Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 18, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, January 18, 1908
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The Covina Argus COVlNA, CAUPORNIA, Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal., as sccond-clas* matter. Published every vSaturday by the Co vina Argus Publishing Company, Inc SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Single Copies $1.50 .75 .50 .0.' AnVKRTISKMKN'ffi: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. lyC^al notices Si.00 per inch firal insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA. Jan. 18, 1008. The Movement Will Grow. Those wil,h money and nri intention of investing in Covirm rwil estate who fire acting promptly «ro anting wisely. With each passing week it In very likely that; the bargains will become fewer In number. Money IB already becoming le«s difficult to secure nnrj, HH is alwayfl the case after a stringency, there will be Hn abundance of money in a few months. There will be loss demand lor it and intercut rates will certainly drop. The rush of business during the 1'ist two or three years offered such largo temptations that, nearly all strained their credit an far as it would stretch arid carried immense obligations at the hanks in order to spread out, in thoir buslneHH enterprises. Thai, IH till gone. The money stringency put an end to'that, and now'the purpose in mind of every business man, whether merchant or manufacturer, whether large or small, JH to liquidate with the utmost dispatch compatible with carrying on' his businofH, We ail got the habit o( plunulrig more or less in the (lush times and now we have all got the habit of contracting. Habits are persistent and when once we sot our minds in a particular direction we do not change quickly. A year i>go merchants who, two years before that, had been carrying obligations at the banks of say 810,000, increased their indebtedness to $30,000, or perhaps even more. They have been taking up their notes with great freedom and have brought their indobted- neos not only down to the normal point, but below it. All that means -Itlct^f if 'nrifiey }n the near future. Similarly, the slackened pace in building operations has brought down wages very materially. Jri the building trades wages are probably fully a third lower than they were a year ago, or indeed since the rebuilding of Ban l<Yancisco began in earnest, arid drew so many skilled mechanics to that, point. Material f<;r buildings has fallen, us well as labor. It is said that, brick can bo laid in the wall in Los Angeles today for 8(i to $8 a thousand., That is cheap building material of the best kind. Clump money, cheap labor and chciip material must robult in more activity in building. A Warning to be Heeded. Our diti/ens have read with horror this week of the burning of 180 human beings in a small country theater at IJoyorlown, I'a. It has now been shown conclusively that many of these would have escaped but, for the fact that the door of the building opened In instead of init. Those became closed in tho mad panic, that orwuod and It wan only a question of a few moniimts until tlio bodies worn piled hiuh around the exits, and tho maddened crowd found thviiiHolvos penned in like rats in a trap. Lot our citi/.oriH tako warning. Nearly every public hull in this olty is similarly constructed and a catastrophe, even of this awful nature, may happen hero at any timo. Tho doors of ovory .public building should swing outward. Tho Argus respectfully asks tho owners of pub lie halls to givo thin thoir immediate attention. \Vt- fci»l that this action on our part in all*that is nucossary to tiooure stops for tho public ha f i)ly. Congratulations. T. K. Kinch, tho popular manager of tho San Gabriel Valloy Milling Company, in receiving tho congratulations of bib friends this weok. However, tho piihliu should not run uwuv with tho idoa tlmt it is oithor a boy or a girl. Tho congratulations aro duo to his miraculous um'tipt* frnin uii c'litcuivil uojouru in Los An goloy'b now famous liiuslilo. Twice tin Monday, duo tn cocnitricaciod uf bis auto, Mr. Finch had to make l:io peace with tho polirr. It is a lout- hut intorosting niory, but as spmv aioiiiih uionoy in (ho Argus, Mr. Finch bus promised during l;iihint>sh hourb to truthfully toll every detail «if hib ad\ i-niure tu any \\lfo may cull upon liiui. On acnovint of tho unusual interest awakened by the Brooks brothers in Riverside, the meeting there will be continued nntll Jan. C 2',i. Their campaign in Covina will begin Jan. 30, instead of Jan, 26. Rev. 8. A. Thomson, D. D,, Presiding Elder of the Pagadena district ofjthe M. K. Church, will hold the sncond quarterly conference at the parsonage this (Hnturday) evening at 7:45. fie will also preach Hun- day morning at Heed's Flail. Other oH of tho day as usual. Christian Church: Rev. W. (>. Conloy, pastor. Sunday-school 0:45. Preaching at 11 by the pastor: subject. "Christ's Estimate of John Baptist. " Junior Endeavor 3 p. m. Senior Endeavor C:UO. Preaching 7:30; subject, "The Unpardonable Hin." A cordial invitation is extended to all. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity, second Sunday after Epiphany: Holy Communion, 7:30 a.m. Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer, 1 1 a.m. ; subject, "Domestic md Foreign Missions." Annual collection for the same. Evensong, 7:30 p. rn. ; subject, "Elementary rruths--Tho Christian Covenant." Jffertory anthem by the choir. jf Worship at the Baptist Church: ['reaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning theme, "The Battle of the Soul." Evening theme, "The Children of God or tho Children of the Devil Which?" B.Y.P.U. (i:-15; oiider, Mrs. Oscar Miller; theme, 'How God Speaks to Men." A cor- linl invitation is extended to every soul to all these .services. Presbyterian services will bo hold In the social hall of tho new church building.. Preaching morning and evening by the pastor, at 11 a.m. and 7 :30 p m. Morning subject, "God's Concern About Man's Whereabouts." Evening, "How the Scarlet and Crimson Are Changed." Sunday-school 9:45. Y. P. S. C. E. (5:30. All most cordially invited to attend. IRWINDALE. Mrs. Wnlroy of Seattle, who has boon visiting her brother, J. H. Simpson, left for homo by the ocean route this week, being accompanied by the latter as far as Port Los Angeles. O. T. Brown and Otis Brown of Preston, Iowa, are in Calo.vico visiting C. D. Brown. Otis Brown is the nephew of G. T. Brown and C. D. Brown his son. The pretty two story ho MHO being built by Mr. Crund is woll under way. Mrs. Delia Wash burn of Pa.sadona spent .Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Coff- innii. Charles Miller of Wavorly, Washington, arrives today to visit his brother, Burton Miller. Mrs. B. Miller entertained with a lunch party on Friday, hor guests bo- ing Mines. Crane, Swallow and Lunn. Tho Miscellany Club mot on Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. D. Koichiird. Mrs. E. 10. Loonh was surprised yostorday bv tho arrival of cousins whom slio had not soon for thirty years, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bunn of Seattle. They aro touring Southern California. . CHARTER OAK. MTH. (iatildia of LOMK Bench is visiting hor Hister, Mra. II. O. Alaoo. K. A. Ktowoll loft thiti w«!«k for Orovillo, whoru ho lias a iur^u forco busy fumicHtiiiK to exturmiiiutu tho whitu tly. Kowlu of BullaU, N.Y., is hiu cousin, Mrs. Doloatur. Mra. Kutton of Pasadona is the of hor ulster, Mr«. Percy A Hon. \V. U. H. LCW!H has sold his ^rnvt? to a Mr. Braduhuw of Tularo count)'. Cori.sidorati in fUOOO. RROWN & ROHRI GROCERIES OUR HOUSE CLEANING SALE is now on and will continue until all goods offered are sold Burn. To Mr. and Men. Jamod. O'TooUi, ' H .sun. To Mr. arr.l Mrs. Krod .lames, ,lan. lit, a son. ! To Mr. aiivl Mrs. Oscar Yariusll, '. Jan. U, 11 All Queensware at 20 per cent discount. Small Brass Lamps worth SOc at 20c Large Cold Blast Lanterns worth $1.25 at . .$1.00 Lemon Extractors worth lOc at 5c Diamond Baiting Powder worth 25c at ..15c Home Baking Powder worth 2"5c at. 20c Big Four Toilet Soap worth I5c lOc Canned Meats, Fruits and Vegetables with soiled labels, but contents absolutely all right, at cut prices. Every can guaranteed good or money refunded. Banda Ceylon Tea worth 35c at 2Sc Banda Ceylon Tea worth 20c at 15 C Many other bargains that we haven't the room to mention Sailor kraut at tho Northside Market, lOo n quart, Fertilizer Agent Wanted.—Local agent, to sell Swift's Pure Animal Fertilizers; also Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate of Potash, Phosphate, Guano, etc. Inquire of Carroll B. Smith of Redlands, for particulars. A«sessment Notice. Home Telephone Company of Covina, location of principal place of business, Covina, Los Angeles county, California. Notice is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the board of directors of the Home Telephone Company of Covina, held on January loth, 1908, an assessment of SQQ cents per share was levied on the capital stock of the company, payable immediately in lawful money of the United States of America, to the secretary of the company at his office in Covina, Los Angeles county, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 17th day of February, 1908, will be delinquent and advertised Jor sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 9th clay of March, 1908, at 2 p. in., to pay the cost of advertising and expense of sale, J. O. HOUSER, Secretary. Office of the company, E. Badillo St., Covina, California. Assessment Notice. Profitless Dolt Water Co., location of principal place of husiuesa, San Dim as, LON Angeles Co., California. Notice is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of tho Frostlesa Belt Water- Co., hold ou Thursday, Jan. 2, 1008, an assessment of 100 cents per share was levied on tho capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in lawful money of tho United States of America to tho secretary of the corporation at his otlloo in Covina, California. Any stock upon which tho assessment shall remain unpaid on the iird day of Foburary, 1SH18, will be delinquent and advertised for public auction, and unless payment, is made before, will bo sold on the 24th day of February, 1008, at 2 p. m., to pny the cost of advertising and expense of sale. B. M. GIVEN, Secretary. Ottice N. Citrus Avo., Covina, C»l. Too Busy To Write Ad Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our teas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles,,olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. To Mr. and Mr.-i. X,,ali Sells, >.n' Jan. 1 0, a smi. ; DELINQUENT NOTICE. Covinu Garage and Machine Shop Association, location uf principal place of hubinoss, Covina. California. Thorn is delinquent tin the following doHoi'ibtuI block on account of ubsosHinenl, levied <>n Doc. 10, 1907, thtt several amounts set opposite tho mum's of the respective shareholders iks follows: O. Wiigiit, 4 bharoti, amount $10. And in accords into with law and an order of tho board of diloctors, made on Doc. 10, 11)07, so many .shares of i each parcel of such stock as may he necessary \\ill be sold at public auc ' tion on tho 3rd day of February, , J'JOS, at the hour of ~1 o'clock p.m., | In pay said delinquent aebc.iMiicnL I thereon, together with the cn-,1 <if | advertising vxpcii-ios of sale. I li. M. GIVFN, Secretary, j i Itlice of tlie as>oci;itioil «n v"'il I'll." I a\ riiiU', IV\ ina, I'al. I Our Bargains Attract The People SUCCESSFUL |ar " SEND FOR FREE POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES LEE'S EGO MAKER Acme Rou P Cure—SOc Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES rote rnon uct. Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. CO VINA. Building Contractor CAL. PER THOUSAND FEET GAS $1.5O Once a consumer of gas, always a gas enthusiast. Order now. Covina Valley Gas Company The Argus Turns Out First-Class Job Printing Broadwell's ***************** * * * * * * * * * * * * Say! ./Iftr* ffianckr You are conducting a big business—more money invested than many business houses—do a good deal of correspondence, don't you? Do you always have suitable paper nandy when you wish to write? Do you know that we ciin furnish you with the very best of writing paper and envelopes, neatly printed with your name or the name of your ranch, place of residence and date line, cheaper than you can secure tablets and envelopes in small quan- title.-*? This will make your correspondence businesslike and more convenient. COVINA ARiiUS, PRINTERS Womans Club House CLARENCE BENNETT'S SUPERB SCENIC PRODUCTION A ROYAL SLAVE BY CLARENCE BENNETT Author of The Holy City A Story of the Days "When Knighthood Was in Flower" in Old Mexico. Prices uever vary, 50c, 35o, 25e. Tuesday, January 21 * * * 809 South Hill Street Lot Angeles, C»l. Strong, original, practical, si'ix K.I.S- Fir.. "BinTKHNKsS'" its distinctive quality. Open entire yedr begin when ready. POSITIONS Si-XL'kfci*. \Vrite us to-dav.

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