The Van Nuys News and Valley Green Sheet from Van Nuys, California on August 22, 1919 · 5
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The Van Nuys News and Valley Green Sheet from Van Nuys, California · 5

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Friday, August 22, 1919
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SPECIAL Shoe Sale . Beginning Satur day we will offer for sale all canvas foot wear, consisting of Mary Janes, Pumps, and shoes' of all sizes. fron small child to grown people at special clean lip prices. Misa Fern McGill .pent the month with relatives In Long Beach. . . Mias May Foster ot Loa Angeles la spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mayo on Vanowen street. , , Mr. and Mrs. 'William Campbell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Campbell of Bartlesville,. OklaM are enjoying a two weelrf vacation at Redondo Beach. Peter ' Pearson, a former resident of 'West Friar street, was ylslting mends here Monday. Mr. Pearson was recently married and is now living in Los Angeles. Dr. W. A. McCullough has rented the residence owned by Chas. H. Richards at the coiner W Gilmore and Cedros streets. He expects his family to arrive soon. BEVIS BROS. CO. D. A. Bevii, Manager , Phone 152 Bank Bldg. Mrs. R. L. Hitchcock spent a few days the past week in Pasadena. Misses Josephine and Nancy Mollett are visiting friends at Fresno. . ; Mrs. G. W. Benson and sons,. Glen and-William, left. Thursday for a few weeks o ting at Camp Baldy. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln L. ' Whitson left Saturday in their automobile for pleasure trip to the Yosemtte, San Francisco and other northern points; They will be gone several weeks. . Mrs. Frederick A- Kellogg went to Catalina Tuesday with a party of friends for a . weeks stay at that popular resort' Mr. Kellogg expects to Join the party later. 1 - - Mrs. Fannie Marlar, Mls Lou Marlar and Lennox Marlar of Phoenix, Axis., who are spending the summer at Long Beach, Isited at the Home of Mr. and Mrs.- William Campbell on 8 unday. Mrs. Paul F. 'Shepard, her mother, Mrs. Sherman and her sister, Miss Laura Sherman, left Monday for weeks stay at Long Beach. Mrs. Sherman and Miss Sherman expect to leave for their home in Minneapolis soon after their return from the beach. J. J. Shinners of Los Angeles -was here Wednesday looking over his business properties. Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew- are enjoying a weeks vacation at Camp Baldy. Miss Anna Walsh and Miss Emma Jeffrey returned Tuesday evening from a weeks vacation at Venice: ..Mrs. Frances pohlander of Saugus was in Van Nuys Thursday visiting friends. She has Just returned from an outing .at Big' Bear lake. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown ' and son,. Allen, of Alhambra, were weekend guests at the home of Mr., and afreet. Miss Marjorie Hitchcock hgs returned home from Berkeley, where she has been - attending the summer school. D. E. Link of East Erwin street, in the Bungalow Farms court, left this week for Ohio, to be gone about a month. A. A. De Maschmon, a Colorado boy who is visiting friends in Los Angeles, spent Sunday here as the -guest of Ernest Gibson. Mr. De Maschmon and Mr. Gibson served together in the same company of engineers . in France. Mrs. D. Bormann of East Haven, Conn., mother, and Mrs, H. Bormann of Chloride, Arisona, sister-in-law, -of Mrs. C. B. Canby, arrived here last Friday and are slaying at the Canby home on -West Sylvan street. The former may decide to locate in Van Nuys permanently. Mrs. Bormann, Jr will visit giere for a month or so. . . , NEWS ITEMS FROM ' LIBERTY ACRES .A new brooder house is being built by J. Bacon on the Weinpha! and Swentxel ranch of the Janas tract 1 John Grove and wife took in the fleet review at Venice on Sunday. .Mrs. B. B. Baker of Los Angeles spent the week-end with Mrs. Guy E. Wolcott -It is reported that this community can have the gas. service. ' Any one who wants it please notify Mrs. K. 8cott. ' V STREET LIGHTING PETITIONS REFERRED TO ELECTRICIAN The petitions for the reestablishment. of the street lights on Sherman Way and other streets In the tract have been referred by the City Council to city electrician, R. H. Monahan. Early action is expected on the resumption of the service. WESTROBAC Inoculation means better green manure crops, more plant fdod iij solution, a balanced ration for your, soil, quality and quantity money crops ; . V. CALL, : ' . - Sau Fernando Valley Distributor, S32 Syhmm St. Van Nmyt, Calif. Pkoaa 143 Van Nmyt Western Soil -Bacteria Company, . - SiaSamtk Soring St., Lmt Anyrnha, CmKf. Oakland Sensible Six t Year after year an overwhelming majority -of motorists have chosen the full-tonneau passenger car for its many practical features. It is the selection of . most homes where automobiles are used. It affords the. amout.of room required by a large majority of families, and its . mam characteristics measures to the popular idea of a car for constant service. - HARRY-R. riEVIS . Phone, Office 27 Residence 164 Dealer San Fetnando Valley . Service Station, Van Nuys Garage CHEVROLET 490 TOURING , $857.20 HERE CHEVROLET 490 ROADSTER $837.20 HERE Chevrolet 1 to 2 Ton Truck on Display a ' . Lowest priced 2 ton truck on mar-, ket today electric lights, strater; self oiling- devices, hard tires, on front. Sold on lowest terms obtainable. See it before purchasing elsewhere. Immediate deliveries on 490 Roadsters, sedans, coupes . light deliveries $825 up to $845. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL GEORGE F. BEALES , MYWfriitlnl riquUa n ! CmBfwU Miiy JOwlwJiil1 ' ' Tree Yard, 7125 Sherman Way VAN NUYS, CAUFORNIA 1 n NURSERY LICENSE r none lo . . cal. no. sso Reynolds Motor JSales Co. A Motor Car for Every Income. .Frederic Reynolds, Sole Proprietor Agent for Van Nuys, Owensmouth, Lankershim and . San Fernando Valley. Phone Van Nays ISO 261 Sherman Way Van Nays, California Holly Poultry Ranch liuM Statioa, Vu Nays Order early your Fall Hatch' White, Leghorn Chlcka. - Dellveriaa begin August 28th. We are exclunive hatchers of eggs from: The' F. R. Richardson Egg Farm 9000 layers The Joseph H. Tumbach Egg Farm...... .9000 layers . The Chas. G. Weaver Poultry Ranch ...4000 layers The V. A Carr Poultry Ranch ; 3000 layers The Anthony Slatera Poultry Ranch 2000 layers L. W. Prewett Poultry Ranch 2000 layera - v JC. W. Phelps Poultry Ranch 1800 layers We are pioneere In Full hatching and know how to hatch and deliver good chicks. Southern California agents for the Cone Ventilating, Pride of Petaluma, Fresh Air and Liberty Brooder Stovea, We supply ventilation plans and advice on the stove method of brooding. Over 400 satlafled users are the best references for our stove sales.' HEADQUARTERS FOR t Poultry House Lumber We handle a full line of lumber specially adapted for poultry house construction and can supply your needs in this line promptly, and at the lowest prices. If you are going to build a poultry house or make extensions to your present plant it will pay you to let us figure the job. 1 . Lumber and Building Materials for the Largest or Smallest Jobs HAMMOND LUMBER CO. E. W. ATHERTON, Resident Manager PhoMst Office aad Residence, 34 VAN NUYS, CAUFORNIA BUILDING MATERIAL Lowest Prices, Best Grades, .Complete Stock; Courteous Treatment. We Solicit Your Business. Van Nays Lumber Company, C. C Campbell, Manager Office and Residence Phone 32 125-135 East A Street, Van Nuys, CaL - - -r . Airew We have in stock the following plows which we will sell at a discount of 25 per cent within the next ten days to make room for -our new shipments. 1 2-gang 12 in.. P. and O. Power Lift Tractor plow Last year price $232.00 less 25 per cent $174.00 2 3-gang 12 in. P. and O. Power Lift Tractor Plow Last year price $302.00 less 25 per cent $226.00 1 4-gang 14 in. P. and O. Power Lift Tractor plow Last year price $426.40 less 25 per cent $319.80 1 4-gang26 in. Disc P. and O. Power Lift Tractor plow - Last year price $390.80 less 25 per cent $293.10 3 2-gang 26 in. Disc Plows Last year price $190.80 less 25 per cent $143.10 Come in and make arrangements for the' one you want at once . J Streeter & Riddell, Incorporated Phone 29 Van Nuys, California . . k - V ,- -

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