Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 17, 1908 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, October 17, 1908
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##### Social (Hcws #####•#*##•# sic- ##*##•## The Kev. and Mrs. Alfred Fletcher and Mrs. ('has. (jiven were Kocsl.s at. a dainty Inneheon ^Ivnn hint Wed nesday by MIH. (Jeo. Middletoii of (,'harter Oak. The Rev. ai,d Mrw. Hairy White eritertained at, dinner on Wednesday evening, their ttueHlH bein^ Dr. .1. W. Wadinan of Hawaii and Mr. and Mr«. K. P. Watner. Mrs. Matt Chilian entertained at dinner yesterday, her HiicHt.H liein« Mr. atirl Mrs. KlrosNiiider and Mrs. Harder fif Lon^ lieach, an old friend fi'otn Oklahoma. Invitations have been i.HHiied fur a dance to be (,'ivfii Halurday, Oct. .'ilst, in the (ilendora Opera by the "II I'enferoKo" club. The rliib membeiH are W. L. Howard, J)r. H. M. (,'ouller, Hu^h Oordon, Uana C. Kin«. (J. P. Miller and I). A. Ueardslee. Narnen ^iven an patroneH: o t are Mrnes. I'ViHter I'lll iot.t, J'-red II. Lovell, Uana C. Kin«. I. ,1. Mandeville, H. M, Coulter, Wallace L. Howard, W. P. Nyc. It, I.s intended to ft I v<! a .season series of dunces. A four-piece orchenlia han been initialed. A pleasant, receplion was «iven last Saturday evening in the hi^h .school auditorium, Ihr' parents of (lie scholars beiiiK the invited ^nest.H. '1'he hall VUIH laHtefnlly decorated with pepjier houghs, palm branches and red (/eraniiiniH and the Moor spread with pretty ru^s HO as to hide the evidences of the daily xi'i'i'l. Class Hongs and yells were iiitersperned with numbers by the orchestra under the able leadership of Mr. Hubert Philleo. There was plenty of time for conversation and the "freshies" v, ere introduced socially to their Hchool males. Mr. and MJ-H. Kd Piall.oi 1 were the delightful recipientH cf a pleasant surprise on Wednesday evening when their beautiful new home on Double avenue was invaded by a paity of about, twenty friends, who came to celebrate the werldinn anniver.'iary of their host and hostess. The company met at, tint homo of Mrs. H. M. Cook and brought with them a beautiful fern and a goodly supply of ico cream mid cake. Those present were Mines. I. 1. Cook, H. M. Cook, Cnpron and Burpee, Mr. and Miss ilaHtitiKM/Dr. and MI'HH Arum Merron, the MlasoH Abbio arid Mamie Cook, Messrs. and MUIOH. CliipP, Crook, (iriswold, Potter, Klliott and Mr. KrnmoDH Cook. IRWI.NDALE. H. Miller returned from KIIIIMI.H City yeHtenlay. Minn Marion Canfleld of Alhainbra i.s the gueHt of her aunt, Mrs. U. J<eic;)iard. MTH. Meig.s of Ocean I'ark is a guest at, the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kobert. Kdgar. MIIICH. Davepport and IJrewster of Trot ieo are of MIH. (J. N. I. nun. Mr.H. Alexander IUIH relui ned from Uplanil, where Hhe ha^ been viHiling relativeN. Mrs. ("opidand id' Alhainbra SVIIH the guiHt ou WediieNilay of MI-H. M. K. (.'oll'man. The MarliMu Japaiietie ramp was robbed on ThurMilay of ln;it w.'ck. The thieveM not away with 61lii), t'oiii watcihes and Httveral valuable Mis. M. Mi I 'ei 1 entertained yesterday with an elegantly appointed luncheon, her guentH being Mmew. ilrewHter and Davenport of Tropioo, J'nvendorf and Luiiu. The Kev. Winlluld Soott, major and ex chaplain of the U. S. Army, and Mrs. Henlt are week end uuestH at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (!. T. Urov-n. ftlrti. Seult in Mr. Urown'^ cousin. Air. and Mrs. C. H. Colfman will leave for the north next Monday, Tho latter in a delegate to the grand chapter of the (). K S. in Sau Fran einco ami they will also sisit rein lives in Santa Rosa and Sacramento. The Hi. si meet ing this season of the -Miscellany Club was held Tuusda.y afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Kdgar. The program SMIS devoted to a .spirited disciiesioii of the various political platforms, which WIMC icp lesuntef! as follows: Republican. Mit-h Urown ; Democrat, Miss 1 icvendorf ; .Socialist, Miss Mchibbin; I'n.hibi tion, Mrs. Swallow. Next Tuesday evi.'iiiug iheru will be an open meet ing at the home of Mis. De\end><il, the ufl'air I.CSI.'L; a I lal I.. ',s e'en |'iri\. CHARTER OAK. Mrs. <>. M irlrllctoti ( willi <i rhiinty Inriclifi/n mi W <hiy bifit, h'-r K'l'-sfs bcitiK UK; find Mrs. Klf-lohfr atir] Mrs. ('. f I). K. Krlwnrrln of Lna /\nu«l»!s, n mfinhrr of thr- Ij'isir-'l of public work*, IIJIH sold to K. H. Skinner, ;I)HO of Los ,\TiKi'l»'H, i!0 fiRrr-s of nnirnprnvorl Ifirifl lii'ic, (;i,tisi<li!tnt,ifin ?.")0(;0 a};-}]. Mr. HkinniT will plnnt n»!xt Miring l.o VfibiiH'iiiH f>ml U'lnmiH, iinrl will providf! his imn wdtcr stonk 'J'hr: I'M lo usiH ru!if](f throng}) tho ogfincy of H. H. VViinl. A moon li(.;!il ("imping p;irty \<;is f:?i- joyiid (in M'.nflfiy rivfiiiiiiK hy M<'HHr.s. mid Mirif"«. Hrnilh, H. (,'ol«; aiiij nephew niirl Mrs. iJoylo. They slept all nil/hi in Hie hills Month of I'm] dini/htoiu; MIK] wriiit, hunting fiirly next morning. MIH. II. O. Miioe giive n party on Wedlienihiy evening to c'l'li.-hial.n her hiiHljiinrl 'H hirf htltiy. A very plfiiHiint, evening WHH i-ipenl, [iml rfifreflhinonlH of hot tarnalf.H, HiitiilvviclicH fitid roffee (MljmcrJ. Till! gllOfilH VJt'.ri! Ml!H«rH. mid Mm (:.'). Hlowisll, W. (i. Smith, MonlKiimery, Kent, fJoff of (Jlcn- dorn, and Kendall of (/ovina. Mrs. Arllinr Hall, Mi<-:n Hall, Mr«. Arthur 1,'ire and her iniithur, Mrn. •lorrlan, nil of A I haiiihra, WITH (>IIC.S!H thiH «•?•!• !•: of MIH. H. A. Klmvrll. I5eautiful Mats. The .\:H\\H deHiie.H to call I hi; KJIW,- lal ntlenl ion of I(H rendern this week to (hi! many hc;iiil iful hate find styles now carrioi] li.y Mins Kara Ucckard at IIIT parloi'H on N. (Jllins aviiniir.'. Hhu c.nrricH the hirgOHl, and nioHl, complete Hlofik of millinery ever brought into this valley and there in no C.XCIIHC for any lady going to Low AngeluH or elHCwhore to purcliiiHi; her fall ha!., I.J.V the flr'Ht of next, month Ken- knid will be located in new <|U!irtnrH in the Puller Mock, which !H now he- ing retuudeleil,enlarged and decoraterl for her occupancy. Important Change. An important hiiHliiOH.s chaiitre thin week i.s the Hale Ijy .lumen (Jorbet.t of IUH hhickHmith whop, VV. Uadillo Htreot, to A. ,J, .Kookn, practical IdaokHinith and hoi'Hualiour. Mr. Corbel t IHIH many frioads In Covina who will he pleased to learn Unit although ho hns sold his business, bo does not intnrid to leave this locality, but will devote his time to the improvement of hiH ranch on Gladstone avenue, which ho will plant this year to Mr. Koiik.s, who with hiw family resides on Cottage, will make a welcome addil ion to the ijnsincHS ciicle of our cit.y, Public Well Pleased. A lar^e and appreciative audience enjoyed the entertainment given by tliey-uiing IIICII'H aHwocial ion, known an the Cuvina Christian Culture and Athletic cluh, hunt evening in the U'omtuiH CluhhouHe. Tho musical numliei'H weie well rendered l>y the orchestra under the leadership of Ro- Ijert I'hilleo, and vtiml and in Hlruiiiental HnloH were \\ell received. Tlnj cornet .solo by Prof. K. W. (iroum, wns a number of exceptional nn.nii'al inciil, Tim numliera by the (.Ice (M lib were much appreciated. The physical culture work on (ho hori- •/.nnliil I,nr, pai ticipal ed in by vnun^ men iiudi'i- the direction of Oliver Lujjiic, \\iis enjoyed by everyone. PofeHHor A. II. ColliiiH, uinlor wliotie direction !he unterlaiii- ninnt UIIH put mi, explained the object of the club, iiinl this allair now placiis the club definitely before the ('t)vlna public. No. \.V~'> IN THK StJPKRIOR COTJRT OF THp; STATK OF CALIFORNIA, IN ANO FOR THK COKNTY OF LOS ANGFvLES. NOTrCI', Ol-' KKAK'NI, Ol- I'K'flTION I-'OK I'KoHATi''. oi- \vn.i,. In flic matter <A the «:stati- of Coluni- hiiH C. Hoh;inn;in. i)r:c.i-;is'rfl: Noiicc is hercliy ^ivco that the petition of Mnry V,. 1'otKinnnn for thi: pro hate of the will of Columbus C. H"- h;ino;in, deci:;isi;fl. :iii»l i'or lh«' issuance of letters ti:stam!-nt:iry tViere'.ii to Mary K. Hchannan, v.-ril he heard at 10 o'clock, on tlur 1'nil 'lay of November, 1'JOH, at the court room of de- parimcut 2 of tiv Superior djurt of I<os Atij/eleH cotinfy. California. Dated Oct. I.S. i'WH. C. C,. KKVKS. County C!'-rk. Hy \V. I/. 'A'arfjn, deputy. A. M. fence, attorney tor petitioner. Notice to Creditors. fvstate of Henry Gahrin(f, deceased. Notice in hereby ^iven by the under- si(fnod .'idministrat.or of the- estate of Henry fjahriiu; derr.a.sed, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims a^aitint the deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator of the above named estate, at the law office of (iro. L. Sanders, Room .}2i \ViIrox I'.eildin^, Los An- celc-s, <'ounty of Los Angeles, State of (California, which place is hereby ces- iifiialed as tin: place of business of said estate. Oated this 2oth day of Septemficr, m*. \v. A". LAMLF;Y. Administr.itor of aforesaid estate, (ieo. L. Sarulers, atto»-t:-oy for said admi uistrator. Plumbing Plumbing Materials PIPE WATER SEWER ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS We contract to furnish all the materials and do the work or furnish the materials only. GET OUR PRICES JAMES W.HELLMAN Hardware, Stoves, Etc. 157-161 North Spring St. LOS ANGKLKS Stockholders' Annual Meeting. To the stockholders of the Covitin (iarajje A Machine Shop Association: 1'h ase Uike notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Covina (iarajp: iV Machine Shop Association will be held at the office of the corporation, in the city of Covina, Los Angeles county, California, on Monday, the '>th day of N'ovemtn-r, 1'Ktt, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of electing directors and for the transaction of such othe 1 " business as may properly come before' the meeting. H. M. (ilVKX, Secretary. Notice. To the stockholders of the Cypress Avenue Water Company, Inc. Notice is hereby tfiven of a special stockholders' meeting of the Cypress Avenue Water Company, Inc., to be held Monday, October 26th, 1008, at 2 p.m., at the company's pumping- plant, at Irvvindale. California, at which time the said stockholders will take tip the question of the sale of property belonging 1 to said company, and to transact such other business as may come before the meeting. Per order, J. H. Simpson, prcsit'ent. \i. I). Woodworth, secretary. Assessment Notice. Coviun Valley das Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of I<os Angeles, State of California. Notice i.s hereby given that at a regular meeting of the directors, held on the twenty fourth clay of September, 1'iOK, an assessment (No. 5) of three (3) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the above named Corporation, at the secretary's ofllce at Covina, County of I.os Angt les, State of I'ali- toruia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Jml day of November, l'i(W, shall be delinquent and atlvi'i'tiM'd for .sale at pubHi; auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 2(>t'.i dav of November, I'KiM, ;it ten o'clock in the toreiioon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of l.os Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assi's.suiout, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. C. F. Clapp, Secretary. Covina, Cal., September 25, I'HKS. IN TII1C SrPKKloK COURT OK THK STATK OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THK COUNTY OF I.OS ANCKLKS IiKK TO rilloW I'.U'SK WHY OKIU'K l > V SAI.K t'l' KH.-Y1. KSTATK ANP I'KN- SII.NAl, I'KOI'ltN TV SIHU'I.I) Mil' UK MA IIIC. hi thi' matter of the eit.ite of lii-urgi- Smith, derea.M'd. 1T Is OK ui'K i-:n, by the t'otirt, all person^ i n UTi'sti'd in tho cst.iti' ni .said deceasi'd, appear lu'tuiv' said Siipi'rinr Court on M.Midas-, tin- 2i.ih das of Oi.'tnlii-r, l { inr\ at In oVlm \ a. in. of said dav, at the Co.irt RIM.III of I said Superior Court, IH'partuu-ht - ! theri'i'f, in tho Court House in saul' Counts of I.os Augok's, State <u California, to »ho\v cause why an order .slu uld not lu % granted to the administrator of said estate to sell 5.. miu'h id tlu- ival estate and personal prun- i'1'tv of said di'i'i'asi'il as may bo iii'cos- s.ll V. And that a cops of (his or.'.or be pub- !i->l;ril al li-as! four -.n.-oi'isi\ > .1 A Delinquent Notice. Office of tin: ('ovina Irrigating Company, principal pl;i<:e of business, (Jri- viua, Rowland Towmhiti, County of Los Angeles, State of California. There ;ire delinquent on the^follo-.v- ing described stoe.k on ace >unt o^f ;is- | sessmeiit No. 46, levied on September Hth, \'K>H, the several amounts set. opposite the names of the respective shareholders as follows: Name No. No. Amt. Cert. Shrs. H. Martin Cole 21."ID In 3.S.OO John H. firosvu 17.-":-t • ~> -2. r i) Mabel A. Wliitc 21.i2 10 .-".Ml And in accordance with law and ;ni order of the board of directors, made ou theHth ilay of Sejitember, A. I). I'.'OS, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be -.old at public auc.t io" at the ol'licc of l In- company in Covina, California, the second day of November, A. i>. 1')i;H, at the hour ot 2 o'clock p. m. of said flay, to pay said delinqnenl assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. 15. F. KDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Cal., Oct. 14, l')08. 1909 Model Kissel Thirty Motor--4;.(.\4;.{—30 h. p. Wheel I3asc--K.)7 in. Floating 1 Rear Axle. I Meain Front Axle. Selective Transrcission. Rear Springs ]i Eliptic. Weight—2000 Ibs. Timkcn Roller Hearings. Wee-els- .12x3;<-. Speed- -45 miles per hour. Kissel Thirty Roadster $1500 Kissel Thirty Surrey $1550 REO Garage COVINA Edwards & Wildey (o. "It Pays to See Us" Real Estate COVINA ORANGE AND LEMON LANDS A SPECIALTY D. W. MacDonald, Resident Agent Residence I 1 - blocks south of car line on Harrauca. Phone 1259 Los Angeles office, 232 Laughlin Bldg. Kxchanges mado for you of all kinds. N. It. If you want quick results list yi'iir property with MacDoiiald. A. J. ROOKS All kinds of general atid heavy Blacksmithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks and Box Presses horseshoeing a Specialty home Phone 63 Shop West Badillo St, Csvinn IK YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING dittie, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. M. C. H. Kistler 'i n n:;ik.> iii. ' 1 >:t^i !.••" V. I t.tllinu i:; i A: .Visi<'.-., ,">i.'i 1 [ A Harked Characteristic of the New Samples. Conccring the lower heels shown in men's shoes a recognized authority in the production of such goods had the following to say: "This change in heels is the most marked characteristic of the new samples just going before the retail trade arid the accompanying flat-shank effects are another common-sense feature of better grade shoes for the so-called sterner sex High heels and long arches have been responsible for manj- broken-down feet. To express it differently, too many shoes carrying low arches huve been lilted with hecb 1 1-4 and 1 1-2 inches in height when they never should have had heels over an inch or an inch and an eighth high at the outside. The distance from the high built peg heel to the ball of the foot has been too far—too much of a bridge—with the result that very many feet have been unable to withstand the strain and have given away causing a wholly unnecessary amount of flatfoot. This, in turn, has created a demand for foot- support, which never would have been required had proper attention on the part of manufacturers, dealers and the general public been accorded this important item of shoemaking, comfort and health. Shoes are being built larger, flatter, and we bclive that this tendency is only in its inception. Designers and manufacturers of shoes have accomplished untold damage with narrow heel seats and narrow bottoms until those styles have gone out, or, to speak more correctly are going out. Shoe shapes which are practical from the standpoint of comfort and utilitj- cannot be said to pass out of style. It is only the razor toes, the needle toes and similar abortions which are thrown permanently in the junk pile never to be resuscitat. cd." We Sell the Good Kinds. BROADWELL Covina C'O-V'E'R'T has sold $75,000 worth of paying orange aud lemon groves in the past month. The man wh ^ sells is the man you want to list with. Want to sell your ranch? Want to sell anything? Doing business when others are idle. George Covert Office on Citrus Avenue 11-7 We Arc Told That Taft Will Be Elected But business is going to be good anyway. Business is good with us now. We have the largest stock in the San Gabriel Valley of Builder's Hardware, Tools, Oils, Glass, Stoves, Heateas and Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, Cutlery, Gloves, and House Furnishing Goods. Inspect our stock of scissors and pocket knives. Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL, Plowing Season Again Make up your mind to have >ome new n;achinerv. Save time, labor -it;u worry by ordering your tanning tools of u>. Gang Plows, Sulkies, Disc and Walking Plows Every kind of a vehicle or farming implement that you want. Sc is: I'. •. .'.IKUI. HI* ',-:. M-ar S. P. I-'. ;, !NA. CAL.

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