The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 21, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, November 21, 1908
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_* ' -. • • t j ^™ Christinas Buying has Already Begun "Women who wish to avoid the* wnl rush of last d»y shoppers aiv Imying iunv. Ivirly rhi'islmas shopping is better. You've more for select ions, your en- ui always he fin- you enn always be wait f I oil more promptly, nn<! iili in nil shopping is mop' pli'Hsureable. r.scfn! ami n gil'ts prest-nt themselves here on all sides. ••••••^••^•••{^••^•••••^•••^•••••••B [ Kern City I I I Kern City I §5 kWftwnnwfnoQOQC^^ ! &QVO&^&G^&&^<>W^ ^ S AT THE KERN CHURCHES ON THE SABBATH DAY. 1 St. Barnabas Episcopal—Sunday [ school, 1" a. m. Evening sorviceH at , 7:3n. Pilgrim at 11 a. m. ,,Xumire ol Truth"! services at 7:30 "The Ureat i of iho At^v" Eplhocpal—Sunday school nt 9:45; preaching at It and cvr-nin service at 7::jo, Rev. Damon, pa.-tor. men VS. You Are Safe at Ardizzi-Olcese Co*». est ONLY 33 MORE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. American Je vvelry SHOWMEN DO NOT i APPEAR; BAIL FORFEITED.; Harry Monnhani, Robert. Fiuudly ant] Harry Warner, the Gaiis-Nelson picture men, were to have appeared before .Judge Marion this morning und answer to u charge of battery preferred boine time ago by Geo. May, the j transfer man. aw "they failed to ap pear their bail of $25 each was for feited. Bafccrsflelil Woodmen of the World will go over to Kern in full force tonight, and will try to waive the "sister city" a little with true Woodman enthusiasm. The affair will be a stag; social and smoker for Woodmen and their friends, and the committee in charge of tho entertainment, T. F. Bnrlte. W. W. Kaye, Dr. S. F. Smith, O. J, Bundy and Waiter Edgar, promise fast ajid furious fun for two or three hours. One of the features of the evening II'* all i^t?le<I. and (he CaWoniian and ihe K<-ho will try for baseball -• tin Sunday the 20th at ttecre- I'arU. 'he proceeds to RO to the fhildren's PbrJtor. The P. T. T,, Co. donated Mi*» p:irk, and Rnlph Halm his life in his hands, •«! to umpire. Both paper- will boost for the game, and a big attendance is ti'-manded, both by th«> important nf the event and by 11;<- cond rauso j n which the game is v4 Ladies' timolv sal" at values, l-a<ii>>s * I; Hie <»om- fort - -*f * it -i' v.'tumfh of knit \\ tln*lU'!';l is ji as \vc are ofiV) v.« it t"-;;:v- OWBV Ladies' Union Suits $1.7 . 4 . * SB1.40 lo rlnve(] *. I SOLOMON O. & LAW 1420 19th St Lend Money at 7 1-2 per cent * « h r per annum on improved farm property. Long terms—easy payments. Funds unlimited. Look into the matter further and get more details. ^ • Bakersfield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. S. P. INCREASES LENGTH _^ e OF WORK DAY IN SHOPS. RENO, Nev., Nov. 20.—The Soutn- eru Pacific has established a nine hour day at its railroad shops in Sparks, after operating for years on an eight hour basis. The move was necessary because of the increased business over the company's lines, which puts extra .worK in the shops. It is estimated that $10,000 will be added monthly to t^e circulation in this vicinity by the adoption of the Sacramento basis. , Sixteen lots, south half of block 139 on E street between King and Beale; opposite Beale avenue school house. Kern. For sate ! at $65 a lot, WoulA make an Ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2616 Manitou avenue, Los Angeles, California. , • 127 Morgan and Stuart wore out in the alley practir- In* for tho i-omlng contest this morn inir, and the printers devil in the of firo IP authority for the statement that each of the players pied a fin- per and a thumb. After the practt howrvf-r, thov were thrown Into grades ;>t Mis«*V ;:> ;;;:']'• at .... Ladies' Knit Underwear ;;r>e grade at 2Sf^ $1.50 grades ;it . . . • • SM.RO Edison. He will be dressed in black and will have his gloves dipped in lamp-black. His opporient will be Battling Wh and a tonic of benzine was applied. The rear office boys the front office men were in ) say fine .Vic grades at . »>oc grades at . 85c grades nt $1.25 grades at 40* .c v at, . - at .- Children'** 76r grades Jit of Callente, and "tape when this job was finished. I OUR THANKSGIVING OFFEEINQ Fruit Cakes ! Ours is the best made. As good as mothers, and bettor when yon think of the worry you have dispensed with. oun kes! i "We want you to give us an order today for this cake. It's great. Pronounced by the famous pastry cooks of the city as the best ever. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 NOTES AND PERSONALS. The wrecker was called out this morning about 9:30 to pick up six slightly damaged cars at Bena. Masters Robert and Byron Thayer left on the noon train today for Los Angeles to s.pend a week with relatives, Mrs. B. L. Hayes and daughter, Thelma, are in from Wasco visiting relatives. Street Superintendent Hand has repaired the street crossing at H , and Baker and it is now possible for persons driving to cross without fear of breaking their buggies. On Friday next the Order of Railway Conductors will have an election of officers »' ^' fc J. Arthur Todd of Ix>s Angeles Is in town on business. A. G. Walton of Hazleton is registered at the Metropole. . Mrs. G. A. Kinlcade and children of Santa Cruz are the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. D. W. Dorman. Mrs. Al McClure Is suffering from blood poisoning in hev right hand. The Misses Fujan of Vineland are the guests of Miss Florence McKen- padded mitts will be covered with whiting. In this way the referee will be able to keep an accurate account of -blows landed. He will also have a good.chance to keep tab on any fouls which may be committed. There will, be plenty of corncob 'pipes and tobacco on hand, and it Is expected that the air will grow blue with smoke while the fun goes on. T-boce Eggert will tell one of his incomparable Chinese stories, Chairman' Etarlow will make an address, Franlc*Murphy will render a cornet solo, Dr. S. F. Smith will give a practical demonstration in hypnotism, J. R. Gist and Kid Howard will both sing and*many other Impromptu numbers will also be on the program. A special car for Bakersfield members of the order will leave the corner of Chester avenue and Nineteenth street at 7:30 p. m, and others of the members will go In rigs toKaar'shaJl, the scene of the festivities. Manager Hicks of the CaHfornian's nipe baa his colts in training for the great game and he says there's nothing to it—BO far as the result Is concerned—nothing except the netting of a fat sum for the Children's Shelter, In the Californtan'a nine, the editor In chief will don a uniform and line out a few base hits as he used to do in the years—ever so many of them— gone by. Ike Alexander and Ed Benson will be there, both having won fame on the local diamond. Ed Fussell can play ball, too, and besides there are H. A. Hicks, an old time player. H. A. Weiss, who once played short Mop for the Mil pitas nine, Earl Harris. Johnny Moore, Fred Hunter, Roy Harper, Izzy Smith, Ed Willis and Hoy Sweet, Talent? Plenty of it t and the things the boys say they 1 are going to do *o the fallows In the other print simp are mighty interesting—or will be—If they do It. On the Echo's nine are H. G. TODAY .10 pnr cent dUcount on all shoes in our »«rjrr Shoe Depart ment. Furnishing ^ Ten per cent off on all Overalls, Jumpers and TromMra today, an'a we wish to call your attention to a large line of John B. Stetson Hats, which we have just received for the holidays. ri IVib out on goods. and patterns. all woolon All H. M. Kelster of Porterville is a visitor in town. O. W. Kofahl is in town from Mar- Icopa. *-»«Mrs. A. W. Hess has returned Ivom a visit (o Hanford. Miss Isabel Waldon, teacher of the Vineland soliool, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldrou of the Drnry addition. j F Carver of the Kern furniture Company, who has been 111 for the past week, has had a relapse and is now in a very serious condition. Mrs. Walter Cochran has gone to Tulare to visit relatives. Contractor A. W. Hess is building a small cottage for Tom Jaynes on I street. Mrs. W. R. Mongerson received a telegram. last evening informing h«r of the death of her father, who has been residing In Coallnga, and she left for that point this morning. Mrs. W. B. FtiBsell is in from Button Willow and Is a guest at the Me- tropole hotel. Mrs. P. A. Murray .and son. Will, are in from Wasco, visiting the for- mer'o parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Hess. i Mrs. H. V. Borden is a recent arrival from Tacoma, Washington, and expects to spend the winter in Kern. The S. P, pay checks were distributed today In the different departments. The Ladles Auxiliary to the 0. #. C. held a special meeting this morning in the K. of P. hall. • Mies D. Davis of McKUtrlck is guest at the Metropole. P. Edwards of Coalinga is in to for a few days. Stuart, Wallace Morgan, Wm. Henry, G. D. Willaman, R. B. Millard, M. De Groot, Harry Warren, Earl Wear, Sam Church, "Blondy" Church, Bill Fraser, "Dutch" Meyerhofen and Earl Russell. Traveling Agents Shout and Ross of the S. P. general passenger office In San Francisco, were iu town today. THIS IS THE CAR HAVE •$• * * * •!* * •$•»>*!• *;• •> PAINT YOUR HOUSE House painting Is my specialty. T use nothing but the beat mnterialfc, guarantee my work * and charge reasonable pr*.ce». > I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * A * ** i ! MAIN Rem am •» ^"ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE WERE MUCH ENJOYED. The entertainment and dance given last night by the ladies of St. Joseph's Altar Society was attended by a fairly large and enthusiastic audience, Thtf>llttle folks in the Tom Thumb ! wedding acted the part of jrrown ups j In natural manner and they proved ; to be the hit. of the evening. After! the conclusion of the program danc-1 Ins was enjoyed until a late hour. | The ladies expect to add a near lit-' tie sum to their treasury as a result af the entertainment. "D ICTTUE frfuiios to or^ dor. \Vo call at your liomc with samples ami Prices on implication. Me Car on's Art Store. Office, M. 731. Rea. Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Ave. Singer Office SEEN YOU "Thirty i HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Prtcne Main 257 Bakersfield 1313 19th St. bc-J w ro»i iwi-nty ihouBnnd other Cadillac cars which It KI.HIIKH ImfiH-dhilely into f,ill-fleclse<I ^^li^, If IKS of oHHTB at twice and thrict- tlu- pric-, I^CHIIH,' it is the out- an.l [ VvoluiUm of a factory equipment, HIM a f;.<-r«ry coht millious in thy milking. our onler n.iw. First, car load nlrc-a»ly Hold. ' We have a few second hand bargains Cadillac, one cylinder. 1907 two cylinder Tourist. Two Cylinder Reo, with top. Two cylinder Maxwell. akersf ield Auto (Trade for horses). 19th and O Sts. Tel. Main 1260 attress OUR WINDOW Very Best Pound Pure Floss Mattress Tonight C. J. i'Janz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier OObD BUSINESS STANDING cry ni*')'(;liinii ami in; An Advance in Silk Floss Will Prevent Any Such Cash Prize Saturday. Nov. 21 tuivr. In no h.-tter way <-aii ii; - i!<<rir !i);in by having '' • T';,t)l\ \l\C <'"lUH't'1 'lulls. I ' i M .j an institution liK'" i« v Tst H;;nk "T Kern f'.r > st i Capital $jO,0(K).DO. Values in r uture •y

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