*************** * Social * * * * * * ****####**######** Mrs. O. W. Mfteholl entertained at. dinner on Christmas Mrs. Edgar Mitchell Mm, day nnd Mr. Hav. and and Dinner nt the bomn of Brnnjos were BrunjcB, Mr. on Mr. Mr. and Chrlfttmns and Mrs. John and Mr«. Jacob Mm. W. Jfoogmi- dyk and family, Miss Metn and Brunjes. Tom Dinner quests for ClirintniaH at the home of Mr. and Mr«. W. 13. Broad - \vell worn the MissffB Amy and Klra Swnnscn, Messrs. A. Andurson and Phil Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. K, Ilrafh enter tained with a turkey dinner on Christinas day, their Clients being Mr., and Mrs. Jordan, Rev. and Mrs. Conley, MJHH Kinney and Mr. Burton. Beautiful poinaeltas graced the table. A family gathering partook of a bountiful Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T, F. (Jris- • wold. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Elliott and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. (Jriswold and Eugene (Jrinwold of Low Angeles. The family ChristmuH tree blossomed at the Elliott homo on Tuesday night. A merry family party sprint Christmas at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Will Griffiths, enjoying a four-course turkey dinner. The housn was decorated with a profusion of holly, caught up' with big red ribbon bows and Christmas bells. The guests were Mrs. Jcrinluus, Mr. Love, Mrs. Adscfc and family, and Mrs. Sparks and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allison entertained with a jolly family dinner on Christmas day, covers being laid for seventeen, including, besides the immediate family, Dr. Reed and family, Mrs. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. McAllen, Mr. and Mrr. Thornason, Dr. Kollnr, Mr and Mrs. Will in in Clarke and U rand ma AUJHon. The royal bird was accompanied by the usual flxln's and J;:H(,H and laughter aided digestion. A large and merry family celebrated Christma.H ut the hoiiic of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1C. Daniels, covers being' laid for twenty-seven, including', besides the .six immediate mem hers of the family, Mr. and Mr*. C. FI. Danieln -ind three children of Los Au- tfcles, Oco. (•}. Daniels of LOH Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Thomas of (Jlen- dora, Mr. and MrH. K. 1C. Pitts am Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 15. Pitts of Prospect Park, Mi«8 FCthel Morgan, Mr. a IK! Mrs. C. D. Daniels and three children Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Daniels and t o children and Mrs. C. A. Daniels. On Monthly evening, Don. '23, al the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Willian Overboil /or, on Douhln avenue, (hi marriage of Blanch I),, their cldc.sl daughter, to Mr. Win. O. Snider, was solumni/od. No scene more charming nor thong moro happ.s IIIIH graced our valley than the 0111 cullod to attention by "Wedding toiiHlo" from tlio "Jluguonots, " will Mrs. Andrew McAllon at the piano, at (i :5fi o'clock Monday evening, mu no singer has sung "JVomino Me" it a more soulful manner than Mrs. W W. Nii/ui) rondored this seluotii.; just boforo the coming of tho wedding party. At 7 o'clock the- first notes from "Lohengrin" gave u final iidlico of tho coming of tho bridal txniplo; They wore led to an imposing arc!) of palniH and lilicn by tho JKov. (iuorgo l'\ C'homborlon, pustoi of the local Brethren Church, attended by Charleu llanawalt of Lordsburg and Miss Mao Hexroud of Ana- hoim. It WIIH a modt impressive ner- vico wliich made this twain ono HI<H|I. During tho congrutnlations Mrs. McAllen played "Meditations. " Tho bride wus most charming, at tin-d in en am silk and (uirryiug white oiniatioiiH. Her maid wore pink mull and carried pink carnations. Tho groom and bunt, man svoro tho conventional black. Mr. Hnider is u native .of Indiana and has been a resident, of Oakland, Cal., fur the past seven years. lie is a recent graduate of St. Mary'H college in In. 4 home oily. Tho bride is a native daughter and a favorite \vilh her many friends and associates. After the ceremony, H two course wedding Hiippi'i- was KIM-VIM! to Ncven- ty-llve jolly folks who graced the wedding spread. A profusion nt' elegant uiid useful presents was showered npun tin- happy pair, whii'h will make their hume at Cimi-hcl la, when 1 Haw will HI- i. up hnuticltiM'ping at the. 1 clust) of the hnliihty MCIISHII, a cuiitjtiiiit reminder ul' tin ii' irii'luls in llic old hoinii [iliu't'. Those wli-i atti'iidud tliu Ovurholt/or wi-ilding from town were, Mr. and Mrs. S lu'imer, iv l)eShetler ( 'ampbell, Miss ha and J. C. Black of l.os An^t-lea; ' Mr. ami Mis. (!. N. Kixroiul and. daughter Ainu ot Aiialii'iin ; Mr. ami Mrs. I. S. (Ki'ibult/rr »f Lun« j Beiti'h ; Miss Clura CusU r of 1'usu ileua; (,'ht's llunuwalt uf Lurdbburg. On Monday evening, Rev. and Mr. Paul HtevetiH, with their little son, drove home from a pleasant dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. If. M. Douglas, expecting to find a dark and cold house, and great was their surprise on discovering that it wn«! brilliantly lighted and full of guest?. Home of the congregation had conspired to meet together to show In substantial form their appreciation of Mr. Stevens 1 devotion to his church. Some of the ladies united in presenting Mrs. Stevens with a lovely new handbag, the contents of which were golden and of no small value. Many other useful articles were received. A % happy evening was spout with songs and recitations and tho party broke up with mutual good wishes for tho festive season. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Warrior enter- ;alued at Christmas dinner a family mrty, covers being laid for twelve, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baldrid^e, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warner arid Master Donald, Mr. and Mrs. S. McNeill of Long Beach, Mrs. F. M. Fultz of Burlington, Fa,, Mr. Sylvester Warier of Oiiihrie, Oklahoma, and Mrs. If. II. Worley. An immense turkey from tho ranch of Percy Warner of O'lark's Valley graced the beautifully lecorated table. Tho center piece was a beautiful china bowl moro than hundred years old. The vases at oithur end of tho table have been In tho family » hundred and twenty years. Tho parlors wore decorated with mistletoe and holly and bright oak and maple leaves from Iowa. Thirteen of the grandchildren of Mrs. John Wilkins were entertained by their respective mothers at the home of Mrs. Komi C. Clarke on Tuesday afternoon. The homo was decorated profusely with' holly and mistletoe and a Christmas tree loaded with presents for all occupied tho center of tho parlor. After the gifts were distributed the little ones wore Heated round the dining table and a surprising amount of cocoa and eatables diwippoaied. Tea followed for the grownups, after which all adjourned to tho Episcopal Christmas eve festivities. Those present were tho Misses Muriel and Clweu Sherwood, Margery Clarke, Phyllis Brunjes, Margaret, Dorothy, Nellie and Hilda Matthews, and Masters Harold, Cyril and Willie Sherwood, Jack and Lewis Clarke, Messrs. and MIIIOH. 1A W. Sherwood, John Brnnjos, W. H. Matthews, Mrs. J. WilkiriH, Mrs. K. C. Clarke and Miss Lucy Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Jeffrey entertained with a fnrn'ily dinner on Christmas day, t.heJf gnests being Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy and baby and Mr. Brimble. F. M. Chapman nnd fan.ily spent Christmas at the home of C. C. Chapman of Fullerton. Miss Joule Hanson returned Saturday from a visit since May at her former home in Minnesota. of Upland is I with Mr. and Miss Zora Miner spend ing the week Mrs, W. E. Wyeth. A. K. Pooley, tho nurseryman, of First street, spent Christmas in Los Angeles, the guest of his uncle and cousin, Mr. O. and Mins Pooley. The Covina Pharmacy carries a full lino of rubber goods and toilet articles. The right goods and at the right prices. E. U. Smith, Prop. As an example of the heavy travel on the Pacific Electric, on Christmas day the car leaving LOB Angeles for Covina at 11:30 p.m. carried 102 passengers. Funeral Services. The funeral services of Archibald Moody, the beloved father ot Mrp. James Corbott, of this city, occurred on Saturday last ut his home in Santa Ana. The deceased was 70 yeais of age and his death was due to pneumonia following an attack of la grippe. A native of New Brunswick, he moved to Illinois while a young man and for the past 5 years has been a residentjof Santa Ana, where ho was highly respected, On Sunday occurred the funeral of Miss Katie W. Byerley, whose death was noted last week. The services at the house were conducted by the (lerman Lutheran pastor of Pasadena. Only a few years ago she wan married to Mr. Charles Byerley and a little boy of three remains to mourn the IOHS of a mother, whoae affectionate disposition and her bright and winning ways made her hnHln of friends in our city. Her dentl) was duo to tuberculosis. Pay With Check or Scrip. City taxes may be paid in either checks or .scrip, J. C. Hntcliiiihoii, Jr., City Treasurer. I. C. Fairly, Tax Collector. uiuny out of . Bill, Miss Augie Beanbloss-oiu, A merry party of young people gathered on Christmas day at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Doloater at Charter Oak to partake ot tho hospitality for which these people are especially noted. The party mot in the morning at tho residence of J. M. Smith on San Bernardino avenue and made the trip to Charter Oak by ha.yrido provided by Mr. Dolcater. Members of the party were all near relatives and were, a premium bunch of cousins. The list of names making up the party is convincing evidence that tho Smiths are accumulating. Supplied from tho family of George Smith of South Citrus avenue were Thomas and Alice and Mr. and Mrs. John Shuey of Long Beach; from the family of J. M. Smith were Roy, Lee, Mabel, ln<>7. and Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Smith of Hollywood; from J. E. Smith's family of Sedalia, Mo., were Miss (lorliti and Mr. Fred Smith of Hollywood. It was a day of pleasure and will linger in the memories of each participant. Tho beautiful home of Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Korckhoff was gaily decorated and illuminated last Saturday night, when tho Chrifttnms celebration of the Amphion Club wan held. It was also "Italian night," and music by Italian composers was selected. Mines. Kniiis and \V. H. Collins gave a piano i|uet, "CaValeria Kusticana, in excellent time and feeling and responded for encore with "I'iy/ic-ati." Mr. (Mian. Evans, who has a awee! tenor voieu, gave iiuii'h pleasure bv bin rcndcrinu of "A Land of Kosos," bv Teresa del Kiegu, "Spring is Come," by Maude V. Whito, and "The. Little Irish liirl," by Hermann Lnhr. A wosl interesting number was the reading bv Mrs. Nye. Mrs. John Brunjes sang "O, Dry Those Tears," by Teresa del l\it'go, and "Murgherito, " .by Krirk Meyer Hcliuud. Mrs. Brunjes possesses a iiie/'n soprano voice which hits always l.een ad 'miieii for its sweetness and simpli cit\, lull under the rarelill tuition ; ut Mrs. Thorpe it lias much improx .I'd in Voluijie and i-\pl engii'll. Dainty ivfie.-liineats were served, Tin' hostess was assisted in receiving by Mines. Jennings ami Hunis. Notice to Tax Payers of Covina. All taxes are now due and payable. All taxes will become delinquent on the last Monday in December at 5 o'clock p.m. and if not paid prior thereto a penalty of 10 per cent, will bo added thereto. Taxes may bo paid at tho office of tho City Tax Collector in the Homo Telephone building on and after Oct. IJth, 1007. I. C. FAIRLY, Tax Collector. Wainut Trees. Santa Barbara soft shell grupe fruit 10,000 and Placentia. SO,000 plants. Lemo'i buds for Jnne planting. Shade trees: Umbrella, Camphor, Monterey Pino, Bottle trees, three varieties in Acacia. Phoenix and Oiiudaloupo Palms. 150 boxes Eucalyptus blue gum. W. M. Adams, corner 3rd and 4th streets and Lincoln avenue, P. O. box 1300, Lordsburg, Cal. 1-1 lp Ponies, Horses and Mules. AH I am now a resident of this county, I would like to supply the good people with anything in my line. I shall keep on hand Shetland ponies, mules and single drivers. I have four head ot .standard bred trotting youngsters, one ureat Stephens. Call and neo and give me your orders. Matt, Chilton, Covina. Location, R. A. Meredith ranch, Cypress avenue. New Schedule For Electric. L,eave Los Angeles 5: SO a. in. 6:35 7:05 7:50 10:05 11:20 12:30 1:30 2.45 3:35 4:15 5:iH> 5:4 i o:30 S : 30 11:30 Leave Covir.a 5:50 a. in. <>:50 8:15 ( »:00 <>:45 10:20 1 1 :30 12:35 p. 1:45 in. 3:45 4:40 5.25 (..•10 ii:55 7:5o 10:00 A Happy and Prosperous New Year We thank all our cus- * tomers and friends for their liberal patronage, assuring them our best efforts will be given toward giving you better values and a larger stock. r OMANS CLUB HOUSE Tuesday Evening Dec. 31, '07 THE LITTLE SUNBEAM PEARL QOLDINQ Tn a magnificent scenic production of the successful rural drama representing New England life For Mother's Sake WITH AN EXCELLENT CAST A STORY OF STRONG HEART INTEREST Abounds in comedy situations! Startling climaxesl Refreshing in its originality! SOMETHING NEW! Arc you interested in Saving Fuel and Labor In your home? If so, come and see demonstration of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER -at- FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE BEN F, THORPE Successor to J. R, ELLIOTT CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All sizes of well cured pipe always in stock. EXCAVATING AND HEAVY GRADING '.Building Blocks, Cement Fence Posts, Cisterns | Branch Yard in Glendora. Home Telephone 403^ Agent American Disappearing 1 Beds ' FOR SALE 5000 Acres of choice orange, fruit and farming LANDS in the celebrated San Joaquin Valley On main line of railroad and near good towns. Plenty of water can be obtained. This land comprises some of the best in the valley and will be subdivided into small tracts to suit purchasers and sold at low prices on easy terms. Weekly Excursions to view Land J. H. MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE Sole District Agent Celebrated Kentucky Jack "Somson" at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of horses and; i stock r/veived fur uasture. I Broadwell Citrus Avenue - Covina, Cal. Stowell Fumigating Co. EXPERIENCED, PRACTICAL FUMIGATORS Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. 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