Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 19, 1908 · Page 3
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"A GOVINA FURNITURE GO SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF .FURNITURE or FLOOR COVERINGS W. Q. CUSTER, Manager Yoseir.lte Valley. Yosemitc Valley is now reached daily after short and pleasant trip via Southern Pacific to Merced. Yoscmito Valley Railroad and 12 miles stage ride. Information may be had al Southern Pacific office. 4 1, PROGRAM FOR LADIES' CLUB Work for the Coming Club Year is Outlined. The Corlna Monday Afternoon Club will hold its first meeting after the summer vacation on the fifth of October. The yearly program books for the club were issued from the Argus press this week. Following is the entire program lor the forthcoming club year: October 5th. President's Day. Tenth Birthday of Club. President's Address. Music. Club Tea. Hostesses: Mrs. \V. M. Oriswold, Miss Herron, Miss Lemonds, Mrs. L. L. Ratekin, Mrs. A. P. KerckhofT, Mrs. B. M. Given, Mrs. \Vm. Crook. October 10th (Saturday). Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. E. G. Prather, Mra. C. E. Crawford, Mrs. P. G. Stevens, Mrs. J. M. Whitscl, Mrs. ,T, H. Matthews. October 19th. Travel. Music. Miss L. L. Lu minis. October 26th. Civic Section. Becnption to Gentlemen. Music. Lecture, Mrs. Rodman. Hostesses: Mrs. K. U. Smith, Mrs. C. F. Clapji, MIHS Maude Edwards, Miss Mabel Hastings, Miss Mamie Cook, Miss Lilian Douglass, Miss Rea Elliott, Miss Lucy Matthews. November 2d. The Philippine Islands; Mrs. G-eo. Aochenbrenner. November 7th (Saturday). Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. E. P. Warner, Mrs. G. D, Jennings, Mrs. C. S. Leightou, Mrs. J. R, Elliott. November 16th. Travel. India. Muwie. November 23d. Education— Arts and Crafts. November 30th. Street Cleaning D;iy. Under tho auspices of tin; Civic Section Mrs. S. S. Aschenhrcnnur, Chairman. December 7th. Music. The Trained Nurse in the Public School. Mins L. A. Douglass. December 12th (Saturday). Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. C. Aschenbrennc-r Mrs. II. Cushmun, Mrs. J. Heath, Mrs G. W. Conley. January 4th. Current Events, Mrs. Gage. Book Review, Miss Hastings. January 9th (Saturday). Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. Alice Burpee, Mrs G. N. Atwood, Mrs. S. H. Aschfiibren tier, Mrs. Louin Harris. January 18th. Edgar Allan I'oc, Miss ( laru D;ivis. Readings ('nun I'nc's Work, .Miss Luc-llii Kidicrts. January 25th. Mil-:ir. fiinls cit' Our Sci'tioM. Mrs. K'. < ). Sini|iscin. February 1st. Union Meeting with tin- r'unii'-M ' Chili Tn i- Plant ing I <;< \ . Mr--, (i. N. At vv'ioil, ' l.:iii in.'in. February 6th (Saturday). Uiiiisi-liold Iv-iiMuiiiir-. l[«istcs>i'«: Mi^. A. Siii'Mii-r, Mrs. ' ' V.'. I'uUrr, Mr.-. K<.-:i I ;;ilk. Ml-,. M • ! tcr. February loth. I; •.-.•[. rion t-. i "iii:.!n-i: ••! i i .t> M.-riiln-r- Ml-. U. M. !.:>.!. February 21id. < ,,; ,..,:.•,. i,,.-. Mi-. K. M. \> :.j;.--. March 1st. Keciprocity Day. Hostesses: Mrs, R. O. Simpsoii, Mrs. Onnis, Mr*. F. .1. ('line, Mrs. J. O. Touser, Miss Emma b. Hawks, Mrs. Vlfred .[-lotcher. March 6th (Saturday). Household Economies. IFostesses: Mrs. J. IF. Coolman. Mrs. •\ A. Fit/Gerald, Mrs. (i. \V. Van Vlicl, Mrs. .1. F. Oliavcr. March 15th. Arts anil Crafts. March 22d. Music. Current Events, Mrs. Ratekin. History, Miss Emma L. Hnwks. March 29th. Lecture, Miss Stoddard. April 5th. Music. Travel, Mrs. K. V. Rice. April 10th (Saturday). ' Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. G. VV. Gage, Mrs. ''mery, Mrs. J. N. Wilson, Miss If awes, Miss M. E. Griswold. April 19th. Music. Book Review—Round Table Discussion. Mrs. G. D. Jennings. April 26th. Music. Club Tea. May 3d. Southern Day. Mrs. G. W. Conley. May 8th (Saturday). Household Economics. Hostesses: Mrs. Knnis, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. T. I. Cook, Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. J. L. Matthews. May 17th. Musicale. Mrs. E. P. Warner. May 24th, Election of Officers. Vacation Days are Over. Babies Entertained. What rings so true as a baby's dear laughter, Chrystalliue, silvery, witchingly sweet! The poet must have foreseen the charming gathering which took place last Saturday afternoon from 3 to f> at the home of Mrs. Cieurge W. Van Vliet. Just think! There wore sixteen babies there; babies fat and babies thin, babies dark ami babies fair, babies sober and babies gay, but of course, all of them pretty! The beautiful parlors were gay with pink blossoms and ferns and refreshments were served in the name color scheme. Master Kichard (ioorge Van Vliet, although one of the yoiiLgost, was a dignified hont and the little guests of honor were his couftin, Robert Arthur Crtibbe, and Mies Kathryn Lavina Wirleuer, both of Pomona. The latter was stationed at the door and presented oaoli little guest with a dainty pink ruHebiid, which was in most oases promptly transferred to the mouth. Kvery- thiug went o(f delightfully, the few faint murmurs being promptly quelled in the usual manner. Pleasant features of tlu; afternoon were the dainty lullabies sung l>y Mrs. Widener, one "The Sandman," buing composed by Prof. Widc-ner and dedicated to his little daughter, wtm also Hang sweetly. Hallle souvenirs were presented to the Hi tie ones. Those present were Mrs. Henderson Heath and Uorris AJce.v, Mrs. Jlax- xan'l and Louis KnmecH, Mrs. Cline and Frederick Kosenihiil, Mrs. W. W. Nash and \Villiam Wiillaei;, .jr., Mr*. Oscar Miller arifl (Jlarieo Vir- ginifi, Mrs. M inter Htanton and Hlvin Heath, Mis. Ueed and James J Jenny, Jr., Mis, Louis Harris find Aluiy Kli/.abeth, Mrs. Lougheed and iJel- phine Carol in*!, Mrs. (;. W. Tucker and Vblora Opal, Mrs. (Jlix.be and Jnujes McCoy, Mis-H Itea Kiliott. and sister Patsy. Those who sent regrets were Mrs. Ar/a (,'rahbo and sun of Los Angeles and Mrs. Austin Peck i and son. j Unbonnoted Imlied wh" n-«iHt<;d the 'hostess were Mrs. Ham Aschenbrenner and ihn Missea i'lthel Harder, iolet Tu"ki.-r and imogbiie Arthur. A little vacation Ja a dangerous thing'. The neck-yoke of labor galls for the first few days after the smell of the sea-kelp or the revivifying 1 atmosphere of the mountains has beeri'experienced, but labor is a great antidote for sorrow and it will pay the debts of the summer's sojourn by the sea or upon the mount—in time. The Lord please help the rich. The poor can work. Back from the pleasures with a light heart and pocket-b ok. Let us then be up and doing, There are jobs for small and great, Still the bashful coin pursuing— I/earn to lay for it and wait. Some there are who will be surprised that the hot weather was so rude as to hang around after vacation days are over. But that's a mean little way hot weather has. La»t week was warm to the point of almost being like summer, don't you think? Not like that at Coronado, or under the tremendous columns of redwood at Monterey. But, without further levity, let us remember that the panic of 1908 is over, that the business after the election of the solid gentleman of Ohio will almost be reactioiial in Ha desire to make up for lost time, and for this reason, conserve energy for the business prosperity of 1909, when the United States will work and profit by it as never before. Business prosperity is hanging: oyer the country like an electrical storm which has been muttering' and thundering about the distant mountain peaks. It is coming'. We are going to get it. It's time for the "long pull and and the strong pull and the pull altogether." Vacations are over for man, woman and child, Business is good with us, and here's hoping 1 your clutch hasn't slipped. They Take The Kinks Out, "t have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for many years, \vith increasing satisfaction. They take the kinks out of stomach, liver and bowels, without ftisH or friction," says N H. Hrow, of Pittsticld, Vt. (-luaranteed satisfactory at C. K. Clapp's drug- store. 25c, Notice to Creditors. restate of Cl. W. Hepner. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of U. W. Hepner. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator of the above named estate, at the law office of Geo. L. Sanders, Room 325 Wilcox Building, Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles. State of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of said estate. Dated this 28th day of March, 1908. Thomas E. Finch, Administrator of aforesaid estate. Gto. L. Sanders, attorney for said administrator. The Green Marshall Company's Talk on Paint. We manufacture almost everything in the paint line and guarantee every article. Prices consistent with the quality of our goods. You will find our selected hard oil finish and pure mixed paints now on sale at C. H. Kistler's paint and wall paper store Phone No. St. KILL THI COUCH AND CURB THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNO TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONET REFUNDED. Q. W. MARSH Practical CARRIAGE AND AUTO Ipainkr Shop opposite PostolTicc COVINA COVINA Shoe Repairing (o, • j Citrus Avenue Having recently installed the latest; improved shoe machinery, I am now prepared to do nil kinds of shoe repniriiiff at short notice. Satisfaction is {guaranteed in every respect. Men's sewed half soles 7-^n: Ladies' sewed half soles M)<: Ladies' nailed ,S()c Horses Injure Two Men. W. 13. Marshall, employed lit Home's grocery store as a delivery- iiiiin, is confined to IIJH homo through being kicked by a ImrMi. Thn accident happened mi (Iniii'l avenue and WHS caused by a pait o' I lie harncHh breaking while yuiiiir down hill, wliirh |>i,sl,ed tin- 1(-:ini until tin; ani mill, staitit:g him tu !< if!', iii(/. Mar Htutll WHH iiouragf'oiiH enuiigh to filing to IIJH hnrwo, and after being dragged fur Hdtni! diHtiiiii'fj, finally thruw thu hdrst; at the Hide of the road. He wan assisted by a naHt-ing icainstffr iHiid K"t. the vvi'ce.kc.d WMgnn mid i frightened ImrHii hmne, but IIHH ni<t bec.ii able tu work f.iiu-e,. 'I'lio hors«: I struck him on the. whin lunui. l)r. .Jennings JH in attendance, mum tlid injured man. Charles Smith, pioprinlor <>f the City Livery StaMe.s, has \n-ftn in Led for the pttht week thruugh an injuiy received from the kick uf a hor.su. Hmith was hlruek in the groin while attempting to catch the fiu.'so in a corral. He had hern nuriouH.'y ill j from the effects aijd it. will bo adini: I time before h<: is aide to atieml to i his duties. JJr. W. 1C. Me.Nair i« | attending him. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of busiiH-ss, Covina, Kowlanr] Township, Cutintv of Los Angclc*, Statir of ('a)ifornia. Notice is ln-reby given that at a meeting of the directors, held on the eighth day of September, \'X>H, an atiH- essment, (No. 4fi) of 5.0 cents per share i was levied upon the capital .stock (as ! increased October 22nd, 1HHI.) of the 'above nanifd corporation, at (lie sec- I ret .1 i"v '•» oflir.e ;i t Oovi na, I '.on nt y of LOH |y\u;;eleh, State of California, i Any slock upon which thin assessment shall remain unpaid on the J.lth j day of October, I'JOU, will be del iiKjiient i and advertised for sale at public auc- I lion, and iinli-ns payiin-ni is made be! f.;re, will be sold on the 2d day of No! vernber, I'mH, at 2 o'clock in tin: after, noon, at the ollice of the company in ' I'ovina, Counts' of Los Augelew, State of C.aliforiiia, to pay the dflin(|Uenl as.ic.Tsiiicnt, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. [ II. J''. KI>WAKJ>S, Secretary. 1 Covitia, <'a!., Si-ptember H, l'»OH. BARBEKS AND SHAVERS ATTENTION U'Hflnesday, .Septf-.tiiber 2:1, is th(: la->t day fur ieyi-.tiatiun. It you are; Kui Hale Nii;u hhare-j of flovina ' nut jegi-,tertd y,y that 'late y-,u can j Ii righting Com[.;iny ntuck. Aj.i-I.V nut \f/ti::-it ihe foi I heotning 1'ie^i ' tu t he re'-relm y, 15. t'. r.iiwardh, '/. Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogdcn Personally Conducted Tourist Excursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the East without change of cars. Through the warmer climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '49, and across Great Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." D. B. SCIIENCK, Agent. Covina Home phone 144 or G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home photic. (>1; Sunset Main 70 Southern Pacific 1,08 Angeles Oflice, (i(K) S. Spring St., corner Sixth Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVIJSTA, CAL. KERCKHOFFxCUZNER Mill and Lumber Co, I'hones: Home I'lH; Sunset 253 COVINA, CAT, H E A L D ' S / I '6 v_V 614 Soutti Grnnil Avitmtfi, !.<>» Annelin, California. Tito ffritntuHl kuHlnOHU trulnlnif iniitUutluii In Lliu HOiiUi. Oj)on (JurliiK Um i-ntlni your. Wrll.ii for lmrtictil.ini. •'• W. I.ACKKY. Magnum-. J, N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike ami best manner in shorter time and a.t a reasonable cost to you. We. also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking of ptireliasinj^ a vehicle osany kind we invite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Shaving •> 'lelii<lit. ('•>•: n S:iti-.«-t Dry H'jiiir. Kour striken ln:f<>rr e.ich -.ii.ivc .ill that oi-i.c->.,,iry to iii->ur'' \n-r- iircl -•vliii',::. M.'iilrd to ;i n V ;i(l(ln-n-> 'HI r«-iriptof prii.«: regular M/I: 11 .'iO; l.i r- -.": si/.',- ".2 IX;. A^i-fil.t p .v;i n'i - <l. ./. '1 <»rowi-, M;iuufa<.Hirers' Agent, O/ lJ.:lt;i HU1;;. , I,-,* A n;;<:li: •,, (:.i lifo/U 1-1. Moving Heaven and Earth And also anything elsr that will move, Tr.itisfcritij.', furniture, pianos, delivering express packages, carrying I'mled States mail, t t|:in^ mil partie-, ID tin- canyons and beaches.. I l.iiilni!.; oranges and all kind , ol heavy teamin; 1 . OKKK !•; Will) WellvKar^o on Citru, Avenue Covina Transfer Company Home 1'hoile Si i Rr-, I'lH,tie I l'/S;

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