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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - March 16, 1907, Bakersfield, California The daily californian. Saturday March 1�, 1907. Events in society program for the hold rally and c. E. Union i annual meeting mrs. Dunbar will celebrate pleased hearers huh birthday mrs. O. P. Dunbar the accomplish j on monday the woman a club will �?�4 Reader and elocution St gave a re hold a is dial session in Honor of its Cital last night at prof. Carriers san eleventh birthday and also As a fare Dlo to a Large and appreciative Aud Well reception to mrs. W. G. Hall Lance. Several excellent musical Nam who will Lea a Bakersfield in a few Bere by prof. Carriere and miss Ysa Days for Spokane. The program is As Bel Forker added a pleasant variety j follows to the program. Vocal Solo Harry Thomas Reading mrs. Dunbar As a Reader stands a the Awakening of Alderman Dro among the beat of Talent that has a san a mrs. O. P. Dunbar paper a tam peered before a Bakersfield audience i of Shanter a John Barker read by mrs. Cod her selections last night were Edwin d. Buss piano Solo a tam Well chosen to show to advantage her j of Shanter a mrs. C. C. Pierce. Voice and her training. She was equally enjoyed in her heavy Belee Endeavor society passes Mon and in her Light and humorous a pleasant evening. One. The regular business meeting and entertained at a ocl Alt of he Endeavor Sohm. A of the informal card party. Chris than Church wan held last night there was a Large attendance of the the program committee has arranged the program to be followed at the convention of the Kern county Christian Endeavor Union to be held March lit. Rev. R. A. Haddon is to be the chief speaker at both sessions Anil the regular routine business of the Semi annual convention will be trans mrs. I. L. Miller entertained inform a members and friends and a pleasant ally at cards yesterday afternoon at evening was spent. Refreshments Ber Home on sixteenth Street. A num were served. Ber of her friends were present and a most delightful afternoon was spent. A Blue Rock club five Hundred was played and later will meet tomorrow. The hostess served a tempting lunch in important meeting of the Blue Vav fit a a Rock club will be held at the Range tomorrow morning at 9 o clock Sharp. All members Are requested to be on hand As important business must be transacted and a shoot will be held. Notice to contractors. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Secretary at Anaheim for the excavation of not. Less than Twenty Miles of ditches for the fourth Extension water company upon its lands at Wasco Kern county the same to he done by the Yard of excavation and in accordance with the plans and specifications on file in charge of j. E. Anderson of Wasco or p. H. Erick of Anaheim. Bond of $1,000.00 required for the faithful performance of the contract. Bids to be opened on Friday March 22nd. 1907. The Board reserves the right to reject any and All bids. P. Ii. Krick Secretary. Notice eagles. Rev. R. A. Haddon chief speaker at k. C. C. E. Union i acted. The theme of the convention is a a evangelism a and the program follows afternoon session presbyterian Church. 2 30�?praise service. S. C. Zimmer-1 Man. 2 45�?business president s report Harriet f. Buss Secretary a report Hattie e. Carlock treasurers report All members Are requested to meet at Eagle Hall at i p. In. Sunday the race Ferguson superintendents remit to attend the funeral of brother ports tenth legion Cadance Scho Fritz Stumpf. G. Posch worthy president. P. Vitae Secretary. The presbyterians will hold a missionary rally at their tenth and l Street Church on sunday at la a. In. On monday night March 18, at 7 30 of clock at the tenth and l Street Church their annual congregational meeting will be held. The following will be the program on that evening invocation pastor. Music. Statement on condition of the Church by clerk of the session or. Jones. Music. Report on financial condition of the Church by treasurer or. Sears. Suggestions for the future by Secretary of the Board of trustees or. Ferguson. Music. Report on sunday school by Sec rotary Ella Bennett. / report on y. P. S. C. Secre tary Carrie Furman. Music. Report of women s society by Secretary mrs. Pinnell. Report of Deaconesses by Secretary mrs. Wieman. Discussion of and arrangement for pulpit Supply for the coming year j election of trustees. Social hour with refreshments served by the ladies of the Church in i the manse adjoining the Church. W. H. Wieman pastor. Christian Church. Services As usual will be held in the j Christian Church. Preaching by Rev of Bairn at la a. In. And 7 30 p. M subject of morning Sermon a peace at any Price a evening subject a bad All Are very cordially in-1 cited. Catholic services tomorrow. St. Francis passion sunday. Chil Drens mass at 9 a. In. Catechetics instructions at 9 45 to 10 45 a. In. High. Special j 2 for i a 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4 a. A a. Of 4 4 e. H. White real estate insurance conveyancing notary Public insurance Thart insures the old reliable a Royal a and a a Queen insurance companies. A Dollar for Jar companies with Lars Money to loan on Good Security. 18 22 Chester Avenue. Phone main 4. Doh lol Field missionary Jeanette Harmon Good citizenship Clarence Williams intermediate Stella Wieman quiet mass and Sermon at la a. In hour Lydia e. Colton. New business meeting of entire congregation imme election of officers. J Diatel after the High mass. At 8 p. I 3 15�?address, by Rev. R. A. Had m. Solemn services in Honor of St. I Don state Christian Endeavor Secre Patrick a Sermon will be delivered by i tary and evangelist. The Rev. Father Condon of St. Vibiana evening session congregational Cathedral is Angeles and an lab Church. _ orate musical programme will be ren6 30�?union Endeavor service Lead dered by the St. Francis choir with or Drury Wieman. Topic tilings mrs. Frank Fether and mrs. Derby As i double Gold discount Stamps today and tonight. Fill your books lots of new free premiums amp similarly named remedies sometimes t0 Scheive. The first arid original cold Tablet i b a White package with Black and red lettering and bears the signature of Drury Wieman. You have Learned from Noble in n and women outside the Bible. I thess. 1 2-8. 7 30�?music 7 45�?installation of officers. 8.00�?address, Rev. R. A. Haddon. Mark Twain sails. New York March 16.�?samuel Clemens Mark Twain the author sailed for Bermuda today. Cambridge wins 61st annual boat race. Putney England Marco sixty first annual boat race Between Crews representing the universities of instructions at 8 45. The i 0xford an Cambridge was rowed to a i 11 celebrate or. Pat i Day Over the usual course from put organists. Mrs. Derby mrs. Helbling misses Alma Forker Isabel Forker c. Anderson mrs. Forker and or. Harry Thomas will assist. St. Joseph so mass at 8 15 a. In. Catechetical congregation will celebrate St. Pat me a the value of Xvi t licks Day at St. Francis Church in j a a the evening at 8 of clock. Cd g. Run<0tr a tor. South methodist Church. Tomorrow night at the South methodist Church commences a series of revival services to continue throughout the week. There will be sunday school Ai to of clock and preaching at la a. In. T g. Patterson pastor. To Mortlake a distance of. About and a Quarter Miles and was won by Cambridge by 4x/2 lengths. The official time was 2o minutes and 26 seconds. The record time for the course is is minutes and 47 seconds made by Oxford in 1893. Superintendent Stockton visits county schools. Superintendent r. L. Stockton has been spending the past three Days in visiting the county is hods at Beuna Vista Beardsley Norris and Oil enter. All of them Are in thriving condition Whit attendance slightly increased from last year and All signs Point to the completion o an extremely successful school year. A v personal knowledge personal know ice Irth Quot a a competitive age anti when of amp the front ranks of ring Lector in the culminating contests of t character it places its fortunate possessor c to ferried of the world. A Lecig is really essential to i a of human Effort. He achievement of in Tho wet a vast f. Id cd peer the highest exec be e in. Y n a knowledge of forms knowledge of in not on and knowledge it protects Are All of the utmost value and in questions of life ant health when e True and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that syrup c f figs de Ixia of Senna manufactured by the California big syrup co., is an ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians arid give univ real satisfaction because it is a remedy of known Quality. Known excellence end known component Parte and has Wen the valuable patronage of millions of the Well informed of the world who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first and Best of family laxatives for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims Are made Thia valuable remedy has been Long and favourably known under the name or syrup of figs and has attained to world wide acceptance As the most excellent family laxative. As its pure laxative principles obtained from Senna Are Well known to physicians and the Midi informed of the world to be the Best we have adopted the More elaborate name of a syrup of figs and elixir of Senna a As Mere fully descriptive of the remedy but doubtlessly it will always be called for by the Shorter name of a syrup of figs a and to get to beneficial effects always note when purchasing the full name of the company a California Fig syrup co. Printed on the front of every package whether Ycu Call for syrup of figs a or by the full name syrup of figs a drawl. And la Ixia of Senna. Amp r in i in / if sex \ \ v i my _ itt o Louisville by. San Francisco,cal., . A. London England. New York, first methodist Church. Or. Johnson who was to have Prelc d at the first methodist Hun a tomorrow morning and evening and hold a japanese meeting in the evening will be unable to be Here and the regular meetings will be held. Sunday school at 9 45 and preaching by the Patter at la a. To. Epworth league a 6 30 arid preaching at 7 30. Edward Vaughan pastor first congregational Church. There will be Billie school at 9 45 a. In. And preaching by the pastor at la a. Rn., topic. A the unlimited intermediate at 4 and y. Al s. C. E. At 6 30 p. In. Preaching by the pastor at 7 30 p. Rn., topic Quot Force. Fear and there will tie special music. Mrs. Walton will sing a Solo at both services. E. R. Fuller pastor. Methodist Church Kern. Sunday school at 9 45 a in. Church service at la of clock. The theme of the morning discourse will be a the permanence of the services will be held in the evening beginning at 7 30 of clock. The subject in the j evening will be a the righteousness god the ladies ail so a piety will meet at the Home of mrs. Harry Jaynes 1108 real Avenue. A has f. Belier pastor. Christian science services. At loll twentieth sunday at la a. Rn., subject of the lesson ser-1 Mon. wednesday evening i a citing at 8 of clock. All Are Wel a come. L Street sunday school. The following Are the services for sunday in the school room Corner seventeenth and in a streets sunday school Ai to a. In. Sermon at la a. In. By Rev Angus Matheson theme Quot his Cross a at 3 p. In. Mrs. M. E. Stephe son of the a a children a shelter will speak. At 7 30 p. M. Evangelistic services will be conducted by Rev. C. Arfield. Strangers and All without a Church Home Are most cordially invited to All services. Swedish services. There will be swedish services sunday afternoon at 3 of clock in the m. E. Church South conducted by Rev. C. Starfield. All scandinavians Are invited. Castoria for infants and children. The kind yen have always bought a bears ii. Signature of drink a delicious blending of fruit juice pure refreshing invigorating wholesome at soda fountains or in Bott of manufactured by Star soda works. A. 4 a 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 a a 1.50�?gent�?Ts suits�?$10 thoroughly cleaned and pressed at Pioneer cleaners and dyers. Office 1519 19th Street. Phone main 175. Works phone main 168. A. A. A 4 9 4 9 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444�?~4,444,44 a a 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4 444�?~44�44,4 4 4 4 a it attention v Twenty per cent discount on All lace curtains. Owing to the late arrival of our shipments leaves us with too Many curtains on hand. Some of them must go thus the sacrifice. For one week Only. Curtains from 50c. 1000 pairs to select from. Haberfelde furniture co. 1409 19 Street 4 4�?T�?T a 4 a a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4�?~ 4 4 4, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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