Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 20, 1909 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, February 20, 1909
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Owing to an oversight, mado by County Sii|>firlnif;nflf!ril. of Hnhnoln Koppol, tho forming of a now Hchool fllHtrlct has had to lio poHMionod until anothor yc.fir. Tho law providing for the forming of school dlst.rlclH sot. iho limo of snch action between Oct. 1st. and Feb. lOl.h. A rriefillng was to have boon held Feb. 5lb. but was noHl.)iO)ied ono wo(:k for the gathering of further data, and the n>Intake was not noticed nntil too lain for another meeting t.o be called. It. IH (.he Intention of the residents of frwlndale and \V";ilniit f.'enter to continue l.he action next, October. M'iny of the ieslden(:i of Walnut Center are wending t.helr children to school at flovlna and 101 Motile, a. dlHiar'ce of live rnllo:* In either case. W. S. Hawyer, Frerl Vanderlo, Mr. \ValtH and .1. II. Uaughrnan are among those Interested In this The recent storm did little damage in this sect I'm, nol wHhMt/indlnc the e\- agtreraterl reportfi lo I he conl rai'y. One orange grower Is receiving Kym|,alhy for th ( - lows of 150 M'eeH (hat he is re- ];orlef| 10 have bad washed out., whole- on Hie only rlamage done to h'.s properly was liio overflowing of (he gutter filfing his roadway. II. Is hoped that the recent, searr' i hat I he overflowing washes li in c.ani-ed will lead io Ibe providing of ^tillable :<lorm dileticn. The Irwlndale Miscellany Club held its regular Hireling Tuesday afiei'noon at the home of Mr;-:. I), lldchard. "California Indians" was Hie title of a, very Interesting paper which wan read by ,\Iir-s Ada l)i'vendorf. Music and re- I'rf'sliinenis added lo Uif; )ileasure of Mi.' afternoon. Xext Friday Hie ladles will iiold an all-day mod Ing at. I he home of Mr:<. Kelohard to upend Hie dav in Bowing for a eliaiiialde in.Jiiii- lion In Los AntfH"H. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Hpeer, who liave liei.ii visiting in Xe'.v York, \\'asli- Ingion and Kenlnel;y since Ilieir mar- rhige in liiiliith, Minn., .Ian. 1st, arrived at Ilieir home on Xorib l.aik ('•lien street. Sunday, liol'oro her ni'ir- rlage Mrs. Hpeer was Miss .lessi«- .Merrill of I'asadena, While en roule lo California. Mr. and Mrs. Spoi-r were H.iiow-bound for several days bolh in Minnesota, and in Nevad:i. Mr. 1C. Laball underwenl a severe op- oral Ion al the Angelus hospital last Sunday for niplnre and othc-r compll- (••illons. Mr. Laball lias been in poor henllli for several years, and bis condition; IH regarded as serious. it II(Mii|iid wa Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Ltinn returned the first of the week from Troplco, where t.hcy worn called by Uio lllnesH of their grandson, Allan Davenport, who Is now Improving In health. Mr, and Mrs. Cm-roll Cook of Seattle arc visiting at the liomt) of thnlr relative, B. Miller. Mr. and Mrh. Cook arc making a four of Southern California In thnlr automobile. During (,ho past wook Mr. and MI-B. E. Leech have entertained Mr. and Mrs. Prank Doo, Mrs. Parkinson and Mrs, Gibson, all of Los Angeles. • Miss Mary McKlbhcm cnlcrlalncd Mr. and Mrs. E. Ward of Seal He, Wash., las! week. Mr. and Mrs. Ward are on their wedding trip and are visiting polniH of interest in Culll'oniiii. Mr. and Mrs. .1. (i. ICIIison ol' Mlnne- BO!:I have recently moved lo Ihe properly which they purchased a sliorl time ago from (ioorgo Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Corbell, of Middldown, X. Y., are visiting al Hie liome ol' Mr. and Mrs. William NValer- house. Citiesls nl Mie home of Mr. and Mrs. (!. T. ilniwii Thui-Kday \\ore Mr. and Mr.-, Col ley of lOdp'rlon. \\'ls., and Mis. Carter of Los Angeles. lla'/erl v t V IIi'inpil waul Ilii'i 1 " acri'>, i in plus rd. Miss Abide Brown and a friend I'lom I.OS Allgeles spell! the Week-end ill .Miss llrown's ranch Imiin' on C\ press avenue. .1. II. Brown, a pioneer of Lake county, was the i;nesl of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kdgar lasi Salimhy.' Mrs. M. 11. Inv'm and dtuighlevs en- teilaim-d Miss Deacon and Miss Myrli Deacon last Sunday. Mr. Iva llookorl ol' San FraiKdsco i.-i visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). HccKcrt. Mr. and Mrs. .1. lleser of Alhambra! vished Mr. and .Mrs. C. Xewlon last Sunday. Mrs. .losie Frame lias as her guest this week Mrs. I,. |0. Amldim of High- j laud PitrU. Mr. VS'liealan of l.os Angeles viiill his iiioihi-r, Mrs. Wln-alnu. ui Ihe home ol Rev. Perry lasi Sunduy. j lie FuiTril Ri-ii'liard of I |nlly\\ nod spent the week end wiih his parent.^. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Relchard. Tile first pool at tin' Irwindale Citrus A.-soHallon packing llii!l>e \\ill clusi 1 ibis week. : AZUSA. Little Annette Philleo, (.he two-year- old child of Mr. and ATrB. Miliatd Phil- |fo, rlfr d Friday evening from the shock received a week before wlif-n she ; was fiiili.r; badly burned while throwing oil on lo the furnace fire In (lie basement, of the family reHidenee. H^r biirn.s weif: riot. considered serious, tint her weak heart, and nervous temperament, failed to rally from the fright. The funeral wria held at. the Iliibbard rane)i on Honi'a a venue, where the family reside, at !t o'clock Monday ' morning. Rev. Alfred Fletcher coti- ; diif:tlrig the service. Interment was made at Uosedalo cemetery In I,OK An- gelf K. ' Mis. Ashurse find Airs, fif.orge flob- ln:~.on were slightly Injured In a runaway aeeldent Sunday afternoon. While driving on A/.usa avenue thfir i horse took fright at an automobile, the carriage was overturned and both ladies were t'nrown, receiving seve'e anrl bruises, but no more serious Injuries. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. H. M (.V)iilter entertained with a Thlr-blr parly in honor of Miss Anna Dene'i who IH leaving A/cusa noon. Aboi'i twenty ladies were invited. The decor alioriH and refreshments carried out. lo Washington's birthday motif. 1/isl night a splendid concert, was given by Ihe choir and orchestra of tin: Presbyterian clinrch. The choir 1 was assisted by .Miss Clara \ji Fetra of (llendora, svlille Hie of'tiest ra was mi ler liic fllrfcllon'of Ail.-::- ,fe:;.-,le Ray • Thomp.-ion. • The l.lnffiln centennial was observed la.-;t Frlrlay a I. Ihe Ii|gh School, a splendid program being given. The two addresses of the day were madf! by Rev. C. F. lUchanliioii and Attorney (!. j I!. f rnvf r:;e. i The. Axusa fit niK Growers' Fruit Kx- i change IH shipping [il'leen cats of fruit dally, some of which goes lo Liverpool, Hamburg anil oilier ICuropean markets. I J A review of I lie life and work of Kdllh Wharlon was the study of the Woman's flub al Its meeting on Wednesday of last week. BALDWIN PARK. Drilling fin Mr. Mogarl's well has been completed and an excellent (low i of w.ilc.i 1 IK reported, will not have lo be lifted more than fifly-flvo feel. Mr. Hogarl expects lo inslall a gasoline engine and furnish water to surrounding property owners. MI-H. Tilt of Los Angeles was In Baldwin Park last week. About. [Ifte.on friends of Day Dodaon surprised him Monday evening and spent a merry evening helping him eolebrate his seventeenth birthday. Dr. Do; and G. Dodsoii leftTuoa- driy mfirnlng for a throe rriontha' visit to their mining property. Mrs. D. J. Sliuitls visited her mother, Mrs. Wolfe, of Los Angeles, over the week end. WALNUT CENTER. Fastanua provided delightful .'entertainment for a party of friends jrind neighbors one afternoon last j week. The gue.-Us thoroughly en- 'joyed themselves, making eandy and popping corn. Iviier In the afternoon Miss Fastanua treated I hem to nev- erai beautiful piano selcr.tiorta. Those enjoying AIi.;s Fastanua's hospitality 1 were .Mr. and A!rs. K. K. Cook, Mr». Frank Ht.evens, Mif-.s Gertrude Merry. L. If. Berry, ('.. ICarley, and Willie , Stevens. | r:. A. Kelly. L. H. Berry and Kzrn • Mllbuni visited Los Angeles this wer'k 'ft hf;a.r Hilly Sunday, the base hall ; evangelist. i Samuel Wise and Mr. lekenberry are drilling for water on Air, iekenberry's i property on Azusa drive. ! Airs. Krnrna Kelly, who was confined i to her home by Illness last, week, is reported as improving. Mrs. and Miss Plum of Kansas are guests of the former's daughter, Airs, , H. C. Mrewater. R. K. Cook shipped two carloads of alfalfa hay to the Clawson ostrich farm this week. CHARTER OAK. Mi*s llcrinie Hwick, wlio is spending tlic ivi'ili-r with li< r aunt, Airs. Kent, Mni'iit Siind.'iy with friends) in Los An- T'IC AlicHCH Hadlo and Orafe Lincoln were lioiiii 1 Siindav I'niin L'IH Angeles, wlierc Ilii-y an- at lending frliool. Alr.H. K. A. SI n well \V;IH a guent f>f tin 1 Woman's Wednesday Al'leniooii flub tlii.s •week.- Air. and Airs. Frank O'Mura and dauglil'-r lil;ulv-i drove out from LOM Angebs and spent, 'I'liesday at Mir: holm; uf Mrs. Hlcwell. | Mr. and .V J-M. Henry Jenner and family liave moved from (lie littlo^'i' on tin 1 kowlanil place to Ilieir new teal- lion-ie on Hie corner of fiencga and Sniillower avenues. Mr, Kenyoti's brother, who in spending tlic winter in LOH AiigileM, Hjielit Sundiiy vvitii him at iii.s beaut ifin ranch, May field. Tin- Slnvvell Co. this week commenced fumigating and .spraying the citrus and street'H wifliia the of Lo.-i Angeli'H, under the direilion of Ihe founty llorticiiltnial ('oiniiiissiiiii- CIM. 'I'his work is umlcrtaluMi lo clean ,11(1 Hit! scale-infested trei s, [irotecting the spread of the scale into tin- orchard districts. rly & Hempd, .'III IF. W. Ilcll- man Hldg., Los AngclcH, (.'al. Kagcrly & Ifcmpel want three acreH, improved, Hagprfy & llciniiol have buyer for miiall ranch. Jfagorty & small ranch. ]| (l vr; buyer for E. P. HULL IN New and Second-Hand FURNITURE Queensware, Granite and Tinware Cash paid for Second-Hand Furnitere T"hie Safe and Reliable Rtiel BONHAM & RITCHA Consent Contractors L1CT US F1CURK ON ANYTHING IN TIIK CICMKNT LINK SIDKWALKS AND CUR15S OUR S1MCCIAI/TY Wo arc- cxpcrk'uccd content inon and employ only skilled help. Home* phone 1067 Aimer Miller recently purchased a line driving horse ironi Hie Santa Anita racing track. -Mrs. Belli! Rap.ion of Los Angeb-s was in Irwindulc last wt.'ck on IIUM- UesiS. S Miss Vela Heath speiil the wrtdi end wiih her piin-ui.;, Mi. tnul Mrs. .1. W. ilwiih. Mrs. Tahiiiige is sUiliiu; III Ibe lluii>>' of Air. Kriini mi Xdiih Viiicvin .sine!. Organized and Equipped Church of the Brethren: Sunday School, 10; preaching at 11. Subject, "A Millionaire of Heaven." At. 7:l!0 Klder Deardorf will deliver his closing address, subject, "God's Last Appeal to the Sinner." Christian Workers 6:'15. All arc cordially Invited to these services. Christian Church: HunrJny-sehool '.):4iJ Preaching by tho pastor 11. Anthem by the chnir. Junior '.}. JnUTmediate ami Htuiior Endeavor (Ji'tfJ. Preaching 7 :'JO. Good musin by large chorus. All arc o:>rdially invitcfJ. At the M'ethndlst Church the pafitor, Kev. H. W. White will preach both morning and evening. Morning snb- jnct, "The Christian Bank .Aoconnt. " Evening subject, "Jehu, a Brilliant Man Who Missed O rent ness. " Hun- day Hchool 0:45. Other servicea as usual. Worship at, the Baptist Church: Rihleschool O'.'IS) a. rn. Preaching by the pastor 11am. ami 7 :HO p.m. Morning mibjedt, "The Source uiu 1 . Law of Supply. " Evening subject. '•The Foot HtepH of Faith," Junior :t p.m. B.Y. P.U. G::iO p.m. Topic, "The Slough of Despond." Leader Paul Gage. All are invited to these services. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school !):<l!j. Preaching 11 a.m. aud 7 :.'!0 p. m. by Kev. Samuel Wisharrl. I). D. of Highland Park and Andrew MoAIIen will siriK at rnorriingservico, "The (Jod is My Light," by Allitson. Junior Endeavor 3 pan. Y.P.S.C. E. f5:'!0 p.m. All nre most cordially invited to these services. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. Servicea in the Church of the Holy Trinity—Quinquagesitna Sunday, or the tinxt Sunday before Leut. Holy Communion 7:30 a. m. Sunday- school 9:45 a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m.; subject, "The Church's Preparation for Lent." Evensong 7 :30 p.m.; subject, "The Power of Influence." Offertory solo by Mr. Marshall. Service on Ash Wednesday 10 a.m. Potential Office, Holy Communion and Address. THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET will serve you with the best. Our stock is carefully selected a tod cannot fail to please. OUR BLENDED COFFEE Twenty-five cents per pound, roasted and blended for the Depot Grocery is unrivalled. OUR MEAT MARKET is noted for the quality ot its goverraent inspected meats, hams and bacon. Fresh eastern oysters in bulk a specialty. ROBERT CRENSHAW Our motto: Prime goods and moderate prices. Phone 22 BEN F, THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sizes carried in stock. Reinforced Concrete Buildings a Specialty Yarc' West Cvpress Avenue Telephone 4037 Hurley's Hardware CO VINA, CAL, ' We carry a full line of Builders' Hardware Our Tools and Cutlery are from the best manufacturers See our Stoves, Heaters and Ranges of every description Washing Machines end Mause Furnishings Painters' Supplies Wire Matting and Pottery 4- •$• 4 3* CALIFORNIA We own four thousand acres of the richest land in the San Joaquin valley which we can prove to you to be as good EARLY ORANGE LAND as there is in the state. Every foot of this land is guaranteed to be absolutely free from alkali, hardpan or any other injurious substance. Alfalfa at Delano is a Fortune Maker Anything you put in the ground will grow Five inches of water per day is guaranteed to each twenty acres. The price of the land and water is only "I «?* $125 per Acre Easy terms if Desired The First National Hank is \vell ortf.'itmed and fully e<|iiipped in every deppatment, alTordiri^- a service unex- celled for promptness and otliv-iencv. Accounts, subject to checks are invited. Our local representative is JEROME REYNOLDS, Coving Cal, He has seen the land and will be glad to talk with you about it S. F. MORSE DEVflOPIf NI (0., tarptei ;v i Capital Stock $300,000 Fully Paid Up Office, 351 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal: ! (.'apitai .^5i 1,000 DIRECTORS JOHN HAYS HAMMOND HARRY PAYNIC WHITNEY LEWIS S. THOMPSON HARRIS HAMMOND s. F. H. MORSE * REFERENCES .{ Pint National llutik, Los Angeles (.'rocker National Hank, Sail Frarcisco Fir-,t National Hank. l>cl;tno Fir-,t National Hank. X'isalia T!;e National Hank. \"i^a',:a 't " Dunn Mercantile Ag-eacv I^os Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Los Anyeles Reallv Hoard Title Insurance and Ciuaranteo t'u., San Francisco.

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