*##*####***#### •«*## ; Social (Hews; * * *##########*#*##** Thnrsdny overling,' April 1st, Miffs Hazel IJristow entertainer] n pnrty of friends at the homo of her pnrcntH on West SHU Unrnnrdino roar]. The Don«hly liomo on Knst Center struct was the scene on Hunclay of a memorable iuniily reunion at whldi over twenty wero present. The Kiiestn uf honor were Mr. Charles Doughty arirl hiH hrifle, who were married in Los Angel OH on t\m previous day. Mrs. H. H. AHChenhrenner entertainer! on Thurfldny nfternonri with n young Indies' "five hiin.lred" pnrty in honor of her sister, Miss Sherman. Those present wero the Misses Robbie find Jimrnii! Hi««iri8, Uyrd and Vio fieynoldp, Maim, Hardy, Sanders, Conk, Hustings, Elliott and Heath. On last, Hunday »t high noon at, the residence of Kev. Henry Larick of Long Beacb. MifiH Mny Trout and Mr. ,}. C. IJrown wens united in marriage. Only a f«w intimate friends wero present. Miss May looked very ftwect in a gown of white «iIk. After the ceremony refreshments were served at Hotel Del Mar. Her KoiiiK away suit was dovo colored cashmere. After a short, honeymoon the happy couple will be at home (.o their friends in Pomona. Fabr»ck-Coe. \Vedni" d.'iy evening, ;it the First, f'on- gii'gai i.mal I'liiiri'h, |jns Angeles, M'IHX KN'fl. foe I( f Hull plncc wns married to Mr. I'Ycd l'';ibiiid< of Covina. Tho ring eeremonv VVIIH performed by the l>ev. \Vni. Horace Day, pastor of HIP church, 1. I'ni'p :i gathering of friends which filled (he large nurlit'iri'.iiN. After an in! nidiictory iiiiinber on Hie pipe organ, tiii' wedding pnrty "iilcrcd |n the strains i,l' Lohengrin 's Wedding March, the gvoom supported by Mr. 1,'ichnrd I'.nin- |,.j, riil' red lY'im I in' front of I he huild- iiiLr nnd. liilfing lii j (dni-c ;<\ Hie nltnr 1n :i wnit the bride, who, preceded by tin brideHiiinid nnd ill I endii nt s, mnrelieil s'mvlv down oii(' <it' the :ii«leH from tin- ie;u of tin- building. 'I'he bridesmn id W:M Mi.-w Sn • .Mni'shnll Hunter nnd the nf tenddiitH the .Mi.HHcM Adn nnd Mabel 1'nriM'M, eoiiyin-i ol the bride. 'I'he gown worn by the bride \v;i-i of dnrhe'.-r* rhif- ion. -;il'MI liinimi'd in real Ifii'e and embroidered oreliids.* After I hi 1 ceremony I here W:IH n ft'- e(.ption nt the-IKIIIIC ol' the pnrenlw of tin- bride, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W. Coe, nt. V.'.'.Vl West, Fifth street, where HIP I'rieinN of the newly wdded pnir Klimv, , i'i\ them with I'oiigrrituliil ioiiH. !Ilcre the [iri'ViMilM, which were mimeroiiH, costly mill hi'initif'iil, wurc dinplnycd. A dniniy wedding brenlifiiHl wns servid the giiPHf.H. To L'"l from the home lo Uielr liotoi Hi" bride nnd groom had n lively iiuto- nuihili' I'lniHc nvcv all tin 1 city hi elude Hieir friend*!, who endeavored to overhaul I hem. The following day l.lii'.v lel'l l',.r roronndo to spend n week, n/'ler •whirh they will make Iheir home at. <! MI I'ai'U. The bride is a beautiful nnd arcom pli-hed voiinj; society lady ol' l.os An;>el' s. She \* nlsc an active Sunday school worker. The groom, the eldest HOD (if Mr. and Mis. I 1 '. II, Kubrick of this place, is a young man who is well luiown niul well liked by many friends in this volley, having residcde nl Ihis place nnd A/inn for a number of years past, during which lime he has been cniiiH'cled with his father in the hardware and plumbing business. At present hi' holds n position uilh the Pnion Hardware I'ompaiiy of l.os Angeles as x'tlesiiuin and collector. \ number of <'ovina friends of the groom attended the wedding and recep- I ion. The ri'giilni 1 prenohiiiK HervieiiH of the baptist, MuthodlHt and I'realiy- teriiin I'liuriihe.s will he held <m Sunday in union in tho I'rcHliyturiiiu (Miurirh. (liiinl Kridity Sorviees Instead nf the three IIOIICH' Herviue pn-vioiiHly iiniuinnt'i'd in Holy Trinity (Mniroh, the service on (iunil Kriday will In* nt 10:'U) it. in. ami will ('onsi.st id' Morn- iiiK Fni.Vt'f, Litany, Antn Cuniinniiinii Sei\'i(ie in the Clniicli uf I be Duly Trlnitv Sunday before MaNter 1'alin Sni'day: Holy Ci'imniunion 1 1 a.m.; subject, "Absolution, as Taught and l-lxernised in tlm All-in Catholic I'hun-h. " I'ivensoiiK. 7:III) p.m. Sunday school ll:|,'i a.m. On (Joiid Friday service will be at 10:I)U a. m. iiihtead (if tbu three hours' bcrvici' as proviuvisiy aniuiuiici'd. !' \^( ) !•!( llil.l' S I |( ) i M'Kl \i iS ' '.i llic * '';,•>', I.inc. Ihc cipial ui anv :.i M' \\'irld ,ii:d M-I in the iiiii!-; 01 MI- h >;.!:-M'. e-'iidit!'.n> ;i> enii>l .iil'y im;!< I" ;'H' u|iui air. A ilcli.^htl'nl pl.\ce I'm 1 i'- 1 r> i'ii|.i. i aii'Mi, i'iiii>iitiili'in;i| irc.il ii:cii!- and rcvTcaliuii. Ihc new b.ilii IIMI-I . uiili n- -u|ic!ii ci|Ui,inu'iit, i^ mi- Jis.'il'd b\ :iii\tlmii; in llii- cumiti';. . ll> '''.'••p.'iiliie trc.-itmcnt-. innd b;nli5. >uuii in.; y b:iib-. 'I nrki-h b..tl,~. I'.-irticiilai .-i Si >i"l ! 11- !<X I'Ai 11 h/ ti| |'li 1 > GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mm. C. Vaughn Celebrate the Day They Left Their Eastern Home for California. It was fl happy thought of Mr« C. Vaughn to xivo nn Informal ten, to intlmafe friend«i and neighbors, n( ber home on Cypress avenue on ThursiJay afternoon, in eclr;brntion of the 50th anniversary of the day when shr; and her whole-firmled and hospitable husband left their home in Shelby County, Indiana, anil crossed tho plains in their own "prairie schooner." drawn by eitfht yoke of oattle, for California, n journey which consumed the entire summer, arriving at Honey Lake Valley, Sept. H. They moved later to Sonoma County, and in 1872 earne south to Los Angeles, settling on the homestead where they now reside. From that time until now "Uncle" Vaughn and his good wife have done their full share in the growth and development of what is now the garden spot of tho world. In the early days of this settlement Mr. Vaughn had charge of tho construction of tho main ditch carrying tho water from tho mouth of the San Gabriel to the lands on tho Phillips traot, covered with sago and cactus, which aro now the banr.er orange groves of California. "Uncle" Vaughn was always a staunch Republican and when ho first moved to Covina they woro so scarce in this vicinity that ho had to vote at Mio caucus for himself eo that Covina could bo represented in tho county convention. Auntie's delicious rake and pie and good black tea of Thursday afternoon will linger long in tho memory of tho Argun editor, and these were served on china which must be the envy of every good housewife in Covina, a present sent direct from China by Austin Hnntn, raised on a ranch adjoining tho Viiughn homestead, who for the past five years has been a "sailor boy" on the fleet which circumnavigated the globe. It is fhe wish of our leaders that these good people may live yet many years to enjoy the prosperity which ban riorno tn I bom in their old age. Try it, for luncheon — Tup Notch pastry. \V. W. «X. Co. Uses For Baby Carriages. TCast sldet'K In New York use their baby eurrlaKes until they literally fall apart. Of course the primary purpose Is served well and often, us tho family Is generally a good sized one. Then the carriage Is used for a market and whopping wagon, being piled high with potatoes. Crocus, fruit and household goods of all kinds from neighboring stores and push carts. The east aider doesn't often have his things sent home. He's not sure he would get what he had bought. .Then the little boys are sent out In hover around new buildings or old ones being demolished .iiitl gather In wood to be pushed home In the baby carriage. On other occasions It. Is |>Iled high with garments being rushed lo or from the sweatshop. Sometimes packages of laundry arc; delivered from It, and, again. It Is tilled will) con I. When It Is finally worn out It furnishes a little fuel and four hoops for the children to play will).—New York Press. Phenomena of Heredity. It Is OKI? of tho phenomena, of heredity that a boy wants to be what his father was—If a shoemaker, then a shoemaker; If :in Ironworker, then an Ironworker; If an artisan of any line, tliun an artisan In that lino—and the father and mother who have come to hate tht; smell of lent her or the Ki'lme of the smithy, the oil waste of the machine or the sweat of downright Icml work cajole or coerce I bat boy Into something that Is genteelly dull or respectably stupid and kill the germ that wou!:l have produced the inanu- faclnrcr, the mechanical engineer or tho capitalist.- Philadelphia Telegraph. Tben She Missed It. Wlggs -I'nor old soul! She doesn't believe as much In the etllcacy of prayer as she did. Waggs—You surprise me. She has always been so extremely religious. \Vlggs— Yes. hut the other ilay she got ready to go Into the city, and then she discovered that she luul only ten minutes In which lo catch tho train. So idle knelt down before she started mid for live minutes prayed fervently that she might catch It. Catholic Standard and Times. Not Working. Nt'lllo npologi/cd for the action of her new b;ihy sister by saying, "You see, she hasn't got any sense- yet." Her mother objected to such an idea, and Nellie replied, "Oh. of course she's got sense, hut It Isn't working yet."-I)e- llneator. The Return. Magistrate- -If I remember • rightly, this Is not your tirst appearance. In court. 1'rlsoner No. your honor; but I hope you don't judge by appearances. —Harper's \VeeUy. Mean Insinuation. Lung -They suy, you know, that people CHII ho killed by klndnesja. Strong —Is that why you are so attentive to your wife's mother? — Boston Tran- Hcrlpt. IN THE .SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATR OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY' OF LOS AXOELEH. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Elrnira Lyoti, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the nndr.rsieticd executor of the estate of Aim Ira Lyon, dflcoasod, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the deceased, to exhibit, the same with tne necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor of the above named estate, at the law office of A. M. Pence, Rooms 7 arid 8, Kr : ed building, Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which place is hereby designated as the place of business of fin id estate. Dated this 31st day of March, 1909. E. P. WARNER, Executor of aforesaid estate. A. M. PENCE, attorney for said estate. First publication Apr. 3, H)00. 5t Brave Fire Laddies. often receive severe burns, putting out fires, then use Btickleti'.s Arnica Salve and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Horcs, Boils, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief is instant. 2.5c at C. F. Clapp s. Schedule For Electric Cars. Leave Los Angeles 5:50 n. rn. 7:0.i 8:10 'J-M 10:50 12:10 p m. 1..-JO 2:40 3:.?5 4:4.S 5:3.i 0:45 9:00 11:30 Leave Covina 5:50 a. ru. 6:55 8:30 9:50 11:10 12:30 p. m. 1:40 2:35 3:45 4.35 5:45 0:3.5 8:00 10:00 THOROUGHBRED (orniiti Indian dame Trios S10 00 Eggs S3.50 per Setting C. L. SMITH Tel. 3 Ascusa United States National Bank IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, sec me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. If. Kistler SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARING. HIGj| GRADE. Annual Meeting. Please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of Warner, Whitnel & Company will he held at the office of the corporation in the City of Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, on Wednesday, April 21st, 1909, a. 7:30 p. m. for the electing of directors arid for the purpose of transacting such <:ther business as may prope.-tly come before the meeting. E. P. WAKNKK. Sec. March lo, 1909. Christopher's Cream Of Quality THE GREATEST SELLER OF ANY AMERICAN ICE CREAM No other cream is so satisfying, go smooth, so delicious. No other cream is so unitier- sally popular. No other "just as good" cream can be sold at our prices. Try it. C, E CLAPP SOLE AGENT Home Bakery Stevens Brothers, Proprietors Bread, Cakes, Pies, Tarts, Biscuits, Doughnuts ASSORTED CONFECTIONERY Daily deliveries in Covina and vicinity in our new wagon. CITRUS AVE., COVINA E. P. HULL DEALER IN- New and Second-Hand FURNITURE Queensware, Granite and Tinware Cash paid for Second-Hand Furnitere *• -' * * * * * * •* * # * # •# * * *• * # * * * * * * * # * * # * # * # # # # * * •# * * •* * -# * * * *• * Money by buying thli reliable, honest, high grade sew* ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. National Sewing Machine Co. Belvldere, ill. . * 1 * * f * »• 1 * To Orange Growers, Land Buyers and Homeseekers Orange growers who are selling cut tlieir properties down south are invited to ecmi: and look our fine conn; v over and the tip-top lands we have for sale suitable for all purposes. A number of old experienced ora.ige growers hz:ve already ru-investcfl here and a lurire acreage will be planted this spring. We. ofl'er our famous Strathniore orange lands for only §100 up with'terms to suit. STRATHMORE is located between Lindsay and Porterville ami all trains stop here. We are now selling large town lots for 5150 and up you will have to hurry to get cue. Postoflice and ature already here. Opening fur blacksmith anil livery stable now. Yuu can of course write for further information but better still ciime at once. Lands bought nuw will be worth double ni'xt spring. Kxcursions leave Los Angeles daily at 11 p.m. and arrive at Strathniore at \\:M a. tn. Railroad fare refunded purchasers of lands. Our office is at the depot and our teams aiv at vuur service en arrival. Strdthmore Realty (o. Stratiimore, I u id re (oui'ty I'll.me i farmsi 1.57 * * * * * * # * # * * * * Jewelry Jewelry Jewelry Fine watches, clocks, rings, chains, pins, bracelets, Everything GUARANTEED to give satisfaction. Our REPAIRING department is complete with new tools and materials. All work WARRANTED to give satisfaction for ONE YEAR. Covina Jewelry Company M. WRIGHT, Manager. Next to C. W. Tucker's Studio Citrus Avenue * * # # # * # # # * # * * * # * THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET serve you with the best. Our stock is carefully selected and 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 goverment inspected meats, hams and bacon. Fresh eastern oysters in bulk a specialty. ROBERT CRENSHAW Our motto: Prime goods and moderate prices. Phone 22 * * * * # * * # * * * * * * * * * * *! *! * * * *! #! *i *i *l *! * * # * # * * * *l *! * #! * # I * ! # : # i # * * * # * # # * * * * * * * # * * * # * * KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery PRICE j^.-ff-A-- uJc <i $1.00. OLDS TJtel Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FOR C^ 13 I Ull \4T GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. No ohanoe foi n mistake in ordering Premier Bluud coffee. W. W. & Co. Howell & HovveSI BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT C r e> n sl-i ei \A/s Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. FOR SALE Five room house and barn, lot 50x175, fenced, close to Citrus avenue and electric road. $1800. Lot 50x175 adjoining above, full bearing- Washington navels. S850. Four room modern house, two porches,'bath, cellar, electric lights, large lot 60x175. E.| College St. $2500. Five room house and large lot 60x175, in center town. S3 500. Large lots, 60x175, full bearing navels. §625. Large corner lot ''5x175, solid to full bearing navels, close to IClectric road. $1500. liusiness lot on Citrus avenue, 55x155 with enclosed yards and sheds, 55x80, hauimg way on cither side. The finest site in town for ;my wholesale business. Close to electric road. Price $M)I.IU. Good terms can be hdd nil all the \>r* perties. J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal.
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