Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 27, 1909 · Page 5
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local Events. Vl Real coffee—Premier Blend. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Wanted—7 shares Covina water itook. Cash. A. Warner. —Premier Blend W. W. & Co. "Aa You Like It coffee. The Amphion Club meets this evening with Mrs. Dana King of Azusa. The Farmers' Club will meet this afternoon v«t the residence of J. M. Smith on San Bernardino road. Miss Minnie Hutchison of Long Beach is visiting her brother, George, and wife. Holy Trinity Churob Guild mot on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I. I. Cook. Miss Ida McCreary of Los Angeles spent the weak with her frrr-.ici, Miss Meta Bruujes. Mr. A. Anderson was tha guest Wednesday of his sister, Mrs. Broadwell. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa, has a good line of ostrich goods. Plumes from 915 to 825, 3-27 Mrs. D. Eyman Huff has been suffering with la grippe during the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of South Dakota were guests last Friday of H. M. Houser and family. Mrs. L. P. Shutt of Highgrove was the guest this week of her brother, Porter Montgomery and wife. Your ranch can be sold if listed with Hagerty & Hempel, 314 H. W. H oilman Bldg., Los Angeles. Mrs, W. B. Broadwell entertained her husband's staff of clerks to dinner on Friday evening in celebration of his birthday. Mrs. M. DeCorse of San Rafael, who has been spending-a week at the home of her uncle, W. B. Broadwell, left yesterday for Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Owens, Jr., who spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. Jennings, returned on Thursday morning to their home in .Pasadena. For the next thirty days we will sell , all our deciduous fruit tree • stock at a reduced rate to close out. Armstrong's Covina Nurseries, i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Heath entertained at dinner on Thursday Rev. Martin and Prof. Hoggatt and Rev. and Mrs. Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomason entertained at dinner yesterday Rev. Martin and Prof. Hoggatt, Rev. and Mrs. Conley and Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Heath. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris this week were his mother, Mrs. Belle Harris of Los Angeles, and niece, Miss Frances Hill of Ventura. Mrs. F. W, Sherwood, Mrs. Rosa C. Clarke and Mrs. S. A. Stowell were luncheon guests one day last week of Mrs. Geo. Platt of San Dimas. Mr. Clarence' M. Mylrea of San Bernardino will be the guest Sunday of Mrs. R. C. Clarke In order to attend the confirmation of his grandson, Jack Clarke. The J. M. Stanton Realty Company has purchased a handsome five-passenger Jackson touring cur. This tiiin has secured the agency for the Jackson automobiles. Jack Fletcher returned on Friday last to Berkeley, his brother, Alfred, of San Francisco arriving on Saturday for a short vacation with his parents, tho Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guenther of Portland, Oregon, will arrive today to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hazzard. Mrs. Guenther is a sister of Mrs. Hazzard and they have come to this state to locate, probably in Covina. Mrs. Alice Leisure* had ns her guests this week Mr. and Mr. B. M. Leisure of Danbury, Neb. mid Mr. Henry Williams of Los Angeles. The former are tho parents of the late Mr. Leisure. Mrs. Chas. Yaw of Los Angeles was out this week to see her husband, who has been spending two weeks convalescing from a recent illrets at tho home of his sister, Airs. Ben F. Thorpe. MILLLNF.UY OPENING You are invited to call and inspect the fine line of piittern hutd mi Friday and Saturday, .March -Jti and '27 at Aira. Jen nines', Axutu. IJ-'JT Xoveitif-s in uncurled i.-.lrich, huckle-M. pins, etc. Kvriv ii'-oi-.sary tor a (ifctty l.ai. Th<; nti.ek i.-. i.e-.v and ii|. I*, date. .S!i-. .Jenninys, Thoroughbred Cornish Indian Game. C. L. Smith, Azusa, Cal. tf MBelieve me, " no ooffee is as good as Premier Blend. VV. \V. & Co. Your ranch can be sold if listed with Hagerty & Hempel, 31 i H. W. Hellman Bldg,. Los Angeles. For Rent—Comfortably famished rooms. Mrs. S. Allison, Dexter street. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Knight of Pomona called on relatives in Covina last Saturday. Mrs. C. O. Glover, who is .seriously ill, is showing considerable improvement. Mrs. M. L. Mehnert is lying seriously ill at her home on Howard street. Miss Wiunifred Wilkins of Highland arrives today to visit her aunt, Mrs. A, R. Evans. How to tell when your bread is done—Order "Top Notch." W. W. & Co. Mrs. E. G. Clapp of Los Angeles is the guest of her son, Philip, and wife. She will spend the summer in the Eunis home. Mrs. A. Bolles of Minnesota, who has been staying some time with Mrs. Ennis, left ou Thursday for her home in the East. \ Mmes. Chandler and Stearns of San Francisco, arrived this week to spend a month with their cousin, Mrs. H. F. Cook. Mr. Harry Stearns, son of the latty, will arrive today for a short visit Attorney J. A. Sain of Lawton, Okie., was tho guest last week end of Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Anderson. He is delighted with tho winter climate of California, having hitherto had experience of the summer with hia family at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. VVm. Stilgebouer and the former's parents, of Dau- buvy, Neb., were guests last week of Mrs. Alice Leisure. They are on their way home after spending two winters in California. They will close out their business interests and return for good as soon aa possible. A party who enjoyed the Tilton trolley trip Thursday consisted of Mmes. H. F. Cook and guests, Mmes. Chandler and Stearns of San Francisco, Mies Cook and guest, Miss Wheele- Mmes Prather, Capron and Clapp, le Messrs. Herron and Hastings. Owing to rain there was no meeting of the Monday Afternoon Club last, Monday. On next Saturday Prof. Kent of the State Normal will giro a talk on sloyd, with illustrative exhibits, The school faculties and sloyd students are invited. Members may bring guests without cards. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Winder entertained at their ranch home this week, Mr. and Mrs. Liebman and two daughters of Sulphur City, Okla. Mrs. Liebman and Mrs. Winder are old school friends. They wore delighted with Covina, which they said was indeed the garden spot of the very Edon of America. Senator R. F. Buller loft on Thursday on a business trip to Chicago. On his return he will stop over for a month at Hailey, Idaho, to settle up his business affairs in that city, so that he can make his permanent home in Covina. Ho will probably bo absent about six weeks. During this time Mrs. Buller will divide her time between the home of her son, Charles Bullor, of Cypress avenue, and her apartments at Hotel Vendoine. I want you to know that I can ox- change your grave or country property for good income Los Angeles or Southern California property of your choice and to your satisfaction. I make a specialty of Southern California exchanges and can make a quick exchange. I>Jy motto: "K<|iial Satisfaction." Drop mo a postal for listing blank. H. N. Sc.hinidl, Il'I'J Germain Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 4-10 Major (Jen. E. M. McCook.U.K. A., ways: "I have heard many of the great, readers of tho past thirty years in both Europe and America. Mr. Martin in my judgment, surpasses them all. He is the beet reader I have ever heard." You should hear Mr. Martin in the elocutionary anr] musical entertainment at the Christian Church Monday evening, April 5. '25o and lOo. A party who enjoyed a pleasant trip to the summit of Mt Wilson hint, week end consisted ( 'f Mrs. Joseph lielser of Bellefontaine, Iowa, Mr. O^cai Brown of LonUhurg and sitter, Ali^a Jennie, and Miss .Mary Nil I. They left on Saturday morning and were ftrunng thirty-seven who regi-iteicd at the hotel am) wen! to slt;?.-n with lui.Tt and rain out->ide. In the m<,iijiug they win- delighted to find a foot -if .sni.vv. The vie'A v. ;i.i beautiful. '!'!.<; party i>:turned to C</\ ina on the 10 p.m. car Sunday. OUR AdMTS: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary laundry A, W. Pooley, tbe floral nurseryman, is mourniuK the loss of a valuable colt. Chester I. Smith of Prospect Park made our ofBoe « pleasant visit this week, renewing his subscription for another year. Twenty-seven new subscribers to tbe Argus is the record for the past week. Our efforts to furnish all the news all the time are being appreciated In a substantial way. Miss Efflo Bell of Sacramento is a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Reed. This is tho first time Miss Bell has visited Covina since 1890, flhen she accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Reed from Missouri. Hear Mr, Martin in the elocutionary nud musical recital at tho Christian Church Monday evening, April ii. Admission 2r>c, children lOo. The News-Tribune of Marion, Ind., says: "As a render and impersonator Mr. Miirtin has few equals. For almost two hours his audience listened, and upon the conclusion of the last number seemed as anxious to hear as when ho began. He was as fortunate in .his selections as ho was happy in their rendition. There was a blending of tho grave and tho gay, wit and wisdom, pith and pathos, while ail was pitched upon a high moral piano; which gave to tho entertainment a charm and value appreciated by all who hoard it." CHARTER OAK Miss Lottie Stowell is spending the week in Los Angeles with her sis- tor, Mrs. Frank O'Hara. Mrs. R. H. Middloton entertained on Friday evening with a dinner, those present being Mr. and Mrs. George F. Platt of San Dimas and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stowell of Charter Oak. Mr. William Boll has. sold this week ten acres to Mr. Hughea of Los Angeles. The Charter Oak school is tho proud possessor of three new flags, a flue silk one for each room and nnn large one to float ovor tho building, the money for which was raised by tho pupils of tho first grade. Mr. Pcabody, who has been occupying tho Bell cottage on Bonila avenue, has moved to a now home on Gladstone avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilcox and son, Clarence, aro spending tho wook end in Los Angolos. Mr. (J. Pessly and family havo moved from the cottage on Bouita avenue, to Glendora to havo charge of the Alosta hotel. SAN DIMAS. Mrs. Maoy, wife of postmaster Maoy, is confined to tho houso witli sickness. Mr. Hull, tho blacksmith, left hero last wcttk for a Bummer visit, to his old home in Missouri. Ifo will return in tho fall. Mr. K H. Schnler IH building a new reservoir on his ranch, Mr. Bristol has sold his place and will move with hia family to Los An geles. Some of the San Dimas people aro lamenting iho departure of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Homier who left, last week for the Mast. CoviriH High School wont down to defeat in the debate last evening with Hollywood. A large number went from hero to Hollywood by the electric road. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Grov«s, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CA1,T, AND UST YOUR PROPRRTV Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Rlk. COVINA, FOR SALE OR TRADE— 80 norca of fine nlfnlfa land on Snlt Lake R. R. , uino miles from Riverside. Address A. H. Collins, Covina. "Mid Summer Nlght/a Dream" Top Notch pastry. VV. VV. &. Co. Wanted --To ront a live or six room honsu, close In. J. D. Webb. Up Citrus nursery stock for sale. Cnll Tlonio phouo .'1085. Money to lonii on approved real estate. R. B. tiidwoll, Olondorn. U'27 Lost — A white sweater jnokot on San Bernardino road. Notify 2254. For Sale Cheap — A lot of chicken wire fenoiiiR. 2, 2,'«', 4 and G foot widths. S. P. JonniHon. tf For Sale — Seed potatoes. Frank Morris, Box 24. R. F. D. '.?, Covina. :i-'J7p Your ranch cnn bo sold if listed with llanorty & llempol, DM 11. VV. Ilelhnan Uldg. , Los Angolas. "TastliiK Makes It So" — Premier Blend cotfeo. Tho best coffee. VV. W. ,fc Co. Water stock for naln— -A few shares of Columbia Laud and Wat.or stnolc for sale. Apply Ar^ua ofllco, Covina. Ha«erty &. Hompol, ,'iM II. W. Hellman I3ld«, Los Angeles, have cash buyers for orange proves. "Merry Wives of Windsor"— all should buvo used Premier Blond ooffco. VV W. & Co. If you have money in small a- iiionut, 8100 and up, to invest at; eight per cent per annum, see J. II, Ho V m& For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found j Miscellaneous. I Alfalfa hay for hale. Hutht Kanch , Phone lo'tj. tf i Try il for dinner Top Notch paa- try. W. VV. A-. Co. For Haie i!ay mare, \, yiaia old. Firht. clijf.i v.ork animal. W. P. WulU. tf ^i.ur ranch can ho holrl if lifted with Hat'eriy ,v Hcmpej, :; 1 1 II VV. What aro you doing for the disease" in your orange grove?. Ever try a grooving knife? 20o at Kollar- Thornason Mfg. Co. tf Found — Near Covina Christian Church, a lady's watch. Owner please call at the Argus oflloo arid pay charges. It For Sale — Good driving lunso at a bargain. Also buggy and hiirnoRS. Ask to sco "Howard" at Veudomo stables. J. M. SLanton. Want— -Good orange grove, Covina way, for fine Pasadena, Improved, or vacant with Homo cash. R. II. Wier, 0 Stanton Bldg., Pasadena. 4-10 For Sale or Kent Largo yards with sheds, on main afreet, suitable- for any wholesale buflinoHH. Argus ofllce. For Sale-- A few shares of Columbia Laud and Wutor stock. Argus ofllco, Covina, Hagerty ,fe Hernpol, 1114 H. W. Hellman Bldg., Lou Angeles, have cash buyorf) for orange groves. If you havo money in small amounts, in $100 anil up to Invent, at oi«ht per cent per annum see J. H. Matthews. Cabbage plants for sale, 10 conts pur do/.en or !i do/en 'J5 cents. Ask for prices per 100 and 1000. K. B. Mllnor, 1'2.'J R Han Bernardino road, tf LUMBKH Let, us figure yrjur bill and sco who is lowest,, .J, M. AKM- HTKON(J, Mgr. Pico Heights Lumber (Jo. Los Angeles. 4 l()p For Hole Five thousand orangn Heedljcd slock, 8'^2 per M. Imiulro A, VV. Pooley, Covina. Home Pli'>no fill. KfjrjH FOR HUTTING Thoroughbred White Leghorn, dipt. MUoholl Hlraln, $1.00 pr»r setting. VV. W. Nii/um, W. Douhlo Avo. 4-lfip FOR HALM- Commodious Packing House in Coylna. Formerly owned by Ruddock, Trench Co. For Parties nlars address American National Bank, LOB Angeles. Just received New mihuiH, chips, neapolitanes, tuscaiiH, Hailnrs, child ren'u. hath and veils foi aiitoinobiliiii/. Open In the ovdniii^, MIH. ,JenniiiK», i A/una. I) 27 i A rmsi/'ong's Covina NurNci JUH have procured 2000 Valencia 'Hid navel i orange tier*, flint clanh stock. Any O/j<; wihliillg to buy Maine hhnuld call liifj for further informal!'. n. j 1 Fk/Getald -V finny of Pasadena loan money on ranchcri and improv ed real estate- at. lowest, current ral.':-*. | Write or telephone them at, P.i'iadena j '.;• call up .J. ','.'. Prentivi, f.'ovina ; [.hone ii I :; I , H IK) ; lr fc \<, ),ii\.- a ."-pre - i-j.t,Ui vi '.t II. i: Urn. call ><n i MI. I f Hrt faster oet Carte «g|' n>ish to call your attention to the classy line II of high art Easter Post Cards and Novelties that hatie just arrived from the East. The latest creations for Easter remembrances. Nothing old or cheap. Ideas in silk, embossed, and "surprise" post cards that are up to the minute. Sec the "nen>"chicks and the "squeakers." Moderate prices. This Bank Wants Your Business We confess it. On the other hand, we know we tire justified in thus asking your patronage. We not only offer our depositors every facility to be found in a modern inslitutioji, together witli c lurteous consideration and the best service, but we a!s ) assure you of Security for your money, Strength and Stability of management and methods. We will appreciate your business. The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 We Please Everybody • •• Our goods arc first-class, staple and inviting. Our prices arc the best. Give us a trial. HORNE'S GROCERY Phone 43 Covina Livery Stables J. J. FitzGerald, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged I lome J'lioric. 3 Res. I'hone 1024 It takes a good deal of Machinery to run your ranch, doesn't it? Something need fixing? Thai's, what we do WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Kslimates furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valvcn and gates. THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. Shop ami Office opposite S. I'. l>t-\> ;t ' Home I'lione 2H'> ('ovin.i, Cal. I, N. WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful im-rhanic.s and the l>rst ei|tii|>in-nt w,: can do your work in the most workmanlike and hc-»t manner in shorter time, and at a reasonable cost to you. We also carry a line oi Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you arc. thinking of purchasing a v.-hicli- o, any kind wo in vitr you local! and look over our line and talk tii<- in ilb-r ovvr. W will ^mrantei: you a ••-•plan- 'K-al and ->avi- you a K:w dollar, Ir/.iih-s

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