Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 17, 1909 · Page 5
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(local Events, ^"-------Q^**^-- "--••----•:- - See Hull's 10 cent counter. Real coffee —Premier Blend. Warner, Whitsel &Co. E. P. Hull's for Perfection oil stoves. "As You Like It"—Premier Blend coffee. W. \V. & Co. Mrs. Doyle of Riverside is visiting at. the home of Mrs. J. N. Wilson. "Believe me,' 1 no coffee is as good as Premier Blend. W. VV. & Co. Miss Doris Eosentlial is staying with hf.r sister, Sirs. F. J. Clino. Miss Lizzie Christie of Long Beach was visiting old time friends in Covina yesterday. Mr. Ed Burgess of Chicago was the guest Wednesday and Thursday of Dr. Jennings. MEN ONLY—Hear Jones and Burch Sunday at £:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Lathrop of San Jose arrived Thursday morning to spend two weeks at the home of the latter'a sister, Mrs. C. E. Bcmis. Mr. Ben F. Thorpe has been away during the greater part of the week, on a business trip to Piru and San Luis Obispo. The Misses Senier and Andrews of Colorado, who are staying at Long Beach, were week end guests of Mrs. S. J. Walton. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Madison and the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Madison of Pomona, visited friends in Covina last Sunday. Mr. Will Goodrieh is adding a handsome front, and commodious porch to his home on San Bernardino avenue. Mrs. Win. Harder and Miss Ethel Harder,-mother and sister of Mrs. Geo. Hazzard, left on Monday for their home, Portland, Ore. Miss Captola Houscr returns today from Highlands, where she has been visiting her cousins, the Misses Wil- Idns. Gold watch worth $25 given away to some lucky purchaser at W. A. Layman & Son's smoke house. . Miss Ida Hawes of the High School ^'" faculty'"is, entertaining her* father at, the home of Mrs. Alice Leisure. He came over for the school play and will stay till Sunday evening. Edward Kelly of Yotmtville Napa Co. spent Wednesday and Thursday with his old war comrade, Mr. Albert Shearer. On Thursday they went to the G. A. E. convention at Pasndena. For thirty-five cents you can hear thirty-five of the best local singers at the Choral Union Concert, Thursday night. Mrs. W. E. Wiseman, soprano, carries the leading solo score. 'Miss Eose Nigg has resumed her studies at the University of Southern California after a pleasant vacation at her home here. Miss Xigg is winning laurels both as a student and as an athlete. MEN ONLY—Hear Jones and Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Master Percy Atwood, younger son of Mr. and Airs. G. N. Atwood, who has been suffering with pneumonia, is convalescing and able to be out of tooir. now. It is a pleasure to announce thai the concert of the Covina Choral Union this coming Thursday is to be a big musical success. You may obtain seats of W. W. Nash for thirty-five cents each. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and daughter Eva are week end guests of Mrs. John Shuey (nee Gertie Smith) of Long Beach. They will also visit their son, Chester J. Smith and family at Hollywood. MEN ONLY—Hear Jones and Bureh Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Mrs. S. T. Trupliliiod entertain'd Wednesday with a dainty lum-hcon, at which tin 1 guests were Mines. Whitsel, Ki.stler, Warren ami A. .1, Wiirrr-n. A profusion of spring blossoms wen- used in decorating, Mrs. ii. ,1. Morris M' San IVani-i-co has ("•••n thr gur:-:t tliis week of' her brother. Mr. Oscar Miller. She was called to Ontru'in l«v rhe ••.criiiii- illn>'--i 01' he!' I'Mthc'-. Mir. Ii. W. Mi:le.', ,vi.o is iin'.Y iMii-ii |n-i i r. Mr. lie.,. \V. i a:!:, «:,,, I,:,- I,-,-,, :: • ing fur uvu •..;n- ui'i, h> I'm ii'!, lli.i.- eit Vi'alKe,-. v. ii! !<•!.•-•.. !,..xt ,•., ,-k i',.i •.;, (•xfei:.|>-,| lo.ir »!' ti.i- i.or! ;;••! :i :.;.: • ,,1 the -la 1 i , iii''l !•!', N _' li.,!!•-, i.',, !:••! •% and . " ; ;. : .i.;.- ; ,r' :.•.!•>••-> !!•• •. i :! T lien -;...| ; -i a \ ..;. r ;, • j. ; - ;..,;•.,. ... '. • See the tireless cooker at Hull's, tf How to tell when your brencl is done — Order "Top^Notolt. " \V. W. & Co. MEN ONLY— -Hear Jones mid IHirch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Mrs. .T. W. Armstrong spent Wednesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. if. .Roberts of Long Reach. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nye of Glendora, on Saturday, April 17, a daughter, Wanted- — 1,000 seedling bed orange trees. Write for particulars to John | N. Hunt, County Treasurer, Court House, Los Angeles. 2tp MEN ONLY — Hear Jones rtnd Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Musical Instructor H. N. Wells announces that on Monday and Tuesday evenings the Covina Choral Union will rehearse in the Woman's Club house. The Eev. P. G. Stevens and Elder Carnahan attended the meeting of the Presbytery at Long Beach on Wednesday and Thursday. And there will also be solos by Miss Anita Dodge of Pasadena, duets sacred and secular and big orchestral numbers at the Choral Union concert Thursday night. Mrs. C. J. Smith and Miss Kittic Bashor of Hollywood spent the week end with their sister, Mrs. Oscar Miller. Mr. Smith came over for Sunday and the party enjoyed an auto ride to Ontario during the afternoon. Sailors fl.OO to $4.00. Children's nets 50 cents to $2.50 at Mrs. Jennings, Azusa. Miss Agnes Mairs, who has been spending the winter with Mrs. J. A. Enuis, left Tuesday for her home in Minnesota. This charming young lady will be much missed in the younger social set, where she has made, many warm friends. It was decided to charge only thirty- five cents for the reserved seats at the Covina Choral Union concert. Not that it is a cheap concert by any means but it is an introduction to the public. Thursday night. This coming Thursday, April 22. Music of Mendelssohn and Mozart by the Choral Union. You don't have to be musically educated to enjoy this. The best music is the most enjoyable. Reserved sents 35 cents at Nash's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Paul 0. Tape of Chicago will be guests tomorrow of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moffatt. Mr. Tape is a prominent architect and a former Chicago friend of Mr. Moffatt. One good wagon with good rack and dump boards. Reasonable price. Phone 59.-. y - -"• ... '.'. Mrs. Mary Tat urn entertained Tuesday with an informal but delightful evening at "500." Those present were the' Misses Anna and Charlotte TTerron, Mr. and Mrs. (•!, N. At\vo;»d, Mrs Bos- eher, Messrs. Koh Wnlknr, Goo. Clarke rind A. W. Pooley. The hostess served delicious refreshments with charming southern hospitality. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Douglass and Miss Lilian Douglass were invited guests tit the wedding in Pasadena Wednesday evening of Miss Edith Simonds and Dr. Bennett of Boston. Simons and Dr. Bennett of Boston. college friends at La Salic Seminery, Boston. The pretty new bungalow home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wilson on W. Center street was the scene of a happy reunion of lady friends of Mrs. Wilson of old San Diego days. A delicious seven-course luncheon was 'served at noon, the hostess being assisted by Mr«. J. D. Moffatt. The, decorations were in a scheme, of yellow and white, a profusion of yellow marguerites, poppir-s and orange blossoms being used. The guests worn Mines. Hammond of San Diego, Doyle of Riverside, Kimball of Hollywood, Works, Crosier, Guy.si, Mitchell, Nichols, Kpen.vr and Hooker of I Los Ange'.es. MEN ONLY— Hoar Jones and Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Mrs. A. J. Wilkins and Miss Beatrice Wilkins of Highland are "JMting relatives in Covina. On Sunday morning lit the Episcopal clum-h they will attend the christening of two little cousins, Hilda Mary Matthews ;:;.'ri Winifred Beatrice tlniujcs, and will In godmothers for them. Mr. and Mrs. f!eo. Van Vliet 'ire rnonring the departure of their imt'ner, sister:-), and nephew, Mrs. Mary Van Vleit, the MinscH Martha and .Mabel and Charlie Van Vleit, who left, last Monday for their home at 1'raniee, Mo. They have spent, ji most enjoyable winter in Covina and hope to return at some future time. Mrs. P. I). Nash entertained twelve little girls last Friday, to eelebrate the I twelfth birthday of hci little naughter I Lrfa. A pleasant ai'teruoon v.as ^|ient | in playing games. Ket'resliiui i,>. s of! punch and wafers were served. I Mr-i. Lena Wells, widow of tip- late! Wiley Wells of Sant;.. Monica a;i<! her i friend, Miss HarrH,a noted nni-iea! en-, tiM'InJM-r, have been Maying at V 1 iidoine diii'ifig ||.e wee!;. Mr- •Al.il" here was llie yu<"-t ,,f Mi-, i'l at her ami o! her t/ ieuds. OUR Warner, Wftitsel & (o. Home's tiro(?ry Pomona Sanitary Laundry Hum, to Mr. ;iml Mr;. ,loc Hull, Tlmrsihiy, April Stli, n girl. Mrs. Join's of Alhfiinlirii was tlio Hurst Monday of Mrs. 11. N. Wells. Mr. Vin, l.oHiriok of T)onvpr niadr n flying trip Thursday to the home o!' his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Lcehrick. Mrs. J. C. Itutchinsnn and childron were guests this week of Airs. W. VV. Xash. Buy a smoke of W. A. Layman & Son arid win an Elgin gold watch worth $25. It MEN ONLY—Hear .Tones and Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. MEN ONLY—Hear Jones and Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Clarence Mencfcc of Los Angeles spent a lew days of this week with friends, Mrs. John Coolmnn and Mrs. E. G. Prather. Mrs. Jessie Taylor, sister of W. H. McLeod, is in Covina for a visit to her brother, after an extended stay in Hilo, H. T. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ononther, who fir- rived lately to settle in (Southern California, and have been visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. Geo. Hu/.zard, have located for the present in Los Angeles. Mrs. Geo. B. Seofield served a deli- eions dinner last (Sunday at which besides the immediate family, there were present Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Itarrett, all of LOH Angeles. Miss Pearl McKiralnin entertained with a delightful thimble party Thursday afternoon of last, week. Those who were able lo be present were Mines. ()'haver, Shearer, Geo. Stnrtevant, H. .1. Walton, and the Misses Kdwards, Kan- some, Lilian Douglass and Hlanchard. Dainty refreshments were served, Mr. George Griffiths haw returned from (Santa .Rosa, where he attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. M. K, Marshall, who died on Monday. The funeral was held on Tuesday, and was attended by many sorrowing friends and relatives. With the death df Mrs. Marshall comes the appraisement, and settlement of a vast estate.' The property is appraised approximately as being worth $1,750,000. Mrs. Mai-Khali leaves one daughter. As usual, "ladles' night" at the Covina Country Club on Thursday, Aurll lli'th, was a grand success. About fifty were present, Glendora, San Dlmtifi, A/.iisa and, of course, Covina, being fuliy represented. "500" was played, Miss Beatrice Wilkins winning the ladies' pri/e and Mr. E. G. Prather the gentlemen's. The refreshments were dainty and calculated to excite envy in the minds of non-members; unfortunately outsiders could not know what they missed. The sixty-third birthday of Mr. Jaeob BninjoH was celebrated with a surprise party by a merry crowd of affectionatf: ri"ij{hboi'H on Thursday evening. An interest ing program was enjoyed, in- eluding a German song by Miss Anna Model, in costume, with wooden slioen. Two "sweet: young kids" of seventy, who are always hoard with pleasure, Mr. ami Mrs. N\ D. Mussey, sang a vocal duet. The ref reshinents were coffee, cake, sandwiches, lemonade and wafers. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodges and son Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Talley and daughter Hnili, Mrs. Leech and Mr. Bennett. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CM,I, ANP T.IST VOfK I'KOl'KK'i'V Office with A. M. Pence, Reed Blk. COVINA, CAf,. FOR SALE OR TRADE - 80 of (inn nlfnlfa land on Suit Lnko R. R., nliio miles from Riveralrlo. Address A. II. Collins, Covina. Ciood mule tcnm for sale. 2400. CoviuH Transfer Co. "Mid Summer NiRbt*8 Dronm" Top Notch pastry. VV. W. & Co. Thoroughbred Cornish Indian Game. C. L. Smith, Azusa, Cai. tf Citrus nursery stock for sale. Call Home phone 3085. Money to loan on approved real estate. R. B. Bldwell, Glendora. 327 For Sole cheap—Choice lot on W. Bndillo. Inquire 110 West College, tf "TastiuR Makes It So" — Premier Blend ciotfee. The best coffee. VV. W. A Co. Water stock for sain — A few nhares of Columbia Lnnd ami Water stock for unlo. Apply ArRus office, Covina. 'Wanted—Experienced orango pick- rs at the Glomlora Citrus Association, Glendora, Cal. 4-17 Good horse, weight about 1400— ood live one, Hipglns Ranch. Phono 19. MTON ONLY—Hoar .TOUCH and Durcli Sunday at li:80 p.m. at. Presbyterian i'hurch. Barley hay for salo. Find wo liavo ew tons to spare-. Hlgglus Ranch, 'hono 119. FOR SALK--A row Valencia orange trees. Phone i:.l, Irwindale. G. T. Brown. tf FOR RENT—•FurnlBhod house of "i rooms, beginning May Ifi. M. 10. Clifford. 4-24 MEN ONLY—Hear Jones and Burch Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Church. For Sale or T ratio "-Second-hand & , Sad- It buggies Covina dlery Company. "Merry Wives o? WinilHor"— all should hftvo tiHcd Priirninr Blond ooft'co. W VV. & Co. If you have money in small u- tnonnt, 8100 and up, to In vest at oiKhl per oont por annum, seo J. II. Matthcwfj. Mrs. Ida Rittcnliouwi, room (J. First National Bank Blrl^. First class droHH making a I, rcaHonablo tf ae.-l Mr,. l Yhiii.Ml;; ;, •:> ho/ne on ;-.i abb- V'..'i-, jil-.-t .iig gla-i.i ;»IM| .1 /'. ,1 i-a I nil! . > (.•• ••!• nter .,1 1 Mr. ;n.,| M, '^nii! V Iilei M For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Did you see baby's photo from ('. VV. Tucker's Studio? tf For Sale—Loom: Alfalfa hay. L. M, \ Swallow, I'hoiK! JJIOH. it For Sab;—-VoKotabbi plants. '',\'i San Hornardino road, Covina. tf Cabbage arid tomatoes for Hale. Cuviiiit Floral NurbericH. 4-lHp Try it for dinner Top Notch pastry. W. W. it Co. C. VV. Tucker's Studio, Coviua, Cal. ft j For Halo Alfalfa buy. First | ran<;li sr;utli of wufili on J'uentf; Road. Frunk MorriH. Itp | For Half: - l'iuy i/iar*-, fj yt-ars (jbi. ; l''irst cbib.s wtirk animal. VV. I J ' VV'Httrt. tf i (-'aijba«" fdantiS for ball:. J''ivf:' f.'enth pt-r do/.. i < 'r(:.sli %nri\i-u vi-.^c. tubh:H. VV. M. McLt.-'id, (Jitnis -\vc. H;iy For Kale New alfalfa. .1. VV. Larrnei, foinn-i 1'ooh; nu.clj, VV'filiiiit Ccnif-r. tf hi-i'k .Miiiurf!!, V/t.if. .Miioica ;jn't MRS. .». VV/liOKJ.rjJt. "' I ' 'V|li (;.-,., .\.( : . i'.'iOIii; (O')-i What are you doing for the in your onmgo fjrovo? Mvor try a grooving knifo? '250 at Kellar- ThoniaHon Mf^. Co. tf Want- ...... Good orange grovo, Covina way, for flrio Pasadena, improved, or vacant with Home cuHh. Ii. H. Wior, (J Htanton Bklg., Pasadena. 4-10 For Halo or Runt Largo yiirdH with tihedN, on main ntrnot, Huitnliln for any wholesale luiHiiidHH. Argus ollloo. For Hale A few Nhareu of Coltim- l)ia Land arirl Water Htoclc. ArgiiH ollico, Covina. CahhatfG [ilantH fnr Halo, 10 ccinl.H per do/.eu or II down 'J5 oontH. A.sk for prices iii-.r 100 mid 1000. H. B. Milnor, I'JIJ I'J. Hun Bernardino road, tf Fi !//.( Je raid & Hurry of Pasadena IOHII money on runc.hoH and irnprov nd real ustato at lownwt current rutuf. Write or telophono them at Pasadena or cull up J. VV. PrentiHH, (Jovlnii phone '2i:i4, and ask to have a repro bentalive of the firm cull on you. tf WANTED If you want to Hell your ranch or trade for other property, Hut. with rrif-. Droji me a, line. GKO. VV. HKVVAHD, With Chaii. (). "'jodv/ln, ::0!) West First St.., J.OH AiiKte'.-H. 4-17 WHITE AND BLACK MIN'OfJCAH •AloHt [inditnble for both <;«KH and drtfjKed foultry. KKKH from fine pens hi:ud<:rl i/y pri/o winning mink. 81.00 per bdt.ting. We giuiriinti-.e more than Ifi pur c.enl fitrtiln. JO. i!, Miluor. ,'il^iHun JJcrnaniiti', road, tf RANTHKUS, WE (>FFER YOU A N' OJ'I'OKTI'XJTY TfJ SAVE .VfONICY:! 1 have for Kale a, (piaiiilty of s-.i'cond- | h;i!ii| harvi-..,ilng tooln, mowerx,, i ;i )'.<•:-;, j ],;a ,e:.,tei ;'., a||jir,j.t, an,lhi/i(' you li(-"i| )/i th!i lin': -Aliich <•.., n |,<- liad at tint- ' h:i.i ihi-lr ;<-al value. 'J de/ ;,,. : all In '• (•••ei.||[.|,i i-i'j,ali- aiid v.i-ii: pin (.|ia.."il i ;,':•/,• i,;/ n.': v, hen la: •i/;in:/ on i|,<. );;ld ! v. in Ian'! •/.' ;,. f ;]{)!• J. d if, j 'i'.i. \ '•>'•>. tf Co.inu, f .a!. 1 i! SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price The Man Who Receives $12 a Week for his services may not be able to get a raise in salary just at pcrsent, but he can make an effort to save a little from his weekly pay. One Dollar will open a Savings Account at this hank and additional sums may be (Uipospcd from time to time. This plan has started m;my wage earners on the road to a competence. Why not you? * The Covina National Bank Capital $5(1.000 S«***$«««««5«««S«W«««W«!«««««««««W^^ —FOK— Groceries, Vegetables, Berries, Fruit, and Crockery —COM 13 TO— HORNE'S GROCERY QUICK SKKVICK — UTCST GOODS - RKASONABLK PRICKS. Phone 4.? Covina Livery Stables J. J. FitzOerald, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged Ifornc Phone 30 KOH. Phone 1024 I : <: ft take** a good deal of Machinery to run your ranch, doesn't it? Something need fixing? That's what we do-- WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. KstirnateH furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-TIIOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office, opposite H. J'. l)c.\i:,i li'diic I'lioiit: 2H'> Coviiiii, C.il. I. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mecinnics and the !>.;it equip;iu:nl w •. e:ui do your work in the iuo-,1 workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at a reasonable co-,t to you. We ,il ,o r;irry a liiu Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you arc thinking of pur''ha^iiig a vehicle o, .my kind we in vile you to call and look over our lim: and talk the matter ovi.-r. W will guarantee you a 5 <|iian; deal and save you a few dollar^ besides

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