Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 21, 1908 · Page 1
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R. H. —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils fttirt Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Boys 1 Wagons at RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL. 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. MAR. 21, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JpOBT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. I). DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. \ Phone 284 JS. J. CUNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 'Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. jf)R. R. E. BATES ' Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Office and residence 4 doors west of Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. rphone.288 Covina, Cal. f}R. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases ^Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-urinary, ear, nose and vthroat, diseases of the nervous system Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. '•Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Phone 75 TRAINS IN COLLISION & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 3. D. REKD G. D. JBNNINGS 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 ^Reynold* addition. E. Badillo St. SPbone 53. COVINA. CAL. Passenger and Freight Meet at Vineland. No One Injured. With a terrible crash Southern Pacific passenger train No. 15, westbound, collided headon with the engine of the local freight train, No. 248, at Vineland, a sma^ll station 3 miles west of Covina, on Monday morning at 8:10, the speed of the passenger at tbe time of the collision being nearly 25 miles uu hour. The wreck is tbe most remarkable in the annals of railroad accidents in Southern California in that no one in the well-filled passenger coaches of tbe passenger train, or in the crews of the trains, was injured beyond minor scratches and contusions, except engineer William Rotsler, of the passenger train, who was badly bruised about the legs. Dr. J. D. Reed, railroad surgeon, in company with tbe Argus reporter, was early on the scene but fortunately his services were not required. The terrific force of the collision w as shown by tbe condition of the passenger engine, the tender of which was forced into the engine cab almost to tbe boiler plates, the steam pipes being broken and the bead of tbe engine smashed completely. The front trucks of the IpasBenger engineI;M»>thrown off o<,,tfAi tract • .. ,1. .„!.,« ..£<.„./<.£ ,*vJ -.ltd ../.,£ _, I. ^ ,uJ!i _?. Inventor Visits Covina. Mr. G. Wm. Schllchten, president of the Schlichteu Ramie Company of New York, and the patentee of the machine which will revolutionize the manufacture of ramie yarn, was in Covina yesterday, tbe guest of W. B. Broadwoll. With small beginnings, the output of ramie yarn has grown from year to year until It reached nearly ten million pounds last year, the laigest part of which is produced in Germany. T,he merchandise produced from ramie and best known all over the civili/ed world and enjoying the highest reputation and esteem for comfort and health is tbe underwear brought into the market since nearly t.eu yours by the Schlichten Ramie Company. It is now sold by over one thousand dealers in tbo United States alone. Our local merchant, W. B. Broadwell, carries a complete line of these goods. While in the West Mr. Sohlk-htnu will arrange for the planting of a large acreage in Southern California, most probably near Calexico. OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 IFirst Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. •QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA ^Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Estate Agents Win Suit. Tbe real estate firm of Stauton & Welch secured judgment against Alex Carnuhan in the Superior Court this week for 8300 and the cost of tbo suit, which will be in the neighborhood of an additional S200. The litigation grew out of. a real estate deal in which Carnahan refused to pay a commission of 1300. Carnaban contracted to purchase tbe orange grove of C. E. Crawford on the San Bernardino road, tbe contract providing that as a part con B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home phone 3164. Glendora, Cal. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 .Reed Block Covina, Cal. [)R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome. p < HONSINGER Hotel Vendome INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Surety and Live Stock. Lowest rates, best companies. Notary Public. COVINA Shoe Repiuj (o. Citrus Avenue We do Hie best repairing- in town and use the best material in the market at the most reasonable prices. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give us a fair trial you will nut regret it. We also carry in stock every kind of rubber goods. GEORGE SIMEONOFF rails. ' Toe paMenger y.^-v,-^ themselves from instant d| ; atb by jumping. 'V John M. Blancbfleld, the engineer of the freight, was running bis train on time orders. After leaving Bassett be found be would not have time to reach Vinelnnd before the arrival of the passenger. Uncoupling his engine he left his train on tbe main track and went abead about one mile with his engine to flag tbe passenger. His watch was two minutes slow and just as h'j alighted from his engine to go abead with tbe flag tbe passenger loomed up out of the fog, not more than six car lengths ahead, going at a speed of 25 miles an hour. Tbe crash was inevitable and that there waa no loss of life is remaik- able. About forty persons were in the two day coaches, and tbe combination mail, baggage and smoker on train No. 15. They bad not the least warning of the coming accident, as the conductor and brakeman were in the rear of the train. When the shook came, tbe passengers were thrown forward against tho scats and into the aislen. Several women wore in the two front coaches, but they suffered IO.HH from the shook than did tbe men in the smoker in tho rear. When tbo hiss of tho scaping steam from tho boilers was hoard, and the passengers bad recovered in a measure from the shock of tho impact, a rush was made for the doors. In the rear coach woro Deputy District Attorney C. C. McCorimB, Cup- tain John T. Brady of Pomona, former supervisor, and H. (i. Schuler of San Dimas, a meuiher of tho term jury. Captain Brady sustained several scratches on his right hand. McComas was thrown violently forward to the seat in front, but came out uuscratcbed otherwise. MJ.HH Margaret Middloton and Robin Orai ham of Charter Oak were also passengers. r Jil'tbe entire 'donfraot, alleging that tbe trees were infested with parole scale, of which he had no knowledge. Tbe real estate firm brought suit (or the col lection of the commission and secured judgment. A. M. Pence was the attorney for 'Stauton & Welch. NEW BUILDING GREAT CREDIT. Methodists Open Sunday.School Section of New Church. Tho opening of tho Sunday-school and social section of tho now First Methodist Church building on Sunday was an event in which tho entire community took pride, and the day la not far distant when tho magnificent auditorium which is planned will also bo completed. Members of the church and congregation and members of tbo community were present in largo numbers to rejoice together at tho completion of this part of tbo work, which was started only a fow months ago. Sunday-school services and tbo preanhing service Sunday morning formally opened tho building. Dr. S. A. Thompson, the presiding elder, preached tho sermon. Special music included selections by tho Sunday- school orcbebtra under Prof. Fitzgerald, and anthems by a choir of thirty-five young voices trained by Mrs Harry W. White, wifo of the pastor of the chnrnh, and a well rendered solo by Mrs. W. W. Nimim, "Gracious Spirit Love Divine." The Sunday-school' bad an attendance of 209, and tho fourteen classes occupied separate rooms for the first time. The pastor, Rev. Harry W. White, preached an excellent sormou in the evening. This portion of the new church has been constructed at a coat a little in excess of 17000 and the main floor bus a seating capacity one-half greater than the, old church building. San Dimas Citizen Dies. F. E WOLFARTH ,, Jeweler , . Large and complete stock of everything tii the line. Repairing of all kirni.-*. Fine v.-atcn work a sueciiilty. Citrus Avenue ,'iua. l-a.. I A. A. Torrey, woll known to many of our citizens, died at. his homo in i Kan Dimas early Thursday morning 'after a lingering illness. liert T«*r- :rey, ae he was familiarly known, was 'connected with the SheriffH nflic,e under John Burr and SV. A. White. He had also held several responsible positions ir: the courthouse. Mr. Turrey v.us 40 years of age and uu married. The funeial will r,e held today with burial a I. Ku-riMeeu CCIIK tery, L'.rd-iourg, uudei tin- iiu.-j>ic,<-:i <,{ th.- Klki. Confirmation Service. The annual confirmation service was held in Holy Trinity Church by j Bishop Johnson on Sunday morning | last, tbe church being crowded to tbe doors. At the beginning of tbe service, the candidates, including four mem hers of tbe choir, wore presented to the Bishop by tbo rector and the beautiful confirmation service followed. Tho Holy Communion wan ce'o- brated and the Bishop gave a fooling address to thoso who hud ronowod their baptismal vows and to tho congregation at largo, urging thorn to koop in touch with Cod and to look to Him to heal their sicknesses. | Appropriate music, including a 'solo by Mr. Sprotte, was ronderd by tho excellent choir,which in under the leadership of Mrs. .John BrunjfH. Independent Ticket. Yot another municipal ti'ikot IH in the tleld. It was noniiriatnd without formal call in tho oftlco of Fairly A Pollard on Saturday evening. These SM'iitlemcri who are coekiii).' the sull- rage of our fellow oili/.oriH are: Trustees, Goo. W. Coalman, Ii. C. Pollard, Kobt. Crenshaw; marshal, I. C. Fairly; (dork, A. M. Pouc.e; treasurer W. M. (Jriswold. liurdette Lecture. Last evening, in the Womans Club Houso, under the auHjiices of the ladies of tho Baptist Church, Until. J. Hurdetto of Pasadena, the gift'''! humorist, gave one of his inimical lectures before a large audience. His theme was "fj'jod Medicine," At its close, smiles wreathed the fares of all, shriving the efficacy of the medicine which had purged for a time at least all sorrow and hitter ness from the hearts o? thowi present. rooms, alF no arranged that they con be used an one for the opening and closing exercises. Upstairs are the pastor's study, library, and bible class room, in addition to six large class rooms. Tbe building is well lighted throughout'aud tho most up- proved system of ventilation has been installed. The Methodists will continue to worship in this building until their new auditorium, which will cost in he neighborhood of auothor 17000, is completed. Fortnightly Club. An int rn-.Hting discussion of tin franc.hiie juesti'.u, aw rier the notice- in i:nl. v,i--k'-i Ais/us, v.ill tit- neld a' th<: l/n-irl II \>, -,t the i''oi r flight ly ('In! li>-",! MI. nlll.V <•'• I'll idtf, the 'Jl'-.t Kac), mi-n.l.i-r n,ay iu'-ii<- <>\^- VI-.HM-. Real Estate Sales. Ha/zard & Welch report the Halo of ton acres of Valencias, lemons and uavelH, located on the -corner of Grand avenue and Badillo street, owned by Earl M.. Whoatland of Whittlor, to W. M. CiriHwold. Consideration $1500. Tho Hamo firm also reports tbo flulo of ton acres of Vulon- oias and navels, located on Workman avenue, ownod by fjoo. W. and Sam'l S. Ascheribremior, to C. H. Boattio of Suritu Barbara. Consideration 3i:ir»oo. C. W. Potter has Hold a residence lot, on Cottago Drive to W. F. Kioir, who will at, once (Mimmeiic.o tho erection of a handsome residence. Col. I 1 '. M. Chapman and Charles Mom.'fee have purchased of Richard Kllison bin thirty acre orange grovo on (irand avenue, adjoining tho Men efeo estate. A large portion of tho ore-hard in in full bearing, tho balance being vacant ground. Farmers fleet Today. it, IH a gala day for tho memhers of the Covina Valley FurinerM 1 Club and their friends who will meet this afternoon at the residence of Mr. arid Mrs. N. D. MiiHsey. In addition to the many trfmtH in store \vill bo an address on good roads by Mr. A. I'.. Doder. chief engineer of the L<IH Angeles County Highway Commission, who will not. only tell his hearers how to make fi.od roads ti at also where they will i/rohaoly 1,0 huilt. On this oc.c.asoin will a I HO be celebrated the united birthdays nl tiib hont and hostess and a few surprises are in store which the Argus is not, at, liberty t«, mention this week. A full attendance of jnem Notice. i. ar.rt -i for Moufl.iy, I <,viji,i j,,,(•.'..i:; "f v, il tfanur, tf£ff»f o S Oh How Good - To find a cup of delicious, steaming- colTec bidding you, "Good Morning 1 !" Just the right flavor. No wonder you take a second cup, and risk being late for a third. Makes you go to work happy. That's Why We Call Premier Blend, the "SATISFACTION COKKKK." The coffee that is blended, rousted, and scaled in two and three pound cans under our own personal direction. HACKED by our guarantee. HaDen't tried it? Then M>e'i)e both lost something. ATIONAL BANK W. M. GrUwold, Cashier J. C. Hutcbluson, Jr., A.s't Caahi«V W. H. Holliday J. R. Elliott J. O. Houscr DIRECTORS A. P. Kcrckhoff H. M. Houser Geo. E. Anderson Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m Marco H. Hell man C, F. Clapp C. Meuefee YOU LOOK WELL FED How About Your Orchard? UNIONFERTIU2ER CO.'S SPKCIAL FRUITING will feed your trees in a way that will put'oranges in the box and monev in the bank. Let us tell you more about it. W. H. WHITE, District Agent Phone 1252 GMCNDORA Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of building's. Building Contractor COVINA, CM,. I g GAS FOR FUEL $1.50 per thousand feet net Covina Valley Gas Company M.I i- I. '.: ,r«l. ' . '«'• ill ', Office, Citrus Avenue Phone i U

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