Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 19, 1909 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, June 19, 1909
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. The students of Lower Azusa grammar school held their annual exhibit Thursday. The grammar and intermediate grades gave a rose festival, nnd the primary scholars delighted their friends with songs and exercises during the afternoon. Refreshments | K were served to the guests from prettily trimmed booths stationed beneath the, trees of the campus. The members of the graduating claps are: Mabel and LI da Hendriek, Nettle James, Viola Hnodgrass, Oorioviovc- Vincent, Claude Briggs, Hobart Clark find Charlie I lanes. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Klledge had an their guests on Sunday Mis* KIlodKo of Pasadena arid Mr. Herman Btalder of Red Oak, Towa. Frank A very of Michigan spent a few days this week with his uncle, Mr. Samuel Avery. Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Casad visited i i,j ar college friends In Han'.a Monica over i'r- n « ner of Covina, was one of the graduates. On Thursday an nil-day newlng meeting was held at the home of Mrs, Clara Ayers of' Orange avenue by the Irwinrtale Miscellany Club. This is the last meeting of the club year. Officers elected to serve for the. ensu- president; Mrs. Mary Brown, vice- president; Mrs. Maggie Worley, secretary; Mrs. Josle Crane, treasurer. BALDWIN PARK Th<: Sunday-school scholars? are preparing a specif) program for the children's day exercises which will bo held Sunday afternoon. Rev. Harry Whit.- of Covina will deliver Ilie address. The Haldwin Park Woman's Club members nnd their families enjoyed a pleasant evening Friday of last. week at the soboolhoiiHe, it being the reg- quarterly meeting of the club, auditorium was beautifully dec- northern state to «oe the young lady with whom he had exchanged letters,^r he made several trips to California to visit, at the KiemJiig home. In .January he purchased an Interest In thft Rowland Mercantile Company and took up his residence in Row-1 land. Following the wedding ceremony, which took place Thursday, the j 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 Superior Court. Tn the Superior Court of the State young couple left for a short wedding | 0 f California, in and for the County Journey. They arrived at their new| o f home In Rowland Monday evening 3nd were serenaded by their neighbors and friends, who have taken a. lively Interest In their courtship. i\ngeles. Guy C. Benham, plaintiff, against. Annie Benham, defendant. The people of the State of California send greetings to Annie Benham. defendant: You are hereby directed to appear and answer the complaint in an action entitled as above, brought The body of Adolph Rimbaud, who afiajnst you j n the Superior Court of in partnership with his brothers, John t hp County of Los Angeles, State of and Joseph, owns a large tract, of land California, within ten days after the PUENTE. bftweon I J uent(! »nd Walnut C'otitfr, was found in a field at 1 o'clock Sun- Kf , rv i re f ,n you of this Riimrnons— if snrvf , ( ] v /itbin this county: or within Sunday. orated for the occaiilon by Mrs. Itllwell, Mrs. Daniel Relchard is spending a : who was the hostess of the evening, few days in Los Angeles. | The program was as follows: Piano Miss Veta Heath of Claremont spent duet, Ca) overture from "William this week with her parents, Mr. and T»:il," Misses Ruth Payne find Loulso Airs. James Heath. I Recent guests entertained by Mr. > nnd Mrs. William Asehenbrenner of. Cypress avenue were- Mrs. Murdet.te i of I.OH Angeles arid Mrs. Dcrlus Over-; holtxer of Covina. I Mrs. A. J. Miller was <i'Mn lil the i first of this week. Carroll, with violin obllgato by Mr. fJeorge Payne; M>) "Hla/rj Away"; reading, Miss Alblne Power; piano solo, (aj "Hortensia," (b) "Kt.ude," Mrs. Worley; reading, Mrs. Heath; reading, Mrs. Hit/; piano solo, (a) "Orand Valse do Concert," (b) "Mini net" by P.-iderewski, Mrs. Klwoll. ,_ | While the refreshments of Ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson on tertalnod their cousin, Miss Jessie - )(] ,. flko Wf;rc , JO|nK Hcrvc(|> M( . f ,,, 0 , ,, ayno (Jambol of Detroit, Mid,., last week. • T))f . fl(svftr{;] v , olln sr . lf . t . tlonH . day afternoon. At noon Mr. Rambnnd njlrty ( i ays if porvod elsewhere. Heeme'l in hbi usual Kood health. His, Am] yo) , nr(! j lprn hy notified that death is supposed t.o have been due to m ,i,. fta ynu appr-ur Mid answer as iKart failure. The funeral service wan . aoovo ref|uired the said plaintiff will held at St. Joseph's Church at 10 a. tako judgment for any money or dam- m. Tu-.-aday, after which the body was ageg ( i en fande<l in the complaint, as taken to New Calvary cemetery, Los j ar j s j ng upO n 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, thialfjth day of Feb., A.D., 1908. C. G. KEYRS, Clerk. (Seal) By C. O. Winters, 7-31 Deputy Clerk Angeles, for burial. Mr. Ramband was ii the thirty-sixth year of his age and was unmarried. His brother, John Ram baud and family, left a month ago for France, where they are now visiting. The deceased is also survived by a cousin, K. Rambaud, a merchant of this place. This week J. W. Hudson sold to S. J. Trueblood of Covina 200 acres of land lying south of the Salt Lake railroad track. lliley GHlonwf.tor. one of the rural free delivery mail carriers, accompanied by his wife, left this week to spend his vacation in Pomona. Dnrinf; his ;il'.vnco, Whitcomi) Hudson will of ofn , f .,, c , wll , |;rtl ..,, ,.,,„,., annual Mins Phoebe Drown spent thin week t^to place at (lie schoolhouse, Friday, in Los AiiKolo.'). June 2r,th. Recent guests at the home of Mr. | Mr. and Mrs. Robblns of Valley arid Mrs. Ortrifin Oak of Irwindalo View the proud parents of a little, avenue were, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. i (laughter, who was born last Satur- Small of Orange and Mr. and Mrs. ' day. Kdgar W. Peek of Olontlalo, Mr. and Mrs. MemloH Am-.'H, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Matney, Sr., r "' (l Mrs. O. C. Mcrshon, Miss are moving this week from the Hpeer! (;f)ll "K' in . ' V " BS Dil wn Wilson, Mr. f)f "poii his property to their residence in Coyjsia. Miss Young of Pasadena was a guest at the Waterhouse homo on Sunday. C. B. Brown, son of G. T. Brown, who for several years has boon Sou- (hern Pacific agent at. Caloxlco, wan signally honored recently by the Masons of the Imperial valley. Mr. llrown lifts attained tho office of past master of the valley lodge of Masons of El Contro and at a recent meeting of tho lodge was presented with a beautiful diamond ring emblematic of the office ho holds, i Mrs. Daniel Mead was a guest at. n,! luncheon given one day last week byi Mrs. Lomborgor of LOH Angeles. | Mrs. Clara Ayers had as her guest I hist week her niece, Miss Minnie | Kelt//, of Pasadena. Mr. Robert lOdi'lngton recently pin (•based a line span of mules. Miss Mae Col'i'man returned this i week from spending a week with her sister, Mrs. WaHliburn of Pas- Frank .Johnson arid Mr. Charlie Dotl- BOH formed a merry party who attended tho dance given at Axusa last Friday night. J. D. Shultln of Alhambra made a I'UsinesH trip to this place the first of the week. C. O. Morshon, rclum iv!r. Gil' will pi'rch(i'-:o nn nnl.'')i.-iomle 'o IIKO in dolhf.rlug the Las) Friday uftrrnoon the pupils rf the Piiente grammar school enl.pi tallied their friends ! ind relatives. The i scholars and their guests took part; in all kinds of games and races, and j tho nu'i ry-niakiiig la-iled until nearly | dark. The little hosts served dainty refreshments. proprietor of the Baldwin Park store, installed a line of hardware thin week. On the evening of Juno 2Cth tho young ladles of thlg place will give n masquerade ball. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ames spent tho wook end with the latter's mother, Mrs. Robert Tiiylor of Covina. WALNUT CENTER Mrs. J. S. Alexander of Arroyo Drive was the MUCH!, of Mrs. L. Ii. Tucker of San Fernando last week, Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of A/iiHa wore Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. iiiid Mr.'i. George Hebliam. Mrs. S. M. Myall, who has been tho j.;ncKl of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Cai'iialian Cor several weeks, loll this week for Hollywood, where she and Mr. Myall will make their horn • during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. .John Adalr and children of Los Angeles spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles ColVinan. Mrs. A. G, Ganl and children visited Mrs. (lant'ri sister, Mrs, Wallace of San Dimas, OUT Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. ('. De.Mandel left on Monday for Cataliua Island, where they will spnid the summer. Miss Jessica llrown of Toledo, Ohio, was a guest last week at the home nt' Mr. ami .Mrs. F. C. I >e\rndorl'. Mr. Harry Dukes of Los Angeles >isit:'i| Ills ^ramlmolhcr. Mrs. Alire Sldall, Ibis Week. Charles liuiil ul Yuma, Ari/.unn, Is tin- vue;-.i ni' his brni her, L. II. Knot. Last v.i'i-k, lii-uivr l.i-i 1 . Hit- small sun "l Mr. and Mrs. Ali-\ l.,-i- u!' i.aiU Kllcii siii-i'i. IIH-I ui!!< ;\ paim'ul arri- diMil wbili- pl.iyiiif. 1 , bast-hall al the l.uwi-r A/tisa si-huul. lie \v:> - stiurU with a bai and his sialp badly ciif. M i.;. M ill;, ui' I .rs A n.:.-i-!.-r, '.i .ts a ;'i- l ( lit I'l:.- •[ Ill' .M !'-. ( '. (I. |{(.:,;•:. '.\lil.-i Mi-, a'ld \!r.--. Ii nh-.-r .in.! .Mis. A r in", I. i !.• • Ii.- - : ui' t:i- •.-. s '. •: 11 .< !ii -nil- ft' ••'••!' ' :\' r .n: ! M i... \i- \ I.. •• '•" '•'• • > i 'I' 1 1,1 . d.i- \' i -. ! Y :: l'i. •,•:• •<'•' "• ''•• • - . •< . i- ...... ,i''|. i.. . \--.--i '. .: ' i ^ i ..--.,! ' •..:..• '•• '.• i !•': .-d '. ... ..,..-•. n. ,i fi. I' 1 . Stevens purchased this week ii now automobile. Mrs. Kiumu Kelloy, Miss Gertrude Kclley and Mr. flllhort Kelloy vlulted friends lit Unclondo on Sunday. Mr. ha Kaylelli!. who suffered a. so| voro Injury of; hack while working j In tho hay Held last week, is now ' much improved. Mrs. .1. Haley of Piienlo road IK on- joylau a week's visit, from her iiurcut.H who reside in Los Angeles. Mrs. Robert Dancer returned the llrsl of Ilio week from Hiieiulinf. 1 ; several days with friends and relatives at Orange ami Newport lleacli. Mr. and Mrs. Walker of Hollywood .spent last week at the Inline of Mr. and Mrn. Harllell. PASO ROP-F.ES MOT SPRINGS On the Const Line. Tlie equal of any in the world and set in the midst of such climatic conditions ns constantly invite to the open air. A delightful place for rest, recuperation, constitutional treatments and recreation. The new hath house, with its superb equipment, is unrivaled by anything in this country. Hy- dropathic treatments, mud baths, swimming baths, Turkish baths. Particulars at SOLTTHKRN PACIFIC OFFICES. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, Stale of Cafifornia. Notice is hereby guen that at a meeting of the director:!, held on the second day of June, 1000, an assessment, (No. -18) of 75 ccr.ts per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd. J8&0) of the above named corporation, payable immediately to the secretary at the office of the company at Covina. County of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 6th clay of 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, Cal., June 2, 1909. ROWLAND Tin' wedding of Solomon II. Gerr of Ilie Rowland Mercantile Company and Miss Klla Fleming, sister of F. F. FlemhiK. also a partner In the Mercantile Company, took place at. noun en Thursday of last week at the home of tin 1 bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fleming of Hollywood. The wed- dmn Is of especial interest to the residents of I'nriite Valley, who know the unusual romance that pivredcd It. Six years ano Miss Fleminn's parents owned one of the lal' walnut i-.niu's in Rivera, and one day 'vbiN- wuti-hiiiK tin' mils beiiiK sarUc.l for sliippini'. Miss Fleming playfully iv narked In her sister that she lielie\i-d slu- wiuiUl si-ud a wess'Ane to U> r I'.i husband. Ai-runliiinly. she eiirlnsr,! la r name and address in an i-in|n> shi'll and put ii .'.Hum;; I ho lu'.ts u'nnn !n In- .^!.i iMn'il. In I iliu'alo. Soul h ( 'ai'.i iina Ii •- i i! a - i.iiiiy whf.ics.ih'' : : n - -r Hay, Grain, Cereals and Fuel WHOLESALE AND KRTAiL Delivery to Every Part of the Valley SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING COMPANY lluiilc 1'lioiie I'l COVINA, CAL. 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 givg 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 Covir.a California House Moving McCRARY BROS, are prepared to make contracts to move buildings of every description, heavy machinery and tree moving with promptness and despatch. We have the experience of years in the business and guarantee our work. McCrary Bros. ARGUS BLOCK Phone 5008 Covina, Cal. 1,..- DEGOURDI Reg. No. 3967 DEPUTE Reg. No. 2374 Imported Stallions TERMS: $20 to insure mare ii* 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 immenaley. 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 l/ GfT. Phone 54 F. E. .DUDDERAR lujtiirc at Keefer's Stables. Res. Phone 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'.K>, Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. i LOOK! LISTEN! If you want to see that nice new AUTO Laundry Delivery Wagon, ' just drop a card to f/orheor Hros.' Pomona vStt-am Laundry, the I ablest and must up-to-date laundrytnen in the valley, and tell them 'to call t'»r s'our laundry or jrive you their price on work. We call ' Moiulav, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Work strictly up-to-date. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY CITY LIVERY STABLES vJ. i'. S.'dl'l i, J *ro|>. C.ivli;:.- M.. ..r, ih,- K.-N.- - ','-.;.;<' ,!'!,-. C t -VINA, i ar:. 1'hi'iK .?-i ' i 'lie Smooth Surface Roofing An absi.lut.-l> n,-\v f ioccs.> lhat rjsi = t5 all weathers Kerckhoff-Cuzncr Mill and Lumber C». C-.-vina, Cal.

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