Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 12, 1908 · Page 8
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WITHOUT WARNINO. Death Claims Edwin McLeod, Authority On Indian Lore, Who Had Covina Relatives. Tho Hiiddfi) death of I'M win Mo- Lend, brother of William McLf-ml <>l Covinn, nccnrwl Fridii.y fTidrniriP! fit the home of Alton Mc'Lnod, Mis nephew In LOB Ant'flfM, thf rrsult. of licnrt, failure. The.- df;ith hiis rinsed sorrow atiioinr widely sr'tttcifd pr-nplp in this nin(<', MS Iliis rwiti pfiHHfMf'd n rfitnnrk«l;l,v hir#<* Mjmhor of friends. For rmin.v y«'»r« hi; VUIH fi tiavf-lcr for om* of lln> on th' 1 Parifi'* f'ofi.st, ;ind liurl rcrrnl- )y {K'ceplfd (i ni'W pu'-iiion with thfi iril<:iil,ion'/f lakinx up his duties iiflor an extensive v/ir»it ion in Southern 1*0 r('iiir:rriV)(*rfid man who has Kdwin Mel. nod in Ciilifornid ««i th done the most toward unravel lint.' tin* secrets of the Indian tribes of California, for he made the native tribes h)H eloF-e«t study. At his Jiotr.n in I3ak<*rH.llcld one of the largest mid inoHt. valuable collections of Indian curios 'n the slate hns remained fur yearn a source of delight, to seekers nftcr knowledge of Ihe early hiHtory of the slate, mid Its inhabitants, lie has itlho rniidfi a .study of early mis- nnrl the Spanish I'aitliH nf the in aneienl, time. IJesidos his brotiicr iti Covinn, he leaves another brother, Uen.ifimin McLeod, iri the Imperial valley, and n sister rind brother in Ililo, Jlitwuii. Tho sinter, Mrs. ileHsin Taylor, hud .pint lefl, for Ililo but a few weekH ago, mid was the on« mast closely conned od with th(! deceased, ns»he rnadu his home with her, having never himself rmir- ried. Kfdafives will take the hody to Uakernfleld today. Mr. MeLeod tvnH 48 years old. Recently Hie deceased WIIH a tfiiest of his' hrother in Covina, Hpending Thanksgiving J)ny here, and liis vlHit, won him tnnny new friends. This death makes Ihe third one within a few month as (ho mother of tin; deceased and her brother have recently passed nivHy, School nntertnlnmetit. The lll'lh and sixth grades of the grammar Hc.hool will give l * Christmas program in the Hlxlh grade room, Friday aUrrnonn, I >••:(!. IHtii, at 'J o'clock sharp. An invitation is extended to HID pativ/iiH of 111.) school aw (in iti- lon'sling program him been prepared: Bonn, "The First, Chris!III/IH" by NBW BAKKRY FIRH. Stevens & Matney will Take Over Business of Citrus Avenue Shop. Charles Stevens and Mathew Mnt- ney have bought the bfikery nwned and operated by O. (inner, kiifiwn as the (,'ovinn Home, I'jikery. cm Citrus posfefision Mr. f avenue, and will tnk" the business nt, once, will ren.aiii with the new owners f'.r a few days. It, is I tin intention of these two well known Covina young men to branch out extensively in their biifdnesH. Outside delivery will bo marie a specialty, and the whole of the upper valley will be covered by their I.eitin. Mr. Htevfiiis, who hiiH been employed by W. <). CiiHter in the furniture busine"s for some lime, was formerly baker for Warner, Whitsel \ Co. and in Hint capacity KHVO Rat isfncl inn. ffe is tliui oiit-'hiy acquainted with Ihia mid (,'ovina people art; to ho C'liitfrfilulatefl that he is to K" hack to his profession once moro. Mr. Mnl- ney waH connected for some time with the Week's Making Company of Los Armeies, und knows the business thoroughly. Tho young rr;r^ii have j ninny friends in thin their HiicceHH in this venl lire is ansured. h.cnlity find ' new business St. Francis Bazaar. Tlifi festival hir/.imr under the* auspices of Mt. Francis Church at A/usa, Inilel this last, \ve;ek was a dee-ided stic- oeisH in every way. The newly organ- i'/fifl parish has gfir f; forward with rapid strides of late and the menibcr- filiip is grfiwing constantly. Mrs. A. P. Kerckhoff of Covina was at the head of the ladies who made the ha- xaar Filch >i succensful affair, wltli Mrs. Hen, I' 1 . Thorpe assist im', and all the prominent Indies of the parish presided at. the different booths. 12 IJunt, Alma Henl Mid Hilda Anderson, Dialogue, "VVho Unl, the Turkey;'" six Ijoys. A short play, A Uiiclitilor'H Christ HIIIH", Mr. 1,'obfrl Ch(!stcr; bachelor. in ncones our and two, .John IMnriin; Mr. K'obt. (JhcNler, in HCffiie-H two and three, fiilhnrlNigg; \V'i lion, ' in .scenes one and two, Daniels; Mrs. U'illon, in four and live, (''ranocsj .Mur- Mi'M, Will on '.s I'hildicn. Special At the Church of the; Holy Trinity ( Kplscnpnl) on Sunday evening an c'vensong will be given, to which everyone is invited. Quite an elaborate program lias been Hrrftngcd. It, will be a forerunner of the Christ- I mas t'CHtival music, which will be i more iitiibilioiis than ever this year. The* evensong will have numbers of line merit, including two : nthems by full choir of twenty-live, a duet for soprano and contralto by the Misses Fle'Uihfr and M-cLecid; tenor solo, llenr'y fi. Murphall; baritone solo, Mi. (lef)rge Kuhr of A'/.usa; offertory solo, Mr. A. Clark, LOB Angeles; duet, Mr. Marshall and Mr, Kprotte. Kverynne ia welcome 1 to come. VKKA. JANIC KDWAHDS, Monologist THE LADIES' AID OF THE M. E. CHURCH Presents VERA JANE EDWARDS supported by a company of local talent trained under her direction. WOMANS CLUB HOUSE Tuesday, Dec. 22, 1908 Large: chorus! Elaborate costumes! Readings from the best authors! Sacred, popular, patriotic! Admission 50c — Children 25c. Covina Orange Groves We have a large clientage buying good orange groves. If you want a e-uick sale, list your grove with us. "IT I'AYS TO SKK US" EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 232 Laughlin Bldg., Los Angeles D. W. McDonald, Covina representative Home phone 1295, Covina THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET carries everything that a good grocery ought to sell. Besides the best teas, coffees, spices, pickles, olives and canoed goods, we carry a fine supply of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also the best creamery butter and fresh ranch butter and eggs. Meat narket We carry a good assortment of government inspected meats, hams, bacon, etc. Try some of our fresh oysters in bulk. Fresh from East each week, 20c per dozen. ROBERT CRENSHAW Phone 22 Are You Going to Build? If so, it will pay you to let me figure -with you. First class work, prices right, satisfaction guaranteed. M. B. FolSOm, Contractor and Builder Phone 214 COVINA, CAL. 101 NORTH CITRUS Stationery W. W. NASH FVescrlptlon Druggist I K'uhy |;y. BijC Really H Douglas iV Millei, real eslnle haud- li-i'H of Covina, closefl n S.'l(i,(l(l(» e.\- fhangc nale this woe-k. The riinch of I Jv'. ,1, Ciiiinii!(.!haiii fin \'incent si reel, U'ngons find buj,'gien, ris. Tel. A/usa -1. tf Ki'esh oysters. 'jiOr ('renshaw's (Irncery. to feel, to a c:. ii. Before you let any contract for the FUMIGATION of Your Orchards think of the importance of careful, intelligent work, and consult the STOWELL FUMIGATING COMPANY Oldest firm in the state, having the largest outfit of tents for every size tree. We exterminate red, purple and biack scale. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone l ( ><) Covina Phone 177 Charter Oak at: i| ri'Cilate t lie L. JACKSON l Ing 'of 'Jfi acres nl' \\'(i.«hiii).'lnn navels and alr'n'fa. wns sold In A, II. tloluiHon of I'asade'iia, who exchanged pioperty worth *1'J,0()0 silnateil in I, ring Itcnch, The CuiMiin^ham properly In Covinn is a |iarl, of what, is known as the Mnllendore raiutli. It is well s.'t li. Washington navels and is conti/'en (I fine of I he good ranches of the Cnvina district. The new (MMicr buys for ^pccuhlion, Special Prices on Millinery at Miss Kecknrd'.s. All liiiiiiri'il bats mid fancy fealliers at a discount. Still' hair riblmns nt •JHc per vd in all colors. Special at trillion has been uiven in selecting briiid, i'ice net, cliiiiu silk and net for caps for tl.e ladies of the Hrothren To hem lies! io liiiml, roneeil, opera nr vim ileville, That is I he mission of the Kilison AMKIIUOlj l-;K('()l;iJ. Clnpp's Drug Store, Judge, Curl is I >, Wilbur, of the ,ju- veil ile conrl ten another >f l>os Angeles hns '•"rnr Hool<" from Wl I Sto y ('huicb. tiny bi'ail bonnets. t l Wire Irames or alter anv pi niiule ttei n ti to lit the Card of 'I hanks. liiidcl tinned. \\ i prrvs niir hi alt tell t Inuilc \vnipalliy and MSihistnni'e i-N the illntMi ami iluiinu nt iir l I y w e Ni-iu'ld..:!.- I In 1;. M, idtfi' ai:d IhanU rliM ,| |,,| Hi dldi'i ut KU I Irlll | I: i' !, ie H.'U man, e\ Ihe In Ihe nil- the Inn M.I hy i day at tri li ihi* t'c.vi i'.;i 11 igh tin' leudi-ir-b.ip i'f School UanJ. |:|l, I )l Crllll'l I' 1 '.', Sclu.ol Hand, under |'i i.f. i ii m.iii, v\ i 11 hi-i II--T . t t pi n ao .11.d •.'. ill 1 lay i,n I \M . ii I In h' ui> in 11,. lit! i in, I, bi- Inn i!> -•!.• ; i-. i f.'.l-lti , i : , ll.li < ' I ; i,' i:*s ho lelln his own children, tiling belter for the children's Chi isl- mas. ()nr dollar. . The death o.' 1 II. Wallaoit Simmon.s, inl'ani MIII of Mr. mid Mrs. Charlc.s A. Simmons of San Hernardiim mad, ncciured early ycslerday morning- Tile child uas three years old and had hern sullCrii:^ from spinul mi'niiiKi (is. (i. I 1 '. 1'iestoii of Tampico, Me.xieo, fonni'i'ly idCnvinn, i.s lino this \\erli, milking anan^eoK'iils for Ihn »hip incut of hmlM and (.'.inl'is ti. thr new country of orange yiovrs bein^M*! out, under his wiipcrv i^ion in Tampico. He will remain hcio for mnnii timo milking sclecdinii.s. Mr, rrcston ia unlhusiastio about Iho pruspei't, for raising oranges in Mc.xico. On Friday nvening the pretty Inimc ol Mis. Chas. Finch was th MVHC ol a mi'irv MII prise parly prepared by her In cclt'liratc her husband's )>irlh day, (no aftuir being a complete MIT prise to that genl Icman. The pnrlurN ucir (iinli'fu I ly decorated with hol)> li'irics, Miiilux and Papa (inniici n.s(s, and limHiMiiin 1 rcfjr.shmf ills wen 1 si-rvi'd. TlioM* pri'.scnl \vt>r" Missis, mill Mini 1 -'. Carnnhaii. .1. M. Smith, ,). S. Walli'ii. ii. L. I''. K'"lcrl>, A. McKiruliaii, M McKinihun and Me>-r-. N. 1). an.) C. iiolii-ila. ancl Tinnin Repair work promptly attended to. Ayent for solar heaters. Work Guaranteed First-Class Store Kooins West Uadillo Street Residence Phone 50 COVINA, CAL. Trees Trees Trees ORANGE AND LEMON TREES IN VARIETY Walnuts, Umbrellas, Loquats. Palms and Grape Vines Sixteen venrs in the business and less than ten trees not true to rianu*. Prices always rio-ht. Satisfaction guaranteed. BONHAW & RITCHA Cement Contractors LET US FIGURE ON ANYTHING IN THE CEMENT LINE SIDEWALKS AND CURBS OUR SPECIALTY We are experienced cement men and employ only skilled help. Home phone 1067 W. G. HALL 1-2 (1LKNDOKA, CAL. Sworn Statements Five Times a Year Five times ;i year the First National Hank pub- lishes a sworn statement of its conditions, and twice a year it is examined by a national bank examiner. Prudent people appreciate these safeguards and are pleased to deposit their money where it receives such strong protection. Now that he has hccn elected, let's all get in and make things hum. Business has been tjood for us. It is going to be better for all of us. Call and see our large stock of builders' hardware, tools, oils, glass, stoves, heaters and ranges, gas and gasoline stoves, cutlery, gloves and house furnishing goods. Scissors and pocket knives. Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL, IF YOU WANT AN IMPLEMENT OF ANY KIND, WAGON, BUGGY OR SURREY call on Twomcy & Diller Prices lower than ever, (live us a trial before going to Lo:-> .-''. ngrles. Cui-liiian B'.i>rk, ( );>p. S. !'. Ihjmr., I'iiuiic 2 ( > cumpliii.t'iiu i! with sui pri.-e itimvi-r at Checking accounts cordially invited. Tin'!-.lay iiveniiii.', pi niichiini mm i i !'HiO nf'.L'.S SiO. i lav l!i inil. v. New Dairy, New Stock, New Buildings \Ve are prepared to furnish vou with the finest Jersey milk and cream, delivered at voiir door. Place your onters bv telephone. MILK COWS IJOl'CJHT AND SOLD SHAW & HELWICK J llo;r,e I'hone -«>.'

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