The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 2, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 2, 1908
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Have Your Christmas Engraving Done Now It's JUKI ns easy now to come in nit'l select, your Christmas presents ;-s it is later on—and especially those that need en- gnr.Inc;. You have all oxperlenoerl the haril time you've liad in petting presents engraved the lust few days liofore Christmas—avoid that this year by buying your (.'hrlKtniMK gii'ts now. You'll have more time for selections, the Christmas crowd will not he here, the engravers will have more time and you'll find it better all around. Our store is brimming over with useful and appreciative Christmas gifts. FOUR WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS American Je welry Co SOLOMON . & LAW 1420 19th St 00: I Kern City ' NOTES AND PERSONALS. We Lend Money at 7 1 -2 per cent per annum on improved farm property. Long terms—easy payments. Funds unlimited. Look into the matter further and get more details. Bakersfield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. Kern City ( LadJGS Open Their Bazaar Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bader have e;one to Jackson, Michigan to reside. J. C. Fisher is In from McKlf.rick. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sansomo came in from Ollcenter yesterday. Mrs. T. M. Spateh left on the noon train todai' 'for Los Angeles, There she expects to under,™ :\n operation .1. P. McFnrUine of Mojuve is a vis Itor In town. Sixteen lots, south half of block 139 on E street between King and T3eale, opposite Beale avenue school •house, Kern. For sale at $65 a lot. Would make an Ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2616 Manltou avenue, Los Angeles, California. 127 Mr.;. E. V. Kred of Tehachapl is a guest at the Mctropole. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bruce expect to leave soon for a month's visit in Kentucky and New Orleans. G. R. Turner of. 703 P street, has moved to Bakersfield. *-•-• ! EBELL CLUB ENTERTAINED | BY MISS CAMPBELL. Last evening Miss- Helen Campbell entertained the Ebell Club and a few gentlemen friends at her home on K street. The affair was in the nature of a hard times party and all the guests came clad in ragged and patched garments. Dancing, and a minstrel show served to furnish the evening's diversion and jolly good music was enjoyed by all. Those present were Miss Florence McKenzie, Miss Maude Day, Miss Josie Semorlle, Miss Margaret Alstaeter, Miss Rosle Cuneo, Mrs. W. O. Davis, Miss Ethel Warren, Chas. Premo, Frank Day, Bailey Gipner, Benj. Cohn, .1. L. Semorile, Albert Cuneo, Harry Douglas, Kenneth Campbell. F. L. BURKHALTER GETS A DESERVED PROMOTION. F. T.. Burkhalter, for tho past two years the resident engineer at Kern, has heen promoted to the position of resident engineer iit Los Angeles and H. B. Tlicomb. resident en- Rineer at l.os Anpeles, has liec'ii appointed to succeed A. D'Heur, as district engineer. i .;' Aid <,: the Pilgrim dm- rh'irch opened their lia/..iar tills at'teniocn in the basement of their n-'\v chnvcii. This I'VenhiK, bepiiiiiiim at 7:30 thci-!' will be a short program J'.ii'l tomorro-.v niirht a sacred o<mr< ••• will be iiivni. The following is the .inii'ia;-.) tr ,. rendered tonlitht: Guitar siUnion, Mrs. Gruztm.tki'i- an;l Mrs, Smith: vocal solo. Miss Kssie Hardison; reruns, Miss Helen (':inip- bell; vocal solo. A. W. McRae; or,i>N *••"!<•<•: |"M, Mil's Burnluim Hunt: iv-ni ill-:. Mis-; Mnticlo Day; selection by nii'le ijnartf ite. TO GIVE SOCIAL DANCE. The P. N. G. Association of Rebek- ahs will give a social dance at Kaar's Hall on Friday evening, December 4. Admission, 26 cents. Brerjrbody invited. ' 107 The Bon Bon for HOT DFllNKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 FOR SOLID COMFORT Go to the GRANADA HOTEL Sutter and Hyde Sts. San Francisco $3.50 per day American plan. Headquarters for Bakersfield. Kahler Says: Compound Syrup Eucalyp- tus with Muriate of Ammonia is an absolute safe and a mighty handy preparation to keep in the house. A valuable remedy for Colds, Bronchial Catarrh, Spasmodic Croup and all diseases of the air passages. When every home in Bakersfield has a bottle of it on hand there will be a great deal less coughing. * Remember that we are headquarters for Guaranteed Rubber goods—At right prices. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th & I 8U, WE NOW HAVt STEAM HEAT UNION THEATRE _.... •-•-:-•—-MAIN 128—- — :-- PRICED TOo, 25c, 35c, MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, '<. Cunningham Go. to Remain Tonight Sowing the Wind EXTRA ATTRACTION—On Wednesday evening the company will make up for their various characters in full view of the audience. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock. DRUIDS ARE ABOUT READY TO BUILD. The Druids are aboiu to begin build j Ing on their proposed new hall. The contract has been let for some time, but there has been some trouble concerning the title to the land on that account the work has not been going ; on. Yesterday the paper clearing the I title was receive.! from France, and i now there is nothing to prevent the j work from beginning nt. once. i YOUNG MAN STEALS j SEVERAL PAIRS OF TROUSERS ! FOR RENT—Five room cottage; Yesterday afternoon a young man i large lot; convenient to car line, giving the name of Frank Wade walk-1 Suiter & Co., 1920 I street, Main ed into the Ardizzi-Olcese store and j 1434. 105 while no one was looking helped him-1 ----•——— self to five pairs of trousers, which he * UK SALE—Good stowed under his coat and calmly as could be walked out the front door. As he was making his exit one of the girls In the store "noticed that he had a large sized bundle under his coat and she immediately hastened to tell Special Price Inducements Throughout the ENTFRE STORE My choosing your new suit, hat, waist. M<; r t ,, r ,.,, will mil only see a finely selected stock. l»ii will LM < i our extraordinary values. Kv'-ry unrnient !),.)•,. j s 'di rect -distinctive, and pri'-eil a full f \vi-ni \ i\ e p..|- ,.. mil prices. Note the items mentioned, but conic •:.; .'!:;L: !.> -• stock priced iiccordiusjly. ,( ],,,,.,, ,. OVt .. benelit ol -nluti'lv cor- ..; .inder us» six-room house •with bath; large barn, berry patch; young orchard. All in good condition. Price reasonable with easy terms. Suiter ft Co., 1920 I street, "Main 1434. 105 the manager of the store, but by that time the fellow had gottenout of Bight He went down Baker street and as he was turning down the alley by Wilson & Carlson's saloon, Marshal Badger, whose attention was attracted to Wade by some bystanders, followed him and placed him under arrest. The TOME A RUNNING if you want it- five pairs of trousers were found on i *> mom house, East Truxtuu avo- him and charges of burglary were j nue, $12 per month. R. A. Moore, placed against him. j FOR RENT—Barn. Room for four torses and mow for three tons of loose hay. Corral 25x122 feet. Float valve water trough. See Dr. C. H. Fox, the dentist, corner Twenty-second and I streets. 110 room II, Hopkins building; phono Main 433. 107 HAMILTON'S LIVERY RATES ON AND AFTER DECEMBER FIRST. Following will be the rates at all stables in Bakersfield and Kern after December 1, 1908: BOARDING. Single horse, per month $18 Two horses, per month 36 Box Stall, per month 20 LIVERY RATES. Single horse, steel rimmed buggy, per day $2.60 I Single horse, rubber tired buggy, ! per day 3.00 j Fifty cents extra on Sundays and j holidays. Pole team, per day $4.50 Surrey, per day B.OO One dollar extra Sundays and holidays. Hacks for funerals $8.00 Three-seaters for funerals 6.00 Busses for funerals 7.00 t! LOOK AT THIS—House, bnrn, windmill and tank, S2 feet lot, on corner SMth street, for ...ily $800. See R. A Moore, room 12, Hopkins blrtg. phone Main 433. 107 I WANTED TO RENT—Saddle horse and saddle, also four good mules or horses, harness and wagon for use in oil fields. Address G. P. L., this office. 110 mount CREST "Has your husband a fad?" asked the fashionable sluiiimer. "A fad, mum?" "Does he collect anything?" "Oh, yes, mum; he collects ashea." —Pittsburg Post. HARD TIMES SOCIAL To Be Given by the Congregational Boys' Club of Kern FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 4, 1908 Everybody invited. Come in your old clothes. Prizes given to the best character. Basement of Congregational Church, corner King and M streets, Kern, California. Admission 25c YOU r> VVANT IT I SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfield Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Good- Groceries \Ve have ihfin. Our slock is eomplete and \vc would be pleased to have you call or ^ivc us an order for anything in Ilie L'foeery line. Our stock of liquors is Mi- ways kept up to ihi' stand- anl. \o\v that. Christinas tiiii' 1 i* nt'iir and you want to put in a supply ot' frond 1hi;j'.!~. to rat and drink don 't U'ui-iy about where yon an 1 L'oiiijr, to e;et it. Just 7V- 1!H'I.'.''••!' Pasqtiini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 055 Prompt Delivery. C. J. "Manz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. GOOD BUSINESS STANDING To csta.l>lNi a L'ood husna 1 --'' standing j.s tlie desire of < \ • cry inecchant and manu!'."'- turer. In no better way can thii be done than by having stroii},' leinkin^ connections. Having fill institution like the First Bank of Kern for your depository adds financiiil strength. Aowiunte. Kubjeut to chock, invited. Oapttal $50,000.00. McDonalds i F amous Candi ics We ha ve ji!..,f put in a line el these iiiii' candies awai'deil five u r o)d iiic-dals throughout the world for quality. Try some. Annett's Bakery 1627 10th St. Phone M 390 2000 CHESTER AVE. AT 20t» TAILOR SUITS Pretty Models $22.50 A stylish tailored coal made of hard finished worsted in a neat stilpe «?r feet. The coat is 37 Inches long an« Is lined with black satin; hits a loosr single breasted front and a semi-ntlet buck; is plainly made with mannish collar, lapels and cuffs, inlaid wUfe black satin; has n good fitting fill 1 gored skirt, trimmed with '.two bin* foot straps. Stylish Suits at $25.00 A pretty Dlrectolte model, made off a smooth finished worsted tit a vena- fine quality, has a coat 36 lucliea ions, nicely trimmed with sntlu button a a/io small tailored tabe, pretty directolrr lapels, and a mannish collar inkiii with satin, has'deep back slashes. long sleeves and turn back cuffs, also Hurts with satin; has n full plaited sWfl with n panel front; irlmme'd with pointed bias folds. See the Pretty New Millmtry $5, $750, $JO Tailored They embrace a variety of authoritative stylos, seemingly without end. • All the late pretty effects-—the new colors, colorings and combinations are most alluring. The trimmings are exquisite-all kinds of feathery effects and plumes, combined with ribbons, velvets, etc,, in most stylish el'- t'ects. The prices are most unusually low and we earnestly invite your inspection soon. Hats Trimmed to Order. Skirts All are pretty and stylish. Splendidly made of n very fine quality of Panama, in colors, black, navy and brown. • One STLYE is plain gored and form fitting; has n M>nnel front; is trimmed with three small bins folds and self buttons; well made; cut on good lines and'sure to give complete satisfaction. These skirts are ronlly wortl? $10, but they are offered here, altered to fit. for only ..-.$7.60 Ward at Jail. John Ward, the aqueduct worker! '; who was arrested at Kernville Monday j ' by Constable Bert Hlpht for an at- j tempted niurdor at the Cottonwood power plant In Inyo County the week ' before-, was lodged In ibe county jail last night. He lias little to say. He ' does not deny the shoot Inn and ex- j presses little concern over the <-ondl tion of his victim. Ward will he taken south tonight by Sheriff Naylor Deputy McDonald. Ten Days For Begging. fins Storay and Charles Krlley (•ommitifd to the jail this afternoon-** serve ten days etich for begging. ITSfBy were Hi-rested by Constable StrobtO and sentenced by Justice. Marion fit Kern. Don't be Late for the Whittle. Goto6eo,'L. Snider and buy a u may iua!\i-, as every BICYCLE I am Closing out all '08 models at a Great reductoion liicycle in my. Moiv is "A I" ; r!i-!r .>!' tlv LTade. Tires! .I iNl \<-<'< iv. il a fir-.ii -liipment ol' the hesl. 1 your lire Inisini's.- : I i-a'i take i-are oi \mi in a way that will lie satisfactory. 'I'lh' Holiday- .H'.- •>'.] n-,. \ .jiii'slion is, \viia! tn ^el for that present ^i-lri-l soiii'-'lrir; I. -ni'licial illltl lisei'i,!. Xothillj; liftlec than a Hi"-, «•!(. Get Something for a home entertainment an Edison Phonograph ^""•^•i^^ is the prop.'i- arPde. Have 1 W o| iheni? I!ct you. Call and -••" :in>l I"'!"' them, the up-to-date. I'lay hoth the lute Ajnh.Toi or I minute, aiul the Cold Mould or :1 minute records. 1 <' ml 1'caihi -teis for Kdismi phdimuTHphs niid records; the ! iruv-,i and most eoniplnto stock in Kern county. I -..•:! Kdison I'hoiioirniplis on installments. • | "" 1 '' 'i^ed a lar-.'e shipineiM of Xou-o-phoii,. n.-nnls; u ll! "-I1 at a !'ei|llcei| priee. I ;-l.>u have a select assortment of pocket eutelrv; alMi rn;: ors. 1 lie liest ever. I .ill and examine my line, will be pleased to see and show you. liicycle atul THlkinsr Machine n-pairiny a specially. A nice line of Cabinets for Kdmon ch'cords in stock. GEORGE L. SNIDER Phones Main 295, Main 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cal.

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