Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 25, 1908 · Page 5
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(local Events, V/ —-— (V-^gV—~ == The finest oysters in hulk '2bc a dozen at the Depot Grocery. The finest oysters in bulk 25o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. A number one top buggy for sale cheap. C. H. KisUer. Don't fail to hear the Bell Ringera at the Club House Monday evening. Miss Mabel Houser and A. K. Evans are among the invalids this week. Mrs. C, 8. Beardsley is dangerously ill with pneumonia, complicated with heart trouble. J. W. Jeffrey, State Horticultural Commissioner, was a visitor in Covina yesterday. Mrs. Goodrich, mother of Will Goodrich, has returned from a lengthy visit in the East. The Rev. Jesse P. McKnight of Los Angeles preached on Thursday night in the Christian Church. Miss Finch of Ontario is spending a week as the guest of Mrs. I. I. Cook. Ed«ar Mitchell ! from a severe attack Huff were in attending the D. Mussey spent relatives in Los Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Long Beach this week funeral of their uncle. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sunday with their Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey are attending the Michigan picnic at Eastlake Park today. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot, in the Covina Villa tract and advance you twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. The Sunday-school social to have been given at the Christian Church last evening has been postponed until Tuesday night, Jan. 28. Remember that Friday, Jan. 31, is eale day at the B. F. Taylor Cash Store, Glendora. Can't afford to miss it. Mr. and Mrs. Von Stein and family and Mr. Purdee were guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brunjes. Miss Ida McCreary returns home today after spending a week as the guest of her friend, Miss Meta Bruti- jes. At the invitation of Prof. Cook, C. E. Bern is, County Horticultural Commissioner, addressed the Claremont Farmers' Club on Monday evening last on the red scale. J. W. Freeman of Ontario, Canada, i» in town looking after the interests of the productive orange and lemon grove which he purchased of B. L. Reynolds. He is domiciled at the home of S. W. Gage. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Houser and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Evans took an auto trip to Highlands on Sunday last, where they called on relatives, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkiris and Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Knight. Mrs. Goes and Miss Newell of Hastings, Minn., being on the way to Uplands by auto, called on old friends in Covina, the families of Dr. Thome, Mr. Enuls and Mrs. W. H. Collins, ou Wednesday last The C. E.'s of the Presbyterian Church will bold their first social in the new church this Saturday night, Jan. 25. Each lady is requested to bring a box lunch for two. A silver offering will be taken instead of selling the boxes. Miss Bess Mathilde Welch of Los Angeles, teacher of voice, is in Covina Wednesday of each week, at the home of Mrs. Marshall Whitsel. Those desiring to study pleaso communicate with Mrs. Whitsel or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. Mrs.. Anna Murdook of Los Angeles, secretary of Women's Baptist Home MissionarV Society, will give an address on missions to boys and girls Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 29, at 3 p.m. All the boys and girls cordially invited. Also an address on mission work in the evening for adults. Come and hear her. Everyone welcome. . The Fortuiahtly Club will hold its regular meeting on Monday evening, Jan. 27. There will be a debate on the subject of the exclusion of orientals from the United States. Leader on the affirmative, Prof. Leebrick; on the negative, Mr. Aachen- brenuer. A full attendance is desired as a hot time is anticipated. Executive Committee. Our worthy citizen, Dr. Win Thome, celebrated bis 88th birthday on Wednesday last and was the re- ciuieut of many rails and prebeute from bib friends. Dr. Tliorne came to Covina 10 years ago fur his health with no knowledge of lanching. However, he bougtil an orange ranch and has l-een reiuaikaUy buc.r.<:<-..-fijl as a grower, retaining tvtn yet the entire ii.<ii:at;tuiL-nt in Li= ov\u liauds. is convalescing of la grippe. The English Hand Bell Ringers at the Club House Monday night. L. B. Rigeins, reported a* ill last week, is recovering, Guutber's sweets are pure and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract anp the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. T Miss Clam Caster of Pasadena was visiting Covina friends on Sunday last. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract and the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. It rained, but the entertainment bv the Hand Bell Ringers will bo given Monday night. Tb« young people of the Presbyterian Church will hold a basket social tonight. A silver offering will be taken. On account of rain, the Epworth League social which was to have been held on Thursday night was postponed indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt of Charter Oak were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crook on Friday last. Many Coviua people have planned to hear Joseph Hoffman today, weather permitting. OUR AGENTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bonn i For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found i Miscellaneous. Pomona Sanitary Laundry Dr. Herron has been suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism this week. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. Several Coviua people attended the meeting of the Eastern Star at Azusa, which was held in the new building last night. , For Rent—Two or four rooms, ilght housekeeping, gas stove. Italia street, east of library. Apply to Mrs. Winslow. 1 tp Bring your can if you want 5 gallons of kerosene at 55o, or 5 gallons of gasolene for 95o, when you come to Taylor's sale at Glendora, Jan. 31. Friday, Jan. 31, is sale day at the B. F. Taylor Cash Store in Glendora. Read'the ad with prices in this issue of the paper. The many friends of D. J. Over- boltzer will rejoice to learn that there is a slight improvement in his condition over last week. For Sale:—1 dozen thoroughbred White Leghorn hens. Also small bouse on runners, 0x8, easily moved. A. E. Coons. Itp. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in the Covina Villa tract aud advance you twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. C. H. Stauton has returned from a business trip to Sunnyside, Washington, where he has extensive ranch interests. Mrs. L. M. Jefferies, who has been spending several weeks in Covina, the guest of relatives, left this' week for Los Angelew, where she will remain a week before returning to the Julian at Long Beach. Tulare laud raises oranges, all kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Come up with us on Friday and see them. J. II. Matthews, Covina. Phono 5008. LADIES WANTED-- To Make Aprons. We pay 83.50 per dozen. No cost to get job. Transportation paid on materials. Stamped addressed envelope. American Apron Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 4tp Mrs. P. G. Swain and h<-r mother, Mrs. Graham, of Whittier, have been spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Watta, and have been hospitably entertained by several old friends of the M. E. Church. Tulare County Lands: 850 to 800 per acre with water. Undeveloped land in artesian district 820 to 840, any size you want, an)' kind of terms. J. II. MatthewH, G'oviiK.. Phone 5008. CHARTER OAK. The sad and sudden death took place on Monday last of Mra. Geo. Mabatfy, at the home of her mother, MTK. Horst of Pomona. Deceased leaves twin babiea, born thfc preceding Thursday. She wa.s buried at Pomona last Wednesday. Mrs. K(:iiyou has l>( en ill all 'In- week with la griM>t:. Mis. Iloyt <-ntfer1iiiiH:d on Kat.urday afterii'ioii vvit.h a tea tor a nuu.lj'ji of ht.-r ludv hicud*. Wells.Fargo the.Plnce. The Covina Transfer Company, Htftohisori Bros., proprietors, will occupy permanent offices after February 1, with Wells-Fargo, and orders left there will receive prompt attention. No order too small to receive our personal attention. Afik us for figures on heavy hrtuliug. All charges moderate; Covina Transfer Co. . Monday Afternoon Club. A most interesting reunion was held this week at the meeting of the Monday Afternoon Club, it being "Japanese day" and the occasion of the club tea. The event of the afternoon was the address given by Mrs. H. H. Guy, sister of Mrs. Tom Johnson of Charter Oak, on the manner and customs of the Japanese. Mrs. Guy was for fifteen years a toucher in the School of the Sacred Teaching in Japan. Her husband was a missionary in that country, so • that she is well qualified to speak on the subject. For the Japanese she has nothing bufc praise, speaking most highly of their refinement, kindliness and eagerness for both secular and religions education. Of war talk, she pays there is none on the other side of the ocean. Dainty Japanese refreshments were served by the following kimono-clad ladies: Mmes. Stevens, Douglass, Eunis, Jennings and Couley. Mrs. Guy brought a cake made in Japan, which was divided among the ladies. A Japanese trio, "Three Little Maids from School," was sung in costume by Mmes. Jennings, Stevens and Warner. The meeting next week will be devoted to education, under the leadership of Miss M. E. Griswold. IRWINDALE. Mrs. E, E. Leech spe.pt Wednesday and Thursday visiting eastern friends In Long Beach and Los Angeles. Miss Ida Carleton of Fort Collins, Col., arrived today to spend the winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Leech. New Schedule For Electric. Leave Los Ang-eles 5:50 a. m. 6:35 7:05 7:50 8:35 9:20 10:05 11:20 12:30 p m. 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. m. 1:45 2:35 3:45 4:40 5.25 6:10 6:55 7:50 10:00 Ben Franklin For Sale Goorl work horse, $7f>. P. F. Fosler. tf A good cow for snip. It C. H. KisUer, Covina. For * Sale-T A team. Telephone 3137. 2-lp A good second-hand surrey for sale cheap, $20. C. H. Kiatler. It For Sale I?avol and Valencia nursery stork. W. L. Kellar. Phone nor.:), tf For Sale- —20 cords of good walnut wood, 810 a cord. Archio Vincent. Phone :?8 tf If you want a dollar bottle of the best, piano polish inado for 50c, go to C, 11. Kistlor's paint store. It For Lease Four suan gontlo work mules with harness, at reasonable figures. Apply to Douglas & Clark, Argus building. Matt ChiIton. tf For Rent—Comfortably furnished room. Seo Mrs. Marthn Hi bach, Cottage Drive, tf We have several cash buyers for residence lots and ranch property. Also from 81000 to 15000 to loan on first mortgage. I. C. Fairly Co. Wanted— Tn buy 20 to -10 shares Covina .Irrigating Co. stock. Address J. B. Coulatou, Pasadena, Cal. tf Lost — On Thursday, an Elgin watch, silveriuo case, screw back and front. Return to S. Trout Telephone 25. THE Citrus Nursery sham <t VVorrel, miles northeast planting orange Stock—Soo Gre- oue and one-half of Cov'ina, before or lemon trees. who used to run a newspaper down east years ago, alHo edited an (ilmanit; which contained HOHIH wine sayings. Here is one of them. "The way to wealth, if you desire it, is as plain an the way to market. It depends chiefly on two words—industry and frugality. He that geta all ho can honestly and saves nil be gota (necessary expenses exoepted j will certainly become rich." What Ben Huid was not only true at that time but it still holds good at the present day. There is no butter way to save than to have a bank account you are not tempted to aperid It. We will be glad to have you Btait aa account at thin bank. (ovina Valley Saving Biiik A. P. Kerckhoff President ii. M. Houser Vice President J. C. HuU'hUojj, .Ir Cashier W. M. GrisAokl Aast. (.a-.hit.-r Home phono 2118. The I. C. Hyde Plumbing Co. will be pleased to give estimates on plumbing. 047 W. 18th street. Los Angeles. Home B- CJ533; Sunset W. 1095. Itp I can't sell your property unless you list it with me, but if you do I will certainly try. Come in and talk it over. I have buyers for 5 and 10 acre groves that are in a hurry, and I am too. Phono 282. A. J. Reetz Realty Co. 2-1. For Sale—Eggs for batching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard bred fowls: White Rocks, White Miuorcas and White Leghorns. Young pullets for sale. Heiison Clements, E. Bad i Ho street. tf 19 0 8—S MED C A TA LOGU E- -1 f) 0 8 — It you have not yet received our seed catalogue write for it at once and got your name on the mailing list. Write if Spanish book is preferred. JobriHon A MtiKHor Seed Co., 11'J No. Main St., LOB AngeleH, Cal. Having secured the agency for the Mitchell motor car for Covina and vicinity,'I solicit the patronage of all porHoriH interested. Demonstrations freely and gladly given. YOUTH respectfully, Phone 182. Mr. It. A. Howland. Eggs For Hatching.-•-•JJron/ri turkeys, TulouHCt geese, Pekin diuikn, Indian Runner and Kniicti ducks. Barred Plymouth ItoukN, Bull Orping- tons, Light BrahiDHH, Columbian \Vyaridot£oH, White Leghorns find Black MinoroitiH. Tel. 1128. H. C. Casad, Coviua. 2-28 Fit/Gerald <v Barry of Pnwidoim loan money on ninchcH and improved real OHtatu at lowc-m current rates. They charge no commiHuiuii. Write i or telephone thi-m lit PiiHadena 01 'Call up J. W. PrfiiHuH, Covina phone J2134, and HHk to have a represent!! tivo of the llrrn call on you. If you want, a vineyard of high class table grapes 1 ecu furnish you the land, the water, Hel, out the vines, care for them three yearn, pay all interest and tux on and give you half the crop the third year for three dollars an acre per month. No hot ter life income than a high C|H U H vineyard. J. H. MatthewH, Covinu. Phone 5008. FOR SALK 10 acre orange grove with Cuvina water Hlock, dote tc city, price with crop, 80000. 1'i acrea navels, 0 ValfcucbiH nearly in full bearing, good house aud good water, 811000. I 5 acrth <i year old tr<-en ii; good • locality, ample water right, '83000. 1 -J, '.j iicrcH, :i nitvelu, -i V'ul •J '-.,, tunghriiil-h, iinf! houb Covina Peoples Store (iNCORPORATKt)) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY SPECIAL MCCALL PATTERNS! ?V* * * * * * * * * * 5c And a Great Many Other Things in Proportion. Druyjiy anJ^Lifiontr. The Drug Law is Passed H ENCEFORTH every druggist, by Ian?, is obliged to handle drug's of the finest quality. The store that receives the largest patronage now, will be the one that tenders you the most courtesies, dispenses the quickest, and carries the fullest line of drugs. You knot*' ui In Hie pait. Wt xftlcomt you In tht futurt. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••9 We Have All Kinds of Feed __ J _ firm . — „. — . — _. — — ...... -—• ' — — • — —-.-— — «^^t • • XA ' ROLLED BARLEY The sight of it will make your stock fat RECLEANED WHEAT CRACKED CORN FEED MEAL MIXED CHICKEN FEED SEED BARLEY and WHEAT PRATT'S EGO FOOD EGO MORE COULSTON EGG FOOD OIL CAKE BEEK SCKAL* GRITS and SHELLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD PRATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer Before buying call and get prices SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING CO. >••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••••••••• • | A. P. Kerckhoff JH. M. HOUM.T j l .V. ii. Holiday .1 . K. Klliott Marco il. H«:Umdii (jco. Ii. Anderson right: a <•! caj, place; 11C, 000 COVINA KKAi.TV CO., <y iJoutflm 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--Mome

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