The Covina Argus COVINA. CALIFORNIA. Entered at thr: Posloflice Oovitui, C.nl., as second-class imitlor. Published every Saturday by the ('.<>• vina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. SCBSCKII'TIONS: One Year in aclvnnce - - 51.."0 Six Months ,7."i Three Months ... - .So Single Copies .... ,o.s ADVKRTISHMKNTS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Joiners 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices £1.00 per inch first insertion, 5,0 cents each sut»ic(|uent insertion. COVINA. October '.',], 1'KW. Our Ticket Taft For President Sherman I''or Vice-president Perkins For Senator .JUJKJKH Onrtiff I). Wilbur Frnnk R. Willis Chas. Monroe- Nathnniol I'. Conroy KTATK HKANTOK i\. VV. Thompson AHHIOMULYMAN - icott K. McLachlan For Representative A Few oL McLachlan's Many Accomplishments. TO THE VOTERS OF THE SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. The Hepilliiic'iii Congressional Cuiri- rilillee la|<es I I).' 1 Illierly of present.- biK lo the voler:; of llilH con,^re;!:iioiirj| district Ihe record ol lion, .lames Me- Laehluii (luring the period In- has nerved as Congressman from this district. It is impossible lo recile all ol' his many ads in Congress (luring his long and ellicieui service, hul we desire lo (--ill \ 'iiir ai I cut ion lo ;i I'evv ol the inor:- lmpor,ant ones. Aclion:; an- (.'.realer Ihan word:: and Mr. AlcLachlaii Is essenl hilly a man of acilou, as proven by his rec ril'd. We, d"i.||i il ilupenillve Ihal. li< he returned to Washington, COIIH|<UT Ihii', slut.omait r-arefully. Compare; Hit! record nl' Mr. McLachlan with that of his principal opponent, and then act an your bout Judgment dictates. Long and useful service: Mr. Me- Lachhm hati represented bin Cou- greHHlonal District for ton yearn. San Pedro Harbor: A persistent effort has been made to misrepresent .Mr. McLachlau's altitude on the San Pedro Harbor ciiscstion. In thin, as In all olher public mailers, his record spcal:s for itself. Krom the beginning he has been a constiinl, active •ind effectual friend of San 1'i-dro. lie was a member of the r,lih Congress win n the a pproprla i Ion of $;.',- Dim,nun.iiu |'or ih» building of :>. brcalf- waier al San IVdro was j-'ecured, and worked hitiid in hand willi ihe Honorable Stephen \\'hile for the accomplishment of Ihal result. This fact is known lo all living here ;•! thai Mine, hul Mr. Mcl.achlan'.s enemies continually mlsslato fads, hoping to inlhieiice those who have come here since thai Mine, and do not, of their own knowledge, know ihe irulh of the mailer. Klghl years ;m<> "Mr. Mcl.ai lilan was •'PP'diiled on the Commiilee of Hiv- ers and Harbors. Al Ihal lime a determined effort w;ts made lo discontinue Ihe building of Ihe Sau IV- clro Mreakwaler, arid lo divert the liberal iipproprhii ion already made for thai pui'pose hack inlo ilie Trcas- liry of Ihe I'niled Stales. 'The able Chairman of Ihe Committee led this a.:,-;;ull and Mr. Mel.achkin opposed II, I When Mi. .\fr-Lar•lilnn r<-'urucd to Con- 'Kress, a! Mie beginning of the ,",7th Co!;i;T' •:.:-•. he found that ;i contract had he-.n |< | lo build a post ofh' •<• in I,MS Angeles for $IC»,»<i(i.(|0. Mr. .\jc- LacEihin. .without ti.e .';r,li':i;at ion ir anyone, induced tin S".':rc!arv of Hie Treasury to <•>• ;•."•<• the construction of that liuilding, for Hie reason, an he contender! that, when complete*) |i would not be large enough to accommodate the wants of the people, and a' lh" same lime, contend'-d thai w«- re- 'tuired an appropriation of al leas: % 1,000,000.00 to construct, a building suitable' to ihe v/anis of the people of I,OH AngelcH. Through his efforts. the contract W;IK stopped and he finally succeeded In Mr-curing an appropri- atlon of $ i ,0(iO,oo(),oo tor Hie new Federal building, which is now In proves* of const ruc-ilon in ihe City of Los An- SITE FOR PUBLIC BUILDING IN PASADENA: lie secured an Appropriation of fifty thousand dollars for a site for a public building In Pasadena. SUPPORT OF ROOSEVELT: He has supported and voted for all the greal measures that, have been eriac- lerl Into law during Ihe splendid art- ministration of President. Roosevelt. PROTECTION OF CITRUS INDUSTRY: No man did more to secure protection to Hie ciirns industry than did he when the Ulriglcy law was passed. Thai law Is to he revised by Hie- next. Congress. At. this critic; lime we cannot afford to lose the services of this experienced legiHlsi- l.or and send OIK; In his place who has had no legislative experience. Think n bout it! OWENS RIVEH: .rust, at the close lori .\Vr. McLachlanV : j j.l' adid achiese- nicijf<.: In our betialf nn!o«u he be i"iK,nni! of i be facts op d"liher;it< ]\ hi '• -: i ii> |,art of ; \\t. Hi-'i-p \,<-( \ \ '<>'.'.'.•<}• IT ihe demagogue. LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE: .Vo t"|a'•.-'•mat i i e !!ja.t we have ever h.:d I as brought lo us such material ben-'- III::. He has done things, and we are Mie beneficiaries. Shall we uphold the hand:-, of i his faithful servant, who has given ten of Hie best years of his life in our behalf, or shall we ruthlessly cast him aside for a novice who has bad no legislative cxpeii- r-iice, a per we have had the benefit H of his splendid efforts in our behalf? Voters, Miink about It! SHOULD BE RETURNED TO CONGRESS: Vote for Mr. MeLachbui. This mo.-ii faithful and efficient public servant should be returned 'o f'oniM'esrt Respectfully Submitted, RKPCIUJCAN CO.N'fJRKSSIOXAL Thompson of horn in New California in A i ham bra in title and He ind COMMITTKK, l!v .IAMKS CLARK, Chairman. Democratic Rally. On Hat'mlay evening the JJemncra- tio forncH heir] n rally in the WODIHIIH (Jlnh House. There was a fair sized crowd of men and women present to greet tlie speakers, I'rof. Kirk atul JiirJ Rush, the Democratic candidate for Congress. Col. J. W. KigKiriH presided. ,Jud Rnsh endeavored to explain lo his hearers how ho WHS willing to maintain the present .Republican tariff on oranges hut would support a measure to reduce (ho present tariff on eastern manufacture!*. Tiio audience did not, enthuse much ,, ,, ,„,, f , ., "" the t"'('Hpect of «uch n policy, ol M,e ,!„., Congress the Ctly of Los wh|oh m|)s , ,„,„„.„ ' J; Anglos sen. a. bill ,o Congr-Ks ^ < tronnly to the tariff on citrus fruits secure a rlgh, o. way over It,- Public „„,, , )|M(;r (:alifoniia pIO(lu( . tBi nrillf ,. domains, lo bring the waters of Ihe ing ruin to California growers. Owens diver lo ' • ' thai l;.-le day It o secure action because of the .short.-1 brought lo the writer's remembrance "' : ;; r ' r llmr; - 'I'he Commiilee on that Mr. Rush started hi.s political career as a Prohibit ionist,! hen sought office from the 1'opulists, now culln the Committee, himself a Democrat and is making a good fat income from his practice us attorney for the liquor inteiesls of Los Angeles City. ! Thompson a Wise Choice. The Argna has no hesitation in en- i dot-sing the Republican candidate for state senator irijthis district. ! The nominee of the Republican party for state senator in the Uoth district. i.s Newton VV. I Alhamhra. He was ; York State, came to j 1885 and located nf. 1887, where he h°s «incn resided. He ! .served for five yeara as president, of the Hoard of City Trns'ees at that place, and is now president of the high Hcliool hoard. He has been for 20 .years an examiner of titlefl and at, present holdfi the position of officer of the Title Insurance TniHt Company at, Los Angeles, has been an active Republican was elected in November, 1004, member of the stttte assembly from the 60th district, and reelected in No. vemher. lOOf). During both sessi na he served upon the committees of education, banking, judiciary, muni- cinal corporation and roads and highways, and lit the session of 1907 was chairman of the committee on county and township government which had charge of the general revision of the county government act and fee hill with the result that both of these important acts were at, that session incorporated in the Political Code. At the session of 1005 he was appointed a mem her of the special committee on education and at the present time is a member of the special committee charged with the duty nf investigating the conduct and management of the state printing office. I Drugs NORTH CITRUS Steitionc^ry \ W. W. NASH Prescription Druggist os I 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 size tree. We exterminate red, purple and black scale. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 19') Covina Phone 177 Charter Oak seemed Impossible This aspirant, l/j office also spoke I a good deal about, records, which! A Healthy Family. "Our whole family has enjoyed good health since: we began using Dr. King's New Life Pills, three years ago," says I,. A. P.artlet, of Rural Route 1, G'tile ford, Maine. They cleanse and ton- thc system in a gentle way that does you good. 25c at Clapp's drug store. I'uMic lauds ha.il li"lr| Ilielr last iiieel- '".-:. but Air. Mchachlan finally per- l.o 1 1 led them l.o call ih'-i', secured Ihe iinaiiiiiioij;., con- of i he Commit Ice, and on l lie '•••'ore the adjournment of Cou. :'.eciii-''(l Iho pass;.KC oi' i in' bin. • Oil.i Wellborn of ihe I'niiod •s Di:-,i r!cl. Court., who haw lui'l i years' cxporloMco a..s roprif.senta- In the hallK of CoiiKTr.jHH dedtired Mr. ,\Ic.Lachhin'H HUCCOHH on that Covina Realty. Fine new H room residence, all modern conveniences, .surrounded by orange- trees, 81,000. Two lots, corner of Citrus avenue , *.,,.*. ^.u.^ 1,1,t t,i»vi »/«. w j LI no H v nn 14tj occaHlun, duritiK tho cloning days <>f|and Puento atreet, opposite new high that. HOHsion, wun the mo&t t-emark- ablo leglHlutlve feat thai had over come within hl« knowlodgo, and the public press In I.os A.ngiMes, al. thai Mine, wait fulsome In ils praise, of his effort H in our behalf. MEMBER OF RIVER AND HARBOR COMMITTEE: Mr. Mel.aelilan Is a member of the great Itlvor and Harbor Committee. He IH one of the seveiiieeu members of Congress who decide where Hie millions Dial are appropriated each year for river ami harbor Improvements shall be expended. Sau I'edro harbor needs $J,- IHIII,laid more lo properly complete 11. Can we afford to lose our a<h;mia;.;c ou Ihal committee? Think about it. MEMDER .OF COMMITTEE ON EXPENDITURES FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS: .VIr. .McLachlan in Hie run kin-', inemlicr on the ComiiiiMee on K\pcm|liuiv:i for I'lihlic Uuildhms. e need further approprhii ions lo complete Hie Federal hllihllllK In Los Ati.neles, and oilier cities In this dis- Irlcl need l''ederal posiolllcc liiiild- iuus. NS'e cannot afford to lose out :ulvaiilime on Hun < unmiiiiec. 'I liink iilioul Ii ! ONLY MEMBER OF THESE COM MITTEES FROM THE WEST: lie * the onh member of those two coin mllloos \\cni of Hie Alissourl ii l ,rr. 'illi \\e afford lo lose ihis advania.",''.' \'oters, i liiuU alioul ll ! PENSIONS: He has secured an ncrease of |cnsions for thousands m ild soldier-;, and Hie present com school site. North exposure. Sidewalk. Bargain for quick sale. Price 81400. Two lota on Center street, close in. Rot solid to Valoncias. Good income property. Price i?:ilOO. '^1$ 8 room house, lot 50x105, fruit trees, prico 82000. Lots mi CJriHWold tract. Money to loan. CO VINA KttALTY CO. •10 per cent, off on "Sageno 1 Food tofluy only at Nnsb^s. Hair F, E, WOLFARTH , , Jeweler . . wiir^e and complete stock of everything- in the.lint:. Repairing of nil kinds. Fine watch work a suecialty. \A/W. SUMMERS Tree Pruner and Budder , » COVINA Residence, corner 3rd and Orange 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. FoSsOin, Contractor and Builder Phone 214 COVJNA, CAL. Citrus Avenue Covina. Cal. JUST RECEIVED 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 SUPPLIES Covina, Cal. th:u no member of Congress has dene mere or bus manifested more /, al in GENASCO Smooth Surface ^™^ "*—^ • •• »»^ ^^ \**r An iib.solutcly new process I hut resists all \veiithera Kerckhoff-Cuzncp Mil! and Lumber Ca. HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. Home 1-JH, Sunset 2.-"X and, at I lie |;t.-| ses -inn ,,| ( Vil: I OS Aliut-lrs I limit -S 0 - L',S :> \V II, ,,x \mi LM'J tSoiilli >ipi in., M i < I i.ihi iiiui nil Illell. HL" ORGANIZATION OF HOUSE: '' I ..i,'hi.I n I ;i \ er-; i,rs :i n \V]i!i;im II Tall. Hie - i>|. -n.liii u;.iui: r. .ili'd l,\ !' Experience is a Business /Han's Greatest Asset We' liave lu'iTt study i no; falirics and especially wonlrns I'or twetitv-livc- vears in the tailoring Imsiui'ss. \\\- now have a heavily stocked t.iilnr shop in Coviua, a branch of our bi» oiu- in Los MI-,!,,. Place your orders lo;- tall suits \vitn us at tlu- shop formerly owtii-d by Sclitiiiiin it Sturdivaut on Citrus a\i-iiiu-. C v ,ill and yet actjiiaitited. . JACKSON I Plumbing arid Tinning Repair work promptly attended to. Agent for solar heaters. Work Guaranteed First-Class Store Rooms West Badillo Street Residence Phone 50 COVINA, CAL. D. M. Sutherland Co. Gentlemen's Tailoring Cm in,; H.iiiii Pl.oiu H 4 Continued Stability COVINA MARKET The ci.nt niuJ stability of the First National Hank proves that its foundations were well !>:i-,fd on strength and cotv er\ atisin and that t'nis prudent, financial policy is at all times i .1 illi I nil v exercised. Checking accounts c> rdialiv invited. J. I . Kli.NDAl.l., 1',-np. .!,r>i,. >> i . •j.;!i and Toiider Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. !!
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