Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 30, 1907 · Page 1
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Roe m R. H. FAEiRIGK Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wafcona at RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS %/oi~. a 6 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS J)R. ROXIE E. BATES Office and residence 4 doors west of Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. \y. CAPPS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Residence, Hotel Vendome Office phone 75; Res. 1075 Hours, 10 lo 12 m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8p.m. Other hours by appointment. A JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. IX REED G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a. tti 10-12 m 2*4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m Offices in Reed blk., Phone 40. Residence of Dr. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynolds addition, E- Badillo St. Phone 53. COVINA, CAL. PR. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Pliotws: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg-. Covina, Cal LOUISE M. HYATT PROFESSIONAL NURSE Graduate of County hospital. Four years' experience. References: H. D. Briggs of Azusa; C. M. Frazier and D. F. Hendrickson of Glendora; and Drm. Reed & Jennings of Covina. Home phone 40. Reed block, Covina p. J. CLINK, ' —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Gal. iQEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. |^OLFE B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home phone 3164. Glendora, Cal. |J t P. WALLACE, M. D., D. O. Wallace Sanatorium, Alvarado and Palamorea Phone, Home 274 Office, McGowan Block, Second and Garey Phones Home 273 Sunset, Red 1621 Pomona, Cal. Churches Join In Thanksgiving Service. ThankRgiving was commemorated with n splendid union service at the Baptist Church on Thursday morning, the attendance being the largest of any similar service held in Oovina. Tho sermon, a scholarly address, was delivered by tbe Rev. Pnnl Stevens, pastor of tbe Presbyterian Church. On the platform were Rev. S. W. Gage, Rev. Harry W. White, and Rev. W. O. Conley, who assisted in tbe services. In addition to a large choir there was special music by a quartet composed of Mrs. S. VV. Gage, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford and Mr. W. Q. Custer. A special collection was taken and placed in tbe bands of a committee composed of the mayor, E. H. Lahee, and representatives of various churches, Oscar Miller, A. M. Seeley, S. Douglas and Alex Carnnban, to whom all applications for relief during the coming winter will be referred. In the Episcopal Church tbe usual bright musical service was rendered and a fair congregation was present. The Rev. Alfred Fletcher spoke feelingly of tbe blessings of state, home and church. Thanksgiving Football. Azusa 5; Covina 0. A snappy game of football between teams of Azusa and Coviua boys was witnessed by a large crowd of v rooters here on Thursday afternoon arid'resulted iii a score of 5 to 0 in favor of Azusa. The Azusa ten in was far heavier tban Covina and in the first half of the game the home boys appeared afraid to tackle the viftiton,_ who succeeded in scoring *a touchdown. In tbe second half the Covina boys regained their equanimity, however, and kept tbe Azusa team on the defensive, the youngsters making some excellent plays against their heavier antagonists. The play was snappy and good-natured throughout and Covina hopes a return match can be arranged with the Azuas boy.e. Real Estate. Among tho lioavv transfers for the past week is that of 10 acres of navels with a pretty and commodious residence on the corner of Grand avenue and Pufinte street, the property of Thoa. VVilkins, to J. H. Lass of Los Angeles. Consideration 115,000. . Tbe same gentleman has also sold a 10 acre grove on the west of this property to John H. Lindley for $11,000. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkius expect to leave early this spring on n trip to Europe. Irwindale property is always in demand for the sealion is known far and wide for its fertility. With its diversity of crops, money stringency is never felt there. This week E. K. Harris has sold his 9 }4 acres, 5 norea of which are in strawberries, to J. D. Heckert, for 14000. Sale made by Fairly & Pollard. There has been active movement of lots on the Griswold tract this week. Lot 59 to E. U. Smith; lot 29 to Charles Stevens; lot 18 to J. C. Sanders. Miss Emma Barron has sold lot 18 on tbe Hostettler tract to Miss Augusta Sanders. M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Reed Block Covina, Cal. E E WOLFARTH ,. Jeweler ,. Large and complete stock of everything in the line. Repairing of all kinds.' Fine watch work a specialty. Citrus Avenue Covina. Cal. Jshnson & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing «f all Kinds Our Specialty Quests of J. O. Houser. Dr. J. D. Reed and J. L. Matthews were guests on Saturday of J. O. Houser, manager of tho Covina Home Telephone Company, at the monthly banquet of the managers of the various Home companies of Southern California. On this occa- i on tbe banquet was held at the Bristol, Los Angeles. In tbe afternoon, preceding tbe business meeting of the managers, the guests were shown through the fine new building of tbe Home Company on Seventh and Olive, Los Angeles. This central building is conceded to be the finest telephone building in tbe world. It is equipped specially for the automatic system, which is destined to Huperccde all other systems. The equipment at present provides for 5000 automatic phones aud there is floor space for tbe installation of 5000 additional phones without change. Among telephone men Mr. Houuer is considered aa one of tbo most capable managers in Southern California and the Covina exchungu has a ' record for service that in exceeded ; by none. I Death of P. H. Fabrick'ft Father. Cedar Fulls (Iowa) Daily Record: J. A. Fabriok, aged 84, died very suddenly at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of bis son, J. E. Fabrick, in Brookings, S. D., where he had gone to spend the winter. Death was due to a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Fabriok has been a resident of this county for nearly forty-two years, having come here from MiebijrM') in J-M« M»*=M|*i«* on A farm of two hundred acres in Cedar Falls township, Some years ago because of failing health he came to town and resided on Tremont street. His wife passed away very suddenly on April 6 of this year. Late this fall Mr. Fabriak went to Brookings to pass the winter with his son. He was horn in Pain's Hollow, N.Y., August 29, 1823. He is survived by four eons, John at Brookings, Frank at Covina, Cul., Thomas at Ayrshire, this state, Joseph in North Dakota, and two daughters, Mrs. John Briar of this city, who is spending the winter in California, and Mrs. Frank Tcll- comb of Brook inge, S. D. Club Women Hntortnln. Tho event "par excellence" of tho social world of Covina was tho brilliant reception given by tho Monday Afternoon Club lo tho husbands nnd gentlemen friends of tho members, about 200 being present. Pottod plants and cut (lowers decorated tho hall, and tho dresses of tho handsomely gowned women lout A kaleidoscopic charm to tho guy scone. The chief interest of. tho evening was tho talk on forestry given by t Prof. A. H. Collins, in which ho 1 spoke of tho need of supplying tho loss occasioned in tho mountains by fire and nxo, and tho work which is being done by the government and private agencies in that direction. Ho nlso spoke of tho work of Mr. Harper, the city forester of Los An- golos, in preserving tbo old trees of Los Angeles from destruction and encouraging tho planting of now ones. Prof, Collius's address was illustrated by over 200 lantern slides, loaned by tbo government. Musical numbers wore rendered by Miss Fletcher, Mr. Marshall and Mr. Howland, Refreshments wore served, consisting of coffee, sandwiches, ico cream and cako. The Dowllng Lecture, Tbe Club House was well filled on the evening of Dec. 10, to hear one of Pasadena's favorite HOHH, Kev. K M. Dowling. The lecturer well HQHtained MB reputation aa an instructive and enteri.aining apeaker. His fund of humor JH inexhaustible and IIHH earned him the title of Mark Twain II. He gave a vivid description of the cubtorns, places and people of f'gypt, a land hoary with age aud crowded with objects of historic inter- eat. The lecture reached a climax of eloquence when the speaker told of experiences in the Holy Land, a:;d eapecially in the vicinity of the Holy City, Jerusalem. The people of Covina will alwayu have a cordial welcome for F. M. Dowling. for the Thanksgiving holi- Cal- days at the home of Mrs. Bcofit-ld are Strong, origioal, practical, SUCXKSS-. her .-oiibiiw, Miss Henrietta Urh.vlon, FI:I.. "LJKTTKKNKSS" its distinctive t(;iu;h ,. r (J f .science at tn,, San He. nar quality.^ Open entire year be;; in when ready. J'osrnoNo Si-xs :*•,:.!,. dirio hi«h school, and Mi--, Ma.-tha Write us to-dav. . Urayton of the Lo.-> Anyeleo Normal. Shop on Citrus Ave 809 South Hill Street Los SurprlM. We clip the following account from a Santa Cruz paper of a surprise on our old friends, Kev. Cbennwith and wife, formerly of this city: "Rev. Char 1 OH Chenoweth and bin good wife, who for many yearH were Nevada teachers, recently bought them an elegant home on Vonnglovo avenue. They were out Saturday last among their old-time friends celebrating the twenty-eighth anniversary of their marriage and on their return were agreeably surprised to find their home preoccupied by fricndH who bad crept in and loaded their table with preBontB and bewildering decorations. Exquisite floral (linp]ii.vH iti variguted forum ornamented their r>lntoH, to which they were Heated for a repant that nn epicure might well envy. With greetings over and appetites Hfltinflcd, the friendu of thia aged couple departed, leaving behind them many a winh for many a return of their wed ding anniversary." Business Change. F. J. Hoth, of the firm of KVBIIH A. Koth, proprietors of the I'ulnce of , Sweets, has severed his connection | with the hiiHineuH and leaves toin'/r row for Ventura. Tho change la duo to Mrs. Koth's health, which IIJIH been poor since corning to C'ovina. Mr. Evans will continue the hnsi neuB, furnishing the public with de licipus crearns, candies and tanty suppers. Mrs. W. (i. Doughty of Center street, entertained a family party for Thanksgiving, her guests being Mr. isnd Mrs. W. C. Douuhty and child of Lordhburtf, Mrs. Harris and (hiu«h j ter of Los Angeles, C. H. iJouuhty of' I.ON AnueleK, Mr. and Mr*. K .). Kendall of WhiUicr and (.'. W. Tuck cr iiiid family. A Lot of Money to Start With. Tbe county of Pomona, when formed, will have a lot of money to set up business. Tbo LOR Angolos district attorney's office looked up the law and finds as follows: I am of the opinion that in case ibe proposed new county is formed during the remainder of 1007, or at uu^.titne^ before ,tb» aale at .delta- Spent taxes 'of the ''yelir r "I(ftf-l ft&W tbe effect of this provision (See. 10) will be to transfer to the new county all taxes levied for the year 19071008 and yet not collected at tho ;imo when tbo organization of tho new county is completed. This would include not only tbo tuxes of the first installment which might jo delinquent at that date, but, ulao all such portions of tho second installment OH had not yot boon already paid. Covina High vs. Throop. Snvonty-llve students of Covina High School went by special crir to Pusadenn on the evening of Nov. 22 to support our team in tho first debate of the season 1007-1008. Clarence Hodges and Walter Hepner upheld the affirmative of tho question, Henolved: That the general welftiw of tbe American people demands the opeit tihop principle in all our Industries. Tho negative was supported .by two worthy debaters of Throop. The decision on argument was in favor of Covitia but on delivery and diction Throop was given the decision by four points. In such a debate, so evenly Imlano ed, there is little to regret and noth ing to discourage, tint an incentive to do even better in the next. Trolley Club to Visit Covina Dec. H. The California HoHton Club have organized tho Trolley Club for tbe piir|icme of seeing Southern Call- fornin by trolley. A trip v/ill be taken every month to Home outside placet and basket picnics will ho arranged. A secretary will ho elected and all who desire to wo Southern California hy trolley will have an opportunity to go with the crowd and have a good time. Th« only ex pcnso will ho the regular rate to places decided on hy tho (!ommilt<:<!. i A train of two or throe ears will IK: nncd according to tho iiuinhor rcquir (•il and ull members will go together and /(-turn at will of tlio rnitjority. Thu first trip will be to Coviim, Hun- day, Dee,, rttb. (Jura will leave the 1'. K, depot about 10 a.m. i Death Notice. 1 ! Huwkw Hutered into r^Ht, No vomber 28, 1907, at her lute re«i dcnoe at Han iJiniaB, Mary Kolland HuwkH, Utffcd H7 ycarH, boloved ini.llidr of Km ma L. ilawkH and tho laid (J. W. lluwkn <" S.'-.n l''nin(UHC(i. (''uiifTitl b«:rvic:c on Hatoi'day, Nov. :;i). al. 2 p. in.., fritin Hi.ly '1'iiiiily ( Lurch. Covina. 1 n 1 1 i u.i li', Hukdali; i rii,i I i-i >. Our Crockery Stock will be cleaned up within another week. Those wishing to get GOOD dishes at less than wholesale prices cannot afford to wait. We are going- out of the crockery business. PURITAN BUT T RR CHASE & SANHORN'S COFFEE Warner, Whitsel & Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA fc-:.'^js^o^'Wi^«rVi6«^M»w*nt.^ f. Griswold, Cashier J/C Hutchiiia'n, Jr., A»»'t Cannier W. H. Hoiliday J. R. Elliott J. O. HoiiHcr DIRECTORS A. P. KerckholT H. M. Hoimcr (Jco. 10. Anderson Hours, 'J a. in. to 3 p. tn. Marco H. Hcllman C. F. Clapp C. Mcncfcc Surreys and Buggies at Bottom Prices TWOMEY & DILLER (). W. KOIC, Salesman RHone INumfcx^r, 2Q BEN F, THORPE Succc»»or to J. R, ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All hl'/,CH of well cured |ii|»' itlw.tytt in Kiock. KXCAVATIN(J AND IIKAVV (;KAl>IN<i Building Blocks, Cement Fence Posts, Cisterns Hranch Yard in Glendora. A^cut American I>iH Home Telephone 4037 il<:dH ^ Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery f$M KOI5T. CKI-JNSMAW, I'rop. /MttV,^^^

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