Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 18, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina, California
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Saturday, January 18, 1908
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. H. Hardware, Tinware, Stores, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, ShcfWitt>Williattis Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutler Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons at t^ABRIOK'S HAROIA/ARK dilBk' 4MMb «Bfc ^^BH^ ^QhM^^ ^^tfr «BBM^' Y/OL-. 3.6 COVINA, CAUFbRNIA, SATURDAY, JAN. 18, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS j^OBT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 F, J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Btk., - Covina, Cal. pp.. R. E. BATES Special attention given to diseases of wotnen and children. •Office and residence 4 doors west of r Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. £)R. WIIJvIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-urinary, ear, nose and throat, diseases of the nervous system. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m.,. .1 to 4 Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. ; rPhone 75 CO VINA BANKS PROSPEROUS «fe JENNINGS; PHySICIAN53,'^.ND SURGEONS J. D. REED V 0. D. JENNINGS 8-10 am • \ 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m .Officesln Reed blk., Phone 40. Resi- 'deaceoiDr, Reed 15. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. 'Jennings on Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 53. •'•'.' ...... COVINA, CAL. '- —1 -i-. —"••"'vto!' . : r^ OR. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg-. Covina, Cal. '"L OUISE Mt HYATT PROFESSIONAL NURSE Graduate of County, hospital. Four years' experience. References: H, D. Brig-gs of Azusa; C. M. Frazier and D. F. Hendrickson of Glendora; and Drs. Reed & Jennings of Covina. Home phone 40. Reed block, Covina QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Annual Meetings Held and New Officers Elected. The various banks of our city this week closed one of the most successful years in tbelr history, and this in t>he face of the fact that the country has passed through one of the most serious financial crises in its history. These institutions/are strikinK examples of the wealth and stability of this section of the state. TUB annual meetings were all held on Tuesday and the following boards 'elected: First National Bank—W. H. Holli- dajv president; Marco H. Hellman, vice-president; J. R. Elliott, vice- president; A. P. Kerckhoff, H. M. Hoitser, J. O. Houser, Charles Menefee, C. F. Clapp, Geo. E. Anderson, directors; W. M. Griswold, cashier; J. C. IJutchiuson, Jr., assistant cashier. Covina National Bank—J. B. Coulston, president; Dr. J. ,.D. Reed, vice-president; V. O. English, cashier; G. H. White, J. L. Matthews, J. H. Coolman, Samuel Feslflr, Oscar Miller and J. N. Mnurer, directors. Covina Valley Savings Bank—A. P. Kerckhoff, president;«, H. M. Houser, vice-president; W. H. Holliday, Maroo H. Hellman, George E. Apderson, J. R. Elliott, directors;, J. C. .Hutoliiuson, Jr., c"asGi«r*;"""Wr M. Gi j iswold, assistant cashier. United States Savings Bank J. B. Collision, president; Dr. J. I). Reed, vice-president; J. II. Coolman, J. L. Matthews, Samuel Fesler, Oscar Miller, Charles Nicolai, V. O. English, O. II. White, directors. J. C. HutchiiiHon, Jr., cashier of the Coviiia Valley Savings Bunk, was granted a leave of abscuco for six months, Mr, Hiitchinson has liad the active management of this financial institution for nearly nine years nnd tbo directors i'eol that iu3 i.H more than deserving of a holiday. The confining work of tlie hank was bo- ginning to tell on his health, whidi a rest will soon benefit. E B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home ohone 3164, Glendora, Cal. ANDREW M. PENCB ^TTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1037 Reed Block Covina, Cal. R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY .SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome. COVINA Shoe Repair Shop Adjoining the Owl Barber Shop. We (K) the- best repairing in town and use tint best material in the market at the niosr reasonable prices. Sii'.i>>- fitction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give u-> a fair trial yu!i will not regret it. We also i:arry ii: »io«:k every kind of rubber g.yod.-.. <;K< >K<;K SIMKON'i > !•'!•' , E, WOLFARTH , , Jeweler , . Large ;n:d complete stock of everything '-ii the Hue. Kejiairiiig of ad kinds. Fine v. at'h vi'jiMt <i special! ',' . Citrus Aveui'.e l.oviiia, Cai. Real Estate. J. J. Aschnnbromier sold through the agency of H&7.?.ard & Welch his nine aero orange grove on Cypress avenue to S. Blum (jf Los Angeles for $10,000 with the crop reserved. J. J. Aschonbrouner purchased the following day two residence lots on the (Jriswold tract, Kan Bernurdino road, Consideration $1'200. Mr. ABchorihreririor will eroitt at once a six room residence theteon for a home A. J. fleet/, sold Thursday fur (J. C. Kirby his five aero grove c)ii the San Bernardino road to Mrs. Lucy HUBS of Pomona for 81100 pur at-re. Ho also Hold the Name party two lots on the Kan Bernardino road for tl'250. On the following day he sold tbeso uropertii-H at a considerable advance to W. B. Lewis of (,'harlor Oak. The Htanton Realty Co. WUH also interested in the latter deal. Frank A. Smith, has Hold his Hrnall residence on Cottage Drive, facing 1 direotly down Third .street, to L. C. Lintlney of Long Beach. .J. S. Kekles iiiailu the Hale. Mr. Lindsey, who wan a former resident of ('oviii't, will return with bin family to nake it, again h\n home. ; Republicans, Attention. , 'A call is issued for all the ili-pub Means <jf Cotina to meet in the A O. I). W. Hall on Monday, .Jan. ^0, at H p.m., to I-(M. I'l/nni/i; tbc. ('lAtnii I'.e publican Club for active hervif: in the c'jfiii/ig {.residential campaign. A. K. KVANS, h'epoblicaii Central Coimnitleeman. liihtalls Officers Covina Lodge, I. O. (). F. , ha'-, in ht; itri l.e.Aly eieeleil oflii'l.-; ••. J'.i-t ( Mai,.). C. H. Ki-tli r : No Mi-. Covina Young Man Weds Santa Aria Belle. Geo. W. Finch, the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Finch of this city, was united in marriage to Miss Flora Ellen Harrison of Santa Ana on Wed* nesday. . -The coretnony occurred at 3:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs, James Harrisoi)| pit Bush street. > •%...'•,'' The Rev. J. A. Stevensdb of\ tb& First Presbyterian Church offlclnt^tl. Misa Lena Thomas tpresidea at the piano, playing Mendelsahon's wedding march aa the brldoamaids and grtwmauieii descended the staljtt^v and Lohengrin's .wedding mnroh as the bridal couple mnrohed down the stairs and took their position in the front parlors. The parlors were gar lauded with strings of ferns, dotted with white roses. poinsettlas were used in the ball /decorations.' Elsie and Gladys Harrison, sisters of the bride, wer? , bridesmaids, «ud Thomas and Raymond Finch, brothers of the groom, wire* best men. r ihe bride's gown was of white mesaaline, with an over-d.ress of loussean and trimmings of Duchess Inoe and embroidered chiffon made en traino. She wore a tulle veil, caught up witb« orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of white carnations' and ferns. Her going nway dress was a tailor- made navy blue, with hnt and gloves to match. groom, a Covina boy, was n f the Coviufi High School, . taking honors at the Uni- versitytrjf" California. For several years he was manager of the Wingood drug: store at Santa Ana, where he bepame .acquainted with bis charm- jug "b'fjae. He ia now the nropriotor of a prosperous drug business at Inyo, whore the hnppy young couple will make their home. High School Orchestra Concert. Tlio concert given by the Oovina High School orchestra, under (.lie direction of ita leader, Viol'. R A. Fil,'/(.Jorald, in the VVomiuiH (,'luh IlIoiiHO, last evening, can very fittingly bo pronounced u BUCGEKH. It BCOIIIH almost incredible Unit, any musician, no matter how gifted, could gather around him an UKgrnKii- tion of young people, some of thorn knowing barely tlie rudiments of rnu.Hic, and in Uireu short rnontliH produce an orcheHtra of which (/ovina may very well feel proud. Under Huoh leadership, Covina, lik(! Cedar Falls, Iowa, the former home of Prof. Fit/.(!ornld, bids fair to bocomit the rnuHical center of the Htate. The violin playing of Hubert PhilliM) W«H Huperb in both bl-i duct with Prof. Fit/fJuruld and bin Holo, a 1'antafiie from "('iirmon," which re coivod a rouf-in« encore. On account of the prevailing mat ady, la grippe, MI-H. John UiunjeH and MIHH ,JoH«-pliinc Widnoy, who were on tbe prognim for a Hoprano ami contralto Holo n-Hpt-ctively, were tin (able to be prcf-cnl. 'I bewe nunsbei'H 1 were filled by Mr. H. A. Howland, wboho n|)leii(li(l voice- aKvayn delitjIilM : bin I irttenerH. Anolh'ir pleasiuc number waw tbe reading, "'['be (iirl with the Telephone H.ibit," by Mii'H Catherine I'billeo '/'hi: cornel solo, " Jvlelueis, " by 1'rof. Kitz(ierald, wan piuynd UH only a niaHter can [day and I(H iniMnorieH will linger long with thoKO who heard it. i It in hoped that thin initial cooee, t | will only bo one of several during the Heason. DOWNPOUR SAVES CROPS Rain Comes With Rush of Wiiii Tuesday (ni lie II. M-<[eUuy, (ieii. < .'oi.ln tii.anrial r.t • -n-tai j , <•. H Whit.c. [ Announcement. Mi'-.s Kollef(jn, a graduate of tlii- Kiii^ <'i,Hhi-i y of Mn-ie. >.l San Jo HI-, <|e~,ireH to iuiiiijiiiiri- Ihal M|IC will hi: in ''mil/a on '1'nbHda.y ol r;a(rh 'Aiek t.u niv( iiiitnofoi'Ki I<"-.HCII- (ii ti»r rnuHiciil (.rainin« iiln: ar-.'-.iiiit'i a KoorJ, Hohst.nnt.iiil foundat i'.n. AIJV <le.Hir<d infonuat ion e:>(j l.<- proenn i at !l.c VeinIon,!-. ]l.|. Special Sale of Millinery. af. MI--I Keekiii i|'ri on N'.rth < inn a. eii'in. All I rii;j(i,i '1 hal-; al op,( ! h I I 'I Oil ' t I I '>."< lill f,l |l'(; ,1 I,ll ;, 1,1 1.1 < I . ' ij e;,e|i. Jll^ti t;i -i'li- '.f •.-! J n;ti pl'.ii.i": v.ill »,•• ,',M at -i'.> | ' i ' • i.» U -.4 M.'iii n K'J lar \-i r <• ''1,11.1: ui.'l .».(;-; It.crn. Southern California \vna thproUgly dretioliod Monday night and Tuesdny morning. The preoipltatlon, tro- mendous wbilo it lasted, wan noconi- 'd by a riiBhiiig wind of the 40- bour order, which uprooted tr^ea, razed billbonrds nn.l did other minor dnma«e. Although the 'pieolpitation wns very rapid, the condition of the ground was such that a great deal of the wntor Wait absorbed, the moisture doing untold beuflflt to grnib and many other kinds of crops. It also cleared tbo atmosphere of impurities incidental to a prolonged drought. In Coviiui Over .00 of an inch fall. On several streots shade trees wore uprooted ft»d limbs split from tbe trunks. A , large cypress troo on West; Badillo shoot fol! across tho trolley of thoiPaoiflo Eluctria railroad and the flasibi from tho oontacJ; Illn- rniuated the country ns bright HH clriy for several miles, The flash was so bright tbnt many arose from their bods and rushed to tbe windows to ascertain tho cause of the atrango light. In the mountains over six inches of snow fell. Thol storm was most timely and indications lire that January will i 1 4ll''rciOinvV an average voiufall. Flint and Avis Named Again. Motloy H. Flint, postmaster of Los Angeles, was nominated by the President on Thursday to succeed himself. Flint IIIIH been the most ellloient poHtimritor I^OH Angeles bun ever hud and bin rcappoinfnient in u just and fitting rc'ingnil.iun of the high efll cieiu'y, which, under bin tidministrii tion, IIIIH charactcri/cd tlie poHtal department in LOH Angeles. Another excellent reitppninfmenl, during tbe past, month has been that of Postmaster Avis of i'onionn. During bis first teiin I'ostmaHter Avis has inaugurated many improvements in the Pomona olllce nnd no town of it.H si/e can hoiiHt of a more ettlcient delivery than that enjoyed by the citi /CIIH of I'omonu. The I'omomt olllce has also recently been moved into larger and more convenient quarters, o 1 ' which tbe postmaster and niti/.eiiH of I'omnna may feel justly proud. I'irst (inn in Big Campaign. ('alilornia'tt llrst step in prcpara lion for tint next national enliven tion will be taken at San l ( 'i anoinco today, \vben members of the Kepubli can State Central Committee will meet to formulate the ('all and make other preparations for the slate <ion vention, '!>. C, MoCarvin and Wai tcr I'arker o 1 ' LOH Angeles, memburH tot tbe KxDi'Hlive ('ommittee of tbo ! State (,'en(nil Committee, left Tburs day nighi to attend the meeting. Several other meinberH of the Central ('ommittee are expected to attend from this section. There are to be two liicc! ingH, both at. the St. FraiKMH Hotel, one of the lv-.eciit.ive (,'ommittee, the other ot t he ('i-ol ral (.'(immittee.. it in believed that the hlale conven !li'iii will be held early in June. (l, [ .', 1 11 name, the ( 's(l it orn ia dele^ateit lo the natioriul eon', enl r <ri, v.hleh , i^i to be held in I'hieai'o Inter in the I'-ame monlh Alic-ady Ihi-ie n ••I !i n, l."h i \\' r >. lor place', a:i de|i-[',it CM to the Hat.e con \ enl .1011, lor Ihe, mem be|'| of thai body .'.ill decide V<ho -hall iipie-ent the hlale at t.fje bi(/ . ( bieai.'o con\ i-nl 11,11. i | I'ndei the law, it IM pio 1 . ifl.-.d tbal. j.iimaiy eleeliorn 'diull be held on jibe tii'-ii. Tuesday of Ihe monMioi May f ' ,1 I 1.1 ),il( |J' .41; ' :1 I'l.OOHIIIJ.' de lej'il I I l lo tiie ;t.ile. and dliliicl, <-oir, en I lon>t lo i h .-I d' ;.-/ali .1 :o I he nal lonal < • ' , i . •. i i j l i ' • o $ptevt)mvvt*Ka&^'!XiM*xxn f Every person enjoys fresh, crisp CRACKERS We have them, from Huotlcy & Palmer's imported fancy cakes and the National Biscuit line clear through the list. MISSION SODAS PARADISE SODAS NUT BROWN SODAS WATER WAFERS BUTTER WAFERS Sweet goods of all kinds and ilavora. They arc good to eat. P U R I T AN B U 1' T R R CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE Warner, Whitsel & Co. i' FIRSt, NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA ' ".' : ' '' •'*' . W. H, HolUday, President Marco H. IJcHmun, VU-.e-P.esidcnt W.'M. GriawGltj, Ciiahier J. G. HutchiiiBun, Jr., Ass'l Ciuiiicr W. H. Ilolliday J. K. Klliott J. O. Houser A. P. KerckholT H. M. HoiiHer (!cy. 10. Anderson Mourn, 'J a, in. to 3 p. m. Marco H. l C.. F. Chipp C. Metiefeo SOMETHING NEW! Arc; you intcrcstiMl in Saving Fuel and Labor In your horiu:? If so, come and see. dcmoriHtralion of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER •at- FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE BEN F. THORPE Successor to J. R. IU.LIOTT CliMliNT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of • CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE AH M/.i'H of well i:ur«:d pipe always in Htock, ICXCAVATINt; AND Ill'',AVY (JKADIN*; (building Blocks, Cement F : ence Posts, Cisterns Ilranch Yard In Glendora. Home Telephone 4037 American DixupijearinK Jlc<ln Covina \Datloy Savings OKKK'.KKS AND DIKI •',( :'I'< A. I'. Ken.MioH, I'rehiflcnt 11. M. Hi.UH.-r, Vine l'iesi<lent W. 11. H/illtil.iy M.inr, M. ( (',>;,. Iv A mlervjii /. ( '. Jliiti.hin'.'.n, fi . , C.riiiirr V.'. .'<! < ,• i .-.volil, A ,i slant < '.i^liif.l fiiterc-st Puici on Money (<> Loan on J'irst -dl r'statc YOU LOOK VVIil.L ! !.l> How About Your Orchard? UNION FKK'TIU/hK' CO ':, SIM^IAI, l-'K'UJ'I'i N(, v/ill i. •• <1 your irct . in ;i w.i •/ v/i/l jiiit. «i .1 n •(• -, in tin- \><i:-. .ui'l iiioiicy 111 trii- i/,tll!<. I,rl 11 Irll yl/il Illoli .llcill! It. W. II. '.Vlli'i I,, I)) ,lri. I AIM-HI i'hon.: ]•.'.-,:> <ii.i;.'••;!»< 'i\ A.

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