Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 3, 1908 · Page 6
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 6

Covina, California
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Saturday, October 3, 1908
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M$$$sss$$$s$$ss$s^s$$$$sss$s$sss$s$ss$»$$s$$$^»$s»s^^ *«$«*$$$*$ Mammoth Channel Gold Mine The Largest Drift Mine in America and the Richest in the World A Limited Number of Shares Kor Sale 5O cents per Share HAIN OFFICE, ARGUS BLOCK, COVINA Home Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS, Agent SCENIC ROUTE ENJOYABLE Citrus Men Arrive in Kansas City After Pleasant Journey. Telegrams arriviiiK daily in .several liomen in Covina, kont, Urn an.xionn diiOH \\cll informed IIH to tlic progresn of the California Fruit, (Jrnwor.H 1 K.\- Kpooial, which arrival in City at ll.fil) a.m. Monday morning, after a very onjoyalilu trip. <i. N. At wood Haj'H that, the journey •wan wit limit, mi.shap. The convention opened mi Sepl.wnher 'J!Hh, continii- ii\U for three iluj'H. A tu 11 report, of (ho convention in hein^ prepared fur 1h« Argils I'.V Covina i eprtsseiitat ive.s nt (hi 1 convent ion. The special train li't'L the Aii'iido Hlalion via tin; Sonthi'in I'acillc cnaHt line, In San .lose, Nilisn, and the ( Ink- land pier. Across the Lay to the, bt.reet. ferry .station, they were met, hy a Hinl>tnee,inn ohwrva- tion car which nave them two hours mid nne half of HceinK San Ki anoiaco, which wan dHpeoially iMijuyed an many hud nut Hcen the K'' (| at metropolis nf the north since itn reeoiiHtrnution. At Tincktie, Nevada, a npecl,il narrow-Kan^e. train took tin 1 puny to hako Tahoti, where a oplendid trout liruakfa.-*! was ei. joyed at. the, Tahoti tHVern, atlei which tho parly pro reedeil to Kh n 1 ist»n, and inspected the paper mills, which are limning nielli ami day this ticasnn of iheyear. The inemhers nf the parly were well t'lilei tallied in Salt Lake City. ( >I:H of t he comf> I I.H .if the 1 1 i|. was I lie Jxivursido; Lou IS.rnridlge, Riverside; Ii, P. Burton, Loe. An- Kdlea; (Joo. CriKft, Kivcrside; A. P. Call, J'Jivcraido; Mr. and Mrs. (Joo. II. Cutter, Sacramento; K. L. Dan- iols, LindHay; I 1 . C. Daniels, Los Anuek'H; (/. .M. Diivi.s, HodlandH; ,J. l'i. Drum, San DiimiH; Mr. and MTH. K. M. Dnnliar, Jiiver.side; J lurry Dntllll, Los Auxins; Mr. and Mrs. .). S. KdwurdH, Kedlands; !•'. VV . Kllioll,, Los AiiHt'les; Mr. and MrH. A. I!. KvaiiH, Covsiui; C. U. J'\ird, Ontario; A. J). KniHor, LOH ADK«|OH; Los An^nleH; Mi'H. J. D. (IravcH, San JOHO; Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Jlamill, Seattle; A. T. Hamilton, Uplands; W. C. Jlendricks, A/.II.HII; H. Jl. llille, Kei'iiando ; Wm. ndyk, ('ovinii; Hull', ('•• iv ina; Mr. Mr. C. K. HH.SC, Kivei-Hide; A. and Mr.s. and Mrs. T. Jack- siin, Los Miversido ; Ki'lew; T. C. Kiindall, LOH A A/usa;K \V. L. Liudley, A-/.UHII; J. A. .Iiihn, Jr., Frank Jamea, Los An- Corona; A. (1. D. C. KiiiKi Wliittier; ,). I 1 '. A. Little, n Car, with laivi 1 .-ei \ nl i. ii pla: t<ii m kiil,; c. ntp.'ii t menl <Miih dhservall ladie-.' p.irli'i 1 . • •' ^elit lumen '.s .sm and Itnll'el. Aniuii^; the Ii visiled ei.i'Uile \MTI- K diles lint Sprinn-s, Del Monte, J »n, San Krani'irii 1 .), TrncUe;' Lake Tuhoe, O^den, Salt l.aki I'ily, Wcher Ciinynn, I'lah, Continental'; KivorHide; A. C. MeKevitt, Santa Paula; Mr. and Mrs. ,]. L. Merrill, LOH Angeles; Ii. Miller, liwindalc; II. I 1 !. Montague, LOH Angeles; M. Morgan, Corona; K. T. Nelson, U|i- lands; Mr. ami Mrs. H. K. Plate, San; Minn Plato, San .lose; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Powell, (ilendora; ,1. A. Keid., LOH Angeles; Mr. and Mr.s. A. T. KuyntddH, Siu'ramonto; I' 1 . II. Koherta, Corona; Chan, Kohin- HIIII, A/IIHII; W. 11. l{;)hinson, Kivur- .siihi; C. K. Kmniioy, Kiveraide; \V. I', h'ns.sell, Kivorsiile; Dr. and Mrs. Keed, Covina; \\'. 11. Si'hnreinan, North 1'umoiia; A. vina ; \V. M. Smart, Smith, LIIM An^ides 1'oilel ville ; (I. II. mi.n^n; K. I," Simy i K. Sli-cit-ht, Ki\ eisi M. Set ley, Co- Orange; S. K. W. K. Sprott, Stanton, Ctii'a FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near j^ood towns. Plenty of water can bo obtained. This land comprises some of the best in the vallev and \\ill be subdivided into small tracts to suit purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent I'iirus Avenue Covina, Cal. 'J. R. Conlee Realty Co. Successors to Brailshaw 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 he piven prompt attenti-ii. 7-21 Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af oil Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave J. \A7. KEEKER Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cal. J ', Li,; Ml-, A. \V. il and int.Mi-Minn ! „,,,( .M,.,. < \'an Wntilf. 1J. A. Msi ondi iidl. id, l'a-,0 San anil -j, u>y ' Kinks Out. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY It you \\ant the HKST U'oK'K at the Mi 1ST KK ASi »X A 1H.F, 1'K.U'KS i;ivc us a trial TWKXTV \ lv\KS' oxperii-nco ha a taught u-^ the CHKAPKST and HKST way t>, ill. yotir laundry. With tir-,t-ol.i.i» •.•>['..ipau'iit niir \vvrl\ and •.•nr m-.'thods arc Divide, Wyoming, Demrr. F.nt Kiley and 'IVp. ka. This tii|.t..Kui. 1 . . ...... , .. teas City coini.n.siiM in all 2, -1.1:2 miles. Tlie pilgrims- will reluin hy se|iai ato i-Diilu.s. Thuir-i! on In, aid ihe train W( . ri . : C. D. Adam., rpland^; M. C. Al icn, li-.iiiia , ( •. .N. Al w > «..!, C,.\ ina . 1-'. \V. l'i rilitnd: .!. A. IK-altie, ('plan i.,, A. T Hl.un, Dnaile; K. K. JJlauki ;,.-!, ii , ( ;ii-i.d. i u , K. iiilii j "I have n.-,.-d Dr. Kinu'> N^« !>' i!U l-r nidiiy y.-ar.-. with im-. i s,iti-,t,u'U..:i. 1 lu-> t;iivO tin- Kiii _ i( , M ,,, llai . h| livi ., iUlli t) ,,, N c u, ^ !| U ,.., , jr f riciii-n ." -,.iv. N. U. lir '. 1'itt^tield, \'t. ' 'Sa;^ i,t " 1 h.i i !•'. - d i- ivaUe I .11 1 vinonn*. (ifla Na.-l. '.- .1 1 <:^ •••(<. \ i-, . ; .-c Leave Bundles at McLeod's Restaurant I.oRUKKK BKOrf G A S The Safe and Reliable Fuel Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Comfortable Trip Vsa YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An ideal outing in the Siorr;-.- a:::-<; I!K- ^ranileur^ c.: ^ ir>.'. l.'ost rviincod to popular price-. Anip'.c In '»«•'. ar.ii i accotnodation^. \Vrite lur descriptive iuluer. For tickets and connections st-e SOUTHERN PACIFIC or SANTA FE H. H. Vincent, Genera! Agent, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL

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