Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

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W$S«$$$$$S$$$$«$«$*5^$$$$$$S*S$$$«$^ Covina Argus Exploitation Number ; BRING THEM HERE TO SEE! Thousands are coming 1 to California this year. Thousands more than ever before. The world is looking 1 toward California. You know this is a tact you can see indications of it in every periodical, every newspaper that catches your eye. The capital of the East is only waiting for the presidental election to settle conditions, when it will pour into our country as never before in history. TO WHAT LOCALITY WILL IT COME? It will come to our locality to a liberal extent if we advertise the undoubted excellence of the Upper San Gabriel Valley. We want eastern homeseekers to be aware of what-we've got here before they take the train for the Land of the Golden Afternoon. When they arrive in Los Angeles we want them to already have made up their minds to COME AND SEE COVINA. We want them to see the towns of Covina, Irwindale, Walnut Center, Charter Oak, Puente, A/,usa and Glendora and that is all which is necessary. A VISITOR FOR A DAY IS PERHAPS A CITIZEN FOR LIFE. Then let's get together for the Covina Argus Exploitation Number. Make it profuse with new illustrations, honest in its reading matter, wide in its scope, a big paper exploiting a beautiful country. Iluve an article about your ranch or business in this paper. Get into communication with the Argus right awav. j< Covina Argus Exploitation Number *+++++*+++{ PARTNERS FIFTY YEARS. Many Friends and Relatives Present at This Joyous Occasion. Tho following account, of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John lioutmm of Krnpiro Prairie, Mo., Iwrent.H of the w«ll known oonlractor of this city, Mr. .lames Rontinm, 'IN taken from ft rooont inmio of tho King City (Mo. ) Clirnniole. One of tho most [ileammt uncial ovunt-B ever enjoyed tit Empire Pritlrie WHS tlii' Koldon wedding unni- verHiiry of Mr. and Mrs. John lion- hnm on Saturday, Novcmhui 1 '21, 100H. Nature waa fully in tune with the joyoiiH ix!i)iisinn, the golden HiitiHhinu lluodliiK all with lieauty. It WUH a day typical of the livo.s nf this grnnil old (Kiiiiile. To this union nino children, two HODH and Nevun (liuiKh- turn were horn, all heing alive and jiri'Heiil hut tho eld<'st .son, Jiuix.'H, who liv«H in Oovina, California, and was detained by iiiohnuaii and Uonharn tunny more happy yearn, went to their homos. Such occasions OH these brighten the journey of life nix! make nn all feel wejmve inuoh to be grateful for. Sunset Cuts Rate. Commencing December 18th, the Pacific Telephone A Telegraph Company will institute a price of fifteen cents for three minute long distance conversation hy telephone instead of tho present, rate of twonty-Hve cents. Five centH will bo charged for overy additional minute of convei'HHtlon <>i for overy fraction of a minute. Tho Sunset telephone is Installed at the Hotel VcJidume, whore connections will ho made at any timo during the day or night, J. J. Fit/Gerald, Proprietor Hotel Vendomo. Tin' homo waa prettily dcooratod in gold and white, tho odor scheme lu'intf (virrind out in DID dining room hy a wedding hell Hiiapoiuitul the ountiM 1 uf the lulilii from whioh Hiild and white rilihons extended to the corners of a tmllenlierg tienter- pux'u. The (lowers were yi'liow and white chryMinlhumuuiH. Two lirass (Mindlfst ieka one hundred and llfty .vein's old held part of the (Inuerri Attention was almi called to t\vo nail oullui'H, K it'll to Mr. and Mrs. Dun /nun (It ly years ago. A I the noon hour, eighty guests were served to an elahoiati 1 three courtie dinner, which pnued thai the (uiliniiiy art »t filty yours agi> \vim still in evidence \\liile this • lour old couple, their children .and oldest li Sends were still in the dining mum, llerliiit Dunham, (lie .yotuigent b<-n, in a neat little speech |ireseiited the parents with llily did I ill's in gold. (ieu. VanNiitla, on !>«'half »1 the grumlrhildreii, piv- tri-nted the unimU'ttthur with u g'<ld iixaded cane and the grandmolher vvi'h an iiinelliyst and opal st'l ring. J{uil liunlmm, on hehulf of the t'l'irtnis, presenti'd twenty didlai's in gold, and K .!>. Hniihain and family a l/i-au 1 . i I'ul g.ilil cli:cli. Mr. Kllllkel having requested the ln.|n/i ut phol'-guiphing the cuinpanv, caiiii' anil ti iik a pii'lure. i:l tju- lH"dialc l'«:iiilv, ihen ulir > I the t ire C'.IP j an\ . As the evening hum dievv 1.1 nr quests, iillci \»i*hiny Mr. aH'i WANTKD-- Success Magazine requires the services of a man in Covina to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective; position permunent; prefer ono with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary 51.50 per day, with commission option. Address, with references, K. C. Peacock, Room 102, Success Maga/.ine Illdg., New York, KILL.THI COUGH AND CURE THI LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOB C8SJ8 18 ,,«&. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. Howell & Howell @ BREAD £** Light, Sweet !>£) and Wholesome * • t« FKKSH KVKKY DAY AT FOR SALE Five room house and barn, lot 50x175, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. $1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining above, full bearing Washington navels. $850. Four room modern bouse, two porches, bath, cel- ar, electric lights, arge lot 60x175. E. College St. 2500. Five room house and large lot f>0\175, in center of town. $3500. Large lots, 60x175, full bearing navels. $625. Large corner lot <>5xl75, solid to full bearing navels, close to Klectri'c road. Si500. Business lot on Citrus avenue, 55x155 with enclosed yards and sheds, 55xSO, hauling way on either side. *rhe finest site in town for any wholesale business. Close to electric road. Price SbOOO. (iood terms can be had on all the i>n perties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent G. W. MARSH Practical •I • CARRIAGE AND AUTO fainter Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA Johnson & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithino af oil Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave J. W. KLEERER Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Covina, Cat. I Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY If you want tlu- BEST WOKK at the MUST KKASOXA1H.K 1'KH'KS (;ivf us a trial. TWKNTY Y1CAKS' experience has tuiiKht us the CHKAPKST unit 1UCST way to (U> your laiuulry. With tirst-class eiuiiuinent our work anil ourJinethuJs are sanitar;, ami up-to-date. Leave Bundles at McLeod's Restaurant HKOS Cake and Confectionery »,'^ • A iL'ou thruiu-h vallcs daily. Cjv ?' • • CJ I The Safe and Reliable Kuel Plan to Visit YOSEMITE VALLEY This Season It is a Quick, Comfortable Trip Via OSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD An ideal outing 1 in tho Sierras amid the grandeurs of Yosemite. Cost reduced to popular prices. Ample hotel and hoard- iny-cair.p accotnodatioiia. Write for descriptive tolder. For tickets and connections see SOUThERN PACIFIC or SANTA FE H. H. Vincent, Genera! Agent, 533 So. Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CAL

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