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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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!at Pins made out o! Real Roses I Real Rose Hat Pins It dOM not teem powlble. yet It Is trae, that these Hat Pin* are nude out of live ro*es,tnd changed Into metml by • secret process. Thi« dlicovery U without doobt one of the lott ut* of the indent Egyptian*. They tre the mo«t beautiful of ell Hat Pin*. No two an alike. Made in flnlshea to conform to the prevailing fashions hi millinery. Six slMS V> $3.00 $3.75 $4.50 Everybody is talking about them. Dot'i fall to come Jn and Met hem. Thesoare the genuine DBLAMOTHB Red ROM HatPina. MAIL CP.DEP: American Je-wriry Co Sclcr^rn £. L-.V;. 14"o Nliivlt-••!,;!! Si. Y'jur Home Should Be insured 'I'hf time to take out a policy is riylit now. Von have no guarantee thjit your house* won't lie !i ,r!ie..l toniijht. Ii' you have an insurance your ]im*i will be minify '•:!• '••~h '•> start over a'_N'in. Bake,rsf ie'd Abstract Company. GEO. HAY. Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. Kern City MOTES AND PERSONALS. Good Play for Tomorrow Night 1 Notes and Personals N. Bishop of Fowl-T Is here visit in; A. .!. Kaust. I). I!. Kiinl i i lin Is licit- from Ui-rUi • ley Hli .! till,; ' ,taV. Dr. K. H. He, •! lias M-ninu"! from ;> tri'.i t" I.os .Air ••!(•*. | The > i sentiiii; ' 'I ic.irl." whi i ( veiling, ; itlon in a T. P T-vlori 0 "'" 1 '* '.-::' ',' Conipa'"-' in ere- in-e. the flu- a:.,- tlie i!! },•• |i|-o.-;iii i •! at tli>' i-a i imi-,- i.-til''] row S IIS tiKIt tills p'.Vll-K 1 K t depai-tni'- from ail v.- !>t i r, C. A. \e\\ir.' I'h"iie Main move 1 from 711 K tn .<ir. ami Mrs. K. E. Tyler and two cliil Ivi'ii returned yesterday Matillya Sprlnns. H. O. Harrow of UK that i this city. "The Time, the 1'ince and the Girl" was take:] irom an actual tit currcn: o, tlie scenes helng reproduced from photographs arouiid which the story was " I'.eil SllO'.M Side lasi nis; T. S. Smi 1 man. c.'im ur.cher of Producers e in from the vio'.lr,. i'unk tf \Vet-t written. ".lohnny Hicks," a slangy. | | ness ( r |p , tlie air compressm \., irom a business ni;>! to Coalinga l.iM evening. Frank (Irahain is In town on n bus- Otlll'' II. .1. (irepiilun, extra passenger In-akeiiian, came up from Los Angeles tills morning. good-natured and honorable young resident (.)i"ln- 8 amlj lPr, is away from the old Rtere- otyped stage character, very original ami refined, and above all, highly- pleasing. Molly Kelly, the trained i-nt south tills; afternoon. nurse; Pledro, the NEW FALL SUtTS AT ARDIZZ 1 i Willie, the spoiled organ child, grinder; & OLCE8E CO. Chas. Green, chief clerk for Superintendent Worthington, wont to San Francisco this morning on a short business trip and during his absence Bob Peckham will act in his capacity. Master Mechanic ,1. Shelaberger went to Los Angeles last night on No. S. Chas. Barnes of Mojavo arrived in town this morning on No. 7. Mrs. W. A. Stafford has returned from Los Angeles where she has been ill in a sanatorium for the past two months. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, and up, at Ardizzi-Olcese Co., de partment store. Coal Heaver hold up the comedy end of the play. The chorus comes from the LnSalle school, long noted for its "Broilers," and having a reputation of being the greatest training school for chorus girls in America. The cast In Its entirety has been carefully selected, the equipment Is complete In every d-.-tai:, the stag being stripped of everything before the arrival of the con-riiiiy to make room for the massive scenic effects. One of the most beautiful pictures ever witnessed is that used In the second act; forty young ladies so arranged and grouped as to reproduce a large American flag, covering the entire stage. Mr. Young sings ir ! "Thursday's My Jonah Day" and since " Del Hamiri /. v.-::; Vte?p his place, j 1916 L street, open all day and all i night circus day, Saturday, Sept. 19th. td Alfred Ashton, a relative of Mrs. - . James McKamy, has arrived here and tne| from the Philippines, wn ere he was a Mrs. .1. C. Turner left yesterday for j the days of "After the Ball" nothing Tulare to attend the fair. jhns ever equalled this song hit. Cleo. K( una left this 11101 nin:; tin No. "Texas." :,:; for San I'r.uicis.-.u to reside. A more pleasing bill for presents•Judge A. \V. Marlon and wife re-jtion at the Bawkersfield Opera Ho;i.-=t turned yesterday from a month's stay I on Sunday next could scarcely be iti l.oni: Beach. chosen than the clever comedy drama Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spatcb and son I "Texas" by J. Mauldin Felgl. Theater returned from Matili.ja | goers in the east, by applause and en- jthusJasm, have put a strong stamp ot 'approval upon the play and Its season in the west is bound to be successful A decidedly pleasant little feature of Ice for sale at 'Will taker's fruit store at regu.H;- prices. tf Mrs C. \V. Craig and grand son Allen Craig, returned yesterday on the :'.l'enionn train from Santa Monica, \vhetv the latter has been reeuiierat- oldler for Vnclw Sam, Dr. Long (nomoepath) Physician and Surgeon, electrical and X Ray traetment. Phone Main 144; Hopkins building. U The ladies of the Congregational Aid Society of Kern will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Sears on Q street. Mr. Wm. J. Bryan may be heard to speak on the issues of the day at Niederaur's Furniture Store, 1408 19th street. Come in and near him \V. H. C.raliam is here from Fresno. Jack Qoar ame in from the West Side, oil fields last evening. Dr. Rosa Fehrensec, licensed optic Ian; office Morrow-Klmball drug stora CLOAK AND SLIT COMPANY We are now open for IDUM- l ness y.'itli a complete lino of Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Petticoats, Furs and Millinery. Also a full line of Childrens goods. At prices | suited to everybody. j j COME VISIT US—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave. at 20th St. Eyes examined free. tf Miss Marie Medina of Salida, Stanislaus county. Is visiting with her brother, \V. A., and Mrs. Mcliinn. H. B. Giithrie, the Los Angeles oil nan, went to Coalinga this morning. E. J. Miley, the McKittvick, operator, came to town last evening. T. S. Smith, the air compressor man, was In town last evening. REGISTER. REGISTER! Thp marshal's office will be open until ft p. m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 21st, 22d and 23d. | All those who have not registered had better get busy 40 C. P. BADGER, Marshal. C. L. Burgess is Angele*. from DELONF.UHA HuT UFP.INGS. Most remarl;alJlf mineral n Callfornln. An ansoiute cure tor RHEUMATISM Forty-five miles from B:\Kersfleld In 81«rra Nevada Mountains. Fine «uru mer climate. Good accommodations Terms reasonable. Stage leaves Bale- •rsfleld Thursday mornlnj-'R between t and 9 o'clock from Arlington and Occidental hotels, and from Metropole In Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- areas, BARBEAU & ROQUETTE. if Proprietors DEMOCRAT SPRINGS. Democrat Springs siage *T1) Arlington Hotel every WednesiSw* morning. The baths are unexc«5$wi9 for rheumatism anil kidney- trowtoto by any and all skin diseases. T*tu opty hot mud baths In Knrn Cotmtr, Hotel largest and best. nrcomodaUiKiA of any resort in Kern County- 5P" ~ camping grounds and plan*? shade. R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakersfief* IK'the clever work of Frank Conway, who enacts in a forceful , manner the hero cowboy. His work i IIIK after his IOIIK illness. He lias imxv i is characterized by an ease and grace | fully regained bis strength and as | llot usually found'among his set, and . Paul Lorent/.t-ii, i'o,\(lmaste ! not only is heg ntle and loving in his Te-i little flirtation with Texas West, but haehapl, IK in town and is registered ! he rises strong and forceful in the at the Metropolf. I climaxes and at all times commands .Mrs. \V. S. Glines of Selma is vU-ii-]the close attention of his audience, ing Mrs. Clarence Ballagh at her home | Love and "The Man of the Hour." on M street. Miss IJllie Rlley has returned from her vacation spent in Oakland. San Francisco and Secramento. ! Superintendent I'latt of the Los An- division, passed through Kern this morning on No. [ c,.r, "Miratlores." in his private O. H. Tet/laff of McKittrick i.t the Metropole Hotel. is a Every woman will love this play! She will love every character in it, even to the men who are not as good as some of the others, and she will love every word they speak. And, •why? Because the men in tf.e play talk like the husbands, brothers, fathers, sons and sweethearts of real lile: because the women In the play are TEA Is there a better way to keep the family longer at table, to keep it together? Yoot iroctr returns TOUT mnrry II you don'l 't Brst: w« ru>» Inn ,,,,„, , _ ... | like the women we like to have 'round (. f,. Donley of Fresno is in town (U8 Rf homfl . becaHSP wnat the y al> ""^il ?T' • , j- „ , n say. the men and women of 'The Man The latest in ladies collars, DOC, O f the Hour' is the speech of human ! and up, at Ardizzi-Olcese depart| ment store. | tieo. Verdier j Stockton, where be will I few days and from there S.-m F'vancisco. whore a v:,:tin'j: tor him. tf left this niornins for beinpp, and sounds like what we hear every day at home and in the street. In short, "The Man of the visit for a Hour" is bound to succeed wherever lie goes to It is aeied in tlie United States deposition is'cause it show; American nun avl | women of ail classes as they rea.ly i':,:-:."! 1 ]! it-rett c.II:H- in ( 'rom Mari-'are." | 1-1 last tiis-'ht and returned a.ualri The foregoing was written by Amy I ;i< miirnin^. ' Losli.j, the famous'dramttic crl'ic of | NEW FALL SUITS ft",' ARDIZZI ! the Chiago Daily News, in her paper; £. CLCESE CO. •: '.V. I'.aiiw ol Los Angidcs has as s'tonographfr in "Tlu Monday, May K!, UK.7. tnc following the Chicago production SANTA CRUZ :e niasi'-r nn'cbaiiic's office. Mr. Mi'! Mrs. (!. W. I'f(-mo left this iornirii; tor Tulare, whore oinu to attend the fair. CALIFORNIA «•« "Th« WorU 8 Most P',->ygrc;j-' ; " n: 1 ' •• ". !.;ii. i :..- e-ti.'- • - • • "lie :.:i.-«jtiK B!i^ Tit-es. .scenic Mountiiius. tin f Bathing K<I- perli. L.'i'^'f'. and lufjst mag- niRcetit Casino and Natator'uin. Cllmatf witJxi'.it an tqual. "NEV-.R A DULL MOMENT BORN. YOrN'fi— In Kern. Sept. 22, 100S, to Mr. and Mrs. (jco. Younn. a son. Man of the Hour." It the most striking tribute of pre- ever paid to a play of American life written by an American author. And this is the play, "The Man of flip Hour," by George Broadhurst. which is to he acted for the first time here next Tuesday night, in the Hakersfield Opera House by William E. H. WHITE Real Estate Insurance Notary Public. Publisher "Daily Report" Kern County RppoHs. Money to loan on good Security Sole Agent Royal Insurance Company, a "Dollar for Dollar Company, with "D>1- lars left." 1803 Chester Avenue Phone Main 905 MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission I0a No Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES ANt> ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "A Comedy in Black and White" "A Dozen Fresh Eggs" Special Feature— "A GAMBLER'S FATE" "Headdress in Brittany." "Two Models" "Lndy Killer Foiled" "Army Dogs" SCNGS—"Would Ycu Miss Me" by Request "Sweet Duch of Daisies" Entire ehanire of Program Monday and Thursday nights. A surprise for our patrons every week. Matinee Saturday ami Sundav. NEW ENTERPRISE. .'.' !':»• ^tore, "11 I street. Kern, I • -.• :,; iv'tirm the ptihllc of Kern and -••; TO-::I !inp country that I have add•" i:.y uusiness a good line of . • n's (ire-PR and working shoes, cordu- • •• suits, khaki pants, and a nice line (.1 the Continental Jewelry Company's (Cleveland, Ohio) jewelry, consisting of rfnp? for ladles and gentlemen, Er-.rf and hreast pins, belt buckles, •uff and collar huttons, and will sell to introduce these goods this week at manufacturer's price. Your patronage A. Brady and Joseph special company. R. Grismer's WELL MANAGED AND I."I:TZD. The Fir-:1 V.:\ •;'.'. • -v-rn is a institution, ll • I'uuui^ed and (!i"> •:• . y • :i oi' 1ms- tiesi! ' •-;.• :'.•••• •• ••• :'::a!ie : al affair. Account:-'. >• ' ,' '.:>' invited. (Y.'iital. ,*riil.u()(i.(ifi. solicited. Kern. Clar's Store, 711 I street, Capital $jO,OCO.OO. C. J. Plans, president. Arth'T 3. C tes, Cashier. Hear Bryan Speak Wouldn't you like to hear the Democratic candidate himself tell you just what his views are on the trusts, the tariff, labor and other important questions of the day? lie does just that on the Victor f unit- in and hear him. TaH Records to arrive soon fci PHILIP W. n NiEDERAUK FURNITURE 1408-10 Nineteenth Street, Telephone Main 173, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds. t Charity T. and Anna M. Coffee and i Mrs. W. E. Staley to Fred C. Venator, $ld: 5-12 interest lots 30, "1 and 32, block r.ll!C, Bakersflelil: north half of northwest quarter section 2. 30-27, except 14.33 acres, and personal property thereon. Frank Lee to Alex S. Kramer, $1"; lots 0, r, and 7, hlock 89, Delano. Daisy E and Prank Alberts to E. H. Foster and F, R. Hill, $10; southwest quarter section 30, 32-31. R. .1. and 0. White to T. E. Klipstein and K. E. Tnpman, $1<>; 2-S interest all sections 8, 10, IS, 2'', 22, north half and southwest quarter sec- tlon 24, all sections 2S, 32, :'.4, east half section 3d, 3U-23; all sections U'i, 211, 28, 34, northeast quarter section 22, 311-24; all sctlon 14, east hall, northwest quarter section 3n, southeast quarter, north half section ;>2. north half s«-ct!nn 31. 31-23; north half section S, al setcions 14 and -'i', 34, northeast quarter section 20, 3124; .south half, northwest quarter ttt- tlon C. 31-25. H. J. White to K. E. Tupman, $10; HOUthwest quarter section 32, 31-23, all section 4. :;2-23. ,1. H. Ua(ou to T. K. KllpftPin, $!'•: same property. Elizabeth O. Seal to Allen Osment. $135; part lot t;, block K, Kernvllle. Union Cemetery Association to Mrs C, J. Kaaz, $1; lots 3 to 8. !•!"'•!; 202 Union Cemetery. . Same n K. M. llarlinK, $1; lot ::.. block (171, Union Cemetery. | Same to Mrs. E A. Heanishy, f 1 . ( lots 5 to 8. block !>!'. Union Cemetery Amaranth l,aiid C'im|.any to I'c'.i r ^ Mueller, $1"; 'as; half iot 2'." 1 , Kour'!:j Home Extension colony. ; Had)--!?. V(.ur wil'f a un ; "' 'i,ok? . Ni-W('(|- We]!, just IK-WCI-II oill ! sclv<-!! I must con!'(-ss that what >.!ie; calls ••Jloatini.' Isian-i" 1 a'ways fet-1 i like ciillinc "diMnal -wami. Kaii'-'fi- . City Time.-;, J H. C. HARNESS ; With J. W. BrocKman | Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtep Hlocl Phone Main 232 Bakersneld, Ca), KORNS? A serious subject invites your attention and is constantly reminding yon of itself. KORNKEWR will put an end to Korns. It is guaranteed. Try it, and if it fails—as it will not —come to our store and get your Money Back, 25c the bottle. BAKERS FIELD OPERA HOUSE • OUT. 0. BARTON, N«n«4<r Coolest Place in To<wn Thursday, Sept. 24 T The Whirlwind Girly Show HE WITH John F. Young IME 12 50 Songs *n THE 1000 Girls 1 LACE Laughs Of Drug Stores Bakersfield's Finest 463 Times In Chicago G AND THE IRL "Snappiest, quickett, liveliest, clean- . A i n -J est musical show seen In years."— Los Angeles Paid Los Angeles Times. ^ "One sparkling iunbeam."—I-os An- $H»163 to See it ,r.]e8 Examiner. . Week "Always entertaining."—Ix>8 Ange- T»«BI». let; Herald. SEATS NOW ON SALE. Prices, 50c to $1.50 Sunday, September 27th The First Time Here of the Romantic Comedy Drama By J. MAULDIN FEl'GH "TEXAS" Pictures.|ii.-iy Stayed ami 1'layed by the Original New York <.'••>. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 SEATS NOW ON SALE.

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