Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 24, 1908 · Page 5
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c Events, Leslie Falconer and family of '• Puente street have removed to Vumn. \ ..'• ; High School orchestra at Club I House Oct. 30th. Don't miss it. j The Sunday-school of the Christian Church ia holding a picnic today in Walnut Park, south of town. J. P. Finley and family of First street have left Covina to take up their residence in Los Angeles. Mines. Skellenger and Buckingtou of Los Angeles were guests ou Tues day of Mrs. A. Fletcher. Mrs. James Reeves and baby of Los Angeles have been visiting raln- tives in Covina the past week. Mrs. C. J. Brandt and daughter Miss Josie visited relatives in Los Angeles the first of the week. D. E. Lunn of Downey was a week end guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood. Hear Mr. Williams and the High School orchestra at the Club House Got. 30th. Reserved seats at Clapp's. Holy Trinity Church Guild met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Buller at Hotel Veudome. Mr. and Mrs. H. Knight of Los Angeles, with their daughter, Mrs. W. W. Chase, made a Hying auto trip to Covina on Wednesday. Eev. A. M. White is enrolled as a student o>' the Berean Bible School of the East Los Angeles Church of the Brethren. Mrs. F. J. Cliue is the guest of Mrs. Phil Clapp at Ocean Park, while Mr. Clapp is the guest of her husband iu Coviua. The Amphion Club will hold its first meeting of the season on Friday next, Oct. 30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kerckhoff. Messrs. Herman Allison ofCrowell, Texas, and Edwin Sanders of Los Angeles are guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sanders. Mrs. Crabtree of San Diego arrived ou Thursday to make a long visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. G. Couley. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church held an all-day meeting iu the church parlors ou Wednesday Miss Sallie Bonner of Los Angeles arrived ou Wednesday to spend a few days with her friend, Miss Lilian Douglass. The many friends of Dr. Roxie Bates will be glad to hear that she is recovering rapidly and will be back in Covina in about two weeks. Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Evans were luncheon guests of Mr. Ralli on Wednesday last, to meet his guest, Mr. C. Livingstone of Los Angeles. Union revival meetings by the Christian, Metbod'st, Presbyterian and Baptist Churches have been conducted every evening of this week in the Presbyterian Church. Next week thf;y will be held in the Christian Church. Mrs. C. A. Loud of Los Angeles was the gnest from Saturday to Tuesday of her friend, Mrs. N. D. Mussey. Mis. Lound was a passenger on the car which was struck lightning and was severely affected by the shock, which struck her watch. From Coviua she proceeded to Pomona, where she is the guest of her Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths entertained on Wednesday at their beautiful homa, the ir guests being Mr. and Mrs. J. M. KUIIH of (Ilendora, Mr. and Mrs. .). 11. Kdwards of Los Angeles and Mr. ben Coons of Los Angeles. Mr, Edwards is connected with the liock Island rail roar! ««d Mr. Coons WHS one of the founders of the Covina Country Club. An elegant nine course luncheon was served, the table being adorned with a center piece of exquisite pannies and maidenhair fern. Afterwards the party attended the. Republican rally at Covina and ala<i at. (ilendora and Axusa. A delightful aftei-iionn wa& ftpent on Tuesday in the r,;irl<.i-H of the Chribiiiin Church, \\ln-n Mines F. Bishee, Milton Aiinf.1 .mil MJ.--.S lllit- Slai.toM fllU-I iitil.t -d the Ciailll- loll HUIM|H\ -s-.chool. There Idren nnilt-r three it il i I.I II' lUOl l.l'l f. ; i n v, tii- C t i •», i a 11 i,. < Yi ll Hi '.1:1..'i High School entertainment, Oct. 30th. Edward FltzOernld will leave to- 1 morrow for Seattle. i F. T. Widuey of Los Aupeles was a 'weekend guest of his sister. Mrs. : R, O. Simpson. C. O. Glover while iu Los Angeles last Sunday, was unfortunate enough to lose his gold watch. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller are spending a few days with friends iu Tnglewood and Hollywood. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Maechtlen at Sau Diego, Oct. 5th, a daughter. Beef and tomato bouillon at Mat- tieon's, corner Citrus avenue and Badillo street. Ice cream and sweet things. No better entertainment will be offered Co\ina this season than the dramatic read in us of Mr. Williams, assisted by the High School orches- tia. Prof, nud Mrs. Chas. T, Thorpe of Los Angeles are the proud parents of a handsome young lady who arrived on Thursday by way of the stork route. Mr. George B. Williams comes with highest commendations from Masonic and J.O.O.F. lodges and from women's clubs and high schools from New York to too Pacific. Womans Club House Oct. 30th. Mr. and Mrs. John Seal and family of PittBburg, Pa., have arrived to locate in Covina. Mrs. Seal is the sister of Mrs. G. F. Stevens, mother of Mrs. Frank Ilouser. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brunjes and Miss Meta Bruujes returned last Tuesday from Sau Francisco, where ,hey have been attending the Masonic irand Lodge and Grand Chapter, O.E.S. Rev. W. F. England of Lordsburg conducted the morning services at the Church of the Brethren on last Sunday and with his wife was euter- aiued at the hojie of Rev. and Mrs. F. Chotuberlen. Miss Heath, teacher of the sixth grade at the grammar school, sprain- d her ankle badly by slipping off the school steps ou Wednesday afternoon as she was assembling her class to greet the governor. The injury is not serious and with the help of a pair of crutches, she was back at school next moraing. )llis ShiqpbcrdJ c?,\yyoBjiug arrived in Covina this week expecting to visit his aunt and unole, Mr. and Mrs. J. Crouch, who have removed to the northern part of the state. The young man, who was on his way to South America, was hospitably entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Glover, relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Crouch. R. A. Rowland left the early part of this week for Coalioga in the interests of the California Oil Lands Company. Mr. Rowland has been appointed secretary of the Homestead company, a subsidiary organization to the California Oil Lands Company, and in that capacity will represent them at Coalinga. Mr. Rowland recently returned from a trip to Bakersfleld and the oil fields of Kern county. On Tuesday evening, Prof. Karl Leebrick, the popular young teacher of the grammar school, was giucted with a surprise parly by Homo of his young friends, about thirty being present. The gathering was in celebration of his birthday and also that of his brother, Sarn, which came the next day. Refreshment of cocoa and cake were served. Mr. Leebi'ick was the recipif-nt of a number of tokens of affection. OUR Warner, WtiiUel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry You'll be sorry if you miss the concert and dramatic recital Oct. 30th. Dramatic recital at Club House Oct. 30th. Benefit of high school Cardinal. Miss Gladys Steel of Long Beach Is a guest at the home of htr cousin, U. K. Kring. Mrs. T. I. Cook entertained last night with a family dinner party in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Capron of Chicago. Rev. Peter Forney of Glendale, Arizona, has been the guest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. William As- cheubrenner. Mrs. Helen Andrews of Faigo, S. Dakota, is visiting with her niece, Mrs. E, A. Rich. She will make an indefinite stay. Mrs. M. O. Evans arid her mother, Mrs. O'Neil, of Riverside, spout yesterday and today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. (.1 Ouster. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clifford entertained a few of their friends on Monday evening at their home, Cottage Drive, domes were enjoyed and refreshments served. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Suavely was badly burned on Monday o£ this week. The child pulled a pan of boiling water over upon its arm, causing severe burns. Joseph Peflly and family of Denver, Colo, have moved to Coviua to take up a permanent residence. The family has relatives here , being connected with John Smeltzcr. Mi. Harry Shank of Los Angeles has been the auest of his sister, Mrs. Fred Huff, for a few days. He expects to leave shortly for San Fran- uisco, whore he will take a course in uu architectural school. The Ebell club, Redondo F. A A. M. and Loa Angeles J.O.O.F. lodges speak in extravagant terms of Mr. Williams' ability as n dramatic reader. Vvuumut» Club House, Cot. 30rb. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM. ANI> LIST VOl'K 1'NOI'KKTY Office with A. M. Pence, Weed Hlk. COVINA, CAL,. The Nybo Studio 841'. A/.usa Ave., Axusa, Cal. FREE! Six postal cards to each person sitting for a dozen of our JS cabinet photographs, now reduced to £3.00 September and October. A pleasant entertainment WHS that given by the young ladies of Ihe. Li^b ! school on Saturday last, when they entertained their M'lil letnen M:h»<il- mates. Jo the auditorium, gay with flowers, merry guiiien wen: playc'l, intci'dpeised willi uiat-.s songs, and a cafeteria lunch SVHH served. The young men were, in turn, 8i;i/ed and weighed and taxed in proportion to tin: avoiidupuis; res.'It, the proceeds netted a HIIIII of 6 11.1:0, whioh \VIIH handed O\M to the tieahiirer of the football club. Constable f. C. Fnnl.y, real ct-.luti-. dealer anil liT.il insurance man, now liHri no office, nil (.'iiiu.-i a\enue. Iliat is the eir.v i.t all Ilie im<n of lii.i crtifl. The mother and two sisters of Deputy Sheriff George Van Vliet arrived yesterday from the old homo in Missouri to visit. The ladies experienced a pleasant trio, and will remain in Southern California for the winter. W. A, Jones, who recently purchased the Clizbe ranch, has moved into the fine residence ou the property and henceforth will be known as a permanent resident here. Mr. Jones is engaged in personally superintending the work in his orchards. The Ladies' Guild of the Holy Trinity Church, JOpiscopal, are planning the annual festival-fair, whiol will bo hold on November 12th ii the Woman'H Club House. Thr feature of the occasion will bo the sale of goods in the form of a depart rnent store. Mrs. Ella P. Huhbard IH making improvements to the hounn on hi r orange grove on West Cypress avenue, formerly occupied by Ben F. Thorpe A new foundation haw been put in and the house is being painted. The garden will bo improved with a new lawn. When completed it, will be oc cnpicd by Mr. Frank Pbilleo. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. For Sale Modern seven room residence, just, completed. A bargain. Jerome Reynolds. Want S'lOOO building loan for nisinesH block. Interest monthly. i. Box 8, Covina. Thoroughbred White Leghorn eggs 01 setting, $11 per 100. H. E. Ward, Charter Oak. Phone J'2<>1. tf For Sale- A number 1 woik horse it half price, 8(iO. Ho can bo neon it Mr. Chambers, Charter Oak. 10-24 "Sagone" Hair Food and "Sagone" Pile Salvo are borne products, made in Covina. Got thorn at, Naah'n. fJOc. Walnuts for sale. Mile and one- half wr>«t on San Bernardino. Address M. H. Perry, Covina, Cal. A 1 Walnuts for sale. Any quantity. BR1MBLE RANCH, 'Baninoa St. South from end of oar line, lip WANTED- Covina property in exchange for small improved alfalfa ranch including team and tools, etc. Jerome Reynolds. For Sale- Team of horses, or will sell one horse. Weight between eleven and twolvo hundred. Address Alex Lee, or telephone 147, Table/board by the meal or wook. Mrs. Mary B. Gray, first house east THE * Covina Peoples Store g * 8 * 2 w J 3 w. * * (INCORPORATED) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY Although we do not sell WET GOODS, we do sell DRY GOODS for wet weather and WARM GOODS for cool weather. ' * * Knit Wool Ciennantown Fascinators 25c to $1.00 Knit Wool Ciennantown Shawls (>5c to 1.50 Knit Wool Ciennantown Baby Hootcts 15c to ,50 Knit Wool Ciennantown Jackets 25c to 1.50 Knit Wool (Icrinantown Mittens 25e to 1.00 Knit Wool Ciennantown Ladies' (Moves 25c to 1.00 Ladies' Outing 1 Niyht downs 50c to 1.50 And numerous otlicr yood things. NO TKOUI5UC TO SHOW (1OODS of Wilson's paint shop, B. Badillo street, tf For Sale—Team of horses, weight 3100. Also harness. A bargain. Phono 04. Covina P.O. R. E. Mis Hcldine. tf For Rent—Five room cottage on West C>press avenue, water iu house and all modern conveniences. Address B. Miller, Phone 00118. tf For Sale Muscat grapes for table, drying and canning, delivered in box lots. Phono Ij'2'20, (ilendora, I. B. Net/ley. FIREWOOD FOR HALF' Dry pepper wood at the A'/IIHII Foothill Citrus Co.'H ranch. »(5. 00 per cord at the ranch, or 88.00 per cord delivered to you, See me at the ranch or call me on the Home phone. K. F. Tlni.vter. 10-31 Fil'/.Gerald & Harry of Pasadena bum money on ranches ami improved real estate at lowest current rales. Write or telephone, them at Pasadena nr call up J. W. I'rentiHH, Covina phone '2134, and auk to Imve n repre, senlative of the llrm cull on you. tf [RWINDALE. WilKori of of th thirlv live c (.Id presi lit J I'tl I i.: 1 .-: Ill ^ l..-in;. A n in and 1 lie!'-. cm.i, s .me .MC.t,. < \s 1. 1 ' • : ii-en ii liil ci., k .h,e i it ;,l: 1 II.- ing >. i I.t tl,B -1 ami 1: 1 hi- II:'. .-. in tin . 1 y; il \ ;!>•• Ill i ! e i, -. ,•,;•!•• l.i. I.L; i l-li- ?' i ' . 1 ' 1 1 1 • e I '. I.I..'. -.'. 1 ,.bll-: ill - t'.l Ihl:!!! • .|.i;-r j.'i' I 1 -- cuii. i-i'i t K.- .-. -.i.ny, i illlfl- A fit: K^ V ' " r,H-eu.»:tjt. It i i the loc.il ion toriiii-ilv held Mi.-. J,eel.riek'n in i I il ni-ry Mi.ie, ( Ma) p'- ill'llu' Kit,I e. I h Ir-fi }-. t III: ill -Ii an.I [;ani| Of ('< ii.-|.ai''., iinil I lie r n--' i s i •! ! - .1 V. . 1 ; . M--.I- I Mi'H. Cordelia Cily, Montana, with bur daughter ! buggy nnd two fioiiw, armed on .Thursday evening to visit her brother, Mi. Ii. Miller and family. Shu expects to locate permanent ly near her local relatives. MiHH Love Seymour of Pomona Colleue wan a week end guest of 1!. Miller and family. Chaw. Gordon, a bachelor living at the old Leech home, bail IMS hoiiho Militarized on Tlimxla.y during bin absence and was robbed of 8'20. This in the Hixlli robbniy here during the la^t HI X months. Ch:iH. Coltrin I.as left for Pirn, Ventura county, wl.eii: I if, will lak: For Sale One four'year-old mam, weight, lir.O. Well broko, doublo or f-in^l(^. One one ImrHO v,dt.'<iii, , mi.) tiinnle hel, wor'j linrneHH, one M i ICH : bu(.^'.V, «oofl MH ri'tw, one Mingle net hiiriiitHH, (.nn inlng plow, one w heel dan ow, etc, All in good condition. Inquire of Malt Cliiltnn, CypresH avenue, A Healthy Family. "Our whole f;imily lias enjoyed i;ood heallh since we liej.;;in usin^ l)r. Kin|;'n New Life I'ills, three ycaiv. ,i|;i.," says I< A. l!.irtlel, of Kural K^ute 1, (inile ft,rd, Mailc. They i;!':;nik.- and i»n- thc hy-.l'-ni in a (;ent!e v/.i y that do.-.« y<,u j;ood. 2 r .c. iit C.bipp's din;; -,1'ire. Covina Realty. Fine new H room if Mileiic modern i".i; venie.iicfh, orange Soap Soap Soap My line of soaps has been plckeil ii>llh an hiea o( pleasitiy eOery class nt soap user Imaginable, as n>ell as lit uopa n'ltlt Ihu peculiar ciinilttlons "f" CiiOina's ifater. Any price toap. Any scent of snap, Suiiptt that »'//' lather. Soaps that can bo usatl on baby H'ilhoul an after application of talcum pou'rier. Soaf>s that «'/// cut the areate anJ grit ol tha H><>rkitm man and leaila Muhanttn soft and if hit e, LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS AND I'll TELL YOU WHAT SOAP TO USK. Banking-Do Ysu Do Any? If not, why not? ; Did it ever occur to you that a bank account, even though it may be a small one, is the safest means of doing 1 business? Your checks arc the best receipts for all bills paid, and your funds will be neither lost nor stolen from our vaults. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 BRASS fMDRY and MAOli SHOP MANUFACTURES or GENERAL MANUFACTURING Thoroughly fk|iiippuil for All Classes of Machine Work R i\ (tor n & /V\ f\ ci o !,•,!; rn.. 1 . ' •. I 1 ''!! Ill -.'"' 'ITHE KBlAiMIIOMASON MFG. CO. IHTH, is 1,()(J(J. ',I.-, on Hiiilill line vn-.w BEN F. THORPE Ci./'.li NT COMWACTOI,' CI;MI;NT IRRKiAIIN<i .'•.!; . i /.•• . • 'I I I'l'-ll III ' i i i. • lxYini<>r •'! ('••.,• r.-tc Iliiii'lii!'.;

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