The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 31, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 31, 1908
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Formal Grand Opening. ^^ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2d AT H AMILTON'S PHONE 2000 CHESTER AVENUE COR. OF 20th STREET HIGH-CLASS SUITS THE LATEST MODELS The very latest and most attractive styles are here awaiting your most exacting tastes—all full of merit and originality. We show tailored garments in many varied styles, including the new hipless and waistless ideas. The clinging skirts, the new shapings, and all the popular different length coats. Here you'll find those partiular distinctive styles so much sought after by style loving women. The modified prince chaps. The semi- fitting models, the swagger mannish mixtures and stripes, handsome broadcloths and the smart slim tailored models together with the pretty tailored and fancy dresses arc shown here in a tasty exhibit. Fine Tailored Suits— Beautiful Dresses, / Exclusive Millinery Creations And Wearing Apparel of all Kinds The' Season's Most Important Event -• A Gorgeous Showing of The Most Fascinating Autumn Styles For Monday, November 2d we announce our formal grand opening. ' Our first complete exhibit of fashionable and absolutely authoritative women's outer apparel and distinctively beautiful millinery creations. < All women who- admire real merit and distinctive modes will find our display intensively interesting. The very cleveret and finest productions by America's foremost designers— embodying nearly 'every style of merit, including ( the new directoire models and modifications. Our display is emphasized by refinement, individuality and exclusiveness— the equal of the very best metropolitan stores. We Cordially Invite You to Jbe Here Monday RICH M1LUNERY EXCLUSIVEISTYtES Good headwcar is important in the up-building of a woman's general appearance. Its correctness or incorrectness is the deciding point in the perfectness and harmony of her attire. Correctness in style, superior quality and workmanship is embodied in both our tailored and pattern hats. We show the very latest and most down-to- date creations—the prettiest eastern styles- copies of European models together with our own special creations. It is impossible to justly describe their attractiveness and general merit in print, as there is a jiiuntiness, beeomingness and color blending ns it rests on your bead that cannot be appreciated other than in trying them on. lie with us Monday, its nur reception day. I Kern City) NOTES AND PERSONALS. if Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Long of Fresno arrived on No. 7 this morning from a trip to Missouri and spent the greater part of the day with the hit- ler's sif!"r, Mrs. A. W. Marion, re to Fi-e.-Mio on No. 107. Mr. and Mis. Cl,-i~. A. Handsel] and rhiHre'i have returned from C'-ilnvevis where tip y wi-nt. to have their lltlle gi)'!V eve> treitod, and r.-port tin ill t(i i e vt ! v ti> Ut 1 !; i :l: pn ,Ved. Mr. 'iiTi Mrs. O. Harrow and child- i li |i-c iv.urne.l fro:;', Tucson. • • Mr. Harrow has been attending avi-Mlon of signal supervisors. '.'.. Owen relumed this rnonriir- I'r-.iu Los Angeles. . i.-.rry Douglas has resigned his. po- MI] ai with ihe Associated Sunply C" ni: ! expect.- lo le.iVe soon fur i'.i.t I; 1 !! \ Oregon. Frank A. Hill left yestoi"!a> ! : I'ti-'i. "•• M ' - :i ! will take a po-dtinn nr You can get a lot in any part of Kern. You have 2000 to pick from. Terms easy. Pricos $.°,5 to $3.50 A. .). Woody, Mli liakor street. tf The S. P. yard limit has been extend;-.! to Oil Junction. J. J. Kejth, a drug clerk in the Kern I.):u4 store, left on the noon train "i : ••- lor Santa Ana for a, few days' .... lot in Kern. Two thousand to i, . '.ri.-.u. You can't miss getting wl'.. ' yo.i wan:. Terms easy, prices : .i. ' A. I. Woody, SK! Baker St. tf W.'W. Moon has returned from P«r- . . MI. Y.-In•!•.•: he has been visiting I Frank Will:; of Madera is the guesl » ! in, A. .1. Woody. i - ,,. 'n !O!H in Kern City for . . : • 'l-'rice.-i Irom $:'>•"> to P">i>. Terms j.-.i.-v. A. .I. Woody, SIC, Baker st. tf I -\ssitsaut Superintendent Dodtis and | To; i sp.r.'-h Aent 10 Oil City today to !i.ok over the yards. . Ir.-.. J. A. Copper went south yesterday on No. 108. Mi-i< llallie Hoilll of Los Angeles is ::-,,'. J;IKM of Mrs. Tom Hpalcli on N V' I Finnan leaves tonight for Los Xim'eies to .spend Sunday with hU '.<•'• and Mrs. Forrest Cassidy \vcro ".''.m Conner's last evening. MRS. P. S. SOLLIS WAS THE HOSTESS. B2SSS emblems lo the WHS she nice l.K I" her , and what Philip. W. Nlederaur The te Of Good furniture Dress Up Your Home (let something for the dining room that adds to (lie appearance of the home. A CHINA CLOSET, A BUFFET, A DINING TABLE or a set of nice diners. \Ve have ju-4 what yon need. The One Price Store 1408-10 19th Street Phone Main 173 Mrs. P. S. Sollis entertained the Lady Maccabees of Kern Hive No. <JC and their friends yesterday afternoon Irom I' to o at her home on Kern street. The entertainment was for the benefit of the emergency fund and each guest was supposed to bring ttn cents lor the fund and an extra one cent a- rujr.fsitd by the iujcless. Judging from former experiences ot the resources of Lady Sollis the ladles were quite sure that their hottess was planning a surprise for them, and '.;.•termined to turn the tables on her. Accordingly they all met at Lady- Johnson's, dunned ghostly costumes consisting of sheets, tall black witch caps, black masks and red bows, the red, white and black being of the order, and marched Sollis residi m e in a body. In re spouse to their loud rap at tin- door 1 Lady Sollis greeted them chut in ghostly costume, but so biirpiisid : slit at the sight before her ilia; Islood speei iiless, lorgettitig the 'little speech she had taken ?u In. i prepare, but she finally found voice and Invited the ladles In they in turn were surprise,] al they saw. The double parlors were in darkness, save lor the niiu;i.rous lights glowing from immense pump- ( kins, and what at first sight Denied] numberless small ones, but which i proved to be oranges cut to n prcntnt ' Jack-o'-lanterns, and the uiljli.- |ire-| senttd a very prety sight. Mrs. Sollis was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. ; Johnson, and after the ten i entu had ; been collected from each one, the guests were shown into another room where a C.ypsy tent had been fined up and was presided over by '- il " e °l )al Sollis and Creta Shlvely, dre^ed as Gypseys. Each lady placed a penny in a large pumpkin and in return were allowed to draw their fortune, which was written o u a heart shaped lavor, and the lucky lady drew the prize, which was In an envelope containing her eleven cents, and this prize tell to Lady Lewis. Dainty refreshments were served, which were in keeping with the season, and all departed well i pleased with their afternoon's enter talnment, voting Mrs. Sollis hostess. Among these present were K Blair, Mrs. L. Semorii O'Toole, Mr.-. W. M. Lcwi'- Curt/.wei'er, Mrs. O. F. Sue K K. .Inhnson, Mrs. C. 1'. Hi" (',! A. Wa:-!o. Mrs. (!. L. Hot-; Milan, Mrs. A. I"). I'ark, Mr-, man, Mrs. Mnore, Mrs. Natl Uartram, Mrs. Roland, Mr- Mrs W. K. Hope, Mrs. G. \\ Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. T. Spati-h S, llotien, Mrs. 10. Tyler, Mrs. G. A. Whltaker, Mrs. A. Caldwell, Mrs. Fred Voll, Mrs. M. Ferguson, Mrs. I. Urow- er, Mrs. ft. Carper. yaa&XfBGB&a^^ Kern City SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS STOLEN FROM WAGON Last night about. 7 o'clock Fred Wat kins, the well known* Keni peddler, had $75 stolen from out of his wagon. He had slopped at the drecniield ranch, about twelve miles south of lown and while he was eatiu;.', Ills supper somi 1 one helped himself to the upper drawer out of his wa^ou. containing $7f, and several pairs of shoes and other dry goods. As soon as i he loss was discovered a search made of the premises and the drawer containing the shoes and dry Rood was found back of the hay about seventy-five feet from thf house, hut the money was missim; The matter was reported to Constabli Sttohl", who is working on the case. IN 1 HE KERN CHURCHES ON SABBATH DAY. St. Barnabas Kpiscopal Church-Holy communion service. S a. in. Sunday school at Hi .•'. m. ICxening service at Ti.'lu p. in. Si. Joseph's Catholic —Mass at 7 a. in. Sunday school at ;i p. in. l'"veii- in.'.; devotions al T:". i p. m. 1'ilnrinis' Congri.' church"! Sunday .school al lo a. m. 1'reachlns j at II a. in., subject, -TarnnM-shlpI With Hod." Preaching at T::'." p. in. .-subject "Who to Vote for." Rev. K'nud- son, pastor. Methodist. Episcopal church— Sunda> school at '.»:•!5 a. in. I'l'i-achlns al 11 a. in. and 7::;o 41. in. Rev. I>:I!M;"I. pasior. J. Owen, nn oil man of San Fro* Cisco, is here on »isiiu:sH. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Humphrey gone to Los Angeles. BENEFIT BALL WAS A GRAND SUCCESS. The benefit ball given by the ladii auxiliary to the 11. of It. T. in Kane's! hall last evening was a very success- j lul mfair. In spite of the numerous: i other attractions the hall was Tilled | dancers ami a most delightful '• evening resulted. The hall presented j a veiy artistic appearance, bavin.; been decorated ill the lodge colors, numberless jock-o-lantenis, while stationed in the different comers were tall black witches with high crowned i hats and bushy brooms in their hands.; The ladles did everything in their pow-; er to make the affair a success and were untiring In their efforts to see that every one present had a good time. Thn appearance of ten mashed ghosts about 10 o'clock caused much merriment and It afterward proved to he ten of the Maccabeo ladles in disguise. The Uummago Sale closed last j.!?',!<'< evening after a very successful week. ' ' "' Successful not noly In receipts, but In the amount of real good done In worthy cases needing help. The committee hi charge, Mrs. F. AV, War- thorst, Mrs. James Ogde n and Mrs. 1C. H. Buss, desire to thank all who have assisted them. Especially would they mention the kindness of the Cal- iforiilan and the generosity and many favors shown by Mr. A. F. Stoner and his employes. C. J. Planz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. Mrs. IO. parly last delighted ris alwayt I!. Harris t;.iv a llnner evening. The puesls were with the eoffee. Mrs. Har- Kolger's floldeii (iat<- whole roast, and grinds it herself. Not too tille, plllveli/.ed coffee is bitter. Granada Hotel Sutler and Hyde Sts., Ssn Francisco. Absolutely Fireproof American plan, $u,"iO for one, $t> for two. Ten Ktorie.-i of solid romfoit. Country trade solicited. YIUR DOUBTS WILL ideal Mis. F. Mrs. J. Mrs. M. I,;. . Mrs. 'i-h. Mrs. v Mrs. J. II. Hoffey, Mr/ :-. Hess, Uriggs. Mrs. F. Mrs. return Daisy TnOrt, the milliner, will to Bakersfleld November 3d. CRUMBLE when you see a suit of clothing or an overcoat that we have cleaned ami pressed if you think we can't make your garments look just like new. our process of cleaning is the acme of ar- tlstlc work on clothing, flue drc^-es. dainty waists and plumes. Our dyeing has all the ilch colorings that comes in the finest goods when at the Pioneer Dye Works. M; dels promptyl attended to. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobien, Proprietor. Offlc*. 161!* Iflth St.. Phone Main 17B Works, 129-133 20th St Phone Main 168 AS YOU GROW OLDER it is such a eoiiit'nrtiililo fool- ine; to renli/e that yon ore eslalilisliiii 1 : strong pi'otec- tion for lit 1 ' fiitm't that you ai ;ich \\vek depositiu^ ji.'ii 1 ! ol your income in tire First Hank <>i' Kern, where it will steadily work to your interest at I lie rate oi! 4% interest. Four per cent intercut paid on time deposits and savings accounts. |> Capital *:>(i.OOO. The Little Racket Store The little store of I/. T. (jodlcy & Co., corner 18th and Chester n venue, is still adding new linen of 5, 10, 15 and 2">i! dry ynods and notion specialties. Our latest will IK^ the IJidiurdson embroidery outfits, which is the most popular einliroidery line ia the world. We invite this ladies to call and inspect a few samples, already received, .loin a Richardson Clu'b Hid learn the heantifnl art ol embroidering. We give 'Special prices on many useiul articles. L. T. QODLEY & 00,

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