Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 24, 1909 · Page 5
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(local Events, V> ^^TV—— See Hull's 10 cent counter. Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf Real coffee— Premier Blend. Warner, Whitsel & Co. E. P. Hull's for Perfection oil stoves, "A§ You Like It"— Premier Blend coffee. W. W. & Co. Don't forget the cafeteria supper on May 1. Mrs. J. E. Heath spent Tuesday and Wednesday with friends In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins have bought a new four-cylinder five-passenger touring oar. Eat and grow fat. Come to the cafeteria at High School on May Day, from 5 to 8 p.m. "Believe me," no o.ofFee is as good as Premier Blend. W. W. & Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bell of Pasadena were visiting friends in Covina on Easter Sunday. Miss Louise Poraeroy has returned from Redondo, where she has been visiting friends. Come! Come to the cafeteria supper at High School on May 1. 5 to 8 p.m. Come to the High School on May 1 and eat what you pay for, and pay for wnat you eat. A cafeteria supper. Surprise your stomach and eat something cooked by someone else. Cafeteria supper at High School from 5 to 8 p.m. May 1. Mrs. John Wilkins returned on Monday morning with her granddaughter Beatrice to Highland, where she will make a long visit. Mrs. Matt Chilton spent Tuesday Wednesday at Long Beach with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snow and family, old friends of Chickasha, Oklahoma. Mrs. Shehan and two daughters, who have been spending five weeks at the Chilton home, left this week for their home in Topeka, Kan. See A. Warner for insurance. Pour No. 1 companies to choose from — terms as low as any responsible company. You will be treated right. Found— A sure cure for hunger. The cafeteria supper, to be given at High School on May 1, from 5 to 8 p. m. for benefit of Cardinal. Happy thot — Cardinal cafeteria supper at High School on May 1. Good grub can be obtained at High School on May 1. 5 to 8 p.m. Mr. C.' W. Jackman and wife are called East on account of the death of a near relative. They hope to return to Covina in the near future. Cleve Cushman ,with his wife and two children, has arrived from Longmont, Colorado, to make a long visit with his mother, Mrs. Fanny Cushman. Mrs. Sarah Stearns of San Francisco, 'who have been visiting for the past two months with relatives, the Cooks, Prathers and Clapps, will return north early in the week. jo aoaaj -jv 'V 05 'saiaSuy 8 °T 'XuBdiuoo XHI-ITJOOIV aqi jo X;jodojd air; 'SIIUOAB UUJAOO no puEi pOAOJdiuiiin jo BOJOT; 03 J° 8188 ain fqjodaj sp[ouXoy auiojof Mrs, D. E. Huff has been entertaining this week her aunt, Mrs. Ella Robb, of Lima, Ohio. Mrs. Robb at present is making Los Angeles her home. She came out especially to Covina to attend the oratorio. Guests at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Spencer, of W. Center street, this week were Mrs. J. H. Narrarnore of San Bernardino and Mrs. E. A. Timmons of Los Angeles. Both ladies are sisters of Mr. Spencer. Mrs. H. F. Chandler of Boston, who has been spending the winter in Cn- vina with relatives, will leave early next week for her eastern home. She will be accompanied by her cousin, Mias Abbie Cook, who will remain for several months in hie East. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. White, Miss Osa White, Miss Vina Deardorf, Mrs. Derius Overboil/-.?- r and Mr. and Mrs. Moso-s Deardorf formed a picnic party to Mt. Lowe on last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larick of LOMK Beach spent Sunday in Covina thf; of the'r son, Walter. See the flreless cooker at Hull's, tf Mrs. L. M. Jefferies of Loa Angeles was a visitor hi Covina last Sunday. Miss Marietta Sexton of Santa Barbara was the guest over Sunday of Mrs. C. H. Beattie. Come and get yourself full at the supper to be given at High School on May 1. 5 to 8 p.m. The "five hundred" club were entertained last evening by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Griswold. Miss Jtonetta Vance, a returned missionary from India, is visiting Mrs. J. H. Vandervort. A splendid hat box given with each hat sold for $5 or over at Mrs. Jen- nlng's, Azusa. 5-1 1 (inner gu'-.sis this wtff-k at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Colt.rin v,.'i> : : 01: Monday ocniii;.'. Mr. ami Mrs. H. L. Sp'-M'i-r. ftiid u.i- I'oniifi .-. aizit-i .s. Mrs. Kile;, Tiii.d.i.ns c<\ l.o:; A.'i.^eles. isi.il Mrs. J;iLi-- /,";: n 'i.'i.i.n- of Arizona; 0:1 \Vciliii.-.silay, Mr. a.'.i! Ml'-s. .1. M. .S';j.i.ton ami f-.mi!y, Ml a:;<i Mrs. Math'-'A M.i:;,<-y ^U l:uj.;:y and .Mr. Hri.d'.-rooi; ii.-uiii. The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian Church met Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Sherer. Holy Trinity Church Guild met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fannie Cushman. Mrs. Belle Harris is visiting her children, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris and Chas. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Church of Pasadena were luncheon guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Warren. The Young Ladies' Needle Club was pleasantly entertained yesterday afternoon by Miss Maude Edwards. Prof, and Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Long Beach were dinner guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watts. The Farmers' Club will meet this (Saturday) afternoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cooper. Mr. .and Mrs. Elmer Williams of Los Ajigeles spent Sunday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Houser. Mrs. A. J. Wilkins of Highland was the guest Thursday and Friday of relatives, having come to attend her uncle's funeral. Miss Anna Clark spent the week end with her cousins, the Misses Elliott, and attended the class play last Friday evening. "A change of pasture is good for growth." So relieve your wives and bring them to the supper on May 1 at High School. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. MacDonald went to Compton on Tuesday to attend the funeral of a cousin, Arthur MacDonald. Mr. and Mrs. F. Nlll, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. White and Mrs. Eulalie Overholtzer were dinner guests yesterday of Mrs. B. L. King. Mrs. Linzee and Miss Gertrude Skiner of DeQuoin, 111., were luncheon guests last Friday of Mines. Plant and Jennings. Mrs. W. H. Schn.ffer has returned from Weldon, Iowa, where she has been spending the winter with her lately widowed mother. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Aschenbrenner and the latter's sister, Miss Sherman, were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Newcombe of Seattle, who have been visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Frank Snodgrass, left this week and are located in Los Angeles. The Sunday-school of the Christian Church are holding their annual picnic today at Walnut Grove, south of Baranca street. There were 2f>0 members of the Sunday-school present last Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Heath celebrated her birthday Thursday evening by entertaining the boys who are her loving care in the Christian Church Sunday- school. There were twenty present and a delightful evening was spent with games, music, and refreshments. The I. O. O. F. special will leave the Pacific Klectric depot at. 7:150 Monday morning and will stop anywhere as far west as Baldwin Park for those wearing badges. The round trip fare will be $1.10. Tickets will be good returning on any car Monday. Special leaves Long Beach at, 11 p. m. for Covina. The Geo. K. Covert Co. thin v/ei k exchanged the ten-acre orange grove on Gladstone avenue owned by C. • H. Converse to II. H. Holt of Los Angeles for t.fn acres of land located be- twwen Irwindale and Vincent avenues. Mr. Holt paid a difference of $9,UOu. The grove is seven acre* of Valencias and three acres navels five years old and has a heavy crop. The ten acri H at Irwindale i.s wet. to walnuts. A family party of fifteen, including Mr. .'<-an Grinwold and link- daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Hlnckley of I.OH | Ai :.'c!e.-,. tilled the three touring cars of Messrs. T. I 1 '. Gri.-iV.okl. W. M. Gn.-i^old and Kiliott. and enjoyed i l .e iii.l" :,i«t Sunday to Kedlai.il.-, a.-i'l ! .Sinil'-v Hei^ht-s. The latter h-auty • hj'ot. i.-. at iij; hest rigr-l now. ,'.,(!: its I v. ond'-r!'ul l.a Fran' e and fioid 01' I f 'i.' ri'ikee and IVri v, inkl<-, and i/i'(o:.i.-:. ' ./r .-.: r . 'i i:.iiu;n':r,ib;e. OUR Warner, WHtsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry Mr. and Mrs. Belser of Bellefon- talne, Iowa, who have ben spending the winter at the B. L. King home, left this week for the East. The first annual concert of the Christian Sunday-school orchestra will be given on Friday evening, April 30, in the Christian Church. Admission free. All are invited to attend. Say, you married men, come and bring your wives and children to the cafeteria supper for a change on May L from 5 to 8 p. m. (benefit of Cardinal). Miss Marie Thompson will leave on Sunday for Los Angeles, where she will meet relatives from Kentucky and travel with.them (o her home at Ventura for a long vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hunt entertained with a luncheon last Saturday at which the guests were Dr. Martin and Prof. Hoggatt, Rev. and Mrs. Conley awl Miss Lena Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dalin will leave on Monday to spend the summer at their eastern home, Ashtabula, Ohio. Their two sons will remain hero with their cousin, Miss Anderson. The members of the Covina Choral Union are informed that there will be no meeting this coming week, owing to an understanding arranged by the board of directors. Plans for further work will be discussed at a meeting in the near future. Change of S. P. Trains. A new time schedule has gone into effect on the Southern Pacific: West bound—7:50 a. m., 5:40 p. m.; east bound—9:04 a. m., 6:25 p. m. LOST—On Wednesday, between First street and Johnson & Nigg's blacksmith shop, a bandbox containing two hats. Apply to Wells Fargo office. Bakery Firm Quits Business. The firm of Stevens Bros., bakers, have closed their doors. They quit business for the reason that the present high price of flour and the close and keen competition prevailing, they are unable to make a living profit. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity—St. Marks Day and Second Sunday after Easter: Holy Communion 7:30 a.m. Sunday-school 9:40 a.m. Morning Prayer 11 a.m. Subject, "The Power of the Resurrcc- ject, "Natural Immortality." Worship at the Baptist Church: Bible-school 9:4.") u.m. Preaching 11 a.m. by the pastor. Junior ',', p.m. B. Y. P. II. 6:30 p.m. No preaching services at the Baptist Church Sunday evening as the church goes to the Presbyterian Church to the JoneH and Burch union meeting". THE GREAT RIGGINS LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE. Ono of the most, important, events in the development, and history of ('o- vina will be the great auction sale of over $20,000 worth of livestock on the Klggins Ranch on Tuesday, April 27th. Thin stock consists of milieu, mares and colts. At. the expense of several thousand dollars tills slock has been taken care ol and acclimated uni.il today they are in it lli)(5 fix. A gentleman who has been connected with the stock business In Southern California for it quarter of a century said, "I visited tin: KiggiiiB Kanch a few days ago and was very much surprised at the high grade of st.ock shown on that ranch, especially the man-s an<! colts. There are mares on that ranch which, because of their high breeding, would Hell where high bred Mock is appreciated for $",00 each. They are clean- limbed, have a kindly head, and it re graceful movers." Of this stock Mr. UigKins said, "My hind has become i too valuable and th<- demand for pas- Iturage on my ranch no great that 1 have determined t.o '(nit the block business and Hell out all I h;tv<: at. auction and open the pi.Mure to the public and will likely put about "OO acres 01 it.e ranch on the mark' i for or- ange.i and p-mo.;.-;. If the people waul iii buy Mock valuable tor all round v.oik i.i.i.i is :i i ;u <• oppo.'! unity " The ind' :>.tioii.-, i.'.v, join' to ;> I/);/ < ro t. il a' tjii; .-,>!<• lr<,i/j ail o.<-i i ne «^<••^«^<«>•^.^•H.*^ Have You Visited That New i Jewelry Store Yet ? ? ? j I F YOU HAVEN'T, COME IN, BUT FIRST TAKE a good long "rubber" at the window display. Every piece of jewelry is new and fresh, within the reach of your pocket book. K«rnembcr to wipe the cobwebs off that watch, clock or alarm clock, which you have been saving, and bring it along. Any silverware you want your initials on? If so just drop that in your side pocket or shopping bag and it will come to. TSe finest watchmaking and engraving in town l its home here, and, what's more, every piece of work, no matter how delicate, is absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction and you know what, that means when said by a reliable jeweler and watchmaker. 1 i Watch This Space Next Week FINCH'S JEWELRY STORE «:~x M x«x<^«:^ Mrs. Ratekln Surprised. A pleasant surprise was prepared Thursday afternoon by some of her most Intimate frlenda, for Mra. L. L. Ratekln, who ban boon shut in for ao long by the serious illness of her (laughter Gladys, by inflammatory rheumatism. The enjoyment of the afternoon was enhanced by the knowledge that Miss Ratokln is rapidly regaining her health. Those present were: Mines. Atwood, AHchonbronnor, Ha,/- xa.nl, Griswold, L. llttrrln, Belle Harris, Crook, Pnithcr, Burpee, (liven, Kerckhoff, Rued, Plant, Jennings, IClllott, Lelghlon, Relchard, Misses Hawks and Herron. An up-to-date supper Is to be served at the High School on May Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gilford and Miss Nettle Clifford, parents and sister of Mrn. VV. Merwln, spent the week end at the Merwln home. Mr. and Mrs. II, 10. Van Jlousen of Salt Lake wen; guests Sunday ami Monday of Mr. and ,Mrn. Geo. B. Sco- Held. Mr. Van Uousen In division superintendent of the eastern division o 1 ' the Salt Lake railroad. SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price $20,OOO TO LOAN in HIIIIIH of *.iOO.(X) upon clear improved real c.slate at 7 \w.t cent for one to 4 years privilege to pay J.500.00 at any iiitercHt paying date or all any time without bonus. I buy tniot <ICIM|K and mortgages. At 130 Kant I'uciiU: St. except Monday* and Thursdays. I'lioiu: l'J4. OSCAR MIMJCK. Cbc Ibcart of or UHoman J, L ?, }, U ?, 1, ?, ?, /» if. if if r* .» »> if it leans towards the possession of neat and artistic Jetfclry. And both can find attractive Jertelry here to "their heart;;' content." We haOe the latest noOelties as rtell as the standard articles, such as Gold and SilOer Watches, Wedding, Cam and Signet Kings, Chains and Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, bar- rings, Brooches, Studs, Links, Stick Pins, Etc., Etc. Govina 3-cweln> Company /ID. tClviflbt, Hen to C. '1X1. CuJ.ot'- GtuOio Z-tvemie

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