Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 29, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, February 29, 1908
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###*##*####*##* •"*#* j Social 1Rcv?$ ###*############## Mr. and MTR. Flatt entertained in their pretty now home on East Italia street with a nicfly appointed dinner, their guests being tho .Rev, A. Fletcher and family. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Minerva Ilepner on last Sunday wore the Misses Anna McVey, May Rex road,, Armarula Fisher, and Messrs. Frank Eberpolo and MnVoy, all of Lordsburg. On Monday evening Mrs. B. L. King entertained a party of twenty- five, mostly lowans, as a farewell to Mm. Kurthey, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F. Roberts of Double avenue, and who returned to Iowa on Tuesday last. On Thursday last Mri. Fletcher attended a luncheon given by t the olerica of Los Angelea to bid Godspeed to Mrs. Wilkins, wife of the Rector of St. Pauls, who lately resigned to become secretary of the General Clergy Relief Fund of New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner entertained at dinner on Wednesday friends of the former, from Knoxville, Iowa. They wore George Boydst.on, with whom Mr. Warner learned the grocery business, and Walter C. Banks, who was one of his corn pa ti ions in high school. They are much charmed with this locality. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford on Cottage Drive entertained with an elegant four course dinner on Thursday evening, their guests being old friends from St. Johnsbury, Vermont, some being tourists. The dining room anrl table were decorated prettily in a scheme of red arid green. Among the guests were Messrs, and MrneH. H. C. Bond, H. .1. Goodrich, M. .1. Eddy, Chas. Packard, B. H. Kioroe and Mrs. Alice J. Moulton. On Monday last Rev. A. Fletcher attended a dinner itt the Lnnkershim when Bishop Johnaou was the guest of the derides of the Episcopal diocese of Los Angelea. . It was in celebration of the 12th anniversary of the bishop's consecration. On Wednesday Mr. Fletcher attended the semi-annual meeting of the convocation of the same church, several lay delegates also being present from Coviua. A plwtsnnt evening party was given at the home of Mrs. Frank Monger last Thursday evening by her brother. Frank Stevens, to celebrate both thoir birthdays, whioh came on that date, although two years apart. The time past merrily with uniHic, conversation and ganioH anrl dellciouH refreshments, consisting of oysters, coffoo, cnko and candy were partaken of. Those present included Messrs, and MmoH. H. M. Houser, John .Stevens, ChuH. Cofl'man, Matthew Matni'.y, Mmos. Chas. Stevens, Emma MoKon, Carrie Smith, Edna Leighl.ou, tho MJHHOS EfHo and Vornin Hou.sor, Nora SUirgill, Augusta Smith and Messrs. Chaw. Houaor, Marion Striiigll Chester Fairly and Lloyd Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. li. M. Given opened their beautiful now home to society with n house warming party on Thursday evening. The nllair was in tin naturo of a rafutoria dinner, <lt>ilcioiiH rofniHbmcntH provided by a Los An goli'H caterer being served at. wix small tables. Buttonhole bouquets of violets for tho ladies and pink carnation:-) for the gentlemen, adorned the pliiiVN. After supper "fiUO" wan played, Mrs. Prat her carrying oil' th liidiiiH 1 pri/e, an embroidered Arint iiiiin handkerchief, ami Mr. Atwood the gentlemen's, a tray of Alhumhrn ware. ThoHe present were MOHHI and Mines. Kerokhoff, Atwood, Creole, Elliott, Prathur, Potter, Douglass, W. H. ColliiiH. W. M. Grinwold, Ha/'/an!, Clarence Menofmt, Mrs. Carl Clapp mid Mrs. F.lhel Haider, winter i if Mrs. llu/./itrd. A very merry leap year party was given by I he ladie.s of Rev. 11. VY. C White's Sunday Hi'hool class In (be young men, on Thursday even ill;,', Home gneHls also litin^' present, about Til) being pre.-cnt ullmiether. The young ladie.-i called fui their guestH aiul acted the purl of ^"iitle men with great success thin'-.^huut I lie evening. Many 1111111*111^ ami appropriate j^iinerf ueri> played. Each young lady was requested lo write her ideal nropusal and much fun ensiled. A program way rendered consisting >f a vocal dolo by Mi*.-< Miittie liieiikey; the act farce ' ' inil ialiiiii Swui'theari, " liy Missi-s May Hull and Utah Lcf'Miek and tVatlari' Ki-i'd; piuiix sulo, Mis. K. )'. Wuriier; violin snl.), Mi in .Maude lilarkllKili. Red esliii.eiils Cuiu-islint! nf urail^e Clips, vval'el.- Hid catld\ Uele iii. lulled in. Mr. ai.d Mi- 1. 1' Wal'lli'l' ill'! e 1 ;is c I i;i ] i M . I : •- I li I in' al,-i-ji..'.' .it Ki-v. aii-l Mi.-. U Int. , v.i. aii- -till mi I- i . iiiai'iuit in..'. Master Wesley Leightori, who was born on the same day of tho year na the Father of hia Country, waa enter tairifd with a party in celebration last Saturday by the Misfies Glick of Los Angeles. Among the prfi-Louten or;casions of the wffk WHS « plwc-fint. liltlo thimble piirfy at the home of Mrs. C. F. | Clapp. The gu«stH included Mmes. j Kntiis, Martin, Flntc.hf.r, ]'r»if.h<-r, H. AHclienbrcnner, I. I. Cook, A. M. -Johnsojf, C. K. Crawford, R. C. Clarke, und the Missf« Abbie and Mamio Cook, Hastings, Dundas. Dainty r«freshm«nts were served. A jolly crowd of between twenty and thirty boys met at the home of Mrs. B. L. King lost Friday night to celebrate Washington's birlhdny. being Sunday-schoolmates arid other vmipariions of her son Boyd. Organized by their teacher, Miss McKirn- lian, many patriotic games were enjoyed. The rooms were decorated with bunting and fJagH. Ice cream and hatchet cookies were the refreshments. IRWINDALE. Mrs. Swallow has returned from Rialto, where she has been spending a week at the homo of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of Tuacola, 111., are guests at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. New Ian. Miss Blanche Davenport of Tropico spent, tho week end at tho homo of her grandmother, Mrs. G. N. Lunn. Guests at tho homo of Mrs. D. Roichiird on Tuesday last were Mmes, Roichard arid Canfleld of Los Angeles and DoForost Reichard of Hollywood. The Miscellany Club had u very pleasant, meeting on Tuesday after- .noon at the homo of Mrs. Ruichard, who acted as hostess. CUiosts were present from Los Angles and Hollywood clubs. Tho chief item of the program was an interesting and able paper by/ Mrs, DeForest Reichard on "Literary Ideals." Vocal solos were given by Mrs. Canfleld of Los Angeles and Miss Devendorf, accompanied by Miss Anna Reynolds. Dainty refreshments were served. CHARTER OAK. A. Cushman Is making arrangements to open a blacksmith shop on an aqre of ground be bought from H. C. Mace. The Stowoll Fumigating Company, having finished work at Orovllle, are now huey at Co lingo, fifty miles from tho former phioe. Miss Lottie Stowell will arrive home today from San Diego, where »hfj has boon upending a week with her Hi.ster, Mrw. O'Hara. at tho homo of Mra. Kent on .Saturday last wcro Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Drowning of Long Beach, Mrs. Kli/al>ot.h Wohor and daiightor Dortha and son of I'omona. Mr.H. K'-nt. \vaa iiroHont nu Tuesday at a banquet given by the W. R. C. of Pomona to tho .state oHlcers. Notice Of Annual Meeting- Notice is hereby k'iven that the annual meeting of the Columbia Land and Water Company will he held at the office of the Company, Citrus avenue, Covina, at the hour of 2 p. m., Monday, March ( »tn, 1'HIH, for the purpose uf electing a board of directors of the Columbia Land and Water Company to serve for the enduing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting'. J. 11. Matthews. Secretary. MECCA OF HOMESEEKEPS © J 5 5 ACRES and Independence Greatest Fruit Land Opening of the Age BEAUMONT THK PROMIHKU LAND Don't HtrRy far away into unbroken prnirif'H anrJ unimproved localities when Beaumont is go near. Don't wniitler awny from civilization with the present undeveloped and the future doubtful. Remember that Beaumont has everything all the other places possess and then some. It has the fineHt soil, rich and deep, ft tins more water already than its needs demand and more developing. It produces fruit of high quality, comma rid ing the best markets. Raisin experts have selected it for grapes and the World's Columbian Exposition awarded its fruit the world's first prize. It is the best chicken and general poultry country in .Southern California. Beginning with the tradition of the Indians and down through the days of the past twenty years, it has been voted the most healthful spot on earth for man and beast. There is no catarrh, asthma, hay fever or bronchial troubles known there. IT 19 KJOHT ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC ENJOYING FINEST KAIL- ROAD FACILITIES. Every train stopa east and west. It has a round- houso and 10 engines. Eighty men are employed by the railroad. The town is vitalized every month by a wage roll of 80000. It is in touch by rail and wagon road with Rivflr- flide, San Bernardino, Corona, Banning, and all of the good towns of that section. It is only 81 miles cost of Loa Angeles, within three hours ride of the greatest markets in Southern California. ACRES WHERE EVERY FOOT WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY TO GREAT VALUES. 190 AND .UP. Lands within ten minutea walk,, of the depot on graded and.oiled streets, with long distance telpebone wjres and in the very heart of the highest civilization where schools, chinches, stores and every advantage is at hand. 390 and up for laud adjoining lands upon which water is daily developed by individual owners and purchasers at, 16 to 20 feet. BIG EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY. .Leaving Los Angeles at t) a rn. and arriving back at 7:30 p. m., stopping at all {joints onrouto. Got in now and get your share of this unprecedented offer of genuinely good land. Write for full information and secure your excursion tick eta early. Special train is limited to 100 only and every train since September 11 IMS been overbooked. Cut out and mail coupon : (ovioa Planing J. C. NALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing- carpentering and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixtures, MA TRANSFER HUTCHISON BROS,, Props. All kinds of hauling- and Furniture Moving 1 . Svecially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. (Mike 01 Citrus Ave. (oviia, 01. ' 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 HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. PER THOUSAND FEET GAS $1.5O Once a consumer of gas, always a gas enthusiast. Order now. Oovlnei Valley Gas Company REO PRICES Runabout $675.00 Touring Car $1400.00 H. D. Blanchard, Agent The Oreen-Harjiliall Co. Pure Mixed Paints. ml their hi^h Ki'ado varnishes will K'v<» Hatinfaction, even to tho mont skeptical paintnr. Their mixed paints will stand thin coast climate, longiir, owing to tht> fuel that tho (iieeti Marshall pure paints are composed of pure white It-ad, pure, o.vido of xinc, Ki'onnd in punt linseed nil. The.-ie paints and varnishes can lie obtained here at the paint and paper store nt Mr. C. II. Kistler. Property Owners Tulte Notice. 1 have, twenty clients \\ln> have property und cash who want acreage, and proves from '1 tn 'JO acres List your ^rnves and acreage with mi 1 , for sale or exchange. FRANK L. FUAUV, Konm ii, Stallion lild^., i'a.-ailriia. Place yniir spare cash in t he Cnviiut \'alley Savings Hank, a sate invest - ini'iit at 1 per cent. Shi i:ii|> ,-;ila,l, ices and < vei y deli cai'V i!i I 'le le.ili'll -er\ed \>. 1 I 11 Sllll 1 C. B. Eynr, President Flcniimont j Ijind uml Wutur Company 221! Mercantile I'lni'O. t,o« AnKi-'l>w. I I'liiuHO Hond mu lit«rnturu free ru;iml!nu i lii'tiiirnont and thi? fruit lands in .san.r. Abo stuto wnal ruti!!i you nmko from hero. j Niimo i Addre«H • i 809 South Hill Strwt Loa Angeles, Strong, original, practical, FUI,. "BBTTBRNE93" its distinctive quality. Open entire year—begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURBD. Write us to-day. Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af oil Kinds Shop on Citrus Ave James Corbett KHi'OKT oi' THK, CONDITION m ; nut First National Bank of Covina AT COVINA in the State of California, at the close of business, February 14. 1"()8. (Charter No. 5K.JU) t.ouiiH und dirtcount.s ... ^'JOT>97.1 OverdruftH, si'LHin 1 *! urul utust'ourt'il tl. S. Unul.s lo Ht'i'iiriM'irv'uhttiun • 1'riiiniuiiis on U. S., lioiut.H. rit't'urili^s. ftr KunkiiiK Mtmst'. fiirniturt> unit lixtii Dun t'niru Nutiniial Hunk.-, l/uit IV.'.IMI. 17.7IS. lluc from KtnU- Hunk:-, unit HankiTH lliu' f»»ni U|>|in>t I-.1 r.-srrvi 1 jlKi'iH;,. •• * 'hi'ck* urhl tplhi-r i-u.-h ilt-in* Null's nt'olliur NiitiiMiitl liunks I'Yurt iiinul pa[.»-r i-ui nMu-> , nukoU, V'I l.avvlul Mi'in-y KI'MTV*'in ItanU. \u: Spi'i-iu 17. I'll.n;. lii'tlt'lniitinn Kunil willi U. S. 'rri'ii-^ui'.'! •' ->fl- I't-iil ul' t'lj't'ulat 1,111 liui' I'lkun U. S. 'l'ri-a.,uriT. ull>i;r Ilian 'tk ix-ili'iiliil it'll I'und BlaoksmitHIng AH kindb of general aud heavy Blackamithiug. We manufacture Ridkers, Orange Racks and Box Presses horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 63 Shop WCM Badillo St, Cavina Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A. limited number of horses and •stock received for oasture. T..IU! . 1 I u,i l i i it.b. imi.l ill S I'apUal Sloi-lv \ Surplus Iun-i j I'n*li\ uli-ti pn'tu.s Ifs.^ i- j anii tii.'.'.s j»ai*J I N.itiuMul Hunk noUM tiu lliu- t» Trtint '. Vinpumi' i | I >1U' to UPIMUVI^I ; frflTS i iJivi.lfijils ini|>avil IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, s^e me before you let your • job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Shopping in Los Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAFE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a la carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Campany Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Angeles FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San i Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near good towns. Plenty of water can be obtained. This land comprises some of the best in the valley and will be subdivided into small tracts to su it purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Cpviaa, Cal. Tulare laud raises oranges, all kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Come up with UH on Friday and we.e them. J. H. Matthews, Covina. Phone 5008. Annual Meeting. Notice is hereby g-iven that the annual meeting' of the stockholders of the Cypress Avenue Water Company will be held on Saturday, March 7, l'K>8, at 2 p.m., at the pumping' plant of the corporation, for the purpose of electing- a board of directors and for the transaction of such other business a= may properly come before the meeting. L. D. WGODWOKTH, Secretary. #,####* Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT L* Brown's and Crenshaw's . IRanckr You are conducting a big business—more money invested than many business houses—do a good deal of correspondence, don't you? Do you always have suitable paper handy when you wish to write? Do you know that we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper an;! envelopes, neatly printed with your name or the name of yniir ranch, place of resi- dei.ce and date line, cheaper tha-i you can secure tablets at'.! envelopes in small quan- titieo? This will make your correspondence businesslike aud more convenient. COVINA ARGUS, PRINTERS * * * * * * * * * * * 51. C. H. Kistler /,,• Cake and faj Confectionery y* Wagon through valley daily. *i3 fcjiPoeley's (ovind Nurseries • \ £?$ <. hoire ferns and potted plants, roses, riK'.ti>/n-j and otiier ornamental trees ~..-a-,..i]. >a!cs yard, corr/t-r of First ri-ct jnd Sail licrnardino Koad. S

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