Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 15, 1909 · Page 5
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local Events, See Hull's 10 cent counter. Win. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf E. P. Hull's for Perfection oil stoves. Kodaks and supplies for sale at C. W. Tucker's studio. Eastman regulates priced. tf Mrs. M. Fisher has been suffering this week with a severe attack of ton- silitis. Dr. Martin and tyr. Hoggatt were dinner guests Tuesday evening of the Rev. and Mrs. Conley. The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity Church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G, N. Atwood. For Sale — Fine young team of lightweight mules. Good for delivery purposes. Call Home Phone 3070. Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Pence are comfortably settled in their cottage on Center and Citrus. Mrs. W. H. Matthews and family left Wednesday morning for Catallna, Mr. Matthews having preceded them by a few days. Mrs. R. C. Pollard returned yesterday from the California Hospital. where she underwent a serious operation successfully. The ground has been broken on W. Cottage Drive for a new home for the Jones family, who art at present located on Orange street. J. W. Fallowell and family have moved to the La Fetra ranch, Glendora, where Mr. Fallowell has accepted a position as foreman. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gardiner and Miss Lotta Fruitt of El Paso, Texas, have been spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ferrell and Mrs. Gilmore. Mrs. John Wilkins returned on Tuesday evening from Highland, where she has been visiting for a month at the home of her son, A. J. Wilkins. The Rev. and Mrs. Harry White and sons, Horace and Reginald, were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Tripp in their pretty new bungalow. Mrs. Jasper Baker and children of Glendora and Mrs. Hugh Armel and l?aby of Prospect Park were week end guests of their mother, Mrs. -H. Grouse. The Epworth League of the M. E. Church will give an excellent program of orchestra and other numbers Sunday evening, and the officers for the ensuing year will be installed. Mrs. W. M. Whitsel represented the Monday Afternoon Club at the Glendale reciprocity meeting on Tuesday and spent Wednesday in Whittier with her mother, Mrs. Osborne. We desire to extend to our friends and neighbors our sincere thanks for their many acts of kindness during the recent days of sorrow In out 1 home. D. P. Blsbee and family. C. W. Potter Is In San Francisco this week as a representative to the Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F., from Covina. Mrs. George W. Coolman also went north as a delegate from Covina Rebekah lodge. The congregation of the Christian Church had the pleasure of again hearing Dr. Martin and Prof. Hoggatt on Tuesday evening, when a stirring address was given by the former to a packed audience. Mr. and Mrs. Wedgwood, Mr. and Mrs. Benton, Mrs. J. Coolrnan and Miss Annette Crawford enjoyed the hospitality of Eastlake Chapter, O. K. S., last Saturday at an all-day picnic in Echo Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ennis rind Miss Pomeroy left last Wednesday for their summer home in Minnesota. Mrs. K. G. Clapp of I.os . Angeles will occupy their homo on Second street during their absence. Mrs. L. Thome and her son, Win. Thome, left today for HUH! ings, Minn., where they will spend three months with .Mrs. Thome's only surviving brother, Mr. Wm. PriiiKlv!, and at eastern and northern points. Mr. arid Mrs. W. G. Scott and father, Mr. H. H. Scott, who have bf-en spending the winter in Covina, left yesterday for their home, in Centerville, Kansas. Mr. Scott, .Jr., has a larp,e ram-h of 400 acres at < Vnterv ilk-, lie visited Co 1 , ina for tin: first time soiae 11 us siriier-in-Hiw, M1.-.S who ai-rdiii [jitli'ied t''e e.-,ent 1 i'iji, ,vili i'-::iaii,. il t lie |j(<.-:ition its a ti.e J-'ii'.-i Naijonal four yt ars ago. Alilia SoiliCI n, family < n ti.e p li«i\i!Ji< !!''•,-;,( tx.okk- • j.er i •Hank. K.iell ai:d ;' fr«,iu rph::'.d Sui.d.iy <'> M.ii' !«-..,[ i: >-s. Mr. ai.i! Alr.i. V.'iii \V>r'h. wi.o jui];.--<l them in an auto trip to l.o.s Aiig^i...,. st sc I .a i t> years you.-a;. of the c'niipji y sang "The ii 'Mvird Wafrh." See the tireless cooker at Hull's, tf Lawn mowers sharpened and nd justed. W. S. Siciea. lip Mrs. J. L. Moon of Los Angeles Is violtlng her friend, Mrs. S. L. Trueblood. | Mrs. Jennings, milliner, Axusa, has a line of new braid bonnets for children. It , Mrs. Jennings, the Azusa milliner, j makes hats to order. Also, old hats made over. It Mrs. F. J. Cline attended the wedding in Los Angeles of her brother, C. M.. Rosenthal, on Tuesday. Miss Sarah Fletcher of Redlamls is visiting at the home of her brother, the Rev. A. Fletcher. Miss Effle Houser, who was hurt last Week In a runaway accident, is recovering nicely. Elmer Williams of Los Angeles was a visitor Saturday at the home of his uncle, H. M. Houser. Miss Hilda Mariot of Oumnock Hall, Los Angeles, is visiting her schoolmate, Miss Captola Houser. Mrs. P. E. Sallee of San Gabriel was the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Groover. Miss Mamie Cook and her cousin, Mrs. Chandler, have been enjoying a few days at Long Beach. Mrs. J. L. Miner and Miss Moser of Upland were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wyeth. Mrs. W. A. Young of Imperial, with her little son, spent Sunday with her brother, Dr. D. G. Jennings. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church had a busy session on Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. C. E. Crawford is having great fun with their new Reo automobile, and proving quite an expert driver. Mr. Everett Blanchard has returned for the summer holidays from Holtville, where he is principal of the grammar school. Mr. and Mrs. Detz and daughter of Los Angeles and Mrs. Heading of Pizrno Beach spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Houser. • Cummings furnished the ice cream for the party given yesterday by the three primary grades of the Covina grammar school. It Mrs. H. Cass and little daughter left last Saturday for Arizona, where they will visit the former's sisters. Mrs. Cass's friends hope that the change will improve her" health. ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kuns returned Saturday evening from a delightful business and pleasure trip along the coast by auto to Santa Ynez. Mr. and Mrs. A. Carnahan and son Paxton attended the funeral of Mr. Lelioy Allen at Alhambra on Thursday. Mr. Allen was formerly a resident of Covina, An auto party entertained yesterday afternoon at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffiths consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. Leland of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Murdock MacDonald and daughter Miss Marie of Compton spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. AV. MacDonald, and Monday with Mrs. M. Fisher. Guests on Monday last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Griffiths were Mr. and Mrs. Miller and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pollard and children, all of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Blfinkenship and daughter Bernice of Glendora. t Masters Robert Broadwell, Paul Taylor, Percy Atwood and Jack Clarke attended the 1 diocesan Sunday- school rally in Simpson's auditorium, Los Angeles, last Sunday afternoon, T^oy worn accompanied by Mrs. ,1. D. Moffatt and Miss Anna Herron. A grand reunion of schoolmates and playmates was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. I). Mu.sHey on Thursday last, when a party of old acpuaint- ancr;s came out from LOB Angeles and had a basket picnic, nearly all of the party having lived in the earlier days at Romeo and Utica, Michigan, I he former homes of the host and hostess. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H. I'. Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Loud, ami grandson, Master Daniel McKay, Mrs. Helen Stead ami Mrs. J. L. Merry, all of Los Anjrole.s, Mr. and Mrs. John Marnrfen of Highland I'ark, Mr. ami Mrs. F. 10. Scott and Miss Helen Harting of Horneo, Mich., Miss l''iorei.re M. Meek oi Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. K. F. Iiotc-hH ,B of Covina, i making with the host. a*.a noHt^nK sixteen thai. K U down to lunch. All bin (three were past .sixty, and OUR AW: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary laundry ^ E. P. HULL DEALER IN and Second-Hand FURNITURE Queensware, Granite and Tinware Cash paid for Second-Hand Fnrnittre Tucker takes the right expression at the right prices. tf Seo those 2G-piece silver sets that will wear a lifetime, at Covina Jewelry Co.'s store. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Snyder of Coachella arrived Wednesday on a visit to the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Overholtzer. Mrs. B. L. King and little daughter Dorothy and Mrs. J. M. Smith and little daughter Eva have left today for their old homes in the state of Ohio, the former at Kenton and the latter at Ada. Mrs. C. O. Glover was removed to the Sisters' Hospital, Los Angeles, this week to undergo an operation for the removal of a tumor from which she has been a sufferer for several years. Hevet a I At the ,y, .\!r. ep Old Other- is 1 jent Mi For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. FOR SALE OR TRADE—80 acres of fine alfalfa land on Salt Lake K. R., nine miles from Riverside. Address A. H. Collins, Covina. See Hull's 10 cent counter. FOR SALE—Second cut alfalfa. Hurst Ranch. Phone 166. Thoroughbred Cornish Indian Game. C. L. Smith, Azusa, Gal. tf We cut and polish turquoise and moon atones. M. Wright. b Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- dor, Covina. tf For Hale cheap—Choice lot on W. Badillo. Inquire 110 West College, tf Water stock for sale — A few shares of Columbia Land and Water stock for sale. Apply Argus office, Covina, For Sale—A few shares of Columbia Laud and Water stock. Argus ofllce, Covina. Cabbage plants for sale. Five cents per do/,. Fresh garden vegetables. W. H. WcLond, Citrus Avo. Hay For Halo- -Now alfalfa. .1. W. Larmer, former Poole ranch, Walnut, Center, tf If you have money in small amount, 8100 and up, to invest at eight per cent per annum, see J. 11. Mattbewfl. If you have money in small amounts, in $100 and up to invest at eight per cent per annum see .J. II. \ Matthews. ! Mrs. Ida liittenhouse, room 0, Kirst. National Hank Uldg, First class dress making at reasonable prices. If What are yon doing for the "gum dim-line" in your orange ({rove? Kvcr try a grooving knife? '2fjo at Kellar Thonmson Mfg. (Jo. tf i For Kale -Span of five year old mare, mules, weight yi<70; also wagon and harness, fan be seen on Ka.-it Center, near CitniH avenue. I'hone liOO. tf Armstrong's Covina NurseriuH have procured iifJOO Valencia and navel orange trecc, first clans stock, Any one wishing to buy same should call 1'Jfj lor lui ther inJormati'.n. WfHTK AND HLACK MiNOKCAH Most profitable for both eggh and ilreshtd poultry. Kggs from fine j.cns beaded by pri/e winning cock. il.OIJ per netting. We guarantee more than T.'J per cent, fertile. 10. U. r. '11- Han l'ji:itiiii dii.o road. If l-'OIl .-':.•. I.K 10 i.u re., ot ;'ood at FINCH'S Jewelry Store when your watch or clock won't run and hell fix it for you, and if you have time, let him solder that broken ring that's been pinching your finger for a week. LOOK! (For Graduation Time is Near) and see a fine selection of watches, (including the famous E. Howard movements) lockets, rings, bracelets, and everything nice for a graduation gift. Nothing but the best class of goods handled at FINCH'S JEWELRY STORE. LISTEN! to what Finch has done. He has stocked the largest assortment of Rogers 1847 triple plated silverware in town. Anything in Rogers silverware can be found in his store. Also he has doubled up his other stock in every line of jewelry, thus giving the people of Covina a chance to buy watches, jewelry, etc., from an assortment of goods at reasonable prices, which heretofore they have not had. FINCH The Graduate Jeweler and Watchmaker 103 N. Citrus Avenue (Cummings' Confectionery) Phone 42 ^M^l^jH^M^^M^^^^h^M^l^^gM^^^^j^^ Mower and rake for sale. Phono 3085. tf FOR SALE—Wall tent mi.5. «•• Jerome Reynolds. For Sale—A family horse, harness and top buggy, $60. Inquire at post- office, Charter Oak. 5-lR Gasoline stoves cleaned and repaired. All groves tried before leaving shop. W. S. Sides. Up FOR SALE—Our 10-acro ornngo ranch for sule. Price $20,000. With Valencia crop, $21,X.'!Xi;j. No trade. One-half cash. S. R. HKADUSY, it Cypress Avenue. Wo are prepared to furnish % Ib tip top berry baskets; also shook for all kinds of fruit boxes and crates; largo or smull quantities, at right prices. Call or address Mtiltuomah Lumber and Box (Jo., at Pomona, Home Phone 4im. 5-2!) OWNER'S ATTENTION. If yon have- any real estate In exchange- for Pasadena property, list It with mo, giving full details In first hitter of what you have and what you want, E. W. SMITH, With R O. Kendall Co., l'aHiidena,.Cal Mny W SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Pric»; $2O,OOO TO LOAN in HUIIIH of $300.00 upon clcur improved real uHlulc at 7 per cent for orm to 4 yearn privilege to pay $5)00.00 at any intercut paying date or all any limit whlioul lioniiH. I buy trust decdn and morli/a^cs. At 130 ICahl i'ucnlc St. cx<:cpl MondayH and TliursdayH. I'honc I'M. OHCAK MILI<K,K. Careful mg on all Watches and Clocks The most delicate mechanism will be handled with expert skill. Ever/ watch needs cleaning and regulating once in a while to keep it in first class condition. WE CUARANTKr. OUK WORK TO WK TIIK IJKST. We also cut and polish turquoise, moonstones and other precious stones. See samples in our windows, Our prices are attractively moderate, COVINA JEWELRY COMPANY . to f ; ::d a iiiore j> :; hard '-.'I'-j, ! .veil, 'ai;. ,j.-> any. '< ( !' • .'jii':. v.M.'.'.ul v. i-.ter, lj.it '/.ater ;.;-.<). f'ii"c 4 I'-'.h i. l-'i ij.-.t I'.-. •; ••: A. V.'ai lie: 1 . Next to Tucker's Studio, Citrus Avenue M. Wright, Manager

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