Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, November 28, 1908
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(local Events, V> 1^ g ^&'z^===^===^ Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Ltidurg of Pifctsburg, Pa,, are guests nt tbe home of Dr. and tbe Misses Herron. Learn bow to make good coffee from Mrs. Rilny at Homo's Grocery next week, beginning Monday. 1 t Roy Hutchison left this week for Santa Barbara to sell sixty bend of horses and mules at auction. Mrs. Alfred Fletcher, who has been quite ill with pleurisy, is reported as being somewhat better. Mr. Jack Fletcher, son of Rev. Alfred Fletcher, is expected borne tomorrow for a lengthy vacation. Miss Ethel Fensom is spending a week with her friend, Miss Crete King. It is not too late to get some swell photos taken at C. W. Tucker's studio for Christmas. Kodaks, any style and size sold here for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nuzum have commenced a cozy six-room story and a half bungalow on their ranch property on Rowland avenue. Mrs. Anna Abbott, a tourist from Pittsburg, Kansas, who is wintering in Los Angeles, is her cousin, Mrs. C. H. Kistler. Mrs. G. F. Preston is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard in Los Angeles. On Tuesday she attended the wedding of her younger sister. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carter on Sunday last were O. P, Spiers, son and daughter of Upland, and Elder Wm. J. Reeves, a prominent Baptist of Barnes, Iowa. The Indies of the Baptist Church will have their annual sole of fancy work and other useful articles Wednesday afternoon and evening, Deo. 2, in the Sanders building, corner Bndillo and Citrus avenue. Hot waffles and coffee will be served. Adv. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Chemberlen entertained at dinner on last Sunday Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Funk and family and Miss Deasil Hollinger, instructor at tbe Bereau Bible School, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Blackwell and Mrs. H. A. Ransome, old Colorado friends who hnve settled in Los Angeles, arrived to spend the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. ~N.-At wood, ......; ..,.•.,»„ ...,..., ,.„,..,;., Ttiere is to be an illustrated lecture at the Womans Club House under the auspices of tbe Baptist young people Dec. llth by Rev. F. W. Reynolds of Los Angeles. This is said to be the best, illustrated lecture ever given o% the coast, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Chase of Delhi, Iowa, arrived in Covina Tuesday. They are visiting with their nephew, Ben F. Thorpe, and expect to spend tbe winter in this locality. Mr. Chase is a retired merchant and is greatly pleased with this country, this being his first visit here. The Arg-us was misinformed last week in its statement that Christian Science meetings would henceforth be held at C. W. Tucker's residence. The meetings on Sunday morning are held as usual at the home of Mrs. Geo. B. McLaughlin on Center street, with the same readers. J. M. Smith is expending some gasolene energy this week in an auto trip with his family, which will include a visit in Hollywood with their son Chester, and a trip in the San Fernando valley. A portion of the time will also be spent at their beach oottaj'e in Ocean Park. Architect F. S. -Allan, who for several years has maintained an office at Pasadena, has secured a suite of rooms at 712-714 Security building in this oity. Mr. Allen's work in school architeoturn both in this state and tbe East is of the highest character.—Builder and Contractor (Los Angeles;. Mrs. E. P. Warner was a guest at a reception given last Saturday afternoon arid evening by the Rev. and Mrs. Inwood of University M. E. Church, to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary. Over 400 guests were received srid Mrs. Inwood was presented with many costly and beautiful gifts. A larfta (fathering of the primary Sunday-school teachers of the town was present on Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. in tbe social hall of the PreH- byterian Church. The lesson for the following Sunday was ably elucidated by Mrs. t'.. P. Warner. The meetings for the next four wrtks, to be held in the same place, will be led us follows : Dec. 1, by Mife.s Doyle: Dec. 8. l,y Miss Merue Bruckwa.v, stale .superintendent tit primary work; Jan. 15, Miss Lilian Dougiase; Jan. 2U, Mrs. Fesler. All intt-reettd are welcome. J. S. Holsinger of Laton spent Tuesday in Covinn calling on old friends. Mrs. Riloy, Nowmnrk's coffee demonstrator, Home's Grocery all next week. The Aripbion Club meets tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe. Wm. Fesler of Kansas arrived this week to spend the winter at the home of bis cousin, Samuel Fosler. Miss Marie Harris of Pomona is visiting her friend, Miss Anita Reynolds. Oysters all the time at Crenshaw's Grocery. Fresh and flue, 20c a dozen. If Miss Kitty Bashor of Prospect Park is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Miller. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bashor jf Duarte, Friday, Nov. 20, an eight- pound girl. TO LET—Two rooms with bath upstairs. Enquire of Mre. W. A. Layman, opposite Episcopal church. It Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews and children of Avalou arrived yesterday from Son Pedro to spend the winter in Covina. Cupid's Victims Feted. Four victims of Cupid, two brides and two grooms, wore entertained royally on Tuesday evening by the members of the Baraca and Philathea of the Methodist church. The ladies and gentlemen were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bonham and Mr. and Mrs. Chai'les Gass. The church parlors were thrown open and made attractive for the event, and every member of the two organizations made it, as pleasant as possible for tde ones wbo bad fallen under tbe spell of the little god. Tbe decorations were in keeping w ith the Thanksgiving season, and were prettily arranged by the ladies. Refreshments of cocoa and wafers were served, and a pleasing entertainment was a part of the program. OUR AfflH: Warner, Wbitsel & (o. Brown & Botin Pomona Sanitary Laundry City Business. The trustees held a brief session on Tuesday evening at wbiob the question of shade tree plaiting was discussed and the clerk instructed to secure B copy of the state law governing the same. Under this law the trustees expect to bo able to secure tho planting of shade trees on every street in our city during the present winter. The closing of tho alloy through tbe high school property on Citrus avenue was laid over until the next meeting. Bills paid: F. G. Dcssery, engineer, 872.10; J. L. Matthews, printing, 83.55; Chester Chapman, street work. 825.50; Pacific Light and Power Co., street lights, 850.30; J. E. Haldeunin, street work, 112.50; B. C. Prentiss, street work, 813.75; M. L. Mnhnert, street superintendent, 828.15; C. Stanton, street work, 82.00; Ed Rebham, street work, 4!).50; A. G. Gaut, street work, 9AQ. 50; C. J. Rooks, blacksmith, 80.80. Fish Commissioner Writes. George D. Mussey, brother of N. D. Mussey of Covina, has been secretary of the State Fish Commission of Michigan since 1887. He writes interestingly to bis brother here of bis official position, and evinces interest in the fruit-growing of this section. Mr: Musoey speaks of hia activities iu tbe presidential campaign, and mentions the fact that be bae been accused of being bald-headed. He states in a- humorous way that be had rather be bald-beaded on tne outside than on the inside. Mr. Mussey of Covina has not seen bis brother since 1886, but has kept constantly iu touch with him. He says that his brother may see fit to make California a visit, and iu that case he will endeavor to make him a permanent resident here. Special Train to the City of Mexico AND RETURN Leaving Los Angeles Dec. 16th This will be a great trip. Berth reservations should be made early. SEE Southern Pacific Agents Meeting in the Arlventista' bull on Citrus avenue every Saturday evening at 7:30. "The Kingdom of Grace and the Kingdom of Glory" is Hubject for n&xt Saturday evening, Nov. 28. All are cordially invited to iitfend these meeting?). Christian Church: Bible Sobool 9:45. Preaching by the pantor 11; Hubjeot. "The Gruoe of Gratitude." Junior 3. Senior Endeavor 0:30. Preaching 7:30: subject, "Tbe Strange Conflict Within Uu. " MIIHJO by chorus under direction nt' Prof. Groom. All are cordially invited Prayer meeting and teacher training dlusB Thurnday evening. Wornhip at the Itaptiht Church Bible School 9:45. Preaching 11 by Hev. H. E. Clarke of tbe Musical Revival Cnmaders. B.Y.P.U. 6:30 p. in. Leader, Kev. M. II. Perry. To pic, "Our Foreign Element. " Preach- .ing 7:'JU p.m. by Key. M. H. Perry. ; Subject, "A Special DisoourHe to i Young People." Ttiere will b« Hpec- 1 iul iiiHttnme/itul music at each 8*r- i vice by the Musical Hevival CriiBad- ers. All are invited to these meeting*,. i Services in the Church nt the Holy Trinity- First Sunday in Advent: Holy Communion 7:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:40. Morning prayer 11. " Week of Prayei" for thfc ex- teimirjn of Christ's king loin among men. "Subject, What Men (.'an li-.i ti.r •Ifchiis Chrifet. " An imitation is extender! especially to all uifcii and boya to attend this fcer\i:-e. Kven- Kung 7 :.'!(). Subject, "The Second Coming of Christ." Otferloiy an them tjy tLe choir. San Joaquin Valley New Daylight Train Parlor Car Between Los Angeles and Fresno. From Los Angeles daily at 7:35 a. m., arriving Fresno 7:17 p. m. From Fresno 8:50 a. m., arriving Los Angeles 8:45 p. m. Southern Pacific D. C. Schenck, Agent, Covina Phone 144 JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE I Orange Groves, City Property I Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, AND MST YOUR PROVHRTV i Office with A. M. Pence, Reed H1K. COVINA, CAL. THE Don't be deceiver! by imitations of DeWitt's Carnolized Witch Hazel Salve. When you ask for DeWitt's bo sure you get it. The name is stamper) on every box. There is just one original. It is especially good for piles. We sell and recommend them. Solrl by C. F. Clapp. FOK KXCHANOE OR SALIC THK BEST opportunity ever offered, to exchange your orange, alfalfa, walnut or other ino'iue property, for a busi- neat, thai has lici-n established nine years, is paying better than $3000 per year net and in capable of being doubled It is an oil aim distillate bushiest* and controls the trade of three suburban towns, and consists of the following—about one acre of ground, with two spur tracks running through the property, improved with two ware- hoiiHes, a complete blacksmith shop, corral and shed for 10 head of stock, gas engine and pumps for running oil from tank cars to tanks, 5 tanka with total capacity of 100.CXXJ gallons; 2 span of nniles, three tank wagons and about -So drums and smaller tanks. I'rice 114,000. Will sell for cash, on terms or will exchange for the above mentioned properties. The ground alone is nearly worth the price to say nothing of tbi: plant, business and equipment. ('a«h is preferred, and no trarle will be con^ at inflated | figures, <iud from owners only. Thin | i.s ar unusual opportunity, dont fail to investigate it. A tine investment with 'great future. J. C. I'A<;K' 442 Chamber of Commerce. 12- r > For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Cows bought and sold. Covina Dairy. Telephone 2038. tf L'ost — Lady's brown leather hand bag. Finder please leave at post office. Mrs. Solon Jessup. • Jtp | Want 84000 building loan for business block. Interest monthly. K. Box 8, Covina. OYSTERS -Prom this timo on wn will carry fresh o'ystcrs in bulk at 20c u doxcn. CrtMishuw'a Grocery. 'Siigeno" Hair Food and "Sagone" Pile Salve arc home products, made in Coviuii. Got them at Nash's, 50c. Walnuts for sale. Mile and one- half west on Han Bernardino. Address M. H. Perry, Covina, Cal. Place your spare cash in tho Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at, •! per cent. A 1 Walnuts for sale. Any quantity. BRIMBLK RANCH, Ban.nca St. BuiiUi from end of oar line. tf Wanted—Work. Reliable party wants work on ranch. Apply to this office. 1 tp For Sale- -A span of good, all-purpose horses. Mrs. G. J. Reynolds. Phone 4038. For Sale- -Oak and sycamore stove wood, 88 and f 10 per cord. ,7. C. Clutterbuok. tf WANTED—To rnnt, v a furnished house .of five rooms, or part of n hotise. Phone 1126; • Mrs. R. M. Casad. What are you doing for the "gutn disease" in your orange grove? Ever try a grooving knife? 25o at Kollar- Thomuson Mfg. Co. tf For Rent •-•Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. S. E. Coons, West Bndillo street, phono 2182. Table board by the meal or week. Mrs. Mary B. Gray, first house oast of Wilson's paint shop, E. JJadillo street, tt For Sale — Good team, wagon and barium For particulars call up Arohio Vincent, Home Phone 3H, San Bernardino road, t f For Salo—Team of horsoH, weight, HIOO. Also hiirnoHS. A bargain. Phono (J4. Covina P.O. R. E. Mis- suldinc. tt Wanted -•• A fli'Ht class '20-ncro oningc grovo in hour i UK- Some Valcnclas. Description and lowest cash prioo to J. H. Matthews, Co- vinii. FOR HALIC One (team of marc mules 7 and H yearn old, woight 2500 Jbs. Absolutely sound and safe. llitrrieHH und now wiigon cnn he. bought al a bargain, li. C, Bonton, Itp Will Hell best corner of Pucnt.o and Second street for 91)75 oiiHh ne.xl, week. Also two houses in LOH Angeles 9500 below cost, one now, OSCAIt MLLKK, Owner. I'm,no 101. 1 tp Fit/.Gorald <t Hurry of Pasadena loun money on runchc.H find improved real estate at lowest, current rtil.cH. Write, or telephone thorn at 1'nmidcnn or cull up •). W. ProntihH, Cuvina phono 211)4, und abk to IIHVO a repro Hcntutivo of the firm call on you. tt I Covina Peoples Store | -T; (INCOKPOKATNP) f^ OUTFITTERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY CHRISTMAS is almost here and the proper Ximis shopping time has come. Monday we open up our entire line of Xmas goods for your inspection. Make mother's heart glad by a fine set of Table Linear*, pure Irwh Linen. Toys and Wagons for the little folks. We have a line line, of burned wood boxes, pallcllcs and ornaments. Fine sweaters coats for Father or Brother. We also have them for mother sister and swcethi art. Watch for our opening windows. There is many a home in Covina, Where the angels of happiness camps; That is filled with beautiful premiums, Given free with Trading Stamps. We give trading stamps free with every purchas of lOc or over. Explanatory booklet free on application. Soap Soap Soap My line ottoapt hat been picked nflth an Idea of planting etiery clam of soap user Imaginable, at H'cll as to cope itrltli the peculiar condition! "f CoOina't malar. Any price *oap. Any *aent of soap. Soaps that tflll lather. Snaps that can be uted on baby without an after application of talcum potfdtr. SoaPt that H>lll out the grease and grit of the H'orklny man and leat)e hi* handi toft and tfhltt. LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS AND I'LL TELL YOU WHAT SOAP TO USK. The Small Depositor Is Welcome at This Bank. A hundefd 6mall accoiihts" rnake a bank stronger than a do/en large ones. That is one of our reasons for urging the man of limited means to transact his business with us. Large accounts are welcome too, for it is our purpose to serve all the people, whether their business be small' or large. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 It takes a {food 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. Kstimates furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and ODicu opposili: S. I*. I)c|»t Home IMionc 2H'i Covina, Cal. BEN F, THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All si/.es carried in stock." Kein forced Concrete; Buildings a Specialty Yan 1 Wc-st CIvprcsH Avciine Telephone 4037 TO -LKT A good house on Went Center nil-cut, furnished well, dec trio light anrl gas. Would like to lease by year or for about eight, months. HeaHonable rent. (Jail up 1*213 or hen Mrs. Mary Jordan, Co vina, Cal. 12 « BIDS W.\NTKD On .making boxes at. ('hatter Oak House,, season J!)OH l'.ll>'.>. To label anil make boxes, all boxe.i to have 04 Id nails. iioxes lo be slacked as per instruction of boiiio foreman. Shook to be m.loaded from ear a/id slacked in basement. '. Olendo.a Citrus .Usoc.alion, j [<|'esh af1(l TCIldCr BCCf, Muttdl, POfR, EtC. I ) vi'ilj Olt-ndora, Cal. I 1 ' Hoi'ic I'hone M, COVINA MEAT MARKET J. I . KliNDAI.I., I'rop. Order-. Liken and deliveries m.ide daily. Ordcri» in tdwj; will recrive ))ioiiij)l a I ten tion.

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