The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 14, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, November 14, 1908
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A Comparison .it' our goods—t'.u'ir quality, llieir prices is v!i;tt we invite, what wo urge. If you vain a diamond, ex- anilnt 1 oiiii r stocks, then ours, 1!' you are pnrchiising silver spoons or forks, make critical comparison?. II' you ;ir". Interested in sold scarf pins or rings, 'lo nut buy until you compare "tir siook wii.'i others wlilch yon contemplate. If you do this you wll! appreciate tlie strength of our claim to the greatest and frpshent s'ock at prices which In every case assure full value received. SIX WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. American Je welry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1420 19th St K>oeKKXKKK7cxHaBaaoowxKTO ia»oa«Bewac8S*3£K>w^^ OTftfllf i8oooooo0oocKxKK>oaDoat»ijoci GOoo#e*20«oc<<^oooC'CW>:>oo: TlilftfMTffclftt I | NOTES AND PERSONALS. | I STATE COMMANDER i ROYALLY ENTERTAINED,! MrH Mimile ,'ydelotte, state com-, _ ^ ___ _ maiiiU r of the l.ndy Maccabees, via- | *~ --- ' ited Kern lllvc No. fitj very rwently : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and and was royally enl< rtnlnede by the' children have arrived In Kern from local ladies. She spent an afternoon j Marieopa and will reside here per- and evening with the lodge, review-; manentiy. in ^ t!u> work and giving instructions. ( I You can get a lot In auy part of Airs. Aydelotte expressed apprecla AIENEO A • 1>"aif hii- i n :>. •! un< a*- gi'iiiv Ail !iM-a«' • ;:.'i! to stock has up! en tl,i desert, and while it .1 re;i"h' >1 the Mojave or oilier > ?<•(•<'.<:.•:. it is causing miicli iiiir-s to stockmen in those re- Kern. Yon have L'OOd to ;.tek from, tlon of the manner in which the lodge Terms easy. Prices $35 te $3.50 A. work waa presented and was glad to i,, ,<; J. Woody, 'sjfi Baker street If see the hive in such a flourishing |,,, m Mrs. R. Collins went to San Fran- condition. After the evenlnc session eisco last night, on a short business those in attendance repaired to the trip. banquet room and enjoyed n most Mrs. A, Hollls Is recovering from a elaborate feast. The viands were pre- severe attack of tonsllltls. pared by Mrs. Dayhuff and she left Norman Rawllngs went to Los An- nothing undone to make the supper a geles last night. complete successe. Mrs. Aydelotte Get a lot in Kern. Two thousand to continued her way north after ex- pick from. You cnn't miss getting pressing hearty praise of Kern Hive what you want. Terms easy, prices N o , 66. right. A. J. Woody, 816 Baker at. tf, * Superintendent F. M. Worthlngton GIVEN A SURPRISE is In Fresno. | gy HIS FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hoffman have: Ulst PVening , np Ladies Auxiliary returned to Kern after a few days to the B. of F. L, and E., gave a sur- stay in Fresno. ' prise party In honor of P. Oillespie at We're Lending Lots of Money on Improved farm property at the rate of 7% per cent per annum. Our funds are unlimited and we give long terms and make payments easy. If you're paying a high rate of interest, this.proposition will strike you forcibly. . Bake/shield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement piileiiii which causes horses from two to thirteen ntej tiii.y become afflicted lias broken on' i.n "the ranches between Ore, Ciiniul' 1 and Cottonwood, and is pl:i .\lnir have, with the stock there. say? tbe Uediands Review. It is a highly eontapoiiH disease, hut. owing to ;i stringent quarantine that has been put on iho afflicted section It is thonuht. that it will lie confined to that district, and that even there it will soon be stamped out. County Veterinary T. \V. Orme has made two visits to the desert since last Wednesday and Is of the opin- lie has the contagion well Every ranch where tha dl- appeared or where horses exposed has heen placed ion that in hand. sease lia have in under a strict quarantine , and no horses ran either leave or enter them. Clarence Ballagh of the Kern Drug n j s home on K street, store is moving Into the home on, T)ie company met a t M rs Watson's Baker street formerly occupied by L. ( home and proceeded to the Gillesple Bogy. * 'home in a body. The victim of the I hnve 2000 lots In Kern City for; happy plot was completely surprised The mnladv is not a common one, sale. Prices from $36 to $350. 'Terms but proved) n i mse i t equal to the occa-' ' easy. A. J.^Woody, ^ 16T B a *e_ r _ 8t ^ n ,, t j l sion and with his genial wife made I the pleasant evening pass all too Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jackson moved to Selma to reside. KERN BEATS BAKERSFIELD have A most interesting feature was the presentation of a beautiful gold watch ON THE GRIDIRON charm to Mr. Gillesple. One side bore „ .._ , j the B. of L. F. and E. emblem and An exhibition of football took place j the other was engraved with his in- thls morning at Recreation park be-ptials. Mrs. Gillespde also came in tween the Kern grammar school team | for a generous share of the surprise and the Emerson school team. Emerson' t6am won the game The with Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chou Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Stiey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfield. Kern two weeks ago 6 to Q, but today Kern evened up. Mr. Parker umpired, Mr. Grey refereed the first half and Spot Mcmurdo the last half. A small crowd of Bakersfleld'a feminine admirers was on hand. In the flrst half Clifford Farris made two goals, Malcolm Baker and Herbert Blair one each ; Blair kicked two goals an extremely hard one to contend with. A horse may be romping awl iilayinc In the best of condition, and within ten minutes writhing In death's agonies. A number of horses have died within two hours, but one , or ,two have lived as long as thirty and was given a handsome sterling | hours after being stricken. The dls- sllver cream spoon. Both responded j ea=o is one of the spine and nervous ] » GEELAN U'e are lll.ii-.:'!!.': i vtrenieh ln\v ),r'C' s i:i :>-;>>i'.' Miir!-. iin 1 we cat fy til'' li;.<-.-' assortment ot trlnir,ihi2<- i i:<i -1 .tl'es, so brim; in your v. m;i ;iii ! ,\<- ul'l LiMi iiiiiee satisfaction. \Ye will > niinii" our $f/0 SALE FOR M' nday and Tuesday ' Remember theie were never surli valuer offeiod In H lUersfield. Mail orders rilled. Millinery 1329 19th St • 1 • although it appeared sometime ago nt Needles and caused the death of several valuable horses. The rapidity ' innate teamster who was crushed tin- with which it kills makes It, however, der a load of lumber at Tehachapl FUNERAL OF LOUIS BOREL WILL BE HELD SUNDAY. The body of Louis Bare!, fhe unfor the brain and heart bolng ... finally affected. A short, time after as follows: Vocal solo, Mrs. Watson; i it makes Its appearance the animal vocal duet, Mrs. McQuarry and Mrs. afflicted becomes partially If not with words of appreciation, A short program was also enjoyed, Watson; recitation, Mrs. Gillesple; recitation, Cord McQuarry; piano solo, Mrs. A. H. Ross; recitation, Ansel Easterbrook. Games of various kinds were play- and a touch-back made the score 24 to ed and a bountiful 1 supper served. 0 at the end of the flrst half. In the second half the playing was about even, one side having an advantage and then on a fumble back of the line, the other side would even up. In the last few minutes of play Kern made a goal. The Kern line-up was as follows: Clifford Farris, Ih; Malcolm Baker, fb; Herbert Blair, q; Leon Craig, It; Herbert Hearle, c; Henry Phillip, rg; Fabio Bandncci, le; Arthur Carlson. rh; Dan Jaeomini, rt; Will Marlon re; Vernon Bradley, Ig. Emerson— Pete O'Hare, c; Jack Pliii.e'.l, rg; Dan Murphy, rt; Elton \Vleniiin, re; Lloyd Pinnel, Ig; Wilbur Howard, It; Leonard Dunlnp, le; Edwin Baker, Ih; Wallace Wieman, fb, Roy Furman, rh. - » « » - • Jerome Brown, superintendent of the Land Company's Bear Mountain ranch, is in Bakersfleld. ____ YOU ARE SAFE AT ARDIZZI-OLCESE COMPANY'S. Prices That Talk It' you arc it) need of Suitinirs, Outinu: Flannels, Table Linens, Ti-iniiniii.-s, Silks, Thread, Se.-irfs ui- shoes, you will find thai Ardixx.i-Ok-ese Co.'s prices speak loud, as ymi will 1ind Mttiility the best and the lowest prices in Hi" i'"l!<>wiii.y items: Tafbfe Linens f::.-.-i bargain-- ''or the <\\i::\'. : : — t All I'.'iO D'l-.uask T.ililo !.i . i..- at, i>"i' >v r! i AiTr."!.- 1 trades, white, a- •,,.-:• yard j All 5"c grades, wr-it". at, p>-v .-.-r i £ All One grades, colored, at, ;<>•" ; ••rd Note—Colored linen is In re I and li'iie s of garnet and tan. 25c 40c 50: 40c i.'liey cllei K and The affair was a most enjoyable one Mr. and Mrs. Glllespie proving a delightful host and hostess and with their guests spent a happy evening. A PLEASANT NUMBER. One of the most pleasant features of the St. Barnabas entertainment Thursday evening was the song and dance given by Miss Lora Waldo. The ladies of the guild extend a vote of thanks to Miss Helen Camp- Charles Promo and his clever com-1 yesterday, was brought to Kern this morning. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from the National Hotel at 2 o'clock. Hew to Treat a Sprain. Sprains, sw -Illngs and lameness 019 promptly relieved by Chamberlalrt Liniment This liniment reduces !*• (lamination and soreness so that • sprain mny be cured In about one-IWr* the time required by the usual tredt- ment. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale 1W I Haer Bros., Bakernfield; Kern Drag Co.. Kern. • wholly uncon""lous, so that the suf fering; lasts only a short time. In speaking of the epidemic Mon day morning, on his return to San i Bernardino, Dr. Ormc stated that he j is certain that he has It weJl In | hand and that the Quarantine that he > has established will prevent Its spreading. | ! A PLEASANT PARTY 1 | IN OIL FIELDS. | There was n pleasant party In the nature of a house wanning, givin on the Standard lease last evening, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Negley, and a merry crowd from Kern attended. pany of amateurs and all others who contributed to the success of the affair. Too Late For Classification FOR RENT—Four rooms, either furnished or unfurnished, suitable fot ' street. each other to make the affair a sue-1 cess and all spent a most enjoyable evening, voting the Standard ladles ideal entertainers. The gentlemen, not to be outdone by the ladles, furnished their share of the amusement of the evening by j providing excellent music for danc- jing and also by bringing an abua dance of wax for the floor. Those I from Kern were Mr. and Mrs. Blair Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Semorile, the Misses McKenzie, Jos- Marguerite Murphy and fzma Semorile. FOR RENT—Ranch of 100 acres, con-; venienl to Hakersfleld; rent practi- Cjill.v Tree; we)) fenced; Jioiiff, burn, water, fruit. Desire lo i_'h e no* session at once. Aiiiln >s .luhn LOST—On I'nion, a FOR SAI.K—17 acres fine garden j land, with 1-4 foot of Kern Inland j water. Small house and other im-1 provements. Close to Bakerslield. $3500. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hop- Kins building. 03 FOR SALE—Six room house, toilet, ] baths, etc; stable, lot ;',lxlS2,| fenced, good location, for only SIL'dfi, $."jOO cash. R. A. .Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. !':! I HOSIERY LADIES' SUITINGS 5fie Batiste, all shade-; . . . 3? 1 4 c \-~ children's Hose, sizes *.0c BrllUantliiP, gr.'iys . . . . 37> 2 c -,.„ • „ UK,, ;! r 10c ij'ic llornesnniu;, nlaln an! ,.",,,• ,t to tripes ..".... 37' 2 c 2.> CM i'.'en s Hose at 18c fine Ladles' H<IM> ,'!! 40c OUTING FLANNELS All I.V- Ou'lns Flannel, :,t £> 3 c TRIMMINGS •jii ]i' r cent discount or. .'ill SILKS uininiiu's*. You surely D; e>i All ::"e China Silks, all trimiiiings ; ivl now is the tiu.e : lu.,les 25c to get ihem at a great saving. FOR SALE—Try the Imperial ?elf- heating Hat iron. Can use either alcohol or gasoline. Will pay for ! itself (n a. short time; five days trial free of charge. Teh iihona . ;.tin H'H. inj ; FOl'NM)-- In I!a!;evslie!.! Tim. e;il-;:r, ;i pii'-se eontaililli!' . df'ier [trtk-l.-'s. .I. M. Aielti;< I'liM'ie Black Isis:,. KOI! SALE—Span of hor.-< biirttei-s; with wag- Thread Charter Oak Machine Tlireail. very best >_'raile; in hlaek and while, ReuliiHl 1 l.rice Tie ]MT spool ; speeinl, s; s'iHils I'nr 25c LADIES' SCARFS SHOES .lurt what you need f»r t!v-e Ail *-tx,es ! n our lar K e Shoe cold evening* and the w>?' cem- 1>-I'- ! »i'-;. at a ]«> .,er cent. .Us- IVn-taMe and convenient h'-'.id- <'"uut. w. ;:r ft.r theatergoers. All ("d- MEN'S FURNISHINGS. fir.-, ranyini? In price I'r.'iin >'•"'-• t! > Ovei-il 1 -:, .•iiinpers i.nd trons- •f^.i.u. > i>' :•' ' '" I'er cent discount. : on. Also .single liarness atrl l"i-gy. ! iinjiiire at 121!) Calii'orin'a ;••'• <-<nu ; or ;elef.h<jiie Main 7nT. '."1 i BIBLE'S CYCLFRY. ~ . ,•!.-, ••••v]) ijAXO M(JT()i;< .':.!•: FOR , SAL! . j 1411 ! ! Rucycle >.' I.l.'m 1 LlKlH : i.r-."-' l R. s <;:,•:.."! Bible's ("';. firry, isn? ("••, '-•: . :••• nur. C. J. i'larr, President Arthur S. Critss, Cashier. INTEREST AN IMPORTANT FACTOR. hit'Te-1 i- ,i very inipor- sc-rve I' 1 ;::.! ;-.;:,! \vise is the !i!;;ii. v,''i?n,"i ("• elii'd \V!KI de- piisiN hiv Hi 1 :e-r money rt'tj- r;;:, !y }•) the Fii-r i^nik of Ke;'n. n r i.;.!y on .-icenuul of its ;e>-'itiv- see'ii-ity. li-tl he- eiuis,' o!' Ihe liheral interest v.-!iie!i it i.i!i'\vs. Your ac- counl !.s eel i!;a || \- !!|\'j| ed. Four pel ill mt-'ivsl paid nil. tili'e deposits ;:lid sin ilie-.s (':i;.!l;'l 4'ri't.<i'iii.0(( The Little Racket Stc e Tho little store of I,. T. llodley & (.'o., corner l-'li and Chester iivenue, H ^':i! iiddinir i" ^.' lines of •">. 1". !•' Mild -;"M; 'li'V e'luiiis a!:'l '."- tioli specialties. Our ',•.'•'•-! will lie ihe liic)i;irilsni, ••!!!- liroidery ui,t!iH, \vhieli > '.!:.• n.osl ]xi|iiilMr etnli!'(iid"r\ i:!!e in the wo.-Id. \Ve invii'- tl,e ladies to call ;iii(l iiisjieet a !"e\v s;iiti|i|e«. all'ea<!y j-'-i-er.'- (•d. .loin a liiehiird-ioti ' i'il> Did liVIJ'll the J)i-;itil ii'iil ; r' '•'' finliroidcrinir. We uive sue- oiiil prices on many n>«'i'nl articles. L. i. GODLEY & CO. EVERYONE IS PLEASED including ourselves, boonusu we are pleased if our patrons profit by our work and receive genuine satisfaction. 'We clean and press a suit of men's clothing, or a lady's tailor-made dross, in a manner that makes it just like new, at a liberal price at the Mail orders promptly attended Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office, 1619 19th St. Phone Main 176 Works, 129-133 20th St. Phone Main 168 Roller Polo DREAMLAND RINK Fresno vs. Bakersfiefd THREE GAMES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14th and 15th. THREE GAMES GAMES CALLED AT 8. '45 p. m. SATURDAY; 3 p. m. SUNDAY; AND 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY Prof. Carriere's Orchestra in Attendance Every Exvpning ORCHESTRA CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON KF7OM 3 T FROM 3 to 4 P. M. FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE DREAMLAND. C. F. SMITH, Mgr. WE NOW HAVt STEAM HEAT THEATRE -MAIN 128 -- JPRICES lOc, 25c, 35c, 50c SMATINl-ES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. LIVE AND LET LIVE iJoesu't iipiily ».. 1,i!'!:ey-, ,-if this|| sea'-CH. t.i:t i; I'.IH s lo ;i> iill tile yeni- I'ovu.'t. \\'e life always snlis-;| ;ied \v.t!: i! :nod> rjite ].oriit on our L''» >t-. V.'hy !"t your li /rse snf- !| ;'er I'r.illi e.,!d wi.eli Vo'.l eiill llilV , fil;!':,j;et :':'• f-l..ii>. _\ (ju-L'e ;issoft- j | iii'-iit •>( -jloye^ ai-.vjivK on liiind. 4. B. HEREINGTON 1517 19tb St. TONIGHT David Harum $20 Cash Prize Saturday. Nov. 14

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