The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 5, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA?* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1908. TELEPHONE MAIN 33 and 36 QUALITY QUESTION ! <i>'i!ilily in every ]Ii>t \Va(••!• I'><>l fie yon buy at Baer.s; giijii'.mteo till-in fur a year, Inii they will hist for 5. All rulilicr ir'inds hoicrM i 'nin us urc snl<| Ihtit \v.-v. The Store i.'. Ejstman Kodak:.. Baer's Lending Druggists. moNAL CREST YOU WANT SOLD ONLY IN TINS <• Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfiel'J, Cal. Sole Agents Phonrs M.iln 1SG. 1717-1719 19th Every BIKE Goes Tliey must iill HO lielure Jan. 1x1 l.ii make I'linin I'm!!)()!> slock now enroute t'ruin tlie east. Our basement is full now. im<l more; coming; so this is <'in opportunity r<> own a lii^h irnnle niai'liinc for less Hum a elica]) one would cost yon at the regular price. Don 'I pass this up MS you will always reepet it it' you do. No Trash but tin- reul thing. Hueli well known makes as SNELL TEIBUNE BEADING STANDARD APPEAL PEERLESS and others. We also e'ive you over and abovo llit'i't 1 lowest prices evi'i' offered, bell, tool bag, lamp and carbide, nil ready for the match— and we fnr- Jiish Hint too. Could you ask more for vour monevf See Us Today Don't put it off till the ,.,'st arc goiu>, but blow right in imd get. the pick of the whole stock. Think of that $45 Appeal for $37.f>0. $45 Baker and Hamilton for $-'37.50. Mow doeJs that Houndt You save ononyh on one wheel to buy Santa Claus and his whole outfit. The same old place on Chester nvenuo, Bible's Cyclery 1817 Cheater Ave. St. Paul's Church. Holy communion, s a. m. Holy communion and sermon. 11 a. m. Sunday school, 0: I" a m. St. narnahas (Kern) — Sunday school, ID H. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m.. M. E. Church, South. Corner Sixteenth and H streets. Sunday school at lo a. m, nnd preaching at 11; snbjert, "ITnto the Measure of the Fullness of Christ." Epworth League at 0:30 nml preaching at 7:30 p. m.: subject, "\Vhat shall I Wear?" Come and see what these mean. A. I... Paul, pastor. First Baptist Church. Corner Twentieth and Cr streets. L. i r\ Smith. A. M.. minister. Residence |U'IO G street, phono Main 769.. Morning worship, 11 a. m. The Lord's Supper will be observed at this service. Even In? worship, 7:30 p. m. Sermon 'nplr. "The Captive." Bible school, in a. m. Prof. B. F. Slmcop, superintendent. Young men's nible study. 10 a. m. The young men Bather in a room all their own. All vounR men cordially Invited. B. Y. F. U. fi:.T> p. m. Mission study of Africa. Prayer meeting (Wednesdays) 7:30 p. m. Young Man, Cet In the Crowd. The series nr Sun-lay evening sermon lectures at theFlrstMethodlst Church ?,7i "Tho Home" are attracting •preat attention and a large hearliET. They are a message for every day living. If you are Interested In n gospel for (he times there is a message for you. The subject for Sunday evening will he "The Son—Ideal and Other- I wise." This wil be a mesage for am- ! . bilious and earnest young manhood, j j A large choir will render special mil- { I sic. MUs Jane Barber will sing. j j St. Francis Catholic. ; Second Sunday of Advent. j Tx3w mass, 7:45 a. m. Children's mass, 0 a. m. Opening of the mission to be conducted by the Jesuit Fathers at 11 a. m. with a solemn high mass. Rev. G. (1. Krund will he celebrant, Rev. Father Meager, deacon, Rev. Father I.eo, sub-deacon, James O'Hare and Peter O'Hnre acolytes, Leo Bowler, master of ceremonies. The sermon will be delivered by one of the mis- Too Late For Classification I if i.\T THE FINE WEATHER make vi"i \\aut a ranch? You can get lii : l f i acres, good house, stable, T' !:;tnl. vineyard, alfalfa, crying r:i\.-. etc., seven miles from Bale- •rslield, all for $3000. R. A. Moore, •MI.m 11, Hopkins Bldg. 110 YOT CANT ALWAYS FIND ME In my ofl\ce. I'm busy unloading BAR- C.A1NS. I've just, finished "dump- ins" civ rlit'iu'il four gnod lots In one j pluee, and three in another on I i street. I i\ow have just, one more cuni"!-. elose In on I, ill $12.50 per front pint. See me about It. R. A. j Moore, mom 11, Hopkins Bldg. 110 : \y.\NTF.l>--I!v colored man. odd JOKS I of anv Kind, an.I house cleaning in | yeneni! Polishing stoves: repairing fuvniiuri! and sioves. Telephone main :'.M. at Valley Kxchnnge. IIS 1 LOST—A brlndle hull pup. Finder 1 will please leave the animal at the Callfornla-Kern oil phone Main 1<>20. lease or tele- 113 LOST—Near York Syndleate Oil Company, one automobile jack. Finder will please telephone Main 1030 or the Hnkerstleld garage nnd receive reward. 110 I'V—From Fairfax school dig- j trlrt, one hay horse weighing about I 1200; also one dark bay horse I weighing 1050. Any person knowing the whereabouts of the animals will please telephone Main 851. 110 FOR SALE—New five room cottnge with all modern conveniences'; situated on lot 50x150 feet. Barn, i woodhousc and chicken house; 1 grape, arbor and fruit trees; plenty ' of shade. Inquire at 515 P street, Kern. 113 FOR SALE—Two breeding pens of j Huff Wyundottes. Each pen, one • eoe.Uerel and four pullets. 2029 B I street .Dalcersfleld, phone Main i 1245. S. Powers. 110 MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A FEW LEFT FROM LAST Y£AP. WHICH WE WILL SELL FOR COST HOLIDAY GOODS SEE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS A WEABER, 1822 Cheater ave Phone Main 4 A Handy List of Useful Gift For "Him" TY7E mention "Useful" girts. Let your gifts have some element of helpful™ ness for the recipient. Redlick's immense stock in the Men's Section makes choosing easy. Here's a list of forty suggestions counting the full range of prices for each article mentioned,, the number would be multiplied many times. ' COME IN ANO LOCK GVET OUR GREAT STC3K OF HOLIDAY FURNISHINGS FOR MEN. F. :•:>* Shavir.j Sets, 31.50 to $6. House Slippers, '/5c to $2.50, Fine Shoes, $3.00 to $5.00. Men's Wallets, 75c to $3.00. Men's Garters, 25c to 50c. Men's Garter and Arm Band Sets, silk elastic, 75c to $1.00. Men's Ties, foiir-in-hands, London Squares, Bats and Clubs, 25c to $1,50 each; many in fancy boxes. Shirts, golf or negligee, 50c to $5.00. Men's dress gloves, $1 to $2 Men's fur top gloves, fleece lined. SI.50. Men's suspenders, 25c to $3.50; many in individual boxes. Fancy vests, $1.50 to $5.00. Silk sox for the holidays, from $1.00 to $2.00. Men's fancy and plain sox, 12V 2 c to 50c. Men's reefers, in black, white or grey, from $1.00 to $3.00, ii Surah, Faille or Barathea Silk, Men's plain white silk handkerchiefs, 25c to $2.50. Men's silk initials handkerchiefs, 25c to 50c. Men's colored border, hemstitched silk handkerchiefs, 25c to 75c; new brown, reds, blues and greens. Silk negligee sliirts, $2 to $5. I/Ion's underwear^ $1 to $7.50 per suit. House jackets, $5 to $10.00. Bath robes, $3.50 to $8.50. Suit cases, leather or wicker, ?1.DO to $25.00. Trunks, ordinary traveling trunks, and bureau trunks and hat trunks, $3.50 to $35.00. Hats and caps, 25c to $4.50. , ifcjtfomobile gloves, $1.75 to $5. Umbrellas, 75c to $7.50. Men's white liifen colored border handkerchiefs, 5o to $1.00 each." Big assortment white linen self plaid handkerchiefs. Linen initial handkerchiefs, 15c to 35c. Initial linen handkerchiefs, 75c per box of six. Men's sweaters, 75c to $5.00. Men's sweater coats, $1.75 to $5.00. Pocket knives, 25c to $3.00. Watch fobs, 75c to $4.00. Scarf pins, 25c to $1.50. Cuff buttons, 25c to $2.50. Shirt studs, 25c to 75c. A Pair of "WALK-OVER" Shoes Would be a Mighty Nice Present for "Him" Redlick's have the exclusive sale in Kern County for the celebrated WALK-OVER SHOES. There is more geiiuiac goo dnessand style in a pair of WALK-OVER shoes than in any other shoes in this broad country. "HE" will be greatly pleased with a paivof WALK-O^ER shoes for Christnas. Thirty different styles are shown here; prices ( $3.50, $4,00 and $5.00. Attend Our GREEN TAG SALE 14 (One-Fourth,) *£ (One-Third) and (One-Half) Off Rogular Price Of Every Ready-to-Wear Garment For Women....... %^> .TT 1 ? 1 * .. /.TB •«/ ^-^tk/wwCi f&ymffi. $•$'?*•&.''**. ^V^-^-2§^ £*»&**• Toys- See our Big Display on the Second Floor F and in The Windows on !! Sire at, A Young Tag Oay Worker is Robbed of Sale of Proceeds sey made a search of the vicinity In hobo gang which Is known to hftr* Sheriff Kelly's automobile. The offend- been In aud around town for a abort ing youths tire supposed to he from a time past. One of the most despicable crimes imaginable was committed this morn! Ing when Charles Ueardsley, the 10 | year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George i Beavdsiey, residing ill 2322 Dracena ! street, was held up and robbed of the ! proceeds of his tag day Bales. Two i youths, not more than 17 years of age ;and unknown to !!:e little worker, I commit tea the ho). tup. The affair was i immediately reported to the tag day j headquarters and then to the sheriff's ;uud marshal's offices and although (searching parties from both places I were detailed on the case no success ! \vas met with in locating the mlscre- ' nuts. J The Beardsley boy was riding his . wheel on the way to his home after ! having sold four tags in the neighbor; hood. He had Just turned Into Forrest street from B when one of the two youths he noticed In front of him '• WANTED — Saleswoman for lady's ; ready to wear department. Inquire at Hochhelme'r &Co. tf stepped lip to the bicycle and grabbed i he handlebars, while the other went through the pocUets of the youthful rider and took the forty cents derived from the sale of the tags. Young Beardsley was uninjured and immediately rode home and ''vponeil the affair to his mother. The assailants ! ivore perfect strangers to him. Constable Newell and Deputy Cros- K IN WJND— eft a t1623 H street, a package of napkins. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this notice. 110 \VANTKD — Information regarding farm or business for tulle; not particular wbout location; wish to hear from owner only, who will Poll ill- roct to buyer; nlva price, description and state when possession can be had. Address U Darbyshlre, TJO.X of t'lv. for ON THE LOOKO -ive you Keen the window full -.I'l'iday souvenirs I'"! 1 your <K just ihe iliinsr. Hand Iwu's, .-es, hilt litmds and gloves. Lap -s, $:{ to $0. (..'tit sheep skin tnmriiii:, any slinde.s. 4. B. HERRXNQTOK 1R17 HATS AND SHOES THE HUB FURNISHINGS TRUNKS A Great Sale of Fall Suits $ 15 •—---— ' ._ -I.. '" --. —- . . -.-^ - - ^^ • \J For tliis week we never offered better values in .Men's Suits. Time now to buy your winter suit, for there'll be no time like the present to save. And the savings that can be pocketed now nre real, genuine savings, not eooiiemies ninde possible by a lack of style, inferior tailor work or poor materials. You can save on clothing now that measures up to the hie/d standard of excellence—and there's none higher. We quote yon values for this week that have never been equaled in any store. SelzSTToei •re made of genuine leather; they are not cheapened by the usual frauds. h guaranteed. We icll them.

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