Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 6, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina, California
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Saturday, June 6, 1908
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Mr*. H, M R. H. FAE1RICK •—SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves. Paints, Oils add Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Letter Roadsters The Finest Hoys' Wagons at RABRICKL'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. JUNE 6, 1908. INO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS . P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 p t J. CWNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. DR. 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. tn. 2 to 4 p. in. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. DR. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, g-enito-urinary, eitr, nose and throat, diseases of the nervous system. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Phone 73 J^EED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. REltD G- D. JENNINGS 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 Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 53. COVINA. CAL,. "The Holy City." The traditional dullness of early summer is certainly not accompanied by any dullness iu the field of local music. Following closely upon the splendid concert given by locnl talent last evening will come Caul's magnificent oratorio, "The Holy City," in the Woman's Club House, on Friday evening, June 12, under the leadership of Miss Bess Alathilde Welch, ouo of Los Augolos's most gifted singers. The accompaniments will be ulayedhy Mrs. Hilda tiruujes. The rehearsal on 'Wednesday evening showed that the presentation on Friday night will bo one of much artistic moment. No such chorus | as this has been hoard here for many seasons. It is a chorus that holds no dead wood and every individual is a potent unit iu tho tonal total, giving a brilliant volume of sound that obscures all else in tbe climactic passages. Magnificent work is promised by the soloists, and it is readily accorded that no city of the size in Southern California has greater musical talent than Covina. Tho sole of seats will be opened at Clapp's drug store on Monday morning, where Heats may be reserved. Tickets 35c and 50c. PROGRAM. Part I. Contemplation, instrumental. Chorus. Tenor solo, "No Shadow Yonder," Mr. Whitsel, soloist. Quartet, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Whitsel, Mr. Walton, Mr. Wells. Chorus. Air, "My Soul is Athirstfor God," 'j'Vl'f* •i *r * V-* • OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; .Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. £)RS. C. B. & M. 7<. WALSWORTH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Special attention to diseases of women Suite 306-7-8 Lankershim Bldg-. Cor. Third and Spring Sts. LOS ANGELES, CAL. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building-, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home ohone 3164. Glendora, Cal. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-I^A W Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. DR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate^McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Verulome. p^ HONSINGEK Hotel Venduinc INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Surety a;.<l Live Stock. Lowest lati's, best companies. Notary Public. COVINA Shoe Repairing (o. Citrus Avenue Having recently installed the latest improved ilioe machinery, I arn now prepared to do all kinds of shoe repairing at short notice-. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every respect. Men's -j-swcil h.'ilt .v<:.:.i 7-".-. I.tidies' T:*V. I, hii.t --'^it:^ • ,o ; I.adii.-.i' i..i;.c<! . "". Jt Shall Be Light," Mrs. McLadgb- liu. Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Whitsel, Mrs. Wallace. Mies Bartrnm, Miss Doyle, Miss Thompson, Miss Farmer. Chorus, "They That Sow in Tears. " Air, "Eye Hath Not Keen," Mrs. Wliitsel. Chorus, "For Thee, 0 Dear Country." Part II. Adoration, instrumental. Air, "A New Heaven and a New Earth;" Choral Sanctus, "Holy, j Holy, Holy," Mr. Wells and chorus. Chorus for double choir, "Let the j HeaVens Rejoice to the Lord our 'God;" air, Mr. Marshall. Air, "Come ye Blessed of My Father;" chorus, unaccompanied. "The Fining Pot is for Silver," Miss Bartram and chorus. Solo, "Those are They," Mrs. Mo- Laughlin. Duet, "They Shall Hunger no Afore," Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Whitfiel. Quartet and chorus, "List tho Cherubio Host;" solo, "I Hoard the Voice of Harpers," Mrs. MoAllen and ladies' chorus. Chorus and ijuartet, "Great and Marvelous are Thy Works, Lord God." Covina Irrigating Company. Minutes of tho regular meeting of tho board of directors of the Covina Irrigating Company, held at the ofllet) of the company Wednesday afternoon, .lune I!, 100H. MemborH of the hoard present: Messrs. Kerc.Uhofi, Klliott, F.ngul- hard, Coolnian, Collision, Reynolds, M ene fee. The report of the atscri'tury .showed balance on hand, April.'!(», H'.W. Ill; .receipts for month, IIHK'C 21; total, 8511*;. HI; expenditures, Oil'l'll .11; ; leaving a balance in treasurer 1 !* hands of d'JMHS. . r i I. i The report, of the Kuperintcdnent 'showed expense for const! u<'t ion, 11 Hi 1.4 2. :if)l 5 faet of 1 '2. inch pipe laid on Glendora avenue and iTilrt feet of ,'!(J inch pipe made during i the month. Hills iillowfid and ordered paid, $ 1 i i i. <> i'. 1'resident and secretary authorix t-d to pay m.te of $ l.'iOO. A-jSfinmerH No. 45 delinquent June f*th. Adjourned. Married at Santa Ana. A di-ij.atefi from Kuril!* Ana an rio!jnci;>> the murfiiigf: of Raymond N. ('roil-,.:, of Covina, to Alildn.-d Fru/itr, of Ckndora, on Thursday. Memorial Exercises. The citizens of Covina, A/usa and Cilendora united in Memorial Day exercises at the Oakdale cemetery on Saturday last at 10:30 a.m. The exercises were opened by n few well chosen and timely remarks by the Rev. Paul Stevens of Covina, president of the Memorial Association. followed by an invocation by the Rev. W. O. Con ley of the Co viua Christian Church, and singing of "America" by all. The Rev. J. W. Nelson of the Aznsa finptist Church then pnvo n very interesting address on behalf of the citi/ens, which was followed by an address to the "comrades" by Rev. Robert Oriovo, pastor of the Christian Church of Glnndoru, and after another song by the audience Mr. N 7 . D. Mufcsey r end a portion uf the G.A.R. ritualistic service. The scholars from the various schools were then formed in line and scattered flowers on all the graves of deceased old soldiers as far as known. The following officers wore elccled for the ensuing year: President, Mr. N. D. Mnsscy of Covina; vico-prosi- dents, Mr. W. Q. Custor of Covina; Mr. A. P. (JriHIth of Azusn and Mr. J. V. Wamsley of Gloudora. The president elect requesl.s that everyone who knows I, ho name of any old soldier that is buriod cither at the Oakdalo cometery or the old cornel cry hand in the name to the vico-prosidput of their locality to the end that a complete roster of all the names of the old boys of '(Jl to '(55 may bo made. Ho also requests that every old soldier, whether of the Union or Confederate army, who is living, give to'uan^'^'ted^iflffldre^i 16 tiaor, vie*-; president of bis locality. On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Memorial services wore hold by the members of the various churches of this city in the First Presbyterian Church. The address WSIH delivered by tho Rev. H, W. dago, pastor of the First Baptist Church. It WIIH u strong and remarkable address, dealing in a practical way with prusent day conditions. The speaker prefaced hin rcmarkn with n brief review of tho conditions which actually existed in t!iu South at, tho time of the war, paving an earnest tribute to tho true character of tho .Southern people. In the way of introductory ho called attention to how misleading often memorial discourses and speeches wero, especially in two ways: first, in louving tho impression that tho North had always been solid against slavery and tho South solid for it; second, leaving the impression that the North was solid for the Union and the South solid for HOcoH.'jion, when in fact, a vwy largo part of the South remained all the while as loyal to the Union aH tho North. That while the North had given the negro physical liberty, the South had for all HIOHO yearn ninco been hearing the larger burden o' giving them mental liberty. Music was furnished by u mule ch''ir i if twenty voices. A Bouncing Ni-w Doctor. "Vo-isir. (i bnuii'-iiiy boy I.IIH arrived iit iiiy home," lalily l.oiiiiied Dr. ,1. I). Re.ed a« ho walked into the editor's office on Wednesday evening, "and I want the whole world to know it, and if then- in a better medium to accomplish this than Ibe . \rgilH, you will have, to 'hhow me.' Ven fir, and that boy, my wife KMJ'H, in to be called James i'diiiy lined, .Jr. 'f'ha'. made me the proud ewl IIIMII thai ever cloimed MiHnoiiri iih hiri birlhubioe. " As the Arxm went to preHH this morning the dec, tor again passed Hie offii:<; singing tlii: following ref ruin : Within our quiet ni-st at houn-, We have u lit tie hon. Four Miii I ing dayfi have f>HSKed !i,.;iy ! Since his young life das bi-g^in; ! l''our smiling dayn brief, l;;ipj,.> time, So fleet. li;i\e moved the hours, So l(i(.'li our Mli'p.i, 'At-'\i: i.tily hcemi'd tho Young People Hlope. The sensation of the week has been tho elopement of Miss Daisy 10, Woiser, tho sixteon-year-old of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woisor, and Albert E. Marshall, son of tho Into Al Marshall of this city. It WHS a case whore tho parents of tho fair bride would not, listen to tho ardnnt wooing of the young man on account, of the extreme youth of their daughter, and In their efforts to break up the match hial already arranged to take tho girl Kast. Howover, tho young people very eventually circumvented thin arrange mnnt by eloping to San Diego on Tuesday, where they wore married tho following day by the Rev. W. F,. Crnblrec, a brdthor-in-lnw of Rev. W. Q. Con Uf; of this city. Tho cnrreHpundent. of the Los geles Times of yesterday writes: " It neoniH the young pooplo evaded the pnients of tho brido by slipping away from her homo in Covina Tuesday night on tho protonso of attending tho theater in Los Angeles, and taking a train for this oify. When it. became known that thn daughter had Mod with her lover tho pnronls 8Unpoc,t.od they had gone to Mexico. A telegram was received at Tin ilunnii Wednesday afternoon notifying tho authorities ther« to U(H issue u license to tho couple, with tho information that, the girl was only 14 years of ago. No such warning was given to tho county clerk's office hero and when tho cuu- plo asked for a license young Marshall signed the affidavit to tho elf'ont that he was 21, while tho brido wwore that she is 18, Both gave ttioir address, a£ Co vina. , A^ttbi\ marriage 'tS£r|im)&'£ * 4 alia^b& i ""t(CJt(pl«f*vVft8',fi'i'nd.V to return north to receive tho parental blessing tho Ban Diego police wero notified to utop tho wedding, but it was then too Into and tho young people wero not molested, " Now that tho ceremony has been performed, tho parents of (lie young people have wisely decided to accept the sit nation and their blcHHlngH await tho young people on their return. The groom i« a handsome young fellow who h»i,H lived in Cnvinn all bin life. Tho bride moved hero with her pnrentH only n few months ntjo. It was a C'UHB of lovo at. II rut, sight on both Hides. tread the 1 Th"-i»: will !.<t li.i- usual hei\ii:<-,s at i i h»- fiie! hn-n (!hui«'ti oil ne;tt. Hun ' day. A 11 aie -/.elc' iiiii:. Demand for Orchard Property Continues Strong. Tho Covina Healty Co., Clark ,v Douglas, reports the hale of ton acres of navolH, within the city limits, the properly of J. II, Hrown, to I'. S. Doltn, who recently hold IIJH lemon and orange grove of 'JU aci'us for tf'lfi,- 00(1. Mr. DOU.H paid '*1K,000 for his new pureliaHe. There in a well on I hi! property, which WIIH formerly owned by I!. C. Pollard. Hny./ard A' Welch report, the Hiilo of ten IICI-CH, nave,ln and HweetH, located on ('ionci/a avenue, llm properly of I!. A. Welch, to (,'. It. Wedgwood. Consideration *!),ri(IO. Two IIOIIHCH and lots in Santa Monica, value iN'iOO, were taken In (ts part payment of thf; purcliasi! jirice, The Mime firm al«o rcportu I he wulo of ti n ncri-H of inivels ini'1 Valencia*, loitated on li(<nila avenue, the proper ty of (i. K. (irehhiim, to .MesHcn. Till l.y and While. (.'oimideriil.ion *I'J, 00(J, A hoiiHi; and three lots in I,OH An«eleH, value 8.0,000, were taken as part of the purchase [nice The Second i 1 Covinii is to him- another HIM..- ( paper. Mr. C. (,'. Man/i, fnimerly 1 of Kansan City, Mo , but rnon- ie ccnll.y of Riulto, f.'al., v. ill I.e Iho editor and pn.j.i ii:lor of the ui-vv ven lure. Ho IH a no'Ahpaj.i'r mnn of ^onm ( i ye;u-.' I'.xpei iei.-ci-. He, hd'i |,ur . ; rhiiM-d the i/liiiii lit tin- JJii'Aney 1'i 1 -' I jitc.h, wliich recently Misr/'-ndi d |.ul. : ((.day. ] | ('nvin;i in m iiv. 'mi.' and if ihcn: i> 'room foi Ivvo fie'Aspri[<i.|.s v.f 'Ai>-,h tl c • i !i k '• )./' -usui •• nl I h is I i tiii- in i • -. ii-i;ri ; in;' to Ijim und hi-, fdinily ;i hi-ail.v •A eli'o.'r.e, assur'irig him thai. tln-Aij/u. j V, ) I 1 h'-',l-l 1,1: found liirkllil/ III roui i \.i -r.'j I- a li-^H in.iili: compi't ilo:. | ((^^C^^^^A^^ Why the Economy Jar. B E CAUSE- It has no rubber to decay and spoil the con ten Is of the jar. It has straight sides and a month large enough to admit the h mid — no need of 'cutting your fruit or vegetables in pieces to can. It absolutely keeps meats, fish or vegetables without cooking, ami in fresh water, and will preserve. fruit sweetened or unsweetened. It is the only /;/o.vs jar that surely con be depended upon to keep its contents fresh as n>hen first put in, for years. 1'inl.M, $1.00 per do/en Quarts, $1.25 pur down iJ-Qunrks, $1.1*1(1 per do/,on j*^ T Making a Good Start One may have the sinccrcst intentions of opening a bank account, but if he putn it off from day to day or week to week, he is very apt to nojflccl it until too late. It is a good plan to follow the yood iiKixim, "Do not put off till tomorrow what you can do today." You arc very cordially invited to open an account with the Covina Valley Savings hank. •I per cent interest paid. Accounts of $1 iimltip received. >: *• Covioi) \Dnlley Covina, California FOR A KOOL KITCHEN KOOL KITCHI-N KOOL. KITCHKN KOOL KITCHKN USE GAS I'llOIIC II? COVINA VAf.UiY (JA3 CO. Citrus Avc

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