Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina, California
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Saturday, November 28, 1908
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«f» H. M H.RAMRICK Look Over There COVINA SEASON FOR HOUSE HEATERS Air-Tight Stoves, Gas Heaters, Fire-Place Grates RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. NOV, 28, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. £)RS. STEVENS AND BARRON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olinda K. Stevens Tuesdays and Fridays Dr. Emma Barren 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. f£EED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. REKD G. D. JBNNING9 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. J)R. J. C. BARNEY, DENTIST . , Argus Office. , Coving, Cal. ''' ' '" ' •{*.. H, WEDGWOqD ARCHITECT AND BUILDING CONTRACTOR Residence, Cieneya, near Grand R.F.D. box 204 Phone 3065 ANDREW M. PENCE ATTORNEY - AT-L A W Notary Public JABLES WELCOMED THE THANKFUL GUESTS Day Spent in Feasting, and Festivity, in Singing Old Songs-with New Fervor, in Getting Acquainted With All the Folks. Scudding clouds that alternately obscured and revealed the sun, a searching wind with a false message of coming rain; a swirl of leaves in the air, and the sciutillaut gleams of freshly fallen snow on the second range • of the Sierra Madre; fires lighted within and only now and theu a figure on the streets in the residence section, hurrying enroute to some groaning festive board; folks home from every where," groups about the cheerful, impudent little California stoves; music, feasting and laughter, and thanks; not the spoken thanks, perhaps, but the happiness which radiates thanksgiving; a day of quiet comfort—this was Thanksgiving day in Covina for 1908. The weather did its best to furnish an old-fashioned New England setting to the festival of our forefathers, succeeding partly. But the flowers were here, and the emerald green of the lawns and fields; the geraniums flaunted their audacious colors and the air was filled with the scent of the mignonette and the rose blooms— a California Thanksgiving. A top coat was a good companion, but there was no skating on the lakes. £l^h^^ .'... C^MI^W^fe^llW^^FS^I^ Phone 1039 of w^rsbip was well filled. The opening scripture reading was made by Rev. H. W. White, followed by a prayer by Rev. W. Gj. Conley. The large augmented choir of the Baptist Church rendered an anthem in keeping with the character of the day. RHV. S. W. Gage oc tho Baptist Church preached the sermon of | Thanksgiving, taking as 'tha words which arc through the 13Glh psalm, mercy endureth forever." of the pastor were spirit which has 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. Oftice Argus Block. his theme reiteraled "Fur His Tlio words a tribute to the carried America VAN VLIKT Teacher of VOICE CULTUIIE (four lantfua«o«) and I'tANO Graduate from European Conservatory, ton years experience in teaching abroad. Specialist for advanced pupils. Removing defects in the organs of speech a Hpecialty. METHODICAL SPEAKING Full attention Biven to beginner*. Trial lotison > free. Reception hours Thursday from two to four. Residence, East College Street, Covina. M. PHILLEO TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN Special attention paid to the beginner. Limited number of pupils fur orchestral work under moat improved methods. Telephone -lO^-l. Cleaning and Pressing. I am now ptopaied in do nil kinds of cleaning and pressing al reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me a trial and he convinced. Shop just east <;f coiner (MtriiH and Italia dtieets, Co\inu, Cal. Voura for business, CHAS. H IIAUKIS. Frirmerly cleaner aiid jiresfci-r fi.r J. A. h'chumm. BARBERS AND SHAVERS ATTENTION Sl'.avin^ a delight. l".-.e :i Sin,-,<-( Dry Hone. Fi,ur hlrokea bcfor.- carh shave ail thai necessary l'< injure )/cr- fect ahavc. Mailed t«y any adclrcn* mi receipt of price -regular size •!."<'; large aize ;2 (»j. Agents v.antcd. J. T. Growe, Manufacturer.-,' A^eut, .-07 Uelta Hldg. , LJS Ali^cica, C'itlifuriiia. forward since the time when the Pilgrims first commemorated the breaking of the long famine on the bleak New England shores. At the Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) special services with music were conducted by IJev. Alfred Fletcher. The pastor took as hia subject tlio modem aspect of the country's prosperous condition and tbo (.'rowing prominence ol' the American people in tlio world's affairs. The church was III led. ON THIO DIAMOND. Sports for the day commanded the I attention of base I,-ill lovers, and in [ tho morning a lean: of picked town i players was defeated by the fjmaca : b.1ys of the Christian Chinch. Tim j gfuno in the .fit-moon WHS the most ' spirited, tho U,.iaea I'o.ys d.-lcal ing , the El Monte nine by the (.cure of: 4 to II. j Many Cov ina people imide up \ theater parties which journeyed to Los Angeles playhouses in the evening, hi ! for the most, part the day wan ma' e a home day, and until late in the evening, lights gleumed in hundreds of homes, where music and games vvbiled av.ay the holiday hours. At i\iu Hotel Vendome the lahl K were all filled ;.t noon with a crowd of people lempdiarily without a home j of their own, and Mr. and Mrs. Kit/. Gerald s-et before, them the fluent tin key dii.iji'r that has ever I eeii served at a public hostelry- in Cov ilia. it was thoroughly appreciated. The hotel .'.is alive with gaiufi in the lobby and pallors throughout the afternoon and evening. ; Following is a partial list . t the entei liiiiu -is and entertained within 1 trite.-, on this diij ' f feiiiting: i Mr and Mi-, II. U. llaruiave of tj.e Pi n.(ilia L'evii-w, aii(| Mi. and j Mrs. \\ . \V. Hane-> of Los AngelbM I weie Thank.igiv in« yiie.sts at the j borne at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jjrii- I tow at their ranch home on the San Bernardino road. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. McLaughlin and little son were the guests of the letter's parents at Gordeua for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. King shared their good old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinner of "turkey and (tain's" with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. MoKirahan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nill and Miss Ethel Feusom. Mrs. A. R. Evans was the guest for Thanksgiving of Miss Myrta Sturte- vaut of Pasadena. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stevens were Thanksgiving guests at the home, of Mr. Stepeiis 1 parents at Santa Ana. Mrs. Olive Mulholland and daughter of Los Angeles are spending a few days at tho home of Dr. and Mrs. Jennings, where they were Thanksgiving guests. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Howland and Mrs. M. Merrill enjoyed Thanksgiving together at the home of Mrs. Steele. A. R. Pooley was the guest on Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs Plott of San bunas. Mrs. Alice Leisure entertained with His wife and children. "T-hdy are all from Nebraska and are wintering at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beattio wdre Thanksgiving guests of Mr. arid Mrs. McDonald, also Mr. Thompson of Scotland. Dr. and the Misses Herron were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Middluton and daughter Minn Margaret of Charter Oak. Mrs. B. L. Reynolds proved a charming and hospitable- Thanksuiv- iug hostess, her uuests being, besides her own family, Mr. and Mrs. Nuzurn, Mr. and Mrn. Coons and daughter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Harris ant 1 children, Lulu, Hoy, Mario, and Guy of Pomona, and Mossra. Withum and Tale, also of Pomona. Mr. and Mra. Albert Shercr were Thiiukpgivlng uuestn of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ohaver. C. II. Rarnptnn of Pomona spent. Thanksgiving with the family of his sister, Mrs. G. A. Mrjunney. A family reunion nt the western members <>t the Damerel family took place oii Thanksgiving day at Hut home of Mrw. Sarah A. Damerel, ThoHi! present were Mr. and Mi'H. C. W. Damerol of Ocean Park, Geo. D, Damrrci of Grand Forks, N. Dakota, Mr.-. Leech and family, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Dameiel. Mi. and Mrs. II. U. iJlnnchard and little son spent Thanks^i t ing with Mr. IJIanchiinl's parents. Thanksgh ing guaslH at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hriinjeii weie Mr. and Mis. John litu.ijr.s and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Win. ilnogciidk and children. Mr, and Mis. Madison nnd Him Howard of Pomona were Tliankfcuiving gueuls of Mr. and MIH. O. H Hintlcr. .V r. ai:d Mrs. U. M. Dou^lafcs nnd daughter Misw Lilian were Thanksgiving giir-KtH of Iriendri at Whittle.!, A family reunion for Thankhgivinu at the home of the Itev, VV. (j. Con ley included Mrs. JO. H. Ciablree and won Robert (jf Han DieK", Mr. and Mrs. IJc.-ngo anil child of LOH Angt-lcn and Mifca Madeline Crabtree of Pana di-na. 'J iie homo of Mr. and Mra. J. H. Vundervoil wati the scene of a pleas ant gathering on Tl.ankbgiv inn day, the yneuts being Mi. and Mrs. G. K. '.V< nxel and <.'.-iught*r of LIIH A ughlet and Mr. and Mih. ]•'. G. Allen and (Jai'^ritei of Kedlands. Mr. a/id Mis. Oscar Miller were 'Continued on la.-,t pat;ei Church Celebration. Sunday was n day of groat interest in Pueute, when St. Joseph's Cntho- lio Church vvns dedicated hy Bishop Condty. Mass was sung hy Fnthet Leo Oari- ador, pastor of the church, and he was assisted by Rev. F. Palmer and Father Ideplionse*. Father Thomas Fahey of St. Agnes Church of Los Angeles played Perossi's mass and it was sung by n quartet chosen from his choir. The church, which was decorated in white chrysanthemums and ferns, was crowded to overflowing with people anxious to hear tho beautiful and impressive sermon of the Rt. Rev. Bishop. Aftflr tho ceremony, the Bishop, visiting clergy. Mr. William Rowland, and the church trustees were invited to an appetizing dinner at Mr. K. Rambaud's. This church had been built in 1888 by the most prominent Catholics of Ptiente, but had never been used by them as it had never bcou dedicated. It had been used mostly by the Protestants for Sunday-school. A few months ago a committee WHS formed, namely, Father Leo Oariadoi, E. Rnmbaud, Geo. Cross, and J. Ferrero, and after much hard work they were able with the assistance of tho people to have the church enlarged, painted replastflrod and fenced, beside furnishing the iitHido with tho most necessary articles, Since then many things hove been donated, which helped embellish the church, and now the Catholics of Puoute have a little ohi.roh they have reason to bo proud of. O. B. Anderson IVfttrco ff, Jlollman 1 W. H. HOUJDAY, ^ '•"ffH:'ii!Ktff!fnf<f : S; ^^~~..iv*.-~™ •'- ir**'.Wff*r.' "."• "' ,'»«j -— married In Alhambra Monday oven- ing by Rev. 'Mr. Montgomery of tho First Preobyterlari Church; The young couple started in an automobile to attend the football game bc- twnon Pomona and Occidental colleges, and decided that II. was a good day to get married. Miw lloJen LawHon of Alhambra and Pnxton Ciirnahan were picked up cnrouto and acted at bridesmaid and bent man rofmcotivoly at the ceremony. Miss Heyrnour WIIH a senior member of Pomona college, and' IH one of tho bright and attractive young ladif'H of her clans. Tlio young couple deny all storiiiH to tlio olfect that they were obliged to olopo to get married, but claim Unit the quiet, method of performing tho ceremony WIIH what they nought after. f Young Miller is an orango grower of Irwin- diilc, and WIIH captain of the '05 | football team of tlm (,'ovina High School. After a uliort wadding trip (liny will reside on West, Cypress ave- niID in d himie that IIIIH been lire-pared lor them. The fact that frost last Tuesday night killed most of the green Peas, Beans, Tomatoes Etc, need not worry you. We have plenty of them in cans ready for use. Marrowfat Peas 2 for 25c Fancy Sifted Peas 20c each Standard Striuglcss Hcans ISc Burnham & Merrill's Beans.... 2 for 35c Iris Brand Fancy Beans 20c Standard Tomatoes 3 for 2Sc Per case of two doxen S1..80 Solid Pack, fancy 15c These goods are more satisfactory than fresh vegetables at this season of the year. There is very much less variation in quality and they are cheaper for the consumer. Investigate it for yourself. .SSSSSSttS^S^SS^S^SSSSSSJSSfSSSSS^SSSSSS^^ © y \ <x C. P. Claim If. M. HouBur J. R. Elliott J. O. Hoimii W. H. IJolliday C. Moruifoo A. I'. Kurcklioir MARCO H. HEMJKAM. Vice I'ron. J. K. KM.rOTT. Vloo 1'ron. W. M. UlUHWOLD, CiiHlilnr J. C. HUTCiriNMON. AHHI. Ciuililcr Capital and Surplus $90,000.oo Covina \Dallcy Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. DIKKi'.TOKS oKKIC.KKS (.ii-ii. K. Aiiili-niiin W. II. Iliilllilny A. I 1 . Kt'IllCKIIUI''!'', rri-nlilnil J. U. Klllolt II. M. llmnicr ||. M. IIOH.SKK, Vlr.' I'ri- H |ilcii!. Mui-i'ii II. Molliiiiin A. I'. KiTrlihoir .1. C. IIUTOMIN.SON, CiiHliii'i' W. M. (aUHWOI.I), Aunt, rniililcr Capital and Surplus $42,000.oo Pacific Hlectrk Courteous. Thanks are extended to the Pacific Kleclrlo Company tor the piompt action taken in sending the IniilerH Ihronuli to Covlmi on Ihe rush-hour trips iiiHtcad of cutting Idem off at 101 Monti!. The ArgiiH made the mig- ucslion, and lh(; cnmimiiy. with HH usual turfchight in Hiteing a chanoo for the betterment of Mervice, look up the, |tro|)usil ion immediately. The cars are not, crowded on these trips an they wcie formerly. Tho only tripH *!uit are in any way uncomfortable on thin extremely IIIIH.V lino at I hu present time art! the ones when the express car is nen! out Iwlce each dny at !) : 1 (J ii. m. and at :!:!.") (i in. The morii- in« trip IH not. crowded, Inil, tho Ixjini: "i.nicrn on the .'I : 1 ;"> find a great deiil of iliffienlly in obliiining (-e.iitH. The Pacific Flertric on the. whohi in giviii^; hjilendid service.. (,'oviiin is to hi) congratulated >/n ilu connrctioiiH t. ilh Los in Trouble Over '('hice wuirunt^ have hut'ii Covina thib w(-ck bearing the f.f huhiiii-ss men for fuinihhiiig inlox icaiinK li'juor to a minor. 'J he hoy in a uifgio. and becamfc b(;nHt ly drunk. II is condition waH iKiticeil by '-'jly Marshal Mehi.i-rl. ami I he invet-t i^u lion I'.II'.A. d The hearinu will be field bbfi'je Jnitieo Miirnh'ill al. li o'clock Mi'fiday afternoon. ! H A V I LAND You have been looking for Haviland China We have it. Plain white and decorated. Pull line of Vases, Jardinieres, Salad Sets, Fancy Cups and Saucers You will need these for those HOLIDAY PRESENTS Vnur , lor ii • • Home's Grocery OUR-

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