Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 19, 1908 · Page 6
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Mammoth Channel Gold Mine The Largest Drift Mine in America and the Richest in the World A. Limited Number of Shares F\)r Sale 5O cents per Stiare HAI1N OFFICE, ARGUS BLOCK, COVINA Home Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS, Agent r Influential Citizens Interested In the Christian-Athletic Club. After enrnoHt work on tho pnrfc of Komu of Cuvhtii'fl moot influential oil.i7.uiiH, thi) Coviim ClirlHtiau Culture, and Athlotio Club IIIIH hcon ol'Kiini/od iindui' tho hunt oonditiollH for itw Inluro HUCCI>NH. Al.it mentitiK lirld in tho Sunders building mi Monday nv<Milii(j!, I'rol'. A, 11. Collins of tho hi^h school WHS (tluiHi'ii president ill' tlin (tluh mid iilutirmnn of tho hoard of diroiiturH; i). lj. Mntl.howH, HecrnlJiry of (.hi) lioard; VV. M. (iris wold, fa.Hhior of tho I'Mi'Hl, NaUoiml Hank, iroiiHiirer; ,1. (). lliuinor, viue- jirfHidcnt; hoard of direol.nrn: J. L. MiitthowH, one .year; (i. N. Atwood, oim your; A. II. Cullin.H and O. \V. Potter, two yoiirn; ,J. (). Huusor, throo .VOUCH. Tlii-Ho Huntloineii worn {iruHont at thi) mooting arid will tnlio up tho queHtion of ooiiHtitntiori and liy-lawH at a latur dnto. The uluh will securo Hiiitahlo i|uarterH iinini'diaUily and will hd|{iii niHivo work of Himno- JUK tho nr^itni'/atinn. It IH tint purpose of HID dull to ullllinln with tho Youn^ Men's ChriHtitin AHMooiiition IIH HOON a« o.\- Iitidient. (Mm of thi) tlrst things to hi< coiiHiderod IH that of a K'''O ooii- c,»rt and unlertuiuiiHMil, which will ho taki'ii up hy I he mimic eoiniuHtoo ap (minted, ouiiHiHlluH ot Henry L. Mar- Khali, chairman; K. A. lluwland, J. M. f-ituntou and Oni Kinvt. Thw Illume" I'oiiiinitlcn i'oiiHirtts of \\'. M. (iriswold, ehairtiuui; K. O. 1'idlard and I''.. 1'. Warner. I.eolure anil entertainment cuinui il I no ; Hov. \V, (i. Coiiley, chaii man; A. Mo.Mien, ,1. A. Knch, (ieoine \V. Ilnrtii'y. Social committee: Key. I', (i. Htcv ens, chairman; lienr^n Covert, Chiisn l-airly, \V. \V. Nash, K. A. Welch. .Membership committee: ('liar I en SteveiiH, chairman; .1. \V. Heiudsley, William llooneml.vk, •'• K. Mankii' v> ic/, I' 1 . I 1 . llnnsei, llicnlilplete. Physical department commit lee : (>. <'. Lottie, chairman; Kd Sprotle, Ur. ,1. C. (iuiididl. \\ ilh these ollhter.s an I commit tct-H thi) success of Ihu new club is assiir ed and steps will lie taken imme diately tu become active ill the com muiiily in iis belu.it. \Vi diit-sday, Sept. 'j:t, is the hint day tor re^isttai i>,n. It jmi an- n»t le^islered by lhat diile >oii calillol voli: at the I .itheouiiiiH I't evidential election. Progress Is Progressive. Meesrs. Stevens & Biohiirdson, editors tinrl publishers of tho Pomona ProgrcHH, aro to bo oon^rtitulut- tid un the ciitcrpt'ioo nhowu in iHauiim tho "Pomona Dny" Hpcoial number nf Uinir paper, Tho I'rogieHH, under the dnto of September nth, is one of the bcHt exi'inplillc.iitioiiH of modern pros.HWiirlc I hut IIIIN ever coirio out of that, hust.ling town. Thirty-two pages of illustrated news, written intelligently mid in ti rcaduble mau- ner, JH the result of thiH oll'nrt. The Daily Progress IIIIH recently in.stulled a Duplex press, which in the future will facilitate tho issuance to a cun- j Hiderahle exlenl. A town Is known I by tho newspaper it keopH, and for i this reiiHon I'umona is getting pro- advortising. Pertlli/ei Causes Suit. Klmer C. Mutter won a civil Htiit in tho local court before Justine Marshall thin week, brought hy him against CharlcH 10. Paige, an owner nf a ton Hero ranch in Covina, in which a carload of fortili/or wan the bone of contention (not. ground bone, hut Home other variety). Mr. 1'aigo demurred against, paying n balatutu of $'21(i. !Mi on the enntdgnnioiit, which Motter claimed WIIH due, and Motter Hiied fur the amount. K.xpcrt tustimoiiy hy local ranchers was introduced, an well an a do/en other witnesses for plaintiff and defendant. Judgment was rendered Motter in (he full amount with exoneration from rosin of court. A. M. 1'eneti repre sented Mutter and Attorney (ieoigo 1-. Sanders appeared for Mr. Paige. The defendant has intimated (lint ho u i II appeal t he caso. Hitnncrs Will Stream. The Covina Taft Republican (Mill) held a profitable meeting on Tuesday evening and laid plans carefully tor the local campaign. (Inn of the mailers decided upon was that of n . thorough and consistent course of advertising hciiellcinl to the cause i in this locality. The club will phico big Tat'l Sherman banners in the streets, and committees have been ap pointed to \\alcli out for the eeveial' branches of the campaik'n, including I hi' secviring ot spi>akers ol natioiutl. 'reputalion. Thi! Kepiiblicaiis, from ulI iudiciit ions are i,> wage a hot Ciim . (iaign, and ('o\ina uill nui It- lack i ing in loyalty tu tlu> c.ni^e of lh<-' ! (irand » )ld 1'urly. Bryan Writes Aged Democrat. The Epbrntn (Peuti.) Reporter has article in n recent issue relat- to the honors tendered Mr. Jere Mohler of that town, who recently passed tho ninetieth milestone in )iis long lifo journey. Mr. M oh lor is a cousin of Mrs. Hannah Overholl/er of Covina. Tho article) speaks at, length of the picnic; held in his honor in a grovf) near tho town, which was attended by hundreds of follow Democrats with whom Mr, Molhor had been acl.ivo and prominent in the past. Bands and parados wore foaluresof tho celebration and the wholu borough turned out to do the aged Democrat homage. Mr. Mohler was for some years postmaster of Kp- hrata under Domooratio presidents, and is today tin; UomooraUo no- miriep for county auditor, tho choice of tho Domooratio direct primaries hold in tlie early npring. A pleasant foatuio of the occasion wnfi the receipt of a personal letter hy Mr. Mohler from William J. Hryan, congratulating him on his long life and his staunch political principled. Tent Meetings. Tho vacant lot at the corner of l!u- dillo street and Citrus avenue has hlossotned forth most abundantly into tent meetings thin year. Never before has there been such a crop of tent, meetings. There is jiint one thing to he said of the gospel campers who come hero they are welcome to huh) meetings ad libitum so long an they do not disturb the peace of tho community. A gospel tent meeting that draws the young ti:en otf the street and out of idleness for an evening sh< uld be encouraged, tin- it is as harmless as a moving picture .show, and the greater portion ot the itinerant gospel campers maintain a fair standard of moralitv them elvc:-. Fractured Hones of Ann. Whilo playint' with a number of other boys in the yard of Lower A/u.sa school on Cypress avenue Wednesday morning, K«y Harris, turn of !•!. K. Harris ot Inv itidalr, sutfered the injury of a broken arm. The boy's arm was badly fractured both bones being brolu-n. Dr. Jennings) was Mimmuiii',1. It i,s thought that the injury was due 'to cai eb-ssiieas or rough [day on the | art of the boy's jdaymaltH, ulihi'iiuh the father has riot implii ated any 1 , vs in the acci dent. The It v ii tuit ti-n \rai.i old. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. NOTICK TO CKEOITOKS. Estate of Gilbert D. Davis, deceased, Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the estate of Gilbert I). Davis, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having 1 claims against the deceased to exhibit the same with the necessary- vouchers within ten months after the lir.st publication of this notice to the said executor of the above named estate, at the law oftlce 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 day of August, 1'JOvS. AHNKR ALFRED DAVIS, \V. M. GKIS\VOLD, Executors of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCPJ, attorney for said estate. J. R. Conlcc Realty Co. Successsors to Bradshaw Bros., 238 Bradbury Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN from private parties at a low rate of interest City and country property for sale. Business intrusted to us will be /-riven promptattcnti.n. 7-21 Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave IN THE Sl.'PKRIoK COURT, IN: AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. NOTICK 1O CKHDITOKS. Estate o) A. 13. Hosteller, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of A. H. 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 budding-, Covina, county of Los Angeles, State of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of said estate. Dated this, fifteenth day of August, ' iso.x, \V. S. IIOSTETLER, Administrator of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCE and JONES v* DRAKE, attorneys for said administrator. Notice To Creditors. IX THE SUPERIOR COURT t >F THE STATE OK CALIFORNIA IX AND FOR THE COUNTY OF l.OS ANGELES. In the matter of the estate of Mary E lh .itf'lor , deceased. Notice i> hereby ^iveu by the undersigned executor of the estate of Mary E. Hosteller, deceased, to the creditors of, and all 'persons having claims ag.unst the s.iiil deceased, to exhibit the same wt< h the necessary voucher-,. within ten in,»nth after the tir.st puhli- oatiou of this notice to the said executor. t"-wit. H-'iiuT !.. Hosietler. at room .',J-- \\'i.C"\ lUdg. rv'ittheast cor- uei of Second and Spring Streets, hereby iteaignated ds the place for the ti'-.iiisacliou of the business *>t the -;;iil estate in the i'ountv ut Lo--> Au- m'K-s. State of I'aiifornia. Datevl thi- l.Uli u.i> of July. A. D.. J. \A7. Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cal. H. •tuer L. Sanders A'u rney for E\- j 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 Yosetn- ite. Cost reduced to popular prices. Ample hotel and hoarding-camp accotnodations. Write for descriptive folder. For 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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