Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 25, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, July 25, 1908
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(local EvcnE M^——— — : <X-.-e^V : • -.-•-•-_- -^.--:-:-.•: : E. F. Pickering and family have removed to Los Angeles this week. C. V. PenninKtnu left this week for Whittier. \V. Walters has removed to 345 S. Flower street, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Whipp of Sonant, Iowa, spent three days this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. CHSS. Prof, aud Mrs. A. H. Collins left today for Long Beach where they will spend a month. George Simeouoff made a flying business trip to Cucamonga on Monday. Miss Emma Overholtzer spent Monday in Los Angeles, the guest of Mrs. Geo. B. VVhiteleather. Mrs. Ben P. Thorpe is spending the week end with friends at Santa Monica. Born to Mr, and Mrs. D. O. Brouse, on Friday, July 24, a daughter. Hesseltino & Lewis, barbers, will move Monday into their new shop on the west side of Citrus avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Shoemaker hiive been entertaining Mr. and Mr. H. B. Campbell and Miss Lilian Campbell, Nebraska friends. About twenty of tbo congregation of the Christian Church went by car to Pasadena on Tuesday evening to attend the Scoville revival meeting. The young people of the Christian Church will entertain tonight with a lawn social at the home of Miss Illie Stanton. J. B. Lamb aud family left last Saturday for Kelseyville, Lake county, where they expect to locate permanently. Miss Blanche Grouse left on Tuesday evening to spend the week with her friend, Mias Ida Suodgrass, at San Pedro. A large number of Coviuaites attended the joint Christian Workers' meeting held at the Pomona Brethren Church on last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dreber of Pomona were luncheon guests last Tuesday of their daughter, Mrs. F. E. Dudderar. Mr. and Mrs. Grouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Baker of Gleudora drove to Ontario last Friday to visit the former's daughter, Mrs. Stiues. A. Cushman attended the Democratic ratification meeting in the Auditorium on Saturday evening last. A crowded and enthusiastic meeting was held. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cushman entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening, their guests being Mr. aud Mrs. Wesley Hodges and son Lloyd and Mrs. W. B. Gludfelter of Fresno. Prof. Charles H Thorpe of the LOB Angeles Polytechnic High School is taking the summer course of advanced manual training work at Cornell University, Ithica, N.Y. Albert Rittman and sister, Miss Malinda, were this week called hurriedly to San Antonio, Texas, on account of the illness of a sister, whoso recovery is despaired of. Mrs. M. Sullivan and sun of Texas, who have been visiting their relatives, J. W. Kiggins and family of the Holleubeok ranch, left this week for Colorado Springs. The Junior C. E. ine oteam social and cooked food .sale which was postponed from Saturday, July 18, will be held Saturday, July 25, at tin- Water and Gas Co. 's office on Citrus avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.. Potts and children, who ha,vo been making their home for some time with William Dewlaney on W. Center street, have removed to Santa Ana, having purchased ranch property in that district. Articles of incorporation have been granted to the firm of Kellar A: Thomason, manufacturers of "KT" valves and gates, and makers of machinery for pipe-moulding. The incorporation, filed on July HJth, is for 150,000. The firm will hereafter Le known as The Kellar-Thorna- 8on Mfg. Co. i. Inc. The Good Book says, "It is not good that man hhfjuld ho alone," and following this scriptural injunction Henry Larick of this city and Jennie (.'. Ci;iik of, Wi-scoiiitjn, uric united iii the holy builds ot ij;;.>; ri IIH .n V on .M ..!;<};:•.. The i/r i, i.: i - a ^ >. 1 I , !-. i,.,.' v. i-i- A er ut •',-. -.ii'i Iii - ' i i'lf , - a ii..] ,'j. ii ^ U',ii:.'ui ..1 '-,-., .'.i.. i .!•:-, ! ", U-JIM .". OU1...-1 i :l,,:l. Il.t- [|; hi ; b.i_->: liri[i-t; df!n,H--.. '11.'). '•'• 1 • 1 :..:n.> l;.'ii h'.ll.f 1 li C... I i U 'a. ! Guaranteed piano tuning. L. K. Sheets, Pomona, tf. Lnrrs Alsetli has removed to Los Angeles. j Walter P. Fleming left this week for Norwalk, Cal. | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houser aro taking a vacation at Kodondo. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Houser spent the week end at Cataliiia. A. Slierer is at Modesto looking after his interests in that locality. Mrs. D. Foster entertained ou Thursday with an afternoon tea party. Mrs. J. M. Whitael and children were guests this week of Mis. Osborn at Whittier. Mr. and Mrs. John Iron of Garrison, Iowa, are guests at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. G. A. Mouusey. Mrs. Steele aud daughter of Terminal Island were week end guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Kobert Howlaud. Mrs. Leightou aud family and Mrs. S. J. Walton have joiued the Presbyterian camp at Seven Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Headley went into Los Angeles on Thursday to see "The Rose of the Rancho." Mrs. F. T. Walser and little daughter Ruby loft last Saturday to visti friends in Dowuey. The Misses Beatrice aud Wiutiifred Wilkins left ou Thursday morning for their home in Highlands. Miss Delia Kelly, a former employee of tho Wave, has returned to her homo in Los Angeles. Miss Evelyn Fletcher was the guest of friends in Los Augeies on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Mis.s Josephine Widney has been visiting frieuds in Coviua this week, her sister, Mrs. R. O. Simpson, and Miss Lilian Douglass. G. D. Davis of East San Bernardino road has been dangerously ill all the week with a severe attack of pneumonia. Samuel Broadwell, eon of W. B. Broadwell, who cu't his knee open by falling ou a piece of glass, has been confined to his home all the week with his kuoo in splints. John Rumsey of First street left ou Thursday moruiug ft>r Beaumont to look after his property interests. While away he will be the guest of his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Followell. A. P. Kerckhoff has returned from Lie Santa Barbara ranch, where his family is located, aud will spend two weeks looking after his interests here, returning by automobile. Mr. aud Mrs. John Matthews, who have for several weeks been holding gospel meetings iu a tent on Badillo street, have removed this week to Monrovia. We wish to thank all kind friends and neighbors who assisted us and tendered sympathy during the illness aud death of our husband aud father. Mrs. Mary Jordan and children. Harry Neil left ou Wednesday for Hei'mosillo, Mexico, whero he will assist his father iu his extensive business enterprises. Mr, Noil is a young iii H ii of sterling character aud indii8trial|habits[ many friends iu Coviua wish him success and hnppi net's. L. Souther and family have returned from Lougmont, Colo., whore ! they lia-o boon visiting relatives, ! firmly convinced that there is no place like Covina. They have found the high altitude extremely pro- judicial to their health, all having j been ill while away. A party of young men from Covina, A'/.iiha and tho neighborhood Swill leave next week for the V. M.C. , A. camp at Catalina, whore they will spend two weeks. The urningotrieritH i aro in the hundB of Prof. OolliriH, and among those going from Covina | are Guy Bnidley, Arthur and John IBixby. OUR AGENTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry ! Goo. Goidmau and family loft, ou \ KILL™* COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH S New Discovery rnn >^rkiio>uct PRIOR run tT .£• Sle 8 * soe & $1.00. I Ull ^^OLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MOEY REFUNDED. Mrs. 1. I. Cook has purchaned of her son-in-law, E. (i. Prather, his former residence on Rowland avenue and is moving it today onto a vacant, lot on East Italia street. Mr. I'ni- ther will replace his old homo with a tine I'UlOO modern residence. Frank S. F.studillo, for tho past ; three yearn a bookkeeper in tho office ! of the Covina Fruit Exchange, haw j removed to Los Augolea. Hiu posi i lion in now filled by A. W. Anderson, recently from Edinburgh, Hcot- laud. Mi. Anderson is a pipe organist of home note. Mr. M<..-.ley has broken ground for a new hornc tor W. W. \ash on the San Ijf-Miaidino road, next, to that >.! W. M. <,j-ivv,ld. k will be an eigl.l i.;ou:i- 1 -i' iy a iid a half l.migu lo'.v, (<, i'l-.-t £';,<;f>0. with Bleeping |;orrh tip-tail?: ami t\vn verandas Le low. All the iati -.t iiiipiovcir.eni.i in |. lllll, fill, i! all'j Jhtllior fixture-, V, I 1 1 ;•(!< in till.-, h'.h.e. Thursday for Cump Rineon. Miss Etta Grouse is visiting at Santa Barbara. Mrs. R. Pollard and children are all down with severe cases of mumtiH. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall have moved iuto the Green cottage on Orange street. Mrs. Mitchell of Los Angeles, formerly of Coviua, was the guest on Thursday of Mrs. S. E. Kiug. Thomas Henworthy of Oil City was a visitor on Wednesday of Mr. H. M. Houser. Many little friends of Elsie Ashor called on her Thursday, it being tho occasion of her eighth birthday. Mrs. F. M. Smith and son spout last week end in an auto trip to Elsinore. The Ladies' Guild of Holy Trinity Church mot on Thursday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs, G. N. Atwond, Mrs. Will Griffiths has recovered from an attack of appendicitis which almost necessitated an operation. Irven Reynolds and his friend, KOH- coe Conklirig of Kansas City, are enjoying a vacation at Catalina. Miss Martha Doloater of Paandona is tho guest of Mrs. J. M. Smith and daughters. J. H. Vaudervort has the foundation laid and tho frame partially up for a six room residence on Italia street. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Douglass and Miss Lilian are spending tho week end in an auto trip to tho Santa Monica Bay beaches. Mr. and Mrs. Ware of Pomona and Phillip Clapp of Ocean Park wore dinner guests ou Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. Cline. Mrs. Widney of Los Angeles with her son nnd daughter was a week end guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. O. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rampton of Des Mpiues, Iowa, were guests last week of tho former's sister, Mrs. G. A. Mounsey. Mr. aud Mrs. Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holliday aro lunohaon guests today of Mr. and Mrs. Will Grifllths. Mis. Howland has received new.H of her mother, Mrs. Merrill's safe arrival at Cedar Falln, Iowa. From Lincoln, Nebraska, she wrote that before tho sun was up it was unbearably hot. Tho friends of Mrs. J. J. Fit/Gem Id, wife of tho proprietor of Hotel Vendotno, will learn with pleasure that she is now out of danger and a complete recovery fro/n an operation for appendicitis is now only a question of a few weeks. All flowers at half price. Trim- mod and iintriinmod hats greatly reduced. Point do sproa veils, 1 '.(.yds gquuro, with ribbon on, now for l.dfi. Many other articloH iti the millinery line will boar investigation before buying. MiHH S. Kockard. Little Eleio Asher, who hat; boon confined to her bod tor four wooks, is able to bo up again. Sho is able to bo wheeled around in the open air aud it will only bo a short time till she will bo able to use her limb a.s well an ever. During the ahwnnco of Kev I'aul StevonB and family at, Seven Oaku, the residence in being occupied by Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Bedford and little daughter of Los AngoloH. Mr. Bedford has coino to Covina to Mr. Clapp in his drug Htoro. THE For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Gunther's swoots aro pure and swoot. Clai>p soils 'oni. I'Vir Sale — Span of work mules, 2000 Ibs. Coviua Transfer Co. t,f Motorcycle for sale cheap. Co- viua Realty Co. . To Rent Furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. S. K. King, East College street. 8-1 For Sale- -Horso, .surrey and harness. Geo, Fnnstim, corner Cottage Drive aud Third street. ' Itp Far Sale ..... Complete stock of thoroughbred White Plymouth Rocks, j Phono 'JO!)!!. | i 8 Want to rout a small house in or near Covina. Telephone !i'2r>!> Oscar Miller. Thoroughbrod White L(»ghoni oggs 01 sotting, SI! per 100. M. 10. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 12(11. tf For Sale Bui bank seed potatoes at Cnrbott, & Trimboll's blacksmith shop. tf For Sale —Iron gray horso, 5 yours old, i:i()0 Ibs. L. S. Pongo. Phono 22 Hi. tf FOR SALH--A wall font, complete and whole. Used part of one summer. S. P. Jonnison. tf. Cornell t blocks, 8x10 inches, for sale by D. E. Stitos, tho cement mini. Pricas tho lowest. * FOR SALE — Sweet potato plants. M. 13, Zug, Irwindale. Phone H117. tf For Sale — Comfortable, five mom residence in flue section of town, 81800. J. Ii. Matthews. Buggies repainted and rovarnishod from 85.00 up. Surroys 8<i. 00 up. Autos 810.00 up. G, W. Marsh. For Salo-- -Potatoes and poultry to order. Also first, class cow. R, C. Ca.sad, Homo phono 1128, Covina. tf Have your rubber tiros sot by Wilson's rubber tiro setter, tho only one of its kind in tho valloy. tf. For Salo-- Thirty shares of tho capital stock of tho Covina Irrigating Company. Price 84 7. HO. R. A. Welch, ol' the roal estate firm of \\i\v.- /iinl & Woloh. Tularo land raises oranges, all kinds of fruits and vegetables to perfection. Corno up with IIH on Friday and HOO them, .1. H. Mai thows, Covina. Phone fiOOH. For Salo -Two well broken spans of work mules. Alno splendid young I earn of heavy Porcberon four year olds. Weight intw Ibs each; well broken. 'Matt Chilton. Telcfihone 1:10. tf CASH FOR ORANfJIO (iUOVKS- • 1 have proh|jecti vo ciiHtotiierH who will j pay all cnnh for good oninge grovoH i noar (Covina, A/IIHM, (ilendora or | San liiinan, if <'ou will nmke a lower i price for cash than for time or trade telephone li'JfiO and linl your grovo wilb me, or cull at my home on We desire to thtink all w ho us during the. illnenH and death of our father, Dr. A. ii. Hosteller, also for tin- many beautiful floral offerings. W, S. Hontetlcr and wifo, ">JrH. E. C. H'in<|iiot, Mrs. Etta liearn. Card of Thanks. \Ve (ifchiro to expr.-hH our heartfelt thanks to friends and neighbor* who a-^ihtfcd IIH in HO many w;iyn during itie long illrK-'iS ol our beloved hu>< Laud and fal her. i irpecjull y are we indebted to the rncn.heih fit Covina Lodge, I-'. ,; A. M., v.ho a-oi-.t.ed at the tuiicral M-I viren. M i H. :-ar ;ifi Sru it h, Th'.s. ,-ji.ith, A. <-. >,u.Jlh, Mi r-.. '.(ill ,ide .Shuey, M .'-.-. A iht: .-.inith. j I'lionto sheet, Onvina. jtf OSOAK MILLION. LOST Will tho porHon who took tho wrong "HiiitciiHo" from the Co vina car leaving LOH Angeles at, !J :Ufi p. !ii. Thursday, July Kith, and who | left another in iln place, please noli f.y J<-mtH K. Killian, Kl Monti:, Cul., i wliowo name ih on innido of cane. ; Cam; left, in lib place was turned in by tho conductor and in at. J'. Iv depot, LOB AngeleH. FOK SAI.K Two of the finest lots in the city cheap. fj room hou^e and '„( lots, 11*0x175, DO orange treet>, clone in, price Host corner in the, city f-<r invent. merit. • i itc.ii H navel:-) in good condition £.VlOO. J.ihi your j,i o|,i i i n••-. '.'• 11 h o 1 -.ale or to let. A !-.•. )' ' o • i:no", v.anl.-j and see if vie. cannot .-u Ijji'iii. Money l'< I* an. '''.vina y, nl ei 1 si oek 101 r,i Ii C0\'\:< \ Kl. • l.'i '/ CO . Claik .'. l».u ^W 1 I"! fc, | Covina Peoples Store J^- (INCOKTONA TKI>) IfJ OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY SPKCTAIv SALH ON TOWELS 45x2-1 ISath Towel, fringed \<)c each .MxIS Hath Towel, fringed 12;-Jo each .V.xlS Hath Towel, hemmed He each 3f>xlS Face Towel, hemmed 10c each 3()xId Face Towel, hemmed 8' .<c each j* ft ft * * ft Ik * * * We have a new lot of embroidery and insertion to match, which we are selling special at Sc a yard. F^or Your Veioeition Talc Tooth Too lit /'}/(•>' Cloth So tip Lislcrinc firtis/i ami Coin/> Adhesive Plaster A/osi/td'/n Oil Vaseline Peroxide Anti-Phloyistine A/(ii>'<i;'iiit'S Hantlat/c / } tr/>i'/' ami /'.ui't'fo/ Arnica ('otlon Preman. Potash /'nisoii Oak Salve Coin. Cathartic Pills S/ioi' /W/.s// Mow iihout u I'honoicriiph? : like It Inr H Viiciillmt. BRASS FOUNDRY and NAME SHOP MANUFACTURERS OF GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Reitterns /Vleicle? Kilt i mates K u nil shed, THE KELUR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop anil Oflioe opposite S. I'. Depot I Ionic I 'hone 2KM t'-ovina, Cal , WITH HANAN SHOES THE LAST IS THE FIRST CONSIDERATION The llaiiati Shoe: is just like the hitm.'in foot because the human foot is u-u'd as a model. Around this last is fashioned the ilanan Shoe shapely, smart and comfortable. Your sue in a llaiian is smaller than in any other shoe. Your satisfaction will be (greater. Many pay twice the Ilanan price for much h-ss all-around shoe enjoyment. BROADVVHLL Coviua, Cal.

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