Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 22, 1909 · Page 8
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Green and children of Anaheim were an automobile party which visited at. the home of their unole, Warren Kellar, on Hun- day. Mrs. Krnest Washhurn returned last. Hiirnln.y to her home In South Pasadena after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Coffrnan. Mrs. William Waterhoiise leaves today for Oherlin, Ohio, where she will uM.eud the commencement exercises of IHM- daughter, Miss Mllllcent, who graduates from the college and from the conservatory of music. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Speer were guests of relatives In Pasadena on Sunday. Mr. W. W.Toxer of Los Angeles visited his property on Orange avenue the first of the week. Mrs. Stubblefleld of Texas and Mr. llammett. of Bluhop, Tnyo county, were rero.nt guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloan of CyproHs avenue. On Wednesday of last, week Mrs. L. M. Crane of Orange avenue entertained at. dinner In honor of Mrs. B. L. King and Mrs. .1. M. Srnlt.h of Covina, who left the same week for an extended visit. In the East. Mrs. Crane's other guests wore, Mrs. A. McKirahan, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Charles Finch, Mrs. "Winder, Mrs. UoboriH of Covina and Mrs. William Stevenson of Baldwin Park. On Friday of this week Mrs. ('rant; hud as her guests Mrs. William "Waterhouse, Mrs. Paul G. Stevens, Mrs. Alex Carnahan, Mrs. Raymond, Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Frank 0-aebke, Mrs. Nora Klsher and Mrs. L. II. Root. Miss llessle Utter and Miss Kfllo llouser of Covina were guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brouse on Thursday. Mrs. Carl Bruingf.on of Los Angeles, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Churlsm Suavely, for several weeks, lec.vos today for the northern part, of the state, where she will join bur husband. Mrs. Louis Swallow visited her win, Fred Swallow, and family, at. Redondo tho first of the week. Miss Jiilln Xlegler of Memphis, Mo., •wan entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gso. Kellar this week, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Devehdorf were visitors to Pomona over Sunday and at the same time Miss Ada Devendorf \vus a guest of MIssAnne Nutt of Pomona College. Mrs. P. T. Seymour mid Miss Jones of Monrovia visited Mr. and Mrs. Ahnor Miller en Wednesday. Mrs. Pfltt.lt, a tourist from Town, Is visiting this week at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phllloo. | This week Mrs. E. 1C. Leech on tor- j tallied Mrs. Sarah Vaudvor and Mrs.' ,1. A. Biuin of Seattle, Washington. ! The home of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. j Maxson was tin? scene of ti merry surprise party Saturday night, when scv- : oral of their friends galhorod to ct-lo- I brute Mr. Mnxson's birthday. Those! present were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Mc.Mlclmel, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. McMlclmol of 101 Monte, .Miss Kdlth Insulin of Carviiliu, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds i.'.id children of Puente, Mr. and Mrs. ,1; S. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. A. (!. (Unit and Mrs. Charles Ayers tuul children of Ir\vlii(lale. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reichard entertained their aunt. Mrs. Logan of Li is Angeles, tills weelc. I. .\. Rhodes In building an attractive (Ivc'ivum bungalow un his properly north iii' here. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel RelHianl will have an I heir guosls on Sunday Mr, and .Mrs. Mmlie and .Minn Eilna Miidie of Los Aum'h'H. RelallveK who vlslti'd Mrs. Ell/.a- belli lllck.s this wook were Mrs. John Avcry, Mrs. McfJovern and Mr. Maim- Held id' Los Angcle*. Mrs. (!eo. Turner and Mrs. Lucas •were friends visiting Mr. and Mrs. lle.Maildel thin week. an addreflB on the secoiid coming of Christ, was delivered by Mrs. Hopkinson of Los Angeles. The speakers and a party of workers from the Apostolic church of Los Angeles were, entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. If. Berry. K. K. Cook of Tulare county visited Walnut Center friends on Sunday. PUENTE. The monthly Sunday-school social that was held Saturday night at the home of I. F. Reynolds, was largely attended. These socials are always thoroughly enjoyed by the young people of the community and fire anticipated from 'one rnon th to the next. John Rowland, formerly of this place, arrived In LOB Angeles from j Mexico this week, being called by the illness of his sister, Miss Aibertine Rowland. The residents of this place will be glad to hear that Miss Rowland Is slightly Improved. W. M. Cross, Southern Pacific agent, will leave the first of July for Galgary, Canada, where he will visit relatives. His daughter, Miss Mabel, lias been In Oalgary for the past year and she will accompany her father on a tour through Canada and to tho Yukon-Seattle Exposition. Last week W. R. Rowland shipped three cars of cattle to the Hausor Packing Company of Los Angeles. Whlteomb and Rowland Hudson and Geo. E. Cross attended the Shrine Initiation at Los Angeles last Saturday evening. .]. W. Hudson recently received word that, his sister, Mrs. Tyler, and ills niece, Mrs. Schumaker, who have spent, the winter at his home, have reached their home In the East in safety. CHARTER OAK. Ada Brow of Covina wft« the of Mrs. 8. A. Stowell Friday. Mrs. Sheaf entertained a number of ho-r Los Angeles friends the early part, of the week. Mi«8 Beatrice Cole spent Wednesday and Thursday In Los Angeles viHiting her friend, Miss Myrtle Doa-J with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams Los Angeles were guests Friday Mrs. H. M. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. AMIaa Lucy Matthews Is home from a vlflit with friends in Long Beach. Mrs. F'. \V. Sherwood entertained with a f» o'clock tea party on Thursday afternoon. Miss Ahhie Cook leaves next Tuesday for Fioston to make a long visit con. Mr. and Mrs. Barron have moved into their new bungalow on C'lenega avenue. Mr. John Lamson of San Francisco spent Wednesday visiting his niece, Mrs. F. If. Wllrox. BALDWIN PARK The members of the Irwlndale Miscellany Club were guests at a mothers' meeting held Saturday afternoon at. the Baldwin E'ark schoolhouse. Roll cull was responded to by the bright sayings of children. The study of current events was in charge of Mrs. Wllllarn Stevenson. The three following papers on the education of children were of great Interest: "The Moral Training of a Child," by Mrs. Heath; ''The Hydra-Headed Monster," by Mrs. Illx; "Teaching the Truth to Miss Helen Kellar as Given by Her Teacher, Miss Sullivan," by Mrs. Carroll. These papers were followed by an enthusiastic discussion In which the guests of the afternoon took part. Miwic was furnished by Mrs. fi\ well. Following tho program the hostess, Mrs. Schilling, served strawberries with cream and cuke. Mrs. Hall will be the club's hosteHH on May "8th. Mr. and Mrs. M. Amos purchased Inis wook a handsome now piano. Mrsi. II. II. Harolson of Irwlndale spent several days with her father, Mr. Power, while ho was confined to his home by Illness, Mrs. Louise Carroll Is vory ill at her home with appendicitis. Dr. and Mrs. Deltrieh left last week for an extended visit, in San Francisco. Mv. Ray Dodson of Riverside spent Sunday with Ills mother, Mrs. Henry Davis. Tho Baldwin Park school is proud of tho record made during the recent county oxamlnat ion In arithmetic. None of I lio pupils of I ho seventh grade foil holo\\ !Hi in average anil the oilier grades attained almost as good marks. Third Hardware Store. The stock of hardware recently purchased by Twomey & Diller at Long Beach has arrived. As soon as the large store room Immediately north of the First National Bank Is completed this firm will open up a complete line of hardware. The Ladles' Aid of the Presbyter- Ian Church met. Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. M. Douglass. Prof, and Mrs. van Vlelt will be missed from Covina shortly, as the former has accepted a position in the Hollywood High School. Through cliiin li room i I Irtlli I'll. last •.•.!• this nl Hi- thf efforts of lit".'. Most's pastor of tin' Spanish Mils i (immunity, I !u :•<• ri'ci'iit ly t',rantii! • .lapanrso who \\ as li(|itur srllini i« 'r M ;; n 11 i i m \\ ah SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARING. HIGH CIUOI. Mi N is it ini; |v Maliif.v iti\rs h WALNUT CENTER Mr. :UM) Mrs. !•'. .1. Slimsoii and iln-ir HUi-sts. Mr ami Mrs. Morris .1. Stiu 1 . .son. Mrs. M I. Norris ami Mrs. T. ('. J'uiii li, v, ho aiv visiium IMMV Iroiii T<-.\a.-. spi-nl Smuia> «iih oliu-r 'IV \as irh-mls. Mr. ami Mrs. Waic \\\-.i> iis'i- .-<III-IM||||^ tin 1 sprint mol.ths at ( li . .in I'.ir!:. l.asi Sunday morning il<'\. Kr\:ii4 dl llowiii-y romlurti'tl si'l'v ii•>•!• ul lln l!.i.T.-''H s.. liimlhoiisi-. in tin- atiiMiomi Money BEST FOR THE PRICE. For Firio Orange LANDS in the SAX JOAQUIN VALLEY call on or address THE KIGGLXS LAND CO. Mercantile Place, Los Angeles. THOROUGHBRED (ornisli Indian Game Trios $10 00 Eggs S3.50 per Setting C. L. SMITH Tel. 3 Azusa United States National Bank JA1HES CORBETT The Morse-Shoer GLADSTONE AVENUE CHARTER OAK has built a neat shop and put In a complete outfit of tools, and is now prepared to do all kinds of smithing work. Note the address—One-half mile north of Charter Oak Schoolhouse. tf Of of their aunt, Mrs. H. M. Houser. Invitations were received In Covina his week for a dance by the II Pen- seroso Club In the Glendora Opera Hill on Saturday evening, the 22nd. The Young Ladies' Sewing Club s picnicking today on the Riggins ranch, guests of the Misses Robbie and .TItnmie Riggins and Mrs. Burroughs. Miss Myrtle Overholtzer and Miss Anna Boots were visiting friends and relatives in Lordsburg last Sunday. Better be, small and shine than be great and cast a shadow.—Adams Sisters, Tuesday evening. It W. M. Grlswold, cashier of the First National Bank, has been confined to his residence for several days this week by the prevailing epidemic. Mrs. Wm. Overholtzer and daughter, Mrs. Otto Snyder, and baby, spent Tuesday at Long Beach, the guest of the former's sister, Mrs. I. S. Over holtzer. A large number from Covina attended the commencement exercises of Lordsburg College last Thursday evening. Dr. McClaren, president of Edinburg'University, Scotland, delivered the address. There were thirteen graduates. The last "ladies' night" of the season was held at the Country Club on Thursday evening, and proved a very delightful affair. Five hundred was enjoyed by the twenty-five guests present, Mrs. Prather and Mr. Kerckhoff winning the favors. At a late hour a dainty salad luncheon was served. Dr. and Mrs. .7. C. Goodell entertained on last Saturday evening in honor of their son Roy's eighteenth birthday, at their home on East Center street. Music and games wei'e the order of the evening. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. The large birthday cake was brilliant with eighteen candles and three more smaller ones for little Imogene Gilmore, whose birthday occurred the same day. Those who enjoyed the evening were Mrs. I. Gllniore, Mrs. J. M. Farrell and little daughter Imogene, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Matthews, the 1 Misses Maud and Grace Blackmail, Lulu Webb, Myrtle Graham, Messrs. Fay Gllniore, Hoyt Leisure, Grant Chapman, Robert Philleo, Roy Goode'.l. Wolfarth's OLD AND RELIABLE Jewelry Establishment We carry a complete line of suitable presents for every occasion. \ I S :|: x •i- Commencement WATCHES RINGS CHARMS LOCKETS CHAINS The Finest Grades at Reasonable Prices. Weddings—Cut Glass by buying thil reliable, honest, high grade sew* ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. Notional Sewing Machine Co, Belvldere, III. FRUIT BOWLS BERRY DISHES CRUF.T SETS CANDELABRAS For Your Wife Artistic and unique MANTLE CLOCKS, the latoit designs, ranging in price from $7.50 to $10.00. Oneida Community Plate Sold under an absolute 25-year guarantee. THE CHARACTER WORK IS WELL OF OUR REPAIR ESTABLISHED. CITRUS AVENUE The stand we have occupied for twelve years. £ •*» •x-<-*-X"X~x~x^K~x~x~x«X"X"X' About the Best Advertising and the soundest reasoning we've seen In a long time are those office boy sturit.K of Silvenvood's, and while we would like to sell you your goods, if you feel you must go to the city, patronize Sllverwood. We believe he is trying to make merchandising better. And by the way, we have just received about 20 new spring suits—every one a beauty— and if a saving of $5 to $8 looks good to you, come In and look them over. Good Shoes Not at $5 or $6 or any price, can finer shoe making be had than we show In our Brockton line of men's welts. The only way you can be sure of getting good shoes Is to buy reliable makes. Good stores are not high-priced stores. They are cheaper In the long run. When you're sick or In trouble, do you hunt the cheapest doctor or lawyer you can find? Well, good shoes, like good doctors and lawyers, have their price. Then you want some comfort too, and you only get that with good shoes. Boys 1 Clothing We are going to close out our boys' clothing. Every suit on sale at a reduction. Messaline Silk Messaline silk, all at 9Sc. • The price ought to move them. Foster Waists Fit and style are perfect. Not sweat shop goods, but made under sanitary conditions, where fair wages prevail. Ever f.ee a sweat shop? Never seen avenues A and B, the East Side, New York? Then you've never seen human misery; and this is a Christian land! Mayhe so. Special Prices German hats $1.75 Men's porous knit underwear^,,...,.....,,.,,,........... 45c Boys' porous knit union suits. ,50c Six pairs men's extra good hose, guaranteed six months....,-..'...: .7Bc~ Ladles' pure silk hose, all colors, Onyx brand. 9Bc Onyx hosiery, silk lisle. 50c Hosiery and Underwear In these lines we carry lust the same makes and at the same prices as Coulter, Blackstone, Robinson and the Ville. Why not buy them here? The price is the same. We give employment to several clerks. They earn a fair living. We have applications from many young people growing up here who want employment. We could employ them if the money were spent at home. The question of home trade is just as important to every property owner as the tariff. • 500 Pairs Men's Shoes i Made for the Pomona Department Store, which recently failed. Came to us at l'>i- on the dollar. These are all first class shoes with rock oak soles and made for Pomona's best trade.. • Among them a lot of Elk and work shoes. Plenty of sixes. Chances M like tins seldom come. Sale for cash only. THE Broadwell Stores On and after June FIRST, BUTTERICK PATTERN'S ARE NOT RETURNABLE OH EXCHANGEABLE. •••••••••••HHHHIMHHHUHMMHrii BUICK WHITE STREAK MODEL 10—Sum!,, niiul.l.-. *lir>ii. Dutilili- mini;!.'. -rll'iNi. Snrivy M-at. :rl'JiMi. Full tc.iuMit. >1 •;"»*. 1 lirlllilillL; Ki-lll.V IliairiM Is Jlllil ^ lamps. Folll' C V 1 i lu Id's. Shalt P. E. DOUGHTY, Agent ^ COVINA

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