Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 19, 1908 · Page 5
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C -__i. L - . , >^- VJ^ -^^^^^i^gW i — r local Events, r ^^srv—^^^^-— ~ Mrs. A. Neil and two youngest sons nre guests of relatives at San Jose. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Eaatou and family have removed to Los Angeles. Mrs. Edna Leighton left on Thursday evening to pay a long visit Fresno. in Miss Ethel Fensom of Los Angeles was the guest several days this week of Miss Crete King. Miss Wadsworth of Pasadena is the guest for a week of her college friend, Miss Lilian Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Headley are spending a few days at Cataliua. Miss Josie Roaenthal of Los Angeles is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. J. Cline. Mrs. D. E. Huff of Long Beach was in Coviua ou Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Followell and Willie returned Beaumont. Miss Martha Sell spent Sunday visiting Potnono friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Larlck spent ] Saturday evening and Sunday visiting friends in Pomona. The Misses May and Matt.ie Trout were visiting with friends in Pomona this week. List, your ranch and city property with JeroniH Keynolds, ofllce with A. M. Pence, Reed block. Put in a cement pipe line. Now is the time. Ben F. Thorpe is the man. Telephone 4037. Mrs. Jos. Wynth of Los Angeles is the week end guest of her son, Will Wyetb, and wife. sou on Thursday from Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jackman have moved into the Prather cottage ou First street, near Italia. Matt Chilton, Will Houston and son Carl and John Loope have left on a ten days' camping trip in the San Gabriel canyon. Mrs. C. F. W. Palmer and two children were guests this week at the homes of the former's E. and Otis Dudderar. brothers, F. Mrs. Elson Thomas and children of Jnglewood have been visiting at the home of her brother, J. W. Keefer, for the past two weeks. For Sale—Nine- shares of Covina Irrigating Company stock. Apply F. Edwards, or OUR AttflTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry to the secretary, B. P. L. Nash. Wednesday, September 23, is the last day for registration. If you are _ not registered on that date you cannot vote at the forthcoming Presidential election. Dr. and the Misses Ilerron and Mr. and Mrs. Crook, Miss Sarah and Balph Crook returned OD Tuesday from a pleasant vacation spent at beautiful La Jolla. The Misses Evelyn Fletcher and ' Vyvyenne Faulder and Mr. Ralph Crook were guests on Thursday evening at a umsioale given by Mrs. G. Platt of Man Dimas in honor of her niece, Miss Madge of Canada. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood entertained at dinner on Wednesday evening, their guests being Mr. and Mrs. B, M. Given and sou Allison, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Griswold and Miss Adah Waye. The Junior Endeavor Societv of the Presbyterian Church enjoyed a most delightful evening at the home of Mrs. S. E. Walton last Wednesday, from 7 to 0. Games were played and refreshments of strawberries, ice cream, cake and candy were served. Covina citizens who are interested in the formation of a local lodge of the Knights of Pythias are requested to communicate with Mr. S. Blum of Cypress avenue. Mr. Blum informs the Argus that there are nearly thirty members of the order in this neighborhood. Miss Marie Preston, the youngest daughter of Mrs. J. S. Tripp of this city, left this week on an extended tour of the East. She goes direct to Kansas City and from there to the former home of the family at Janesville, Wis. Before her return she will visit Chicago, Boston, New York and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Kornblum of Los Angeles were the guests Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. S. Blum of Cypress avenue. Mr. Kornblum is a wealthy capitalist and president of the Berlin Dye Works. He ia much pleased with Covina as a place of residence and expects at o future date to purchase one of our world-famed orange groves. Virgil Benjamin Bonham, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bonham of Covina, was united in marriage last Thursday evening to Miss Kdua Lu- Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Allen of -lollywood are week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bemis. Mrs. Tina Lorraine of Arizona is isiting at the home of her brother, Mr. Robert Edgar. Harvey Thorpe and his friend Ray owen, are guests at the nome of the former's brother, Dr. Lewis Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kleier left this week for a six weeks' visit with relatives at Cedar Falls, la. L. E. Sheets, 200 East Second street, Pomona, factory agent Adum Schaaf pianos. Piano tuning guaranteed, tf Mr, and Mrs. Phil Clapp are spending a month at Coviua and are rooming at the King house on East College street. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce of Pasadena, the latter being a sister of Mrs. Clifford, are staying at the Raymond house. Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Thorpe of Los Angeles are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Thorpe since the former's return from New York. The residents of Cypress avenue, west of Aznsa avenue, are rejoicing that they are now included in the rural fie* delivery. Mrs. H. F. Cook left on Wednesday for San Francisco, where she will spend a month as the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Stearns. Wm. Wood, horticultural inspector of the Whittier district, spent Thursday in Covina in consultation with Commissioner Bemis. The C. E. Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold their quarterly social gathering in' the social hall this evening. Mrs. J. S. Eokles returned Wednesday from Redondo, where she has been the guest of her sou, A. J. Eokles. Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls and sons of Irwiudale were lunchuon guests on Saturday last of Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stevens. Little Miss Mabel Chemberien returned last Saturday from Long Beach, where she bad spent a week's vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Hugh Ketcherside. Notica—Members of the Monday Afternoon Club can now get their copies of next year's program at Clapp's drug store. By order, Anna Herron, president. Mrs. Carrie Blackmail and daughter, Mrs. Jessie HildebranJ of Los Angeles, were guests last Sunday of the former's brother-in-law, C. E. Blackmail and family. Mrs. H. M. Faulder has returned from a week's vacation at Alpine Tavern, Mt. Lowe. During her absence Miss Vyvyenne Faulder has presided at the library. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Simpson of Irwiudale will shortly build a hand some residence on their ranch prop erty, the southwest corner of Cypress ai.d Azusa avenues. They also own the ranch on the northeast corner. The Christian Endeavor Society of Etfwirds & Wildey (o. "U Pays to See Us" Real Estate C 0 V I N A ORANGE AND LEMON LANDS A SPECIALTY D, W. MacDonald, Resident Agent Residence \'- 2 blocks south of car line on Barranca. Phone 1259 The C.W.B.M. will hold nn open session ThursdRy evening. An interesting program will be given, followed by n social hour. Church of the Brethren : Sunday- school 10 a.m. Sermons at 11 n.ni. and 7:30 p.m. Christian Workers' meeting at 6:45 p m. Prayer-meeting each Wednesday evening at 7 :30 p. m. Everyone welcome. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity—Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity: Mornming Prayer 11, a. m. ; .subject, "Tho Love of the Trinity." Evnnsong 7 :30 p.m. ; subject, "An Answer to the question, 'Why Am I Here?' " Offertory anthem by the choir. Christian Church: Sunday-school 9:45. Preaching at 11 by the pastor; subject, "The Canker of Discontent.' 1 Junior 3 Cndenvor 6:45. o'clock. Senior Preaching 7:45; ubjeot, "Through the Gates into the Celestial City," the last of the series it sermons to young people from Pilgrim's Progress, There will bo an anthem by the ohoir. All are cordially invited. Subjects for next week at the gospel tent meetings are as follows: Sunday night. "Tho Home of the Saved"; Monday night, "The Com- ng of the Lord;" Tuesday night, 'Will Chris); Come in This Generation?"; Wednesday night, "The Hour of His Judgment is Come"; Thursday night. "The Sanctuary"; Friday night, "The Judgment Now n Session." Presbyterian announcements: Sunday-school 9 :45 a.m. Preaching by pastor 11 a.m. ; Subject, "A Wider Vision." Jianior 1:30. Y.P.S.C.E. 6:45 Gospel service, 7 :45; subject, 'Not What Man Has, But What fi« [s. " Prayer-meeting Thursday, 7 :45; topic, "TbainkBgiving and Courage.' Music for the day: Morning: Quartet, "Rock of Ages"; offertory solo, "Forever with the Lord." Evening: quarrot, "Refuge"; duet, Mines. Stevens and Whitsel, "They Shall Hunger No More." All strangers and friends welcome. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. The this term with School Enrollment. Covina High School 117 scholars operific on th enrollment. The grammar school has an attendance of 323 scholars, which is ao increase of thirty scholars over last year's figures. ,os Angeles office, 132 LaiiKhlin Bltlg. Exchanges made for you of all kinds. . B.— If you want quick results ist your property with MacDonald. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAl.I. AND I<1 ST V'OUK I'KOl'KKTV Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Hlk. COVINA, CAT,. THE Covina Peoples Store (iNCORl'OHATUn) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY TI1K PLACIC TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS Remnants Remnants Remnants We hrivc {fotie over our stock and find we have a great trump short ends, which we have placed on the remnant table and which you will find very suitable for this time ol the year. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS The Nybo Studio 841';. A/,usii Avc., Azusa, Cal. TREE! Six postal cards to each person sitting- for a dozen of our $5 cabinet jnotojfrapns, now reduced to $3.00 luring September and October. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Want $1000 building loan for business block. luteruat monthly, K. Box 8, Covina. 'Sageno" Hair Food and "Sagono" Pile Salvo are homo products, made In Covina. Gefc thorn at Nash's, 50c. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at i per cent. ,,"Sagene" Hair Food is made to make hair vigorous. Get a bottle at Nasb's drug store, 50o. There is a Play-Time. As Well as a Work-Time. Tht "Groit'hig-Upi" muni tierclie th* muiclei along n'lth the ederclie of brain, H they tflll detielop Into *>»!! rounded men and H'otnen. Sporting Goods For Play-Time. I hai)e Juit received a n**> lint of Sporting Gaodi that It up-to-date and adapted to any pooketbook. Ilatle a look at my H>indon> n>lth th* youngnttr* the coming Kieek. % inch. Also good condition. 0-19 Lumber wagon, carriage. Both in Phone 1096. Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs oi sotting, SU per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 1201. tf Buggies repainted and revarnibhed from 85.00 up. Surreys 8<l. 00 up. Autos 810.00 up. O. W. Marsh. Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. Mary B. Cray, first house east of Wilson's paint shop, E, Badillo street. tf Kent- Specials at Hiss Reckard's nillinery Store. Straw hats at less than half price, good for school hats. 15 (Hll'ercnt shades of stiff ribbons, good for the hair, at 15c and 25c. per yard. A carefully selected lino of braids for the ladies of the Thin Jap silk, bought especially for auto veils. Brethren Church. 27 inohcH wide. the Christian Church bold a enjoyable social in the hiuniethiill of the church last evening, at which it large- number of Kndeavorera and their friends wore present. A program WBH rendered and a watermelon feast enjoyed. The bursting of a nix inch water main on West Budilln street this week, caused the lowii to go without water at times ai '1 inade some inconvenience. The water company repaired the main a« quick- cille Kiu.tti oi Kelma. The couple : '>' H « foible HIM! th.- ByM-m in work- will reside in Helma, which iu about >»« »" r '^ llt »«'»'»• ten miies from Krehno city. The young nian has many mends here, where hn once lived. Mr. hoht. Coulter of this city has jii.st exchanged Canadian properly for 1ft ariis of onuses in the Jihvr- view tract, i;i\i-rsidu. .Mr. (.'i.uiti-r aheadv owns a ^love in Ariii.(-'('.n Height.-, Ui\ ei-iide. and one in (Jo \ina, and has found it ntces-ary ;>. resign his p.^itinii as n.anagi r of the (-.\lt-nsii\»: holdin^M of Mr. (u.c.'iuin (ju K. i'liente -itite! in older that Lk njiiy d.-vole ni-> eniiie attention to hiio-vi; iiitereite. lit will icside on iji^ ('uviua iuni-.n. Covina Realty. Kino new 8 room residence, nil •lodern conveniences, surrounded by orange trees, 8 1,000. Two UitH on Uadillo H| reel, between •1th ad Mil. liiu- view, Hi reel work till iu ; each, t'.MXJ. Lots on Center utreel, east of 4th, cheap, (i room modern house, lot 50 xl7fj, barn, etc., 815,000. 8 room house, lot 50x105, fruit trees, price 82000. Cheap lots on f/rihwold tract- Money to loan. COVINA KKALTY CO. Walnut (irowera Rx Prices. For Kent—Five room cottage on West Cypress avenue, water in house and all modern convonienccH. Address B. Miller, Phone HUH8. tf I will buy a good driving horse, one which will drive Mingle or double. AddroHH I). W. MacDonuld, Covina phone 125!). We want to buy good Jersey cown. Must be fresh milch COWH mid in good condition. Address biix 81, Covina, or call Home phone 2119. it 2<ip For Hale Nine shares of (Jovina Irrigating Company Htr/ck. Apply to the secretary, B. F. Kilwardn, or I'. L. NaHh. Wanted -I'oHition by mnrrled man on ranch. Long experience, teaming and orange work a npccialty. II. II. I'aicell, lock box n;il. '> li'-Hip For Sain Mnt-.'-iit grapnH for table, drying and canning, dclivi-re.d in hox lotH. Phone 5220, (Jlc ndoia. I. I!. Net/ley. Wanted HilM«ti"n 1/y r-xpf)rif:ncc<| nurho, refei'e.nci'H given. (^onllno- inent ctiseH a Hpecialty, chargeh rea Ho/iablc. J/n|uirc at MrH, W. A. Lay man'n, Third and Itadillo utri-clH. For Sale lland'-.otnri driving man-, 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 account with Ihia bank. It is the most convenient and satisfactory method of transacting business payments. We will be pleased to have you make this bank your place of deposit. The Covina National Bank BRASS mm in MAQII SHOP MANUfACTURERS or In hoin.r of Mrs. It. J. Clizbe, who leaves on'Tuesday for the KaM, Mr.s. Lmii-> Harria enlei taincd with an elegantly appointed lunchi" n on Thuinday. The gufeHtH included, )»: bidf-H tlie guest of honor, and her mr.tl.er, -Mrs. .McCoy, Mi:.cr. FlH • <•!,<•;, W. H. Coliinfe. Kci.:kboff, and M leb 1 Jundas. tt.j.- ! blood bay, ( \ yearn old, nbHoliiN-ly Association prices on the season's Hil f ( . f ()I . j il( lii-H to drive. Have no use Farmers' Club. The Farinci-,' Club will afternoon at 2 :',i'i }.. n.. in ill tii. crop of wulnu's were li>.<-d at a meeting of the Walnut '.rower*' .\nhocin- tion of Southern Caliiornia at LOH Angeles as follows : Softfehell -No. 1, '-'•_• i-i-.iilu; No. •1, H ',. (tenth; liitidhhell No. 1, 1:4 centc: N'o. i!, h centn. The discount to the trade is I • . rt.-i,>i J •>•>' j-ound. The'-e j,i K.--> aie - i-eni-, ).-'..- t han la-.t «ea -' n, ai.d t h>- i ;/./<: i.e I '..I'l-h L' I: ' : '< • )••' J cent, u.t.i e. Tf.ij u.i ( t.jni! '.'.;.•-. an ' i; 1 t, u.-.i.i-il if. (;!;.!, a- li.tj (-'i <• v.ei •> at'ei,il; j.|.' ,i 11 f'-.-l iu f.v.d rj.n II- ' .' i |.: •---.).• '•:.-. Uli^'iit. U.J-, s.-a.-on ;/i.-, i. ( A l.i-ei, l.-.ei.vi n,.;, ;.i.<j 1 1.1 ci'.[, ;-. g • d. tin li(-r and will n-ll Jeffrey, Axn.'-.a. f'ii cheap. I 1 '.. K. ,ne !,'!<;, '.I-I'.I I,out !• liOH(:(!l',ii;!i nf fi<,-.t ..n tv.een .-.'. y. e-.l. c,i ' Ian heloii^iri« to W. S. l'i,-.i, \', hii tier. Has name j ! . I )l • 'i.|;i-i| pKihithly lie 11 ]i , '- and .1 iJiien'M ram'h .. ii.a. I i udei ret urn t.<) e 1.,. i; I . '; ii v • i I'v-adena - .;,.-! J111 |.I ' i \ 1 i-l. in-lit, rat en. till ...v ,ne I 1.1 i.. at. l',i-,adena GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work /V\eide> THE KELLAR- THOMASON MFG. CO. Sliop ami Uffii:c opposite S. I'. U.-ji/t lloiiK.- I'ljonc 2>V) Coviwu, C.itl. J. V. J'l i,!..) a.-K I•:..- |;MI. - ; , Ci;\ina a i' | i «i '.'.... tt BEN E THORPE CliMfiNJ CONTRACK^R .'.],iijii f .u.i nrer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE A !! '.i/.i"> t ai rii'fl i n stock . KYiuJo/v.-il <!<-jji ri-ti- Jiiu](lini|^ a Specialty -:id ; '.'.'. -.t I'.^r.--.-, AviMi'.' 'i' 1 l''l.!;"i.e !'-

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