Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 3
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t .A. yovof IAOF wfc* Mttd -n. «•«••, Gftiie in and MM, "How do joi de fir H»y« jrom »ie« •tfttfoteeff Well that k in« r taif— I'i Ira4e mlfc TO*, A .young man who' claiuA Charter Oak Ai hi* alff ping place, nearly w**t brake Buying paper in r«a«m F»r the girl of bin dreams. And now he'* in right, i« that klekft. STATIONERY, OH MY! INTERIOR VIEW OF OUR STORE W. W. NASH FIRST CLASS DRUGS And then came a Glendora lassie: "I want some note paper that's classy. She bought our "Young Bride," Went away satisfied, And in praise of our store is quite sassy. So, we're on lop mid never bolow, Excepting in prici-H, you know. Trade wil.li Niwli, mid yon wont Gnash your tooth till. fhoy'ro blunt;, For liis place J'H the best place to go. COVINA MAKES KILLING. Heavy Batting Defeats Los Angeles Athletic Club by Big Margin. Covina, 17; Los Angeles Athletic Club, 2. Last Sunday was a beautiful day for a murder, and for any other vil- liany that a person could think of. It really was a great crime the way that fast (?) bunch of ball players from the city were harpooned and hung up to dry. For six innings things lined up in great shape, and the only thing the fans could roar their heads off at r as the man on third base. The somnial bacteria must have been roosting around that sack, for Shirley only woke up every other inning to watch which way the ball was traveling. It was in the sixth inning that pitcher Hobgood started on his sensational aerial flight All hands clambered aboard the "dirigible," and in the next tvyo innings, while the super-navigation was in progress, fifteen Covina men rounded the diamond. What ended as the biggest joke of the season, really started well. Manager Covert had passed the word around in stage whispers that the Los Angeles Athletic Club was sending their crack team out here only under the best assurance that he, "Mugsy," would have enough opposition lined up to afford a good practice. Pete Aguayo was so scared when he came up in the first inning that he beat out a dinky bunt down the third base line, and then let the short stop tag him out at second. Ping Fairly started in to pitch a great game. In the second inning he fanned the first three men that faced him. The two runs made by the visitors were not in the least due to flightiness on his part. In the third inning Aguayo's error and Kendall's wild throw scored Hueith, but the second half of this inning evened up matters. Kendall was safe on an error, but suffered a put out at second by Goodwin, the clever shortstop. Church ran on third strike, bringing Pete to third, and Ping banged one through short, bringing the run across. In the sixth the "A. C.'s,, carne through with another score on account of Shirley's bad foozle, and the fans settled back satisfied that the end had come. Hobgoud had them all biting at his 'A'ide ont-i, and Ping's accurate twirling was only a safeguard against a larger score. "Our" captain came up at the opening of the next with his ginger all aroused, and exterminated the ball to center field, Shirley drove a beauty past third, tnen Monte lined it over right, Doc Fairly bounded the ball past third, scoring Libby and Shirley. The smile had left Hobgood by this time, and a blanket would have looked very good to him. What happened is really a long history. It is sufllci- ent to say that everyone got a hit in this inning but Kendall and Stewart, and Libby got two. The next Inning was worse, if that could be possible. Kendall was forced tr> be the goat again, as he refused to hold his bat out long enough to secure some of the numerous hits floating around. Monte was the one to get two hits in this frame. Tho feature was Pete's three-bagger. One more run came in the eightn, just, to warm the bases up. Two new pitchers were pressed into service during the windup, but no one could notice the difference. A rather unusual record was Pete's five hits out of six times at bat. LEGAL ADVICE BY MAIL. Fifty Cents. An association of reputable, experienced arid reliable attorneys will render written opinions by mail—full, authoritative and promptly on all iogal questions arid matters. Mortgages, foreclosures, deeds of trust, conveyances, and titles generally. Notes, bonds, assignments, bills of sale, corporation and partnership rights and liabilities, bankruptcy and Insolvency, liens of laborers, contractors and material men, suits for damages. Wills, estates, probate matters, for. eign inheritances, guardianship, rights of those under age, patents, Iriven. tions. All branches of mining law, water and Irrigation rights, homesteads, timber locations, the taking up of public land. Divorce, separation, community and separate property ;Ighta, and rights of married women. All branches of criminal law. Bend your question with Fifty f'feji'is. Immediate answers. ROUND LEGAL ADVICE CO. Dt-pt. B. C. P. O. Box :; San Francisco, Cat. HIGH SCHOOL GETS ANOTHER. Glendale Baseball Team Shows Little Ability in the Fielding Line. Errors Mar Contest. The high school put it all ' ovei Glendale in the second game of the league series Saturday afternoon. It was not so much the s.uperlor hitting of the homo team that made possible thirteen runs, but the incredible capacity of the Glondale boys to pile up errors. With a full dozen to their credit, and eight hits off tlioir two slab artists, it is n wonder that Covina ever stopped scoring. The runs for the visitors wero donat.toiiH In many respects. Hull kept, Ills hiln well scattered, and it was bungling work in the infield that allowed eight. nuiH. Hull W;IH steady most of the time. In the third he wobbled just a trifle, a walk and McNutt's double netting three runs. In the fifth SUne walked, Davenport hit, McNutt WHH safe on Klstler's error, scoring Stlne. Hull coming across. Two more hits brought three more runs over, milking five for the Inning. Tills proved to l>e the end, however, for riot another man saw third base during t.lio rest of the game. Tho home boys opi/ned strong In the initial round, annexing four runs before the visitors came to themselves. The next three Innings were good for three more. In (tin nixlh, Sprotte landed for two bases, scoring Kirby and Kinder. In the eighth a real sensation was slipped across. Alllnon, firm up, came through for three buses, Kiwtler was safe on an error, tben "Truck" Hprott.e walked up with his tittle slick and laced out a home run. This was more than, enough, and a neat double (day In the ninth, Adult to Hepner, ended the game. Score: Covina, Ili; Glendalo %. PASO KOBI.KS HOT SPRIMiS On the Coast Line. 'I lift crjuai of any in the world awl bet iiv tlit rnidnt of such climatic condition-) as constantly invite to lh»: open air. A rldixhlful place for n--t. rcru|i<T;ui'<ti, roiiititntional treatment •> and recreation. '1 he new l>ath with it-, -.'ipcrl; cqnipniciit, i-. ini- by anything in tlii-> roiintry. lly- iic trcatiiirii!-, mud 1/aths. sv.im- ijiilis. 'lurki-li l);«tlis. I'.'trtirul.vrs l"l HKKN J'A':iJ-IC OH-ICKS hou-.c. rivnl'.-' $5.00 Hats a Specialty -* Other Hats that Cost More A MAY MORNING. (My K M. Weallierly) Come mil, come out, my deare.sl dear, Come out anil greet Hie H un; Tin! birds a\val«) on liven and brake, Tins merry MII.V'H begun. Come '-ill. ,m(! ,|rin|< Ihe.dmmoml dew, Come out and tread (he leu, The world is nil awake, and you, Ami you are all, are all Hie world lo me. Tut on your gown of dainly while, • I'ut on your bodice, bin,., For I 've been wailing all Hie night And every live } H while with (horn, The village blithe , l/)( | ^ a>v . Come oil!, come out HUH happy morn, And be our f|iieen, and be our (|iieeii ,,f May. The \vliile-Hinial sing* unto hi.s mate, And [ am Kinging too, I'W morning early, evening lale My In-art in all for you. •My songH Hlia.ll bloHHom at your feel, My In-art your Minnie shall IK- ; For You are Queen of May, My Sweet, And all the world, and all the world to me. fh~ «*• •#• "f **• -?* •?* "** 4* s So, at this gladsome springtime we greet, you, ladies (and gentlemen also). We are greeting you in this space this week to tell you what a beautiful line of i Trimmed Hats we have, a splendid new line at $8.00 each. Come in and rent in our newly fitted store on Citrua avenue, Covina. Old friends are welcome, new friends very much desired. Trade with us. We have a dainty line of millinery. Come and get acquainted. Webb & Graham - * *f % FOR SALK tree.i. 1'hoiie Urowri. few V'al(:hf:ia oran«': :, Ir'A'indalb. O. T. t.f ! • COVINA, CAL,

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