Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 3, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, October 3, 1908
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(local Events, The Misses Mary and Martha An- tleraou are visiting friends at Oxtiard. Miss Katheriue Philleo has entered BS a studeut at Pomona College. Let me sell you your vetch. $.1.00. a cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Home phone 10ti4. 10-10 Wanted—Position by njarried man on ranch. Lon« experience, teaming and orange work a specialty. H. II. Parcell, Jock box 631. Itp Save time, water, labor aud your orchard. A cement pipe line does it. Ben. P. Thorpe. Tel. 4037. H Mrs. G. W. Lee left on Monday for a two or three weeks' visit in SHU Francisco and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. VV. M. (Iriswold are modernizing their cozy home ou San Bernardino road. Mrs. Matt Chilton is spending the week end with friends in Los Angeles. Mrs. St. Clair of Los Angeles'is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mo.xley. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hacker of Monrovia were guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey. Mrs. A. Merrill, who is visiUng in Lincoln, Nebraska, will return to Coviua about the end of November. Beef and tomato bouillon at Mattison's, corner Citrus avenue and Badillo street. loe orenin aud sweet things. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matthews, Miss Lucy Matthews and Mrs. John Wilkins returned Jaat evening from Cataliua. Miss Alma Murphy of San Diego was the guest from Monday to Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. B: Broadwell and family. Miss Cutler of Cedar Palls, Iowa, the house guest of Mrs. R. Howland, is spending ten days with friends in Los Angeles, having returned from a visit in Pomona. Mrs. Anna Dreher Dudderar leaves today for San Francisco, where ehe will be the guest of her sister, Mra. I. W. Brink, and will attend the grand chapter, O.E.S. ' Cleve Miller of Mentor, v Kansas; has been spending some weeks here with his brother, Oscar Miller, and at Ontario with bis sisters, Mines. Berg uud Emery. He is station agent for the Union Pacific at Mentor, Kansas. Mrs. Isaac Jewell of Colton was the guest of Mrs. E. H. Lahee from Saturday to Thursday morning. Mrs. Jewell, who has been in very poor health since the death of her esteemed husband, will leave shortly to spend the winter with relatives in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brunjes and Miss Meta Brunjes left this morning for San Francisco, where they will be the guests of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kortjohn. Mr. Brunjes will attend the session of the grand lodge, F. & A. M. Unforeseen circumstances postponed an earlier departure. R.A. Howland has sold bis Mitchell roadster to C. F. Clapp, who onoe more has contracted the automobile fever. Mr. Howland will continue the agency for the Mitchell car and expects a 1909 model by the last of October. The J. M. Stantou Realty Co., and the Wells Fargo express office are located in the building vacated by the Covina Valley Gas Co., on Citruy avenue, having been forced to move from the location where the new Bull^r block is in process of construction. These offices will also be headquarters for the Covirni Transfer Co. Mr. aud Mrs. A. A. Siewert of Halem, Oregon, arrived Thursday to spend the winter with the former's brothers, JO. C. and A. D. Siewerfc. Mr. Siewert is a contractor and builder arid will take charge of the house which is being built by his brothers on Kast fJudillo street. Mr. and lUrs. F. P. Walser, who lately sold their ranch on North Citrus avenue, are leaving for Kern county, where they will spend about H year. They have not yet decided wheie they will locate after that. Bonham ,v Kitcha, cement contractors, tire finishing the patch of hide walk on Cili us avenutj in front of Kecfei 'a stable, which will make a continuous \vdlk from the tchool house to Badillo stieet when d'.ne. They have if-eentJy finished laying •J.oOO square feet in the vicinity t ,f the Jenni.son tiact. Th'iM tirm has laid about fj,OOU t-quare feet, in the city Jiuiitb this seatou. Mr. Ben. F. Thorpe rent to Santa Barbara today on a business trip. Let me sell you your vetch. 83. fiO cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Home phone 1001. 10-10 Mrs, C. O. Glover was the guest of relatives in Ax.usa several days this week. Capt. and Mrs. W. IJ. Matthews of Catalina have rented a cottage at San Pedro for the winter. Mr. John Brunjes spent yesterday at San Pedro with his friend, Capt. Will Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shank of Los Angeles were visitors in Covina on Thursday. Holy Trinity Ladies' Guild mot this week at the home of Mrs. Flatt on E. Jtalia street. Mr. and Mrs. John Larimer and children of Lordsburg spent Sunday at the home of the hitter's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ares Zug. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Thorpe gave a birthday dinner Thursday evening in honor of the doctor's mother, Mrs. Benj. Thorpe of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eokles spent a very pleasant day this week at Gnr- doua, visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Smith and other friends. Mrs. Will Wyeth is expecting her mother, Mrs. J. L. Trapp of St. Joseph, Mo., nud sister, Mrs. Chas. Runck of Cincinnati, Ohio, who will arrive shortly or an extended visit. Closing out sale of milliuery at Mrs. Mary Leebrick's. A good assortment of trimmed huts in the latest shades and designs at reduced prices, also fancy feathers and ribbons. Everything must be sold. Mattisou is the new proprietor of the delicatessen store, corner Citrus avenue aud Badillo. Rest room for ladies where you cnn get something hot or cold to drink aud dainty things to eat. Prof. D. Warren Shock of Lordsburg College preached at the Church of the Brethren on last Sunday at the 11 a.m. and also 7:30 p.m. services. He was entertained at the home of Rev. G. F. Chamberleu. You will find new models in millinery in Miss Reckard's millinery parlors every few days, as she is carefully selecting all the new shapes aud trimmings as fast as they arrive in the market. N. Sternback, who for several months has been making bis home with his uncle, S. Blein, of Cypress avenue, has accepted a position with the Berlin Dve Works of Los Angeles. He will make bis home in the city. W. Sprotte is building a five-room bungalow on his property ou Lark Ellen street, opposite the Valencia grove of Ben F. Thorpe. Mr. Sprotte recently purchased the property of H. Noyes of Los Angeles. Mr. L. Hill is building the house. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Motter moved to Venice this week, Mr. Mottter having accepted a position in a pumping plant at that place. While hi Covina, Mr. and Mrs, Motter made many friends and will be greatly miased in social circles. Mr. Fred Hill of Chicago was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe last Sunday. Mr. Hill was greatly pleased with this locality, this being his first visit to the coast, and is enthusiastic over the possibilities of this section. He is member of the firm of Heywood Bros. & Wakolleld, furniture manufacturers, and is combining business with pleasure. The Women's Auxiliary of the Christian Church hold an open meeting ou Thursday evening in the church, a large attendance being present. An interesting program was given, including readings and vocal SO)OH bv Mrs. Edgar and Mi.«s Muud Doughty. Mrs. (Jilmoic re.dd a paper ou "'.Vhy Our Auxiliary Did Not Disband." Letters were read form a lady in India to whose tmp- port the women of the church .are contributors. Mrs. Conley gave a talk on the plans of the Auxiliary for the new season. Refreshments were served. H. D. Mattison, formerly manager of the Angelus (irape Juice Company of Rochester, California, JH the new proprietor of JJudderar's candy and delicatessen Htnro at the corner of Citrus avenue and Badillo street. Mr. Mrittison and his wife to<-k charge of the establishment thin week. This Jiue of buBhjt-ss is one which Mr. and Mrs. Mattison under fetam' thoroughly, and they have signified their intention of building up a popular burincss in the town. The More will cany different things in the way of light refreshment, such as lari.ale-', oi.-.teib and t-.anrjwiche->, betide,, a lull line ot confeet ionev, coda and ice cit-ain. -Mr. and Mrs. Mattisou are young people of a kind who will make friends and they are a welcome adji'ion to the community. OUR AtiftTS: Edwards & Wilfley (o. Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & BoHn Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mrs. M. Clifford ia ill with la grippe. ' Mra. Loin East of Horniton, Mariposa county, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coohnnn. Mrs. Win. Hoogendyk entertained n number of ladies at afternoon tea on Friday. Wanted—General housework in small family. Miss Alma Jensen, Box <>',', R, F. D. No 2, Covina. 1 t p. Mrs. F. McNeil of Long Bench, who has been spending a week with Mrs. A. Warner, returned homo on Wednesday last. A guest at the home of Mr. aud Mra. Osccar Miller on Thursday last wns Mra. Howard Berg of Ontario, sister of the former. Mr. mid Mrs. E. P. Warner and ROD Donald were guests irom Saturday to Monday of the hitter's sister, Mrs. E. J. Inwood. Hot tnmnies all the time and nil to the good at Mnttison's. This ia Dudderar's old popular stand you know, whinh we have bought out. The latch-string is always out for you, Mrs. M. O. Carroll of St. Louis, Mo., has arrived in Covina to pay a visit of about two mouths with her mother, Mrs. M. Sholton, aud sister, Mrs. Robert Creushaw. Mr. nud Mrs. J. N. Wilson of Center street are home after a pleasant vacation of two weeks at La Jolla and San Diego. Mr. Wilson returns much rested and assumed at once the management of bis extensive blacksmithing nud machine business. Robert Philleo has been offered the position of orchestral teacher and band master of the Coviua schools. On account of a somewhat delicate state of health, be has not yet decided whether to accept this responsible position, for which, however, he is well known to be fitted in every other way. s In spite of the threat of rain the rally services on Friday last at the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church were well attended and proved one of the pleasantest and most .helpful occasions in the history of the local church. The local 'vice-president, Mrs. L. H- Root, occupied the chair in the afternoon, and in earnest words of welcome introduced the several officers who addressed the society ou their assigned topics. Mrs. Braclbcer, of Los Angeles, spoke on the foreign work and its need; Mrs. Dimmick, also of Los Angeles, presented the financial question; Mrs. Crowel!, of Aihambra, the home work. A duet was suny by Rev. and Mrs. Stevens. Supper was served in the church dining' room at six o'clock by the efficient committees in charge. About one hundred and twenty sat down. In the evening a goodly audience gathered in the auditorium and Rev. Stevens, who presided, introduced Mr. McVay, of Los Angeles, who spoke earnestly and convincingly on "Missions from a I! usiness Mn.»'» Standpoint." Other speakers of the evening were iJr. If. B. <», on the home niiii.sion problem, and Mrs, Brad beer on "More X,eal." Mr. Wells added greatly to the pleasure of the with a vocal s»io. "It Pays to See Us" Real Estate COVINA ORANGE AND LEMON LANDS A SPECIALTY D. W. MacDonald, Resident Agent Residence 1 U blocks south of car line on Harranca. Phone 12.S') Los Angeles office, 2?2 LaiiKhlin Hldg. Exchanges made for yon of all kinds. N. 15. -If y<ni want quick results list your property with MacDonald. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, AN'I) LIST VOITK I'KOl'KKTV Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Hlk. COVINA, CAJ,. The INybo Studio H41\. AzusaAvc., Ax.nsa, Cal. KREIv! Six postal cards to each person sitting for a of our £5 cabinet photographs, now reduced to S3.00 during September and October. Joins the Greater Army. I'. F. Connor. ;ni mjed veteran of the "Fi^ht iiij.' Ninth' 1 MushHchiihettH volunteers, a i-lo.-i- t:iiTid of Veteran John (,'air of C»vinu, was luund dead in a lodging houne on Sixth Htreet, LOH AugeleH, hint Monday. The only method of identification wab that of a certificate of deposit, for 8'2*i payable at. the Covinu Nat- iojal Bank, found on the hody. John Carr went to the city on learning of the death of hin friend, and took uharge of the funeral ar- r^UKemeiritH. Connor was formerly H profeHwor in the Uuiveinily of Minnesota, and has n ihnifhtcr who in cashier of the First National Hank of Springfield, fllinoJH. '/'lie hody WHh tfjkeii to (iarrett'h undertaking fmr]or«. Connor wa,<i for te/i yMiftt u resident at the Soldier.'. 1 Home at SawteJIc, hut <>f lnHi had Keen Jiving ftJone in the city. cMning often to Ubit his friend ('.JJT aL Covina. l>'j not for;/- • tint Ur'A'itU f.ittl.- .••.iirii-y KJMT-, .IP- 'IIT ot;«t piil •> made. '1 iH-y are. ple.ibuj;! Iiltie pill.-, that are >:a-»y to take and are iiro/upt a • d t;entl--. ',','>: sell and recommend Ir.em. rvjid by t.. F. Clapp. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Wanted --• Two Hleady hoiirdorH. Mrs, S. L. Spencer. Center street, tf Want 8JOOO building loan for business block. Interest monthly. K. Box 8, Coviiin. Lot tne selJ vou your vetch, 83. CO H cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Home phone 1004. 10-10 >/.•.'/; n Fnr Sale — One good inare cheap, Come nnd try her. Phono 20£>8. G. \V. Lee. For Sale — 860 Magestio Btool rimgo, good na uow. CHU bo iiad for S'50. Telephone 2182. 10-3 "Sagone" H»ir Food /arid "8iigerio' n Pile Salvo rire homo products, made in Covina. (lot thorn at Naflh'H. &U«. Place your spare cash in t,ho Covinu Valley Saving* IJank, a safe investment at 4 per cent,. Thoroughbrod White Leghorn oggH oi sotting, #:j per 100. Jl. J^, Ward, Charter Oak. Phono 1'2'il. tf JJuggicB repainted and revurnished from 85. 00 up. Surreys ijn.OO up. Autou 810.00 up. (i. W. Marsh. Wan tod iSit.ual.ion HH cook or general housework by tixporicnocd •Japanese. Apply to J<'rank Ouolil, telephone Home I'^fH, Covina. For Sain Tree props and Woodward wire brackets, at reduced prices. Kiujuiro of A. I'. Korckholf. Itp For (tent,- Five-room cottage on ' U'e.Hl, O,\ press avenue, uiiler in house jandall modern conveniences. Address B. Miller, J'hone M)!IH. If I will buy a good driving horne, one which will drive single or double. Address }). W. Maul Jonald, Co \ ina phone 1 '^.'t'.t. \ Fur Sule Muwjji. j.')-n|j(!H for table, i drying and canning, delivered in box J'hone Gii^O, (iiendora. 1. Jl. Net/ley. Fil/fierald .V flurry of Pasadena loan money on ranches nnd improved real estate at lowest current raleH. | Write or telephone tliein at Pasadena ;or call up ./. VV. 1'rentins, Covina phone ^i:i-l, and auk to have a rcpro (tentative -if ti,<: ,'inn call on you. tf THE Covina Peoples Store $ (INCOKrOKATl(n) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We do not know where you can get your wet poods, but we do know where you can get your DRY GOODS Ladies' Wrappers Made of the best percale, and full size. While the}" last only 69c YOU WIIJv HAVK TO IIUKKY NO TROUIiLK TO SHOW (-JOODS fk * * * * * * * * * * * * * * There is a Play-Time, As Well as a Work-Time. The "Grniftng-Vps" must eternise the muscles atnnjj H'lth the aicrclse of brain, if they it'lll iloOtlop Into Mell rounded men and nfomen. Sporting Goods For Play-Time. I hat!e jutt received a next line of Sparling Goods that la up-to-tlnte anil adapted to any pooketbaok. llatie a look at my ii'i'm/ow n'lth the youngster* the aomlnn it>eck. Do You Get /Wad When You Are Forced Ta Pay a Bill the Secand Time? Isn't it exasperating 1 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- erv 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 BRASS fOMT and MACKI SHOP MANUFACTURERS Of • Covina Realty. ! Fine new H room residence, all .modern conveniences, surrounded by orange I rees, it 1, 001). Two loth on Badillo street, between lib ad Orb, fine view, street, work all in : each, ?!MiO. L-,1/1 on Centei rt ( , el, east of -llh, eheap. 0 loom m'.de/n hou-.e, lot. : .,(] >. I 'ii't, bai n, etc., ?"!, Of)(l. n loom li'.U'-.e, l(,t. '., '):•. I '):i, fluil. 11 ee/i, pi ice <!'J'jOO. Che;ip 11,(i, (,n CirirA'/ld ti. : i'''.. Money t-i loan. COVINA. l;l..\l/]''i CO. GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly IUjnipped for All Classes of Machine Work F*eitt€£rns /Wade KMimille.i Fiimi-slied, THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. I'. l)ep»t Home I'lione 2W> Coviua, Cal. BEN F, THORPE CI;MI-:NT CONTRACTOR M.inilf.ictui IT of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sixes '. ;irricd iti stock. Reinforced (loiicrci.c IJiuldin^-. n Sjn-cially Yar<' '.Ve-.l C. vpre-,-, Avenue Teii-pLone 41)37

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