Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 25, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 1

Covina, California
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Saturday, April 25, 1908
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Mr*. H. M H. FAI3RICK Hardwafe, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves. Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. GOVINA Overland Keen Kutler Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons at RABRICK'S HARDWARE AR.GUS VOL. 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. APRIL 25, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS' J^OBT. P. UP.DYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covuia, Cal. Phone 284 J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, Home Phone 47 1 to 4. Office: Bank Elk., Covina, Cal. £)R. R. E. BATES Special attention given to diseases of women and children. 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 [)R. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, geiiilo-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 j^EED & "JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS I. D. REED G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a m 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 Reynold? addition, E. Badillo St. Phoue S3. COVINA; T ?5r^£ -P -i*?" / T L 'OSTEOPATH Phone?! Office 175; Res. 23 > V '"' • ' r HS\ira9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. DOLFE B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY'AT LAW CROPS HELPED BY RAINFALL Local Precipitation .80 of an Inch. Season Total 14.31. Tho anxiety felt, by ranchers during tlm past three weeks "f exceasive- ly dry went her lias been relieved and the anticipated drought lias now 110 terror fur the tiller tit' (lie soil, siuco the glorious rains of Tuesday night and Wednesday. The appeal for rain to save the growing crops and keep ulivo tho pasture lauds was heard shortly after midnight on Tuesday when drizzling rain shortly developed into a stinking downpour, cutitinuhi^ throughout the night with sharp showers during Wednesday, amounting to .80 of an inch, making a total for the season of 14.31 inches, which is only .(Jl of an inch less than u normal rainfall. Tins timely ruin is considered a Godsend and will prevent heavy I losses in the grain country and pas- . tore lund. Locally it will stop (.ho; demand for water by the ornuge growers, which during the past two weeks has developed iuto a craze, the zatijero informing us that three times the amount of water was being run than is customary during the \ uheubenner, Mr. PitzGerald. High School Concert. Tho Cm-inn High School orchestra, bind and chorus, with the assia- itaue.e of local singers, will give a eon[cert in the Womaus Club House Fri- j day evening, May 1st. i Few high schools can boast an | orchestra, and those aro usually found only in the huge cities. Co- vim* now lu\a such an organization that is rapidly getting into shape to rival the best. This is chiefly due to the oll'orts of the lender, Prof. V. A. Fitzgerald, who has inspired his j large number of pupils with enthusiasm and zeal for their work. This will bo the second appcaranon by the orchestra and the first of the band and chorus and will be the leading attraction during the coming week. It is called a "May Day Musical Festival" and will he made an annual event. j^ollmviuu IH the program: Part 1. March, "Onicer.H' Call" (Hull). Selection (Clark) high school bind. "Lovers' Conflict," piece characteristic (Tobani). "Cnvatina" from "Leouuru" (Singer) Overturn, "Gipsy Queen" ( Laelmer). "lluii-i garian Dance" (Iseuman), orchestra. Quartet, "Praise Ve the Father" (Gunod), Edward Walters, Glen Leisure, cornnt.s; Chas. Walters, horn; Walter Aaoheiibrenucr, trombone. Duet, Hocoufl Symphony (Dancla), Miss Gladys' Katekiu, ilule; Mr. Kobrrt Philleo, violin. Duet from "Martha," Walter As- NEW OFFICIALS TAKE OATH E. H. Lahee Elected to Serve as Mayor Again. Home ohone 3164. Glendora, Cal. M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. PR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendotne. p t HONSIN'GER Hotel Vendeme INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Surety and Live Stock. Lowest rated, best companies. Notarv Public. month,of Auguat. All water available had heeii booked for four weeks ahead. Naturally th ( e -precipitation,.,,.kept warships, but it did dot tend to keep the snilors ou shore leave from crowd-' ing the boxiug arena at Chutes park, Los Angeles, nor from viewing Los Angeles and its bedraggled, and in many instances, ruiued decorations. But everybody was happy and wore a smile, breathing a prayer to tho Almighty for his timely favors. I Real Estate. Austin Waruei, real estate ngnnt. 'sold this week the Kmer.v live acre [grove on Citrus aveuue to a Chicago (party for 8&000. This was I formerly the Madison Bii&hor home- Isi.ead. It has a commodious residence on the property. Th»> purchaser has a bargain :is the place is well worth 39000. Mr. and Mrs. Emery will leave shortly for a visit to their former home in Kansas. Clark & Douglas sold this week a residence lot on Navilla Place, Jennison Tract, to \V. H. Pitillo for 8025. J.H. Matthews has sold a residence lot on West Badillo sU'cct, Wolls addition, to (!eo. SlnieuiJoff, for Part If. High school chorus will present: "Soldiers' Chorus" from "Faust" At. a special meeting of the board of trustees on Monday ('veiling tho new officials, elooted on Tuesday of last week, look the oath of ollieo. The oath was administered by tho reiiriug clerk, Austin SVnrnor, who, after he had installed his successor, Andrew IV-nce, made a nnat little speech thanking the members of the old board for tho many courtesies he had received at. their hands during his lour years nf odlce. This was followed by remarks in a similar strain by tho chairman, Mr, E. If. Lahee, who for the past four years has filled the position as mayor of our little oily, mid whom the new board again promptly honored as their (ilmirmiii!. Mr. Lahee In taking tho chair thanked Iliemeni- j hers of I he hoard of their expression i of confidence and announced that. l:e would name vho standing committees at (he next regular meeting of tlm board. Andrew Ponce, (ho newly elected clerk, (lied an app'icatloii for tlm position of city attorney, now held by Goo. L. Sanders, Ks<j,, of Los Angeles. No notion will be taken on the new appointees until the next regulur meeting of the trustees. Without further business the meet*' •' p'oVtn f -by Ijongtel low; - brohoslration by Mr. Fitzgerald; soloists: Mrs. John Brunjes, soprano; Mrs. E. P. Warner, u.lto; Mr. R. A. Howluud, tenor; Mr. E. Spn.tto, basso. The junior class will present the play, "Tulu," in the Club HOUHO, Friday evening, May 8. Republican Caucus. Notice is hereby gh'cn to the KV- piildieaij.'J of the Cuvina City precinct to meet in regular eaiicus in (.lie A. O.U.W. Hall on Thnrs.lay, April III), at I! p.m., to eleet, delegates to UK; (JHili Assembly district, convention to l)o held in tlm Womaim Club House, Covina, .Saturday, May 'J. This convention will nnniiiiitte candidates for delegates to tin; state Kc- IJiiblican convention at Sacramento, May 14, Mich candidates to he voted on at tho primary election to be, held j throughout the county on May ft. A. K. KVIIIIH, County Central (Jommitluommi, Covina City Precinct. Monday Afternoon Club. Owing to tho attractions of the fleet thero wan not a very largo attendance at the Monday Afternoon Club meeting this week. An excellent, program WIIH given in honor of Shakespeare's birthday an. liivorsary and interesting papers were read by Mrs. KaleUiu oil Richard Jlf, illnnUal ins,' '•'limn" according to Shakespeare. MrH. Colllins took Voluiiniu, illustrating the mother, and .Mrs. Jennings Rosa) hid, • illustrating Ilic maidi'ii. A piano solo was given by M IHH Kaulder in her usual *.\ ni|,nt hot lo Htylt). Next week will bf devoted to a musicalo under the direction of Mrs, Hen I 1 '. Thorpe and u very interest. ing program IH promiHcd, Irwindalc Property Sells. The Covina Valley Savings offers you u safe investment Fur idle funds. We pay -1 per Blurt an account today. Robbed of $50.00. > While wailing for a train at the Arcade depot on Wedm M!II.\ , Mr. Da.nk A. I 1 '. Dieter, who was leaving on your u trip to Lake County, \VIIH robbed cent., oi $;')(). 00. He was carrying the money in hit- hip pocket. ij. A. .Jones of Irwindale IIIIH Hold H acres on Orange avenue, seeded In alfalfa, at a consideration o!' 8150 1 per acre. A barn '.VIIH the only im i provement on the property. ThoHoll ! IH a rieli loam. This is the second I place Mr. ,1'UifiH has sold at n marked advance during the past 'evv montliH. ' K\ i ry man, woman and child in ('mimi nhovxed theii rmtrlol ism jlhis week by \l.-iting the Heel. COVINA Citrus. Avenue We do the best repairing- in town and use the ijest material in.the market at the mos: reasonable prices. Saiis- faction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give Us a fair trial you will not regret it. We also carry in stock every kind of rubber guuda. F. E, WOLFARTH , , Jeweler , , Large and coniui'-te stock of ever-,tiling- in the line. Kej-iairing of ail kimU. Fine vatch, work a aoccialty. Citrus Avenue ! iK:Vi i'Kl-.:-.i'.V'l *.i<lA.\' I HI.'Ki H n) ifstB 6 8* What is Nicer To set off desert a cold lunch- any meal - at anytime, than delicious, fresh cheese? We Have All Kinds And Fresh Too! Martin's Eastern California McLaren's Club Sierra Cheese German Breakfast Canada Cream * Swiss Roquefort Telephone your Sunday Interest Periods Have you ever experienced the ^real joy there is in saving- money? 1.5y having an account with the Covina Valley Savings Hank and making regular deposits, you will he much pleased an the interest periods roll around, and add a continually increasing sum to your credit. •\ per cent interest paid. o!' $1 and up received. Covina \Dniiey Savings Covina, California. "Men mnnt cat ... It is quite as naccfifiary that yon should eat good food as that you should mad good hooks, listen to good music, hear good sermons, and look upon beautiful pictures," l''orau ct'cfi (ire under your Victuals '('hi-,, the lar(.";.--t ;in<i ha i:d-'>:i.< -.' h< >u-,e <A vv/r ,^'i.ip i:. '!,•• ->ai. </aoii»-i -.;i!i. y Covina. Cai. ->.:r vices t^ui ,i t •, ,\ , tlic pi 'j^i am of .-. M'.n i--. pLi'oii-.:i':'l . r. h. ii o;* t r;': t /iiovvin^ |>-t,;- v, i .1 i,e rt. •'! i> -ii .."I -vD i C'OV/AM VALL/'Y GAS CO. (Jit run AtJvnuc

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