Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 26, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, September 26, 1908
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(local £vcnts,1 V)-^^-^^<V-flagrv:--~~:_.--.-.r_:..-W Mrs, I. I. Cook and daughter, Mrs. Caproti, were dinner priests on Wednesday evening of Mrs. 11. F. Cook. Mrs. Strewshury of Redlnnds was the guest several days this week of her friend, Mrs. E. O. Thoniason. Water is precious. Save it all. How? Build n cement pipe line. Ben F. Thorpe. Telephone 4037. Let me sell you your vetch. ?:?.GO a cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Home phone 10ri4. 10-10 . Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Moore and family returned ou Tuesday from a three weeks' wagon trip to San Diego and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eckles of Redondo were visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eckles, the first of the week. Messrs. J. H. and II. M. Brubaker are spending a few weeks in Bear Valley for the benefit of the former's health. The Ladies' Guild of Holy Trinity Church will hold a sale of home cookery on Saturday afternoon in McLeod's restaurant. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church held a well attended meeting on Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rouse and son Farmer of Wtittsburg, Pa., spent Sunday with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lougheed of Double avenue. Mrs. B. M. Given entertained on Monday evening with a farewell dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Clizbe and Mrs. McCoy. The .Rev. Paul Stevens and Elder Raymond attended the Presbyterial meeting of the First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena ou Wednesday last. The open meeting of the missionary societies of the Christian Church, to have been held Thursday evening.was postponed on account of rain. It will be held next Thursday. Mr. F. Lougheed of Bisbee, Ariz., and sister, Miss Carrie of Los Angeles, were mid-week guests at the borne of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. H. £}. Lougheed. Mrs. A. J. Leonard and Mr. Stein-* hiller of Redoudo Beach, and Miss Cora Henry of Omaha were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Shoemaker Saturday. Charles Smith, proprietor of the City Livery Stables, is once more able to attend to his duties after two weeks of illness caused by the kick of a horse. Mr. Smith had a narrow escape from a serious injury. Hal Larrabee left this week for his old home iu Illinois to care for his aged father, who is quite ill. Before leaving Hal subscribed for the Argus, stating that he could not get along without a weekly letter from Covina. H. Crabtree of San Diego was the week end guest of his sister, Mrs. W. G. Conley. Later he left for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he will enter the medical college for a four years' course. The Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Conley entertained the choir of the Christian Church last Tuetday evening, twenty- four being present. A delightful evening was spent with music and games. L:o cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fen-el, son-in- law and daughter of Mrs. Gilmore, physical directress of the Covina schools, have arrived from Panhandle, Texas. Mr. F'-rrel is a lawyer, formerly of El Paso, Texas, and expects to locate either in Covhia or Los Angeles. Mr, % E. U. Smith, who conducted the Covina Pharmacy, and who suld to W. W. Nash, has moved with his family to Artesia, where be has purchased a well-fitted drug store. The residence on San Bernardino road is still retained and will be held as nn investment. The annual branch convention of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will he held at Grace Church, Han Francisco, Oct. 7, 8, and 0. Convention rates will be allowed, OIK and mm- third fare. Tickets may be bought with certificates a= early a.s Sept. 27 and return tickets as late as Oct. in. Mr. Andrew McAllea of this city attended the recej.f i-iN tendered t" Uish'ip H. H. Warren at the Khzt Lies A/igeles, on M>-n A number of el,,,jU,-nt 1 niadf at. this pleasant i'A (•(! by a gem-nil re- ••ud.-. Jii.sfiop Warieu over the Methodist M. II. (Miureh, •lay evening. addres-r-, ui'ffc fuiiecioM, lol i-iiiiof. 1,1 fri has pi f->idfc<) j The Holy Trinity Church Guild met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Flatt of Italia street. Let me sell you your vetch. ?:i.(50 a cwt. on the track here. C. A. i Whitaker. Home phone 10(54. 10-10 i ! W. H. Hanson and his sisten, Miss Josie, tire home from a pleasant vacation at La Jolla, near San Diego. Miss Irene Herskovits of Los Angelca wns the week end guest of Mrs. H. M. Houser and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simpson have 'returned to their homo, Glen Ivy, Invirulalo, where they will be at I home to their friends, Mra. A. MoAllen's music pupils will give an informal recital this afternoon in the parlors of the M. E. Church. Mrs. E. M. Wallace spent this week with a friend in Los Angeles and attended the Sunday-school conference of the M. E. Criurch. Miss De Voy of Daytonia, Florida, was the guest several days tliip week of Mr. and Mrs. 15. M. Douglass. She will winter in California. Mrs. Tobev and daughter Ha/el and Mr. R. R. Smith of Los Angeles are guests at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Seofleld. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kuns of Glendora were guests on Thursday and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths, being storm bound ou their way home from Long Beach. Miss Pearl McKiraharr left on Tues- day'for the East. She will be absent three or four months and while away will visit in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Iowa. Mrs. Will Griffiths was the guest ou Friday afternoon of Mrs. Lucile R. Mead (Queen Isis) at one of the two afternoon receptions given by her this week. Mr. and Mrs. John King and little daughter of Whittier, were the guests a few days this week of the former's mother, Mrs. S. E. King of College street. The El Monte Epworth League will visic the Covina League on Sunday evening, taking charge of the services. Topic, "The Lord of the Sabbath." Meeting at 6:45 p. m. Everybody welcome. Mr. 'and Mrs. At wood and son George were guests at a Colorado dinner given at Downey by Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Herron on Sunday. Th,ey were? delighted to meet a number of old friends. James Elliston of Gardena was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. McLaughlin, from Thursday to Saturday. He came to California for his health some months ago, being threatened with lung trouble, and is now entirely well. The Rev. and Mrs. A. Fletcher have been ill during the week with severe colds. Mr. Fletcher was unable to take the services ou Sunday and they were conducted by Mr. Wm. Crook, who is the licauaed lay-reader of the parish. Mrs. P. S. Myers and Mrs. Andrew Emmert of Los Angeles, drove to Covina on last Sunday and spent several days visiting among old time friends. Mrs. Myers, who has just returned from a trip to the Holy Land, has many interesting exper- i ieuces to relate. Lloyd Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coolman, who has been in bed si.v weeks since his operation for appendicitis, is just beginning to sit up, making a slow but sure recovery. His illness has caused his family much anxiety a.s his mother lost a little son some years ago from the same cause. j J. H. Baughman of Irwiudale, ; brought t:i our office this week some splendid specimens of Concord grapes. ; Ho has one. acre of this variety of grapes, the vines of which are heavily loaded. They are now lipt- and parties desiring any should telephone •J'JOfi. Orders will receive prompt delivery. i Miss Uyrd Reynolds l'-ft Monday evening for her former home at Car, rollton. Mo. She goes to act as bridesmaid at the wedding ot a i girlhood friend, and while away will nlso viait with friends at Kansas City, St. Louis and other parts of the state, intending to be away about ' three months. | Mrs. U. J. Cli/be and infant son, together with Mrs. Cli/he's mother, Mrs. McCoy, have gone to Chicago to be the guests of relatives in that city. It U their intention to spend the winter in St. Louis, and eventually to live nn Mr. Cli/be's estate in Alabama. Mr. Clixb<- leaves today In j'liii them. \'i hiie here. tt,a family made many frieudi, and it is with OUR AMIS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bolin Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mrs. J, McLnughlin is spending the week end with hor niotlior, Mrs. Owenby of Gnrdeiin, » Miss Ihizel Bristow spent several i days this week visiting friends in i Los Angeles. I Mr. and Mra. Jacob Brunjes nnd daughter, Miss Metn, have left to visit friends in San Francisco. L. E. Sheets, 200 East Second street,.Pomona, factory agent Adam Schanf pianos. Piano tuning guaranteed, tf Mr. and Mrs. L. Worrell nnd children ;are home from a three months' trip through the eastern and middle western states. All Knights of Pythias residing in this locality who nro interested iu tho formation of a local lodge, are asked to communicate with or call nt once on Mr. S. Blum, of Cypress avenue. In the absence of Justice Glover of Azusn, Justice W. P. Marshall of Covina is sitting for that township. Justice Marshall can bo rencbed at any time by telephoning to the Argus ofllce. Mr. Jacob Nolf, the local gas maker at the plant of tho Covina Valley Gas company, was surprised this week by a visit from his father, who canrn from Michigan. Mr. Nolf senior is not a tenderfoot, in tho country as ho has lived in California before. Miss Jacola Botten, recently a graduate of tho Pacific hospital force of trained nurses, is a guest of Mrs. J. J. FitzGerald, wife of the proprietor of the Hotel Veudome. Miss Betten was in attendance upon Mrs. FitzGerald during the latter's recent operation for appendicitis. Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Watkyns of Lark Ellen avenue entertained a number of their young friends with a jolly dinner party on Sunday evening. Edwards a Wildey (o. "It Pays to Sec Us" Real Estate COVINA ORANGE AND LEMON I LANDS A SPECIALTY D. W. MacDonald, Resident Agent line Residence 1 '•: blocks south of car on Barranca. Plione 125') Los Angeles office, 212 Laughlm Ulclg. Exchanges made for you of all kinds. N. H. —If yon want quirk results list your property with MacDonald. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM. AMI I.IST YOriK t'ROl'KRTY Oflicc with A. M. Pence, Kecd Hilt. COVINA, CAIy. The INybo Studio ,S41' 2 Axnsn Ave., A/.usn, Cal. KKEK! Six postal cards to each person sitting- for a dozen of our fS cabinet photographs, now reduced to $3.00 (Hiring September and October. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Want business 84000 block. building Interest K. Box 8, Covina. loan for monthly. Let me sell you your vetch. 83. (50 owl. ou the track horo. C. A. .-e be hi in the citv tni* week. <.'] eat hfcar-i Cli/.b J.,i;er, in*.' t je.lMet I! (,f their ranch has t the ci.riiiiiuii i! y dej »i t in e. The, b.-.-i, sold t>, W. A. juan the ranch this bis SJolfcJ.s hfcf c '* h'. is at.t.-i,d v. i-i-k a/i'l ui!| IM live hh i/'tly. Among the guests were Miss Blossom Vincent of Covina and Messrs. Kulph **ynolds, Leslie Heary and Roy Ward of Los Angeles, Miss Bess Mathilda Weloh of Los Angeles will be at the residence of Mrs. J. M. Whitsei on Cottage Drive, Wednefiday next to begin her fall work in voice culture. Rehearsals for the cantata, Esther, will begin at, once. Anyone wishing to take port will communicate with Mrs. Whitsel, Mrs. Matthews or Mrs. McAllon. Mrs. Clarence Allison, the wife of a well known contractor of this city, who .suffered a fracture and other painful injuries to her arm on Sunday night last, nn account of which appears elsewhere in thin issue, upon the advice of her physician, had the injured arm photographed hy the X-ray in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon. The exact injuries to the arm, as shown by the plato, will be known today. Miss Lo.titia Orcakey, an assistant in the Covina poBtofllco, who underwent a serious surgical operation two weeks ago, is progressing rapidly towards recovery. She was able to come up town for 1 the drat, time since | the operation yesterday and hopes to be back at the general delivery window in another two weeks. Her rapid recovery will be, received as good news by tho patrons of the postofllce, among whom wlie is a uu i versa I favor He. W. Ji. fi road'A el I, Ouvina's leading dry guilds merchant, made a business trip to the oil tic-Ids of (,'ualinga during the past week. Ho /•(•ports that the amount of business being done at thin point is startling. The stores are practically running tlm full twenty four hours of the day, and, it 1 the oil fields continue to he. as productive as they are now, no one will be able to tell the. future growth of thin marvelous little city. Mr. lin.adwell is contemplating opening a branch Morn at that point. A t the annual election of iittli-i rs for the Haptist Church, held Thursday evening, the foil jiviug wen.- elected: | Truetee, 1'rof. A. H. Collins; clerk, I Mrs. M. K. ilfcrris; treasurer, Mrs. 1 J, H. Matthews; organist, Mark Cus ! ter. Bible, School officers: Suj/fcrin teudeut, Mrs. A. H. Collins; assistant cup*:) jritejident, \\ . O, (.'usler; htcre ; tary and tieahiiier, Clay .leans ; organ j, Mis. M. K. Clilt' Uelegaies i to the association that, meets in I'o rji'i/ja October Oh, 7th and >ilh ; IV f. A. H. < 'ollii:*, U . 'J. Curler, : Mis. (,. W. Mitch«-H, Mi-s-. M. L. ', Clifford, O.var Mill-/. A. M. i'ence, i liev. and .Mir-.. .S. W. Oai/. ; . Whitakor. Home phono 1004. 10-10 For Sale—One good mure cheap. Come and try her. Phone'209 8. G. W. Lee. For Sale—860 Magestio steel range Bood aa new. Can he had for $1)0 Telephone 2182. 10-3 "Sagene" Hair Food and "Sugono" Pile Salve are homo products, made in Covina. (jet them at Nash's, 50c. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Hank, a safe in vestment at 4 per cent. Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs 01 setting, 811 per 100. H. 10. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone l'2<il. tf Buggies repainted and rcviirnishod fiurn 85.00 up. Surreys fcli.OO up. Airtos 810.00 up. (i. W. Marsh. Bachelors I will do your mending neatly mid cheaply. Send clothing to Mrs. J. P. Moll'at, Hodges' Flats, San Bernardino road. lip Now Is Hie lime to put up your eave trough and conductor pipe. JUKI, received a large shipment. W. S. Sides. Up For Kent Five room cottage on West C.x, press avenue, water in house and all modern conveniences. Ad drei-s U. Miller, Phone [jlKlH. If I will buy a g(,)od driving horse, one whh'h will drive single m 1 don blu. Address l>, W. MacDuuald, (-'o vina phone l'J',:i. We waul to buy good Jersey COWH. Must be fresh milch COWH mid in good condition. Address box Ml, Covi/ia, or call Home, phone '.ill!*. U liOp For Sale Muscat grapes for table, drying and canning, delivered in box lots. Phone fiil'JU, (ileudora. I. I!. Net/ley. Fit/Gerald A 1 , I'arry of Pasadena loan money ou rancheH and improved real (-slate at lowest current rales. Write or telephone them at. I'asadena or call up J. W. Pre.ntiss, Covina phone -1'! 1, and ask to have, a repre, hentative 'if the firm call on you. If Covina Realty. |-'itie new 8 room residence, all modern conveniences surrounded t.y (.range tret s, * 1,000. Two lotn nil Uadi Ho si n el, hety/ee.!! 1th ad f.i.h, flui' \jew, street, work all in ; <-ach, i?'.iHi). I.oti on Center Mici-t, east ol lib, che.ip. ') loom iii'idi-rii house, I'.I ./'< x 1 7 "., n, (-ic,., <?:;,ouu. -, i,, ,i/i h'.u-.c, lot. r./i••. 1 ','j, ti ii 11 t rees, i I li <• < - 1 .')(). Ghi-ap lots i.ii fjiirv.old trad. THE Covina Peoples Store (INC'ONI'OKATKI)) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY TIIK I'LACK TO IJtIY YOUR DRY GOODS T - * * * * * K Remnants Remnants Remnants We have £one over our stock and litul we li;ivo. a jrrcat trump short ends, wliiclt we have placed on the remnant table and which you will find very suitable for this tint.: ot the year. NO TKOUHI.K TO SHOW GOODS * * * There is a Play-Time, A 5 Well as a Work-Time. The "GrnUing-Ups" must exercise the muscles alonu ><>lth the oierclte of brain, If they ii>ill daOelop Into itfall rounded man and n>omen. Sporting Goods For Play-Time. I haiie just received a nch> line <>f Sportlnu Good* that Is up-to-date and adapted In any pocketbook. Untie a look at my H'iiidoH 1 iiilth the younamem the comln// H>tmk, Do You Get Mad When You Are Forced Ta Pay a Bill the Secand Time? Isn't it exasperating when you think the bill has been paid? Had you paid the bill with a bank check you could know the bill had been paid and prove it. Kv- ery cancelled check is eventually returned to the maker and may be retained for future reference. Hills paid by check remain paid. The Covina National Bank T ill MAdllNE SHOP MANUrACTURfRS OF GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classus of Machine Work THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop ami Office, opponite S. I'. I)c|i .1 Home I'lione 2 Coviiui, Cul. BEN F, THORPE CliMI-NT CONIRAC10R M.iiiiif.i'. turrr (.1 CEMIiNT IRKKiATINQ PIPB All i -,ixi"> carried in -it. M';(.e C'JV1N.\ KI.ALTY CO. I kcinf(;rci:(l (loin rt.-U: iJi t 1 Y.inl, '.',''-' ( v|>f, -,-, A'.'fiiic i:!^ . ;i Specialty 'J'r!< /i.'jiu: -10 i7

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