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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR ALAMEDA MAY 2, 1911 No. 35 AUTO HUNS KILLS JAPANESE was About o'clock Sunday mg Mom ii who was employed on Ihe on the r rim anil tailed imar I he How Ihe is not nl us supposed who home oji his was Winded by I he ol the and Hie and bi- collided head Thd was bumped Uie alongside Uie and guAo that I he machine parsed Ihc poor un- It us elated thai the machine w bull il is supposed by the lo be work ol a Ing two as one was seem coming lo Ibal I line a The lo Oan morgue mi was mi lo rob of Mr. Spheral saw limn acl of entering lionise dusk ami I hoy at Hie and later bad S. P. a linn under them for who skipped a while a board was and and to pav a KEY IS HEADED FMI C. L. who was down lo direct a few days ago informs lhat is no biut what the Route now headed for ejn route for Sau II us that R luv now and widih pass the valley on the Lake thence the to on the of I he road lo there on a line to That Ui ie is no as anH both owning of have ready been Kvy gang already at work in Piedmont at llw end of the line ANOTHER NEW HOME is to be built I be Bay Tract N. W. a business man who recently two lots HI this Mr. has tot ID Chins and lor a home Jems C. an old sea ot was Stale Hospital 01 late be has been and and no so lie was takon down bj n and turned over lo Uio A Few of Our No Stale Goods We Alice Rose Corn Del Monte Tomatoes M. J. B. Pineapple Ripe and Green Olives Rosebud Syrup for pancakes Franco American Soups Pure Cocoanut Butter Sweet Potatoes in Cans And in fact everything that is new in the Grocery MEYER BROS. NEW STORE Corner B and Main Phone Hayward 97 Chamber of Commerce Gaining Many Members Get Together Spirit Is Growing Day by The Whole Community Is Behind the ANNUAL MEETING OK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The second ol the NEW of Commerce bold at the Hall on day and judging from the taken Ihc personnel ol tho al tendance domg days 111 Hie year to keep this growing com- eyes of the would her lor or II was not a er and one bad a in the Angus tary wias nil bis ed ami Cor- of oW was 111 HIT a and to the of the The was listed nig lo tho ol ihe and the read and bj the armies the fixing of the ot which will held on Hie uig of each tho winM take place on Hie first ui at sevon he and in liuni select from On all those present had not already become lo come and tlw and ilo a Crosby of the at last Lhat ho lad of 0. T. and Mr. Heron In formed bun lhat he is gilad lo meet ihc committee al. any and talk I lor but Mr. Crosby the await aWw be annual election So list of added Ho Meek I. C. W. L. It. W.I. E. Jackson May K. K. S. H. H. C. A. Bradford Janus G. A. v. Suss E. N. Mabrvy T. V. Marl in Welsh 8. Him lev I. It. Parsons J. T. Calkins I V. Allen 8. A. Simons It. K. Nissen A. M. Wilde C. O. C. I I. B. K. It. E. Julin Correia William Angus V. Mitchell W. W. ir. Bank lo next at K spirited is invited to be pre- sent and sign Hie MAN BUGGY SHOOTS LADIES OF CIRCLE AUTO FULL OF HOLES SERVE CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Spring Greetings Our Spring and Summer Patterns have arrived also our first shipments of wash such as Etc. We will be pleased to show you all the new and dainty things whether you are ready to buy or We want you to feel at home in our Help yourself by helping the Hayward We have something special every SILVER Co. PHONE HAYWARD 98 904 B Near Corner of Castro Queer was taken some of Brown of Warm Springs on Monday .to a report receded al the the shooting Brown's of holes a A number of people saw the un- known up Brown's garage a the door and fire six shots in rapid mlo hies hwv a could thought thai had been and gave but Hie man MI the White the to leani Ihe shoot with a and an that woolwork of had uf is the A BIG One fifly fool awl fine block in for sale al a gival wauls See il REALTY 515 Castro si reel 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WOOLEN SERGE Is very stylish this Summer with A has hern Mark a finr quality for Uir Von will lo MT that ymi ran frt HiH for 50c A 7-V in and il now il's all VISIT 01 K FOB THK 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 EDWARD MASSA Mr. It will pay VIMI In call on the CO. an tlir and place In I K uill in- uc can VIHI IHI FUEL FEED HAY GRAIN AMI PURS AMI HI The interesting went of the season in lodge circles took Thursday evening at the Bank wards was a ed the of Palma No. Women of the men members ol the order who recently gave ladies an eastern The fell thai Ihe men of the who a monthly the and re- doubled efforts of also hulden and was a that wiH not soon be It was at 7 in Uie and exl of asparagus chicken mashed and green rolls and roffee followed by of lemon and The of nf be- ing and The ami of 0. K A. K. A. L. 1'i-ler K. F. ley and Waller Indue and Kva (i wife l When uf IN a rail or 5I5-5W K. K. th in n. ar I ciSi J. The of the Church will bp held afternoon Aid will to UMial AL 0 p. in supper be served by the of the and congregation after which the an- held to be followed by a social hut every member of Lhe church and lake of Ibis ami WIDOWS KAY AT The mixing melted last ilay awl work had be a one ager thinks it be about a week befane Ibe i- in Mrs. A. W. the owner of near lown of a coincidence lhat at her home weeks she has 6etm some of heir and the week end lol and of and they all Hereafter 30, 1011, wiJI be at The A. B. J. Clarke Josephine Lamb and Miw Amy ol San of the Wail It- All Linen Handkerchiefs Regular value 25 Cents Sale 2 for 25 Cents On Special Sale Wednesday May 3 Toft Inc. B and Castro Hayward The Store with the Window Specials When you buy butter why not buy the best it dont cost any more Golden Glow Butter Is made in the finest butter try in the by the most im- proved and is guaranteed to taste better and keep longer than any other brand on the market Try it the next time you buy butter M. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELICACIES Home Made and Cakes B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 J. cut wa- of all im all il a K. S. K. Ite lead I few nu nit StV VOTES J. H. failed Kant lo a death in her 4, iv a 1 lo again a painful lo he foi a Ihe are shipping flowers are many on markH the are cheap at pre- sent The People's Store Bargain House of Hayward Bargain Sales of all Spring Goods Now Progressing NOTE A FEW Of OUR PRICES Iho Si al 73 Double Suits ages al grade SuiK Sfi al 33 SuiN in rd and Ilir anil Kelt Ihr latest al 1-M-. 6-V, IIC Grade Shirt Ilir the J2 at Ihc al Shirl Ilir 7.V al 170 pair Tirs in tent al pair high trade al fine al Star Brand Shoes Are Better Star Brand Shoes Arc Leather A. Prop. People's Goodell
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