Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 14, 1908 · Page 5
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Events Sb box iOth. social, Friday Athletic night, Nov. R. O. Stnpson made a business trip last wk to Arizona. Mrs. G/F. Preston is spending the week in/<>s Angeles. Athletic Club box night, Nov. 20th. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. moved to Pasadena. sooial, Fiiday Sells Lave vc- Mr. sftd Mrs. J, C. Baldridge, who have Msn residing at Corona, have retorted to Covina. M*s. L. M. Jefferies of Long Beaoh liastt>een spending the week in Co- viqtv with relatives. Mrs. U. G. Kring is entertaining with a surprise birthday party this afternoon for her little son, Herman. Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Huff futve moved into the house formerly occupied by them on Orange street. Oysters all the time at Crenshuw's Grocery. Fresh and fine, 20c a dozen, if H. Cass, who was ill all last week with an abscess in the head, is at his work again. Mrs. Crabtree of San Diego is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. G. Conley. Miss Ida McCreary of Los Angeles is the guest of her friend, Miss Meta Bruujes. The Ladies Aid of the Christian Church held an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Snavely on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menefee of Los Angeles were guests on Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coolmau. Mrs. Widney of Los Angeles has returned home after ,1 pleasant week with her daughter, Mrs. R. O. Simpson. Mrs. W. E. Stanton and daughter Fern of Chino, spent the first of the week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Sanders. Messrs. R. Howland and Steele, with -a party of friends, are spending two weeks in the oil fields of Kern county. Mmes. A. Merrill and daughters, Mines. Steele and Howland, have returned from a sojourn of ten days at the Occidental Hotel, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Setts of Los Angeles were week end guests ofjtneir aunt and uncle, Mr. aud Mrs. H. M. Houser. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey have been called to Los Angeles by the illness of Mrs. Mussey's brother, Mr. J. Drake. Clarence M. Mylrea, cashier of the Bank of San Bernardino, was the guest last Sunday of relatives, Mrs. Eosa C. Clarke and children. Mr. Allen McDowell of Santa Ana returned home last Monday after a visit of several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. James Crouch have returned to Covina for the winter. For the past ten months they have resided near ChSoo, developing their mining claims. Misa Ruth Davis of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting her aunts, the Misses Davis, on Cottage Drive. She is on her way to Japan, where she will take up W.C.T.U. work. NOTICE — The ladies of the Christian Church are again taking subscriptions for the Saturday Evening Post and Ladies' Home Journal. Subscriptions may be sent to Mrs. A. M. Seeley. — Adv. Ambrose aud Winford Yaw of Seattle arrived Wednesday to ni'ikc an extended visit with their aunt, Mrs. JJ. F. Thorpe. They are on their way home after a four months' educational and pleasure t.our of the Hlies of the East. The Misses Anna and Myrtle Over- boltzer were visiting friends at Inglewood over last Sunday. Miss Bertha Follows!) has returned home from Beaumont, where she has been visiting relatives. "Sngeue" grows three inches of hair In 30 days. 40 per cent off today. Nash, the druggist. OUR AGMTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bonn Pomoiu Sanitary Laundry OYSTERS—From this time on we will carry fresh oysters in bulk at 20o a dozen. Crensbaw's Grocery. James Bonham, cement contractor, is confined to his residence by a severe cold. Miss Mabel Curry of Selmn, Kansas, and Mr. Rosooe Snyder of VVhit- tler, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Overholtzer. Contractor Folsom has commenced the erection of a fine 84000 residence for Geo. Anderson on Sierra street. Details of the plans will be published in next week's Argus. Mrs. Nile Hill of Blue Mound, Kans., is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Sanders, whom she had not seen for fifteen years. The Rev. and Mrs, C. H. Betts of Hollywood were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N 7 . D. Muasey from Friday to Monday evening. Mrs. Betts is a sister of Mrs. Mussey. A delegation from the Christian Church went to Pomona by auto on Wednesday evening to attend the revival services being held by Rev. Herbert Yeuill. The party numbered sixteen. The funeral of J. D. Duke, who died at the county hospital on Thursday, will be held from the undertaking parlors of W. Q. Custei this morning .at 10 o'clock. Deceased was 72 years of age. Mrs. Havelin has arrived home from the East and will be glad to see her old patrons back again. Chicken every Mr. and Mrs. Geo. VV. have again become residents (if Co- vinu, making their home of a 50-aon- ranch which Mr. Griffiths recently purchased of the Ruddock estate southwest of Covina. Mr. (jrittitliN still owns his ranching intoreats north of Lordsburg. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Collins have moved into theii handsome new residence uorth-tast of town. This house, which is fashioned after Anne Hathiiway's cottage in England, is unique of its bifid in this neighborhood and \vill he described fully with illustrations in the Exploitation number. The \Vrni. an's Foreign Missionary Society will hold its monthly Hireling on Thursday of next week to «ive its im::nt.ei.i an oj;|;Ortunil>- to attend tli*; coiiten nee rally on Wednesday at First Chun-it, Los Augtles. Hub ject. "Islam, Its C.'haraclt-r and Conquests." Meeting at 2 ::UJ p.m., bharp. other Wednesday: If you haven't eaten with me, come and give me a trial. Mrs. M. Haveliu, College street. 11-21 Have a choice double clean corner lot 50 by 175 to alley and covered with large Valencia and navel trees. Will sell on easy terms for 9775.00 6 per cent interest, or 1750.00, all cash. OSCAR MILLER, Owuei r 130 East Puente street. Phone 194. Up The joint Christian Workers' meeting of the Church of the Brethren, including Covina, Glendoia, Lordsburg and Pomona churches, was hold at Lordsburg on last Sunday oven- ing. An interesting program had been arranged and a very largo crowd was in attendance. At the Epworth League convention at Pomona yesterday the following members were present from Covina : Mrs. J. L. Matthews, Misses May Hull, Josie Wilson, Mary Moxley, Mattie Breakey, Bess and Ruth Leebrick, May Coffinun, Nina Cady and Messrs. Herbert Kistler, F. C. McCandless, John Black, Guy Bradley. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Cliue entertained at dinner last Saturday evening, their guests being Mr. and Mrs. Dana King and Mr. C. Condit of Azusa, Mr. and Mre. R. O. Simpson. In tho evening, five hundred was played, later guests being Messrs. and Mmes. Clapp, Prather, Evans, Collins, GriBwold, and Mrs. Capron. Prizes were won by MIIJOS. King aud Clnpp. Yesterday afternoon, the mem burs of the primary department and cra- dlo roll of the Methodist Sunday- school, with their respective mothers, \vero delightfully entertained by Mrs Nir/.iim, the Nuporint.endent, assisted by the teachers ot her department, Mines. Warner, Reynolds, Clark and Coons. Refreshments were served and all kinds of games were played to amuse the little ones. WOHAN'S GUILD. Organization Entertains Large Crowd at Annual Sale. The strengthening of the social side of the Episcopal Church of Covina was carried to a degree of success lusher than ever before in the history of its organization in this community thiough the successful gale and informal entertainment by the Woman's Guild of the Church of the Holy Trinity on Thursday evening. The affair was an annual one and its success went far beyond the hopes of the ladies who worked so hard to make it an epoch in tho church. The sale was advertised as a department store, and started on Thursday afternoon, when a good crowd patronized the many booths. It was in the evening, however, that the tastily arranged tables and canouiecl booths transacted the most thriving business, aud many were sold out before the evening was half over. Handkerchiefs were in groat, demand at the booth presided over by Miss Evelyn Fletcher, and it was iuipressed upon each and every young man, tho desirability of these dniuty creations as presents during the glad holiday season to oomo. Miss Evelyn Delanoey was her assistant. At the apron stand the ladies in charge weio Mrs. M/iry Tatcm, Mrs. C. F. Clapp and Mrs. Westwood Collins. Aprons wore not to be bought after _the evening ^had progressed, showing the booth was a popular one. Miss Charlotte Herron, Miss Mabel Hastings and Miss Minnie Ransomo woro in charge of tUe art display, where creations were sold sometimes so low in price as to be unappreciated in value, but the young ladies made money on the whole—trust them for that. The Japanese booth deserves a little tribute all by itself. Mrs. A. R. Evans aa he exponent of the Land of the Little and Courageous, had assistants in the art of making JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAT.!, AND 1<1ST YOUR I'HOJMCKTY Office with A. M. Pence, Rccd Blk. COVINA, GAL. THE Covina Peoples Store (INCORI'OKA'tKD) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMIL1 Although we do not sell WET GOODS, we do sell DRY GOODS for wet weather and WARM GOODS for cool weather. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. VN^^V^W'^-* Want 84000 building business block. Interest K. Box 8, Coviua. loan for monthly. Knit Wool Gertnantuvvti Fascinators 25c to $1.00 Knit Wool Germantown Shawls 65c to 1.50 Knit Wool Germantown Baby Bootees ........ 15c to .50 Knit Wool Germantown Jackets 25c to 1.50 Knit Wool Germantown Mittens 25o. to 1.00 Knit Wool Germantown Ladies' Gloves 25c to 1.00 Ladies' Outing Night (towns 50c to 1.50 And numerous other good things. "Sagone" Hair Food and "Sagono" Pile Salvo are' homo products, made In Coviua. Get them at Nnah's. GOo. Walnuts for sale. Mile aud one- half west ,011 Han Bernardino. Address M. II . Perry, Covina, Cal. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at, 4 per cent. A 1 Wnlnuta for sale. Any quantity. BR1MBLE RANCH, Baraiica St. South from end of car lino. tf Buy n prooving knife. Cure for gum disease ill your orchard. Tho Kellar-Thuinason Mfg. Co. WANTED — Good grade Jersey milch cows. M. V. Hclwiok. Telephone 2038. For Sale — Oak and sycamore stove wood, 88 and 810 per cord. J. C. Cluttorbuck. tf For Sale-— Team, wagon and harness. Ed Goodnight, corner College aud Second streets. Up WANTED-— To rent, n furnished house of five rooms, or part of a house. Phone 1128. Mrs. R. M. Casad. For Sale — Young, heavy draught horse; sound and good worker. Weight 1(500. E. Schwarze, Wtiluut NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS Soap Soap Soap My line of soaps lias been picked H>lth an Idea of pleating et)ery class ot soap user imaginable, as Veil as to cope Vith the peculiar conditions "f CoOtna't Voter. Any price soap. Any scent ot soap. Soaps that Vlll lather. Soaps that can ba used on baby without on after application of talcum poVder, SoaPs that tflll cut the grease and grit ot the Hforklng man and teaOe his hands soft and Vhite. LET ME SEE YOVR HANDS AND I'LL TKI.L YOU WHAT SOAP TO USK. Cardinal Issued. The student publication of the Co vina High School, the Cardinal, will be iusued the first of tho week. The Argus press ban already printed this first edition for the pieeent year, aiu: as usual the paper presents a bright aud attractive appearance. The size <jt the pages has been slightly altered and for this issue they are 40 it number, exclusive of the cover. Hoyt Leisure, the manager, has had won derful success in bt-curing advertise ments. Yearly subscriptions at fj( centii are earnestly solicited bv the boys. The editor this year is Walte .\Hcheni.reiiner. We have a ciifctorner for hand orchard elite hiairou. & Dille . a M-cond beautiful things attractive by association. Mrs. R. F. Duller dispensed the iunpcuotiH lea of the Orient with delightful charm, and Miss Mairs, in dainty costume in keeping with tho other niembiis of Uiu booth, brought nian.y is conquest to the department, HO Hi .1 ul an early hour the booth was dismantled and shorn f further charms, save l.hc charms of he ladies in charge. This booth Tuught very material financial as- iatauce to the general fund. Tho popularity of tho ice cream ooth can be realized without ex- lanatiou. Mra. IJ. M. Given, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. A. A. Neil worked ssiduously for its success, and th« ii-eam was all too soon a thing of egret in its absence. Violets! What a happy thought hat made this department so much a uocessl Miss Marie Thompson conducted It alone, and the fragrant lowers found ready sale until they were exhausted. Other liloouiH were sold out by Mr. Pooloy and Mrn. F. W. Sherwood, aiding tho glow of iright blossoms of tho season to tho ;ayety of tho alfair. The big money-making, popular .cheme of the; whole affair which ;ruwuerl the sale with success, WHH tbe cafeteria. Hungry people crowded tbout this department until tho committee was driven almost, disti acted. Hundreds were fed that were not ex pouted. iVliss Marguret Middleton wan [ihampion org«ni/er of the cafeteria, insisted by Mi«w Miss Anna Ilcrrnn, Mrs. Delia Arthur, Mra. Willoughby, and a big corps of willing assistant*. Then there was the munic depart rnent by Miss Alice Atwood and -Mins Kleanor Frat.nr. Miss Mela Brunjes was very materially an a«bistaiico In the cafeteria, and also in playing the rnusio for the music department, while Mr. Alexander Anderson gave his entire evening to playing tho popular and standard gongH which were placed on salo. Much of the succeBH uf the evening IB due to Mrs. William Thome, president of the Woman's Guild, whoue thoughtful advice made it possible to carry out the lari<<; program. Miss Anna Ilerron, oeoroUiry or the organization, worked hard and faithfully for its HUCCCHH. The report made by Rev. Alfred Fletcher as regards the finances of the evening, uhovv.s that something over i 1 fj() was mad': clear of expenses. A feature of the evening was the bringing of tuenty friends to the pat/onage of the cafeteria byJ/M. Goodell, who paid the bill gliidly and had a good time out of the | i 1.1 obit ion. Center. , Itp Table .board by the men! or weelJ. Mrs. Mary B. Gray, first house east of Wilson's paint shop, E. Badillo street, tf For Rale—Good team, wagon and harness. For particular call up Archio Vincent, Home Phono 38, San Bernardino road, t f For Sale—Team of horses, weight 3100. Alan harness. A bargain. Phono G4. Covina P.O. R. E. Mis- scldino. tf For Rent—Five room cottago on West Cjpress avenue, water in house and all modern conveniences. Address 13. Miller, Phone fiOIJH. tf For Halo Two burner Jewel .Jr. gnsolino Btovo and oven, uned two months. Cost 88. Jin, will noil for ?i(i.OO. Mrs. (L F. PreHton. Phono '2010. For Halo A fin ft upright piano for sulo for spot casli. Apply 4 1 (i West Center, Phono '21H'2. This piano in In good condition and is very nweol tone It FOR HALE--Four lots '20x100, corner of ('i! rus and Orange si reels Also one lot, 10x110 on Orange street. Pi loo 84750. G. W. Ron, 41)0 Mast Holt, Pomona, or any agent hi Covinu. 1 1 -'21 n Fit/Gerald £ Harry of Pasadona loan money on ranehoH and improved real estate at lowest, current rates. Write or telephone them at Pasadena or call up J. W. Prentlss, Covina phone 21II4, and auk to have a ropre Hentuiivo of the firm call on you. t.t THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF TIIE AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION Previous to 1893, the annual losses through bank burglaries amounted to more than $100,000. That the American Bankers' Association have been able to practically exterminate the members of the burglar profession, is well proven by the fact that out of 8,383 members, only four banks were burglarised in 1907, The total loss was but $4,217, the work beiii£ that of yeggmen and not professionals. This bank also carries ample burglar insurance. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 ft lakes a good deal of Machinery STOCKHOU)KKS' ANN'IJAI, MKKTING. To the stockholder* "f Covina Fruit I 'lease tiiki- notice that the annual niertiiitf of the- stockholder** of the Covina Fruit Kxchantfe will i>e lu.ld at the oflice of thf. coii;|jany in the city of Covina, L<>!> A n^eles county, California, "ii Monday the loth day ol November, P>OH. at 2 o'clock \> in., for the purpose of i-lectiritf directors and for the transaction of Mich other liiisi- ness ah (nay properly come before the meeting. J). Kymaii Huff, Secretary. City Taxes Due. Taxe.-> will l« City t;ix'-h are. tin' flelin'jiient on Monday, jH-ci-mtc-r 2MI h ;it • \>. in. ('all .it the City Triinteiru room No. o, K.:«l Mock. • Hour-, 2 to t l>m! licen»e-i arc aUo j»;i yatiie. All 1 owncrn .'HK! h;irborer« of do;;* an- warned th.it ti.ey arc Mibji-ct to line if do-/ lic«:n'->e» an- not paid Before lit-i <-iit<i<:r 1-' ("ity tii A iiii"! doK lic'-n-.ci a,, ,. . .: to Tax C'.Hector Mrhncrt. o run your ranch, doesn't it? Sonic-thing need fixing? That's what we do — WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Kslimatcs furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gales. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. I'. Depjt Home I'hone 2<V> ('oviiia, Cal. BEN F, THORPE CliMliNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sixes carried in stock. Reinforced Concrete limldings ;i Specially ^1 Cvpnrsn Avcii'ii: Telephone 40.17 Yar(' COVINA MEAT MARKET J. I . KHNOAI.I., I'rop. ()rd«-r.-. t.ik.-ii .uid delivci it-.-, in.id.- d.iily. Orders in lo.vn will rcc.i'ive pioinjit ;il lenlioii. fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Ctc. Home i'hone :

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