Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 14, 1908 · Page 1
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Ro.m \ H. —SELLS— 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 Hoys' Wagons ' at RABRIOK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL. 3<5 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, MAR. i4, 1908. INO PROFESSIONAL CARDS J^OBT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY •Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 jp. J. CMNE, —DENTIST— •Office hours: .8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. "0R. R. E. BATES Special attention given to diseases of women and children. -Office and residence 4 doors west of Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. : 2 to 4 p. 01. /Phone 288 Covina. Cal. JQR. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases •Specialties—Cancer, stomach and in- ••testines, genito-urinary, ear, no^u and vthroat, 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 jj'. D. HERD G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 am 10-12 m . 2-4 p rn, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m *Officea in Reed blk., Phone 40. Residence of Dr. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone *48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on ^Reynold* addition, E. Badillo St. MOVEMENT IN REAL ESTATE Orange Groves in Strong Demand at Big Prices. There has been an active movement in orange groves during the past week, and it is noticeable that the parties who have paid the highest prices are those who have been in the orange business for the past fifteen years in the Coviua valley. J. M. Stanton reports the sale of the south five acres of the Miller & Emery orange grove at the corner of Citrus and Rowland avenues, to F. D. Uaebke of Irwindale, for a consideration of IgOOO. The place has 83 Valencia trees on it, the balance being navels. This was formerly the Madison Bashor homestead. Huzzard & Welch report the sale to A. R. Evans of live acres of the Aschenbrenner brothers grove on the corner of Hollenbeck and Workman avenue. The purchaser paid $9000 for the property. There are 100 large Valencia trees on the property, the balance being in navels. Mr. Evans purchased the property as an investment for his sister who resides in England. This was formerly the A. J. Wilkius place. Twenty-five thousand dollars was the cash price refused by ,!. M. Smith this week for bis valuable ten acre orange grove on the San Bernardino NON-PARTISAN CAUCUS. consiste of, ,flve Candidates Named for the Forthcoming City Election. At, a non-partisan cn'ucus held iu the A.O.U.W. Hall yesterday afternoon candidates were named for the various city offices to be filled nfc the election to be held on April 13. The meeting was called to order nnd Dr. G. D. Jennings was named as chairman of .the meeting, while A. M. Peace was chosen as secretary. The following were nomad na candidates for trustees: E. H. Lahee, K. P. Warner, L. L. Ratekiu, W. P. Watts. Of these the first three received the highest number of voles, Mr.- Watts, however, running Mr. Eatekin a close second. For clerk, A. M. Pence was the choice of the meeting. For marshal, T. A. McCormink was the nominee. For treasurer, W. M. Griswold defeated V. O. English by two votes. This caucus was participated in by nil tho lenders ot the various parties, being tho most representative ever held iu this city. Over fifty were present. A new law enacted by tho lust legislature makes it necessary lor all nominations for officers in cities of the sixtti class to be in tho hands of tho town clerk thirty days before the date of the election. This makes tonight the last d«t« for flliug petitions for candidates. Heretofore if the petitions were filed within twenty days of the day of the election it was all right, but now it's thirty days. I is altogether likely that further nominations will be made by petition, but tip to the bout of going to press OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 TFirst Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. '-Y ,QEO. 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. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 :Reed Block Covina, Cal. DR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST • ; Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome. ,p. HONSINGER Hotel Vendome INSURANCE Surety oo-siderabl* ground. The navel trees have been pinked but it Is estimated that there are 2000 packed boxes of Valencia oranges on the trees, a conservative estimate of which would be 85000 to the owner. Mr. Smith came to Covina seven years ago with little capital and scoured this ranch with n cosh payment of 84000, going in debt for the balance. From the profits of the grove he has paid this indebtedness ; and made other valuable investments. Geo. Covert, proprietor of Hotel Vendome, has sojd his five acre grovo east of the city to D. W. McDonald of Los Angeles. The place is planted half to Valencies, ranging in atro from 4 to 12 years, the balance in navels. Consideration 88000. Hazzard & Welch report the Halo of the ,]. N. Banthrum five acre grovo on Orange avenue to Axel Muir of Los Angeles for 85000. The grove is young. Uanthrum took 81000 worth of Los Angeles property in trade. Fairly <fc Pollard Hold lafit week five acres near Gleudortt, tho property of E. W. Hcott, to W. H. WhiHller of this city. The purchaser naid 87000 for tho property. Thu grovo in planted one-third to ValoncinH and httb ti seven room house on tin; property, INVEST IN LOCAL GAS COMPANY Fortnightly Club. The Fortnightly Club will meet in regular session at the usual place on March 30th, itnd debate the following question, "Resolved, that til persons of foreign birth should bn required to furnish satisfactory evi deuce of loyalty to the United States government before they aro invested with the rights of citizenship. 13o it further Resolved, that the law pertaining to the elective franchise should apply equally to all nalive born subjects, ability to read and write tho English language being u legal qualification." Affirmative, Col. F. M. Chapman, Hov. Conloy. Negative, A. M. Pence, W. P. WtittH. AH announced laHt week, Hon. A. J. Wallace, councilman of LOB Angeles, addroHBod the members of tho Fortnightly Club and their friends to Fire, Life, Accident, Health, and Live Stock. Lowest rates, best companies. Notary Public. COVINA M Repairing (o, Burdette Will Lecture. The ladies of the Baptist Church are to be congratulated on lixviug secured the gifted lecturer, Rriht. .1. Burdette, for Friday night, Fob. '20, in tho Womatis Club HOUHC. The title of his lecture will bo 'Good Medicine. " No bolter therno could bo selected for Robert, J. i-inr- I dette, be of the small body and groat heart the merry heart that ,d:ieth good like a rnedicino. Plenty Citrus Avenue ~ ! "f sweet philosophy is wrapped tip We do the hent repairing in town ! in the funny stories. arid use the best material in the market j HJH lecture will keep the audience. most reasonable prices. Satis- i(| ,., )Hrb of | aufc , n ti;r for a good part. • at the most reasonable prices. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give us a fair trial yon will not regret it. We also curry in stock every kind of rubber goods. SIMKONOFK tho number of 200 oil "The Unties of tho Voters of Covina at the Coining (City Election." The address wflK < a practical talk on I lie ot.hicH of (-lean government. He miid: "Too often tho wealthy, prosperous bnsinoMH will n<;t touch bin htindH to the body politic and that IH tho retiHon Dial. rnUeimeHH exists in our political affairs. . . . It becomes nil of yon to be alert, in the selection of men to (ill municipal, slate and national offices. Select, only men that tire c, I ('ii n, strong, progressive and reliant men like Roosevelt and Tnft. . . . Keloct such men for your own municipal officers and hav ing done thin spend your money in making your city a spot of beauty. Make your slootn HO clean and liful thai, all people who come will talk about (,'ovina. Nothing neonis to me to 1 count street paving. . . . Thin clean and upright men to ropi i you and you can havo t.h<) most derlv and best kept, town in Houi California. " The meeting was presided i;vei Los Angeles Capitalists Secure Heavy Holdings. Within the past week Los Angelrs and outside capitalists have invested henvilv In the ntook of tho Covina Valley Oaa Company. They onn see grout future in the gag business in this valley. Expert gas making engineers have boon inspecting tho plant and already the company has underway a number of Important Improvements. Additional machinery, purifiers, etc., will bo added, insuring to our poo- pie in a very short time tho host quality of gas possible to manufacture by the export gan making engineers. No expense will bo spared In making tho plant of the Covina Valley Uas Company tho finest and most complete in all of Southern California. Tho company has loosed as thoir main oflioo the north room of tho I. I. Cook block on North Citrus nvo- nuo. They will carry a stock of gns fixtures of all tho latest improvements, including tiro lights, inverted lights (1000 candle power 1q per hour), and n full lino of gas ranges. In the rear of the room will bo u thoroughly equipped kitchen for demonstrating, and hero twice a week will be given cooking lectures, "Gas as Fuel, and How to Use It. I' To these all users ,of gas are itwvjtad rtnd the proper methods of bow to use gafl properly nud economically .for cooking purposes will be explained. In tho front of tho office will be a complaint department whore all troubles will recoivo duo consideration and prompt adjutttmont. Our readers may look for additional news along this lino from week to week. > Ba.seball. Tho Covlnu High School hitHohall team will moot tho nine of thoU.S.C. Dental College thiH Saturday afternoon. An admission of '25 cents will be charged to help pity the ox- pettHON of tho visiting team. Next, Saturday, tho iilst, Covinn gnes to Chino for a double header. Also the Chino girls challenge tho Covina girls in a gttino of hHselmil. A largo crowd Is expected to go arid arrangements are bolng made lo carry tho passengers. All UIOHO do [siring to go will soo (loo. llursey, Tom Finch or Roy (Joodoll. The gatlUJ between Ontario and Covina at, Ontario Innt. Saturday rc- '""." j milted in 11 victory for thu latter by a Hcnre of 11 to lit. The rub game will ho played next Thursday at, On- vina. Ketnrn game will bo played with Chino April -llh. Tho lino-up for l.his afternoon in an follows: Allison, catcher; Taylor, pitcher; Kinder, shortstop; (ioodell, 1st bane; Tom Kinch, '2nd bttHo and otipt. ; Ohemberlen, Ilrd haw; Cnol- inan left, field; ArMt, center Hold; K. Kinch. tight Held. beau here like with by of the timo Ijttt, will alno contain Andrew Mc-Allen, who in E E, WOLFARTH , , Jeweler , . Large and complete stock of thiu^ in thi.- line. Kepjirii:^' of ;ul kii.tla, i-im- A <>rk a .•>:,-i.-i.iait v. Citru» .'. v.-iiUc (, ! wiii evcry- ot a serious character, well ox pressed reflections and imaginative thoughlh of great beauty. j Tickets sire oti salt- at one price, 50c, with all seats reserved. The plat is at Clupp's drug ntore. xccuie your tickets early if you v.ant a good seat. , $10.00 Reward. Strayed or Stolen A Bo-,t Tei i ler, black head and v.hllt '-.tn-.ik '.u iio'.i: and a i lai k .-,[ ol :.n !h.- i i.'jt of tail, tl.'- i.-t >.i ! he t.i.dv '/.I.in-. i-':ndt-t ph-,; -.'• n ,t it , .J, t c,,o .M,,.:(•:.;!. u. J 1 ;,..:.-.- '1 >•',. ing the Hpeakor p;iid his work in Los Angeles for good government an elo <|uent and deserving tribute. Muring lh'! evening (Cobert J'hilleo beautifully rendered a violin solo, but on account, of another engage mciiL 'Aas unable to respond lo a v.i-ll d(-servod enrom. Mrs, W. '.V. Nu/urn favored the audience with a vocal sob. and the prolonged apj>lau.-c nl.e received rh'.v.e.'l how her n .-. < < t ;nt(-d b v a ( '','. i i..i a n Millinery Announcement of Minn S. Keckard. All tho ladie.H are invited to call and nee the display today and Mon day, March 1-i and 10, and following days. For th« accommodation of ladies who cannot, visit our Mure in tho day time, wo will remain open on Saturday and Tuesday evenings, Special al.tention has been given in helect.ing Liaid, cap guilds and nf.hor materials for f.he btdien of the lit'ethren (,'linrch. Wire frtimes made/ lo 111. any head or from any pattern. Also a line, lino of veiling, tho new i kind that v.ill wash and lie without. liaveling, suitable tor auto and In-ai'ii i wear. The Ice Cream Sntial. ladies of the Christian Willie's Essay on Fish. Fishes is wondurfel Anemiles. they Brethe watur with there noses an Eyes, an Ofting eat wurms an things that are not On hooks an near places that we boys fish. In The lent season they keep out of site caus we all want to eet them. there ar lots of diffurnt kind of fishes some hav fans on there uppur and lower cornurs an hav prickurs in them fans thet hert mos terrubl. Then ther be fishes that are slippery all over so they slip away from you when you Take them off the huk. if you want to see what good fishes luk like You want to go with me and Maw some time and see all the different kinds of Fishes at Warner, Whitsel, & Co. They are fresh an dried and large and Make You hongry too look at them. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA W. H. Holllduy, President Marco H. Hellimiu, Vice-President W., M, GrUwold. Caahiftr J. C. Hutchlnnon, Jr,, Aso't Cashier -DIRECTOR8- W. H. Holllday J, R, Elliott J. O. Houscr A. P. KerekhotT II. M. Honscr (!eo. M. Andcfetou Hours, 'J a. in. to 3 p. in. Miirco H. Hellmnn C. F. Clupp C. Menufci) » V • J YOU LOOK WELL FED How About Your Orchard? UNIONKKRTIIy I/KK CO.'S SPKCIAL KKUITINCJ will feed your trees in a w;iy that will put oranges in the box and monev in the bank. I/et us tell you more about it. W. If. WIIITK, District Agent Phone 1252 <JI,KNI)OKA Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of building's. Building Contractor OOVJNA, CAl,. GAS FOR FUEL | $1.50 per thousand feet net Covina Valley Gas Company IMl! Ill .night .' J'uin-h Office, Citrus Avenue Phone i<U

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