Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 21, 1907 · Page 1
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Mr*. H. M .F«utd«r . H. FAtiRICK. —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Ktitter Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons at RABRICK'S HAROWARE ARGUS VOL. 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, DEC 21, 1907 NO PROFESSIONAL CARDS QQy^^ J^LTY ON THE MOVE ROXIE E. BATES of Office and residence 4 doors west Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. . CAPPS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Residence, Hotel Vendome Office phone 75; Res. 1075 Hours, 10 to 12 m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8p.m. Other hours by appointment. & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. RBBD 8-10 a m O. D. JENNINGS 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. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Phone§: 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 Briggs of Azusa; C. MP Frazier and D. F. Hendrickson of Glen dor a; References: H. D. and and Dr». Reed & Jenniiigs of Covina. Home phone 40. ' 4 Reed blocfy Covitta Big Ranches Purchased and Fine Residences to be Erected. Oue of the heaviest transfers noted during December in the local real estate tnnrket has been the sale of the Geo. Reeg 20 acre orange grove on the east city limits, fronting on the car Hue, for 840,000, the purchaser being D. L. Peters of Pasadena. Mr. Petera was out yesterday and made arrangements to move the residenoe now on the property to make loom fora 815,000 home, which be will occupy as soon as completed. This is one of the most beautiful building sites in our city and adjoins the site purchased for the new high school building. The Hazzard & Welch ^Co. reports the sale of twenty acres of oranges and raw land owned by Henry Frey to A. J. Warner of Los Angeles. Consideration 816,000. Long Beach property, valued at 817,000, was taken in exchange. This firm has a large clientage as they are known as hustlers the entire length of the Sau Gabriel valley. Another big sale is reported by Fairly & Pollard, the 20 acre orange grove of A. P. Kerckhoff, east of his home place on Puente street, to Geo. I. Lytle of Los Angeles, for §25,000. There is no residence on ,.„ the • property at the present time, bat the pur- Visited Imperial Valley. B. F. Thorpe returned this week rom Imperial valley, where ho has been on a tour of inspection, primarily looking into the prospects of citrus culture in that locality. While awny he visited Imperial, Brawley, El Centro and Holtville. He found each plane full of home- seekers and parties seeking investments and the business men all doing flourishing trade. What few marvels there are, are earlier than those )f this vallev ami much citrus stock is being prepared, but the industry will have to be tried out before confidence can be established that ;here is no danger of frost. The chief industries at present are stock raising, especially horses and hogs, and the growing of early melons. ' From Brawley 5000 turkeys were shipped to Los Angeles for the Thanksgiving trade. At El Centro Mr. Thorpe saw a horse sh/jw where over 40 head of fine stock were on exhibition. Altogether he is much pleased with bis trip and echoes the President's opinion bhat land there will soon be worth $500 to $1500 an acre. •^*£ < '• ' J « —DENTIST— Office hour*: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. 7 Home'Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. QEO. I*. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGBLES, B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home phone 3164. Glendora, Cal. 3 t P. WALLACE, M. D., D. O. » Wallace Sanatorium, Alvarado and Palamarea Phone, Home 274 Office, SMcGowan Block, Second and Garey' Dv,««« Phones Home 273 Sunset, Red 1621 Pomona, Cal. West' Badillo street, just west of Third street, has been sold for §1300. The lot is 60x175 feet and planted to Valencies. Mrs. C. A. Daniels ban traded her residence on West Bndillo street aud $1000 for four lots and the old ranch bouse on Badillo street and Palm Place. ANDREW M. PENCE} ATTORNEY-AT-LAW _-* Notary Public ,Reed Block Covina, Cal. DANCING SCHOOL. In the Womans Club House, Covina, Deo. 19, and continuing every Thursday. Ghilrdeu's class for beginners, 4:30 to G. 35 cents a lenson. Adults 7:45 to 9. Dancing until 11 p.m.; gentlemen 50 cents. Ladies invited. F, E WOLFARTH , / Jeweler . . Large and complete stock of thintf in the line. Repairing of all kinds. Fine watch work a specialty. Citrus Avenue Covina, Cal. Fleming to Start Action Lanterman. to Oust 1 Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS BlacksmiJhing af all Kinds Out Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave Lines of'the Anti-Divisionists. The Argus lias befin successful in securing a description of the boundaries of the territory which thoanti- divisiouists propose to exclude from Pomona county, if possible. They make the claim that they have already secured sufficient signatures on the petition, but it is noticeable that they aro still using every effort to secure additional names, whiiih would scorn to contradict their claims of victory already achieved. The lines are as follows: Commencing on county line in San Antonio canyon one-half mile south of Hngsbaok, thence west on lino to northwest corner of 1-1-9, thenne south on west line of 1-12-13-24-2G and 30 to point on Mesa avenue, thence east on Meaa avenue to roac east of O. K. Young, thence southwest on a road to a road weal aiu south of Tangernan place, thence west on center lino of 8-2 and 3 t< west line of I), thence Houth on eaut line I of sections J and 'J to northeast cor- ' ner 16, thence southwest to wewl lino of section 10, thenco southeast across section 21 and along Lit I'lunito ranch line to about center of section 28, thence diagonally to the southwest corner of section '20, thence southeast to the center of section fj, thence southwest to point in section 0 on a road about one-eighth mile went of the east line of .section (i, thence south one-half mile,, che.nee about one-eighth mile to the motion line, thence south along went line of sections 8-17-20-29 and li'J to county line. Notice to Tax Hayer& of Cwvina. All taxes are now due and payable. All taxes will beeorue delinquent, on the last Monday in {./eeeniber at & ; o'clock p.m. and if not paid prior thereto a penalty of 10 per cent. will bb added thi reto. | Taxes may be paid at the office of the City Tax Collector in the, llo-rne Telephone building on and after Oct.. 5th, 1007. I. C. KAIKLY. Tax Collector. Prosecuting Attorney E. J. Fleming declared Thursday that he would issue a complaint against Coroner R. S. Lanterman, charging him with intoxication under a statute which provided for the forfeiture of office by any county official found guilty of disability to perform his official duties by reason of intoxication. Mr. E!sffi!n Gifford, who arrested Dr. Lanterman Tuesday night hi a house on Ord street. If the charge is proved, Mr. Fleming says, the office of Coroner of Los Angeles county can be declared va- oant and the Board of Supervisors be called upon to appoint another man to the office. Coroner Lantermnn professed contempt for what ho declared was an evident political attempt to dispose him from office in favor of some one else, and ended by saying that he would uot resign. • "I cannot understand the source of this attack,'.' he said, "but I will find out what it is before I am through with it, 1 am not guilty as charged and I shall prove it. This thing is going to bo fought out to the end and in that end I am goliiK to bo vindicated. " Hotel Vendome Under New Management. Hotel Vendome is under now management. Mr. J. D. Drown and wife being compelled by pressing business affairs to return to Fort Wayne, Indiana, and an this will probably consume several months, they thought it wise to noil t.heir louse, the pur chaser being Mr. (Jeo. Covert, The Vendorno hnn ulwayn been one of the best hiiti-ls in the valley and the reputation will be fully maintained under the new management. Real listate f-'irms Consolidate. The real eslait) firms of the Maz x.ard Realty Company and R. i. Welch have consolidated and the new firm will be known as ilax/ard A Welch. In Low Angeles the firm will be represented by C. L. Herein, who for the pant few months haH been in the Cnvina office. The cunnnM- dationof these linns will make it one of the i^tron«eKt in the valley and the (.eihonnel in compound without exception of wideawake, h.n-l Senior Class Play. To n crowded audience on Friday night, and a fair-sized ono on Saturday, the senior class of our high school presented their piny, "All tho Comforts of Home," and those who expected tho usual amateurish performance wore agreeably surprised by a remarkable degree of histrionic talent. Much credit, is duo tho class tenoh- or, Misa Hitwes, and Miss Lemonds, the English teacher, who worked so hard in training their pupils and staging the play. Tho play itself is ono which has been performed by somo of our host professionals. The plot was a particularly laughablo ono. A jealous man with a charming daughter and equally charming second wife, think? . OTIC of tho former's lovers is attracted by the latter, and in do- spuir whisks the family away to Europe, leaving in charge of the commodious home an impocunioua nephew. Being in desperate uecd of funds, a bright idea occurs to the nephew, and with tho help of a sim- plo-minded young man who doesn't care about money but likes the idea of getting 'alf, he fits the house up for roomers with a common living room for all. Soon the rooms nro let to all kinds of people and a general mix-up occurs and all sorts of funny things happen. Just as things get to their worst, a telegram announces the return of tho family with tho lover tagged right, and the boarders make themselves scarce. Every part was well enacted nud it would be unfair to pick out somo for special praise, only that some characters were more prominent. vr 5?aul Ouster was iaiasljsble as ,the libe\v-tfntT iWer, v dba liB8 fcbowii bis ability in like manner before. Hoyt Leisure, as tbe man-of-njl-work, wna particularly good. Harry Neil as tbe retired business man with too much spare time on his bands, made realistic lovo to tho young lady from the opera comiquo (Miss Philloo), and these two wore particularly noted for their facial expressions, which, ono may imagine, wore remarkably true to life. Tho former was well watched by his suspicious wife, May Hull, and Jlattio Nyo was very sweet as tho daughter, Mr. Ouster's sweetheart. CliarluH Walters was the nervous musician, who had all kinds of fits. Frank Chapman was the jealous man, Loisel Leighton his second wife, and'Clani Fensoin his daughter. Minor imrts were taken by Hohert Philloo, Walter Asohonhrmmttr, Charles Perrin, Lloyd Taylor and Sad if! Lincoln, Violin solos by Kobcrt Philloo, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fit/- grirald on Friday evening, and by Vyvyenno Fiiuldor on Saturday evening, were a welcome addition to a very excellent entertainment. Obituary. .John A. Miller, father of H. Miller of West, Cypress n venue, puss- ed invay Thursday afternoon at. ft o'clock. He WHH burn in Ostitgn eourity, New York, March !•!, iH'JIi. The hiHt. three y"Hrs of |I!H life were Hpeut, here with his son, nod until the liiHt, three months he enjoyed re markiibly (food health. Mi" passing away wan without any puin or strug He was prepared for IIJH summons, for ho hail li\e<l a true ChriHthn life almost, nil of his Hojoiirn here. Funeral services will he conducted at, the home thin morning at. 10 oYlor-k by the Kev. W. (i. (Jouie.y. Inti-i'iii'iit. a I. (Jakdale, No Need to Be Without Good Things to Eat on Christmas Day PLUM PUDDING MINCEM13AT LAYER RAISINS SEEDED RAISINS PEACHES CHERRIES CRANBERRIES APPLE BUTTER CITRON OLIVES PEARS APRICOTS Everything- for the Christinas table. Only one quality—THE BEST. PURITAN BUTTER CHASE & SANIJORN'S COPI-EE ; | Warner, Whitscl & Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA W. H. Holliday, President Marco H. Hcllman, VIcc-Prealdcnt W, M. GrUwoW Ca»h'ier J. C. Htitchinsou. Jr.^Aw't Cashier DIRECTORS IBM W. H. Holltday J. R. Elliott J. O, HoUBcr A. P. Kerckhoff H. M. Ho user Geo. 13. Anderson Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Marco H. Hell man C. F, Clapp C, Mcncfce BEN F. THORPE Successor (o J. R, ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All fti'/,»;H of well cured pipe always iti ntock, EXCAVATING AND HKAVY GRADING Building Blocks, Cement Pence Posts, Cisterns liranch Yard in Glendora. Home Telephone 4037 A.gcnt American I)m;ippe.aring JJ<;dn SOMETHING NEWI Arc you interested in Saving Fuel and Labor In your home? If so, come and sec demonstration of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE Stowell Fumigating Co. i:XI>l:RII:NCi:l), PRACTICAL PUIHIGATORS Alfred I', (irifflth Answers. A/usa, Uec. 2U, '07, Ivli'or Argils: On my return after an absence, of five, day« I hv accident picked iifi the Argun iinrl there found Mr. Sheppcrd'H letter and absence again yesterday ha.4 pr vented ,'ne from taking the matter of a del,ale ujj in lime for your paper ihih week. i will n-ply to liiui in time for your next ihnue. I asMime Mr. Hhep peril dchiieri a reply through the pap«:r. A Hied I'. Crifiith. Hied: MIH. K. Wilmira Jiverley, j (!)(• beloved wife of Chiirles and dau ; filter iif W. A. Lamlnv, fiorn pulnin ! ntiiy lubeiculubln, »ged V> yearn, ;rl'liuni: 177, ( \\\ after < );ik mouths and .'! driyw. The- funeral v.ill be held from the residence on Thi;d Klreet at, 'I o'clock on Sunday afterrMidii. The deeeaHeil han been a le.-ident <>f thi.4 city ior nearly tv\u Work (iuarantced. 1 'rices Reasonable. I'lione , Covina i'uy With Clsetk or .Strip City fa/.'-H iiiay be, paid iri either cheek.i <>r HI:: ip. .i. t,. iiurchiii.iou, Jr., (,'ity 'I'ri.-a» iiier. I. C. Fairly, Ta.» Cnllector. Shop just south of S. P. Depot. Northside Meat Market UIAS. A. SIMMONS, Prop. We carry nothing but tin; best. 1'rires Reasonable. AH Meats Government Inspected. OKUKKS SOUC1TKI/ AND i>KI,I VKKKI). Home IMioiie 1144

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