Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 19, 1909 · Page 5
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local £vcnts, \Vm. Summers, tree pruner and bud- der, Covina. tf The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. Church will serve a chicken dinner on July 3. Mi's. Doolittle of Los Angeles, formerly of Covina, was here last Monday. Mrs. Belle Harris of Los Angeles has been visiting relatives In Covina this week. Miss Ethel Houser returned last week-end from a visit with relatives at Ocean Park, bringing with her her aunt, Mrs. Jeremiah Houser. The Rev. S. W. Gage and family, who have been staying on Mr. Waldo Smith's ranch during his absence in the East, have moved in town again. Mrs. L. M. Jefferies of Los Angeles was in Covina this week to attend Mrs. Fletcher's funeral, also Mrs. Follette's. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simpson are driving a splendid new Stevens-Duryea touring car which they purchased this week. Mrs. Marguerite Kring and daughter, Miss Alida Kring, of Nebraska, were guests of their Covina relatives last week. The Knights of Pythias will meet Monday evening at thee Rc-o garage to organize a lodge. All K. P.'s are urged to be present. Souvenir day. That's today (Saturday) with Cummings' Confectionery store. Look for these trading gifts In the window. H. E. and S. W. Lougheed of Double avenue purchased this week from Bert Rogers eighteen acres of land, on Arroyo avenue, Irwindale. The price paid was $400 per acre. Mrs. G. N. Atwood is entertaining a house party of friends who came from Los Angeles to witness the graduation of Miss Alice Atwood. They are Mr. and Mrs. John D. Blackwelt and daughter, H. A. Ransom, Mrs. C. H. Seattle and children left Thursday for Santa Barbara for an extended visit. They will be joined by Mr, Seattle In time for the festivities of the Fourth, The Baptist Church congregation enjoyed their monthly supper Thursday evening of last week. A large crowd was'present and the members put their contribution of eatables together and also made hot coffee. The program was bright and interesting. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Griffiths leave today for San Francisco and other coast points. They expect to be away about ten days and during their absence will visit the father, brother, sister, and grandparents of the former. Mrs. W. M. Griswold entertained a house party for the graduating exercises, -consisting of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wilson of Long Beach, Mrs. Campbell of Los Angeles, and Miss Cole of New Y«ork, a cousin of Miss Adah Waye. S. Blum and his friend, Mr. Jones, made a very pleasurable jaunt in Mr. Blum's auto to San Bernardino and Redlands on Sunday, enjoying the trip immensely and arriving home without mishap. The Rev. S. W. Gage will leave here on Tuesday to attend the Baptist national convention which meets at Portland, Oregon. Mr. Gage will take this opportunity of visiting his brothers in Washington and he Is looking forward to the meeting with great pleasure as they have not met for fourteen years. Mr, Gage will be a passenger on the Baptist special from Los Angeles on Tuesday. Mr. Coman of Pasadena is building a commodious barn on his ranch, on the corner of Citrus and Bonita. He will move his family therein at once find will build a handsome residence They will be a welcome addition to the community. Mrs. C'ornari has always been prominent in club, church and literary circles. She has a daughter, a student at Mills College, and a son at Stanford. A picric wa i enjoyed at Balboa Tieacii last Sunday by sixteen of our peop!e. The ride by electric car. led through alfalfa fields, nrant'e ard walnut groves, rolling hills, and later (he road ran paralk-1 io the ocean for rr.ar.y miles. Moating ant' li--'hiiiK wei.-- .-njoy.-d and thf- lu:;-)i baskets ver.- unpacked at Rocky Point. Thos'- pr.-s cut. wen- M'-vsr.-; ai:'i Mines. S. I.. r-y( •(•!)•' •••!'- •;»•;!. ('oOllIiMl. :' » V.'. V ].(•(> S!,n:ijji' K;;t::k Al;<.l- r.-fi). < 'o!tri:i : Pi- '!: s .-.•-.-> Cta- e H[.»-IH The Ladles' Aid of »he M. E. Church will serve a chicken dinner on July 3. Miss Fern Star.fon of Chino is visiting relatives in Covina. The Covina and Glenclora Farmers' Clubs are picnicking today in Walnut creek, southeast of town. Mrs. M. C. Johnson and daughter of Lawrence, Kansas, spent Sunday with Miss Wynne. Mrs. H. M. Houser has been visiting her slater, Mrs. A. J. Wilkins, of Highland, this week. Mrs. Anna Abbott and her daughter. Mrs. Richard Eddy of Pittsburg, were guests last Sunday of the former's cousin, Mrs. Kistler. . Mrs. F. A. Smith and son of Gardona were Sunday guests at. the home of the former's sister, Mrs. \. M. Pence. Mr. Bert LnFtatt of Irwindale has come to make his home with his sister, Mrs. E. J. Burner, of San Bernardino road. The Young Ladies' Needle ' Club was entertained yesterday by the Misses Byrd and Vic Reynolds at their home on North Vincent avenue. Mr. and Mrs, C. M, Berry were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. 1 D. Mussey. The farmer Is proprietor of the Boston Shoe Store, Los Angeles. Mr. D. W. MacDonald and daughter spent from Saturday to Monday in Santa Ana with old friends and relatives. Prof, and Mrs. S. S. Ingram and two sons of Monrovia spent last week-end at the home of Air. and Mrs. S. J. Walton of Orange street. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wilson and sister of the former, Miss Benda, Of San Francisco, were dinner guests last Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heath. Cummings' ice cream is the top- lotch cream of the whole valley. If you doubt it try it. It melts in the uouth. Any quantity. Mr. A. J. Wilkins, Miss Beatrice Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. Wood of rlighlands, are visiting at the home of VIr. arid Mrs. A. R. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Walton and Mr. Alec Anderson attended the concert ,iven by the Lyric Club of Los Angles at the Simpson Auditorium last Friday evening. Messrs. John and Ernest Black, sons tf Mrs. J. V. Montgomery, left this week for an extended tour through the Middle West, stopping at Omaha for the transaction of business. Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwalte leave July 7 for a short, concert tour in the East, and expect to return to Covina about August 1. They will be settled in their ranch home in about ten days. Miss Evelyn Fletcher graduated on Wednesday from Marlborough school, Los Angeles. On account of the excellency of her work during the yeor she was excused from the final examinations. Mrs. J. P. Murphy of San Diego and sen "Fred Eric" and wife, with the Marie Doro company in "The Morals ofMarcus" at the Mason Opera House, were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Broadwell. Mr. and Mrs. C.' D. Griffiths and to a comino- in the Duller OUR AiriTS: mm, Whitsel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry For a skillful and careful Irrlgator telephone 25. tf For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. We buy accounts, notes or judgments or collect wages, bills, rents and claims of any description nny- vhere, on percentage. \\'e gel your money for you. Covina Argus. F. M. Stanley, care 6-19 The Ladies' Aid of the M. K. Church will serve a chicken dinner on July R Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Hunt have moved to Pasadena. Mr. Hunt has charge of the many fine randies owned by ./. B. Coulston. Ten and twenty-live cent packages of fireworks, assorted for Fourth of July now on sale at McLeod's store, opposite Home's grocery. Largest assortment of fireworks in town at McLeod's store, opposite Home's grocery. Tell the boy to get his fireworks of McLeod. Store now open, opposite Home's grocery. The Men's Club of the Christian Church will enjoy a banquet in the social room of the church Tuesday evening. Rev. A. C. Smlther, pastor of the First Christian Church of Los Angeles will deliver a short address. Mr. E. H. Crabtree, brother of Mrs. W. G. Conley and Mr. 11. R. Crabtree, recently returned from the medical department of Ann Arnar University, lias been a guest of relatives in Covina -for a few days. Mr. J. S. Eckles left this week for San Francisco on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Carl M. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Seiwert of East Center street left, Thursday evening for Salem, Ore., on a visit with the former's parents. They expect to be absent about six weeks and will visit the Seattle fair before returning. Armstrong's Coriun Nurseries hnvo procured 2500 Valencia !iud navel orange troop, first class stock. Anyone wishing to buy same should call 125 for further int'orniiiti';.n. For Sale— Anyone wanting to buy a Ti-acre oningo grove can learn about u snap by addressing T. F. Hurko, 800 L. A. Trust Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Phone A7301; Main 35-11. It Mrs. Jcln Rittenhouso, room G, First National Bunk lildg. First ohiss druss making at roasonnblo prices, tf Lost—After graduating exorcises last evening, a brooch pin in form of gold leaf with diamond net. Please leave at Argus office. Hp FOR SALE—10 acres of good Valencia land, without water, but water can be had. Price »$1,GOO. Frostloss belt. See A. Warner. Found— On Grand avenue, square horse blanket. Owner may have same by calling at Argus office and paying expenses. It daughter have moved dious suite of rooms block, over Warner, \Vhitsel & Co.'s CHARTER OAK. In closing t'he school year a pleasing program was given last Thursday at the Charter Oak school house in which a number of the pupils took part and an address on "Education" was given by H. N. Wells. After the morning exercises at the school house all the pupils and visitors and neighbors of the community joined in a picnic under the spreading branches of an old oak tree near the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson near the edge of thg canyon. The three girls graduated from our school this year, Mary Funk, Effle Bartley and Sarah Morris, will enter Covina Union High School next year. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde of Pomona and Mrs. Thayer of Claremont were guests of Mr. H. C. Mace for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stowell and nephew, John, spent Thursday In Lan- kershim, where they atended the wedding of Miss Agnes Westerfield to Mr. Eugene Barrett at the home of the bride's parents. Wo have heard a new sound along our highways of late and when w<- looked out to Investigate it was just Indiana and Ohio Live Stock Insurance Co. insures live stock death from any cause. Hates reasonable. See Austin Warner, agent. tf Lost—A small mink fur. Sou'f where between Clapp's drug store anil Azusii. Finder please leave at Hotel Vendome. It For Sale—Span of steady work horses, weighing 2M)0 pounds. Inquire of Frank Nlcols, Covina Dairy. Phone 2038. 0-1!) • For Sale—A fine new real estate office for sale cheap. Enquire of Austin Warner. It First cutting alfalfa $ii.OO a Ion. See Hilding, llrst house south of F. W. Morris on Puente Ttoo.il. Up Wanted—$1800 to loan, first mortgage -on 10 acres of land, Azuaa water The Man with a Checking 1 Account Can Tell You of its Many Advantages. Tl is osl minted tluil niiK-f.v-fivo prr cent of !ln> business of our coimfvy is Ininsnelcd by means of checks mid drafts. I'ndcr no othor system could AVO reach the high stnte of development ullnincd in (he last fifty years. A checking account with (his bunk will simplify the transact ions yon lire now doing on n, cash basis. The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 New Location New Stock New Customers right. A, Warner. For Sale — A good house and furnlltiri). W. H. Potter. It. bicycle, tent- Call at once. Jtp For Sale-- A flno .Jersey cow, price $IiO. Phone 1 2fiU, Oovina. (i-1!) Wm. Snniiners, tree primer and bud- der, Covina. tf Small Inculmtor and brooder trade at llull'8 second-hand store. to new store. The house vacated by them I., ]j lt]o streak of dust and Mr. Wm. on San Bernardino road is being occu- j ]} 0 wring had gone-by in his new run- pied by the owner, R. W. Bowman, and family. The Argus received a pleasant call this week from Mr. John Knoll, a former resident of (his place, but now of Los Angeles. While visited many of his including Mr. and Mrs. ('. Vaughn, «•>( their home on Cypress avenue, with whom Mr. Knoll made his home for a number of years. The Monrovia Steam Laundry now has a resident agent In Oovina, with daily service. They not only do a first. clasH laundry business, but also have a dry cleaning and pressing department, employing the most skilled help. Your wants will be attended to by 'phoning 4t>. C-20 BEST FOR THE PRICE. For Fine Orange LANDS In the SAN JOAQUIN VA I,J,ICY call on or nddrens THIO XIOOIC.NS LAND CO. 212 Mercantile Place, Lrm Angeles. in the city he former friends, Mrs. Mary Dixson and daughter, LaVerna, from Htronghurst, 111., are the gueMs of the former's sister, Mrs. L. L. Hatekin. Mrs. Dixson and daughter arc: well known to many of our citi- I /ens as this in thr-ir second visit to \ California. Mr. George Itixson, a son, ( who ha» also been a visitor at the i HateHn home, was compelled to ^ shorten his stay <:a a'-count of bnsi-, iK-sf engagements in ':.-<• Kaat. ' ( Miss Harriet L. Davio. Mr. .Jas. A '• CeK rs. wife- and little son left Sunday for an extended trip thro.iKhoiit the Fat'. Mrs. p.-ters and Mi/s Iiavis ar< n,e cia'.ighiers of Mr. and Vrs. A. A. Fia\i.s. and l.a'. •• si*-.,! '!•'• - ; -' fire.- ino', r '/s i:'-n- -Aiih ii.••;:!. Mr. arid Mi-, let'-i.~: !.;.,<• d.-'id'-d to n:a!:<- I'o.in't ti.i-ir home and v.;M I,--- ]/)<-a.->-il to .-,'-': .>-.'.' friei;'ls at tii'-i:" nciine on i|;'- cor- ,..-, ,.r SMI, ii-M,; ;<:.v; ;•<-..«; •••• <\ Gi.ii..'I AN EASTERN TRIP VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE I» one of comfort and pleasure. 'Ti-> the Short Line fr.<ni Southern California via S,u' I,;iki: City, \vilh ncau- tifiil scenic f>-;: turct. and excellent train t-.urvlr.n. In addition to the famou» M>S AN(,KJ,KS U.MJTKJ), carrying both standard ;ind touriht slccjH'r.-, through to Chicago in Three J>ay, the Overland Kxprrv) t.nrrivn THROUGH SLEliPINO CAKS CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL and inuny otln.r jjuiut-, City. Yi,\ir |/;itron;j[j<: '^irn of rati..-,, Irani.-,, c via v;tri-»u?> r>'.iti-., I vvi.i },•: ;i]/pr(<:i;i *•:'!, .., ma ty h;<d fiuin ' Plumbing Fixtures suitable to California house's of all grades and prices. I have studied the needs of.the community,, and I have. WHAT YOU WANT. Fine line of bath tubs anil foot baths Conic in ami inspect. E. L. JACKSON Now in Kistler's old store, Citrus Avenue, next to Hotel Vetulotne Phone 50 If You Can Make Hay When the Sun Shines Yon can also Heat Water the Same Way The SOLAR HEATER is the triumph of cheap, indcspcnsible 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 ixround the corner from Citrus on College Street Covina, Cal. Phone 1015 //pm&" SULPHUR Kills Red Spider DO IT NOW! Best Quality at Lowest Price Save Ten Per Cent of what you earn and deposit it regularly in thia bank. It will ciuwe you no inconvenience and in time yon will have sufficient to make you comfortable in the yearn to coins. Get the habit of Having, Start an nccount TODAY. •\ per ri'iit interest |>;ti>l. ount^ of :J and tiji n-rciv \Dilley Savings

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