Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 12, 1908 · Page 5
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{ local Events, *£,=— -_-_.(V,-iSagp*v..--.— --—==:- SCHOOL SUPPLIES at Clapp's. Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Whitsel return- eel last Monday from Cntalina. Mr. P. Kfillt is spending n month at Paso Rubles. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rumsey roturnerl on Tuesday from Beaumont. The Misses Blanche and Grace Boots are spending the week at Cata- litia and Long Beach. Mrs. Herskovit-3 of Los Angeles was the guest of her friend, Mrs. H. M. Houser, on Tuesday last. Mr. J. Ruble was the guest from Saturday to Tuesday of Dr. J. M. Radebaugh of Pasadena. Mrs. Roff of Los Angeles was the guest several days this week of her sister, Mrs. P. L. XHSII. Floyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brubaker, has been ill for about two weeks, threatened with typhoid fever. Mr. Cbas. A. Price, of Stockton, formerly of Covina, is visiting old friends here. Miss Anna Boots returned on Tuesday from a ten days' outing at Long Beaoh. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grouse are moving into the Ashcr house on San Bernardino road. Mrs. H. M. Houser and daughters have returned from Catalina. The Misses Houser are visiting friends at Long Beach. For Sale —Nine shares of Covina Irrigating Company stock. Apply to the secretary, B. P. Edwards, or P. L. Nash. Mrs. H. Crouse returned on Sunday evening from Ontario where she spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Stiii es. Mrs. U. G. Kriug and children returned last Saturday from Beau- inout, where they spent n few days visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aschenbrenner are visiting old friends and relatives at Hubbard, Iowa, and expect to be away until the end of October. Walter Nelson, the twelve-year-old son of Mr. and Mra. G. Nelson, has been seriously ill this week witb inflammatory rheumatism. "».. -';'*• - -*..'•.•. - ->>..... -V •':- • •••: --If Mrs. If. J. Boylanc and daughter of Perry, Oklahoma, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hulce, and will make an extended visit here. For Sale—Nine shares of Covina Irrigating Company stock. Apply to the secretary, B. F. Edwards, or P. L. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. (!. Nelson were called to Los Angeles this week on account of the severe illness of the former's brother. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Flory of Pasadena and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Neher and daughter of Inclewood were guests last Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Boots. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Broadwell were among Covina people who saw the "College Widow" on Wednesday evening in Los Angeles. The Misses Julia and Kitty Bashor of Kelseyville, arrived this week to spend the winter witb their sister, Mrs. Oscar Miller, and attend school here. Miss Knima Odell entertained on Tuesday evening wir.h a pleasant little supper party, her guests being the Misses Brtm.jn.s, DundHS, Delancey, MoVnl and Mines. JJauierel and Leech. Hal Larabee, who won many warm friends during his long stay in Co vina, has accepted a position as tutor to the HOD and daughter of a wealthy Han Diego family. During the past week h« spent several days HI- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jl. M. Hniiser and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Reynolds mid family returned from tbeir northern trip at 11 o'clock on Thursday evening. They made the trip to Stockton and Vjack in thfeir four cylinder "Great Smith" touring cur without the slightt-ht mishap of any kind, climbing the .steep grades with tl;e greatest ease. While away they visited many points .,f interest aloiij.' the ci.ast. Mrs. B. M. (iivi-'.i entertained on Thursday with a i]aii:;v Inm-hei n in huimr «f .Nii^s Aii'li ••'..-- I New York, the hoii'-e yui-t '-r Mi si l.inn.a Ha.-, ts i. i San Din.as. D.iiij'v i.;;sl u: iui;,.- gract-'i the MI!.!K u!,:r;. ylt-aii.t-d .litii silver airl cut ;_'!.is-. .'. iicr liih.-hri.n the gMf-.-ts pitied 'lie rim*- si.:-ially •Alih fjiir-.y thimiili-s. i h>- g:i(;nl.s included Mn.tfc. H-JT, <,i> .'..<•' 1> 1, Atwood, Scott, ami ti.e Min-e.- Hhivk.i and Audi''.us. Guaranteed piano tuning. L. F>. I Sheets, Pomona, tf. SCHOOL BOOKS FOR CASH nt CIapp'8. Mrs. Win. Thorne and sou returned on Wednesday evening from Santa i Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hnzznrd of VVhittier were guests last Monday of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Thorpe. Dr. and Mrs. (loodell and their son Clay returned Monday night from a few days' outini? at CataHrm Island. Mr. ami Mrs. B. K. Hesaeltine spent Labor day as the guesta of Judge and Mrs. Uarrett of Pomona. Visiting Miss Ruth Finley Sunday were Miss Dutwiler, Messrs. Dutwiler, Brandt and Farver from Los Angeles. Robert Headley left on Tuesday last for Cataliua with an eastern friend. E. E. Cope, at present of. Los Angeles. Misa Cutler of Cedar Falls, Iowa, who is the house guest, of Mrs. ti. Howlaud, is visiting an aunt at Long Beach. Mrs. D. F. Downes left on Saturday morning via the Salt Lake for Boston, where she will pay an extended visit. Mrs. J. L. Berry and little daughter spent, this week at, the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey. For Sale— Nine shares of Covina Irrigating Company stock. Apply to the secretary, B. F. Edwards, or P. L. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wilson and little son left on Wednesday tor a vacation at San Diego and later at Cataliua. As school books ate sold at very little profit, kindly send or bring the muney for the children's books. C. F. Clapp. Miss Grace Overholtzer Las entered the Southern California Business College end expects to graduate from that institution of learning. The Misses Esther and Lura Adams of Riverside left for home on Thursday after spending a few pleasant days at the home of Mrs. E. P. Warner. Clarence Wetherby of Lathrop, near Stockton, who Las been spending a week with his old chum, Roy Blaucbard, returned home on Saturday last. ^ Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. Vincent and family, witb a party of friends, spent an entire day Sunday at Balboa beach, where the boating and bathing were thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Am-lemiro and i children, who have been spending the past three weeks in Covina visiting relatives, left on Thursday for their home in Chicago. OUR AOENT5: Warner, Wiibel & (o. Brown & Botifi Pomona Sanitary Laundry Otto Snycler, who has been spending the past week at the home of his father-in-law, Wm. Overholtx.er, left Wednesday for Coacbella, where lit j in engaged in ranching. I Professor H. J. Harnly, president of McPherson College, Kansas, attended the Sunday-school convention at the Brethren Chuich on last Saturday. Mr. Tripp of Los Angeles, the architect, who is building the Collins residence, and Mr. Herbert ! Collins were guests on Thursday of | Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins. Harvey Thorpe, youngest brother of Ben F. Thorpe, who is about to enter on his last year at Rush Medical College, Chicago, is spending a mont.h's vacation at his brother's home. Mrs. F. A. FitzGerald returned Sunday from the East and is the guest of Mrs. Philleo. She was much prostrated by the long trip and sad homecoming, but is now a little stronger. Fran/ and Carl Dalin arrived on Saturday from their borne at Ashta bula, Ohio, accompanied by their .cousin, Miss Anderson. They are I glad to be back in California and will be followed shortly by their parents. Mr. ('has. Thorne, an instruct) r at the Los Angeles Polytechnic High School, returned on Wednesday evening from Cornell University, where he has been taking a pofit graduate course in sloyd and manual train in).'. Our fiiend, Pert Het-Heltiiie, is feeling very haj.py and equally im- |.hti.ni ihe-edays, ho he hopes his CUB' mi.ei s will excuse any chance H!I!> ).»• n.a\ l.aj.fcn to mak<-. The r< a-' n !• r t;i.-, unwanted e.'.citciuei,', iiSL'i. l.( i-- ejecting his parents, .\!r. :.i, 1 Mis. i;. K. llesseltiiic, and, !i\>- i > th> i- anil cistern, who will ~.\i'-]i I the '.'• inter in Covina and lo cut"- .'it-it- it li,e> find it e.'jiiiil to hi-> (_'!(..'• i ii^ dt.ii ; ijjt h.iiij. Mr. He^ei tine Sr. in h j rosj ricus la; infer of Alu.a, N. I. Mrs. Capron and daughter Mnr- jorie p.re spending the week with Mrs. H. F. Cook and family. Mines. I. I. Cook, Capron and Clapp and the Misses Abbie Cook and Caprou returned last Tuesday from Coronado. NOTICE—All desiring fo pay accounts due C. W. Potter may leave the same with S. S. Aschenbroimer at the Hurle yhardware. C. W. Potter. Miss Lilian Douglass entertained on Friday afternoon with a dainty nl fresco tea, her guests being Mines. Capron and Simpson and the Misses "Hastings, Devendorf, (Jail, Capron, Widuoy, Elliott, Byrd, Vic and Amu Reynolds. T. E. Finch, manager of the San Gabriel Milling Company, left yesterday on a combined business and pleasure trip through the San Joaquin Valley. Ho was accompanied as far as Merced by his son Thomas, who will enter the watchmaking and silversmith school in that, city. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Georye Smith, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of tile estate of George Smith, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, Vo exhibit the same with necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of A. M. Pence, 7 and 8 Reed Building, in the City of Covina, California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of said estate. Dated this 4th day of August, l'»08. A. G. Smith, Administrator. A. M. Pence, attorney for said estate. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property! Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches! CAM, AND LIST YOUK PKOPKKTY Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Blk. COVINA, CAL. Call and Sec Us If you need anything 1 in the HARNESS line and we will give the best goods at the lowest price. Satisfaction guaranteed. Co\/Ina Harness & Saddlery Co. Phone Home 1170 James Corbett General IBlaclcsmitning AH kinds of general and heavy We manufacture Ridkers, Orange Rackb and Liox Presses horseshoeing a Specialty Home Phone t>3 Shop WeM Bfldillo St. Csvina TIIK NKW IRambler /\Mtomofc>ile liettt-r than ever. He:ttor than any, regardless of price. \Vc can ":>l.o\v yon." Sec local agent or W. B. COWAN H'iO H. liroadway, I<os A ngt:li:a Agent for Southern California T RECEIVED .A n'r'.v anfl njj-1 o (!;i t<- ->ii|<;jly of and Folders tor , o.ir phot ,-.. jfi' •'-> 'I ill I U^ -,C|/t.-n r»er. C. W, Tucker's Studio KODAK.-I ...'.'J' >, r 'i'i'i,[Ks \jt\dM^r^^=^ ^ ^^raBTl ,'iwxa '•MMJWjPfj&JBt. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. \Vnnt 84(K)0 bnildtiiK lonn for liliuik. Inti'ivst monthly. K. Box 8, Covitin. O" Hnir Fnod and "8agono" Pilo Knlvo arc homo jirmlndts, imulo in Ci.ivinii. (Jot, tlioni nt Nnali's. fiOc. Wnntod- —A Vdutig girl to lonrn millinory business. iMra. Mnry Loobriok. Place y<nir .spare ca.sh it) the Covuin Valley SHviiiRs Hank, n safe investment at •! per eent. "SaReuo" Flnir Food ia miulo tn mnke hnir vigorous. Got a bottle at Nash 's clnif? store, SOo. Lumber wiigon, fl ',| ineh. Also carriage. Both iu good condition. Phone Hint). !)-!!) For Sale — Fivo year old .loreey cow, price 810. K. .10. Leech, Irwindale. Phune 210(i. White Leghorn 01 setting, 8li |ier 100. H. R Ward, Charter Oak. Phone I'-Jfil. tf You make no mistake) iu "Hagcne" for falling hair and dandruff. At Nash's, (j()c, por bottle. Buggies rctiaiiilcd and rovarniHhcd from 85.00 up. Kurroyn $(i. 00 up. Autos SI0.00 up. <!. W. Marsh. Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. Alary B. f!ray, first house cast of Wilson's paint shop, K Badillo street, tf To Rent, .Six room house, corner of Azusit and Cypress avenues. Kent 812.50 to right, party. Apply to D. S. Foster, Covina. 9-12 We want, to buy good Jersey ROWS. Must bo fresh inilcih cows and iirgood condition. Address box 81, Covina, or call Homo phono 2119. 0 2(ip For Sale One pair of horses, weight 2,700. C!ood double harness and wagon. Price reasonable. A. K. Zug, Phono 10M. Do you want to sell that grove? List it with Jerome Reynolds and see what he can do with it. Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Block. Wanted—Situation by experienced nurse, references given. Confinement, cases a specialty, charges reasonable. Inquire at Mrs. W. A. Lay- roan's, Third and Dud i Ho streets. Por Sale Handsome driving mnro, blood bay, (! years old, absolutely safe for ladies to drive. Have no use for her and will sell cheap. .10. Ii. Jeffrey, Ax.nsa. Phone K10. 0-1!) I will sell cheap now furniture, chairs, tables, couch, ;l.\12 fine rug, linoleum, china closet, chifl'onii r, fine electric battery, family vibrator, etc. Call at room fj, over First, National Bank, Covina. Kit/(Herald it Barry of Pasadena loan money on ranches and improved real estate at lowest current ral.es. Write or telephone them at Pasadena or call up J. W. Prentiss, Covina phone 21!!4, and ask to have a rcpr« scritative of the firm call on you. tf For Kale '.} lots on Ccnttr HI,., west, 87HO eiicli; easy terms. Choice lots on Navilla Kt,,, BO'Jft ;ca.H.y terms; three beautiful lots on Badillo street, ?<>00 each. >1 room house arid three large lots, 82200. fiood (i-room house mid lot 00xl7">, fruiI, of all kindn, good locality; price 811)00. (i room furnished house to let for four months at low rental. Houses of all si/es for Hale, Lint your property with us. COVINA KKALTY CO., Clark A, Cement Work Alt Kinds. 1 have in my yards in the rear of the Covina Irrigating Company, Kasl. College street, cement, irrigation pipe nl all hi/.es ready for instant dcliv i>i y. Let me furnish you i-st imai' j H 'on all cement curbs and sidewalks, ! foundations, etc LOIIK year-t of ex I pericnce in laying ccnu-nl. iriig.it ion i pipe. Von can havtt money by seeing 1 use. .IAMCS IJONHAM,- !]'. O. box :;i 1. Vaids, I-;, (,'ollege St., (.'ovina. .School Mats. i ; .Mr.-. Mary Leel.iick, milliner, an ii'.unces that >iti(: has a large ast-orl jnent of school hats, suitable, for cliildii'O ',f all ai/es. ('all and ini»ke yoiii selection l.i toie they aid [,icke(| ow-i. Her (iiliid lii,i- of tiimmed and Huriiiiier hatr. d no.v I.eii/g t-.ac rifli'i'd to mi.ke M.I.in i ,i tlii- I'uge s'ock of tall and . iniii n.illiniiy no'.v f-n lonte. It \ ,ii ;n (•'! a hai M,A l^ .your oj.j.oi tunity to -en,;e • •ni: at. i i ••-.•*, thai. Ij.ilf ll.e legujar J.I K'e. * * THE * * W Covina Peoples Store (iNC'nM'OKATKI)) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We cannot toll you where to get your VVKT GOODS, Hut we do know where yon can gel your DRY (1OODS. * * * * * * * * We have just received a new shipment ot Wash Goods suitable, for boys' and girls' school wear, from 7c to 25c a yard Our new line of Outing Flannels arc the best we have ever shown for llie money. Thcv come in plain colors, stripes, checks and plaids, light and ^ dark, from 5c to I5c a yard * * * Ik gCHOOL DAYS, SCHOOL DAYS ^^ Arc )'O(JK children prepared for school days? / . IJ/, and ftin supply them ->i<tt/i t'i>cr\'t/iiii^ //try need in their school ~vork. A SUGGESTION \\'h\< not make <i list of their -;i><i>i/s, .sv'^v/, ami Icarc it'it/i me to put n fi, a ml tints avoid a -.unit diiriiiif the School Hook I\nsh) ne\t -vcck. Do You Pay Your Bills By Check? And thus have a record of each and every amount expended together with a receipt for the money paid? If not, you need a checking 1 account witli this bank. It is the most convenient and satisfactory method of transacting 1 business payments. We will In- pleased to have you make, this bank your place of deposit. The Covina National Bank BRASS FOUNDRY and MAdll SHOP MANUFACTURERS or GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly (Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Reitterns I ,-,< i mat/--, I nrni -,h<;<l, THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. nhop a n(l < »(lii <• 'ippoii i>: '•>. i'. I'''|(/t I Ionic 1 'iionc '!'•'> I'ovin.i, (',il. BEN F. THORPE CI ;MI-NT CONTRACTOR CHMHNT IRRKjAIING PIPE A 11 -,!/!•, i a rrt'-'l ill ,!'): !•;. K.-infor< >:il (.'oil' ret*.: J jiiiidiu:.? - a Specialty Y.ii<!, ','','-•-,' i , |;j, -,-. A vi-iinc 'IV!'-j,l;',ue to.',7

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