Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 12
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 12

Covina, California
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Saturday, May 1, 1909
Page 12
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2 I 1 i ? Y V i i :: i ! You Must Admit that Cummings is the man who makes ice cream better than is made in any other town. If you eat ice cream, eat ice cream, and don't eat ice cream that's not ice cream. His candies simply melt in your mouth (even in cold weather), and talk about tamales! well, I guess he's got 'em. They're the kind that make you remember the place and the maker. Don't juggle that dime in your pocket any longer, but follow the people whose tastes are educated, and go to 'fone 42. Cummings' Confectionery" 103 North Citrus »»:^ X^X'-X^X^X^X-X-X-X'* X» <<K«XK«X"X~XK"XK"X"X«X~X M X*' _ _ ••» DAINTIEST OF Confections AND DAINTY GIRLS TO SERVE THEM. v For the summer thirst try om- cold drinks. Tables for ladies and gentlemen. ICE CREAM AND ICES. THE Palace of Sweets CATERER TO COVINA A I ! ! ? i * : f ! ! ? * 1 '•!• <«XKK"X*'X*<"X**'X"XK«X«X"X«X* Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL. "We carry ;t full line of Builders' Hardware out- Tools and Cutlery are from the best manuf;u-turors See our Stoves, Heaters and Ranges of every description Washing Machines end Hsuse Furnishings Painters' Supplies Wire Matting and Pottery DENIES INSANITY. Covina Woman A«k« for Jury Trial to Fight Incarceration on Thl« Charge. Before Judj?e Jajneu In the Insanity department, of the Superior court of LOB Angeles county Wednesday, the ease of Mrs. William Dewlaney of- Covina carne up for examination. Mr«. Dewlanny waH questioned carefully by the insanity commission. On her demand a jury trial wa« ordered, to be empaneled and to sit on Tuesday of next week, when the matter win be thoroughly thrashed out. Mrs. Dewlaney Is tho third wife of William Dewlaney, and has brought charges against her husband which appear in the testimony regarding her sanity. Several persons In Covina are involved as witnesses in the matter. Mrs. Dewlaney stoutly denies tho allegation that she Is insane and will flght the matter In the courts. Her husband has figured prominently in divorce trials . Two Residents of Covina Suffer Fractures in Accidents. While practising for the high jump af. the high school grounds this week, Klmci N'igg, one of the l>f>Ht. ai.hl»:tea In thf-Hchool. fell stud broke his arm. The unfortunate accident deprives the school of ;i first-clasH contestant for the pri/.e.s tomorrow, but others are making a hard try for tho place. Xigg is Htill attending school and the broken member is getting along very nicely. Mrs, Augustus Malono of Tlov/ard street, while engaged In papering one of the rooms of her home on Tue.H- dfiy, fell from the scaffold and broke her arm. The fracture IK a serious one and will inconvenience Mrs. Mn- lone for Home time to come. Mrs. Malone also suffered iierious injuries to ,ier shoulder and bruises a!>ont the bod;-. Line Trouble. Serious trouble lias been met with by the Oovina Homo Telephone Company this week in its service between Oendora, A'/usa and Covina. The lines between these towns suffered a bad breakdown at the corner of Citrus avenue and Gladstone street early In the week. Manager Wright placed, every repair man in hla employ at work on the trouble and later called out extra assistance, which resulted in getting the lines at work by Thursday evening, i-jvory possible manner of expediting the repairs was taken by the company, and the telephone service was placed In good condition after having been placed out of commission for three days. ~> The Safe and Reliable l^nel Drugs and Stationery PATRONIZE OUR Fountain "Aren't You Thirsty?" Our Syrups and Crushed Fruits are Fresh and Pure dbristopber's Ice Cream Is Unexcelled We are prepared to furnish this exceptionally fine quality cream in any quantities, either plain or brick, on short notice. Why use inferior goods? BUY THE BEST. Monday Afternoon Club. A pleasant afternoon was spent Monday by members of the Monday Afternoon Club, it being the occasion of the annual club tea, with Miss Anna llerron as hostess. There was an Informal discussion of various amendments to the bylaws of the organi/ation, and also of tho program for next year. The ladles present voted unanimously lu favor of household economics, current events and Shakespeare, svith other subjects to he added later by tho program committee. Mrs. (». N. At wood received a generous response to an appeal for contributions to the Los Angeles orphans' home fund. l«'or next Monday Mrs. Ciago lias prepared (l splendid current events program, which will include papers by Mrs. (lago, on science; Miss Anna llerron, literature; Mrs. I, I. Cook, politics; Miss Doyle, education; Mrs. Stevens, religion; Mrs (Iriswold, social economics. The musical numbers will include a piano solo by Miss Charlotte llerron, and a vocal solo by Mrs. \Vhitnel. A straw vote will be taken for next year's president. The Best Pasture in Southern California. i We have the best pasture in South- ! i i'1'u California. Xow open for a limit- ; I eil number of stock. Running water. j all near. H»>tter get your stock in ' soon as possible. Kur terms, etc., ! plume or write ' Iliugins Farm and Ranch, ! I.. H. ttfggins. .Maniu'er. i Phone I !!». I PS. We have had only our own I stock on pasture for past two years. Nearly all suld out, ami pasture is in 1 Hue fix. L. H. R. Gentlemen: This has been a good conservative, money-making se?<on for the orange rancher. It has been a good season, a fairly good season for us all. What we need is more good, conservative seasons, only better than the last. With us you can save money, for we know your needs. Spend money with me to good advantage. Place order for !•'< >K SAI.K v t-.,- v Val.'iu ia orange •ees. Pltciic !,'!. 11 u iti<laK-. (i. T. iv\vn. if 1" •••-iM .M/f i.'ra!iai» rv.i. I.ev> and .;l''.M c;> "\.-.i '.i -ii::! ' l-i did." i'. fur'ii:;! -,i l_r.ii!,.- |,||il.!(..•>•> Vll,- >/eii. Saturd.i-. <>i:!.-. .1. K H-.>rhe. PLUMBING Place Your Orders For REFRIGERATORS Gas Ranges Several Makes Thanking you for past Courtesies, I am F. H. FABRICK HARDWARE

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