami HankcrH. Due from approved ruHvrvo aifuntn.. •• Chuckw and other cann items NotCH of other National Hanks Fractional paper currency, niekebi, cell Lawful Money ltenervo in jiank, viz: Specie li;,fi:!l.r.O llcflemylifin Fund with U. S. Treamiror f> per cent of circulation , •. $2ori.<ij;:i.M 1.20,'i.iW . zn.orm.w •116.70 . 17.1WO.OO M.07 r.oo.w tH ...7S.II7 IB, reii.no Total ........ :ir,5,43B.ll 1.IAI1II.1TIKS. Capital Stock paid in .............. $ W).OOO.(K) SurpluH fund ...... ...... . . ;10,0(XI.O() Undivided profit*, lean oxpermeH and taxes paid ................... ll.i'irifi.nH National liank noles oulKUindintr Due to TruHt. Co/npanien and Suvii HankH ...................... Dividends unpaid . . ..... .'iM).IIO Individual depiisits Kijlijcot to check.- Wn.'MKi.Zl Demand certificates of deposit .......... 700. (X) Total ....... :t!'i!i.tm.l1 S^talc of California County f,f LI,K Aiij/rlrs. hh : I, \V. M. r.rihWi.ld, (.':n,llicr of jhr :il»ivc- nuincd hitnk.do solemnly swcrar i/jaf rhr ulxn't: htulL'iiiciil is Inic to the hcM of tuy knnwlcfiv'e and helii-l. U . M. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. For immediate dolivory of stable in n nu re see V, E. Dudderar. For Snip Sued potatoes. Inquire of .Austin Warner, Covinn, Cal. tf For Sale—Hay presa Bt n bargain. Coviun Harness A Saddlery Co. For Sale—-A young, thrifty pip. A. M. White, Cypress nveime. li. E. M Lssoldine will deliver liny. Please cnll up phono 04. tf SPECIAL SALE For the next :.wo weeks the Covina Flonil Nurseries will sell pansy plants lOoa dozen. Itp Wanted—Girl or woman to do general housework. Mrs. J. L, Mat- :hows. Nitrate of Hoda in any quantity Immediate delivery. A. M. Seeloy ovina. t, f Cement, blocks, 8x1 (i inches, for sale by D. E. Stitos, tho cement man. Prices the lowest. FOR HALE—-Sweet potato plants. M. K. Zug, Irwiudale. Phone !!117. tf For Sale—Comfortable, five room residence in fine section of town, 81800. J. H. Matthews. For a stylish hair cut or an easy shave patronize the Ashcr barber shop. Baths in connection. IT Buggies repainted and re-viiniished from 85.00 up. Surreys 8(i. 00 up. Autos $10.00 up. (J, W. Marsh. WANTED— Chickens and calves. J. C. Baldridgo, Covina, Cal. P.O. box 2117. Phono '2000. tf Wanted Bright and honest, boy 15 or 1 (i years old to learn trade. Covina Harness & Saddlery Co. Plain sewing at my home. Mrs. Followell, First ami San Bernardino Road, tf Have your rubber tires set by Wilson's rubber tiro setter, the only one of its kind in the valley. tf. For Sale or Rent—Modern bungalow on West Center, furnished or unfurnished. See Mrs. G. F. Preston. For Sale—One hoy press at a bargain. Covlha Harness nnd Saddlery Co. Place your spare cash in tho Covlnii Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. Lost -Two and one-half dollar gold piece on clasp. Finder pleawo leave at First National Bank and secure reward. Miss Maude Doughty. The Covina Valley Savings Hank offers you a siii'r; investment for your idle funds. We pay 4 per cent. Start, an account, today. Wanted by young lady A position as cashier or bookkeeper, or at oKico work. Eight years' actual experience. UOH(, references. Miss llodol, box I)H1, Covina. FOHSALK--10 acres of 12 year old navels. (iood IIOIIHO and other iniprovr'inonlH. A/iisa water right, i ;i() slinri'H. Will take* cottage in Covinn. Pririi) $12,000. Terms. A iint,iii Warner. For Huh! KggH for hatching and day old chicks from inculmlor from the following standard bred fowls: White Kucks, While MinoreiiH and While I^-ghririiH. Young pullets for Httle. llerison it Cle.ine.nts, E. iiudillo Htreet. tf HutiKcrihed and day of Muy, I'JdK. C. K. Clapp f .1 . O. llou«er / IlirccUini J. K. KllioU J woi n to li'-Tore rnf this 22nd K. I'. Wu.aifr. Notary 1'uhlir. fl point to a revival of roller skating. Tho Kichtor rink in 1 J'oinoim in again running at. full blast, the floor being crowdeu every evening. During the hkaling craze two years auo thin was one of the, moHt popular rinks in tho county, due to tlit; liberality of I ho manage! merit, excellent niuhio bnlng furni.sh- , ed at. all tirne.s. At that time nightly ; parties of young folks used to attend from (.'nviria and Mr. Kirhter again extends an invitation to theau young people to patronize his rink. Parlor Car To Del Monte. For t!,e convenience of p&f.-etigfTs dfehtined Hulc) l;el Monte the ,--;</ii(h ei n l j aci!ic has attached to it- I ruin.-5 leaving J.'.i Augi'li-.i daily ;if * ;>. in. u 1'ullii.iin I'tirl'.j ('ai running ll.ti.n^lt to iJe) Monte v f , iii.uiji change. PKOVIDENT MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PAYS % on I year Term Deposits on monthly balances Improved Kea Tuhin- County Lands: l&r>0 to I (!H) per acre with water. Undcvi-1- I nped hind in arlr-hiari (lintrict 82') to | 8-10, any ni/e you want, any kind ! of torrnH. ,1. II. MaUbcwH, (,'ovinu. i Phone SECURITY- Trttst I)i:<j Kb ate UIKKCTOKS I,. \V. Mlinii, I'n-s. Win. f) Jialjrr.c L. J. C.M\~,\<i\in<:r , V'ii.i:-l'ri:->. N'iltrs l'c,t*<- /•;. -\. IVilvu M. II. HUlman ,\. i'.oi.niii, J. M. HUNTER, Manager 5 r , S. Jin.a.l /, ,1 y I,-/-, A ;i;;t-l toilet, in, in FOK HAIJ'; A fi »<•;<! muif! <m nnd one <|iiiirlr:r mile emit of toyfii. V'al(:ii(.'i/is a/i'l n:i\'i-]n, half nini hnlf, well fertili/ed, fiiinigutrtd and in • flrHi.-rr)n.-,s c.niiil it inn. J'rirnr :</)dJl('rai>) I rrrustmiible. Her- owner, W. F. I (JrauJr:'-, Jfuwhuid /ivenuu. If FOR KALI'; fi room fioiiH.e ami one aeie of land. JtlHt outhido cily limits. i'rie.n . fj(jorl fj runm hoii«e, bath, gMH, OlrrCtriC li^lltH, C.ltlHH ' good locality. i'lice *'J1I)0. ; tcrrriw. ', (i'lod i,a.ying nnd | i o',j .eroun lle'iH willi hl'/ck eoiji (Jclo, tuiy n-nisijii for helling. Money to Ke //j-ide od tni.4 liny. iJiJ'JO will buy it. '.',<> HI'TKH llitnlSH I'.ilK'h V.illi lll.lin dance, of wale.r. Splendid Maud at. a LitiH'r>iti. Owrif-r '^anl-t to gel i.ul on aee.i.iint, r,f Ijealth. To I'. <''t,an;.'e "jt, ai-res rai,( h land f',i ; i|'v,u,|, pjr.j.eily in Ci.vii.a. COVINA KI.AI/I V ('.<> . * * THE £ Covina Peoples Store l (iNcoRPOKATRiO Wk (INCORPOKATRlO OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILH We have the agency for the celebrated Without doubt the best ranch shoe on. the market. Ask the man who wears them - -In? knows. lUack or Tan. Mluclicr Cut. Hi'llow Tongue. Kiomlyki' I'lyi'li Those h>ho have tried Our Fountain Service say it is perfect. Our Prescription Department and the other branches of our business n>ill be found just as complete and your rtants h>ill receive courteous attention. t/Qmo/" >& MANUFACTURERS Of S GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Bq nipped for All Classes. of Machine Work JPeittorns KstiniiiUiH Knrni^licd. KELLAR & THOMASON Shop and Oflici! opposite S. J'. |)irp:jt llonn- I'liouc 2K'» (/r>viiiit, (Jn I. COAL The Summer fyite for Coal is now on. Secure your fuel for the winter and avoid a possible coal famine. SAN GABRIEL VALLBV IWILLINfi CO. BEN E THORPE CI:MI-NT CONTRACTOR Maimf in,i in IT (if CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE ij \<i 'iii inch'"-, in diameter General Cement Work of All Kinds Vard, We>,( (Ivpre,, Avenue Telei c 40V/ PAMP V^/-\/MF > ,-,,, u ,,. ,,„,,„,,,,,. Miniums ,in: liin: I..AV with ii'- t r (<titil<- to ' ;i 1 1 1 1 I In- limit ni tn,n I. A 'I'll '•-,-, < '.imp Ki tic on Kn ,r| ( 'n. , A/.n»a . 1 •! 1 , <n !'••! k ( ii'l.ilt I '< , ' :••>• jtitii Sj/t in;; ,1 !,•';!, [,<>-, A ||(; cli-.-,.
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