Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 25, 1908 · Page 8
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###•###### ######"*## • Social ###*###-#####•#*•#### Mrs. Hum Asohetihrf.'imrir cntf.' r;rl witli it plfflSfitif, litllf t.llilnliln jiitrl.y 'ID Wwlrifwlny iiflf;rnoon. !?<•- Mmes. Louis HfirriH, KaU'kin, Ilfiitli. V.-iii Vliot,, Alot.urr mid On Saturday t>vr>ning, Jim. IB, Rome of the young society net, very pleasantly surprised Miss finrtrnd*' Hulce, the occasion b'.'iiiK to c-.ele- .te her sixteenth birllidny. The \V(IH sfient. in phiyinK pnrlor RefrcHhments f.onsisM'.iK of f.iikr; and ife nri'atn vvr-re servnd, UK birthday enko bein« decorated with sixteen candles. Aftfr the refresJi- m«!tif.s, Hcvenil Helectioiis were rendered oii the piano. Those present, wcrn the Misses Col linn, Cronse, Ilod^es, Kin«, Hutler, Fennom, Hull, Htnith; Mr;Hsrs. Carl Leehrick, Taylor, Hull, Leobrick, Wnlerhnuse, Wilson, Adsit, Noil. Trolley Party. On iSunday a nurnher of fjon An^e- lon people, K"OHts of'Mrs. M, J. Cool- rnan, constituted a trolley party that spent the day in Covina. They enjoyed a splendid luncheon at Hotel Vnridwne and fipont the afternoon in iiuto rides through the valley in machines placed at. the disposal of the party by Geo. Covert, the popular proprietor of the hotel, Mr. Nelson Hnodtfrass find Mr. HoraceHnod- Krass. They wore charmed with Covina and its environments. Among the many beautiful orange proves visited wa« that of the hostess, on Citrus avenue, one of the finest for its ago In the valley. The guests "^ Mrs, Coolman included: Mr. arid Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. James Hout.er, Mr. and Mrs. •John W. li'oley, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Taylor; Mmen. Jlet/el, Kiclmrds, Hade Kr>iacr, 10. I<](!karl and daughter Miss Lou from Kort Wayne, did., ('lark from Milwaukee!, Win., Misses Liiuni M. I'Viloy, and Violet HtiKlieH*, Messrs, 10, f.!. Coonley, (ieo. .lolin- HCIU, Lloyd Pell Asleep. On the dawning of beautiful Hutur- hiK "f January 18th, 1008, our beloved neighbor, friend and Virol,her fell usloep Cyrus II. Morion. He WIIH nearing IIJH 78th hlrth- day. Ho was born near Louisville, Ky., March 1, I8,'(0. He was married to Healer J3. Hhephcrd May •), lHfi'2. They began married life in La (irange, Mo., near Quimiy, 111., thiiH having lived together in beautiful c.ompaiiioiiHhip over 55 yours. To them were horn five HOIIH and live daughtera, nine of whom are now living, one having died in infancy. Until thiH aged couple oame to California Homo two yeans ago they had lived their entire married life within twenty-live miles of whore they were married, never having been suparatod from cnoli other for longer than one week at a time. Four of their uhild run were at A/usu at the time of the father's departure, his mm, William, Mini wife Hpending the winter in California. Three children now live in (.^uittc.y, 111., one in Kaunas ami one in Nebranka. This godly man and wife were liupti'/.eil into Cbvint im>n» than twenty-llvo yearn ago by Kvnn- H. A. Northi'utt. Tu have tl>« ge of being a guest at the home of thin Christ like uouple \VIIH huloiul n benedietion, for the theme of cuii- vet'Nation that numt duliuhted theno godly people was 4hut |)ui'taining to the "tliinga above." Of our departed brother we wish to pay this humble mid truthful tribute: Never him it been our pleuuure to meet a man who had a stronger faith and childlike tniHl in (iod than did Kutlier Morton. Out) time wheu lying ill weaakedhim what physician'H care he was under. He looked at me straight and pointed upward, saying: "I'm in tlui Lord's can'. When lie can't curt! mo I am ready to go." Again he wan a man of deep spirituality and reverence, and when able wan ii 1 c.iiistaut attendance upon worship in (ind's hoiihit!. ()ui' brut line \viis a man of very .strong convii'tioiiti :unl everyone knew just where he .stuml on the great moral is.-jui'i of the present da>. Now his work on eaiih is linished, He wa.s reinly when (I'nl culled him. Tiie >:?id caiiu; pleae>antly, peacffully, and, fully cun.si'iou.s, he pul .,iit his bunil to his heluvcd iii;ed emupiinion, saying, "(joodbye," an.I in a mum out llu- tpirii returiii'd to the Hnd guve it. WILL s. r ni:i;. Instructive Interesting "Correct English-How to use it." A Monthly Ma^iixitie Dfvotwl to the I,"sc of Knxlish 'KINK 'n;RCK OAKKH,'mitor I'AKTIAL CONTKNTH (}nw\nn and Anwsera. T/ie Art of (;'oriverfial.iot). Hhfill and Will: Hhoiild ami ! Would: How to f'se (hem. I'ronounfiiaf.ions (Century Dictionary/. (Jorrent lOiiK'ish in the Home. Correct, KnuliHh in the .School. What to Hay and What, Not to Hay. Course in Grammar. Course in Letter Writing and I'unctiial ion. JJusinefis Kn^liflh for tin; Husiruss Man. Corni/ourid Words: How to Write Them. Studies in English Literature. AOJONT9 WANTED 81.00 a year, Hend 10 cents for wimple copy. Correct English, Evanston, III, Pay WJtfi Check or Scrip, ^-f \, C / I ' • ' 4 r-'' J City fax** may be pnid In either! ''J/Jf6jtft^&eWftfg/ checks or scrip. L 'I—' .. . '"-"^ urer. J.C. Flufhin,.,,,, Jr., City Trftas . i ™ 9 s ->«'h HH. street >-< An* e ,e,, Ce.. Strong, original, practical, SIXCKSS- i-fi,. "RKTTKKXF.HS" its distinctive fjualiiy. Open entire year beyin when re;ariy. POSITIONS SKCURKD. Write us to-dnv. T. f'. KHJrly, Tnx f ^l Thf Coviiiu Yallry Suviiitfs Hunk uffcr.s you u sail- im rM inrnt fur your idlo funds. \Vv 1'iiy 1 IHT O'.ut. fcjturt uu uueuuiit loduv. Say! .Mr* IRancbcr You are conducting- a big biiMincHH—more money invested than many business houses—do a good deal of correspondence, don't you? Do you always have suitable paper handy when you wish to write? Do you know that we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper uiifl envelopes, neatly printed with your name or the name of your ranch, plac 1 ; of residence and date line, cheaper than you can secure tablets and envelopes in small quantities? This will make your correspondence businesslike and more convenient. * . C.OVTNA ARGUS. PRINTERS # # * ############ #•# # # # * We Keep Only the PUREST DRUGS ifid pug Mil J. C. .VALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK Jahnsan &, iNigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af all Kinds All kinds of jobbing carpentering ! Q and cabinet worlc. c , , Specialty Store and Office Fixtures, j Shop on Citrus Ave Howeii & Howeii 3f James Corbett BREAD 9 General EileiclcsmltHing All kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing'. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks a.ad Box Presses Horseshoeing o Specialty Home Phone 6«J Shop West Badillo 8t, Caving Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT „• Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The rij^ht goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 Celebrated Kentucky Jack at the Chapman Heights Ranch A. limited number of horses and stock rpreived for oasture. REO PRICES Runabout $675.00 Touring Car $1400.00 H. D. Blanchard, Agent IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler False Reports For some iinancoun'able reasons reports liaVe been circulated during tin? pafit week that I expected to leave Covina. The same are without the slightest foundation and could only have been started by persons desiring 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 !>ll 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 Covina IDallcy Savings $anh OFFICERS AND, DIRECTORS A. P. Kcrckhoff, President H. M. Houser, Vice-President W. H. Holliday Marco H. Hellman Geo. E. Anderson J. C. Hutdiiiison, Jr., Cashier W. M. Griswold, Assistant Cashie: Interest Paid on Deposit Money to Loan on First Mortage Real Estate SOMETHING NEW! Are you interested in Saving Fuel and Labor In your home? If so, come and see djtnonstration of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE Sparr Fruit Co. We will pay the highest market price for ORANGES Our references: TIIK GROWEKS \\hohave done business with us. Packing House and Office, Ax.usa Ave. Telephone 1035. — 1.0CAI. KHt'KKSKN T ATIVKS—- HEATH BROS. & COLTRIN Good Groceries *We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, haras, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. BEN F, THORPE Successor to J. R. ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sizes of well cured pipe always in stock. EXCAVATING AND HEAVY GRADING Building Blocks, Cement Fence Posts, Cisterns Branch Yard in Glendora. Home Telephone 4037 Agent American Disappearing Beds Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. COVINA, Building Contractor CAL. Pancake Season IS UPON US Our stock is replete with good things in this line, Pure Buckwheat Flour (in bulk) H. O. Presto Flour Selfrising pancake flours, such as: B. B. Buckwheat Peacock California Flapjack (OYiOd PtelM(y E. U. Smith, Prop. Syrups, Sorghum and Honey Once a consumer of yas, always a yas enthusiast. Order now. Cov/inei Valley Gas Company Puro Maple Syrups (in all sized cans* Suyar Syrups Corn Syrups. Genuine Old Fashioned Sorghum Fancy White Hone.—strained and in comb Brown 8? Bohri GROCERS

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