Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 10, 1908 · Page 1
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Mr*. H. M R. H. RAESRICK CAMPING OUTFITS, CANTEENS, CAMP STOVES. GUNS TO RENT, AMMUNITION FOR SALE. COVINA PURITV FIRELE58 COOKERS Ever See One Work? RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. OCT. lo, 1908. INO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS [)R. J. C. GOODELL, OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23, Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. I)RS. STEVENS AND BARRON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olinda K. Stevens Tuesdays and Fridays Dr. Emma Ban-on Mondays and Thursdays 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. & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. RBED 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,. [)R. J. C. BARNEY, DENTIST Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Coviua, Cal. £ f H. WEDGWOOD ARCHITECT AND BUILDING CONTRACTOR Residence, Cienega, near Grand 'R.F.D. box 20+ Phone 3065 QEO. H. SKIDMORE ARCHITECT The Vernon, Myrtle Avenue Phone, Red 296 Monrovia, Cal. AN ARCHITECT IS SELECTED School Board Chooses Pasadena Man to Draw Plans. After a deadlock lasting for practically three sessions of the Covina Union High School board of trustees, au architect was chosen to draw plans for tee 360,000 high school building. The work is to be done by P. S. Allen of Pasadena, who has boot) the architect for 351 high and grammar schools in the United Slates, and has wide experience in architecture, both in the eastern states and on the Pacific coast. Other architects who competed were Norman F. Marsh, who planned the South Pasadena high school, and Mr. Kelly of Los Au- gelea.' The school board was for a time tinable to agree for the reason of the high efficiency and experience of all the architects, but it was decided that Allen's work in the past showed him to be capable of filling the position without doubt, and ho was finally made the unanimous choice of the board. The next step to be taken is the letting of the contract, which is expected will ^e accomplished within the next sixty days. The 860,000 school bond issue was sold during the Intter part of last week to the State of California, and the bonds were bought out of the state's surplus school fund. A pre- realised, \yblcb ^^PM 3 * 610 is considered a good sale, and accomplished only through the fact that the bonds were placed at' the small denomination of 81,000 each. ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building-, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Saturday's in Covina. Office Argus Block. £)R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office and Res. San Bernardino Road Phone 1016. Down town office, Keefer'a Livery. A DAME VAN VLIKT Teacher of VOICE CULTURE (four la and IMANO Graduate from European Conservatory, yeara fcxperienre in teaching ahroa/1. Speci for advanced pupils. Removing defects in organs of speech a Kpet'ially. METHODICAL SPEAKING Full attention given lo beginnfcra. Trial le.- free. Reception hours Thursday from two lo fi.ur. Residence, Eant College Street. Covina. Urn list the* JUST RECEIVED A new and up-to-date supply of Cards and Folders for your photo*. Special price* during Sc-ptein'ucr. C. W. Tucker's Studio K(.'L»AKS AX1' Mi'FJ'rji-;^ Sudden Death of a Pioneer. Tho death of Mr. 0. C. Bobminan at the Sisters' Hospital, Lu.s Angeles, early on Monday morning, came as n shock and a surprise to his many friends and acquaintances of the upper San tJabriel valley, many of wLotn had not heard of his eeiious illness. The deceased was taken suddenly ill on Thursday afternoon, his case being at once diagnosed by local physicians as appendicitis. Friday an apparent change for the better occurred, but ou Friday evening ho grew rapidly worse, and was taken to the hospital Saturday morning for an immediate operation. The surgeons entertained no hopes of his recovery from the first, as it was found the appendix had already broken. He lingered in u semi-conscious condition until Monday morning. The remains were brought home and the funeral held from thu family residence on Bonita avenue at 2:)U) ou Tuesday uftui noun, Hcv. H. W, (iage, pastor of tho First Haptist Church of this city, having charue u< the service. At thu Mountain View cemetery Uio Oddte.llowH took charge, the deceased being u member of Coviua lodge. He uas also a member of A'/usa Camp, W.O. W. Tho funeral was one of the largest ever held in the valley, the decennial being onu of the first pioneers to locate in tin; upper San Gabriel valley. He was a man of generous impulse and never forgot the hospitable days 1 of the pioneer. The stranger, even though u beggar, never 'ailed to liml food and shelter it he, sought it at Mr. Hohanuan's hai.'drf, and he uab at ' home by the bed-iide of the hick and delighted in all kinds of neighborly offices. Hb had borne aihur.-my bravely, death culling him ju 0 t n« he was about to enjoy the f;i os|.i-nly i he tiail labored for year* to achieve. i C. ('. Uoh;ui:;aii was horn in Kl Monte, Feb. 1*'., Hoi, mining in 18?:i to this [ait ot the vulltry. In l«8»i he man it-d Maiy K. Haiti .if Oregon, and to them were bom tiiree hoys and two tfii Ib, :ill ol v. h^m art) living: 1't-rk-, age.l HI; llnlplj, ! 0; Mabel, If,; Meluee, 11; (i«oig«-, 5. The family vvill noiitinue to ln« at the home on U<,l,ila a'.ein..-, v.h.;.'t: they own 1- . tic;tri > ! Valencia o: -J 11 if e t. The h>•!•«.!•,.- I ,',i.i..w ,»-, ! . i.ii I:'-:. EDUCATORS TO ASSEMBLE HERE Farmers' Institute Program Replete With Timely Topics. The University of California Fann- ers' Institute opens its meeting at Covina on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, October 23rd, at the Presbyterian Church. On Saturday morning the session opens at 10 o'clock. The afternoon session begins at 1:30 o'clock and the evening meeting at 7:30 o'clock, thus making three interesting meetings for this day. Considerable care has been taken in arranging for speakers, and some of the most prominent educators in this state and vicinity of the Pactic slope will be heard. The Friday evening program is as follows: Violin virtuoso, Robert Philleo; address, "'Soil and Care of Citrus Trees," S. S. Twombley, Ftillcrton; male quartet, "Norway Skoal Song," Henry L. Marshall, Robert A. Rowland, H. G. Wells and Edward Sprotte; "Street Trees and Landscape Gardens," Ernest Braunton, Los Angeles; soprano solo, Mrs. Paul G. Stevens. Saturday morning' at 10 o'clock. — Instrumental solo, Miss Meta Brunjes; Ouestiou box conducted by J. B. Nefi, Anaheim; ''Insects Affecting Our Groves," C. E. Bemis, Covina; soprano solo, Miss Evelyn Fletcher; ."Duty of Water and Evaporation, " J. B. Neff, Anaheim; solo for, pianoforte, Miss Anna Reynolds. , Brillianate for pianoforte, Mrs, George Van Vliet and Miss Meta Brunjes; question box conducted by J. B. Neff; contralto solo, Miss Josephine Widncy; "How to Buy and Use Fertilizer 1 ', Dr. S. S. Twombley; tenor sulo, J. M. Stanton. Saturday evening at 7:30. — Instrumental duet, Mrs. Collins and Miss Evelyn Fletcher; "Planting Eucalyptus for Lumber," Ernest Braunton, of Los Angeles; vocal solo, Mrs. W.W. Niizutn; "How a Tree Grows," Prof. H. J. Ramsey, Whittier; tenor duet. Messrs. Marshall and Howl.md. A full discussion will be held after each paper and all are requested to take part. The objects of the Farmers' Institute arc to promote agriculture and horticulture; to show where wear and tear can be diminished, labor saved, methods of cultivation and production improved, and the general welfare of the tillc.r of the soil advanced. All farmers should conic and bring their families. The committee of arrangements consists of Prof. A. H. Collins. R. M. Douglass and \V P. Watts; committee on mu.s'n;, Mr-.. it'. E. Bemis, Mr.-.. Paul Steven-., Mr^. Douglass and Mi.ss Meta Brunjes. ( )n Friday afternoon, Oct. 23, in . siead of Saturday, the Covin.i Valley ! Farmer*' <'lul> will hold their regular i meeting at the home of Mrs. <i. .1 . JKciiioi'K, at '.vhi.-h time Mr. .1. li, : Nell will adflr-'-i t|iv member-.. I:A«f:R J : OK DOLLW-K. (ireftl Reception Planned l : or l'i\va Senator In Lua Angjlcs Monday. A hug'' delegation of local Hc|,uli licans ami Jovvan* ha\e made arrange ynents to attend tin; Kepul)! lean rally in the Shriner iilidilol iilln in Los ,\n tgeU'son Mdiiduy (Ceiling, Senator i Jjollivrr of lnviH being the |ii incipul I speaker of the evening. ! The Uusiness Me/i's Taft Club of I Los . \ugeles is preparing a toiisiiii.' ! reception for this brilliant speaker j Mini Monday will go down in hintoiy ! Hn Taft Day in Los Angele->. ' A r <•<:»;),( ion coiniuiitef', headf-d l.y \V. lJ. Ht(;|jhe.iiS, chairiiiaii of ll.e Tuft club, will incut Senator l)olli\»-r jwhun lit; arrivi.-s iri thu moliiing and 1 Chcort him to Sbu 1'cdro, -Aheid the i day will I.e .s|.-<-nt inuficrtiiiK the f.ai • bor. The h.cal rej/re^eiitati vc ..I the (:<>ui(iiitt(:(: i-i (.'• 1. t 1 '. NS. (Jhaptiian. ; At tin.- iiifeetili^ in tlit; anditoi iiuii in the evtiimx ~-nt-it!'.r I-'ia/ik I'. Flii.t ".ill \-.:>.»i<\>-. OPENING OF TENTH YEAR Monday Afternoon Club Holds Birthday Celebration. A beautiful day, beautiful rna- tumos and a brilliant, opening meet,-' h.g, betokened a successful season | for tlio ladies' Monday Afternoon | Gin I). There was a largo attendance on Monday afternoon and among the visitors present, were Mrs, F. M. Douglass of Hollywood, and Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Long Beach, who wero respectively tho Mrst mid second presidents, and also several Indies who are anxious to become members. Miss Anna llorron, with her usual modesty and dignity, gave tho president's opening address, in which she spoke of the aim and oh.joot of the club and tlio work planned for tho season. Splendid addresses woro given by Mmes. Douglass and Morgan, their talks being chimu'lcrmul by deep feeling and commanding intellect, both speakers being splendid specimens of the women of our day. Piano solos by the Misses Faultier and A mm Reynolds met with hearty appreciation. A social hour followed, when refreshments wero served and tint monster cake, which was made to celebrate the tenth birthday of tlio club, wafi cot by Mrs. Douglass. ed to 813,50 and will be used to supply the needs of the club kitchen. The next meeting will be held on Monday at 3 p.m., noL today HH iri the program. It was decided to hold the household economics meetingH on Monday always instead of Saturday. An address on ".Modern Sanitation" will bo given by Mr. F. W. Fiibriolc and the musical numhci-H will include a vocal Holo by MJHH Fletcher. llos- t<>HHOH for the afternoon v.-ill lie Mines. iVaHicr, Crawford, Htevenn, Whilsel and J. II. Matthews. COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT, 12 This Store Will Close at 6d5 , m, EXCEPT ON SATURDAYS tithes* flat i 'J/~" +W or_, DISTRICT CONVI-NTION. Covina Entertains OeRree of Honor at All-Day Session. '1'ho Heiiii-nunuiil district CDUVIUI- lion of the. Dogroi) of Honor, laditm' auxiliary of I.Jio A.O. [J. VV., WIIH hold at, an all-day HeHHion on Thni'H- rlay in Oivina with largo rupniHenla- liniiH from cvitry portion of llm (•oiiiily. The dohigalcH caiiut in u ' bofly from Lou AngiileN, I'aHadoiiii, A/IIHII, f jlrMiddi'M, Monrovia, Kl Monti! anil othor tuvvn.s. I Tim tour grand oflli!ern \vern: I'IIH). , (Iraiul (-'hief, Mr.H. (.'aloHol Iji.:- An- : gclcs; I', (i.C., Mi'H. Kloni Nyn of ' I'aHadi'tia ; (Juind (-'hief of Honor, MIM. K. |j. Cyii-niiH, LOH AngeltiM; !'.<;.(!., MrH. Nina AHhton, I 1 '. I Monlrj. ; ,Mi-ti. (,'ult:f and MIH. Nyo urn alno I ini'iiilicrH of the Superior lodgo. '/'he ; [ lerideiil of the convention wan Mrn. Mary .VicL'liiilniik of I'll Montii, wilh Mis. Isabella Iil:ai(l*ilc.v of A/UHHHH i ,ieei elai y, V'isitoi'ti from nil (ivhr 'Die Htati- wt!i-(? prustiril, alHo guoHtH ; i ii oin a KaiiniH lodge, i j Tin: (J.'jvifui ladii-M [jriiparcil a natin jfyiiig luncb at noon, o\tir fitly (tar •taking of it. The biiHliie.HH au<t enter ' Imiimffiit fi!Utiir(:u of tho convunlion . : orcnjiicid nearly tho entire day. r.a^er lor Argument Information »;OIH*;H lo Ibe Aiuus ti. m i hi- Hocialihts ol Coviiiit, tl.i-ie ; l.eiiig a lew who line up under thin heiid. that a debate is violently rle sii<d i.y them 'vith the I Jcmocialh. 1). S. Footer, Irji'ul hlamlaul heaii-r I.. i this patty, han made home, ovui tiHt:^, and wets a date, October L r i, •A/IOII the holding foith is likely to eouif) off, but ('ontral (,'omiu it teen. an : Welch of the iJemoejalrt hhakcrt his head (iimihatic.atly, ami sayn then: is jM.tfdiiK stilling at ali. \\eleh, v.ti t.-ai, )-> lni.-;lakeu, and av.aim liebale DIRECTORS OFFICERS (1. 1C. Aniloroon C. P. Clapn .1, U. Kllldlt W. II. Iliillidny A. r, Mniro II. Ilclliniin W. II. IIOM.IDAY, F'niHlil«inl II. M. Iliiiiii«ir MAIM-'O II. lll'il,l,MAM, Vii'i- I'n-H. .1. O. Minium' .1. K. KLMOTI 1 , Vti-n I'rim. ('. Mi'iicfc-M W. M. (HtlHWOM), Ciiulil.'!- i.iviiiH.tr J. <:. IIUTCIIINHON, A>.»I. ciiHiii.-r Capital and Surplus $90,00().oo Covina Galley Savings $anh Covina, Cal. OFFICERS (!c-i. K. Aiiiliirwui Vf. II. llolliiluy A. I'. K KIll.'K HOFK, rr..Ml.ln.l. J. It. Klllull, II. M, llmiuiir !l. M. IIOUHKIf. Vl.-e l'r™l<lenl. Miin-i. II. llnllrnnii A. I'. K.i'ii-kli'.ir ,J. C. II (JTCIIINHnN, CiiHlii-r W. M. (JltlHW()l,l>, Ai.nl. CiiHliii-r Capital and Surplus $42,000.00 . a v h id I . n ,i\~ Campaign Talk 50-Piecc Dinner Set, Dainty Patterns $9.25 Fresh Supply Codfish and Salmon Bellies Home's Grocery ••*«•••»••••••*•••»••••••«« •••••••• o»»*»»»»»»»» »•*•*«

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