Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 29, 1908 · Page 5
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. rjE .^^^^^•fc». .. (local Events, Prescriptions accurately compounded. Covina Pharatncy. : Horace Bemis of LOB Angeles spent several days thia week as n guest of relatives in Covina. VMrs. Leebrick and family have moved into the boilee on Howafd stret next to the residence of Geo. Coolmnn Mrs. Williams and daughter Helen are week end guests of the former's nuotber, Mrs. R. Baldridge of San Bernardino road. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Overholtzer •ncl daughter, Miss Grace, have been confined to the house the lost week with la grippe. Mrs. O. P. Shoemaker, of Puente street bus as her guest this week Miss Blanche McDowell, of Clay Centre, Neb. The English Hand Bell ringers will give a concert in Covina on Friday evening, March 13. Mr. and Mrs. James Perry of Walnut .Center moved to Coviua this week, Mr. Perry having accepted a position as clerk in the Brown & Bohri grocery. -Mr. and Mrs. S. Peterson of Princeton, Minn., ' visited several days last week at Wolfarth's. Mr. Peterson superintended the construction of the Chatsworth tunnels on the Southern Pacific coast line. It is Dot'gnnei'ally known that the Pacific Electric Heating Company of Ontario have the best equipped foundry in Southern California lor 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. Mr. J. W. Riggius "and daughter, Miss Robbie, are on a visit to his ranch in his automobile this week and we understand he is getting to be quite an expert in handling his big machine. It is expected that a •number of people ' will visit his ranch during the low rates from the East, as it is getting well known. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crook gave an enjoyable dinner party at their home on Double avenue on Tuesday evening. The dining room was decorated in purple and white, beliatrope and stocks being used. , Fiva hundred was played during tbe evening. Tbd guests inoluJed Messrs, and Mmes. W. H. Collins, Atwood, Given and . EHiott. Mrs. A. S. DeWitt was in Covina on Thursday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt after leaving Covina took up their residence in Pasadena but on account of the ill health ol Mr. DeWitt they have removed to Lorg Beach. Our citizens will regret to learn that on this account he has been compelled to resign his posi tion with the electric railroad coin pany. Mrs. Guy Lillieucrantz, who for the past month has been a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. S. Thorpe, left yesterday for her home in Berkeley. This gifted and charming lady has made a host of warm friends during her stay, and it is hoped that this will not be the last time she will grace Coviua with her presence. Dr. O. T. Amyrauld, veterinary surgeon, has returned from a business and pleasure trip to San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and Victoria. His trip has been a very pleasant 'one, the weather on the Sound being delightful. He found business conditional quiet but with a marked improvement over the fall mouths. He will again be found at, Kkrtel Vendome day or night by j 11 requiring his professional services. Pure drugs at lowest prices. Covina Pharmacy. Mrs. Crouse of San Bernardino road has been seriously ill this week. Fresh oysters in bulk 25c a dozen at the Depot Grocery. Friday, March 13, is the date for the concert by the English Hand Bell Ringers. For Sale—No. 1 seed potatoes, 60c per sack. Alfalfa and barley hay. C. A. Grafton. Phone 2128. 31-4 Shrimpsalad, ices and every delicacy of the season served with Sunday dinner at the Vendome. See the advertisement of the B. F. Taylor Cash Store of Glendora on page 7. H. D. Blanchard, the hustling manager for the Reo agency in this territory, reports the sale of four cars during the past week. A. Lecoque and wife of the Covinn French Hand Laundry, have sold their business and have gone to Beaumont to reside. OUR AdTENS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Botifi i— Pomona Sanitary Laundry S. W. Keanlon, secretary for Thomas C. Murphy, the brilliant young temperance orator, is in Covina to arrange for a series of meetings to take place in the near future. Mr. Murphy has just finished an eight day temperance campaign in San Bernardino, where be succeeded in getting 700 signers to the Murphy pledge. Mr. Murphy ia accompanied on bis campaign by his brother, Fraucie Murphy, Jr., the famous gospel singer. The thank-offering service of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society was held Sunday evening in Reed's hall. Mrs. Sherman's pleasing personality and forceful and interesting diction held the clnse attention of her audience while she portrayed conditions in Korea as typical of other heathen lands. The offering, amounting to eleven dollars, will be iibf-d to further the cause of [uishii'iis among the wuii;en and girls of variniis countries. At tho youug penile'* ujeeting Mis. fUi'-rman leorganizfcd the Standard Hearers, uew officers, tjt-iug elected with Mi.':* Miua Cady as president. The many friends of Mrs. C. S. Beardsley will be slad to hear that she is somewhat better, having been able to walk out Wednesday. The Covina Co. will sell you a lot in the Coviua Villa tract and advance you twice as much money as you pay for the lot to build a house. Dr. W. I. Smith of the State Noi- mal School of Los Angeles was a luiuer guest of Prof, and Mrs. Colins on Monday evening. Our chocolates and bon bons, made daily, none better. 1 A pound box 25c, 1 pound box 50c. Palace of Sweets. Mrs. Alfred Fletcher is the guest of honor at a luncheon today, givei by Miss Emily Leighton at her beautiful new homo in Los Angeles. Mrs. C. Wood, who has teen visit ing relatives in Covina, left this week for her home in Missouri, having been preceded thither some weeks ag( by her husband. Mrs. H. M. Foolder, our energetic librarian, returned on Monday morn ing from San Joee, where she ha been attending the State Library Convention. The Misses Pearl Eason of Mon rovia and Gertrude Pollard of Loi Angeles spent last Saturday and Sun day at the home of the letter's sis ter; Mrs. Chas. Griffiths. Miss Inez Beebe of Ipsuricb, S Dakota, who is wintering in Pasa dena, is a guest at the home of be cousin, Miss Lilian Douglass. Mis Douglass is entertaining with a lunch eon in her honor today. The concert by the Eaglish Han Bell Ringers, which was postpone on account of rain on two previou occasions, will be gnv.n in the Womans Club House ou Friday evening, March 13. Mrs. S. Aschenbrenner has started a dancing class for children on Saturday afternoons.. This lady has much talent and has had a wide experience in this direction and will give particular attention to the manners and deportment of children in her care. Watch for Miss Reckard's announcement of spring millimry opening in next week's paper. All the newest and most stylish creations will be shown as usual. Miss Bouhler, the very crimpeteni trimmer who assiatod with the work last season, is expected to arrive any hour from the East, bringing new ideas, and the latest in styles. W. B. Broadwell, dry goods merchant, left Thursday evening on the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce excursion to Imperial. When the city of Imperial was first laid out Mr. Broadwell invested a few hundred dollars in city lotH, which are today worth ten times tho price he paid for thorn. J. M. Strosnider and his wife of San Bernardino were in Covina Saturday and Sunday, the guoBts of tho former's uncle, Mr. ai/d MTH. J. K. Strosnider, whom they had not seen for 23 years. J. M. Htrosnider moved to Ran Bernardino from the East about seven months ago to assume the superintendency of the Hanta F« boiler shops of that- city. He was much pleased with his viHit to Covina and expects to come ayuiu. W. W. Nash, of Clapp'a pharmacy, ourae down town at an unusually early hour Monday morning, his face aglow with "that smile that won't come off." Fie was inquiring for the census taker, or the regintraliou clerk, fur he desired to have it hho\*n immediately on borne kind of report that a promising nine pound 1/oy had ar rived ai his home. The mother and sun an- doing nicely and the attend intf phyeician, iJr. .J. \>. Kccd, gives the eiiiv.uruging report that v.ith proper fun- Mi. Nash will speedily rtC'iVi.-r trotu his "non .stroke." Walter Hepner has been quite ill he past week witb n nor* throat. Toilet requisites always on hand. Covina Pharmacy. John U. Wallace has been taken o the Patton insane asylum. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wolgemuth, on Monday, Feb. 24, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eplor on Tuesday, Feb. 20, a girl. Next Wednesday is tho first day of ,eiit, commonly called Ash Wednesday. Mm. F. J. Cliue spent two days this week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Roseuthal of Los Angolcs. Mrs. Van VIlet has boon the guest all this week of her sister, Mrs. Orabb of Pomona. Miss Wi nn if rod Wilkins of Highlands is the guest of her aunt, Mrs A. R. Evan". March 2 is the big sale dav nt tho B. F. Taylor Cash Store, Glondora. See avdortisemcnt ou pngc 7. Eagle brand oysters and the host tamales in town, always fresh. Pal- nee of Sweets. Buy a lot in the Coviua Villa tract anp the Covina Co. will build you a house on it. For Sale— Square steam cooker. Enquire of Mrs. Austin Warner, W. College street. It For Sale—Comfortable, five room residence in fine section of town, 81800. J. H. Matthews. Mrs. William Devvlaney has been moved to a private sanitarium for treatment for temporary mental trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John Heeuan of Detroit, Michigan, have spending the week with Mr. and Mis. N. D, Mussey. . .. .. . : .' Chancellor Jenks of Evanston, III., a prominent attorney,, is the guowt this week of bis cousin, Dr. Jennings. Tulare County Lands: 850 to 890 per acre with water. Undeveloped land in artesian district 820 to 840, any size you want, any \ii\ of terms. J. H. Matthews, Covina. Phono 500S. Miss Bess Mathildo Welch of Los Angeles, 'teacher of voice, IB in Co vina Wednesday of each week, at the home of Mrs. Marshall Whitsol. Thoso desiring to study please com municato with Mrs. WhltHel or Mrs. J. L. Matthews. Voices tested. The Beers entertainment given IIIH Wednesday evening under tho ana pices of the local Oddfellows waH i pronounced literary success. Hi impersonation of King Saul in the great drama of David and Jonatbar was a magnificent exhibition of 1 actor's art. Tho 400 pioturof) from tho Turne Art Gallery on exhibition in the Covina High School auditorium lattt week attracted a largo attendance. On Saturday evening fully 200 viewed the pictures. Excellent imibic was furnished by tho High School orchestra. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. .For Sale—Horse, buggy and harness. A. B. Hostettler. Itp .The finest oysters in bulk 20o a dozen at the Depot Grocery. For Sale — Jersey cows with calves. Biggins ranch, tf Ounther's sweets nro pure and sweet. Clapp sollB''em. For Sale -—-A good milch cow. Phone 1211. W. E. Emory. Good, gentle surrey horse for sale at it bargain. Inquire at lumber yard, * For Sale Second grade potatoes, 81.00 per; sack. W. M. Warren. Telephone Homo 3190. Buy a lot in the Covina Villa met and tho Covina Co. will build ou a house on it. For Sale - Nnvol and Valencia nur- cry stock. W. L. Kellar. Phono 055. tf For Salo Second grade potatoes SOo per cwt; 3rd grado, (iOo per owt. \bnor Miller, Homo Phoito 3270. »For Salo At tho Temple Ranch, evnral hives of hoes with oxtru upors, honey boxes, ot,o. H-14p For Salo—Whito ROHO sow! pota- oes. Phone 1109. I F. C. MoCandloss. For Salo-Burbank potatoes for seed or cooking. Call and sec thoin. N. Iloalton, three miles west of Covina. Itp For Salo—A good cow for 84B.' 1 - J. !, DoMandol, Corner frwindalo avo- iiio and electric lino. Phono 2101. tf i Have your rubber tires sot by Wilson's rubber tiro setter, 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 4 por cent. Start an account today. Ranted — A loan of 83000 on Hollywood property. Conservative value 80000. Address Box 58, Route VCoviua, Ca. 1 Itp For Lease— Four soan gentle work mules with harnens, at reasonable figures. 'Apply to Douglas & Clark, Argus building. Matt Chilton. tf For Salo — Standard brod horso. A splendid driver, Inquire of owner, W. M. Warren, Citrus avenue. Tolo phono Homo 3190. Wanted—To buy 20 to 40 sharoH Covina Irrigating Co. stock. Address J. B. CoulHton, Pasadena, Cal. tf Tho Covina Co. will sell you a lot, in tho Covina Villa tract and advance you twice iw much money as you pay for the lot to build a house For Salo —Thoroiighlirod Whito Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for sotting. Mrs. J. Wholor, Cypress avenue. Homo phone 101)8. For Sale Eggs for hatching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard brod fowls: White Hooks, Whito Minorca* uud White Leghorns. Young pullolH for sale. Honson & Clements, K. Badillo street, tf THE Covina Peoples Store (INCORPORATKD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY LACE LACE LACE LACE From y< in. to 5 in. wide. 100 different patterns in Torchon and Valenciennes, 5c, lOc and 15c a yard LACE LACE LACE LACE Need a Toner? all rundown? Tired Morning noon and nlghl? NarOout, Irritable and tott all your appetite? Try ALTl-TONE the appetite, ttratohtens out the kinky n*ri)*i. buildi up the blood; In fact li an good at a tx>o K>««*'» Oacalton. We penonally guarantee etirri bottle. BRASS FOUNDRY aitf MAfllE SHOP MANUfA<Tll«RS or If You Want Us to Help You Save Some Money open an account with this bank. A bank account is not only the ideal method of conducting your business but the safest, as well. The bebt recommendation you can carry about with you in a bank book. The deposit entries therein bespeak well of your industry energy and ambition. If you have not yet made the start of an account with this bank do so at once. (oviiia Valley Saving Bank A. I'. Kerckhoff President H. M. Houser Vice President J. C. Hutchiaon, Jr Cashier SV. M. (,ri» .void Ab»t. Cashier !<IKK< 'f OKS A. i'. Kerckhoff .J. K. Klliott H. M. II'-n.,er M;»rco H. Heinii.jrj I \V. H. Holiday (jeo. hi. Anderson 1!K)8 SKKI) CATALOfJUK- 1008 4t you have not .yet. received 0111 wood catalogue write for it ut OIKIO and got your name on tho mailing list. Write if HparilHh book is preferred. .Johnson A- MUHSOT Hood Co., 113 No. Main Kt.,- LOB Angolan, Cul. KggH For Hutching.- Hroir/.o lur- koys, TulnuHo 1*00*0, 1'okin duc-kH, Indian Kiinnor and lioiiou ducks, Uurred Plymouth Hooks, DulJ Orplng- tonH, Light UritliinitH, Coliirnbliii Wyundottos, White Leghorns and blattk Mlnoroiiis. Tel. 1P2H. K. C. Casad, Covina. '2-'2H Fitv.Oerald A Hurry of Piiwtdom loan money on ranoheH and Improve* reitl osr.ato at loweut (surront rates. They c.harKo no cor/nnission. Writi or telephone them at PiiHudena 01 will up .1. W. 1'rontisn, f'oviru phoiu 2KI4, and ask to hiivo H reitresenlii tive of the firm call on you. Let us show you the cheapest mid best lotb in tho oily at low price. T) room house and (JOxlHU ft. lot, price ll'^OO, The hest pityliiK room idK hoiiho in the cily at \«-ry low [,rife. Fino thrifty 10 acre, Viilcticia Urnvt:, 'i years old, K"''d water riKht, Kood looitlity, eat*.y trrrnH, IIO.oOO. •JO acre two year olrl KIOVC, \<> aciifM Vulenriian, :i acres NiivcU, water |iip- (•d uud in K' yl 'd oondit i-iii: Cr<.«lli-HH belt. Pi .<co $10,000. 1 Uiii-t- 100(11 and oiii" ) KIHIII houMi to let. (,'(A'INA kKM/l'V CO. (.'lillk i Uoll^iilU. GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Reitterns 7V\e*de> MhtimatcM KiirniHhed. KELLAR & THOMASON Shop and Office oppo»ite S. J'. Depot Home I'hoiie 2W Covina, Cal. ************** ******** ^ ^ 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 or phone 88-Morne ********************** ***5

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