SS$^^ Mammoth Channel Gold Mine The Largest Drift Mine in America and the Richest in the World A Limited Nu.rn.ber of Shares Kor Sale 5O cents per Stiare -A- » flAIN OFFICE, ARGUS BLOCK, COVINA Home Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS, Agent Jj$SS$S$$$$$$$$$*«$$«s«S$$*S*$$$$3^ S jyyysysyysyyyyyyyssyy >»wr*w»w»** * j».«feftftftfe<h<M0 FIRST BLOOD FOR DEMOCRATS Dynamite and Denunciation Strike Together. Banner Stolen. Matt'iHon IJ. JoiiciH of LOH Antilles jirovwl hiiNHull' to be mi earneHt, ux- poimrlitr ol' llic DmnocraUr, ilodtrinnH in II'IH Hpeerh before I lie Covlna niidieniHi at the \VomaiiH (Mill) lloiine on Tnc'wlay evening ol' this week. Mr. JOIICH in a very sparsely built man wlio iifl'cotH a c.loso elipped moUHtaohe Ninth a.'< is prolillo in tho Hcnior year uL I (iirvarrl. < >im ol tin* llrHl. tliingH lie did WIIH lo tell a .story iiliniit it liatiliHl. Sunday sehool miper inlendenl, confiding l.o the aiidienee Unit lid was a ItnptisL himself, and from that, time on it, was dilllonlt In disiissoc.ialo liiin from tho atmosphere of tho Sundiiy-sitliool oliiHH, oven \\heii lie used hiicli words an ''monsters," "tho privileged few," and tho "prcdalory rich." This WIIH beeisiiHe, Mr, Junes has not aeipiirud the HonuroiiH up-and down inl'ention of the, oonflrmed politleal orator which wo all know and love so well, but rather clingH to Iho liltlo ways which urn so elleetive with Sunday school classes, perhaps. Had it- not been fur Unit little coiilhieiicc about being a IJaptinl, it would ha\'o been a irille pir/./!ing lo delermino in whii'-h nchool dl nralnry Mi. Junes was reared, but with Mint as an inlro Unction everything was |dain. HOW TO OKATK. Mr. Jones lias learned a low of the rudiments of oratory, the kind <if Alnei iean .stump .speaking which has been laid down for several decades. !lo did not forgel lo tell Iho Covina c.iti/eiiH that this was one of the gi'fiili'bt towns of California's future, although his information about the town was somewhat twisted. He laid emphasis on tin- faei tliat lie wa.s glad to be».i to many Indies pns cut. l.atei on he slated that he iiad a wife and baby waiting '•''' tiim at home. Mr. Junes then priieeeiled uith his e \teiiiporain oils rapid lire lalk, and in a way he is :i:i interest- iuu speaker. This ! lemi.iTiil ic H'-pii ant to a place ai:i"iig the .scat? ..f the mighty at. Wai-hinKt' H, dv><-lt M\ ( i|.,i,r on the ijue>; i'-n of publicity nvanlmg campaign liimU. ll all ipp >iu uls to Uio Republican policy harp HH long mi thin one mib.iect, between now and olool.ion tho country will forgot to contribute and liofh candidates may havo to pay their own curia ro to Uio WhitohoiiNe. Th(,' Kepubl ic.nii platform at Chicago, tut .said, repudiated the Konsovoll, plank ('.idling i lor the printing of a complete, list, of Campaign c.onl.ribnt IOIIH above a cnr- ; lain minimum and restrict ing I,he cont.i'ibnt ion to a curtain maximum, | prohibiting the acceptance of c.on- [trlbutinns from all corporations. I The introdncl ion of this plank, Mr. I iJonoH Hinted, was turn',"! down un' equivocally by Iho platform com- jrnifleo, \vhilo t.ho Democratic 0011- j viiiitioii at Denver adopted the plank j ummimoiiidy. Mr. Taft, be said, | hail .stated in his- speech of aconpt- ; alien that if he \viue olootod hoHhciild advocate I he enaclmeni. of a law of this nature, but, the Democratic speaker poinleil out that this wa.s to be done alter election and not before. Just how Mr. Tat'l, could do othor- ! \vise was not made plain. The speak ! or road several newspaper interviews with heads (.f trusts and corporal ioiiH in which he endeavored to show the kind of men behind Ihe Tuft campaign, Hiuiring Colonel Dupont of the Dupont Powder Company an i chairman of the Republican oom- , mit.tee on campaign speaking, a man whom he said was in litigation with i the I'nited Stales coiuis at Hie pro- Hiint lime for violating the, laws governing truals. Dr. W. Allison <>t Monrovia, Democratic nominee for assembly man from tho sixty eighth assembly district, was the first sneaker of the evening, and made a forceful address ehnraeiorisi io of this stalwart six- looter. Among the points which ho made was dial he was going to be Irugal in his promises regarding his work in the assembly should he hu elected. He said that not only would he "stand by" the citrus i«i fcres-ls in the assembly, but he would tee thai hoinothhig was done, liofh speakers received a fair amount of applause, but everything considered, the rally was extremely l.ime, although the hall was well filled. If this rally is any indicu Uun t-t '-!.(• Coining campaign, there will In- lutlc enthusiasm awakened for the Fall v lew Indiana helpmeet. The explosion • •! before tin' opening the whole town wondering the iniitU I 111 I hi.- quiet \ i ll was took this first peacc-cliHtnrber of tho campaign with resignation. Covina'H old Democratic: wheel- horse, J. W. Cartor, acted an chairman and tho atago was oocunied by a number of tho members of tho Covina Brynii-Kern club. A little .siclo-light of pathos in connection with tho affair \vas tho lament cast up by K. U. Smith that, tho rnagniM- cent- .strc'ot banner which has hitherto been seen in tho bi'de/e across (.Mtrus avoiiui! has been .stolen, completely stolen and lost forever from Hight.. This banner was to have waved high above thy fit mot until tho day of election, and now to think that anyone could fall so low as to steal a Democratic banner! Sovoral automobile loads of Demo- orals wero over from Monrovia, and a corporal's guard brought over tho Hilkon banner from A'/.utm. Summer Uxcurslon Rates. Summer excursion rates to 1'acitic Coa.st \vill be made from Eastern territory for coming season. Hasis will be one fare rate of sixly dolhus from Missouri K'iver; sixty-suven from St. Louis; seventy-lwo fifty from Chicago June first to September thirtieth. Tickets at same rates will be sold for usual K.istbound excursions f^om Pacific (.'oa-,1. Kor S'do One good oookinu stove, almost new. One ('oncord top buggy in good condition. I' 1 . J. Stimson, Phone :i'JT5, Walnut Center. BARBERS AND SHAVERS ATTENTION Shaving a delight. I'se i! Sunset Dry Hone. Four strokes before each shave .til thai necessary lo insure perfect shave. Mailed to any address on receipt of price regular size rl.oo; large si.:e •j2 nil. Agents wanted. J. T. lit'owe. Manufacturers' Agent, . r <C Delta Hldg. , LJS Angeles, California. •A l.at t III WALL PAPER BARGAINS I liood \V.ill and Ceiling papers one j cut .1 roll, choice of twenty good p;tl- | l'MIS. j Fine tiilt papers .^c a roll, worth 2Oc. i Ingr.un-, !v':i\s Silk an! N'.irnished Tiles. Finest st\i;'s in Tapotry papers. ; < Mr i;oo t !-, ar<' a:l new .via! lir>t c!.:>^. T:u- Hi.-st P.if.err.s > i the !U--,t Mar 1\ i • \ ^. Free sair.ple !• '• Ks lo I'Vi-ry body. XF.\V VoKK -VAI.I. PA1M.K CO. C-.r. Tiiiti: a;u! Ma;n >'.s.. Pi'.one !•'jl-V I Los Ai:i.i''.es IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF EOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. NOTICK TO CKRniTOKS. Estate of Gilbert I). Davis, deceased. Xotice is hereby given by Ihe undersigned executor of Ihe estate of (iil- bort D. Davis, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the deceased to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publi- calion of this notice to the said executor of the above uani'xl estate, at the law office of A. M. Pence, rooms 7 and K, Reed Huilding, Covina, county of Los Angeles, state of California, which place is liereby designated as the place of business of said eslale. Dated this fifteenth day of August, 1908. AI'.XER ALFRED DAVIS, \V. M. GKISVVOLD, Executors of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCE, attorney for said estate. J. R. Conlee Realty Co. Successors to Bradshaw Bros., 238 Bradbury B'ldg-. MONEY TO LOAN from private parties at a low rate of interest. City and cor.inlry property for sale. Business intrusted to us will be g-iven prompt attention. 7-21 Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing sf all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave IX THE SUPERIOR c:oiTRT, IN AND KOR THE COUNTY OF EOS ANGELES, STATE OK CALIFORNIA. NOTICK 10 C:KKIIITOKS. Estate of A. B. Hosteller, deceased. Xotiee is liereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of A. B. Hosteller, deceased, to creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the publication of this notice to said administrator of above named estate, at the law office of A. M. Pence, rooms 7 and 8, Reed building, Covina, county of Los Angeles, State of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of said estate. Dated this fifteenth clay of August, I'M IS. \V. S. HOSTETLER, Administrator of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCE and JONES A DRAKE, attorneys for said administrator. J. W. Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cal. Notice To Creditors. IX In THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IX AND FoR THE COl'XTY OF LOS ANGELES. the matter of the estate of Mary E. Hosteller, deceased. Xotice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the estate of Mary E. Hosteller,'deceased, to the creditors of and all .persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten month after Ihe tirst publication of this notice to Ihe said execu- l"r. to-wit: Homer L. Hosteller, at ; loom .^.- Wi'.cox Hldg. southeast cor- ! iu'1' of Second and Spring Streets, | herons designated as the place for the 1 ir.insaciioii of the business of the >.;iii estate in tile County of I..,s An- '.-e'.es. State of California. D.i tcil t::is '/til day of July, A. I)., ri:CV for Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Comfortable Trip Via YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An ideal outing' in the Sierras amid the grandeurs of Yosera- ite. Cost reduced to popular prices. Ample hotel and boarding-camp accomodations. Write fur descriptive folder. Fur tickets and connections see SOUTHERN PACIFIC or SANTA FE or address H. H. Vincent, General Agent, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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