Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 5, 1908 · Page 1
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Mr«, H. M , F\ H. FABRICIC CAMPING OUTFITS, CANTEENS, CAMP STOVES. GUNS TO RENT, AMMUNITION FOR SALE. COVINA PURITY FIRELE5S COOKERS Ever See One Work? RABRICK'SS HARDWARE ARGUS VOL COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. SEPT. 5, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS \ DR. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. ROXIE E. BATES, M.D. Special attention given to treatment of diseases of women and children. Office and residence East College St., first door E. of First National Bank Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. J£EED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. USED 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 299. COVINA, CAL. DR. J. C. BARNEY, DENTIST Over Argus Office • Covina, Cal. Phone 284 ORANGE MEN WILL CONVENE p s J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. C. H. WEDGWOOD ARCHITECT AND BUILDING CONTRACTOR Residence, Cienega, near Grand R.F.D. box 204 Phone 306S i {JEO. H. SK1DMORE ARCHITECT The Vernon, Myrtle Avenue Phone, Red 296 Monrovia, Cal. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 32S-333-33S Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Saturday's in Covina. Office Argus Block. QR. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office and Res. San Bernardino Road Phone 1016. Down town office, Keefer's Livery. Guy E. Fairly Electrical Contractor Everything in the Electric Line Call and see my fixture room equipped with the he.st line of fixtures in the valley. Lo» Angeles prices. Office with II. P. (iarrison's Bicycle Shop Citrus Ave. Men Engaged in Growing and Marketing Oranges go to Kansas City. Plans are rapidly taking shape for the convention of representatives of the California Fruit Growers' Exchange, to be held at Kansas City, beginning September 9th and continuing for three days. Manager D. Eyman Huff of the Covina Fruit Exchange ia in receipt of a portion of the program for this event, and preparations are being made locally to attend the convention. A representative is to be sent from every one of the orange shipping associations and exchanges in this vicinity. Secretary G. N. Atwood will represent the Coviua Citrus Association, A. K. Evans the Orange Growers Association and Mr. Huff the Covina Exchange, all gentlemen including their wives in the journey. William Hoogendyke wiJl go to represent the Charter Oak house. Dana C. King represents the A. C. G. Exchange, and R. F. Blankenship, W. F. Hendricks and B. Miller will attend in representation of the Glen- dura, Azusa and Irwindale houses. The gentlemen, to the number of about seventy-five from Southern California, will probably go in a special train and will start on the 23rd or 21th of September. Special stress is laid on the point that the Exchange invites all ornngo and lemon growers in any 'part of the citrua belts to attend the convention. Special rates to the East have been supplied by the railroad companies on all lines. The convention will open Tuesday morning, September 29th, and there will be two sessions daily, from 9 until 12 and from 2 until E5 o'clock. Three subjects will bo considered at each discussion. President F. Q. Story of the Exchange will act as chairman. The convention will be welcomed to the city by the mayor of Kansas City, after which it will be opened for the general program. Some of the subjects to be considered are as follows: "New Shippers, Small Shippers and Unknown Brands"; "The Growers, Their Fruit in the Markets"; "Picking, Packing and Shipping"; "Distribution and Sale at Auction"; "The European Market for Citrus Fiuits"; "The Grade, the Paok and the Package"; "Assignment and Shipment of Special Orders," and other interesting papers of the trade. Many of the papers to be read will come from men well known by tho citrus growers of Coviua and vicinity. The convention comes at a time of year when all can best afford to attend, and it is contended by the Exchange that the meeting will be one of inestimable value to the rancher as woll as the men connected with shipping. buys at Beaumont. George Reeg, who recently sold 40 acres in Covina to D. L. Peters, and who is now at La Mirada, has pur- 1 chased 150 acres in Beaumont, adjoining the townsite, for 11^,500. I Mr. Keeg is to coloni/e German farmers on this tract, gelling in tracts of 5 acres each, and ihe land will he (planted to grapes, apples and pears. ji'iverside county b building a road through the center of this tract and with bridge* and culverts will spend it 1,000. WORTH OF CHKAH LAND I will exchange my I,o.-> A tigelir.i rit property fur ^amu. W. S. McKKh,, Home »•*).?. li/7 Security lildt'.. Main <t) '>-- 5th .'iiiti spring Su Inspector Appointed. S. L Sj i-i.c^r haa benu appointed «ct"i- in tl.u rmpli.y i,f the LI,H .\imti\Kii Horticultural (''.(jm.imion, arid will confine hi* work t.'i the (,V- vinii diitrict. Thi-> diiiiict h.n hcen divided, '.v.ji.^ t'. I'n'i -Jiradiiy in creaiii.x amount '-f '•',.,ik rt inif.ec lion. Mr. Sf fiicer IT '•'•> iki:.^ muli-i the ->i.("-i \ iiio.'j <-t ''oi.'.iii :--iioii.-r (.'. K H.-ii I,, and it.iiir.l in > •?-,!••.• 1 <> n. !.t." V 1 -il.lt> •,{ J. .'• l/.d': I*: Death of Dr. Wm. Thome. Four score years of a life beautiful because useful and upright, cnmo to a quiet close ou Wednesday afternoon of this week through the death of Dr. William Thome, a man whose business life practically ceased on his coming to Covina, but whose influence has been felt widely in this country. He was 89 years old. Besides the aged widow residing here, he leaves one son, William B. Thome, a searcher of records for a title guarantee company of Los Angeles. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at, 2 o'clock at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Kev. Alfred Fletcher officiating. Two hymns, old favoritea with Dr. Thome, were sung, "Abide With Me," and "Rock of Ages." The church was crowded with friends and relatives, and the casket was covered with beautiful floral offerings. Dr. William Thome wns born in Tivorton, Devonshire, England, January 22, 1820, and came with hia parents in 1834 to America, locating in Chautauqua county, New York. He studied medicine at St. Clairvillfi with Hedges & Kimball one year, afterwards with Dr, Hill sixteen months, going from this teacher to the Buffalo Medical College in 1847. He practiced medicine in Chautauqua county for one year and a half, and then returned to the Buffalo university and graduated in 1850. For six months he was located in Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania, and then removed to Hastings, Minnesota, where he continued bis work up until his removal to Covina in 1898. He was a member of the American Medical Society, the Minnesota State Medical Society, and was known as »p authority on obstetrics and diptheria. Dr. Thome was a life-long member of the Episcopal church, a devoted churchman and a liberal supporter of the work throughout his life. The community of Hastings, where he spent the greater portion of bis life, loved rind respected him, and knew him as a faithful practitioner in whose hauda might safely be placed the care of their families. Ho has u record in the medical circles in Minnesota which is one of an enviable nature. Since coming to Covina ho has devoted himself entirely to tho supervision of his orange ranch of eighteen acres. When this ranch was taken over by Dr. Thome it was in extremely poor condition, and Dr. Thome stated himself that tho fruit taken from it, th« first year netted him only 8150. So intelligent and constant has boon the doctor's application to agriculture that ho recently sold one crop for $11,050. These figures are placed in tho story of this man's Ufa history to show that whatever he attempted he always attended to to the best of his ability. During tho ten years he lived here Dr. Thome wns a member of the Coviua Country Club. Hit whole life was art exemplification of right living, of charity and rectitude, and hia passing car: only be looked upon aa tho natural tei inination of a lifo Hrent. Club Forming. A meeting of young men wan called to order at 8:15 p.m., Aug. HI, in the S'ander.s building, by the chairman. The initial [taper of tho organixation was read and several signatures obtained. The proposed constitution and bylaws wore read by tho chairman of the committee. Tho committee on location reported that they had found a suitable building which could be easily obtained. They will give a fuller report at the next, meeting. A few prominent men wen: suggested an K-j''d men for directors. A vole of thanks was tendered Mr. Haiders for the iir.i- of liin building for the even ini^. The in-.xt meeting was voter) id \ib held i'iida.y "'••ening. This meet- ii.g v.a*) held Imt evening with a laij/fc nuniher present, and the tor mat 101. i,f a club J-. Urein ed. \ln >oo ..ant to .-(-li your lanc city pi'.peit;. .' j.lit. il with Je !;••.', n«.ld-,, olii'-.- v. it). A. .\I i l;*:t;d U'.. k. SEPTEMBER MARRIAGES Attorney Pence Signs Life Contract. Headley-Simpson Nuptials. A quiot simplicity marked tho wedding of Attoruoy Andrew M. Pence nnd Annn Russell Finch nt tho Methodist parsonage on Tuesday evening of this wook. Tlio ceremony wns performed in tho presence of 1m- mediuto friends nud relatives hy Rev. Hurry \V, VVIiitc, pastor of t.ho churoh, at 7 :!!0 o'clock. Tho homo of tho pastor WHS (Ittingly decorated for the occasion, nnd immediately following the ceremony n short reception WHS hold. It wns tho intention of Mr. Ponce to escape all his friends hy rooking n quick and stealthy exit to his automobile, hut there were a few adventurous spirits who succeeded in Hatching the machine, with tho result that the hride and groom were showered witli rice and confetti. The machine was flnuly decorated with old shoes and calico at.reamors. Mr. Ponce is tho legal adviser for the city council, and In this capacity IIIIH shown himself to be an able attorney, and it is expected that this latest contract which he has drawn up for himself will surely bo as binding as the others he has drawn in the past. Mr. Penco is a native of Zenith, West Virginia, where he received his early education. He in a graduate of the University of Southern California Law HdtiOof, and entered the bar at Los Angeles in 1005. The bride is one of the beat known and popular ladies connected with the Methodist Church of Covina. The bride was attired in a pearl gray wedding dress of mosseline silk, elaborately trimmed with Normandy Valenciennes lace. On leaving tho house for tho jouney she donned a blue novelty coat with picture pattern but to match. Mr. and Mrs. Ponoo succeeded in getting aboard the electric cor without norioiiH inter ference on tha part of their friends, and proceeded to Kanta Barbara. They will be at home to their friends ac the corner of Third and Badillo street the later part of this month. A quiet wooding in Ban Diego united Miss Anna Headloy and J. II. Simpson of Irwindale in the bonds of holy matrimony. The happy couple, accompanied by Mr. Herman Headley, brother of the bride, and Mrs. (JriffitliH, niece of the groom, took the trip by auto on Wednesday morning and were married in the afternoon by the Kev. K. K. Watson. The brido is u native of New Jersey, having come here about twenty years ago with her two brothers and sister, Mrs. Kino. Upon the deat.h of her elder brother, Htcphon Headley, two years ago, she inherited a large citato, which lias well proved her ability IIH a bufdmisH woman. Hhe i," a handHorno, charming and popular unman, who IIIIH been famed for her imperviouHnoHH to tho darta of (Jupid, only to fall a victim in the Hummer of life. J. H, HirnpHon in a wealthy orange grower of irwindale and tho mar Hugo JH the culmination of a long friendship and proven congeniality. Truly in California, flowers and fruit, sunshine and happinoHH, abound at all HCHHOHH of the year and of life. Ho-Look-Cornel Kvi-rybody in invi*<-<l to attend tin- Democratic rally to ho held in the Womanb (Jlnh UOUMO in the f.'ily of ('ovina, on Tuiihday, H<-ptc/i:bc-r 8, I'.ltt'H, beginning at. * (/clock p.m. To mlilrbSH tin: meeting, abla (• < ; poundt:r:-i of i>t:m.>cral ic priiidplcs, including Matlibon H. J..ii<n, of LOH Ang(:UtH, lh<: '•ilvt:/ tongucd (.lalor i/f - S'iiith'rro (Jalif'.i nia, liavi: l.i-cn hi- l'Ai:l.y V(<t»:r crj(/i(- ;iiio' tnililf your ht'ly trii:iidi v.tlh .v.u. J'V 'ild(:l ••XlClltiU' f .Ililli 1 t !<;(•. ijrjan Kern l>i.-iii',(::at ic (Jlub. A Store Full of Sudsy Soaps "37" Different Varieties S(i(i/>K_fdt' the Laundry. Svnps for the Toilet, Soups for the .S7v'//. Soaps for the I/nir. EOery Manner of Suds Producers from "Grandpa's" to "Colgate's." Name a price <i)ui -vc'rc a i/uality to fit it; a soap \on"U fall in lore with. 11 y the ti>ay llatic you ordered your ot)er~Sunday bread? i«*f ttat iotiol ft**!*. ,-,::.), .fJ-:.?&&*$j.#A'- ^Sr ,.' ; ~^r DIRECTORS OFFICERS G. E. Andcrfloii Murco H. Hullnian W, II. IIOl.MDAY, I'rmtldmU C. K. ClitDp II. M. HoiiHur MAKCO II. HliJ,l,MAM, VI™ I' J. H. mili.lt J. O. MouMur J. It. KI.MOTT. Vk'.i Trim. W. II. Hullldny C. Miuinfuo W. M. (1UIHWOU), Ci.HliUn' A. J 1 . Korckliolf J. C. IIUTCIIINHON. AMH!. rmt Capital and Surplus $90,000.oo Covina \Dallcy Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. DIRECTORS OKFICICKS Gco. K. Amltmum W. II. Ifollliliiy A. I'. KKKCKIIOI'T'', |'ri>Hl>lifiil. J. It. Klllutt II. M. lliiiiKdt II. M. IIOUSKIt, Vlco I'nmhlrnl, Murco II. llnllmuii A. I*. Kwrrkliuir J. C. IIUTCIIINHON. Cimliliir W. M. UltlHWOI.I). AHHI. Cunlilor Capital and Surplus $42,000.oo Don't Cook Yourself A hot fire will cook a good meal^and a hot kitchen will cook the good wife, Don't Do It Use Gas and be comfortable uud happy

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