Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 21, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, March 21, 1908
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* Social Htcws * * 9 *#*####*#**#*##*** Mrs. Merlon GHsv.old entertained with R dinner party on Hnnday hint, Jiixt.oon mernbers of tho iwrnodifilo family being present t» ''elobnito tho of 'I.'. I 1 ', (iriswold and h)H •, Mrs. Klliot.l, both oronr- ririK fin (hat day. Arii','M«.sl the gleam of silver and cut, Klfisn, dainty ruiH- JiirriniriH arid r:nrrot ferns formed a Th(! nifitnhorH of f.'uvina I. O.O.I 1 '., KIIVC ii nharmiiiK reception to .heir (inind Chief I'dfrinrfh, Mr. IMercf! of LHH Armeies. The funo lion was nui'ln one of UK- muff. <;l.'iho rare anrl pleiiuiiitf in lorl^'i Hirle.H {hiring the present year. A number «jf visitors xv-rr: present, from Axnii.t, Cil«iiflor«, Monrovia, Poniomi and ulsowliern. Following flu; progtiim nn oywtor Hnpper wn.-t .server! in the iet. room. Miss Daisy HDHH, who leaves today for her homo in Blue Muiiiiri, Kan- HHH, WIIH tenderer) n frirnwoll party hv Hcveral 8(!or<) of her young frioiulH on Wednesday evening nl. the, ro.sirlwice. of Mr. and MrH. W. Q. dialer, wilh whom she. hiiH been rnak'irig her homo jur tho past t\vu years, A very pleasing feature; of l,!io overling W.-JH the iiniHiofil program given by n number of the young pooplo. M KOHH haa lieen a universal favorite fitnong tho young people of our city, who bnrio thht Homctime flhe will return to rwi ke thorn. her permanent IIOIJH; among The Chrifitiitn Kndr-nvnr Hooioty of tlio PreHbylc.'i'ian Ohurrh fjiifertainef] \vlt,h n rnoHt. enjoyubie Hf.. Pntrick'H cltiy party hint TuoHfliiy (jvening. The iifriiir WHH II!HO inf.(;rifl(!(i (is a reception for tho new niumherH lately re- ceivorl into the church. Oreen deco- j'at.iouH woro in evidonee nnrl tlio jilnco tjiirdfl wore greon borderef] Hluuni'ock leaves witfi iifipropriato Jriah vcrwoa thorenn. Over sixty were prcscut and uiuny merry giirno.s \voro player], irio!udlng ''' Stories," "Getting Acquainted, " and » «roen bowered miniatnro Lnke ot ootitiilned in itw depths a for everyone, whiub wns for wltb great hilarity. I<«wore nerved. Each member presented n cup and' saucer for the use of tbo kitchen. Former Resident Dead. r There WHS buried yesterday frorti Ilia home in LON AngoleA, n good iniui, who during tho (JH'yenrH of his life made many frieml.s and tiiiHsing i« mourned wiiJoly, o.speoially in the neighborhood in which he lived and worked. .It WUH for John McNish that tho last ritnH woro hold on Friday morning. MoNiwh WUH ono of the early pioneers of this valley, conducting at one time a Htoio near where tho A/.utm winery now Htandn. He was a ]iroininont member of tho Ancient, Ordflr of United Workmen, being a charter membor of th<> Covina lodge, which waH iimtitutod in 1HH5. Fur Home years h« nerved tho lodge in the tiapacity of rotuinJor. His fuornal WIIH tittondod by a inuiibor of local Work- •u'en. Ho cliildron. It-lives a widow ami two Baseball. the the tho Liint. Sutunliiy u(ti'rnnon on local grounds the Coviua hdhool biiseliull team defeated II.S.C. Di'iittil (^olh)ge nino by hc.ore of H to r>. (.,)n iii> u hti'Ko mini tier ;i f people attended the Content, Tho Ciivina to\\n teiim went to A/.UHU last Sunday for a «uiin' an. I defeated by the score of H to 7. The Correct Thing. Would you always bo in ami faultlessly correct? In making your selection of hats you will call on Mrs. Leebrick, tlio milliner. She is carrying this season the tlnost array of trimmed hats over shown in uur city. Ktvleti faultloHs ami becoming t« all. Prices will bo found Matin factory. Don't forget the location nn the west side of Citrus avenue. Adv. Frank Huii.srr is nursing » dif caied arm, tin* ivsiill ut u tall 'I'mwdav oi Iti'hi-ui'siilD \vill !i>'t;iii I't'.xt \M-i-k on (liiiil'H "linly Cily," under tlic di ri-c,tiun ut Miij-j Mntiiildu VV'clcb ui Loh An^idf.s. The best vtical tul flit uf ('nviiiii will put (icijiuto p iiid it is huped tn have tlii! oiat'irin lca.l\ li,i pn<M(Mi(i:t inn i-urly in Al;iy. i; \ M ii'e ,-iUi i'i-\ , h;is < iii I y !i ui ml li-, r.i-.t f 1 -.> , al-.i liuvu -uin-v h 11 iii-i>. liial i' i-i ^'J'.'.'ii 1 : \\ ill .->•! I I h.- iiiit 111 |..r .? .<•>. >, . (.,•,!.,•i , II. \. \\',-|. I,, a' -lli • -i II...- yai'i .•. \\ .-;.-d i:,- ,:• \ (• ,. n All Dny Service. The Indies of the Foreign Missionary Hof'iot.y of the Methodist Church on Wednesday celebrafed the completion of the ,Si!)idny-3choiil and social fiortion of their new building by nn nlldtiy n.i-isionary'ing, which »t- tra/'tf>d vever;il score of ladien interfiled in the foieiun mission field from fJlendora, .Sxu-a, Pasadena and othr-r points. The tnor:iiim ^e^-iidii upened prornptly a! 10 a.m. with :i hupe attendance, Mrs. fi. \V. Lee, pieKident of the local soeiety, nr< ^idint!. Thi; devotional exercises v ere in charge of Mrs. (>. \>. \Vhilcon;b <-f fIlendora. The jiromi nent. speakers of the day were Mrs. Woodcock, corie<<ponrlinK secretary of the district, Mis Harri HOII, national Hiiperinti-ndent of'child- ren's work, Mrs. Johnson, bianch cdrreufioiifling secretary, Mrs. O'N'eil, asMociale branch corrrjr-ponding secretary, all of Pamidena. Hefore the close of the morning scHHion there were a number introduced to the assemblage, among others being Rev. Mr. Moll, pastor of the Met.hodiflt Church o f Horn bay, India, who was greeted by the ladies with the ehautaiupia salute. At noon an excellent luncheon was prepared and served by the Covina ladies, tables being laid in tho parlors of tho new church, and the hour thus spent was by no means the least enjoyable of the d/iy. Voting ladies, members of the .Standard JJearcrs, acted as waitresses. Tho afternoon session opened with devotional exercises led by Mrs. Mc- C»c'0 of Aznwi. M™. Harry W. White, wife of the pastor of the local chnrch, filled the chair. Mrs. Ira LaFetra of (jlctidora gave an interesting talk on Chili, where she waa active in educational work for a number of years. Mrs. Woodcock had charge of Die questi'Mi box. The young people'*) hour was in charge of Mrs. O'Neil, Mrs. Harrison, who is of national fame in the children's work of the society, having charge of the children's hour. Rev. Mr. Moll also favored the ladiea with a short address. Toward the close of tho afternoon session a number of little Light Bearers entered in procession carrying banners arid marching to the platform each little tot recited a verse, mid Donald Warner pl«yed u piano solo. The evening sesuiou was largely attended, the church being comfortably filled. Mrs. Johnson of Pasadena presided. The speakers were Mrs. Harrison and Key. Mel!. This gentleman is thoroughly conversational with the political situation in the far Fast and his address was intensely interesting throughout. On leaving hidia ho spent some time in Japan. "Tho Japanese have no love for our people or our institutions," said Mr. Moll, "but as long as America maintains in tiio Pacific ocean two battleships to their one peace will be maintained and our demands will be respected. As a nation they are hunting for a <|uarrol and they would bo fighting China today hut for the fact that they woro informed by the ItrUiali Ambassador that war at this time would be displeaging to his government. It in these two nations, Kngland and America, that will maintain peace in the Kast, and that only by maintaining an armament that will at all times command tho respect of tho lioMiucrant Jap." Pleasing numhors on tho evening program were a vocal solo by Miss Matlio liroakey, a promising pupil of Mrs. IJen F. Thorpe, a piano nolo by Miss (leraldine Asohenhieiu;or, and a mixL'd and a male t|uarlet. NUTKS. Mrs. Johnson, svho was oiitt of the prominent speakers of the day, In a sinter of the Hon. A. J. Wallace, a councilman of the city of Lou Angeles, who two weoks ago spoke lie- forn tho Fortnightly Club o! this city. Mis. O'Neil, who is in her 7f>th your, was one of tho brightest speak erH of the day. Her heart and soul have boon in the missionary cause for years and she was a charter mem her and an otlluor of tho first Foreign- Mi.sriionary Society niganl/cd in I,OH Angoles in Iho old Fort tstreot church. During tho morning seinmii Kegi iiald White, son of Rev. and Mrs. H. W. White of thi! home church, was made a lite mcmht'r of the missionary society. Mrs. llollo'say, widow of the into Kev. llolloway, formerly pastor of this chnrch, was one ot the number who un.joyed the day. Mrs. Mclioo of A/.mm and Kev. and Mid. Rcinius of (ilcndoiu were present throughout the wh»lc i!ay. Thore were live active and »ix bun orary members secured f< r the Foreign Missionary Society at th>' evening who contributed toward the dinner, to all who furnished music for the occasion, to the speakers for their ad- dreHfif-s, and to others for many favors. Mrs. O. W. Lee, Property Owners Take Notice. I have, twenty clients who havft property and cash who want acreage, and groves from 2 to '20 acres Lift yoir groves find acreage with rue, for '•ale or ex'-hange. FRANK L. FUARV, Room (!, Staiilon lildg. , Pasadena. Schedule Por fllectrlc Cars. Reo Automobiles THE CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Reo owners Aiigt:I in. M : 1 1 1 11:40 12:.-")0 2.00 3:00 3:45 4:30 5:30 0:4.', 8:5') 11:30 L,cav« Covina .S: ; ,0 a. 111. 1 1 :->0 1:00 p. m. 2:00 3:10 4:05 4.~f> 5:35 0:30 7:50 10:00 Home- Seekers' Excursion Every Thursday Over 300 acres fine grape, jar- den and poultry land Now is the the time to see Beaumont and select the best land. By planting now you pet the benefit of the spring- rains. These acres are level, close in and adjoin lands upon which water is developed at U> feet. Purchasers may develop their own individual water supply and be absolutely independent of conditions everywhere. The land is pronounced by experts as unsurpassed for the •flaming' Tokay and all other fine table grapes, producing the pick earlier and of a higher quality than- at any other point in this section. Choice of level acres $90 and up On very easy terms, Don't overlook the importance of Beaumont city lots right now when so many are seeking safe and profitable investment. If you have already bought farm, fruit or grape land at Beaumont, dont wait too long to secure your city lots for a town residence.- Remember that the lots purchased only a few years, ago at Kiverside. Redlands and other fast growing cities are worth up in the thousands now. History will repeat itself at'Beaumont. Do yen-realize that we can sell you a city lot f>0xl60, equivalent to a- quarter acre, with graded streets in front, and 20 foot alley in rear, with water piped direct, and with magnificent shade trees 3<) to 60 feet high. For $85 and up On small payments. For health and homeseehers in the finest climate in Southern California, for live investors who appreciate- this rapid-growing section of the State, city lots at Beaumont big profits. Come in for tickets and go Thursday on our special excursion train. If you can't conn; in, mail this pon for information: cou- C. [!. KyiT, I'n'Hidi'ri! H'-iini l.anil nnil Wuli-r Cm ±JH MiTi'iinlilf riiu-c. ririisi- nriul rn<- III. lli'iiuiniiiil ami Ilic fruit l.iii Htuti' wiiul rut*'.s yuu mal\i Nuint^ Ailtlivs.-i ipany five ra^i in Hum* 1 . from hurt). James Corbett General Bleiok-smltHIng of general ami Covina French Hand Laundry Ferran & Co., Props. ALL WORK DONE BY HAND Lace ctirtairs. fine silks, flannels and lace goods, our specialty. Ail work called for and delivered. Satisfaction is guarantees. If you (rive its a fair trial you will not regret it. PRICES Touring Car with top, 51450.00 Reo Roadster. 20 h. p., SI 100.00 Reo Runabout, 57UO.OO Also agents for \Vayne "30" 4-t.rlindcr and Kisselcar. (ret a demonstration before buying. J. C. NALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing carpentering and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixturcp, REO COVINA (OVINA TRANSFER HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling' and Furniture Moving-. Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICKS RIGHT. Office OB Citrus Ave. Covina, C*l. Home Phone 108 \NKs. I CARRIAGE AND AUTO Ipainkr Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 809 South Hill Street Los Angeles, C«l. Strong-, original, practical, SUCCESS- FUI,. "BETTERNKSS" its distinctive qualiiy. Open entire year—begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write us to-dav. Jshnsan & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing sf all Kinds Shop on Citrus Ave Howell & Howell £ BREAD ^ Light, Sweet ** and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's I Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME!, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cakes, Hot 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 Company Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Angeles AH kinds heavy We .manufacture Ridkers, Orange Racks :i;id Bos Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 6J Shop West Baditlo St, Ca\ina Q. W. MARSH Practical l Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch i A limited number of horses and ! stock received for oasture. FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS « in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley ' On main line of railroad and near g-ood 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 Covina, Cal. IP YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR ; PAPER HANGING i done, see rne before you let your job. Ail work yuar.itHeed and prices We Move All Kinds of Peed and Seed = Polled Barley The sight of it will make jour stock fat RKCLKANKDWHEAT CRACKED CORN FEED MEAL MIXED CHICKEN FEED SEED BARLEY and WHEAT PKATT'S EGG FOOD KtiG-MORK COULTSONEGG FOOD OIL CAKE BEEF SCRAP GRITS and SHELLS STOi K SALT , , •-N SHORTS INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD PRATT'S ANIMAL REGULATOR High Grade Fertilizer . Before buying call and get prices Son Nil, <\ 1NA C. H.Kistler GQQS'SSi

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