Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 2, 1908 · Page 7
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TRY .THE COVINA FURNITURE CO FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF .FURNITURE or FLOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE W. Q. CUSTER, Manager Pooley's (ovinn Nurseeirs ,'lioice ferns and potte.d plants, roses, :aruntiotis and other ornamental trc j :« in season. Sales van!, corner of First •itreel and San Bernardino Koad.-J i A BILL IN CONGRESS. Th« Method by Which • Measur* !• Transformed Into Law. On a day set for the consideration of the bill the house goes into committee of the whole. A cbairmau appointed by the speaker presides. The bill is rend by sections and clauses ufter general debute has cUtsed. nrtd any member may offer .'•mendmonts. All votlnj? iu committee is hy rising. The yens and nays are not tnken. When the bill has been gone through nnd all amendments have been voted upon, the committee rises nnd the chairman reports the bill buck to the house, with the amendments. The Lnuse then votes upon tluf cither singly or in gross and by yeSis and nays If they arc ordered to be tal'.en. The bill is then ordered to be engrossed—that Is, written out in a fair band and just ns it is after being Amended—arid to be read a third time. As it is usually already engrossed it Is at once read the third time—by title, as before—and passed. The clerk takes the bill to the senate. by which body it is referred to the finance committee. In due time the committee, if )t roes fit. nnd not otherwise, reports the hilt back to the sen- nte. with propositions to amend. In the senate the bill is considered "as In committee of the whole." the amendments of the finance committee and other volunteer amendments are accepted or rejected, they are again voted upon when the bill is reported to the senate from the committee of the whole, and the bill is passed. As the two houses are not agreed upon the bill, a committee of conference, usually consisting of three members of each branch of congress. Is appointed. The committee, when it has come to an agreement, reports to each house, and the acceptance of the report is the final stage of the bill In its passage. The measure is now "enrolled"—that Is, It is printed in large, open type npon a parchment—and Is taken first to the house, where it is signed by the speaker; then to the senate, where the vice-president signs it. and finally to the president, and makes the bill a law. Congress Is notified Hint the bill has been approved, and the original copy of the act is deposited in the department of state.—Edwin Tarrlsse iii Har- Weekly. ' • Full of Reminiscence. At the different army stations in the west it Is the practice for tho officers on leaving their post for some distant station to sell off. everything they do cot care to keep. In connection with this custom in "Tleminiscences of a Sol flier's Wife" Mrs. Ellen Biddle tells an amusing story. There was a very estimable woman living at the garrison, a veritable .Mrs. Malaprop. She told us of some jewelry she Lad lost, and among the things was a topaz chain with a beautiful "pendulum." The lady held tin auction before she left, after her husband's dentil, and when some silver plated knives were put up for sale she; rose and in a sobbing voice said: "Oh, dear, no! I can not sell them! They have been in dear John's mouth too often!" Lasting. "Your suggestion," said, n depositor to the bank rec-eJver, "offers very colt' comfort. It is a bachelor's eoml'ort- tliat is to say, no comfort at all. " 'What,' said a bachelor to :i P.enc- diet, 'only married a year and already BO blue?' "'Ah, but,' groaned the How-diet, 'I never imagined that n wife would prove so expensive.' "The bachelor pitted the blue married man on the back In a consolatory wuy. " 'Yes,' he said, 'a wife in an expensive article, that is true. I'.ut theij yon inline remember that she lasts a very long time.' " » Aristocracy. What subsists tod::y by violence continues tomorrow by acquiescent-? and is perpetuated by tradition till at last tiie' huary abuse shakes the gray hairs of antiquity at us and gives Itself out as tin- wisdom of ages. Thus tluj clearest dictate^ of reason arc madft to yield to a long succession of follies, And ttiis is UK- foundation of thf> aristocratic system at the present day, Its stronghold, with all those not Immediately intcrestIM! In it, is the rev- of antiquity.•—Kdward Everett otco ro ACRES MOOTCM Satan Terrified. There is :i< great nonius displayed in adrtsriising as in tin- higher branches of litonitiire. \o problem daunts th* m<i<iei-n advertising man. In the window of a little book storu 1n Kighth avenue. New York, ivas r*» i'i u-,' ; y heaped a great pile of Hlhlen fn 'irked very low. Never In- fore wens liilik-i off-red at such ;i bargain, an<3 above the a all iu big letters was th.« Satan in MiU.-g whi-r- ti* fica Blblu» Si,, t ;-s i"V, ;i.-i these. The Feminine. The Wife F.iin.i. .|o!,ii. ihc.y -ire !-"•! tihL'oiii .1 A oiii.-i u'.- •! i--i i"it.i ry ! I iinii- de. Tl if it's any ilii':'-.-rei:i r'rt.m the <rh t-rs. Tin: Hush. !ii'! rr.Uii..,-. has more Words in It. — Luiji'.ou O'liniou. BEAUnONT LANDS ARE RISING AND NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FIRST: Beaumont's remarkable progress in commercial ..ud municipal affairs. SECOND: Los Angeles capitalists organize Redlauds & Oaks (!len Railroad. Preliminary, surveys made to Beaumont. THIRD: Great, popularity of our lectures. Complimentary trips to Beaumont to tbose who attend. FOURTH: Gas mains being'laid in tbe streets. This is a direct appeal to yon to attend our illustrated stereopticou lectures arid learn of the strides Beaumont has made in the past ten days from tbe standpoint, of municipal advance, building activity and commercial development. Rigbt uo.v, with surprising rapidity, tbe town is growing into a city, and tbe changes that are taking place are creating a variety of money-making opportunities, equal to those in Los Angeles, Redlauds, Riverside and Monrovia twenty years ago. During tbe past two weeks the Gateway Gazette, Beaumont's weekly newspaper, has priuted, among other items, tbe following announcements of Beaumont's growth: FIRST—Organization of a bank, with S25,0f<0 capital stock; over- ^abscribed; doors to open soon; to have its own building. SECOND — Beaumont Gas and Electric Company formed and financed iu quickest time on record- four days; work began on mains Monday, April 1; machinery and pipes on ground. THIRD—Contract let for Baasler business block; cement construction, two stories bigh; cost 85000. FOURTH—Organization oE a volunteer, fire department arid money raised by popular subscription to buy cbernical engine and apparatus. FIFTH—Board of Trade organized with 74 paid-up members, to advertise aud promote the welfare of the, town. SIXTH—Modern drug store opens its doors tbis week. SEVENTH —Beaumont Land rind Water Company turns water into twelve miles of new mains, making 50,000 feet of pipe laid in tbe past few months.. EIGHTH Another big twelve-inch well being sunk near well No. 1; contract now being awarded for big [lumping plant to be completed /June 1st. According to tho Los Angeles Times of April lath, Beaumont is in line for another railroad .sooner tbati expected. Tbe Kedlauds A- Oak Glen Railroad, says lbn Time*, in now fully organized, with sucb prominent financiers for directors as ,). F. Neeclland and M. N. Newmark. Work is to start in four weeks and preliminary surveys have, lieon m»dn lo Beaumont. You can easily enti- rnate tbe inducements tbis announcement affords for getting in>o Ueaii- inoiit now. These and other actual exhibits of be.iinnionv's progress are presented in fnir illustrated lie'un-^: bold twice daily, 'l'.'- 1 .^ ;«nd H p.m., in our 0 vn lec'.ure morn, 514 South liroad \iay, Los Angeles, and upon thu attention you pay to our invitation to attend tin in depends v,heihe,r you are to share in the fortunes that Btuuiiii'itt bus in Ktore for slnewd and responsive investors in her fruit 1 mds and city lots. The lectures have already proved popular beyond all e.vpectat JOL, but in older to show the coriif .any's earnest desiie to ban; [.(<;ple yo to Beaumont, and witness tbe prcgrosi-: • notv ln-ing made, we have decided j to gin- auay two round trip Tickets, : iiicliHliiiL' dinner at the. boiel ami [(unlade ride:-, Hit .-aid cornpl i menlai y trips to l<- awarded ai tbe clor-o of ' tiie 1( rtni i.-, < i; TiJi-sfJay ari'l l-'iiday !;:i\en ool a! all lecture.!., ir,titling 1 t be h> Irler ti j ai'I ici |.Ht e. i n t *ie dis ti i b it I n ol I l.i :-e | riveh, -o do n.at ttr wl.at !ii(.'iit \'.ii c,.fi,e. >(,'! (.'e! tl.e l.eui.-til ot tliJT triji : if-, offer. I'lea^e ruejitioii t; (• lectiiiti to lour friends A*:, aie ' u : ),v u.art'-l for lari'J. The Thursday and Sunday excursions are steadily growing in popularity, nnd as you will recall, the tickets Include dinner at the Edinburgh Hotel. Write for rates. BEAUMONT LAND & WATER CO. 220 Mercantile Place, Lecture Room 544 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. For Sale Second grade potatoes, 31.00 per sack. W. AI. Warren. Telephone Home 3190. KILL™. COUCH AND CURB TH. LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery •TftO 1^^^ ^\ t 9 (fa IU C& FRIC.rJ rUn fl rXr 3?£*** *oc & $1.00. ^rOL.O8 Tflal Bottlo Frao AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTIE O» MONEY Pcatrick H. Teilly Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just, north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoflice Address, Covina J. N, WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at a reasonable cost to you. '* We also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking of purchasing- a vehicle os any kind we invite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogden Personally Conducted Tourist Excursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the East without change of cars. Through the wanner climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '49, and across Great Salt Lake—"going to sea on a train." D. H. SCI1I3NCK, Agent. Coviria Home phone 1 14 or G. L. TKAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone (>1; Sunset Main 70 Southern Pacific Los Aiigelew Office, 600 S. Spring St., corner Sixth Tulare County Lands are selling more rapidly than at any tinu: in the history of the state. Why? JSccausc the land is fine, the water pure and climate conditions unexcelled for the growing of fruits, vegetables and alfalfa. Tulare County raises the cleanest oranges and the earliest. Though young in development about 3000 cars of oranges will be shipped tliis M.:av>n. The grape industry is one of the surest in- vestments of all, and pi-aHics. apricots, prunes, figs, olives and all small fruits grow to perfection. We have sold over 'too axrrs of this land in the past two weeks. This shows how it. is going. We have for this week one exceptional bargain. 1M) acres only .1 miles from a good town, directly on the railroad. Fine soil, no hard pan nor alkali, for only $25 an Acre We have seen these hinds and can tell you their (jiiaiities, or cornc and go up there with us and see for yourself. Phone 5008 J. H. MATTHEWS COVINA,CAL. "iVit^VtXtS^^VAVMA^

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