Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 8, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, February 8, 1908
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al £ vents, Business better thfln ever. Pbarmacv. Covina We are here tfi stay Coviua Pharmacy. ' Miss Hazel Clifford has been this week with quinsy. ill Miss May Coffiman is entertaining young lady friend tbJs week. Valentines. All kinds. Covina Mrs. D. E. Huff spent several days j Pharmacy, this week with relatives in Long Beach. The Misses Margaret Rolbe and Charlotte Lewis of Ontario were week end guests of Miss Mabel Smith. Good, gentle surrey horse for sale at a bargain. Inquire at lumber yard. Jim Schenck of Wbittier spent Thursday with his parents in Covina. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hulce and the Misses Hulce were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Parker of Gleudale. A. C. Hoogendyk has returned from Olendora to make his borne again in Covina. We are glad to contradict a rumor which caused much anxiety this week, that Mrs. Bemis was seriously and hopelessly ill. The members of Holy Trinity Church choir are entertaining their congregation with a reception at the Womans Club House this evening. Mrs. I. I. Cook and a party of friends went into the city on Wednesday evening to attend the performance of "Mme. Butterfly." C. E. Bemis has been confined in a dark room several days this week with a severe inflammation of the right eye. Mrs. L. M. Jefferies was in Coviua on Monday last, having cntno up from Long Beacli to attend the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Damerel. George Atwood, Jr., is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. His mother baa been ill this week with la grippe. J. R. Hodges having completed a garage on bis First street property, is now building a handsome bungalow on the same lot. Miss Pomeroy leaves on Tuesday for Portland to visit her brother-in- law. Bishop Scaddiug of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon. She will return to Covina. Tiilare County Lands": *50 to 890 per acre with water. Undeveloped land in artesian district $20 to 840, any» size you want, any kind of terms. J. H. Matthews, Coviua. Phone 5008. Guests at the home of Mrs. Van Vliet for several days this week were her sister, Mrs. Crabb and baby, and Mrs. Harry Russell aud baby, all of Pomona. Messrs. Crabb arid Russell came over to spend Sunday. The evangelistic services at the Christian Church were attended on Wednesday night by a party from El Monte headed by Rev. and Mrs. Smith and one from Glendora under Rev. and Mrs. Robert Grieve. Mrs. Martin of Chicago, who will be warmly welcomed by many friends of Covina, where she has spent two winters, will arrive next week to spend the rest of the winter with Mrs. Euuis. A well attended and busy meeting of the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian Church was held at the home of Mrs. C. E. Bemis thia week. It was decided to hold the annual chicken pie supper on the 21st of February. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stilgeboner aud Laby, who lately vacated the Gauldin cottage on First street, left last week for their eastern home on account of the illness of Mrs. Stilge- boner, who is obliged through heart weakness to live in a higher altitude. Now is the time to plant your garden. Inquire at the Coviuu Floral Nurseries, curnbr of First and San Berdarnino road, where you will get a square deal. Hoses, carnations, pansies, etc., in stock. Walnuts in large or &mall quantities. Itp Sister Marie Koeek of Philadelphia, who has charge of a hospital for the cure of tuberculosis, was the guest of Mrs. W. H. Collins this week. She has come West to study the treatment of that and to visit tho Barlow and oilier institutions of a similar purpose. On account of ruin there was no quorum aiid consequentIy no meeting at the Monday Afternoon Club this week. Next Monday the session will begin at •i'.'M promptly and will consist of a coukery demonstration by Mrs. M. M. Knapp of Los Augtles on ".Simple Break IM-hes. " .Mr*. ,J. B. U'ii-,.,i, ..»}'-'.'i^>Uauia, who ha.- t.een sf.i-nding a week al \'i:,- h'.iiic ;.f ht-r c..i)-,in.-!. Mr. and .Mi-,. <). 1'. :-,ht.t-n,;;ker, h-ti M-M.iday t.,i Oakland. Sin- I.T making a u-ai'.i t"in- i,t the Kiri.'ii ci.ast ami !-> \.-ry /ajuch ehaiLutd with '.Li-. 1 cali'y. W. Waterbguse Is on a several days' business trip to San Diego. He expects to be home on Sunday, Mrs. C. S. Beardsley is still dangerously ill with but little hope entertained of her recovery. Mrs. Robert Taylor of San Bernardino road, who has been seriously ill tins week, is now much better. Mrs. Louis Harris is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Goooh, at Rivera. Shrimp salad, ices and every delicacy of the season served with Sunday dinner at the Vendome. T. Fitzgerald and J. P. Wood left, on Thursday for New Mexico to tako charge of some railroad work. The Rev. Alfred Fletcher was in Corona yesterday officiating at the funeral of R. F. Billings. John Fries, who has been in G'o- viuu for about a year, left yesterday fur San Diego, and from there he will return East. 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. Rev. and Mrs. Gage entertained at dinner on Friday evening, their guests being Prof, and Mrs. A. H. Collins. The trustees of the Public Library acknowledge with thanks a donation of S19 from Mrs. Dana C. King and the Misses Lillian Douglas, Josephine Widiiey aud,Rea Elliott. E. C. (ialbreath of the firm of Fairly & Galbreath, electricians, loft this week for Denver to visit the home folks. He expects to be absent about four weeks. Mr. N. D. Mussey was in Los Angeles two days this week. His son, Bruce D. Mussey, returned with him and spent Thursday as the guest of his parents. Miss Goldie Rogers, who has been visiting with her uncle for the past year, left yesterday for her home iu Keifer, Okia. Miss Rogers' charming disposition has. made her many friends in Coviaa who regret her determination to return East. Monday evening the members of Canton Covina, 17 California, P.M., I.O.O.F., will hold its annual inspection of officers. The installing officer will be Col. H. Brown. Capt, C. F. Clapp desires a full attendance. Miss Bess Mathilde Welch of Los Angeles, teacher of voice, is iu Co viua Wednesday of each week, at the home of Mrs. Marshall Whitsol. Those desiring to study pleuse communicate with Mrs. Whitsol or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. WANTED — A good boy to learn the printing trade and incidentally to make hirnseU' generally useful. Wages $3.00 a week, with a rise of 50 cents a week every three mouths. This is a good opportunity for the boy who wants to learn a good business. Argus office. All our citizens will learn with regret that Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menofee have removed to Los Angeles to reside. Mr. Menefeo having sold his interests in the Menofeo estate to hifi brother, Charles Monefee. Mi. aud Mrs. Menofee wuro universal favorites among tho young married sot. They will be at homo to their friends at '14,'il Lander street, Los Angeles. Dr. Lewis S. Thorpe is the proud possessor of a handsome four-cylinder Mitchell runabout with jockey seat. It's a hummer aud the envy of all his less fortunate neighbors. The doctor is enjoying all the experiences of owning an auto, being pulled Saturday evening by tbo police at AI ham bra for alleged spending, threo hours after purchasing tho machine. He is now entitled to become a member ami enjoy the, privileges of the Covina Auto Club. A borao attached to a buggy, the property of d. H. Corp of Kl Monte, became frightened al an approaching auto tiit Citrus avenue on Sunday (stoning and throw tho occupants of tin- bugi/y, an elderly lady and a hoy, out. The home dashed down (.'itrus cast of liadill'i and wan found the following .'norning unhurt, wilh the hiiggj intact, tied tu a telcgia|.h |.olr ah iii_'-ii ; ie ihe Soiilhei n Pacific iiack at Ba.--e't. if aftciwaid.i learned !hat tht- !,.!-(• »-toj.£,;•<] on the i!.i--.(-!l lalhoad ci • •<• - i oj.'. vvheru it. v a.-, .-ec.n ill .-?nlji !• I;! tin.'- i. i the engine- | (,f it wt-.-.t I. .iii, 1 |..i-.-ejii_'t r to nt'.p hi-i tiiiin and /emi •. •• riii.- animal ti<,in il<-. j.el j !• ,l< - J. ..nH I J.. OUR AGENTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Bfowi & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Fresh oysters in bulk 26o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Fresh goods received daily. Covina Pharmacy. Brooder For Sale -Good as now. Enquire of Clark & Douglas, Argus Bldg., Covina. Senator and Mrs. R. C. Croksoy, of Garfleld, Wash,, arc guests this week at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Custor on W. Badilln street. Buy a lot in the Covitia Villa tract atip the Covina Co. will build you n house on it. Shrimp salad, icos and every delicacy of tbo season served with Sunday dinner at the Vendomo. Mrs, Tlorst, and daughter Miss Lily of Pomona are keeping house for Mr. Mehaffey, whoso wil'o died lately, leaving two daughters. Tho editor and his wife wore entertained at dinner at the hospitable home of Mr. atid Mrs. .Joseph Heath on Wednesday. Mrs. F. J. Blanchard is in Pomona nursing her sou, H. D. Blanchard, who has caught, a severe attack of measles from his little boy. U. G. Kring and family and guests, Mrs. T. Fitzgerald and little daughter, have moved into thoir oottago on First st.root, lately tho property of Mrs. Chas. Gauldin of.Long Beach. Luncheon guests at tho homo of Messrs. Ralli and Ruble wero on Thursday Mme. do Brotteville, sou and daughter of Sail Francisco, and on Friday, Mr. aud Mrs. A. R. Evans. E. S. Robinson, who is now heavily interested in farming near Hauford, has been spending tho past week with his family bore. He will return north early next week. The newly elected officers of Covina Lodge, F. & A. M., wore installed Siitvirday evening: A. P. Coi- trin, W.M. ; R. O. Simpson, S, W. ; A. NigR, J. W.; T. F. Griswold, treasurer; B. M. Given, secretary. Clarence Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lamb, loft this week for Marysville, Cab, to visit his brother, who is secretary of the company controlling tho electric railroads in that portion of tho state. Ho wont via San Francisco and Kolsoyvillo. At. the latter place J. B, Lamb owns extensive landed interests. Otis Keeling, formerly of tho firm of Stantori Bros. & Keeliug, roturnod thin week from a visit to his old home iu Bolivar, Mo. Ho is delighted to bo back again amid tho sunshine and showers of California. Too inuch snow and zero woathor in tho East for our friend Otis. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard of Marion, Kansas, spent three days this week as tho guest of tho latlor's sister, Mrs. Paul Stevens. Mr. Blanchard is a prosperous lumber merchant and thoy aro wintering on tho coast, looking for a permanent homo. Thoy say that they hnvo soon no place they like as well as Covina and may settle here. Ben Franklin who used to run u newspaper down oust years ago, also edited an almanic which contained Homo wise sayings. Horo is one of them. "The way to wealth, if you desire it, in as plain an tho way to market. It depends chiefly on two words industry and frugality. Ho that gets all ho can honoKlly and saves all ho goto fnecessary expenses excelled; will certainly become rich." What Ben said was not only true at that time but. it still holds good at the present day. There is no bolter way to save <.hf«n to have a bank account you are not tempted to spend it. We v, ill be glad to have you stait an account, at. this hank. (flviodVdlley Savings Bank A. I'. Ker..khoti H. M. I (on ,.:;• . For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. We nrn here to stay. Covina Pharmacy. The finest oysters in bulk 2f>c n dozen at tho Depot Grocery. For Sale Jersey cows with calvos. Kiflgins ranch, tf. Gnnthor's sweets aro ptiro and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. Valoiitincs. All kinds. Covina Pharmacy. For Sale Second grade potatdes, 81.00 per sack. \V. i\I. U'arron. Telophono Homo 3100. liny n lot, in the Covina Villa tract and the Covina Co. will bnild you a house on it. For Salo - Navel and Valencia nursery slock. W. Li. Kclliir. Phono HOST). tf Have your rubber tiros sot, by Wilson's rubber tiro Hotter, the only ono of ibi kind in the valley. tf. For Halo-- Two rubber tired bug#!OH, nearly now, at remarkably cheap figure. Son ,'IamoH Corbolt., the black .smith. lip The Covina Valley SiivingH Hank offers you n safe investment, for your idle funds. We pay -1 per cent. Start, an account, today. For Lease Four HHIUI gentlo work mules wilh harness, at reasonable figures. Apply. to Douglas it Clark, Argus building. Mail Chillon. tf We have several cash buyers for residence lot.s and ranch property. Also from SI 000 to SfiOOO to loan on first, mortgage. 1. C. Fairly (Jo. For Salo -- Standard bred horse. A splendid driver. Inquire of owner, \V. M. Warren, Citrus avenue. Tele- phono Homo .'U!)0. Wanted— To buy 20 to 10 shares Covina Irrigating Co. stock. Address' J. 13. Collision, 1 Pasadoria, Cal. tf For Rent— -A comfortably furnished room in good neighborhood. Mrs. W. A,, Layman, first house west of rt^»r**i J /"""Kn.toli ^.v}>.w fr V'»Ii« I *..»*. .......................... ,,!,<(•' i '/«:-> A. i' Krrr.kl.oft I. K. Kliiott H M. H-.i.,-r :,T;ir<o H. H.•),„.„,, '-'.• H. H,,..i<Jay (,..->. h,. Amlur v,., The Covina Co. will sell you n lot in the Covina Villa tract and advance you twice as much money as you pay for tho lot to build a house For Salo — Thoroughbred White Leghorn arid Black Minorca eggs for sotting. Mrs. J. Wholor, Cypress avenue. Hume phono 1098. For Sale -My entire (look of Bull' Grplntgon chickens. Mrs. (Joo. Jeffrey, Rowland avenue, oast of Barranca. lip For Salo -Slnndard bred trotting mare, seven years old, genuine gentleman's driver. Not, afraid of ears or automobiles. Also buggy and harness. For further information inquire D. lOymnn Huff, manager Co vina Fruit JOxchnngo. For Sale Kggs for hutching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard bred fowls: White Hocks, While Minorcas and White Leghorns. Voting pullets for sale. Honson A Clcmcnls, 10. Badlllo street. tf 1!108 SKKU CATALOfilJK 1!)OH -If you have not yet received our seed catalogue write for it at once and get, your name on MID mailing list. Write if Kpr.nish book in pro forrod. Johnson A' Mussor Seed Co., li:i No. Main St., LOH Angeles, Cul. I'/ggs l''or Hatching.- Uron/.e lur keys, TulouHo goose, f'ekin ducks, Indian Hunner and Houen ducks, Barred Plymouth Hocks, Hull Orping tons, Light, BniliiiiHH, Columbian WyandoUes, While Leghorns and Black Minorcian. Tel. 1 1'JH. H. C, Cusitd, Covina. 'J '2H l''\t.'/.t jerald A Harry of Pasadena loan money on ranchen and improved real estate ill lowest, current, They charge HI, ('0111111148100. Write or telephone them at i'anadcna or call up J. W. Prontisu, Covina phone j'Jl'il, and ask to hiivu it i epi e.He.iila tive of the llrm call on you. J-OK SALK 1 room house, well .furnished, good bam and hhed, lot ; fjOx 1 7'», fenced, everything in good 1 condition, pi ice II 100. Almost, new 7 room residence and : hti n, lot. i'tllx 175, clone in, pi ice 'JO acie j'love; \, acres |emon«, i Valencia 1 !, II navels; flSlOOO cioj, on ti(-es: (.",',d hoiiie and bam, ample v.alei ilj.'lil, a l.alllaln at i! JO, Mjl), on ear ,' ti in,'-,. \i ncn .. all na'.'elr, v. i I h hom-e ami Lain, i/ii-a 'Aaie/ iij/hi. ; v, cioji. pi ice f, '.,. ' - : (-<>VI , \ l:r. \ I/I V ci>.. < 'lai /: ,'. I » ,ii/ltin. Covina Peoples Store | (INCORPORATKn) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY Souvenir Post Cards Covina Views Valentine Post Cards And ;i thousand other kinds WATCH FOR OUR HOSIERY AD IV! I i C V6l 1 Old knew that he rtas bashful so quietly sent him a Valentine and found out that v/ay, XlxlVC- you looked over my Valentines? They are go~ i n g fast which means that the l ast w '^ not ke as ood as the fi rs t, •••••••€••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••9 1 We Have All Kinds of Feed Seed ==== ROLLED BARLEY The si{fhl of it will make your stock fat KKCLKANKD WHKAT CRACKICI) CORN FICKD MKAf, MIXICD CIIICKICN FKKD SF,KD 15AKTJCY and WHKAT PRATT'S K(J(J FOOD K(;<; MORic eouivSTON locic; FOOD OIL CAR 1C UK 1C!•' SCRAP (iKITS and SII.JCLLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTKKNAKIONAL STOCK FOOD 1'RATT'S ANIMAL KKCJULATOK High Grade Fertilizer 'Huforc huyiny call and ^et prices 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 entrusted with them. Call and List Your Property r 7 or phone ftH--llome

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