Covina Argus from Covina, California on August 7, 1909 · Page 1
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M. r FABRICK PLUMBING FABRICk HARDWARE SAN GABRIKL\AI LEADING NEWSI3U>E VOL, 40. COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, AUG. ?, 1909. NO. 32. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ^^S^S*^^S^S^s*~^^**^**^*^^^***~^*^*~'*****^***^* f ^~^*^^* mt ^^* [)R. STEVENS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olinda K. Stevens Tuesdays and Fridays |)R. J. C. GOODELL, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office, First National Bank Bldg. Hours 9 to 4. Phones: Res. 250. Office 175. & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS j. D. KStKD 8-10 a m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m G. D. JENNINGS 10-12 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, CAL. J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., Covina, Cal. FRED ASCHENBRENNER DENTIST Office hours, 8:30 to 12 and 1 till 4. Phone 184 Office over Argus Block. WONDER IN WEIGHT. Fourteen Year Old Girl Weighing 333 Pounds Makes Visit to Covina This Week. To be fourteen years old, six feet in height and weigh 333 pounds, ought to be distinction enough for any young lady, and this is the truth about Miss Gertrude Fry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Fry of Crocker street, Los Angeles, who has been visiting relatives and friends in Covina this week. While here she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Dull on West College street. At the packing house, which she visited one day thla week, she consented to be weighed, and tipped the scales at 333 pounds. Miss Fry is undoubtedly the heaviest woman in the United States, and places Bliss, the one-time heavyweight bicycle rider, far in the shade. The giri is well and happy and good- looking, taking things calmly as they come from day to day. She says that Southern California suits her perfectly, giving her the health which makes for happiness, and with the exception of slight headaches, she has not felt any illness since coming to the Pacific coast. While living in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and in that vicinity, she was subject to slight fainting spells, but since coming here these attacks have not occurred. Miss Gertrude has one sister younger than herself who is also a heavyweight, but not to be mentioned with her distinguished sister. Her father and mother are both people of ordinary size, but it has been MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. Western Fraternal Association Making Phenomenal Growth. A California Institution. Splendid work is being done In Los Angeles county by the Western Fraternal Association, which has a threefold mission—that of protecting its members in case of disablement, promulgating the virtues most desired by mankind, and seeking to improve the social and Intellectual status of Its members. Several prominent Covina I business men hold policies In the TfiAC STRING INSTRUMENTS. Introductory prices: $5.00 per month, two lessons per week, at my home. Howard Street Covina ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT L,AW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 . LOS ANGELES, CAL. ^ W. WELLS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Covina, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Office, over Warner, Whttael & Co.'s store. Hours, 12 to 6. 1191/2 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. bright young girl of this age carrying a weight greater than almost any grown person has ever arrived at in the world, with her sunny disposition and apparently perfect health, is cer tainly astonishing, and Miss Gertrude Fry deserves mention among the re markable people of the world. Money to Loan AT LOW RATES. —on Improved City property or for building on easy terms of payment. tf J. H. COOLMAN, Covina. 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 IN HIS NAME. Dedication of Long Beach Church Takes Place Tomorrow. Picnic Tuesday. Tomorrow at Long Beach the largest Methodist Episcopal church In Southern California wll be dedicated with elaborate ceremonies. Erected at a cost of $185,000, thin building will undoubtedly receivet he approval of church architects throughout the state, and its design is such that the work of the church may be carried, on in the most thorough and satisfactory manner. Long Beach Is a thriving hive of people of this faith. The rapid strides of this organization IB due largely to the untiring fidelity to duty of Rev. W. A. Belts, who has built up a monster congregation, and now has a beautiful home for his people. The building IH 155 feet square In the interior, finished In quiet but exceptionally beautiful carvings and mural decoration. The auditorium has an Immense seating capacity. A great deal of attention has been paid to the acoustic qualities of the church, so! that It is possible to hear the words of speakers from every portion of tho Association, men who believe In placing their insurance where the sill-plus will be used in promoting local enterprises. During the first year of membership the member is insured for one-half the amount for which the certificate is written, which enables the order to furnish insurance a,t a less rate than would otherwise be possible. The supreme officers of this Association are: A. Harvey Collins, formerly principal of the Covina schools, now of Redlands University; J. I. McLaughlln, supreme president, Los Angeles; G. L. Travis, supreme vice-president, Pomona; J. E. Brockway, supreme treasurer, Los Angeles; Allan P. Nichols, supreme attorney; C, J. Balfour, supreme secretary, Los Angeles; A. B. Newklrk, M. D., supreme medical advisor, Los Angeles; William E. Rlggs, assistant supreme secretary; W. H. Taggart, supreme auditor, assistant cashier of the Santa Fe; T. J. Phillips, AFFINITY DISPLACES WIFE. F. W. Hyde Is Hauled Before Justice Ling By Long-Suffering Woman. Claiming thnt her husband, K. W. Hyde, had discovered an affinity, and had left her to her own resources when she hud none, Mrs. llydo, wife of a formei' Covina painter, caused his arrest this week, and he was obliged to appear before Justice, Ling to answer to this charge. Just who the damsel Is who hns won away the Covina painter from his wlf-j has not as yet developed, hut Mrs. Hyde IH sure that she has experienced trouble enough from her husband and wants themiattor to be taken into consideration* by t!ie authorities. It Is said thnt Hydji has beon In more or less trouble with the authorities since his mar riagM, owing to the accumulation of bad debw'aiul other petty offenses. Hyde's preliminary examination was set for .•Vusifot 16, and his bonds fixed at . *T'!^r , $1,5*0, which he was unable to pay. Mrs. Hyde Is the granddaughter of the lato Samuel WIllltH of Dexter street. Her maiden name was Mlns Emma Orr, and she Is a lady of high standing in this community. IN OLD MEXICO. George Hazzard Think* Well of Thli Country's Future In Settlement. Word cornea from Mr. George A Hazzard, who Is at Empalme, Sonoca Mexico, that this new region of Ills choice Is ^experiencing much Amerl- Angeles; H. E. 1 Ciirzcn, supreme escort, Oakland; Accident benefits are furnished to all benefit members totally disabled by accident after the first week fqr a period not to exceed twelve weeks for and one disability nor more than twelve weeks in any one year as follows: On a $500 certificate, $2.50 a week. On a $1000 certificate, $5.00 a week. On £• $2000 certificate, 10 a week. On a $3000 certificate, $15 a week. Lous of Eye, Hand or Foot. Pays you, after one year, for the loss of an eye, foot amputated above the ankle, leg, arm or hand amputated abcve the wrist, upon proof of the same as follows: If Insured for $500, $100. If Insured for $1000, $200. If insured for $2000, $400. If Insured for $3000, $600.- Total Disability and Old Age Benefits. Members joining the ordor under the rige of 28 will be considered totally disabled on reaching tho age of 00; from 28 to 35 Inclusive, ago »!5; over '.lit. ago 70, and total disability benefits wll be paid as provided. Upon satisfactory proof at any tlrne after one year, that a member has become tot.illy disabled either through sickness or by accident, IK; shall receive the balance due under his certificate in monthly payments a» follows- On a $ ,00 certificate, $x.no a month. On a $ auditorium. It IH three stories in | month, height. The auditorium for the pri-j ( )n ;i mary work and all matters pertaining , n>ont.h. to the Sunday-school is a separate 2000 certificate, $.",4.00 aj 3000 ceMificale, $.",0.00 a capacity of Southern Pacific agent at the local, station at Empalme. His wife is paying a visit to friends In Los Angeles. While here, in the flnn of Hazznrd & Welch, realty dealers Mr. Hazzard was one of the most sue oessful salesmen in the valley, and n heavy amount of business was done In the past two years. It is not too much to say that Mr. Ha/.zard has real estate In view In Mexico at some future time. NEW PROPRIETORS. Palace of Sweets Taken Over by Men With Long Experience In Confections. George K. Hart and V. (J. Morris, two confectionery men well known on the Pacific coast, have purchased Townaond's "Palace of Hweots" on CltriM avenue, and are fitting It up In a thorough metropolitan Htyle. Mr. Morris la himself an export candy and boii boii maker, whoso experience nuitfi'H over eight yuan*-on this coast and In tho eastern HtateH. fin him had IOIIK itxpr-rlonce with Chrlntopher ami Kosgiito & KeoH In LOH AngoloH, whore IK- vvfiH rccoKiilxod HH one of tho topnotch mixors of dainty contortions. The now proprlotors have goim to work liiiinodlutoly to fill their OUSOH with now tfoodh. Tho sodu fountain will Ins mado 11 distinct feature, and ;in Hie weather <:OO|H they will carry :i line of light lunchcH. GOOD JUDGMENT. 5 Wolfarth's THE OLD RELIABLE Jewelry Establishment Large and complete stock of everything in the line. EXPERT REPAIR WORK Citrus Ave. Covina, Cal. part of the building. ! Rev. Mr. lietts is a well-known Christian worker in Covina, a.-; well as throughout the Pacific coast .The dedication is tomorrow, and on Tuesday the Southern California conference will hold its annual pl'-nic and meeting ;>r this place. i . . Hodges on Craft Case. ; \in<>ii'. r . the twelve men who are nit-' ting iti judgment on Captain I'road- head of I.os Ai;xeles, charged with bribe-taking, is ./ K. Hodges of Covina. The liroadhead .jury is probably the iiiont important .me empanelled in Soul here California for many years ai.d wa only Delected sitter several days of i ha'it n^inx- Mr. Hodges, together v. Hli Anili'-v, McAllej,. na.-i been Saw the Exposition. Miss Kara Kechj'.rd has returned from a trip to the North, where «hc has had an extended vacation at the Seattle exposition. Miss Ueckard wa.-i very much taken with Hie country In the north, but is not ready to say that it is better than .Southern California. On her way home. Miss Keck anl stopped several days in Kan Francisco, and hpent considerable time choosing her fall Block of millinery from the leading houses of that. city. She announces that she will have a t i! line of the latest creations ready !•,! tt.e tall trade. For Sale at a Bargain. li;e be.-.| re.-,jl|.•[,,.. .-;.-•( ! ; ,-| i K b K. < 'a Hennessey & Coodell Will Open New Quarters With Music Tonight. .'.'e'.v ii'.vnltiKH, new up-to flale win dow ici't-rlnK. new caneH and an air ol );eni:ial prosperity in found In the Hennessey &. (joodell pool p.uloi.-i tills v,'ee|{. '!';.(• linn has changed HH location fro'n the old stand to the ,;tore left i'a'-.<>' i by .1. !•'. Home, Hie ;?M)cer, on Cpi'UH avenue. The change means much more (ban merely a more central location, an it, IH in a place where busineHrf can be done on a bn/^er scale. M'. G'jodell, ibe man in charge, i.i bec(,riiinK more and more popular and hiti ijurtine^,-! :H therefore i/jcrea., mi'.. Tonight Mi. (ioodeil will have an o|.e[iiii»', wl.'-;i frei; clj/a.;:-, v. ill be h.mrl-'j out to hi.t |i;i!ron.'. A'iih a ;-en ei()U,'. Iniid 'the jiro/ir letor v. ill ha-.e a piano and .-.ome i-'oo<i oiiii^ini', v.tiii'i '..ill aili) 10 I):'- e-...|,;rij/ 1,1 ;,ool pi,.y . You can arrange a number of fine, appetizing dishes, without much labor—just what is needed during the summer months. Eastern Cheese per Ib, 25c California Cheese " 25o Oregon Briok " 30c Imported Swiss " 40c Imported Roquefort " 60c Imported Edam each, $1.25 Pineapple Cheese " 60c McLaren's Club " 15c Canada Cream 2 for 26c Neufchatel 2 for 15c German Breakfast 2 for 15c Also, cold boilod ham, sliced to order, sardines ranging from 5c to 40c per can, fresh fruits and berries. You cannot go wrong on any of these. W. II. IIOLMOAY, Prmiilont MAIUX) II. IIKLLMAM, Vlco 1'ron .1. H. KU.IOTT. Vlco I'rcH. W. M. (1HIHWOM), CuHhlor [ M. I.UONIIAKDT, An.it. (Jiiuliiur DIRECTORS OFFICERS G. R. Ancloruon C. V. Clapp J. K. Elliott W. II. HollUluy Marco If. llollman II. M, HOUHW J. O, llounor C. Mulinfoo A. P. Korrlilioir Capital and Surplus $98,000.oo Covina \Dalicy Savings Stank Covina, Cal. DIRECTORS Goo. K. AmlorHun J. It, KllloU Miuco II. liullmuii W. (I. Uiillhliiy II. M. Mouiior A. I'. Km-c:kholT OFFICERS A. I'. KKHUKHOVV, I'lmbiant II. M. IIOUHKK, Viva I'rwildrnt W. M. UIUHWOM). C»»hler Capital and Surplus $44,000.oo -X^XXXXK^^*-X";-**<«.^^XX^ \ Silverware!!! | i i ? In order to give the people of Covina and vicinity a ? Z choice of Silverware, two of the best makes in the £ $ United States will always be found at •£ I FINCH'S ] •:• v World Brand Silverware The most beautiful silverware manufactured, using the grape design exclusively. Triple plated, 20-year guarantee. Silverware that's worth the money, Triple plated, .ar tfnarantef.. iple plated, 20-year Rogers 1 Silverware e that's 20-year guarantee. Finch's Jewelry" Store 103 N. Citrus Cummin^:,' (J on lei. t ion cry N. B.---"Finch fixes watches that stay fixed." W..'. I, I'm : I,iii .- i.i-y.l •-•/. ,-i. .

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