Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 11
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 11

Covina, California
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Saturday, May 1, 1909
Page 11
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JAftA'NfcMfc • iNTfcRTAIMED •.••*-'-.. .• ' ' •• Chamber of Commerce Entertains Admiral Ijlchl and Officers of Squadron. The Azuaft Chamber of Commerce welcomed Admiral Ijichi and other officers of the Japanese squadron Stationed at San Pedro to this valley Tuesday morning- the special electric car which brought the party was met by several hundred residents of Azusa and by a large delegation of local Japanese. The school children of Azusa sang "The Star Spangled Banner" and other national songs. After a brief address of welcome the visitors were shown through the Foothill packing house and evinced great interest in its working. Prom there they were taken by tallyho through the surrounding country. Lunch was served to the party at the home of A. P. Griffith. THE DEPOT GROCERY AND .MARKET *' will serve you rtith the best. Our stock is k 1 •*-»-.. u.^ t _ carefully selected and cannot fail to please. [', OUR BLENDED COFFEE } Twenty-five cents per pound, roasted and blended for the Depot Grocery is unrivalled. OUR MEAT MARKET is noted for the quality ot its goverment inspected meats, hams and bacon. Fresh eastern oysters in bulk a specialty. ROBERT CRENSHAW Our motto-. Prime goods and moderate prices. Phone 22 o)choo] C. H. Allen Ask the Boys for Prices F. M. McHugh McHUQH & ALLEN Reo Garage and Machine Shop The sophomore class has been presented with the high school championship basketball banner. which they won some time ago in the interclass games. At a meeting Of the literary society held Monday afternoon, Leola Roberts was elected president for the remainder of the school year. Elmer Nigg had the misfortune to break his wrist Tuesday morning while training for the athletic contests occurring Saturday. The tennis court and campus present scenes of activity these days. Everyone is in training for the athletic events to take place Saturday (tomorrow). If you cross the campus you are liable to be hit by some of the "liners" thrown by the girls who /ire practicing for the ball throw, or run down by a couple of pairs of hurrying contestants for the three-legged race. It is all your life is worth to venture upon the tennis court, with the whirling rackets and flying balls. High and broad lump participants make living hazardous in the near vicinity. It has been decided to change the cafeteria supper, to be given by the Cardinal staff, to a luncheon, which will be served Saturday noon, instead of night. The luncheon will be served in the new store building of Prank Snodgrass. Storage Batteries Charged Phone 1121 Die, Pattern and Model Making 107 West College Avenue COVINA, CAL. AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ASSETS OVER $1,800,000.00 ;4*444*««4*»»«*4+W44+4HH4W i.»*tr» <--• -- r • v •• ' ' ,v;t ^^ A PP» IINTERPST -> PER INTEREST 4 clSr SN N TI AVINOS 3 CB&T gftM^'^Us WRITE FOR INFORMATION It takes a good deal of Machinery to run your raucb, doesn't it? Something need fixing? That's what we do — WE FIX THINGS Thoroughly equipped for all classes of machine work. Patterns made. Estimates furnished. We manufacture the "KT" valves and gates. THE KELLAR-THOMASON MFG. CO. Shop and Office opposite S. P. Depot Home Phone 289 Covina, Cal. Big Noon-day Banquet HOTEL VENDC Saturday, May \ The hotel management is thoroughly prepar ed for the crowds. The Hotel Vendome is the "official" eating place of the festival. Full course dinner, finest service. We start the service at 12 o'clock and continue until everyone is fed. Come in and rest in the parlors any time during the day. And we further announce that the Vendome Stables just opposite the hotel, are thoroughly equi'pp ed with single and double rigs. Gentle horses for driving through the country. The propric tor has just added five brand new carriages and a dozen sets ofnew harnesses. Come and try t he new double surrey. We also have three- seatera, carrying nine people. Remember that the Hotel Vendome will feed you satisfactorily, and the Vendome Stables will fit you with a fine rig at any time, all at re asonable prices. Hotel VeniD me Vendome Stables Stable Phone 30 UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT J. J. FitzGerald, Proprietor ! i ! i I i I i Hotel Phone 1075 CITRUS AVENUE, COVINA X":~^:~:~HvH~x~:^fr<«H'<^^^^ A Busy Contractor. Ben F. Tharpe, cement contractor, reports that business in his line is booming. He is making a specialty in cement pipe for irrigation. At present he has five crews working with heavy contracts at Corona, Wine- ville, Fillmore, San Luis Obispo, besides heavy local order. The Great Live Stock Sale on Riggins Farm and Ranch. On last Tuesday, April 27th, as announced last week by the Argus, the live stock sale occurred on the Riggins ranch, near Covina. The total sales as we learned were $14,966, and left about ?6,000 worth of stock still on the ranch. Rhoades & Rhoades. auctioneers, say it was the biggest crowd and the best grade of stock ever sold in Southern California. They say Mr. Riggins certainly knows how to secure the best stock, and that Mr. Riggins is the best people-gatherer iu California. The people were there from all parts of the state. Over 2000 lunches were served at the fine ranch home. Everybody left saying, "If Riggins ever has another sale we will be there." L. B. Riggins, son of J. W. Riggins, was especially praised for his management of the Riggins ranch and great sale. The sale consisted of 4-year-old mules, highly bred steel dust mares, and 2-year-old I'urcheron colt.H. We understand that Mr. RiggiiiK 1 son, L-. B. Riggins, will manage the ranch, opening the 400 acres for pasture, which is the best in Southern California, with a rich growth of grass and plenty of running water the y<;ar round. Mr. Riggins may subdivide the ranch and put it on the market in 5 and 10 uf-rn tracts for orange and | lernon groves. Such groves art join- j jug this ranch well for $1500 to ?iiOOO ' an acre. Mr. Riggins bits not i.riced his land. The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in .shorter time and at a reasonable cost to you. We also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking of purchasing a vehicle 01 any kind we in vite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. W will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides ^X~X'<^^^ Sulphur Sprayers FOR RED SPIDER AND OTHER INSECTS THAT INJURE YOUR TREES We have the only practical Sprayer TWOflEY & DILLER OPPOSITE HOTEL VENDOME. COVINA, CAL. ORCHARDISTS! FOR RED SPIDER have your orchards treated with our specially prepared dry sulphur spray. NEW METHOD—NEW PROCESS STOWELL FUMIGATING COMPANY Call up Phone 177, Charter Oak. Pimm: }'/), Covina QUEEN SWARE Exceptionally fine grade of this household necessity. Just received the consignment. I want you to Inspect my window display of these goods... A Rockbottom Price For Saturday May 1 i ere is my line In NEW and Second-Hand Goods: X I •f T i ! 'f Oil, Gasoline, Cook Stoves f " ' X One fine sideboard to be sold to first comer. New Iron beds, mattresses and springs. Everything at reduced prices for thin day only. Y y V i i If yi.u liavi; iii'mt-y in small : amounts in 21<)<) ami up t" invi-al all fciyht pi-! 1 cent |«i i annum *m •'• !'• i Matthews. j j,rociiieil 'JTj'h') Valencia y orange trer.-, lir.^t clai-s ht./rk. cue winbinK IG Lu.v haini: sl "" : ' '* V25 fur further infui COVINA MEAT MARKET J. F. KRNUAl.l., Prop. |£ ()rd.:r-> Ufcrii and (k-livcries rn;idi: daily. Orders in y town will receive prompt attention. 'y "ny 1 Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, EtcJf BIG iOc COUNTER where you will find many thing* to interebt you...Tin, oranite and brilliant ware. .Everything on thin counter, 10 centa. E. P. HULL SECOND-HAND bTOHE Opposite Warner, Whitsel &. Co. COVINA, CALIFORNIA i I I Home

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