Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 22, 1909 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, May 22, 1909
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(local Events. See fetull's 10 cent counter. Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf Supplies for Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines at Hull's. Kodaks and supplies for sale at C. W. Tucker's studio. Eastman regulates prices. tf Mrs. Hibben Daily of Whittier is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. j. M. Whitsel. Miss Anna Herron has been confined to the house for a week with a severe attack of la grippe. Elbert,- second son of Mrs. Xora Fisher, has been seriously ill for the last two weeks. Mr. D. P. Bisbee of Azusa avenue, who lost his wife last week, is seriously ill and under the doctor's care. Miss Jean D. Alexander of Los Angeles is visiting her friend, Mrs. C. E. Smiley. Sale of automobile veils. $2.25 chiffon veils, $1.75. $3.50 silk net $2.75. tf Mrs. 3. B. Jennings, Azusa.. Two fine black French tips, worth $12, for $8. tf Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. Mrs. ,T. W. Groover left Tuesday to spend three months with relatives in Colorado. S. M. Myall of Los Angeles was a guest at the Carnahan home from Thursday of last week to Monday. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Groover Sunday were the latter's sister, Mrs. Good, and father, Mr. West. Mrs. E. H. Lahee, who has been suffering from a long siege of illness, is now convalescing and able to receive callers. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moon of Los Angeles have been visiting Covina friends this week, Mmes. Trueblood and Whitsel. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stevens of Santa Ana, with their granddaughter, Lilian, are spending a week with their son, the Rev. P. G. Stevens. Mrs. M. J. Roberts, who has been spending a week with her friend, Mrs. A. J. Warner, left on Tuesday for her home in Pasadena. Sale on ostrich plumes for two weeks. All of the best quality and very wide fibre. $25 plumes for I1.8..50. $8 plumes for ?6.50. $5.50 plumes for $3.50. Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. Mrs. E. J. Staton and Miss E. M. Bennett of Los Angeles, who have been spending two weeks with Mrs. C. E. Smiley, left Monday to visit friends in San Bernardino. Mrs. M. Chilton left Thursday with her four children, Mattie, Carrie, Polly and Guy, for her old home, Chick- asha.Okla., where she will spend three months with her relatives. She will take the Salt Lake route and visit friends in Salt Lake City, Denver and Kansas City on the way. "The World's Best Music" is a very • excellent collection and it gives me great pleasure to recommend it as a valuable library for all music lovers. —Ellen Beach Yaw. Enthusiastically endorsed by Mrs. Damerel and all of Covina'8 best musicians. Mrs. Koble, who is stopping at Mrs. Wilson's, is handling the library. Phone 1022. A dainty 5 o'clock tea wan given last Saturday afternoon by Mrs. C. Vaughn, as a farewell compliment to her neighbor, Mrs. A. M. White, who has since left for Virginia. Tho house was a bower of roses, a beautiful vase of them occupying the center t;ib!e. Tea and strawberries and cake were served. Besides the guest of honor, there were present, Mmes. J. II. Simpson, L. Vaughn, Pliny Stanton and Miss Osa White. Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwaite are resting at the homo of Mr. ami Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe while improvements are being made to thfir homo on their ranch on the west, side of Lark Kllen street. Then- will be the addition of a commodious studio, besides which the home will bo modernized and decorated throughout. They are eagerly awaiting the arrival of a number of curios, object; d' art, and pierOH -of Hiiirjne furniture which hav; been shipped from Kurope. A m-'eting of the \V;;;;;aii'o "For'-ign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Churi-b was hold Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. f!oo. W. Van Vlejt. Cuba and Porto kiro were ili<- H>ibjo< is of study. Mrs. 1' (t. SIOM :IH ir;:'. H a map talk and papers w.-ii- c -ad by Mi-.i Mini, '•• K, ,. pei.j.lo aiid t i.'.-lf.:.i., or >. .Shearer on ti..- penile Ijf I'llMO UiClji ':!'_•' .-I..-..-. Supplies for Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines at Hull's. Win. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf For a skillful and careful irrigator telephone 254. tf Tucker takes the right expression at the right prices. tf Sailors marked down. Sailors from 75c to $3.75. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa.H Mrs. Mollie Bolton of Chicago is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis of Azusa avenue. A souvenir Japanese vase wiil be given today, Saturday, with every 25c purchase at Cummings' confectionery. Miss Elva Swanson of Ocean Park spent Sunday and Monday with her aunt. Mrs. W. B. Broadwell. Silk chiffon and net automobflo veils $2.00 and $3.00. Also good line of face veils. Mrs. Jennings, Ap.usa. 1t Holy Trinity Church Guild met. on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I. I. Cook. Don't fail to bear the Adams Sisters Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the Epworth League. H A unique entertainment at the Club House Tuesday evening by two little ladies only 46 and 49 inches high. It Mrs. H. Grouse, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grouse, and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Baker and children enjoyed a trip to Ontario Sunday to see the former's daughter, Mrs. Stines, and granddaughter, Mrs.. Sykes. Miss Grace Gooch o f Rivera has returned home after spending n v eok with her sister. Mrs. Louis Harris. Mrs. Belle Harris of Los AngeiC.s was also a v'fiftor this week. Mrs. Imogene Gilmore, Covina's gifted reader, received a gratifying reception at an entertainment in the Magnolia Avenue Christian Church, Los Angeles, last evening. Her readings were the feature of the evening. From now on I will sell at reduced prices the following articles: Flowers, foliage, grass, fruit, sailors, children's bats, baby bonnets, shapes and plaques and trimmed hats. Also pattern hats, leghorns, body hats, t! Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. Mr. and Mrs. Korublum and party, all of Los Angeles, were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Blum of Cypress avenue. Mr. Korublum, who is president of the Berlin Dye Works, is Interested in many business enterprises in Los Angeles. The Monrovia Steam Laundry now have a resident agent In Covina, with daily service. They not only do a first class laundry business, but also have a dry cleaning and pressing department, employing the most skilled help. Your wa.nts will be attended to by 'phoning 46. 6-12 Miss Margaret Given, who has been a missionary for the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions for thirty years in India, stationed at .lullunder, British India, for the past ten years, la visiting her brothers in Southern California. She is now at Hollywood with her brother George, and expects to spend a few weeks in Covina with her brother, Bryce M. Given. "The World's Best Music." will be found in the libraries of Mr. Alec. Anderson, Mrs. .1. D. Reed, Mr. I). B. Huff, Mrs. .1. L. Matthews, Mrs. Kerckhoff, Miss Hattie Nye, Mrs. Van Vllet, Mrs. Benton, Mrs. McAllon, Mi»K Venable, Prof. Groom, Miss Vyvyenne Fauldor, Mrs. M. Rebban, and many others. Mrs. Xoblo, who IB staying at Mrs. Wilson's, is handling the library. Phone 1022. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and Miss Lottie Fruit of Kl Paso, who have been guests at. the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell on Italia street, are now visiting in Long Hoaoh. They were charmed with Covina during their stay and it. in more than probable that they will make Southern California their borne UH soon as they can dispose of their inloresUi in the South. Mrs. E. L. Preston of Chnla Vista, Kan Diego county, was a guest linearly portion of this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Leebrick. Mr. .lames M. Leebrick of San Oiogo was also a. guest, at the same home on Tuesday upon his return from an extended trip to Chicago and other eastern points. All hough Buffering from total blindness, this gentleman conducts an extensive real estate bu.-;i- ness in his home city. A merry party of <-\ ildron wore invited ro the homo of .Mr. and Mrs. A. liuiin Thursday afternoon, that day boin.L' the thirteen,!) birthday of I hoi; 1 second Mm, Franz. In the absence of hi.; mother, bis 'oi, H jn, .Mi.-:s Anna i And"! 1 -';!!, acted as host'.-;. Corf-"';..i,I ;:l! !•:<;,d.-, of e;,k>-.-, and i;;-;dy \vei" i :,••' on' Hi •ibuiid.'lllCO, and g'm.e.-. ',',-<• re •er : ji.veil !H.i;! >J o'clock Thu-e pr---.e|.i !'.'.'e |-,• ';.\\.\ ',i-\ I'l.d li'Aonilio Xl el". OO'I 1 '!;.!•:•' ; v ;,!.<! (.-' i: Clarke ;; ., : ;,.,,, i I ::;.,'!'• C, I oo . ' ' '.'.' I'' < I ' ,>! :• Ml .'. : i i. -. • .'-.: •!••:. ',,. ' ' i ! ba.'in. OUR AtiffTS: Warner, WtiiUel & (o. Home's tirotery Pomona Sanitary Laundry Col. J. W. Rigglns is confined to his residence this week by sickness. Jack Fletcher, sou of the Rev. A. Fletcher, has successfully passed the M. A. examination at California University. The Covina second town baseball team will play the Los Angeles Brick Company team on the home grounds tomorrow. Dr. L. W. Wolls, osteopath of Los Angeles, a specialist in ntomach and nervous diseases, is located in Covina on Monday, Wednesday find Friday. O(Ticp over Warner, Whitsel & Co.'s store. It For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. .For Sale—Al/alfa, second cut, well cured. F. J. Stimson, Walnut Center, phone 3225. It For Sale—Ono brooder, one incu- bater, one Manns bone cutter, all new, cheap. P. J. Stimson, Walnut Center, phone 3225. It FOR SALE OR TRADE—80 acres of fine alfalfa land on Salt Lake R. R., nine miles from Riverside. Address A. H. Collins, Covina. FOR SALE—Second cut alfalfa. Hurst Ranch. Phone 166. Thoroughbred Cornish Indian Game. C.«L. Smith, Azusa, Cal. tf A nice line of new fancy hat pins at Mrs. Jennings', Azusa. It Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. t tf Wanted—Registered Jerseys, any age, either sex, in any number. 6-5 John Wilson, Santa Ana, Cal. For Sale—Fine young team of lightweight mules. Good for delivery purposes. Call Home Phone 3070. Alfalfa hay for sale. Philip Cogan, former Cook ranch, Walnut Center. Phone 3167. 6-12p Lost—On Thursday afternoon, a black and brown laprobe. Finder please notify A. P. Kerckhoff. H Hey For Sale—New alfalfa. J. W. Lnrmer, former Poole ranch, Walnut Center, tf If you have money in small amount, 13100 and up, to invest at eight per cent per annum, see J. H. Matthews. If you have money iti small amounts, in 8100 and up to invest at eit'ht per cc;nt per annum see J. II. Matthews. Mrs. Ida Ritteribouse, room (!, First National Bank Bldg. FirHt class dres.H making at reasonable prices, tf What are you doing for the "gnm disease" in your orange grove? Ever try a grooving knife? '25o at Kollur- Thonmson Mfg. Co. tf Armstrong's Covina Nurseries have j procured 2f>00 Valencia urn] navel j orange trooH, HrHt, clans etock. Any- I onci wishing to buy sumo should call liifj for further iiiforniuti'.ii, WHITE AND HLACK MINOHCAH -Most profitable for both <-UKH and idresfeii poultry. Eggs from fine ! PCIIH headed by pri/o winning cock. 81.00 pur Knl.ting Wo Kuarantoo morn than 7T> per conl, fortile. E. I!. Milnor, Ul'2 Kan Hernurdino road, tf Wo are prepared to furnish % Ib 'tip top berry baskets; also shook for 1 all kinds of fruit boxes and crates; j largo or small <juant.itien, at. right : prices. Call or address Multuomah I Lumber and liox Co., at Pomona. Home Phone 1i;!i7. .v-!» OWNER'S ATTENTION. ; If yon have any real (-.state to ex 'change for Pasadena properly, lb>l H. wit.l. me, KiviiiK full dei.ailn in first letter of what, you have and what yo'i want. E. W. SMITH, With f:. O. Kendall Co, Pasadena..Cal May '-''/ Fit/f/erald .t fiairy <>t Pasadena money on ianch;-.-i and imj,rov- ed real chtattt at |i> : .>,(">l. cm rent, rate.-'. Write or telephone, tht-m at. Pasadena i.r rail up J. \V. Prriiti'r-!, (,'o\H,a [.bone 'l\'-'i\, and n.ik i>, have a -c-ntrtt ivi: >.it tt.c ii/u; call i,/i you. if Classy! Did you ever own anything that's classy? Really classy? FINCH has lots of classy jewelry, that is, jewelry that's in a class by itself. Junk-stores don't carry up-to-date goods. They carry things that won't sell, things the people have picked over and found to be undesirable. Neither does a "backwoods" jewelry store. Only a jewelry store that's up-to-date, not only in jewelry and watches, but in "jeweler" and "watchmaker" can have such things. They know the newest designs in jewelry, watches, etc., new scientific methods of repairing watches to make them run and not stop in a week's time, and can guarantee work that's worth guaranteeing. Accidentally allow a ray of light fall upon the retina of your eye from FINCH'S JEWELRY STORE and see how fully his store fits the requirements of an up-to-date JEWELRY STORE. REMEMBER THOSE GRADUATION GIFTS! SEE FINCH ABOUT 'EM AT Finch's Jewelry Store 103 N. Citrus Avenue (Gumminga' Confectionery) Phone 42 < Rogers 1847 Triple Plated Silverware that's not Shop Worn. i«^x~XHW~:~>^:"H~^:«x~:HK~:^^^ LEGAL ADVICE BY MAIL. Fifty Cents. An association of reputable, experienced and reliable attorneys will render written opinions by mall—full, authoritative and promptly on all legal questions and matters. Mortgages, foreclosures, deeds of trust, conveyances, and titles generally. Notes, bonds, assignments, bills of sale, corporation and partnership rights and liabilities, bankruptcy and Insolvency, liens of laborers, contractors and material men, suits for damages. Wills, estates, probate nnitlern, for. elgn Inheritances, guardianship, rights of those under age, patents, inventions. All branches of mining law, water and Irrigation rights, homesteads, timber locations, the taking up of public land. Divorce, Reparation, community and separate property rights, and rights of married women. All branches of criminal law. Send your question with Kifty Cents. Immediate answers. SOUND LEGAL ADVICE CO. Uept. U. O. I'. O. liox j.'i San Francisco, Cal. SIMPLE STRONG DruwiJ UnMiotfcrs* SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price $2O,OOO TO LOAN in sum* of $.100.(X) upon cluar improved real i:ntaK; at 7 jicr cent for one to 4 years 1o pay fi.SOO.00 at any inUin-st paying date or all any lime v.'ithout bonus. I buy triint deeds and uiort^agcH. At 130 Kast I'uc.nlt! St. except Monday« and ThursdayM. I'liono I'M. OSCAR MILLKK. r»s SILENT KOK SAM-; BY o IP. HULL Us FOR HARNESS, HORSE GOODS, WAGONS, BUGGIES AND IMPLL MENT8. Afe«ftt«ft<*«' ^«.<*C«ft tft«**«ftft«itft««:ftft ?$«ssss$$$$$$s$s$$s$$$$$$«,i Do Not Throw Away prosperity's blessings, but learn early in life to save a portion of your income. Begin by opening an account with the Covina Valley Savings Bank, •1 per cent interest jKlnI, A<:<:'nu;t , u! •'• 1 ami up nveived. Coviod \Ddlley Savings Cowl no Hf 6'c S £i ci cl I e- r y O o .

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