Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 1, 1908 · Page 7
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 7

Covina, California
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Saturday, February 1, 1908
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•I A ###**####**##**.*## : Social Hews ####*############# Mrs. W. M. fJriswold entertained «t tea last evening, a few young ladies being invited to (o'ebnite the 17th birthday of her niece, Miss Ada Way. A glorious time wan spent with munic and games and afterwards the whole party adjourned to the Club House to bear the high Hehool debate. Those present included HIP. Misses Crook, ];atekin, Lcighlon and Fauldr-r. On Saturday evening Mrs. A. H. Collins entertained with a coxy and artistic violet dinner, her guests being Kev. and Mrs. Harry While, |{rn. and Mrs. Cage, Miss Craves of Los Angeles and Miss* Collins of Monrovia. Hand painted Japanese place cards graced the (able and the overling vvas spent delightfully with nnisic and singing. A merry parly of ladies met at, the borne of Mrs. C. 10. Crawford Wed nesday afternoon and whilcd away the time with thimbles and dainty needlework. JiofroHhrnenlH were nerved and those present, included Mmef. Clapp, 1'rather, Jlaxxard, Van Vlict, Arthur, Lougheod, W. JL Collins and the Misses Cook, JJfis- lings and llcrron. I'Vorn the filendale News we clip the following account of a reception given by Mrs. C. I' 1 . I'arknr at, her new and stately home in Ulcndalo: Very successful socially and otherwise was thfs charming reception given by tho Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society, on Wednesday afternoon in the. handsome homo of Mrs. (J. F. Parker on Central avenue, to the strangers and visitors among us, our teachers, club women, church workers and members of (-very wontan's fiociely and fraternity in fJlondalo, including guests from Tropico churches and Woman's Club. Mrs. Daniel Campbell, Mrs. S. Lawrence Ward and Mrs. C. K. Parker stood in thin receiving lino, and Mrs. Frank Albright, Mrs. M. P. Ilarrifion, Mr.s. Mary Fisko and Mrs. Thos. Ogg looked after the serving of ten and cakes hi Uie dining room. Several of the ladies woro busily employed with the many introductions and othora piloted tho lookout, parties to tho bright sun parlor and epncious rood' garden, from where, as tho day wura perfect, the nil-round .-«'low was ',i'. --^celled. For tho occasion the rooms had boon monttasto- luily decorated. The broad veranda was beautified with many potted plants, evergreens and swinging baskets of greenery. Tho drawing room was bright with Ard-K'ovin poin- setthtH and groups of graceful carrot fern from the canyons. In the dining room tho table hold a lovely mass of Princess violets as a center piece, jind violets woro daintily strewn over the embroidered tablo linen. MI-H. .1. W. I'arker furnished an in- Ht.rumontal number, and laughtor and conversation mado tho afternoon pans ttll too Hooii. Thm'o woro about one hundred and fifty present. New Schedule f-or Electric. Say! I * # # I<eave I<os Angeles <>:()() a. in. 7:05 H:10 9:20 10:.W 11:40 12:50 |> in. 2.(«) 3:00 3:45 4:30 5:15 r,:4". H:50 11:30 Leave Covina 5:50 a. in. 7:10 H:20 9:30 10:40 11:50 1:00 |). in. 2:00 3:10 4:05 4.50 5:35 d:30 7-.5O 10:00 « ffianckr Yoti nrc conducting a ))i« b\i«incr*s tiKirC money 5n- v«iHt«d than many l)U'iin«ss hotMies do n good deal of correspondence, don't you? I>o you always have suitarjle paper handy when you wish to write? Do yon know t.hat we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper and envelopes, neatly printed with your name or the name of your ranch, place of residence and date line, cheaper than you can Bcetire tablets and envelopes in small quantities? This will make your correspondence businesslike and more convenient. COVINA AK<;r;s, PRINTERS # # # # * # # # # # # * # * *! *! (ovioa Planing J. C. NALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing- carpentering- and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixtures. Howe!! & Howcll BREAD Bt Light, Sweet and Wholesome FKKSH RVKKY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's L Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. Valentines Instructive Interesting "Correct English-How to use it." A Monthly iSla^a/inn Diivotcil to tlm Umi of iMiK'linli JOSKI'IIINK TUKCK JJAKKK, K.litor PAUTIAL CU.NTKNTS (.Queries and AIIWMTH. Tin Art nt Cnn\ er.-al i' in. Shall and Will Should and Would : How to !'-„• ihem. Priilioiineiat ioiiM Century I'ii' liuiiaiy . Correct KngliMi in the Ibilne. Correct Kiigli^h in the School. What to Sa.\ and \\'hut Not to Si...-. ('i iiirsf in (irammur. ('muse in Letter Writing and Punctuation. liusine.-s l'°.liglinb ful llle ISllsini'iS Man. Comp..uiid Wi.rdo : Hnw to Write Them. Studies in Kn^'li'-h l.iti-iat ure. AtiKNTS 'AANTI-;i) il.OOu yi.-ur. Send 10 cents lor! 1 * feumplu copy. Correct UngUsh, L:\uustou, III Large Assortment To Suit All Tastes Beautiful, Artistic Inexpensive (ovina E. LI. Smith, Prop. «i Fine Shoemaking an Art It is considerably over a quarter of n century since our flrrn began manufacturing footwear, aruj while our be- Kinning was morleat in more ways than one, we can point, with pride to our record nnd say truthfully that "we never made a poor Nhoe. " While the si/e of our Hrfit factory and the short line of shoes we then nut out neern very : j ni!iSl in tho liKi'it of present coJiditions, we worked ju.sf. ;\n eorneHtly to please the trade then, making a few doxen.H of pairs of hhoes eiicli day, it 1 ! we do now in a factory with a daily rapacity of 8000 pairs. HbofiinakinK IISJH become one of the Arts- fine shocnrJikiMK is a Kine Art and in appreciated a.s Hiirh bv every v.<.;ner of a Hhoe that litn the fe«;t to a nieety, is made of the most carefully sijlectfd leather in both sole and upper, t<ive,H reasonable wear and J.H pnreliBsed at an honest price. Shoes of this character have always distinguished thin factory. We do not rob the shoe iti a single particular we use solid leather heels and one piece counters- do riot cut off the vamps, and do not use an ounce of shoddy material, which permits some shoes to be fine looking and yet to be sold very cheap. It is economy to buy a good shoe one that not only looks good, but ishuilt on honor. Our reputation for honorable and good sboernaking is of years' standing and extends from Alaska to South America, from coast to coast and in many foreign lands. We sell to the retail trade exclusively. Xo jobbers handle any of our shoes. UT54 & DUNX. Acme Cushion Sole F, E WOLFARTH ., Jeweler .. Large and complete stock of everything in the line. Repairing of all kinds. Fine watch work a specialty. t Citrus Avenue Covina. Cal. Shoes. Are acknowledged to be Llio easiest, healthiest and best wearing shoes mad. PersoriH who walk much or stand much Hulfcr from the jar of I be sensitive nerves, producing extreme weariness, imperfect, vision and other troubles directly traceable to exhuus- ti^ii of the nerves on which their whole weight rests. The "ACM 10" Cushion Hold Shoes contain a fine Australian wool felt, cushion insole that is soft anil absorbs moisture. It prevents cold, 'clammy feeling of a damp stocking on a hard leather insole. Tho felt cushion increases circuhitic u of blood, and that strengthens and stimulates the. nerves. It also prevents tbe -jolt on tl^perves caused by the wearer^s weight coming clown on thorn thousands of times H day, as in the ordinary «boe. The foil being a non-conductor of boat or cold makes this shoo suitable to wear tho year round. The "TURN" is made with a hoavy, flexible sole. Silks. Silk is tho .strongest of all tho materials used by tho dry goods trade. When adulterated with cotton, glue and cheap dyes it ia about tho worst. Tliero are several makes of good silks which are. sold at ro- liablo stores. Wo will bo pleased to show you thoHO goods. Boys' and Men's Clothing. Wo offer boys' kneo panta suits, nearly all wool, two pairs pants and cap, *:•!. 85. This suit, la Mold in m-iny places at Iti. 00. Wo olfor so mo splendid values in uum'ti suits and ovtircoats, among thorn soivio ovorcoats Hold at 8UO and 8!1") by city atoros, at halt' their prico. (OVINA TRANSRR HUTCHISOI! BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving-, Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SKRVICK. PRICKS RIGHT. Office on citrus Ave. (oviiid, (dl. Home Phone 108 Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 Shoes. Old Lailios' Cnuit'ort Hlioos, runl.itr hcols, ^(Hxl #') values, Iminl turn Hulus, «1.8f). I&.OO rul)bt>r bouts ?-1.00. Choiuu of any $5 shoo iu tho IIOIIHO, nxcopt KaiiK»ro«, at 11.00. Bin lino hiKh ti>P boots at t'Jl.rtfi ami up. Hoys' J'J.nt) shoi'ri $1.1)5. Spb'inli.1 vaUie.s in winil iuuU'i'wt'i\i', I'fihu't'vi. Dry Goods REO PRICES Runabout 5675.00 Touring Car S1400.00 H. D. Blanchard, Agent 809 South HIM Street Lot. Angeles, Cat. Strong-, original, practical, SUCCESSFUL, "BKTTKKNKSS" its distinctive quality.-- Open entire year—begin when ready. POSITIONS SKCUKBCD. Write us to-dav. Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave James Corbett General BleioksmltHing All kinds of g-eneral and heavy Ulacksuuthtng. We manufacture Ridkers, Orange Racks and Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 6i Shop WCM Badillo St, Csvina WomansClub House ONE NIGHT OJ*LY MONDAY, FEB. 3 Special engagement of this season's geategt success, THE MERRY MUSICAL FARCE COMEDV ARE YOU CRAZY? FRANK DAMSEL AND SEVENTEEN" OTHERS. All new musical numbers. See the Teddy Bear sensation. Pretty girls who can sing and dance. THE BIG MUSICAL FUN SHOW. Pricea, 35c and 50c; children 25c. 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 larg-e stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. BEN E THORPE Successor to J. R. ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sizes of well cured pipe-always ia stock. EXCAVATING AND HEAVY GRADING Building Blocks, Cement Fence Posts, Cisterns Branch Yard in Glendora. . Home Telephone 4037 Agent American Disappearing Beds Barn Phone 240 Res. Phone 198 CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. Feed and Sale Yards in Connection Fast and Gentle Horses, Careful Drivers Stylish Rtg-s W. Badillo St., on the new electric line. COVINA, PER THOUSAND FEET Celebrated Kentucky Jack Ladies' 'Jfu' t'leeVeleHS Vefl.-i, 7,"ie half dn/i'll, tin less sold. Men's Idaek cotton ho.-e 11.75 per i \ i>l mie di>/en. i 'I I t'l-nts per | air. liny in l.i>\ lol-,. All Unieta ladie.i' iinii.ll sllll.'i half l; (i. C. riets We rarry a \er.v lar^e stuck of Ihis »vell kle un make and \\ili tuinJMh any .style on ap )-i'ii\ai. Take lln-m hume and try them and it they don't suit, try another si \ !t>. £ 1. >HI to $;"i. Hi). I1\MV rl;ll[ i-. Nil i.lhlT tillll Uiub r.-i so lii,,-ial an olti-r. \i-\v liin nun's piij.-imaM and C'lui'tt full ilu--» Chills mid c.dlal?. Seveial III"A --!\lc.~. in liats, in 'clndiiiL: John I!. Stetson's at the Chapman Heights Ranch A. limited number of horses and stock r^reived for pasture. IF YOl' WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING dono, soc me bofuro you lot your job. GAS $1.5O Once a consumer of gas, always a gas enthusiast. Order now. Co\/ina Valley Gas Company BRASS MM and MACHINE SHOP "-'«r MANUfACTURERS or All work li'iuraiitood and price; GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work i'hutio M. F"e*tterns ca Furnished. C H Kistler CELLAR & THOMASON ^"^ »•• »».»%»' W'm ^^ m ^j u u j l )ai- t . OUIK .»ite S. I 1 . DcOjt Home Phone 2aV Coviua. < Coviua, Cal, /i

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