Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 22, 1909 · Page 2
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COVINA GRABS ANOTHER. Forney's 8anta • Monica Stars Get Drubbing in Fierce Ball Game. Covina, 11; Santa Monira, 7. The largest rrowd of loathnr-lnng- ed fans that, ever got hohind a team In Covina and pulled for a victory, WHB present last Sunday afternoon to nee the renowned Santa Monioaris go down to defeat, In an aggresnlve nine inning struggle. After Covina had copped three extra ones In the eighth just for the fun of ft, Jim Forney passed the sign to his crack twlrler, Uussell, and accepted the Inevitable Tt was a very crestfallen bunch of play- r.'.rn that left, for the beach town with (heir noisy following of feminine rooters. A big feature of the game was the snap and determination that the home boys displayed. Several times In the past umpires have handed out Irn- possible decisions that figured to win the game, and the team would take if. without a peep. In the second Inning Sunday Kewarts was hit by a ball that he swung at, and when the umpire called him safe such a roar went up thfil be thought better of It, and changed his mind. A little aggression !« ?".fid In Its place, but It Is customary (o have just one man to do the talking. Fairly and Russell were both landed on for fourteen hits each; neither Issued a walk, but the visiting heaver had the bent, of the strikeout business. Forney, up first, landed for a three-bagger, and scored on Marmie/'s fielder's choice.. I'cte was decidedly off-color wit.ii the club and managed to fan throe times. Church was safe on nn error however, and I'ing got a good ninglo. Stewart was Haft! on a. bounder over pitcher, f'hiircb scoring. Doc laid a. low one to short that scored Ping. Russell Haw himself slipping bad in lite second when Agiiayo laid a niow one to third and beat it to the keystone sack a mile; then Church got a neat single, while Ping, to prolong the •torture, Inpalcd him for a Bi///,ler through second. With two runs added in this round; the third looked like a good time to hop onto about four more. Doc Kalrly took a lively poke that luckily for the Sand Crabs was jtiBt a single, Mor.to got first on an error, Shirley and Kendall landed, and a moment later Church smashed out a long drive. The homo town rooters Indulged In a prolonged howl of delight, but Ping was duo for something. The boachors must have thought they were pulling off a life-saving «v«t the way they lean ed against tho Spauldlng In the fifth Forney was up with his Inevitable sin glc to left, Manquoz was aafo on Church's error, Garcia singled, then big Vogar was homesick and got a tre mentions clout at the pellet that put him on his little third sack. Olxon Bryant, and Ruwarts followed with more smashes, and Ping was glad to let them off with five runs. The only other score they made was In tho eighth, when Stewart dropped an easy fly, and Pete muffed a short poke after a long chase. Thore was some fine fielding stunts mixed In with uli this slugging. . Ro- warts niudo several clever stubs In the middle garden, and Doe Fairly camo in Fast, on several short onos, snaring them handily. in tho ninth Llbby scooped it pop fly that put a flnlwh to any lingering hopes. Plug Fulrly and Jim Forney wore tho grout slickers. Tho former miido four slnglou in tho five timos lie was up. Forney would have made two more? lilts If Pole had not boon too fust. In loft; as it was, ho Imd two singles and u triple. It. Is Impossible to recount u graphic history of tho gtimo, for It wan tho kind that must bo soon to bo appreciated. The score: COVINA AH R II Hit PO A K Aguayo, if 5 J I 0 '2 1 1 Church, SH -1 I! -2 I) 0 H 1 P. I'Y.irly, p r, I! 4 II 0 •! 0 Stewart, lib !"> 0 1! 0 •'. I I Doc Fairly, of.. . f, I I 0 I! 0 0 Llbby, Ib f, (I (I 0 !t I) I) Moiiluguo. c!'. . . .". I L' I) I (I 0 Shirley, lib f. I I 0 '2 1 0 Kendall, <• -I 1 I o (1 I I) Tui a is. ...-i:: 11 i-i (i :'.i 11 :i SANTA MONICA. AM U II Sll PO A K l-'oniry, Hi li J I! o i; n I M;in|i;,v. :-s li ! 2 I :'. :.' I ! Careia, L'h .". I I 0 1! I I | Vi-Kiir. :;ii I I '2 I u I ti | I lixuli. r!' ."> U '2 II II 0 0 | liryam, it :, i i i) :. n o! l(iieii;,i-i, >• :; ii i u s i ii Iti wal is. r! ..... I ii 1 II L' 0 I i Russell, p I I I n I I 0 Tul. Is .... |u VII I _ I il ! SI M M A 1C V. ; 'I' 1 ; :••••• !>;!>•• inl s Km I i-\ \'.--..-ir. T -.\ n b.i.-.i- nil \l mil iii'.in- S ii i Hi' i- I.U .- Id'V. ;ii I s. Ubei"--irl Ki f.-l ha.-.i- 11:1 • i i ui.-. i 'in i na. I : Saul ;i Mmiii 11. : i i • i I t -! i 11 :.:-•> v' o'. i 11; t, ! i, S > i n I i i i Aloi.ii a. 11. Sll uck mil l!v Kuillv, 1; TRY THE * COVINA FURNITURE CO. FOR ANYTHING IN THE IJNE OF FURNITURE or FLOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TC TRADE W. Q. CUSTER, Manager , ,7. Passed ball, Kendall. Hit by pitched ball—Marquez, Vegar, Rhe- i ncart, Church. Umpire, Goodrich. | Notice of Annual Meeting of Member*. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the members of the Christian Church, a corporation, will be held at the church In Covina on Tuesday, the 1st day of June, l!)00, at 8 o'clock p.m. of said day, for the purpose of electing trustees, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before said meeting. Hy order of the president. Dated, Covina, California, .May 15, 100!). K. O. THOMAHOX, Secretary. 5-2!) E. P. HULL DKALKR IN New and Second-Hand FURNITURE Queensware, Granite and Tinware Cfish paid for Second-Hand Furnitere COVIINA Shoe Rquttg (o. • •/ FINK SIIOK REPAIRING A 'P 4\ L REASONA BLE PRICES The Elks' Big Firework* Carnival, j The members of the B. P. O. B., No. 09. of LOB Angeles, never rto things Irf a half way manner; their efforts are alwayu up-to-date, most enticing and alluring, and they always give a dollar-show for fifty rents. On .Monday night at Fiesta Park the lor:al lodge of Los Angeles will open a week of endeavor to secure $7500.00 additional funds to" apply on the street decorations during their summer conclave. The earnival offered is Pain's f:eie- brat.eii "Carnival c( Naples." and "The Kruption of Alt. Vesuvius." A wonderful vaudeville show, including the world's Kivfitent high wir« ar- tlsts, mammoth halleis, stupendous aerial acts, Kuropeari balancers and acrobats, hippodrome features and • jugglers, is only a portion of the fea- , tures of Pain's New York production which will be presented every evening I of the week. In fact, the vaudeville features include such stellar attractions as Jean and Marie Weltman, ' highwire experts, who from an elevation of a great heighth, do everything j from cooking a course dinner to turn- • ing themselves Into a baby elephant which performs seemingly Impossible fentp, with as much ease as would, a Citrus Avenue * • WE CAN FIND YOU A BUYER For Orange Groves Alfalfa Lands or City Property List your property with us. I Covina Realty Co. ^ # IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOMINING OR PAPER HANGING done, see me before you let your job. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Phone 51. C. H. Kistler STOCK TAKEN FOR Pasturage will take only limited number-plenty feed- shade and running water. real pachydern upon the sawdust floor of the circus ring. The flret scene of the Pain spectacle pictures a fete day In Naples, the populace consisting of hundreds of costumed performers all making merry In the heart of the Neapolitan city; they participate In the ballet, enjoy the vaudeville performance, join In the battle of the'flowers, institute the beautiful fe^st of lanternn, and are happy in their hour of pleas- ur°. The Kfi'tie is changed by the rum- bMng of Ml. Vesuvius, \vhich is seen towering in the background: srnoke find it rain of ashes spreads over the city; fire begins to pour from the crater, and the merry makers flee for safety. lOarthquakes follow and then come the rain of ashes and fire mingled with the smoke of the eruption. Remember tickets are on sale at Bartlett Mwsic Co., Los Angeles, they are cheap and special rates have been offered by the railroads. Take advantage of the latter fact and go. FOR SALE—10 acres of good Valencia land, without water, but water can be had. Price $1,600. Profitless belt. See A. Warner. Hay, Grain, Cereals and Fuel WHOLESALE AND RRTAIL Delivery to Every Part of the Valley SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING COMPANY Home Phone I") COVINA, CAL. AN EASTERN TRIP 1VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE I.-, (me of comfort and pleasure. 'Tis the Short Line from Southern California via Salt Lake City, with beautiful scenic features and excellent train service. In addition to the famous LOS ANGICLICS LIMITED, carrying both standard and tourist sleepers through to Chicago in Three Day, the Overland Express carries THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL and many other points vi.i various routes Kast of Salt Lake City. Your p:itroiia^-e will be appreciated, and full particulars < f rates, train;-, etc., may be bad from Salt Lake Koute eit Romonei CITY LIVERY STABLES C. r. ?AUTH, Prop. o St tUYINA. SULPHUR BY THE OUNCE OR TON W, W, NASH, DRUGGIST LARGE ORANGE SEEDLINGS FOR ORCHARD PLANTING Santa Barbara aoft shell Walnuts. Eureka Lemons, Pomelos, Phoenix Canariensis and Washinar- tonia HobuBta Palms. Camphor Treea, Accaias, Roses, etc. SOUTHLAND NURSERIES, F. H. Disbrow, Proprietor, Pasadena, Cat. Phones: Home 2520 Main 949. Moving Heaven and Earth And also anything else that will move. Transfering furniture, pianos, delivering express packages, carrying United States mail, taking out parties to the canyons and beaches. Hauling or- • auges and all kinds of heavy teaming. OFFiCE: With Wells-Fargo on Citrus Avenue Covina Transfer Company Res. Phone 1024 Home Phone SO f-af. ! DEGOURDI Reg. No. 3967 DEPUTE Reg, No. 2374 Imported Stallions TERMS: $20 to insure mare in foal; $15 for the season. The above are the best horses of their class in this or any other country. They will improve your stock immensley. If intending breeders would see these horses before making other engagements it would be to their advantage, as their colts will show. Covina Horse Breeders Association Off. Phone 54 F. E. DUDDERAR nquire at Keefer's Stables. Res. Phone 146 COVINA "Greatest Electric Railway System in the World" The Pacific Electric Railway 566 Miles of Modern Built Standard Gauge Liners Reaching the Principal Cities and Towns, Mountain and Seashore Resorts of Southern California Luxurious Observation Passenger Cars. Prompt and Reliable Freight, Express, Telegraph and U. S. Mail Service. For information and literature regarding the great MT. LOWE Trip, BEACH RESORTS and other points of interest, see local agent, or address General Passenger Department, Room 2'H>, Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Phone 119 Phoiu- 2 Kvs. Phone BEN F, THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All lilies carried iu stock. R.-i'.: - vd Ci'iu-rete Biuiding-. a Spcciait>' n' \Vest I'vp'-'cis .\vja'i-j Telephone 4037

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