Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 27, 1908 · Page 1
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j. M«nK1«wt« —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Pttints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williauis Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVI Overland! Keen Kutler Roadsters The Finest Roys' Wag-ons at F^ABRIGK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL COVINA, CALIFORNIA, S/tTURDAY, JUNE 27, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS •» . P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 p. J. CI4NE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., Covina, Cal. ROXIE E. BATES, M.D. Special attention given to treatment of diseases of women and children. Office and residence East College St., first door E. of First National Bank Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina,' Cal. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-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, 7. D. MEED $-10 a m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS G. D. JENNINGS 10-12 m 4-6 p m •Office* in Reed blk., Phone 40. Resi- ice of Dr. Reed E. Badillo at. Phone Residence of Dr. Jennings on uoldt addition, E. Badillo St. ,299. COVINA, CAL,. Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. . C. B. & M. Z. WALSWORTH QSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Special attention to diseases of women Suite 306-7-8 Larikershim Bldg. Cor. Third and Spring Sts. LOS ANGELES, CAL. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ArfNGELES, CAL. Saturday's in Covina. Office Argus Block. |^OLFE B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home ohone 3164. Glendora, Cal. BUSY SESSION OF TRUSTEES Important Steps Taken for Extensive Street Improvements. Minutea of regular meeting of the board of trustees, held on Tuesday, June 23. Present: Labee, Potter, Warner; absent: Moxley and Ratekin. An invitation from the Fourth of July Committee of Ontario was received, asking the board of trustees of tbe City of Coviua to be present. Demands were read and allowed in the following amouuts: E, O. Morau, 823.10; M. L. Mehuert, S17G.75; L. M. Butler, 833.75; Covina Transfer Co., 173; J. M. Finley, 145; S. P. Twomey, $.75; A. G. Smith, 147; Lapp & Gifford, oil, 8357.51; J. E. Jeans, 83.32; A. G. Gant, 839.50; W. M. Sturgill, 154; W. A. Larick, 831.10; J. B. Laycook, $22; M. L. Benjamin, 824.75; F. R. Giles, 8GO; Elmer Motter, 872; J. L. Matthews, 91.50; Covina Land and Water Co., 86.fiO; A. E. Zug, 863; William Anderson, 131.10; T. A. MoCormick, 87.05; Covina Valley Gas Co., 81; Pacific Light and Power Co., 81; W. M. Griswold, 19.08; C. B. Casey. $22.05; A. Carlisle Co., $8.25. Ordinance regulating the numbering of buildings on public streets was read. "jaggs iilbpf^!'' v ^ " 'f'^^^JT^S'^SBi' Specifications for tbe construction of cement sidewalk in Covina were read and adopted. Specifications for the construction of cement curbs in tbe City of Covina were read and adopted. Ordinance of intention to improve certain portions of Citrus avenue was read for the first time. The new cement curb on Navilla Place, Jenniflon tract, was accepted by the board. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QR. O. T. AMYKAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McQill University, Montreal Office and Res. San Bernardino Road Phone 1016. Down town office, Reefer's Livery. '•Holy City" Repeated. The Presbyterian Church was filled by a congregation of over 500 last Sunday evening to listen to a splendid repetition of Gaul's musical masterpiece, the "Holy City," as given by a chorus of local voices under the leadership of Miss Bess Alathilde Welch. Like the first performance in the Womana Club House two weeks ago, the solo parts on SuidayWoniug wero magnificently sustained. The only disappointment was the enforced absence of Miss Fern Bartram, contralto, on account of illness. The splendid bass voice of Mr. B. C, Brewster WHS also missed in tbe chorun, ill health also pievc.iitiuu tbe presence of this gentleman. The bas.soa, however, were augmented on thin occasion by Mr. W. P. Nve of (ilondora. The evening was a pronounced musical SUCCOSH showing the nplcndid acouatic properties of the new clnirch. Steps are already lining taken to ur- range for Humluy evening wi<ned cun- ProflUble Meeting of Oranie Grower*. The Coviua Farmers' Club met last Saturday at the beautiful borne of Jacob Maecbtlen. The rare collection of flowers, ahrubs and trees was greatly admired by all present and Mr. Maechtlen'e personal description made them all tbe more attractive and the regular club exercises were over an hour late in starting owing to the time so profitably spent in viewing his floe grounds. Prof. Ralph E. Smith of tbn Pathological laboratory at Whittier was the speaker and made a splendid address on "Citrus Tree Botany," which was most instructive and interesting. The annual election of officers took place and tbe following officers were unanimously chosen: President, Ben F. Thorpe; vice-president, W. P. Watts; secretary-treasurer, Miss Meta Brunjes. Mr. N. D. Mussey, the retiring secretary of the club, served faithfully for two years and was of great belp to the club and did much towards making the organization a success. He retires from the secretary- ship with the thanks and good will of the club. The next meeting of the club will- be at the residence of the president, Mr. Ben F. Thorpe, July 25, and owing to the large membership of the club it is desired that tbe hostess be advised if any guests are invited. Notes From Camp Rincon. The weather is ideal in tbe mountains now with no fog nor dew. 'The sportsmen are Btill bringing in itrings of trout. fa*', •tay. Wm. G. Baldwin and Joe Waddell of Los Angeles had a successful flab- ing trip up the west fork. A. D. Tompkias and wife of Santa Monica are here for a week or more. W, H. Neviu of Pasadena made a short visit home last week and is pleased to get back to Rincon. H. E. Browson and James H. Howard of Pasadena arrived onSutui- day and are at Pine Flats for a few days. W. L. Campbell, W. W. Campbell, John and Milt Campbell of Long Beach and Monrovia, arrived over the Monrovia trail for a stop at the camp. L. E. Pratt of the Examiner witli L. H. King of the Southern California Directory, made a business trip here this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gray, the photographers, are located here for tbe summer. GOOD ROADS BOND ISSUE People will be Asked to Vote $3,500,bOO for Highways. \ Lorf Angeles county will vote July 30 on the issuance of 13,500,000 bonds' for a comprehensive system of good roads throughout the county. This decision was reached unanimously hy the Board of Supervisors Thursday evening after the adoption of the ropert of the Los Angolcs County Highway Commission, which provides for the building of about 300 miles of improved highways connecting all the important; centers. The project is the first of its kind to be inaugurated in California and is foremost of all such plans in the United States. In outlining the report of the commission, Chairman Duggett spoke of the present condition of the 5000 milea of county roads. The main public highways are all dirt roads, in fairly good condition, but in no sense permanently constructed. That tbe bond issue may not be excessive, Mr. Duggett said the commission bad eudeavored to reduce tbe mileage to be improved to the bare necessities of trattlc between the cities of the county. Relative to the proposed highways leading to Covina, the report read as follows: 10,—!'E) Monte andCovina road," certs at months. least ouci! every three Get Busy While Special Reductions Are On All Sizes and Styles PORTRAITS at C. W. Tucker's Studio Heat [-state. EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPUKS AMATEUR DEX'ELOPIXC AND EINISHING Ha'/'/.ard A Welch report the hah; of ten acres of Viilencias and navels, located tut the corner of Cypress avenue and Gleitilora avenue, the property of Win. and Arthur Howling, to O. O. Kineaid of Los Angeles. Consideration $i:j,750.00. J. M. Ku.nton reports the sale this |\\eek of five arifcri of Valencias, the i property of W. .M. (iriswold, on Ar, royo avenue, facing Ujc Ualduin lands, for $8500.00, including the •fruit on the tree.-*, valued at i^OOO. The purchaser is Mra. K. Wilson of Whittier. Fire Wo'/ks Prohibited. i Notice is given that any person '.si.-ti.insi off ihcwurks on the public streets of (,'ovina will be arrested. L. H. Mehnert, City Marshal. Next Sutiir.Jay will l ,<: July 1th. An Efficient Public Servant. On every hand can be heard praise for the work being accomplished by j our recently appointed street superintendent and city marshal, M. L, Mehnert. The removal of the unsightly weeds from vacant lots and parkways is alone worth thousands of dollars to our city from a standpoint of thrift, and tidiness, to say nothini; of the campaign which he has inaugurated against filth in the back alleys All Ihe main thorough- I fares art; ieitiu! 11 on ughl.y lepaircd and autcij.ol.ile ov, tier, Miy they are now no longer reminded daily of mountain corduroy roads. Your efforts foi p the betterment of the town are recognixed and appreciated, Mr. Melinert. Hello Uirls Are Busy. 1'Yw people leali/e I ho number of calls which are put through the local exchange of the Covina Home Tele phone Company daily. The records show from H a.m. Thursday to H a.m. Friday of this neck 4'Jtit; calls and ot these on!y one was received he tween the hours of 10 p.m. to 5a.m., making l(J2. r > calls in seventeen hours. The. operator has to plug the board twice for every call. Thifj record make-> an average of l.f> culls a minute for the seventeen hours. How would you like to bo the "hello girl.'" LiUle Mi-,-, i'.liie Asher i.-, the proud {.Orce.-.-or <,t a new Keil/maiili the old San Bernardino road; thence westerly and southerly along tbe old San Bernardino road and existing highways to tbe southerly side of tbe right of way of the Los Angeles Interurban Railway, Covina branch, at Maine street; thence in a general south westerly direction to the intersection of the Los Angeles Inlet urban Railway right, of way with the 101 Monte rood, 8.70 miles. 11. — "Covina and hordHburg" road, commencing at Citrus avenue and the west one-quarter corner of section 12, T. 1 B., R. 10 W., H. B. M., thence easterly along JJonita and Center avenue to the cant one-quarter section corner of section 7, T. 1 S., R. 'J W., S.B.M.; thence north about one-half mile to Bonita avenue; thonce easterly on Bonita avenue through Han Dimas, following Auburn street arid Third street to the westerly city limits of Lordshurg, at the intersection of Prey avenue and Third street, 7.10 milon. "We recommend constnioting all necessary largo bridges <>f steel and concrete, with asphalt covering for the bridge floors, whero condition/I will justify the expense. In one nawe, that of the new bridge over t)u ; ! Han Gabriel river on the Covina and 101 Monte road, a combination anil truss bridge with steel floor beams, concrete piers and aHphalt. floor, is recommended, " It, will be nei'ti by the report that, it is proposed to run the boulevard airing Ihe south side of the Pacific i.lectrii; railroa.i from Vincland to Kl Monte, wliioh in contrary to thu unanimous wish of the members of I.hi: Covina committed in making their recommendation to the High way Co mm ins loners. While no objection will be raised against the construction of a high way along the routd as outlined by the Commission, the Board of Hope;' visors will be risked bv Ihe Covina Committee., backed by the vaiioiiH public bodies of thirl city, to so amend the report aH to include a highway due went on the Han Bernardino toad, crashing the river at a point, noilh of the present, bridge ot thu 1'acillc Klectric tailway, direct, to San fia briel and Alhambra, as outlined in a previous report iuuiie, to th«> Com rnih!ilon by the CovHi.j committee. As no i/oud reason has yet l.eeii ad vunce.d -A b.V this magiiili«.<:iit. slietc.h tit country sh'.uid be denied jli hhait; of DID hcnehl.-i tiom Ihe pioj.o.-ed bond iisuc, it, in already <•*,-.reilri! that the Suj.ei vi-iois will accord a ii.aJy heating to the petitioner-). (fjoMBj ^Siy * ^^' CLOSED Saturday July 4th ALL DAY DIRECTORS OFFICERS G. E. Andmwrn Marco H. Hollmun W. If. HOLMDAY. l'r««l«l«int C. P. Clnpl) H. M..iroim«r MAKCO II. IIUU.MAM, Vice l'r»H. J. H. KllloU J. O. HwiHor J. R. KLL1OTT. Vl«o I'nm. W. II. Holllclny C. Munufoo W. M. filUHWOM), CJiiHhlnr A. I'. KcrcUlinir J. ('. IIUTOIIINHON. AHHL (,'mililm- Capital and Surplus $90,000.oo Covina \DalUy Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. DIR10CTOKS OKKICICKS Ooo. K. Anil.'rnon W. II. llollliliiy A. I'. KKKCKIIOI'!•', I'r.'ni.l.-nl. ,1. K. Kllloll. II. M. Iliiiimtr II. M. IIOUSKK, Vlr« r»wlili<Ml. Murco II. Ilcllmiin A. I'. Krrrklmir J. (',. IIIJ'I'CIIINHON, CuHhl.-r C^i»«*jj W. M. UKIHWOIJ), Amit. Cituh Capital and Surplus $42,000.oo A SS«X1P COVINA KKSIDKNCK PKOl'KKTY IS WORTH more money than tliat in many oilier towns in Southern California. WhyJ i Well, there is CMC reason that mnj' have occurred to you before nuw. IT We Have Gas- and the service i-, |icrlfi.t, or as near jjrrlei i a •> close attention to lat-iiiess will make it and lln- lf'.t s is ^ood. Mi/re i (HiSLimi-r-) will lower the jji'ire and boon. IMionc H.J COVINA VA1.LI-Y (iAS CO. Citrus Ave

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