Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 5, 1909 · Page 1
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"I F- H. FABRICK PLUMBING I F. H.FABRICK-HARDWARE LEADING NEWSPAP £*•:;-.••£• ; r. :.-'^i;, ..7^*8 l&^GABRlELYtLLEY VOL 3T COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. JUNES, 1909. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. STEVENS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olinda K. Stevens Tuesdays and Fridays . J. C. GOODELL, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office, First National Bank Bldg-. Hours 9 to 4. Phones: Res. 250. Office 175. j^EED & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS T. D. KKED O. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a m 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m Offices in Reed talk., 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,. p. J. CLJNE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. t. W. W. SCHIFFMAN ,, , DENTIST % Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 184 w M. PENC*E ; •* . . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT CAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. W. WELLS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Covina, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Office, over Warner, Whitsel & Co.'s store. Hours, 12 to 5. 119i/£ S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. JAMES CORBETT The Horse-Shoer GLADSTONE AVENUE CHARTER OAK has built a neat shop and put In a complete outfit of tools, and Is now prepared to do all kinds of smithing work. Note the address—One-half mile north of Charter Oak Schoolhouse. tf THOROUGHBRED Cornish Indian dame Trios $10.00 Eggs $3.50 per Setting C. L. SMITH Tel. 3 Azusa United States National 'Bank Jshnssn & INigg BLACKSMITHS 5!acksmithing af all Kinds Ocr Speculty Shop on Citrus Ave Wanted To buy or trade old watch i-asea. M. Wright, the jeweler. CUPID TRUE MARKSMAN Numerous Weddings Usher in the Month of Marriage. Frank M. Chapman, eldest son of Mrs. F. M. Chapman, widow of the late colonel of Governor Gillett's staff, and Miss Bertha Mae Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan L. Norton of Sedalia, Missouri, were married on Thursday afternoon, June 3rd, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Thos. R. Jurney, at 2121 Michigan avenue, and have started East for a three weeks' wedding journey. On account of the recent death of Col. Chapman, the wedding was extremely simple, only members of the immediate families being present. Rev. W. G. Conley, pastor of the Govina Christian Church, officiated. Three brothers of the groom's father, C. C. Chapman, J. S. Chapman, and Columbus C. Chapman, were present. C. C. Chapman was a witness on the young man's marriage certificate, which was a peculiar coincidence, as he had also been a certificate witness for Col. Chapman, the young man's father. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jurney was very attractively decorated with potted plants and cut flowers, with the general scheme effected from a profuse admixture of white carnations. The bride was unattended, and was gowned in white silk, trimmed with veil lace, carrying a bouquet of lilies- of-the-valley. Mr. Chapman met his bride while en a visit to Riverside, where Miss Norton was acting in the capacity of general manager of a branch store of a Pasadena concern. She began her her career in business in the establishment of Joseph Israel of Pasadena, and soon proved herself to be such a capable business woman that she was placed in charge of the business which Mr. Israel owned In Riverside. She has been living for the past three months with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jurney of Los Angeles. Frank Chapman is well known here and of late has been engaged in managing the affairs of his late father at the splendid Palmetto ranch in Covina, where he and his bride will make their home upon their return. GLOVKR-GIBAUKR. Five weeks ago, Justice of the Peace Glover of Azusa stole away, ostensibly on a business trip. Ills friends were mightily surprised when he returned with a bride. The ceremony was performed on May 1 at Riverside by Snperion Judge Dinsmore, and from Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Glover went to the northern part, of tiie state, whero they spent their honeymoon as the guests of friends. Justice Glover has a host, of friendH in the valley, whore he IIUK been well known for years. HARRIS-.JKAXS. The wedding of Homer (). Harris* and Miss Valle leans took place on Thursday evening at the home of the bride on First street, at !i o'clock. Rev. S. \V. Guge of the Baptist Church performed the ceremony, znul bride an<J groom left for a short honeymoon to the island of fataliua. Mr. Harris in well known in Covinu, v/here he has been connected with the.- orange packing industry for many years as a box-maker and experienced car-h/jder. He is at present employed at. the Charter Ook packing house. The tiiide lias also been employed there during the parkin/; HF^aHon. .Mr. Harris han furnished his home on Firsl street in a moat tasteful manner, and after a honeymoon at. California's fatuous re- Mirl, will make Covina hi.-> pi-rmune.'it hoine. GILMOHK-GKAHAM. Mis.* Myrtle Graham, dau«!,'>T of Mr. and Mrs. I.. I). Graham of Charter Oak, became the bride o< Mr. Fay Qilmore on Sunday morning, the ceremony being performed at Glendale by Rev. W. S. Utter. Mr. GUmn're has been employed by the Kellar-Thomn- son Manufacturing Company of Covina for the past year, while Miss Graham Is associated with Miss Lulu Webb in a local millinery store. Since coming here Mr. Gtlmore hns made many friends. The wedding, while quiet in its nature, was accompanied by many congratulations, as Miss Graham is one of the well-liked young ladies of this vicinity. BEECH-CONLKI3. That time travels onward and the old order changes is brought to mind this week through the announcement of the marriage of Miss Bess Virginia Conlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I'.. Coulee. Residents of Covina will remember her, not as the charming young lady she has become, but as a bright-eyed miss, the daughter of one the first proprietors of the Covina Argus. James Coulee made many friends while piloting the uncertain destinies of Covina's infant newspaper, and those friends will now be pleased to hear that the young lady tliat Miss Bess Virginia lias grown into !ias chosen a man as her company for life. He Is Mr. Thomas IT. Beech, a Coalinga business man whose n.c;imfin In oil development has led him to business success. Ho is known PP a good fellow and hard-headed business man combined. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G. W. Coultis at St. James Methodist Church, Los Angeles, on Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The bride wore a blue traveling suit, with 'fiat to match, and Immediately following the rore'Tiony, the united couple left for their honeymoon. WELCH IS REPUBLICAN. Prominent Covina Democrat Turns to Grand Old Party.—Lemon Tariff Converts Him. Democratic Contra! Commit,teeman Welch, our. most active adherent to the second party, has been "born again." He has presented himself before tho wheel-horses of the Republican ranks and has surrendered hit* sword. When Senator Flint made the assertion that the Republican party would increase the tariff on lemons, Welch said at that time that If this became a fact he would renounce the other party and Join hands with tho ! Republicans. When tho despatch 1 came from Washington this week that j the trick had been turned, he linme- jdlately revived his old promise and matriculated on the proper side. Welch is being congratulated. Tho following touching tribute has been handed in: Full twice and more, wan lie made sore | When Hryan finished second; Hut. still for that, a dlmmycrat, lie always would be reckoned. Hut when a hint from Mr. Flint Stirred up hln loyal feelings. He took the tariff lemon home. And ate stem, pulp and peelings. Strawberry Shipmenta. i Cut few | erj|'|(- rcali/e I hi extent of tin; strawberry growing indu.ifry i,( thin part of the upper San flabriel Valley. (r.vindale l.-;ads In th- j production of this liiclous trull, shipping about eight, hundred crates per day. ' Covina sends ',ul somewhere near two hundred crates, A/.usa from one hundred and fifty to two hundred • crates and Puerile and Rowland com bined four hundred crates. Roughly : estimating the berry output to he nix. teen hundred crates per day ami figuring at. the present, conservative price of nlnty-five cents per crate, it if found that the sum of 11520 coiuen into this section each day or $)0,<i4'J per week. Moat of the shipmenlti go to MI hits in Arizona, New Mexico and lie.-, : [ towiijj of California. i ..-..- . l';:!jre||;j arid canopy tops on hand. I go i 't ii.-.v line in of ihc.ii- Kt-'iirx-H ". goo'i, -^-lii ./ at fioir. $1 .".'i i" Twom»-y & bill'-i. CITIZENS PLAN FOR HOLIDAY Saturday, July 3, Chosen for All-Day Events. Saturday, the third of July. Tills date is to be the occasion when Covina "will cnlebrato the anniversary of the nation's independence, and colo- brnte It as it has nover before beon done in this part of the valley. Saturday, July third, is the dato to be marked with a big red mark. Covina is preparing for crowds In the samo way It prepan.'d for their entertainment on the day of tho famous barbecue, only morn so. Twonty-flvo of tho prominent business men and ranchers of the town met In the odlcea of tho city tiiistcea on Thursday evening and skeletonized a program for tho day. The meeting went with a rush of enthusiasm from the start. Already money has been contributed to defray expenses and committees have been named to push tho affair in ove'-y line that works for entertainment. CANTONS COMING. The uniform rank of the Independent Order of Oddfellows of Southern California will be the guests of Canton Covina on this day, and will participate In an Intricate, spectacular parade of maneuvers, Major C. F. Clapp of Cbvlna Canton Is making elaborate pla\rt feu 1 the day, and announced ftt the meeting of citizens that there 'will be 125 plumes In line;,.this number being assured, an the cantoirs from Pasadena, Los Angeles, Pomona, Santa Ann, and Covina are already pledged. Major Clapp says that other cantons are negotiating to bo prononl. Tho local lodge of Oddfellows and the Hebokahs will begin immediately to prepare for tho roeopUon and ontor- lainniont. Much of l.ho drill work will be done in tho bi/;, vacant lot. at the corner of Badillo and CitniH avenues, while proparatloriH are being made l.o feed the visiting lodges and their families In the grammar school park. Tho principal canton oxorcimw will tako place In the afternoon. COMFORT OF SPUOTATORH, Tho open Hpaco at the corner of Badillo and Citrus avenues, opposite NaHh's drug wtoro and Immediately on tho Pacallc lOlecl.rlc cur line, IH to bo arranged with a heavy canvas covering and folding seats for tho comfort of the HjiecUitorK. AH It will bo undoubtedly a warm day, the procau- tiotiH In the InloroKt of tho people are to bo made In order to ahmiro the bont. of comfort In watching Mm Hportt*, Tho gentlemen named on a committee to arrange thin mailer arc;: Clarence AlliHon, chairman; Dr. J. D. Reed, Frank Ohavor, R. It. Fairly, C. I). GrimthH and ,). L. Mattliewn. Bntrfit band munlc, vocal mimic and musical organization)* are being arranged with to make the day one of patriotism In song. VVIMi C. F. Clapp fin chairman of the program committee, Hie HUCCOHH of the day'n cventH IH iiHHiirod, and with him will he mieh ellicienl anHlHt.ance aH a carefully HO- .sclectisd committee can make. Mr. Clapp will be aHHlnted by prof. Groom nt tin; Covina High Hchool band and orchcHtra, H. X, \Velln of the Choral I'nlon, Robert Philleo, H. L. Mai iihall, ./. O. HuiiHor and C. W. Potter Thin committee will secure an orator for the day, and hln name will be ready for announcement in || )( . next lumie of the Argun. FIKLI) AND TRACK. Howard Dout/laH IH chairman of the athletic committee, aHHlHlcd by Geo. Covert, Wallace Reed, Prof. Karl C. l.oobrl'.'k, H. C. Libby, Kdward Hprotte, Andrew M. Pence and It. B. Fairly. Running ru<en, hl^h and broad jiiMipH, Inn <>' v/ar, baseball, leniiiH, pulling tin- Hh'/t, diricu.-i l.lirow- iiiK, quoit. KameH, obstacle la'c.-i, and many nt.lt<-r of lh<- nature thai appeals We Are Advised that next week will be the time to secure Cherries for Canning Also Currants and Gooseberries will be in best supply. DIRECTORS OFFICKKS O. K. Aniloi-Hon (.!. R Clapp .1. It. Klllolt W. II. Ilollldiiy A. I'. Mum, II. Ilctllimin W. It. IIOIJ.IDAY, I'ronlilc.nl II, M. IIoiiMcr MAItfX) II. IIKM.MAM, Vice I .J. f). lloiniur J. II. KUJOTT, VI™ 1'nm. C. M«ni.-fi!0 W. M. (JIUHWOU), Cuiihlor [ijiTltliKl!' I M. I.KONDIIAUDT, Aiuil. CIuuli Capital and Surplus $98,000.oo Covina Galley Savings ffianh Covina, Cal. 6 DIRECTORS OFFICERS rj(«>. K. Aniluiwm W. If. Hollliluy A. I'. KKKOKIIOI''!'', J'rniiliJont J. It. Klllott II. M. lloiiHiT II. M. IIOU.MKIt, Vim Prralilmit Mnrcci If. llollriiun A. I', Kiirrklmir W. M. UUIHWOf.l'). CitHhlnr Capital and Surplus $44,000.oo Home's Grocery <}\'1>}\IY DAV >lru\vl)cn'ii'H (! for 2f)<r )e\vh(TrieH ,1 for 2f>r, 'li'-rrieH dr , !;')(• per Hi equals (a ;')!• per lit Trade Here! l''rcsli ToniiiIni-.s llli' per Id Sijiiiisli . r >c piT Hi We Treat You Fair! WZZ$$$$4$$$VX&&4 Camp Rincon <;K.M OF TIIK SAX (JAHIJIKIJ CANYON J |i'U(|i|ii}jrterh Cor fisliui)/ in lln- \\'<-sl l''orli, \orlli P'ork. I»i-af iiml l)evil's ( 'iinyoiis. An MJr.il place t'uf an online, cillicr Idiiirilin^ ill I lie tiolc) or camping Tin- In'.sl of e VIT.\ t liintf in si-ii.-,Kii. Slat''- l'-(i\'c.s A/.iisa at I): II) a.m. Oilier '-i^'s or sadillc linr.-,e>, i-an In- en(_'<iKi-<| li.v l.'li-plion in >.!, '•'>'!, A/lisa, or ailtlri'ss H. D, BRIOGS, Manager AZUSA, CAL,

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