Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 22, 1908 · Page 3
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Covina, California
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Saturday, February 22, 1908
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local Events. Harry A men is spending the end with Covina relatives. Mrs. Geo. Ornhnm is spending the week end with friends iu Loa Angeles. Shrimp salad, ices and every deli- cany of the season served with Sunday dinner at the Veudotue, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Smith are entertaining for the week end a number of Pasadena friends. Mr. and Mrs. Omer ,Prescott were guests a portion of this week of Dr. Roxie Bates and other Covinn friends. Pure drugs at lowest prices. Covina Pharmacy. Born, t'.-> Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Ar- diaz, on Wednesday, Fob. in, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chntles , : Philemon on Feb. 3, a girl. Prescriptions accurately com- i pounded. Covina Pharamcy. i For Sal °" Na J seecl P° tatoefl ' 60c per sack. Alfalfa and barley hay. Mrs. H. M. Faulder in attending c A <j ra fton. Phone 2128. 31-4 the library conference at San Jose. Mr. Letton and sisters, Mines. week j Robinson and Kavanangh, are visiting relativse in Long Beach. ] Mrs. Goodrich, who is visiting her [son. Will Goodrich, is seriously ill with la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Suavely are rejoicing in the advent'of a nine pound boy, on the 10th iust. Mr. and Mrs. Bowers of Alhnmbra were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. PL Simpson on Sunday and Monday. Guests this week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. (lane are Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rider of Long Beach. j Mrs. C. A. Leighton entertained with a birthday dinner on Sa'urday A number of our people attended Robert Bnrdette's lecture, "Excess Baggage," given in the Auditorium, Los Angeles, Thursday evening. Roy Kistler can now be found at the Covina Pharmacy, where be will learn the intricacies of the drug business. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Coffin and daughter, Miss Ruby, were 'guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood. OUR AOTMS: Warner, WMbel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mrs. Blanchard has returned from Pomona where she has been nursing Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Blauchard and little son, all of whom have been suffering from the measles. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in the Covina Villa tract arid advance you twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. Our chocolates and bou bons, made daily, none better. !•_• pound box 25c, 1 pound box OOc. Palace of Sweets. The Misses Lola and Leola Irwiu have returned from Los Angeles, where they have been spending the week with friends. Messrs. Ralli and Rubie have been attending the dog show in Los Angeles this week. Their dogs were successful in carrying off several prizes. Mrs. J. A. Walton and Miss May Gowens of Redlauds spent several days tljis week as the guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Conley, attending the Brooks Bros, meetings. 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 500R. The family of Mr. Charles Stanton is quarantined for diptheria, his daughter being taken with tho disease Tuesday. The child is recovering. There is also another case in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Yarnell. Miss Bess Mathildo 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 communicate with Mrs. Whitsel or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. It is not generally known that the Pacific Electric Heating Company of Ontario have the best equipped foundry in Southern California tor making light high grade castings, either iron or brass. If you are in need of castings of this character it will be well for you to communicate with the above company. 3-14 Several parties from out of town have attended the Brooks Bros, meetings this week including one from the First Christian Church of LOB Angeles, headed by Rev. A. C. Smither on Tuegady night.. On Monday night an auto party of 15, led by Mr. Walters, was present and on Tuesday night a large party came over from Monrovia. The W.F. M.S. of the Methodist Church held an interesting meeting j at the borne of Mrs. E. A. Rich, February 19th. Subject, "Medical Missions." An all day meeting is anticipated for March, the exact time of which will be given later. Some of the nfilcerti and auxiliary branches of neighboring towns will be iu- vited to meet with the society upon that date. The thank offering service, of the Woman* Foreign Missionary Society, which was postponed on account of rain, will beheld in Ret.l's hail Sunday evening, Feb. -J'.ird. Mrs. S. M. Sherman of Korea, a very interesting speaker, will address the lubeiing. All are invited. At tbt: Kp^oith League ho'.li Mr.-;. Shi-;m ti- V.ill hddl'trhl tilt; Vomit? [«',[.It- ill tht- inti-ri'it ot thi n Aoi-k and mis rionary < I £-'Hn i/ati -n. \\ i- ~till have thi- ii'-- 1 . liint- '-aids tor titc .1 istr 11,'it ion. ( '• i:-a i'l.a: last in honor of the Misses Gleck of Los Angeles. Dr. G. D. Jennings attended last evening the alumni banquet of the University of Michigan at the Hoi Ion- beck, Los Angeles. Miss Mary Utter of Los Angeles has been visiting this week at tho home of Miss Mabel Houser and Miss Marian Johnson of Charter Oak. Miss Ellen Beach Yaw, who is in New York, has signed a contract with the Metropolitan Opera Company for the ensuing year. Guests at the homo of Mr. arid Mrs. H, M. Pioneer this week were. J. B. Adair of Long Beach and A. D. Knight of Pomona. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Smith last Saturday and Sunday were cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bulkley of Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Smith of Prosoect Park. C. A. Leighton is entertaining his mother and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Leighton and Mias Emily Leighton of Los Angeles for several days this week. Fresh oysters in bulk 25c a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Toilet requisites always on hand. Covina Pharmacy. Kagle brand oysters and tho best tn males in town, always fresh. Palace of Sweets. Buy n lot in tho Covina Villa tract nun the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. Shrimp salad, ices and every delicacy of the season served with Sunday dinner at tho Vendomc, i For Sale— Comfortable, five room residence in lino section of town, $1800. J. H. Matthews. Miss Lottie Stowoll is visiting her sister, Mrs. O'Hara, at San Diego, where sbo has removed from Charter Oak. Mr. Geo. Stowoll, formerly of Covina and Charter Oak, has sold his horuo'in Los Angeles and bought, a ranch at Riverside. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. ^N^^S.-*--W The finest oysters in bulk 2f>o n dozen lit the Depot Grocery. For Sale Jersey cows with calves. Riggins ranch, tf Gunthor's swoots are pure and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. For Sale- A good milch cow. Phono 1211. W. E. Emery. For Sale Top buggy onlv used (tleudora. Miss wash. one your $50. Percy Phone CO!). Good, Kcutlo surrey liorso for sale at a bargain. liiiiniro at lumber yard. For Sulo Second tfr 81.00 per .sack. W. Telephone, Homo IHflO. M, potatoes, Warren. That suit needs pressing and I have to wear it tonight. Oh yes! I will leave it at the tailor shop this morning and get it tonight. Schumin ife Sturdivant, tailors. Mr. and Mrs. David Perry from L'os Angeles and Miss Bertha Rhodes from Chula Vista, were enturtained at dinner on Sunday by Mrs. Mary Leebrick. Miss Mary L. Gillman, who is teaching in Hollywood, spent the week's end at her home, Ranch o' the Ridge. Miss Edith Wilson of Hollywood was her guest. On Tuesday last Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner attended a brilliant reception at Pasadena at tho home of Prof, and Mrs. A. L. Hamilton, formerly of Covina. About sixty-five guests were present. The Covina Bakery, Owen Grinor, proprietor, has moved into far more commodious premises, those recently vacated by the pool room adjoining the Welle-Fargo office. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Van Vliet entertained informally iu honor of her sister, Mrs. Crabb of Pomona, i with a thimble party. Refreshments were served. Mrs. F. M. Smith and son Frank R! have returned from Elsirioro and are again occupying their ranch home, corner of Rowland avenue and Sierra street. The Misses Mabel arid Gertrude Smith are guests of Mr. and Mrs, C. I. Smith of Prospect Park and joined a party to spend today snowballing on Mt. Lowe. The young ladies of Rev. H. W. White's Sunday-school class will entertain the young men at a leap year party on Thursday evening, Fob. 27th. The young ladies are making great preparations for this event. Mr. arid Mrs. C. B. Caeey were in Los Angeles Thursday in attendance on the funeral of a niece, Alma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Fischer of Temple street, Los Angeles. The girl, a child of thirteen, died of spinal trouble. Geo. Simeonnff, proprietor of the boot and sl.oe repair shop, has moved into the room recently vacated by the Covina Bakery. This gives him far more commodious quarter),. He had added a flue stitching machine to bin plant. liim'.'.^rf from Los •, -pi-tiding lh'- (lav See tho new veiling at Reckard's, the kind that will Special prices on all uid ostrich I'entbors. Master Horace White is visiting s grandparents at Pasadena. His brother, Reginald, is recovering from liptheria. If you are thinking of getting a spring suit come in and let us show you our Ono lino of spring and summer suitings. 2000 to soloct from. Sobumm A; Sturdivant, tailors. Miss May Rose of Pittsbnrg. who is wintering in Southern California, spent several days last week as tho guest of Mias Anna Herron, returning homo on Suuduy afternoon. I. R. Jordan, a veteran of the Civil war, haa been seriously ill during the past week ot bis residence on Dexter street. For several days his friends were seriously alarmed, but his condition is now improved and his recovery is assured. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. John Krauso of Hart- iugton,Neb., came out from Los An- eles iu Mr. Krause's machine and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cdllins. Mr. Nelson was a member of the school board at Hartington for the five years which Mr. Collins was superintendent of schools at that place. Mr. Nelson is a banker and is so well pleased with California and Covina in particular that he wishes to locate here. Clarence Allison met with an accident, which might easily have proven more serious, on Wednesday afternoon. He was driving u four year old colt attached to a light buggy on tho way to Azusa and while on the wrong side of the road in front of the residence of F. W. Sherwood on Azusa avenue bo was approached rapidly from the rear by J. W. Riggins in bis touring oar. There was no time to cross over so Mr. Allison pulled to ono side, but the auto struck his buggy, lifted it up and threw it onto the stone wall, breaking the front wheels and spring. Mr. Allison was thrown out and is suffering considerably from the shock. If You Want Us to Help You Save Some Money open an account with thin bank. A bank account is not only the ideal method of conducting your business but the safest, as well. The best recommendation yon can carry about with you is a bank book. The deposit entries therein be- hjjeak well of your industry energy and ambition. If you have not yet made the start .fan account with thi.-> bank du so at once. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa tract and the Covina Co. will build you a houso on it. For Sale Navel and Valencia nursery stock. W. L. Kellar. Phono 305f). tf For Sale Second grado potatoes SOc per cwt; 3rd grades (iOc per cwt. Abner Miller, Home Phone 3'27(>. Have your rubber tires set by Wilson's rubber tiro setter, the only trimmed hats j <>"o of its kind in (lie valley. tf. The Covina Valley Savings Bank offers you a safe investment for your idle funds. We pay •! per cent. Start an account today. For Lease Four span gentle work mulos with harness, at. reasonable TCH. Apply to Douglas »V, Clark, Argus building. Matt Chilton. tf For Sale Standard bred horse. A splendid driver. Inquire of owner, W. M. Warren, Citrus avenue. Telephone Homo 3100. For Sale Good milch cow at reasonable price; also Los Angeles •!section chicken brooder practically new. W. II. Potter. P.O. box 507, Covina, Cal. Wanted—To buy 20 to -10 shares Covina Irrigating Co. stock. Ad- dross J. B. Coulutori, Pasadena, Cal. tf For Rent—A comfortably furnished room iu good neighborhood. Mrs. W. A. Layman, first house west, of Episcopal Church. Tho Covina Co. will sell you it lot in the Covina Villa tract and advance you twice as much money as you pay for tho lot to build a house For Sab) —- Thoroughbred White Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for setting. Mrs. J. Whelm 1 , Cypress avenue. Home phone 10!I8. For Sale -Standard bred trotting mare, seven years old, genuine gentleman's driver. Not. afraid of cars or automobiles. Also buggy and harness. For further information inquire D. Kymon Huff, manager Covina Fruit Exchange. For Sale Eggs for hatching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard bred fowls: White Rooks, While Minorcas and White Leghorns. Young pullots for sale. HeiiHon A r , Clements, E. liadillo street. tf I'jOB SEED CATALOGUE -1!Kin • Jf you have not yet. received our seed catalogue write for it at once and get your name on the mailing list. Write if Spanish book in preferred. Johnson A- Mussel 1 Seed Co., 113 No. Main St., LOH Angeles, Cal. * * * * * * * * * * * * V * * * + * THE Covina Peoples Store (INC'OKPOUATKD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILV New Spring Ginghams All Colors, Just Arrived IOc a yard -worth 12c'2 a yard Need a Toner? all run iltiit'n? Tlrinl Marnlnu nonn nnJ nluht'/ Nert)(nis, irritable and lust all your appetite? Try ALTI-TONE tho appetite, strati/litou out the kinky narites. builds up the blood; in (act is as yntitl at a tit'o H'eek'i Vacation. We pertuniilly guarantee citory bottle. BRASS HINT ill MACHINE SHOP MANUFACTURERS or Irrpon GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Ksti match !•' ur nisi led. KELLAR & THOMASON Tin- Mcsdan A rii/i-les vu i 15 ' Friilav 'Mth Second iin i 1 ft! i- /• .rtiK-rl i her '.Id home. |-'.riir ily lo>-a' Eggs For Hatching. Uron/r; keys, TuloiiHo i/ocrfe, Pe.kin ducks, Indian Runner and Koiion ducks, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Jit//} Orping- tons, Light HiahmiiH, Columbian WyandoltcH, White Leghorns and Black Minorcian. Tel. 1 J2H. H. C. Casad, Covina. - ~H Fit'/.Gorald A Hurry of Pasade;m loan money on ranches and improved real estate at. lowest current They charge no commission. Write or telephone them lit PahiuJeria or call up J. W. Preiit.iHH, Coviim phone '2134, and ank to have H represent): live of the lino call on y.u. For Sale H room house, lot. CO* 1HH, $1-200. 4 101,111 house, new, lot. Dxl!/'), I 1'2 50. Good lot.4 from '< l'j<> up. A flue iiivfhlmt-nt |,ioi Shop and Office opposite S. I' I'hone 2W , Cal. Mr-v U c.' 11 1: U. •t l'h.-v ai«- ' nl.v in I i.f cit y and Hit' h'-r / art I. i--. 1-1 i:i i.tlit-r-j to ti-n. Mr.-, at .'.!. (j V., }| !•( H l-.l JOKh -f<V.\.',\i -, Mar..-. to C J. K. H. H i<. A i Kilioti Valencies, in frohlb-.hH good '-'.ridll '.t iiries Old, r'.IHI- >' 1.", ';'J. i i !',•,!• nil ion for i local ion. 1 'I acres i yt-aiM old, ample wati-r, bell, ci-mi-nl, piped (Hid Sanders Real Estate Company Have opened offices at corner of Citrus Avenue and crossing of 5$ electric car line, in the Workman £•£ M building, where they will be fully *5 equipped with such facilities as JHr j| are calculated to carry to a sue- B cessful issue any business entrust- M ed with them. | Call and List Your Property 'M ^ or phone H8--Mome ************************#«

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