Covina Argus from Covina, California on October 10, 1908 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Saturday, October 10, 1908
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the PostofTice Covina, Oil., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Co- CARTWRIOHT EARNEST SPEAKER Presno Senator Talks From Automobile to Undemonstrative Crowd. Senator (ieorge W. Cartwr it?ht, of Fresno, Heriif ciaf iv IfgiMat'r from a J'eptihlii-Hi Hi rough >ld, sp-iko from Publishing Company, Inc. nr , f iutomobilo in Covirm Wednesday • afternoon, holding a crowd of about, two hundred for n .speech lasting a lhalf hour. Cartwrigbt, i.'f ono of the SUUSCKIl'tlONS: One Year in advance - - -1.5.0 Six Months Three Months Sinple Copies - ,'i.S ADVKRTISKMKNTS: Display advertisement ;it reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices J1.00 per inch insertion, SO cents wicli sertion. County COVINA. October 10, 190H. Our Ticket Taft For President Perkins For Senator Sherman For Vice-I'reHident lAlcLachlan For* Representative Backward or Forward? The chief featim-H of (Jrovor Cleveland's administration, beginning in tho year 1H9I1, were the repeal of the purchasing clause of the Sherman act. 7.~, , speaker* secured hy th<i Democratic Central committee, which to hold auto-rallies In all the towns on an average of one each week until election. In charge of the party wan Jon Kytnons. the well kriov-n and rotund wheel horse first | ,,f contrty democracy, and another ln ~ speaker wan Fnuik P. Firoy of I'o- I rnona, who has loi.g had political as- j pi rations. Cartwt ight, is the same earneM, .speaker of the ingenuous face that he was when he gave Frank H. (short of Fresno the terrible shock of defeat to tho*Henato of California. Cartwright won his position through his own personality and not because of his political convictions. His victory has always been considered phenomenal, as Frank Hhort's power was supposed to be absolute. The senator's remarks in Covina were confined largely to the discussion of the banking system of Oklahoma and to denunciation of the Ke- pnblican presidential candidate, who he wild had never been elected to any position, hut appointed, which the Wilson tarill' act, which bo- came a law without his approval, and i. H'.bly true, but won't be after tho great railroad strike and riots tl( ,^\ month of 1801. Cleveland became known in his first administration as an advocate of tariff reform. IJul tho point, to 1)0 shown is the fact, that, Democratic manipulation of the tariff was the forerunner of ono of the most; awful depressions this country ever experienced. Long continued war, foreign or civil, could not have affected the prosperity of tho country as did tho distrust j felt, throughout, tho land in the administration's ability to tamper with impunity with incoming and outgoing products. In tho year 1!H)7 wo experienced another financial depression. This came imdor [{opiihlican government. How do these two panics compare? Wheat in IHiin was selling for forty cents and cotton from four to six cents per pound. Wheat in 1807 Hold from ninety cunts to one dollar and cotton from nino to twelve oontH per pound. The 1007 depression WHS not n panic. Bushiest) docs not Htarnpedo unless frightened, and there was no cause for fear. It Is a sickening thing to witness intelligent American workingmcn tearing down established business because of hunger and because of debt and despair. The country will never forget that administration. We ulso should reflect at this time that what has been done before may happen again. Another Democratic standard bearer has his eyes on the (aril)', a man who never can he called a statesman in the same hruath with (Jrovor Cleveland. Let us have prosperity and a upward tarill' tendency. Nobody wins by retreating. Christian Church: Sunday school 0:15. Preaching by the pastor 11; subject, "Constant, Evangelism." Junior I); .Senior Endeavor 0 ::iO. Preaching 7:!10; subject, "The Way of Holiness. " Good rnuaic. A cordial welcome to all, especially strangers. Prayoi meeting and teacher training class, Tlmmday, 7:30. Services in tho Church of tho Holy Trinity, seventh Sunday alter Trinity: Holy Communion 7:150 ».m. Sunday-school 0 :15 a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m.; subject, "The Necessity of Hearing Fruit." EveiiHotig 7 :flO p m. ; subject, in nrimver to the question, "What Does God Think of Mo?' Offertory duet by Miss Mc- A "Punkin" Story. Xow, herd's a California story for your eastern friends. Von want to ho miro and cut thin article out and mail it back east, because it'n true, and nobody will ever believe it buck there in the world. Col. F. M. Chapman has on ex hihition in Pollard A- HutchinHon's real enlule ollleo window, a that weighs 1!!()'.., pounds, is It feet, !l inches long and wifhiis a hair .if the feet, in circumference. It in known IIH a "sweet pumpkin, 1 ' and the tleld where it was raised on Chapman's ranch looks like ono of thoso boulder farms up mi the Koniiobon river in the state of Maine. One man, who wan piiNHing the Held ono moonlight night shortly after I ho Itanium A Itniley Greatest Show on Karlh was in Los AnyoleH, telephoned to the police and Hiiid that there was n large herd of white elephants brows ing ai'miml in Chapman's tlebl. U'hich would svein to nrove that thin tleld is "some piuikins. " Leod and Mies Fletcher, Subjects to be presented at, the gos pel tent next week as lollo'vs: Sunday night, "The Murk of the Iteast and the Seven Last Plagues." No meeting Monday night. Tuesday, "Satan; Who is Ho, and What, will liecomo of Him?" Wednesday, "Tho True Christian." Thursday, "A Perfect Surrender. " Friday, "The Two Covenants." Como and hoar. Presbyterian services: Sunday- achool '.):-lf>. Preaching 11 a.m. by pastor; subject, "Hoed or Unused--Which?" Junior Kndoavur 4:110. V. J'. S.C. 10. t!::iO. Beginning Sunday evening there will be special meetings held in the chinch each evening of the week. Wo desire to deepen our hpiritunl lite and help j men info the kingdom. All are most joordinlly invited to these meetings. • Special music at every m-i'vici 1 . Paul (i. Slovens, pastor. Worship at the Itaptist Church: liiblc school l>:ITi a. m. Preaching 1 1 u. m. by tho pastor. it. Y. P. U. (i ::t() p.m. Topic, "Committee Work" Kom. 1'2:1 11. Lender. Mrs W. (>. Custer. At 7 ::il) p. m. Dr. Walker of Los Angeles begins a series of threo addresses on "The Tnbeniacle Its Symbols and Lessons for I's, " I So will iiavo a very line tiihcrnuelo, 7x111, with which to illnstrato his lessons. You cannot allord lo miss tliiH if y»u \Mint to Hihl.v Free to all. understand the Silver Chalkc, VSot'oro depart Ing for his homo in Alabama uith his family, U. .1. (.Ml/be pri'M'iited (he Ch.urcli nf the Holy Trinity <it ( 'nviua \\ i I li a rhul in iiii M-I \ ii'c, ln'iuiti for the fully engrosse am The chalice iiimuiiiiiii seivire Plans are in IHH h Ilnl Al ihe Methodist Church, tho Mlh tor, Kev. Hurry W. White, M.A., will preach both morning and even ing. The lUMi-ning topic will be in hiinnmiv with the rally duy tiihl deals with "JesusundttieCbiKlron." hi tin- evenini.', "Pcditics and Christianity," will bo thu lupin. Sunday school, with rally dny services, ;i:lf>. lOpworlh Leumies, inter mediate and senior, at *':•>."». Tlie orchc^ira hi-cn orguni/rd mill will pliiy al tin 1 Sunday-school M'.- sion. N mi in e cordially invited in attend lbe-.o -,er\ irrs. Smlth-Luken. A o,uiet wedding cc.-remony, per formed by Justice, W. P. Marshall at the homo of Mrs. F. M. Smith, unit ed Frank H. Smith and Dorothy M. Luken, Thursday afternoon. Mr. Smith met the youriK lady while on a bii'dnr-pa trip to thf- northern part of the Pacific slope, and the mnrringr: is the culmination of their meeting. After a short honeymoon, Mr. Smith will probably bring his bride to 'Covina and make a permanent home here. The couple received many happy congratulations. S£S!siX£!XStZ^+jGS!Z&X&?Z&&S.&M+M^^ A Democratic victory in November would probably mean the placing of i ' orirnges and lemons on the free list. • Mr. Orange Grower, can you afford I to take 70c a box less for your oranges | | than you now receive? If not, maintain j the tariff by voting for the Republican i candidates. I 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 Schumm <% Sturdivaut on Citrus avenue. Call and get acquainted. D. M. Sutherjand Co. Gentlemen's Tailoring I Los Anijftles Mouse 2ftO-28."» Wllcox Annex 212 South Sprinu 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 Tree Pruner and Rudder COVINA Residence, corner 3rd and Oranpe St. P. O. Box 413 Over 20 years at the work. Very best references. 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. FolSOm, Contractor and Builder Phone 214 COVINA, CAT,. HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WIIOU-JSOMK, SWEET, APPETISING Pies, Cakes, Hot Rolls O. GKINER, Prop. People Will Persist in trading where they can get the best quality of groceries 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 soeciahies are fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. Government Inspected Fresh Meats THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET ROBT. CRENSHAW, Prop. JUST RECEIVED 1 Gross Safety Razors Guarantee with each one. 10 cents DON'T LAUGH— INVESTIGATE Bring in your PalmOlive Coupons W. W. NASH Prescription Druggist 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 si/,e tree. We exterminate red, purple and black scale. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 1'JO Covina Phone 177 Charter Oak As Your Income ! \ li ii.'iiirli No Longer an Experiment but a Fact! You can cook your meals without tire. Do you reali/.f what a savin;.;' this means in fuel? Do you know how much discomfort you avoid? Come and let us explain the "Purity" Firclcss Cooker If it were not a success we would ti"t recommend it. (.'•inks the dinner while you are away. Fur sale by F. H. FABRICK'S Hardware Store I [nine Phone >• Increases it is advisable to increase your deposits in the bank. It" you do this, you will be constantly adding to your reserve fund and have plenty of money waiting for you whenever you require it. An account with the Covina Valley Savings Daiik promotes prosperity. 4 per cent interest paid. AJCI ur.'s <>t .--I and up rve-.-ived. \Dilley Sflijs Covina. California,

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