Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 7
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f local Events. V) -~$~,sea^========-= Born to Mr. aud Mrs. C. A. Lnrick of Azusa, Nov. 23, a daughter. Mr. arid Mrs. Ennis left on Monday to spend the week with friends flit Alhambra. Mrs. Hannah Osborne of Wbittier VPBS the guest early in the week of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Wbitsel. Senior play, "County Chairman," Womans Club House, Friday, Dec. 18. Mrs. Widney of Los Angeles was the guest this week of her daughter Mrs. R. O. Simpson. II'm, Pie! Doesn't it make you hugry? Just that one word P-I-E. Warner, Whitsel & Co.'s pie. Our store will be open every evening until 8 p. m. and 10 p. m. Saturdays. BROADWELL STORE. Mrs. W. H. Matthews aud family are occupying tbo Rice cottage ou East San Bernardino road. Mrs. Rosa C. Clarke entertained at tea last Saturday eight "grownups" and sixteen children. A right choice is half the dinner. Make it Warner, VVhitsel & Co.'s pastry. Arthur Hoffman and Fred Cbem- berlen spent Sunday with friends at Lordsburg. Mr. and Mrs. McLaugblin and little sou left on Thursday to take up their residence in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Foltz of Los Angeles were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rowland. Mrs. J. S. Eckles has returned from a two weeks' visit at the home of her son, Arthur, in Redoiido. A. W. Pooley bas traded his ranch at Ontario for a house and lot at Pomona. Mrs. W. A. Dinwiddle of the Philippines will arrive on Monday to visit at the home of Mrs. A. Merrill. Mrs. J. 8. Billheimer of Los Angeles spent Saturday at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Overboltzer. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lee attended the reception in Los'Angeles, Nov. 21st at the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Inwood in celebration of their twentieth anniversary. Next week, Friday night, at Womans Club House, Dr. F. W. Reynolds. Finest illustrated lecture now being delivered on the ooast. Auspices B.Y.P.U. of Baptist church. Williams' Jubilee Singers at Azusa Opera House December 12. Auspices ot Azusa Woman's Club. Douhle quartette of colored singers. Be sure arid be there. 12-12 The overturning of a kettle of boiling water caused severe burns to Pa.xton Carnahan this week. His feet were badly scalded, and it will be necessary for him to use crutches in walking for some time. Mr. Thomas Finch and son Ray, Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Cbemberlen and daughter, Miss Ruth, spent Sunday at Fuller-ton as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Finch. The trip was made by auto. Miss Hattie Nye, who has been bookkeeper at the Home grocery for some time, has resigned the position in order to devote her entire time to the study of music. Miss Nye is a musician of high accomplishment. Mrs. McBeth, widow of the late Dr. J. C. McBeth, of Denver, and Mr. Louis Perrin of Los Angeles, formerly of Denver, were guests on Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. At.wood. Mr. Jack Fletcher, son of Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Fletcher, arrived home Wednesday from Berkeley and will remain over the Christmas holidays, Mr. Fletcher is private secretary to Prof. H. Morse Stephens of the University of California. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith arrived home on Sunday from Hanta Monica, where they spent H pleasant few days on their Surf atreet property. Mr. Smith has refused a good offer fur i this property and says that the tunnels will do great things for all the bey. K. P. G'Neil, pafc-.Hi(.'<-r a^ent for the Chicago, Burlington A Oiiincy Railroad (Ympwnv. v.in i-. making a tour of infection through Cali- Comfortably furnished room for rent. Mrs. Martha Hibflcb. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Stauton have removed to Orange street. Senior play, "County Chairman," Womans Club House, Friday, Dec. 18. One of life's happy thots. To come home to a cup of Warner, Whitsel & Co.'s Premier Blend Coffee. For Rent—3 rooms, singly or en- suite. Furnished or unfurnished, Dr. Bates. Live to a good old age, live lawgb and be happy. Use TOP-NOTCH Bread, OUR AMIS: Warner. Whitsel & (o. Brown & Bohri Pomona Sanituy Laundry fornia, was the guts! '.t Mr. and Mrfc. Andrew McAlien cue day this week. Mr. O'.N'eil's headquarters! are situated in Kansas City. Whili- in the slat*- he will call upon several old acquaintances and frk-uda. Mrs. Mary Leebrick has been spending the week with friends at Uplands. Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts of Long Beach are spending a few days with the',- daughter, Mrs. J. W. Armstrong. Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Stoele entertained at luncheon ou Monday last, tbo guests being Mis. G. F. Preston, Mrs, MoLaugblin and Mrs. Rowland. Our store will he open until 8 p. m. every evening and 10 p, m. Saturdays. Plenty of help. BROADWELL STORE. Mrs. Gilmore, physical director of lie public schools, has moved into ,he Ferguson cottage lately moved >nto East Italia street. Miss Mary Hosford of Oberlin, O., arrived last Monday to pay an ex:ended visit at, the home of her cousin, Mrs. G. D. Jennings. C. S. Delano and family have moved into the Moxley place on San Bernardino road, lately occupied by J. M. Statiton and family. Mrs. Mattie Fay, and Mrs. Ida Hicks arrived from San Diego Thursday of this week for a pre-holiday visit at the home of Mrs. E. M. Wallace on Dexter street. • Keep Friday night open for Dr. Reynolds' lecture at the Club House. An entertainment that entertains. Given to crowded houses at Long Beach. Auspices B.Y.P.U., Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huff have moved this week into their new home on W. College street, known as tbo Shank cottage, which • they recently acquired by purchase. Mrs. J. C. Angell, who has been epeuding the past year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Congdon on E. Badillo street, left Saturday to make her home' at Beaumont. Marion Sturgill and sister, Mrs. Edna Leighton, returned Sunday to again make Covina their homo. They have been spending several months in the neighborhood of Fresno, Mrs. M. Shelton was taken to the California hospital Sunday to undergo serious surgical operation. A successful operation was performed Monday, since which time she has been steadily improving. Miss Ruth Davis left Covina on Sunday evening for San Francisco Here she took passage Deo. 1st on the Mongolio for Japan. She is sent to this country by the national W.C.T.U. as a temperance missionary. Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. G. W. Lee were Mr. and Mrs. M. Baidridge and grandson, Lee Harnlin of Pomona, Mrs. M. S. FInmlin and Miss Elizabeth Hamlin. of Ocean Park and Herman Lee of Los Angeles. A "Missionary Tea" will bo given at the home of Mrs. Moxley on San Bernardino road on Thursday next, Doc. 8, at 2:30 p.m. by the W.F. M. S. of the M. E. Church. All ladies of the church are given a special invitation to be present. A silver offering will be taken. On account, at thfi otherwise welcome rain on WedneHday. the street cleaning was postponed until today The ladies KHV there will he plenty of beans on hand, although the two big demands have al.'iost depleted the market and beans three times a day has been the fate of many a household during the last few days. The annual bazaar of the Koinan Catholic parish of Azusa, Covina and Glendora was opened yesterday in a store next to the postt'ifflce at AXIIHH. It will be continued all day today and possibly nn Monday, A variety of uteful and ornamental articles can ! be obtained. Mrs. B. F. Thorpe, who bas charge of the domestic and grocery department, announces spuc.ial bargains in thete iines with a hand Bomb picture given with each $1.00 purchase. Also chances on a steel ramie with excellent baking p.ivtder. The candy booth ii in chaise ot Mrs. Kerekhoff and fai.ey w,ik in charge of Mhs Casey. A s[ f-eial feature will l,e a S|.aiti.ib suj.; t r on Saturday evening". 'iliftie v.ill also l,e refreshments, fish pond, music, pietty giHb aud all .sorts of aiu&elions. Adv. What coffee mnkea you want a second cup? Warner, Whitsel & Co. 'a Premier Blend Coffee. What's best when you entertain? Warner, VVhitsel & Co. 's Premier Blend Coffee. Miss Josephine Rosenthal was a Thanksgiving nud weoli end guest of her sister, Mrs. F. J. Cline. Dr. and Mrs. Cline wore week cud guests of Mr. and Mrs. Puck of Porno ua. What's best when you're tired and hungry? Warner, Whilsel Premier Blend Coffee. it Co. 's Mr. and Mrs, Ben Fesler of Red- Innd.s visited relatives in Covina on Sunday last. What delights Warnur, WhiLsel Blend Coffee. hungry man? Co.'s Premier On account of ill health, will sell my orange ranch at a reduced figure. Crop goes with plnoo if taken soon. S. R. Head ley. tf For Sale—Orange wood. 811.00 a cord on ground and 812. 50 delivered. R. Anderson. Azuea phone 4237. Pumpkins For Sale—South of Ruddock Ranch on Puontc Road, or enquire of Johnson & Nigg, Ilasshei- der Bros. 12-Gp For Sale: Or will trade for a first class milk cow, a good two inch steel axle, four horse wagon, with hay rack. Inquire o( G. T. Esohmann, Glendora. Home phone 3055. 12-12 Mrs. D. M. Abbott aud child of Orange street are home again after an extended stay for several months with relatives and friends in Ohio and Nebraska. ^WANTED—We will pay 25 cents for one copy in good state of preservation of the following numbers of the Argus: Deo. 1, 1906, Feb. 2, 1907, May 4, 1907 and July 20, 1907. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM. AND MPT YOUR TKOrKKTV Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Hlk. COVINA, CAL. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Jersey mil oh M. Wells. For Sale--A Call 50(11. H. For Sale A Call r>OG'l. II. Want 84000 building business block. Interest K. Box 8, Covina. Jersey milch M. Wolls. cnw. loan for monthly. IRWINDALE. Ernest Washburn and family of Pasadena, who were Thanksgiving guests of E. R. Corf man 'and family, have been spending the week at the Cofi'mnn borne. Miss Irene Wadoy is the guest of G. T. Brown and family. W. Sprotte and family have moved into their pretty new bungalow on Lark Ellen street, opposite r.he B. F. Thorpe residence. Walter Biddick is spending tho week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mead. Miss Kdna Modio spent, a fow days this week with Mrs. D. Reichard. Frank Swallow is home from El OYSTERS From this time on we will carry fresh oysters in bulk at 20o a dozen. CreiiNhaw's Grocery. "Sagono" Hair Food and "Sagono" Pile Salvo arc home products, made in Covina. (Jot, thorn at Nash'.s. 5()c. Rooms to rent, for light housekeeping -- Apply tu Mrs. Allison, West. Dexter St. t t Oysters nil the time at Cnumhnw'H Grocery. Fresh and flue, 20c a dozen, tf Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. A 1 Walnuts for sale. Any quantity. BRIMBLE. RANCH, Baraiicn St. South from end of oar lino. tf For Sale—Oak and sycamore stove wood, 88 aud $10 per cord. J. C. Cluttorbuok. tf For Sale —Fine combination bay mare, weight 850 pounds. Very stylish under saddle; a good drlvei. Call Coviua Home Phone 2232. Tho Southwestern Brokerage Company will buy your o ranees for cash. R, O. Simpson, agent. Ofllce with California Citrus Union, tf Lost—Gold watch fob with monogram ll.R.D. ; reverse side filigree figure. Finder ploiiHo leave at First National Bank. H WANTED- To rent, a furnished house of five rooms, or part of a house. Phone 1128. Mrs. R. M. Casad. What are you doing for the "gum disease" in your orange grove'/ Ever try a grooving knife? 2fjo at Kullar- TbomuHon Mfg. Co. tf For Rent - -Furnished rooms light housekeeping. Apply to S. E. Coons, WOK!. liadillo street, phono 2182. For Sale — Good team, wagon and hiirncHH. For naiticulars cull up Archie Vincent, Home Phone .')H, for Centro, ests. where he has business inter- i i Han Bernardino road, t, f R. C. Casad has left for a three weeks' trip to Anblnnd, Oregon. It is not too late to get some swell photos taken at C. W. Tucker's studio for Christinas. Kodaks, any style and six.e sold here for Christmas. For Sale- -Team of hornoH, weight, HI 00. Also harneHH. A bargain. Phone, «4. Covina J'.O. K. H. Mis tf FOK EXCHANGE OR SALE THE BEST opportunity ever offered, to exchange your orange, alfalfa, wulmit or other income property, for a business that has been established nine years, is paying- better than .-5.31*00 per year net and is capable of being doubled It is an oil and distillate business and controls the trade of three suburban to-.vr.s, and consists of the following -about one acre of ground, with two spur tracks running through the. projferty, improved with two svare- houses, a complete blacksmith nhop, corral and shed for 10 head of stock, t;as engine and pumps for running oil from tank cars to tanki, S tanks with total capacity of lOO.Ofxi gallon*; 2 span of mules, three tank '.'.a^ons ana about ~J> drums and smaller tanks, i'ric <• iH,M*0. Will .->tll for cash, on u-rnii i.r will exchange for the above mentioned properties. The ground aloi:-: ii nearly worth the price Io say no" i. ii.'i' of the plant,, businesn and i-(j!,i]in.ei,t. Cash is preferrtc.', a,nd no tr;i<,'- •. :li be considered at inli.ited h;/:", re.-.. and from owners only. 'I hi-, i-, an :• nii.-.ual opportunity, dont faii to iir.':-.tit;i'.H- it. A fine investment with great future. J. ( , i J A(,l\' 442 Chamber of Co.!.nv;r.<--. 12- r Wanted A firHi, C!HHN '20 acre orange grove in hearing. Homo ValeneiiiH. Description and lowest, cash price to .J. 11. Malthowu, Covina. Fit/Gerald A- liiirry of Pasadena loan money on runchcH and Irnprov- 11 «id real estate at lowest current rates. | Write or telephone, them at I'iinadena lor call up J. W. I'reritiss, Covina phone 2KM, and auk to hwvc a representative 'if the HI-HI call on yon. tr 1SIDH WANTED On making boxen ut Charter Oak House, season lltOH !!)()!). To label and make boxes, all box(>H to huv<> M Id nulls. J^'uxen io be Htacked au per instruction of bonne foreman. Shook to be unloaded from ear and Hthcked in basement. (Jlendoia Citrus Association, ] 2-Hp (Jlendoia, ('(;!. FOR RENT 1<;U acres near '.' in Kiveraide count.y. HO mires- ed and plowed and ready Io seed alfalfa, which renter muni. seed, an en suitable foi giitin and There is a fairly good 5 room a bain and ;> windmill on the and a new '.ifj hoise power Morris [lumping plant '/^i )iH inches. The "lift." i -. Terr/ib: % I'-' <»n acre fur the, of alfalfa la-id, pajable Jan. July In), and one (bird of on the other rtO. Addiess S'J r.i:J.K. i.l Monte, Cal. CHRISTMAS shopping time is here and \vc arc prepared to supply you with presents for ail the family and your friends. Send a madc-in-Southcrn-California orange wood souvenir or a Japanese wind ball to your eastern friends. We have them, larg-e and small. A New Line of ladies' fine shoes. We have just received a complete stock of Val. Duttcnhofer shoes for ladies. Kightcen different styles to choose from. Oxfords, black and tan all sizes. We can ill your foot, be it largo or small. High shoes in bals and bluchers. Dress shoes, house shoes or comfort shoes. Just the thing- for a practical Christmas THE Covina Peoples Store (INCUK\'OKATKI>) The Best Gift of All Why not bestow a Clii'istiiiaH K'ift that will please the whole family and your friends? EDISON Phonograph Brings the band, orchestra, opera, and vaudeville into the home. I'Jn- tertitins company, whiles away the evening hours. iCtlnciilUN and keeps company the children quiet. We have one rtinnhi<>- all the lime. Drop in and hear it. //car the new four-minute Amherol records. The Small Depositor Is Welcome at This Bank, A hiiiulcrd small accounts make a hank st ngcr than a do/en large ones. That is one of our reasons ior urging the man of limited means to transact his business with us. Largo accounts are welcome loo, for it is our purpose to serve all the people, whether their businesshe small or large. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 It takes ;i fjood deal of Machinery to run your ranch, doc-.sn'l it? Something need fixing? Thill's what we do - WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly (!<|uipp<;d for all classes of machine; work. Patterns made. JCstimatcs furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. I'. Oep'jt Home I'houe. 2H'> Covina, Cal. BEN F. THORPE CliMUNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All six.es carried in slock. Kcinforced Concrete Uiuldings a Specialty Yuri' Went Cvpresn A venue Telephone COVINA MEAT MARKET J. 1 . KI-NDAi.l., Prop. <)n|i-r.-. t.ik"-n and deli v<-ri'v, made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home I'lionc

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