Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 17, 1908 · Page 5
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local Events, P. S, Dotts has for three months. , ..- ~-~-:.---fj gone to Rawhide Mrs. David Foster of Azusa avenue entertained a number of lady friends at luncheon on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Frank French of Denv .••:• was' the guest last Sunday of Mr. HIK! Mrs. U. N. Atwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Worrel left Thursday for Reedley on a visit with their son Merley. They will probably locate there. Mrs. H. Cook, who has been vis.it- ing friends in San Francisco, returned last Monday to her home on Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Will Wyeth are week end guests of the former's sister, Mrs. J. II. Wilson of San Bernardino. Mrs. A. Merrill returned last Monday evening from a long tour in the East where she has been the welcome guest of many warm friends. Kev. and Mrs. H. W. Peck and little daughter of Fresno were guests ou Wednesday laat of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner. Joseph Moxiey returned on Thursday from a trip Jo Han ford and the Tulare lake country. lie is thinking some of putting in wheat in the lake bottom land. Miss Alma Cutler of Cednr Falls, Iowa, who has been making an extended visit at the home of her school friend, Mrs. R. A. Howland, left ou Thursday for her eastern home. Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Loug Bench has been in Oovina since last Sunday and is visiting a number of old friends during her husband's absence in San Francisco. During every evening of this week, special revival services have been held at the Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Paul G. Stevens, assisted by Mr. Waterhouse. They have been well attended and successful. The synodical meetings of the Presbyterian Church will be held next week at Pasadena. The Rev. Paul Stevens arid several of his congregation will be in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman have returned from Corcoran, thus showing their preference for Covina, where they hope to remain in the future. Mr. W. M. Griswold is taking a short vacation owing to a slight illness, Mr. J. C. Hutchinson occupying his place at the First National Bank. On Sunday, Oct. 18th, there will be a baseball game at Stresbley's Park, Azusa, Azusa vs. Pasadena. This will be the first game of the winter league at Azusa. Game called at 2:30. Batteries: For Azusa, Phillips and Bradley. Pasadena, Marshall and Leahy. At the meeting of the Woman's Board of Missions of the Christian Church last week the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. B. O. Thomason; vice-president, Mrs. Hattie Hostettler, secretary, Mrs. G. Kellar; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Bishee. The Atnpbion Club will hold its first meeting of the season on Friday evening, Oct. 30, at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kerckhoff. A flue program is in preparation. Mrs. Kerckhoff will be assisted in her duties as hostess by Mrs. B. M. Given. Among the new arrivals from Nebraska this week are Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hes^fcltine and family, three daughters and two sons. They have rented for the present the Srnee property on Center street. Mr. and Mrs. Hesseltine are the parent of one of Covina's popular barbers, B. K. Hesseltiue. H. R. Seats returned on Saturday last from a lour months' visit in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The principal object of his visit to Washington was to see his mother, who, at the time, was dangerously ill, her death being then expected at any time. After her recovery Mr. Seat visited among friends and relatives. Chester Fairly and Lloyd Garrison have returned from Tallac, Lake Tahoe, where they have, been engaged during the summer months in the boating and fishing bu.'iine.ss. Mr. Fairly, in speaking of the travel lo this resort, says, "h has been one, of the nio.il successful yea's in the hi- lory of thia beautiful recoil. None can resist the charm in \ihil it i^r the .second and third time. .'•. trout was caituht in itn wateri thii summer weighing '.'i'l lij.s. KarJy this month we had .snow, making a scene '.r in t ii;>ti; ; ik-scril.aMe beauty." Talh.r i-j n-.w «• HI, \. closed for the winter. lan.u} Wanted •— Two steady boarders. Mrs, S. L. Spencer. Center street, tf Mrs. M. Wallace attended the Home. Missionary Society meeting in Pasadena yesterday. Mrs. ,1. Shuey of Long Beach is spending the week will) her mother, Mrs. Geo. Smith. Nicely furnished rooms for rout reasonable. Mrs. S. K King, East College St. Mr. and Mrs. A. Nigg will attend this evening the china wedding of the hitter's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs Dan Ilasshekler of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Walts, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner and Mrs. J. J, Morgan of Long Beach enjoyed a pleasant auto trip yesterday visiting Pasadena, Sierra Madre and other points. Miss Alice Wyun of Pasadena, piano instructor, has formed a class in Covina and will be at the homo of Mrs. J. L. Matthews, East College street, on Saturday of each week. Mrs. R. A. Boyd and little son of Highlands were quests this week of the former's pare .its, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brouse. Mrs. Boyd is also a sister of Mrs. P. E. Stan ton of this city. Mrs. J. S. Ecklea started yesterday for San Francisco to spend three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Warner, who has just returned from tbo hospital, having undergone a serious operation. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Clapp have returned to their home at Ocean Park after an extended stay here, during which time Mr. Clapp assisted his brother iu the business of his drug store. Born to Mrs. Nina Martin Tabum of Gleudale, a son, Wednesday, Oct. 7. Mrs. Tabum as Miss Martin was a teacher in our hitjh school and her many friends in Covina will be glad to hear of her good health and happiness. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church have beautifully furnished te pastor's study. A committee composed of Mmes. F. M. Chapman and J. O. Houeer went to Los Angeles on Tuesday to choose the furniture and the result speaks well for their taste. Rulla Custer, a former Covina boy who graduated hist year from the University of California, has secured a position as principal of the school at Big Pine, -Inyo county, receiving a salary of 81000 for a term of eight months. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Methodist Church next Wednesday, Oct. 21st; subject, "Mohammed and the Koran." OtU- cers will be elected and work outlined for the coming year. The branch convention held last week in San Francisco will be reported. A large ooncregation enjoyed the interesting address given by D. J. W. Wadman last Wednesday evening in the M. E. Church on his work as superintendent of M. E. Missions iu the Hawaiian Islands. Dr. Wadmau who is an earnest speaker, is spending several months travelling over the states iu the interests of the cause. Senator Fred H. Quiuoy of Saliua, Kansas, president of the Planters State Bank of that city, was u dinner guest Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Puente street. Mr. Quiucy is the author of the "Voluntary Guarantee Bill," which will probably become a law at the next session of the Kansas state legislature. Covina lost a good citizen on Saturday when Henry Frey and family left for their former home in Cbickasha, Ukla. Mr. Frey came to Covina a little over one year a^o, purchasing a valuable property on Citrus avenue. Thia he recently sold when he decided to return to Oklahoma to look after his extensive holdings in that state. George Covert, real estate agen t, had the misfortune to run with his auto into the rear of Contractor Alli- Hon's hnggy on Citrus avenue on Tuesday evening, smashing both hind wheels of the buggy. Miss Pauline, Allison was alone in the buggy at. the time but escaped without. Hcrat'-h. The accident seemed unavoidable and Contractor Allison exonerates Mr. Covert from all blame. .Atni'jiig the real estate transfers this week, the Sanders Healty Company ref/oris the sale of a ten-acre ^rove near San iJiman, the property of M.. M. Heath, to (ieor(.'e L. Varbrough of L:;s Anyeles. .Seven and one half acres of the place are planted to thirteen year old Vali-ncias, \\itha crop uii the tree.-, v. hi'-n conservative e<-t iiiiators value a! •']•/"'.). 'i he I,hi i n na '• i- ii. A11-. •led v. it Ii I ne real !ii in ',1 V. liald OUR AMIS: Warner, Wfiitsel & Co. Brown & Bonn Pomona Sanitary Laundry B. F. Thorpe made a business trip to Fillmore this week. Bnef and tomato bouillon at Mattison's, corner Citrua avenue and Batlillo street. Ice cream and sweet things. Mrs. M. E. Clifford wishes to announce that she is prepared to innko ladies' tailor-made coats and skirts i at her home on Cottage Drive. | Frank Stevens, who has been seriously ill for about ten days with cyanide poisoning, contracted while fumigating, is a little better. Miss Ida May Benjamin desires through the columns of the Argus to thank her Covina friends for their kind assistance in securing for her one of the Times' scholarships. Mrs. Gilpin Pitcher of Kansas City, Mo., who with her husband baa been touring California for the 'pant three months, spent Wednesday with her friend, Mrs. S. C. Asher. Miss Jiumiie Riggins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kiggins, leaves on Monday on a visit of several months with friends and relatives at her former home in Waco, Texas. J. C. Jackson, formerly a resident of this city, and brot-her-in-law of City Marshal Mehnert, arrived this week from the state of Washington, where he has been engaged in business for several years, if he can Hud a business opening iu Covina he will again make it his homo, Mrs. Jackson preceded her husband here by several months, being the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Mehnert. The Argus of Oct. '5 contained a notice of a quince grown on the ranch of R. C. Casad, which measured over 13 inches in circumference and weighed 18 ounces. This record was broken this week by Mr. J. N. Manrer with a quince measuring over H inches in circumference and weighing 20 ounces. It was grown on the ranch of his sou, Phillip Maurer. The Rev. H. W. White's Sunday- school class has been divided, the boys organizing into the Baraoa class with the following officers: President, Mr. Gass; seoretaryy. Elmer King; and the girls into the Philathea class with the following .officers: President, Miss Mat.tie Breakoy; secretary, Miss Ruth Loebrick; treasurer, Miss Minu Ca.-Jy. Miss Bess Mathilde Welch, the gifted Los Angeles vocalist, has been offered and accepted the leadership of the Covina Methodist choir. She was present for the first time on Sunday morning and sang a duet with Mr. J. M. Whitsel. Under her leadership, the singing will bo made an important feature of the Sunday services. it will be remembered that MJHS Welch last summer gave "The Holy City," which was such a pronounced musical success. For some months, Dr. Rnxie 10. Bates of East College street lias been in ill health, and Hcventl weeks ago it was deemed advinablo that she should be under the constant observation of a pbyHician, and to thin end she went to the Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles. The doctoi'H diagnosed her ease aH a disease, of the gall bladder and last, week she underwent, a inoHt. ferinuH operation. The operation wa.'i eminently KiiccetiHlul and iit a few weeks the doctor will return to Covinu and her ninny friends at-ain in perfcci health. J. D. Webb of Dexter street, who with his family became a resident of our city only a few weeks ago, had Die misfortune to meet, with a serious accident on Sunday, by being thrown from a buggy at the junction of Gladstone and Citrus avenues while driving with Mr. Matt Chilton. They met, an auto on Gladstone avenue and Mr. Chilton got, out of the huguy to lead the horse, which had become restless, past, the. auto, the driver having slopped the machine- for re pairs at. the. side of the road. After paf-.sirit', the borne plunged and broke fiorn Mr. Chilton a-id instead of making the turn at, Citrus avenue, plunged into the irrigation dilcb, Mr. Webb being thrown out, Mril'.ing his head on a cement, wall at, the side of the road, intl if t in;/ -even- -.<•;• |p v. olindr. I n.au .'.,!.-. unconscious loi I '•; !••, 11; ut r -f. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, ANIi I.1ST YOl'K 1'NOl'KKTY Office with A. M. Ponce. Kced Hlk. COVINA, CAI,. The INybo Studio 841."j Ar.usii Avc.. A7.ii.sa, Cal. FREE! Mix postal cards to each person sitting for ;i dozen of our $5 cabinet photographs, now reduced to £3.00 during September ami October. ancfc of the pl Vai'l.i ' ,\iu\, i T Ins The in jui nciii-ly tl.ii i y Ijjoveij to til.-. i:i|.idly i e;•<.', .Mr ".VI,!,, u ( l-nt I.V |.lllci K ni:-. I iilii !;. tl - ;' Hi: v.as re iiil i'r. now ! hi) hhf.'-k. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. For Sale- A good second-hand surrey. C. H. Kisller. It For Halo--A good 1200 11). hni'HO. C. H. Kistlor. It Want 84000 building loan for business; block. Interest monthly. K, Box 8, Covina. Next, season may bo dry -anyway a cement pipe line ia a good thing. B. F. Thorpe. Tel. 4037. It, Furnished rooms for rout. Apply to Mrs. Martha Hibsuh, Cottage Drive. tf For Sale-—-Pumpkins by the ton in the field or delivered. Telephone .'IKHi, C. E. Irwiu. 10-17p For Sale,—An elegant residence property, just completed, a bargain. Jerome Roynold.4, White Minorca etrgs, 15 to the setting, 81. SO. C. D. Daniels. Phono 11RO. tf Thoroughbred White Leghorn e«gs 01 sottiiiK, 83 per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone 1261. tf For Sale—Railroad ticket to Topeka, Kaua. Will sell cheap. Phono 1210. If you have a good ^second-band 'heating stove, cast iron preferred, for sale, phone 97. It , For Sale—A number 1 work horse at half price, 860. He can be aeon at Mr. Cu» m Lorn, Charter Oak. 10-24 "Sagene" Hair Food and "Sagono" Pile Salve are home products, made in Covina. Get them at NHSII'H. GOe. For Sale— One good all around horse, weight MOO pounds. Covina phono 147. Itp Plant Hweet pea seed now for spring blooming. The Covina Floral Nursery has choice seed for Hale; also Bermuda lily bulbs. Itp Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. Mary B. Gray, first houno oast of WilHori'H paint shop, 10. liadillo street, tf For Hunt Furnished rooniH for light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. S. E. Coons, Went liadillo nil-eel, phone '1 \ H2. For Sale- A good gentle npiin of white ponies. Perfectly gentle. He mifc for women or children to ride or drive. C. II. KiHtler. It Surrey t'ood as new for nalo. Li«hl color leather upholstery. Will He.II cheap. R. M. Douglass. 'Phone !)7. It, For Kent- Five room collage on West Cv press avenue, water in bonne landall modern coin enicnccH. .\d !dri-fs 15. Miller, Phone ,MK18. tf Fur Sale Muscat, grapes for (able, drying and canning, delivered in box lots. Phone 5220, Gle.ndora. I. It, .Net/ley. KucalypliiH trees, 'J to 1 lei;I high for Hith: at a bargain. See Covina Floral NurHerieH for prici-H, Corner of First and Han Bernardino 1M. Itp Wanted Good rcHidenee propeil.y I in Covina in exchange, for a uniall, well improved alfalta ranch, inclnd io|) train, implements, etc. Jerome KeiitoIdH, Covina, Lout On 5:;ji"j Pacific, Flecti ic cur, September 2Mlh, Indies' band bii^ containing puire v, ith money and ^old watch. Finder please leturn In JJnldv, in pohlolllcu or Cot ina post olli.-e, Itp I n/'iiiald iV I5,nry of Pasadena I'.:;!, n.i.ney on laiichch and iin|,rov ed ; < ^ I estate at, lowest cnrient lalcn. 'A ijti• i.i t> lej.honc I lieu; nt. |'in;ul"oa , : <all up .). '.V. Prentl-i, Co; in;. I I;- 1.1 '.: i ': 1, aid ark to ha 1 , e a \> \,n: :-• :,r,.» i -, e t t|,i til in call on ;<.••<. tf THE Covina Peoples Store (1 NOOK POK.\TKll) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY Although we do not sell WET GOODS, we dcTsell DRY GOODS for wet weather and WARM GOODS for cool weather. Knit Wool (icniKintown Fascinators 25c to SI.00 Knit Wool Gennuntown Shawls (oc. to 1.50 Knit Wool Gcrmantowii Haby Bootees 15c to .50 Knit Wool Germantown Jackets 25c to 1.50 Knit Wool Gcnnantown Mittens ... 25r. to 1.00 Knit Wool (lermanlown readies' (iloves U5c to 1.00 readies' Outing Ni^lU Gowns 50c to 1.50 And numerous oilier {food things. NO TROUiiLK TO SHOW GOODS LsruyQ'iy and Jutiomr,- There is a Play-Time, As Well as a Work-Time. Thti "C!roH>lng-Upi" must ederclse </ic muscle* along i<>itli the exercise of brain, t( they H>IH iloOclop into rtcll rounded men and nfornen. Sporting Goods For Play-Time. I hai)e Just rcQelOed a neii' line of Sporting Clooilt tlint t» up-tn-dnte and adapted to any pockatbook. HaOe a look at my n'indox' H>lth thu youngsters the cnmlng rteek. Do You Get Mad When You Are forced T« Pay a Bill the Secand Time? Isn't it exasperating when yon 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 BRASS mm and mm SHOP MANUfACTlMRS OF GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly Equipped for All Classes of Machine Work F.i' imal"H Furnished, THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. i'. l>f\i >t H jiue 1 'hone .2>V> Covina, C.tl. BiSfrVTHORPE CI-:«I:NT CONTRACTOR CEMENT IRRioATINQ PIPE A i: -.uc--, i arricd in sto< k. Y.:iv '.','. •• ' ,]-,.-.. /-.-.-• N..r "' '• i-' 1 '•'" ; " ; ''

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