Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 25, 1908 · Page 8
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Social (Hcsvs A merry party of young j.eople were entertained sit Holy Trinity rectory hint Wednesday e\ cuing, coMsinUriK of Mi^s Fletcher's class nf boyn and the Hcnior girls. The young people played many arninirig games and were nerved \vil.h refreshment 8. Miss Alice /M.woorl enl.ertnined on Friday afternoon of lust, week he.r Sunday Kchool clans, the second class of the .Juniors in Holy Trinity (Jhureh. The little people- hurl a merry time playing games on t,hc; lawn, where I liny were rented in a ring and served with ice cream and cake. Mrs. and MJHH At.woorl proved genial hostesses sinrl entered into the- children's games with great, fpirit. Mrs. (Jeorge Kcllar entertained on Wednesday evening from H!.\ to ten lit, her pretty ni'w homo on Went, ('y press avenue with n lawn Hocial for t.hi! hoyH of her Sunday school class in the Christian Church, fourteen being present,. .Japanese lanterns were hung iihont, I he grounds and the little fellows had a glorious time playing games and .sinning, after which they were nerved with ice cream and cake hy the young him tesH. Miss Lilian Douglass entertained last, Tuesday evening with a picnic; supper and five hundred party al, her home Houl hwcrit of town. Kim!) of l.hf! young ladicn brought some toothsome dainty t.o add to the Hiip- per, which wan nerved in the Herecn room, wliere altto cards -weri; played. Thone preHcnt were the Misses Key- nolrl.H, Mamie Cook, Mabel Hastings, .Josephine VVidney, Hca Klliott, Ada iJevendnrl' anil KOHC Iligley of Pasadena ; McHMi'H. Konald Taylor, .Jooelyn, HeynoIdH, J'llliol.t,, Cook, and Howard Douglas. A merry pnr'y of young people were inviled to l.ho home of Mian Matl.ii! C'hilton to celebrate her fifteenth birthday last, Thursday even iii,w. All kinds of merry giimc.H were played and l.ho evening passed <|tiickly to a Into hour, when tho jriuug people. went homo Haying they had nevor spent, suoh a delightful time. Kef refill men tn of ice- oroiuii, cuke and iintH wore served and tho young hostess received muny useful ond pretty tokens of affection. Among the Kiioata were Misses Sisson, Ha/el Clifford. Ruth Arthur, Colo Potter, Cora DIIVJH, Helen Droadwoll, lino Van Aiiken, May Caney. (ilorin Leisure, Cliireiuiij F'abriok, Koy and liny Ki.stlor, Hubert, Neil, (lei, 1 . A I. wood, Hen Hisson, Harold I'oltcr and Willie Stanton. IRWINDALE. Miss Ada Devendorf leaves fur San Diego on Monday where .she will upend several weeks. Miss Hose Iligley of Pasadena, a college (ilium of Stanuird days, has been spending the week with Miss .Devcndorl. The lleiidricks family aro occupy ing their summer camp in the muun- tains and the (iroovcn's will ltm\'i i on Monday. C, II. Coll man ami family have returned from llcdondo. Mrs. ,1. S. I'hillip.H and daughter Helen of Westminster, formerly of Covina, are ho idn guests al the home of Mrs. I >. Rciohard. Mr*, (i. T. lirowu is taking a two \vccks' vacation at La ,1 ulIn. Mrs. Lrnifvoi'o of K'ivernide, Miss (irccn of I'lanellelds, N.,l., and Miss Davis of Ocean I'ark are house guests for the week of Miss 1'hoctu* Hrinvn. Hea\'.v shipments of potatoes are being sent trom this point. Thirty three cars were shipped last week mak ing a total ot si'\cut.v HO far. CHARTER OAK. Mr. ami Mrs. \V. F.. llartlett and childlt'ii of Kedlands spent the week end at tint lininc ut .Mr. and M r«. Sin well. Miss Marian Johnson reluincil fiom Long Heach hiil Siimlay ami her par euls, Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,)ohiiM>ii on Tues lay. (J. I). Davis, owner of sixty acres of i.nmge giuve, coi'iu-r of Sa;i Her nai'iinu and (iiiind avenues, has been very beiiously ill iluring Ihe |-ait -Aci'k witli [iiii'iinioiiiu mid tor si", cm I da\.s his lite, nil acci'iinl of his age, v.'.n iler-pairi'd ol III^ coin rarl nl a i'old Silurday lit the meeting of tint l'o\liiii Valley Faruu'in' Club. ll I apidi \ ilr\ I'i'.pi-il ill) o | r.rmni.n 1:1 and on Muini'iy hi.- lirotln-i, uh., iivt-a in (laklaiid, was teK-gi a| l,< .1 tor. Hi, c iniii |.in i-, -,li!i n ilii al Rev, H. A. Thompson, I). f>., district «<iij:ermfemlent. of the PoKiidetiFi iliatrifit, will pieach in the Methodht Church Sunday evening. In the morning the pastor will preach. TbiH i« the last, regular Htindiiy men- ing Hervice before vacation. During j AugiiHl the evening wcrviwH of the I Baptist, Christ i;m, Mclhr;disl. and , Presbyterian churcliOH will ho held ; in union. i Services in (he Church of the Holy 'Trinity- Sixth Sunday after Trinity: Holy Communion, 7:l!0 a.m. Snn: day -school !) : 1 fi a.m. Morning Pray er 11 a.m. Subject, "Things New nnd Old." Kvcnsong 7 :!10 p.m. Subject, "'True Life." Offertory solo by Mr. Marshall. Worship at the Uapti.st, Church: Hi ble-Hchool ',):4. r ) fi.m. Preaching 11 a.m. and 7:10 p.m. by the pastor. Morning subject, 'An Ideal Christian." Evening subject, "Lessons from U-o Life- of Haul." li.V. P. U. 7 p.m. Leader, Mrs. M. K. Harris i Topic: "Home Mission SchooIhoiiHe 1 ' j All are cordially invited to these meet ings. ChrlKlian Church > Sunday-school 0:10. Preaching by pastor 11; nuh- Joel, "Kuturf! Recognition, " Junior :>. Senior Endeavor (1:15. Special sermon to young people in tho series on Pilgrim's Progress; subject, "The Hill of Difficulty and the House Ficaiitifiil." Miss Maudn Doughty will sing a solo; Hubject, ".JiiHl, for Today." All am cordially invited. Polling Place for Rond Monds. Alox Oainnlmn, Republican Central Oommil.leeman, Covina precinct,, aimounccH that, the prilling place for the good roads election, Thursday, will be in Smith's burn, San Uerminlino Road. The caucus for Saturday evening will also be hold at the same place. Surprised Their Friends. M1.HH Li/./iti Wren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (loo. Wren of Citrus avenue, operator of the Covina Home Telephone Company, surprised both rehltivpH Hnd friends on Thursday by taking the oar to L'OH Augelos and quietly marrying Mr, Charles F. Meier, tho popular driver of the Rincoii stago. Tho young people had been keeping company for several months but an early wedding was not contemplated. They returned the same evening and received the parental blesulng of the bride's parents. The brido has many friends among tho younger set, being a young lady of sweet, and lovable disposition. The young people will make their home In A/IIHII. Another New Printing Press. It has not boon no very long sinco the Argus installed its big cylinder press, but our largely inorniiHcd patronage of job printing becoming of too wide a range for our one job prass, we decided wo must, have another. We also decided to overlook present cost and put in the largest and best preps of the kind made, and this week it arrived from the factory and is now installed. It is a Chal- lengo (iiirdon make and will print, a sheet Kix'Jl inches. This will facilitate the handling of small booklet printing and such work as huge posters, Half-tone printing can be done perfectly as it. has a special ink distributor for this purpose. Hi'.i'oivr oi' 1 Tim i:i)Ni>iTii).\ in.- Till': First National Bank of Covina AT CO VINA in tho Slate of I'alifo rnia, at the clo.se uf business, July 15. l''os. (Charter No. 5x.ii>| ! l.niiii> hinl iliM'nuiils . j (Ivrnlriifl.i. .<><-nri'il anil un .ITIII-,-il J.»|."i l".l I' S Inimls In M'rii'-i' rirrill.itl'ir. _' '..inlii I.II i I'l i-lanint . nil t'. S Homo :;;.i IHI Ki-lhl-. .iTIMHU'^. i'U' i..'.i-illtnl I llaiikinw hi'll •!'. I'lii niluii 1 ;tna h \ I u! .• , 1 ;.!'.[ •- .;.! | I 'iir I ruin National Haul-. • timi ' II .I'l M- IIHflll .1 !."-'.' I > till.' I i"li. Slali' Haul... anil |!.II.I>.M-, J r.''in; : Iliii 1 I'luiii ..iipl'tivnl ri'.i'Mi' ,i.\.-:ii . . :.i.-|i 11 ('In-i'k • ami iillKT .'.ill lli-in • .[ i.n !• I ai-1 l-:l.;il l-al'i'I' i UM t-lu'V 11 N ;.••!-. ri 1.1 . IM'.H i : l.:iul'lil Mi'i:i'.\ Ur <i'l \f .1: D.iili.. v i.'. Love and Death. Very Hosoly IHM- nod df-ath dwell f»- - hl^h iifi In t!io world of nature nnd lo-.v down! The followInK well ticaicd story conifs from North- iHliif 1 : A sparrow hawk w;n killcil v. h'-ri fcfdlii;? her yonntf. f-'our days Inter wh"ii the m-st was OXMIII- Innd it was found that l.h« Illtlfl male lilrd, worklti),' alom- for tho fnuilly, had brought IIOIIK; fort.v-oltjht birds — vlx, H|.X larkf--. tibu- swallowa. our; linll- finch, Hc\-i'n roliin«. six sjuirrows. '-IT tn-ili{(; sparrows, nine Itluc tits. t.hr-'O <.'ha!!lii<-h"H find one wren. \\'hat a ''pin! of diitifiilnews aloin? wild feroeily is here exhibited on the part of the Hinall widower hawk, who cvliN-ntly thought Unit the lM!Kt way of n.'SpeetillK (lie liieinol'V of ,,is dr-partdl consort was to feed her child roll well! And in doini; this how absolutely oblivious mi I ur<; had rendered him of the feelinKx of Hie poor larks, swai- lo.vs. biilltim-lies and robins, whose off-ipriiu? or the parents themselves — his relentless parental affection thus annexed! The direst rriiolty animated by tho tenderest love! The most HIIV- fiK<- egotism prompted by an entire uri- nolCmhness! Such aro some of t!ie problems which nature furnishes.- tii-t 'ivlll not solvi.'. — London Te Orchard Work Wanted. I am. thotou^lily equipped with K*)0fl teams Btid inipienicntB to care for orchards, J nw-.il the work and \vill «ivr; the groves intrusted to my care my persona! attention. M. CHILTON. Telephone 130. KKI'OKT o;-' THIv CONI'lTJoN Ol- Till: Covinn MntJorifsl Bank AT COv'INA in the State of California, at the close of business, July 1.5. l'J08. (Charter No. S2i2) r,'i!in«. antl Diwiiinl.s ................. 878,2>1>'.(W Ovi-rfiraf'tH. Hrrurrit ttni\ unsrcurxft .......... 45.20 IJ. ,S. H'ltiil.M to si-rim: circulation ......... 2~>.0f)0.00 J'r-rnitirnH on U. H. liomls ................... %*.7f) HoniU. «pr'iiritif«i. etc. .................... IT.ffifl.SO Uankinif housp, furniturn and fixturoH.. .5.311.811 DIIP from «(«!_<• hanks and biinknrn ...... Z.'iOO.OO Iliii' from npprovwl rpfpi vp agfn'.H ....... lH.2.'!B.:t.'i t',hi:fkx ami other cash itcnriH ......... ...... 1.17.50 f-'ractional paper currency, nickels, centH. ... 42.72 Lawful money re«erve in hank, viz: Specie .................. 4,380.95 4.380.95 Keflemption fund with U. S. TrcnHurcr (5^ of circulation ) ...................... 1,250.00 Total .................. 15X711.88 The First Test of Baby's Mind. Just as the t,' ( '""i ( 'f Hit' flower Is contained in the tiniest seed nnd will reveal Itself with an absolute certainty as will rootlet's and leave* when proper conditions of heat, moisture and lif,'ht are accorded, vt the germ of the mlnii of a child is present In his little body and will develop and unfold Itself with Ihe growth of (he latter. The only way to stop the growth of n child's mind is to stop his body from growing. Appetite Is the mother of the mind, and muscle Is Its father. At Its lowest estimate the body with Its brain Is the tool of the mind, and good work cannot bo done without good (ools. Tin." first test of muscular vigor, the hand grasp, is an Indication of the mental possibilities us well. Not one child out of a hundred who at ten days of age grasps firmly and clings to a| finger or pencil rubbed against his pink little palm will ever fall below! the average inlelllgence of his race.— I Woods Ilnlcliinson, M. D., In Woman's j Home Companion. I.IAIIIMTIKS. Capital ."tock paid in ...................... $50,000.00 HnrpluH fund ............................. 2025.08 Undivided profits, les« expenKc.s and taxes pafrl .............................. 120.1.4 1 National bank n ril.cn outs tiindi tit! ....... 24,500.00 Ijiie to trust, companiesand Havin^H l>ank.s 5,450.68 Individual deposits subject to check ..... 67,591. 18 JJemand certificates of deposit- ............ 1,804.00 Time certificates of deposit ................ 500.00 Cashier's checks outstanding ............... 37.50 Total .............. '....153,711.88 Slate r.f (.':tlif'iniia, County nf I,os Angeles, .ss : I.V'.O. lon^lish, CiiKliicr of the aho.ve named I'ar.lt, ilti solcmnlv Huvnr (hut the above slate- incnl is true to tin: l)est of my loiowledi'e ami lifilk'f. V. O. KN(iI.ISH,C.-isliier. Correct- Attest: .1. H. Collision ) J. L. Matthews f Directors J. I). Heed ) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of July, 'IMS. E. I*. Warner. Notary Public. BEN F, THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE ft to 06 inches in diameter General Cement Work of All Kinds Rein forded Concrete Buildings a Specialty Yard, Wc*t Cypress Avenue Telephone 403 ^s&ssASft&sss^^ Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. • The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. The Home of Storms. Tho waters of Cape Horn have never been mi visited by storms for more Ihan a week or two at: a stretch wlthlu Ihe memory of man. Standing on 1 the ) outpo 's of the world, Cape Horn Is the meeting place of ocean currents of very different temperature, from the Icy cold waters of the Antarctic drift to the warmth of the Brazilian and Peruvian return currents. The prevailing winds are from the northwest and west, and these, coming from the warm regions of the Pa- cillc, condense Into fogs, which the sailors cull "Cape Horn blankets" and which are the forerunners of storms. The extremely low level to which the glaciers of Tlorra del Fuego descend, tho perpetual congelation of the subsoil, the meeting of conflicting winds at very different temperatures, are nil direct or Indirect causes combining to make this the most constantly stormy region of the world. F, E WOLFARTH ,, Jeweler ,, Large and complete stock of everything in the line. Repairing of all kinds. Fine watch work a snecialty. Citrus Avenue Oovitia. Cal. Not a Soinist. Tho Into Theodore Thomns was re- henrslng the Chicago Orchestra on the Htugo of the Auditorium theater. He was disturbed hy the whistling of Albert Rurrldgo, the well known scene painter, who was at work In the loft above the stage. A few minutes later Mr. Thomns' librarian appeared on the "bridge" where Mr. Rnrrhlgo, merrily whistling, was at work. "Mr. Thomas' compliments," said the librarian, "and lie requests me to state that If Mr. Um-rldgo wishes to whistle) he will be glad to discontinue his re-; hoarsal." I To which Mr. Bur-ridge replied suave- ) ly, "Mr. Hurrldge's compliments to Mr. Thomas, and please Inform Mr. Thomas that if Mr. Hurridge cannot whistle with the orchestra lie won't whittle at all."—Success Maga/.ino. Notice to Creditors Estate of Peter D. Moje, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the last will of Peter D. Moje, deceased, to the creditors o f , and all persons having- claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, j within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said execu- torj at the office of his attorney, E. G. Kuster, at 430 I. W. Hellman Bldg., Fourth and Main Sts., Lob Angeles, California. Dated this 20th day of June, A. D., 1908, OTTO ANDERSON, Executor of the last will of Peter D. Moje, deceased. 4t fcotcl \Dcndomc J. J. FITZGERALD, Prop. A FIRST CLASS COUNTRY HOTEL OUR .SPECIALTY Chicken Dinner Wednesday and Sunday Convenient for Covina people and cheaper than can be prepared at home. Notice of Hearing of Petition for I'robate of Will No. 13100 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Hosteller, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Homer L«. Hosteller for the probate of ihe will of Mary R. Hosteller, deceased, and for the issuance of letters testamentary thereon to Homer L, Hosteller, will be lu-ard at 10 o'clock a.m. on the UUh clay of July, 1908, at the courtroom of Department 2 of the Supt-rior Court of Lo* Angeles County, California. Dated June 22. I'KH. C. <;. KKYES. County Clerk. Hy \V. L. Warren, deputy. Ceo. L. Sanders, attorney for petitioner. COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. • j Citrus Avenue Havinsf 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 50c Corbett &, Trimbcll General Blaoksmithlng All kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks o.nd Box Presses horseshoeing a Specialty home Phone 63 Shop West Badillo St, Cevina Kissel Kar A car that sells for 32250 that wit; demonstrate and show as good material and workmanship as a $4000 car. 4 cyl., 40 h. p., speed 45 to 50 miles, won both events it entered at Pasadena-Altadena hill climb. Has Bakers- fieid road record of 4 hours and 45 minutes over horrible roads. Have a ride in one and you will be a Kissel Kar booster. * Reo Automobiles THE CAR OF SERVICE Ask any of the many Reo owners PRICES Touring Car with top, $1450.00 Reo Roadster, 20 h. p., $1100.00 Reo Runabout, $700.00 Also agents for Wayne "30" 4-cvlinder and Kisselcar. Get a demonstration before buying. REO Garage COVINA IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler I'tuts i'«'.l pi.-Itl.-. li-.-.> . \| , :-. -t-, ant! ia\<"> p;u-i National Hank ni»!t'~.."i' t.uMsi-.- Ihir -.' oih.-i N\n;..n.il U.U.K - I.«' HI 1 ,;,.,. .,,i .:i i a :: The Riggins Farm and Ranch Talks MAKES 5OME LIBERAL PROPOSITIONS * If you want TUiles, Hares, Colts, Jersey Cows, or want Teams from one span to sixty spans at a reasonable price, they can accommodate you. PROPOSITION ONK: \\\ have oijjhtv head ot three-year-old mules us good as ever were seen in California, which we will sell in a bunvh or in s;\iii> t'n in SU'O up, fur oa>h or on time. PROPOSITION T\VO: \\V havi tortv v\ell t-tvd steel dust mares, >.ir«t laryr, bin known for their endurance. Thevwill come nearer iloiii" the wi r!- rf a mule than any of the heavy, clumsy stock like t'lydesdale, lielyia:: < >v Norman. We will sell you these in bulk i>r in >|>an>, broken or unbroken, for cash or on all the time voti want. PROPOSITION T1IRKK: Twentv-i'onr vear old IVrcluron colts from a rejji.-.teri.-d Perclieroti -.ta'.ium; will make line draft stock. (let a team an*! rai^i- it and break it to MI it von. PROPOSITION Fol'R: We will let vmi have a team and we w.l! feed them for .71.5" a day or we will furnish four mules, wagon and driver lor £5.HO a day. PRuPOSJTION F1YF.: \Vc can furnish you fioin ten to sixty teams on short notice. PROPOSITION SIX: We can furnish you forty head of Jersey cattle, some line milk'tr-. in the lot. PROPOSITION SKVKN: \Ve will take voiir horse and feed him barley or oats and give him proper care and attention for $7.50 a month, j-.? 50 a week PROPOSITION KliiHT: ran sell vou baled bailey or oats by the 5oo pounds or ton. PROPOSITION NINK: Uerkshire PIIJS. Adiire- RIGGINS FARM AND RANCH O >VINA. CA1,. J. W. Kit HUN'S A: SON, Owners

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