The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 20, 1908 · Page 5
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October 20, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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For yourself. For "someone" else. Come early and make your selections from the biggest assortment of fine diamonds to be found in the valley, Amercan JewelryJCo. NOTES AND PERSONALS. | P. T. Torpey is In town from Marl- copa. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. E/ngle were arrivals at the Grand last evening from Granite. Harmer Jonos came in from Midway last evening. Dr. J. S. Weiser, manager of the VVelser Optical Company of Fresno is in Dakerstleld this week and Is at the Southern Hotel. Mrs. Joe Vlasnick and daughter, Miss Katie Vlasnick, have gone to Mobrara, Nebraska, where they will visit relatives. Bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester ayenne and Twentieth street, tf Togo Shlmuni, who has hart charge of the Hakot'stlekl Club, desires to notify the public that ho Is no longer connected therewith and that any accounts owing by him should bu presented to 1820 20th street. 74 Mrs. Walker, a sister ol Sara Amburn, came up from Bakcrsllold Sunday evening after an extended visit Kern City NOTES AND PERSONALS. with another brother, lion Amtntrn, of. Kern County.—Tulare Advanc Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mason left on the noon train today for Los Angeles on a short business trip. $1.00 golf shirts In all colors for S5c at Clar's store, Kern. 69 Miss Camp of Los Angeles is visit- Ing her brother Frank Camp at his home on Beale avenue. The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Harry- Moon Is quite 111. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, and up, at Ardizri-Olcese Co., department store. " Torn Young, manager of the Topaz Oil^ Company Is in town. Karl Oerlichev expects to leave soon for Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. II. sierkes have gone to Midway to reside. Frank A. Hill has returned from a visit In 1'a.sa-iena. Ice for sale at Wiiltaker's corner ,,s ^iisK.-? s/s? i? itl^!;™I 3 ? r" * Ntuituram-'B Furniture Store. 1408 Ifltb h -, V-.,, !"'' '" th ° "', R • sh °"? °" • i i i.-i t>,m.lay, u iteitins along nicely. '• - . M-"!y a hvisinesH man '-•'i -i, >Ji;t '.:-, v 01 I.o;i Am:eles, ' i, ilnr i mo 11 A LITTLE CHILD IS QUITE SZRICUSLY B't'R I )>•- f( ",!• '•:,!• olii Old M-;.i-;ioT. coats ; I'li-rv.'ards. GOOD ATTENDANCE Elks are all Enthusiasm The keynote of the rehearsals for the Elks' Bl» Minstrel Show, now In process of preparation, Is enthusiasm. The boys are attacking the stuff with vim and ginger and are highly delighted with progress affected so far. Talent hitherto undreamed of Is being unearthed in the lodge and new stars will shine In the theatrical firmament tor this engagement. One of the end men recently Imported for this occasion, Mr. F. O. Munzer, will more than make Rood and his performance will easily take front rank with the best black fare comedians of the day. The ccnimitee has decided that the best Is none too good for the Elks or their friends and are sparing no expense to make this engagement the social, artistic and financial success of tbe srasun. The work of the chorus will be ture, as they ing the stuff up. -'J-'^f a m»«t nntioabU> fea- already fairly eat- Suits at $25 .Made of Ihc now weave cheviots and ha''d finished worsteds. The jackets niv cut mostly in H2 in. length., with long pointed hacks and tin; new straight fronts, I hey are. well shaped and well tailored and lined throughout with satin. Skirts are circular gored, withe front panel and foot folds At $9.50 $25 Ladies Coats in Black, all wool three- quarter h-ngth nicely lined through yoke and sleeves, collar and cntT.s: trimmed in velvet and braid $9.50 We are showing a good assortment of Flannelette Long and Short Kimonos. Also a fine assortment of silk and sateen petticoats. We want the ladles' to make this their store. You don't have to )uy; come and look, and get acquainted with us. New goods arriving daily. PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UP—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave at 20th St. CLUB WILL G'VC A CARD <V HTY. All !..•!-; the Kein i i.il iiill -U- ::( ilie 1 '-• NOTICE. ••• - ,ia-. I'.'..'- unst V'HO" '•" -".'' r a fii c THE MAJESTIC. KID PARKER AGAIN IN CHARGE OF BERTHS. - Cl.u i;ri- l'ark'-r. the v. ell 1;': i-.-.-n , . trainer of pugilists, has again takea * HUT iii • management of the Ham'. •••". j :•.;!!"•-. He a^sainied control hist ni-'ii ami \vill lie pleased to rer-ehx 1 c;:l:- I'loin his many friend:;, 1 'r- [•••rat. Springs Arlinr,;t>n Hot<:i (very ill"."-.;.-,;-. Tho bafhs nri for rheumatism and kidney troulil by any and all skin diseases. Tl ni!ty hot mnd tnlbs in Kern Count Hotel largest and best aeromodatlou' ( i' ar.v resort in IC-jru County. Flu 1 : Pioneer^erca :!i!i •(?-' r " -M i- Wah 98 f'nrl (lie I trifling iiu-ld.'i.t i tion of ^rax'^• : . AT THT KINDERGARTEN.,It. ;iiu. ••-•tiii.-. :v the High | r;rrv.' MAN/"E Pchoo] buili'ini.'.' i: oj:en. '1'he room r~ warmed hy the heating rys-'tem of th< irrciit oxhil.l- '.'nine and i--. •• WOMEN should much M-.'avail ihi'Hisi', - the .„,,_«,,,..., j K'luiol, nnd the little ones are called j for by Miss PhiSK when parents so request. The attendance i- thirty-five and la growing steadily. account. sid>.jc--t to Ihci; 1 ji cheek, as it is often a creat |j OOlU'l'tl!''!!!''-. ,Hn! '."• ;' Tiioi 1 -- i::. ',!•-. i :'Mi - i> '••'•'' il::n'- jr i/cs tiii-iii \vil ii liii.u-iiil iifl'airs ^ ami l-i'.'ikiu'-' un'lh"ds. \vhich *! will in-.-vi 1 very i!S'"'i'u! and 'f \ ; vidna'ile. \Ve cui'iiiaUv invilc I'.ic ae- :MT TOR i, f i L L ;:. -H eoiilns >'- V.^iii every I'acilily, and courtesy. Cajiital, ^.0,0110.0 P f \ i: 1.1 Thursday, October 22d JOS. M. CAITES PRESENTS GEORGE M, COHAN'S Musical Winner Little Jo^iiiw Joi Capital $ijO,000.00. 8. lies 2 0-3 T C! f, o N G H I T S-3 0 V '-Prep L E—7 5 And Win. Keo-.tr/S as the Unknown The Famous r owH -Hv^'H.'F COHA- .-; DArTOiNG MUSIC - L AUfJ >TTl!iR—GIRi .S 3! Wcf.k- in Now V<.r r : 2 , Weyl;! , SEATS ITOW 0>I SALE. i:i ' ices 50c to §1.50 (Jn a<. t"n :; i;f utlu.'r 1. . chott h.-'g • . ii..i i liauo wkii in- oh (ii-liis .-.innv.-. and dane'v, (>:i Thuisday nights, and M. K. I'ara, 01 Macley's Tlieiuer, aud Ed Kussell have mad-.- ar!'i.:i:^i . ; • v.l: tu :aU'i' or; r the \ir, .••••. i' . T'i- Iii I |HTI'nnn:iin •;•! -I- ; :.:• a. \, n : :i'ia.i.:--ii:- , ; ; v. ;!l ; •• ; .-. • :: en Thin'Ml.iy nijihi ol tliis v.'i i li. Tin- tiio\ iiu; pii'iure slid-.v will hi: !-;arli-.| : r.uiijitly iit S o'cloi-li, lasting tor about an hour aiiil a hail'. Ki-iir ref-ls i if the best limvillj; |;ie(Ur<'K oiitalnahle from i.os Angeles will hi' shown, while A. (I. Hughes, th,. jji-i x nt popiih-r nanaiAf 1 ! 1 m .Moi-ley'H, nil) sj!:.ir I'!.' IV.D llli'.-itriiM.d J-O:M:S. lininedlately fijlicv. inu (!.•• i rfol'liialleo a il'.Ul:-e v, ill h-.i o'clocK. THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER POADSTE!. TOURING CAR. •j Y\'iJ] In- r.-ady lot 1 .l-'ii\i-ry .la !J tiioriM!^h jn\ e.-.i i^ai n.'ii l.'V a u J'akensliefcl slidiv.s lh',.< car to !•• jnarlcct sellititr I'of less Ih/ui $-'' ; : :. starlliim- rediii-lioii in (In; priiv . :.<• ••..•:. i-aine, all uther iiiatiiil'acl iirers li.id all'eadv ,., chic , go Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, }?5,0i)o D:r !: ;'i n. ir. TT.'.:;•-?/.•: '--'•:(? M. ,; ;-:•; r/v'-t^!} v,ith u Weeks' Run in Cihina-o. 1. HI'IO. A i-cj'.ii-i nia.lc ' - a known ttiecli;iiii'-a I i-iri'iii 1 •;• of" •• •- ' ' ."::>' ear on the ' '' .. • -n i -.. thai \vln-n firt; • ':•>''•• . '.'.•! "' ,'icf aiilu Jtiafei'i.'iJs tflil their material. The Tourist people only <'oni|>I"'ed tlteir dcsifrns for this California car al'lei- sludyiiiir all Ihe HCMV cars that, \veiv heiitLr lutili for present delivery, and which \vori- htiilt hefiire the slartlinu drof) in prices on ran' materials. Place your i>t'd> r now and p-t tlie best aiitoinoliile ever olTer(-d fur the price. IT" 19 C E. J. ERB 19th and G Tars. W. E. DRURV Tel. Main .1260 H. r . R ^ ~ n us- A eheoKing account wittt the First National Bank haw no nuiny aih'antages that you •will fhul it a great aid in your tinancial affain. If yon have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you opeu one aud test it tor yourself. * ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKER8FIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. V/ith WM. H. CGNLEY, and tho following Biy Cast included: Karl Stahl, Herbert Carter, Donald McKensie, WaUer B. Smith, Mary Malatesta, Julia Curtiss, LaBelle Laurette Mabel Wilson—and the Famous BROILERS 60—PEOPLE—60 80—SONG HITS—80 A Perfect Production Presented in Perfection. Prices 50c to $1.60 Seats on Sale Thursday. , -I'lie'ii one i "- i "in' ro-i--- •('••••• "f ,- ('dlilllV i u.iil I. ",.v . li,iki!r-,lifl.l. Y'ornla. and that n.nv and all ;/> ;• :-< ;IH interested in h.;;td matter to ho aii'l aiiDcar lie-lore thlH court at the tiiin' iind utuce atore^-ild. and then mid then- show c-nnfti. if anv, thoy have wliv the anullcatlon tor the chanuo of name of the said f-nrminttlon should riot he unintfd. nii'l it !H further or- ill-red that a eonv of 'Ms order to show cause lie DuhllKhcd in "The Makers- field f'.-illfornlan. a innvKiiaw-r nrlnted vnd i/ulwhed in the Cltv of Bukerfl- fteld Ctmntv of Kern. State of California, aocordlr.t' t<i law. for at least four weekb ttueet-BKivelv next orecedIIIB: the dav of hearine, T>ated this 6th dav of 10-6 J»dee of Che Suwrior ' . libpr.lso MAHON. or Court. "The Kissel Forty ?? Will he contiiinci] fur I'-KMI >il the same ].ric'-. The inif)roveiiieii(s on (his popular model consist of heavier, bniltes, !5f!-in. wheels, heavier front axle, 11."i in base. It will also he much better finished, anil possessed ol' easier riding qualities. Al Thackery, Agent Kern County. $££££* J ROADSTER TOBIUNQ

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