Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 25, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, April 25, 1908
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al Events, April 2 is the date of the Eastern Star entertainment nt Reed's Hall. Mrs. Chilton was the gnest Wednesday of Mrs. N. B. Irwin. on Miss Evelyn Fletcher left ou Sunday to visit friends in Berkeley. Don't forget tho date of tho Eastern Star entertainment. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bell on Wednesday, April 8, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. D. Eyman Huff spent the week end with relatives in Long Beach, Mrs. C. E. Crawford ie visiting relatives and friends in the northern part of tho state. First class chicken bone, 100 Ibs. $2.50. San Gabriel Valley Milling Company. Place your spare cash in tbc Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. Plain sewing at my home. Mra. Followell, First and San Bernardino Road, tf Come and hear the great lady ventriloquist at the Eastern Star entertainment. For Sale or Rent — Modern bungalow on West Center, furnished or uu furnished. See Mrs. G. F. Preston. Miss Madeline Crabtree of Pasadena is the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. W. G. Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hesseltine are building a cozy little bungalow on theii property on East Italia street. Mr. and Mra. Geo. Graham of Charter Oak are spending the week end with friends in Santa Monica. Miss Anna Herron is spending a few days at Long Beach with friends, Mr. and Mrs. McFarlane and daughter, formerly of Covina. - Mrs. Rosa C. Clarke, with her children, in spending a few days at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sutherland Button of Santa Monica. Mr. and Mrs. * Blake of Charter Oak have been spending several days at the home of an aunt in Los Angeles. Mrs. C. E. Bemis and daughters are spending a few days-at the home Ormther's sweets nre pnro and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. For Rent—5-rnoin house. Call 2005 for information. Eastern entertainment Tuesday, April 28. Admission 25o. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and family spent tho week at Ocean Park viewing the fleet. First class chicken bone, 100 Ibs. $2.60. San Gabriel Valley Milling Company. Miss Charlotte Lewis and Miss Margaret Robh of Ontario spoilt Sunday with young lady friends in Covina. Mr. Perry Colbert of Kentucky is the guest this week of Mrs. G. J. Reynolds and family at their beautiful home near Irwindale. Coulson's p]eg Food will make your hens lay more eggs than any other known food. 82.00 per sack. San Gabriel Vnlley Milling Company. Stable for rent 3 stalls, carriage house, large corral, water convenient. G. W. Marsh, opposite the postofflce. tf L. L. Ratekin, of the San Gabriel Valley Milling Company, is spending two weeks at the San Jacinto Springs, taking baths for the benefit of bis health. Those singing in the "Holy City" are requested to be at rehearsal promptly at 7:45 Wednesday evening at the parlors of Mrs. MoLnugh- lin at the Veudorne Hotel. Rehearsal will begin at 8 o'clock sharp. The regular monthly business meeting of the Epworth League of the Methodist Church was held in the church on Thursday evening, at which time the following offices were elected for the ensuing year: President, E. C. SieweriX first vice, Miss Bessin Lecbrick; second vice, Miss Mattie Breakey; third vice. Miss Mina Cady; fourth vice, Miss May Hull; secretary, Wallace Reed; treasurer, Guy Bradley; organist, Miss Mabel Smith. OUR AdTffIS: Warner, Wtiihel & (o. Brown & Bonn PIMM SMitin tmlrt P Bemis at Hollywood the departure of the of Mr. Horace and will see fle*et. . .'•;...•: '.'.-' . ' The Misses Davine of Orange Park ranch are visiting at the home of Mra. Unger, an old friend from iowa now located at Long Beach. Miss Lelah Irwin was the guest on Thursday and Friday of Misa Deacon in Los Angeles. On the latter day they were joined by Miss Brunjes and took a trip to the beaches. Coulson's Baby* Chich Feed will make chicks grow and feather quick and never get sick or die. Why do you go to the Milling Company? Be cause we get what we call for, you bet your hat. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watts and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Douglass and daughter took an auto trip to Long Beach on Monday and on Tuesday were guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Benedict of Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb .snout a few days here this week, with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,J. B. Lamb. They are on their honeymoon trip from Missouri, where they were recently mairied, to, their future home in Oakland. Ruth Finley, who has been staying at the home of Mrs. L. B. Iii«gins since her mother's death, is recovering slowly from typhoid fever. Mrs. RigL'ius will take the girls for a week end visit in Los Angeles and Pasadena. LAN lo take dinner at the VENDOME to- morroH'. Special music. Two of tha young "boys in blue" were guests ot Herman Plead ley and sisters ou Wednesday last, Mr. Aus- vvjek "ere greatly enjoyed by tin Baum and Mr. Raymond of the Minnesota. Mr. Baum is a two- striped quartermaster. Ilia father was also tho uuest of their old friends and neighbors. .. ',,.. Our readers will be pleased to learn that Mrs. Henry Mace, Jr., who was operated upon several weeks ago at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, for appendicitis, has so far recovered that t>he is expected home today. Mr. and Mrs. H. Mace., Sr., of Charter Oak, art- enjoying a visit from their son. F. E. MUCH, of BiH- bee, Arizona. Mr. Mace left hen; seven years ago for Arizona, where he has .since become largely interested in the butcher business. He expresses himself as surprised ami pleased at the many extensive improvements which have teen made, in Covina and vicinity during his seven years "f absence. Yeoman H. R. Hub bard of the U. S.S. Alabama, flagship, was a guest for a day this week of his schoolmate, -Carroll Pitts. The March Bluejacket," a paper devoted to the interests of the enlisted men of the U. S. navy, contains an interesting article from the peu pf Mr. Hubbard desciptive of the early stages of the great cruise, whicb we shall take pleasure in publishing in a subsequent issue of the Argus. Among the talent participating in the oratorio to be snng iu Covinu soon, iinder the direction of Bess Mathilda Welch of Los Angeles, is Mrs. Geo. D. McLaughlin, who is a recent valuable acquisition to the musical circles of Covina. Mrs. McLaughliu is the possessor of a high soprano voice of sweet and sympathetic quality. Others having prominent parts arc Mrs. Pan Stevens, Mrs. J. M. Whitsol, Mrs. J. L. Matthews, Mra. John Brunjes, Miss Mario Thompson, Mrs. Wiley Nuzurn, Mr. H. L. Marshall and Mr. Brewster of Walnut Center. Mr. and Mra. Gto. W. GriflitliH Jr., and family have moved to their now ranch home in the foothills north of Lr.rdsbnrg. Mr. GrifHths has acquired by purchase 1-10 acres of land which has been beautifully improved and with his acknowledged artistic, tasto will make it; one of the beauty spots of California. Mr. Grifliths expects to still look upon Covina as his borne town, and the Argun hopes that ho will again KCC his way clear to invest in Covina property. He in a man wo can ill afford to lone, ns bft never undertake anything bu', what in a Ixiiinflt and improvement to the community in which lie operates. No one man has done more to help build up our city than Gc.o. W. Grifliths. The illustrated lectures, given at the Brethren Church during the past all, especially by the unlniveltd. The large attendance, notwithstanding it was "fleet week." shows the just ap- j preoiation of our community for an 1 evening's hour entertainment of such 'high merit. More than three hun- Idred and fifty scenes were used dur: ing the five niKblH, many of which j clearly certified to the truthfulness I of prophecy aud the Bible account of ! the ancient world. Others in the .nature of an archeography revealed ! the august qualities, strong mentality, and marvelous achievement of some of tho tutrly world's ureut rulers, who have twice mude history. Mr. Guthrie'a work showed him to be a careful and painstaking observer, aiming at accuracy in all bis account*, as well as an energetic and indomitable traveler. He i>i now pl'iiiniijg for another very extensive tour during 1!»10. From California lie will make a lengthy itineraiy through the hast. Mrs. S. C. Ashor and daughter Elsie nave been visiting this week with rieuds in Long Beach. Geo! Reog, now of La Miradn, was visiting friends and relatives iu Covina yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thomas of [nglewood were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. H. M. Brubaker over last Sun- Jay. Mrs. Lily Taylor and children and Miss Anna Finch ot Redlands were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Hepner over last Sunday. J. R. Gaut is suffering intensely from blood poisoning iu his right band, caused by 'a scratch from a rusty nail. T. F. Griswold returned yesterday trom San Francisco where he has been in attendance on tho Grand Chapter, R. A.M., as a delegate from the A/iisa Chapter. There is a slight / improvement noticed this week in the condition of the wife of Rev. M. II. Perry, who has been dangerously ill for several weeks. TEN DOLLARS REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED for return of my dog "Sam, "strayed away March 20; or five dollars for authentic information of deut.h. Dog part water spaniel (larger than); long, black wavy hair—a little white on neck aud breast; tail long aud busby; wore a blackstrap collar with ring. John Oilman, Covina, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson entertained some of their relatives and 1 friends on Easter Sunday with a turkey dinner at their new and commodious home on Double avenue. The table was beautifully arranged, the centerpiece being of roses. Covers were laid for ten. Those present were Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Bowmen, Master Ray Bowmen, Mr. and Mrs. W'm. F. Granlee, Miss Linstrom and Mr. Daniels of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson proved themselves ideal entertainers. Lieut. Geo. E. Day was the dinner guest on Wednesday evening of hiH cousin, Dr. L. S. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorpe being present. Lieut. Day is the navigating otllcej- on Admiral Evans's staff and had the chief responsibility of directing the fleet tho entire distance of their journey, which included Home difll- cttlt and anxioiiH stretches, such ah passing through the Straits of Magellan and the entering of Mugdulcnu ; bay. He served in the, Spanish war | and received honors and promotion! for his part in several engagements, j It IH fifteen years since the lieutenant < visited this Thropes in LOB Armeies | and he is astounded 'vitli the growth and delighted with the boau'y of that city. Although pressed for time he took an auto trip round the valley and was inn !i infatuated thereby. Lieut. Day will entertain his Covinu relatives on board the (laghhip on Sal unlay. ! For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Fur immodintc delivery of stnhle niniinrc seo F. K. Diuldcrar. Thoroughbred White Leghorn otfgs fo! sotting, III per 100. H. K. Wnrcl, (Shnrter Oak. Phone 1261. tf For Sale — RiiRKy nntl hnrnoaa in good Condition. See Mnralmll, the bnrber, tf Cnmen t. blocks, 8x10 inches, for Hnle by T). K. StitoH, tho commit, nmn. Prid?s tho lowest. ' For Hale-— Comfortable, five room residence in line seoUon of town, 81800. J. H. MattlieuH. For n stylish liair cut, or an easy shave pntronizn the Awlier biirhitr shop. Baths in connection. tf WANTED-- Chickens and calves. J. C. Baldrldgc, Covina, Cul. P.O. box '.I'M. rhono '2000. tf For Sale Navel and Valencia nursery Stock. W. Jj. Kellar. Phono 3055. tf First class chicken hone, 100 Ilia. 82.50. San Uabriol Valley Milling Company. For Sale ........ A safe family horse with a good aingle buggy arid linrncHS for 8(!0. Inquire at this otllco. Have your rubber tires set by Wilson's rubber tiro setter, tho only one of its kind in the valley. tf. stable C. C. Home Wo can offer you tho beat manure at reduced prices. Cady or Frank L. llcpner. phone. I am now prepared to do/ill kinds o' ranch work. Good team and every tool necessary. W. A. Blako- more, Home phone 1051). 4 2t5p Wanted -A bright and honest boy to leant trade. Good chance for right party. Covina Harness and Saddlery Co. For Sale — Thoroughbred White Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for setting. Mrs. J. Wholer, Cypress avonuer • Home jibone 1008. Tulare land raises oranges, all kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Come up with us on Friday and see them. J. H. Matthews, Covina. Phone 5008. For Sale—Eggs for hatching and day old chicks from incubator from the following standard bred fowls: White Rocks, White Minoreaa and White Leghorns. Young pull tits for sale. Henson & Clements, E. Uadillo street, tf LOST OR STOLEN--'A package from tho Broadway Department Store containing over 8UO worth of dry goods was taken from t.he Jrwindalo Ave. crossing between Wednesday evening and Thufiday morning. Finder will please, lol.urn package to ,1. G. Robham, Irwindale, and receive liberal reward. FOR SALE 2 lino lots clone in, cheap, 5 room house and lot 00x180, 8'iOUO will buy Hie bent. invcMfmciif in tin) town, paying I Ti pe.i cent. Business block, good invenl nient, 2 good lots to trado for residence properly. 1 room house lo lei, close in. Money to loan. COVINA KlvU/l'Y CO., Clark A-, THE: Covina Peoples Store | /TMf'nW PMV A'PTf T>\ 5^*" (iNCOKPOKATKIl) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMIL\ SPECIAL SALE OF Ladies' Wrappers Any ladies wrapper in the house 89c Sun bonnets, all kinds and colors only 2:v. All 15c and 12;{- outing flannel go at Hit: a yard. Ladies' sleeveless vests from U)c to 75c each. And a thousand other good things. Come in and ask us; no trouble to show goods. When You Eat Candy You prefer good candy. The best candy made. Candy famous thu world over. Roeo^ni/od as without a peer. That's the Reason We handle, nut the cheaper grades, but Gunther's, Watkin.s" Nc.stlu'n, Bensdorf'n candies that .-have proven thumsolvi'H to hold first place; for purity, workmanship, and ex- quisito flavoring. • Wn rw'olvc n fn Hiipply ovi'ry w<' nl< BRASS mm) and MAQII SHOP MANUFACTURERS OF Irrigation *<• GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Bq nip peel for All Classes of Machine Work Patterns K->l i ma ten Kuril lulled, KELLAR & THOMASON H!iop it 11(1 Office opposite S. I'. Dep'jt Home HIOIM: 2H'I Covina, ( 'i\l. *-####**#*#-*######* PROVIDENT MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PAYS on I year Term Deposits on monthly balances Asset*, Sl,4 ( '7,047 SECURITY- 'I'm t Deeds on Improver! Keal DIKKCTOKS f ¥ . W. Hlinn, l're». Win. l>. Uahcock L. J. Christopher, Vic.n-I'rn.. Pease K. A. Wilson M. H. HellniJiii N. Hon'ilio Send for booklet No. Vi J. M. HUNTER, Manager H. 15ro;u!v,-ay I,os A iij^ele-> ' * •# * # # #• * # # # # * # * #• * * * # # •# * * * * # * * # * # # * * * * * Say! /Iftr. fflanobcr You are conducting •' big biihiiicsb inure money in- vfstcd than many busmen* house* do a ^jood deal of correspondence, don't yon:' J.»o yon always liyvc Mutable paper handy wh'-n yon wish to write? l)n yon know that wt: can furnish you with the very hest of writing paper and en velojx-s, ns.-atly printed with your name or the name of your ranch, plai: ( : of residence and date line, cheaper than you can xecnre tahleu a nd e/i i.'elo|ie.i > n biitji'l (jna.ii- titie-..' 'I hii will make yoiir corrcr.i.'ondem e MI iin onvenient. and more COVINA AKI.CS, J'KINTKKS Covina Pharmacy E. U. SMITH, Prop. Always RELIABLE and PROMPT I Telephone 12 Emergency Call 1138 BEN F. THORPE CliJYUiNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE o '.•> '*> inches in diameter General Cement Work of All Kinds Kcinfonlcd Corn p-tf IJuiNiiinf * ;i Specialty «««*««*«***«*««* Y •"•''• W>: ' A <'V|«-'--« Avenue Telephone •1037

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