Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 10, 1909 · Page 5
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f local Events. \|> —— -~~--~ <fesS"^?V -- -—^^-- ----—' See Hull's 10 cent counter. Real coffee— Premier Blend. Warner, Whitsel & Co. "As You Like It"— Premier Blend coffee. VV. W. & Co, Mrs. T. I. Cook is visiting friends in Ontario.. Try It for luncheon — Top Notoh pastry. W. W. & Co. Mr. Bon F. Thorpe spent Thursday in Corona on some contracting business. Holy Trinity Church Guilt! met Thursday with Mrs'. Wm. Thome. Born, to Mr. rind Mrs. John Balil- ridgc, Friday, April 2, u daughter. Mrs. John AVilkius WHS a luncheon guest Thursday of Mrs. Jacob Hrunjcs. Mrs. K. P. Warner, who has been ill for two week*, is improving steadily. Baby bonnets from 50c to $2.50. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa. nding his s sp Tuesday Prof. Karl Leebrick vacation at Berkeley. Mrs. Alice Leisure spent •with friends at GlendaU 1 . • Tucker takes the right expression at the right prices. tf E. P. Hull will soon have a fine line of Queensware. Mrs. Alice do Courcy and Miss Kegina Bacon were guests this week of Mrs. W. B. Bro.'i dwell. Mrs. \\'. Sides spent last Monday with Mrs. Frank Nichols at Huntington Beaeli. Mrs. Frank Murphy and daughter Frances are visiting relatives at Long Beach. Paul Leebrick left last Saturday for Mesa, Arizona, where he will ,spcnd the summer. A. C. Wai to of Long Reach is spending two weeks with his sister, Mrs. 1). E. Huff. C. W. Tucker's Studio is in Covina, where you can get Kodaks and supplies. tf A. .T. T?eet7, and family have moved from tlie Baldridge house on Han Bernardino road to Cottage drive, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorpe and baby of Los Angeles are spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ben i>\ Thorpe. Mrs. Mary Nichol and Mm. Candlee of Lonr- Beach were guests from Thursday till last Monday of Mrs, W, Bides, Prof. Wm. Huff and family of Long Beach were week end guests at the home of the jnan. HiifP, IvTrs. 'Chas. Finch and Mrs. I. M. Bartley drove over to Whittier on Tuesday to' see a si.stor-in-law of the latter, 'who is ill in the hospital, Miss Josie Rdsonthal and her friend Miss Mary Johuson of Los Angeles arc spending the week end with the former's sister, Mrs, F. J. Clinc. t We have a line of Easter eggs, rabbits and panorama eggs which will please the children for Easter. Cummings' Confectionery. Sors from $1.00 to $5.00.- Mrs. Jennings, A.zusa. The Farmers' Club will meet Saturday, April 17, at the home of Mr. E. A. Cooper. Prof. Ramsay of Whittier will be the principal speaker of the afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Armel have removed to Prospect Park, Hollywood, the former having accepted a position iu the city. Mrs. H. Grouse will spend the week, cud with them. Miss Captola Houser returned Monday morning with her cousin, Miss Winifred Wilkins, to Highland, where she will spend her vacation from Cumnock School, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hutchinson arc visiting at the home of the latter 'H sister, Mrs. F. M. Chapman, until their house on Center street in enlarged and remodeled. former's brother, P. Ky- Otis Dumlerar and family _ have moved into the hoime on tho George llutchinson ranch. The house vacated \>y them on Cottage street will be occupied by Mr. Welch and family. E. P. Hull's for Perfection oil stoves. Mr. and Mrs. John Coolman and Ron Paul Taylor made the ascent of Mt Ixiwo last Sunday. There, were over 250 guests registered at the hotel and nil wen; delighted to find a foot HUOW on the ground. Misa Jeffrey and 1 have made an agreement to the effect that we close at G:'.50 every evening except Satur day evenings. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa. Mrs. John Khehan and two daughters of Topeka, Kan., who are hoiiHe guests of Mrs. Matt Chilton, »|>ent this week with friends in L«>s Angeles and made the ascent of Ml. Wiisc.n on Thursday. Mrs. C. K. He inii» has received H r.'.rd announcing the birth, March Jltli of Oiiriin i-'.iiivard Alk-n, HOII i>t' Mr Mrs. Wilfred Allen of Hollywood. Utter will be rn:in-niber-<| by friends a* Katie Ji'iui^, Horace. Bt-inirf. See Hull's 10 cent counter. Misa Diuiiclia Xoll of Hollywood is n house guest of Mrs*. Win. Warren. Trimmed hats from $3.00 to $5.00. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa. •Did you see our family group In C. \V. Tucker's Studio? tf Master Percy At wood is suffering from an attack of pneumonia. "Believe me," no coffee is as good as Premier Blend. W. W. & Co. For Rtnt- -Comfortably furnished rooms, Mrs. S. Allison, Dexter street. How to tell when your bread is done—Order "Top Notch." W, W. & Co. Come and see our line of Raster novelties. Cummings' Confectionery. What, is the use of sleeping on the floor when you can get n bed ao i cheap at. K. P. Mull's. Mrs. Harry Lewis and mother, Mrs. S. A. Lewis, Mast.-r Paul Lewit> and Mrs. B. K. Hesseitine were among a picnic party at Fern Canyon Thursday afternoon. Last night several automobiles drove over from Corona to attend the Jones-Burch meetings. Rev. Jacuies, pastes of the Corona Baptist Church, was called upon to lead the congregation in prayer. WANTED—Tf you want to sell your ranch or trade for other property, list with me. Drop me a line. GliO. W. SB WARD, With Chas. O. Goodwin, SO!) West First St., Los Angeles. 4-17 The Rev. Alfred Fletcher, who has ben confined to his bed during the week with a severe cold, is somewhat better. Owing to his indisposition some of the daily Holy Week services were omitted and instead of the three hours' service on Good Friday from 12 to I!, a shorter service was held at 10 a. in. Good Friday services, in commemoration of Christ's death upon the cross. were held ye.Hlenlay morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Church of tlio Holy Trinity, Kpiscopal, .Kev. Alfred Fletcher officiating. For three days, including Friday, Saturday and Sunday, wiHpus;; as tlio timo Christ remained in the tomb. Hist resurrection on the third day will be celebrated tomorrow as a day pf supreme rejoicing. An enjoyable at'tornoon was spent on Wednesday at the hospitable home of Mrs. C. E. Crawford by those ladies who were able to accept her invitation to meet Mrs. Harder of Portland. An interesting guessing game afforded much amusement and delicious refreshments wcro served. Others present were Mines. Ha sward, W. W. Nash, K!- liott, Vincent, Griswold, Van Vloit, Loughecd, Huff, Atvvood, Prntlier, II. Cushinan and Burpee, Our former citi/.en, .lames Corbett, who moved out to his ranch at North Charter Oak a short time ago, has built a new shop and put in a full stock of smithing tools, on his prop- rty there. Corbett was well known here as an expert horse shoer ana good all round smith and the people of Charter Oak are to be congratulated on the opening of a forge In their locality. The hospitable home of Mrs. M. Leebrick was the scene last Friday evening of much gaity, when the doors were thrown open to the Kp- worth League of the M. E. Church, who responded to the number of over thirty. A varied and informal program of music helped the evening to pass quickly. Each person on entering was presented with a dainty little mocassins made of peanut shells and baby ribbon and containing a for. tune. The reading of the latter occasioned much merriment. Punch and wafers were served. OUR AffllTS: Warner, WtiiUel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry Stop in and take a cartoon of delicious ice cream home for dinner. Cummings' Confectionery. Miss Agnes M-uirs, who lins been spending the winter with Mrs. ,1. A. Knnis, will leave next Tuesday for Iier home in ^Minnesota. Mrs. W. W. Hutchison and daughter. lOleanor, of Long Heach. spent the week with her children horo. .1. H. Matthews reports the s.alo of 60 acres of unimproved land to Messrs. Knglish and Kufus. Mr. Mat- thows also reports the sale of three and one-half acres In the Valley View tract, Baldwin ranch, to Mrs. Mallnda Sickles. Tlie Kev. Arthur .1. I'Vilsoin. superintendent of <'om.rreg;il ional churches in Oregon, \vax a gnents last week at Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodges, old friends in Danville, Ontario, Can. During Mr. Knh-ioin 'H visit he and Lloyd Hodges ascended the d'leiidora hills and enjoyed a view of (lie valley which lie declared wll repaid him for Hie trip, lie is working on a home missionary eiiinjiaign in California. Mrs. Geo. Ha/xard was a charming hostess on Friday afternoon last at the third of a series of informal afternoons "at home" in honor of her mother, Mrs. Harder of Portland, Ore. and her sisters, Mrs. Guenther and Miss Harder, also of Portland. An amusing feature of the afternoon was a telegram game, for which Mrs. C. S. Heardsley received the prlzo, a handsome, bouquet, of Waster lllloa. Other ladies present wcro Mines. Ames, C. M Crawford, Annette Crawford, Goodell, R. C. Clarke, John Brunjes, Geo. Van Vliot, Lougheed. A. IT. Collins. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Found—An open face watch. Mrs. C. Vaughn, Cypress avenue. It Did you see baby's photo from C. W. Tucker's Studio? tf For Sale—Loose Alfalfa hay. L. M. Swallow, Phone 2103. It For Sale—Vegetable plants. ?,\2 Sail Bernardino road, Covina. tf. Cabbage and tomatoes for Hale. Covinu Floral Nureeries. 4-1 ;ip Try it for dinuer—Top Notch pastry. W. W. & Co. C. \V. Tucker's Studio, Covina, Cal. ft JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE • Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, AXll I.IST VOUK I'HOl'KKTY Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Blk. COVINA, CAL. ( (iuught.i :iml Tin .viny r ol Dr. Har-.ey L. Thorp Hen ;IM| lJr.'l..-w;H Tl.cr at.-'.l fr-.iii Kn-h M>-<!i<-;il (•ii).' i, ;it t.'ii,- I. <-;"i <il' hit pit J.I. Mr. »,')(. fi to I' 1 ' ilii l'i.rU(i-) vacation. , Lr-.tiie (''i.ll.-i.'e? I.V..1. II, ,•»-,.M;ily '.he ex-., u of ( t>ok ' lit,it' Y r|.e *:il i"' ''i *'' th>- c<.i»_;r:it Hint i"i to >'U !•> i H W'.ll-l'il The Kastcr mnnic at the Church of the Holy Trinity (Kmncopal) has been especiuliy well aa-rangcd. A full chonin choir of twenty voiced will render (iounod's "KaiictiiV with tenor solo by Ih'iirv L. MaiMiall. and following it will be' Gounod's " Benedict UH" by Mrs. Hilda Bniujes with full choir accompaniment. The aiilliein, " Why .Set k Ye the Living Among the DcaiU" an especially brilliant number for Kaster, will be' unng bv Mr. II. \. Well*, leader of the. Covina Choral Hociety, with full chorus following. A paraphrase- on the Hallelujah choiiJH from Handel's •• Mes»i!ili" will be rendered with full choir and hoprano Kolo bv MIHH Kvelyn Fb tcher, ''.Vow IH Christ Risen." The church i:as been be/tut i- fullv decorated for the occasion, and extra sealing capacity jirranged for. Rev. Alfnd Fletcher will preach in the 'Morniii!.': on "ChriM, Our l£'-hiirrec- tion," and in the (-veiling at 7 :'•'<> on "Ci.ri.-**, tl.e First Fruits." Kvervone ,-M cordially incited to both services. will also be Holy ( 'oiini!unioii in the inoriiing. ,e Woman--! ' lln/nc ai.'l I oi'- ionarv Soi'i.-ty of the Pn-'-.b ,-h iin-l la 1 -! Fri-lav .-it'>eiri liorne (•!' Mi-. Win. V.'.-it. ...-.,1,1 ,-t ol' ti:e at'tcnii.o • -.-I, v.hi-h v. ;.s to ha 1 ..- In *•! r. vV. W VVJ.it--, who iv.-i at t'-rian .n at il ! tO! ' •I- t • Ml K, For fialo-- Alfalfa hny. FirHt ranch south of wash on Puentc Koad. Frank Movvis. Itp For Sale—Bay mar«, 5 years old. First class work animal. W. P. Watts, tf Cabbago jilants for wale. Five centH per dox. Fresh gnrdon VOKC- tables. W. II, MoLeod, CitriiH Avo. Two ten acre orango grnvrta for sale. C. II. Converse, Ulendora, Cul, 4-l!lp Hay For Halo New nlfulfn. .T. VV. Lnrmer, furmisr Poolu ranoli, Walnut Confer. tf Black Minorca, White Minorca and White Leghorn eg«s for KOttiiiKH. MRS. .1. WIIKKLKIl, 5-1 CyproHH Ave. I'lione 1098 LOST--OP Tiiohday eve.nliiK, "" (dcctric car Hue, a long, elbow length Krcen K\o\t'. flrjanc leavo at ArgUH ollicc. H|» For Kale - - 15000 wwtet H uratifee plHiits, two to four bi"h. S15.00 per tluuiBand. Uollverv about Aprill 5. Fhono a0(552, uftcr (i p. HI. C. W. Wilhito, (jlenditru, Cal. 4-13 W.HI.TK AND BLACK AUN(Jf<(JAM - Mrmt prudtablo for both c.UK» «»d dresaed foultry. KK«« from tint- JJMIH heudcd by |iri/.e winning cock. 31.00 per Betting. We guarantee, more than 7;J per cfint le.rtilB. K. H. Miluor, '.112 Hun licruurdino rouii. tf HANCHKItH, \VK OFKKR YOU AN' Oi'l'OUTI'.N'n'Y TCJ HAV10 MtjN'KY: I havu fur Hah; a fjuanii'y of wc.iintl band riarv«-:-;tiii^ tool;-;, I/IOV/OCH, ralu-s, )iarv':st'-r.->, tii/nor.t, anyihiiiK you n(-(-d in thin line which can I/': had at. OPC half th(-i;- K-al valu<:. 'Jbey arc all IP iv.ci-H'-iji r'-;/afr ai.d wcic |<uiclia.-;i d i:cw by UK v.h'-n farpiipx "ii tin: lial'l ••A in land.--. U'. L. (i/dKKJTH. •J'<,l. }'.>'.>. ti Covi/m, C.nl. FOR SALE OR TRADB 80 acres of fine nlfnlfn land on Salt Luke R. K., nine miles from Kiv.eraido. Address A. H. Collitie, Covina. (loud nnili, icnni for snlo. Weight 2100. Covinu TrniiHferCn. "Mid Sntniucr Night's Dreain" Top Notuli pastry. W. W. ,V C^.i. Thoronshbred Cornish Indian Game. C. L. Smith, Aznsn, Cal. tf Wanted- 7 shores Cuvinii water stuck. Cash. A; Warner. Trimmed lints for girls from $') to Sf), Mrs. Jennings, AZIINH. Cih-us nursery stock for Ha In. Call Homo phono ')()8fi. Money to loan on approved real estate. H. 13. Bidwcll, Gleiidorn. !127 For Sale chcnp—Choice lot on \V. Badlllo. Iixiniro 110 Went; College, tf "Tnstlng Makes It So" Premier niend (iolfco. The best ooffec. \V. W. A Co. Water slock for naln--A few nbaro.s of Columbia Laud and Water Htook for Niilo. Apply Argun oillc.e, Covinu. Wantnd--lCxnorlene.cd ers at tlio tilondora t.'itrua tlon, (Jlendoni, Cal. 4-17 KOUND—A white l'cath(>r boa. Anyone claiming (ho same and iiayiiiK have it. Mrs. JonnlngH, A/.usii. For Salo or Trade •-Second-hand buggioH Covina Harness & Sad- dlery Company. It "Merry Wivcn o" Windsor"---nil fcihoifld have used Premier Dle.nil oolVeo. VV W. & Co. If you luive money in small n- inount, 8100 and up, to invest at eight per oent per annum, see J. H. Mattliewfl. Mrs. Idu Kltterihouso, room 0, First National Bonk tlldg. First clufis dresH muking nt reasonablp nrlccB. tt What are you doing for the "gum disease" in your ortingu grove? Kver try a grooving knife? 2fJo at Kcllnr- Thoniuaou Mfg. Co. tf For Sale—-Good driving Lorso at a bargain. Almi buggy and JianiofiH. AH!C to sco "Howard" at Vcndomo atablea. J. M. Slunton. Wnut Good oriuigo grove, Covina way, for fine Piieudeun, improvod, nr vacant with some oiiNb. K. H. Wier, G Rtant.on Uldg.,l'aHndona.4-10 For Sale or Knot- Lnrgo yard.n with ahodH, on main atreet, suitable for any wholesale buslnoBH. Argun oLlluo. For Bale A few sharoH of Columbia Land and Water Htook. Argut odlco, Covinu. Citbbago plantH for Halo, 10 oonb per do/en or I! do/on '2fi contn. AH!I for prices per 100 and 1000. JO. IJ. Miluor, 112U K. Han Ucniurdiiu rood, tf pUOTffURl.il SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price KS$SSS$«$$S«$*$$$$$$$«$$*J$$S$$$^ We Carry-— GROCERIES and can send your order promptly HORNE'S GROCERY also Fruits, Vegetables, Candy and Vegetables in our Stock Phone 43 B«3$$3««««$K«««$&$«d$$M$$tt5«3$3S^ KCifJH FOH HKTTIN(J Tin. rough bred While Leghorn, dipt. Milchnl Htrain, 81.00 per Hotting. W. W Nil /urn, W. iJoublu Avo. 4-10p FOH KA/jK- CornrnodioiiN ('linking HOUHO in (,'oviiiH. FoniHtrly owncul by Uuddook, Ticneb Co, For 1'nrtlo iilnrH iiddrcKH Amei icnii N'atlonu Uunk, LdH Angck-H. Fil/deralil it Hurry of I'tiNiiden lonii money on nun-hen arid improv wd i-e»l HHliita »t luwiiHt I'lirront rutt;H Write or lclc|ibiiiie tbeiii lit I'liH or call up J. W, 1'ntntiHH, Covim phono 121. '1 4, mid aHk to bavo a repro H(:ntutiv(i of the. (Inn cull on you, I Wanted Fivo to te.ii ttc.ru orang grovw, fl'Hl. cluHH coiiditioii. can fillet'. 48000 Id * 1 121)00. Ciivo aw flrn f;:iy;j)(;itt fliio hi'iii'i) and lul, highly improved, c.HHh price 17000, In bent part of Hollywood, tiiitt block of electric; balance yearly payments AddrfcHM W. MeCinniH Co., HOO K. I'rospe.ct Avo. . (lolly WK oil, Cul. Itp J v-act you to know that ( can ex change yi;ur grove or c.'iuiili-y prupcr ty fur go<;(] incouie I.'.s Anxclrs or ^luutlicrn Califoriiia pro(iin-(.y of yijin clu/ico and to ynur nut iifacl ifjii. I inaki: :; h|ii'cially of Southern Califor ma i:''.t'.\'.;ii:'t>i:'-, and c.jii niiiki: a '(ui'-k i-'<cbaii(.!.rs. .'.J.y ii,"tlo: "l.i|iia This Bank Wants Your Business We confess it. On the other hand, we know we are justified, in thus asking your patronage. We not only olTer our depositors every facility to be found in a modern institution, together with o 'Urteous consideration iiiul the best service, but we ats > assure you of Security for your money, Slreiuflli and Stability of management and methods. We will appreciate your business. The Covina National Bank Capital IXiO.OUO ~** l " r * ll »^-'t Covina Livery Stables J. J. FitzGerald, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged 1 1onic Phone: 30 i^^^^A^^^^A^rf >AA« Kes. Phone 1024 It takes a good deal of Machinery to run your ranch, what we do - doesn't it'.' Somothink' m^d lixin^? That's WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped lor all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Kstimates furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office oppohilc H. I'. \>v\>;\. Home 1'hoiie 2W C'.vina, J, N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful inechuuic-> ;nn do yijur work in the ino-,1 workniarilik< tinit ;i line tin- best equipment we can and best manner in shorter and at a n-a .onuhk- cost to you. We. (i\';<> i.:;irry i.-fnel ion. " \>i op li--,iing blank. H. I Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, Scbrnidr, :, Cal. 1 IU arc t!iinkinf.f ol jmr^.lia .iir.r 1 u vein ,tnd look over our liu • airl 1-ilk and if you vitc you to i a will ^uaranU": you a sijiian.- deal an-l /iv >'"'-' rle in ally til : ill it ti- a h-.v dol kind w e r l(V':T. ar^ tj-•>!'!

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