Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 26, 1909 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Covina, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 26, 1909
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

F. H.FABRICK-HARDWARD F' H. FABRICK PLUMBING LEADING VOL. 40. COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1909. NO. 32. PROFESSIONAL CARDS |)R. STEVENS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN . Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olinda K. Stevens Tuesdays and Fridays f ' J)R. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office, First National Bank Bldg. Hours 9 to 4. Phones: Res. 250. Office 175. f^EED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. REED 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. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 299. COVINA, CAI/. . J. CWNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal, I, W. W. SCHIFFMAN DENTIST Office Covtaa, Cal. ATTQRNEY-AT-LA W Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 ' LOS ANGELES, CAL. k LOYD W. WELLS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Covina, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Office, over Warner, Whitsel & Co.'s store. Hours, 12 to 5. 119 5 ,fc S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. JAMES CORBETT The Horse-Shoer GLADSTONE AVENUE CHARTER OAK has built a neat shop and put In a complete outfit of tools, and Is now prepared to do all kinds of smithing work. Note the address—One-half mile north of Charter Oak Schoolhouse. tf Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS Blacksmithing af all Kinds Our Specialty Shop on Citrus Ave Wolfarth's THE OLD RELIABLE Jewelry • Establishment • Large and complete stock of • everything in the line. H EXPERT REPAIR WORK • Citrus Ave. Covina, Cal. • FMIUMMIIMUIIBI FOREST FIRE CHECKED. DRUMMER OF SHILOH. Famous Grand Army Man Will Be Here at Celebration.—Sports Arranged. Starting right off the reel on Monday morning, the work of the closing np all preparations for the big celebration in Covina on Saturday, July third, will be pushed forward by tho various committees in charge, and the affair will be a big success from every standpoint. Already the program of the day is outlined. One of the big features of the day will be the music of the Grand Army drum corps from Los Angeles. These fifteen men are all members of the grand army, and their music has become famous on the coast. With them is the old musician who was the "original drummer of Shiloh," about whom so many tales have been written. This famous old soldier wi!l play some of his roll call on the program. The drum corps furnishes very good music, both of the old time patriotism and up-to-date rag-time. Everything has been arranged for the coming of the Cantons. Major Clapp will have buttons and badgea on sale during the coming week. The ground at the corner of Badillo and Citrus avenue, where all thw exercises will take place, has been rolled and smoothed, and here the tents will be erected for the program. No matter how-hot it is, the;people will be made comfortable on that da; part of the program ( takes place between 11 o'clock and 1:30. The Re- bekahs will serve dinner In the Odd- fellows building, and church societies will also look after the hungry. The list of sports as prepared by the sports committee, of which Howard Douglas Is chairman, lu to be varied. Already many entries have fc'een received from surrounding towns. Entry blanks can be secured on application. The boys of Covina are In training for the sports. The full program will be distributed In Covina and surrounding towns during the coming week, and the Covina Argus will contain all news connected with tho event on Friday, the day previous to the events. Watch for the Argus on Friday morning. It will contain many special sale advertisements of Covina merchants, and the full program. The baseball management has just received word from Long Beach that Insures the ball team from that town to play the locals In the afternoon. MISSIONARY ADDRESS. Children Enjoy Special Services In Presbyterian School. Baptist School Shows Growth. The exercises of the Presbyterian Sunday-school last Sundny wovo a success from every standpoint, and the scholars joined In heartily in making the affair a pleasing one. The school was heard in many numbers. An address by Rev. Mr. BuHerflold of Los Angeles, who has experienced '.vide fields In missionary work, pleased the audience greatly. Rev. Butterfield is actively engaged in Sunday- school work on the coast. Among tho numbers were the following: Duet, Muriel and Lorene Bemis; recitation, Luella Roberts; exercise, "The Decision of the Flowers," clans of Mrs. Waterhouse; recitation, Chuuncey Huff; recitation, Mary and Francis Gaebke; recitation, Caroline J. Blan chard. Many other numbers were rendered by the school. At the Baptist Church the building was filled with parents and relatives of the young folks participating in the affair, and the program was varied and. very pleasing. Mrs. A. H. Collins, who has been In charge of the school for several years, made this the nature of a farewell, as she Is about to leave the town. The school has grown larger and much more,efficient under her management, and It was with regret that the scholars learned of her, preparation Ho/, CITIZENS ACTIVE. San Bernardino Road Residents Organize Against Change of "Good Roads" Route. A meeting was held last Sn'nrday evening nt the home of Mrs. G. J. Reynolds for the purpose of orgiini/- ing against any opposition to tho Sun Bernardino rond route of tho good roads boulevard. About thirty won; present. The matter of changing tho boulevard from San Bernardino road to Puente street was discussed pro nnd con, and it. was decided by those present that the law establishing where the boulevard should be was very clear, nnd that unless it should be repealed no change in the boulevard route was possible. A vote was taken to ascertain how much money could be raised to carry on a legal fight against tho proposed change. Those present unanimously jigreed to deposit t'rom ten to fifteen dollars per acre to fight tho case. It was estimated that between one and five thousand dollars could thus be raised. A committee was appointed to secure the services of the best law firm obtainable and was Instructed to combat any change of route in the San Bernardino road boulevard route by Injunction, and any further legal proceedings that might be necessary. . Top Notch -l*» Bread prepared daily by clean, healthy, experienced bakers in our shop. Cakes, Cookies, Cream Puffs Pies, Etc. Try a pineapple pie. They are fine, Devoted Pastor Leaves For a Vacation. The Rev. S. W. Gage, who left hist Tuesday on the Baptist special to attend the Baptist national convention at Oregon, will he absent a month, and will have a varied and delightful holiday, hia expenses being paid throughout by members of his congregation and northern friends. On Wednesday evening, after the prayer-meeting, Mr. J. H. Matthews with a witty speech, presented Mr. (Jage with $lTi from the congregation to be expanded in buying a new "traveling suit." A family reunion will be held at Spokane, Washington, and two former pastorates will be visited, Uayton, where lie spent three years, aiK*. Fa!- ouse, six years under his care. Mr. Gage is dearly loved in the town for Ills gentle Christian character and fervid industry in the cau<>« of f'hrist. All friends wish him benefit from his well-earned vacation. Canyon Blaze at Sharp's Flats Blackens .One Mountain. Fighting fire In the San Gabriel canyon, where the world stands on end, a dozen fire wardens, aided by visitors at Camp Rlncon, defeated the first conflagration of the season on Tuesday, but not until 1000 acres had been whipped by the flames. In the brigade of fire fighters was Police Justice Williams of Los Angeles and J. H. Russell. County Treasurer flunt was fishing far up the canyon, and returned too late to help. Judge Williams returned from the battle blackened and disheveled, with clothes burned and ragged. The blaze originated just below the old silver mine, near Sharp's Flats, and was caused, It IB thought, by the cigar butt of a careless camper. Fire Warden If. D. Brlggs, proprietor of Camp Rlncon, hurried to the scene with a wagonload of men, and joined Fire Warden Glenny of Monrovia, who had a force on the fire line. Seven \ hours of exhausting work checked the blaze, and saved thousands of acres from devastation. The natiomil forest. Is well policed this year. qown "a door and used violent and profane language In the presence his daughter who v/ns lying critically III, John Smith was nrrestod this week, and In a jury trial before Justice Warner was sentenced to a fine of $GO or 60 days In Jail. Smith, It Is alleged, had been on a spree for the past two weeks, and was In an ugly condition. Ills daughter, Mrs. Mitchell, was terribly frightened by his entrance Into her room, Mitchell, her husband, ordered the fallicr-ln-law from the house, and when he refused to go, assisted him out of doors. Smith plead not guilty to the charge of disturbing the peace and entered a counter suit of assault against his son-in-law. A jury compoxfd of A. R. lOvaus, foreman; R. A. Welch, Goo. R. Scofiold, William HUDHOII, J. R. Crouch and Mike Rebliam, found Hinlt.li guilty. Ills line was paid by Jof! Laycook, who took the oH man out to his ranch. New Quarters, On Thursday, .July 1st. Home's grocery will be ready to receive visitor* in the new building two doors north of the Firbt National Hank. The afore well fitted up. and Mr Home ha.-s one of ilit; finest stocks or" any store of its kind in the valley. Mr. Home is advertising a reception with free ire cream »nd other delect^blw lliin^a on the day of ui=> opening Stevens-Mason The marriage of Charles H. Stevens and Miss Flora Mae Mason took place on Sunday afternoon at the parsonage of the Uaptiat Church, R(,-v. H. \V. Oage officiating. RelativeH and friends witnessed tin; ceremony, alter which the newly married couple left, for Long Heacli, where a short honeymoon will he spent. Mr. Ktevenn will lake up his residence, in Covina. Congratulations ai.d the good wishes of everyone in Covina will go with the bride and groom. "Charlie" Sievom* has ever bcv-n a good scout in the right way. Since coming to Covina he has been interested in the welfare of the young fellows of his own age, and has done much to build up advantages for the young rnen of his set. He wan oiii who was especially active In forming the young men's athletic club, and I.as alwayn been Interested In V.M.C. \. v.ork. Wltlt hi* brother he was for a ;!,.io engaged in the bakery business hen: and for son.e time was connect <d v. ith Cuoter's furniture htore. The bride is a cousin of Mrs O-< ar Miller, and i.-> a native of Kansas, and since eoif.injj; here nhe hurt made many fi !-.•::<!.-(. Amphion Club Meeting. The Amphion Society met hint even- Ing at tho home of Mr. and Mm. C. K. Hemlw for their last, meeting for the reason and election of officers for tho ensuing year. The spacious lower l!oor was brilliantly Illuminated and fidorn.ul with a wealth of blossoms and potted plants. The bright and well-Informed inutil- ! cal bulletin given by Mrs. \V. M. (JrlH- wold was llluttlra'ed by selections j from each of the composers and Hlng- i ers mentioned on the pianola and I phonograph. Refreshments were nerved by the (harming coterie oi' hostesses. Mmes. Hemls, John Urunjcrf, |,a l-'et.ia and A. II. Collins. Berner Grove Bold. D. W. MaeOonald, Covina representative of the Kdwards & Wlldey Company, reports tho sale for O. .1 Memer to Francis J. Jiurke of I.OH An geles, the If, acre orange grove located at the Houthwost corner of Cypress* and I.ark Kllen Htreots. Tho property's improved with a five room bungalow. Flvoacres is hi ten year old navels, balance 'i year old Valencia price Includes team and all farm implements. Demonstration all Next Week. Come and enjoy a delicious cup of! Horne'-r JJIend Coffee, made by .'vli.>.i Rile>, N'cwmark HUM.' demons' .'ator, | at Ho/lie':-., Grocery. Dont forget that Home's Grocery will be settled in the new building two doors north of the First Nation- al Bank, June 28th, ready for business as usual. Thursday, July 1, p. m., this store will be thrown open to all the public. Come and see us and be intro- i duced to our new location, Ice Cream Served From 2 to 6 J. F. HORNE M Finch's Jewelry Store I By the way, who is FINCH? Well, if you don't know who he is, he's Covina's Leading Jeweler and Watchmaker. You'll find him at Finch's Jewelry Store 3 N. Citrus Avenue (Oummiiiga 1 Confectionery) Phone 42 FINCH FIXES WATCHES THAT STAY FIXED. .\" < [MI i '•;••-; t;ikcu at thi > .'-.tore. You aly>;ty, ' your V •>

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free