Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 20, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 4

Covina, California
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Saturday, June 20, 1908
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postofficc Covitia, Cal., us second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Co vina Argus Publishing (Company, Inc. SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance - - 11.50 Six Months ."*< Three Months ... - ..SO Single Copies .... .o. 1 , ADVKRT1SKMKNTS: T)isplay advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. L«iners Sc per line each insertion. Legal notices £1.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. June 20. I'XIS. Hurrah for Tuft! Tnft for l.ho White HOUHO ! Jl, WHH Tnft on tho flrHt ballot. It, in Tuft ami tthormmi, find winning t<:nn\ ! n Htrong Thn nnrnimition of Willinrn H. Taft, of Ohio moans victory for tho Jvopuhliofin in November. Not only will he. hn (•nthiiHiMHl iciilly Hiip- porl.ful by (ivory KnpiibliRnii, but H)HO by rniiny of the rank and Mlo of tlui Dftnuir.rntio party, wlio, dcnpil.o party nlHlifitioiiH, arc rcjoic.od to WH- tho work HO well hound l).y Koomsvolt curried on by a man who IIMH tlio f.npti- oity urifl tho inolinntioiiH to Horvo tho people, and tho ponplc only. Tho I'rpsbyt.flrinns will hold their annual Hunrlny-srlmol picnic next TiHwlny. (Jornf and tlif: day with IIH. Scrvionn in the Clhurch of tho Holy Trinity: Kirnt. Sunday aftor Trinity: Holy Communion 7 :'.]() n.m. Hun dayHchool '):\i> a.m. Morning prayer. 11 a.m.; subject, "Tho I'an-AnglicHii CoriKrcHS nnd Lambeth Conference. " Kvonsong 7 :liO p. rn. Offertory duot. by Mr. Hprotlfi and Mr. Marshall. Christian (Jhorch: Kev. W. (I. Oonley, pastor. SiindHy-echool '.):i'i. Preaching at 11 by the finstor; subject, "Overcoming tho World." Junior Hndeavor 0:45. Preaching 7:45; subject, "Jo<niH Crowned." Miss Maud Doughty will sing n HO!O, "Face to Face. " A cordial welcome to all. Death of an Aged Lady. Tho death occurred on Hunday at tho homo of her daughters, tho Misses Farm in and Clara Davis, of that grand old mother in Israel, Mrs. Harah Anna Davis, at the advanced ago of 04 yearn. On Tuesday impress! vu funeral services worn hold at the residence and on Monday next tho remains will bo taken Hast by Mifls Clara Davis to bo laid alongside those of a devoted husband. The, deceaned wan tho mother of nine children, of whom six are living, and loaves seventeen grandchildren and seven • great-grandchlid- ron. Daughters living in this city are Mrs. T. F. (iriswold, Mi.nsos Fannie and Clara Davis. Harah Anna Hcott was born Deo. 12, 181.'!, in Jloneybrook, Chester county,' Pa. When she was 10 years old she united with tho Methodist Church, William Howard Taft IN no expori- : (lll(1 (lt . 2;) wan rnnrrierl to Samuel W. merit; for years ho has been dealing with weighty anddeliente public, matters arid never has he intuit-, a In bin hands the alfairs country are mil'o, and we predict that, hifi lulminiHtraUriii will lie as Htrong and fearle.HH as that, of Roosevelt. The Cardinal. Tho annual commencement, number of the Cardinal, published by tho student, of the Covina Union High .School, is in tho hands of its subscribers. Jt is an excellent; edition, surpassing in excellency any previous efforts made by tho Cardinal staff. Editorially it shows con.RoieiitioiiH and intelligent work, with u tnio sparkle and brilliancy too often found lacking in publications of this character. Typographically wo would modestly state that it is the product of the Argus odloo and one of which wo feel wo have n'o reason to be ashamed. The staff: (Jhulys Kat.ckin, editor-in-chief; lla'/el Power and Virgil Utter, asso. editors; Leisol Loighton, W. Acichenbreiiuer, Rose Nigg, Myra liurpoc, Ijiiollu Roberts, Hoy!, Leisure: W OH ley Nlgg, business manager; Arthur Mix by, assistant, business manager. Their home wan iti Honeyhronk until IHfiO, when they moved to WJH- roiiHin. Thin state at that time WIIH in its infancy, with very few railroads, deep woods and plenty of In- diaiiH. This couple made their homo on the Wisconsin river, 100 miles mirth of Madi.son, which was the nearest riiilroiul citation. The father had uorio hofure the family to prepare the, log cabin in the wnodH. It: meant groat aac.ridce and priviitiori for thin mother, who mid hyen tis('d to all Uio ciirnfortB of life arid some of its luxuries, to livo in a lo# c'ahin Htirrountled liy snow banks. But UMBRELLAS For Your Buggy and Surrey. Also Handsome Adjustable Sun- Shades to Keep Out the Hot Sun in the Afternoon. We Put Them on For You. . . TWOMEY & DILLER Home Phone 2'J Opposite S. P. Depot COVINA Spring Tooth Harrows $18 CHAS. H. MORRIS Azusa, Cal. You Just Have to Visit Our Store r Hrethren (llitirch : Sunday 10 a.m. PreachiiiK 11 a.m. and 7:MO p.m. ('liristian Workers' meet ing 11:1.") p.m. Presbyterian school ( .>:lf>. subject, "Out Everybody invited. services: Sunday Preaching 11 a.m.; iven Hhould Testify of Our Life." Junior Kiulcavor •2::il). Y.I' S.C.I';. llilIO. At 7 :!!() tlui oratorio, "The II. .|y City, " will be sung and a silver offering Mill he taken. All are invited to allendand enjoy it with us. Paul (i. Stevens, At the Methodist Climrll the Rev. ,!. Ji. (liven, 1). I)., formerly presiding elder of tlie Los Angeles district, will pieneh at 11 it. in. ami at 7 : I ,"> p. in. the pastor, Rev. 11. W. White. will pieanh. Tuple of evening Her mull, ''Are i lie PareulH Always Re s|iniisilile When Their t 'hi Idi en Turn Out Had'.'" Sunday school at !i : la. Class meeting I 'J :!;"). hit ernu iliate and Senior Knworlh Leagues ti :!.">. You arc cordially invhc.l lu all tin. Kervici-s .it' our church. Hurry W. White, pastor. Worship at Hible s.'.hinil '. services 1 1 a. n of Mniirii\ ia. I ism will I, i- .1. desire I i he ha|'l 1/c service. li. \.\'. I'. ' '( )ur Sit in. t i.ur, ; ' ' Kl ill;.'. The chill rll by I T Hiipiis-1 Church: a. in. Pl'eiu'hing Jev. Mr. Howard ml in;.nc.• i I I a|i I I'll .1 til all \\ 111 : at ill.' m.'ni ir.)_' 7 p. m. , i..| i.'. 1. adrr, I '. it. ll.eet.- Ill V ii' those were tho days of pioneers and bravo hearts. There wore nine children born to this oouplo, 'of whom six aro now living. Tho only son now living, Rev, J. H. Davis, is at this time pastor of Kingfiley M. K. Church, Milwaukee, Wis. When she was H2 years old this dear mother again moved, but; this limo it was with a .joyful heart, an Hint was going to live with her two daughters in the sunny land of California. She was not disappointed in | her home hero, but. always loved it. liy this time tho inllrmaticH oi! age had become heavy upon her and she looked forward to her heavenly home. hi her last sickness she gave not olio thought to heiself, whether she would be received in that, heavenly homo. All that, had been fettled long ago. Uut she thought, of her friends with great anviety and urged them to make their calling and election sure with She was a most, hiving and un.Hel- llsh mother. Mrs. A. B. llostettlcr. Mrs. Mary I 1 ). Hustelt ler, wife of Dr. A. I). HoHtettler, for twenty years a resident of Co\ inn, died suddenly last Sunday evening <>!' paralysis of the heart. Two years ago last February she suffered the first, attack of paralysis, which left her almost a helpless invalid. Muring all this lime she hiiti been a patient, uncomplaining sutler er. She leaves a husband, himsrlt' in lYchlc health, and one daughter, Mrs. Margaret. l!oii'|Uel of Lus An^eie-. The funeral services were conduct ed at i he home Tuesday alterimn by Rev. \\'. (i. Conley, pasinr .'I tin; Christian Church, ot wliieh Mrs. liustel I ler had been a nn' t'-r twenty years. The interment was in the Oakdale Cellietel V. Mrn. Ihisteltler \MIS burn hear (ilcni'dc, K.v. , Feb. 11, IS IS. She married Dr. Hnstetller t\veo;y seven yearn ago. Fur seven years I hey lived in Texas, and lemuved fr..m that state to California lueiily \ears II^MI ;inil liH'aled ill Cn\ina, uhele I he V lia\ e resided e\ .'!' Mince. to see how thoroughly v?ell 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 Sliced Cold Ham Sliced Bacon Sliced Dried Beef We havej ust installed a new improved meat slicer and are now in a position to give you the best quality of meats perfectly sliced. Give us a trial order. Brown & Bohri Phone 43 Covina, Cal. (OVINA TRANSFER HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and .Furniture Moving. Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. OHice on Citrus Ave. Covina. Cal. Home Phone 108 , Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Howeil & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. Necessary to Profitable Business What money a man does not need to pay his bills, he should deposit in the Bank, where it will work for him at compound interest. Money is the bat,is for good credit, and credit is necessary to profitable business. There is security and satisfaction of having an account with the Coviua Valley Savings Bank, which carrying your money about the person or concealing it about the home, can never give. Your account is invited. 4 per cent interest paid. • Accounts of Si and up received. Covina IDalley Savings ffiank Covina, California ' Money to Loan on real estate, privilege to pay S100.00 or multiple thereof at any interest paying elate. I buy trust Jeeds, 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. Phone Home 1170 THE NKW IRambler Ucttor than ever. Better than any, regardless of price. We can ''show you." See local u^cnt or VV. B. COWAN k Sat III i!a> ..t I.eaiinu deMi e t .1 I i \ I I. I hU I ' 'I' tile [ I, I lie le«t in;, h \ "I 1 h. •-• I-,'. .Ilie 1,11 III hi I -. > .1 III I'liureli. All \\ h t i /1 • 11 i. 11 > 1111.1 a v at t hi.-> meet lnj.'. i \ i ft t. i !,. I Dr. Das id S. Jordan l:ii(ei tallied. ! 'l. Pa\ id Stall ,l..i .Ian. pri •• . l Man tin .1 I ni\ i i >ll \. u Im a.l ed I he ^1 adilill ill-' I'la--- ..I I I.e -elm. il, \\ it-, eiilel lall.. I ,u » \. -l i i ,l.i\ e\. nr.ij.' liy .M i. and \\'. I J . \\ a! ! .. l Uli'/r ^lle-ts t i. n and M i .-. S. 1'. .leiin I-. >n. A. II. filling and Mi-M Kate ('• Ililler MlS a. I e 1'ri.f. llins. S. lirnadvvay, I.os A^ont for Southern California | Covina French | Hand Laundryj Korrau »v <-'>>., Props. Al.l, XVOK'K Di).\l-; HV HAND'e curtaics, line silks, llaiinoU ami lace ^'oods, our specialty. All work called for and delivered. Satisfaction is ^uaraiiteeil. If YOU j, r ivc us a fair trial YOU will not regret I Financial Representative Wanted. ! i I 1 A '.!•-• Aui;ele- I . 'i'j>. .ra t i. .n pursue , MIL; .in exce.-. i i n.; 1 v s.i te a II. ! pro! i t.i ! >le j liiLsiiie-S-.. di sii'eS .i i epiv>en l.i live i a n L; .1 in! .. lull I S t. . act .1-. 1 1 s . ii-| vesi nt. u iv i in .-ec.iriii^; -'ib-crip- 1 l i >n - Ii •!' i ! s -I. ., !\ . , i.i \ at •;>• at . ne ! i me .'i' i n !.:• . n! h : N | ..i \ r. . <-i : t -. N ' . ' 1 1 i \ v\ 1 1 i 1 1 1 H ra i v'. ' ni in i -> u ' i : - t >L' p.i i . : , 'out Micce>.-.l ill men \vili .-... .11 -.-.•arc • -a ^a ried p> --.Hi. n.-. AiMl e-- . a" c.i :! u;i. 11 i HKNK'Y M. M Hi 'NA1.D, Pr.-s. 1. 1' St v u . . i lliii id i lit; . l.i.s A ny ele- A ai i You Would Never Think that any pair of leather shoes would wear a man steady every day for one, two and even three years, but that's just what has been said many times about Menz-"Ease" Elk Skin Work Shoes We never guarantee that a pair of Menz-"Ease" shoes will give any certain length of service. We don't have to. When you take a Menz-"Ease" shoe in your hand and look it over from heel to toe and from bottom to top it will speak for itself. A Men/!-'"Ease" shoe is made for nothing- else but service and comfort. It's put together like a battleship and its very seldom that we sell a pair that doesn't bring us a recommendation something like this after a few months' service— "Say Mr. Uroadwell, those Men/.-'Kuse' shoes look as if they were never going to wear out." There is only one genuine Elk Skin shoe made and that's a Mcnz-"Ease." You can probably find a. do/.en imitations in this town, but remember—AN IMITATION IS NEVER AS GOOD AS THE GENUINE OR IT WOULDN'T BE CLASSED AS AN IMITATION. The little yellow label and th<- name Menz-"Ease'' on the sole are easy to fuid—put there tor YOl'R protection. Broad well Store Covina, California

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