Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 1
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""-4' F. H. F H. FABRICK-PLUMBING "% !~~ . lit LEADING TVEWSFftffi "SAN GABRIEL\ALLEY COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. MAY 1, 1909. IOFESSIONAL CARDS ^\^/NXS^V^V/-^XN^Si fe.STEVENS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 298—Argus Block if. Olinda K. Stevens [Tuesdays and Fridays fe. 3. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office, First National Bank Bldg. Hours 9 to 4. Phones: Res. 250. Office 175. HRED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS If. D. KKBD 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 7 40. Residence of Dr. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynold* addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 299. COVINA, CAL,. tlV & p. J. CMNE, i —DENTIST— • Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office; Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. ,. DR. W ? W. SCHIFFMAN DENTIST Office . Covina, Cal. Phone 1039 Reed Block < Covina, Cal. QUO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. ******* # * * * * * A BUYER * * * * * * # * $ WE CAN FIND YOU I # # * * * * # * * # * * * * * # * # For Orange Groves Alfalfa Lands or City Property List your property with us. Covina Realty Co. ************#**#* COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. FINE SHOE REPAIRING REASONABLE PRICES Citrus Avenue JEROME REYNOLDS S REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CALL AM> I-'-ST YOLK i'KOPKKTV > ) Office with A. M. Pence, Keed Blk. \ FESTIVITIES TOHORROW Thousands Will Witness Splendid Sports in Covina, Which Start at 10 a. m. University of Southern California Sends Athletes. All-Day Track and Field Sports Attract Heavy Entries. Music and Entertainment Furnished. May-Pole Dance and Parade a Feature of Covina's Jubilation. 10 A. M. Sack race— open to everyone, 25 yards and return: First prize, 20th Century Acetylene bicycle lamp, donated by G. W. Davis ; second prize, pair of gentlemen's heavy plate cuff buttons, donated by Franz Richter. 100 yard dash for grammar school boys — First prize, pearl handled combination pocket knife, donated by Fabrick's hardware store ; second prize, $1.00 . box of candy. Fifty yard dash for high school girls— First prize, trimmed hat, donated by Webb & Graham, milliners; second prize, $1.00 box of candy donated by Townsend's "Palace of Sweeti," Fifty yard dash for grammar school girln— First price, black or white editor hat, donated by Miss Sara Eeckard, milliner; second prize, $1.00 box of candy, donated -by Gumming*' Confectionery " COVIN.V CAf.. Kutter pocket knife, any selection in the case at feurley's hardware store. Girls' long distance baseball throw— open to both grammar and high, including all girls attending school in Covina Union high school district. First prize, diamond and opal ring, donated by M. Wright, jeweler; second prize, $1.00 box of candy. 100 yards — open. No person barred. . . First prize, pair of $7.00 bicycle tires, donated by H. P. Garrison ; second prize, patent burner parlor lamp, donated by E. P. Hull. Counter lunch served by high school at the grounds, AT 1 P. M. Tug o' war between two selected teams on Citrus Avenue — Winning team gets biggest obtainable bunch of bananas, donated by W. A. Layman & Son, and consolation to losers is box of General Arthur cigars, donated by Hennessey & Gooclell of Vendome pool room. Running high jump — open to everyone. Prize, $10.00 Panama hat, donated by W. B. Broadwell of the Broadwell store. Baseball game — Between Downey. High and Covina High at school grounds. Subiirban league.. .Third game in series. May -pole dance at 3 o'clock. Twenty children from grammar school, in the school grounds. The Queen of the May is being voted on by the children and citizens of the town at one penny each vote. The voting boxes are situated in the two drug stores and two confectionery stores. The girl receiving the most votes will be crowned "Queen o' the May." She will then be escorted by the children and band in automobiles through the streets of the town. A May party for the children will follow next week, ten dollars in prizes being distributed. . . C. W. Tucker presents a photograph of May pole dance to each girl as a favor. Running broad jump — open to everyone, Prize, highest grade Reach baseball mitt, donated by the Peoples Store. 100 yard dash— on Citrus avenue, for high school boys. First prize, $10 signet ring engraved with winner's initials, donated by T. L. Finch, jeweler; second prize, pair of olive wood military brushes, donated by W. W. Nash, druggist. Tennis tournament at high school court — Ladies' and men's singles and doubles. Prize, $25 class cup trophy engraved with names of winning team; $5 tennis racket, donated by C. F. Clapp. Other prizes for singles and doubles. Three-legged race— open to everyone, 50 yards. Prizes, Swastika watch fobs for each man in winning team, donated by F. E. Wolfarth, the jeweler. Grand relay race— for high school classes,220 yards. Prize, $25 class cup trophy, on exhibition in poatofflce window. HORSESHOE PITCHING. Team No. 1 — J. M. Poe vs. Clutterbuck; G. H. White vs. Scott. Team No. 2 — J. Amon vs. Leo Stump); J. P. Forester </a. M. Rebharn. . Best three cuv of five games. .. Prizes to be given to member making the greatest number of points in the game. Referee to be chosen by competing teams. Admission free to ball game in the the afternoon. FOURTH HONORS. Covina Canton Made Creditable Show- Ing in Uniform Rank Drill at Long Beach. Thiit there were thousands of people from every part, of California who viewed the exercises and festivities of the Independent Order of Odd Id- lows at Long Heiirh thia wools, is testified to In the complete notices of the affair .spread abroad throiiRliout the state, and it is u matt or of no little pride that. Covina made such a rredltahle showing lit tills assembly. The Southern California celebration was only a portion of the Riant, affair participated In by the Oddfel- lows of the world, who observed the ninetietli anniversary of the Inception of the organi/alion on Monday of tills week. At the maneuvers in tlio Long .Beach auditorium the Covina uniform rank took fourth place in the estimation of the list of judges. Those competing were: Major C. F. CUipp, commander; Cn.pt. C. P. Ctrltllths, Lieutenant W. Annul, Kiwtgn Note Mortonson, Fred lYllddaugh, I. D. House r, Otis Keeling, S. L. Spencer, Otto Anderson, R. B. Fairly, .1. C. Goodoll, H. W. Snodgrass, G. W. Coalman, A. L. Ross and J. F. Olmver. The Covina officers left Covina at "11; 30 a.m, and returned on a. 12 o'clock special at night. Many were entertained on the Japanese warships. Gas For Three Towns. The property of the Covina Valiey CJaa Company has been kequlred {jy new interests, and a change in the cdnduct of affair? jwtll he Inaugurated by the- flfflt of May^ ' » Mr. W. A. White, for the past four years the local manager of the Edison Electric Company interests at. Monrovia, will be secretary and manager of the new organization, and will reside in Covina. The Argus Is informed that, the Immediate plans of the company will be to see that the present consumers are thoroughly taken care of and that the local plant will bo further entendod, so that gas service will bo available to all. Wo are also Informed that plans and the necessary details are being prepared by the company's engineer for the Installing of the necessary machinery at. the plant and for the laying of mains to and Including the towns of Ay.usa and (ilendora, which work will be started within thirty days and completed by August 1st. The main pipe lino will extend northerly along (Minis avenue to a point between tiio above; towns, from whorrj It will branch east, and west. The gentlemen connected with tills enterprise have had many years' experience in the KHH business, and Uioy promise to this community a thor oiiKhly reliable ond down-to-date gas system. Ladles' Night at Country Club. i | The first "ladles' night" lit. the Coi vina Country Club of the poHl.-f.enteii I Hi-tiHini, brought out a large crowd on | Thursday nvouing of I as I. week. Five j hundred wan enjoyed, the prl/en bo- 'ing carried away by Minn Wllkliin of i Highland Park and Mr. I'raUio.r. The, decorations and refreshments were of | uncommon merit. Those affairs are j looked forward to with euKeriiesH all over the valley. There will be a special Invitation card party next Thursday at. t.ho Womaiis Club House, tli", proceeds of which will bo given l.oj Hi'- orphans' home of I,on Angeles. There will be forty bibles for cards, | and an Informal dance will conclude i the evening's entertainment. I H. H. AHohonbrenner ban JIIBI corn: pleted a now and modoru bungalow i o/i the ranch which he IIKH purchased ! hot ween Covl/ia and La I'uent.e. The : ho.'no IH a very commodious one. Mr. i Anr|,enbrennfM' has '•>'' acres which ho ih farmi/ig, ar:d in mcotl/i^ with j/ood KII'<I-BH This ranch licK In the KOC- fion vvhi'ii v.lll soon bo subdivided from r) ; e K /. (f.ui ky; )!;i)il win L ET us do your Baking. Look at this list. It represents articles that are GOOD TO EAT Top Notcli Bread Cracked Wheat Ilrcud ] (iraham Bread j Whole Wheat Mre;icl ! Rye Bread French Bread | S ten m Bread J Cream, Ljcmoti and Cocoatiul Pics Other Pies L,aycr Cakes Angel Food ........... . . , , , Lady-Finrfera Macaroons ...... ....... ...... Cookies, Doughnuts, Buna, Holla 3 loaves 2fi , „. fur 25c i<jc .... ,2Sc 2Sc per pound 3Sc per pound SOc per dozen lOc We Satie You Mun«y DIRECTORS 'OFFICERS G. E, Andoraon Murco H. HoMmiin W, II. HOMJDAY, PrOHlilont C. R Clupp II. M. IlnuHiir MAUCO If. HKM.MAM. Vice I'rm. J. II. Klllolt J. O. llmiHnr .). K. KI.IJO'IT. Vlcn I'PCM. W. II. Ilolllilny C. Mnnofuo W. M. (JKIKWOI.D, CiiMhlor A. I'. Korclihuir Capital and Surplus $90,000,oo Covina \0alley Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. DIRECTORS OFFICERS (jttn. 10. Allilcnliill J. H. KlllitU Murro II. lli'Umun W. II. llnlllilny A. 1'. KKItCKIIOKF, VnmManl II. M. llmiHi.r ||. M. MOIfKKK, Vlr« 1'ranMmnt A. I'. K«r«klioir W. M. (lltlHWOI.U, (Junhlnr Capital and Surplus $42,000. oo Bills Paid by Check are Seldom Disputed There id a reason. The chock you IHBUG in payment, the ntub to correapond, and the bboka of the bank, together with the payee 'a endorsement, is a strong chain of evidence to contradict. The check itnelf ia a receipt and i« returned to you by th« bank. Better have a checking account arid pay bills but once. • . The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 Subscribe for the Brgus

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