The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 18, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, November 18, 1908
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Diamonds "vVo are not content merely with- our standing as the Uiamciim linage oi' import- micc. We urge yon to satisfy yourself by comparison of our Diamonds—their quality, their prices, with others. Our pre-eminence has been established by such critical comparison. Diamonds sent anywhere on approval. FIVE .WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. American Jewelry /-• SOLOMON & LAW 1420 19th St Kern City C^OCHXfOOOOaCKSDOOOOCi A Kern Store Burglarized The L. H. Manning Company's store on I street was entered and burglarized last night between the hour of 11 nnci 12 o'clock. This morning when Manager Shaw came to open the stovo he found the front door ajar and the broken lock lying on the floor just outside the door. He immediately made a search of the store to ascertain his loss, but owing to the large,...,... , stock they carry It was hard to find cmildrtn will take an active part one out definitely. Among • the things " which 1 (tie Evelyn Tay or will ;act | § Kern City j Entertainment Friday Night The Indies of St. Joseph's Altar Society have boon working hard for the past few weeks making preparations for their entertainment and dance to be given. Friday nlgbt lu Kaav's hall, and now have evci'jthing In readiness A very fine program has been arranged which cannot fail to please the most critical of audiences). The Tom Thumb Wedding will he an especially j Interestlne feature in which sixteen] 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. fiakersfield At '. act Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. missing were a dozen good razors, three revolvers and a dozen watches, ranging between $5 and $8 in price. Manager Shaw Immediately reported the loss to the officers, who are bus Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chon Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 l&th St., Bakersfield. Phone Main 977 . 1512 Eighteenth Street. CITY FISH MARKET A. LYON, Proprietor FRESH FISH, LOBSTERS, CRABS, OYSTERS. GAME IN SEASON AND POULTRY Prompt Delivery. as bride and Teddy Bowden, the groom. Dancing will conclude the evening's entertainment and from present Indications the affair will be! largely attended. ily working on the case, but as yet no Follcwjng is the program to be clue has been obtained. - ? rendered. Overture. • Tom Thumb Wedding; bridal party- officiating clergyman, Rev. Robert Thayer; brUe, Evelyn Taylor; groom, Teddy Bowden; maid of honor, Marie Curry; groomsman, Jack Curry; father, of bride, -Allen Woody; mother of bride, Genevleve McEnery; flower girls, Anna McEnery, Louise Tobln; ring bearer, Lizzie Dover; attendants, Louise Murphy, Creta Johnson, Josephine Tobtn; ushers, Prankle Blair, Lloyd McClure, George Bemat; wedding march, -Marcellna Noriega; numerous guests; Piano duet, Cleo and Anna Furguson. Drill, six boys. Broom Brigade, Opal Sollls an-1 twelve assistants. Marguerite Murphy and Izma Sem- jorJle; Maude Day; Opal Sollis, Helen I Campbell, Robert Thayer, May Blair and Marguerite Murphy; Ethel Coburn. Special Sale of Hats, Values to $12.50, Tomorrow We place on sale tomorrow nhoni J-J hiils that Jind made <>)' superior materials. Many arc strictly tailored effects jolliers nf :i more If you want a bargain and at the ^,<im> tiiue <j;ci ; to-datc nindi I yon should see this line. They are iietnnlly worth double «r more, and ar ever offered iietnnlly worth doubb Bakersfield at $•"). are full "f style dressy nnture. thoroughly up- c the best values n $5.00 'Net waists They am made of good ecru net —have a deep pointed yoke formed of coarse net and pretty era- broidery In medallion effect.; also trimmed with eleven strips of Val and fancy lace, ten narrow tucks anj is made in a neat Gibson effect ; has short sleeves trimmed with three strips of lace, collar and cuffs made of lace and self material; opens In the back and lined with India silk; an all round good value at our special price -.-$3,75 Hair Goods \Ve announce the.Installation of a complete assortment of Hiilr Goods. We show switches, puffs. Mil reel waves, etc., In genuine natural wavy hair. All col- nine natural wavy hair. Col- able prices. Long Cloth Coats $17.50 A full cut garment made of good quality broadcloth, in blnij. brown, tan and black f has a liijjh waist line ami plenty wf fullness from the waist down; collar and cuffs inlaid witk harmonizing velvet and trimmed with silk braid; is further ornamented with braid and large buttons; lined throughout with satin. A garment fully worth $25. Our regular hTw price is only ..•:.-. '.'. $17.4HS We carry a Fall Line; of Handkerchiefs, Purses, Neckwear, Bolts, Veils, Etc., Etc. HAMILTON'^ 2OOO CHESTtH A VS HHONC !"•',<•,IrV SO"? VI '?. i. t>i -*- LADIES TO HOLD A BAZAAR IN DICEMBER. The Little Racket Store The little store of L. T. (lodley & Co., corner 18th and Chester avenue, is still adding new lines of 5, 10, 15 and 2oe dry goods and notion specialties. Our latest will be the Richardson 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 Richardson Club Mi(l learn the beautiful art of embroidering 1 . "We t'ive special prices on many useful articles. L. '*. GODLEY & CO. IN HONOR OF HIS » EIGHTH BIRTHDAY.. Master Eddie Radebaugn celebra fed his eighth birthday today at his | parents' home, 1020 Owen street. A number of his little schoolmates were present to help him celebrate and a very pleasant afternoon was spent In enjoying games of various sorts for imrDtrwve wrr T ni? mJTPRWn which prizes were awarded. At the TURKEYS WILL BE DRESSED cloge of the atternoon the guests all On Thanks-m-im' d-iv why- not sat down to a table beautlfull ,y decor ; un i nankSRn m« ua>, w ny not ate(J wtth red crepe paperi ye iiow and let yonr horse In-dressed in one of white chryBan themums, and In the ri| mi , in rii _ B> our stylish np to date driving har- center of which was an Immense , M esdames Knudson and Lord:; parcel, j ness or street and stable blanket. — J """- j\Ve have a complete assortment of I horse goods and winter rohes, at I prices that will suit yon. I Our hest line of doe; collars -\vill j The Ladles -IT: c." the Pi;:rrlm Con' gregational church held* a meeting yesterday afternoon, at i'^e home of Mrs. R. F. Coates and It v, • * decided to hold their bazaar Decembe. ''.d and 4th in the Marsh building. The la lies have been working hard for some time past preparing articles for this bazaar which promises well. Their bazaar last year was a decided success and there Is no reason why this one should not be equally If not more successful than the last. Following were the committees appointed to have charge of the different booths: Fancy booth — Mesdames Bruce, booth, Mes- refreshments, NOTES AND PERSONALS. Word has been received that Charlie Dugan, formerly of Kern, Is the rroud possessor of a handsome ten- pound boy.^ The junior Dugan arrived at the Tucson, Arizona, home last Saturday and Is said to strongly resemble his father. Mrs. W. T. Wooaa win entertain the Lady Maccabees of Kern Hive No. 66 and their friends tomorrow afternoon at her home, 922 Ni street, from 3 to 5. The proceeds of the afternoon will go to the emergency fund. Supervisor-elect J. M. Bush return- ! Mesdatnes Du Fort an 1 Comes. The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 Ca)lforulun want a,!s.; three days, 38s. . enta as tokens of surprise you fur variety and price, j tie PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS. love from his lit- p nr p -" J* %£ aUeded * .;, .;. .;. .> .5. .> .;. ,;, ^. .;..;. .;, .-.. •-. .> .j. * f PAINT YOUR HOUSE * House painting Is my t peels!- •* *• f y. I UBS nothing cut the beat * *• materials, guarantee my work H v and charge reasonable price*. •» * I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor ..4 * 211V B ta Prime Main 172. * .5. 3, .;. {, .;. ^. q. .;. ,;. .;, ,5. .5. ^ •:• .;- .5. .{• .J MANY KERN COUNTY PEOPLE trade here. Do you? We want your business because you do better here than elsewhere and by proving this to you wo continue to Increase our business. Our stock is large an:l attracts the best class of buyers. A Few Jewelry Prices— Gent's Elgin and Waltham watches, $;-i.7fi up. Gent's Standard or New Era watches, $2,50 up. Ladies' and Gent's Elidn and Waltham watches, $r>.t)0 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—$2.50 up. Violins $2.50 up. Aceordeojis, $2.0u up. Suit Cases, $1.25 up. Trunks. $6 up. Fine guns for sale and rent. UNCLE IKE'S EMPORIUM. Wm. H. Stanton, Prop. Phone Main 1154 1406 19th St., Bakersfield .birthday cake bearing lighted can dies. The table was loaded with all kinds of sweetmeat^ which children j A GUILD MEETING, particularly enjoy. Master Eddie was j meeting of St. Barnabas Guild the recipient of many pretty pres. | y^^™^,^ at the home of the president, Mrs. Haynes, was well afternoon was spejit j up accounts after and dance. All Norine Burns. Ida Criekmer, Ida 101 llll> » 1 '^ IB "" >r " ot bcen tur " e<1 Tetzrnff, Kafherine Pauly, Alice, Dorothy and Ruth Hnynes, Harold and Leo Pauly. Harold Kaar, Ilarn- hart Robinson, Mervil Larson, Hugh , Curran. Teddy Claflln. Teddy Bodeu, ; Orren P-eloit and Llndsey Baker. i ed to Marlcopa last evening. » ,, , f <* """ c neat NOTES AND PERSONALS. Office Telephone Main 73 1 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 Chester Avenue. McCarons Art Store Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Lates t Mouldings, Best of Workmanship. New Fall and Winter Millinery <>(• unusual interest t<« women \vhoareciatehatsofdistinetive beaut ami smart styles. Geelan Millinery 1329 19th St. u'ivi'ii t lit s ivmodelinjr. ial prices A Shop full of New Goods. I i .; ^ — , The St. Barnabas Social Club will meet this evening at. the home of tin i president, Mrs. Will MncGregor. I A. A. Shaw has sold the Majestic ; moving picture show to J. Casey. ; You can get a lot In any part o! Kern. YOU have liuoo to '.Mck ironi. ! I Terms easy. Prices $^i", to $'i.nO A. ; i J. Woody. SHI Raker street. tt'i i A. L.. CHne Is a recent arrival , from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and | expects to locate In Kern. I George Taylor of Los Angeles was 'in town on business today. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Davis and children have returned after a few ; weeks' visit in Los Angeles. W. Low ni" S:in Fnuic|ne<i is in t»wu , on business. : A. C. Shr?ppard is down from .\1<>- jave. i (•«'t a lot in K'urn. Two thtiusaii'l to; piuk from. Vu.i can't nli^^ yi'Siuii.;; what you want. Terms easy, pri.-i-i: j right. A. .1. Woody. SIC Baker ><t. it' ' J. F. R ran del of MeKlttrick is a guest at the Metropole. I N. M. Dufort, night car Inspecuir, is recovering from a recent ilhicu^. W. II. Huffman has returned I'niiu , Nordhoff, where he has been working (or th" past few months, and will "'-> to work in Kern. R. H. Peeler of Coalinga Is in 'own ' for a few days. ^ Conductor C. W. Barnes of 1."- An<•«•]• •«.- tins taken a run on the hill. i BraUeman E. R. Whalen, who has ! been 111 at the Sacramento hospital, | Is reported to be •recovering. i Gard Hap is ill at the home of his j mother, Mis. W. M. Wallace Mrs, .1. O'Toole has rented her • house on K street and experts to ', '.cave noon for Los Angeles, where ; i nhe will s( end the winter. 1 j j Mrs. C. K. Darrell has returned to, Kern again after spending the pact | ( several months in Reno, Nevada ' ! Mrs. F. E. Blair of 1217 iiitKer i street, is in W ith a threatened attack 1 ni' pneumonia. ,1. H. Rose has gone to Sanncr M work and Mrs. Rose has gone to I Cimlinga on a visit, i A. B. Stlfkney, formerly aK.-i.'tan! ! superintendent of the division, Is In town from Sierra Madre, I Mrs. William Breuoh IB quite I!! at her homo on M street. I 0. D. Sells of Delano Is In (own on i business. j W. T. Snider Is In town from Me! Kit trick. i Mrs. \V. J. Downey, who has- ln-en 111 at the St. Clair Hospital for the ' past two months, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Stapp of ~2» K street I* confined to her home on account of i:l- Try Our Pies \Vc \vauf .'-mi lu jj-ivi- us an, order tin'.,•>' i'n.' I'M' 1 of our fatuous ):!]'>)(••• I'ie--, \Ve make two ?(\.•.(••; :'.' '1 >ve know Hint l!ii'\ a; 1 llu- !•• V you ean si/e. iv,' ; -:-'.; -s deep, filled with the best uiitH'e meal that can he umde, is a royal treat. "We make ;i!l kinds of fruit pies and our pound cake mid i'niil <-»k'' for Thnnkstfivini: will he tlie lii-st part of your bio; ({inner. Annett'sBakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 THANKSGIVING ESSENTIALS are «,'ood. well clothes lull abov We can («! fitting, stylish all eleai; elothes. out id! spnls, stains iind dirt of any kind, so thai your ^resent suit will nppenr like n hmn new one. Send us yomir liest suit MI* your winter ovenuiat and you surely will lie pleased at <he result. Pioneer Cleaners s.ntl Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Offlci-. 15t'j 18th St.. Phone Main 17E Works, 129-133 20th St. Phone Main 168 t C. J. Planz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. GOOD BUSINESS STANDING Tn establish a i:"<>d business standing is the desire of every merchant and mauuf'H<'- t nrer. In no bcitri 1 way ran this he diiii>' than by having slrnint liaukiuir eiinne.dtintis. Jhiv- int.' itn institution like the l-'irvt liaj'k of Kern for your depository adds linaiieiid strength. Aceoiints, s!!lije<-t td cli.'ck, invited. THEATRE UNION PRICES MATINEES SATURDAY Cunningham Ton Match Runaway

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