The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 9, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 9, 1908
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1908. THE BAKERSPIELD OALIFORNIAN A Comparison ,»f oin- floods—their (fitality, Iheir prices is what we invite, what we nw. If you wrnt a diamond, ex- a mint' other stocks, then ours, II joii «!•*• purchasing silver spoons or forks, tnnUe critical comparisons. If yon aro inter- (>stfil in sold scarf pins or rings, :lo not buy until you compare our stock vlth others which you contemplate. If you do tliis von will appreciate the Ktrencth of our claim to the greatest and freaheat MoeU at prices v.-hlch In every case assure full value received. SIX WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. Anglican Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street I | Kern City I c83§«xa«aocK»XH3c« Kern Beat the Delano Boys Kern City OKK3®ai&Q^ NOTES AND PERSONALS. Money to Loan We have unlimited funds to loan on improved farm property at 7V6% Per annum, and on long terms and easy payments. If you are paying a high rate of interest this proposition should Interest you. Baker&f ieid Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. A picJv up team from Kern went to Delano yesterday to give the Delano boys a few pointers In playing baseball. The game resulted In a score of 9 to 3 in favor of the Kern boys, nil of whom played a fine game, but star playing was done by Chauncoy Potts and Frank Cuneo and It. was due to them that ihe game WHS so successful. The Delano boy a have a good team but they need a great deal of practice. Following is the line up of the two teams: Delano—Earl Dyer, E. E. Tiiumons, Geo, Granger, N'l V.'o'.V, I'lun': Oiiev:iF," D. Turner, Ed Valencia, P. Ne-.vell. .:..::u- .\;i.i.:-L C.i:wi, Gor.lon Gillis- ple, Chas. P.'emn. CtyiUU'coy Potts. ":-u',ik Day, Frank Cuneo, Lawrence KM':!, TTnn Hat field, Harry Cooler. Lads .i/in In Oil Fields. A hall team composed of Kern lads visited the oil fields Saturday and badly defeated the oil fields boys, by the score of 23 to 7. The Kern line up was as folows: Willie Marmion, Chas. Galli, Silvia Corrila, Alfred Cuneo, Floyd Farrls, Elwood Clafiin, Geo. Cuneo, Wren Sands, Paul Barnett. CHECK FORIiER mm COURT The Woman's Cull) will meet on Wednesday afternoon at ,the home of Mrs. 'Weed at the corner of M and Owen streets. , Mrs. S. D. Thomas, who was taken to San Fernando about a t week ago for medicinal treatment. |s reported* i"- whom Morton snys Is a rancher able to j south of town, was signed to the E. II. Morton, the thecK forger, who led Cap Mortenson a merry chase a week ago Friday, was held to answer this afternoon by Judge Black for forgery. Morton, October 30th. attempted to secure '$31.50 on a fictitious check from the Bank of Bakorsneld. Tin- name of E. M. Tay- to he recovering and willl be home again within n few days. / E. E. Johnson arrived from GosheW! Saturday night and spent j3unday with his family. | You can get a lot. in 'any part Of Kern. You have 2000 to pick from. Terms easy. Prices $H!j,. to $3.50 .T. Woody. SIC Baker street. Miss ilidu McCullou0h has retup- ;>n over Sunday stay in Tn- T EXPERIENCED NURSE— Mrs. R. T. Adams, expert nurse, would like work In town or oil fields. Can give best «f references. 2716 Chester avenue. Phone Main 292.- 88 DE. L. M. CAIN Physician and Surgeon. McKlttrlck, Cal. Office and residence, Little Hotel. SATURDAY —TWO DAYS MONDAY Days of 'Bargains in ladies' hats.—Not old out of date goods, but The New Large Flat Shapes trimmed in the most approved fashion, colors and shades blended to a "becomingness" only possible by fen artist at the profession. They will do your eyes pood to look nt them, and fit your purse to a niwty. Regular $7.00 values for Saturday and Midday—$5,00. STEVENS The Leading Milliner. YOUR DOUBTS WILL CRUMBLE when you fee a suit of clothing or an overcoat that we have cleaned an' pressed if you think we can't ivmke your garments look just like new. Our process of cleaning is the nemo of artistic work on clothing, fine dresses, dainty waists and plumes. Our dye- ini; has all the rich colorings that comes in the' finest goods when done Ht the Pioneer Dye Works. Mail orders promptyl attended to. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers &. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor, Offlc». 1519 19th St... Phone Main 17fi .>\ura.a. 12SM33 20th 3t. Phot:* Va^n i(JS A Good Bed Is not a luxury Ui this dn - v aml a se, its a necessity of life. One of our famous Sanitary Iron Beds < f»r years is a necessity and still a luxury. Yon can't afford to be without one. Philip W. Niederaur THL ONE PRICE STORE 1408-10 19th Street Phone Main 173 ed from Lire. I U.-iv lota In jKern OJt/ for check. i At the examination this afternoon j Curtis Wible, paying teller at the j Bank of Riikersfleld, Identified the i defendant and the cheek and test I-j fled that no man by the name of E. j M. Taylnr hath an account with the , bank. Cap Mortenson told, of his efforts to determine If the check was ', good and of the sensational attempt "&• LACE WAISTS WORTH $6,50 Very daintily made formed of net and dainty evy and trimmed around t ilrrs and around the front with 4 rows of fancy lace; Is cut very full iu the front: lin*. nhorl sleeves trimmed with four rov. .-•. of , Ince nn-J deep iiiol-fd ''iiff.-i •> 'ii:e:l with luco. Collar and yoi;o inrmi-il entirely ol lace: has a t',v!,i -| open back and is line:! throne.)'""' with China silk..5' •N $G.r.(i MiliK' for * only $4.95 Exquisite $10 Millinery THE MOST AUTHENTIC STYLES AT A MOST REASONABLE PRICE snle. Prices from »:55 to $350.,.*n"erm8 easy. A. S. Woody, Stti Baker' st. tf 7lr ' fii'.i-! Brown has gone to Keeler to t:iUo a job on a work train and his family will leave In a few days for Los Angeles. Get a lot in Kern. Two thousand t:> Iiick from. You can't miss getting what you want. Terms ensy, prices right. A. J. Woody, S16 Baker st. tf Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Boyce left yea- ;erday for their home In Los Angeles after spending a few days with Mrs. Boyce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bernard. J. D. Arana, who has been quite ill at his home on M street, Is now convalescing. J J. D. Stroud and family have gone to Bakersfleld to reside. H. H. Fox of Los Angeles Is In town on business. J. B. Estrlbou left Saturday night on the Owl for a week's stay In San Francisco. Roy EHwood went to Los Angeles yesterday. Mrs. Percy Williams of McKlttrick Is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. R. Bishop at the Metropole hotel. Superintendent Worthlngton went south yesterday noon on No. 108. Mrs. Clarence Ballagh returned la^j night from a short visit with her parents In Selma. E. I. Epman has returned from an over Sunday stay in Fresno. Miss Ida Dorr of Tulare Is th«' guest of her cousin, Mrs. Chas. Friend, at her home on J. street. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cassidy of Conners spent Sunday In town. Alexander Huck, formerly postmaster Kern, spent Sunday visltirfg friends in this city. He left last night on the Owl for Fresno. Walter Zeller of New York !s visiting relatives in Kern. Mrs. Chas. Willy and son Jerry have returned from a short visit in Los Angeles. Ben Stroud is In from Midway today. the mode to escape by breaking awy from the officer as they ' \vrio enitie; into the Windsor saloon ' and running three blocks to the renr of Tljn Reeves' plnre, where IIP \ was found in the barn. ' \ "tn what condition was I?" the prisoner asked the officer. "It's a, cinch you were not what I call Intoxicated. If you had been yon could not imvp run the way you did?" and Cap unthinkingly wiped his brow when the exertion of the arrest was again brought to mind. At the time of the arrest there was also another check on the prisoner's person. It was made out on the Kern Valley Bank to E. M. Morton and signed Cal E. Stewart. There were also two blank checks. Morton was up once before for a check episode In Kern, but gained his liberty. He now is facing n very strong case. Assistant District Attorney Irwin conducted the examination. Tln-y are all b.-autiftilly ;>;-.; tv'.'-fully mad.- rials in t'nis season's most favored colors, e^vi'i "rin^s: a shade and style to satisfy nlnio-<1 ao\ trimmed with a dnsh and originality so much stylish women. .They lire mostly tailored sty! ribbons, \cl\vts, ornaments, fancy feathers, sid Such popular models as mn^hroon s.-otip ctVec.ts. Buy these same hats in a pay up to $15; on sab- hen- for only .. ;/' mate- i'.nd eol- and all after by with t minuet I cl". >rll:)s. cnwlnvc am) r v;ay and you will ....'.... $10.00 New Tailored Suits a? $32.50 ________^mi^B«»^n«i^H^MKVl M»s4> nf h-rvl finished WOf- ' The New Store Our Angelica and Muscatel Wines ! are vcr.v popular now. You remember we had suoli a successful run on Ihein at the Fair—everybody wb<> sampled it liked it. and many have bought since. If you like sweet wines, try pome of thes'} fine Angelicas and Muscatels—they're splendid quality—superior, we think, to any wines you have ever bought at the prices we're asking. Fred Gunther Co. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooms lull 18th street. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. The Little Racket Store . The little store of !,. T. Godley & Co,, corner IStli and Chester avenue, is stilj adding new lines of 5, l (l , 13 and 25c dry piods find no- lion specialties. Our lal'-st will li" the Riehnrdson embroidery outfits, which is the most popular embroidery line in the world. We invite the ladies to call and inspect a few samples, already received. Join a KiehanNoi) Club ind learn the beautiful art of embroidering. We give spool al prices on many useful articles. L. 1'. GODLEY & 00. N E T WAISTS WORTH $7.57 $5.95 .A very handsome v.-als 1 made with a long pointed yoke formed of fine net with appliqued medallions and embroidered dots; has a panel front formed of cross plaits and 12 rows of fancy lace; also trimmed over the shoulders, down the front and back with 4 rows of lace in Gibson effect; has long dl- rectolre sleeves edged with 2 rows of lact; a lace collar and an open back trimmed with lace and short tucks. A good value for 85.95 Made of rurd finished worsteds In a handsome siripe; a combination of black and the new taupe shade. The costs are 37 Inches long, cut in the new hlpless effect; are well tailored; have patch pockets, turn back cuff» and broad lapels; lined with black and white striped silk. Tfie skirts are full pleated and trimmed with foot,folds; actually worth $37.60. Our price, Is only $32.50 T-HONE MAIN 309 THE FLORAL FESTIVAL BY WOMAN'S CLUB. The ladles are perfecting th^r ar-! rangementa for the Chrysanthemum Fair to be given tomorrow afternoon and evening. The gorgeous flowers from Stockdale and San EmUio will be a great attraction. Both potted plants and cut flowers will be for sale. The busy housewives are pre- pairing dainties for the home cooking booth and many toothsome delicacies | Hamilton's 2000 Chester Ave. at 20th St. can be obtained there. A most excellent musical program which will appear later, will be blven both afternoon and evening. Too Late For Classification FOR RENT—Furnished front room for a lady. Middle agi u lady preferred. Inquire at 1714 VOtVfstreet. !tl CONSULT THE EXPERTS OF THE ELECTRO-MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. CALL OR WRITE. Rooms 12 to 19.. Most elegant and completely furnished medical otfic* ' west of Chicago. 254 SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES, WANTED—A young lady experienced in bookkeeping, desires situation; general office work. Ad.irc-s.s Address Ai", care ol' this office. &S '!" T:.n 1 V. t .!ir > — v r- the return of a ID jewel Waltham watch, s-ize Ifi, openfaced, dLil .-;!I:.'htly cracked; which was taken from m<> Saturday evening, Nov. 7th. Also identitfy of the man from whom it w,is bought. C. T. Unrks, Oilcenter, Cal. Tele- phono .Main 1024. 91 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Inquire of Pete Wilson, at 2101 L street. 01 FOH SALE—One- Jersey i-.nd Huisteln cow; young calf ;! days old. Call phone 25(l!l Chester Lane. ill WASTED—One boarder; Lilt Kci'ii. Telephone Main H>r,5, KOK SALE—Two and a half acres;, barn, chicken yard*, fenced, alfalfa; small payment down; balance oiiHy lermH. Suitor & Co., 1!>20 I street. Phone .Main H;J<. S(i C. J. Planz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. CONSTANT AND CAREFUL attention is niven to the business of Ihis Hank by its officers. Every investment is approved by the Hoard of Directors. Thus you can sec how safe your money is when deposited in the First Dank of Kern. Capital $50,000,00. Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCarons Art Store Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of Workmanship. HAVt STEAM HEAT UNION THEATRE PRltES 10c, 25c, 35c, 60c MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. THIS WEEK Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Why Baxter Butted in Friday, Saturday Matinee and Night and Sunday DAVID HARUM $20 Cash Prize Saturday Nov. 14.

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