Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 5, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, September 5, 1908
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########**#*#**••**# * Social ########********** The ThiriVilo Club nf Alhsinihni ».nj...vffl fi dnlUditfnl flii.V in I'"' country "ii Thursday l«f>t, t^inn Ihri KiicHt.s "f H »npmU:r, Mrs. A. .1. W«r ncr, at Imr hcnnUfnl viun'li honn- lir.rlhf'flHt (it l::Wtl. A rninmodioilH liny %MiK'>n, w<Mi Mishioiic.d with frflKi'fint Hlfulfn, mot. I ho 10:20 «. m. rnr »t. tint Covitin depot, (Uid then 1 . \VJIH ornplc tirno to fitijoy t.liri ncenr-ry <>nr<>utc. A bountiful Innc.hcon Uiis Horvod fit, nuon and th«; nftor- iKion WHS HpfMit. with music and conversation. Thin Huh in compo^f! of nlrl friendH from Indiana, mostly living in Alhanihra and a few in Los Angeles. Many pleasant, reminiscences were enjoyed and the merry party broke up reluctantly to hoard the old-time rnohile and merit the 4 :'.]?> cur for home. CHARTER OAK. Mr. tuio 1 Mrs. H. A. Hlovvpll Hrid family spirit '•'"' w '' (;k ' jml witl) friondM at Kodlfimls. Mr. ami MTH. .Jr.nnur iintl r,hildn;n of L<>» AriKf'k-H ar«! orciipyliiK tho Story of • Foot Race. A voluble n^g'-o who was dlscov*reti p;ifiiiK n fnst hont ;.fi-o«-< tho Tfnfh fitrcct \ladiK i t the 'iriier ;i.,'!il explnln- »'(i !I!H liMNlr; to III" poin i-iiufi «ho fir- ipslod dim. tli;>f he h:id I>IPM to :i K| b;id paid the si'lil of rent of I hf sliirllitisly In whirh lie WHS flad. oyrf-w.-i of (lie dmi'-c n w inun ha>I n-pentcdly luimp- hli.'i J|i a off»'iisi>''» He .«-'..">' i for th crjrrec! atlir During Mir- Khorl y od Ji Tho MisHCH HHflin Lincoln iiiul liesfl (liviin hiivn cntorod «H HlndontH si t tho Htat.0 Normal (School at, LOH Kmrrifi HnvvkH fiiitwtiiiimd on Wodiifi.sdfiy iiftornoon with a thirnblo imrty in honor of her cousin, M!HH AmlrniiH. .). I'. HmoH/or ami family lmv«> gono to L«nx JJeach for a wcuk. IRWINDALL Tho MiHH(!H Alloha ami Uainona \ViiHlihnrn of I'nmirlmiH nro viHitinK lit, tho homo of thoir Kraml- imront.H, Mr. nn'J MPH. ''•• K- Coll'- iniin. 10. L. Cofl'man in Hpomling two weokn (it Camp Kincoii. Mr. H ml MTU. C. H. Coifnwn wont hy auto to LOH AritfuleH to HricmJ tlm •wook onrt \with (rionds. Wcok ond giiOHts at tho home of Mr. Hnd MrH. Robert Eflgiir were two sistore of the former, Mmos. Lyrla Trumbo and Puullnu Loruiue of Phoenix, Arizona, mid two ooiiHins, Mrs. Ciirtor of Nevada and Mrs. A. Hhort of PiiHiidona. Tho MisHOH Irwin Imvo rnttirniid from a wonk'H vinit with friundH in LOH AngoloH. Mr». Unld(iHH«r IMIH urrivod homo from Long Uimoli, whoro nho IIIIH liuon viHitin« at, tho homo of hor His- tor, Mi'H. Mnlk-ndoro. Mi.sHliail Loooh IMIH boon a Ht.n- flout, at tho Htat.) Normal Siihool, IJOH AngnloH, sinno it oponod. ,1. IJuniHiidiile IIIIH ret.urnod from a ton diiys' InintiiiK trip in tho inonnt- aiiiH Hixty miloH north of horo. MI-H, Juliu Torry of LOH Angelica IH the guoHt of hor friend, Mrs. L. II. Knot. Loo VVHertz, a farm hoy on tho MIIXNOII ranoh, WIIH ouunht in tho shaft of the pumping plant on Thursday uvoniiiK and badly (Hit aliout, the fai-.o and alinuldin'H. llin injurli'B are not of it sorioiiH nature and ho in unroil fur at tho Mnxaon homo. An Exception. Little Kthol— Mr. Hleh, we're not »U nnulo of dimt, are we? Mr. Klch (bo- niKnly>—Y«H, my dour. Little Ethul (trlnmphuntlyt-Oh, well, you areu't. 'COH [nipii Huyu you m>rung from noth- ing.-—1'uncli. In the Dime Museum. "What did you do with my thermometer?" (leiiiMiided (ho doctor who bad been called In to attend onu of tbe f roil Us. "I swallowed It. doc," answered the glass eater "Thought It was my mud- Iclno."- •-I'lttslmrg 1'resa. Confusing English. "1 Htv on.- ul our hiittleslU[is reported fast 111 tile mud." " Wei IV "I WIIH jiibt thinking that n ship fast In the mud outfit l'> he n record hrouk- er ou tin- open sen." - I'icU-Mi' l'i> Money Makes Egotists. Money is :i sort of creation mid given the acquirer even mure thai) I lie pus tes.-ior an imagination of his own power uml tendn in make liiui Idoll/.e self - Cardinal Newman Conquering Temptation. To coiii|in-r ii-uiplalinii you live It d'<>vii iiioni-. ;i-i \'iii must itii' aUnii'. ainl no \ icariui!.- ;^itl •>!' direnx h cull take the pia. 1 '- nf a umu's uwu t'ruin "M.» Journal." you nn- ho manner. He related the dignity and unction. "Thish yei'c yellow ril(.'«er. h<- !«»;)' n-hiimpin' inter me (ill I ses t<i him. I HPH, 'I'll He<.- .von afir-r this rhimv outside.' I w.s \n him. "He Hits. 'Very well, null; I'll y,if after thjM dance.' "I didn't like the lo'iks of lilm how, mid when we jjl's outside pulls n hlK rn/.xer. and In* 1 HCH. -I'll fii'vo you." he ses, jes' thai er-w;iy. "I thinks of dial null! I pay* ?:.'.. ",0 for. and I Ketliers no all the tle'.V Is In me, and I H tarts to riinnln', and I runs fust. I runs like n jack rabbit ontell I Kits to the vl'dm:'. nnd n hlK police he hollors to me: " 'Hey, thorn,' tut hollttrs. '\V1in r you -n 1 1 Kwlno so fns'?' " 'I's Jls' n-runriln' to ketch a cyar,' I hollors back. But he grnhR m^ n n d ho sen: "'Kfttch H car, nlKKitr! Why, yoiise fifiHsed four cnrs n'rondy!"— Oinnba World-Hern Id. Rarest of Tr«d««. ".Nflntt Is the rarest of nil trjidos." unld an KtiKllshmnn. "I urn n maker of Instruments of torture. I siipposo dial ul this moment In Hlarn and China yellow men are bleeding and howling Jn tin; clutch of machines ol' my make." He lighted his pipe. "Plenannt thought, eh? I'.ut wo must make our living somehow. In I'lrmlnji;harn mine's mnde. There for seventeen years 1 have been turning out racks, hair and nail drawers, thumbscrews, skinners, needle bods, soaring Irons, bone breakers and whnf not. "Hlarn ami China have bought their Inslrtiinents of torture from Birmingham for generations. Homo of these contrivances are very costly and In gen Ions. There's a water dropper which works by clockwork Unit costs $500. There's a— But that's too terrible to talk about. The Chinese Instruments, by the way, are n million times <Tiiolor than the .Siamese."—New York I'ress. Sanson and Louis XVI. Three letters written by Hanson, the executioner of the "terror," are printed In tho I'urlH Guulols. One of tho most Interesting of them Is short enough to be cpioted In full: "Citizen—I have Just learnt that tbe rumour Is current that I am selling or causing to be sold locks of the hair of Louis Cupct. If any have In fact been Bold, this abominable trade can only have been carried on by Impostors. The truth Is that I have not allowed any one In my house to carry away even the smallest relic." Hanson, It appears, had In bis private capacity much sympathy with tin? king whose head It was his duty In bis professional capacity to cut off. In another letter bo iittrlbuttM tho courage with which he met his death to the firmness of his religious principles, nnd when be himself died In IHOf! he bequeathed money to pay for masses for his victim's soul. Evolution. In the days when the higher educti- tlou ol' women provoked more discussion than It does at the present time a number of Cambridge university men, among them Arthur Clement Hilton, who was born a wit and died a clergyman, were discussing the establishment of women's colleges. Hilton, says bis biographer, Sir Uobert Kdgfcumbo, expressed himself In favor of the movement. "Of course," he said, "when women get their degrees they will not be bachelors, but spinsters of art, and then after awhile they will proceed to th« of M. A.—ma." Hunter'* Waterproof Matchbox. There is not a match safe made, so fnr as I know, that meets all of th« requirement!! of the sportsman as well IIH a ton or twelve gauge brass shell closed with a cork stopper. This makes a safe that Is absolutely waterproof, «Hslly opened, Is cheap anil that will float. If one wishes to provide against tin* loss of the stopper, u cord may be fastened about the cork and the other end fastened about the base of tbe shell.— Cor. Forest and Stream. A Pair of Trade Winners. "I've never had any great luck," de c In rod the pessimist. ".Neither have 1," admitted the optimist. "Made my money by hard work and advertising " -Louisville Courier-Journal. Very Quiet. Lady Visitor Thai new girl of yours seems very nice and quiet Mistress of t'je House- Yes, she's very quiet. She doesn't oven disturb the dust when Klie's cleaning the room. Part of tha Trade. ! riumbor Have you got all we want i for Ui'own's Job': Ho> Yes. PlumUM' I --\V>»t'.' You 'aven'i forgt it i i'u notliin".' ! ltl«'ss m\ Mini, 'ow d'.\ou expect to make a plumber': By Marnier IT IS A MATTER Or HE AIM POWDER Absolutely Pure 7HEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Ac. A n^nno (lending unkelch unit description m«r (Jnlcklf M'iortaln our opinion free whether an Invention l<i probably rmtenlable. Communlnv lloiuiitrlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on I'atent* •erit free. Olrtont agency for nectirmir patent)!. I'jitenti taken through Munti & Co. recelT* tptclal notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnntraJed weeklf. I.areeiit nlr- eiilallnii of nny nctenUBo Journal. Ternm, |3 a rear; four monthi, |L Bold by all newsdealer*. 361 Broadway, IIVI1I1 VI WWt . , HV1I Branch Offlco. 626 V Ht« Washington, New York DKton, D. C. t Do rot forget that r'Witts Little Karlev Risers are ' - .••• it pills made. They are pleasant i.n.. pills that are easy to t ike arid a re prompt ai:d gentle. We 8-11 and recommend them. Sold by C. F. Clapp. A salve good for anything where a salve can he used—that's DeWitt'iCar- holixed Witch Hazel Salve. It cleanses throughly, keeps the pores open and heals quickly. It is good for anything where a sulve is needed. It cools and soothes and is esoecially good for piles. We sell and recommend it. Sold by C. T\ Clapp. Call and See Us If jou need anything in the HARNESS line and we will give the best goods at the lowest price. Satisfaction guaranteed. Co\/inet Harness & Saddlery Co. Phone Home 1170 Q. W. MARSH Practical i CARRIAGE AND AUTO fltainter Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA James Corbett General Black.smltHlng AH kinds of general and heavy Blacksmithing'. We manufacture Ridgera, Orange Racks Box Presses Horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone 65 Shop West Badillo St, Cavina Kissel Kar ; A car that soils for 522=0 that v.-ill demonstrate and show as (food material and workmanship as a £4000 car. 4 cyl., 40 h. p.. speed 4r> to 50 miles, won both events it entered at Pasa! dnna-AHadena hili climb. Has Rakers- j lir.kl roart record of 4 hours and 4.S nunutOHi over horrible r-mds. Have a I tide in OIK; a»id you \vi!l be a Kissel IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone ">1. C. H. Kistler Bqrad Kar booster. Reo Automobiles TJJK 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 F. R WOLFARTH , . Jeweler , , DIAMONDS OF FULL VALUE Beautiful high quality Stones in all the choice and rare Mountings and styles. Sent on Approval. Shop by Mail We guarantee the best of value. Prices range about $100 per carat, Solitaire and Clusters. Combined also with other gems. Write us for estimates • PCCIAL S€TTINQ» To voon ORDER NEXT OHFHEUM THEATRE Tooth Paste is made with milk of magnesia as a base, aromatic oils as a germicide and flavor, precipitated, chalk for a polish. The result is a smooth, aromatic delightful dentifrice that preserves the teeth, hardens the gums and keeps the inouth in a clean, healthy condition. Ask your dentist about Boradent. At Troy PHft 25 c* acal Comp POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY If you want the BEST WORK at the MOST REASONABLE PRICES give us a trial. TWENTY YEARS' experience has taught us the CHEAPEST and BEST way to do your laundry. With first-class equipment our work and our..methods are sanitary and up-to-date. Leave Bundles at McLepd's Restaurant LORBEER BROS Tomorrow and evry Sunday we serve an extra tine CHICKEN DINNER We serve the same menu on Wednesday of each week, and every day a better meal than any country hotel in the valley. Mr Rancher and Familyman— Don't allow your tire to be started at home. Visit us and get the habit. Hotel Yendome J. J. FITZGERALD, Prop. Announcement All of the complete and expensive stock of Potter's Hardware Store has been purchased by W, L Hurley Who solicits your trade and good will. We will cater to old customers and new ones with the finest line in the valley. Fine Builder's Hardware, Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heaters and Ranges, Gas and Gasolene Stoves. Come and see the Quick Meal Stove. Rubber Hose, Cutlery, Gloves and House Furnishing Goods. Call and Get Acquainted. Hurley' s Hardware COVINA, CAL. COVINA Shoe Repairing (o, Citrus Avenue Having recently installed the latest improved shoo machinery, I am now prepared to do all kinds of shoe repairing- at short notice. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. 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, \ haras, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. Money to Loan +*/ on real estate, privilege to pay $100.00 or multiple thereof at any interest paying date. I buy trust deeds, deed contracts and first mortgages. At Argus oftice afternoons of Tuesdays and Fridays; at hume on Pueute St., except Mondavi and Thursdays. Telephone 3259, OSCAR MIL,L,ER. KERCKHOFFxCUZNER Mill and Lumber Co* Men's sewed half soles Ladies' sowed half solos Ladies' nailed *>0c (OVINA MM HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving. Specially prepared to move pianos : Subtraction. "If ail t'!ii|>l\ hunvl \fri;jll-i toil pounds, what run > "U til! it with to : iuuUi' !; \\c.i;l. ti'\in pounds';" and I'ouiuK-U' Vi<>ok i.f overs- tiling in t':u- Hiio. I "lluvr to )i "Fill it full of 1'KOMl'T SHKVIOK. i'KK'KS KHiHT. iii^ >•!' .ii! Uini!'.. l-'ino \\au~h «,.-k a ,..coaitv. otlke OB Citrus Ave. Covind, (<i. AV,U..I,- ,',;.' U.:^l>.:^U.-» Phones: Home 148; Sunset 253 COVINA, CAL. I THINK I have a nice line of HAIR BRUSHES Look them over and let me know what YOU THINK W. W. NASH Rreseriptiom Druggist

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