Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 10, 1909 · Page 5
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 5

Covina, California
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Saturday, July 10, 1909
Page 5
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======: -- ^va*»""*i --local Events, C. L. PiEher returned last Friday from a business trip to Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. E. Covert have moved to Charter Oak. Margery and Jack Clark are visiting friends In Santa Monica. Misses Dawn Wilson, Grace Armel and Anna Boots spent a very pleasant Fourth at Long Beacb. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Broadwell and family left this morning to spend a month at Idyllwild. Everybody's favorite—Top Notch Bread. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mrs. Delia White of Glendora, with her two sons, visited her daughter, Mrs. Frank Jackson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Merwin have Mr. E. A. Hoag has purchased a | White Steamer machine. j Paxton Carnahan spent the holi- I days at Monrovia. i Mr. and Mrs. Hoag of Compton wore ' guests last week of Mrs. Nora Fisher. ! Miss Josephine Rosenthal is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. J. Cline. Mrs. Harry White and her two sone are spending two weeks with Rev. and Mrs. J. A. White of Pasadena. Mrs. Jerry Shank of Los Angeles spent Wednesday in Covina, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Huff. Mr. and Hrs. Fred Huff leave today on a two weeks' vacation at Los Angeles and the beaches. Prof. A. H. Collins is visiting friends at Ontario. He and Mrs. Collins will leave for the beach shortly. Sam Reynolds was a visitor at the OUR AGENTS: , Wlibel & (o. Home's Grocery Pomoiu Sanitary laundry Holy Trinity Church Guild met this week with Mrs. A. R. Evans. Mrs. Imogene made a week-end trip to Venice, Ocean Park, Santa Monica and Sherman. Miss Hannah Amon of Monrovia, who is visiting her brother, .1. Amon, home of his brother, B. L. Reynolds, j is ill with pleurisy. yesterday. Mr. E. G. Crabtree of Sun Diego rented the residence on Cottage Drive ! spent Sunday with his Covina rela- vacated by Dr. and Mrs. Cline. tives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cool man left yesterday for Santa Monica to witness the automobile races. Mrs. W. F. Holt and two daughters of Redlands spent Thursday with their friend, Mrs. W. G. Conley. Swift's Premium cold boiled ham, wafer-sliced to order. Warner, Whitsel & Co. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simpson sympathize with them in the loss of their new-born baby. Carl and Franz Dalin and Harold and Cyril Sherwood spent the fifth at Long Beach. Sam Glaze has returned to Reedley. Mrs. Glaze will visit in Covina two or three weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ohaver and Mrs. Delia Arthur are enjoying a two days' trip to Santa Monica. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Culver and friend, Miss Miller, of Long Beach, were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gammiell. Mrs. Lillian Wells and daughter Hope are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wells at their ranch home in Charter Oak. Mr.s. J. L. Berry and daughter Mildred of Los Angeles have been the guests for the past week of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mussey. Mr. and Mrs. Goldthwaite have left for a short concert tour in the East, and will be home towards the end of the month. Miss Florence McLeod started on Wednesray for a visit to her mother and sister in Ovid, Michigan. Miss McLeod will spend tho summer there. Prof. J. J. Morgan of the Covina schools has rented a house of George Van Vliet on Orange avenue until his own home is ready for occupation. Colonel J. W. Riggins and family have moved to Los Angeles, leaving the ranch in Covina in the charge of his son, L. B. Riggins. Clayton Shipway arrived home' from Reno, Nevada, last week, where he has been spending a month since he close of college at Berkeley. Get Imperial Blend coffee—always n a yellow bag—always 25e per pound —always GOOD. Warner, Whitsel & Co. J. W. Kring, a schoolmaster of Lex- ngton, Nebraska, and Orlando Kring, a lawyer of Council Bluffs, with his wife, were guests this week of their brother, U. (}. Kring. Carroll D. Webb left Tuesday for his former home, Sioux City, Iowa. Dame Rumor has it that when Mr. ' Webb returns to Covina the first of' August he will be accompanied by his iride. Among guests this week at. the lurst home on Orange avenue were Miss Maud Glenn of Pasadena, Mrs. Walter Clfiimans and Mr. and Mrs. Jeo. Cole of Whittier. Order your cake from our bakery lepartmont. nml save work and worry. Specials baked to order on 24 hours' Baked beans, from our own ovei every Saturday. Warner, Whitsel & Co Mrs. Louis Harris returned on Tues day from Rivera, where she has been spending two weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Huff and little son have moved into the house on College street vacated by Mrs. Neil Mrs. A. Shearer and Miss Ada Blanchard spent Thursday in Pomona with their brother, H. D. Blanchard and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Atwood and Mrs. and Miss Faulder returned on Tuesday from a sojourn of a few days at Long Beach. James, Marie and William, children of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson, have returned from a week's visit with relatives In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hutchison spent Sunday and Monday with the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hutchison. Clinton Hutchison and Clay Benton left Wednesday for Matilija Springs, Ventura county, where they will spend two weeks. Mrs. W. P. Nye and children of Glendora, Miss Myrta Sturtevant of Glendora, and Mrs. F. J. Cline spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A. R. Evans, At the last moment Dr. J. D. Reed decided to join the Given-Griffith auto party, which left Saturday evening for Seattle. He expects to be absent fropa the office four weeks. Mrs. A. Neil, with her two youngest sons, left Wednesday to join her husband at Guadalajara, Mexico. Clifford and Hubert Nell will remain with Mrs. H. F. Cook to finish their high • school course. The joint annual picnic of the Gldn- dora and Covina churches of the Brethren was held in Fish canyon on last Monday. About 150 were present. A patriotic program was rendered and a very enjoyable time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matthews spent the holidays at Catalina. They are much delighted with the many improvements which have been made in the last few months, and report that the island Is filling up rapidly with wealthy people. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Griswold left Tuesday for the North, accompanied by Miss Adah Waye, who will leave them at San Francisco, on account of the illness of her mother. Air. and Mrs. Griswold will be away a month and will visit Shasta Springs, Portland, Ore., and the Alaska-Yukon exposition. C. V. Worrel, a well known citizen of Charter Oak, left Tuesday for a lengthy visit at Burr Oak, Kansas, where he has many relatives and frk;nds. On his way he will visit Seattle, Salt Lake, Colorado Springs, the Yellowstone Park, and upon his return, it is rumored, he will be accompanied by one of the fair claugh- ers of tho Sunflower State. The ladies of the Sierra avenue Thimble Club entertained their husbands last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. A. Carnahan. The time was spent pleasantly with games and so- eial intercourse, refreshments of ice cream, coffee and sandwiches being served. Those present were Messrs, and Mmes. Carnahan, Brunjes, Snrtv- ely, A. Anderson, Dudderar, Leech, Cooper, Mrs. Damerel and Miss Ruth Talley. Puritan Butter, always good, always uniform, the standard of excellence. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Miss Anita Reynolds will spent carnival week with friends in Los Angeles.. Hoyt and Glenn Leisure were guests from Sunday to Tuesday of Miss Hawes at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King and two daughters have returned from a visit to their old home in the East. Mmes. Humphrey and Needham of Glendora spent Thursday with Mrs. Wm. Crook. Miss Josie Hanson returned Thursday from a combined business and pleasure trip to San Diego and Coronado. There are no game laws for those who hunt with a Kodak. Get an Eastman of C. W. Tucker for your vacation. The Misses Ren and Gertrude 1011- ictt are visiting their brothers. Merton a'nci Claude, on the Chino alfalfa ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and baby and Miss Julia Bashor spent Monday and Tuesday at Hollywood and Venice with Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Smith. Never lonely with an Erstman Kodak strapped on your back. Your vacation is not complete without one. Talk to C. W. Tusker about it. Description of scenery on your vacation will fall flat with your friends if you haven't a Kodak picture to show fore you start. Miss Lucile Cross of San Diego was a week-end guest of Mines. Gilmore and Perrell. Miss Lotta Fruitt of El Paso, Texas, Is now spending a few weeks with them. Mrs. J. C. Goodell and son Clay left Los Angeles at 7:50 a.m. Thursday morning for Dlnuba, Tulare county, where they will spend two or three weeks visiting relatives. A picture of your camp In the woods with your friends, and the many little enjoyable things of summer will make a lasting companion in the months of toil to come. Get a Kodak of C. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. A. McAllen, Mr. Rube Meredith and sister, Mrs. Harris, were among Covina people who went to Huntirigton Dutch Monday to attend the opening of the electric lino to Santa Ana. A party of young women who attended the Martin and Hogg^ll revival nine!ing in South Pasadena on Thursday evening includfd MtnoH. Forrfil and Adams; Minnow Ruth Poolo, Lotta Fruitt and Nola Coif. Por Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. Fitr.Gerald A Barry of Pasadena loan money on ranches and improved ten! estate at lowest current rates. Write or telephone tbem at Fasndenn or call np 3. W. Prentiss, Covina phoue 2134, nud ask to have a rcpro sentative of the firm oall on yon. tf For Sale—Span of young horses with harness. $350. Inquire of Alfred Wilson, Orange avenue. jtp For Sale—First class cow, potatoes and cabbngo. Telephone lli'S. R. C. Casad. tf Armstrong's Covina Nurseries have procured 2500 Valencia mid navel orange tree*, first, alnss stock. Anyone wishing to buy same should cull 125 for further informatir.n. Wanted— From owners, orange- groves and large ranches. I advertise all over the world, and can soil your property. Address John Thomas, 240 Byrne Building, Los Angoles. Indiana and Ohio Live Stock Insurance Co. Insures live stock death from any cause. Rates reasonable. Sec Austin Warner, agent. tf Mrs. Ida Kittonhouso, room 6, First National Bank BldR. First class dress making at reasonable prices, tf For Sale Cheap—3 horse power gasoline engine, 000 gallon steel tank, pumps 14 feet tower. All in good running order. Ben P. Thorpe. It For Sale—Modern five-room cottage on Cottage Drive. Latest improvements. Reasonable terms. Address C. F. Jackson. For Sale—20 shares Covina Irrigating company water stock. $80 share. A. Rodgers. Wanted—Girl for general work. See Mrs. C. B. Boyle. 1112. per 2tp llOUHO- I'hone tf Small incubator and brooder to trade at Hull's second-hand store. For a skillful and careful irrlgator telephone 25. tf Good alfalfa in the, fteld. Phone 3225. F. J. Semps, Walnut Center. PASO RQBLES HOT SPRINGS Dn the Coast Line. The criual of any n the world and scl in the midst of such .•liniatic conditions as constantly invite .o the open air. A delightful place for rest, recuperation, constitutional trcat- iients and recreation. The new bath house, with its superb equipment, is unrivaled by anything in (his country. Hy- dropathic treatments, mud baths, swimming baths, Turkish baths. Particulars it SOUTHERN PACIFIC OFFICES. ft***************** ; WE CAN FIND YOU * A BUYER For Orange Groves Alfalfa Lands or City Property List your properly with us. * * * Covina Co. ###########*#**##* (ieori'e T. Wright a! Kansas City and Miss fjorothy Marsh of Covina were united in muiriago last Saturday in Los Angeles. The hride is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of Cen |# ter street, ami han many friends here. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Ed fJndnight and family have moved to a ranch on the foothills between here and fileridora, where Mr. fiood- night has secured a position as foreman. The owner is a wealthy 1'asa- denan, who intends to improve thei ( 'ovina. place after the manner of Silent 1'ark. i bride to Kansas City, where they will * * * * # # # # # * Say! fflancbcr Take Good Care of What You Spend Your Life to Earn The man who labors six days in the week for a living, should make an effort to save a part of his earnings for that time In the future wrien Age shall reduce his earning capacity. The man with a bank account is In a position to do this for this plan of setting aside a regular amount each month or week from the salary, Is the Ideal method of Sfwing money. Your deposit will be welcomed at this bank—we will help you save. The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 ORCHARDISTS! FOR RED SPIDER have your orchards treated with our specially prepared dry sulphur spray. NEW MKTHOD—NKW PROCESS STOWELL FUMIGATING COMPANY Call up Phone 177, Charier Oik. Plionc 190, Covina NEW POSTALS Covina Photo Views '#* W tn <t> Thfi wedding was sonicthliiK in the natu::; of a surprise to Covina * # M '-|* -H. After a short stay hi | # Mr. Wright will take his!* A pleasant afternoon was spent last | A picnic was enjoyed on the fifth Friday by the Young Ladies' Needle ' under the walnut trees at the K. A. Club at the home of Miss Ha/el Booth, ; Thomason home. Mrs. R. R. Cral-tn-e under the bit; palms. It is not on record that The needles were much in ' evidence, bur, nevertheless, there v.a.-j a good de:il of activity. Coffee fram/e ! make themselves a home. ami cake w.-n- .-.i-rvcil. Those \,-", -•<•! wen- '!:•• Mi.-.ri---.-; Ha/.el iiolm.-. K.- Kiln in. Ai)a i*f..-h, loir ]!>•;•,i a; ; <i V; Reynold.--., .limliile ;:!,<! Uol;l,!.- H : A delightful little afternoon party was held at, the home a! Mis* Ada •d as ho.stesK and seived a deli- • ]»•; endorf Tuesday aftenioon. Ten i* dinner. Those present .../ere Rev. ' I,\K was enjoyed on the line com i and ('.. Coiiley and family. Mr. and Mr:-;, music and game* formed other f.;y- and Mr.-.. I'.en K. ture.-:. MJHH J)e',emloif -.eive<j ., de Mrs <"j,a.-:. Yaw, N-ctaUe little lunch. An-oni/ iho.--,e Mrs. R. it. Cr.ii/trcc ami fan. ',',<•./- Mi.-.-, \ ,. ],c ., \, t <-in;'-i-> Mad,-line r,;,t,tr<-c of .-••.. i ii.. Mir,.-; K:-.tie, Mi,..., C,,itma,. \h,. . !..-<• 1:1 '-' r I'- A- Tl.o:ii,. .o:. ;....•) i,ri< k ':.<• Mi.-.,,.-, .\| r . You arc conducting a big biibincp.s more money invented than many IniMiiCbH houses do a tfood deal of correspondence, rlon't you? \>(i you always have suitable paper handy when you wish to write? JJo you know that we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper and en velopes, neai iy printed with your name or the name of your ranch, plac;<: of residence and flate line, cheaper th.i:i you secure tablets and en '/elopes in small 'jtian- titie-,' '1 'hi-, v, ill make your cor i> ••.)<'.nfleiii e l/u -,i nek .1 n <\ n:<it ' <tn ',''' n i.- n t. * * I * # # # # # * * * * * * * # # * # # •* * * * * * * * * # Increase Your Income by laying aside a part of your earnings each month and depositing It In this bank. You may not be able to get a raise In your salary at this time but you can save a portion of It In a number of ways. Just take notice of bow much of your earnings go for foolish things and consider how the amount so spent would amount up ir deposited In the bank. Any one with a Dollar and the Inclination can have a bank account at this bank. When you have once started the rent will come easy. The start Is the hardest thing about saving. BEGIN TODAY. •1 per cent interest paid. Accounts of $1 and up received. Covina \Dalley Savings ffiank Covina, California W5^W££«#^W^^W«$«$^'/^«a^«$$^^ SOMETIMES you don't feel like starting a fire for the'noon-day or evening meal. Wouldn't dainty talatls, coffee or chocolate and wholesome, delectable noupu appeal to you instead of broiling youraelf over the stove these hot days? Let ua serve you with these things, or with harn or tongue sandwiches—ail carefully prepared. ICES ICE CREAMS . ,» FRUIT DRINKS CANDIES We Have No Competitor in Light Lunch Menu. The Palace of Sweets TOWNSEND, PHOHHIETOH

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