Covina Argus from Covina, California on August 8, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina, California
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Saturday, August 8, 1908
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local Events, Mrs, Kice is spending two weeks wt Long Bench. Mr. nod Mrs. W. M. Griswold spent the week end at Catalina. Guaranteed piano tuning. L. E. Sheets, Pomona, tf. \V. A. Blakomoio end family have returned from Beaumont, convinced that Covinn is the place to live. Mrs. (5. W. Coolnwn and family and Louis Hodges have returned from Camp Kiticon. Mrs. M. K. Harris and Mrs. J. X. Wilson left on Monday to spend a Prof, and Mrs. FitzGerald will re- I weok ()r , norfi nt Long Beach. turn on Monday from Santa Barbara. Mrs. E. I. Burner has retimed from n very pleasant trip to points in Washington and Oregon. Mrs. Jasper Baker and children of Glondova were guests this week of her mother, Mrs. H. Grouse. j Mrs. John Brunjes and little Miss Anna Headier spent Wednes- i daughter, Phyllis, returned last day and Thursday with friends in Monday from Catalina. Los Angeles. Robert Stebbin is spending a week at Seven Oaks, with his chums, Philip and Wesley Leighton. Mines. Kobinson and Kavanaugh of Mis. Warren Kellar and Mrs. Etta Keams spent three days of this week visit-ing friends in Santa Ana. Mrs. Klicr of Dexter street was called to Los Angeles yesterday by the Long Beach were t.he guests last illness of a grandchild. Friday and Saturday of Mrs. Moore. Miss Meta Brunjes is the guest of Mrs. P. Talley in Long Beach from last Thursday to next Monday. Mrs. F. J. Cline was the guest on Tuesday and Wednesday of her mother, Mrs. Rosouthal, in Los Angeles. The death occurred last week of Mrs. Esther Shugg of Whittier, grandmother of Mrs. Louis Harris. Miss Ilulce has been missed from her post at Broadwell's this week, being absent ou account of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Houser and daughters have returned from tho beach. , Mr. and Mrs. Rumsey, Mrs. Fitzgerald and little daughter and Mies Bertha Followell left ou Wednesday morning for Beaumont. The Rev. A. Fletcher, wife and daughter left on Tuesday for Seven Oaks Hotel, Red lands, where they will spend three weeks. Miss Anna Herron, president of the Monday Afternoon Club, who has been seriously ill two weeks, is now recovering slowly. Miss Angie Griswold and Lei- friend, Miss Coolege of Lodi, returned on Monday evening from Catalina Island. Mr. and Mrs. P. Talley and family left last Monday for Long Beach, where they will stay two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Reetz and dauhetnr. Ava, moved last Saturday from Dexter street and are living in the Baldridge house ou San Bernardino road. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armel have moved from Dexter street to Center street, where they have bought the house lately owned by Miss Christie. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rebharn and daughter Pearl left last week to spend three months in the East visiting friends and relatives in Ohio and Kansas. Thos. Fitzgerald has left for El Paso, Texas, where he has accepted a position. He will probably be joined later by hia wife, who is visiting relatives in Beaumont. Mrs. John Wilkins left on Thursday morning for Catalina to pay a long visit with her daughter, Mrs. Will Matthews. She took with her a quantity of dry goods for the latter from the Broadwoll firm. Mrs. W. M. Griswold entertained at dinner on Thursday evening, her guests being Miss Angio Griswold and guests, tho Misses Coolege and McKindley of Lodi and Miss Rea and Mr. Morton Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bnlkeley and daughter of Glc-.idale, cousins A Mrs. J. M. Smith, are visiting the latter. Miss Mabel McKirahan of Los Angeles is visiting her cousin, Miss Pearl McKirahan. Mr. and Mrs. L. L». Ratckin and daughter leave Monday for a month's stay at Catalina. Mrs. Philleo and daughter Miss Katherine are spending two weeks at Camp Kincon. Mrs. Rowland will have as her guest next week Miss Alma Cutler, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, a school friend. Lee. Tiner of Artesia was calling on old friends in Covina Tuesday and Wednesday, Mrs. Lottie Feotor spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Los Angeles visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong left Tuesday to spend a week at Catalina and Long Beach. Miss Jessie Kistler spent last week end as the guest of Miss Bessie Madison ot Pomona. Miss Cora Belle Longman spent last week at The Palms, attending the state conference of the United Brethren Church. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Eshelman of OUR AGENTS: Warner, WWtsel & (o. Brown & Bonn Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cooper are taking a vacation at Santa Paula, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shcrcr are stny- iig at Long Hencli. Ed and Roy lUanchard have joined rioncls at Seven Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. Matney have moved into their new home ou Center St. Mrs. J. N. Wilson and son are spending a few days at Long Beach. Hay Kistler has been suffering this Mrs. Mary Chapman and son Ches ter, have returned from a vacation spent nl, ('amp Kiiii'dii. The condition of Samuel \Villits of Dexter street roamins unchanged, ox cop'., that lu> grows daily a little weaker. His advanced ago precludes any hope of recovery. ,veek with a severe abscess. is stopping at Lotuita wore visiting at the home ol their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Keefer, the first of the week. Covina people will till regret to hear ihat Mrs. Jewell is seriously ill at the Long- Beach Sanitarium, prostrated by the death of her husband. Harold and Cyril Sherwood and Claude Groover were dinner guests on Thursday evening of Dr. Lewis S. Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths left or Thursday morning for San Francisco where they will be the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. A. L. Dowler. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armel and baby spent the week end with the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Baker at Glondora. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Matthews have returned from Cataliua for ten days. Miss Lucy Matthews is still at that charming resort, Miss Juno Sides left nn Thursday to spend a week with the Hnodgrass girls at San Pedro. Her took her and will stay two days. Leave all laundry bundles Mrs. Mary Jordan ong Beach. 'Mines. A. Warner and H. Worley ire spending a week at Long Heach. Mrs. Goo. B. Scofleld and baby are visiting relatives at Calulina. Qiiinler Bashoro returned Saturday from a trip to Butte valley. Mrs. Harry White and sons are spending two weeks at Long beach. Mrs. E. P. Wrauer and sou Donald and Cora Davis will leave on Monday to spend a week at Long Bcaah. Fred Meyers of Missouri spent several days this week at the homo of Mrs. G. J. Reynolds and family. Mr. and Mrs. Casey moved into their beautiful new home on West Center street this week. The Misses Rose Nigg and Helen Williams were dinner guests last evening of Miss Jessie Kistler. Miss Clara Davis returned last Sunday from the East, where sho took her mother's body,and has since been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Scoonovor of Minneapolis, Ind., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. VVhitsel. They have been touring through the West. Miss Iva Funk, the efficient, bookkeeper for the San Milling Company, Gabriol Valley is taking her arid clothing to be dyed or cleaned at. MoLeii.'Ps restaurant, agent for Pomona Steam Laundry. vacation in Fresno county. Before returning she will visit the big trees. Rosooe C'oukling of Kansas City, who has beea inoking an extended visit at the home of Mrs. G. J. Reynolds and fa'mily, will leave ou Monday for homo. Miss Lizzie Christie, for seven years a well knwon resident of this city, has removed to Long Beach. Sho will bo much missed in church and philanthropic circles. Her ad dress is 8fiT Loma Vista Drive. J. E. Heath, the well known local fruit buyer, left Wednesday for Ashland, Oregon, whore he will engage during the; summer in the shipment of apples. Ho was accompanied by his wife. Miss Josiu Hanson is spending tho week at Long Beach attending tho Baptist, meetings. Upon her return mother Hh( , all( j | 1()r brother, W. H. Hanson, will probably spend several weeks at, San lJiet!O. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. ^.^ (Umther's sweets are pure and sweet.. Clapp soils 'em. For Sale Span of work mules, '21)00 Ibs. Covina Transfer Co. If Motorcycle for salo cheap. Co- viua Realty Co. Wanted •• • Five shares of Covina Irrigating Company's stock. Address P. O. Uox Cififi, Covinn. Want to rent a small house in or near Covina. Telephone liJfi!) Oscar Miller. For Sale Cling and frooHtone poaches at, G. T. Brown's, Irwindale. Phone Hi. tf Crescent ice cream will be handled by Layman A Son. Served by the dish or sold in quantities. 7 Hp For Sale Rioh barn yard manure, no straw. C. C. Cady. Covina Home Phone !211. Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs 11 sotting, ?!( per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 12fil. U For Sale- One horse, fine carriage ind double harness. m J. M. Smith. Phono 215). If For Sale 13 m hank seed potatoes 'it Corbott & Trimboll's blacksmith shop, tf For Salo—Iron gray horse, 5 years old, 1'HIO Ibs. L. S. Poago. Phono '2'2 Hi. tf FOK SALE Sweet potato plants. M. E. Zug, Irwindalo. Phone III 17. tf For Halo'—Comfortablo, five room residence in lino section of town, 81800. J. H. Matthews. Buggies repainted and rovarnished from 35.00 up. Surreys ?(J. 00 up. Autos $10.00 up. G. W. Marsh. For Sale—Potatoes and poultry to ordor. Also ilrst class cow. R. C. Casad, Home phono 11'28, Covina. tf Lost-—East of Covina, a silk parasol. Finder please leave at Argus ofllco. For Snlo One good cooking stove, almost new. One Concord top-buggy in good condition. I' 1 . J. StiniHon, Phono :i'27rj, Walnut, Confer. H-2!) ^R o&- 3E. *HT *5& *S£ «^& 3f» 3K *5E JC -3K 3C. 3C. JWL i^K. *5C 3K. i5C J9K. St 5&i5E.3&3K-jBP « THE j$ 3 Covina Peoples Store £ \Ti;n) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY The Very Latest Styles for Early Fall * ft ol tlu- cdebrated McCall Patterns linvo just 1) -on received by us. Please cull and look them over. c_P ' " O tone,r, J)/':A/O.\'STKA TOK . for AM 7V/AV-:'.V It KM KI) IKS -£•/// /'<• u'it/i yon /ur Tlml //r.w Remedies are guaranteed /<> cure or \oitr money refunded. As* for t/ie Japanese Dream hook. BRASS MM anil NUHIH SHOP MANUFACTURERS Of Umbrellas, I'lirasols- -Kor will covoran umbrella. Det.wiler, Glondora, (,'al. I and and Born to Mr. and Mrs. (-'has. Limber g at the Evans ranch on Sunday evening, a boy. The little one was ; },>idav. born prematurely and was not, ex- ! reeled to live, but it SB now rapidly ' developing into a husky youngster. [ Ilosford, (irofessor of Latin Greek at Oberlin college, Ohio, her three HitsterH were luncheon of l)r. aiul Mrs. Jennings laHt Mrs. J. E. BoHHerman and grand- The Rev. Conley and family, Mrs. J. O. Houter and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Sherer and all tho Keller family, Mre. Talley and daughter, Mrs. Ross and Joy Benton are among the rmnjy people who are attending the Christian Church conference at Long Bench. A farewell surprise party was given on Monday evening at, tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Kring in honor of Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mi=s Bertha Followell, sisters of Mrs. Kring, who left on Wednesday morning for Beaumont. Those present, all members of the Baptist Church, wen- Mrs. Cnster, Paul and Clvde Ciialer, Mr. and Mrs. Ca.s-.fy, Ethel, May and Met! Cfc'-o.v, the. Misses Blanche Bouts, Elsie Danii-ls, Bertha Biu- M a in if- Mf.oie, Mr. '.i,/, Mr ;.n'l Mi-. -'• : . i i iii_-e. Fi'i-d baker. May urid and Mr*. A. E. Ham Gbr/e, Mi» Uiirtrnan and < 'i wen- en j 1 .ycd - >> hide, v. !ii it- !••![•« aini cake \OUI1L' i son, J. E. Goodsoii, of Glendora, were dinner Daunts at the home of Mrs. Hannah Overholtxer on lat-t. Sunday. W. Q. ('lister left last Saturday with the remains of G. J). Davis, who will be buried at BellefontHine, Ohio. Mr, CuBtor will Vie away a month or more and will visit old friends and relatives in the East. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Reynolds and four children leave next. Tuesday for anlinto trip up the coast as bir HS Stock'on. During tho trip they ex [ioct t.o stay some time, at Santa UnrbaiH, I'i/'no, Monterey, Santa Cruz and other (joints of interest. Horace Uoinis of Hollywood sp-nt. a few days this week at the home of hi-- brother, C. E. Bomis. Tho former has .just leiuii.ed from a tour of ni rthf-rn lit it is!> <'olumr.ia, extending c wo Genrgo I!. Repairing, Wanted Situation by experienced nurse, references given. Conllno- mont cases a spr^eialty, clnirgen rea Honable. ln«|\ilro at Mrs. W. A. hay man's, Third and Hadillo streetH. Samuel Glaxo returned this week from Koedley, Fresno county, where he has been engaged in cement work. Mr. Glax.e says the heat tb'iH Hinnmer in the San Joaquin Valley has been terrific and he. is glad tu bo in Cu- viua oiu'.e again. ling. First clash work. 'per hour, 8-.OIJ a day. 1 ' A. \V. Cushman of W. liadillo street, operated upon last, wook at the Pacific Hospital, LOH Angeles, for an internal abscess, in reported as very | low, and his ph.vMeinns offer no hopes ot his recovei y. ; Mr. mid Mrs. W. S. Hoiiroworth of Lincoln, Nebraska, were guests yes terday of Mr. V. O. Englibh. Mr. j and Mrs. HousownrUv have corne to California with the iilcntion of making a permanent homo here, and ox- ! press themselves a.s delighted with, this locality. Word has boon received from Mrs. i C. M. Warner and children telling of their Kafe arrival at their home in Sun Fihiicisco. They were compel l«-d to s-.mewhat bhorten then \ihii here among their rolntivoh on account, of the early op-niiig of the Hun I'mnor-i For Salo Two well broken spans of work mules. Also splendid young team ot heavy I'orehoroii four year olds. Weight KiOO Ibs each; well broken. Matt Chilt.oii. Telephone i:t(i. tf I am pro houso (ilean ('harges '2 fie. Seo Frank GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work •Patterns AAade Kstiinatch FtirnihhiMl. THE KELLAR-TIJOMASON MFG. CO. Slioji and Of<ii:e opposite S. J'. Di-pit I Ionic I'lione 2H'J Covina, C;il . HOUSE CLEANING. |iiiref! In du all kindH of Ouchi, corner Second and IJadillo. .Telephone 1'2'iH. H -2'2p i I For Sale !! lots on Center St.., west, ST'iO ouch; OIIH.V terms, (.'hoioc' ; lots on Navilla St., ^C'J.'i ;easy terms; •three beautiful lots on Dadillo Hl.root., i £i;UO each. -1 loom and three ; large lots, #'2'200. Good o' room housei uiiil lot. (J0xl7fi, fruil. of all kinilH, good locality; prico jSlliOD. <; room furniHhed hoiibo to let for four months nt low rental. Houses of nil sixes for hale. Lisi your properly with us. COVINA UELATY CO., (Murk .v fjoughiH. 1 l an.i .• in 11' t > • r i-.-«111 !;.-.- tv, o • : '. c. uc-fi ' t.i-ir t-A" ! -;, t. r I \ to tin- t • Pi<f. '.V. fi. Fl'l-SI,- '. '.'• ar ! !.l- Mr. and .Nh". c,ii Ii -1 ,n ••-.::.i fi n•:,'!.-. 'J !.• i . t he [.( incij ai.-h i i of Ahiikrt ( ' I.- t o tLt- n,u-i .;.: ft. It.-r. ... rt. i hi-. •.-.,,.-l.-v Ho.Ire-, IH-, - t:,e, c. •(••-. .1 j.aS fieri I 'hi- hi,.' i- ami Mi .'i'- ). .li'la> ,ii.'! Lo..- li .-k t - .-mil '. i;,:i .,•..( te,| -••I,' i.i i:. r. ••act,. 'i'h(- Ari-'us VM'lc(,n.(-r, to ibis ,'.'-ok Mr. and Mis. W. )r \ and Ifimi ly, reci-nt. ;:i 11 < I i'. n ii-.vl 1 , ;ili ia Ml 1 . If Ol le.i t ,!.>•( 1 . a ;.i .in ini-iil h;:; ; 1 .-.;u i our L. I or .Sale at kco 1,'eo touring cm 1 , 'O'i rej.ain'(•<!, ffiJ'jd. / Kltn.blor ton/ ing cai, ('inn bloi i unabout, H '. lusl When Your Feet Burn or Ache There is ;i re;ison ;i slioi- reason. It is tin- clieiniciils left in the sole lc;itlier after tanning, wlii'.li your feet ;il)sorli. Hanan Shoes are <,led witu SCOCKKD I.KATIIKK. sivr j»roi <-ss, but absolute.) y nree lllr ((lUiloft tin It's an ary for wear«-r and tlu j.;ood of tin: I f-:.. Hi- I. i-t.ii-e • t t! ci! -. ;. f,'l it t. i v. :l! i,'.-. h. n t . i' i i .-,.!.- - It i i , never dour in t I in ;'./i,f| sbi-c ,; but a! w;i v In th tlial in;il-:<- niakiti^ '<! , iforl, .1' .liiii-s; seldorrj done limit- in I l.niari Shoes. I la ii.i n Silo;- 'I i h y it i , ir than ii i •-'.t Covina, Cai.

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