Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 10, 1909 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by Uie Covina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. J. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR SHIRLEY BROS MANAGERS SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Sinple Copies fl.50 .75 i for there was no drunkenness worth j I mentioning In Covina during tho en- j tire week. But, if, wan the work ofj thoughtlohs young men, who did not stop to think that ov-f-r half a million dollars' worth of property was in terrible danger. Hhootlng rockets and candles Into tho floors of biiftfnosR i houses where big piles of fireworks j wore on display In the windowH is, to i «ay the leant, a foolhardy, reckless ' action. No one was seriously hurt and . no property destroyed, hut It. was due ; )>f;rry „ y R , ; 6;4 - Top)c ,. LJfe to Covlna's patron saint bofng In a i u , HSOnH from John - Lfl(u!f , rF lenient, mood. Another year let's' ADVKRTISI'.MK.NTS: Thsplay advertisement at reasonable rates. Price?, on application. Changes made a« per contract. I/iners 5c per line each insertion. LfCSfal notices SI.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVLVA, CAL., July Friends, Treat 'Em Right. The KlkH are here. They have broken down every oienegA of Southern California—thousands and tens of thousands of them are here. Tho Ho- nevolont and Protective Order of Elks has stormed every city In the most, beautiful part of our state. It Is not only in Los Angeles that they are to be entertained, but In every town and village and hamlet, for these good fellows from the Kast (ire desirous of seeing everything. Covina must respond to the fact that, hundreds of Elks will visit the city during their stay here. They will be Interested in fruit culture. They will want to expect and have explained the wonderful country which surrounds our town. Hold yourself ready at any time to play the host without regard to time and expense. They are good fellows—we want to earn the title also. Let everyone place machines and teams and personal time at their disposal. This coming Thursday, July 15, and Friday, July 16, will bo the great days in Los Angeles for tho general public. The grand Elk; 1 / parade Is at, 10 o'clock on Thursday morning, with an electrical circus parade at 8 In the evening. On Friday there will bo a massed band parade at f) o'clock, and the big midsummer floral and allegor leal festival at 10 o'clock. Thoso are the days to seo the spectacular par- fides. In tho meantime, entertain every Elk that comes your way. You could n't do Southern California a better turn than to send those follows away feeling that they had experienced tho beat time of all tho forty-five annual reunions they have held. IJAPTIBT CHURCH. Sunday School 9:45. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:4. r > p. m. by Rev. M. If. Custer. Prayer meeting think of the property owners and what j cvnt)InK( 7.45. All W. Q. Wednesday they have at stake. Foolish might, destroy what has taken twenty years to build up. are sport | them vlted to attend th'.-c,o e, pastor. cordially S. In- W. Fine Decorative Work. One of tho most beautiful exhibitions of mural painting and interior decoration to be" seen in this town Is the work on the walls of the now Odd- ffllowH lodge in the Snodgrass building. The work Is that of a local man, A. If. Crawford, who spent Infinite pains in creating the effect. The room is well worth studying as an exemplification of artistic work. Staggers Ranch Sold. C. E. Hoyle of Covlria has sold the well-known 20 Hero grove In La Verne belonging to John N. Staggers to Dr. A. E. Englehardt of Olendora. The place Is planted to Valonclas and navels, ten years old and In fine bearing condition. There Is a seven-room bungalow on the property and a pumping plant that supplies sufficient water for the ranch. Why Not Covina? The Argus would like to call attention to the descriptive article printed this week concerning Pomona'H now park. Comparisons are generally not palatable, but here Is aii object lesson right before our eyes which wo may not overlook. Why not. a park in Co- vlna? This locality has every advantage that Pomona possesses in laying out a pfirk. Foothill hind may bo obtained that will evolve into a pleasure ground as beautiful, or more HO, than Canosha park In Pomona. Tho groat need at present Is action, definite action on this park question. Pomona made tho same mistake of delaying, but rectified It at last. Every your wo delay adds Just, so much more to the value of tho land wo" muni buy, and choutH the city out of local attraction and comfort. What aro we going to do about It ? Protection in Covina. Police work is a hard and thankless tusk. In towns the sl/.e of Covina it Is generally acornpanied by very little remuneration. Dill the property owners demand protection, and in Covina they are receiving it, for which thoy should lie duly grateful. During the 'lirco days of celebration in Covina, *'ity Marshal Mehnort and his assistants proved that they were able to rope with the situation. Mehnort is sued enters that the town should be free from noise and disturbance until the time of celebration was at hand, and these orders were, in tho main, obeyed without question. Ami, on the principal day of celebration, Mehnort WHb ttblu to keep ord'T In a way that reflects credit on his fidelity to duty. It was a hard berth and lie proved to he a uood ollieer. Although order was kept w.dl, and f,o damage to property, was done during the celebration, it iri to ho ro grHleii that the young fellows of the ( town ivi-le thoughtless al limes. The) .-.pot lai ular li^ht in the main street n|' ,t Si ol'e (it yullii^' II.1-11 who (lilted :::.•••!,!•.-; a^aliiM e.u li other \\iih s ammunition. \\ as ill: 11 V. . i.- • Dill I i i. • i| ;i,'ii\ ..lii.ii- <-il in-r. Apt Pupil. CnptaJn Jones (Riving n ehort lecture to the recniltN of bin company on their demeanor In public)—If c civilian should mnke offensive remarks In • public house and try to Induce a quarrel the well conducted soldier should drink up his beer and go quietly away." After hlH address Captain Jonefl questioned his audience to ascertain If they hart eoinpreherried his remarks. "Now, Private Jenkins, what should you do If you were nt an Inn and • civilian wanted to quarrel with youT" "I should drink up his beer, ulr, and •ook It."—London Plck-Me-Up | At. the Methodist. Church, the pastor, Rev. H. W. White, will preach at II a. m. and 7:4.". p.m. Other services of the day: Sunday-school at !):45. .Junior and Intermediate Leagues at. *i:4.">. A cordial Invitation Is extended j to all. ! Presbyterian services, July 11. Bun| day-school, !>:45 a.m. Preaching 11 a. m. arid 7:45 p.m. by Rev. V. W. Mitchell of Anaheim. Senior and Intermediate Endeavor, *!:45. Prayer- mooting Thursday evening at 7:45, Mr. William Waterhouse, leader. All Invited to hose services. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. Holy Catholic mission at 10 o'clock In Woman's Club House. Services and mass conducted by Rev. M. H. Geary of Azusfi. Services In the Church of the Holy Trinity, fifth Sunday after Trinity: Holy communion, 7:30 a.m. Sunday- school, 9:45 a.m. Morning prayer, II a. in. Offertory solo, "My Soul Is Athirst For God," Mr. H. L. Marshall. Evensong at 7:30 p.m. This will bo a musical service, of which the program is given In full elsewhere. Christian Church: Sunday-school and church service, 10 a.m. Preaching by pastor, 11; subject, "The Good Seed of tho Kingdom." Junior, 6:45. Preaching service, 7:45; subject, "Christ Depending on Us." Good mu- ale. A cordial welcome 'M all. With the Minstrels. Hones- What am <le dlfTrence 'tween er pastry cook an' or bill Btleker? Tambo—Ah dtinno. What am do dlfTrenoe, MIstali Bonos? Bones—One puffs up 4e pnstc an' do othah pastes up d« Chicago News. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AMI) FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. Estate of David E. Lyon, deceased. Notice In hereby given by the undersigned administrator of tho estate of David E, Lyon, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims Against said deceased, to exhibit tho same with the necessary vouchers within four .nonths after tho first publication of this notice, to tho said administrator of the above-named estate it the law office of A. M. Ponce, rooms i and 8, Rood building, Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which place- IB hereby designated as ho place of business of said estate. Dated this 8th day of July, 1909. E. P. WARNER, Administrator for aforesaid ostato. A. M. Ponoo, attorney. I'Mrst publication, July 10, 1900. S-7 Centennial of the Disciples of Christ. Elaborate preparations are being made by the Disciples of Christ for their centennial, in Plttsburg, Pa., Oct. 11-19. The date is taken from the appearance of "A Declaration and Address," by Thomas Campbell, father of Alexander Campbell. A church was organized by them In 1811 at Crush Hun, Washington county, Pa. The Disciples have plead, from the beginning for Christian union, and have urged the abandonment of human creeds and denominational names. Thoy are seeking to "restore tho primitive church just-as the apostles loft it. "That they may all be one that tho world may believe," is their chief watchword, and, "Whore the Scriptures speak, wo speak; where tho S .Tipture.s arc silent, we are silent," defines their position as they have ocupiod It for a hundred years. Thoy have grown from one church In ISI1 to eleven thousand In 1909, with a membership of 1,335,000. They now rank sixth among tho great religious bodies of I ho nation. In personal and family lifo, In the niblo-school, In missionary, benevolent and educational work, high aims have boon sot for tho centennial year. Five groat auditoriums, with a seat Ing capacity of 30,000, have boon engaged in Plttsburg for tho parallel sessions of tho coming convention. All aro in a compact group at the entrance of Scheuloy Park. President Taft will address the convention Oct. 10. A special train over tho Salt Lake route will carry the Southern California delegation from Los Angeles to Pittsburg.—Contributed. Cook With Gas You nre invited lo call at our new ofiieo, 2l}(i X. Citrus Avenue, and inspect our line of Stoves and Ranges l''ii when your f_Ms is not working satisfactorily. Covina Valley Gas Co. 230 N. Citrus Whatever You May Hear Whatever You May Be Told, Whatever You May Think You See, REMEMBER! Our Prices Are Always LOWER Don't buy special sale goods until you have priced the same goods in our store. Well guarantee that they will be cheaper in price and better in quality. If goods are not as represented, MONEY REFUNDED. Every day is a special sale day with us. Our prices are the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, unless we make a different announcement. Something for you to see at our store right now' COME IN TONIGHT I HAVE : E $20,000 to loan ; 9 on first mortgage on Covina orange groves. j Will loan all or any part of it for five | years. All business personal C. E. BOYLE Covina, Cal. Phone 1112, . i

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