Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 26, 1909 · Page 8
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Mary Casad, the Bmall dnnKhf.fr of Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Casad, IB Improving from the severe Illness which con- lined her to the house laHl, week. Mr. and Mrs. James (Heath, Jesse Heath and Mrs. L. M. Swallow attended t.he graduating exercises of Wins Votn Heath at Pomona College this week. E. E. Harris has been In Gleridora this week harvesting the large potato crop which he has there. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walker and Mrs. T. P. Seymour of Monrovia visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miller the first of the week. Mrs. B. F. Thorpe entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of her husband's birthday. Those present were: Mr. find Mrs. II. F. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorpe arid Mr. and Mrs. J/ewis Andrews of Los Angeles. Mr Charles Grafton and Miss flora fJrafton were guests at the home of Mr. ! furry Freyermuth of Pomona on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George I'endi'eton and f-hilflren of I,OH Angeles visited relatives and friends In this neighborhood un Sunday. Russell Klledge of Art"xla has been visiting at the home of his brother, Tony Klledge, of Orange avenue. Hunday guests fit. the home of Mr, find .Mrs. II. IF. Ifarolnon were Mrs. Tielle Rapson of Los Angeles and Mrs. X. F. Moffpaulr and children of Sierra Mad re. Last Saturday Miss Anna Sprotte re.turned to the flood Samaritan TIos- Jiital of Los Angeles to resume the counie of training which was Interrupted by her rece/it Illness. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Luim are In Tropico tills week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. II. If. liavenport. MisK Julia Higgler, a. tourist from Missouri, IH visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Kellar of Cypress avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorpe of Los Angeles will spend t.he summer ut "Orangothorpo," the borne of Dr. find Mrs. Lewis Thorpe. Rev. L. A. Clark and sons, Willie line! Hobart, left Tuesday for a ten Oays' stay at Rodondo Bench. Bert Labatt, who has boon keeping batehelor's hall at his residence on San Bernardino road and Orange avenue since the death of ills parents, has moved to the home of his sister, .Mrs. Burner, of Covlna. The Misses Aloha and Roinona Waslibiirn of South Pasadena are upending several weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 10. II. ("off man. .Mr. and .Mrs. Vere Coldlliwalte were ^uesfK recently of the lalter's niftier, j\lrs. \'c|i|j' .Vaw, of Lou V;ir, ( 'lrM. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank f. llaldoKKer :IIH| son spent Sunday :il I'rblla Springs, near San Bernardino. The three-year old son (if Mr. and Mrs. N'eale Murrow has been (|uile ill I his wek. Marl I'hllleo leaves In a I'e'.v days for Cold Hrook Camp lo spend ills vaealiun. lie will be employed by 'I'liolngraplHT Ci'ay of A/usa, who makes a specially of securing views 1 of beautiful inouiiliiln scenery. M it-is Miidiiline Crablrcc ol' 1'asii- il«Mia is upending (he summer at the lionie o|' her brother. l(. It. Crabtrec. Mr. ami Mrs. (>. M. llaur.liman and 1,1 t'-.' tl"l|K.hler Mll.ll'eil of |,i is Angeled v.i-i'i' gin-sis of .Mrs. .1. M. Crane on Sunday. M'IMS Virj;i!iia Koot of Orange ave Idle |e:nis next week lo spend her \aeaiinii \isiiiiiK nlutive.s at Oakland ;«nd San Francisco. Mrs. Daniel Uelchard spent several clays in Clareiiiout this week attend- iug the commencement exercises of the college. Solon Rhodes, manager of the electrical powerhouse at Arlington, River s,ii|e county, is -isiling his parents, Idr. i'.inl Mrs. I. X. Rhodes. Miss Mary Kllcdge is niiiKin-' a two veeks' visii with her aunt. Mrs. Sim- luons. of Pasadena. Alioul I'oriy residents of Si'ii Her- lianiiliii initil uncl vicinity inel last I'llihiy niubl at (lie home (i|' Mrs. G. .1. Reynolds lo discuss plans for op- I'u.-.ihL' t|,e aiiinii wliidi is beini; made In lia\e the right of way 1'ur the neu iiiii omobile lionle\ard cliant'ed li'oin H;ui P,ei irii'diin road lo Pueiile ;-•! iv> i. I-'. ('. I ie\ i-iiilcirt' was appoint >'d chairuiMi. .I.Ti'inc Reynold^- sei re lary, and II. Miller treasurer of t lie llieeiilig. M'.U'e detillile I'l.'HlS \\ ! !l lie (lerlei le:| al a Illeel \l,:: I,eld |ill,k:il( al 1 1! i • I { e y I it 11 d >' 11 o III e. i i-'iiia n I >;i k ivi nnn-d i <-i > • :.t iy 11 om ;i ;•-: i •! i :-,! ay at ( 'oltoii. Tin- IIMI !:•-! .- appninli-d In 11 n h ai i.i..'. i-r \/n>a si ln.nl dliniu; ll:e in-\i v--:i r al"' : Pi'iin i |<a I. M l:-s 1.1-1 PIC.! I-i owning i it 1.11.-, A n-'<-!i-,-; \ hi ei 'iin-d la'e made.-,. Mi.-s N'.-lln- I i.nldo, k i. 1 J.i..- Angel, .-; |,i in.;,! \ L.I ..,!,-, \[! - . Bertha Dorsey of A/ma. Miss Browning takes the place vacated by Miss Lura Manning, who has held the prln- elpalsiilp of Lower A-/,usa. and Centr-r schools for many years. Mins Margaret Brandt of Covina will teach at Center school, succeed- In f? Mls« Bessie Leebrlck, who was the teacher last year. George Semier sold this week to Mr. Maxfleld of New Orleans eight acres of bearing orange KIQVR on Lark Ellen street. The plaee 1st improved with a five-roomed cottage. Mr. Semler received $13,000 for the property. The new owner will reside upon the place, taking possession in about two months. Mr. Gerald Waterhouse of Pasadena attended t.he graduating exercises of Covlna High School last, Friday even- Ing, iil.'i sister, Miss Kdlth Waterhouse, being among t.he graduates. Mr. and Mm. Hicks and children of Los Angeles spent, the week with the former's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks. I. H. Simpson Is driving a Stevens- Duryea touring ear, v/hlch he purchased last week. Mrs. Reitx and two children of Pasadena visited Mrs. Clara Ayers the latter part of last week. Bert Rogers sold last v/eok to H. K. and S. W. Lougheed of Double avenue, eighteen 'acres of land set to young walnut, trees. The property Is located on Went Arroyo Drive and was formerly the, site of the Flckle- wlrtli ranch buildings. Mr. Rogers received $400 per acre. Sunday guests att he home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Root, were: J. M. Ferrel and little son of Los Angeles, Chas. Root of Yurnii ami W. H. Root, of Pasadena. WALNUT CENTER Mrs. F. .(. Stimson was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ware of Ocean Park. Miss Marian Haley of Pnente road Is enjoying a visit from Miss Edna j Kraft of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brewstor made a trip .through the Santa Ana valley by automobile on Sunday. Mrs. S. L. Watts visited with her mother, Mrs. Wilbur of Compton, over tho week end, Mr. G. P. Stevens and family made n trial trip In their now automobile Sunday, visiting friends In Uplands. Miss Halllo Wllllts, daughter of Mr. {and Mrs. John Willltts of this place, was one of the graduates of Uie LOB I <\ngeles Normal last week. At tho ! opening of t.he fall term, Miss V.'lllltls ' will have charge of the Temple school, , soul h of Monlo. | Mrs. William Harper accompanied her two little daughters to Long I'.each Sunday. The 111 lie girls will upend two weeks visiting their grand- mol her, .Mrs. Win. I larper, Sr. BALDWIN PARK i II. II. Ames left this week- for Sun- la Maria, where he will join Mrs. AineH. They will spend their vacation at Santa Maria visit ing friends, i Miss Jessie Pratt of Los Angeles spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pratt of Clark street. C. L. Power, who lias been ill in I .os Angeles for many weeks, return- id lo his home here tills week entirely reco\ered in health. .Mrs, C. (). Mershon returned the Mrni of the week llolll Los Angeles where she had been \isiling friends lor several days. Mr. ami Mrs. .Mark I lutchci of!' of Ua.Hsclt spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Stevenson. Rev. C-rlbhle of Los Angeles will give a temperance address at Hit 1 schoolhoiise Sunday afternoon. Mr. Donald Rogers of Los Angeles visited his parents, Mr. and Mis. An gel. over the \veek end. Airs, llenry Davis spent this week al the home of her daughter. .Mrs. Maker of (ilendale. Or. and Mrs. Deiiricli are entertaining Mrs. Van Lue of l.os Angeles. W. II. Tow nsend recently added to tile inipl ov emelils which lie has been making on iiis property on I .us An i.eli'S street by plll'chaMle.; a splendid new team and carriage. Mr. I'erkii.s el' l.os Angiles ivieii'- iy moved to hi* Maidv\ in I'.M'X prop eil v . Pt'liNTl:. II A I in uli, i'\> i ulur. :iiul M r K.ii i hilil iiiul (\ Itanium, u|iprai--rr.> nt i ! 1 1 • I ! . 1 1 1 1 u i 1 1 i • > i a 1 1 • \\ i • 1 1 • in ! 1 1 u 1 1 'Aif 1 I >! cl! llh' Ui'i-U Slll\i'\i)l.- Iilr IMI.> ill V n! k :-!lln|l\ lillliy I In- I l.lM U ! •' I .un h in i |i.i ! ..' i'i \ 1 ii put in..: H I'll ! '..'• Mrs. JamoB Stono was failed to rinrtnnaU, Ohio, this week by the death of her aunt. The monthly Sunday-school social wan hold Saturday night, at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Morrln. A large party of Puent.e people made- the trip i to the Morris home in a hay wagon The usual social time, with games unrl refreshments, was enjoyed. I Mrs. Isaac Mclnnls IB the guest of j Judge and Mrs. Bicknel of Los Angeles this week. On Sunday the newly organized haseball teams played a game which roBulted In the defeat of the Pnente nine by the Baldwin ranch hay balers by a score of 11 to 4. Wolfe & Son, commission firm of l.os Angeles, shipped three carloads of potatoes which they purchased from \V". K. Newton this week. Mrs. W. K. Hart of Puente entertained Thursday the Ladles' Afternoon Club. Games were played and a Jolly afternoon wan spent, after which ' a dainty luncheon was served, con-' sIstliiK of ice cream and rakes and ; coffee. The ladies left at a lute hour: for their homes. Those present were: : Mrs. Joliii Frank, Mrs. 10. fJ. Rrock- riian, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. ] (''icklesvorth, Mi.HH Mart, Miss Berry, 1 find the Misses Flekleworth. The next ! meeting will be with Mrs. Mr*. K. C-.\ lirorkni!!!!, Thursday, July I. 100!). j _ | Sacred Concert. | Ko!lowing i.s the program for a sacred concert to be rendered at. the M. | K. riiurch, Sunday evening, June Tc, Voluntary, Sunday-school orchestra. llyruii, "Ilow Firm a Foundation" (Kelt he). H'Tiplure lesson. Cornet duet, "I Would That My Love" I Mendelssohn), Mr. Kd Walters, Mr. (Menu Leisure. Prayer. Song, "The flescue"! Phillips). Miss Devendorf. Violin solo, "Halul f)' Amour" (101- ger), II. W. (Iroom. Anthem, "Hand Your. I leart" (llob- erli-ii, choir. Saxophone duet, "Dream of the Shepherdess," Mr. Wallace Hoed, Mr. Waller llepner. A dress. Rev. Harry Wliito. Hymn, "Abide With Me" (Monk), congregation, choir and orchestra. Notice to Appear. Action brought In the Pupftrior Court of the 8tate of California, .n an«J for the County of Loa Angeit-fl. and the complaint filed in said County of IMS Angeles, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of I>os Angeles. Ouy 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 against you In the Supc-rlor Court of the County of Los Angeles, 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 aptjear and answer as above required the 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. fJivon under rny hand and the seal of the Superior Court, of the County of Lr;s Angeles, State of California, thisl«th day of Feb.. A. D., 1008. C. G. KIOYFOS, Clerk. (Seal) By C. O. Winters, 7-:;i Deputy Clork BEST FOR THE PRICE. For Fine Orange LANDS in the SAN JOAQUIX VALLEY call on or address THfi KIGGIOXS LAND CO. 212 Mercantile Place, Los Angeles. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Los Atige- !en, State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of tiie directors, neld on the second day of June, 100!), an assessment, (No. 4K) of 75 cents, per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd, 1880) of the above named corporation, payable Immediately to the secretary at the olfico or' 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, 1900, 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. Hay, Grain, Cereals and Fuel WHOLESALE AND RRTAIL Delivery to Every Part of the Valley SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING COMPANY 1 lonie Phone 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 drag and chemical we use is selected for pov/er, 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 Covina 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. DEGOURDI Reg. No. 3967 DEPUTE Reg. 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. Covlna Horse Breeders Association OfT. Phone 54 F. K. DUDDEKAR nquire at Keefer's Stables. Res. Phone 146 COVINA ^&ss "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 arid U. S. Mail Service. For information and literature regarding the great MT. LOWIO Trip, riRACH RESORTS and other points of interest, see local agent, or address General Passenger Department, Room 2'",, Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. LOOK! LIST PIN! It' you want to see that nice new Al'To f,.ii:i:M-v lK-!iverv Wagon, i ju-.t drop a card lo I.orbeer lJn>->.' I'ouii.n.: Steam Laurulrv, the ; ablest and most up-to-date laundrymen in i!ie vaiiov, and toll them to call for your laundry or yive you their price on work. \Ve call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Work strictly up-to-date. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY CITY LIVERY STABLES Mi ; 1 1 . i ! Mi.- \ 1 1 1 1 • i , i i ' I ! '. 1 1 : i ; ; i . • I u i i . 1 I i:l> U ••••K t I 1 . 'Ill Sill:! ;i I', I! li.ll .1 C. I". SMI IH, Prop. w. HU! s o, the , ,c Smooth Surface Roofing An .bsulutcl* new process that reiUt, all weather, Kerckhof f -Cuzncp Mill and Lumber Cs. Covlna, Cal.

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