Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 30, 1907 · Page 5
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local Events, Holly tags and seals for Xmas at Clapp's. The "Kirmess" will please yon. Don't miss it. It Seed rye for sale. San Gabriel Valley Milling Co. The "Kirmewi" at Club House, Saturday evening, Deo. 7 H The fluent oysters in bulk 25o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Decorative calendar pads at Clapp's. Mr. and Mrs. DeYoung of Los Angeles were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leisure on Sunday last. Mrs. Ella Hubbard has returned from a visit of several weeks in eastern states. Attend the "Kirmess" — dances of all nations, at Club House, Saturday, Deo. 7. H Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menofee left this week for a month's stay with relatives at Kingmati, Arizona. Dr. and Miss Herron wore at Venice on Monday visiting the battleships. Mr. and Mrs. At wood and family were among Coviua people who visited the "big four" of the Pacific fleet last week. Much interest is being taken in the "society vaudeville" in course of preparation by the ladies of the Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kniuht of Stockton arrived ou Monday to pay a lengthy visit at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Ohaver. The Baptist State Convention meets at Long Bfach December 7 and 8. Delegates frohi the Covina church will be Oscar Miller, M. H. Perry, Rev. and Mrs. Gage. Paul Jennison leaves tomorrow for Silver City, New Mexico, to spend tbe winter. Mr. Jennison has been ill for several months and his physicians have recommended a change of climate for a time. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wolfarth entertained on Thanksgiving day the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Tobey of Sawtelle. Mrs. Chisbolme of Sawteiie was also a guest for the day. Mrs. L. M. Jefferies spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Matthews. -Mrs. Jefferies has returned from a stay of seven weeks with friends at San Diego. For the present her address will be Hotel Broadway, Los Angeles. W. C. Mnrwin, Wells-Fargo agent, was remembered by the corporation with a 15 pound turkey for his Thanksgiving dinner. All the employees who have been in the service for over a year received a similar remembrance. All corporations are not soulless. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dal in and family have arrived from Ashtabula, Ohio, and taken possession of their beautiful home on A'/.usa avenue, formerly tbe Cohn ranch. Mr. Dalin is president of the Ashtabula worsted mills. Tn spenking of tbe financial situation ho said, "You people of the Pacific coast have no reason to complain of your bnnks; they are treating you liberal. When I left the East J could not secure a dollar in coin, although I had a deposit of 8liO,- 000. Business, however, is gocd and it will only be a matter of a short time before normal conditions will prevail." Mr. and Mrs. Daliu will probably not return East until next June. Your friends are going to tbe "Kirmess. " Won't yon join them? It Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Perry on Wednesday, Nor. 20, a daughter. The finest oysters in bulk 25c a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Seed rye for sale. San Gabriel Valley Milling Co. Xmas postals, cards and booklets at Clapp's. Red and green bella for Xtnas deoo- ratione at Clapp's. The finest oysters in bulk 25o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Sauer kraut at the Northside Market, lOo a quart. Mrs. Coe of Los Angeles is the guest of Mrs, Anna Finch. Graceful posturing, beautiful costumes and catchy music at the "Kirmess." It Mr. and Mrs. W. Griffiths attended a ball at the Shrinor's auditorium in Los Angeles last night. Mrs. Etta Clapp of Los Angeles spent Thanksgiving in Covina, the guest of Miss Mary L. Gilman. Rev. and Mrs. Gage and son Paul were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wilson. . Mr. and Mrs. Dana King have returned from tbe East and are domiciled at Azusa. Those cool evenings try a hot chocolate or coffee served with graham wafers at the Palace of Sweets. Miss Madeline Cnibtree of Pasadena is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Conley. Miss Marie Widney bad as a guest Thursday and Friday her former classmate, Miss Constance Wolte, a teacher in the Los Angeles schools. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bailey of Pomona and Miss Nettie Fleetham of Los Angeles spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Huddleston. Thanksgiving guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Houser were Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Housor and Ira Bell and family. The Misses Drusilla Conner and Neva Collett of Los Angeles were guests of Miss Grace Armel two days this week. The Palace of Sweets serve Eagle Brand oysters, any style; also Spanish aud Texas tamalea. The best service in town. Mrs. J. A. Collins, who with her OUR AGENTS: Warner, Whitsel & (p. Stinton Bros. & Keeling Pomona Sanitary laundry The "Kirmess," the "KirtnesH," Saturday evening, Dec. 7. It Miss Vera Van Auken has gone to Log Angelea to spend » week with her cousin, Mrs. Chas. Jarvis. Dr. Roxic E. Bates spent Thanksgiving with her friends, the^Prescotts, at Long Beach. Miss Helen Williams is spending the holidays with her grandmother, Mrp. Robert Baldrldge, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Prather spent Thanksgiving in Pomona, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Peck. Mrs. Leisure and sons after a jolly Thanksgiving dinner with some home guests, went to Los Angeles to spend the rest of the holidays. A nice box of candy from'tho Pal- ploase the ladies. Ibs. 25c and Ibs. sou Wayne has spent six happy weeks tbe guest of her aister, Mra. Gage, left on Saturday last for her home in Reno, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Broadwell and family, with guests, Mr. and Mrs. Cass and Mr. Anderson of Los Angeles, formed a Thanksgiving dinner party at Hotel Vendome. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clapp joined a merry family gathering for Thanksgiving at the borne of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Clapp of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith spent tho week end at Santa Monica, where they own three houses on tho ocean front. While away they visited tbe war ships and enjoyed a pleasant holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brunjes, Miss Bruujes, Mr. aud Mrs. Pat Tuiley and Miss Tulley diversified the usual order of things Thanksgiving by taking tho "balloon route" trip, dining at Del Rey. Robert Headloy is another of our citizens who has taken tho Lake county fever and is only waiting to close no a deal for his orchard to remove his family north. During his absence Mrs. Headloy and children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Forester. ace of Sweets will Same old price, > 50c. B. M. Given returned last night from a month's trip to tho East, being called away by tho illness of a sister. While away Mr. Given looked into tbo orange business and visited relatives a'id friends. SPECIAL NOTICE — Beginning Nov. 30th tbe Palace of Sweets will sell post cards for 10 cents per dozen while they last. Don't overlook this bargain. Wo need tho space for holiday goods. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ratekin and Miss Gladys left Thursday morning to join a merry house party at the homo of an uncle, W. C. Paine of Olive. Record time was made and the fresh air made doubly appetising the bountiful Thanksgiving feast. We call the attention of our readers this week to the professional card of Dr. Roxie E. Bates, which appears on the first page. The doctor, who recently returned from a lengthy visit in the East, r ,baa resumed her profession with offices in the fourth residence west of tho Episcopal Church. A telegram arrived Thursday morning announcing the sudden death oi Ed Capron of Evanston, 111., son-iu- law of Mrs. I. I. Cook. Deceased leaves a widow and one child. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Cook, wbc is anxiously awaiting further particulars. Prof. H. E. Speedy of Detroit hue a national reputation for his reproductions of the "Kirmosa" which will be given at the Womans Club House, Saturday evening, Dec. 7, showing thi dances of all nations ii costumes. A matter of historic interest. Don't fail to attend. It Li. L. Ratekin spent Thanksgiving with his cousin, Mr. W. M. Paint at Olive, Orange county, a short distance from Santa Ana. In discuss inK county division Mr. Ratokii found that Orange county taxes won slightly lower than Los Arigolc? county taxes on property of tho mini class as follows: Mr. Pa I no ii Orangn county has ton acres, 0 r Valencies and 1 in full bearing wal nuts, paying good interest on 12,000 valuation, taxes f'25.09. Mr. Ratokin 10 acres in navels and Vakincian part burlH, LOH Angeles county taxes fl!5.0P. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous, If you wish any choice aweot pe.a seed see Pooley's Covina Nurseries. For Sale—-Eucalyptus wood, $12.00 cord. Phone 3211. tf For Sale—Pickling olives on tho trees. A. P. Kerokhoff. Phono 7i5. For Sale—Team, wagon and harness. W. Ii. Daniels, Phono 2000. Seed rye for sale. San Gabriel Valley Milling Co. Saner kraut at tho Northsido Market, lOc a quart. Lost—A fur boa. Finder will confer a favor by notifying Mrs. O. B. Evans at the Palace of Sweets. I am well prepared to do a limited mount of team work. Phono 3100. V. M. Warren. Lost—Ou Tuesday, on Citrus ave- me north of Oovina, a lady's grey ackct. Leave at Argus olllco. It Wanted—An experienced man and vife to care for ranch. Apply to \rgus of lice. For Sale— 20 cords of good walnut vootl, $10 ti cord. Archie Vincent. Phono I!8 tf For wile—Surrey, buggy, wagon, )lows, ridgers, dumper, harrows. Phono 3100. W. M. Warren. tgw$*«$$$*w$$«^«$$^^ Orange Groves, Lemon Groves, Business and Residence Property FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE See us f*/r the best buys in and i;n»und Covina. HAZZARD REALTY CO. ALWAYS IN THE LEAD Phone 54 Corner Citrus and College Sts. COVINA, CAL. A Mistaken Idea Some jH-oplc have an idea that in order to have a bank account, the.y must have a lar^e sum to deponit; that the bank does not care to be bothered by small accounts. This, however, is not true of the Covita Valley Savings Hank. This bank welcomes new accounts, whether of $1 or $1,(XO, and the same courtesy and service is accorded the small depositor, an those in more fortunate circumstance*. It is our object and winh to serve the public in financial matters in a manner that shall he satisfactory to all -old or younjf, rich or poor. We want your Banking HusinesH and will be pleased :O have you open an account with us. (ovifld Valley Saving Bank A. I'. Kerclihoff {'resident H. M. Hou»cr Viet I'rir-iidrnt .J. C. Hutchison, Jr ('ashler VV. M. Grisivokl As>ht. Caj>hicr A. K Kerckhoff H. M. H,,,,.,er W. ft. HoLiday Covina Peoples Store (1NCOHPORATKD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We arc showing this week some very fine OUTING FLANNELS AND. FANCY FLANNBNETTE which, considering quality, cannot be beat for price, ICaat, West, North or South. CHRISTMAS will soon be here. Don't forget that we luivc the largest stock. We have a large and complete line of knit goods. We invite you to come and inspect them. ./. K. Kllio.t i Mar,,, £1. lU-Umun ; Geo. iv Anderson i Place your savings in the United States Savings Bank of Covina and Hccuro 4 per cent. For Rent—-Tenement, four unfur- rooms. See M. K. Smith, janitor Covina schools, lip For Sale—Ono team of young liorsos, weight about 1-00 Ibs. C. E. Smiley, Cor. Workman and A'/usa Sts. tf Lost—On Tuesday afternoon on Badillo street, a lap robe. Findor please return to Argus olllco. Up For Rent:-—Good ofllco rooms, tho best in tho city, suitable for professional men. See owners, Reed &. Matthews. The Covina Valley Savings Bank offers you a safe investment for your idle funds. We pay 4 per cent. Start an account today. Wo havo several cash buyers for residence lots and ranch property. Also from SI 000 to 80000 to loan on first mortgage. I. C. Fairly Co. For Sale—Ono all-purpose horse, perfectly safe for lady to drive anywhere, single or double, weight 1200 IbH. Phono 101, Irwindalo. C. II. Cofiman. tf Whore umbrellas are math)- Geo, B. Detwiler, umbrella maker, Glendora. Covering and repairing. Buggy umbrellas and parasols repaired. Headquarters at F. A. Hoi- mear's furniture store. 12-21 Fitv.Gorald & Barry of Pasadena loan money on ranches and improved real estate at lowest current rates. They charge no commission. Write or telephone them »t. Pasadena or call up .). W. Prentiss, Covina phone •21U4, and ask to have a, representative of the firm call on you. For Exchange; 'An excellent ten acre young navel orange orchard just coming into full hcurinu, with good water right, ami all conditions and location good. A new modern eight room dwelling on the place; crop included, enUmnled 2000 to •250!) boxes. Want ;IH part exchange 111 acres unimproved good level land •ilh water, near Covina. Address ,). O. Knell, Drang'i Grove Meadquar tern, Pornnna, Cal. For Exchange Five acre ranch with four-room ' modern house, on cl<.an corner of WhilUcr avenue ami Maple avenue, Monti-hello, onlv four mil on from city limits of hos Angeles. Five shares water stork, the best of soil, orange and berry land. Will trade for good house and lot, or lot.H, at Covina. Also equity in twti lots south west Lori Angeles for lot at Covina. Enquire of Ha/./ard JCealty Co., Covina, Cal. A Bargain iJO acres; !j urron in full bearing lemons; 1 acres InValencian; 11 acres in lurK*! navels; biimll, com fill-table house, large barn; ample, water stock; in good state of r.nltiva tion; cloHu to packing house in frost les-i belt; estimated crop at. (iieieat, $5000; all goes if hold at once; 111), 000 cash, 110.000 on ea*y lei IIIH ; I bis IH a Biiap. A 1st* rhoire Join and rer.i deuces. Cheap, a fine, body of ban; land in good locality. COVINA l'vJ-:.'if/l'V CO , (Mark &. Oouglas. SUNSET EXCHANGE CLAPP HOME PHONE its DRUQQIST and STATIONER "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE." IN AGES past plagues wiped out whole communities. They could not be averted, Antiseptics and disinfectants were tin' heard of, Precautionary steps could not be taken, TODAY an epidemic means someone has unintentionally overlooked the welfare of the community and Icllowmcn, Two minutes a day spent in using an antl< ( septic or disinfectant is nothing compared to human life that may be wasted. Powerful! trustworthy antiseptics, such as Listcrine or Peroxide sell at 25 cents an ounae. Thf Hiirno iiiiini'y will |>i lire u pint, of Mm tnntH, Miirt) mi KorouiMuhyili', EGG PRICES Beat Record X X~- """/A H'K" cr than at same period in sixteen years. Take iiclva.nia.gii of the situation and feed EGG FOOD w Coulson's Egg Food and increase your etfg supply. For Sale Iry • SAN QABRiEL VALLEY MILLING CO. Sanders Real Estate Company Have opened offices at corner of Citrus Avenue and crossing of electric car line, in the Workman building, where they will be fully equipped with such facilities as are calculated to carry to a successful issue any business entrusted with them. Call and List Your Property or phone 8K--Home

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