Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 12, 1909 · Page 2
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. While attempting to net the tables for her mother Sunday noon, little Iris Haralson, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IT. H. ITarolson, of 3>ark Ellen avenue, scalded herself Miss Darlte Smith of Los Angeles In a guest this week at the home of .Mr. and Mm. F.rank Morris. Viola, the two-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford, la rapidly recovering from her severe illness of last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brewster en- by overturning a kettle of hot nonp., Joyed a short outing in the mountains The little one's burns were exceedingly painful, but. were not so serious as was at first thought. During the absence of Mrs. Rimer Thomason ami SODK, who are upending, the Bummer In the Kaat, the Thompson homo wi!l be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. II. H. ("rubtroo and family, of Covina. It was thongbt advisdblo to have a complet" chrtngo of officers IT) the Irwlndnle Misfftllany Club and the annual election resulted In the following ladles boing elected to office: I'rosl- dent, Mis Mary MoKlbbon: vice-president, Mrs. Mary Brown; secretary, Jvlrs. Maggie VVorley; treasurer, Afrs. ( this week. They stopped at Camp Rlricon from Monday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M, H. Herry entertained Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Khelman of IyO8 Angelas this week. Mrs. Watts and Mrs*. Wilbur of Compton visited their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Watts of I'u- eiite road thin week. Other gw;Kt.s entertained by .Mr. and Mrs. Watts on Wednesday were Mrs. Mulberron of Compton and MTH. Montgomery and son of Charter Oak, Mr. and Mrs. .John Fletcher arrive*! froiri Texas tills week with a car of household goods. They arc the guesi.H of the latter'H parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. 10. Moses, for a few days. Later they will move to the property of S. short time symf.om* of lockjaw developed. Dr. Ellis \vas culled and treated the case with the serum, which has recently been discovered as a cure for tetanu*. Mr. (Hover is now out of danger. The following officers were elected | to hold office In the A/.usa Woman's , Club for the ensuing year President, Mm. .1. H, Anderson; vice- of California, in preflldent, Mr*. H, C. Bowers; re- ; of IX>H Angeles, cording secretary, Mr«. .). E. Hfli; ! ( { »y C. Benham, Notice to Appear. Action brought In the Superior Court of the State of California, ,n and for the County of Los Angeit-?. and the complaint filed In said County of Los Angeles, In the office of the Clerk of said Super- for Court. the Superior Court of the State and for the County In plaintiff, against corresponding secretary, MrB. IT. M. CorfHer; treasurer, Mrs. C. L. Smith. BALDWIN PARK Mrs. R. H. Pov/er sport* th« fiiHt of the wr;<-;l< bfuid, wl.o has f)f;cn 111 fo. 1 at t.hf! home of their daii.' few days her hu:t- Home tlinf; ter in Los Josle Crano. At the close of the buni- C. KrewBler, whore Mr. Fletcher has ness meeting the hostess served Ice ! accepted a position as foreman. Mr. cream, cake and tea. The club ad- I "ml Mrs. Fletcher formerly resided in journed for the summer vacation. Mr. find Mrs. James Heath enter- f,'ilnnd at dinner on Friday evening, June 4, In honor of the eleventh birthday of their son, Jesse. The little friends who were their guw*ts Ifeynolds, Homer Doty and Hoy Harris. Walnut Center. Mrs. M. .1. Reynolds returned last week from Techachapi, whore she has been visiting her daughters, Mrs. Jackriey and Mrs. Powell. While upon this visit Mrs. Reynolds was so unfortunate as to f;ill and break her limb, but her recovery was remark- Mrs. Daniel Mend was a guest, at i "hly rapid for a person of her advano a luncheon given Thursday by Mrs. i ed years. Lemb«rger of Jloyle Heights, Los An Miss Minnie Kelt/ of Pasadena (-•pent this we<_'k will) lie/' aunt, Mrs. Clara Ayer«. flower Axusa grammar school ban art On Thursday of lawt week Mrs. John Frank delightfully entertained the ladles of the Thursday Afternoon Club. Following a program dainty refreshments were served. Those present, on this occasion were Mrs. 13. PUENTE. iirmsually Ifirg« graduating class th1« \- ( J, P-roehimui, Mrs. (Joorge libuichard, .your, Us memborn are: Cenevlev^ ; Mrs. i;.. Sen wart/, find Mrs. .1. Hart. Vincent, Viola SnodgrasH, Nettle j Tim m,-xi meeting of the club \ylll be James, Mabel and Llda Hondrlcks, i held a.!, Ih'j residence of Mrs, Hart, Claude Brlggs, Charlie HanoH and j Put-rite, llojia.rt Clark. On next Thursday tilQ school Will g iv( ' nil "xhlJjUJori m their work and In the afternoon will ^entertain their guests with a short 'nrogTfUni fiellMl clOfief) Friday, Jutio jlH t for the summer vacation. Miss Myrtle and Miss Addle Kellar most delightfully entertained a few friends Monday evening at an Informal farewell party In honor of Miss Maude Doughty and Harry Doughty, of Covlria. Mr. Dowghty graduates - next week from Pomona College and The historic Temple homestead, which is the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. IT. Pratt, wan tho scene of a delightful old fashioned barn dance last Saturday evening, When Mr. and Mrs. Pratt entertained about thirty-five of their friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mre. Pratt leavb in the notif future tor PU&blo, Colorado, where they will together With his mother and rintW 3- «• klUfooh fe betting out two will l«Avft.ftt once fdV Berkeley, where thouaaDd blue gum trees on hi* prop- wHl continue hla studies at the orty which adjoins the Puente creeK Mr. I. Mclnnes, general foreman of tho construction crewa of the Southern Pacific railroad at Punta Gorda, Santa Barbara county, visited h'is family hero over Sunday. John Laullve began work with his modern steam hay baler this week. Kugone Uassott leaves in a few days for ti'.o Yukon-Alaska Exposition. The regular semi-annual election of olllcers was held by tho local Fraternal lirotherhood Saturday night. The olllcers already in olllce worn unl- he \v\\\ continue hla studies at the University of California. Sunday (wests at tho homo of Mr. mid Ml'fl. J. C. DoMandel were MIsK C.ardnor, Mr. C.eorgo Turner of LOB Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Martin of Covina. Miss Lena Semler and Mr. Somlcr of LOR Augoles were guests of Mrs. Xli?,a 1'nger on Sunday. Mrs. Fred D. Phllloo Is rapidly recovering from an operation which was performed last, week at her home on Cypress avenue. Miss Mela Rrunjes and Miss Anna : Model of Covina were the guests of] Miss 'Metii Wohuutu of Irwludalo avenue on Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Norman Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday with tho j hitter's father, W. W. To/.er, who Is i seriously III at his home In Los An-! The Misses Carrie and Mattle Mill- Iciidoi-e. of I'asadeuu suout Sunday ; with their aunt, Mrs. C.raftou of Vln-; cent, lU'enue. ! Mrs. li. Miller and Mrs. Aimer .1. • Miller spent. Wednesday us the guests of Mrs. Arch Henry of L«s Angeles. Mrs. Will Ulacluuur uud Miss Florence Dyer of Los Angeles were eiiter- nuned at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hice on last Saturday. Mr. oud Mrs. Frank Nicols of Sail Iternardino road had as their guests this week Mi's. Pel.you ami MU'.-i IVeda Del.yim of Long lleach. Mr. and Mis. K. A Huyil and little nun, .lames, returned to their home in Highlands the Ur.sl of the week, after spending several days wilh Mrs. ItuydV. part-ills. Mr. and Mi's. W. A. limns,'. W. <i. Krvim "f Vincent avenue, si ho has been in L' 1 --. Arj-cles under the physician's eurc for the pas', two nnmthh, lias su far recovered have lieell able to lease this Wes Michigan, where lie will speni lOlwo.-xl KawkliiH of Cov-ina was a week end guest of Mr. ;md (lo« Amos. CJnulufites from the Kr;:nirnar school this term were Henry Kendall and Onnle Hall. Saturday evor.lnt; the lioost.orfi' Club Ravo tho following jirograrn tinder the direction of Mrs. Mfirt?hon, Mrs. Ames Mrs. C. O. Mersh'on; -reading, Miss Nellie Howard; duet, Mr. and Mrs. M. Anws; rcadlnc;, Louis Travis", piano solo, Mr?). M. Aniea; re;idiriK, Mrs. fllllilt. Mrs. Anna Carroll rctnrnofl this week from ,the Los Angeles hospital, where she WHS operated upon for appendicitis. The operation was successful in p.vory way and Mrs. Carroll •will soon be f:o!r!|)|ft.e|y recovered. Annie Benham, defendant. . The people of the State of California send greetings to Annie Benham, defendant: You are h*m;by directed to appear and answer t.hf romph<lnt In an action entitled as above, brought njailiist. you In the Superior Court of !he County of Los Anpelea, State of California, within ten days after the service on you of this summons—If served within this county; or within thirty days if served elsewhere. And you are hereby notified that unless you appear and answer ns Mrs. Men- 1 anoyft required tho said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising upon contract, or he will apply to the Court for any relief demanded In the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, thlslSth day of Feb., A.D., 1908. C. O. KRYRS, Clerk. O:;e-f'r;ii)'!i, off on un trimmed (Seal) 7-31. By C. O. Winters, Deputy Clerk Wm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covfna. tf shayiffs. They rre i;n\v and up-to-date. fi-1'^ Mm. ,/enniugs, Ax;isa. i \oti( SEE Ascessment Notice. Co'.'liia Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Los Ange- iios, Stale of Cafifor.jia. o i» hf-reby givon that r.t a • of fie directors, held on the day of Juno, U'-OO, an assess- mout, f.No. 4S) of ••> ce; ts per sliare A. WARNER FOR INSURANCE Take your ch 1 ?'?? pf the following! glLedg* eompahifesi LONDON & LANCASHIRE; .. .. . SPRINGFIELD FIRE & MARINE. ORIENT FIRE INSURANCE CO. ATLAS INSURANCE CO. All paid In full at San Francisco. A. WARNER AGENT. ' • x DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. •.v.'ia lovierj u;.n:i tlio capital stock (as Mid-eased October 22nd. 1880) of the .".hove named corporation, payable immediately to the secretary at the office of the company at Coviua, County of Los Angeles, Ste.to of California, fcidek lU'o'd which th'« assfias- slthil Veinitlu unpaid on the Cth bt July, 1909, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before , will be sold on the 28th day of July, 1909, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expense of sale. B. F. EDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Gal., June 2, 1909. Judge Mlcknell and wife of Los Angeles wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. MclniiiH on Sunday. CAMP RINCON. D. lirlggs, manager of Camp Hlu- mado a busines trip to A/usa the tirst of the week. He reports that the usual good luck of this season Is still attending the fishermen who unit the west fork. The How of water in the river is slowly decreasing and the sport IH less dtlllcult than at the first of the season when the water was high. A large number of guests registered ut. Camp lUucou recently from Los Angeles, some of whom are: Dr. 10. A. McDonald, Heruard I'otter, Arthur L. Harris, Dr. <!. S. Hall and wife, T. F. I'.iusvn. M. Hi'.viM'lug. Dr. C. A. • y of the Clara llurton hospital. <wulley aiul daughter, I!. K. Wy- .lohn Camphotise, II. 1'. Hurst, •s Waul. A. H. Thomas. M. •'. Kills Varnell and Arthur W. (iuesls from otlver points are luntinglon and wife of Smith •mi. L. F,. lliitchki-.As. K. F. Law John I'. Dunn ar.d T. W. Miller nnuia. C. -L. Class of \imheim. 1 la/el Itristow of Co\ina, and i 11. 11'.iltoH of \/usa. Mr niii CluirU' Ciii-ls. Hic>'. i W. W. I'iisinlf 1-iMlce, of Mu 1 Miss Hay, Grain, Cereals and Fuel lf f L Delivery to Every Part of the Valley SAN GABRSEL VALLEY MILLING COMPANY Homo 1'houc I' 1 You Can't Do Better THAN TRADE AT THIS DRUG STORE. We offer you complete lines of drug store goods of a quality to be trusted and at fair cost. Do all your drug store trading here. Every drug and chemical we use is selected for power, freshness and purity, and will give faithful, accurate, safe results. Every article for sickroom, toilet table, bathroom, or nursery, is new, original and dependable by being quality perfect. Every point of service is perfect and there's satisfaction in every deal with us. W. W. NASH PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Co vina California Moving Heaven and Earth And also anything else that will move. Transfering- furniture, pianos, delivering express packages, carrying United States mail, taking out parties to the canyons and beaches. Hauling oranges and all kinds of heavy teaming. OFFjCE: With Wells-Fargo on Citrus Avenue Covina Transfer Company Res. Phone 1024 Home Phone 80 D^GOURDI Reg. No. 3967 DEPUTE Regr. No. 2374 Imported Stallions TERMS: $20 to insure mare in foal; $15 for the season. The above are the best horses of their class in this or any other country. They will improve your stock immensley. If intending breeders would, see these horses before making other engagements it would be to their advantage, as their colts will show. Covina Horse Breeders Association Off. Phone 54 F. E. DUDDERAR tiquire at Koefer's Stables. Res. Phone 146 COVINA "Greatest Electric Railway System in the World" The Pacific Electric Railway 566 Miles of Modern Built Standard Gauge Lines Reaching the Principal Cities and Towns, Mountain and Seashore Resorts of Southern. California Luxurious Observation Passenger Cars. Prompt and Reliable Freight, Express, Telegraph and U. S. Mail Service. For information and literature regarding the great MT. LOWE Trip, BEACH RESORTS and other points of interest, see local agent, or address General Passenger Department, Room 2'H,, Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. AZISA. WALNUT CI:NTI:R ,l\l.-.>ii •> >'!' llie 1'i-ac c. »',.•:>! . e ]'.. < MII\ >-r. u lio Ci'I Ui'iii'il tin- li. :•' i'f la-it Th" :.'.iail<!;:les u f til.- I'.a-;:;••!( schnul \\r,-l, H.)|!i \us \\ ••ddiiu-, inj) in tt'- , i. ilaini-d iln-ir I'iM-nd.i mi r'ri.lay | p.,i i !.• r; : ;..;!' .>• !•••.- :-ia','. i:.»! a i. M,i !.: ; s\,-.'U v.jth MI i 1,1 <•! i-.o • n-- i>n- <:.••• • :•• r, ;'.•!>' .!•• I 1 , l!;;. \\ s . I , ,., : ,r-,.|' w l,;,-h il .11.1" I ••! t <:•!..-.•-I.'.i I I \ I T i • ;. , •.!, li c ' I .: I Uc' U I ' : 'c! <•>• ' CITY LIVERY STABLES T^T~?RT T^ nPTJT/^\T3 BEN F, 1 HUK CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sixes carried in *tock. R/'iifora-J CotK-tvU' IVaildin^s a SpeciaHv Tclcuhone 40.17 r c. r. >.uiT!i, rv;ip. l.ie r v < : v i.-. '.:• , . LARGE GRANGE SEEDLINGS FOR ORCHARD PLANTING - 1 Wj--.liir.rf- J. Cat.

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