Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 13, 1909 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, March 13, 1909
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(local £vtnts. V) — "-<^s-^«?v—•—- •" ~ - A Hempel for country property. Hagerty & Hempol can sell yonr raiicb. Bagerty A Hempel, 314 II. W. Hellman Bldg. Wholesome and holey- "Top Notch" doughnuts. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Bartloy spent several days this week with the former's brother at Elmodena. Costs no more than others, but a whole lot better—Premier Blend coffee Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mrs. Will Wyeth waa the guest from Monday to Thursday of his sister, Mrs. J. S. L. Minor of Upland. That hungry aroma comes from Premier Blend coffee. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mr. and Mrs. DeHnrt of Reno, Nevada, have arrived to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey. Mies Captola Houaer left this week for Curnnock School, Los Angeles, where she will finish her education if her hetiltb permits. Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Brunjea and Miss Meta Brunjes were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood on Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Hulchinson of Alhambra, and sister, Mrs. Case of Cleveland, O., were luncheon guests Wednesday of Mrs. A. J. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. White and Hagerty-A Hempel for country pro- erty. Hagerty A Hempel can sell your nrich. Hagerty A Hempel, 314 H. W. Jellman Bldg. Rich in the cup—Premier Blend coffee Warner, Whitsel & Co. The Kebekah lodge will hold an ustnllation Friday evening. Thoroughbred Cornish Indian Game. . L, Smith, Azusa, Cal. tf t A good line of wall paper and points to select from at ,C. fl.. Kisler's paint store. Good for growing boys and girls, 'Top Notch" pastry. Warner, Whitsel & Co. For Sale — 0 orange trees, to be removed within ter days. Phoue 4137. A. M. White. 1 t How to tell when your bread is done: Order "Top Notch" and you can bet on it. Warner, Whitsel & Co The Holy Trinity Church guild met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G. N. Atwood. Ben. F. Thorpe has accepted a large contract for an irrigation pipe system at Fruitland. Why bake and fret and worry when 'Top Notch" pastry is waiting for you on the other end of the phone 111 Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mr. and.Mrs. Geo. Anderson have moved into their beautiful new home, OUR AMIS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry Hagerty A Hempel for country property. Hngoitr A Hempel onn sell your & Hempel, 314 H. W. Hellman Bldg. Real coffee—Premier Blend. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Lots of dough doesn't mean bread by any means, only in one instance, "Top Notch." Warner, Wiiilsel & Co. Mr, T. A. Cosgriir of Chnyonno, Wyoming, and Mrs. Edward Fieo of Salt Lake, were visitors on Monday at the Smiley residence. For Rent- Comfortably furnished rooms. Mrs. S. Allison, Dexter street. How to make Willie come home right after school: Tell him there is "Top Notch" cake in tho cupboard. Warner, Whitsi-l& Co. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Properly Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, AND UST YOUR I'ROPKRTY Office with A. M. Pence, Rccd Rlk. COVINA, CAL. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. FOR SA LK OR TRA DE 80 iinroa of fine alfalfa land on Salt Luke R. R., nine miles from Riverside. Ad- dross A. IT. Collins, Covina.. Hagerty A Hempel for country pro. perty. Hagerty A lloinpel can sell your ranch. Ilni'erty A Hompol, 311 II. W. "Top Notch" bivtul is not like- home- j Hellman Bldg. made bread. Il is a honu'-made broad, only made in large quantities. Warner, "13'<de-a-wce," on the comer of Sier- i Whitsel & Co. niece, Miss Vinna Deardorf, spent Sunday in Los Angeles visiting thoir cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keirn. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong spent Sunday in Ontario, guests o the former's mother, Mrs. G. Arm strong. Mr. Zay Buttlngton of Butte Mont., who has been spending the .past two mouths with bis aunt, Mrs • Ed Worrel, returned to his home on last Monday, ' Mrs. J. M, Whitsel, who with her *little daughters, is visiting he mother, Mrs. Osborn, at Whittier, is much improved in health and will be •* liome again shortly. • \ Mr, Fred Lartique, Miss Anna ')Jobnsoja'and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 'Laugblin of Los Angeles, were guests $lafet Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs. Will \ Wyetb. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Clifford spent • last Tuesday in Whittier. Mr. Clifford's health is much improved, but , he is under orders from the doctor to be very careful in the future. The Misses' Sarage of Salt Lake City, who have been making a pleasant visit at the home of Mr. a id Mrs. C. E. Smiley, left on Saturday for their home. Mrs. E. B. Owens of Pasadena, who has been spending this week with Mrs. G. D. Jennings, will be joined for tho week end by hor husband. Mr. W. W. Giddiug and Mr. nnd I»lrs. White of Ogden, Utah, spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs, A. J.'Warner. They spent most of the timo auto riding and are much charmed with tho valley. Mias Ethel Collins of tho Rcboo faculty, ia staying with Mmee. Wallace and McAllen during (lie absence In the east of her sister, Mrs. Shafer, who was called away bv the death o her brother at Weldou, Iowa. Miss Gladys Kutekin, who, with her mother, has been staying si: months in Los Angeles, in order tha she might take tho Uimini soda bath for rhe.umat IHIII, returned homo 01 Sunday. She is finite a little better Mrs. G. I). Jennings, who was ex peeling Mrs. G. J. Martin to arriw to morrow and make her yearl'- vis to Coviua at Ihe Jennings hr.iio, re ceivtd n dispatch amimnuiiiL; tha lady "a illneaa of la grip;-; '.u Chic".g< The annual thank offering mectin of tho Woman's Foreign Misiionar Society will he held at the Mt tho flist Church Sunday evening, Marc 21st. Mrs. Stephens, a uiL-isiunary of Pavnu, India, and a most excel lent, speaker, will discourse on life and condition, a in that interesting country. An offering will bo taken for the women's work for women. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford have been entertaining friends from Fort Wayne, Indiana, .several days of thia and last week. They have all enjoyed auto rides ar aind the valley {to liedland", Riverside and other points of interest. The gue'itf, who are all returning Kas' next wtek, wen- J, ( >. Brf.'.vi.t- and wile, who will t-.i-ll j out and settle here tve.nt'iallj , Mr. I ra and Puente avenues. Mr. and Mrs. Bert. C. Smith and Miss Elsie Sinitb of the Los Angnles Times, wore guests last Sunday of their sister, Mrs. .Harry White. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weed, of Charter Oak, Iowa, were entertained Tuesday and Wednesday at the homo of Mr. and Mia. B. L. King. Tho next meeting of the Farmers' Club will be held ou Saturday afternoon, March 27tb, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith on San Bernardino road. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. King entertained at luncheon one day this week Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huff, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong and Miss Alice Wyun. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Atkinson of Los Angeles, Mrs. Stone.of Pasadena liss Atkinson of Colorado Springs, nd Mrs. Davis of Cleveland, spent Thursday at the horrle of Mr. and Vlrs. W. P. Watta. Mrs. F» A. Fjt/gevald, who is Mr. Jack .Fletcher, private secretary to Professor Stephens of the University of California, has returned home for a two weeks' vacation wil.h bia relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kring of Lexington, Nob., who have been spending the winter with relatives here and at Long Beaob, made a farewell visit this week to their Htm, U. G. Kring, and family. Mrs. A. Merrill, Sterile and Mr. and having disposed of bore, will move early next week to Los Angeles. Miss Pearl MuKlrahan has relumed from tho East wheru she has boun epeiiding several months yisiting ro : Hurst ranch. Mr. and MUH. Mrs. Howhuid, their interests latives in Iowa. Ohoi, Pennsylvania 'and pending the winter in Los Angeles, s moving her household goods, bnv- ng decided to live there pcrmaneut- y. At the Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning last Miss Gertrude luloe sang as a solo, "Lead mo All the Way," by C. S. Briggs. Miss Hulce has a sweet, clear soprano voice. She is a pupil of Mrs. Whito- lorn of Los Angoles. i The Rev. and Mrs. Hurry White j were guests of friends in Pasadena on Monday and Tuesday, being invited to attend a banquet given by the Now Jentury Club in honor of Professor Ellerman of the Mt. Washington observatory, who gave H delightful lecture on astronomy afterwards. The Appellate Court, of tho State of California has sustained the tlec.i i.son of Judge Wilbur in the case of Ruddock Company vs. tho Covina Right of Way Committee. In this caio th'i Ruddock Company brought su't against, the committee to have certain deeds declarer] null and void- all 'ging fraud on the part, of the col imitlee in securing tho HUIIO. Ju-'grnfiiil was given in favor of the j H J ( . H; ,,. ladir.s' quartet, del indanlH. I While, I 1 !. J'. Warner, I ierce Alfalfa hay for sale. Phono Kili. If Straight, to tho "pic spot" "Top Notch" pic. Warner, Whitse! & Co. Good mule team for sale. Weight. 2100. Coviim TiansforCo. Now is vour time to get your tsulo- mobilo painted. A first, class job for a raisunable prieo. C. II. Kistler. Water stock for sain- -A few shares of Coin mhia Land and Water stock for sale. Apply Argun office, Covina. Highest cash price paid for ten or fifteen- milch cows, Covina Dairy. For Rent—Good five room house on the San Bernardino road. Joromo Reynolds. For Sale A good mare, 1'20() Ibs. Gentle in every respect. C. II, K|J- '. 'hr- Coviim C. C. C. and A. bah'fetball team pla.iod the. l'ii'-.t , Iro^i Cardciiti HIM'' School to n j Htaidstill ThiiiMh.y night, liv the sco-. n of '•'.'•> to '17. Nigu wan the pai- tiri lur star ot the evenint.', jdiiyin:: i a hi ady gumii at center and citging Ihe ball handily. Fairly and Fisher, '.'or\ ards, were a strong combination, •,vlii e Winder and King us guards, mm 'iged to prevent the visitors from bee .ining dangerous at any time. The aim '. was played in the club gyinna siui i. Joseph Poe f.nd family, who loft several mouths ago far their old home in Kansas, returned on last Friday and they dq,npt, hesitate to,Yn,y that Covina i good enough for thorn. Mrs. I. D. Ilouser, who bus boon confined to hor bed forborne mouth with nervous prostration, has recovered sufficiently to be able to walk oul\> doors a little. For Sale—Seedling orange trees. Wo have a few thousand largo seedling orange trees for sale. Suitable for planting in orchard form. Apply nfilce of the Covina Realty Co., Argus building. '2 lilt 'Mrs. A. L. Conger of Mcnlo iivenuo, Los Angeles, entertained with a luncheon Thursday in honor of her mother. Mrs. Chiia. Thorpe of Manchester, Iowa, who is upending tho winter with her. Among Hie guests were Mmos, Benjamin Thorpe and Chas. Thorpe of Los Angeles and Minus. Lewis Thorpe, Chas. Yaw and 13. I 1 '. Thorpe of Covina. Tho Laides' Aid <d - Ihe Mellindi'il Church will hold a biithday Hi.cial next Monday evening in the church parlor. Program: Piano udo, Wynne; vocal nolo, Mi.'is Uevcndoi f; musical quartet, Misses Maud and Blackina'', dura Amon and j. A. IOIICK; reading, Minnie H. II. W. A. II. I Jin per; .tk'i',, 1C you have ruonc-y in fiinall a- in.puut, $100 and up, .to invest ut eight per cent per annum, see J. II. Mattho WH. 'ijlyir Sjllo or Run!, Largo yards wrfn i Bhcifls, dn main streol, suitable for any wholesale business. Argus odloe. For Sale- -A few shares of Cnluiil- Argus biu 'fJiiiud'iiurl Wiitor stock. ofjlcq, Covina. Kggs for Setting--Tboroughbred White Leghorn, White Minorca and Blaok Minorca. Cypress avenue. Wanted -- a girl to leiirn millinery. Apply i>t M!HH Reckard'H Millinery utory, luiroHH thn street from Clupp'N drug slore. If you have money in small Mrs. J. Wbeoler, Phono 1098. U-lp Our Spring Line OP LADIES' NECKWEAR HAS ARRIVED Beautiful chiffon bows, bead trimmed, wide arid np-to- date, in the latest shades at 2Sc each. Motisseline silk tab-bows, latest styles, for small ladies, colors in pink, blue, lavender and while, at 2oc. Latest style in the new (Juecn Anne collars, full deep silk rulT on satin hands, fancy colored edges, at 75c and $1.00. Ladies' embroidered bolts, sixes 22 to .^4, the hi test fad White linen embroidered in pink, blue, black, white and lavender, at 2Sc add 35c each. We have ruchtngs in all colors, fluffy and full styles, also salin striped and satin ed^cs, at 35c a yard. We have just received a larfjfc stock of back and side combs and wide barretts. Come in and see them. Covina Peoples Store (INCOKI'OKATKU) t.'iawlord ; vocal KO!O, Mr. Glenn Leisure; amoi'inlM, in 8100 and up to in vent, at oigut per cent per annum Keo J. II. Matthews. ,*• For Si»le- Fivo thuumind orange seedbed slock, #'-i'.J per M. Inquire A. W. Puuley, t'ovina. Homo Phono UGGS KOR SKTTING Thorough - lired While Leghorn, Ciipt. Mitchell Htrain, 81.01) por selling. W. W. Nu/um, W. Double Avo. \ Kip Anyone vviiniing extra line buddei Knglish Walnui, frees should apply to P. F. Slevenn, Waln-itl, Conlcr. Phone i Ki7. If Losl A plush hqirobn with rubber lining, between A. M. Hccley'H rcHi dcncc anil I'acillr I'.lectrio depot. Leave al Aif.'iib oilier. W. U. Gam l.'cv. ]'. ( 1 St ii 1 , u \Vedn» • -da v ir. h-leiids vi'. h v, us orning |,re rial snov, About two hundred Kpectatorn wei • present. T iere are many hats and FOli SALK- ('nmmo'lioiiH Packing lIoiiM- in f'oumi. Foiimrly owned by Ruddock, Trench (.'o. For I'artifi • liars addri-HH American National 1'auk, LOH Angeles. FOR KXCIIANGK Good !l room bonne anil two largn loin, well heated In KedlandH. 1'iieo i'fi.VJU. Win it teen of their friends, all girls but j (>,,., j na ,,.,,),|,. n( . ( , ,„• Mr( ,ve, HIIIIID va Mr. Stevens and the two drivers, rode, | lll; Reynolds, C'ovimi. l:;i I lr<. ni.d (ht'ieliy hiiiif.'h a tale i;t a taU.vho. About nix on Tuesday nioin- ing the' \ icinily ',.' the piiii-'onn^e v\at, aroused with the mur-io of ^blatant boriiH, and Mr. Stevens' Bible c.lnt-h of fourteen young ladies with nigh- to n.ako hats of in off in a tallyho to hunt, tor KIIOW. | Tho parly was chaperoned by Mrs. ' riiriterials i Stevens, w ! ho went in tho auto wilhi Rt-ckhnPi I Mr. Roy Blariohiud. They i-.e/il about millinery store that will inl'-reM j two and a^hiilf inilen iianl linynam's every lady. Here are a few hpeeial ; (,'amf), near l(;fdjouf-,e canyon Thi;.y prjtieH that v>ill b<- of double i,iteie-t : were HUtinfie.d tf; walk in four im'h<;b Children's nailor.s of good strong ' of unow, although there we/e deep braid as low as Trimmed hats, drifts nearby. Snowballing was many can be bought for IK. 00 and enjoyed. The view was magnificent less. Great variety of floweri f ,r 'J;"jc, and Mr-, Harold C. If. Pratt and MIK a bunch. Stiff ribbon, good tor hair bowH, for '-iTji: a yd. Braid, net for head foveiisig, wire, rice net, buck rum. silk, etc., for the ladies of the lir'-tliren (Church. Thu ladies are c-orreet. when they Hay .Mirj-i Iteckard has the large.-.t and best ushortment of giving lhei,i thi.-i plcasuie. .'-i > that hai ever Li.en and a snov, storm could be been on Olfl Jiiildy, tfie llaki-n bb>wing down on tl "ir f'lci M. They Jit a flro rear a fitn. in :.nd ate dinnei, and hujipfi on tb ir K turn. Jt wan a veiy fie lighlt I (..>> uiiion mid thi: yi.u.'i;.; la die« aie yr; i-lul to Mr. H/evens for .Mi-, y but. in Hievenw tuilifcd hei ankle H! it ii not a .'iei iou-> inJKI y. TO KXCIIANGM Cboic.o Hightly lots in one block, on car linn In Hollywood to the value of #15,001) lor exchange for Covina orange, or chard income properly. H.I 1 '. 11. No. 10, liox lil, Jlollywi,od, (;nl. lip HJ'I'X M A L To home neekerit Wh'i wantrt 10 acres iif California's rich HOI! on croii payment plan'-' Wiite fiir part iculaiH. I. H. <>ver holl/ei, IClfi K. '-'nd St., Lon;i U.-ach. Cal. Up i l-'it/Gciald .Ii Bfnry of I'a-.adeiii, loiin money on .•.'inches and iin| rov ; eil leal eiilale, at lowest cuin-nt. late'-i. Write f,r fell phone them at, I'.-is.'ide or call up •). W. 1'renti^n, f.'ovina 'J. I '11, and iic.k to IIHVI; a icprc Be.ntij'.i'•.•'•, '.t til'.- firm cull on y-.u. tf $* Druya'fii s,J-jhiiot£r. matter hon> healthy rte may seem to be, or /ion' careful n>o are in our tiding, the hustle and scurry of the "dally grind" is sure to make, an inroad on our constitution in the course of a year. We need to take an annual "brace-up" and straighten out the "kinks" and "knarIs." We need to jolt the circulation, appetite, neri)cn and litier. Altitone H>/'// do it. It neOcr falls. That's n>hy it's guaranteed. fl.OO a bottle. We Invite You to Make This This Bank Your Depository If you lutvc an idle hundred- or fifty or any otlic,- amount wliicli you desire to lay aside foraafe keeping, briny it to this bank for deposit. Wo issue Certificates of Deposit payable on demand, also Timo Certificates bearing 1 '1 per cent interest. The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 Weighs the Minutest Fraction New Moneyweighl Com put! ng Scales Treats l-vcryone Alike. Our Store is Equipped With I hem. JUST A WOKI) AIJOUT lloiiic's JJIi'iul ('.'illi:<r>, \vliii Ii an- tlirt-c pinmd-. for a dollar. And also tlin Royal iJlctid (Golfer, wliii h i-i twciity-livi- c. lit » tin: Iiotlinl. HORNK'S GROCERY (!nvitia, Cal.

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