Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 14, 1908 · Page 8
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Social 1Hc\V3 ################•#* Mrs. MrKinilifin fnlcrlaiiif^l wil.li a pennant, nll-rlny fhimMf! party on Tlmrsrlfiy, a dninlily appoinl<-rl Inn- chi.'on bciriK Hwvwl at noon. Tli<! KUOHts wr.re Mmfifl. Cooper, Oha.s. Fhinh. ,). M. Hniith, Cnrniihiui. Onrio, H. L. King, MiiHfloy, HIK) the Huberts. Mr. and Mrs, McKirahrui worn fik'fisnntly snrpriHCfl on Monrlny evpn- ing, tho occasion luting the thirty third ntmivernnry of their wedding. Tho Misses McKirnhnn donorntfid tho hou.so prettily and murk: ready for a jolly crowd of eiKhteen, tho parents f;xpf!(!tiriK only ono couple. ]{efrnHhm<!rit,8 wore w.'rvfd nnd a pIoaH- unt evening spent,. Tho lon« happy conjilo rnrtcived ninny prntty uifln. On Thiirmliiy evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiloy W. NiiKurii ontertftirifid nt their homo on Doiihio avenue in honor of Mrs. Nu'/.mn's undo, Mr. W. ,J. FlHhonhati({h of Portland, Oregon. Tho yard, lighted with .Inpnnnso Inn- torns, proHOtitod a very plcaHiiiK «ff«<',t HH the giHiHt.H arrivod. After Ui« HO- cial hour on tho lawn thn KWHI.H woro iiHhorcd into the hoiiao where a do- li^htCnl muHical program wau Kiven hy Mr. and Mrs. MoAllon, Mr. William Warron and Mr«. Nn/tim. Dainty rofroshmonts were sorvod and the KtioHtH at a Jato hour loft for thoir homes voting their KiiftHtn royal oritortainnrn. Tlione proHent woro, Mr. and Mrs. William Warren, Mr. and Mr«. Andrew McAllen, Mr. and MrH. A. J\. Brown, ,Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Ciifthman, Mr. and Mrs. W'-sloy Hodges, Mrs. A. JO. Akor, and MJHH Mela Kice of Hierrn Mudre. Monday Afternoon Club. Mr-H. J. C. Fla/x.ard of tho Htatn Normal Hchool, LOH AiiKeloH, will Kivi) a nookery dornoriHtralion this nftornrion at the meeting of the Monday Afternoon (Jlnh on "UinlieH for tlie KnHler Menu." Next Monday will he "fiei'many day," in (shar^o of Miss llawes. Mr. J. U. llanoliy of tho (JolliiiH WireieHs Tolopliono Company will Kivo n domoiiHtratlon with tho phonos Hi th« WomatiH Club HOIIHO on Monday aftoi'iiooa at 'A o'clo(d< p.m. Depot (Irocery In Large and New Quarters. Kolit. rircnwhaw, who only a very few yearn ago Hint-led in tho nrooery ljiininenH in a Hinall way in tho Covina Opera Ilou.su block. IIIIH now a stock whioh in Hiuumd In none in the city. Kocontly ho moved into tho. corner room of tho block, whioh has heen thoroughly ronovated thrnnnhonl. Ho hiiH also pnrohiiHed tho Norlhside Meal. Market, which he IH condnc.l ini; nt tho rein- of tlio liir^o room ho now ThiH Nlorn in tho mirth portion nl' our luwn la now onu of the .strong, nouwl LuHinoBH in.HtitutioiiH of our city. Excursion to Imperial. Los AngeleH Chamlmr of Commerce will havo an excursion ftutii IJOH An KtiloH to Imperial valley, leaving Los Angeles at H::i(J p. in. March 'J(ith. Full I'lillinan (iquipmenl. will he (Carried nnd dining oar service, and ihirato of 9^:i includes rnil Irans- norlation prr itinerary, one double bnrt.li, fit her upper or lower, for each piiHHcnger and six meals, thren Mariih * 'J7th ami three on Maroh 'JHth. Poophi of Urn valltiy will drive these tixcut'HionintH aliont showing them what IIIIH boon done and what can ho dono, HiKih di'ivd lining without ehargn. KeooplioiiH and othnr unturtainmentH will aluo lju provided. IRWINDALH. Tho Miscellany Club mot un Tuesday afternoon at tho Imine of Mrs. Otto Hrou.se, tho program being in charge nt Miss MeKihheii, u Im gave an ahlu pupor un "The Wealth of the Oesert,'' und also a reading. W. VYntiirhouso id rejoicing in a new K'eo tinning ear. A pleasant party of eighteen met | ut t he home ot C. H. ('oil man on I Monday night, the alhiir Icing in .In-! nature of a Ian well to .Miss liiity 1 uf Ventura, who has been the gner-l ' for home time of Miss N'otu Sun-gill j of Covina. The evening rassed i jileat-antly and quiekly with ^nmi'.-, and inil.siii, letrenhmeiits of in- en-am > and cakn lieiiiL/ >n\r,l • \ Al the annual nui-t JIIL- ,,|' the ('y Wali-l 1 I'i.lii|,;iii\ Ihe Urelhren Church: Hijiiday-<.f-h'n>l iit 10 a.m. J'roHchitiK at 1! a. in, and 7 p. in. ChriHtian Wni |;or«' at f5:lf>. Kvoryoni- weiefjine. Christ inn Church ; R-v. W. (!. Conloy, pofltnr : .Sunday ficfiool f):lij. PrcachiMK nt 11. Huhjfict, "Hcilcx Influonce of MinHionn" .Junior Kn- dcnvor ;i. H»j7iior Mndr-iivor (}:',',(), FronohinK 7 :'.W. Hiilijoct, "A Tent 'if Our Lovf to (tod. " fJood mu.-ic, A cordial Wflcnme to fill. I'rcHhytcr Ian serviceH: Hunday- Hfhool 0:40. PrenulilriK 11 a. m. ; wnhjcct, "How Jacob Uccnine n Prince-." Junior 3 p.m. V. P. H. C. K, 0:30 p.m. GoHpfil service 7:30; subject, "V'our Phico at tho Banquet." All Htrautfers and friends are rnout cordially invited to any of these ser- vicen. Pnul O. Hteverifl, pastor. Worship nt Dnptint (Jhiirch : Bible- school at 0:40 a.m. Preaching sorvictiH nt 11 a.m. and 7 :30 p.m. \,y the pastor. Morning tlieine, "Tho Prenence and Power of God"; evening, "Cod's Judgments." Bible reading Jt p.m.; U.Y.P.TJ. f,-A~> p.m.; topic, "The Wise fJse of Money." All are cordially invited to nil these services. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity, second Sunday in J,r;iil.: Confirmation service and holy communion 11 a. in. Bishop Johnson will administer the rite of Laying OP of Hands and will preach. Kvensong 7 ::iO p. in. Offertory solo by Mr. Hprotte. Hiinday-Hchool nt Hi'lfi. An all day meeting of tho Woman'H Foreign Missionary Society will he held in the Methodht Church next Wednesday, March IHth, heginning at '.) -.HO n. in. Mr.s. Woodcock will be in charge am ] .several branch and district, oflicers will be among the speakers. Children's hour at U :'10 and young people's hour at .'J:.'IO, when there will hu some charming ox- CJHCS and delightful talks by the most engaging speakers. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The Methodists tomorrow will hold opening serviced in the completed portion of their new church. !) a.m.—Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Morning-service: Orchestra selection, Sunday-school orchestra; opening chorus, young people's chorus; Hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King"; prayer, pastor;, solo, "Gracious Spirit, l,ove Divine." Mrs. iN'u/iim; fiHalm; Gloria; scripture reading; offertory, orchestra; quartet; sermon by Hev. S. A, Thomson, IXIX ; hymn, "O Worship the King"; benediction. (i •.;}() — Kpwnrth League, .senior and inl.ernii'diati). 7 :.'iO livening .service; Hcrmnn by pastor. City Business. At the rr-rmlnr meeting of the city trustees on Tu«dny evening there UHH prfBf-nt a full board. The f.troft superintendent, I. C. Fairly, re-port r-d I hat he had n force of teams nnd rnr-n leveling up stree»H, hauling sand, eleaning the guttteis of weeds nti(i putting .streets in good shapp g«nf>ia I ly. The following demands were allowed and ordered i»iid: (ico. L. San dcrs, city atfoinoy, ?'2i"; A. Warner, city clerk, t'2l',.~>(j: Pacific Light A Power Co., str«-et lights, 80U.70; S. Warner, labor, i*27; W. A. Blakemore, labor, i8(!(), 75 ;-L. M. Butler, labor, Stia.OO; A. G. Gaul, labor, 131..00; Hutchison Bron., labor, *lfli.rjf); Chas. Chovin, labor, 837; If. f;rou«e, labor, 828.25; W. K. Mount, survey, 87; Johnson & Nigg, Uacksntithing, 80.20. In the matter of opening Fifth Btrcet the street superintendent was instructed to permit the removal of the orange trees in the street. O. C. Logue, city electrician, reported to the Board that cprtnin objections had been made to his request to property owners to properly wire their buildings. Following some discussion the board refused to interfere with the discharge of his duties as city electrician. The board passed an election ordinance calling the city election foi April 13, 1008, nnd appointing the following officers: Inspectors, W. H. Collins, W. JI. flnriflon; judges, A. M. .Seymour, G. H. White; clerks, Clarence Allison, K. P. Warner. The polling place will be at the offices of Fairly ,t Pollard,.E. Badillo street. Tho new contract for electric light for the city was taken up and after I being read WHS referred to the city attorney, to report nt the next meeting. The contract provides for a Hat, rate of 7 cents per K. W. Property Owners Take Notice. 1 have twenty clients who have property and cash who want, acreage, ami groves from 2 to 20 iicroB Lint your groves and acreage with me, for xale or exchange. FRANK L. FHARY, Room t!, Stanton Bldg., Reo Automobiles iTIIK CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Reo owners PRICES i Touring Car with top, 11450.00 ! Reo Roadster. 20 h. p., 51100.00 j R«o Runabout, 57<X),0(l I Also n^eiits for Wayne "30" 4-ctlinder and Kisselcar. (Jet a demonstration before buying-. REO Oarage COVINA STORIES OF TENNYSON. Showing Some of tho Odd Ways of trt Famous Poot. In Ihe memoirs of the hue Wllll.-ri Allln^hani, the Kn^llsh pnel. appeal Borne Interesting reminiscences of Ten. nysnii. Alllii^lnim's lirst sight nt him was at Twickenham, where Tennyson was then living, lie says: "SMIOII came In II lull, hrnail shouldered, swarthy man, slightly sinnplng, with loose ilarU hair ami heard. lie wore spectacles and was obviously very nearsighted. Hollow checks and Ihe dark pallor of his iikln gave him an unhealthy appearance, lie was a strange and almost api'L-lriil tigure. The great man peered close at me and then shook hands cordially, yet with a profound (pilt-tudo of manner. Flo was then ahout forty- one, but looked much older." In IHSl! Alllngham visited Tennyson at the hitler's home. Kurrlngfnrd, In Fresh\valcr. Isle of \Vlght. Oiu) morning they were talking nn Hit* downs together, and .\llingliam said that he felt happy. Teiiuysnn said gloomily, "I'm not at all happy very unhappy." The ivasnn, as Tenn\ MID al'tcrwa rd explain- nnhapplness was in-: l he I'niuiillnn A!lin_:hain was ingraph liiui nn mi |ni,ii i \ ,>|y re hags under my Schedule For Electric Cars. Leave Los Angeles 5:50 u. rn. 7:05 8:10 9:20 10:30 11:40 12:50 2.00 3:00 3:45 4:30 m. H:5t) 11:30 Leave Covina 5:50 a. in. 6:55 8:20 9:30 10:40 . 11:50 1:00 p. m. 2:00 3:10 4:05 4.5,0 5:35 6:30 7:50 10:00 Assessment Notice. irwindale Lund and Water Co>-np;uiy, principal place of business, Irwindale Posloflice, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that nt a meeting of the directors held on the 3rd day of Maiyh, 1"OS. an assessment (No. (>) of fifty (.SO) cents pti share was levied on the capital stock of the above named corporation payable '.'it the secretary's ortice at Irwindnle, county of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock on which this ass"-sii-,i-iit shall remain unpaid on the 7tl. il.-iy of April, I'tUH, shall tie clelinfjui-iit '.nnl advertised for sale at public aniMi >n. and unless pavment is matte tn.-ture, will be sold on the ,U)th dav ol Apiil, I'MIH, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the otlu-e of the company in Ir>\in- dale, Los Angeles county, Stale of California, to pay the deli ni|uent assessment, together with co*t of advertising- and expense of sale. K. 1C. LKKCH, Secretary. James Corbett General I'd. for Ills pai'licillar liny nf m;<.n • \ ioi •.-, 11> pin I. IHU 'IV|\)1>: "\ on make ai I ami ilc; ver.v a!--, this \ i-ii filled. eyes," he Al mini dreams. hood I h nu'\pres^ to cxpre-; cr ii:ne d'.ii i u;i CM. "Tenn. 1 , sou d intnilions -in^ this \ Nit. as I hey talked of <.iid '1 n my ln>\ • nf i:nmnrla!il v -• All kindtk of general and heavy Lilacksnttthin^. We in ami fact tire Kidpers, Orang-e Hacks s.nd llox Presse.-, Horseshoeing fl Speciolty Home Phone 65 Shop West Badillo 5t, Csvina 6O YEARS' EXPERIENCE (OVINA TRANSFER HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling- and Furniture Moving 1 . Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SKRVICE. PRICES RIGHT. Office OB Citrus Ave. (ovim, 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 809 Soulh Hill Street Los Anjfeles, Cal. Strong:, original, practical, SUCCKSS- f ; in,. "BKTTKHNKSS" its distinctive quality. Open entire year—^beg-in when ready. POSITIONS SKCURKD. Write us to-dav. Jshnssn &, INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave . Howell & Howell BREAD * Light, Sweet and Wholesome »* FTCRSH EVERY DAY AT V. $; Brown's and Crcnshaw's L a . Cake and Confectionery Wag-on through valley daily. Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Setmson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of horses and stock received for oasture. ".i'! 1 have nc\ er licen aide Iheni. 1 >ha!l I ry so'iie ilay.' 1 said that I. Inn. had fell b -'.lung of thai Uin,I. \\hereai Tenn.\ .-.on. lu-ui^ in "lie ill Ins |,.>s !iui::i!i;.' ummls, gmuied. 'I don i heliiMi' \uii have. \ mi .s.i \ i! mi: . i!' n\ airy ' " A!!iii^'-,.i :.: .!,--••! i'n-s Tc!i:>y - ,14', ! n,,| In-s-i for -•..:; 4,- : a ; , sl;,- :l .is ;!;!,..1 ill : :'•-'. i.'i id in 1 ,!• I : i !,i- :i i:: _;.- >\\. a :;.! •I ! :•-. ' I li- ' • I .r "U • . -. r .• I ,M . ;• -.1 vv TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac. fli ainl >1o»v-r'i>(l»n mar our .'['ilium fret; *tii'lh<'r all U'iy IMEi'nt:it<!0. < I'lninllnii-ii- lii.inMnriv.-....li.ionti.'il. HANDBOOK . n I'^eim l'.ili-';Ui likin tfir'.iu'h Miii:ii A I'n. n-i'etvn »J>iVI li li 't l t v. K II tl.HJl clliir.'O. Ill ttllj Scientific^flmericam IK YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me befi>rc you let your job. HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING . Pies, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. Shopping in Los Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAPE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a la carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Csmpany Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Angeles FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San 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 aud sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. We Have All Kinds of Feed Seed = Rolled Barley The sight of it will make your stock fat RECLEANED WHEAT CRACKED CORN FEED MEAL MIXED CHICKEN FEED SEED BARLEY and WHEAT PRATT'S EGG FOOD EGG-MORE COULTSON EGG FOOD OIL CAKE BEEF SCRAP GRITS add SHELLS STOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD PRATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer He-fore buying- call and <;et prices San milling: Co. ^aaasaatis&s^r^tB^^ Annual Meeting. Si'otice is hereby given that the an- j naul meeting of the .stockholders of All work guaranteed and prices '-. the «-'>l )r " s Avenue \Vau-r Company j . , I will he held on Saturday. March 7. J. C. XAf.K, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK 51. ^ New York »;•. U U'lt .,-, :?,.. I' .-I . \Va.i!. .i;». -... U. I.. C. H. Kistler ; 1">^, ;il 2 p.m., at liu- p-.iinpitjg plant! of ihe coi"p'<r.Ui'-n, r\/r tiu 1 purpoio oi i • cli'i'tini; .: ho.ird ol director-> at.il for t';',- -r.m-a •-, ; . M; >-f-,i; :.•'•...;• hr. - i . i: ->.>, Allkitid^'it juhhin^ carpentering' .-"i:..- :„•!'••:.• ti:,- n i-.-t- a'.ld. ./abiUft \VOrli. \'n>:iiv.. -.i< I'M. ; >v,i,i...,. Store and Office Fixtures,

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