Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 6, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, June 6, 1908
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The Covina Argus OOVINA. CAUPORNIA. Rntered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Co vina Artfus Publishing Company, Inc. SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Sin fie Copies $1.50 .. e n AI)VKKTT8KMKNT8: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. L/Ctfal notices SI.00 per inch first insertion, .SO cents each subsequent insertion, COVINA, June f,, 1<XJ8. It, will probably bo of inUtrcHt to our arlvertiserH to know thai, tin; ArfliiH can count Hrming HH piiid Htib- scribprs 87 p«r writ of (ill Uio f»m- ilies in Covina ftnrl tbow tnrrltorifjH Ei to this city. Tho value of thn rooent cnnferonno of Kovornorn lit, tho White HOIIHO consiHtH in tlifi agitation of a flood oaiiHo, in the impntun tfivon the movement for tho ooriHCrvatiori of natural rnwiiirwiH. It oomtentrutcd the attention of the country in u inoHt, fiffcotivo way on the nifloiiHHion mid devolnpod iin influential body of opinion favoruhln to certain do- llnito purpoHOH, arifl UIOHO purposes must hn worker! out in botii Federal and Htttlr: h-fliHhition. It wan mont noHcoiiblo at, tho conferem*) that the mieinod to bo with the ideal expreHwed in tho IiitioriH that tho independent Htaten are in fan I, interdopeiidunt, "bound together by t,i(!H of mutual bonrsfltH, resporiHihiliticN and diitien." Oon- feronoe« of l,ho governors of the Httitea infuH<3(l wil.h this spirit oiifllit to ho productive of good and contributory to the Holidurity of tlie nation. l-oni< Bench Chautauqua. rnind (;( takint; wlio have done fidvnncemerit r»r world, nnd (.heir Worship at tho Baptist Church: Hi bio school 0:45 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; morning mibject, "Kept and Keeping;" evening, "A Paradox." B.Y.P.U. 7 p. in.; topin, "How to Choose a Life Work; loader, A. M. J'eiuie. All are cordially invited to muctthiflH. Pro.Hbyterian Hervioew: Hnndriy- Hchool !):4r). Preaeiluifl liv paHtor 11 a.m.; Hiihjeot, "ConHi'iinonoes of BoinK Ashamed of .lemiN. " iliuiinr Endeavor '2 ;!10 Y. I 1 .M. (J. K. (!:!!(). Childrnn'H Day exercises at 7 :!!(). All welcome t,o any of the Horviecs. Paul (J, StevuiiH, pastor. Services In the Church of the Holy Trinity: VYhilmmdiiy: Holy Com- muriioii 7 :.'K) <i. in. Sunday school !> :4f) a. m. Hidy Communion and Hcrmon I I ii. in. ; auhjwil,, "Tho Huly Uhost PerpuhiatiiiK ('lirlHt'a 1'ni- neiitH). " KvoiiHiinu, 7 :!)() p.m.; Niib- jei^t, "I'erplexity KefliirdiiiK Christ and the Chnnili. " Oll'orlory woln Air. Hprottn. ChriHtian Church: Uuv. \V. (i. (/nnley, paHlor. (/hildreii'K Day will be oliserviul. A rally Hurvice will lie hold in the inorniiiK lio^iimiiiK »>< Oi'lfi. I'tiri'iiln urn ur^cd to lui prc Hunt at Sniidny-Hchool and the children at ohiiroh. The paHtor will deliver tin appropriate address. A quartet will HJIIK'. Junior Kmlcavor II. Si.nior Kndeaviir (i :4fi. The mamiKfirnent of (.he pia AHHociation of Hout.lir-rri California (nkffl plerifftire in firmoiinHriK in unusnally stroni; program for the vrf.p.c.nt. yi'nr. They h»v« sparf-d no pains in HecuririK the very best, tal- •?nf, to bo ohtMirierl in f.he L'nilorl 'States, witii the thought always in only those people Honiethin^ for the betterment rif the patrotiB are to Vie the stu'ceso they have hnd alon^ these linr-s. The acmlunt will be heir! in the auditorium Bt LOIJH liear-h nnrl will f-oiilitinc from .July 1 1! to 20. inclusive. A Kbiwe (it, the following list will show the full tneaHiire of suoeefis that hiiH nttenderl the efforts of the Chaiitaii<|ua .rnaniiKei^i to brin^ be- fort;; people of this f.ecl.ioti only those nifti and women who have been potent factors in the. moving thought, and (ic.tion of tho day : John HharpeWllliorris, leader of the minority in the United States House of Representative-is, and one of the moHl, noted platforn orntorn in tho Kast, will lecture Wednesday evening, July in. Francis J. Heney, the man who has done so much to purify the politics of Han Francisco, by prosecuting the famous gruff. cfiHos of that, city, will lecture Friday evening, July 17. Mrs. Leonora M. Lake, author of the Factory Inspection Law of Pennsylvania, will lecture Hiiturday evening, July 20. Mrs. Luke has spent her life in alleviating the miseries of women and children in factories and is a gifted platform speaker. Mr. Luther JJurbiink, "t.ho wizard of the flowers," who has done such marvelous things with plants, producing many new varieties as well as wonderfully developing unusual forms of botanical life, will give an illustrated lecture Tuesday evening, July 14. Dr. Ira Laudrith, the silver-tongued orator of liclmont College; Dr. JOdwin "Cyclone" Southers on "How Would You Like to Bo the Devil;" Kcv. James II. MoClaren, Dr. Ambrose and other well known speakers will appear. Special days have been Hot apart, for W.C.T.U., Y.M.C.A., Y. W.C. A., women's clubs nnd colleges. Full particulars may be obtained hy application to J. J. MORGAN, President and Manager, 14 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, Cal. A (irent Technical School, Throop Polytechnic Institute of Pasadena closes its present year with a grand exhibition of (Undents' hainli work June lllhiuid I'JIli, and uill open lor the new year September 'Jii, liMJH. Thi'usand.s of doli.i, i wort)i of new apparatus and machinery is lie- ing put into its uliups and lalmni lorios. ('nl lege ciMirses in Klerl ricnl, Me.'hamrul and ('ivil Kijginei>ring: Normal cnurseM in Manual Training, Domestic Science lumr.seH, and Art Courses in Design, Iliindicraft and C'lay Mndeling are feiitures of the .system ul education. In the Acad emy n.sual high sclnml subjects, MID plime'ited by daily inainial training, • •iiver lull iniir year couivei. Notice to Property Owners. Citizens are requested to comply with the ordinance which provides that shade trees on the public streets must be trimmed to a height seven feet from the ground. Also tho second and last notice is given thai, all weeds must, bo cut and denned up in front of property. Unless this is doiii! the isamo will be ('leaned by the city at your expense and assessed against, the properly as provided for by ordinance. Tho ordinance prohibiting the riding of bicycles on nriy .sidewalk, dirt or cement, will be .strictly enforced. Unless t.ho ordinance governing tho hitching of horses on the public streets Is observed, arrent.s will follow. 1'lu-lios owning dogs aro requested to secure their lioonses at once or the dogs will lie put in tho pound. Asking your cooperation in the enforcement of these laws, which are for the lionulk of all, I remain, Respectfully, M, L. Meliiicrt, City Marshal. Advil Special Price In Trimmed Hats. For the coming week Mrs. Mary Leebi-idk annotinccN startHng rcduo- tions on trimmed lints and one-third oil <m all (loivorH. Tliis will bo a record broaker <m prices. Ladies, take advantage of it. It Mr. and Mrn. Cohn and family en jn.veil n Spanish dinner on Thursday I lie.I at their liruutitul former home, 'heiiii! quests nf th(> pieseiit owners, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dulin. it is repurted ihat Mr. and Mih. Colin have oit'ered ; lo liny ilin placn Imok at it liaiulsiiinn nd\!ini'(\ Ian it is not t'or Mile at any price, Schedule I'or Hlectrlc Curs. !,c;ivc I.os Aiiyelos Leave Covina .~:NI .1. in. S:~(i ;i, m. Property Owners Take Notice. i have, twenty clients who ha\i properly and cash uhn \^aiil acreage, and graves trmu 'J to -J|. a<Men i.i.-t \. ui gro\es and aeii-aj.'i wiih me, for sub- or exehaue,. FKANK L. FUAKY. liooin >'.. Slahtoii lild^., Pii.-adeim. S.lo l ':.vO K'.-N) 1-:U> p in. l.M> 2: Ml Spring Tooth Harrows Hoeing under the trees is hard work. The spring tooth harrow will do it easier. We are selling them at $19.00. Better see us about it. TWOMEY & DILLER Opposite S. P. Depot A Pointer COVINA hroop Polytechnic Institute Located In Pasadena, the most beautiful city of California (1IVKS A I'KACTICAt, MODERN' EDUCATION. * College of Engineering, Manual Training Academy Normal School of Manual Training, Art and Domestic Economy. PKKF'ARKS FOR T.KADINf; COLLEfiKS AND UNIVERSITIES. Ni-.w campim of ZOIKTOM. faculty of 4«, student hotly of 400. Jionrdimr hall for boys, gymnasium, athletic. ifrcmmlH; c:Xpi;ns('S muilcrnti:. Si^ml for catnloe, ARTHUR HKXRY CHAMI!KRT,AIN II. S.. A. M., Acting President. ^%^T^ f* The Bathroom as an Investment. Have you ever considered that the money spent on a modern bathroom is a wise investment'? No doubt you h;.ve given the roatfcr more or less thought and have arrived at a conciusion. W e would like to express our views on the subject, and on that account cord:..! 1 ./ invite you to call on us if interested. We handle the celebrated w £tftlfdat«r Ware, the best material made. Let us quote you prices. Wj.S. SIDES, Plumber v\ KERCKHOFF^CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co, Phones: Home 148; Suriset 253 COVINA, 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 Butter Biscuits Reception Krisps Cupid Chips Saratoga Dainties Zu-Zu Ginger Snaps The above are all fresh and crisp. Put up in neat packages, ranging- from 5c to 25c in price. Phone 43 Brown & Bohri GROCERS Money to Loan on real estate, privilege to pay $100.00 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 to see how thoroughly well prepared we are to fill your wants in drugs, stationery and toilet articles. We are filling 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 Prescription Druggist _r , Glendora Furniture Store Attention Please! If you arc 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. IMEARS 0 a PROPRIETOR Phone 166 11: J

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