Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 20, 1908 · Page 8
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***********#***••<(**' •Social (Rcwsj * * ####*############# HAD TWO MORE PLATES. Thf Y. Ii. D. Club gave their lust of t.hf Hi'ason lust, .Saturday nighl, in tho WomaiiM Club Hoii'ii:. A Inrgn crowd UIIH in Httonrlnnr'.e. Thi'Si; flfUKVs h;ivi! bi.'i'ti fiotinlfjrl iimoiiK the must, pl(!!i.u;iiit HOC id I events of tlio year. Mr, iinil Mrs. C. .). Urfitirll, aHSJHt- f:rl by Uieir ilangliterH, Mifi.Hi'H Mnr- gjiref, and JoHephini), e,ii|i;rldirierl on Tuesday (evening in hnnnr of l.lKiir Him J lurry, U'lio returned Hint dn.y hi/in Chieago, where he hiifl been nt- ((•tiding J5eth;iny I5iblf' School. Thn evening VVMH plrjnsantly Hjient in music find giunnH, nfl.er vvhi(!h litjlil | refresliriienls were .served. fiuest.s to! tlie number of forty were prcsenl. I The Junior League of (.lie Mel ho flint (Jhurch lielif t.lutir contest social ;il, the home of Mi'H. H. K. (JootiH last Satimla.y aflernonn I'rotn 'J tr; 5. Tim "reds," lifting the winning side, were entertained by the "blues." Following an afternoon lull of, fun, ices and cake were served. Tho Juniors presented their popular superintendent, Let it la Hreakey, with n beautiful fruit dish. The merry crowd of young pooplo voted it their best Hoclal. Mrs, fjroover entorlainerl a number of young people on Saturday last, to celebrate- the I'1th birthday of her son Claud. All kinds of jolly games were played rmtHirle and an abundance of refreshments, consisting of ice croam, cake, candy, and lemonade, wero served. Those present included Violo, Doris, Ketta and Harry HnodgniHS, Ha/el and Voru Neodham, Muriel (liven, Harold and Cyril Sherwood, Neva Ciroovor and I (1 rari'/ Dalin. The last meeting of the Arnphioti Club took place last .Saturday even Ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs, JJ. M. Oiiveri. It, was (jurman night, and refroHhmetils in harmony with the occasion were served. The house was boaiil.ifully decorated. The program included a song by Miss JOvelyn Fletcher, duet by the Misses La Fetra and piano duet by Mines. J. Drunjns and W. H. Collins, also >in intcreating sketch of the life of Schubert by Mr. B. F. Thorpe. At (bo btisinoHs mooting llio old officers were all roolented. Fire Works Prohibited. Notice is given that any person Hotling of)' fireworks on the public streets of Covina will bo arrested. L. II. Mohnort, City Marshal. Vendomc Changes hands. Hotel Vondonic changed hands this week, the new lesHee being ,). J. Kit/.gernld, rocently from Now York. He in an experienced lintel man and inlondri to run the V r endome IIH i\ first t'umily and ItniriHt, liutul. Walnh for the Htile of cooked fonils at Dudderar's on Saturday, June 'J7, by the V.KH.C. K. of tlij Clifistinn Church. AN ANCIENT HIGHWAY. England's Gront North Road Is Two Thousand Years Old, Kcfc.iv we readied 1 lutlW-lil. it few miles mil of l^milnii, we liinl ti I ready bcell Impressed \villl Hie mau'llllieenee Of this (Jreill Nnrlh mud, U'hieli Is B»id to have heel. Imllt by n Mr. < 'noun r, wlmse heiiilipinrlers were in Koine lit the lime. It Is the direct mule from I.unilt.n to Kdlnhurtfli nnd lins been trnveled I'm- so miiny centuries that the earliest histories of Kiltflimtl conliiln accounts of the movement of troops upon It. It Is a jjrreal ihorotiKli faro for vehicles o|' all sorts, motorists anil cyclists, and In these modern days there are well worn footpaths aloiii; either side for pedestrians. \Vc passed scores of motors, nnd I was told while In Kiitfland that the popn- larlty of motoring liml noticeably dl inlnlshed the number of lirst class travelers by rail. We found I lie road for ils entire length of ^>il mi lev in perfect condition. in many portions (lie m-.icndiim is siiid to be nine feet thick. I.om,' sections of ii;e riNid are t.lled, and mi no |.:u-t nf It was there any iiiipreciable Minoii lire few sharp ciir\e< (ire so Mi-Ill tli-tt It h;,s- |, imi . ,i great Ih./i-o!i, ; hi;iiv i',,i- speeder, ulth till' result th.-il lliere :>'•.. \«',\ t y |,,,:iee Imps f,i|' \\hi,-h ,,lie h.-is |.i \\nleh. \\'e found that v^e eoiiUi siop in almo.-i an\ lillle \II!:iif.- and ^et informal h ui ;is iu Just \\iiere ihe ir.-|ps Were I for ill stall -e. lhi'\ told l|> \V-ide, \\ hi.!, is :| belter loi 10 loulv .-Me ,,f t.-hi:r. SVe-i ii'iL.' \l;i-,:i.-.iu SUuuj. i> 'I !.ai b,,i •• Mr- .l.-iul'.^ I'l'oMl \.)ll, ]| And Felt They 8»ved the Honor of th« American N-.r/y. Kvfry £r;)di!iifin>; <-!a-s at Annnriolls leaver bohlnd H the lame of certain hprnes III the line of physical prnwess i/r mental (endeavor On<.' of these he- rocs was (Jcfir^'e [je 1 . 1 , e\. a line, manly, athletic yimib, tie 1 pride rjf tlie lioxlnt; «Dd rfiir-inp. m;iMt"r:-i a lid I ho terror of till b'.illic-t. In l,'c\\c;, 's f]a--i " :r-i a youth nf nil excellent lien! for applli'il ma I hcma tir-'-i, btlf HD len<|e|- ','f |i!l.V:'i<|Ue fiat lie often suffered from the ronifh hoircpla.v of bl i ; elders. I)e\vey lonk the boy under Ids pt'oli-clioli, and the two became fas! fl'lem'.M. Tlie.v swilliK their iia mmoclis III (lie >i;ime w;ite|i on their j{r!i(|ii:!'i>!^ crni.-io and \\'!ien the ship touched at. Liverpool olilained jiei'iuisHlon to run up lo London on it day's leave. My rljj'd economy the t \\ o had scraped to- (fclher M llllle more than VI apiece, and the;, 1 landed In th<- Ivn^Usli capiial arrayed in s|dck nnd f-'piiii ne\v uniforms. A rouiiil of ^iK'ilseein^ had reduced tlielr combined capital to '2. NoverelKns and their return tickets when their boy lull appetite* iinnoiitK.'fid the hour of noon. 'With the caniloiiH economy of his nn ff'Hlor.-i (he Scotsman .siiKtcested n chophouse, btif: nothing but the best would sull I>ewey, nnd he accordingly Hti.'or- cd his chum Into the finest hotel ho could find. The two Healed llioin.selVC.H nt; ojio of Hie fables and .scanned the menu with a magnificent, air. Tin- first Hem that cntiuht. their e.yi'S was Htra wborrloH find f.Tonin, nnd this, with HH ruinfniscGnr.'O of liome., (hey proceeded to order. Now, the Hun; W;IH winter, nnd Htmwberrh'H frf)in (ho hothoiiHo fire cx- pciiKlve In Loiiflnn. HO It was Hinnll wonder Mint the other guest!) who had lenrnod Iho order looked Inquiringly nt tlK!,so HpecImoiiH of the JoiineSHu doruo of tho Amerk.'im mivy. An Oxford Ind who siil. next them seemed pnrtlonhir- ly Impressed and turned his large eyes npon them with nwe. The strawberries were good, nnd nil went well until tin: obsi!f|iiloiiH will lor returned with fi bill for £|. The; Scotsmiin nearly collapsed, but Dewey noticed the eyes of Hie Oxonian upon him and, turning superbly lo (ho waller, ordered two more plates. The middles left with empty pockets, but hiMighllly conscious Unit they had saved the honor of tho American nnvy. « III boHccms n man to vaunt vnm- y.—Ilninur. Notice to Creditors Kstate of Peter D. Maje, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the last will of Peter D. Maje, deceased, to the creditors o f , find all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said executor, at the office of his attorney, 15. O. Kuster, at 430 I. W. Hellman Bldg., Fourth and Main Sts., L,o.-> Angeles, California. Dated this 20th day of June, A. I)., 1'XW. OTTO ANIUCKSON, K.vcciitor of the last will of Peter D. Maje, deceased. 4t Certificate of Copartnership STATIC OF CALIFORNIA / County of Los Angeles \ * s We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we are partners transacting business in this State at the City of South Pasadena in the County of Los Angeles, under the linn name and style of H. K. Hunting-ton. That the names in lull of all members of siu'li partnership are: M. K. Hunting-ton and Cora P. Muntington. That tlu: places of our respective residences arc set opposite our respective names hereto subscribed: In witness whereof, we have henjto set our hands and seals this .Mb day of June, VMM. 11. F. Hunting-ton, \\2.\ l-'airviow Ave., South Pasadena, Cal. l>oni P. Hnntiugton, 11.2.1 Fairview Ave., South Pasadena, Cal. (Seal) Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 5th day of June, 1'MiS. M. W. l>avis, H Notary Public. The Broadwcll STORE Good Shoes The picture of a .-?1.50 Shoe looks just as good as that of a £5.50 one and there isn't much difference: in the appear;) nee of n -52..-"0 Shoe and one at I The difference in cost between a Mei Kay A Welt is about 50c, the leather i < being the satin: even an expert cati- I not tell the exact value of a shoe -- noT.hing on earth is faked like a shoe except perhaps women's coats and suits. 1 We noticr-rl a shoe in the repair shop ' this week which came from a Los Ani geles so-called "Sample Store." The i lady had it in to be stretched. It was a McKay Sewed Shoe in the bottom of which under a cheap paper imidc the rough stitches and nails showed plainly. This was represented as being a 54.5,0 Shoe "on sale" at J3.50. The wholesale price was about 51.35. Any shoe store would sell it for 31.H5. Sample shoes only come in si'/.cs 4/i 15. We have them and sell them at a discount of V\. A 32.50 shoe will -wear fairly well but wont hold its shape and doesn't lit. j.-52.00 is a better figure to pay from the point of economy than S2.50 and if you can afford it 54.00 to £6.50 is real economy, from the standpoint of comfort and health. A real shoe vnan hates a piece of poor leather and take* a great deal of pride in his goods. He likes to sell good shoes. There is no such thing as something for nothing. The only thing you get for nothing is trouble and you get enough of it when j'uit buy cheap shoes. Buy shoes with the manufacturers name in them and buy from a reliable house. We handle some mighty good makes: J. .T. Grovcr & Sons Hanari & Sons Hrockton Co. Op. W. L. Douglas Marmon & Bennett Thayer Uty, & Dinni. Every one of them a prince. Not a scrub in the lot. They put honesty and character into their goods. We carry a big stock. We are not here today and gone tomorrow. We must have permanent trade and its therefore to our advantage to give you a square deal. There are uo secrets about shoes. The names of the good ones are well known to every shoe man. We know them and have the makes. Why not try us? Help build up your own town. We sell shoes on the average 50c to $1.00 per pair under any of our city competitors. New Prices on Fine White Goods All 15c and 20c Persian Lawns and India Linen - - U)c All Men's 75c Shirts - - 5i>e All Ladies' Skirts, Panamas, Serges, Voiles at COST. ALL Press C.oyds at COST. ALL Men's and Hoy's Suits at COST. Panama Hats Reduced, than n.^ JII--I tin- ! I r. •il ;i:id I'l-aul, Hi Mr Jav. IM. nihis fruiu u od> ^ot Viu hi- Shoes Parlor Car To Del Honte. For the convenience of passengers destined Hotel Del Monte the South- f:ri> Pacific has attached to its traina leaving Los AtigeleH dttily at 8 a.m. a Pttllmnn Parlor Car running tfirough to Del Monte without change. 6-30 Delinquent Notice. Office of the O.'Vina Irrigating Company, location of principal place of business, Covina, Kowlaru' Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. There are delinquent on the following described stock on account of assessment No. 45, levied on May 6, 1008, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders as follows: No. No. Name Cert. Shrs. Arnt. V. C. Carey 2000 30 22.r.0 W. C. Hall 1534 20 15.00 W. H. Young, pledgee of W. C,. Hall 1W7 10n 75.00 And in accord with law and an order of the boar*] of directors made on the oth day of May, 1908, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be aold at public auction at the office of the Company in Covina, California, on the 29th day of .June, A. D., l'X)8, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising arid expense of sale. B. V. EDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Cal., June 10, 1908. Fs*s**»*^**sfs COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. Citrus Avenue Having recently installed the latest improved shoe machinery, I am now prepared to do all kinds of shoe repairing at short notice. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. Men's sewed half soles 75c Ladies' sewed half soles 60c Ladies' nailed SOc vour property, real estate and business chances, anything 1 salable. Someone, somewhere wants it at your price. We have the buyer or can quickly find him. We also want to hear from inventors. We can help them market their valuable, practical Write us today. L,O9 ANGELES INVENTION AND INVESTMENT CO. 451-2 Pacific Electric Bldg., Dept. C., Los Angeles Reo Automobiles THE ' CAR OF SERVICE Asl< any of the many Reo owners PRICES Touring- Car with top, 31450.00 Rco Koadster, 20 h. p., $1100.00 Reo Runabout, $700.00 Also agents for Wayne "30" 4-cvlinder and Kisselcar. (let a demonstration before buying'. REO Garage COVIXA James Corbett ASSKSSMKXT Ni "TICK. C\ press Avenue Water Cumpany, principal place nl business, liuind.ile, Ci'iinlv ul LOS Angeles, Suite of Cal- it'm nia Notice- is hereby i;iven tli.it at a rrKul.tr meeting <•! the directoi.,. i.eU' on the ''til d.iy "I .hi ne, r'us,. an .isses-- nu'i t of tlih' IKiliar ijl.ii'i net shaie u.is levied on flu- capital s!»cU "t tin 1 above n.imeii Corpur.it ion, y.iv.ibie at OIHV .it the office ..t the -ecivt.t; \ . 11 \s iU'i.ile, County ul I.u.s An^ele.-., Nt.! le .it" Call l>i uia. Any st.,cU mi \\hich this assessment -hall remain uii|).iiil mi the 14th >la\ <>! ,hil\ . VMI-I, shall lu> de'ih.iiit.-nt ami a>U <•; 1 i Ned f»r-,a!e .It 1'iilili. auc- ' i, a;. .1 ml vi i .Si -> pa s ii:i nt is made I v!• i re u ill i 11- si 'M i ul I he Hli ila \ i.t A i;,; ::-'.. l'" 1 ^. al _' oYl...'k in tin- al'ti'fn.'.iii i; •!:!• :n.-.-.,t the . •itijiaiiV iu U \\iii •:..:.-. T. -;:ul \ ,.| |., ,-, An^eL's. Slate .if i . 1111 - i: i s.' . t. > 11. •s '. •;. • i! i • 1 n 111 u -. • 11'. . i -. ^ - W. L. Douglas, Reduced, All "Sunllower" Women's $.V50 Turn Shoes, now - - $2,S5 Small Si/.e and Narrow W;dths, Foster's $5.00 Shoes, at - 2.S5 Hrockton Co. Op.'s Plain Toe Men's »5.iM>, now - - 4.I'd ifl.65 for Men's $2.25 Calf Shoes Children's Oxfords, Hlaek Vu i Kill, nearly all Sixes - 1.25 Hoys' Tan Oxfords - - 1.''5 Ho 1 , s' Tan Shoes - - l 4.s Si/e 5 and 5'j Hoys - - 5.-Hi Pat. Colt Shoes - . - J is These are only a few of ';he -peei.il values we oiler. Muslin I'iiilerwear, samples, not <>i:e soiled. Prices about the Cost uf mater-! ia!. Look them .IV-T. From Marshall Field A l\>. They tn-ar the mark ol" ' BlaolcsmltHing All kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks nad Box Presses horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 63 Shop West Badillo St, Csvina IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMllNliNG OR PAPER HANGING dcue, see me beforo you lot vour job. Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our leas and coffees are excellent. A large stock' of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery L ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. Reitriek H. Tally Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoffice Address, Covina HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pics, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. Fresh COVINA MEAT MARKET J. F. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 36 WANTED All Kinds of Poultry ALSO Veal Calves and Fat Beef Cattle Send postal to Jas. H. Sanders SAN GABRIEL, Wilmar Station (-21 BEN F. THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE b to 36 inches in diameter General Cement Work of All Kinds Rein forded Concrete Building's a Specialty Yard, We.it Cypress Avenue Telephone 403 CAMP RINCON THF. JF,M oF T11K SAN tiAUKIKL CANYON. Staue ruiniii:iLf. >" j'.iut ain.s are tine now with no trouble U> catch the limit of truut. AiUlre.s, Camp Kincoii Report Co., A?.u»a. Cal.. or Peck-Judah Co., -. c .i South Spring street, Lu . Angeles. Property Owners lake .Notice. , -ii hail any. Leader. Tuat'.s n cinch.— i.'lwelaml The Broadwell STORE , E WOLFARTH . , Jeweler , , All work "'iiarantood and iiric>/> l |,u\e twenty clients ulio have rvaMP!ia;>io. |-r,.peiiy aiul fash \\lio \\ant eage, an<l ^r»\e.-> I'lom '2 t-. 'JO Large a.n>l <:uuipl<:te sto.:i< uf eyery- ta l.i.it yi-nr ^|-M\---i and aei.-a^i- : thini; iii the line. !> nie, for lule »r exeliuii^f. , K'cuairiny of ail kn.ci.s. Fine watch FUA.NK L. FliAKV, ' \\orkasKeciahy. iooii- ti, Stant"U IJKIg., l-*ii£:ii]t.-na. , Citrus Avenue Cjvina, Cal. IMiotio 51. C. H. Kistler

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