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Bakersfield Daily Californian Newspaper Archives Mar 22 1907, Page 5

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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - March 22, 1907, Bakersfield, California Priday March 21 5 Money in diamonds in invested not spent diamonds Are not Only desirable ornaments but first class investments As Well. You should see our assortment of Diamond rings. Perfect settings and Superb stones that cannot be matched elsewhere for the prices we ask. American jewelry company Solomon amp Law props. Bakersfield California. Golden poppy to entertain will give a social wednesday and a grand Ball on May i. S. P. Terms still blocked trains Are running but Are far behind schedule time the Santa be track being used. Our Safe Deposit boxes Are Well constructed and built of the Best fire proof material in the Market. Your valuables and valuable papers Are absolutely Safe when kept in one. $3 a year. Bakersfield abstract company Geo. Hay manager Cheeter Avenue and 20th Street basement the ladies auxiliary to the bother a Hood of locomotive firemen will give a poppy social wednesday after the track through the san Fer noon and evening at the Home of mrs. Nando Tunnel is still blocked and it is Meyers on East k Street. The name not expected the slide will be Clear i of this society is the a Golden poppy a before sometime tomorrow night. The and the rooms will be decorated in trains Are running from los Angeles the Brilliant Flowers. In the afternoon Over the Santa be by the Way of i the social will be from 3 until 5 Barstow and arriving in Kern. On i of clock Abd in the evening will take account of the High water in the Val up at 7 of clock. Cards will be played Ley number 8 was not in last night and number 84 came in on number 8�?Ts time. The owl number 26 came through and was diverted at Mojave Over the Santa be. J in the evening and delicious refresh i ments will be served both afternoon j and evening. Dance on May 1. I the members of the same society will give a social dance in Kaars Hall on the 1st of May and plan to make i it a very enjoyable affair. Excellent i music will be secured. Thomas Dorgan buried at Milan yesterday theatre and supper party Payne amp son funeral directors embalmers have removed to 1711 nineteenth Street next to producers Bank. Open Day and night the funeral of Thomas Dorgan took j in Well mesday evening the Mem. ?ao6o<ji 1�����?o cers of the Jolly five Hundred club and the members of the Woodmen of the world who were Defeated at cards on monday night by the ladies end a. _ i Joyed a theatre party and a tamale it Houston officiated and coun it Sun per the gentlemen being hosts cil commander twaddle of the Wood entire party visited the Empire together and the supper followed. The evening was one of rare pleasure. Those in the a Uty were or. And a. Weaber or. And mrs. J. H. Harvey or. And mrs. J. W. Crosland or. And mrs. H. G. Muller Quot or. And mrs. E h White or. And mrs. O. J. Bundy or. And mrs. M. L. Ingraham or. And mrs. T. F. Burke or. And mrs. Frank Sprague mrs. C. L. Jones mrs. N. C. Jones mrs. Woods mrs. Hessick mrs. Hull mrs. Nora Burton. Miss Mabel Dresser mrs. Stauss messes. Roy Gilchrist older Shaw Dresser Dis. Homer and Guy Rogers and or. S. F. Smith. At 2 30 of clock under the direction of it the Woodmen of the world. The pall bearers were messes. James we red Man Mitchell Wilson and Lime Ron men conducted the ceremonies. Miss Annie Dorgan sister of or. Dorgan and Lawrence Dorgan accompanied the remains from san Francisco. Flowers were sent from Fresno Tulare and Kern and were very numerous and Beautiful. Or. And mrs. S. Speake of Fresno attended the funeral also mrs. G. R. Peek am mrs. H. C. Pratt mrs. M. A. Poland mrs. W. M. Wallace and or. Chrisman of Lindsay. Winter colds sore throats should never be neglected. Why the coi l May develop into lung trouble. We have a Long line of Many famous cough and cold cuts. That have been tried and proven Why sex pkg pm Entz wit h others. Let tis s. La you something a sure our optical parlor is fitted tip with everything for testing eyes. We do it free. 19th St., Bakersfield. Or Utju la Tzou clan 19th St., Bakersfield notes and personals. J. Rambo an old time resident of Kern visited Here this morning in route from los Angeles to visit his son in we Asco. Or. And mrs. Hall of los Angeles Are guests at the Metropole. W. H. Hat Relson is in from Delano. I miss Marie Pratt went to Fresno i this morning to spend her vacation 1 with miss Ruby Ralston. Pretty Werring near Famoso Foksa be a g Ood six Hole 1 Ango with whte a Back inquire at 721 Chev tor a nue. 205 Ron a be pure xxx Lite log Hill n or i pure Buff Orpington it Foi set Ting. Sev it qty up re cents per St thing of to Neon a inquire at 310 Rob i inst 707. 1 Siree t. It in Telephone main j Al in to la Xun Barber Trade few w eel is con Odete a tuition est riled win 1 Leal Ning particulars free. I mole 8yi tem. 113 East St cond 1 Street it in to Des Cal. 23d j. B. Berges receives on wednesday evening at the brides Home near Famoso the wedding of miss Carrie Cottle to Charles Dorsey was solemnized Rev. Vaughn of the first m. E. Church of Bakersfield officiating. The Coffee Home was handsomely decorated in Pink and. White and the bridal party too l under a Beautiful Wreath of Carnation j while the impressive ceremony a j performed. Tile Bride was attends i by miss Florence Dorsey and the i groomsman was Frank Schlitz. The ceremony was performed at to of clock and later a Bountiful supp it i was served. A Large number of guests were present at the wedding. The Happy Young couple will make their Home near Famoso. A t jul 4 a it 4 4 <4 the Midland. A newly furnished rooms by the Day week or month steam heat hot and cold water. Free Baths electric lights and Gas Call Bell in every room / mrs. 3. Haley prop. 1320 19th St., Bakersfield Cal. I miss Ruth Smith in Honor of guest miss Ruth Smith entertained a Sun Ber of her school friends last night at her Home on d Street in Honor of mls Fine lot of whiskey. L list of los Angeles who is vis i it in a Here. A number of Young peo Flynn of i b beige amp co has so Nice eve Nln to the hospitable inst received a lot of whiskey of the borne and miss Ruth assizes Mcbryer Nelson co. Distillery Ping i sep. It was stored in Ham bit. Germany for years and Lins been around the Cape Horn twice. Originally the barrels contained about 41 Gallons. Now they average 24 Gallons. No finer whiskey has Ever come to Bakersfield and or. Beige intends to serve it Over his bar at the Sample room As soon As the whiskey is settled at the same Price As Ordinary whiskey. By Lier Mother mrs. S. F. Smith it ten Aine the guests in a most Delight Ful Way. Those present were misses Nona White Millicent Smith Edith fish Burnham Hunt Lottie i Blodget Helen Campbell Ethel Robosky Marjorie Landers Dorrit Smith Korah Wiley Ethel Hare jew Jel Gist Ruth Smith and messes. West Ley Brown Harry Wilton Ben Forker Wilford Forker Earl Harris Arthur Gardiner Reginald and Lorraine Stoner Leslie King and Joe Smith. Agents for Stetson s hate and Hansen a r. R. Gloves. Sweet Orr amp co. Clothing and harm ten Brown shoes. Wjt a a for Friday and saturday Only 4. Free gent s furnishing goods free. Your Choice of any 50c tie with All men s hats Selling at $2.50 to $3.50. Free a Tine White Ltd fancy $1.50 Vest with ii Jig at $10 to $13.50. A Fine White or fancy $2.50 Selling tit $14 to $22.50. Men s suits sell St with till suits with All copyright 1906-07 by aka. Kaufman a Bra Chicago free a pair of 50c Union made suspenders Selling tit 412.50 to $3.50. A pair 50c suspenders and a tie with trousers Selling at $4 to $0. T routers Nice 35c free your Choice of Beautiful China or Cut Glass Berry set to everyone opening a new account of $10.00 or Der. Sin free a new style Hoys is Selling at $2.00 to $2.50. Free a pair of Gold plat or girls 50e Straw or crash hat with a pair of boys or girls cuff buttons with every Barbers font Yelling tit $1.25 $1.50. Free a sox with till mens pair of Plain Black or split foot Shaw knit 2�?~ hoes Selling at $2 to $2.50. Riders3 to $5 1 two 5 our Cholee of a 50c shirt a pair of Stirp for 25c sox with every pair of shoes Selling tit free a pair of ladies Black White or Tan 25t with till ladies oxfords Selling tit $1.50 to $2.25. A Tail of ladies Black White or Tan 50c a ladies oxfords Selling at $2.50 to $3.50. Free a very pretty fancy or Plain coloured misses parasol with every skirt Selling at $4.50 to $6.00. A swell made in All leathers and styles. This is one Hose wit la Price agents for Royal Worcester corsets �?Tqlcete6k agents for the Best r. R. Gloves and Crasher hats Mccann a a a signs. Paints i Bakersfield grocery company 17151717 nineteenth St. Ladies Aid social much enjoyed. Meredith first class Rooming House mrs. Jacob Gogel. 737 Macau sitar St., Between Octavia and Gough. San Francisco Cal. C the indies Aid society meeting held yesterday afternoon at the hone of mrs. F. S. Rice was an enjoyable at Southern from Sacramento one and was attended by a Large num notes and personals. Mrs. S. S. Miller and baby arrived in Bakersfield for a months visit with relatives. Mrs. Miller was miss Sarah Rehfield of this City before her marriage. Lawrence Chenoweth is registered 4 a Good things to our solicitor will Call on you in a Day or two. A. A. A. A. A. A. A 4 4 Ber of the ladies of the first methodist Church and their friends. A pleasing j program was Given Ami the afternoon a was spent in conversation and Light refreshments were served. The Fob lowing participated in the program mrs. O. P. Dunbar gave several readings mrs. Jaynes of Vermont played a piano Solo mrs. Gee. La. Taylor vocal Solo miss Viola Garard recitation mrs. Scott vocal Solo mrs. Kilburne piano Solo miss Bertram Duncan piano Solo. Phose main 1090 a. Rimmer sanitary plumber tinning and Gas fitting jobbing a specially All work guaranteed 1717 Chester Avenue Bakersfield Cal. E a of t e r a a t in e a 8 t e r h a t 8 e a 8 t e r h a t 8 e a 8 t e r h a t 8 e a 8 t e r h a t 8 mrs. C. P. Badger the Milliner 707 k St., Kern. Master Gerald duty has birthday party the Home or or. And mrs. Joe duty at 828 Chester Avenue was the scene of a pleasant gathering of Little ones on thursday afternoon the occasion being the Celebration of master Gerald duty s sixth birthday. The hours were delightfully spent in games and Bountiful refreshment made glad the hearts of the Little ones. Those who enjoyed the afternoon were Elizabeth Wilmot Richard Appleton Frankie Appleton. Juan to Shoemaker Erwin Wilmot Frances Wallen. Irene Wallen Silas Wallen Leonard Wallen. Or results advertise the cosmopolitan James e. Knapp formerly of Tehachapi is in Bakersfield today from san Francisco. He was married two Days ago and mrs. Knapp is accompanying him on the visit. Or. J. S. Weiser manager of the Weiser optical co. Of 103 31 Street Fresno w ill be in Bakersfield one 4 week commencing monday March 2f>. 4 he will make his Headquarters at the 14. New Southern hotel and will examine a. Eyes free of charge. Of mrs. Stella Brown and sister miss Josephine Dunlap have purchased the Ber grand lodging House in Ian a Angeles on South grand Avenue. Mrs. Brown will leave tomorrow evening her sister will join her later. i Book binary a j r. F. Gregory i 2020 i Street \ Between 20th and 21 tit Quot 1 magazines Bonn old booms re i revered. A full Stool of a1 e i kinds of a Par. Cards in a a a slope etc., always on Kaad. X i to kinds of rating done. Herrera a Wilson props. Fine wines liquors and cigars. Everything first class. Phone main 218. 123419th 8t i 1 a a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4> 4> 4> 4�?~ 4> 4> 4� 4 v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 e. H. White Rea estate insurance conveyancing notary Public insurance that insures the old reliable a a Royal and a a Queen insurance companies. A Dollar for dollars Campania with a dollars Money to loan on Good Security. 1h22 Chester Avenue. Phone main 4. 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4> 4�. 4. A or a 4 a 4 a 4� a a a it a a it t no tiresome waiting for change. Our Way when shopping. Carry in your purse one of our Little Handy Cheek Hooks and foot the Hill with an order on us to pay the proper amount. Besides you la have a recorded receipt for your expenditures. Every facility Here for ladies to do Titer Bank big. 1 4% interest allowed. First Bank of Kern

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