Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 11, 1908 · Page 5
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(local Events, \£—n —ri-TtftB-igggV--- ~-~—~~-~ Guaranteed piano tuning. L. E. ; Sheets, Pomona, tf. Mrs. S E. King is visiting her son, John, at Wbittier. ! E. A. Rich has boon spending the Mr, Joseph Beek of Denver spent j several days this week at the homo of Rev. and Mrs, Harry White. Mr, and Mrs. C. I. Smith of Hollywood visited at Oscar Miller's on the Fourth. Mrs. A. P. Kerckhoff left on Thursday for their tanch near Santa Barbara. Orders filled for peaches for canning. G. T. Brown, Irwindalo. Phone 13. tf Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Finch of Redlands were visiting relatives in Covina over last Sunday. Mr. M. O. Mohler of Los Angeles was tho guest of his cousin, Miss Emma Overboltzer on Friday last. For Sale — Apricots, $1.50 pcrcwt. Geo. Williamson ranch, Irwindale avenue, \^ mile south of car line. 7 lip Mrs. A. L, Davison and Miss Lillie Liebuiau of Los Angeles visited friends here tho fore part of the week. Mrs. F. J. Glover of Asmsa was the guest (his week of her sou and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Glover. Mrs. Merrill, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Steele, at Terminal Island, leaves today for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armel and Mrs. Cvouse spent Sunday to Tuesday evening visiting relatives in Los Angeles. Uncle Jore Ilonser of Sawtelle spent, Tuesday and Wednesday in Co- viria calling on relatives and old friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Reeves and baby of Centralia, Washington, are dowo on a visit to the lattor's mother, Mrs. Amanda Lark ins. Mr. and Mrs. J. Armstrong spent Saturday, July 4th, at Long Beach, guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robert?. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Byron Denny at Azusa, Wednesday, July 8, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Denny aro members of the Musical Revival Crusaders. Houser and a month at Los Augoles Parties interested in the formation of a chess and checker club are re- i quested to send in their names to Mr. S. Blum or Mr. R, S. W alker of Cy.press Avenue. A daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Helwiok on East Badillo street, on Thursday, July 9. The bright little one is named Naoma. The next meeting of the Farmers' Club will be held at 'be homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. F. Thorpe. A full attendance of members is desired and any bringing guests are requested to notify the hostess. Mrs. Gage and son, Paul, leave on Monday to spend a month in Long Beach, where they will attend tho Chaut.auqua. Rev. Gage will join thorn in time for the Baptist Assembly, which begins on the twenty-first. Miss Belle Cooledgo, of Lodi, is | visiting with her college chum, Miss] Angle Griswold, at tho homo of tho i latter's parents on Citrus avenue. Miss Coolodgo will remain hero the greater portion of tho summer. Mr. and Mrs. Walkinshaw of San Francisco wp.ro guests this week of Mrs. If. M. Fatildor. Covina people will remember the former as tho young Englishman with a fine tenor voice who loft Covina about throe years ago. Among Covina visitors on Tuesday were Mr. C. Hoboler, who formerly owned an orange grove on Citrus avenue. Mr. Hcbelcr has recently returned from England. Ho wan amaz- od at the improvements mado in Covina during the past year and a half. Elsio, the daugbtoi of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Asher, has boen seriously ill during tho past two weeks with an aboess on tho hip. Tho litllo one has suffered intense pain and fears wore entertained that it miuht develop into hip disease. A specialist was called ii> this week. "London, tho Great Metropolis, with Glimpses of England and Scot land." Fine sU-reiipticun work, male quartette and mixed quartette selections, glte club ('horns of twenty-five voice*. .For tho Episcopal chinch orL'au found. Wediii-sdiiy evening, next .\w.-ek. , B. J. ML iris Hud v- ifiv spent the pa-! 1 .: o vi al i il Harvard, lia'hMlt ai.'l Ji \ l-l-l!.\ , Mopped i.If heie (.n to tilth holne io lii i keicy gilest.-s at ill? t, ,,'i:>- o! • >• i',i MIM. Miirriv. 1 -, I nAl-.er, !!,i- Miss Clara Amon returned homo Wednesday after a week's outing at Camp Rincon. W. B. Broadwell and family are planning to spend the summer at Lake Tahoe. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. daughters are spending Long Beach. Mrs. Dr. Quint, of spent Tuesday of last week with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller. Dr. E. A. Plant of Los Angeles was the Kuest last. Saturday and Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. Gnodoll. Mr. and Mrs. Fensom have moved into tho Sturtovant house on Cottage Drive. Do not fail to attend the strawberry and ice cream social, Tuesday, 3 to 10 p.m., at, tho M. E. Church. Mrs. Louis Harris and little daughter are spending the week with tho former's parents at Rivera. Miss Maud Snedaker of Pomona is a guest, at the home of Mrs. W. A. Young. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood left on Wednesday for Beaumont where the parents of tho latter, Mr. and Mrs. Followoll, aro living. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Casey enjoyed a pleasant outing from Friday to Monday at Stui Diogo, where they celebrated the Fourth, Miss Beatrice Wilkins left last Thursday to spend a few daya with friends in Los Augoles and Ocean Park. Hot weather entertainment with cooling drinks and informality. Wednesday evening at the Woman's Club House. Twenty-five cents. Dr. Willis, cf the Deaconess training school. San Francisco, was a luncheon guest on Thursday of Mr, and Mrs. Harry White. Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths attended a grand barbecue picnic of the Elks Lodge of Pomona at TomGroen's ranch. Spadra, on the Fourth. Over 500 were present. The families of V.'. Q. Ouster and C. B. Casey left yesterday to spend a week at Sycamore Flata, Cook OUR AGENTS: Warner, Wftitsel & ft. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mrs. A. Carnahan and her guest left on Wednesday for Long Beach where they will spend several weeks, being joined at the week ends by Mr. Caruahan and son, Pa.xtou. Mra. D. E. Huff, who with her little son, is spending the summer in Long Beach, came over for the Presbyterian church reunion on Wednesday last. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stevens and son, Brewster, leavo on Monday for Fair Oaks Camp, San Antonio canyon, where they will spend two months. Geo. A. Hazzard was in Whittier on Sunday attending the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Jaua A. Hazzard, widow of the Rev. A. Haxzard, who gave so largely of lands and money to the University of Southern California. Miss Angle Griswold and her friend, Miss Mary Ilawen, have returned trum a pleasant outing at Santa Barbara. Miss HawoH will spend the summer at her homo in Pasadena. Prof, and Mrs. F. A. Fit/Gerald leavo OH Monday for an auto trip to Santa Barbara. After their return they will leave for San Diego, whore they will spend the rest of tho summer. Mr. and Mrs. .J. O. llousor and family, with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Coltrin, Charlie Hoimer mid Mir-s Ethel Kcefer, spent from Friday till Sunday camping in Fish Canyon. They were joined on tho Fourth by Mr. Otia Keeling of Los Angeles. I A Chauttiuqiui lecturer is • tho be.nt that can bo obtained. 'Robert J. Buchanan OOIIIOH direct from tho Ve.nie.o immm] (Jhautiiuqiia to the entertainment in Covina on : Wednesday evening, next we.ok. Jt is for the oritgn fund of tho Episcopal i church. Musical program iutor- Hper.scd. Twenty -live cents for everyone. Miss Cora Davis has returned from a two weeks' visit, in Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. Goo, Sturdivant aro camping at Camp .Rincon. Miss Armocla Reed has moved this week to Patton, Cal. Miss Ida Baucus of Los Angeles spent Sunday in Covina as the guest, of Miss Laura Myers. Mr. and Mrs. James Bonham havo moved this week into the llostettlor house on Citrus avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Warner, at, Hoodluy, Cal., on Monday, July 0, a daughter, Strawborrry and ice cream social at the M. E. Church on Tuesday afternoon and evening, 3 to 10 p.m. Miss Emma Sudheimor of Salt Lako City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fcslor. Miss Hazel Clifford has rofurnod from Whittior, where slio hns boon visiting relatives, Miss Bessio Lrebriok bus boen elected as a teacher of tho Center school in tho A/ia;a district. Misses Bessio Leebrick and Mina Cady attended the State Epworfh League Convention at Huntingtoii Beach during tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Van Vliet. and infant sou aro now domiciled in their handsome new homo on NavUla Place. For Sale—Thirty shares of the capital stock of tho Oo\ura Irrigating Company. Price ?J7.fiO. R. A. Welch, of tho real oatat.o firm of llaz- zard & Welch., A dish of ice cream or a dish of strawberries and creiuu is delicious these warm days. You can get them at the M. E. Church, Tuesday, 3 U 10 p.m. The popular proprietor of tho Do- pot Grocery, with his wife and family, spent the Fourth onjoynbiy at Catalina. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. StroS- neider accompanied the party. J. B. Larnb, who has extensive ranch interests near Kelsovville, Lake county, Cal., returned this week and will immediately' close up his affairs bore and move his family at once to Kelueyville. A happy party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. A. Warner, Mrs. Worrell, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner and son, Donald, and Reginald Inwood, spout from Friday to Monday at Long Beach. Congressional Convention At Long: Beach Aug. 15. The Republican Congressional committee for the seventh district, bus decided upon Aug. 15 as tho date for holding a convention to namo a candidate for Congress. The convention will be hold at Long Beach, and will bo composed of 11'2 delegates, the apportionment being on the basis of one delegate for every twenty votes or major fraction thereof cast for MoLachlan two years ago. Los Angrlos will be entitled to sixty-three delegates, Pasadena eight, and the outside districts forty-one. Primaries in tho country precincts will bo held Monday, July '20, while in tho cities of Los Angeles and PasmUnia delegates will bo olontod by assembly districts and portions thereof at tho regular primary election August 11. "or Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Rooms libsi'h. to rent—-Soo ivuo Drive. W. i* THE Covina Peoples Store! (INl'OKroRATHD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We have tho agency for Hie celebrated »ei=Ton Sho^s Without (loul)t the best ranch shoe uii Hie market. Ask the Neipei • Tail. IMnchor Cut. Bellow Tongue. Eveiots. (iiuither's s'veots aro puro inn) sweet. (!!lapp HOI la '0111. For Sulo Young pi«H. Brown, Irwindalo. Tel. 1 1I. Ci. Motorcycle for vina' Realty Co. 7-IHp ;-inlo cheap. Co- For Salo • Seed potatoes. Inquiro of Austin Warner, Covina, Cal. tf For Sulo 1087. W. Wheat; hay, H. Diiulols. SIT). 7-1 I. Call Thoroughbred White Leghorn o«g.s 01 Hotting, SI) per 100. 11. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phono 12G1. tf Si rayed •bay horse, phono !)7. For Sale at Cor belt shop. tf Thursday, July 0, a small Finder please notify It Bui bank Hood potatoes V Trimboir.H blacksmith FOR PREVENTION AND CURE during your summer outiny and after your return, yon u'ill require FACE CREAMS To /n'tt/crf viu/r ( ]»uf>/i\vrt»/, r/i>r Snnhnni, or '/'mi or l<"rc<'klcs from voiir .• We hiivc your old fovorilv nod some new mnkcs. For Sale ---A splendid five year old Huddle horHQ. J. A. Jones, Glondora. 7-18p For Sale— Iron gray horse, I) years old, 1300 Iba. L. S. Poago. Phono 22 1G. tt FOK SALE— A wall tent, complete and whole. Used part of one summer. S. P. JohniHon. tf, Cement blocks, 8xl(i inches, for sale by D. E. Stitos, tho coment mini. Pri«3H tho lowest. FOR SALK- Swoot M. E. Xug, Irwindale. potato pliintH. Phono :t!17. tf Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Kimball, of El Monte, ;<re for tho present milking t heir home at tho retideneo of Dr. Roxie, E. BatfcM. Mis. Kimball is n sis' trot M(h. C. W. Tucker of this city. Kiiiiik Kimbitll ha* tm a nnm ber uf yeiii-> h;.<l cl.nrgo of tho pump Jut! plant (.t iho Ka-a U'fjJIlier Land ami 'i\ ator (.'ompitiiy I, ut resigned i ii-U p-.silii-ri the lii.sl of the i re-^[;t n,o.,i|j f, t;i> into l.i;>-,iiie-s tc.l itii:.»olf. lit- v.ill i .; L I. ai, ly stai I. it machine ami r,i- The Pomona Chapter, O. E. S., has issued hivilations to tho Co vina, A/usa and Glondoru chapters 1,< a grand reunion to bo hold this oven ing. About twenty-five aro oxpootct to go from our city. A. S. DoWitt, of Pasadena, wol known to many of our oil! ZGIIH, who has boon a victim of Bright's disease for sorno months, is reported as very ill. His recovery Hoorns now to be improbable. Contractor Clarence Allison IH rushing tho completion of Warner, Wliitsel & Company's new bakery at tho roar of their now husinosH proni- JHOH on Citrus iivoiiuo. Jt is of brick, cement floors and lire piool throughout. W. S. Sides one of Covina'H woll known plumbers, has lei, n contract tliis wook to Contractor I', (i. Kring for a commodious am) lismdHotno two slory residonce on East. India wired. ThiH now homo, when completed, will cost a little in excess of SiiiiOO. Tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. i, IUJ-I.LI '*• Lamb of East Center street, has 111 WclJH j, nj( . • been rented by Professor C. J. van Vliet, who has recently nc, copied Iho position of teuoher of Spanish in tho Covina High School. lie will ulKii havo charge of tho com mercial department. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.' Worrell and family loft this week for Kansas. They expect lo bo absent for about, throo months and In-fore their rotum v.ill visit, frio.'idfci in Omaha and (ithfer Eastern poin'M. Thin is (he first pleasure trip Mr, and Mis. Worrell liiivo taken for tv.i-nty one 'years. Mis. M. A. Siil! nan '.Vae.-i, Te-<as, aro quests nl .V r. i;n«i Mrs For Sulo Comfortable, flvo room residence in fine section of town, 81800. J. H. MatthowH. Buggies 1 repainted and roviu'iiishod from 85.00 up. Surreys <!<!. 00 up. Autos 810.00 up. (i. W. Mni'Hh. For Sale PotnfooH and poultry to order, Also first class cow. R. C. Casad, Homo phono 1 1'JH, Coviiiu. tf Havo your rubber tires sot by Wilson's rubber tiro Hotter, th« only oiio of its kind in tho vulloy. tf. Place yniir spfire cash in I ho C-ivina Valley Savings U.'snk, a sal'c invent inont ul. '1 per cent. Tho (,'ovinu Valley Savings Bank offers you ii siit'e investment for your idle t'unils. We pay •! per cent. Start, an account today. For Sale liTiOO gallon giilvani'/- punip at n luir Kitst. Uoublo T anil MA(I« SHOP MANUFACTURERS OF GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work RotteM-ns KELLAR & THOMASON Slio])anil(>ni(Xt op]»oHite H. 1'. Dep'.it I lome I'llotle. 2W C-oviiiii, ed iron lank and force (•uiii. Otto Atidorh'in ii'.enue. 7 1 1 ji Tularo land liiines oningoH, all kindw of fruits aii'l ve^etablen to porfocliiiii. (.'oiiid up with us on Friday arid HOH them. .1. M. Mat thoww, (.'ovi/ia. Phone ,">OOH. l-'or Sale Two well broko.ii spans of work mules. Also ',pleinli<l young team of heavy Porchoron four your olds. Woit-'ht ir,HO ll,s cadi; well broken. .Matt (,'biltou. Telephone 1,".0. tl J''«l( SALE 'I''.'", of tl.'o fli/esl lots in tho city cheap. f> room house aii'i - lot", 1 '-'•<>:< 1 "'>, "A) oraiigo tr«:i-H, e.lohi- in, pri 1 o a^i'iOO. l;i -,l corner in ihi: eily foi invest p i il -i ill Uedlaij'l- 01 and son i.f al. the hill I. W. kin Sullivjili i-. :s si^li-r i Silnl ti.i- '.', lie, of I l,i- nt r.ankei of 'A.u-o. !ii! i o/. 1, daugliie; of kl/i'lii-!, al-o are.'im :, ti • n, 'Je.-.as. res Mil'. ol.H ill good eoli'l lioil your j,i f >| ei ' ii t () let . A Iv, l-. si e if '-•.,••. ', it li A Shoe That Pinches or binds cannot become comfortable except by losing its shape. That is why a lasting style requires a perfect fit. The Hanan Shoe is first made to fit. Back of this is the carefully selected leather and the particular workmanship which makes that perfect fit last as long as the shoe. Mo 1. 1.'. i ia v.niei ., l-.aii. s;i.ci-; lor .- j;). M.'l') Cl.uk [JROADWHLI. Covina, Cal.

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