Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 7, 1907 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the (',<• vina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. 51.50 .75 .50 One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Single Copies ADVKKTIKKMJ'.NTs: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. I«iners .M; per line each insertion. Legal notices S1.00 per inch firsi insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA, Dec. 7, l'J07. WAIT—WAIT—WAIT. Tho division of ol.s Angeles County IH a foregone conclusion—for two reasons. In the first place there Is to he a Pomona, county; In the second place the City of Ix>s Angeles is preparing to consolidate with the west end of the county, and for her "Consolidated city and County of LOH Angeles." If the reader doubts I his, let him read the reports of the county auditor the last two, on pages 27 and '.'t'.\, respectively, and ho will find that tho city's committee, working to that end, Is drawing over $100 a, month from the county treasury for its services-services rendered wholly in the Interest of Los Angeles city. In this connection It Is proper to say that It would be just as legal, just, as equitable, just an honest, and juHt as compulsory for the, county to pay the expenses of the men who ur< working to create Pomona county, as for the "Consolidation Commission" to draw pay from the county funds. The taxpayers of UK; entire county paying the bills of the commission working In the Interest of a special section. That's In keeping with the distribution of the road funds in the west end of tho county. Our "aunties" nay to wait, lill l.os Angeles forms her consolidated city and county, and we will be entitled to our share of ' the county equipment. "Be entitled," eh? "Our share?" Now who will determine what Is our share? And when will it bo determined? And how are we going about It to get It? Whatever our Ideas of our rights, wo would got "our share" only at the end of an expensive law suit, lasting years, and costing more than the net results. Tho big dog now has tho bone, and before wo get "our share," ihc meat IB gone (to tho lawyers), and wo will pass Iho heritage to our children before tho dream Is realised. All the yours we »ro "waiting, walling," we aro pouring our gold into the treasury of the mother county, to help build iho additional jul! mu! court house room now so urgently needed. if we cut loose now, Pomona or San Dimas will build the new county equipment, free of cost to the eouritv. AZUSA'S POSITION—BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING. Tl.e arliolo In th" Moniovia ;i; |>or ruefully, touching Azusa':-< position In rogard to county divi<-;i >u, hit ihe nail square on tli' p head. The Htjiifin'Tit was made that Axuna is beginning to H"': tho mlslako sho lia'l mado In pulling out of tho new county deal. Sho icali/OH that M|-,O IH cutting off |I«M- rio.so to spite hor faoo. I,eft on tin, 1 odgo of Iho desert, Hoptil'itod by |f;ntr miles of sand and rock. doHiit'ife of roads connecting hor with hoi "homo county," unrecognized ovon by hor chosen patent, H!IO will coon <>•• knocking at tho bacl< door of Pomona eo-in- (y. to ho admitted to shebor, and bogging for a fow crumbs of comfort —In t.ho way of roads. Axusa nee:-: that, with Covina and GN-ndorfi snugly on- ••ifoncod in th'' n< j w fount.v, wl'h a supervisor resident of ( ;ieh district, all rosrds will load to Koine bui none to Axusa. Kho will have no claims on i'.'iiuoua county she need ruak'' none .•m I,OH Au^cles. Tho move for tho now o.ounty will provo tho making of Covina and Olondora, and tho position Axuf-a haw t.rikon will provo hor undoing. Hor "fltfhtliiK HohH" Kay that If thoy of)noludo lator. on to join Pomona, thoy will bo "annoxod." Hut nho will find that It takoK two to mako a harwaln-- Iho loKl.Hlaturo and Iho lobbyist -and that Hiich f'ffortK arc! oxponwlvf: and ol'tontimoH di.sappolntintj. \N'hon A/.usii IH tacked on to tho tai! •'f Arcadia's Idto, arid firidH herself on iho foathor cdu;o, of Baldwin county-— alter tho Consolidated City and County of Los An^oloH h.'iH hc'c-ri formod—sr- will thon rc'Krcit. having porrnlftod Holt' to bo. domlnatod by \.w .r >.}(••. intercuts. Tho niomory of ../ , will bo a IhiiiK of tho pjiHt, ai :;iondora :ni(l C.'ovina \vlll l'f)ri;o as thriv- .'liK cilios of POIIIOIKI ly. \'f<:i>K !ilx.ed (m Iho map willi some.) hiuu; do ing" Iu their iiiidnl — (no evidence it; already apparent In their new growth, now buildings, now blood, rnoro capital, more business, higher values. (!ood byo, Axima, if you must refuse Iho hand of fellowship -Iho latch string IH always open • -knock, and wo •vlll gi'ooi. you to our sisterhood. THE CRESCENT SYMBOL. How It Came to Be Adopted by the Mchamm«larn. T\\" fTPPf-oiii. symbol of flio Mohnm- mcd.-nm has nothing to ilo with their pfcuiiiir religious 0|i!nioiis and ctT';- inonl'-s. If v us not ori.'.'iii!illy n sypl/ol of iho follower* of Mnhnnmied fit nil, hut \VHH first nsfd by tlif; liyzniitlnfH. ThmiKiindK of foins IKIVO Ix-f-n found in ;ill parts of Turkey which date ]>ti'-k to tho tlmo whon Constantinople wan known as Byx.riiitlum, and on caoh of IlifKf {ho symbol of the oroscont np- fM'iirw, proving confliiHlvnly that It was In UPP a« an omlilorn amoni? tlio pfoplo of that rojrlon long Ixiforf: IHy- znnfluin wn« overthrown and Its naino to roiistfiutlnoplo. The Htory of fho origin of (tin frosccnt symbol Is ns follows: \Vhcn I'hilifi of Mncpdonin lif'Hlf'fjod Byzantium he had planned to storm tho city on a certain cloudy night, lint before his arrangeiniMits tvoro ffiinplfif-d the moon shorio out and dlsfovor'-.'l his Mpproar-h to the bn- uleged '•ilizonH. uho accordingly marched out and repulsed his forces, something whk-h would have been Impossible In thr; darkness. After that event all li.vznnfliio coins bore the symbol of the orescent moon, which was always alluded to as tho "savior of Byzantium." After many years the hordes under Mohammed II. captured Constantinople. At that time the crescent was used everywhere and upon everything- Suspecting that there must be magical power In the emblem, the Mohamme- dans appropriated It and have since used It as their only symbolic decoration. A DROP OF WATER. it FACTS BROUGHT OUT BY 1907 ASSESSMENTS AND TAXES. Deducting railroads tho new county will have a greater asrfessfd valuation than Sa,n Bernardino county, with an area of H-IO square miles as against San Bernardino county's 20,000 scpumj miles. San Bernardino county will raise ir>XS taxcu per $100.0(1 for salaries and general expenses as against. S.-lu'i for Orange county and about $.!!:!<) necessary for the new county. I.os Angeles county tax rate is increased $.i:!l In addition to an Increase of $7.1,000,000 in assessed valuation. ol.s Angeles county's expenses increased tiiis vear over $71ii,onO, outside of schools. \Ve must pay our pro- Hai a History That Is Full of th« Wonders of Romance. iVnfer that Is now In the ocean and n ti:e river has been many times In the sky. Tho history of a single drop taken out of a glass of water Is really a romantic one. No traveler has ever accomplished such distances in his life. That particle may have reflected the palm trees of coral islands and have caught the sun ray In (lie arch that spans a cloud clearing away from the valleys of Cumberland or California. It may have been carried by the gulf stream from the shore of Florida or of Cuba to be turned Into a crystal of Ice beside the precipices of Spitsbergen. It. may have hovered over the streets of London and have formed a part of murky fog and have gllstenwd on the- young grass blade of April in Irish fields. It has been lifted up to heaven and sailed In great wool pack clouds across the sky. forming part of n cloud mountain echoing with thunder. It has hung In a fleecy veil many miles above the earth at the close of long seasons of still weather. II has descended many times over In showera to refresh the earth and has sparkled and bubbled In mossy fountains In every country In Europe. < And it has returned to Its native skies, having accomplished Its purpose, to be stored once again with electricity to give it new life producing qualities and equip It as heaven's messenger to earth once more. in the Church of the Holy Trinity, second Sunday in Advent: Holy Communion 7 n.m. Sunday- school 9:45 a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m. ; subject, "The Holy Scriptures." Evensong 7 :;{0 p.m. Offertory anthem by the choir. There will he the usual services (if, tho Brethren Church tomorrow. Preaching at, 11 a. rn. and 7 p. m. Christian Workers f5:15. Sunday- school at 10 a. m. Strangers and friends always welcome. Christian Church: Rev. W. O. Con Icy, pastor. Sunday-school 0:lfj. The pastor will preach at 11; subject, "Paul's Letter to tho Church at lOphesus." Junior Endeavor 3. Senior Endeavor <J:30. Preaching 7:30; subject, "Tho Conversion of a Roman Centurian. " Good music and a cordial welcome to all. The regular services of the Methodist Church will he held in Reed's ball Sunday. Preaching by the pastor, Hev. H. \V, White at '11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at 9:4") a.m. Junior league at 3. Senior and Intermediate leagues at (5:30. There will be a rally and reception at the Christian Church Thursday evening at 7:30. Rev. W. S. Myers, who has just led in a great revival at tho Naomi Avenue Church in Los Angeles, and C. C. Chapman of Pullerton will make addresses. Great things are expected of the Brooks brothers in their meetings in Covina the last of January. They have just, closed a campaign in Kansas City with more thau 200 added o the church. increase on more than WHAT WE WILL SAVE. No Waste Lands Nor Desert Roads. This means thousands of dollars saved. No Expensive Bridges. Tlii-i also means a saving of thousands of dollars per year. Compact Territory. This means a large sum saved in mileage of ntllecrs and juries. Contracts. As all work will be done under our personal observation there will he no opportunity for wa.sle or extravagance. Criminals and Indigents. Due to our social conditions and the limited in digent chum, we will save, approximately. $111,1100 annually in these items alone. Roads. A limlied territory, TMIII square miles as against, for instance 20.(.'Oil square miles in San Keruardino county, and -louu square miles in l.os Angeles county, means more money per mile, assessed valuation:) considered, and, consequently, belter roads. Bonds. In ease of bonding the results will be direct and apparent. \Ve will, also, iiiive a lull voice in deciding Much mallei's. Value per Acre. Our awni^r value per acre is far in excess of adjoining counties ami no money to he used in desert wasles to the deliimenl of iho populated sections. A\er;me value i,os Angeles; County (out.Mile l.os An geles Cit>) about JI!, r iUu; San Bernardino Ciuinu ;-'.K^S average per .'.ne. allOUl $i;.">u; the New I'OiU.I', :.:li.,s average per arie f.s.V duisidei uli:ii ibis hignilie.-i! t Link- j^irls wauling in weenie an ek'gan'.ly ilre-sed doll by si'lliug lie k»)ls to the Max iMi'K e.^licell, ei, 11 at t.'hipp'c di ug t-t-ire. portion of $^0,000. How much more benefit do peel to receive? San Hernanlino county costs twice (hat of Oram Thi Roman Climate. Gales are very rare in Home and never blow with extreme violence. The most striking peculiarity of the Uoman climate is the absence of high winds. The air Is pure and clear, owing to the almost complete absence of smoke, j even in the winter months. The aver- ( ' V I age yearly movement of the air is only five mlle^ an hr>ur. This Is of enormous government n(lviuit „,,-,. |,, winter, since; the "tra- s county. montana" (north wlndt. which is the What benefits are you receiving for i prevailing wind In this Reason, Is, if n-j strong, decidedly cold and bracing, hut when under eight miles an hour Is delightful for most people, Including In- are essen- frequently School Notes. The first issue for the present school year of the Cardinal, the high school paper, has been issued, and with its brightly colored cover and well printed pages, presents its usual attractive appearance. The paper has been increased in size to 20 pages for tho regular issues and tho well filled advertising columns show that the manager, Harry Neil, has put fortb some Btrennous efforts to secure this result. The editorial work, under the leadership of Miss Gladys Ratekin, is also well up to standard. Covina High School will hold its next debate with Pomona High School at Coviua. The debaters are being chosen and the preliminary arrangements are boiu« made for this debate, which will occur about the last of January. All tho schools close on the 13th, so that tho teachers may attend the Institute and the Southern California Teachers' Association the following week. Watch For Our Big HOUSE-CLEANING .. SALE.. There will be money in it for you Brown & Bohri COVINA, CAL. Sauer kraut, at the Northaicle Market, lOc a quart. Brush and comb sets. Covina Pharmacy, E. U. Smith, Prop. The audience accorded a veritable ovation to Mr, Dick, the celebrated American violinist. -— Le Figaro, Paris.—Adv. Ponies, Horses and Mules. As I am now a resident of this county, I would like to supply the good people with anything in my line. I shall keep on hand Shetland ponies, mules and single drivers. I have four head of standard bred trotting youngsters, one • ereat Stephens. Call and see and give me your orders. Matt Chilton, Covina. Locution, R. A. Meredith ranch, Cypress avenue. gover paying doubel I'm men! ?" There are no corresponding benefits, then what Is your remedy? Local Self Covernmont. valids. The south tlally sea bree/es. alternate with the winds They tramontana. The sirocco (southeast wind), which fortu- natelv dors not often blow. Is moist ARE LARGE COUNTIES CHEAPER Based on 1908 Taxes. Salaries and '.Jeiioral Kxponses: San llernardino Coun'.y will raise $17S,S1 I.7 Oruiue County. .$ 7 l.r.HS.^.') Riverside County 1 I7,7i'>r>.in! |'\ir I ivo count les $ I !IL'.'!;!;!.;! The two counties have: About $]II,IHHI.UII() more assesse valuation to lake care of. Two set i of otllcers to pay. Two .setH of olllcers expenses meet. Two to one of everything. .\Main, l.os Angeles county ha< this \e<ii an increase of $7ii,oun.iHHi in a <• sessed valuation. Yei we have an iu creased lii\ rale of $.L!. This means $l.uuti,uini more money :ieccMsar.\ to run the LAUCKK county of I'.iuT over the large county of linn 1 ,. So that's HY-ltle.l. and enervating It gives in most individuals. l,.e to languor A Story of Blaine. James (5. Hlaiiie made bis first np- poaniuee on (he stump In tho canvass In Malm- In 1SWJ. Me went to Far- mliiKton to hoar Senator William Pitt ", 1 '. Fessoiuloii speak uud with no Inten- ! tlou to speak himself. But Mr. Fessen- , ( , ' don did not arrive on time, and some of his Augusta friends put Blaine for; ward to taUo I he platform. Ho likened his situation to that of a farmer who '" had a horse for which he asked $500. trader offered him $75 for the Death of Aged Lady. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Halterman occurred Thursday afternoon from tho undertaking parlors of W. Q. Custer, tho services being in charge of Rev. Harry W. White, pastor of the M. E. Church of this city. Tho deceased, aged G9 years and 10 months, was a resident of Florence, where she died on Tuesday, Dec. :i. Khe was tho mother of Mrs. Emma Kirby, who expects to move to Covina within a few weeks, having purchased of J. M. Smith his G acre orange grove on tho Sun Bernardino Hoad. Stole While Drunk. Valencia Lope/, a Mexican, was given ten days in iho county jail by Justice Marshall on Thursday for breaking into a room in the Crouch rooming house and stealing two ra/oia and several other small articles. The court took into oonsidora- The (ireen-riar-sliall Co. Pure /Mixed I'aknts. nii'l their high grado varnishes w i II give satisfaction, even to the nmst skeptical painter. Their mixed paints \\ ill stand this coast climate lungvi> owing to tho fact that the (irccii Marshall pure [mint? arc com |itiscil ut (Hire white leail, |iilic oxi.le nt vine, ground in pure linseed nil. Thc.-c piiints ami \aniisln-s can t.c obtained h-Tc a', the pain! ami |-M rr Mure i't Mr. C. II. Kl^t ler. A horsi animal. "It's an awful drop." said the| ti()n tl)( , faot t i mt t | 1( , det'ondant horo farmer, "but I'll take It." Tho story j (| l , elH , | . Hl W(1O(1 0 | limu ..tf. r for indns- t.iok and so did tho spooc h that fol- ^ y ^ ( . ()|nmUt( , ( i , ho ,.,. inio wlli i e |OWO(1 ' under the influence, of liquor and ap- Modesty. poarod to havo no knowledge of it True modesty is a discerning grace when sobered up. jmd ouh blushes iu Iho proper place. Assessment Notice. Covina Irrigating Company, principal place of business, Covina, Rowland Township, County of Lo> Angeles, State of California, Notice is hereby given that at a special meeting- of the directors, held on the fifteenth day of November, 1907, an assessment, (No. 44) of SO cents per share was levied upon the capital stock (as increased October 22nd, 1886) of the above named corporation, av the secretary's office at Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 18th daj of December, 1907, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 8th day of January, 1908, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of the company in Covina, County of Los Angeles, State of California, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertisine and expense of sale. n. F. EDWARDS, Secretary. Covina, Cal, James Corbett General BlaclcsmltHIng All kinds of general and heavy Blackstnithing. We manufacture Ridgers, Orange Racks o.ud Box Presses HorseshoeiiiQ a Specialty, Home Phone 6<J Shop Wesc Bodillo St, Csvino PRICES Runabout $675.00 Touring Car £1400.00 H. D. Blanchard, Agent (ovina- Planing Mill J. C. NALE, Prop. GENERAL MILL WORK All kinds of jobbing- carpentering- and cabinet work. Store and Office Fixtures, Harness, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 but counterfeit Is blind and skulks through fear, where 'tis a shame to be ashamed I' appear; humility, the parent of the nrst. the last by vanity uro- ilucvd and nurs't. -I'owpor. New Short-Order House. Miss Hodt'l !hf uiok otul nf I. on;,' with Mfh. spout 11. Mrs. T. W. Wilkiii.- is a frii'iids iu San l-Yrnaii'l >. Mr. and Mis. \Vuo>lu ;n ,1 IMT Ullrslfi ;il I hi' hullio Hi Ililhb WedlU'.v.lay llli-t. Our veteran caterer, A. V. Dcetor, Krneat Anderson have opvned a short -order restaurant in the concrete) block on West Hadilln street. The house will hold its foimal opening this evening. It will make a specialty ot tamales and Hpanisli dishes. Tho room is inviting and the cooking ox- 'f celleiit and these popular caterers are assured an excellent patronage in;in l lie start. -See me before tin i Id in y- I'lmv yniir spare ea Valley Saviiiir-i Hank, 1. x-ul at 1 | el 1 O'lit. -h in tilt i ovina invest On Monday the petition, i-oiilaiiiinu Hi'.in) Mii;natnres. praying for the lor- illation ft I'liiuoiia eouiity. U;IM tiled rtilh the Hoard of Suporv isui^ ot' L s HAT FOR SALE First-class alfalfa, barley and wheat hay delivered. C A. GRAFTON Home Phone 2128 Celebrated Kentucky Jack i "Samson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of burses and stock r^reived lor uasture. COM mm HUTCHISON BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving-. Specially prepared to move pianos PROMPT SERVICE. PRICES RIGHT. Office on Citrus Ave. Covina, (a!. Home Phone 108 Howell & Howell BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVERY DAY AT Brown's and Crenshaw's Cake ant! Confectionery Wa&on through valley daily.

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