Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 23, 1908 · Page 8
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Social 1Rc\vs Editors Visit Yosemite. One of Covina's most popular future' brides Miss Marie Wirlnry, was coin-! plirtientcd with a surprise "linen i shower,' Thursday evening, at the ! home of Mixs Mamie Cook. A dainty ! .••upper was served. An enjoyable evening was spent by the Women of Woodcraft who invaded the home of Mrs. .'. .I. Urubuker lo the niirnlier of about forty. The! house was dnr.irntod with houipietH of frHtfrntit sweet, peas. Many merry Barnes were played until I i :HO, when refreshments were server). The Junior League of tho Procb.y- terian (,'hurch hold one of their jileiif ant socials In tho social room of tho church, twenty-six members being jjresptit. The evening was Hpent, iri ^amen and ice croarn and cake were f-erved. The yount; men of F>ev. II. U'liilo'n [Sunday-school class entertained the .young ladies at, a pio social on Tuesday evening at the home of I Jr. and Mrs. C. F. Aschenbrenner. (JamoH arid music were enjoyed. Kefresh- merits of pie and cocoa were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. JIo- bart (/ushrnan. On Wednesday aflr-rnonn t h o L.H d i OH A id of the Christian Church gave a KtirpriHO party at I ho home of Mrs. W. (}. Conlcy in honor of Mrs. Annette Crawford, tlioir president, who is K"i"K east for a three months' visit. Mrs. Crawford was presented wil.ii a gold thi rnh In and was very much' touched and delighted. Ice cream and cake were served, the cream being moulded with the letter "C. " A pleasant function of the week was the reception given by Mrs. J, O. Jlouser and hr:r daughters for the young people of I,hf3 Christian Mn- deavor of the (Jhristian Church. The affair was in the nature of a lawn party, Japanese lanterns being used to illuminate tho ficeno. (lames •wore played outside and then the party adjourned to the house which wns gaily decorated with sprayn of bourgalnvilln. A musical program wrts oujoyed and refreshments con- stating of ten, wafers and stuffed dates were served.' '- Monday Afternoon Club. There was n largo at, ton dunce at tho mooting of tho Monday iiflernnon Club on Monday aftornonn and tho audlorico WIIH delighted \vil,h tho iileiiHunt talk on l.ho Philippine lain rid B givon by Mr. (!oo. AKchnn- broiinor who kept hln lioart'i's broath- JCHH ntitil a Into Inni' 1 , HO i.iial, thorn \va.s no tinio lol'l, for llio papor pro parod liy iMr.s. AHohonhronnor. Mr. AHchonhrciinor gavo an inlcr- CHtiiig account, of t.ho government, geography, laiiguagon and poopleH of thi'No ifdandn, boHidoH touching upon thoir rnaimoi-M and oiiHl.om.H, his talk buing illimtralod by many curios, HIIC.II IIH bunkotH, inatH, \voapon.s and tooln, al.'io neodliuvork and pina and othor iialivn olnlliM. Ho in well qualified to Hptiiik on tho Biibjoot, hnving boon (or HOIIIO time a toucher on ono of tho islands MI-H. AKchonbronnor waH droHnod in it prolty droHi nt' bhio and whito native plna cloth, very dainty and Hhnor. Tho next iiiooUiig is tlio lant of tho NOIIHOII, \vhon olllccrs \vill bo oldctiiil for tho oiiNiiing ycur. 'J'ho>:o iiuublo tn bo prcHont urn \irgcd tu HOIK! Ihcir proxioH HO that tho wishos of tIKI monilxn'H may bo oomplotoly ropruNonti'd. Chicken Pie Supper. Thn nhiekoii pio Hiippor Nurvod by tho Indies of tho Molhodint ('hnrch in llio iihiiroh parloi-H on Tui^day t'VcniiiK WIIH priMionncod by all I hose who participated as a culinary sue eeHH. Thero wan cliiokou pio for ovoiyliody and I him HOIIIO. Thn Hiippor WIIH followed by a sue ial evening inleiHiiersed w itli readings and musical nuiiihoiH, all of which received hearty encores. I'rugrai/i : , 'Ii'iiiiilioiic solo, \V, .\sehenl 1'iailo holo, Jennie Kistler, K'cadlny, .Minnie Siiison. Vocal fdo, Mattio Hreakov. lioading, Miss Alma WilHoii. Clarinet and cornet duel, L. D. Sissoii and Uenj. Siss. n. VlJiutl fcoln, Mis. ,1. M. Whitf.'l. rl from first u'tiilf Hhfft. iwcnf.v, thirty or forty (off, milking nn riLTncnbln •fiuntniHt. with the smooth Mirfnrf of Ihn v'jlfr impounded in tho flum at'ovc. From HurM's.Ii'if! BfiifJ on Mm rnoiintfiin drk'H nif: woll cfi\(irrl \vitli yri'.vii woodn that, arow brighter nii'l frr-slmr HH wo iihc.f'fif'l thf: r-finyon. The rivr.T, too, nfipr-urH rnorf: limpid, morn full of frnnh lifn and MH^'.''' motion tho •tiwif'r wo appfofu:!) its psm-nt. HIIOWH, HH it, leaps and bound.'! nrnori« tht; ronkH. At. F-'.l Porfiil, th<! r-ml of fh<; niilrond, the inoiintriiiiH hnvc yrown from )I!]|H five hnnrr-d fr;fit hi«h to Kioiit yrt\t)\\<! riblmd mnnritniiiH rising twnnt.y five hundred anr] thrpf IhotiHHnd ftjct ahovr: thr: fufmiiiitf river. 'J.'ho hotel nt. HI I'orlel, jiiHt corn- plelerl, )H 11 b^fiut.ifull.v ftppointfr] building in a rnoMt, charming, HH v.i'l I ii H a rnoHt, wild ami roiniint.lo npot. Modern, to l.ho ni<!OHt detail, with Hiinfit in conrlitioiiH ideal, nt nn nlt.itude of two thoiiKand fret and NttimliiiK at thf: doorway to tho Yo- Komit.o, and undor the able, mariB«e,- nic-rit of Mr. Hell, it is destined to bcc.omo a pnrmlnr winter roHort. In HiibHe(|iii)nt iirtioleH wo will t"ll our rearlerH of our first impressions of th(! vulley, the bin tvofis HH f.e.en in a snow storm in May, and our experiences on the trail to (ilnricr point. High cliiHH, clean, sprightly and Innetiil. Colonial Conciort Miri- Htroltt niiHpiceH KpiHOofinl church. Juno 5th at Womans Club Houne. CAHD ()!•' THANKS. 1 dewiie to »•. \pret-s In my fiiends; and neighhois hetirtlell th:inl\s t<>i their >«y m pa I hy nod kind iittenl inns ! during the illne&H and dt-nih >i| my tii'bivcd wife. A. !•'.. Xug. <io early In secuie fmm Mr, Nash your rtti-rvecl seals for Uu- Priuci-r Long Hong Uucital. i Sale Starts MONDAY AT COST We have decided to offer our entire STOCK of dress goods and silks, including every piece, from 50c to $2.50 per yard, AT COST The reputation of the young lady in charge of this department we consider a sufficient guarantee that we are making this offer in good faith. The stock is large and well bought. AT COST We offer our entire line of men's and boys' clothing. Among them are many well known makes, much of it the very latest and up-to-date goods. We purchased for this spring a great many fine suits for men and boys. AT COST 200 pairs boys' tan shoes and oxfords, newest, up-to-date styles. We have always disliked anything in the way of advertising that partook of the na- j ture of fraud. We mean what ) we say, AT COST. j We need the money; business \ depression—that's the story. Broadwell 1000 pairs men's work shoes reduced. j All cash register tickets we wish i to redeem at once. Not redeemable after July I. High School Baseball. f'oviiiH 1; liotiita .", Mf.nr'jvin ] 7 : Cuvinn 2. Lfist HaturrJfiy (he Covimt School I'nsfthfill l»-<mi won from Jion- lln Hiuli School OK; t hirdViniii: in tlio IffiHUf! wifH. Thn i/nrnr: wa<? filayprJ nt Uoriflfi. (iniidf']) aiirl Hull rom- )jf;M!fl thf ('oviiui halt pry. T!IJH b.'ft thr; championship f if UK; OHHlfrn half of lh<; k'liyiir: h(:tvv(i-n Monrovia ami Covina. Tho Uiiinn V.H.H pla.yi'fl Tiifjftflay on thn AXIIRII ^rminrls. Ooofloi; wns plncotl in tho box for Covmn aiul provcfl an easy mark, Monrovia Hcor- itiK touitcfri runs in two innings. Of ciMirsft, 111' 1 yjitiic v,as losi, thotiKh Hull, (hfl .second team jiitrher, HtumiriPfl tho tifJf! of hitting lind hrilfJ (I.e. t-corc down to tl.ir<:« nitia ( «>r (lid ha lancf uf I ho tfatne. 'I'ln: (,'ovina Hlyh School tr-om will play a tr-nm pickc.d from mmiiho,™ <>f tfir; alumni on Saturday, Mav .'10. A New Arrival. Jf you dfjsirfi to wilnftss a scerir; of doniCHtic, lilisH j<iht Htop into tin: homo of Oscar Millcir on PiiRiito street. It takes the ordinary man some time to adapt himself to eireurtiHtancoH, hut not HO with Oscar. When there arrived at IUH home this week a heau- tiful baby Kirl he at onon ordered his much overalls washed, starched and ironed and placed in the bureau drawer; he then donned his "go to meeting" clothes and now occupies the best easy chair in the parlor, where he may be found any hour of the day or night holding in his parental arniH eight pounds of unsullied bliss, and if you approach the home softly you will hear him singing. "Hush My Babe, Ue Still and Slumber." Surely this is a picture for the angels to ga/.e upon, (irandpa- ii ml (i ran dm a HiiHhor wore wired ImmcJlately upon the arrival "f the little stranger and there is rejoicing also at the btihlior homo in Kelsey- vilio. COM IRANSftR HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving. • Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICB. PRICES RIGHT. Office OD Citrus Ave. Covini, (al. • Home Phone 108 BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's j* Cake and Confectionery Wapon through valley daily. James Corbett General QlaolcsmitHIrig All kinds of general and heavy LUacksmithiny. We manufacture Ridkers, Oranye Kacks a.:id llox Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty home Phone 63 Shop West Bndillo St, Cgvina IK YOt' WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMIWNG OR PAPER HANGING done, hue iiio be lure you let your All work s»-ii.ira:iteed atui 1'iunic M. C. H. Kistler Reo Automobile* TJIK CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Reo owners PRICES Touring Car with top. .?1450.00 P.t-.-i Roadster. 20 h. p., =1100.00 Reo Knnabout, £700.01) Also agents for Wayne ",VJ" 4-cvlitider and Kisselcar. (iel a deinonstratioti before Inlying. REO Garage CO\ r INA Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blncksmithing sf all Kinds Our Specially Shop on Citrus Ave Q. W. MARSH Practical CARRIAGE AND AUTO Ipainkr Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Seimson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of burses and •itock rrreived for oasture. , Saddlery and Supplies For Horse and Stable * The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Plione Homo 1170 THE, NEW IRamblcr Better than ever. Better than any, regardless of price. | \Ve carl ''sh<nv you." See local agent or W. B. COWAN J'.iO S. Ilroadvvny, I./os Angeles for Southern California /•» i ^ If I'or your property, real 1^ A ^ fl estate and business ^***•**• chances, anytliing' salable. Someone, somewhere wants it at your price. We have the buyer or cnn i|iiicklv find him. We also want to hear from inventors. We can help them market their valuable, practical Write us today. j U>S ANCKI.KS INVENTION AND ! INVESTMENT CO. 1 451 -2 Pacific Electric Hldy., Dept. C., I.us Anyeles Covina French Hand Laundry .M.I. '.viiKK DONE nv HAND l.ace curtail s, tine silks. HunueU and lace ^'ood.-., . tir specialty. i Ail'work called for and delivered. is ijuarantoei'i. It y HI « ivo ll! ' a lair trial v "" will not regret R E- WOLFARTH . . jeweler - * .arife and complete stock of evory- thitig in the Hue. of a!' kinds. Fine watch w..>rk j. suociallv. Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our ;£ vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA, CAL. Shopping in llos 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 HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cokes, Hot Rolls O. GRINER, Proj (| J. W. KEEPER Proprietor of the COVINA LIVERY STABLES Home Phone 30. Ccvina, Ca. < You are respectfully requested to call in at our store and size us up. We want to make solid with the old patrons of this store and to show our friends how we are fixed to serve them. Call in, if for for no other reason than to g-et one of our cards with the new Pacific Electric schedule on back. W. W. NASH Rrescrlption Druggist We are going- to make "Nash's" known as one of the most businesslike places in the valley, whether in the drug- or other line. We hope it is not necessary for us to say that you will be treated courteously, honestly, and satisfactorily. We will handle the best in the line ol drugs, stationery, toiiei articles, etc. Citrus A venue Coviua. Cal. COViNA MEAT MARKET J. F. KENDALL, Prop. O:der=, taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will jfeceive prumpt atteiuion. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Hume Phone 36 Subscribe for the

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