Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 15, 1908 · Page 5
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(local Events, V):==^^i^ ( v | ,g«« v -~r- —.;--. We are bore to stay Covina Pharmacy. Mrs. M. M. Knapp of Los Angeles, is the guest this week of Miss Hawks of San Diiuas. Miss Florence Htieln of Ontario, is spending a week with the Misses Coulter. Mrs. Pontius of Riverside is spending a week as the guest of Mrs. O haver. The Covina Co. will sell yon a lot in the Covina Villa tract and advance you twice ns much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. Mrs. G. D. Jennings spent Thursday in Pasadena, being one of the guests at a reception given by Mrs. A. L. Hamilton, formerly of Coviua. Miss Emma Riehl of San Jose, Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern Star, was the guest on Sunday of Mrs. Anna Dreher Dudderar. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Drehora ml Mrs. E. S. Ware were 'guests on Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. F E, Dudderar. Our chocolates and bon bons, made daily, none hotter. > 2 pound box 25c, 1 pound box 50c. Palace of Sweets. Miss Love Seymour of Claremont College and Mr. Abner Miller wore guests over Sunday of Paxtou Carna- lian. The Rev. J. W. Utter and a party from LosAngeles attended the Brooks Bros, meeting on Tuesday evening at the Christian Church. C. W. Potter, hardware merchant, lias been spending the week with relatives near San Diego. This is the first, vacation this enterprising merchant has taken from business for many mouths. Tulare County Lands: $50 to $90 per acre with water. Undeveloped land in artesian district $20 to $40, any size you want, any kind of terms. J. H. Matthews, Covina. Phone .5008. Miss Eess Mathilde Welch of Los Angeles, teacher of voice, is in Co vina Wednesday of each week, at the home of Mrs. Marshall Whitsel. Those desiring to study please com. -nuiitfBat«rwttb Mrarfobitsel or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. John Upham Wallace, whose sensational midnight' marriage to Miss 1 Et i h Eollefson at San Diego waa chronicler! in last week's Argus, was arrested yesterday on a charge of insanity, sworn to by his former employer, Geo. W. Griffiths. Dr. O. P. Shoemaker left this week on a business trip to Clay Center, Neb., his former home. While in the East this time he expects to close out all hia business interests in Nebraska, and if successful in this he will upon hia return make extensive investments in Southern California. Miss Beulah Wright, a reader, dean of College of Oratory, University of Southern California, will give an evening entertainment at Glendoj-a Opera House, Friday, Feb. 21, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church. Tickets for sale at Hall's drug store, 50c and Business better than ever. Pharmacy. Covina Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McDowell of Clay Center, Nebraska, have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. O, P. Shoemaker at the ranch homo on the corner of Second and Puente streets. Mr. McDowell is a director of the Commercial State Bunk of Clay Center. They are so well pleased with Southern California that they have already purchased a lemon and orange grove and we hope to see them soon necom« permanent residents, as they have already spent several winters here. Among the new arrivals this week are Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hovde and six children of Fowler, Colo. Mr. Hovde is tho new owner of the Benedict orange grove on Cypress avenue, a subdivision of the J. H, Kims ranch. For the present Mr. and Mrs. finvde will reside in town, having rented ot J. H. Matthews a residence on Flast College street. During the week about liriOO citizens and school children have been in attendance at the exhibition of pictures. The entire fund received through thft bale of ticket/* comet) back into the .schools in the purchase of pictures, and the philanthropic citizens could not better perpetuate their good will and interest in the education of the children thari by helping this movement in .-chooli r.f.m decoration, i\hich i.i engiti/iii^ the attention of many >-ain>'ht [ '-o|,le iii other fit if •-,. lJetn.it Free I'M-.--. See thli e.ihir.it at ! h>- ( ' ,', i i,a 1 1 U'b Hchool, 1-L-b. Kt.-jii. Mrs. Clarence Menefee was the guest this week of Mrs. B. M. Given. Mrs. Rosenthal of Los Angeles f.s the guest of her daughter, Mrs, Cline. Special Notice --Sweet cream on sale daily at the Palaoe of Sweets. Miss Pomeroy left last Tuesday for Portland, Oregon. Business better than ever. Covina Pharmacy. Mrs. Geo. Anderson is entertaining a sister from Los Angeles. Fresh goods received daily. Covina Pharmacy. Shrimp salad, ices and every deli- racy of the season served with Sunday dinner at the Veudome. Mrs. Hugh Casa spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Kurikol, in Los Angeles. Mrs. G. N. Atwood and 'jer son, George, have recovered from their recent illness. Mrs. C. S. Beardsley is still seriously ill with no change for the better or worse. Miss Natalie ' Wright of Pomona was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Jen- niugs on Sunday last. Phil and Herbert Miller attended a reunion dinner of Northfleld, Minn., friends in Los Angeles last Sunday. Messrs. J. Gilohrist and Geo. H. Wilson were guests of Mr. Jacob Brunjes on Thursday last. Charlie Houser has returned from Northern California and is the guest of relatives in Coviua. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and daughter, Miss May, of DesMoines, Iowa, spent several days this week with old friends, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Butler. No need of missing that car. By calling at the Coviua Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop., you cnn secure a Pacific Electric pocket time table. Master Reginald White has been seized with a slight case of diptheria. The disease was attended to in time and is yielding quickly to medical skill and careful nursing. Mrs. Clark of Detroit and Mrs. Guienfey of St. Paul., who are touring California with headquarters at Long Beach, were guests this week of their nephew, Rev. Paul Stevens. >Clarenoe M. Myrle, cashier of the •ftmrk of San Bernardino, spent--the- week end with relatives, Mrs., Rosa C. Clarke and family. The Good Roads Commissioners of Los Angeles county were in Covina on Thursday last and were luncheon guests at the Country Club. J. M. Stan ton has been appointed registration clerk for the Covina precinct. You must be registered before you can vote at the forthcoming national election. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of Camderi. N. Y., who are wintering in California, have arrived to spend two weeks, guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Donglass. Mr. D. Johnson, of Ontario, Can ada, was the guest this week of his obi friend, W. H. Collins. Mr. Johnson is in the fruit business and is studying it from a California point of view. Mrs. Ida Zug, Deputy DiKtriot President of the order of Rebekahs, accompanied by Mrs. C. K. Crawford, (iruttd Marshal, and MnieH. G. Coalman and H. Lewis, went to A/usa on Tuesday night arid installed the officers of thfi Ax.una lodge. Col. and Mrs. Chapman are entertaining a hoime party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chapman of Los Angeles and their son and daughter, Mr. and Mr«. Mark Kelsey of Oakland, also Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Strohm an.l children of Chicago. Mines. Lardner and Dendee of South Dakota, now wintering in CalifoiDiu, with headquarters in LOH [Angeles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Wm. Crook on Thuraduv. The : above ladies are cousins at MTH I Crook's mother, Mrs. ilawku, who j has been seriously ill for Homo time. ! MiHH Mary Oowens of Kedlanda will be the guest next, week of Mrs. W. (',. Conley. Miss (Jowens baH 'charge ot the muHieul services of the Iiodlands Presbyterian Church and Covina people will have the opportunity of hewring her One contralto voice on Tuesday evening at the the Chris tian Church. All the pictures are reproduced diif-ctly fioi/i the <.nginaln by the most ccihiitilli: and inoilein melhofis of repriiijue.t ion. They are illustra live objects of umbl v.N-' inteieil. atj'l 'f grhat eilurutiori'il value, and >•-.[,ecial I v suitable for >,!•!.o ,lixon, decoration. J'iovidei ; ce Sunday Teli-gram. See this e\hi hit at f h»- < 'ov in a High S.-ho..!, Feb. 1.) -JJ. OUR AdTENS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Browfl & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Quality is the foundation of the permanent success of any store. Fresh oysters in bulk 25o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Fresh goods received dally. Covina Pharmacy. Brooder For Sale Good as new. Enquire of Clark & Douglas, Argus Bldg., Coviua. Eagle brand oysters and the best families in town, always fresh. Palace of Sweets. Winnifred Wilkins of Highlands is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. R. Evans. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Paulin of Upland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wyeth. Read what B. F. Taylor has to sny in this issue about cheap dry goods at Glendora. For Sale No. 1 Burhauk seed potatoes. Abner Miller. Home Phono 3276. 2-2!) Ou Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Webb of Los Angeles wero out visiting old time friends. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract anp the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. Shrimp salad, icon and every delicacy of the season served with Sunday dinner at the Vcndome. Mrs. Martin of Chicago, arrived in Covina last Saturday and will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Ennis. Mr. and Miss Wainright of Winchester, 111., are guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Layman. No need of missing that car. By calling ut the Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, prop, you can secure a Pacific Electric pocket time table. Mr, and Mrs. W. Q. Custer and guests. Senator and Mrs. Croekey of Garfleld, Wash. . took tbfe trip round the kite ^haped track on Monday lost. Mr. and Mrs. Huff of Long Beach are spending the week end with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Eyman Huff. Mr. W. A. Layman has been suffering this week from the effects of a fall from a wagon which proved more serious that was at first supposed. Mrs, R, Crawford, who had a paralytic stroke five weeks ago, in still confined to her bod unconscious with little hope of her recovery. The Covina Valley Farmers Clnh will moot at two o'clock this afternoon at the residence of Mr. A. C, Anderson on W. San Bernardino road near A/.usa avenue. Como and Hee what their meetings are like. The regular meeting of the Covina Republican Club will be hold on Tuesday evening in the A.O. U. W. Hall. A full attendance is desired as matters of groat importance will bo considered. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous, bore to st«y. Covinn We nre Pharmacy. Tbo finest oysters in bulk 2[>o A dozen nt the Depot Grocery. For Snie Jersey cows with calves. iH ranch, tf Wanted Work: Anything, anywhere; pucklnK hnu.it preferred. A. C. HOOORNPYK, HotellVemlome Phone 107$ If You Want Us to Help You Save Some Money open an account with this bank. A bank account in not only the idtal method of conducting your businens but the safest, an well. The best recommendation you can carry about with you is a bank book. The deposit entries ther-in bespeak well of your industry energy and ambition. If you have not yet made the start of an account wish thi^ bank do so at once. (ovifldYdlley Savings Bank (Junther's sweets nro puro and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. For Sale- A good milch cow. Phone 1211. W. K. Emory. For Sale— -Top btiKK.V only used one your 150. Percy ZiiKi ttlondora. Phono oG9. (!ood, K<Mitlo surrey horse for .salo at, a bargain. Inquire at lumber yard. For Sale —Second Krado potatoes, &1.00 per sack. W. M. Warren. Telephone Homo 3100. Dry Goods cheap at Glendora. Attend the 13. F. Taylor stock reduction sale, Fob. IB to Mar. 1. For Kale -Fresh cow. Apply to Mrs. Sarah Matney, seotiiul house west of Fabriok's store. Itp Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract and the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. For Salo Navel and Valencia nursery stock. W. L. Hollar. Phone 3055. tf Have your rubber tires set, by Wilson's rubber tire Hotter, the only one of its kind in the valley. tf. The Covina Valley Savings Bank offers you a safe investment for your idle funds. We pay •! per cent. Start au account today. For Lease Four Htmn f?ontlo work mules witli harness, at reasonable figures. Apply to Douglas & Clark, Argus building. Matt Chilton. tf For Saie — Standard bred horse. A uplendid driver. Inquire of owner, W. M. Warren, Citrus avenue. Telephone Home 3190. Wanted — To buy' 20 to 40 shares Covina Irrigating Co. stock. Address J. B. Couletoti, Pasadena, Cal. ' tf "~ Pdf Rent — "A""c"oi3nfortBblj~ furnished room in good neighborhood. Mrs. W. A. Layman, first house west of Episcopal Church. * The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in tiio Covina Villa tract and advance you twice as much money IIH you pay for the lot to build a house For Halo - - Thoroughbred White Leghorn and Ulaok Minorca eggs for Hotting. Mrs. .J. Wholor, CyproHH avenue. Home phone 10i)8. !''or Sale --Standard bred trotting mare, sovon years old, gen nine gentleman's driver. Not afraid of earn or automobiles, Also buggy and harnoNH. For further information inquire D. Kyrnan Huff, manager Covina Fruit Exchange. For Halo-- EggH for hatching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard bred fowls: VVhite Kockn, White Miuorcas and White Leghorns. Young pullets for wile. HoiiHon A. Cleiiii'.nt.H, K. Hudillo ntreet. tf 1008 HKKD CATALOfilJK 100K — If you have not jet received our M'rf'd catalogue write Cor it at once and got your mimo on the mailing lint. Write if KpaniHh book JH preferred, iJohiiHon iV MiiHHor Hi-i'd Co., 113 No. Main HI., LOH Angelr-n, Cal. KggH For Hatching.- llron/.e turkeys, TulouHO goeHit, 1'nkin ducks, Indian ICiiuniT anil Kouen diicks, IJiii-n-d I'lymoiith KoitkH, Holt (Jr|jing ! tons, Light Diiihi/uiH, ' 'ohuiibian \\'yainlott«)H, White LoghuriiH anr) Black MlnorclMH. Tel. I I'JH. |{. ('. CasHd, Covina. 'j, '2H Fit/GoralrJ iV Hurry of 1'anadena loan mtjuey on nuichrx tind iiiipiiived real (!ntat(! at. loweHt c.iiiii;nt nttcs. | They -charge, no commiMHion. Write or toleiihoni- them at fanadrna or call up J. W, J'reutiHH, Covina phone 'Jl'il, and ank to have a ( cj.i itMr/na tive of the firm cull mi you. THE Covina Peoples Store (INCOKI'OKATKH) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY Extra Special Fancy Mercerized French Gingham All colors and in plaids and checks 35c to SOc values Only 25c Need a Toner? all run do><>i>? Tired Morning noon and night? tierOous, irrll- abls and lost nil your appetite? Try ALTI- TONE tht appetite, ntra\ a ht»m out the kinky nertlet , bulldM up the blood; In foot I* as uood at a IH'O H>eek'i Vacation. We personally guarantee tilery bottle. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••O We Move All Kinds of Feed '±±±±±±±i±and ROLLED BARLEY The sight of it will make your stock fat KKCLKANED WIJKAT CRACKICI) CORN PJOKD MEAL MIXI5D CHICKKN KIWI) SUED BAKLKY and W.1IKAT PK'ATT'S V 4 (\(\ KOOl) K(iCI MORI'} COUL.STON KO<; FOOD OIL CAKK I { KICK SCRAP ('.KITS and SHELLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD 1'RATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer Before- buying 1 call and g^t prices SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING CO. V. I F(/r Htil<; 'JO acres. ! grov«:, ') VfileneiiiH, \ v.ater fJKht in front len li year old ! laveln; good \ belt. I'ricc j 1 10 acrei; some oranges, nome v;al ' iinlH, home peacher . fln'i giapi- land, A/u*iii wall i right; hmiHe und barn' an,I all fenced I'.r chic.kenr., cbcap, A. I'. Kerckholf . . . H. M. Hollni: T .1. ( . Huu.hii'vii , ,1 r . l .V. M. < ,ri.->.-. old A. 1' Kvrt. kh',1! il. M. Ho,,,.:r '/.'. il. Hoi.i'iay ( ; ( lol fjOxlfiO: puce .JlO.,l). A.,.,;. ( ,».-.ni- r J''ine I'.I <•!',•••• in. <i,d';. .Ml k ind- -,t |./ ,| I'M v at b,•/.<••,( ! i^ i. •;•,;,.., 1 '"''••'• 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 sue- cessful issue any business entrusted with them. Call and List Your Property or phone 88--tlome H. Hr.'lill..,IJ h. Ai.d..;. 4 ., ( i CO'.' I \ \ I: I. -J.'l 'i <<>., ( 'l.ii k .'. |y.,iii.;i,i-..

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