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Covina Argus (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Covina, California Ask the Leader Department Store what comes of Argus display They have a long line waiting every Monday morn You can do the He inserted this ad of duck Must be kind that dont With the eggs came this If the eggs break Ducks in LEADING NEWSPAPER SAN GABRIELAALLEY VOLUME 40 JULY 39 PROFESSIONAL CARDS RICHARD TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND WIND Groom has moved his studio to the corner of Center and Fourth opposite the new house he is J2LLEN RAMONA LITTLE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND Joachim School 125 Center of Bowing Phone 1237 THOMAS TREVOR TEACHER OF THE ART OF VOCALIZATION The singing voice correctly placed and Studio Jn Room First National Bank TEACHER OF GUITAR AND The best German and Italian courses Summer rates for two lessons a Room First Natl Bank 71 REED PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS REED JENNINGS 810 a m 1012 m 24 p 78 p m 46 p m Offices in Reed Phone Resi of Reed Badillo Phone 48 Residence of Jennings on Reynolds Badillo Phone GQODELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN First National Bank Build Office Residence CHARLES FINGERLE OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Residence and treating 108 Cottage Hotel Telephone Office 30 to 12 1 to Home Phone 47 Office Bank FRED ASCHENBRENNER DENTIST Office to 12 and 1 till Phones 184 Office over Argus QAIL PENCE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325333335 Wilcox Home 425 LOS LAURA SMITH EXPERIENCED NlRSE 235 College is fact ion HO RIC10 DENTIST OiTice in iSuller over Phone CONNECTED WITH SUNSET COVINA TELEPHONE USERS CAN CALL SUNSET SUBSCRIBERS Agreement Twenty Years Made Between Local Company and Sunset KDDA JL V Your Summers Pleasures will not be complete without z kodak or It helps to tell the story when you Get one at Tubers Studio You can telephone on the Covina Home system and reach your whether he has a Home tele phone or a Sunset By the Sunset telephone is meant the Pa cific Telephone Telegraph Com the one great competitor of the Home system in This agreement was entered into on July and will be run for a period of twenty Whenever you wish to call a party anywhere in you can reach the party by calling on the Covina Home telephone This means that Covina has actually a onetelephone The news of this agreement is sig It takes in the territory hounded by the Whittier hills on the the mountains on the the San Gabriel river on the and a mile east of San Dimas on the It embraces the towns of San Bas Baldwin Charter and The Pacific com pany will immediately run its toll lines into the Covina In towns where the Pacific company had but a few and in Co Hal where this company had prac tically was a great nuisance to be called by a Los Angeles party over the Sunset for it necessi tated a trip to the local exchange of the Sunset and a charge for messenger service to the party calling This has always seemed inas much as nearly every family in the valley is connected by Home tele In all the systems of Califor where the telephone service is above the average in the Home Telephone Company of Covina is one that gives universal and steady This company is run by a board of all being busi ness men and interested in the welfare of the The present franchise for public utility corpora tions fixes the charge on It is expected Uut a bill will pass in the coining session the giving the rail roar commission full power to adjust all rates charged by public utility This law is in operation now in many and is satisfactory to all By this the railroad commis sion practically has the business of auditing the books of every public service and the charge for service is based on the percentage of money earned on the corporations away with any objection thai the public minht have concerning a socalled monopoly of a territory by a public service corpora While the Covina Home Tele phone Company will have no compe tition in this its rates will lie adjusted exactly the same as are those where several are operat ing in NO MORE Very Shortly Los Angeles Will Quit Selling Garbage and This Means the the Covina valley is win ning out on its fight to oust the pig gery from the Baldwin Park The city of Los Angeles is now see ing the and also the men ace to The grand jury has made it strong in regards to the health and the citizens of Los Angeles are look ing askance at every piece of pork that comes to the And pork is on the so far as prices are Mayor Alexander Tuesday morning came out flatly against feeding gar bage to hogs and urged the council to take immediate steps toward disposing of garbage by reduction He does suggest any emer gency way of disposing of garbage un til a reduction plant can be The letter was referred to the public welfare It read The idea of eating garbagefed pork is The eating of it may be The city of Los if she wishes to maintain her reputation as a beautiful and cleanly cannot afford to encourage the feeding of gar bage to From the other point of the homes of those who live in the vicin ity of the place where garbage is fed to hogs are ruined practically for home and the property has less value for any To do away with this injustice to our neighbors and for the benefit of our some sanitary if income producing method of disposing of our garbage must be I have gathered considerable data on garbage and Humphreys of the board of public works has been gathering data and studying the for several dis posal of your honorable I would recommend fend urge that I your honorable body take this matter jup at and make provision either in the budget or the general expense for the construction of such a as thorough study of the subject j may determine to be the It might be to have some rep resentative of the city visit the plants of some of our large eastern cities be fore our plan is definitely decided up STAFFORD IS Covina Christian Church Selects Wit sonville Man To Direct Re ligious Work Sixteenth Diocesan of the Watson Christian has ac cepted a call to become the pastor of the Christian church of The church will be supplied by for the coming after which Stafford will arrive here to take up his new The Covina church was unanimous in call ing this new and the YVatson ville people have been equally unani mous in expressing regrets at the pas tors coming The Watson ville a newspaper circu lating in the speaks very highly of the pastor in the fol lowing Stafford and his family arrived here less than four years ago from the church in which Stafford hail served as pastor for thirteen The Wat sonville Christian was badly in debt for its new building when Stafford but today the church is absolutely free from all the i onuregation lias been materially in the Sundayschool Li larger i i han and the church is easily me of the most flourishing in the Stafford has proved an indeiatig worker for his church and his his labors have been rewarded already in many waxs ami his depar ture from Ibis city will lie regretted hy many people in the city and iwlio are Mil members of his BUYS TRACT IN LA VERNE REYNOLDS ACQUIRES 120 ACRES AT MOUTH OF SAN DIMAS Property Will Be Set to Citrus Kansas City Attorney is Another Large The largest realty sale of recent date in the Covina is the one this week of 120 acres to Rey nolds of situated in what is known as the La Verne at the mouth of the San Dimas and in taking in a portion of the en trance into the The sale was made by Anna Douglas of who has been the owner of this property for many The original patent was signed by Presi dent Cleveland in Reynolds is the former owner of Valencia Park on Rowland a piece of property which he brought up to a flue state of citrus cultivation from bare is his intention to improve his La Verne property by the planting of Valencia and It is one of the finest locations for residences to be found in the whole as the land lies 79 acres of it being on a natural The property is close to the where an excellent view is enjoyed of the valley Reynolds will build a large resi dence for himself within the The contract has been let by the new owner for an eighteen inch to be put down by Catey of Los When the well is completed the owner will probably put a por tion of the property on the The land surrounding it is practically all In lemons and and the well Spirits It is a pumpwater many wells in The consideration for the 120 acres is not ATTORNEY BUYS The tract of four years old Valen navels and lemons in Charter through which the San Dimas line of the Pacific Electric railroad now containing 14 acres and be longing to English of the Co vina National has been sold this week to Attorney as sistant prosecuting attorney of Kan sas The new owner was re cently married to Miss Anna Rey daughter of Reynolds of Vincent and Reynolds joins in the purchase by taking 1 acres set with lemons and The remaining 21 all in Val will be improved by Attorney and it is his intention to build a residence there within a short The property was sold for English is responsible for the im provement of this and is has been an investment that has been watched closely by ranchers in this The land has proved to be highly adapted to citrus and has increased in value rapidly in the last four The sale was made through lie realty firm of Doug las of RAILROAD MUST The sixteen annual of the Ipiscopal of has been taken from rhi presses of Argus 1rblisPhi Com ami is luiim distribute by Mil Allrid pasror o the na Epismpal secretary the Thf annual report L the result of much caietil compilation on the part of and can lie truly called a work of many 1nder the ppon from Cov tlte church is six en a total expenditure which of the expense s of buiid iiu the now SPECIAL MUSIC Episcopal Church Will Hold Evcrsorg i With Many Numbers For Choir and i The new oak pews for the Holy Trinity Episcopal have ar n d The interior of miili more uni liiiw these The church is completed and in pastor is ar Closing Out Sale of All All trimmed hats and flowers at half Stayso ribbon for double A discount givon on everything in the tf MISS SARA Headquarters For and camp Co vina Furniture on the i building LA made form and pews are n i w i i of the Linking for ait evensong of a special i to be held tomorrow evening a The special music will be as follows HrocesLiolal full choir hymn 4H tenor Richard Draper bari itone Edward Sprotte tenor solo with male Henry Mar Richard Malcolm Mc and Edward Sprout soprano Miss Evelyn Fletcher tenor solo with mixed by Henry Mar Evelyn Fletcher Belle Har Richard and Edward recessional Espee Wishes to Macadamize Instead of But Trustees Will Not The Covina city trustees listened to a proposition from a representative of the Southern Pacific railroad the meeting Tuesday in which was asked that the Pacific Electric work on Hadillo avenue He done in oil macadam instead of as is called for in the specifications for this The company wishes to he al lowed to macadamixe the strip be tween the tracks and TWO feet on each instead of as the re mainder of the street will be done by the The company claims that macadam is easier to keep in An invitation was tiiven the trus tees to t simil ir work in South ern and the trustees were o have acciptei the invitation and on lie trip of insnection yester but the matter was decided dif Tintrustees are not in favor of making iny change in the specifica tions at tills The Argils lias also iniirvifwed a number of property and they are unanimous in their expression that the railroad shall held to do the to conform exactly to the rest of the The Covina per Read the Little Want Notice To All contractors in Covina are noti fied that pastor of the Covina Catholic wishes to have them get into communication with regarding the building of the new Catholic church at Plans and specifications are in the hands of the pastor at and may be ob tained Gearys phone number is Axusa It FOR laying hens and young Phone A Glass of IceCold Concord Grape Juice Doles Pineapple Juice is very refreshing and helps one to be more comfortable these warm Both kinds sold in pint and quart bottles at 25c and Also sliced and grated pine apple at 12 20c and Fine for ices and almost any service during warm Purveyors of Pure Exchange DIRECTORS Anderson Clapp Elliott Holliday Griswolil KerckholE Marco Hellman Houser Houser Menefee Beardsloy OFFICERS President MARCO Vice Vice Cashier and Covina Savings Sank DIRECTORS OFFICERS Anderson Holliday Elliott Houser Marco Hellmnn Kerckhoft Griswold President Vice President LEONHARDT Cashier Capital and No Wonder You Are Tired with a constant strain on your Kyestrain is exceedingly fatiguing to both mind and Hotter pre ir growing into something worse than Come in and let us hell you with the glasses our expert ex amination of your eyes will determine von Fancy Combs and Barettes We have received a large and beautiful selection of fancy solid gold inlaid combs and which await your Watch our windows for a display of a small portion of Our barettes are guaranteed against Finchs Jewelry Store GRADUATE ENGRAVERS ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS 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