Times-Advocate from Escondido, California on June 7, 1923 · 2
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WEDNESDAY, JUKE 6, 123 THE DAILY TIMES-ADVOCAT2 PAG! ' wo I jdi h Make the Rexall Store your head-.alters tor vacation necessities this ar and see how easily and economi-,l.y yoa will get ready. Stationery, writing tablets, foun-. i:i pens, Sxvim-Kaps, flashlights, laying cards, emergency kits of First id Supplies, tooth brushes, memoran-ium hooks, pencils, talcum powder, nr brushes and combs, toilet and ath soap, ink, Kodaks, films, shaving requisites, manicure g ods, dentifrices, ace creams and lotions, hair nets, simple home remedies, cigars, tobac-.1 and smoking requisites and many nore. Think of the saving in time and loney iu filling so many of your reds under one roof! Let us help m it will be a pleasure. Folfes Drug Co. A Good Place To Trade Published every evening, except Sunday, by PEftiY EANS, from the flee on Grand avenue. Escondido ''forma. PERCY EVANS Editor aud Manager WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1923 caller In the valley Monday. Meeting of the farm bureau will be held in community hall on Tuesday evening, June 12, at eight o'clock. Another radio demonstration Is expected, by June Chafe. The celebration of the opening of the new school and community hall was a success In every way. Every one enjoyed themselves and greatly appreciated the speeches of our friends from San Diego and vicinity, also the fine exercises by the school children. Much credit is due the children and the teachers. rn nrn in rtTr. . mrLgT1-jr CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NOTES The fine Irish potatoes sent in for INSTALL ALARM SYSTEM; display by E. R. Harris, of San Pas- HARD ON THE BURGLARS qual, are appreciated. We have made room to accommo- George E. Davis, cashier of the new date exhibits of products grown In Northern San Diego County bank now this community and are soliciting in the process of organization, has them. THE SECRETARY, just returned from a several days i stay in Los Angeles, where he made arrangements for the installation in BEAR VALLF.Y ITEMS DEAR VALLEY, June 7. Mr, jthe new bank of the American Bank Rirzenthaler, who is in the tr" Protection burglar alarm system, said business in Imperial Valley, is spend-to be the latest and best device of itsirg a few days on his Bear Valley ikind on the market. The principal i ranch visiting his family. To All who are resolved to serve good. meals, but not to spend all day in the kitchen to keep their kitchens spotlessly clean but not to tire themselves out doing so start out with an ELECTRIC RANGE feature is a complete lining of sheet steel for the valut, which is electrically charged, and any tampering with I the vault doors or walls sets three large gongs to ringing, much to the discomfiture of any would-be burglars. MRS. LEE, RANCH OWNER, CONSIDERING BUSINESS Mrs. W. A. Lee, of Pasadena, who bought ten acres in grain on the north side of Grant avenue two months ago and has already received an offer of R Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dinwiddle and son, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kuebler and family, Mr. Herbert Blomquist, Miss Mary Joyce, Mr. Frank Lunger and Mrs. Northrop attended the all-day picnic at Valley Center Saturday. Miss Mary E, Joyce, teacher of the B-jnr Valley school for the past three HERE years, left for San Diego todnv. v-nni there she will go to Los Angeles, where she will loi'e permanently. The following were campers on the Rubier ranch tu few days; V. Jarvis and family, from Santa Sm Diego Consolidated Gas and Electric Company Byllesby Engineering & Management Corporation ii Escondido Service Station Gas and Oils Standard and Union Full Measure Courteous Service We meet you with a smile F. H. Haines Prop. li 1 lirrir For the New Home Nothing completes the comfort and appearance of a home more than good plumbing. Better have the work done right by people who know how. Be it plumbing, gas fitting or repairing, it will pay you to see us. Our work is more economical in the long run. Escondido Plumbing Company Gem Meat Market JAMES BROS., & COOPER Beef. Pork, Mutton and Veal Ana; Mr. G. Muehlelsen and family, San Diego; Mi. and Mrs. R. J. Star-key, Los Angelos. Horticultural Commissioner Salsber-ry and family, accompanied by his parents and friends, spent Sunday at lake Escoidido fishing. Mr. William Klasson and party alfo spent the af-Lnoon fishing. Mr. Oscar Lunger is back In the VALLEY CENTER, June 7. Mr. valley, after working in town for sev-Mrs. Donald Stockman and baby, Mr.ral weeks. and Mrs. Carter and son, Billy, of Evans is row harvesting San Diego, were visitors at the Oak his hay crop ir Borrarao. Koil Rancho on Sunday. j Demonstration of summer pruning Mr. Warren Stromberg returned to by C. K, V iUDrmuth, county farm ad-Inyo county Friday, after a visit with viser, on the Kuebler ran h Tuesday, h i s f am il y . une 5. Among those present at the school! dedication were; Miss Ada York, Mr. John Imel of San Diego, Chaplain Meyer of the naval base hospital, San Diego, and Tom Hurley, of the Bon-sall district. Mr. Fred Cooper and friend, Mr. Bushway, came up from San Diego for the entertainment Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming and baby went to San Diego Saturday on business. Miss May Dray and Mr. Harold Dray came down to the Dray ranch Monday, and on their return took their father, Mr. George Dray, back to Los Angeles with them. Mrs. Carrie Weaver went to Los i Angeles Monday on business. Major Bowers and Mr. Todd, of Escondido, were callers in the valley on Tuesday, getting more information concerning the doings of the valley, for writeups to appear in papers in the near future. Mr. Ray Bartlow and Mrs. Bell Manning gave a turkey dinner at the home of their father, Mr. William Bartlow, Tuesday evening at six o'clock. Covers were laid for twelve. Those sitting down to the bountiful array were Mr. Wm, Bartlow, Mr. Ray Bartlow, Mrs. Bell Manning, Jack Manning, Mr. Art. Ramsdall, Mr. Walter Witte, Mr. Frank Otto, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wei-mer and three daughters, Evelyn, Eugenia and Anna. Mrs. Manning and father, Wm. Bartlow, delighted their guests with music, vocal and violin. Miss Lillian Andrews, Miss Morris and Mr. Harvey Manning and Mr. Walter Robinson, of La Jolla, spent Sunday at the Ray Bartlow ranch. Donald Brand left Monday for San Pedro to find work for the summer. Susie Demuth and Donald Brand were two or our young people who graduated from high school last Friday. The Valley Center union school will hold their graduating exercises in tb hall on Friday morning, June 8, at ten oclock. Those graduating are: ! Gladys Thompson, Bernice Brand, .Evelyn Weimer, Frank Jolly and Al-Jvin Anthony. The home department will hold an all day meeting on Tuesday, June 12. Meeting at the home of Mrs. E. L. l Weimer for a home furnishing demonstration. Miss Decker and Miss Smith will both be present, j Mr. and Mrs. Wardwell and children, Helen. Harold and Billie, Mrs. Frank Lewi and children, Wilber and Em-erald. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lewis and , baby daughter, Barbara, of Huntingdon Beach, were week-end visitors at ( Walnut Slope Ranch. Every one at Walnut Slope Ranch has been enjoying concerts from Los Angelos over the new' radio recently installed in the home. , They are still adding more men to the ditch work. Between GO and 63 are new on the job. Mr. Ira Leek, of Escondido, was a A few extra choice Barred Rock pullets yet to sell. THE BRED TO LAY KIND Baby Reds 12c Baby Rocks 12c BAKERS HATCHERY (ELECTRIC) Phoue 214-W 323 West Orand Avenue j C. SEED SEASON Is Here We May Have What You Want J. W. JONES CASH GROCERY OV m All the Worlds At Your Feet Graduation Day brings a consciousness of work well done, and a feeling of pride that causes the graduate to vision the future in rosy hues. America was never so rich in opportunities as today for the person who is prepared to grasp opportunity when she beckons. You will find a growing account here will prepare you financially to achieve the ambition of your life. A cordial welcome and the best in hanking service await you. Escondido National Bai Escondido Savings Bant Total Assets Over $1,100,000.00 A. W. WOHLFORD, President. IT IS ONE THING to drive a truck and another to know how to load it. In addition to being competent chauffeurs, our men are experienced in the handling and delivery of cases and packages. Try us and let us prove it. Fresh Vegetables and Fruit In Season AND ESCONDIDO NURSERY MARTINS NEXT TO POST OFFICE Building Contractors Gates and Wellington FRAME, BRICK, TILE & CONCRETE BUILDINGS Estimates, Plans and Specifications Furnished Cement Work and Plastering Repair Work and Remodeling Telephone 198-J COAST TRUCK LINE LICENSED CARRIERS ESCONDIDO TO LOS ANGELES We haul anything Our rates are reasonable Our aim Is Speed, Safety and Service All loads insured at our expense Depot in the Alex Stewart Building Phone 154 for particulars. L. R. SIBBALD, Local Manager

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