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November 16, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

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Buy Your Port Wines Here ! that you buy from 'i- yo-i'i-M ahcavH pleased wi'ii. as the r|u;il|ty is the IM--I 'tid the Mavor Is just i'Mt-i '.vine lovers will he ,i, -lighted with either our CHlit'oi tila or Imported wines !h".\Te both splen- 'ir choice bo- iii'oniia port wine f\ ',11 a u-allon or ,! i;i-' tor $1 to $-1 for iini Fred Gunther Co. ( Family Trade Solicited Store and Wareroems 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. New Program at Morley's A new prog i. | theater tonight, : to bo sonic of ' er been seen ' Accused" n sti Id billed as ti: reels, ami MANY KERN COUNTY PEOPLE mule here. Do you? We want your business bemuse you do better here than elsewhere anil by proving this to yon we continue to Increase our business. Our stock is large and attracts the best clw..,-of buyers. A few jewelry prices—Cent's Elgin and Walthani watches, $3.75 up. Gent's Standard or New Era watches, - $12.".u up. Gent's Elgin and Walthani watches, $0.00 up. Diamonds— You can buy at prices to surprise you. Clocks—Shelf and •wall clocks 'below our own cost. Our line of ladies combs is most up-to-date, also jewelry and our prices lower than elsewhere. Guitars—$2.60 up. Violins $L'.5<> up. Aceordeons, $2.00 up. Suit Cases, $1.25 up. Trunks. $C up. Fine guns for sale and rent. UNCLE IKE'S EMPORIUM. Wm. H. Stratton, Prop. Phone Main 1154 1406 19th St., Bakersfield in goes rin at Morloy'ft and the films ore said !<• best which have nv- locnlly. "Wrongfully ierb dramatic number, >• featuvi 1 '>f the now <t of the program con- sistB of other uood dramatic, Instructive, niul comic inmi'bers. I'arls Fire Fighters," showing the methods of the best equipped Hie department In the world, is mi unusually Interesting subject. "The 1'iiHh Cart Race". "The Vacuum Cleaner," and "Hoarding Hou«o Acquaint incos" are roaring comedies. "The Inn Keepers He- morse," Is n dramatic story, and "The Peer's Fancy", a tragic number of extraordinary Interest. j Perry Emerson's new songs are "Panama" and "It Might Have Been" both great popular favorites In Lo« Angeles, which promise to make good here ulso. BORN. MILLER—In Bnkersflold. Nov. 16, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Miller, a daughter. + .» Grandfather knows good whiskey and since he was a boy HARPER has been his choice. Its good enough for me, and for YOU too, in short It IB the best—Buy HARPER from Brltz & Weichelt. _ * NOTICE ELKS. j All members of B. K O. B. No. 266 j are requested to meet at the Elks, hnll at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 17th, to attend the funeral of j our late brother, James Goodwin. fi3 C S. MERONEY. Secretary. I The Callfornlan want ads pay. Dr. J. S. Weiser Manager of the \Veiser Optical Co.. _!<>;;:; 1 *tre*-t. Fresno is in ''• : '' |1 '- |: ' •'' this week coimneii"-tr.; Monday, Nuvm'.-i- 1<i. II"'-. !!i:-i will stop at. I lie Now "" 'i:l'.- ern Hotel. Eyes E;:iin-.:i;f-l Free' AH^Work Guaranteed "My little girl Is subject to coida," says Mrs. Wm. 11. Seng, No. 41 Fifth j St., Wheeling, W. V. "Last winter she i had a severe spell and a terrible sough . but I cured her with Chamberlain's! Cough Remedy without the aid of a j doctor, and my little boy has been prevented many times from having the croup by the timely use of this syrup This remedy is for sale byj liaer Bros, Haktrsfield; Kern Drug | Co., Kern. * ! .» • > | NOTICE. | Xotice is hereby given that Yee Lee has bought the Valley restaurant, sit-1 uated at i:jl» litth street In the City, of Bakersfield and has asbiimed nl I hills owing by said restaurant. All persons holding any such bills will the nudor.siLT.cd on or before Novem tier UP II" 1 ' ' , YKE LEE. Becoming * Becoming Show LADIES AT LET US STEVENS UEADINO MILLINER Hats Prices You CHESTER AVENUE. F REE LUNCHEON all week—demonstrating the various uses of Armours Extracts of beef and cooking-Special' for tomorrow Potage a La Creole and English Monkey. The Prettiest Hats At Hochheimer's! The Prettiest Suits At Hochheimer's! The Finest Furs At Hochheimer's! What Would You Do? I , A-ould vou do to ;-!ieve the pain? Such' ' iv-irie'. -i-..- li.'bl.' to occur in any fain-! I iiv';,;id ov"'; vo;i" -hoilld be prepared. 1 iV,- "t>.i-i|. Chain!"•: Iain's Salve ap- } ,,,!„,, i,,,',, s ,,f, ,!o'b will relieve !he : ,Mn almost 'ns^itly. and unless the niu ,-v i- , ve,-;. - vere „„<-. will cause ..-,,;. .',.,,;. .,, |, ,i v.-ithout leaving a '.',. ,. ' j.-', - ',."•.,'. H '0>' I'.ios , Makerv n ( i,i- F. ; ;.- ••-• .'•••. l<'J"- ?. X P P, T TUNER TheC Prettiest ) Footwear at - Hochheimers j THE S T. FRANCIS BAZAAR WILL OPEN THIS EI/ENING This .-veiling at > oYy. 1 Francis fair am! l.a/:ir will •> •special cereiuoiiy at St. l"ia '.ornor of Truxtnn aveh"' >-lr>'ot. The hall is tilled v. i;', of cvc-ry description, value. . ; of (he twelve booths Ijeini: : with bargiiins. The decora' i pronounced lo be Ihe best ,-ee lily. The entertailinient ea< I inn will be (irsl ( lass in i sped. This evening the Na'iv lers will give uiie of their I Indian drills and -Mrs. ,lam' s ! will lead Ihe war dance. M 'Ilelibling will be in charge • orchestra. A large att.-m'.an ; poel-od eacli evcninu: as '! 1 Looked are worth the visit r<, The small admission e| ti :> adults and five con:.- fur (hi;. , be the charge at t:>. .loer. flowing is the stain- ; rogram | week. Monday evening, :\';iii\. ; ' Indian drills and SUM:-. Tuesday evening, < ville. song and boys' Wednesday evening wigwam dance. Thursday evening . i.-- -hull an.I I articles ic.. each crowded ions are n in this •h even- •vi-ry re- e I iaugh- popular MeCiiilrr- ;v. Chris of the i e is e\i" ]days the fair. :HS for hen will The lot- lor the "THE KELLEY MORRIS CHAIR An -asy c: ]t t"t;.'!u's HH Coffee Your jfi-iiei'r will better if grouuU too line. v* DYES & JONES ! loading talv'.it of tlio <Uy r« •!>• ; ;-f- j-'ratn. l-'riday evening. "Tho Toy Malo-r." Saturday evenine. general F.'iect'd, Hall program of dedication Monday, recep'ion at the v;u!"'!* 1 oolhs. Tuesday C'veriinfr, mercliant;-' i vt-n- hit;. V.'etlunsday ovenlns, floral exhibit a v.-l saiO. I'r'iKVf.m *iv Thursday, Friday and Saturday (evenings will lie annou'.u-f.-d Wednesday. Among those Who make up the committees are the following ladles: Miv. Krausso, Mrs. l.eary, Mr:- •"•.•:••', Mrs. James JlcGuirc, Mrs. Mii'ilii.s, Mrs. Newhouse, Mrs. Frey. .Mrs O'llrion, Mrs. Forlier, V.Y*. '-,\1;. s. Ml-:;. Hulhling. Mrs. W"'i:-.le:-. Mrs. .lanes, Mrs. Mc-Kamy, Mrs. K!i :nioy, Mrs. Castro, Mrs. Maier, v; . '••-<•*•, Mrs. Klausman, Mrs. Wiliov, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. TlhHetts, Mrs. llarkins, Mrs .Hoskins, Mrs, M(K>re, Mrs. iluti. Mi<. Smith, Mrs. Keys. Mrs. Henfro, 'Mr-;. Ferguson, Mrs. Mortenson, Mrs. .O'Donncll, Mrs. Cani.pl>ell, Mrs. Ky- 'rainl, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Moske. Mrs. Cotehett, Mrs. Kna.pp. -Mrs. IlirUiMi, Mi-i Howcll, Mrs. Foster. Mrs. If,-!..Hui{, MfK. O'Neil, Mrs. linrUe. Mrs. ( Heloiisld. Mrs. May, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs.; Oiivis, Mrs. Xandei-K, Mrs. Coynv, . Mrs Ualnp, Mrs. M arc-hand. Mi>, I O'l'l'aro. Mrs. Teweler, Mrs. Fair. •.;;!.; Mrs. Chahono, Mrs. Shields, MJM Hewitt., Miss Tlmnions. Miss lier,;i',:i, Miss Devlne, Miss Stockle., MI-S , (•••.VHP. Miss Kliaiip. Mis- I-'ny, Mi-i CanipbC'll, Miss Cuhls. Miss II itt, Miss Hewitt, Miss O'Hric-n. Mi,« Ward, Mi^s Sirnpso-.i. . Bazar Notes, (('onununicati'd. i |i, a't fail to lie 'I.'-' 1 -.'in i'.i!> ••;: • • in;, tin-. i>p"i\;iu: li^'H. I'isplay of 'rt.)rl;s r.-ar the eiitrui^e '., ,1-,,. hall. The floral e:.hil'it will be th-- 1 ' . vr held. The Ja.patU'so i-.-foptien parlors \vi , !>.. laii-pnizi'd bteans" i.;' th..' at.- n.iitive youu? ladies In chnrp.'. U.'inenilxT you will be free at all times, to spoti-l as you feel. No soiii- P", in tin- body of the- hall. llarn'nins galore at all the booths, .l'.on't forsret to i-ur>'!i:ise your Chris 1 - mas iiroKcnts. Th" ri'!'rer-lmif!» booth is up to date. Mine lio^t Tegeln- is our j'l.ltre as to this. Tho liiK red booth contains the t.it- est iii art. Tim white and pink booth is cer- ta'tiiy fancy. It is a dream. The land of sweets at the candy '•ooili makes the children and large -'nildren at il'.at, long for more than a look. Vi-it the (jyi'sv booth and find out it you are it or no. ! .-.'; T'-rkins wauls to see you at: '.I 1 .-' country store. Potatoes, sugar, .'"., at speriul prices. ' The fish pond has a big surprise , for its customers this year. ! Hemeirbe:- th" iilaee. St. Krancl.l hall, corner of Truxtu:i avenue and I street. The McC.uire tribe ol' Indians will entertain you this evening. i Kach evuilng will be 'lerilcnted \n a ccrtiMn eleitiual color. This evening will be red and white. I How about your fifty cent change on 'be beautiful piano? Those merchants who have vrnrr- ised the ladies to be present had bet- j ter Ue> p their word as the ladies have special bargains for them. '• Come to the St. Francis bazar and i-vo a good time. Kvoryibody there '• ,':ts to uieet you and help you have, lousant evening. ' There are fifty ladies In charge of the various booths s.o you will be waited upon at once. The St. Francis booth, draped in purple, is a dream in itself. Everything pretty of St. Francis Church on ; Mile. r , ' ' Don't forget to be present for "The •Toy Maker' Friday evening. ; Something doing each evening at 'he St. Francis social bazar. . Don't forget your obligation and promise of taking Thanksgiving dinner with the ladies of St. Francis Church. Watch for the menu card later. » A Trial Loaf of Butternut Bread will convince you o)' ils thov- consiiinier. I'.: 1 : ••"'•• ', :. - '.o .V, -.vlliie, ? 1 ery light and "•'!,;• wliii a do- I licio'i:- flavor, it's the !,(>-•; MI.I 3 o'i!.i. l;i'e:'d you ;,!) ( ,;.i,i .-er.e en J your table. • * AMERICAN BAKERY A. J, Ferguson. Phone Main 228. £1 Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind i/vr.TCT^ v; .i^\T'.;•- ..:-,! \\v.\-f luflll 1 •.,.• :.l <•;• •• ' :;;ii- \ou !.a!;i- yoil niu.<t h;:Ve \\\-.< t',r.- ' i it enti-il Kern Hive;- Mill.* Kloiir. , B KERN RIVER & MILLS FLOUR

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