Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 16, 1909 · Page 4
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f local Events, V? <w**rv— Mrs. Will Wyeth has been ill early in the week but is now much better. Miss Louise Pomeroy left on Wednesday to visit friends in Redondo. Mr. and Mrs. L. Worrcl, who have been visiting with their son at. Reedley, Cal., returned on Tuesday last. Mr. Frank Pcabody was the guest last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins. The Pastor's Aid of the Presbyterian church met last Wednesday afternoon in the social hall. Mrs. Imogene Gilmore was tho guest last week end of her daughter, Mrs. Ferrell in Los Angeles. The Epworth League of the M. E. church gave a social last night at the home of Chas. Gass on Center street. Miss Clara Fenson of Los Angeles is the week-end guest, of Miss Adah Way, at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Griswold. The Rev. and Mrs. P. G. Stevens wero guests during tho parly part of tho week of the former's parents at Santa Ana. J. D. Moffatt, who has been occup.y- ing a railroad position at Omaha, returned last Sunday for a vacation with his wife and daughter on Cottage Drive. Messrs. Sutherland & McKenzie are entertaining the father of the latter, who has arrived from Canada to spend tlie winter in California. The annual meeting of the congregation of tho Christian church, which was to have taken place last Thursday, was postponed until next Thursday on account of the rain. Miss Phyllis Brunges is a guest at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Willdns of Highland. When she comes back, she will be surprised asd delighted to find that the stork has brought her a baby sister. Principal and Mrs. A. H. Collins were present at the Baptist Educational banquet given on Wednesday evening in Berean hall of Temple Auditorium, Los Angeles. There were about 250 guests present. Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Long Beach arrived in Covina Thursday and will probably remain for three or four months, during the absence of Prof. Morgan, who left on Tuesday on a business trip to Panama, Mexico and other points in South America. A. J. Wilkins of Highland was here on Sunday visiting relatives. With his brother-in-law, A. R. Evnns, he took an auto trip around the valley looking at the different ranches. He noticed particularly the heavy crops of those which had been generously fertilized and vice .. versa, John "Wallace, who is under parole from the State Hospital at Patton, was in Covina this week. On Monday last his wife, Editha Wallace, obtained a divorce from him on the ground that he was insane before marriage. She also stated that he "had a manner which she could not resist." She was given some sound advice by the judge. Mr. and Mrs.' Goo. Aschcubrenner entertained the Christian Workers of the Church of the Brethren on last Friday evening. A very pleasant and instructive evening was spent, Mr. and Mrs. Aschenbrenncr having many interesting tilings to tell of their stay at Manila also many souvenirs of that place. Refreshments of coffee and sandwiches wore served. Stevens and Matnoy report a gratifying increase of their trade, the daily receipts being now one-third more than v/hen tho took over the business. They have started a fine new delivery wagon for supplying their customers in Covina and vicinity. They aro both energetic young men and we predict a successful business career for them. The Rev. Halsey, secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, addressed a meeting for women on Thursday afternoon, and a union meeting in the evening at the Presby- .terian church. On account of the rain the attendance was small. Mr. Ilalsey, who is an earnest and impressive speaker, handled his subject, in a manner •which proved extremely interesting to his hearers. There was no meeting of the Monday Afternoon Club last Saturday afternoon as it was thought wise, on account of the rain, to postpone Mrs. II a/.- zard 's lecture and demonstration on bread-making until the next "Household Economics" day. At the regular meeting on Monday afternoon at 3 p. m. the session will be in charge of Miss Cora Davis, who will be assisted by some of the young ladies of the High School, in celebrating the birth centenary of Edgar Allen Poe. Mrs. A. A. Cilley of Cincinnati Ohio, who ia wintering in Pasadena, was the guest of old friends, Mines. Warner, Whitsel and Griswold. She had intended to stay longer in Covina and then proceed to Glendora, and was to have been the guest of honor at a reception to be given by Mmea. Whitse) and Griswold at the home of the latter hiHt Tuesday. She was, however, taken ill with the grippe and left for her home on Monday. The death took {i)a<-e thi.s week at her home in Los Angeles of Min.s licssie Hopkins, daughter of Mrs. Ilattie Hopkins, and niece of Mrs. Belli- Harris of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith were entertained at dinner on Sunday last by Judge and Mrs. Rives of Downey. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Huff and Mr. Alec Anderson went to Los Angeles on Tuesday evening to hear Mine. Gadski. Mrs. E. II. Lahee entertained informally at dinner last Friday evening, the guests being Mines. McAllen, Hicks, Wallace, Reed and Wm. Clark. Miss Mae Fagan of Yampn, Col., wn.s a luncheon guest on Tuesday of Mrs. R. A. Howland. The young lady is wintering with relatives in Los Angeles. Miss Jess Chamberson of Bakersfleld is the week end guest of Mrs. F. M, Smith. Mr. Jack Lough, who has returned to Covina from Berkeley, spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. H. I). Knight at Pomona. Mrs. Alfred Fletcher returned on Sunday last from the Good Samaritan Hospital. She was much tired by the trip but is ?iow rested and glad to be in her own home again. Andrew McAllen has been confined to his residence this week by an attack of the prevailing malady, la grippe. It. was of an acute form and for several days he was confined to his couch. George Jeffrey left on Friday for a visit to his old homo in Norfolk, England, having received news of the sickness of his mother. He expects to be away about six months. Miss Sarah Kriess of Upland returned to her home at Upland on Thursday last after spending a week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Lccbrick. Miss Bossio Lecbrick went back with her, returning to Covina on Monday. Hon. W. B. Griffith of Napn. a member of the California Assembly, who has been appointed by Chairman Stnn- ton as chairman of the committee of public morals, is a brother of Geo. W. and W. L. Griffith of this place. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simpson, who sold their house on Cottage Drive to Mr. Phil. Clapp, are moving their furniture to their ranch home near Corona, where they will reside after Mrs. Simpson has visited relatives in Los Angeles. The following delegates from the Young People's Society of the Baptist church attended the Southern California Baptist convention in Los Angeles last Sunday. The Misses 'Daisy Ross, Nellie Moore and Messrs. Albic Homfelt and Charles Stevens; the Rev. and Mrs. Gage and Mines. Custer and Kent were there on Monday. New cook stoves at Hull's second band store. They are peaches. You'll know why i f 's HO popular when your oup is filled with Premier Blend Coffee. W. W. & Co. Drink to me three or four times if it is Premier Blend Coffee. For sale by W. W. & Co. Oysters all the time at Crenshaw's Grocery. Fresh and fine, 20c a dozen, tf For Sale — Thoroughbred white Leghorn cockerels $1.00 each; hens, 75o each. J. D. Bixby, 340 E. San OUR AtiflTS: Warner, Wfiitsel & (o. tlirne's floury Pimoiu Sanitary Uunfry Bernardino road. It This is to be an instructive AMBITIOUS PROGRAM. First Ftflctency Exhibition of Athletic Club on Tuesday Evening. The formative period of the new club for young men, known as the Coviua Christian Culture and Athletic Club, with quartets of their own in the Coolruan block, near the Southern Pacific depot, is announced as being nt an end. The gymnasium branch ia thoroughly organized and ready for the first "at home" exhibition, which will be held on this com- ug Tuesday evening, a social as well as evening. Each member will be given hree tickets to be presented to his friends, Indies especially being given an urcent invitation. Tho member dispensing tickets Is requested to explain that a lunch for three is «.x- jected from each little party, and ,he result iu dainty provisions will probably be "pooled" for the enjoy- mer,t of the entire assembly; Tho club orchestra will dispense music. During the evening several vocal numbers will also bo given. Physical director Logue will have iharge of the floor work and supervision of the entire exhibition. Assistant physical director Edward -iprotte, will lead the junior class in a dumb-bell drill, and the senior olaes iu a wand drill. There will be a punching bag exhibitions by Fred Middough and Walter Stewart, and one of the features of the evening will be a three round sparring exhibition by Mark Middough and Charles McDonald. Spring board exercises, parallel bar, horizontal bar and mat work will be a part of the program. For Sale — A fine driving mare. Very gentle, and safe for ladies, Price reasonable. A. A. Ingalls, Phone 3225. It If Mary is left alone with three apples and four W. W. & Co.'s doughnuts, what will she have left? Three apples. Mike Rebbam has bought 20 acres of dairy land in Tulare county and is expected homo from that locality today. Friday evening. Jan. 22nd, r,he men of the Presbyterian church will entertain the members of the congregation in tho social hall of the church. Do not forget that Dr. Clark (osteopath) who has succeeded to Dr. Goodell's practice, occupies the same offices in the First National Dank building, tf For Sale—Jersey cow and heifer calf; fresh thia week. Also white Leghorn young laying hens. D. W. MaoDonald, Baranca street. Phone 1259. Jimmie Hodges, Jr., is mourning the loss of hie valuable Scotch Collie, which was found dead in a nearby orchard, the work of some malicious person. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Griswold are now comfortably located in their home on San Bernardino road. It has been enlarged and modernized and will be further described next week. Mrs. S. J. Quint and daughter, Mrs. Aletta Wilson, of Los Angeles, aunt and cousin of Mr. Oscar Miller, BRANCH STOCK PURCHASED. The Broadwell Store Buys Out Live Business In San Jaclnto Valley. W. B. Broadwell, owner and proprietor of Covina's largest department store, has puchased a large etook o: goods nf J. A. Edwards at Ilernet, iu the San Jacinto valley, appraised at 910,000. Mr. Broadwell will operate the Bemet store in that enterprising little town as a branch of his Covina business. The citizens of Hemet.are delighted with the prospect of annex ing in part the interests of Mr. Broadwell, as they have ascertained that he is a progressive, down-to-dato business man of tho kind needed ii their town. Mr. Broadwell has boon looking over the situation in tho vicinity of Hemet for somo time, anc Las arrived at the conclusion that this town is a good location for n mar understanding thoroughly tho bus! ness of catering to the public througl a general department store. Wliil Mr. Broadwell intends to continue iucreneing his trade in Covina, bo sees tho opportunity for expansion in other towns and it will not besurpris- ing to Covina citizens who know this hustling man, to hour that he (ton- templates further growth in busim-sH. The Argus holds out tho "palms of victory" to Mr. Broadwoll, and all bis friends wish him Godspeed in his newest venture. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAI.1, AND tI9t YOUR PROPERTY Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Blk COVINA, CAL. •or Rent, Exchange, lost, Found Miscellaneous. For Sole—One ton of fine oat hay. Phone 253. . tf. Indigestion will never bo brot on >y W.W. & Co.'s pastry. Implements at city prices. C. H. Morris. Tol. Azusa 4. tf For Sale—Good driving horso. Phono 157. For Rout—Furnished room, Third and Cottage Drive. 1 Wagons and buggies. C. II. Moris. Tol. A'/.usa 4. tf Furnished room to Rent—Enquire at 124 West Collego street, Coviiw. When you are hungry and don't know what you want, try W. W. &. Co. 's pnstry. Cow Melons For Sale—82,00 a ton. No better feed for your stock. F M. Chapman, phone 61. tf New sowing machine to trade for borse or for other furniture. Hull's second hand store. Furnished rooms for rent. Apply to Mrs. Martha Hibsch, Cottage Drive, tf Where was Johnnie when mother got home? In the pantry eating W. W. & Co.'s PIE. For Rent—3 rooms, singly or en- suite. Furnished or unfurnished. Dr. Bates. OYSTERS—From this time on wo will carry fresh oysters in bulk a< 20o a dozen. Crcnshaw's Grocery. Wanted—Girl or woman for Ugh housework. Call on Mrs. D. E. Huff, Orange street. Rooms to rent for light house keeping — Apply to Mrs. Allison West Dextor St. t f Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bunk, a safe invest mont at 4 per cent. All your troubles will bo wafted away upon tho balmy Houthon zephern when Blend Coffeo. you drink W. W. A Co. Premie Real Estate Sales. Through D. W. MaoDonald, local agent for the Edwards & Wildey Co., Elmer E. Cook of Walnut Center has sold to C. B. Crawford, 20 acres in young walnuts and alfalfa, including u one-sixth interest in a pumping plant of 175 Inches capacity. Consideration, fKOOO. The real estate firm of Jerome Key- uolds reports the sale to C. J. Hurst of Whittier tho 12>2 acre orange grove of Chas. S. Needbam on A/IIHB avenue for the sum of $10000. Mr. Needham takes in part payment four lots and a nine room residence in Whittier, valued at $8750. The Crawford brothers of Covina were luncheon guests at hie borne on b » ve bc '"K nt 30 tt<)reH of tlie this town. This sweet and gentle linlv ha* heen for fnanv wars t'en-r from tutu many fric-inU in ' here, who will li her death, uhl'-h failure nf' In-all h niuii t M s, ."in- r»-in;i i u.i in O.-ik'ial.• i-em.-f'-ry i maternal <;i aii'linnt iu-r ynuiig a .suf- cn!o.-iis. She n:;i'le ivina 'liirinj.' h'-r visit grieve.1 to hear of |,,l|i,vve<i ,,n it japi'l hirinjf th,- !:<-' iii.i wi-ri- l.-ii'l tn ;t r th^.- nt' :it'li-r a i fVw ti.i.- K|.i.-!i-njial Wednesday. The former is the wife of Police Burgeon Quint. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waits this week wore, on Sunday, Mrs. Ethel Painter of Pasadena; on Monday and Tuesday, Mr. and Mia. Inmari and family of San Diego; on Wednesday Mines. fiensberK >>t \ It. Lo.s Angeles and Gilhert of Seattle. !.tV { <"' Mr. *:. II. Taylor and wife of Oakland, spent Wednesday and Thursday j, r ,, ( , in CovinH an guests of Mr. ami Mm. Wm. Clark arid while here purchased through the agency <,f Wm. f-lark, some valuable property, u[."ii which they nil! erect a fl/ie, duelling as n winter borne. tract on Lark Ellen avenue. Price $250 per acre. Geo. W. Grifllths made the sale, I'nllaril ami Hiitchifmon report the nale hy h. Hoi/ilY-h] to David Brad- bhaw of two lots (10x175 earh with five- room cottage, comer of Fourth and Cen- STRAYED OR HTOLION- IJerk shire sow. Hultablo reward for re turn or location. Kiggins Farm aw Kanch, Covina, Cal. Tho Southwestern Jjrokoragu Com puny will buy your oranges for cash. K, O. Simpson, agont. Oflloo with California Cit.rua Union, tf Kggw for Hel.tlngH- -Thoroiitflibrod White Leghorn, White Minorca and Lihtck Minorca, 7. r )o and $1.00 per netting. Mrs. J. Wheeler, Cyprus* Hvannc, Phono JOOH. II Jp Wanted -- A first O!HHH '20-acro orange grove in bearing. Home Valencia*. Description and lowest cash price to J. H. Matthews, Covina. For Hale Eucalyptus wood at |(1. fiO per cord. Two blocks west of grammar school, Covina, on ranch of J. II. Adams. liert H. Hendrlcks, Phone 1147. tf FOH HALK One bay horse, weight H<!0 Ibs, 5 years old corning spring. Perfectly gentle, absolutely true to pull and very handsome. Will sell O. O. 1-1C Wet Goods Galore Raid coats, rubber coata, cravenetts—rain clothes that arc guaranteed. Will notcrack or leak. Short coats or long coats, pants and hats, Long Fireman's coats $3.00 each; short.coats and pants, $3.00 or $1.50 per garment. We Have Just Received Latest Styles another large lot of men's >» spring wash goods, Mer- Knit Jackets, tan, blue, grey corned cotton foulards, and brown. Pure wool, ail Fancy bordered and plain sixes. $4.00 each. edges, all colors, S,'.ic yd. Covina Peoples Store (INCOKPOKATKO) W HEN a toothache gets Willie, or an earache Mary, and cramps grapple Tilda, the Hot Water Bottle is filled and applied. And if it springs a leak? A wail of anguish. Coals of fire are heaped on the retailer's head. Our Hot Water Bottles are good Hot Water Bottles. They are guaranteed, h sy only leak when the stopper is removed. Experience has taught that the sale of inferior rubber goods does not pay. "Nutf Said" reasonable or buy a nmte. Kincaid. Homn Phone 57. Fitz(Jerald <fe Harry of J'snadena loan money on ranches and M\ reai estate at lowcnt current rates. Write or telephone them nt Pasadena. or call up J. W. PrentlwH, Covina phone 2134, arid ask to have a repre Heututive of the flri/i call on you. U ter street, fnr $2,800 ca«h ; also, a hou.sc ami lot in LOM For Sale May, Cows, Mules, We have some fine barley buy, no me ... ^...^ to r. i excellent butter Jersey C.OWH, some ii/iga in H. I). MaiiJHo/j for ] Ijerkwhire pigs 30 three-year-old Mr. ('illuming* accepted the j Mjlll \ lt(t four year old mules, young, •linnery Htore at t- jiiortgage hack on • 1 t ;•. ui'i bal- Mr. a/i'i Mr.--. </. .\. l-'.lli-.nn from .Mi;j;i- i-sota I,,'. •. 1 r wi fnlal, •• I'lOii^M. a li'. i- :<i-ri- t/r< avenue from Mr. </e<,r[/ ri-i'li-ratinn -t "<.. r i'Hi. 'I he i;< ).ui- i tti i/i'-'i i a * * i v a ! clean and all of life in front of them. ! Prices from 1100 to $200 each. Wo art-, prepared to do tt-am work; can furnish from eight to ten teams; •A ill lake hauling contract. 1 !. i'liont; Fairn and I'unch, ('-,'. i.-ia Cal. SEASON FOR DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING Get your trees now of Armstrong (ovina teries Peach, Apricot, Plum, Apple, Walnut Half a million Eucalyptus Trees ready for planting. All kinds of berry vines. We can supply anything you wish in the ornamental line. CALL US BY PHONE OK COME IN AND SEE US Home Phone 125 . 222 East College St. [& AN OPPORTUNE TIME The beginning 1 of a New Year is a good time to start your business on a systematic basis. We would suggest that you deposit your money with this bank subject to check. Hy paying all your bills and obligations by check you will be enabled to keep an absolute record of all transactions. Bills paid by check stay paid. The Covina National Bank Capital $50,000 GAS The Safe arid. H e 1 h' 1 1) 1 e K u e 1

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