Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 20, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, June 20, 1908
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local Events, Purity Fireless brick's Hardware. Cookers at Fa- Mrs. H. M. Houser Is visiting re- laties in the Eastern states. The Mis90s;Bfiatrice nnd Winifred Wilkins of Highlands are visiting relatives in Covinn. Mrs. Murphy of San ( Diego was the guest several days this week of Mrs. W. B. Broadwell. Miss Helen Lawson of Alhambra was the guest last Sunday of Mrs. Caruaban. The Ladies' Guild of Holy Trinity Church met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. I. Cook. Mrs. Geo. Steele of Terminal Is land was the guest on Thursday of Mrs. H. H. Cushmau. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Eambaug of Puente on Friday, Juno 10, a daughter. The infant weighed 12 pounds, An article of merit, Gilmore Grater, Used by Mrs. Wheolock. For sale at Fabrick's Hardware Store. Price 15o. Miss Evelyn DoLancey is home again from a long vacation, having been lately engaged on a private case of nursing. Mrs. Ida Hicks of Brooksfield, Mo. ' a long time friend of Mrs. E. M. Wallace, arrived in Covjna Wednesday and is visiting at Mrs. Wallace's home on Dexter street. Mrs. F. E. Dudderar was the guest from Thursday to Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dreher of Pomona. Mr. Dudderar joined the family on Sunday. Miss Minnie Rosa Heath of Los Angeles has been selected to fill the vacancy in the Covina grammar school caused by the resignation of Miss Marie Widney. Mr. and Mrs. Hickenlooper, daughter aud son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Glover, left on Tuesday for Iowa, where the former has a farm. Before leaving they added their name to the Argus list. Mrs. Young and daughter, Miss Madge, of Imperial Valley,, who are staying in Los Angeles, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Jennings, having come to Covina to attend the gradu- t ating exercises. The Fraternal Aid Association announces a box social in the A. O. U. W. hall on Monday evening. Bring your boxes and enjoy the good time which is being prepared for you by the members of the order. The Kev. and Mrs. Conley attended the graduation exercises at Marlborough college, Los Angeles, to witness the graduation of some Red lauds friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher were also present. Mrs. E. I. Burner and son left this week for a three months' trip. They will make Seattle, Washington, their headquarters. During their absence they will also visit friends aud relatives in Oakland, San Francisco and Everett. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stanton are rejoicing in the arrival at their home of a bouncing sou and hoir, who greeted his parents on the 15th of June. A babe in the house is a well-spring of pleasure. Most truthfully has the pent .said: "They are idols of hearts and of households; they are angels of God in disguise. " Prof. Ralph E. Smith of the Pathological Laboratory at Whittier will address the Farmers' Club this afternoon on the "A. B. C. of the Botany of Citrus Trees," at the residence of Mr. J. Maechtien, just north of Badillo street and one and one half miles east of town. Come and hear him. R. M. Bowman, the popular zan- jero, has returned from a flying trip to Xebo, ill., where ho was called by the danergoiis illness of his father. The trip, however, proved a pleasant vacation to Mr. Bowi'uan, as his father's condition improved soon after hi.s arrival and he is now on thf; high road to complete recovery. During the absence of Mr. Bowman, his duties as zanjero were performed by Mr. Garry Layman. A party of Covina gentlemen left here on Sunday morning at ii a.m. by automobile bound tor Loiiy Beach. Upon their arrival they chartered a steam launch and t i.^HL'ed in fishing but the i.i ill her w<i-. i.'.n^h and Lie tisii did not bite well. Ho'.ve.ver. they enjoyed the outiiii.' imiueijicly, and especial! v the b dintirul luncheon v.hich they took wi:h then;. The party eon.-: lit td tit .\!e->i-. Simpson, Kt.-rckliolf, Given, I ),m:> Hint.', Na^h, Haxxard, .John Biunj<-4, I' and frit-lid and Mauler Given. Guaranteed piano tuning. L. E. Sheets, Pomona, tf. Mrs. Mabel Borden of Del Mar is visiting at the homo of Mrs. E. M. Wallace for a few days. Miss Mary Jones of Whittier is the guest fit the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Goo. Fensom. Miss Irene Taylor, the celebrated girl pianist, was the guest this week of Mr. aud Mrs. W. Q. Caster. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Steveua of Santa Ana spent, the week nt the homo of their son, Rev. Paul Stevens. Miss Kathleen Johnson of LOB Angeles was the guest last Monday of Mrs. A. R. Evans. Miss Mary Utter of Los Angeles is the guest this week of Miss Mabel Houser. Miss Lota Wilson of Los Angeles is a week end guest at the home of Mrs. G. N. Atwood. If you need good dirt for garden, lawns or orchard, see Postmaster Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hesseltiue have moved into their pretty new homo on East Italia street.. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lewis are now occupying their charming new homo on W. Center street. Mrs. Anna Thorpe will reopen her vocal studio in Los Angeles after her vacation on^Monday next, June 22. Mrs. G. W. Hopner and niece, Mrs. Lottie Fector, are spending the week at Eisinoro hot springs for the benefit of Mrs. Hepner's health. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark, Puente Road, June 13, a son (stillborn). Miss Carrie Webb of Evansville, Tud., arrived yesterday to-spend the summer with her sister, Miss Lulu Webb. Miss Mary Leebrick of Burlington, Iowa, arrived today to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Mary Leebrick. Invitations havo been received from Brooklyn, N.Y., for the wedding of Miss Henrietta Wehmanu aud Mr. John Henry Bade. Miss Wehmunn is n niece of Mr. and Mrs. Mousing. Mrs. J. Bruujes nnd nieco, Miss Beatrice Wilkins, were among the occupants of Miss Yaw's box at the concert in afternoon. Los Angeles Wednesday Invitations are out for a dance to be given eoxt"Monday evening in the new Glendora Opera House by the Citrus Union High School alumni association. OUR AGENTS: * Warner, Whibcl & (o. Browo & Bofifi Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mountain View Resort. A naityof Covina people visited Mountaui View Resort Sunday last. They left Covina about G a.m. and arrived in Azusa shortly after 7 o'clock, where they were met by the Mountain View stage and after a trhee hours' drive up the San Gabriel canyon they reeachod the resort. Wandering over the crounds and viewing the scenery occupied their time until dinner time, when they enjoyed a hearty chikcen dinner. After this matter had been disposed of they and their pictures taken and then went afoot to Judge Curtis D. Wilbur's placer mine, where pay gravel has just been struck, and from where they went to the Oro Grande placer mine, where they were met by the down-going stage and arrived in Covina about 7 p.m. Those in the party were the Misses Dora Soy, Edna Soy and Cora Forsythe; Messrs. H. H. During and II. M. Ellis of Covina, B. II. Buttworth of Air/.sa and James Astler of Goldfleld, Nevada. Retiring from Business. I arn thinking of retiring from business and have marked all my goods down to half price, In many instances away below cost. Summer hats never were sold so cheap in Covina before. This tellu the whole story. Mrs. Mary JO. Leebrick, the milliner. Mrs, Bertha Heath, local agent lor the celebrated Spirrila corset, makes my place of business her headquarters. Parties desiring information about this celebrated corset can see her here. Mrs. J. M. Whitsol was delighted on Friday of last week with a visit deutial campaign, from three college friends of Earlhan, Indiana, who spent the day with her. The ladies were Mines. Evans of Sierra Madre, Doughty of Hollywood and Turner of Highland Park. Great sale of millinery at Miss Reckard's on North Citrus avenue— All trimmed hats at 20 per cent. Untrimmed hats at all prices from 25c and up. Sailors, black and white, all sixes, GOc and up. Travelers' samples of flowers, just bought at a price so they can bo sold for two-thirds less than original j price, nothing over fiOo and many at I Jflc. See display in store. Children's Day exorcises at the Baptist Church, 8 p.m. Sunday: Voluntary by Mrs. U. G. Kririg; (prayer, S, W. Gage; recitation by j Cannot Kririg; song by the Sunday- I fichool; piano duet by Gladys and I Loin Seat; drill by live children, j'"Tis the Bible;" duet by Irma ] Harris and May Casey; recitation, ; "A Child of the King," Miw» Bertha Hruhakei ; mandolin solo by lAyone: duet, Mrs. I', (i. Krin« and I M \KH Bei thn Followell; recitation, i "Grandpa and Children's Day," I Dana Goodnight; duet f.y Clyde Cu-i; ter and Carmcl Kring; drill by eight 'girl.s, "The Sharon ROHO;" violin solo, Paul Gsige; unthem, choir; reci- jtal.ion, .Johnnie Poe; recitation, "If i You Would be Happy," V'era Bru- : baker; duet by Gunnel and Leora Kring; recitation, Roy Bowman; 'drill, six br.y«i, "Did They Give I'j/r" Milo, May Casey; recitation. Lena 1-itxfieiald; Drill, nine girls, "Plant the Rosea:," recitation, "Push I'p the Cornerri ui Your Mouth," Roy ilirnbiiker; talk by past or on object of Ichildren's Day; offering; "Ten Viit-'ini," rendered by ten young ladies. Republicans Will Ratify. The Republicans of Los Angelos will hold a mammoth ratification meeting this, Saturday, evening at 'the Auditorium, 5th and Olive streets, confirming the nominees of the Republican national convention. It is expected that a large number will be present from Covina and it is desired that every Republican will cooperate in making this meeting so eminently successful that it, will bo an inspiration for the entire presi- Slaughter house Burned. The slaughter house of the Covina Valloy Meat Market, J. F. Kendall, proprietor, which is located two miles fcouthcast of town, was totally destroyed with its contents, by flroon Monday evening. The loss will ex- coed 8700, with no insurance. The cause of the flro is a mystery. The last person known to be in the building was Mr. Schattgen, who was there in thn afternoon rendering lard. Ho states that when he left the, building ho wati careful to smother the lire. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. For Sale — Seed potntoos. Inquire of Austin Warner, Cuvinn, Cal. tf For immediate delivery of stable manure aeo F. K. Dudderar. For Sale Seed potatoes. Inquire of Austin Warner, Covinn, Cal. tf R. K. Misaoldino will deliver hay. Ploaao onll up phono 04. tf For best dewberries and black berries for canning, see O. C. Wil- loiiKhby, Covina. 81.00 perorate. Nitrate of soda in any quantity' immediate delivery. A. M. Seoley Covina. t f Got Busy-— UEO your phone, blackberries are ripening. ()u»* phono number in HI 28. tf FOR HALK— A wall tent, complete and whole. Used part of one suiumer. H. I'. JenniHon. tf. » Cement blocks, HxlO inches, for nalo by D. 10. Stitow, the cement man. Prices the lowest. Lost Gold seal watch fob, inilinls (J. i). R. Please return to Ar«UH ofllco. Itp FOR SA LK- Hweot potato plants. M. E. Zug, .Irwindale. Phono !il!7. tf For Sale — Comfortable, five room residence in lino suction of town, S1800. J. H. MatlhewH. For Rent — 'Furnished rooms with or without board. Mrs. 10. 10. Pit.tH, West Cottagt) Drive. tl 1 For Sale— -UiiKK.V and harneHH In good condition. See .Marshall, the barber. tf Fur a stylish haircut or an cimy sluivo {latroni/.u the Ashor barber shop. Baths in commotion. tl' BUKKICH repainted and revarniHhcd fioin 85.00 up. HIIITO.VH 8(>. 00 up. Autos 810. 00 up. G. W. MurHh. Ilavo your rubber tires not by Wilson's rubber tire sotter, the only one of its kind in the valley. tf, Place your spare cash in the Covina Valloy Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. Wanted — Man to run wngnu i;o pod- die farm produce. Good thing for rUrht man. W. S. Root, Covina P.O. 0-'20p For Sale — Potatoes and poultry to order. H. C. Casad. Homo phono 112H, Covina. tf Wanted - Second-hand Ci-fout KiUder cultivator. Phone 2t)li'2. W. W. Nu xu m. It Wanted (Jood second-hand fi foot Hi liefer cultivator. Twomoy A-. Uillor, Covina. For Rent ..... Kindt room houso on San Bernard inu road. Apply to C. C. Ci-.dy. Telephone 211. We have a limited amount; of baled barley liny for Hale at the press. Cut and baled at the proper time. Phom 1 10. Ki^k'inH Farm and Ranch. Veterinary Hoves Office. Dr. O. T. Amyrauld, veterinary surgeon un.l dentist, has moved his ofllco from the Hotel Vendomo to his new residence on the Han Bor nardino road, opposite, residence of W. M. Griswold. Telephone 1010. If you cannot raise this number telephone Keefer'.s Ntahles, tlni doctor's Paul ( l" w " town office. "Lark I'llen" Buys Country Home. Mr. and Mrs. Vcru Goldthwaite have, bought a ten acre nmch on tho Houthwefet corner of Lurk Ellen and San Bernardino road, improved with i> small frarno cottage:. All Covina will rejoice that our "Lurk Ellen" has secured thi.'i ne^t, which she hays ih to be her Covina home. <in Owes .Much to Attorney. Offices in Argus Block. George L. Sunders, attorney, for years city attorney of (.'ovina, an- iii'/uncb.-i that his private clientage in Covina bus grown r.o inpidly (hut to accommodate it. he, '.'.ill i/e in Covina e.vory .Saturday. On this day he will I.e found at. his olficn in the Argu.i block, adjoining th<- poHiofilco, Osteopath:-* in Ne\v Ouurlcr.s. Jir. O. Slew-in and l)i. I'.iijina "."-. l^ 1 ' l!<»rber, tin- ilaver ot Tail!, ha-, i.- • n -Milenred to tv.o >aei> in the, priiitenliiiry, the jury brin^'inj.' in a '..-I li.-* ot "a-sanlt with a deadly '. Ba; ron, orteopal hi, i.a', e U.i™. v.eek V.:M; on. '1 he Couit in pa-.sinj» -.en rented oflh e'i in ttv- Ar^ii.-. i.iock, tenet: I'/id ; t." {.lis'ner that he pi o - i '.', ti ich is considei ed Mil; ll.'.f.t tl.oi ov,. i his e.-i -.ipe tioin the ^al i,i;ghl.y equipped office bnjlding 1/1 IO'AS to [he untiring eff'M-i on his'thecity. 'I (.<'-e ladle-, toirueily had be.'iblf of J.ib jit' Ill'.-.V, .\ -M. I'ence. ,U.i:ir office'-, )n (he < :oiich block. For Knlo '.ifi00 gallon ed iron tank and force pump at u bar gain. Otto Anderson, East : avenue. 7 1 1 p Japanese man wauls work • cleaning, gardening. Henry bata, Second and Badilln ('ovina. (i-'Jlp Tiihire land raimts orangi-H, all kinds of I'ruitH and vegetables to 'perfection. Conm up with IIH on ; I'Yidiiy and HCO thorn. J. II. Mat. i thiiWH, Covina. i'bone fiOUH. I First class family driving horse, , for hale. I'nnful for all purposes and Hiite for women or children. En !<|iiini of B. L. Keynoldn, Rowland I , j avenue, near A/.UKII avenue. J WE CAN COLLECT yiir slow and ', doubtful accounts, no feu uilhoul jHiiceChS. Address M KlICANTI LE LAW CO., lifi 1 Suininit, A vi'. J'UHII , deoii, ('ah Up J<'OU HALT; 10 acien of I -J, year (jld navels. Good house nnd other improvcnicnlH. A/UMI watc,r right. HO shines. Will lake cntliti/ii in Covina. J'rico £l-,000. Term*. Austin Warni-r. FOR HALM fj room IIOUHD and 1 aero land k> 1 tifdJ. Good businesH proposition chiap. '.''lie finer.!, cornci in Ci.viiia loi in Vl-ht II enl. 'J'.'.o lot.-, i n Center •-.' « el. i I :,UU, cany lei lu.-. 5 HCK-H na.el-i in t-'ood condition, '.'. teaulifnl .; acje", good hou.- e... c I o- e in, u hea j j. M ! > loan at. lowesl tali •-. (.( A'l N'A HhAI.'l V CM., CAiti k .. DouKh's. T H Covina Peoples Store (INCORPOKATHD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We liavo the agency for the celebrated i Without doubt the beat ranch shoo on the market.. Asic the man who wears them - he knows. Hind? or Tan. Hliicher Cut. lU'llow Tongue. Klondykc Kyi-lots. \ + * * * * * * * * THE GLORIOUS FOURTH U Fireworks That Work Crackers That Crack Fresh Stock C. F. CLAPP MACHINE SIP MAW.CTIMRS OF GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work F*eitterris /Yleido Ks t i ma lusl Fur n i Hhud. KELLAR & THOMASON KlK.p and Office opposite S. I'. I)cp:>t I Ionic I'lionc 2H'» Covina, Cat Some People Expect New Shoes to Hurt And they are seldom disappointed. They buy that kind. Tin- I'acl thai, a slio.r should led (.•oiiilortabh! from tin: start is unknown to them bcrausi' they have m-vcr filt the luxury of putting on a rightly made shoe. They overlook the fart t hat. a I laiian Shoe: at its price i^ivcs tin: wear of two pairs ol the kind they lAty. They I'or^i-t also that a HAINAN SHOE offers more n.,i! romf'-rt when new than their kind of shots oiler alter months of wear tint it starts out a smart, stylish ,ho.- and etuis just as smart and st ylish. Then.: are not. ,<> m;\ny stu'h people as there U'iC(| to he. \Ve l-.iiow thi-, hi-caiise v.'e Tell so many more Ifaiian Shoe, th.ui we uvd. Maybe yon would h!;<- t<< prove ll li ROAD WEL Covina, Cai.

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