Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 11, 1908 · Page 1
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Mr*. H. M .Fflultfff if F. H. RAE3RIOK —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils arjn Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutler Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons ;it FABRICK'S HARDWARE VOL 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, JULY it, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 J. CWNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., Covina, Cal. E. HATES, 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. SIX OPTIONS SUBMITTED FOR HIGH SCHOOL SITES Voters May Express Preference for Location of Proposed New Building at Bond Election, to be Held July Seventeenth. DR. WILLJAM CAPPS Office hours 1 to 5 p.m. Forenoon will be given to making calls in city or country. Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Residence Hotel Vendome O*ffice phone 75 Res. phone 107.5 DEED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. RBED 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. Keed E- Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 299. COVINA, CAL. J. C. GOODEL,L, Phones: Office Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Res. 23 Covina, Cal. lu response to the published request, of the board of trustees of tlie Covina Union High School District for options ou sites for the proposed new high school, six options have been submitted. The following gives the location, description, size and terms' of the option on each o"f the six sites submitted: Site No.'l —the Duuiels Site This site faces west ou Barranca street with a frontage of 445, l -j feet ou Barranca and a depth of 027 feet from west to east. This site contains 6,41 acres, exclusive of the street. Nineteen shares of Covina Irrigating Co. water stock are offered with this site. Price, 810,000, or 81,560 per acre for the net acreage. Site No. 2—the Smith Site —This site is bounded by Dexter street on the north, by Citrus avenue- on the east, by Puente avenue on the south and by Third street on the west. The site comprises twenty city lots, each 60x175, making 4.6 acres, exclusive of streets and alley. An alley eighteen feet wide runs through the tract east and west. If this alley was vacated by the (jity, there would then, be five mores eXiOlustve df streets. This makes a Bite ' 368 feet east and west frontage and 600 feet north and south frontage. Five railroad track. The board of trustees can accept from Jive to ten acres off the \vt>8l side of tho twenty acre grove known HH tho Pollard grove. Seven acres would give a frontage Onsolinc Gossip. Hv H. M. GIVEN. Hay, but this iiutoinobillng is a gront game, and nearly all Covina men and a whole lot of Covina women iu'0 playing it to tho limit. Now there is Will (Iriitlths, out everyday, chug-ohugiiiR all over tho country. Ho says Cor n wonder ho doesn't, need a new tiro nor a now anything and in independent of the gnrngo men; all the same the repair mini hiiw his «yo ' on him. Mr. CiriflltliH drove lo La- 1 puna ah'. lit a week ago. On the road i ho felt his machine wobbling n \vholo j lot, alighted, looked it over, and found a dinky little pin broken in three pieces, lie happened to have of about 200 feet, on San Bernardino | an ordinary bolt, .hint, (he plain cult 1- QEO. H. SKIDMORE ARCHITECT The Vernon, Myrtle Avenue Phone, Red 296 Monrovia, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Saturday's in Covina. Office Argus Block. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW road and a depth of IfiOO feet to tho railroad. Three, shares ot Axusu | water go with each acre piircluiKed. Price, 811,200, or 81GOO per aero including tho street. Site No. 6 — tho King and duly Sile This site, sometimes known UH the Moxloy traot, faces the present eastern tormiuufl of Itulia street and has a west frontage of 297 foot and a depth o.f 891 foot to Barranca street. The site comprises six acres including the street. No water is offered with this site. Price 810,200, or 81100 per acre. These sites will be submitted at tho time of tho high school bond election, July 17th, so that the voters may express their preference for the location of the new building. Wherever Covina Irrigating Co. water is offered with a site the value of the site is enhanced by 850 for each share offered. In the case of Azusa Irrigating Co. water the: stock is- worth jabout 035 per abate. . ^ . / The sites will be designated on the ballot by number and name as given iis the above descriptions. No. 1 DANIELS SITE 6.41 acres $10,000 627 ft Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. [)R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office and Res. San Bernardino Road Phone 1016. Down town office, Keefer's Livery. N No. 3 JENNlSON SITE 8.55 acres $15,000 030 ft Rallrnml w- N", 6 KING ANDCADYSITE 6 ucrcH $10200 H91 ft R E, WOLFARTH , , Jeweler . . L,arge and complete stock of everything in the line. Repairing of all kinds. Fine watch work a soecialty. No. 4 WALTERS SITE G.63 acrt'H J12000 05.14 ft Doxtor St. No. 2 SMITH SITE 5 acrr.i fl.'SOOO COO ft I'utjnte A ve. POU.AKI) SITE 7 UCi'OH $11200 »)0 ft. Hun linrd'o Citrus Avenue f'ovina. Cal. Guy E. Fairly Electrical Contractor Everything in the Electric Line Call and see my fixture room irqiiiopcd shares of Covina Irrigating Co. water are offered with the nite. Price, *13,000, or ?'2fiOU per aero tor the net acreage. Site No. '.}- the .Jenuis-m Kite Thin site ib tiut-crined as ioliown: Lot five (5) block fourteen (14) of the Phillips tract, known houth half of the JeiiniHou This site lies with a frontage of (J'21 feet on Citrus avenue and a frontage of ti.'ii) ftuit (in 1 inutile avenue ami H.fj5 acres, exclusive of with the valley. l< If. I', jc.it line of fixtures j.i A nuclei prices. Oil He v.it.l contains j streets. Fifteen shares- of Covina I irrigating Co. water are offered with i the site. Price, *slfi,OUO or about $17?)} pfcr acre for the net. acreage. Kile No. 1- the Wallers Kile This site faces east, on 1'arranca street with a frontage of 4!!rj feet ou Harranca and a depth of ijfjl ' a feel from east to west and contains) <i. fi.'i acres ex elusive of street and alley. This is the north two tbiids of the ten acre grove on the. northwest corner of JJa dilloand barranca streets. Thirteen shares tit Cnvina li rivaling Co. water are offered with the site. Price, £1 .!,<iUO, i,r all'.ut ilH'.ii u.jllain per acre for the net. acreage Site No. fj the P..Hard Site This site i-, located between San Beinar M.Jiuo n>ud and the .South>-in Pacific (ieneroslty Rewarded. The Argus man struck the maiiugor of i he lijiei't-talc (ins Company the other day when il.ui individual >lhe l^iif- HIIIII - was ill a good humor. It seems that (loo. t'j. thought, he would gel kind and light up a corner aH the | I,, town free, Ko he took a big lump grove. t| IH t ,, Ht , r | t,, n,, j,, |Y,,|,t of the pool room and hung il in front of the First National iiank. Well, Hume dark iii^ht. that ''-ton of u gnu" known as the county ahhet-s or stumbled through town and t-.aw that li«iit. Mac says it was lit. w.j think it iniint, have been dark from what, happened and so our dear friend, the aforesaid county assessor, handed the gas company this (jack Hge : Value of franchise • 31 1,7-lU We told fjeijigie when he put. that, lif^ht up that he hud better watch out or the goblins v.i.uld K'-t him and they did. Hut hhuck.-.'. All 'ieo M. will have to do will he to sell the county a.-.-.es.s or some uas stuck and smile oil. From a husinesii stand) oiiit can afford t.'- %otu agaii^l. 'h ncbool bonds. vat.or kind, put that in and away they went; went so fust the speedometer ran cfF the wheel; that's going somu too. When they readied TuHliu they had to stop at brother Charles to lei, the engine cool off, and Will O. thought the humnus needed cooling off too, so he hiked to an ioo ereaiii parlor to get frozen pudding for tho bunch; ho got tho stuff all right, but didn't havo money enough to pay the ice cream man, but was equal to tho occasion; took up a collee.Uon ami /nado tho rifllo. Off again in a cloud of dust. Chug-chug-—bless mo, this is pleasant riding in an automobile bang! a tiro blew up; cause, a ladies' hatpin clear through casing- —a ladies' hat pin, then somebody blew Will up. Did you eeo tho whale of a touring car scooting through our streets at midnight Wednesday? A gay lot of folks were seeing Covina .by moonlight. The man with a megaphone was there./ The writer.doeso,'.t know nior^iha^ i.he man; in ttftt u/oiin .... oooutoflecl the party but fancies they came from the ofty and took tbia way to cool off. That was a great Bight-—Bob Howland and his Mitchell roadster pulling the whole fire department, hose- cart included, to tho lire at Franx. Richter's. That Mitchell car seeniH to havo lots of power, Mr. (loo. N. AI wood broke two leaves of bis front right spring while touring the other day. Mr. Atwood sits ou tho front righi; side while driving that air cooled Corbln he is so proud of. Mr. T. J. Kockwoll of Oliver and Worthinglon, Los Angeles, blew iuU town Tuesday. He had a string of talk about !iis new Hreo/o carburettor, claiming it has every other one beaten a mile, the price has been reduo- ed and a lot of other stuff. He hypnotized Frank Ulnbee and Frank believes every word he s;<id. Well, llisbee ought to know. Coroiui motor maniacs havo a great, scheme to boom the huHiricss in that neighborhood. You see there is a three mile boulevard near Corona and the automobile dealers of Southern California are trying to get this boulevard for a race course. Leon T. Khettler, the deboiinair and hustling I Keo and Kihui:! Kar r< Lou Angeles, and our old friend, J.iert lilanchard, in Pomona, have taken this project in hand, so home day, some time we may expect this courmi lo rival UK; famous one at, Ormoiui [leach, Florida. |{<>nest, the truck is a peach, M!raiglitatMiy, no bkld, no telephone polen to buck aK"i"Ht; | turn on the juice and lot. her wllde. ft will take ten thousand great, h shiny dollars to finance tho propowi lion. That, looks a whole lot to me, and gnotiiiOHH only knows where the simoleoiiH are to come from. Johnson A Xing, the hlackhmil hs, have a «reat nit'ii to attract, business. It. is a pile of borseshocH thai they have accniniilaled in lhe|.ai-l year and they look them all off the horses' tec|, tor it in a sure thing they did n't collect th'.Mi lyiiux around on the fcl reels. I counted heven between the tjaraj/e: and where I board. Well, loose horse shoes are «ood fer the lire ers, so be sure nut to pick up Hi' see. '.,ne. tA h'.f. air struck f.'ovina |,ast v,ei k and bu'iiuess i-ion the tol.ot/(4an. If iilie of oui lead int.' cil I /din would only buy a i-::\ in t lie and t hi ir.v I,Hi h<|. one n. iiilKhl In J'hew, il.'-i loo dot, iu(,i e .iJid <•<•! lainly lo- l« lead y. hat'.i wiillen, h" let'., slop. this Toasted Com Flakes That Great Hot Weather Mush /-/ Y cook any more than Is necessary? Toasted Corn flak us scrtJod cold rtith cream and sugar, or sliced fruit, is delicious, strengthening and an appetite satisficr for the morning meal — or any meal. THE HEAVIEST PACKAGE THE SWEETEST PREPARED FOOD Special Prices lOc Package, or 3 for 25c DIRECTORS OFFICERS Q. K. Amloraon Mivreo H. llollmmi W. H. HOU.IDAY, I'rmtldenl C. F. Claiui H. M. IfoiiMiir MARCO II. FIKM.MAM, Vlco I'rwi. .!. H. Klllolt J. O. llfliimir J. R. 10M-1OTT, Vl<:c> l'iw,. W. II. llolllcluy 0. MomlY'i) W. M. UKIHWOI.n, CiiHlil.tr A. I'. Kureklmir J. C. IIIJTCIIINHON, Aunt. CIIH|I|I!|- Capital and Surplus $<>0,000.oo Covina Galley Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. 1MRKCTOKS OFKICKKS lli-it. K. An.lonii.il W. II. llollliluy A. I', KKKCKIIOKK, I'milili'iil. .1. R. KllioU II. M. lluiiHi-r M. M. IIOIWKU, Vic.. I'n-Hl.lrnl. Marco II. llc.llimui A. I 1 . Ki'i-clilinir J. C. IIIITCIIIN.HON, Cimlil.T W. M. (JUIMWOI.I), Anil. CimliliT Capital and Surplus $42,000.bo S^'iSQ c;i.-i- toe iiy I hill j smne. '< v. rile i ,l l',r an h" l"'t''> his Ol'l CASH FOR GASOLINE STOVES No, we can't do that, but we will take your gasoline stove in trade; Cor either your service run from the main to tlic meter or lor a New Gas Range So will cither otic oi the. Hardware Stores We will scud a man to value your ran^e i I -ou ;:are to in vi.- ,1 i^atr i\t\ •,. IMio.ic I (.5 COVINA VALLI;Y C'AS CO. Citrus Avc.

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