Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 20, 1909 · Page 3
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 3

Covina, California
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Saturday, March 20, 1909
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"RECALLING" THE DEVIL The Pr Evangelists Martin and Hoggatt at Work Dethroning Satan at Covina Christian Church as seen by Artist Neil. Great Interest Manifested. The second week of the revival meetings nt tbe Christian.Chnrob baa been marked by a deep and increasing interest on the part of the large audiences in atteudauce. There bna been a constant growth Denounces Divorce. Rev. F. G. Cressey, speaking Sunday (it tLe East Los Angles Baptist 'Church, insisted that radical tueuH- ures must ho taken to check tho di- j vorce evil in America. ] "Nothing*" he said, "is more im- DEiPARTHENT STORE FINF.D SHORT MEASURE. FOR chorus led all hearts are stirred in the great Hoggatt, and by the music. Dr. Martin has \vou the hearts of liia hearers, who account him an able and eloquent expounder of the Christian faith. The Emmanuel clinic crowded on Tuesday and Thursday, and it is bringing substantial help to many. It is a «reat privilege for the peepte nf Covina to be brought iu touch with an evangelist so full of in'piratiou and heip for all. Dr. Martin announces the following subjects for the third week: • Mondny, Mar. 22--Hell. Tuesday—Love's Triumph. Wednesday — What is Baptism? Thursday—Hiding Prom God. Friday-—Lecture, Second Coming of Christ and the End of the World, Admission lOo. Saturday Satan's Devices. Sunday, Mar. 28—11 a.m., Care— ]t's Cause and Cure; .'J p.m., lecture, •women only; subject, Who in Who? 1 :30 p. m., "The Divinity of Christ. Monday, Mar. 2!) — Personal Magnetism. by Prof, portant; for tho welfare of the nation than the protection and purification of its home love. With more than two million persons divorced in twenty-duo years, more thnn in all the rest of the Christian world, and with an increasing divorce rate now three times as great as that of thirty years ago, the United States is in urgent need of radical reform. "Los Angeles county ia one nf the worst offenders, the number of cases iu a single year being oue-1'ourth that of the marriages." Mr. Cressey commended the divorce law of New York, which grants a decree only upon scriptural ground. Place your spare cash in tho Covimi Valley Savings Bank, a sal'o investment at 4 per cent. White Wyandotto pgga for sotting. Phono DOG-J. tf Good News for Ranchers. Mountain climbers report that there is enough snow banked in tho deep canyons on the nortben. slopes of tho mountains to furnish a good supply of water all through tho .summer, even if we get no more rain. KOTICK OF HEAKINd PETITION FOK THE VACATION AND ABANDONMENT OF OKANOK AVENUE AND AN ALLEY IN COVINA VILLA TRACT, COVINA ROAD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. I In the Superior Court, of the Countj of Orange, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Eflle V Shaffer, as administratrix of tho estate of Jacob T. Shaffer, deceased, will, nn dor and as directed by an order of tin Superior Court of Orango County, ii the State of California, made and out. ered on the 5th day of February, 1'.)()!) in the matter of tho state; of said Jacol T. Shaffer, deceased, soil, at. private Kale, to the highest bidder, for cash live per cent, thereof to be paid at tho time the bid:; are presented and the balance to be paid upon the continuation of the sale, all the right, title and interest of said estate In and lo the following described real estate, being the property of tho estate of said Jacol) T. Shaffer, deceased, to-wit : The North Kasl quart CM' of tin; South West (|iiarler of the South East quarter of Section 0, in Township I, South, Range 1) West, S. I!. M., In the UanHio Prominent Broadway Concern Pays $20 for False Advertising. Another of a big man not got- ;ing his name in tho paper when a :lno was imposed has come to our knowledge. A prominent managi.u and owner of u large department store on Broadway advertised Peroxide ot Hydrogen for ten cents per one-fourth pint. It was a special sale for a day or so; but the druggists were wise and bought some of the goods and took the sample to tho city sealer of weights and measures, or to the district attorney's ofllce and made a complaint. Tho regular price of these goods is about 20o per one-fourth pint, therefore tho adver- tiEed price was about half what it regularly sold for. When tho fluid was measured it showed just cno- eightb pint in place of one-fourth, or tho game a« any drug storo was soiling it for. A (li;o of 8-0 wa.s imposed. JUST RECEIVED A ne\v and up-to-date supply of Cards and Folders for your photos. S] ccia 1 prices during' September. C. W. Tucker's Studio KODAKS AND SIIIMM ,1 F,S Cos'iun, C'al. COVINA LOS AXUKLKS, STATE OF CAL- Addition to San ,Ioae, In the County of] ' Los Angeles, Slate of California, at; perl IFOKNIA. Notice is hereby given that a petition, signed by J. B. Coulston and fifteen others, praying 1 for the vacation and abandonment of Orange avenue and an alley in Covina Road District, County of Los Angeles, State of California, has been filed with the Board of Supervisors of Los 'Angeles County, California, and that said pe-. tttion will be heard by said board, at j office addn its office in the County Courthouse, i Santa Ana, City of Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, April d, l''oO, at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day. The .street and alley bought to be vacated are described as follow:>: Orange Avenue running from the south line of HadiUo s-trett south to tile north line of Dexter street, said Dexter street having b:-i.-u vacated by order of the Hoard of Supervisor.-, April 17th. I'-^S, Tin- alley running fr-in the cast line of llaranca »tr.-ct ea;»t to the east line of Lots 4 ami ii in Hlo.'rt "A" and from the easterly line of said;j line to o in 111' ck "l!,' 1 bein line of ''ranfi View t he easterly Ii ne "t (i ra n elist to the easterly line FINK SIIOK KKPAIKIN*; - \ ' r ~ • • i \ j KKASOXAHIvK 1'RICKS Citrus Avenui: maji of the Kubdlvision ol' the Hancho Addition to San .Jone and pirt of Rancho San, recorded in Hook 22, pages 21 and 22, Miscellaneous Heeords of said county. Such sale; will be made on or after the 15th day of Mnrch, 1 !«:!<, and bids for the same will be received by the undersigned administratrix ;u her post .-is, II. F. I). Honie Xo. .', California, or at i h" olllec of F. O. Daniel, her attorney, Kooms '1-f; the Kirs' National Hank Hid. eiiy of Santa Ana, California, hid must be i'i writing and be paiiied by c'i.-h ;ir a t:bee|.; 'ceii a responsible Irmk, or a order, for live per cent Home Bakery •tor-, Steven-, I'.rotiiern, I^'r Bread, Cakes, Pies, Tarts, Biscuits ASSOKTKD C Doughnuts in the Kach ! iceone | :ed by ' olliee of Daily deliveries in Covina and i:inity in our ne'.v wagon. CITKI.'S A VIv, C'.A'IXA We know many times our customers fool just a little farther on ;-'oods are iheap- cr and better. ITntnaii tialnre i-; just ahottt tho same. Most nictvhatits tliinl; tho other town is a little l»ct.ter tradin:.'; point. The end ol ilte rainhow is just a liHle farther on. We have had considerable ^'xperieiiee in many towns ;ntd have made some money very quick and lost it pricker. Towns and people are about the same and so are the. price of floods. In far away Alaska and New York things are not much, different. Cheaper in fact, far off. than near, considering 1 distance. As a rule merchants are honest.. Few acquire wealth and most of them try to do the square tiling. Thev have their failings and very many trials, They try to treat their customers with courtesy, to listen to complaints and adjust them fairly, to improve their stores and make them a credit to their city. This much we owe to you. What do you owe to us? Our government recognised years ago the henelils that accrue to us from protection and for your bcnelit they have placed a heavy duty to protect local industries. We do not ask any protection. Nor do we ask y,mr business unless our prices a:.d qualities are right. Save Your ifcet Save Your dollars Here's a hidt'.e for that sore,t ired, cramped, tender foot here's a shoe th at refreshes, soothes, ease.s and cures that burning, p i u c h i n g, weary feeling. Don't let your feel continue lo suffer, and don't pay fancy prices to relieve the suf- ACORN CLOTIIBS Leopold, Solomon ;itiil F.lseiidrath Chicago. The New 5uits For the you n {if man who appreciates a saving of $5 or $10 on his spring' suit we. offer some of the handsomest suits shown by the best clothiers. The city stores show of course larger assortments; still you may find here exactly what you need and the saving in price will buy you some luxury you had thought to do without. Grover's Comfort !:kistic Gore Shoe A shoe that Cits like your own foot, print, because it is made with the right pat terns and last-, by expert -workmen. Made of line, plump vici with elastic goring guaranteed to we;,r as long as the. upper, and has a hand turned Hcxible soli. Has no laees or buttons lo bother about a sensible shoe, all the yvav through $2.00 The .). .1. (It-over Comfort Klaslie (lore Shoe has been pleasing women for sixty-six years. Since 1H43 they have set the pace for style, comfort and wear. They have mastered the art of hide selection and making, and we are now giing you an opportunity to profit by their sixty-six years experience. We carry a full line of styles, in business, street, dress, school and work shoes. ICvery purchaser of 1.5ROA DWKJJ/S shoes means a steady customer. Hosiery Six Pairs Fownes Gloves Fosvnes liros. ev. (?o., glovers, of l,oii- don, Knglatid, arc known wherever good gloves an- worn. Their splendid !ittiii|.>; (jiiaiitics ;ind uncpuallcd wear, recommend them to every man and woman who appreciate qualit y. Underskirts Healhcrbloom and silk underskirts. A new shipment is enrotite and some surprising values for carelnl buyers. New Wai.sts While the l,c-,t authorities agree that short sleeves will conic into their own a liltle later, our newest waists arc all long sleeves. Kxeeptionai values. Style, in net silk and lingerie. Every Wanted Shade in Silk, Silk-lisle and Cotton iiarantee o ,e loo. We do not handle seconds. We oiler the new silk-lisle hose at .SOc and pure silk at SI.2->. the bid, upon th the Kale is ln;nl'- an bidder, and. it not, >o him upon lie- < sale i o any on ln:;de .sulijer; to lh' eoui I, and sa id land jeer, to ;i afiej coiili I'ni'i i ion iiicl • if continued 10 ;-;aid '.'.ill he relumed itii nifiiion of Howell & Howell BREAD 5wcet and Wholesome H £4 w/ Cake and Confectionery ! m pro ve men ts i i^ S hoes While it h:; -. seemed that every year shoe man iif ai t tu'er , had n ,e tied the Innil in improvement--,, tln> .piin^ lind-, many ric'.v thiiu/s. The Tred Sliat. la ,1 .. (!h i onie -,o!e iea t lief, •,•. h i Ii : t. i , , ! a i m- New Silks Me',,alines, full 27 imhes v/ide, heavy quality, splendid values at 'SI. I .>. White (ioods \'',',- I, i ! '.Mie a i ,i r'e I u • e •• a mi na I ion ol I !ie v a I ties •,ye olt. l in . N.'.n. ""',•• ., and I.oiij; I loth will i«.mp,iie 1" .''; ,i 1/1 v v/i: h tho.e i,| any linn, The BROADWEL a I ulle .tin e ill.i y \n- 1.1! pi n .• dl another. Store COVINA

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