Covina Argus from Covina, California on February 15, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina, California
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Saturday, February 15, 1908
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F\ H. —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and 'Ammuni- tiott, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Roys' Wagons at HARDWARE; ARGUS VOL. COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, FEB. i5, 1908. INO-4-4 ft* I PROFESSIONAL CARDS ifpOBT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covitia, Cal. Phone 284 p. J. CLJNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 ^Office: Bank 31k., - Covina, Cal. 'DR. R- E. BATES Special attention piven to diseases of women and children. Office and residence 4 doors west of Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. tn. 2 to 4 p. m. :Phone288 Coviha, Cal. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases •'Specialties—Cancer, stomach and in- -testines, g-enito-urinary, ear, nose and .throat, diseases of the nervous system. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. "Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Phone 75 & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS G. D. JBNNINGS 10-12 tn JJ. D. REBD 8-10 a 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 at. Phone •48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on ^Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. 3>hone 53. COVINA, CAL,. OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 .First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. M. HYATT PROFESSIONAL NURSE -Graduate of County hospital. F.our years' experience. References: H, D. Briggs of Azusa; C. M. Frazier and D. F. I-Iendrickson of Glendora; and Drs. Reed & Jennings of Covina. Home phone 40. Reed block, Covina DOG FIGHTERS ARE RAIDED i Arcadia too Tame for Covina Sports who Seek Distraction. There was no dog flght in Covina on Sunday. No credit for this, however, is due to the sporting element of Covina nud tho Southern California towns that had scheduled for Covitia one of the greatest contests between lighting bulldogs in the hietory of the Pacific coast. The credit of preventing the flght is due to the acti.lty of the officials of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, who, hearing of the proposed battle, spoiled the sport (?) by their presence, subsequently arresting twenty-three of the principals and spectators of the fight which did not occur, among whom were several well known Coviua citizens, and these men are under bonds to appear today before a township judge in Los Angeles. Officer Zimmer learned of tho flght preparations about two weeks ago. The presence of sevorval fighting bulldogs in Los Angeles county had attracted his attention and only by accident he became aware of the plans by which the dog men hoped to establish the game of dog baiting as a popular sport. The d,ogflghters learned early on Snnday morning congregation of the select sporting element that had been notified of the* event, and it was this knowledge that enabled the principals to get away with the dogs before the arrival of the officers. In all other respects the raid of the officers was suc- I THtY tflOU Uftl PftltfcO BUT ONt I HOWCHANOCCM STORY OP 1'Hii nor, irv Axr.tts ARTIST. Fortnightly Club Meeting. # "If the day looks kinder gloomy, An 1 your chances kinder slim, If the situation's pir/./lin' A,u' the prospects awful grim, An' perplexities keep pressin' Till all hope is nearly gone, Jus' keep on kcepiu' on." There are a few members of the "Fortnightly Club" who have all of the time been brim full of "the keep on keepin* on," when others said, "It's no use," and on last Monday night the faithful wore rewarded by a rousing meeting the subject of Oriental labor oxc nion was well and ably discus; vi 1 by the members present. *M,U v«f«*^- 1 ^;i.*i,^^j«^iM»4i^Bi»«*;--^-\"--. ^_ f»«-™v dignity, wilile Dr. Capps easily <w> Business of the City. At tho regular meeting of the Bonrd of Trustee hold on Tuesday evening there woro present Lnlioci, FA-HHB, BemiH and Potter. W. P. Watta, n ranohor, ciimo be- foio the board nnd slated that tho storm watoi'B during heavy rains flowed across Citrus uvonuo above liis plttco, carrying rubbish and amid to such on extent that it became u menace to his property nnd that of his neighbor, Mr. Coo. Smith. To prevent this ns iriuoh as possible tho street superintendent was instructed to clean the weeds out of the gutters, the bettor to permit a free flow of the storm water. Tile ried off the oratorical honors in the 1 splendid speech in defense of Orientals. Tho present day topic, Navy," will be the subject for cussion at tho next regular mooting, "Our dis- attoruey, salary, I'25; Dr. J.D; Reed, 820;'Coving Land and Water Company, fi^^Paoiflo Light and Power Co., 825.85. In tho matter of tho regulation of the quality of gas furnished by the Covinn Gas Co. it was decided to ~, L _ — - — -n\_ t\ A il c l*l * I I Vjii V l II li \^«cin VVJ* » u wcin vii;\.i i »-4«j*« uw cessful, preventing an exhibition Feb. 24 a notice of which will HP- • ^ which certainly would have reflected i ' )eHr >" the Doxt lssuc of tho Ar « UH no credit on Covina or on those who witl1 tho *"" nos < jf tho Readers given. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. participated. Dog fighting as a sport in Covina is dead, but tho owners of the docs expect to pull off the flght at some time in the near future at Tia Juuna, across the Mexican line. B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home phone 3164. Glendora, Cal. Social Evening With the Choir. A most enjoyable reunion of tho members and friends of Holy Trinity Church took place in the Womans Club House last Saturday night, the entertainment being given by tho A full attendance of all old niemlmrH of tho club is anticipated at. tho next meeting to discuss this important subject. I. O. O. F. Entertainment. Tho tickets for tho I.O.O. F. entertainment in Rood's Hull Wednesday evening, Feb. 2(5, are meeting with ready sale, us everyone is anxious to moot Mr. Newton Doors, tho renowned actor, who on this evening will impersonate fourteen different characters in his celebrated jirodno- ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public members of the choir. Tho house was artistically decorated with huge j tion of "David arid Jonathan." Tho bowls of oallu lilies and potted ; L,,s Angeles Herald of Fob. <J, in HH palms and ferns. Tho first part of '. report of tho entertainment given by Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome. COVINA Slioe Repair^ (o. Citrus Avenue We do the best repairing in town anil use the best material in the market at the most reasonable prices. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give lisa fair trial you will not regret it. We also carry in stock every kind of rubber goods. GF.OKGF, SIMKONOFF the evening WHH givon up to nu ox- tenHive musical proKram which hud been urrungnd by Mr. JOd Rprotto, every number (if which was cnthii- onc.orod. Vocal solos America Lodgo, No. '185, on Feb. 0, says of Mr. Boors: "Jlo in certainly everything that is claimed of him by tho "IJiivid nnd In .luiiaiittiaii" Mr. playod nnd curriecl out tho charnclcr | and ini|ieiHonated tour teen (lilfeient were givon by MTH. HuaKlarifi of Charter Oak, Mr. JohiiHon and Mr. Marshall. l j iitno HU!OH wore well ox- ecutod by the Mi.sHBH Faulder and ! prove himself a triigedinn and nn nut Brunjes, and tho violin and coruoi : ,, r ,,f tho heavy jiart, when in imjliit- solcm by MOHHTH. Phillno and Fit/.- i jug Saul, the mud king «f Ihmcl, Gerald met with much well morited ; , U ifl f ioliath, tho Armkirn giant, IUH appliuiHe. MeKHrH. MarHhull, How- ' ,|,.|j v ,.,y ah( ] action worn period. A statement was received from architect Jiurham stilting that tho prolmhlo cost of the city 1inll as per plans Niibmittod by him would bo in tho neighborhood of *!'.},400. The Hubject of the oroctirin of a city hall and tho construction of a Hewer Hystom WIIH diHrtiHsod at length, but no definite steps wore taken toward bringing thiH before the people in tho nature of a bond I.a Palomu Chapter HntcrtnliiH Worthy Grand Matron. TuoHrlay night will long bo romom tiered by tho oIllcerH and rnemborH (if 1;U 1'itlurnn (Miuptor, O.I'l.H., as ODD «f Ilio mrmt aiiHiiioiuiiH and delightful in t.hc hintory of tho local chaptor. It, WHH tint orciihion <if l.ho vinit of the (irand Matmn of tho Hliit.o ot'<Jnli- I'ornin, M ins lamina Keilil. Tho hall hud been beautifully dooo ' nitcd in her linnur, ami I.eforo \.ht: . ' . • u n i i hour <if opening it waH crowded with iharactciH. and OHpecially did lie., ' ... i... ....... ._ i thii miiinbor.H and vimtn.ri tnirn I'o land, Johnson and Kprotto Hang a (juartot, "(joodnigbt Uolovud." These four excellent voiceu harmonized doli; htfully and woro on- coroil twice. MTH. DriinjeH and Mr. | Siirotto sang a very pretty duet, '"The Sailor Sighs." AHer the rrniHical [irogram refrowl TiientH wore Herverl and tho balance of tho evening 'Until near midnight V.HH d<'Vote(l to | dancing. Very few (if tho invited [guehtN woro abwont and tho affair wa;> voted a delightful bucooas. Mr. Doora hold hiw audionce Hpoll- b(jund, and time olapHod HO quickly that, it neorned hardly ponHJble that ho had recited and played the differ out partH of tho four Htirring actH in HO brief a time. " What Is It? Watch This Space Dissolution of Partnership. ThiH in to give notice that the part nership heretofore existing between Fairly A (ialhrealh, electricians, has by mutual consent been din solved, <;. K. Fairly retaining the business and collecting all money and assuming all liabilities. <;. K. FAIKLV. irly ot one Mr. and Mr.-. Hli LOS Angeles IAI-JI llev. and Mi.s. <. iildn Real Hstate. The real estate, firm of 1. C. I (.!o. reports the wile this v*ei nine arroh of orange?:, one and half miles wtHl. of (Covina, the, erty of L. (J. Vincent, to Mrs. i L'nger. The consideration v,a--i | $11,500, Vincent taking in exchange [ a lot iri Long Ueach \alue'l at. i'JOOO. I This firm also reports the l.rade, of 'a resident lot on the, J'alm I'lace, i valued at, ij-tJOU, to Charlcw Cho'.in. i Trie sale liiiri ijoen made thiH v.i ek •of the |/rodu.:l i', e oranj'e urou- ot K. i'-. (/arl,i r. on (irand a'.Miiie, 10 a Mr. Ifockr-n t.(-)g of Lord.-onr g, v. ho (.aid tor the [.i oj i i ty H 1 :. 000 in ( a-:h arid a nin>- .'nil- ranch al Lord-, hm :_'. '. aim d at t'o. I;:,'; 'I i.e -;. !<• v.ii.-. :ii-!'ot ia'i-d r,v J'.l.i, Sn.i:lt/i-r. with (lowers and the menu v horfite. Over I'20 j,arto(/l< feast. Notice. Mernhers of (,'oviria Lodfe, I , are m jiu-.-ti-d I o i e|.or' ; I a I! al 'I :'.',(> '-.hai n, lori.oi i <.• attcrii- ill inona, A/.IIHU and Monrovia. Mrs. Clarence Menofeo preHided an Worthy Matron, supported hy Mr, F. 10. lJudderar an WorMi.v I'alron. There wore two ciindidalcn for in itiation and tho beautiful ceremonies were perfonniid in a way that retlect ed tho highest credit on the local officers, and brought forth tho com inundation ot the visiting (irand Matron. Following tho initiation, Mrs. F. D. hinliierai, pant, (Jriind Matron, presented Miss Keilil, on behalf of I he members of La I'iilnmii Chapter-, with a silver spoon beaut i f u ll.y en graver! with the e mblems nf t he ordt-i. '('he hani|iiet v, tilrti tollrr.ved in the lianijiiet rrmin was a brilliant HIICCCHH. The tables wi-;i- beiuitfolly dee-orated iii ' What Willie Says: Febrenfeary )5 1908 catena Calf Pokes: slsturs Fetter cum last Weak and sis She'tride hern Bestist too Bake gud Bred, It got at Soggy an burnt a round at oi)ur The Syde gee, Part an i laf till *>e almos bursted but mart she n>ent and Tellefoned rite dortn Too "44" for Top Notch Bread and it Was after ft oclok an The Bred got Hear long fore Nutic, an Gee It Man Fine an Sis's Fetter That She done it and Sayd It n>as t^as Jus like his on>n Man's Bred and sis slant me aftur dinnur Cans I taft and Sayd M>C got it at "WARNER, WHITSEL G- CO.", no* i hai) Too Tye myon>n Tye cans sis rfarted Him too think She bakt it Good bi, When you n>ant bread thai isn't burned or soygy, but bread good to eat Ring 44 When you rtant wholesome i bread bread the same as yours in quality. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA W. H. Holllday, President Marco H. HfjlHrtan/Vice-Prqutdent W. H. Holliday J. R. Elliott J. O. Hoitser A, P. Korckhoff II, M. HouHcr Geo. F<. Anderson Ilourn, 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Marco H. C. F. C, Me nefcc Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are tlu: l>est to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A lar^t: stock of canned jfoods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery KOHT. CKICNSIIAW, I'rop. BEN F, THORPE Succewor to J, H. ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer "f CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE Al) hi/.CH of well cured j)iije alw;iy« in ittock. KXCAVATIN(J AND IIIOAVY GRADING Buildirny; Blocks, Cement Fence Posts, Cisterns Hr.inch Yard in Glemlora. Home Telephone 4037 A(;c'iil American Diniipjiearirif; J'.«:dn Clarence Allison I'i.uis furnished lor ;ill kindn of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA. CAh. i'i ela of the. YOU LOOK WI:LI. I : I:D How About Your Orchard? l/NJON I''KKTIU/KrM'O'S SJ'KCIAI, KI<( JI'I'I N(i will food your tree , in ;i w.iy that will ]>ut (ii.uiL'.fs in iho box ;iinl uionoy in UK- bank. l,<-t u . t''l! y«u more about il. W. II. '.VJIJTK, ni-,iiii t. A ".MI I

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