Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 29, 1909 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, May 29, 1909
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local Events, - Wm. Summers, tree primer and bud- der, Covina. tf Tucker takes the right expression at the right prices. tf Kodaks and supplies for sale at C. W. Tucker's studio. Eastman regulates prices. tf Mr. James Pool of San Francisco was the guest Wednesday and Thursday of his cousin, Mr. C. E. Bemis. Mr. and Mrs. A. Carnahan and son Paxton spent Sunday with friends in Pasadena. Come and see the pretty SOUVENIR given free with 25c purchase at Cummings'. Jack Fletcher of Berkeley and Alfred Fletcher, Jr., of San Francisco are home with their parents. Two fine black French tips, worth $12, for $8. tf Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. Mrs. C. A. Jenks of Los Angeles has been spending the week with her mother, Mrs. E. G. Clapp. Sale of automobile veils. $2.25 chiffon veils, $1.75. $3.50 silk net $2.75. tf Mrs. S. B. Jennings, A7.usa. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Roberts of Long Beach are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Armstrong, on E. College street. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wilson and little son of Long Beach are spending a few days with Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. W. M. Griswold. Mrs. C. T. Blanchard stumbled on the steps of her house on Wednes*day, breaking one wrist, and badly spraining the other. Mrs. F. M. Chapman and sons left Thursday morning for Seattle and other northern points, where they wil visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Hugh Armel and little son of South Hollywood spent a few days this week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Grouse. Miss Myrta Sturtevant and Dr. Olmstead of Pasadena were guests this week of Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Jennings. Miss Gladys Clark will lead the Sunday-school Teachers' Union meeting next Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist Church. NOTICE—Now is the time to order -your dewberries and mammoth blackberries for canning. Phone 1053. Don't wait till they are all gone and then blame me. O. C. WILLOUGHBY. The Minses Cora and Pearl McKirahan spent Thursday evening and Friday in Pasadena and attended the wedding of an old Iowa schoolmate, Charles Waton, who was united to Miss Ida Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Milnor and Mrs. B. K. Hesseltine were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Zug on East Cypress avenue. Sale on ostrich plumes for two weeks. All of the best quality and very wide fibre. $25 plumes for $18.50. $8 plumes for $6.50. $5.50 plumes for $3.50. Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crouse spent the week end with relatives at Gardena. Mrs. Flora Follette, mother of Mrs. W. H. Collins, is seriously ill in the California Hospital, having been removed there •from Long Beach. A pleasant moonlight drive, terminating at. 10:40 p.m., Tuesday evening, brought home an energetic couple, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Musp.ey from a few days' visit with relatives in Los Angeles. Mrs. C. O. Glover, who underwent a severe operation in the Sisters' Hospital, Los Angeles, is recovering so rapidly that she expects to be home the end of next week, a week sooner than at first expected. Guests this week at Valencia Park, the homo of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Reynolds, were, on Sunday, G. W. Whiting of .New York and son George oi i he Regal shoe store, Los Angeles, and on Tuesday, Mr. Win. Brady of 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 aluo have a dry cleaning and pressing department, employing the most skilled help. Your wants will be attended to by 'phoning 40. ''•'The greatly overworked but cheerful stork, who has so many calls tr> make in this sunny land of the golden afternoon, \isited Covina this week and brought Mi .Mr. and Mrs. A. M. fence a very likel> iioy, ex'ien.eiy yuir.ig i.i.d !i r ''•• w.i>' ri of ihe world, but. lAclefii,,.- :• ; '• .-, (,f |.U birth month. I'.i.'.. -•' and .Vr.-i. !'<•:,< .• ai:d ' ;i .- h.^.v a..- .• ••••: to be doi.iii weii. Miss Etta Crouch left yesterday to pend the summer in Seattle. Wm, Summers, tree primer and bud- ler, Covina. tf A 2oc purchase will give you a SOUVENIR at Cnmmings' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood, \vlto have ,ecn visiting relatives in Covina, (eft ast week for their hom;> in Ontario. Sailors marked down. Sailors from 5c to $3.75. Mrs. Jennings, Azusa.H Mrs. L. M. Jefferies of Los Angeles spent the week end with relatives lere. Miss Ida Snodgrass is visiting her friend, Miss Ruth Finley, in Los An- ;eles. Mrs. G. W. Lee, whose knee was injured by a fall two weeks ago, is im- pvoviug slowly, but is still unable to be out. Mrs. Kistler, Miss Jessie Kistler, Mrs. Joe Hunt and Miss Rena Wilson spent Tuesday as the guest of Mrs. Madison at Pomona. Mrs. W. H. Collins has been spending some days with her mother, Mrs. Flora Follette, who is seriously ill at the California Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ssofleld and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Cole of Long Beach, were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. A. McAllen. Miss Jessie Kistler has returned from a few days' visit with the Misses Halla Willets and Rose Nigg in Los Angeles, and has been attending with them the State Normal and U. S. C. Harry Brandt, who is attending Brethren Bible School at Chicago, returned on Thursday evening to spend the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brandt. Mr. A. W. Pooley, the florist, is enlarging his. business, having rented more land of Mrs. I. I. Cook and Mr. S. .lessup. He expects to plant roses and chrysanthemums principally. Mrs. Gilmore will repeat two numbers by request, which have become popular through her rendition, nt the concert under her management, Friday evening, June 4th. Be sure and get your tickets early. The concert on June 4th at the Woman's Club House, given by Mrs. Gilmore of the Covina high school staff of teachers, has been exceptionally well arranged. The vocal soloist of the evening is Mrs. Stickney. Watch for the seat sale. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Yarnell was brought near to death Wednesday evening through taking a drink of coal-oil. Dr. Reed was called and found the little one unconscious, but the quick use of an emetic soon put things right again. From now on I will sell at reduced prices the following articles: Flowers, foliage, grass, fruit, sailors, children's hats, baby bonnets, shapes and plaques and trimmed hats. Also pattern hats, leghorns, body hats, 'tf Mrs. S. B. Jennings, Azusa. The Covina Furniture Company is offering to the ladies of Covina a genuine present, an opportunity to buy for the ridiculous low prifj of $'1.50 a beautiful 42 piece China dinner set. They have just closed a contract with *bo largest manufacturers of fine China ware in the United States for a large quantity of these dinrisr sets which they offer at this price, $3.50 to each purchaser of $10.00 worth of furniture and upwards. 1t The "World's Best Music" will be found In the libraries of Mrs. Damerel, Mr. Aloe Anderson, Mrs. J. IX Rp.ed, Mrs. Matthews, Prof. Groom, Mrs. McAllen, Mrs. Tan Vilest, Miss Mary Hall, Mrs. C. E. BemiH, Miss Vonablo, Miss Fauldor, Mrs. Kerckhoff, Mr. Huff, Mrs. Benton, Mi«H Hattio Nye, Mrs. Rehban, Miss McLeod, Mrs. Preston and others. Mrs. Noble, who is handling the library, which can be purchased on small payments, IK stopping at Mrs. Wilson's, on Kan Bernardino ' and Second, where .she can be reached : by phoning or writing before next Wednesday. Phone ]Oi!'J. lip As an expression of warm friendship and a mark of appreciation of of her interest in church work and the j good of the town in general, a pleasant surprise shower greeted Mrs. A. M. Pence on Tuesday afternoon. The guests, who were all her most intimate friend.s among the matrons of the , town, met at the home of Mrs. Kd Siewart, and the delightful array of: fine needlework and dainty articles, : Kuch as any youim couple might be ; proud of, brought loar.-i to the eye* j of the happy honoree. Later in the afternoon ice cream and ' .ikcn were .served. The guenM ii." ! :ded MIUCH. If. W. White, II. H. Cumbrian, K. P. '.Vainer, Ceo. W. Vun Viiet. V..'. Q. Cns- ter, (has. Gass. J. L. \iftn bew.H. K. (I;,!.',-, B. 1,. Ke>,i(,lds C A. II. Collins, .L I', lieed. . •'. W. W. Nil/'!!:; .1. M Will'!- !! ;>.':d ''*':. • .'.L'.U: OUR AGMTS: Warner, Wtitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry H For a skillful and careful Irrigate!* telephone 254. tf Mr. Will White of Los Angeles was the guest of his cousin, Miss Osa White, the first of the week. Miss Breakey is spending the week end with her friend, Mrs. Mary E. Adams of Fullerton. Mr. Ringo and little son of Los Angeles spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. Robert Crubtree and family. Mrs. Guy Fairly of Saugus has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Van Auken, this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Crahtreo and family of San Diego, ha\e boon spciivl- ing a week with their sister, Mrs. W. G. Con ley. S. A. Gilmore will start two baling machines working on the plains south of Covina next week. He has contracted 2200 acres of hay. Mrs. Amanda Armel of Fresno, formerly of Fort Wayne, Ind., has arrived to apend several months with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Milton Armel, and son, Mr. Will Armel. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Holt, of Rod- lands stayed over Monday night in Covina to visit their old friohds, Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Conley. Their beautiful private car was side-tracked for the night at the S. P. depot. A dainty little dinner with eight guests celebrated the birthday Thursday evening of Miss Hazel Booth. A five course dinner was served. Cecil Bruner roses formed an appropriate decoration. The place cards were the artistic work of Miss Booth's friend and house guest, Miss Hazel Holmes. The young people of the Brethren Church were pleasantly entertained by Miss Osa White at her home on Cypress avenue last Thursday even- Ing. About twenty-five were present. A delightful evening was spent with games and music, Miss Osa proving herself a delightful hostess. Refreshments of strawberries and cake were served. In the abcence of Mr. and Mrs. White, Mrs. Hiddick chaperoned the party. A few evenings before leaving for the East, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Smith were pleasantly surprised at their ranch home by thirty-one merry lads and lassies, members of Mr. Smith's Sunday-school class. The evening was passed in playing games, dainty refreshments being served by the young women of the class. On Wednesday evening next. Prof, .lames H. Hooso, Ph.D., professor of history and philosophy at the University of Southern California, will deliver an address in the M. E. Church on "Modern Cure Fads." The lecture ia free, and presents an opportunity that should not be missed to hear an authority speak on this much discussed subject.- Adv. An enjoyable affair was held last Saturday evening at the home; oi Mrs. M. 10. Boiia.ian, when her daughter, Miss Mabel Bohanan, was nurprlHod by a number of her friends In honor of her birthday. A large number of her young friends won; present. Mimic and games were enjoyed until a late hour. Thoso present were: Grace Nommo, .Minn Dovaino, Bertha Fallowell, .Jennie Benton, Ida Bonton, Colia Kendall, Mrs. E. Mitchell, lOlslo Daniels, Nannie Moore, MIsH A, Sorenson. Floss Corpe, Allle arid Milnee Bohanan, Ralph Bohanan, Jach Welch, Charles Ingle, Leo Wllloughby. Edgar Mitchell, Hooper Moore, Charles Kendall, Berl Lahall, Carl Becker, Clay Jcim.H, Martin llolman, Clinton Corpe, Guy Corpe. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I f ii'chition entertained a jolly crowd of young people laHt Saturday evening at their home on the San Bernardino road, in celebration of the twentieth birthday of theii brother, Clinton Hiitch'Kon. j The rooms were decorated with maid-| enhair ferns and red carnatioiiH, and all kinds oi 1 games were played Indoors and on the lawn. Brick Ice cream and cakes were nerved. The guests were the Misses BeKxic Madison of Pomona, Klhel Cancy, Grace and Maud Black niftn, Ruby Reefer, Ida Knod^raHH, Ruth Lee'b, Kdna Suavely, Mabel and Nellie lle'keit, Joy Benton, Jennie. Benton, Blanche CroiiKc, Lc'a Ir'.vin, Ora'c Armel; MeH:;rs. Kay Colliin, Clifford Neil, Sam AlliKoi<, Venn; V'iii cent, Vi.-ii er.'l. BriKlow, Clay Bei;ton, Ora Kif.f, I'oy GoodeM, Glen llarni:'.h, Kus.vH and Leo V.'illo'iKbby, Willie Sl'-'.eii:,, .Ve...-:;.-,. !n:d Mine.;. Merv. !.';. !(<.'/ !!•:•< !,n;.,(.n. I'ori.-r M< nU',oi;.<-, •. You know that, but do you know that your watch or clock need cleaning? You know they haven't been keeping good time but you didn't know what the trouble was. Finch can tell you in just a moment the condition they're in and prevent anything serious. But don't trust the examination of your watch to an awkard watchmaker. You might have to buy a new one. Only the hand that's trained to handle a watch is the hand that should handle your watch. Graduation Gifts Remember to see FINCH about 'em at Finch's Jewelry Store 103 N. Citrus Avenue (Cummings' Confectionery) Phone 42 N. B. T No chances taken at this store. | You always get your money's worth. I V >3M$~j««y**M*<Mj»«*«***~^^j»»j»«j»«jM^«}"t~J~t~M M ^»t M J"^ JACKSON Motor Cars Four Models From $950 to $2150 Made in Jackson, Michigan, by an j Honest Concern. Seven Years of Excellence. Covina Agente STANTON & HARNISH Citrus Avenue 'No Sand Too Dee;;, No Hill Too Steep." SIMPLE STRONG SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price I ciuitiol, loan cm personal nolcs or properly or eli!tlle|,s nor on second iiiorl.tfUKcH. 11'you wind money on (4 ( ""l lien on improved real ej-dalc, payable on or liel'iire four ycuiM, ci.ll up ID-I, (.'.•.•vinii., income to my home, !•!<) Ki.'Nl. I'nenle SI., except Mondays mid Tliui's- dnyn. I buy fin-il. mi»rltfiitfcn mid liral, IniKl. deeds. OSOAR MILLER. SILENT FOR SAM-! IJY E. IP. HULL S^^ Us FOR HARNESS, HORSE GOODS, V/ACON8, BUGGIES AND IMPLE ME NTS. Bet*. Goods—Loweet Pii<.«» Oox/Ino Morne-sss &c Soc!cilery Oo. $$W^$^S^ You Carry Insurance on your life, on your property. Wliy not insure yoursidf against adversity in the future by investing your surplus funds in a bank account? Allow it to accumulate until a time comes when you need it b idly ..... that is when you will appreciate its true worth. Just as the value ol your life insurance increases as you fcrow older, so will your bank account j^row a-, you add to it weekly, monthly or yearly. In fact, the po-isi- bililics of your bank account is limited only by earning and saving c-ipa^ity. An account with thi-> i<;uik is j;ood insurance. •I j»er c.i-n t interest paid. Accounts ol -t'l and up received. Covidd \DJlley Saving IBank \

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