Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 30, 1908 · Page 4
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The Covina Argu< COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Kntered at the Postoffioc Covina. Cal. a,-( second-class matter. Published every Saturday by ihe Co vina Argus Publishing Company, Inc SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance - - f1..S< Sis Months .1: Three Months .... Single Copies - T)isplay advertisement at reasonabb rates. Prices on application. Change?* made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion, Legal notices $1.(K) per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. May 30, 1WH. If Secretary of War Taft Hhould be nominated for tho Presidency, there nrf) numerous good rea.HoriH why Oovernor JIngtiff.H might bo Hcleetod HH bin riiruiiiig mate, find if thoMo rcatiOtiH nhoiild bo controliirig, Mr. HughfiH 1 {personal doHiroH would not bo considered, (iny more than were those of (Jovernor JJooHcvolt in 1 000. Ho would strengthen tin; Republican ticket in Now York, in highly OH teemed throughout, tho oWintry ami would giv« more HtrenKlh to I he ticket tbiiM any unknown man, however finpnlar the unknown man might afterward heroine. From the reports that come from Washington, all of the. govornor.H whri attended tho conference at tho White HOIIHO, with tho exception of those from Iii'lianii, IIIinoiH, Wisconsin, ini'l Now Vork, iiro of I ho opinion that SoorclHiy Tat't will bo nominated oil httr on I ho' fli'Hl ballot or by acclamat ion. KcptihlicaiiH and f)emocral.H nliko Htatod in interviews that tho fight, for the nominal ion WHH prael ioally over and that Mr. Taft would bo tho nominoo of Ills party and that ho would In all probability bo opposed by Mr. liryan. There HoomH to bo littlo doubt that tho Secretary of War will load tho Republican party to viotory at tho polls in Novombor, IRWINDALE. Mr. and Mrs. Am OH Johnson of iJakei«fleld aro gnontH at tin; homo if thoir uriole, K. M. Coffrnan. Mrs. fJ. N. Limn entertained n lumber of friends lust TucHday aftf-r- noon, light refreshments being i»erv- ".<}. ThoHo present included Mtnefl. Oevendorf, Wndsworth, Hatchard of Canada, U. Millor and Miss Simpson. Mrs. Mnry ('huprmin of Michigan is visiting at tho homo of Mrs. U. Miller, who ontortainod hor last Friday with tho delightful Walloon route trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. fj. N. Limn spent a ff.w 'lays t.liis wock visiting relatives in Tropic.u. Miss Irono Wadoy is pnylng an ox- tondod visit at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C,. T. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. JO. Nowlan have loft for 'i four months' tour of the Kast. Thoy will visit frionds in Iowa, Missouri, Illinois and To.xas, CHARTER OAK. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Blake have removed to Hodlands. Mrs. II. O. Maoo is spending two wooks with roaltivos in Long Ijeach. Mrs. S. A. Stowell entertained ^'informally last Friday evening in honor of Miss Lottie Stowoll, twenty young people being present, Japan•se lanterns were hunu on the lawn ind pia/za and games were played iiilnide, the most fun boing occasion- id by that of representing advertise riont.H. Li^ht lOI'Vorl. refreshments wore # # * # * * * * # * # * * * * * * * # # * # * # * *: * # * # * * #• Colonial Concert Aiistreb '/>• Next Friday Night J une 5 Womans Club House Seats on Sale at Clapp's # * *• * * *• * # * # # # * * * * -*• # * * •* * * * # * # # * * A Pointer tho an Memorial Exercises at the School. Yesterday afternoon Memorial e'x- orciaos were hold at the grammar school. The auditorium was; prettily decorutod with white flowers, flags, ferns and pepper boughn. Tho program \vaa in charge of Hixth, seventh and eighth grades. Kov. W. (.{. Conley delivered appropriate address. At nine o'clock, preceding tho school hours, the whole school was assembled in front of the schoul 'biiildlng, inifl under the direction of the principal, Pi of. Loohriek, a now flitt; was raised, the entire school cheering as it rose. After the flag Killute the flag was lowered mast, the children ica." Program, 1 :;i(l p, m. : Song, "My Own United Slates," school; recitation, "The Bravo at Homo, " Pearl Kobliam, recitation, "Tribute to Lee, " Chester llovdo; sung, "Tent-I ing Tonight," school; recitation, | "Blue and (Jrey," Klmo Coniey; ciincert recital ion, "(Jetfysburg Ad- dross," school; "The Slur Spangled Banner," orchestra; address, liev. Stevens; recitation, "Roll Call," Poarl Reblium; recitatlun, "IJncora- ling Coiil'cdonito (Jruvos," Maria Ainlcriion; recitation, "Dirge for n Holdlcr, " Helen Koslor; song, "Memorial Day," school; recitation, "Three Hundred Thousand .Strong/' •Jumoa Anderaon; (lug drill, twelve yirls; recitation, "Bivouac of the Dead," Vora N'oedhani; recitation. "<>nr Duly," lyliiu King; solo, fiorlrudo llulee; H,, K salute, .school; ! "America," school; "Taps," Boyd ' King. to half sinning "Amer- S. A. Htnwoll has boon confined to Iho house two weeks with » f.evero case, of lonsilitis. Decoration Day. Today, DenorHtirm Day, will bo generally observed as a public holiday in (Jovina. Appropriate services will he held in the Oakdalo cemetery in the morning, addresses boing delivered by tho Kev. \V. L. Miller of ('iloiidora, and the pastor of tho A/usa Baptist Chuvoh. The children of the Covina public schools will assist, in decorating the gravofl of those who foil jluriuK the years of strife. They will len\e tho Covina sclioolhoiiso lit, 10 a, m. sharp, tho aervicoo at tlie oernotory commencing at 10:30. In the afternoon Memorial services will be held in the Covina Presbyterian Church. This service will bo in charge of the !Kov. Mr. C!ago. Mrs. Dalin entertained a few ladeis on Friday afternoon with a "Katfee Klalsche" in honor of Mrs. Vere (Joldtliwaite (Kllen Deach Vaw). VV. (.,). Cluster received the sad intelligence this week of the sudden death of an only sister residing at Avon, Idaho. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Sliuoy, of Long lieach, on Thursday, May -1, a son and heir. Miss Paulino Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allison, who was carried to San Jacinto .^evoral weeks ago to take baths (it the springs for inflammatory rheumatism, has so far recovered Ilia', her parents hope that she will be able to return home in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larclier have left this week for Anderhon, hid., thoir old home. They o.xpoet to ni- iniiin. Special attention is callid to tho ad of Oscar Millei, which appears-in tills ibsue. lie lias money t,, | (iall on Fair Warning. On account <if dmik''T which > : cm 1 * to bo uuaviiiilablc, 1 am ctum.i: I itul to notify all (icrsuiis iulorcKtoil llial biitbiiig will bo |niriiiUcly prohibiteil in my reHt-rvoir mi CilniH avenue, under (leiiulty of t he hrv, C li A. P. Oi-illllb. PrcsViyterian services: Kunday- Hchool OilTj. I'reanhing 11 a. in. by piiHtor; subject, "Christ a Covert for Individuals and Nation." At 3 o'clock memorial Borvicos will bo hold in tho church; speaker, Kev. (Jage. Y. P.S. C. K. (} •'•}(). OoHpoi survinesV :IiO; subject, "The Inrjuii'ing Mind." All most welcome. Paul (i. Stevens, pastor. Hiifvicos in tins O'huroh of thrs Holy Trinity Sunday after Ascension (Jay: Holy (,'ommiininn, 7:1(0 a.m. Hun day-school 9:15 a. m. Morning prayer 11 a.m. ; subcot, "The IJishon's Address." fJffertory by Miss Irene Wadoy of LOB Angeles. Evensong 7;:iO fi.rn. ; subject, "Tho Ascension of Our Lord." Worship at the Baptist, Church. Uible school 9:-Jf> a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning service by tho pastor. Evening service by Rev. M. H. Perry. B.V.P.U. 0:45. Topic, "Missions in the West. Leader, Mrs. J. N. Wilson. All have a coridnl invitation to these meetings. Christian Church, Rev. W. G. Con- ley, pastor: t Sunday-school i) :45. Preaching at 11 by the pastor; subject, "Homo .Reasons for Regular Church Attendance." Junior Endeavor 3. Senior Endeavor 0:40. Preaching 7:45; subject, "Absalom, or tho Wreck of a Princely Life." Hong by quartet. All are cordially invited. on what to cat for lunch, or any other old time, Lemon Wafers Water Wafers Vanilla Wafers Fig Newtons Strawberry Wafers Cheese Straws Social Tea Biscuits Fontana Fruit Biscuits Thin Butler Biscuits Reception Krisps Cupid Chips Saratoga Dainties Zu-Xu Ginger Snaps The above are all fresh and crisp. Put up in neat packages, ranging from 5c to 25c in pnice. Phone 43 Brown & Bohri GROCERS Money to Loan on real estate, privilege to pay S100.00 or multiple thereof at any interest paying date. I buy trust deeds, deed contracts and first mortgages. At Argus office afternoons of Tuesdays and Fridays; at home on Puente St., except Mondays and Thursdays. Telephone 3259. OSCAR MILLER. You Just Have to Visit Our Store The library is indebted to Mr. Clayton R. Shipway, editor of the University of California "Blue and (Mold," for a copy of vol. Do, published by the cln.ss of '00. Recent accessions: Adams —Harper's Indoor Book for Boys. Atherton Tho Ancestors. Austin—Santa Lucia. Bead)—The Barrier. Churchill—Mr. Crowe's Career. Corel li The Treasurer of Heaven. Lea —The.Vsrmillion Pencil. MoGrath—The Man on the Box. Sinclair—The Judgment of Eve. Stanley—A Modern Madonna. Williamson—-The Princess Passea. World Almanac for 1908. to see how thoroughly -well prepared we are to fill your wants in drugs, stationery and toilet articles, We are rilling the shelves and cases with the best lines of clean, fresh goods. Experience has taught us how to provide best to serve you. We cater to the trade of particular people — wish to gain your confidence, and then hold it. W. W. NASH Druggist S Notice. Nut ice is hereby givi'ii tlmt I \\il imt be re-jponsible f<T any debt^ cnii tracted by my wife, Sarah K. Mi,nt gnmery. ^lie havinu left mv bed anil l,i,ard. .1. \'. Mnult!' unri y. Special riveting of Alumni. A bprrhil iiici'tin^ -.if the ahum,] ( I tlii' C.ivinu llit;li Si'biiiil is riilb'd fin Wednesday evening, .lime li. at H i.'.-lock in tin- High Sell.ml ;mc|i toriuiii. Mfiiil'i'i's lire ui^'riitly i. (jut-sled tu In- pri-^i-iit. 1 \ a i'"unlx, \'ii § f |ii i .-iJeiil. II. I. Millanl, who recently purchased the l.a.vman ranch en.sl nf town, IHIH commenced Ihe erection nf a iMininiiilimiH residence. \(. ."' Hiiwinan, yanjern mi thii l-mci liutisi.f the t'lii'inu ll'tlgating ('uiii| any'« cvstem, bus been culled K.ist to lie absent about three works, (iarry Layman \vlll till Mr. Buwman's |HiH)iii>n during t he time. 'I he lur-Tal will nccur tmlay ot Mis. II. Cola, a Mexican woman nf I'uelite, \\lin wns burned to death iasi '! Inn iiluy night abuiit 1 t o'clock. The accident was caused by (lu- ox- union i.if a can of kiirusiino. Annual A\eetiii>;. T.> fee -.(i n'kli.i'.dcrs i't llii' San (i.i- ')i ie! V.tlN'V Milling Cmtipa n v . I'n-.i-i- lalv untii'c lh.it the .iiimi.il meeting nt tbi- .-.tiu-|< iinlili'r-. of tin- S.iu ii.ilnii-1 \'.ilU-y Milling p.in v will lie helil at the ;.||i e>.inpaiiY in l.'is Aii^'ele.i I'uiiniv. I ;ilit>>rni.i. mi ! ^_ I lu -Mia v , th<- i iin i h i la v !•! J u ne. l''i 'S, 1 ^ at - p. m., l"i lli«' pui'p">i' ,i( cliv ilin-i 1 ' i:--. a in. I'll" th<' t raii^.u't nui uf % -, '. i h t'thri t.',! -,| 11 r>>, as tna\ |'ii-j CE i.. i. KATI-:KI.\. s^-. 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 the valley free of charge. F. A. SBIJMEARS at t he iillu'e <••( the j ^a» •u- iity -I iVvina.!*? PROPRIETOR Phone 166

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