Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 7, 1908 · Page 5
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Mrs. H. J. Walton lias been ill nil the week. Mrs. C. A. Plant returned home last Tuesday from o six months' visit with relatives in Oakland. Miss Mvrtn Sturtevnut and Mr. Denning of Pasadena were guests last Friday of Dr. and Mrs. Jennings. Miss Crete King spent the week end with her friend, Miss Ethel Simpson, of Los Angeles. Miss Kitty Bashor was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Miller, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. G. VV. Hepner and Mrs. Jane Molntire are visiting friends in Inglewood for a few days. Mr. Chas. Holsman left Tuesday on a business trip to Redding. lie expects to be gone about ten days. Milton Conner of Los Angeles spent Sunday in Covina visiting hie friends, the Stnutons. Alfred Pletchei, Jr., has returned to San Francisco from Tacoma, Wash. He expects to return to Covinn soon after the Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mclntosb are back again fron Longniont. Colorado, and will spend the winter hero. The ladies of the Baptist Church will have their annual sale of work and entertainment Wednesday afternoon and evening, December 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and little daughter were guests last Saturday and Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mrs 1 . E. M. Wallace attended the Home Missionary Convention of the M. E. Church at Boyle Heights, LOH Angeles, ou Thursday and Friday. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church will hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Suavely on Wednesday next. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lane* on Sunday last were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts, the bride, (nee Louise Clauson) and groom, and little Miss Adele Smith, Mrs. S. C. Asher had as guests on Saturday at her home on Orange street, Mrs. Frank Berwick and children and Mrs. Chas. Madison of Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Dawson, pat 1 ' ents of Mrs. J. H. Brubsker and Miss Etta Dawson, arrived Monday from Maxwell, Iowa. They expect to spend the winter in Covina. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Overholtzer on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Norcroes of Lordsburg and Mrs. Robert Finch and baby of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Overholtzer and daughter, Miss Anna, Mrs. Otto Snyder and baby and Mrs, Derius Overholt/er, drove to Pasadena in auto on Friday with Mr. Overholtzer'a sister, Mrs. Fred Ogle, and husband. The Misses Mabel White, Edith Farmer, Ellen and Nellie Anderson, the two Misses Grijalva «nd Mrs. Chas. Casey left last Friday for Porterville, where they will pack oranges till after Christmas. Mrs. Will Griffiths will leave on Monday to take her place in the Elks' Festival at the Shriner Auditorium, which will last throughout the week, ending each night with a banquet and ball. House guests at the home of Mrs. Kerckhoff, who came for the Amphion meeting and left ou Thursday, were her mother, Mrs. Rosa Porter, Mrs. Featherstone and Miss Maynie Trusaell, all of Santa Barbara. A delightful and successful missionary meeting was held last Wednesday at the home of Mrn. W. G. Conley. Mr. Marsh of Monrovia, who has been a worker in the Christian colored schools of the South, gave an interesting and witty talk on the subject. About forty were present and light refreshments were served. W. S. Housenorth of Pasadena and W. A. VVoodson of Lmcoln, Nebraska, were visitors in Covina on Wednesday, and passed a pleH&ant inspection of the ranch property of this region. Mr. Woodson in uncle ot f'tmrles Grunfltsld, first assistant postmaster general of the United States. .Mr. H. L. Reynolds made good use of hii 'jii'jdrCMif! rhr.YHHiitiienu'tiiB, which v.eic t\hiriited at the Hub- hon-f i,n Wednesday. On Thursday nioruiny In- divided them and pre- viled tiiii.'! ID tlie ministers' wive-i, win. tnk« ti.i.i ine.ans of f.utdiul^ i-\ fire-*ini_' tLeii H[.|irf-riatiuM. The editor's wiic '.\as alftO favored v.ith a hands'.rre 'i .iicd from .Mr. I'e\iiolde. Born to Mr. mid Mrs. Ft. M. Friedman. Tuesday, Nov. 3, a baby girl. Mr. H. Cnss is seriously ill nt his | home on Cottage Drive. "Sogene" grows three inches of jhair in 30 days. 40 per cent .iff to- Iday. Nnsb, the druggist. Miss Hazel Tohy of Los Angeles is | visiting her aunt nnd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ScoHeld, Mr. and Mrs. Stilgeboner and little sou. who spent last winter in Covina, are on their way to California. Mts. VVidney of Los Angeles is the guest of her daughter, Mrs, R, O. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Riggins, who have been living on Orange street, have returned to the Riggius ranch. Mrs. E. A. Miller of Los Angeles spent Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. G. VV. Hepner. Mines. Bert Hesseltine and John Zug w.re luncheon guests of Mrs. Boyd Wilson of Los Angeles last Wednesday. The Rev. VV. G. Conlev attended the monthly meeting of the ministers of the Christian Church of this district in Los Angeles on Monday last. Mains, Robinson and Kavnnaugh and Mr. Lettoti have returned from Long Bench to their home ou the Siu> Bernardino road for the winter. Bsef and tomato bouillon iit Mnt- tisou's, corner Citrus avenue nnd Badillo street. Ice orearn aud sweet tLiugs. Mrs. Boege nnd two children of Anaheim were guests of Mrs, H. M. Houser from Friday to Wednesday. On the latter day Mr. Boege came to take them home. VV. B, Broad well reports a fine trade on "Bargain Day". He has just received a fine shipment of toys and holiday goods which will shortly be on display. NOTICE—-Stockholders of Irwin- dnle Lund & Water Co: Flense present your certificates of stock to treasurer at once and receive check for saiii". E. E. Leech, Secretary aud Treasurer. Itp Miss Dnisy Ross, who spent the summer at her home in Kansas, has returned to make her home with Mrs. W. Q. Custer and says nothing will tempt her to leave Covina again. Miss Evelyn Fletcher was a guest at an "at home 1 ' given in honor of the Phi Delta Chi sorority at the borne of Miss Stearns of St. James park, LOB Angeles. Mrs. J. B. Marr of Davis City, Neb., who has been spending the year with her daughter, Mrs. Leisure, left last week for her eastern home, hut expects to return here in a year's time. Mrs. Havelin has arrived home from the East and will he glad to see her old patrons back again. Chicken every other Wednesday. If you haven't eaten with me, oome and give me a trial. Mrs. M. Haveliu, College street. 11-21 The all-day annual Thanksgiving meeting of the pastor's aid of the Presbyterian Church will be held on Wednesday, next, Nov. 11, in the church parlors. Lunch will be served at noon and a program given, after which the bags will be opened containing the free will offerings, the sum total of which will be applied on the women's pledge for the pows. The congregation are trying to pay for their handsome edifice entirely by free will offerings instead of by menus of concerts, suppers arid sales. The result of this meeting will be taken as a test of this system. Ball Games. Last Saturday two gamew of basketball and one football gamn were played on the high school grounds. While leather lunged politicians and blaring biasH bands instilled patriotism into the hearts of the faithful, the majority of the crowd edged over to the athletic Held and frantically urged the Covina gridiron warriors to "hold that line. " A/.usa was Coviria's antagonist in all of the games. The first and second basketbal.' teams played alternate halves and furnished good exhibitions. The local boys were somewhat outclassed, however, and the | final scores wero, first team uarne, 44 to i5, second team game, '12 to 10, in favor of Azuna. i It was football that the crowd wanted, however, and when the eleven Aziiba huskies came on the Held, closely followed by the much lighter high school team, the ciowd ven'ed their enthusiasm by prolonged cheering, and only wondered by how liirj^e a .score the local team uould ha snowed under. But when Heed ran ;'ij \ards for a touchdown and kicked a difficult gnal, thun nutting Covina ahead, the fans look notice. In the, filial t;alf miiiiite of play, how<:\<---, hii|,rrii.; Height ai-s.ei ted itv-.lt, A/iiia f^oir.^ over the line for a ti,iicl.d<.v.;i. lii,;il 'Aa-i kieki-d. .'• iiial icon-, A/u-a 1 1, C(.vina •;. OUR AMIS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanitary Laundry Pioneer Lady Passes On. After a long period of patient, suffering, Mrs. Elizabeth Leech, au elderly lady well known in this vicinity, passed away at a private hospital in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Mrs. Leeoh was nearly 78 years of age, and has been a sufferer from cancer of the stomach for a long time. The funeral was hold yesterday ruorn- ing at thr undertaking parlors in Los Angolos, and a largo number of relatives and friends wore present. Mrs. Leoch was a native of Pennsylvania. She livod for somo timo in Colorado.Jwherc her husband died, but has been identified with this locality for years. One son, Mr. E. K. Leech is au extensive berry grower and orchardist in Irwitidalo. Another son, Clifford Leech, is also a business man and orchardist here,nud VV. H. Leech, a third son, is a business man in Bakersftold. One daughter resides in Now Zealand and one in Los Angeles, Mra. Lottie Tanner. Dr. Shoemaker Moves. Dr. and Mrs. O, P. Shoemaker, who have lived for some time at their ranch, corner of Second and Puente streets, contemplate a removal to Nebraska. Dr. Shoemaker does not intend to make his absence a permanent one, hut is desirous of taking up his practise for a time in that state. The family will not sell their ranch as yet, but will dispose of the furniture and greater portion of the household goods at private sale here. Mrs. Shoemaker says that she looks upon Covina as her home, and states positively that their absence will not be permanent. They expect to leave for Nebraska about the middle of December. They will make their home at PJar- vard, Nebraska. For Sale—Oak and sycamore stove wood, 88 and $10 per cord. J. C. Clutterbuok. tf Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity—twenty-first Sunday after Trinity: Holy Communion, 7:.'!0 a.m. Sunday-school, J):4. r > a. m. Morning Prayer, 11 a.m.; subject, 'The Intent of Public Worship." Evensong 7 :I!0 p.m. Offertory anthem bv the choir, "No Shadows Vender,'' Gaul. Elder E. K. Andreas, recently from England, who iy the president of the S. D, A. Conference of Southern California will speak at the gospel tent Sunday evening at 7:110 o'clock. This will bo the last meeting in the tent. The Seventh Day AdvcnUnt meetings will be continued in a hall on Citrus avenue. Come and bring your friends. Sunday will be the closing day for the special services held in union by the Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. The meetings of the past v.e.ek have been wonderfully well attended, tor election week, and deep interest has been maniff sled. Tho sen ices lor Sunday are HH follows: At 11 a rn. thero will bo preaching by the pastors in their own churches, an opportunity for joining liie churches hbinu given at that time. 'A p.m. there will be a Young People's rally In the Methodist Church. On account of this service there will bo no young people's society incotings in the various churches. At 7 :'HJ p.m., the crowning service of the week, and the. final service of the meetings. Kach of the pastors will have some part in i.his service, which will be. of unique in tercst. Thin service will bn in tin: Presbyterian Church, and judging from thd magnificent attendance of last Sunday evening, you will hnvo to come early if you want a st-at. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM. AXI) I.1ST YOUK PKOl'KKTY Office with A. M. Pence, Reed lUk. COVINA, CAL. ^^s~±jr\ City Taxes Due. City taxes ;i r<: iluc. Taxo, will hi- delinquent on Monday, I>of:einl>-r 2'lHi. iit '" l> in. ('all at the (-ity Tni-,tci-s' r',-.ni. \',. f,, K.-I-I] h)o ( k. M'.;/ !; < <• n ?-.<•"» ;irr fil->o p,iy;iMr. A i i o-.vi,er-i ;nif' In r'ooi rr,-, of <!'/;••, ari- .varri'-d fh;it tucy ,irc Mibin.t to t;i;e if <!'<;/ li'.cnui-'j art- not (<.ii'l before J>r- i i inbi-r Nt. ( jty f ,. x ;i ud ilo^; ii. «.-i;-.<•-, art jj.iyar/ir '.-,• 'I-ix ( oiii-i.tor .'•I'lljncrt. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. For Salo Pumpkins. C. E. Invin. Telephone 31.10. 11-Mp For Sole—Fresh Jersey oow, six- years old. T. E. Finch. It, Gasoline stoves cleaned and repaired. VV. S. Sides, Itp Wanted -By competent, party, a position on a ranch by man aud wife. Apply to Argus oflice. Want 84000 building loan for business block. Interest monthly. K. Box 8, Covina. "Sngono" Hair Food and "Sagouo" Pile Halve are home products, miulo in Covina. Get them at Nimli's. (iOc. Walnuts for snlo. Milo and one- half west on San Bernardino. Address M. H. Perry, Coviua, Cal. A 1 Walnuts for sale. Any quau- tity. BR1MBLE RANCH, Uanuica St. South from end of our lino. tf Buy a grooving knife. Cure for gnm disease in your orchard. The Kellnr-Thomasoii Mfg. Co. WANTED — Good grade Jersey rnilch cows. M. V. Hoi wick. Telephone 2038. For Salo—Buy maro, sound and iu good condition. G. VV. Leo. Phono 2098. For Sale---A span of good all-purpose horses. Mrs. G. J. Reynolds, Phone 4038. For Sale •— Modern seven room residence, Just completed. A bargain. Jerome Reynolds. L For Sale—Team of horses, or will sell one horse. Weight between eleven nnd twelve hundred. Address Alex Lee, or telephone H7. For Sale—One good pair 1000 In. mules, 3'4 wagon and harness for 8300. Inquire Williams store, Azusa. ll-7p WANTED- Coviun property in ox change for small improved n I fulfil ranch including l.eiim and tools, etc. Jerome Reynolds. Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. Mary B. Gray, first house oast of Wilson's paint shop, E. Badillo stroot. tf For ( Salo--Good tenrn, wagon nnd harness. For parl.ioulai'H call up Archie, Vincent, Home. Phone 3H, San Bernardino road, t, f For Sale Team of IIOI-HOH, weight 3100. Also hnruoHH. A bargain. Phono (Si. Covinn P.O. H. E. Mis scldiuo. tf For Rent.-- Five room cottage on WnHt Cj press nvonun, water in house and all modern convc.nioncos. Ad- dreHs B. Miller, Phono fil'U8. tf For Kale "Two burner Jewel Jr. gasoline Htove and oven, used two monl.'iH. Con!, SH.MfJ, vvill soil for *('. 00. Mrs. G. I- 1 . ProHton. Phono '2010. For Snlo Good team of ranch boi'M-H with hnnii'HH, II|HO 3'4 inch "Jiirdnoll" wagon with platform bed nnd Hand bod, will noil whole outfit oliunp or will Hepnrafo, O. S. Wb.il ooriib, Glondorn. Telephone I'J'J.'! or lfi!». 11-7p For Kxohange In I.OH AnyeleH, largo fi room modern eottage, '2 room house in rear. Want ncreiitfe nonr f'ovina with H JUKI littlo impiovo month. No roiil estate man need up I ply. 711 K. 4l8t, LOH Angel(;H. tip ] 1 Fit/Gerald & Harry of J'asaduiia loan money on rnueheH and improved real ehlnto nt lowest i-urrent, rut en. Writ*; or telephone them at Pasadena U.-r call up J. W. Prontins, Covina phone 'Jl.'H, and link lo have a repro hentative -<f the tlfin <:all on you, tf Km hale One four year old inare, w night 1 l.'ilJ. Well br.-,k»>, double or slngli-. One. one 'joisVi v.ai/on, on.) rii,i.;!e >•' -I. v.o/k liaine-.H, oni- "M'K'if.y, H' 1 '- 1 ' a 1 -. IH.-.V-, one hinglo nel • UK; « tie.clhlil M,'.',, l:\f. All in (/./od i r:on<litiofi. Inijniie of Mart. (-hi lion, I fJyi.l !•-„•) iiMH.IU:. * * THE Covina Peoples Store (INCOKPOKATK1)) 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 (lermaiituwn Fascinators 25c to $1.00 Knit Wool ftcrnianlowti Shawls (>5c to 1.50 Knit Wool Gertnantown Haby Hootccs 15c to .50 Knit Wool Gormantown Jackets 25c to 1.50 Knit Wool Germatitown Mittens 25c to 1.00 Knit Wool Go.rnmntown Ladies' (Jloves 25c to 1.00 Ladies' Outing- Night Gowns 50c to 1.50 And numerous other good things. NO TROUHLK TO SHOW GOODS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k * Soap Soap Soap My line o( aoaps hat been picked itilth mi lilan of pleashia cilery i-lnss nt unrip user imaginable, an n>etl as to aope M>ltli (he peculiar conditions "t VnOina'ii H>titer. Any price soap. Any scent nf t,cnp. Soap* that n>lll lather. Soapi that can be useil on baby Without an after appllcatlitn nf talcum pnn>dcr. Soaf'i that H>lll out the urease anil grit o( the n>orA//iy man anil leatio hit hands tnft and H>hlte. LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS AND I'LL TELL YOU WHAT SOAP TO USK. Bankin.()--Do Ysu Do Any? If not, why dot? Did it ever occur to you that a bauk account, even though it may be a small one, is the safest means of doing* business? Your checks are 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 It takes a yood deal of Machinery fixing? That's to run your ranch, doesn't it? Something what we do - WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly c<|uippcd for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Kstimates furnished. We manufacture- the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. 1*. DujrH Homo J'honi: 2M'» Covina, ('ill. BEN F, THORPE CBMUNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All-siy.es carried in stock. Reinforced Concrete Buildings a Specialty Yarc' Went Cvpr.:,* Avc-ii'ii: Telephone 4037 COVINA MEAT MARKET J. i . KI'NDAU., I'rup. Oid.r- t.iki-n and d.-livi-rir» madi- d.iily. (JriltTH in lovvn will n-c.i-iv.- )iioiii|jt attention. fVcsh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, lite. i: i'iioni: Jt/

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