Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 10, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, October 10, 1908
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_jfcz'"i^.-~rr — ~ ~~ ~~~ ^hjMr^^T^ f local Events, \g,=.:- :-.^i^ e: sgS?^~~-^.---^-:--:-:-- Mrs. Sam Glaze left today to join her hnsrmnd at Keedley. ; Mrs. Matt Chilton was a week end guest of iclatives in Los Angeles. Mrs. W. G. Conley is attending Mrs. W. W. Chase is a guest atthej the Sunday-school convention at Po- home of Dr. and Mrs. Cline. mona. Robert Baldridge, Sr., of Loa An- Furnished rooms for rent. Apply geles spent Monday in Covina look-, to Mrs. Martha llibsch, Cottage Ing after his business interests here. Drive, tf Mrs. Price of Los Angeles was a visitor on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. E. H. Laheo. Mrs. C. W. Hawks of San Francisco is paying an extended visit at the home of Miss Emma Hawks, Airs. B. M. Edwards of Ocean Park is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Poe of West Puente street. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Peck and infant sou of Pomona were guests this week of several friends in Covina. Mmea. Rogers and Huston of Los Angeles were guests yesterday ot Mrs. Geo. McLaughlin. Aliss Ethel Houser left on Monday for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Highland. Air. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey were week end guests oc relatives in Los Angeles. Robert Mears, proprietor of tho local second-hand store, has returned from his extended summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Prat her are moving into their pretty, new sfory and a half bungalow on Rowland avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith returned yesterday from a few days' visit with their son Chester of Hollywood. R. H. Middleton of Charter Oak returned this week from a three weeks' visit with her father and other relatives in Chicago. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stevens have rented the W. II. Collins home on E. San Bernardino road and will take possession about Nov. 1st. Cleve Miller, who has been visiting at the home of his brother, Oscar Miller, and other relatives, left OD Thursday for his home in Kansas. Mmes. A. Briggs of Reno, Mev., and Mrs. Ed Gillett of Los Angeles, were guests on Monday at the home of Mrs. W. B. Broadwell. Dr. J. C. Glasgow of El Paso, Texas, who has been touring through . Mexico the past year, has been the gup u of Dr. and Mrs. Qoodell this •week. . i • • Mrs. F. M. Douglass of Hollywood, who was the first president of the Covina Monday Afternoon Club, was the guest last Alonday of Mrs. Wm. Crook and attended the club meeting. Mrs. G. D. Jennings has returned from a two months' trip in the north. While away she was the guest of friends in San Francisco, Oakland and Lake Tahoe. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Overholtzer and four children of Lordsburg were dinner guests at the home of the former's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Overholtzer, on last Sunday. Rev. W. G, Conley has peseuted his wife with a beautifully toned Kautz & Bach piano. He purchased it through the local agent, W. J, Thurmau. The Madison Bashor home on Citrus avenue, recently purchased by Col. G. H. Campbell, ia being renovated and remodeled throughout by Contractor Clarence Alli.son. Miss Anna Elliston of Gardena, one of the successful Times' scholarship contestants, who is now studying at tho Uuiveisity of California, is spending the week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Geo. McLaughliu. Several of the delegates to the orange growers' convention at Kansas City are expected home today. Others will remain a week longer, stopping at different points oi interest on tho road home. The realty firm of Jerome Reynolds announces the s-ale to Attorney A. M. Pence of 17 acres of vacant land immediately east of the Savoy packing house on the Southern Pacific. The puichaser announces that the land will he levelled and set to oranges. This soil and location is pp.rticularly suitable lor Valencia trees. Dr. L. S. Thorpe has purchased a lot at Balboa <>n the water front and will build a beven room bungalow on sa.iie fur a bummer home. Arthur R. Kelly, the architect, is at present drawing the plans, which show a pleasing exterior with all modern improvement* fur the interior. Let me sell you your vetch. S'i.OO a cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Home phone 10(54. 10-10 Tho infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huff has been quite ill during the past week. The Ladies' Guild of Holy Trinity Church met this week at the home of Mrs. W. H. Collins. Lot me sell you your vetch. 815.00 a cwt. on the track here. C. A. Whitaker. Homo phone lOo'l. 10-10 Miss Cora MoKirahan attended tho Sunday-school convention at Pomona yesterday. Mmes. Robinson and Kavanaugh of Long Beach were guests last Thursday of Air. and Airs. Moore of San Bernardino road, George Swissholm left Tuesday for Ingle word, where he will spend two weeks at the home of his friends, Air. and Airs. Jesse Calvert. Mrs. G. W. Hepnor and niece, Airs. Lottie Feotor, were visiting friends in Juglewood and Los Angeles last Sunday. Beef and tomato bouillon at Mattison's, corner Citrus avenue and Badillo street. Ice cream and sweet things. Air. and Mrs. Vallou and child of Long Beach are spending a week at the home of the later's sister, Mrs. C. B. Casey. Oysters in any stylo waiting for you at Mattison's, where Dudclerar used to do business. We want to get acquainted. Aliss Alarie Thompson, who is governess for tho children of Almes. Curtis and Bowriug of Charter Oak, is a week end guest of friends at Balboa Dead). Mrs. J. J. Morgan, who was second president of the Monday Afternoon Club, was the guest last Monday of Airs. W. M. Griswold and attended the club meeting. The Rev. and Mrs. Gage and Mrs. Clifford ace Attending the Baptist Church convention at Pomona, and als« the undenominational Sunday- school convention. Mrs. A.' Sutton, who has been visiting relatives in Long Beach and Los Angeles, returned last Tuesday to the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Casey. A large number of Covina people attended the opening exercises of the Bureau Bible School, held in | the East Los Angeles Church of the Brethren on last Wednesday. Henry Wilhite of Lordsburg spent Wednesday at tho home of his nephew, C. H. Stanton. Air. Wil- hito has just returned from a trip to his old homo in Adrian, Mo. E. A. Andrews, a wealthy grocery- man of Phoenix, Ariz., was a guest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Fabrick. For years he was a partner iu business of Mrs. Fabriok'n father in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The many Covina friends of Air. and Airs. P. H. Harwood of San Dimas I are feeling much sympathy with thorn in tho loss of their infant daughter, who died last Sunday at Hermosa Beach and was buried on Tuesday at Evergreen cemetery. On Sunday Irst Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Larick, MJSH Martha Sell and Mr. j Wm. Larick attended the Sunday i School institute of tho Brethren , Church at Pasadena. After services they enjoyed a pleasant trip to Mt. Lowe. The Musical American announces the return of Ellen Beach Yaw from the mountains of Australia where she ' has been spending the summer, lead ! ing the "simple life." she singing | and studying while tho husband I did tho cooking. She came to fill ; some conceit cngagementB in Maine. I A party from the Preuhyterian Church went by auto to Pomona to attend the Sunday school convention ye.sterdby, returning by moonlight after tho evening Hervice. Of the party were Mr. and Mrs. Wafer house, Mrs. Palmer of Los Angeles,, Mis. King, Mr*. K'ol.ertr., Mis. Walton and Rev. Stevens. OUR AGMTS: • Warner, Whitse! & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry IRWINDALE. Mrs. and Miss Edna Modio arc quests of Mrs. 1). Keiolitird. Mrs. Stanford, \vln> lias been visiting at the home of her ooiisin, Miss Abblo Brown, left <ni Tlinrsday tor Fresno. Airs. D. C. Mousing is expecting her sister and niece, Mrs. Woymim and daughter of Brooklyn, New York, to pay an extended visit. Miss Alma Hilton returund yesterday after spending « week with her sister, Mrs. Force, in Los Angeles. Mrs. N. B. and Miss Leila Jrwln spent Tuesday and Wednesday with friends in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. (!. N. Lmm are visiting relatives at Trophio. Mr. Crum left yesterday for Pasadena and Long Bench. Mrs. Palmer of Los Angeles i.s a guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Waterhouse. Guests nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Devendorf this w,eek wero Mrs. Whiting of Los Angeles mid MiH8 Baker aud Miss Mulholland of San Diego. Mr. Mend and his son-in-law, Win. Biddiok and children, Cirnoo and Walter, nro spending the week end ou Mt. Wilson. Death of B. S. Bryant. After an illness lasting two weeks, in whiuh he suffered from pneumonia, B. S. Bryant, father of Mrs. Edward Goodnight of Covina, passed peacefully away at the home of hib son in Gilroy on October nth. Mr. Bryant was born in Georgia, December 19, 1829. He came to California in September, 1845, utid first settled in El Monte. He was a resident of Los Angeles county ever since that Lime, moving from El Monte to Pomona ID 1891, thence to Azusa la 1898. Mr. Bryant's body was laid to rest in the Savannah cemetery, the funeral services being conducted on Wednesday, October 7th, by Rev. Mr. Smith of El Monte. At the time of ! his death, Mr. Bryant was surrounded by three children, and his brother, S. H. Bryant, and family were also pro.'ient. The pal I-bearers at the funeral were E. E. Parish, S. U. Thurman, Chaunoey Lewis, Fred Priiet, Charles Soward and James Freer, uH of El Monte. Mr. Bryant leaves relatives who include ,). ,). Bryant of Azusn. two daughters, Mrs, Koxie Pollard of La Canada, and Mrs. Alice Goodnight of Covina, S. II. Bryant of Gilmoro, eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Bryant was a county of!lcer in different positions for !!2 years. The last public; position ho held was that of city marshal of A KM en. On Wednesday evening a! the l!:i|i The Pirn nil ,\ I.ami (.''impany tist {:ar=i.i,age. liert Jii,hci t-. .11, aged hhs awarded the c.nliHCt t<.|- a cum '2'2, a native <<f NeA Voi k and plete irrigation |i[e line rvstem to dt-nl «.r' Chino, and Mirs I.Melhi Mr. Ui-n i-'. T.'i< r| e <.( ( li.viisi. Tho Aenrd. iij,-.) ::'J, a liritive ./r K";ui-.a,- '.v.ik is to hi: installed r,i.' the cum airl it--i .lent ' t St. .J .-.|,t,. Mo , |,i;.v'i ranch j,i L|.( i! ic- at 1'n'i, \'en vviie ui.i!t-:| in i:ii>n ia»/e. i ()•• ci:i. tuia county. ,\i i. (Jhaile.s ( i.lliin niuiiV •• '«*, j t:i l<:i in d t-'. the iiev. wil! have, ch.ii/i- <it the '<.;.! k and < iagi-, v,:, . v.a; ( !;. V.r- |.:-!i.r i.l leave.-* NiuiidiiV t'.J that j.lise*: v, i t h a thtt h 1 '.''.-'- I'IfcA ;,f (.-Aj.erienced j.ij.e /,.akil=. Store Closing Agreement. All thogroceiy stores, meat markets, hardware stores and the furniture store in Cnviria will ol'oso at <i:l, r ) o'clock on every night excepting Saturday night, li^giiming with the corning Monday. Tim stores will close on Saturday shortly after 8 o'clock, no particular timo for closing luiiig Kft. Trie action !H l.ho j result, of a concerted movement on I the part of the li:|M!iess men ijf till) town. Awarded Contract. I). J''.. StitriH, i-eriK-nt contractor, vrite.s the Argus Hint hi- IIHH just been awarded tho contract for the election of a two story cement building at Burhiink, Oil. The ground floor will consist of two Morn rooms, the Masons occupying the. upper htoiy an a lodge hall. This contractor and his partner furnishi-d the blocks for the Baptist and Presbyterian churches erectod last year in this city. Cement Work. All Kinds. F lifivf. in iny yards in tho rear of • the ('ijviua In igat i:i>.' r^mpany, East j College htii'-"t, i-i ii..:;t iiiigalion pipe j of all .si/i-.s n-ady (• i instant deliv f-ry. Let. me t>nii:-'.t ;, 1,11 estimates ' ou all i-en-eiit >-i.i,» and hid(;walks, ; toiinda! io/j^, ts\ •. '.. ,v<;ai's of e •. ' perience in la.', n,,' •'•;} inigalin/j [•i|*f. ^.,o c;ii; .-,, . e i;,-,/:,•', hy -.ii-in^ me. .lAXi.-, li./MJAM, 1 J <>. (•>,.. :J1 1. i ... I-. I,. College i .-,!.. Oi.vina. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM. AM) LIST VOVK I'KOPHKTV Otlicc with A. M. Pence, Kecd,Nlk. COVINA, CAU. The Nybo Studio K41 1 . A/.usa Ave., Aziisn, C'al. FKKK! Six postal cards to each person sitting for a dozen of our 55 cabinet photographs, now reduced to iJM.OO during September and October. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Cement blocks for sale cheap. S, W. Gage, agent, for D. E. Slites. tf Want S-IOOO building loan for business block. Interest monthly. K. Box 8, Covina. For Sale--Pumpkins by tho ton in the Held or delivered. Telephone :U:)0. C. E. Irwin. 10-17p Let mo soil von your vetch. SH.liO a cwt. on the track hero. C. A. Whitaker. Home phono 1001. 10-10 For Sale- -One good maro cheap. Come and try her. Phone '2008. G. W. Lw. White Minorca eggs, 15 to the si>t- ting, C. I). Daniels. Phone 1150. tf Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs 01 sotting, Sll per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phoyc l'2(il. tf For Sale- A number 1 woik horso at half prjco, 8tiO. Ho can bo HCOII at Mr. Chambers, Charter Oak. 10-'24 Table board by tho meal or week. Airs. Mary B. Gray., first house east of Wilson's paint shop, E. Badillo street, tf For Rent .Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. S. E. Coons. West Badillo street, phone 2182. For Halo—A young, Wilkos bred gentleman's driving horse with harness and light buggy. Apply at The First National Bank, Glcndora. lip For Rout- Five room cottage on West Cjpress avenue, water in house and all modern conveniences, Address B. Miller, Phone 50158. ff For Sale Muscat grapes for table, drying and canning, delivered In box lots. Phono JJ'2'20, Glondora. I. B. Net/ley. On account of ill health, would sell our ton acre orange grove at less than 8'20,00(), asking prico. Make us an offer. No property trade. S. R, Hoadley, Cypress avenue, 1 tp. FitzGciald A- Harry of Pasadena loan money on rancheH and Improved real estate at lowest, current rales. Write or telephone them at I'liHiidcna or call up J. W. PrentiHH, Covina phone '21IM, and ank to have a repro sentativo of the firm cull on you. If You I'irii known H the party Ink ing the overcoat and laproht: from tho buggy in front ot T. I 1 '. Grin wold's residence on Sunday evening ret n111,4 name at o.'ice no (|ncsl.ioiiH will he asked. Prompt prosecution of the guilty party will follow any delay. Articles must lie left, at the (iiihwold home, Citrus iivenuo. It. For Sale Tho choii-osl corner lot on the (iiiswold tiai't, facing north, one block t'rom OilniH avenue, 11 large orttli^o tieen and 1 largo graph fruit tree. Price 8UUO. Would takt; horso and spring wagon, \alue M( to «Sl(JO ami #70 caHh and balance '2 yearn at 7 per cent. Ap ] ply Wm. SummorH, -Tree Punier and liudder. Corner .'ird and Orange streets, Oo\ ina. Having decided not, to build at pfehent at Covina, having borne at Whittier, reason for hidllng. * HI THE i* * I Covina Peoples Store | (INCOKl'OKATKn) " OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY We do not know where you can get 3 T our wet goods, but we do know where, you can £ot your DRY GOODS Ladies' Wrappers Made of the best percale, and full si/,e. While the}- last onlv 69c YOU WILL IIAVK TO HUKKY NO TROH15LK TO SHOW GOODS There is a Play-Time, As Well as a Work-Time. The "GrvH>l>tg-Dps" must etiernlso tlia muscles filiitifj K'llli the t'.-inrc/Je ot brain. It they n'lll dailelop Into H'ell rounticil men anil (I'D men. Sporting Goods For Play-Time. I hai)c Just rectified u nc»> line of Sporting Cooc/s that h up-ta-ilate anil adapted to any pocketbook. Hat)t> a look at my ii'/m4oii> it'll h the youngsters the coming k>eck. Do You Mad When You Are Forced Ta Pay a Bill the Secsnd Time? Isn't it exasperating when you think the bill has been paid? Had you paid the bill with a bank checlc you could know e it. Kv- the bill had been paid and prove . very cancelled check is eventually returned to the maker and may be retained for future reference. Mills paid by check remain paid. The Covina National Bank BRASS FOUNDRY M MAGI! SHOP MANUFACTIMRS Of Appliances GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly I Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work Covina Realty. Miii- new rt room reiideiicd, nil modern (••, surrounded hy i ill -JUil/e I iei-H, * 1,000. I T".<J loin i,n liiidillo Mnel., Ijv-t.'Aeeii | liii -.'I Vli, fine, view, Mn;el. v,.,rk nil j i n : ••'•K'\I, ••?')liu. J.'.ti 'Jii f'enler r-lu-i'l, e;is! i,l' lib, '•he ij . •', I , : .m in«.dei ii h'iu-1-, I ,l :,!< .: \ ', ',, I..-II ,'/, etc. . if'J, O'l'l. • ". I •, .!,', I.',.! -.e, |r,l, ',!) -.It;.',, h Ml 11 (•<•-., (,; ii-e <r' 'Ji .till. < 'l.e;ij. lOi i Ml ill Ir V,o)ll I I ,ir|. M .|je.,' I , i'.Illi. ( 'A'l:.' \ i:!.AJ/;"i i n Kit i in;itf>i l f 'i!riiinlii:d. THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. Sli«;|j ami OfJic.e opposite S. I', lh-^,1 Home I'llouc 2rf'» ( 'ovina, ( BEN F. THORPE CONTRACTOR CEMHNT IKKUJATING PIP A 1 ! \ '/.<•, i.arricd i n '-.lock . fort >-d ( .'i'ii' rcti- lii , A '. • a SjuciaUy

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