Covina Argus from Covina, California on September 26, 1908 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoflioo Covin;i, C;ii., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the C.o- yina Argus Publishing Company, fnc. SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year in advance Six Months Three Months Sinj'lc Copies ..SO .05, ADVJ'.KTISK.MKNTS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners .Sc per line each insertion. Legal notices Jl.OO per inch first insertion, 5,0 cents each subsequent insertion. every fniblio platform that if placer! in power the tariff will bo removed or modified, nnrl that, thousands of products will be pbifi"] on the free list That m>'!iriH that our water if- to he fouled, arid that I he cheap labor i of Knrope is to take prefi-nnee \><\for••) the workiriKrneii of America. ! That, iHHiie has always defeated (.he i Democrat if! party, always will defeat it until it, no longer beennies an is, siifi. Thn Democratic party is no 1 frienrl of the working man and its j loader is no commoner if it, in the iobjffit, of that, party to take away the 'ri«Mf.H of the laboring tnan. The 1 laborer in worthy of hid hire), arid the American in n laboring free irian. JUST RECEIVED Call and See Us COVJN'A, September »i, 1908. Our Ticket Taft Sherman For President For Vice-1'renidcnt Perkins McLachlan For Senator For Representative. A Democratic victory would practically mean ruin to the orange and ; lemon growers of Southern California for it is the intention of thai party, both privately and publicly expressed, to attack the tariff with rtithlcMs hands. Beware of Confusion. Tariff in not, one of tho most easily understandable; matters pertaining to government. Tlioro havo boon j United Sl,at,OH national tarifl'_ laws | HI rice James Madison reported and i congress paflsod tho natlonnl Issue in j 17H!). Tariff has been a bone of con- I tentiori in every civilized country. Conditions make contention on this Hiibjeot. Oreat Britain, not being' in need of as much protection as United States, owing to her tromori- doiiHly diversified resources, ban gradually done away with it on numerous articles. United States, still young, still struggling to prove to its own people that, the country is HO!f-sus- taining, does need a tariff on products brought, forth as well and superior to those of the old countries. United States is a NATION Of' 1 KIUOKMAN, men working for fhorn- Holvos, men worthy of their hire, men drawing bettor wages th'in any conn- try of men in the world. Serf labor, slave labor and the pitiable pitumco allowed tho wretched peoples of some old world countries, renders it possible for those countries to ship to us goods which wo produce ourselves, lit a price below our cost of production, lu order to protect the American workluKUian, the business man and the producer of brain ttud soil wealth, wo must maintain a charge tor the privilege of selling goods iu this country n>«dv in HQIDU other Country. That is what the tariff is. Don't let any person confuse you with talk of "high tariff" and "low tariff." The nCO.ONNlty Is tho tariff alone, in order that wo may live free men and not like tho disoaso- riddon, humiliated, pathetic toilers in bondage. It would be as well if we bound ourselves out, like the redemptioners of our early history, if wo allow ourselves to descend to the level of Southern lOuropo, old, hopeless Southern Kuropo. A reasonable tarill on goods sent into this country mo'iiiH that, it comes from the profits of foreign shippers who have no slime in the toil. It cannot, all'ect, tho toiler there. Nothing cum elfoot him now but, reconstruction. You who work in the orchards of Southern California, work to learn and hope for the time when you yourself become an owner of as well as a contributor to production do you want to see tarill' removed on citrus fruits anil the resultant. Hood of cheaply rained fruit of Southern Kuropo supplanting our industry'! 1 As Miroly as the small sum attached t<> the sale of foreign fruits is removed, the mar kefs will turn away from Southern California, and thousands of men will have to take up their trek again, leaving the citrus industry t<i ilnfnto. NYhcrc wo are now surrounded by line homes and valuable lands, there will be apathy and poverty. The removal df tarilt on oranges and lemons j MKANS TI1K KUIN of tho California citniH industry. Think about it, you workers in the orchards and you ; growers and packers ami shippers, . you win, are dependent on this splcli did industry for your livelihood ami for the welfare of your families. No! only do we wunt to retain Ihe larill on citrus fruits, but ue wish to in crease it on lemon* at all events, in crease it until wo aie rocngniyed ahead ->f Sicily, which wo nVo not at th" present t inie. Flui Kopuhlican party in Calif-irnia comes out llatly for an increase "t Uirilt on oil i us fruit*. This is not campaign literal in e i i I'.'iiS. It is the history ot i he party in tho .-lair. Senator Perkins has been lighting Jnf il with snoi'es-, lor \ i ai *• in I he I'nil.-d Male* Senaii- ; hi-- bi, '. h, r Sonal. i. .Mr. Flint, has a.--i''o-d him. and as a result we ha\e ,111 ii.du-lrv ot w hich v.< MI e | 11,in!, ,,l w lil,-h ue V, ill coll! iiilie I., ' , pi ,.,id. The Dc-mucuiHc I aily asserts H, m A Democratic victory in November would probably mean the placing of oranges and lemons on the free list. Mr. Orange Grower, can yon afford to take 70c a box less for your oranges than you now receive'.' If not, maintain the tariff by voting for the Republican candidates. A new and up-to-date supply of Cards and Folders for your photos. Special prices during September. C. W, Tucker's Studio KODAKS AND SCPPLIKS Covina, Cal. »1fc<NNNNM!<t< If you need anything in the HARNKSS line and v/e will give the best goods at the lowest price. , Satisfaction guaranteed, j i ia Harness & Saddlery Co. Phone Home 1170 Card, Madame .leanelto Peake of A/.UHH announces her millinery opening for Wednesday, September IKJtli, from two o'clock until nine o'clock. All ladies of the Han (labriel valley are cordially invited to call at, the establishment in A/lisa and inspect the display. Doctor's Home Damaged. The attractive residence of Dr. S. A. KHisof A/lisa was badly gutted by fire Thursday. The bln/.« was started by the doctor's children who were playing in the upper part of the house. When the bla/e had finally boon extinguished it was found that the roornH wore practically ruined and the loss will be considerable. Experience is a Business Man's Greatest Asset We have been studying- fabrics and especially woolens for twenty-five years in the tailoring- business. We now have a heavily , stocked tailor shop in Covina, a branch of our big one in Los Angeles. Place your orders for fall suits with us at the shop formerly owned by Sohumm & Sturdivaut on Citrus avenue. Call and get acquainted. D. AA. Sutherland Co. Gentlemen's Tailoring Chapman Made Chairman. At the Kepublican state convention held In Oakland this week, Col. F. M. Chapman wag olioHen chairman of a committee to draft resolutions on the death of the late .Justice MoFar- lane of the California bench. Col. Chapman repreaeuted the G8th assembly district Ht the convention, carrying nine proxies by permission of his follow delegates. Los Anflf.lc^ House 2aO-28.'j Wlkox Annex 212 bouth bprins Covina Home Phone 84 WANTED Paying Citrus Groves I make a specialty of selling orange and lemon groves. If you list your grove with me I will spend my own money to make a sale. If I don't sell for you, you are out nothing. Isn't that fair? H. G. Hagerty 304 Fay Bldg. 3rd and Hill, Los Angeles COVINA MEAT MARKET J. F. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made daily. Orders in town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. Home Phone 36 (Sew Arrivals, Among the now arrlvala welcomed to our city by the Ar^uH thiH week are Mr. and Mr.s. J. IX Webb and their son, Carroll J). Webb. Mr. Webb IH the purchaser of ten acres of the J. S. KUIIH orange grove. l^or the present the family will make their home on W. Dexter Htreet. They come hero from Whittier, of which city they have been residents for tin: past nine months, JWurc movliu.' to Whit.tier Mr. Webb WHS a prominent business man of Sioux City, Iowa, where he \vaa engaged in handling cxlcnsdvely building materials. He is a veteran of the Civil war, having served for two years in the Koiirteenth New York heavy artillery, receiving his promotion fur aervioe in the Hnld, E. L. JACKSON Plumbing and Tinning STEAM PIPE FITTING Work Guaranteed First-Class Store Rooms West Badillo Street Residence Phone SO COVINA, CAL Are You Going to Build? If so, it will pay you to let me figure with you. First class work, prices right, "satisfaction guaranteed. M. B. FolSOITl, Contractor and Builder People Will Persist I in trading where they can get the best quality of groceries i| at the most reasonable prices—and it is quite natural they should. ' The best brand of canned vegetables, the best, packs of | canned fruits, the purest and nicest jams and jellies, the choicest table butter and the strictly fresh eggs at no greater cost, but much greater value, are always found here. Our soecialties are fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. Government Inspected Fresh Meats THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. For tHe Home ZENOLEUM INon-F^oisonous DISINFECTANT A germ-destroying deodorizer that can be used in the home without , fear of poison or injury to the clothing, the linen, the furniture or the plumbing. Used by health officers. For sale by 8 W. W. NASH Prescription Druggist Phone 214 COVINA, CAL. rv naw no » » u n t « «->w. An Individual applied to the cub company for a situation. "I»o yon know how to drive?" "You, sir." "You know Hint you inns; he polite with all your passc-nKi-rsV" "Ah!" "And honi'st. For example, what would yon di> If ymi should llnd in your cab a pocket hook cnntalnlni; $'J5,- CMKIV" "Nothing at all. I should live on tlio Income."-- London Tit-Hits. HOME BAKERY In Its New Home Beik.es that has no equal WHOLKSOMK, SWEET, APPETI/JXG Pies, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. GRIXEK, Prop. Before you let any contract for the FUMIGATION of Your Orchards think of the importance of careful, intelligent work, and consult the STOWELL FUMIGATING COMPANY Oldest firm in the state, having the largest outfit of tents for every six.e tree. We exterminate red, purple and black scale. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 1')') Covina Phone 177 Charter Oak Unselfish. "Why dim 1 ! ymi go to wnrkV" "Work?" rejoined Meandering Mike. "Look a! de thousands of poor follows dat Is lookln' fur work an' feelin' miserable \\ldniit it. Now, work ain't necessary to me, an' 1 ain't golu' to butt In an' roach fur It merely fur do sake of haviu' •iiimethln' to brag about." — Washington H-lar. Some Famous High Moves. Melb.t. I-' sharp; .loiiny l.ind, 1! In alt,,; ('In isi ine Nilssmi, c! iu alto; 10\ aiigeiiuo rbireiice. <i in ullu; Kllen Itrarli \a\». (' two octaves above; To ira/./.ini. 1' in alto, Carlutta 1'attl, H in all,,. Adeliii.i 1'ait i, i' in altu. A Comparison. The «,ld L'eiitlemau was very angi.v. T'leiv i'i,iild I-' II" doubt lib, lit that. Th;e;;teiimg the other with his list, he ^hi'Uti-d. "If \niir brain \\as put in a mu^laril seed il u,nd,I ha\e ::-> tr'l, 'I CIMIII as a Mil imp i.i the A < lam i< .^ _-.:•>....• l-'ui i,i-hi ,i : uoiiis t,.r rent. A) ; ly t,, .\i i-. Maitl a Hit.n h, Ci rt.ig>' 1)ii\« . tt No Longer an Experiment but a Fact! Yviii can cook your meals without lire. Do you realise what a saving this means in fuel? Do sou know how uuK-h discomfort you avoid? Come and let us explain vl'.e "Purity" Firclcss Cooker If it were not a success we would not recommend it. Co, .ks the dinner while you are away. l-Vr sale by F. H. FABRICK'S Hardware Store Home Phone <> Accumulating A Surplus Fund Everyone looks forward to the time when he will have a good sixe bank account. This is best accomplished by steadily and systematically depositing your surplus cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank. The time to open an account is now and the best way to accumulate a good surplus is to make regular weekly deposits. 4 per cent interest paid. Accuunts of SI and up received. Coviiu \Dilley

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