Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 16, 1908 · Page 1
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F\ H. —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves. Paints, Oils an** Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons at RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. MAY 61, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS', n AlWril AlVf) CITY SALES P. TJPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Coviua, Cal. Phone 284 p. J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Elk;, - Covina, Cal. DR. 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. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. PR. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-urinary, ear, nose and ihroat, 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 t. D. RBBD G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 am 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m cea in Reedblk., Phone 40. Resl- ecof Dr. ReedE. Badillo st. Phone "§nc« of Dr. Jennings on Iwlditioo, ;E. .Badtllo St. . , pR. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. . C. B. & M. Z. WALSWORTH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS O AND SURGEONS Special attention to diseases of women Suite 306-7-8 Larikershim BIdg. Cor. Third and Spring Sts. LOS ANGELES, CAL. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. j^OLFE B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home ohone 3164. Glendora, Cal. ANDREW M. P ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. ]QR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome. Land Purchased for New Business Blocks for Covina. T. E. Fiuoh has purchased this week of Geo. W. Ascheubreuner mid S. S. Afichenbreuner 20 acres east ot Grand avemio, known as the old Menefee place and immediately weal of tbe I. M. Eartley rnncb. The pluoe ia planted 12 acres to bearing nnvela and 5 acres to three-yearold Vnlencias. Consideration $17,000, tbe sellers taking na part payment the two-story storeroom on Citrus avenue occupied by tbe Brown nud Bohri grocery. The sale was made by the J. M. Stanton agency. This is another caae where experienced orange growers are investing their money in tbe business, Mr. Finch having for years been engaged in the growing and shipping branches of the industry. DEALS IN CITY PROPERTY. R. I. Buller, owner of tbe buildings on the corner of Citrus avenue and College street occupied by Pot- ter's' hardware store and Richter's cyclery, has purchased 36 feet frontage on the southwest corner of the same block of H. Q. Bern is and Warner, Whitsel & Co.* paying fur tbe " two-story pressed brick fire-proof building for tbe grocery firm of Warner, Wbitsel & Co. Warner, Wbitsel & Co. have purchased of Q. W. Dudderar lot 6,(block 7, immediately adjoining tbe above property on the east, for 83,000. They will at once erect a new brick bake shop and oven and install a complete equipment of machinery for a modern, up-to-date plant. Sale of Bom is and Dudderar property made by Austin Warner. Sale of Warner, Whitsel & Co. property made by K. C. Pollard. Covlna High Wins Ball Game. Lust Saturday aftoruoon the boys of tbe Coviua High School ball team won an exciting eleven inning game with Monrovia by the score of 7 to G, on the home grounds. Monrovia brought over a good team and had the lead on Covinu until near the close of the game, when Tommy Finch, with tbe kases full, knocked <. three bugger and tied the score at tbe close of tho ninth. The next inning each side made one run. Tho first half of tho eleventh brought Monrovia to bat and Covina shut them out. Then, when Covina's turn came, their shortstop, Roy Kistler, knocked a liner past third buae and brought in the winning run. Lloyd Taylor pitched the Href eight inuinaa and Roy Goodell the last three, these men alternating al first base. The balance of tho team WHS composed of Sam Allison, catcher: Tommy Finch, second base; Fred Chemberleu, third basn; Roy Kistler, short; Raymond Finch, right field; Marion Adsit, center; Walter Hepner, left. Covina played a loose game, full of errors, and may consider herself in great luck to have won. This was the second game in the High School league series, Coviua's percentage now being .500, having won one game and lost cue. Tomorrow Covina will play Bouita at the Bonita grounds. Carried. On Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, two of Cnviua'a popular- young' p t HONSINGEK Hotel Veiulome INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Hctrety a;,d Live Stock. Lowest rates, best companies. Notary Public. COVINA Shoe Repairing (o, Citrus Avenue We do the heist repairing in town and use the best material in the market at the most reasonable prices. Satisfaction ia guaranteed in every respect. If you give us a /air trial you will not regret it. We also carry in stock every kind of rubber goods. GEORGE SlM School Census. The census marshal for Covina City School District, A. H. Collins, has made his report to the County Superintendent, The statistics show an increase of at IciiHt ten per cent in tbo population of the district. The census of 1907 gave the total number of children in tbe district under seventeen years of age as 000, of which 385 wore between the agen of five and Rcveiileim. The present census shows 410 between the ageR of five and seventeen and l!lfi under five, or a total of fJ4fJ. This increase of fotty-l)»<> meannaii increase in our population of al, least 200. On tlio bnsiH (jf the Hfliou) population the nuinbnr of people ri-KMliiig in our school district iy eHtimalcd nl 2fjQ(). Thi-, is » KubstimliHl growth and shows si Hl'arp cunlniHt to niitny of the districts of the county, Hiieti a-. Pasadena and Long lietich, where there Ims been quite a falling oft. Dr. Spurjjeou's Lecture. The Krmtll bul appreeiative audi- erife which find the privilege of 1 hearing Dr. Kpurgcori, the eloquent divine, on Tuesday night, (not with : a rare treat and if this lecture hud | been given flrnt a crowded house 'would no doubt tune yr^cled bulb lectures. Not. that the 'Irst lecture •was wautjnu in interest, bui. the i latter ono gave more scope for the 'display of wit and merriment. j)r. Spurgeon appreciate* very highly the advantage* of life in the, "land of the tree" but ho doe-, not i-cruple to tell Us of our faults, chief among thein being that of too much "hi;rry uj< " iii- Jrjjoke in eani(;->t piiii-e of oru pre-iide'it an') advi.-ed o-v ti pir iiAii> '(!! jealousy and ill feeling and in join with our mother country to make a power which no ;,,ition full conquer, lor the -ipM-ad :>S HH\ \iiliuli and lh(: uplift, of the world. , of holy matrimony. The ooremouy took place very quietly at tbe residence of the Rev. 3. W. Utter, 1139 Angelina street, Los Angeles. Tbe bride looked very sweet in a dress of white French batiste trimmed with handsome needlework, and whito picture hat en suite. TVliss Mary Utter played tbe wedding march. Tho bride, who ia t,ho daughter o<' Mr. arid Mrs. E. W. Van Auken of Col I ego titreet, has bf.on lived in Covina for a number of yours and has won many friends by bur courtesy during her work as chief operator at tbo telephone office. Tho groom is tho son of Mr. mid Mrs. I. C. Fairly, and is a talented and ambitious young electrician, who, after Inaring the Covina High School, took a course at an electrical college in San Francisco. After the ceremony tho young couple left for the beach. They will make their home in Covinu, where Mr. Fairly is tho proprietor of the electrical house. Junior Class Play. Friday night of lust week tbo junior claas of tho Covina High School gnvo their class play in tbo VVo- mnns Club House before n large audience. The Covinn High School occupies one of tho foremost plnce* in the county from an educational, musical or athletic standpoint, and on many occasions baa proven heraelt to bo nbovo tbo average in histrionic ability. . I Tbe luimorouH little curtain miner, j "His Lordship tbo Burglnr," contained tho old plot of u ynung lady mistaking n newly nrrivtul guest (and future lover) for u burglar. Tbe parts wore well portrayed by (ieiuhlino Aschniilircnuar, Edward Wnltern and Hoyt Leisure. "Tulu" was tho class play. It i'i a very duititv little play without n breath of coarseness. Tbo Duchess of Toldmag (Alice Atwood) is trying t.o make a match between her spendthrift son, Lord Bla/onbotrio (Lloyd Taylor) and Petrolin Seersucker (Adah Waye), tbe bountiful hut outspoken daughter of an American "iiouventi riobe." • Her cousin and lover, Jack Jiyder (Walter Aschon- breuuor) is suspected of robbery, but Tulu, the young lady terror (Marian Given) frees him from suspicion by means of a flashlight photograph which reveals the spendthrift as tbe thief. Other parts were those of a phpto fiend, taken by Walter Hepner, find tho family butler, by Tom Redd. The wprk w«i so well »W TC .. T w.7»-'~ •' WpTfWVW- yr. — - DUf VMV dainty \etrlrt dance executed by Marian Given surprised and delighted the audience and received an enthusiastic encore. Miss Lummis, assisted by Miss Lemonds, teachers in tho school, trained tho young people. Y. M. C. A rieetinjj. Last Hundiiy afternoon about fifty of our young men met in the A, O. U. W. Hall for the pin-pone of forming a V. M.C. A. rirgani/Htiou for Co- vinn. After n discus-ion a commit, lee wan nppoinlcd lo look the Held ovr and report in two wcfkH. A meeting v, i 11 be held at trie Hume place a- !i p m. tornniruv, and il in expected a Y M.C. \, man Irom I.OH Anodes will he pri.-enl to innke an itddfiHH Special mii'-ic lias been ailaliK'-d I.II. Transfer of Hu.slnf.su. W. W. N'aKh bus purchased the (,'nvina I'hiiririuey, (ormeily conducted by K U Smith. Mr. Xa-ih for the past year or two huh hee.n heiifl clerk in Clapp'H drug htore, and liis ability and qualifications am well known. He is certain lo make, u Mr. Hmilh wishes to thank hi-i fiicndn for their patronage in the past and hopes they will extend Ilie same to his suceehM/r. lie and bin charming wife will cm lirne to make their home in C'ovina. Monday Afternoon Club. On (Saturday afternoon Mrs. }[»'/.- )f Los AngelcH gave one of her excellent cookery demonstrations before the Monday Aflcioon Club, making many dainty dishes which were tasted and much appprcciatcd by her audience. After the lesson Mrs. lla/./ard was presented with a handnomn fern dish and maiden hair Torn in token of the gratitude of the club for her gratuitous Horvioos. A very excellent program was given 'on Monday afternoon, but on ac, {count of the neuriiens of the two meetings and Die bad weal her, the attendance was not as large as tho program deserved, MisHtiowan of Uedlauds, accompanied on tbe piano by Mrs, Uamerel, sung "Spring bus C'orno," and for mi encore, "Loch Lomo/uJ." This 'ii lent I'd lad.v WIIH in excellent voice and her numbers were received ureat enthusiasm. I Mrs.- A'.wood guvi! H line l "Woman's Obligations to with on Her Crime lo the Farn.e, ' (Tub tl.. afternoon at two p. in at 'lie ie-1 deuce of Mr (.'. I',. /Jem - corner < t Hadllio arid Second -I','- '••,. and l.i;.i Mr. A. I 1 !. l-iodcr. t-<. i i-1-1- ot n coiin'V hl(.'lr,', 'i \ coi/i! . i i,ni>i roads find what ha« r.r-i •• >; pli fed hy f.h»; commi-v-.io., . / v I, y cod;e. Canned Vegetables Have Their Place n>hen titty are good canned goods. For they are almost as out of the garden. But they to the back shelf, H>hen fresh, green-topped, garden truck falls in the range of your optics. The Imperial Valley Has a Reputation for Garden Truck By special arrangements M>C are hading shipped, direct from the Valley, all manner of GARDEN TRUCK; ONIONS, SUMMER-SQUASH, STRING BEANS, etc. Not shipped through Los Angeles to dry, shriOel and toughen tfhile halting, but direct. Fresh w>Jf/i the deu> upon their green tops, and the moist, earth smell about them. Makes you hungry MOH>, to think of a Nen> England boiled dinner. Better Hurry and Give "44" Your Order Better Become Acquainted with the First National Hank of Covina by oncninjf an account with this depositary of absolute security for fluids. It will lielj) you and tfive you confidence to steadily increase your resources. Checking accounts, whether lar/«c or small, are earnestly invited.. Capital :ti5(),000. :: Surplus i Home," alli'i' whii'.h MihH (iowini j sung. I The routid table diseushioiiH under ! Mrs Alwoud, Miss Hawks anil MhiH : U idnev brought out iniiii.v inteie.Hl H>K points whic.h weie, ^albi;re(l into a synopsis by the leaders. ('hocoliite was served. Next Monrlay afternoon will lr» the. IIIHI meeting of tho season, except I he meeting of the stockholders, and a Intu'e attendance is requenled lo iliow appreciation of the [.apers to be i/iven on Honolulu by Mr, and Miri, (ico. Ahcbenbrennei, who will appear in milhe cohliime and will hho.', many curios. Fatal \ >-!id accident occuireil on l''i i lav morning near the liuldosH-r jdace /.hen a Jap, 1-iuni- uciku ..MI, who »''..• I ' i n KMiling a bi-iis patch in :!.>• : I j -in tract, wan ihiown out ot i-nituy against u le|,--,'uiph po--,l ! or fe.l |r,w II i ed but a lev, n, in d\ing before I|K- doctor ci,ni I The hod v /.-•>- taken lo ('•,under Ink iug | ;i< lot >• and pi > i nl "fmerit w 111 tike place ' < N VT CAKES One half cup "f butler; one cup of HUJ.MIC; one half cup of milk; two cupH of flour; three level tnhlcMpnonH of hailing powder; one laldiiH[ioon of vanilla extract, the whili-H of Ihrei, (tggH ; tliree <|iiarlern cup of uul iiical.H. ('ream the hultii and add Ihn HII^III gradinilly; when Held and Hull y, add the milk n 1 1 ei nut el y wilh Ilie baking powder and Hour hilled lo gether; add Ihe e liaci, t tin whil-^M of r^K'i heale.i hi ill'. Hake In Indh i<li,, minute.i in ga--. ia md I IK- nul inonln, ' hrolieii in pii-cer /. I I ii.h about I '.vent y u.'e o'. en, cr.ol and ci>\ er w i I h ma |de icj c.^ i'or an uOcn fin- under your VAI.l.i:'/ <V/1uV CO. C ill UK AUuntlii P >!:,„>: t l^

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