Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 21, 1908 · Page 5
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(local Events. V) <^.s£«?v--— —"••- Fresh oysters. 20c n dozen at Cronshaw's (trocory. Cabbage plants for snip. 159'. Phone Mra. L. M. Jefferies returned last Saturday to Los Angelea. Mrs. L. H. Souther is suffering from a slight attack of In grippe. Mrs. C. B. Casey is visiting friends In the northern part of the state. Misa Prances Fletcher of Redlands was the guest on Tuesday of relatives, the Rev. A. Fletcher and family. Miss Blva Swanson, niece of Mrs., W, B. Broadvvell, is visiting friends at Ocean Park. Mrs. Hugh Armel and Miss Lota Heath were luncheon guests ou Thursday of Mrs. Milton Armel. Mrs. Roseuthfll of Los Angeles spent this week with her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Cline. Mrs. C. V. Cappa and Mr. Morris Capps nf Los Angeles were guests laat •Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. N, Atwood. H. G. Bern is of Los Angeles spent a few daya thia week at the home of his brother, C. B. Bern is. Mrs. John Wilkins is suffering , from a severe and lingering attack of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith have moved to the corner of Second and Badillo streets. Mr. Isaac Longman of Whittier was a mid-week guest at the home of his cousin, Mr. Chas. Jlolstruui. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood were guests of friends in Los Angeles on Thursday and Friday. Wbai are you doing for the "gum disease" in your orange grove? Ever try a grooving knife? 25c at Kellar- Thomason Mfg. Co. tf Mies Elizabeth Snider, instructor in elocution at Lordshurg College, was the guest of Miss Emma Overholtzer the first of the week. Mrs. J. S. Eckles returned from a delightful visit at San Francisco, with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Warner. VV. H. Matthews of Avalon, at present located at San Pedro, is making arrangements to move his family to Covina for the winter. Mr. and Mra. P. H. Rolffs, wealthy tourists of New York, were guests from Monday to Wednesday of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brunjea. Walter Larick, who had several ribs broken by being thrown against a wagon while unhitching a fractious mule, is recovering slowly. The Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Presbyteiian church met on Wednesday afternoon in the social ball. Mr. and Mra. S. J. Walton have removed from the Shoemaker place to San Bernardino road, opposite the Griswold home. After a pleasant week at the home of Miss Meta Brunjes, Miss Ida Mo- Creary returned to her home in Los Angeles, taking Miss Brunjes back . with her to spend the week end. The Church of Christ Scientist is growing in our midst. Mrs. G. F. Preston has been appointed reader and meetings are held every Sunday morning at the home of C. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mra. Twist and two children, who have a beautiful ranch home ou Cienega avenue, returned last Thursday from their native home, England, where they have spent six months visiting relatives and friends. Milton and William Armel with Albeit and Allen Crawford will leave on Monday by auto for the Nevada desert, where they have extensive land interests in one of the reclaimed traota. Among Covina people who attended the funeral of Mrs. DeForest Keich- ard at Hollywood wore the Kev. and Mrs. Fletcher, Messrs. and Mmea. W. H. Collins, Kerokhoff, Louis Harris, Crook, Ratekin, Mrnes. Elliott, Griswold, Leightnn, B. F. Thorpe, Burpee, J. O. Houser, C. E. Crawford, Evans, Given, Atwood, the Misses Herron, Griswold and Elliott. A pleasant auto trip was enjoyed on Tuesday and Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Douglass and Mi.-ss Lilian Douglass with the Rev. and Mrs. P. G. Stfcveuii and little firewater Stevens as KI.L-MH. During their itinerary they \irit<-rl WhiMier, l-'ul- Jerton, I'uente, Suntu Ana and other point.', of interest, spending the night ai liie Just named, where they were gueM* of Mr. Stevens' parents. At the C. C. Chapman and Lefting- well ranches they were shown many interesting features*, such ablhe packing houses and help'.-s quartern. The weathei was delightful and tl'e river -and hill .it-entry glorious. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whito visited friends in Monrovia on last Sunday. Dr, J. C. Goodoll mado a business trip to fjscmidido from Friday to Monday. OYSTERS—-From this time on wo will carry fresh oysters in bulk at 20o a dozen. Creushaw'a Grocery. R. S. Requa, a prominent architect of San Diego, was the guest this week of Mr. and Mts. J. N. Wilson. Mrs. J. Wyeth of Loa Angeles waa the guest yesterday of her sou, Will Wyeth, and his wife. Holy Trinity Church Guild melon Thursday afternoon at the home of Prof, and Mrs. Flatt. J. R. Hodges is planning to build a handsome rooming house on hie pioperty ou the corner of Italia and First streets. All kinds of plain sowing done quickly and well. Mrs. W. R. Followell and daughters, First St., opposite the nursery. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. Boots is under quarantine aa their little daughter Anna has contracted a mild case of diptheria, Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong this week are the former's mother arid sister, Mrs. and Miss Armstrong of Ontario. The ladies of the Baptist Church will have their annual sale of fancy work and other useful articles Wednesday afternoon and evening, Doc. 2 Mrs. Corn-ay of Staceyvillo, Iowa, has taken rooms with Mrs. Coous on W. Badillo street and will spend the winter here for tho benefit of her health. The Misses Anna Herron and Mabel Hastings spent Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week at Venice, being delegates to the annual meeting of the California Federation of Women's Clubs, southern district. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wyeth and the letter's mother and sister from the East, Mrnes. Trapp of St. Joseph, Mo., and Runck of Cincinnati, O., will spend the week end in Los Angeles and take the Tilton trolley trip. Mrs. N. D. Mussey has received the sad newa of the death of her [ brother, J. Drake, of Los Angeles which occurred on Wednesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Mussey were called to Los Angeles laat week and found him dangerously ill. Mrs. Havelin has arrived home from the East and will be glad to set) her old patrons back again. Chicken every other Wednesday. If you haven't eaten with me, come and give me a trial. Mrs. M. Haveliu, College street. 11-21 Mra. Frank Chandler of Boston will arrive today to spend a few days with her cousin, Mrs. Ed Prather. ou her way to Sau Francisco. Mrs. Chandler waa here last winter and will return from tho North to spend Christmas with her several Covina relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and family and Miss Abbott enjoyed a pleasant picnic last Saturday at Eastlake Paik. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and baby of Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cochran of Uplands were recently the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Asohenbreunet. The visitors were both professors in W illamette college, Oregon, at tho time that Mr. and Mrs. AHohenbren- ner were students thero. Mrs. Ferguson of Los Angeles, n cousin of Mrs. D. Reichurd of Irwindale, has bought a lot on Kast Italia street of F. W. Sherwood and IIHH moved onto it the small hotine which was the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roi- cbard of Sau Bernardino road, before they built their handsome new home. This will bo tental property. (Jn account of the death of Mrs. DeForest Reichard of Hollywood, there was no meeting of the Monday Afternoon Club this week. At tho meeting next Monday afternoon there will be a talk on India, led by Mrs. Ilannie van Vliet, who formerly lived there and who will exhibit a unrulier of curios. The mubic will include a vocal wolo by Misn Marie Thompson. (In Saturday evening in the auditorium <-f the high school a charming social affair passed off in the umial happy manner for which our young people are famous. The ladies were entertained by the gentlemen with a weight social and fined according to results, the money being Uced to hW"ll the treasury of the alhlelk; association. A good many new games were enjoyed mid apples and pie were fcerved in youthful defiance of night- inure. OUR Warner, Whitsel & to. Brown & Bonn Pomona Sanitary Laundry Good carriage for salp cheap. Phono 100(5, or box 07, Covina. tf White Minorca ecgs, 10 to the sot- ting, 81.50. C. D. Daniels. Phone 1150. tf Miss Lcola Sparks of Los Angeles was a week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Will GriliithH. Mr. C. K. Blackmail was the guest, of fricuda iu Hollywood from Monday to Wednesday. Mr. Edward MoLcod of Bakersfleld hns been the guest for the past few days of his brother, William, aud niece, Miss Florence McLeod. For Rent Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. S. E. Coons, West Badillo street, phone '2182. Ed Sprotte has bought' a lot ou Center street, where ho intends to keep bachelors' hall, uuloss fate proves more kind. The many friends of Dr. R. 10. Bates, who recently underwent a serious surgical operation, will lie do- lighted to learu that she has sufUoi- ontly recovered to be able to return to her home in Ooviua, and ia able once again to receive her old friends. After an illncsfl which confined him to his borne for a number of days, during which bis condition was at times serious, Col. F. M. Chapman is once more able to bo out, aud is ou the road to full recovery. BIDS WANTED—Ou making boxes at Charter Oak House, season 19081009. To label and make boxes, all boxes to have 54 4d nails. Boxes to be stacked as per instruction of house foreman. Shook to bo unloaded from car and stacked in basement. Glendora Citrus Association, IJ-28p Gloudora, Cal. Who will Lead? The movement tor the cstablieh- of an Arbor Day, which will embrace the citizens of Coviua and vicinity if taking definite shape in tbe minds of the people here. Everyone who has been approached on tbe subject has expressed themselves as highly in favor of it. Mayor E. H. Lahee states that tbe plan is a good one, aud many prominent ranchers will support the idea. There is no one to take tbe initiative as yet. Tbe ladies are agitating tbe subject favorably. Why not ask tbe ladies to work in conjunction with tho Covina City board of trustees? Set a date for Arbor Day. Horticultural Commissioner Bemis says that tbe best time for work of that kind will be i» January or February. Lot us call a special meeting of tbe property owners here, and decide the question. IRWINDALE. Mrs. (J. T. Brown and Miss Virginia Koot wore delegates from the Miscellany Club to tho California Federation of Women's Clubs at Venice on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. G. N. Limn, who has boon seriously ill, is recovering rapidly. Kay Coltrin JH borne iiuaiu from Cautorville, Cal. The Japanese cnrnp on Sawyer's pliico was hritkfeii into lanl, week, l&lii JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches C.M.I. AND LIST YOUH PNOI'KKTV Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Ulk. COVINA, CAL. Ed Elledgo of Kansas City is visit ing his brother, Frank Elledgu. J. A. Lussier of L<IH Angeles WIIH the guest on Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thonmnon. Miss Gertrude Albrecbt IH visiting Miss Ada Devendnrf, a Stanford chum. MJHH Phoebe Drown in the uuetit of friends in I. OH Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Andci-Hi.-n spent the week end HI Los . \ngelrn with the lutter'H parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. To/er. Tbe Kioe Bros, have exchanged their young five aure orange grove for properly in ilnl l,v wood valued at $<;,000 to u Mr. Gross. They will remove -in noon a^ Mr. Mark l.icu hau racoveied from tyfboid fever. M In. J. Srbv.aitX ii/l'l hi ilt (.f l.iih v.i-i <• gni -.1.4 lii'-it. Sunday <-t Mrs. K. K. Le«-<-h. A number of |.i-'.jili; li'iiu JiAin ! dale ;»l.tefif|»-d ilic fuin-ial <-f Mir. In• Fcn.-si lii-.icl-ajd ai lii;!)yv.<-<-d on I S'utuH- >-• bist. THE For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Turkeys for sale. Phone 1070. Itp Want 81000 building loan for business block. Interest monthly. K. Box 8, Covina. "Sngono" Hair Food and "Sugouo" Pile Salvo are homo products, mado iu Cuvina. Get thorn at Nash'.s. fjOc. Walnuts for sale. Mihi and ono- hnlf west ou Sau Bernardino. Ad- dross M. II. Perry, 'Covina, Cal. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, u safe investment, ut -1 per cent. A 1 Walnuts for sale. Any quantity. BR1MBLI3 RANCH, Bim.uca St. South from end of oar Hue, tf Wanted--Work. Reliable party wants work on ranch. Apply to t.his oflice. Itp For Sale -A span of good, all-purpose horses. Mrs. G. J. Reynolds. I Phono 4038. WANTED — Good grnde Jersey milch cows. M. V. Holwiiik. Telephone '20118. For Sale—Oak and sycamore stove wood, 88 and 810 por cord. J. C. Cluttorbuok. tf WANTED To rnnt, n furnished house of five roorna, or part of a house. Phone 1128. Mrs. R. M. Casad. Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. ^lary B. Gray, first house east of Wilson's paint shop, E, Badillo street, tf For Sale—Good team, wagrm and harness, For particulars call up Arobio Vincent, Homo Phone 38, San Bernardino road, t f For Sale—Team of IIOI-HCH, weight 3100. Also banuiBH. A bargain. Phone 04. Co\inaP.O. R. E. Mis- Hcldine. tf Lost,— On last Wedneuday, a lady's black Eton jacket on Sati He-mardino and CiliiiH avenues. Return t.o Aiuus ofllce. Wanted — A first class 20-acro orange grove in bearing. Home ValonoiaH. Description and lowest otish price to J. H. MatthowH, Covina. FOR 8A LK--Four lots '.25x100, curuer of Citrus- and Orange Hl.ree-tH. Also one lot 10x110 on Orange street. Pi loo «1750. G. W. Rou, 4HO Kast Holt, Pomona, or any agent iu Covlna. H-Ulp FitzGentld & Buri-y of Pasadena loan money on rnncheu and improved real estate at lowest current ntl.oH. Write or telephone them at PiiHiidena or cull up J. W. PrentiHH, Cuvina phone 21H4, and auk to have a representative of the firm call on you. 1.1 Covina Peoples Store (iNCOKl'OHATKn) OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY JUST RECEIVED—Now line men's tics, four-in-hands and Tcsla bows; plain colors, stripes and brocades. Latest styles, 25c. MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS, latest fad; stripes and checks; going f ils t a t $1.00 each. MEN'S SHIRTS, extra long sleeves and extra long, full body. All good patterns, 75c and $1.00. WE HAVE -JUST OIMCNICI) up a line lot of blankets and comfortables for the cold weathor. Prices lowest, ijualily the best. FLANNELETTES AND OUTING FLANNELS, stripes, checks and plain colors; best quality, H',<, 10, 12,'j, 15c yd. FoK KXCHAN<;K OKSALK, THK JtKST opportunity t-vcr olti-n-rl, to fxcbiingc your orange, alfalfa, walnut or other income property, for a Inisi- liens thai IIIIH been rht;i blihhcd nini: yearn, is paying better than },VM)0 per year net and ix capable of luting d<nil-led It IH an oil and ditttillatc bn*inchs and controls the trade of three suburban towns, arid consists «f ttiu following; about one acre of ground, with tw.< spur tracks running through th«: property, improved with two warehouses, a complete blacksmith sho|>, ! corral and shed fur 10 head of stock, tfas engine and OUIIIJJH for running oil i from tank cars to tanks, •"• tanks i with total capacity of 100,000 gallons; 2 span of mules, three tank wagons arid about So drums and smaller tanks. I'rice ». 14,000. Will M:|| for cash, on terms or will exchange for the above mentioned projiertie-,. The ground alone i.-j nearly worth the price lo say no'.mi)/ of tin- plant, biioiness and eijiiipment. (a-.li i •> [ii'efi-rrcd, and im tr.ule will be- c'>ijiidered at mil,it.-d lijMin- •>, and tfiin i-wnci.-. only. This i-, an imiivia! opportunity, dnnt fail to i n V -.tit; 11 le it. A line i n ve-vt ill'; nt with (<r.,it /nti.r.-. I.( . J'AC.K' t>2Cliumber ..i ( -^i,m-'|..... 12-'. Soap Soap Soap My line ol soaps ha> been picket! n>lth an Idea of pleailny cilery clam nf soap user imaginable, as n>ell an la citpe n>lth the peculiar conditions °f CoOina'i x>ater. Any price toap. Any scent of soap. Soapi that Htlll lather. Soaps that can be utetl on bnby H>Hhoul an after application of talcum pon'tler. SoaPi that mill cut the grease ail'J aril <>' the K>i>rklnu man and leai)e hli hand I soft and H>hite. LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS AND I'LL TELL YOU WHAT SOAP TO USE. THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION Previous to 1893, the annual losses through battle 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 burglarized in 1907. The total loss was but $4,217, the work being that of yeggmcn and not professionals. This bank also carries ample burglar insurance. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 It takes a good deal of Machinery to run your ranch, doesn't it? Something need fixing? That's what we do- - WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Kslimates furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Slio|> and Oflicu G|>(ioHit<: S. I'. Dcjut Home; I'lioiu: 2WI Covina, Cal. BEN F, THORPE CliMHNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sixes carried in slock. Reinforced Cunrn-U- iimldings a Specialty Van 1 Wt-ht Cv|»re»>b Avi-ii'io Ti:l«'|ihont: 4037 COVINA MEAT MARKET J. I . KI-NDAU., I'rop. Order 1 , tak'-n and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Homt; i'honc i'-

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