Covina Argus from Covina, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 4
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoflice Covina, Cal., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Covina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. One Year in advance - - SI..50 Six Months .75 Three Months .... .50 Sinple Copies - • - .05 ADVP.HTISI'.MKNTS! Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes aiadc as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices £1.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each .suVmc'iucnt insertion. COVINA, Decembers, 1008. Trade fiarly. "Trade curly" in the slogan f,o rc- mcr,ber this year when buying the msttiy little kniokkimekM that make th<i holiday season HO enjoyable. The Crowds in L<m (Angeles have learner! (he habit, find the utoiokeeperM do not anticipate the awful oriiHh on l.lio last, nitfht of trade that has been in evidence in UK: pant. "Trado early" is n good rr.oU.o, and the Covina mor chants arc all ready for tho Christmas shopping two weelfH in advance. Tho Covirin store windows arc .jammed with ClirintHitiH presents, and ti c.iovvd of whooping children may be seen ubout, tho display at, all times hcfuce and after school hoiirH. Wliat, IH tint matter with taking thin HiiggcHt.ion right home to yourself, you who must. make a certain number of purchases nnwyuy? Why wait until everything liaa been mauled over and Hollcid before making a purchase? Come into Covina and look over the fins- display in the stores, and do the ClirintmaH buying before yon go homo. Covirin can offer you all the joynii.H bargains of the season without, the extra prloe invariably ohargod by Mio motropoli- tan merchants. That's right, trmlo early. Service in the Chorob of tho Holy Trinity: Second Sunday in Advent: Holy Communion 11; subject, "The Bible—What It Is arid How Did Wo Get It?" Evensong 7:30; subject, "Experimental Religion," Offertory duet, "Hark, Hurk! My Soul," by Mr. Marshall and Mr. Sprotto. Hun- day School 9 :45 a.m. Christian Church: Bible School 0:45. Preaching by the pastor i\t 11; subject, "Doubling a'Preacher's Power.' 1 Junior !1 o'clock. Senior Endeavor « :.'!0. Preaching? :30; Bi.b- jcot, "Can One Ho a Christian and Not a Church Member?" Mushi by chorus led by Pi of. (Jroom, A cordial welcome to all. Baptist Church:. Preaching by the- jma- "Tlio ChriH- " Evening Holpful In Ci'.IlO p.m. Worship ul, tlin Uible Hohool !):lf> a. m 11 a.m. awl 1 :'W p.m. lor. Morning .subject, tiiin'n ilopo and I'vuy-M 1 subject, "Harmful and MuctKiuH." U.V.P. U. Topic, "Consistent Living." Leader, (!. W. Mitchell. AH arc cnvdiatly invited to these servico.H. At the Methodist Church, the pas- li.r, Kev. II. \V. White, M.A., will prt'mih both morning and evening. Topic at 1 !• a.m., "The Foundation of R Christian'H Ilopo," and at 7:110 p in.., "Why China's Awakening is a Mt-mu'o to Christomlum." Other Horviees of tho day are: Sunday School !l;-ir>. ClusH meeting V2:l!">. Junior Lea (-'lie I). Intormcdiatu and Senior Epwortl 1 . la-agneB t'r.ItO. A cordial invilatioii IH extended to all to attend these A I'lea for Sanitary Conditions. We undui'Htaiid thorn in a city urdiiiiiiico agaiiiHt upen I'CSH pools and slop hull's and in the /rul IHr oli'aning up on Saturday \vt> hnpn «omt> steps will bn taken towards (<ufi<rciiig it, then possibly diptln-ria am) the allied soru throats \sill licit be BO prevalent. It is possible, i-Vfii with no .sfwer system, to have hygt'iik' cfsjspnols and plumbing and it is hard lim-s that tin so whu have, fchoiild br p,iiiiiini-d by odiiril't-roiis nlVi'iu'i'S nil their property '1'hesi' K-iiiarkn apply als<. t v.n!L-r. \\liii-li is an unhealthy liiu-s. > hath ith-IICt' Bleep/ and Skull-Bones. We des'.re to reply to that article of last week's Argus, relating to a Socialist meeting, and iff) unhappy ending. The author, for obvious reasons, did not euro to aftnoh his name to the writing, and we do not believe it IH an editorial, as the editor would not be so unreasonable and unkind. The writer of the article \» certainly very much opposed to Socialism, and lie needs in study up some bnf'oie condemning sixteen million followers of the "creed," as it \H barely possible- 'sixteen million to one) that they may bn right ,md he be wrong. The "typical Red" of the evening, with the "frothy mouth," is not refiogni/fd as tin official npeakcr for tho stale or national organl/iitinn at the Socialist party, so U, is hardly fair to lay the blame on paid (.arty. Theic are rash ones in all parties, who do not always use the best methods of education, and the results of tliis particular meeting are to bo regretted. We have no sympathy for the speaker and perhaps ho deserved what he got, fo< § ho and his kind arc dc.ti imental to the cause of Socialism. However, two wrongs did not make the matter right, or add to the credit of the participants, arid we do not, admire- the methods used by the retaliation committee. Our friend from the 18f.li of lown smashed a jaw bone and the speaker with the red flag was reduced to scrambled eggs. Jfo "scrambled," while the city marshal swept tho corner clear of "undeHirabloH. " You Socialists and sympathizers are cracked-brained ;"your brains have so enlarged with new ideas of justice that your egg shell skulls are cracking near tho wains. You ought to bo ashamed of yourselves for having sympathetic feelings for your fel low- man, and trying to educate the people to the desirability as well as the in- jcvitahility of the cooperative oorn- i monwealth. ft is a pity that there was not a few more softshells; it Becms to have been a mistake in nature. Tho rod flag of Socialism heeiris to have a very irritating effect on some of our patriots. What are tho objections? If tho streaks of red in our national emblem stand for anything good, then the red flag of international socialism may stand for something infinitely better. Tho red flag is symbolical of peace and jiiHtioe for all mankind. Nothing wrong in that. Freedom such as obtains in this country and nil countries is not the kind of freedom desired by Socialists. Socialism meana the entire freedom of man — freedom from all forms of slavery, poverty and the resulting miseries. Socialism would institute the true brotherhood of man. Socialists do not believe in wars, or disgraceful fistic SOOIION, bull fights or "bull pens"; they believe in and teach harmony of interests, It is generally conceded that wars when reduced to thi'ir last analysis arc little short of wholesale murder. However, if it will do tho dead, wounded or bereaved families any good, we will simply call it slaughter, <>r killing, or ignorant oiissedncHH. What a sin that 1UOO men should pass up for slaughter, and to .slaughter, and emerge with a pitiful remnant, of Hlfi survivors. Surely this la n shamo to a so-called ci vili/at ion, and a disgrace everlasting. When Socialism comes into being, and tho profit system IH done away with, them will be m> wars or starvation in tho lands of plenty, an the incentive and opportunity !« prudiico tlu'Ho conditions will have licon abolished. It there had been no prullt in the slave busi- ntitiH, there would have been no slavoH, and therefore no civil war. If it was not lor pmllt, there would bo no wars with Japan or any other duu nt ry. If it was nut fur that imp of Satan, "profit," there would bo no incentive- to kill, plunder and grind up tint buiit'N and bbuid of our ohibl ren into dollars and cents, or to onn- tinuii iho woman slavo t ratlin or the drink curso. Let t<v(<ry»ne have all ho ur she pi'tiduoes or its equivalent, and tliu vexed questions of poverty aiul uvi'i'pi'oduot iuu, cvimrti and mi.s eries, will be eliminated or reduced to ihu minimum. Help us work tor tbe early coming nf that better day. Vuurtu respectfully, S. Knl.erts lleudley. CHARTER OAK. Mrs. H.C. Mace mid Mi 1 *. Lynns, Sr. , are both very ill tSiU week, Ira Hell has built and moved (Mini Ciivimt unto his nuu'li [i Mrs. Kellt and lier SAVED THE GIRL. . null Mini-. nd (I if fct'ii't will in. i-vi-ry r'.fuiug day. Plenty "i h<-l|>. iJK UAIMVKLL STulU-;. pt-n until H 10 p. in. Sun Swioli, aiv viMiUu^; i In- t al Krdi'lliln. A. (.'usihtiitin liii> st>! l.ui Mint.' t<> a .iu| Hni'M S. A. Sl.'U,-i| anil f;ii \M't'k t'lnl aillip tli|' to i tlii'.v \\i-ri' lln- K'li-lN niL'j''s liri alu r, (it'iir^c, ti;u-k Ml-s l.i-i: io Sl'>\\i- nece, unnel's An Old Time Adventure With 8al«- mon Ul*nd Cannibal*. One (lay on n Solomon drac-h a little Klrl ran to me and, before I was aware of It, plnccfl my fool on her nock. One knows what tills mown* well enough. In hot war It rrieans that. If a chief allows his (not to rest on the defeated one's nock the man's life IH Kvife, bnthe IK a slave forever, rescue or no rescue. [ waa piiz/.lr'd at. the child's notion. It was soon explained. Shortly afterward down came a lot of vlllnjrers and In Rlsf.cd on taking the youngster. I told them what she had done. They wakl they did not care. Fler mother wag he- Irix cooked In the town, and the child Klioiild KO to the ovens with her. "Never!" I said. "What! We, who have eaten iK.'tel nut. together many limes, to (|iiarrel for n niefe child to whom I luive granted life In jour own way!" I swore they should kill ru« (ii-Ht. They replied: "Oh, that Is an easy thing to do." A hold front was the only thing ncnv. Luckily I had my sixteen shooter. SprliitfliiK hack and putting a mark on the sand with my foot, f swore I would shoot the first man who crossed 1L They knew I could answer for a clo7x>n of them or so, and, although ciuhn were up and hows hent, they hesitated, •• well they might, and I know I had mastered them. Then one proposed I should huy the child fairly, They cared not to fight a friend. To this I at onco agreed, and a muss was thu» avoided, arid a mission ax worth ten pence made me a slave owner.— "Among tlio Man Eaters," by John Caggln. The Century Plant. The century plant, so named hetfttiS'J of the popular Idea that It bloom* but once in a hundred years, In one sense makes good Its name, for It blown*, only once, then dies. In the gonlaJ cllmntft of southern California H reaches maturity and hloorns In fifteen or twenty years, while In colder climates the period may range from forty to fifty years. There are many species of the agave family native to northern Mexico, when; It. Is called the maguey The plant furnishes "pulque," the national drink of Mexico. At the time of blooming the plant throws up a single stock of rapid growth to the height of twelve to twenty feet, from whfeh the tassel-like flowers sprout forth. This great flower stalk draws all the sap and vigor from the body of the plant, soon withers and dies. We give altogether too little Importance to what we say to others and too much to what, they say to us.—Eliot.; Don't be deceived by imitations of DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. When you ask for DeWitt's be sure you get it. The name is stamocd on every box. There is just one orig- inaj. It is especially g'ood for piles. We sell and recommend them. Sold by C. F. Clapp. Schedule For Electric Cars. Leave Los Angeles 5:50 a. m. 7:05 8:10 10:50 ' 12:10 p in. 1.30 2:50 4:45 <>:45 <l;OO 11 :.i() L,eave Covina 5:50 a. in. 6:55 H:30 9:50 11:10 12:30 p. m. 1:50 2:35 3:45 4.35 5:45 6:35 8:00 10:00 CHRISTOPHER'S Ice Cream All your folks and friends will help partake of the Christmas dinner. Spring a genuine Christmas surprise on them, in other words, CHRISTOPHER'S Ice Cream. NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER. Any flavor, from vanilla to nut. Any style, from plain to frozen pudding. Perhaps you would prefer one of the hundred ices? Try some first and see how you like it. Don't put off order inn until the rush, as delays ofttimes occur. C. f. CLAPP Sole Agent * # # * # * # * # * # # * # Say! yiAr* "Wancbcr 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 handy when you wish to write? Do you know that we can furnish you with the very best of writing paper and envelopes, neatlj 1 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 quantities? This will make your correspondence businesslike and more convenient. COVINA ARGUS, PRINTERS **************** THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET carries everything that a good grocery ought to sell. Besides the best teas, coffees, spices, pickles, olives and canned goods, we carry a fine supply of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also the bcjt creamery butter and fresh ranch butter and eggs. Meat riarket We carry a good assortment of government inspected meats, hams, bacon, etc. Try some of our fresh oysters in bulk. Fresh from East each week. 20c per dozen. ROBERT CRENSHAW Phone 22 Covina Orange Groves We have a large clientage buying good orange groves. If you want a quick sale, list your grove with us. "IT PAYS To SEE us" EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 232 Laughlin Bldg., Los Angeles D. W. McDonald, Covina representative Home phone 1295, Covina 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, CAL. 1 • Special Train to the City of Mexico AND RETURN Leaving Los Angeles Dec. 16th This will be a great trip. Berth reservations should be made early. SEE Southern Pacific Agents 101 NORTH CITRUS Stationery S W. W. NASH Rresoriptlon Druggist * here. MHis aunt linn, uily m.rlr a '»•! I N. \^ llt'lt' .! llli- t.-l and brt.tij'hl 11 lU'iii a tea HOME BAKE RY In Its New Home Dre^eidi that has no equal Y.ilUl.KSOMK, SWKKT, Al'l'KTIXlXO Pies, Cakes, Mot Rolls O. CK'INKK, 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 size tree. We exterminate red, purple, and black scale. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 199 Covina Phone 177 Charter Oak WW. SU/VVWERS Tree Pruncr and Budder COVINA Residence, corner 3rd and Orange St. P. O. Box -413 Over 20 years at the work. Very best references. L. JACKSON Pltambing and Tinning Repair work promptly attended to. Agent for solar heaters. Work Guaranteed First-Class Store Rooms West Badillo Street Residence Phone 50 COVINA, CAL. SS^ Strength, Growth, Conservative Management The Strength, Growth and Conservative Man- 1 agement of the First National Bank commend it to people who are contemplating opening a new or additional account, and want a Safe Depositary of their funds. Checking accounts cordially invited. Capital $511,000 Surplus £40,ouG

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