(local £vcnts, V>=—^rf*,,--:^-^.— Prof. FitzGenlrl and fntnily left last Monday for Santa Barbara. Mrs. Gage and son Paul, left lost Monday to spend a month at Long Beach. Miss Edith Clements of Sau Fran- clcao is making an extended visit at the home of Mrs. A. R. Evans. Prof. Curl Leebrick and mother, Mrs. Mary Leebrick, are home from a pleasant vacation at San Diego. Mrs. Otto Snyder of Coachella is visiting at the home of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. H. Overholtzer. Mrs. H. M. Hnnser returned last Saturday from a pleasant visit relatives in the eastern states. with Miss Pinney of Los Angeles was the guest on Wednesday and Thursday of Mrs. J. D. Mofi'att. The Farmers' Club will meet this afternoon at. the beautiful new home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorpe. Miss Margaret Herskuvits of Los Angeles was a guest last Sunday of the Misses EtHe and Vernie Houser. George Anderson has returned reluctantly from Seven Oaks, where his iamily is located, and is putting in si strenuous two weeks irrigating. The Misses Beatrice and Winifred Wilkins, who are vi.sitiug relatives here, will leave early next week for their home in Highlands. Miss Josephine Kosenthal returned to Los Angeles on Monday last fitter a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. F. J. Cline. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Griswold left last'Wednesday for Boston, New York and the East and will make the trip by the beautiful Canadian route. The Misses Margaret and Rebecca Mahoney of Pueblo, Gal., were guests on Wednesday of the Misses Effle and Veruie Houser. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Seeley and daughter have left for Laguna Beach, where they will spend the summer at their seaside cottage. Mrs. John Bruujes and little daughter, Phyllis, left on Thursday morning for Catalina, where they will be the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. W. H. Matthews. Harry Neil and Sherley a Hunter left on Monday to spend a week at Camp Rincon. Upon his return Mr. Neil will leave immediately for Mexico, where be will go into business with his father. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stevens and little son left on last Monday by nuto for Seven Oaks, where they will spend two pjonths. Services will be held as usual in the Presbyterian Church . The pastor will make the trip by auto each Sunday. The Junior Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church spent a most enjoyable day on Tuesday last at Gaueaba Park, over forty being present. They left early in the .morning with a vociferous fanfare of tin horns and spent the day playing games and roaming about the beauti- lui park. A bountiful lunch basket was enjoyed at noon. The wife of J. J. Fitzgerald, proprietor of Hotel Vendome, WRS removed to the Pacific Hospital, Los Angeles, yesterday afternoon to be operated upon for appendicitis. This lady was taken ill about a week ago and as soon aa the nature of the disease was known, Dr. Cupps. who was attending her, <:alled in Dr. Buel, the celebrated surgeon of Los Angelea, who decided yesterday on the operation. Mrs. Fitzgerald has retained her strength well and every hope is held out that the operation will prove successful. Considerable excitement was caused Thursday evening by Hutchison Bros.' tranter team making a wild run through the business portion of Guaranteed pinno tnuing. L. E. Sheets, Pomona, tf. Miss Josephine Brandt is ill with the measles, William G. LuU, a druggist of Ba'cersllnld, Cal., is visiting with his unclo, W. H. Me Leod. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Poole have moved to LI is Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook have moved to Glendora. Mrs. O. C. Logue and daughter are horuo after a very pleasant stay with relatives in Sau Diego. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorpe are now at home to callers in their beautiful new home. Miss Jessie Kistler left Sunday for Santa Ana where she has been the guest of friends during the week. Mrs. H. I. Milliard has boon ill during the week with a badly ulcerated tooth. Mrs. Robert Bowman has been con fined to her residence this week by illness. D. E. Stites has gone to Beaumont OUR AdflNS: Warner, Wftitscl & (o. Brown & Bonn Pomona Sanitary Laundry Airs. Mnilifion of Pomona was tho guest mi Wednesday of Mrs. Kistlor. As we go to press we receive word of the death of Mr. George Smith of South Citrus avenue. Miss Jessie Kistler was a week end guest of Miss Halla Willita at 101 Monte. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menefoo of Los Angeles were guests Inst, Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dudderar. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dudderar wore week end guests of relatives in Pomona. Mrs. Rosonthal of Los Angeles KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. where ho will engage business. in the cement visiting hor daughter, Mrs, F. Clino. is J. Mrs. Mary Chapman and son Chester will .spend the summer at Camp Rincon. Mrs. Otto Anderson and daughter, Hilda, spent Thursday in Los Angeles with friends. Mrs. F. Herwiok and son Carlton of Pomona were the guests of Mrs. S. Aaher of Orange street Wednesday of this week. Mrs. R. M. and Miss Lilian Douglass returned on Monday from Camp Rincon, where they have been spending a few weeks. Miss Angie Griswold and her guest, Miss Cooledge, of Lodi, will leave on Monday for a vacation at Avalon, Catalina Island. Mrs. B. F. McLeod and daughter, of Holtville, Cal., are at present guests at the home of W. PI. McLeod and daughter, Miss Florence. Mrs. Virginia Lemonds and her daughters left this week forGleudale, where thny expect to reside during the summer vacation. Arthur Bater, a painter 01" West nursing a broken of a fall from a. Center street, is arm, the result scaffold. Miss Elsie Emmert of Mt. Morris, 111., was the guest this week of her friend, Miss Mary Nil!, at her home on Grand avenue. Aaron Burner, who has been a resident of this city for many years, left this week fur Loa Augeloa. Later in the summer he will go East, to be absent for a year. Mrs. C. M. Warner and children spent several days this week at Redondo, guests of the former's brother and bis wife, Mr. find Mrs. A. J. Eckles. Miss Charlotte Green, who been a guest fur some time at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matthews and daughter, Miss Lucy, left Thursday for Catnlinu for the. summer. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Keiser and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Keiser and children of Lordsburg were visiting friends in Covina on last Sunday. Elmer Shirley, of the Argus staff, and his friend, Howard Douglas, spent Saturday and Sunday enjoying the pleasures of Camp Rincon. The Misses Bess and Marian Given, Gevaldine Aschoubreniier, Jessie Kistler and the Misses Roberts arc spending a few weeks in Santa Ana. Miss Minnie Hutchison returned homo yesterday from Ventura where she has been visiting relatives for tho past two weeks. There will be a cooked food sale and ice crentn social given by the Junior C. E. of the Christian Church at A. Warner's real estate oflice, Saturday afternoon and evening, July 18. It John Black has accepted a position with the Pacific Electric railroad. He will assist the local agent, C. R. Kelsey, at the depot. Tho local freight, and passenger business of the P. E. has so increased at this point that one man can no longer care for it. About twenty-five Covina ptople rode over to Pomona to enjoy the hospitality of Pomona Chapter, O. E. S., guests also being present from A/usa and Glendora Chapters. The work of the order was ably exemplified by Pomona and a varied program THE For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Gunther's sweets an* pure and sweet. Clapp sells 'em. FoiiuJ A lady's jnokot. Inquire at poslollUv For Sale -Young pig-s. G. '.". Brown, Irwindalc. Tel. III. 7-18p Motorcycle for sale cheap. Covina Realty Co. For Sale Hood potatoes. Inquire of Austin Warner, Covinn, Cal. tf To Rent, Furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. S. E. King, East College street. 8-1 House and Burn for Rent-—Bntweeu First and Second on Itiiliu St. Apply to Mrs. L. G. Vincent, tf Thoroughbred White Leghorn egK« 01 sotting, SI! per 100. H. 10. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 1201. tf Found - A lady's gold watch, close to Irwindale. Address W. R. Powell, Pomona Steam Laundry. For Sale Bmbank scud potatoes at CorbeU, & TrimbuH's blacksmith shop. tf For Snlo--A splendid five year old saddle horse. J. A. Jonas, Glondorn. 7-18p For Snlo—Iron gmy liorso, f> yours old, 1300 Ibs. L, H. Pougti. Phono 221C. tf FOR SALE--A ploto and whole, summer. S. ^ • n d, fgi | Covina Peoples Store ft Wl (INCOKl'OKATKI)) U OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY ' P* SPKCIAT, SAMC ON TOWELS 45x24 Balli Towel, fringed l f )e each 34.xIS Ball) Towel, fringed 3<>xlS Balh Towel, 3f.xlS Kaee Towel, 30x1 (> Kacc Towel, each hemmed He each hemmed l"c each hemmed S'.;r. each We have a new lot of otuhro : dery and insertion lo match, which we are selling special al 5c a yard. FOR PREVENTION AND CURE during your summer outing and after your return, you rtill require FACE CREAMS '1\> protect vottr Cuiiii/r.vioii, cure Sunburn, or /\Vwf>zr ///<• Tun or l'*recklc:> front \oiir skin. We linvc your olil fnvoritc on (I some new home of Mr.-and Mrs. Alex ban, left this week for Long has tho Carua- Beach, where she will spend tho summer. C. D. Norcross, of Caliente, Nov., has been visiting the past* week with his brother-ill-law, J. Q. Hepner. Mr. Norcross is u locomotive engineer. Little Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ashor, seems to be improving and hopes of her soon being able to be up are entertained by friondy. Our old time friend, J. P. Organ, who has been making his homo at Arlington for some time, has returned to Covina and will probably again become a permanent resident among us. Mr. and Mrs. John Huff, accompanied by the latter's father, Mr. Suniuel Fesler, left Wednesday on a short trip to Cuachella, where Mr. Huff expects t<> prove up on his claim. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Blickinstaff and Misa Eikenberry of Lnrdsburg was givt-u. Delicious • refreshments were served and the decorations were in a patriotic scheme. wall tont, corn- Used parti of ono P. Jennisou. tf. IRWINDALE. The family of W. Waterhouao have gone to Long Beach for the summer. Mrs. Wooding of Los Angeles was tho guest last Sunday of Mrs. G. N. Lunn. Mr. Gay Gilmnre came up from Vert lee this week to visit his. mother, who is the guest of L. 11. Root. Mrs. Mary Chapman uf Hillfldalo, Mich,, who has been spending two months in California, and has been a frequent guest of her cousin, Mrs. B. Miller, loft this week for her eastern homo. the city. The team had been left j H pent Sunday in Covina, guests of standing in front of the postoflice by ' \,\ v _ a , H i Mm. W. F. HainoH. They in tho driver, who had gone in to get tbfl mail sacks prior to taking thorn I to the train. A Jap hoy rode up on J his wheel and leaving it at the edge of the walk it fell aguintst one of the. horses airl in a moment tho team whirled around and etarted on a run west ou lifidillo street. The wheel having become entangled in the harness, trie horses became more, and more frightened, turnefi on Citrus Avenue and did not clop until they i'ell on the .sidewalk in front of the. First National U:ink building, where they v. < -i <• -i<|pd. !t wus a remarkable run-iv.av IP-III tin- fa-< that little or no diii.-.ii,"- n-:-.ulte.|. l-Vl-li the whf-.l e-riij.il:>; v. ilh.,iir injury, iiltl.uij.il it was dialed the t-n tiff distmici-. Sevfi'iil i.oxt-3 1,1 orange:: which w-re in i'tn- w:-ii-'on wi-n- si-atti-ied along the way, to t/.e <ie- cf I Lt- s:niill hoy=. soon to h-iive for CV.rro Gordu, MM. F. A. Suiith utid ami, l-'nink, nre homo nfter a pleasure trip to Kf-attli-, Tacoma, Portland and other Sound points. .Mr. Smith in spunk- iriu of Portland fcaid the profusion of roses, planted in every parkway, added a cliarrn which left a last int.' inipic-Sh.'iiii on tvery visitor. Tho sweet perfume teemed to pel int-alc tlii- air of the ent'ne city. Ou arty l-iat l-Yi'liiv of VOIIHK' pi" (il Mi. and e | u r i ' I evening a >lh (.'rilbcic ih. lVt<-r l-'eili-r to|,i(!i 1 .r < 'hi i-t iau liii-lh/'i-n Chui'i-h. i' of vvritiug ;i t,-r for t h t lie oklet \\iiM .-j-.i-nt j li -a.-, in 1 1 coi in nr.J-.ic, \ t-i -iu! ion. had not le <:vt;!iiut; gann-.- and Mrs. Robt. Kilgar in Hponding two months with her mother at (Jccuu Park. Mr. McLeod is building a handsome modern collage on his property on Irwindale avenue. Guests at the home of Mrs. I). RoicliHi'd this week were Mrs. ami Miss Mudlow of Los Angi-li-H, Miss Marie Margo of KHU Francisco and Mrs. Phillips of Westminster, formerly of Covina. CHARTER OAK. Miss Nellie Randall, formerly a teacher here, spent several days this week viaiting old friendH. Mrs. Lillian M. Woodward has traded her ten acre rnnc/i property to Mrs. Mamie Corwell for a lot tint) two atfiry house, hi I'-i'-i'.: loniea street, Los Angeles. Miss Lottie BlovvMI cnieruincd it number of fiiends on Tuesday even : tun in honor of the birthday "f Mi'H. Si 1 •.'>•!!. H(fl and whitf- cariiHlions wTdci-'! the rooms and the -.u|-|;<i >t.ii.ii- v. ah adoiifd v. it.h a 1,,-ant.iiul riii.i k in lurjnnted by fun tern can dlci. 'J'he ssfterrif-oii was s-pent in sc A in;.' a.'id the evi-ninK in playisii.; fj\ e bundled. The giK^.t nl l.onr.j i I-;. A. McOn-Hor f,f Stai.foid is lu-.i'inL' !,i-i uncle, Mr. limiting. Cement blocks, 8x16 inches, for by D. E. Stites, the cement rnnn. Pricas the lowest. FOR SALE—-Swoet potato planta. M. B. Zug, Irwindalo. Phono '.HI7. tf For Snlo—Comfortable, ilvo room residence in fine section of town, 81800. ,7. 11. Matthews, Buggies repainted and. revarnishcd from 85.00 up. Surreys *(!. 00 up. Autos 810.00 up. G. W. Marsh. For Sale—Potatoes and poultry to order. Also first class cow. R. C. Cawid, Homo phono .11'28, Covina. tf Hiivo your rubber tires Hot by Wilson's rubber tiro Hotter, tho only ono of its kind in the valley. tf. For Sale—Thirty shares of the capital Htuok of tho Covina Irrigating Company. Price I47.no. R. A. Welch, of the real estate firm of Ha/. •/Mid & Welch. Tuluro land mines oranges, al kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Como up with us on Friday and BOO them, .). H. Matthews, Covina. Phone 500H. For Salo Two well broken spiuiH. of work niulcH. Aluo splendid young team of heavy Poi'fhoron four year ,oldH. Weight IfiUO Ibs ouch; well i broken. Matt. Chilton. Toll-phono |i:»J. tf j Lost- A lady's guld watch with i; •pin of the flour do tin pattern. Letter W engraved on oiitsido and owner's name on innidf. Return to Miss BRASS fOIDRY and MACHINE SHOP MANUFACTURERS or GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Reitterns KELLAR & THOMASON Shop and Office opposite S. I'. l>e|K>t Home I'hoiie 2 (loviua, ("ill. Walch at. ('. A. hooper's. Phono ii!M!J Reward given Home AL'CTIfJN. My hoiiHchold fui'ijitiire, r of bedH, chairs, tahle, stand lablen, fruit jars, a rirlger and niitneroiirt other articles, will l;ii sold at. uuc lion in front of mv reside.ncit nu I'liist College Hired, Thursday, .July 2.'). J, IJ. LAMM. FOR SALK Two of Ihe finest, lots in the city cheap. • \> room bonne and - lots, l'JOx17'i, :")() orange tictn, i-.losc in, price I'(-st corne rnent. th in city for invoM. List your H'-i ''' ! " .iale or t(j ler. .\ I-.-. i :', ant.n and -,<-i- if we th(-in. .Moi.c-y (f, |o:in. ' !o\ lii'.i whli-r >il i.rk lor , (:<A'I.\ \ KK.M.'IV CI,K k ^ f '''' your HERE'S A SECRET smaller size in a that all women and many men will appreciate: You can wear a Hanan Shoe. When a shoe pinches or binds at a certain spot, you must take a size larger to relieve that spot. There are no such spots in a Hanan Shoe. It fits all over. You can prove this to your own satisfaction by calling at our store. BROADWHLI. Covina, Cal.
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