Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 7, 1907 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, December 7, 1907
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local Events, Kirmess tonight. Holly tags and seals Clapp's. Seed rye for sale. Valley Milling Co. Cigars in Christmas for Xmns at San Gabriel Co- boxes. • vina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. The finest oysters in bulk 25o a doien at the Depot Grocery. Decorative calendar pads at Clapp's. "All the Comforts of Homo," senior class play, Friday, Dec. 13. Box paper at cut prices. Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. For Rent—Comfortably furnished room. See Mrs. Martha Hibsch, Cottage Drive, tf on ac- beeu Fred Fesler of Indiana, brother of Samuel Fesler, arrived last month to spend the winter in Covina. Mr. and Mrs. Mussey spent a pleasant day on Sunday visiting old friends in Monrovia. Prescriptions carefully compounded at Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. Mrs. Atkins of Colorado is spending the winter here, visiting at the home of Mrs. Willcts on Dexter street. Her friend, Mrs. Palmer, is rooming at Layman's. J. W. Riggins and family rode out from Los Angeles by auto on Wednesday and spent a pleasant day with Mr. and Mrs. Si. B. Riggins on their ranch southeast of town. Mmes. Freeman and Lane of Maine visited their old time friend, Mrs. Burpee, on Thursday last. These ladies are wintering in California, with headquarters at Pasadena. Ira Stauton, who has been visiting relatives and friends at hie old home in Adrian, Mo., returned last Tuesday. He reports a flue trip but thinks there is no place like California. Miss Lizzie Christie, who, count of her aunt's health, has spending the past Hummer at Long Beach, was in Covina Tuesday looking after her ranch interests at this place. A delightful luncheon party was given last Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Clizbe, her guests being Mrs. Peck of Pomona, and guest, Miss McGrath, Mrs. Louis Harris and guest, Miss Bessie Hopkins. On all sides the cry is beard, "My friends will come to, or stay in, Covina if they can get comfortably located." Let those who want to see Covina grow and have the "wherewithal" take note. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Douglas oE Boston are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Prnther and will epeud the winter in Covina if they are not driven away by dearth o< comfortable quarters. The Ladies Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post would make excellent Christmas presents for your friends. Call up Mrs. A. M. Se( lev, secretary of the Ladies Aid Society <rf the Christian Church, and. give them your new subscriptions or renewals.—Adv. Mr. Max Dick, who appeared for the first time in London, proved to be a violinist of great ability, and delighted his listeners by a masterly rendition of Viouxtomp's Hue concerto in D minor, and the popular "Perpotuum Mobile," by Franz Kies.—Musical Courier, London. —Adv. Kirmess tonight. Xtnns postals, cards and booklets at Clapp's. The finest oysters in bulk 25c a I dozen at the Depot Grocery. I Miss fessie Hopkins is tho guest 'this week of Mrs. Louis Harris. j Gold cord for tying packages. Co- viim Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. "All the Comforts of Home," senior class play, Friday, D»c. 13. Miss Boyd of Long Beach, is spending the week with her sister, I Mrs. A. M. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Johnson and sister, Miss Boyd, spent three days this week at Camp Rincon. Jacob Maechtlen returned on Friday last from tho East, where he spent a pleasant visit of eight weeks with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Evans returned home on Wednesday from Ocean Park, where they have been visiting relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Armel have mdved from the Hodges block into one of the Hepner houses on the corner of Third and Dexter streets. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien of Los Angeles are guests at the home of G. A. Mouusey, "Orange Park," on Cypress avenue. Mrs. Van Auken and two friends, Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Palmnr of Colorado, spent a pleasant day Wednesday taking in the beaches. Mr. Norcross of Glendora spent a pleasant day on Sunday visiting his little daughter, Lorina, who is staying at the home of Mrs. Wm. Aschenbrenner. Host J. D. Brown and his excellent wife of Hotel Vendome are becoming more infatuated with Covina and Covina citizens every day. They are more than pleased with the patronage enjoyed by the Hotel. Covina Lodge, No. 334, F. & A. M., has elected the following officers: W. M., A. F. Coltrin; S. W., R. O. Simpson; J. W., A. Nigg; treasurer, T. F. Griswold; secretary, 13. M. Given. The Women's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. Jennings on Saturday afternoon. A large number were present und a most interesting meeting was held. Mrs. McClelland of Long Beach, the Presbytoria! president, gave an interesting address. The B.Y.P. U. will give a 'birthday social Friday evening, December 20, in the Baptist Church. A program will be given and refreshments served. Each person is requested tc bring one cent for every year of his life. Everybody cordially invitee to come. It The Women's Guild of Holy Trinity Church intend 'holding sale of articles suitable for Christmas presents on the afternoon and even ing of next Thursday, Dec. 12, ir Mann's unoccupied store room op posite tho pristofflce. Refreshments will be served both afternoon aric evening at 15 cents a plate. Homo made candy. Ladies and gontlcmei are invited. —Adv. One of the most beautiful and ex pensive homes lately built in Covini was omitted from tho list given threo weeks ago describing the many buildings in course of construction 'in our midst. This is tho home of J3. L. Reynolds and family, being a two- story, eight-roomed house with balcony above. The floors of the living rooms below are finished in Flemish oak, with beamed ceilings. All the latent ideas in built-in furniture and tho most modern of perfect sanitation and up-to-date conveniences are curried out throughout the cosy honif. OUR AtfNIS: Warner, Whitsel & (c, Staotoo Bros. & KeeliiHj Pomona Sanitary Laundry Kirmess tonight. Fine line of perfumes. Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. Red and green bolls for Xmas doco- ations at Clapp's. Seed rye for sale. San Gabriel Valley Milling Co. The finest oysters in bulk 2iic a :loz"en at the Depot Grocery. Holiday goods all ready at Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. Miss Hazel Havelin spent Thursday and Friday of this week tho guest of friends in Los Angeles. Miss Sadie Brown spout the week end in Covina the guest of her friend Miss Edna Coolman. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mobus on Sunday, Dec. ; 1, an eight pound boy. Little girls wanted to sell tickets for tho Max Dick concert. Call at Clapp's drug store. Mrs. Grouse of road was the guest her daughter, Mrs. San Bernardino over Sunday of J. N. Baker of Glendora. Rev. and Mrs. Gage are spending the week in Long Beach, whore they are attending a convention of tho Baptist Church. Miss Alice Atwood has been very sick this week and was obliged to relinquish her parts in the "Kir. mess." Mr. and Mrs. Jonh Muthcvv of Mount Vernon, Ind., have arrived to spend tho winter in Covina and have taken rooms at the homo of Mrs. C. V. Glover. Miss Anna Staggenberg of Cincinnati, who has been visiting hoi- friend, Mrs. W. T. Layman, returned on Monday evening to her eastern home. Reserve your seats at once for "All the Comforts of Home,", to be given by the senior class of C. H. S., Dec. 13,'07, at tho Womans Club House. , Mrs. Merrill and Mr. and Mrs. Howlaud have moved into thoir charming bungalow home on Center street which they purchased of Dana King. Mr. and Mrs. Dana King moved to Azusa last Wednesday. This popular young couple will be much missed in tho business and social life of Covina. Mrs. C. J. Coo of Los Angeles, who has been the guest of Mrs. Anna Finch and sisters during the past week, returned to her homo .on Tuesday. Ed Sprotte returned on Friday last from Now Jersey to tho sunshine ol Covina. Not oven tho warmth of friends and relatives can temper tho atmosphere of the lOast. Mr. and Mrs. Von Stein and family of Los Angolos made an auto party who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Motii BrunjoH on Sunday of last week. Thn ladies of the Pastor's Aid of the Presbyterian Church sold coffee and sandwiches to the largo crowd at. the county division rnlly on Monday o 01 'hi!?, realizing a profit of $:tfi. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. If you wish any choice sweet, pea seed sow Poolpy's Covina Nurseries. For Sale- -Eucalyptus wood, $12, 50 cord. Phone 321 1. tf Don't forget to renew your mngii- 7.ino subscriptions nt Clapp's. For Snlo••-Pickling olives on (ho trees. A. P. KerckhofV. Phono 7i>. For Sale Team, wagon and harness. W. H. Daniels, Phono 20!)!). For Sale- -One familv driver or orchard horse. P. F. Fesler. tf Clapp can duplicate any combination magazine oMVr, Seed rye for sale. Sun Gabriel Valley Milling Co. Saner kraut at the Northsido Market, 1 Oc a quart. I am well prepared to do a limited imount of team work. Phone 'U!)0. W. M. Warron. For Sul o—-20 cords of good walnut wood, £10 a cord. Archie Vincent. Phone 38 tf For sale- Surrey, buggy, wagon, plows, ridgors, dumper, harrows. Phone 3100. W. M. Warren. Chickens Wanted Flock of young roosters, laying hens and pullets. Hotel Vondome. Orange Groves, Lemon Groves, Business and Residence Property FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE See us for the best buys in and around Covina. HAZZARD REALTY CO. Phone 54 Corner Citrus and College Sts. COVINA, CAL. It is Unreasonable for the young man to Huppoho ho can Bet himself up in a good paying business without Home trii pita 1 to invf.Ht In tho enterprise. Perhaps thin lack of ready funds has bfcen tho canno of your working for HOHIO one else instead of ymirsolf these, many years. An account with thin, hunk will afford you a convenient, Hate and an ideal method of putting your surplus suras when- they will grow into a MJHI that in time may make poMiihle your Place your savings in tho United States Savings Liank of Covinu and secure 4 per cent. If possible do your shopping mornings and secure hotter service at Covini» Pharmacy. 10. U. Smith, Prop. For Kent:- dopd odlco rooms, tlio bust, in tho city, Muitable for professional men. Sou owners, Rood &. Matthews. The Covina Valley Savings Bank offers you a safe investment for youi idle funds. We pay 4 per cent. Start an account, today. Chickens I Chickens!! Chickens!! I My entire Mock of fine young roosters and laying hens for sale. R. J. Pollard, San Bqrnardiuo road. We have several cash buyor.9 for residence lots and ranch property. Also from 81000 to 85000 to loan on first mortgage. J. C. Fairly Co. For Sale—One all-purpose horse, perfectly safe for lady to drive anywhere, single or double, weigh!, 1200 llm. Phone 101. Irwiinlale. C. II. Cofl'man. t,f Mrs. KittenhoiiKe has returned trim tho North and has opened drohHinak- ing parlors in the Covina UOUHC, opposite P.O., room (i. tf Whore umbrellas are made- fieo. B. Detwiler, umbrella maker, (Jlen flora. Covering and repairing. Buggy-timbrel las and parasols repair od. Headquarters at I<\ A. Moi- inear's furniture store. l'.i-'21 Fi t/.( J era Id A- Harry of Pasaderu loan money on families anil improve* real estate at lowont, current rates. They charge no commission. Write or telephone thorn nt J'liHiidona 01 call up .J. W. Pi-MitisH, Cuvinn plmm 21 HI, and ask to have u represent a tivo ol' tlin firm call on you. For Kxiihange An excellent lor acre young navel orange orchanl just coming into full liciirini.', witl good water right, und all conditions and location good. A now inoden eight-room dwelling on the placi crop incluiled, CHl'mialed 2000 l< iJHOO boxes. Want aH purl oxehangi 1C acrcH unimproved good level lain with water, near Cos inn. Address.] O. Knell, Orang'i drove lloadquar tors, Pomona, ('al. For Exchange. Kivo acre rand with four-room modern bouse, 01 cluin corner of Whiltier luomie am Maple avenue, Montobello, onl four mi I en from city limits of I,o Angeles. Five shares water slock the best of, orange and ben, land. Will trade for good lious and lot, or loin, a* Covina. Aim equity in two lot.n H'/ulhwohl. Los Ang'ile.M for lot at Covina. Kn- quiro of 1 lax/iiiii Itbalty Co., (,'ovinu, Cal. OTHKKH hate. YOU CAN'. (iviii Valley Saving Bank trees; all goes to parking A. I'. Kerckhoff H. M. HOIIM.I J. (-. iiuti.hiaon, W. M. driw.old J'. K-rckhoff M. Jr Aj.h'. (';jr>m<T <:.f>hi':r i TOKB .1 . K. Kiii'-'t Marco li. Hei ni.ui deo. K. AmJcr.-.on A BAHRAIN' ~> acres full bearing navels, finest soil, 1 room house a;id barn, good crop on 85000. 10 aon* olohe hnufeo; half navels, half Vnloiieia.H i/i,',d 7 room bonn-, elecliic light* windmill and water lank, two ci' term, good barn: in good loralii.v prirf; ?! 1 1,000, on i a-.y lei in--. A g«.-od h';iise an.) |r,l. * I :>tiD. Varan). Blunge and leinon land v, it full water rightn «J.;0 |.er ncr t<,»« JOO, »'(;V1NA KKAJ.'J V CO. Clark 't Jj->u;'la:, ALWAYS IN THE LEAD g Covina Peoples Store If (INCOKI'OKATKI)) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY OUR ANNUAL Guessing Contest IS NOW ON Don't Forget to Please the Children % Look at our window. Our line of Holiday Goods is very large. Presents for young and old. SUNSET EXCHANGE CLAPP //OWE PHONE I IK DRUGGIST and STATIONER "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE," IN ACKS PAST, plagues wiped out whole communities. They could not lie averted. Antiseptics and disinfectant* were imlieanl of. Precautionary steps could not be taken. TODAY an epidemic means someone has unintentionally overlooked the welfare of the community and fcllowman. Two minutes a day spent in iising an antiseptic or disinfectant is nothing compared to human life that may be wasted. Powerful, trustworthy antiseptics, such as I/istcrine or Peroxide can be procured at u small cost. ,55 cents will procure a pint of the best Formaldehyde. Sure shot. i EGG PRICES Beat Record f^ v i i EGG FOOD Higher than at same period in sixteen years. Take advantage of the sittlation and feed Con I son's Egg Food and increase your egg supply. For Sale by- . SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING CO. ••••••••••••••«••••••••*•••••••••••••••••••••••••••• et*»*»it*«*»**« ********«;*ik*lr S ' 8 Sanders Real Estate ^•f _ 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. 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