The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 4, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, November 4, 1908
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Wait For Geelan's Millinery OPENING Our Motto, Quality Style, and Moderate Prices. 1329 19th St. UNL" EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY. When you make up your mind to buy a new fall suit, at tke same time decide o n buying it at Hochheimer's— carry clothes nl' the superior sort at prices that are within reach of every man's pocketbook. For men who want t<i dress well at moderate we have itylish fall sims—of fine materials nicely tailored by America's best tailors. When you buy a suit, see that it pleases you in every respect—then you will enjoy wearing Our assortortment is so large that you're al•s successful in finding the color, the material and the style you want. A well dressed, neat and satified feeling is an asset of every suit bought at Hochheimer's. If you 're ready for that new fall suit, come in and let us show yon the swell est clothes in Bakersfield. Prices ran ge from $10 to $30. Known the world over as the greatest piano. A, B. Chase Emergori, Estey, Kurtzmann, Sterling and others. Also Plaver Pianos. ' Largest stock of fine pianos constantly on hand ever seen ja BakersfielU, Low Prices, " Easy Terms, Free Demonstration of the Heinz, 57 Varieties in Our Grocery Department. Free Souyenir to Each Visitor SKATING DREAMLAND RINK Cor. G and 19th. Street ST. AGNES GUILD TO HOLD A CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL TO WED THIS EVENING Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 p. m. to 5:30_p.jn. 7^30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EIGHTS LADIES^ NIGHTS Music by Prof. Carriere's Orchestra The young ladies of St. Agnes the many events planned for the holi- Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal Church j day season. A king and queen of the carnival will be elected by a popular voting contest, which begins immediately. i In addition to receiving the honor of ruling over the pleasant affair, the •royal pair will receive two handsome presents. The queen will be awarded a beautiful silver purse, the gift of Baer JJrog., ;nid die kiug, a pair of silver military brushes from the Wk-k- will hold a Christmas carnival In Ar-1 mory hall December 28 and 29 and i have already begun their labors to make it om> of the most delightful of • Rev. M'Knight I/If ill Return Hev. It. E. McKnight, several years | ago pastor of the Christian Church ol j this city, returns the latter part O f (M( , ersham Jewelry Company. The voting ! for ( ]ueeu will take place at Baer's i drug store, while at Hughes' the ad- ' mirers of the handsome young men . j Tonight at 8 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and (Mrs. James McKamy, at 2124 E street, i Miss Frances Qagne and Mr. L. P. j Keester will be married by Father I Frund of St. Francis Church. The i bride will be attended by Miss Lena j Fngitt and Mr, Mel Smith is the ] groom's best man. Miss Mabel Kees- I ter will preside at the organ. An im! promptu reception, during which a i light supper will be served, will fol- i low the ceremony, after which the bridal couple will depart for the south on a honeymoon trip. They will return to make their home here. Both A. 0. U. W. HALL Special Professional Visit of New York Physicians and Surgeons tute of N'ew Y anil A ni fnsti- ~ YOU ARE SICK COME TO US -\Ve huve cured thousands cm cure you. The many cures made by our experts since arrival in UaK-r>n.-i,l 1m.-, 1 ..... 11 the talk of i he town. Many i>* f;iven up ;is are (.11 the rapid road to recovery :. :• our up to .!;<.(. • ire.-n ;j;.-n'. In comitiK to us \uu hav- Hie ^une advantages of New York or oilier large cities minus itie cost of THIS WEEK ONLY We give free consultation, examination : .,nd advice. at once—TODAY. in So come We will lu- jrl vor to us as we nilirig. ul to have you call aiul consider it a fa- are to meet everv one \vho is Electro-Medical and Surgical Institute. Grand Hotel Bakersfleld Rooms 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. Office now open. 10-1, 2-5, 7-9, and by appointments. week to re-occupy the pulpit until th> Ill's! of tin* year, when oilier an'an;.'e ments will be made. Since leaving uaKersfk-M Rev. Me- Knight was settled in San Francisco, and later at Oilroy, where he now is He has arranged to he absent from -- -- ---- — • there for two months. Since the de- noons wl!1 be devoted to a baby show 'oTl/1 t V ** ^ t V. ^ ~ + f, — f\- ..• ^ ^uuiig uit^u : I who will undoubtedly be placed in the ' yo " ng P c °P J e are well HDOTWI in Bak- ersfleld and have a large cfr> — parture of ffev. Ogburn, the pulpit of the Christian Church has been unfilled. running by their young lady friends, erstleltl an<1 have a lar S e ^cTMe of will sec-tire ballots." - ', friends. The young indies will have on sale ^ liss Mabel Keester of Missouri and many good things to eat both after- ^' r - Bert Keester of Merced are here ternoons and on toil, ,i ay s there will i for the wedding as are Mrs. Charles be games a-plenty for the amusement O'Danlols of Goldneld, Mrs. John Cadrett of Modesto, Mrs. W. H. Coons of Maricopa and Charles Gagne of Tono pah. of the little folks. One of the after- and the other to a Christmas tree | party. In the evening there will be dancing. NOTES AND PERSONALS. of Youngstown, visiting Mrs. R. night, for Los i milliner, room j Miss Sadie hot i'i Ohio, who bus been K. Simpson, left last Angeles. .Miss Daisy To Id. UK -1, CJrand hotel. Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. C.uiiroyle have returned from a week's visit with relatives In Fresno. M r . (iullfoyle's health Is much Improved, AH classes of harness, saddles whips, robes, blankets buggies and everything belonging to the harness ana saddle trade ar e o n Bale at the bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. £ H. A. Jiifllro goes to San Francisco tonlslit on a short business trip. C. S. Young, the oil man, was up from Los AnKi'les t o cast his ballot yesterday. i SEE ABOUT IT. ! P. Hice, represent at live <>r the ! set Realty Company, will be at j Southern Thursday,' Friday ;m-i ! urUay of this week and v.'i'l -Vv. | information about In ac:-. « , ; ; {.,,. j sale at ?25 per acre as per • ! , ] Sum-et Realty Co:-.:p:inv .1 silled page of this paper. [ W OW •***• ™ • SOCI4L 7:3O A.O.U.W. HALL MONPAY %L Jrm ""••'••" | * **«*^»*.'-'^«fa»**ui»«''W..<.»...* Leather The Latest Conceits in this Serviceable Material. BRING YOUR HOBO FRIENDS HOBO REFRESHMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT You would hardly believe that such beautiful things could be made of leather as we are now showing. The following eoods can be found here In variety. No better gift could he thought of than something from this line. Ladles' Handbaas in Alligator, Seal, etc., etc., Pocket Books, Purs*», Cigar Cases, Card Cases. Bill and Letter Books, Wrist Bags. Prices are most reasonable on everything Come in r.nd let us show yon the good. 1 . See our Window. tHE KODAK STORE. '. A, HUGHES The Leading Prescription Druggist Phones Main 64 and 74. Reception for New Pastor 'iiej An Informal reception will bo ten-} lerod Rev. A. L. Paul, tho new pastor i of the Methodist church South tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. P. Davis, 2119 K street. Church people and their friends and the local and visiting clergy are invited to attend. A short musical pro- pram will be rendered. Miss Glonnim Ball will give nn instrumental selection and Miss Jane Barber, two solos, The* will also be a reading hy Mrs. B. F. Simcoe. Sunday Night Nov. 8th Bolender to Be Arrested As a result of the "unpleasantness" m the third pr(?f .|, lc . t y(?ster(laYi lu which diaries Bustlllos and J. E. Bolender ;o< k,,j i lornS( lt was aimoimce(1 this afternoon that Molender Is to ba arrest.-,! for violating (he election law l>.v electioneering wiihln 100 feet o! i the polls. U Is stated that Kd Willow, a mem- 1'er of the election board, will sweat to the complaint. H is asserted that Bolender in numerous Instances accosted voters as to their ballots, and the Willow complaint will be made on that basis. The New Store Our Angelica and Muscatel Wines ! are very popular now. You remembor-.we had such a successful run on them at the Pair—everybody who sampled it liked it, and many have bought since. If you like sweet wines, try Borne of these fine. AiiKc'llea's and MuscatfilH—they're splendid quality—superior, we think, to any wines you have ever bought at the prices we're asking. •* Fred GuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooma 1511 ISth street. No bar attached. Phone Main 99.

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