Arcadia Tribune from Arcadia, California on July 20, 1918 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 T H E A R C A D I A J O U R N A L Arcadia Trucking Co. CORPE BROS., Proprietors. General trucking of every kind. Trips to LOB Angeles, hauling potatoeu, household goods, merchandise -anything ·which nan to be moved Phone -- Arcadia 57 or 31J. Corpe Brothers Goods Called for and Delivered Phone Black 193 P. E. TIME TABLE Leave Arcadia A. M. G:39 8:10 6:08 8 : 4 0 G . - f " 9:10 7:05 10:10 7:40 11:10 P. M. 12:10 C:31 1:10 d:01 2.20 G.37 »:00 7-14 3.30 8.22 4:01 9:52 4:28 11.17 5-03 Livnve I,o« AiiKele* A. M. 4:00 8:00 5:30 9:00 0:30 10:00 7:00 11:00 7:30 11:09 P. M. 1:00 5 : 4 5 , 2:00 S : 2 0 3:15 7 : 4 0 4:00 9:30 4 - 2 6 11:10 4:50 12:05 5:15 J Page FOR SUPERVISOR FIRST SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICF CITY CLEANING WORKS Open Under New Management G. E. COLBY, Proprietor Ladle* Work Given Special Attention Alterations and Repairing a Specialty Ostrich Plumes Cleaned and Curled 501 S. Myrtle Avenue Monrovia, Cal. Monrovia Messcngei*--printery. MRS. M. M. TICE TREATMENT PARLORS The Came Method Shampoo, Manicuring Facial Maesage 416 13. White Oak, Monrovia, Cat. LOOSE ALFALFA HAY for sale, $18 ton, on the ground- Call Arcadia 21. IIIK THIRTY-ONE YEARS This institution has been conducting- a high-grade commercial banking business in the City of Monrovia. During all this period it has not found it necessary to change management. Throughout all this time it has kept to the principles which have for their foundation, experience and careful study. Along this pathway of financial success it has kept the watchword "good service" always in view. It has met the legitimate demands of the community. It has encouraged the orange and lemon growers; the truck gardner; the teamster; the merchant; the mechanic and the laboring man. Today it enjoys a genuine feeling of well earned good will from its thousands of customers and friends. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MONROVIA RESOURCES, . . $871,000.00 TWENTY-NINE YEARS IN BUSINESS JOHN H. BARTLE, Pres J. F. SARTORI, Vice Pres. PI. S. McKEE, Vice Pres. W. A. GUESS, Cash. GEO. H. ANDERSON, Asst. Cash. FARMERETTES ARE FINDING LIFE Chairman of Women's Land Army Tells How Girls are Faring- in Fields at Work Ex-Senator Prescott F. Cogswell of El Monte. Thirty years a resident of this district. Thoroughly familiar with all its needs. Favors efficient and economical administration of County affairs, a ju-st and wise distribution of Flood Control improvements and a dry State and Nation. How the farmerettes from Arcadia, | Monrovia, Duarte and other towns in this vicinity will work and how they will find living conditions in the fields, is told hy Mrs. Orpha P. Eastman, organization chan man of the Women'-* Land Army, in a letter to Mrs. Marta D Carr, chairman of the Pasadena unit. She said, in part. "I vibited the United cannery, where we sent our first gioup. The giils are all woikmg and if they can get housing accommodations we will supply another group. Had an order this morning for 100 for tomato picking somewhere between August 10 and 15, in. Elsinore valley. We will have about 300 girls there belore August. 1 took thf V/estlake unit up to Elsinore, and the Occidental unit went several days ago. Every one ol them came back from their work singing last night. "They were up and took A bath at 5 o'clock in the lake before siaitmg to work. We have 70 going out to The Rev. Ervin S. Chapman, for ] cucamonga and 50 to Hemet. At Ei- i sinore we aie putitng up a tent camp. We succeeded in getting a house ·Kith about 15 acres, about 100 yards fiorn the edge of the lake, and aie putting up tents. There are big tiees and an abundance ot water. We are putting in thiee showers, or rather, the canning people are putting this j up There is one seven-room house, j Tents are being put 10 feet apart un-| der the big trees and theie will be a j shower for each 10 girls. These show- 1 ers to be made out of canvas. Our I chaperon has invented something quite wonderful for showers. It is a little round pipe that sets around the neck and sets on the shoulders and the water sprays all around you and your Many Years Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League, Says: SAVE NOWS Your name will look well on our books. Let us put it there even while you lie awake to listen to the saucy mocking bird. today and your money shall draw interest while you sleep, or A savings account does several good turns for you. It gives you a better standing in the community; it renders you a fair profit on your investment; it serves as a safety fund to come to your rescue when in trouble, and finally when you wish to withdraw the money you can do so without delay or j deductions. Save now to pay your way to France later on to see the battle grounds where the World was saved from despotism. RESOURCES, $625,000.00 Officers JOHN H. BARTLE, President MARCO H. HELLMAN, Vtce-Pres. XV. A. CHESS, Vice-Pres. K. E. LAWRENCE, Cashier Directors "THERE ARE GOOD REASONS For the enthusiasm -\\ith which A MULTITUDE OF PEOPLE Are working for the election of DETECTIVE SAM BROWNE As SHERIFF of LoS^Angeles County. His Qualifications for the office are ideal He is at the prime of life. He has all the natural gifts needed to make a first class sheriff. He has had yeais of experience and training for just such work as is needed in the Shenff's office. Geneial Leonard Wood, U. S. Army, strongly commends nLii as a fcailess. and slight-forward public officml. them living m a house there now Present improved conditions in our hair doesn't get wet. That camp will be leady by Saturday and we will theie. We have part of county are largely due to his faithful work. "We have thirty odd more gom? out Saturday or Surday. Mrs. Steiry of the Mesa Street school is going to JOHN P. DUNN JOHN H BARTLE ARTHUR J. EVEREST W. A CHESS MARCO H HELLMAN He has been active m the movement | have charge ot 250 girls at Hemet. for a dry, clean county, state and nat-1 We have succeeded in getting her at ion and he is comnieded by the lead- a salary as she is going to have such ers of these movements. l a large number to take caie of. A The voteis of Los Angeles county majority of our chaperons aie giving are in lavor of these movements: and, i their seivices and getting their boaid it they will unite, they can ELECT SAM BROWNE AT THE PRIMARIES, AUGUST 27TH." NOTICE TO CREDITORS Number 39210 Estate oi L. A. Landry, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executrix of the last Will and Testament of said L. A. Landry, deceased, to the Creditors of, and all persons having claims against the and room. "The giocers have made an offer to sell all goods going to the land army at the same price as to grocers and have made us honorary members of the Grocers' association. In that wav our people will be able to live much . The cannery O. K 's the bill wa ^ In that way it doesn t make ifc hard on glrls who are startmg m ' "At Hemet," Mrs. Eastman said, "the two canneries have built bar- said deceased, to exhibit them with lacks, I guess vou would call them. the necessary vouchers, within four They are long, narrow buildings, with months after the first publication of , 44 rooms, modem plumbing, etc The this notice, to the said Executrix at | Ijeds are like springs with legs on. t n c law offices of Walter F. Dunn, They hook on the side of the wall, so Rooms 232-234 American National that in the daytime it is a sitting room. Bank Building, in the City of Mon- The other buildings are boarded up rovia, County of Los Angeles, State about three feet, and with shingle of California, which said office the ( roofs and awnings. We have succeed i undersigned selects as a place o f , ed in .getting both of those tv, o build- Seashore- ountains VACATION TIME Seaside Resorts J S h c i c again and many ol' us arc planning to spend a goodly portion of that time at one ol' t h e numerous seaside resorts while others A \ i l l prefer the mountains-- In either case the PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY offers unexcelled service to seaside resorts and direct connections to ninnv inoun- V E N I C E , O C E A N PARK, S A N T A M O N I C A , H E R M O S A BEACH, M A N H A T T A N BEACH, R E D O N D O B E A C H , L O N G B E A C H , S E A L BEACH, H U N T I N G T O N BEACH, N E W P O R T B E A C H , B A L B O A . MOUNTAIN RESORTS MT. LOWE, CAMP BALDY, HOEGEE'S CAMP, GLENN RANCH, COLD BROOK CAMP, CAM? RINCON, FOLLOWS CAMP, STRAIN'S CAMP and SAi* B E R N A R D I N O MOUNTAIN RESORTS. business m all matteis connected w i t h , in §s turned ovei to the Land army. said estate, or to file them with the necossaiv vouchers, lour "I believe there are times when the combined help of all will not be within j months after the first publication o f ' a - M e to save the iruit. They this notice in the office of the Clerk' a\ oragc in the wock about eight houis of the Superior Court of the S t a t e ' a da -y. but they will someimes woik of California in and for the County o f , 30 or 12 hours. In one place they have Los Angeles. opened a restaurant or cafe and I ( Dated July 20, 1918. think will open a cafeteiia, too, aml| MABEL E. LANDRY, I' 1 re selling food to the girls at ex-j ExecutiK of t h e Last Will and Tes- °-Ctly cost About 25 Baptists have | t a m o n t of L. A. Landrv, Deceased, i opened up their homes. Maybe a WALTER F DUNN, j mother will come alona; with her daughter and someone's elhe daughter, and these will be put in homes We have altogether 50 homes reported where wo can put people who arc recommended by their ministers One hundred and seventy-two will be housed in new buildings. In one house I think the girls will pay 50 i conts a week for the use of the cot I and the food will be whatever it oosts, which will run about 25 cents a meal." War Savings Stamps Your government exorts you to save. It helps you to save with WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. It rewards you for it with compound interest on your savings invested in War Savings Stumps. Who Arcadia Hardware Co. First Avenue Phone 34 Sash-Doors-Windows When you put up a house or any other kind of structure you want material that -will give entire satisfaction. The stock of millwork which we sell is guaranteed to give the best of service --because it is made right. When You Buy From Us you are assured of high quality at a fair price. Tell us your building plans and we'll tell you how to secure the most for your mon ey and avoid waste. Our Business Methods Mate New Friends Every Day San Gabriel Valley Lumber Company A. E. MULLER, Manager. Phone Arcadia 11. ARCADIA, CALIFORNIA 1 A BAN You should select some bank with which to transact all of your business and make it your "Bank Home." Perhaps you vviii have money to deposit. Perhaps you will want to make a loan. Perhaps you will have property interests that you will want someone to look after. There may be any number of things in which you will want assistance and advice. We perform just such service for our customers and would be pleased to have you make our bank your "Bank Home." THE NATIONAL BANK OF MONROVIA M O N R O V I A , CALIFORNIA tain camps. --Ask for Special Folders-PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY For information and literature sec H..H. Demarest, Agent, ·Monrovia. Phones: Black 76, Main 76. 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From the primitive bank down to our modern institution, where not only are your funds given full protection, but a fair rate of interest is paid. 4 PER CENT ON SA VINGS Granite Savings Bank Monrovia, California RENAKER COMPANY FUNERAL DIRECTORS AUTO AMBULANCE, PARLORS FREE TO SERVICE Phone Main 15 Monrovia, California \ \ IEWSP4PER NF'WSPAPFEJ

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