Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 18, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina, California
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Saturday, January 18, 1908
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local Events. Mrs. H. H. Worley is visiting friends in Whittler. The finest oysters in bulk 25o n dozen at the Depot Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Chandler of Los Angeles were guest* this week of Mr. and Mrs. Armel. Mrs. John Brunjes has been ill all the week with a severe attack of la grippe. Mrs. J. M. Whitsel was the guest of friends and relatives iu VVhittier this week. Miss Ethel Shank of Los Angoles has been spending a week as the guest of Mrs. John Zug. Howard Douglas left last Sunday afternoon to resume his studies at the University of California. . F. G. French of Denver is paying an extended visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood. Mr. and Mrs. Watts attended a lunch party iu town on Thursday at which there were fifty guests, most of them old friends. Guests at the home of Messrs. Ralli and Ruble on Sunday last wero Mines. Hancock-Banning, Locke and Shorb. Mr. Smith, who has been spending two weeks at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry White, has returned to his home in Los Angeles. L. B. Riggins has been seriously ill this week and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Biggins of Los Angeles, nre visiting at the ranch home. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in the CoVina Villa tract and advance yon twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moon of Crawfordsville, Ind., who are making a trip through the West, spent a few days this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whitsel. Mrs. J. M. Smith spent Tuesday in Hollywood, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Priestar, aud later in Prospect Park, where she visited her son Chester. Mrs. J. M. Smith of San Bernardino road is entertaining cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Watts, of Ada, Ohio, who are spending the winter at Rhodes, near Oakland. Win, Brady of Los Angeles, formerly a resident of Covina, who nt one time owned the Beardsley place, was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B'. L. Reynolds. Mrs. R. Crawford, who is living with her husband at the home of her son, A. H. Crawford of Center street, was taken suddenly ill this week with a stroke of paralysis aud little hope is entertained of her recovery. Messrs. Ralli and' Ruble attended a reception given by Mr. Peje Stork in Los Angeles on Saturday last in honor of the famous English pianist, Miss Adela Verne. They also assisted the host in receiving. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford are Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Pierce of Lydenville, Vt., the latter of whom is a sister of Mrs. Clifford, and Mr. aad' Mrs. B. F. Young and obildren of Reading, Minn., the former of whom is Mr. Clifford's uncle. Mr. aud Mrs. Pierce will locate in Covina. If you want a vineyard of high class table grapes I can furnish you the land, the water, set out the vines, care for them three years, pay all interest and taxes and give you half the crop the third year for three dollars an acre per month. No bet ter life income than a high ela«s vineyard. J. H. Matthews, Covina. Phoub 5008. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society met with Mrs. Wallace on Wednesday and had an interesting program on educational missions, bringing out the fact that missionaries are the vanguard of civilization and have been largely instrumental in bringing the vast populations uf the East into touch with the progressive peoples of the West in fact the entering wedge; the enlightenment afforded by mission schools and other influences preparing the way for commercial interests as well as improving the conditions of life, moral, spiritual and physical, iu these other lands. Airs. Warner gave a report of the branch quarterly meeting held last, week in Los Angeles, the point of special interest to Covina being in the fact that of two life members of the "Little Light hearers" made at that meeting (.tie was little Kvelyn Peck, daughter of a former pastor, the 310 Hd raided being by ri.urteby of Mrs. Peck, credited to the Cuvina Auxiliary, i cuuipiiuient uauuli *»!>• preciatcd. The finest oysters in bulk 25c a do'ren nt the Depot Grocery. The finest oysters in bulk 25c a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Mrs. Ungcr of Long Bench is the guest of Mrs. G. A. Mounsey. Mrs< Wm. Pattillo, who has been quite ill with pneumonia, is new convalescent. Prof, and Mrs. Cox of Lordsburg College were visiting friends iu Covina on Sunday. . Buy a lot in 'the Covina Villa tract and the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. F. W. Bliss of Los Angeles was n week end guest of Mr. and Mrs, L. L. PJatekin. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whitn spout Saturday and Sunday visiting friends in Monrovia and Pasadena. The Rev. W. G. Con ley went to Riverside on Wednesday to hear the famous evangelists, Brooks brothers. The Rev. E. H. Keller of Los Au- geles preached on Thursday evening at the Christian Church. Dr. and Mrs. Goodell, accompanied by Mrs. J. L. Matthews, attended the osteopathio county convention in Los Angeles on Thursday morning. Wm. Overholtzer left last week for Conchella, where he will spend some time in improving his property at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Monefee returned on Tuesday from Kingman, Ariz., and left on Thursday to visit relatives in Los Angeles. Brethren Church: The regular services will be held on Sunday, to which a cordial invitation is extended to all. Mrs. Parke aud Miss Finch 1 of Ontario were guests of Mrs. I. I. Cook on Wednesday and enjoyed an auto ride round the beautiful valley. The ladies of the Methodist Church will hold their sale of home cooking at the Sanders real estate office todav aud will continue the sales every other Saturday. It Come to the meeting of the Farmers' Club at the residence of G. W. Davis, corn«r of Grand avenue and San Bernardino road, this afternoon, at 2 p.m., and hear Prof. Thos. F. Hunt on experimental station work. On Sunday morning a merry party of ten, all students of Lordsburg College, drove to Covina and were dinner! guests at the borne of Mrs. Miuervu Hepuer, Miss Rose Hepner being one of the party. H. Van Beutbusen, formerly with the Miller Mfg. Co. of Gloudora, has opened a carpenter shop for general shop and repair work in the building previously occupied by the Deeter restaurant, on W. Badillo street. Itp A. J. Warner of Los Angeles, who recently purchased the Henry Fry 20 acres, has been spending several days here looking after his purchase. He intends to place the grove iu a high state of cultivation. Tularo County Lands: 850 to 890 per acre with water. Undeveloped land in artesian district 820 to 840, any size you want, any kind of terms. J. H. Matthews, Coviua. Phone 5008. Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Smith have moved this week into their unique bungalow on the Griswold tract, corner of San Bernardino and Fourth. Mr. Smith recently bought the Co- viua Pharmacy and he and bis charming wife urn making many friends iu Covina. The Womans Missionary Society meeting was held iu the Christian Church on Wednesday afternoon, under the leadership of the president, Mrs. Chapman. The program consisted of the consideration ot the work planned for the enniiug year. Mrs. (j. J. Reynolds discussed the W'jrk of tho nation; Mrs. C'onley. the work of the state; and Mrs. Chapman, local work. The condition of D. J. Overholtzer, who WUH stricken with la grippe ten days ago, has occasioned his friends considerable alarm during the past week. The case has been diagnosed as nervous la grippe, aggravated by inflammatory rheumatism. His condition ytMterday showed « slight improvement, and it iu hoped by his physicians tlmt his immediate danger is pasHbd. Mr. and Mrs. D. flyman Huff were culled from the social evening at the Country Club on Thursday bv £he sad news of the death of an uncie of the latter, John Crew, nt Long Beach. Decbabfcd, whu v-as 72 years of age, had long been an invalid, but the end was sudden, hr being but two days ill with pneumonia. Mr. Crew wus a "foriy-niner" ot Han Kruncihco, bs,>t removed to Lii'iu Beach after the earthquake, where he lived with hh brother, Karl Wake, father of .Vile. Huff. OUR AGENTS: » Warner, Whitsel & (o. n m & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Gunther's sweets are pure and sweet, Clapp sells 'em. For S«le—Team, wagon and harness. W. H. Daniels, Phone 2066. J. T. Thomas of Gardetm is visiting his brother-in-law, H. M. Brubaker. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract imp tho Covina Co. will build you a house on it. Miss L. A. Douelns of Los Angeles was the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. U. Smith, during the past week. Mrs, F. J. Cline spent two days this week in Los Angeles, the guest of her mother, Mrs. Rosenthal. Mrs. Sickel, Mrs. Cook and Mis. Seeright, all of Lordsburg, were guests of Mrs. J. J. Krubaker last Thursday. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in the Covina Villa tract and advance you twice as mtioh money as you pay for the lot to build a house. Tularo laud raises oranges, all kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Come up with us on Friday aud see them. J. H. Matthews, Coviua. Phone 5008. Rev. Paul Stevens had as his guest Thursday Dr. J. Dunlap of Michigan. The doctor, who is the medical advisor of a largo military school in that state, is enjoying a well earned vacation in sunny California. C. Damerel, who is believed to bo the oldest Oddfellow in tho United States, passed his 86th birthday Tuesday. We regret to state that infirmities have confined Mr. Damerel to his bed for several months. The C.E.'s of the Presbyterian Church will bold their first social in the new church next Saturday night, Jan. 25. Each lady is requested to bring a box lunch for two. A silver offering will bo taken iu. stead of selling the boxes. Mr. aud Mrs. B. E. Strohm nml children of Chicago are guests at the niitifn) hom« of their relatives* Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chapman. Mr. Strohm is a prominent official of the Edison Company and is now enjoying a well earned vacation. Miss Boss Mathildo Welch of Los Angeles, teacher ot voice, is in Covina Wednesday of each week, at the home of Mrs. Marshall Whitsel. Those desiring to study please communicate with Mrs. Whitsel or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. LADIES WANTED— To Make Aprons. We pay 83.50 per do/en. No cost to get job. Transportation paid on materials. Stamped addressed envelope. American Apron Co., Los Angoles, Cal. 4tp The Literary Society of the high school held a spirited debate yesterday afternoon upon the subject, "Resolved, that the United States shoifld maintain a navy as large as that of any other nation," the affirmative being takeu by Edward Walters nn.l Marian Johnson and the negative by Leslie Shipway and Gertrude Elliott. Ben Franklin who used to run a newspaper down enHt ycni'H nun, also ediliui an aliriiinio which o/utuincd HO me wiso .saying*- Here is ouo of them. "The way to wealth, if you desire it, is as plain aw tho way to market. It depends chiefly on two words—industry and frn- gulity. lie that getn till be I'tui honestly and uuvau ail be gcta (necessary expenses exceptcd) will certainly become rich." What Ben naid was not only true at that time hut it atill holds; good at the present day. There iw no belter way to save than to have a bank account you are not tempted to spend it. We will be glad to huve you htait an account at thta bunk. (ovioa Valley Saving Bank For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. I'\IT Snle—Good work horse, $75. P. F. Pea let. tf Nnvol and Valencia nnr- W. L. Kcllnr. Phone THE A. P. Kcrckholf President It. M. HouHcr Vice I'r'.-»i()erit i J C. Hutchison, Jr ('a»hier W. M. (irisAolfl ASH}. A. P. Kerckhoff H. M. Houst.r W. H. HuUiUay C 70 kS J. h. Klli'.U Marco H. iicllm<in <ico. ii. AmJer.v,u For Sale sery stook. 3055. tf For Sale—20 cords of good walnut wood, 810 a cord. Archio Vincent, Phone 38 tf For Sa,1o—First class standard red driving horan for sale. Telephone Homo 3100. For Lease Four snnn gentle work mnlea witli harness, at reasonable figures. Apply to Douglas &, Clark, Argus building. Watt Ohilton. tf Can nso a good second-hand work harness, for cash, if cheap. Apply at Argus office. For Rent—Comfortably furhiflhod room. See Wrs. Martha Hibsch, Cottage Drive, tf * Brooder For Sale - Good as now. Enquire of Clark & Douglas, Argus Bldg., Covina. For Sale — Thoroughbred White Leghorn and Black Minorca ogga for setting. Mrs. J. Wheeler, Cypress avenue. Phono 1098. 1-18p Lost—On the streets of Covina, n gentleman's watch, engine engraved on bnok. Return to C. B. Cusoy and receive reward. Wo have several cash buyers for residence lots and ranch property. Also from 81000 to §6000 to loan on first mortgage. I. C. Fairly Co. Wanted—To buy 20 to 10 shares Covina Irrigating Co. stock. Ad- dross J. 13. Coulston, Pasadena, Cal. tf CitniH Nursery Stock—See Gio- sham & Worrel, one and one-half miles northcant of Covina, before planting orange or lemon trees. Home phone 2118. Millinery sale at Miss S. Reokard's on North Citrus avenue. Every trimmed hat and fancy feather will be sold lit one-third off regular price. One dozen untrimmed hats for 50 cents each, as long as they last. For Sale—3 yr. old Walnut Trees. Seed selected from grafted trees of original Placentia Perfection typo. Best variety on the market. Low prices. G. W. Sherwood, Follorton, Cal. 1-18 Wanted—Cheap vacant land with or without water, to sell or exchange. Also 5 and 10 aero groves, must bo good, for cash. I hnro the buyers and you huve the coods. Show mo. A. J. Reetz Realty Co., Covina. Phone 282. 1908—SEED CATA LOO UK— 1908 —If you have not yet received our seed catalogue write for it at once and get your name on the mailing list. Write if Spanish book is preferred. Johnson ife Mussor Seed Co., 113 No. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Having secured the agency for the. Mitchell motor cur for Covina and vicinity, I solicit Jlho piilronagn of Uill persons interested. PornoiiHtni- tions freely ami gladly given. '/ours respectfully, Phono 182. Mr. R. A. Howland. KKUU Fur Hatching.•--Hron/e turkeys, Tulouwo iteoHii, 1'nkin ducks, Indian Runner and Rouen ducks, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Jiult Orping- tons, Light JirnhniHH, Columbian Wyandotten, While Leghorns mirl Black Mlii-ircrliiH. To I. 1128. R. C. Ca«Hd, Covlini. 2-28 KOR KALK Alfalfa lurid with plenty cheap water. 100 IKTUH or less at the very low prico of $f>0 pur were, located in Kivurttldo county, near Hanta Fe IMi. mid la absolutely tbi) cream »f ulfulfu land. Addrewt L. L. Newert, Covina, Cal. lip l''it/(Jorald A. Harry of J'Hwdnna loan money on ranches and improved real estate at lowest current rules. They charge no commiHsion. Write or telephone them at I'linadcrm or icall up J. W. I'rmitlsu, C'ovinu phono |iJl'J4, and auk to have a represent.!! ; live of the firm cull on you. FOR BALK 5 acres, half in young Valcnciait, sumo /mvelw and ( ni(ibll fruits, ,'J room California house, !chicken corrals, 10 vAunc.H Cnvlnu water stock, $1«00. j lUficreH, Home orange and p^ach and other fruit tr<:t:M, 'M share* A/.usa tiller hloek, houfee, etc. ; price ifl'iM*. •1 room house ami lot ;Vixl7r», HOIK] j.,f:iiljty; price, HI) 00. JjOi'O hljarex Co\ ina gas sf'iek cheap. Want. Id hhareh Coviufi water t-.ti;i:k. COVINA KKALTV < O. ( Mark <<• I J'juxhn. Covina Peoples Store (INCORPOHATKTJ) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY SPECIAL McCALL PATTERNS 5c And a Great Many Other Things in Proportion. The Dru.q Law is Passed H ENCEFORTH every drug- gis'-i by latf, is obliged to handle druys of the finest quality. • Tho store that receives the largest patronage now, will be the one that tenders you the most courtesies, disnenscs the quickest, and carries the fullest line of drugs. You kno*> ut In Iht pail. We *>tl".ome you In lh» future. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••O We Have All Kinds of Peed Seed= = -—=3= ROLLED BARLEY The sight of it will make your stock fat RECLEANED WHEAT CRACKED CORN FEED MEAL MIXED CHICKEN FEED SKIS I) BARLEY and WHEAT PRATT'S EGG FOOD EGd MORE COULSTON EGG FOOD OIL CAKE BEEF SCRAP GRITS and SHELLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTERNAEIONAL STOCK FOOD PRATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer Before buying call and get prices i SAN GABRIEL 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 entrust* ed with them. Call and List Your Property or phone 88-Home

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