Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 12, 1909 · Page 5
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Covina, California
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Saturday, June 12, 1909
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(local Events, Wm. Summers, tree pfuner and bud- der, Covina. tf Mr. and Mra. J. W. Armstrong spent Sunday at Ocean Park and Venice. For graduation gifts, see M. Wright. He has a fine line. Next to Tucker's. The Ladles' Aid of the IJaptist Church will serve Ice cream and cake Saturday, July 3. It Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Paulin of Upland are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wyeth. Mr. J. A. Brubakef of Kansas City spent Friday at Mt. Lowe and Pasadena. One-fourth off on all trimmed hats, including stylish pattern hats. Come and see them at Mrs. Jennings', Azusa. 6-12 Mrs. George R. Sturdivant of Beaumont spent several days this week in Covina at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blackman. Mrs. W. C. Merwin returned Sunday evening from Los Angeles, where she spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford. Mrs. Imogene Ferrell has returned from Long Beach, where she has been spending the week with friends from El Paso, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hesseltine enjoyed a pleasant drive Sunday to Pomona, where they spent the day with friends. Mr. C. W. Tucker spent Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Los Angeles in attendance at the photographic convention. Mrs. H. D. Blanchard and little son of Pomona, are spending the week Avith the former's mother, Mrs. C. T. Blanchard. Watch out for sale of fireworks by W. H. McLeod in store formerly occupied by Stephens Brothers' bakery. Big stock ready for the trade. Mrs. F. N. Lister of Calexico, arrived yesterday to visit her sister-in- law, Mrs. Alice Leisure. They will spend the week end with friends at Anaheim. The party leaving a granite pan filled with sweet peas in the buggy of Jacob Maechtlen on Decoration day can have the same by calling at the postoffice. • .Orders for flowers for graduation should be sent in early in order to avoid the ruch. Leave your order with Covina Floral Nurseries, or phone 53. 6-12 The Agricultural Club of Pomona will hold its annual picnic at Gnesha Park, Pomona, June 14, 1909. There will be some good speeches and a large crowd is expected. Everyone invited. Mrs. C. W. Tucker entertained on Wednesday evening with a family dinner party, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Doughty, Mrs. W. G. Doughty, Miss Maud and Harry Doughty. ..Mrs. Anna Overholt/er of Rowland avenue is 82 years old today. Mrs. Overholtzer is one of the dear old ladies of this locality, and the event of her birthday is being celebrated in a quiet way by many friends. The Teachers' Elementary Sunday School Union will meet in the Baptist Church, Tuesday, June 1?,. Miss Brockway of Los Angeles will give the lesson. All teachers of Coviua are cordially invited to attend these meetings; also those interested in Sunday School work. Mrs. Martha Doughty, daughter, Miss Maude, and son, Mr. Harry Doughty, expect to take up their residence at Berkeley, Cnl., where Harry will take a post-graduate course at the State University. Miss Maude was formerly a bookkeeper at the First National Bank. The family left Covina yesterday and will visit with friends at Southern California points for several weeks before going to Berkeley. They will be much missed in social and church circles. "The World's Best Music," a collection you cannot aifoul to 'oe without, will be found in the homes of i\\». following Covina people: Alee \V. Anderson, Mrs. C. 10. fibinio Mrs. H'-n- ton, Mrs. Broad well, Mrs. Hurdick, Mrs. Coltrin, Mrs. Damurel, Miss? Faulder, Prof. R. W. Croon,. D, K. Huff, Mrri. Kerckhoff, Mrs. J. L. Matthews, Mrs. McAllen, Mrs. M(-r.viu, Miss Hail, Miss McLeod, Mrs. I'res- ton. Mr.-;. Ri-bhan. Mrs. Cat T.ilky. Mrs. H. van ViU-t, .Mrs. <ii-or;-<- Va.i V'liet. Mu-ib YV-iuiblo, ai.d ot':<-r* in this iocitiity. MIH. yoi.-lf, uhn iiiis <har;/.c i.t ?':•• ili.-i n:..; f :i.:i of il:i.-. V Gfk. Li I10.V :-.!!•!. l!'M) .if <;>mlor<:. ui d '-MI I.' !--ii-hi-<l ;-.! H..V in.-- i; hi<;ui; H,- i.y • •''•• «'-'• <•' V> il.-^on'.-, IK.;;;.: \i.K hull.-." i-i '• '"• '.[-;: •••••:.••;•'• ::>-;• ;:'•• /.- ;-i •••;.. i* 100-egK incubator for sale or trade. At Hull's. It Dr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Thorpe moved this week to their summer home at Balboa Beach. Rev. S. W. Gage are this week entertaining their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Rider, of Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hovde and family left yesterday for Eugene, Oregon, where they expect to locate. The Christian Endeavor Union Society will meet Sunday evening at the Christian Church. Fireworks In big line. Be ready to trade with W. II. McLeod on Citrus avenue in store formerly occupied by Stephens' Brothers bakery. Dinner guests. Sunday of Mrs. C. T. Blanchard and family wore Ethel, Grace and Will Fisher, Mrs. Johnson and daughters, Isola and Martha. Lost—Envelope containing locket and comb. Owing to associations, very valuable. Return to Mrs. J. TO. Bradford, Covina. Liberal reward.Up Berries! Berries! Berries! This is the last week of dewberries, $1.00 per per crate. Also, order your mammoth blackberries. Phone 1053. O. C. Willoughby. It The Misses Bessie and Ruth Leebrick entertained a few intimate friends Friday evening in honor of Misses Mae Coffman and Anna Sprotte. Mrs. F. E. Dudderar has returned home after an absence of seven weeks in Pomona and Los Angeles, for the .benefit of her health, which Is much improved. Ready for business as usual In store formerly occupied by Stevens Brothers' bakery on Citrus avenue. Nothing but fireworks, and plenty of them. W. H. McLeod. Principal and Mrs. A. H. Collins, in conjunction with Prof. Everett Shepardson, of 1147 Santee street, Los Angeles, will entertain the alumni of Indiana University this evening, at the home of the latter. During the absence of Rev. W. G. Conley and family, who are spending two weeks at Laguna Beach, the services at the Christian Church will be conducted Sunday by the Rev. H. E. Ward. Mrs. Flora Follette, who is seriously ill in the California Hospital, will be brought home tonight to the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Collins. 'There is unhappily no change for the better in her condition. The Leebrick family were happily surprised Wednesday afternoon by their sister and (laughter, Mrs. Zeb- ular Pearce, and three children arriving from, Mesa, Arizona to spend the summer. Prof K. C. Leebrick kept the secret by meeting his sister at Colton. On Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Mary Tatum and Mr. Walker on Cypress avenue, tiie "sixteenth" birthday of the former was celebrated quietly by a small coterie of. intimate friends. Cards and a p'easant social time were enjoyed and refreshments were served. The hostess received a number of presents, some of them being particularly appropriate to the number of years she is supposed to have lived. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood, Mr. and Mrs. Booth. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Prat.her, Mrs. I. I. Cook, Mrs. H. M. Faulder, the Misses Herron, and Mr. A. W. Pooley. At a social evening on Wednesday at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watts, the guests included Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwaite, Rev, and Mrs. Paul (!. Stevens, Mrs. Yaw, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Philleo, Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Cooper and niece, Miss Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Douglass, Minn Lilian Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. I). Reichard, Mrs. Huhbnrd, Mrs. Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Given, Mrs. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. CJeo. AnderHon, Mrs. Plant, Dr. Jennings. Mrs. Gilrnnre gave two readings and selectloiiH on the "Victrola" were enjoyed. A dainty collation wan served towards the close of the evening. At tin; meeting of La I'aloma Chapter, O. E. S., last Tuesday evening, a splendid program was given, Including piano Holo.s by Mrs. Marior; C.ul- trin find .Miss BrunjcK, vocal solos by Mrs. Huff, Miss Davits and Minn iiou'riiiy, and a reading by Mrs. VV. W. Nash, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Huff. The surprise of the evenihK. as far as in'- recipient, 'vas couccriifd, was tin.; pn-sffitat ion of u KO!G tiiimblft to Mrs. A. Neil who hta.'-.* soon to rejoin her husband in I MCM. o. It wa.s intended, mil onlv as in ta.'.-A'Hi r(MiK:liibraiK-o. but al.-,o as 1 a in irk of appreciation 01 :-<-r work j;i". :|]| o!i!''>-r of 111*' c|iOJ)tf-| lor SOIII'- pa.-,!. Out O! t<. i. . H'-.:i.-. \: i-..i .' 1. A. V. 'nil.-. .•ii.-'«-r of M .".-:. ,i >!;"!' .\ij.-v- I )••! i : lid.- M:|I! .-,i;-"T . Hi:"", .and UiHr )>;••:.<!. Mi-..Si..-;:. : '!i fir..:;; )-•.; '.- !'.'• i' ;.• ' • . . 1'ili );..! d O! -•>:;.'.; a .''.(..I. OUR , Whitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary laundry For n skillful and careful Irrlgator telephone 25. tf 100-egg Incubator for sale or trade. At Hull's. It Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Thorpe are enjoying a week of pleasure at San Miguel. Mr. A. W. Pooley spent a pleasant day Sunday with relatives In Los Angeles. Mis.5 Bessie Lee-brick's scholars and their mothers from Center school had a picnic at Pomona Park Saturday, June 5. All report a jolly time. The mont.hly meeting of the Woman's Foreign and Home Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will be held next Wednesday at 2:30 p. in. at the home of Mrs. Blanchard, on Workman avenue. The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian Church enjoyed a social gathering Saturday evening in the social hall, the intermediate class being guests of their seniors. Games, were enjoyed and refreshments served. Miss Angle Griswold left yesterday for a tour of Europe with her aunt, Mrs. J, F. Davis, of Milwaukee, world's secretary of the W. C. T. U.. who has been appointed by President Taft to represent our government at the coming world's conference in London. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary with a cozy little dinner party on Monday evening at their homo on East College street. The house was artistically decorated and a dainty repast served. The guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Paul G. Stevens and son, Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. MacDonald and daughter, Annie. CHARTER OAK. A jolly party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stowell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllcox and son, Clarence, took an automobile trip last Saturday through Ban Bernardino and Riverside counties. Mr. and Mrs. Wllcox and son remained In Riverside for the week while Mr. and Mrs. Stowell and family went to Perris to visit relatives there. Miss Thompson, principal of the Charter Oak school, entertained her pupils at her home Thursday afternoon. They went to school as usual in the morning and after finishing up a little work preparatory to the long pummer vacation were happily surprised to learn of the good time In store for them. After a number of outdoor games had been played, dainty refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Mr. Henry Hay, superintendent of a gold mine in South Africa, h> homo for a few weeks' vacation. This Is the first time Mr, Hay has been liome in four years. Mr. D. L. Lyonn, an old resident of our community, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hall, in LOH Angeles, last Friday morning. Tin? funeral services were held at the Christian Church Tuesday morning. Interment at Oa.kdu.Iu cemetery. MiKH Mary 1311sworth IB a Kticnt. al the Stowell borne for u few davH. It Excites the Envy Brother's Tragic Death. While working with a gasoline- on glne hi bis homo In Minneapolis last week. Archie .F. Wright, brother of Mr. M. Wright, the- Covinn Jeweler, was struck on the head and rendered unconscious by a flying bolt. Ho was hurried to St. Barnabas hospital In that city and five doctors attempted to save his life. He remained unconscious for sixty hours and then died. He was eingle. 28 years old, and leaves n father and mother, and two brothers, one in North Dakota and one In Covinn. He was a member In good standing In the M.W.A. and the Odd- fellows. Mr. M. Wright did not receive the message In time- to roach his brother's bedside, so remained In Covina, but ho has received additional news that his mother is exlromoly 111, and IIP will probably leave for her bedside ns soon ns lie cnu find n. onpn- ble wiitchmakor to take his place In the store. Mr. Wright will be gone- (wo weeks, during which time his store will bo open us usual. Children's Day at M. E. Church. Tomorrow at the M. K. Church Children's Day will bo celebrated, the Sunday School taking clmrgo of the regular morning service. Program: Prelude, orchestra. Song, processional, school.. Call to Worship. Gloria. Children's Hour, Superintendent. Song, "Glad Children's Day," school. Responsive rending. Recitation, Ralph Reynolds. Recitation, Donald Wnrnor. Recitation, Wilbur Spoor. Recitation, Jennlo W.'ilfors. Piano solo, Juno Sides. Song, "Welcome to Juno," Mrs. Swallow's class. Recitation, "Others." Myrtlo Spoor. Song, .lonio Reynolds' C!HHH. Duet, Lucile Mai thews and Rosamond Home. Song, Mrs. Matt bows' class. Presentation of diplomas to graduating class. Flag drill by eleven little girls. Song, "No Land Like Ours," school. Drugs Must Go. The functional activity of any organ or tissue depends upon the condition of the circulation which nourishes or fail to nurlsh It. Structure denotes function, therefore any change in structure makes a change In function. This may seem hard to understand, but It is the foundation of health. It Is the foundation of the work of good csteopathlsts. Dr. Lloyd W. Wells, who h«,8 ofllcos over the Warner- Wbitsel store in Covinn, Is In this city on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week, when be IK ready at any time to explain the methods employed in health-giving by a grndiuitcd osteopathist. Dr. Wells says Unit there can bo too much HH well JIB too llttlo blood In any organ. Too much blood hinders the function", of the organs, too little also handicaps It, arid medicine cannot remove the caiiHo, for If it. could there would not bo so many chronic cawos In the world today. Outeopnthy goo« after tbo CIIUBC, and removes It—then the dlH'iftHe in cured. The days of rlriign uro drawing to a close. Try osteopathy and got. well. Osteopathy given you good circulation, Koort elimination through the buwclH and kldiioyr., inul tliln IIIOUIIM health. Call on Dr. Wolln and talk with him, II To Loan On RANCHES and CITY IMPROVED 8. R. EARNEST &. CO. 831 H. W. Hellman Bid., Los An 0 elea, Cal. Send written description or call. BEST FOR THE PRICE. Kor Klim Onuifc<; LANDS III Ihf HAN .(OAQI'IX VALLKV call on or ;M|I|I'I'HM T!i;<; KKJ(J10NH LAM.' Of UlOriO WllO il,'(V(- 1101, Jculo'JH in the su-r who HC.CS ot.borw taking ;i -rlainty box of (';iiiii]i!iif.'K' up- lie Creuin HO |>ur(: HO deli- HOUH 'hat OIK; couiil k'-cj) on oaiidg it (or hoiifH. Wo jirido d.irhHvoh upon tllC KUi'H-riOlJ <;X(-(-!|frll(-(: (if OUT .-ill:!' ili/.'-d ire Cream, which v/c m<ik«: i;: <ili t IK: most. aj/j/rov<-d fi;, ;<.i:i, Kiijirai; !'•'-iiif.' it.-, atnio.'nt.- (>ui. ; iy to all <"•>:-• t»,l.I'' 1 ! rf. S,'i unlay i.- rvm'. .-i.:i i>;ty. Cummings 1 Confectionery Trimming Hats and Slashing Prices SPECIAL TO YOU On Friday and Saturday, June 18th and 19th, we will take One Third off on regular Prices on TRIMMED HATS Watch Our Windows and Our Advertisements. Gilmore & Graham (Formerly Webb & Graham) 122 North Citrus Avenue COVINA, CAL, New Location New Stock New Customers Plumbing Fixtures suitable to California houses of all grades and prices. I have studied the needs of the community, arid I have WHAT YOU WANT. Fine line of bath tubs and foot baths Conic: in and inspect. E. L. JACKSON Now in KisUcr's old store, Citrus Avenue, next to Hotel Vendome Phone 50 If You Can Make Hay When the Sun Shines You can also Heat Water the Same Way The SOLAR HEATER is the triumph of cheap, indcspcnsiblc contrivances of this age. With one a part of your house, you have hot water for all purposes at all times. W. S. Sides' Plumbing Shop ^ Just around the corner from Citrus on College Street Covina, Cal. Phone 1015 and ^~)hh' SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price Save Ten Per Cent of what you earn and dcpoKit it regularly in thia bank. It wtll cause you nu inconvenience and in time you will have auiilciimt to inako you comfortable in the years to come. Get the habit of saving. Start an account TODAY. t I/IT (cut interest \>;> id. Account -. <;i :•! :u)d up r»'ivi v; i 1 , wfey Saving I uvula, ( 'a'ii loriiiii E, F*. HULL.

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