Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 18, 1908 · Page 8
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«######**#####*- 14 ?** I Social 1l«ws i * * *####*##*######### On Friday evening the Intermediate Leagufi of the Methodist Church enjoyed n pleiiHnnt fiocial evening at tho home of Mrs. K. P. Warner. The ••veiling pawed quickly with various garnet) and music mid dainty refreshments wore served. On Monday, evening, Jan. KHh, Miss I mo \'an Auken was flurpri»ed by n ntitjiber of her friends, in honor of hat fourteenth birthday. Refreshments were served and music and games made tho time pnss only too quickly. The invited guests were the Misses Ruth Arthur, Celo Potter, Hazel Clifford, Helen Broadwell, Ethel Konnoin, Lossie Fairly, Eldora Cheney, Maude Fairly, Kva Lntnh, Viennti FcnHorn and Vannio Brubaker. Tho. ladies of Holy Trinity Church Guild gave an afternoon ten at the rectory on Thursday afternoon. Tea wan poured by Mmes. Given and Eunls, arid other ladies assisted in receiving arid serving. An excellent musical program was given, oor>- sistlng of piano solos by Mrs, Collins and Mi«f> Fanlder and vocal selections by Miss Fletcher and Mr. Marshall. A considerable sum was netted for tho funds of tho Guild, The long postponed "experience social" was hold in the basement of the Presbyterian Church last Friday evening nnd proved to bo u great success. Tim account of how tho different sums were earned brought out many odd ideas and witty expressions, chief among these being H blank verso poem, after Longfellow, by Mrs. Jcrmi?ig8, dcHcrlhing how her little daughter ucc.umuluted pennies by various household, tasks. Mrs. I'lnnis and Miss Ponioroy read lengthy and witty poems. Thursday was "ladies night" lit. tho Country Club and a large crowd was present to enjoy tho nsunl pleasant entertainment. Cards were played in tho early part of the evening, prizes being won by Mrs. Haz ziml, a powder jar, and Mr. Condit, it smoking sot. This was followed by a wonderful Japwneyc dwarf, two foet high, who sang and danood in charming stylo. Misa Evelyn Fletcher s»i!« "Cnrissir.r." in her usual • l/ruiliiutf H(.yiC t i uh|mfltJij:tJ"Yirrlll r ''lU. onooro, and cornet solos by Prof. Fitzgerald wore much • enjoyed. Dainty refreshments wore served in lour courses. Tho Club Houso on Saturday night, was a BOOHO of unwonted brilliancy, when about two hundred people of tho vulloy guthorod to danco or to bo tho victims of llio bissextile privileges suppnsod to be ncoordod tho fair HOX onco in four years. After the grand march, lod by ftlr. and Mrs. Collins, programs were distributed, and the gontlomon, being seated in becoming modesty, wore swooped upon by tho Indiou in short ordiir, and those of tho latter who displayed any urigontlomuuly roluotanco wore soon left without pailfioru. A line of 10 oeulH was imposed upon any uen- tlonuin who conducted himself in an unladylike manner. Much credit is duo to tho young ladies who organized tho nlluir, tho Mlssos Elliott, Douglass, and Joaophlno Widnoy, nnd tho lutter's gontlo voloo emulated the stentorian tones of tho oallor, A "fiOO" tournament, was hold on the utugo for those who did not euro for dumiing, pri/on being won by Mr. Given, n Btoin, and Mrs. Crook, H cundlostiuk. Covlna Pacific-Electric Depot Located In Park Planted to Oranges. Tho Paoiflo Klootric Hallway Company lias just completed, at a cost of 15000, a oommodioua utid iinudsonie depot here. There aro inclosed and opon-air waiting rooms, froight and express storiigo rooms, ticket and Postal Telegraph otlloes. Tho build ing stands in a three-aero park, a largo portion of which is planted to tvmlve-yi'ar-uiii orange troon. A foroo of 100 track -layorti is placing Hldoii'Mi'ks bohind tho (Input fru'.ghl anil express pur- New Assessor. Assessor Hopkins, upon the roooin- mendation of a number of our citizens, has appointed oa his deputy in Covina this year. J. C. Hutchlnson, Jr., cashier of the Covinn Valley Savings Hank, who hns been granted a I'-HVO of absence for several months. In addition to his clerical proficiency, Mr. Hutchinson has a thorough knowledge of local values and will prove.a valuable man in the assessor's Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. (Mm PldfliiM! J. C. N'ALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing carpentering | and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixtures. Lemons Uo Pay. Kdltor Argus: It was with much pleasure that I read in your last issue on item from Mr. P. H. Dotte giving the amount of his last two pickings of lemons and prospects for the future. As he has given us the results, I would like very much to have him favor UH with the treatment he has given his orchard for the last two yearn that brought about this result, giving us his method arid time of the year when he pruned, what kind of fertilizer he used and when applied, his method of irrigating, whether light and frequent or heavy and at longer intervals, his method of cultivation, in short, any information that will assist others in obtaining the name results. I would also suggeat that any farmer who has succeeded in producing more than an average crop, whether it bo of lemons or oranges, or other crops, furnish your valuable puper with an item giving tho results and how obtained. By so doing we shall bo able to increase the general overage production and the value of property of this beautiful valley. N. D. MUSSKY. City Business. Minutes of a regular meeting 'of the city trustees, hold on Tuesday evening. Tho matter of tho acceptance of alley In the Jcnniflon tru'ct addition to Covina wan taken up, tho former application being refused on account of closed alloy, but being opened and tho tract, being replatlcd to correct Uto error, it was moved by Evans and seconded by Potter that tho map ho accepted fin condition that the owners dond to tho City of Covina tho east 0 foot. Communication waa received from S. C. EvuiiH in regard to suit pond- Howe!) & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. R. J. RAMAQE Honor Graduate, Toronto College TREATS ALL ANIMALS 831 So. Los Angeles St., next to Alexandria Stables. LOS ANGELES Office Phone Home K 3351, Ren, Phone Main 5162. Calls by telephone or let- terdny or nitfht carefully attended to. Charges moderate. Jahnssn & Migg BLACKSMITHS ftlacksmithing &f oil Kinds Our Specialty Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 REO PRICES Runabout $675.00 Shop on Citrus Ave Instructive Interesting "Correct English- How to use it." A .Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor building, for JIUSI'S. On will Isluiulay it* 1'ai'itU- freight Klwtric Nu Miutiun iu Los AnueU's enmity "IK roi'i'iviug hotter sorvicu fnun this company tluiu Ccivimt, unit our liuai- uo-ifi men will undnubtoilly r««ipn>- cute by giving Ilium u full share of tho freight against tho municipalities for use of oil on road. Also one from the Insurance and Trust Company in regard to extension of tiuio 011 payment of taxes. Demands were now road and allowed in tho following amounts; Goo. L. Sanders, 82fi; A. Warner, 825; I. C. Fairly, 820.40; I. C. FaSrly, 814.55; F. JO. Duddorar, commit, 8'20; J. L. Matthews, 85. U5; VV. E. Mount,, 87; O. C. Loguo, 8'23.4«; Covina Land & Water Co., 1; KKrokhotf-Cimier Co., 83.25. Tho mutter of n gas tank in tho alloy was brought before tho board by Brown & fiohri, and after Homo dia- cuspion it was decided to have tho city attorney look tho matter up, and if necessary, draw up a now ordinance und present it to tho next regular meeting. Treasurer's report showed a balanoo of 8'2l)tU,84. Uill for one-half of olectricinu's fees to duto was allowed. English Hand Bell The KiiftliHh hand tell ritiKorn, also a very oomiiotunt render, who oouio highly rooonnnended, will give an entertainment at tho VVomana Club HOUHB on Jariunry 24, under tho unapU'eB of the ladies of tho M. E. Church. Seats on sale at Clapp's drug store. Cleiternl admission 25 oente, reserved seats 3Bo. The Club Uouae will be warm H«d comfortable. FdlluwliiK la the program •. Culoddiiln (Scotch Airs) Arr. Gordon; hulls. Reading St'eue from London As suruuoo, Ellzithoth DoWitt Truw briduo. Duct "The (Jtitt'a Hi tho Wenl" Musii'al (ilusHOH; Misa Andruw uiu Mr. Pnri-y Andntw. "Ui.r Majt'Kty'n Walt/," lu-lln. "Tim Kirhy Wt'il.liiin;" "Mi-dli-y of Child KhymoM," Eli/aboth DoWitt Truwnrid^i'. "Cathudrial (Miiiues," lnOI^. l)u«.-t SuUu'tion - Musical (ilassoi; Andrew ami Mr. Pcruy Andruw, tt'n cjiiuutut) nf im|u>r- atiiiutinii8\ Kli/abfth DoWitt Trow In id^c. Chant" ' .'i vur. , hells. Adv. H. D. Blanchard, Agent We Keep Only the PUREST DRUGS WAN'l'KD Wo maku H specially of orungo grovos and orungo laiiii. Kciid us >nijr listing* ut onco. \\ o him; thi- huyt'rs. Address MISSION | chirks or scrip. j «t LAM) COMPANY, OH ChumU-r of J. ('. Huti-hinsnu, Jr., I'ity IVi-us-j Pay \Vlth Check or Scrip. j City tiiX'-H muy li; 1 luiiit in eitlu-r j (OYifld PARTIAL CONTENTS Queries and Anwaera. The Art of Conversation. Shall and Will: Should and Would: How to Use them. Pronounciations (Century Dictionary). Correct English in the Home. Correct English in the School. What to Say and What Not to Say. Course in Grammar. Course in Letter Writing and Punctuation. Business English for the Business Man. Compound Words: How to Write Them. Studios iii English Literature. AGENTS WANTED $1.00 a year. Send 10 cents for sample copy. Correct English, Evanston, 111. James Corbett BleiclcsmitHing All kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks a.ad Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 63 Shop Wesc Badillo St, Csvina Celebrated Kentucky Jack at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of horses and stock rrreived for oasture. New Schedule For Electric. Leave Los Angeles S:50 a. in. 6:35 7:05 7:50 8:35 9:20 10:05 11:20 12:30 p rn. 1:30 2.45 3:35 4:15 5:00 5:45 6:30 8:30 11:30 Leave Covina 5:50 a. m. 6:50 7:32 8:15 9:00 9:45 10:20 11:30 12:35 p. rn. 1:45 2:35 3:45 4:40 5.2S 6:10 6:55 7:50 10:00 IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMIN1NG OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. False Reports For some unaccountable reasons reports have been circulated during the pant week that I expected to leave Coviua. The same are without the slightest; foundation and could only have been started by persons de- airing to do me a personal injury. My business is steadily growing, last month's being the heaviest since I started in Covina. Remember I carry all kinds of electrical supplies and fixtures and no wiring job is too small or too large for me to give you an estimate on. Covina Electric Company Office hours, 8-9 a. m. Telephones 121 and 3121 FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main lino of railroad and near good towns. Plenty of water dan be obtained. This land eonj?, prises some of thft best in the valley and will be subdivided into small tracts to suit purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. Sparr Fruit Co. We will pay the highest market price for ORANGES Our references: THE GROWERS who have done business with u?j. Packing House and Office, Azusa Ave. Telepb/me 103S, —LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES— HEATH BROS. & COLTRIN Phone 51. COVINA MEAT MARKET J. F. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 36 Commerce Uuildinn, LOB A Cul. 1-441-IS urer. 1. C. Fairly, Tux Collector. E. U. Smith, Prop. C.H. KERCKHOFF^CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co, Phones: Home 148; Sunset 253 COVINA, CAL.

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