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November 23, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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'THE BAKERSFIELD CALTFORNIAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. TELEPHONU3 MAIN 39 and 86 Thoughts of Christmas Make a mile of this we -hall slock some new [iil'l ar- .H'les this year (hiit y.m will i '. -h to investiurate early. ! In i e will be many a sur.,;•' .• iiere for early buyers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's e.T'inj Druggists. Amusement MANUEL SERRANO Mnirr. 100 Yds. a Day on Aqueduct Charlie Ko.-hn. m.iyor of Kane .,|>i-lims, informs us thai he took a look at the ai|iiotlnce workers one day recently wln-n In Mojuve. The canal Is finished tor some distance each Hide of the rellroiid all but covering, and n uaiiK of nii-ii an 1 worklni: with n Hteam ^mvel on e;icli side making the excn- x.tllon. Thins* look lively mil that way. f-ffbey were making 100 yards n day. ' ' /'• There are llve"*or six catnim along the lin«' iif Hi'- canal ln-tween Mojuve I he Sixteen Mile Him.-"' nild alto- id MX or seven hundred men are •it \voik on that section. Mike Dolnnd. , tic-mi" I', of Raii'lsliuru'. had charge of j til.' lii>t .mmtj i" nii'ii, who finished i till- ln>t lutitii-l. a short one. iilonit the! •Ahull- llni> ol thi 1 canal.-- KaiidsburK | M ini-r. Would Incorporate Tehachapl. The time to I'mht is when there Is -nuiieihiim i" Unlit tor. Kveryone did I his best duriiii: the rei-ent political, campaign. Th: ' i.- no'-v a M-mory, but j jii-.d-e an- nth'-: lights umch may lie | taken up with e<iu:il in!.'fi-- ! t by the i '•••-iilonts of Teh.icli;iji! tint would be 1 1 of m-i'itt urvatn.i-' 10 our tuvn find community. Almost every 'lv, some ' one is h.-iird I" ::• -!-•> i-.i-iMliilnl of the 1 'he (Hi' 'itioit of so:,. ' ^'iV'-t, sidewalk ; ni- alley. Tin- ri-ii'.' b loi ill these lit- I 111- ill- is to inrorpo!-.i'i> the town into | a city of the Mxtl> class and put the cvilro uovcniinont iin-ler local conlrol. -T< inahawk. —-A Desert Mine. Movinn plctiiv s •(.. .Mi:'.' <n- ! V. N fuddeback srn-nt several days ,.-•• \Yc-lnes'l'.v ..-..-'!n; In Ui: , , ,,ny tin, v., .'.. eivcstieatin,' some fields Associated Club House, I m'mimj properly on t'.ic Mojavc j'.eseit I San oiiquln Lease. near Catehme Cu-ek In the backerj b.m luin , ^^ ^^ twf> ]iiU(is (i!)st of chump) Kiilch. Mr. Cmldcback found evidence | of ill" presi-nce of Rival quantities ol , a hl«h srade of biilverine, but tin 1 ; ledue Is of such dimensions that lliere ; is rnotn for iuan> other equally valu | aid'.' substaiK-es.-'-Tomahawk. | Gone to Desert. I .1 A. liurnal. .Ir . left here this sveek ' l',,r Handad. I'roiii where he will su | lierinteinl the assessment work on a , Ki-niip of -I'.i claims t'.-ar when- .1. \V. Munay met death from thirst a yeai'j an.I a half a-;o. The property had been | 1 lorati"! -by an asociation of Tehaehapl : men and the I'tal trip w-as for the pur-j 1 pose of developing the prilpel'ly. which , .shows uood v.lines in copper and goH. ! —Tomahawk. G Thanks Redlick 1 Notable among the new arrivals in women's Tailored Suits ordered especially for the Thanksgiving trade, are thirty long coat suits, striped and plain suit- ings in the very latest shades. The regular value of each garment is $22.50 our special Thanksgiving price for Tuesday and Wednesday More Voile Skirts at Bargain Prices 'Phone Main 977 1512 Eighteenth Street. CITY FISH MARKET j A. LYON, Proprietor , FRESH FISH, LOBSTERS. •.CRABS, OYSTERS. GAME IN SEASON AND POULTRY ,Prompt Delivery. IATIOHH. CREST DREAMLANDERS LOSE AT POLO TO 3CUMA TEAM. YOU' 'WANT "IT ! SOLD ONLY* 1N~TIN=> Bakersfield Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th The Dreamland polo team was, ...mse-ewd in Selma Saturday night, I •he northern team scoring three goals. | Tin.' «ame was not so one-sided as , the score would seem to show, how- | ever, but many close tries for the { Selma basket were missed by Dream-j land's forwards. On Saturday night and Sunday of Ibis week the Selmas will play two'] n-iurn matches hr-re. i Mrs. Andrews .vtn resume her 1 ilani-ltii; .lass. Tho^.> wishing to at.'end may riiit; up Main Mi>7 or call at L'l I I TxV"lll!el|l Streel. !)rt ; Mr. and Mrs K M H.cKer and I'am ' i!> an- recent arrlxal.- from Seattle and expect to make their home in K.-MI. NOTICE TO HORSEBRE^DERS. Positively no advancement in service fee of the stallion Richard It for the season, r.iu'.i. Those being inform •ril a;-, to advancement In price are i misled ! 107 DR. SEARS. V- 8. THE HUB On the Corner "9th and I Sts. THE HUB On the Corner 19th and I Sts. WE ARE AFTER THESE "CAN'T BE PITTED" FELLOWS. To the stout man, the slim man, or to any man who thinks that he can't be fitted with a ivad-to-wear suit, we have a message of comfort. Bring your suit troubles hero. We have a cure—clothing that will fit you perfectly. Don't scoff, Mr. llimlfitter; put us to the test; try our clothes. That's all. i , V e .Mide.l '2<\ voile skirts from ivuuli'.r *t"ek to the ^M,,,!,. skirts we received « f.-w -hivs »|:;; |''««" tlu- enst. ., , sale tomorrow nt ONK K«'l Kill OF?—most.", few cream and dark colors. All arc new models. ,'.'.'. ' t |, ( . popular "Directoire" skirts. Your choice to- l\ ONE FOURTH OFF. $10 Walking Skirts Tuesday, $5.00 v ,,„.,,,„,,(,. nn.vl.ase of 38 skirts came yesterduy from our "'v..rk buver-all are sample skirts he bonpht from n ',,.,'r. of liitfh uradc crarments-matcr.als i.rc Panama •;, , ,'n'suiti.nrs. in plain and fancy wenvcs. all des.rable ,'.' "iJ.-unlar values arc up to $10. Tuesday your choice tor Furs For Thanksgiving A Thanksgiving outfit without a fur scarf is incomplete—• perhaps you have planned to treat yourself to one for Christmas; why not "DO IT NOW" and get double enjoyment from it. Redlick's stock of Fur Scarfs is, right now, at its best—will vou come for vours tomorrow? Thanksgiving Shoes, For $3.50 Shoes for dress wear made <>i pa!-'.' I:' 1 '- '"' viri kil1 ' with ti|> or plnin toe. Cnlmn heel, luitei fifin-d. nui.!.- "Ver very stylishly shaped lasts, in all \vidtl.~ I' 111 ' 1 ' -- 1 -'' 1 'If you desire a h....t for K'enentl ^-v. y-u will I'" 1 ' In-ivwrnic excellent values, in patent colt ski'.. •>' ki'l. I""" » r llll ' Hl{ ' r style, Cuban heel, extended sole, i,,-;- -n tli.- newest lasts. Price ^.."A A Sale of Table Linen Kedlick's uatheriiiir of Thanksur. greatest in Kern Omity, price* r,v Napkins to in;iU-Ti. Tl'KSDAY we nlTer at Special > ('i.'ie Table l.iliell. ''>> iliebe> \\ i.le. : s."ie Table Lin"!). (!•> inches \\ide. I'.ivth uTitd'--. .-.re full bleneh,.,i , • Table I.incn is the , '>"iii ."in,- to ^'-'i it yard. f. i, yard 49c. i-. .-, yard. 69c ei.lle- ill Very eh.lice pat Our Magnificent Thanksgiving Millinery Showing All day today the department was literally thnmired with enthusiastic women, simply entranced with the beauty of our snpet'b millinery display for Thankseiv- int! 1 . M" ''very sidi? were shown - and will be auain tomorrow--the most exquisite conceptions from Paris, side by side witli I he most feteh- inti styles IVi'iii New York and our own wurkrotnn. An elil i-iiiicill" ii^^i-niblai:e ill- deed. Choice Groceries for Thanksgiving After :,„ Hie true ThanUs,.,.,, festivity center abon, ,ood eatin,, and REDLICK'S , .Ri.CKKIKS come as near mee.in, ev- „„„,„„„„•,, „,,„, IIS it is possible for any one store to provide. The freshest of eonntry product-, nuts ,,l all ktmls. bes, e,an- at Redlicks, but you in-t Trailing Stamps with every purchase. Shall we send you some of the following? Just phone, Main 15. CRANBERRIES—Choicest Cape Cod. MINCE MEAT-Frenh shipment of Helnze and Atmore's. In jars and bulk NEW APPLE BUTTER—Be sure to try some. SWEET CIDER—In any quantity. NUTS—Uirne Supply of new nuts, all kinds. PLUM PUDDING-Atmore'*. Ubbbv's and Franco-American Plum Pud. NEW CITRON, LEMON and ORANGE PEEL. NEW PRESERVES, MARMALADES. JAMS and JELLYS, that conform with the pure food laws. NEW DATES, FIGS and RAISINS. LOBSTERS, SHRIMP and SALMON Cor salads. OYSTERS for dressing. NAVAL ORANGES and MOUNTAIN APPLES. 'SWEET, SOUR and MIXED PICKELS, CHOW CHOW ami Table Ishos. OLIVES—Ripe, green, and stuffe.t CHEESE—Rockford, Edam. Impoi'ted and Domestic Swiss. Oregon Cream, Eastern, Young American and California Cheese. EGGS—Strictly fresh ranch eggn. A Thanksgiving dinner is not complete without.a cup of Redllck's "Nob Hill" Coffiee. Hundreds of Toys and Dolls on Second Floor Are waiting for new owners. Will you select yours tomorrow? You ; avoid disappointment My an early selection. We will lay them j aside for von until ('lirUtnms. ' SEETHE BIG TOY WINDOWS ON I STREET. DAYTON AN EX-CONVICT A letter from !'i< Sacramento sheriff's office, contains iho Information that William Dayton, accused of Inveigling Aiigustluu Diist'cre, the 16- year old Kern girl, Into accompanying him and his supposed wife to Los Angeles, and keeping her there lu detention, served a six years' sentence In San Quontln for arson, under the name of William Downing . Dayton's penitentiary number was 4147. He started Uls sentence July 27, IS'JT, and was released July 27, 1903, receiving no credits for good behavior. Dayton, It will be remembered, was arrested In Sacramento, where he was working for the Southern Pacific In their shops, upon advices from the local sheriff's offlo?. When he was arrested his face seemed familiar, and an Investigation showed that he was In fact an ex-conviot. Dayton's preliminary examination oa the rape charge will be held Wednesday before Justice Black. TO BE GIVEN AWAY. i Fifty turkeys are to be given away ' 'u the Opera Cafe, under Scribner Op! era House, every afternoon and even- iing until Thursday evening, Novem-j ! her 26th. Dooslng & Mlnchln, pro- i j.rietors. 101 Mrs F. B. Wallla and son have irone to Fresno to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. BORN. Mrs. G. W. Cruise Is visiting friends in IMS Angeles and expects to remain several days. KUEHN—In Kern, Nov. 2». 190S, to Mrs. Seth Cook Rees will preach Mr. and Mrs. Davia Km-hii, a son. this evening at the Penlel Mission. • * ' * All are Invited to attend the meeting. Callfornlan want ails.; three days,^c. FOR SALE EUCALYPTUS TREES | 3,000,000, Leading Varieties Eucalyptus Lund and Timber ll'ompanv, Edward C. Cribh, 1'res. ,\V. S. Thatcher, See'q. 123 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, C'al. •^ A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 find 24, block :'.!». on Q street, between Kins "iid Baker streets, Kern. Price $450. .Terms If desired, *V5" flrst payment; balance 1, 2, 3 years. Write to Leigh Thornton. 531 North Boylston Street, Los Angeles, California. MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLA88 MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. David Garr!ck< special comedy) "All for a Butterfly (comedy) Railroad Detectives (special) SONGS—"Two Little Girls Loved "The Actor's Child (drama) One Little Boy" "On the Banks Hubby's Vacation (comedy) of the Old Mill Stream. Entire change of program Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon.

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