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MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN Only 1 5 More Days to • Christmas ! START XMAS BUYING NOW j Our store is just brimming ] over with useful and appreciated Christmas gifts.] Early selections are al-j ways best. American Jewelry Solomon A U«w 1430 19th 8t We Lend Money 7 1-2 per cent per annum on improved farm property. Long terras — easy payments. Funds unlimited. Look into the matter further and get more details. Bakersfield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mar. Chester Ave. and 19th. St. Baaement NOTICE. I hereby give notice tbat I am na longer connected In any way whatever with the Louvre saloon or the management thereof. 107 CHARLES RUSSELL. Mrs. Andrews wJJl holfl an evening dancing class at Woman's Club hall on Wednesday, December 9th, at 8 o'clock. For information telephone Main 1407. 107 C. J. Berry ana H. F. Berry were arrivals from the north this morning. Hair that really Is hair. The only full line of hair goods In the valley. Anything made or repaired. Bleaching and dyeing. Phone 117. 517 K street. 108 I Kern. City I C85«OCWCH3CK3C83CH3aCHXH»aO!UCK>D Prominent Kern Couple Weds At 6:30 last evening Harry V. Miller and Miss Margaret 'Alstaetter, two of Kern's most popular young people, stole a march on their man.v friends and were quietly married at St. Paul's church by Rev. D. M. Crabtree. Although It was generally known that the wedding was to take place some time In the nea> future It was not expected that it would take place so soon. After the ceremony, an elaborate wedding supper was served at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. A. M. Johnston uncle and aunt of the bride, at which only the relatives w/ere present. Mr. Miller Is an esteemed young man and during his comparatively short residence In Kern has made a host of friends both in a social as well as a business way. He was manager for the Ben Heney Company's store in Kern until the L. H. Manning Company took charge of It, when h« resigned and occupied a position in the resident engineer's office. Later he resigned that position and IB now head bookkeeper for Arttlul *• Okeie, The bride is a charming young lady and during the two years she baa resided in Kern has made herself a general favorite among the younger set, and as a member of the Ebell Club took an active part in all their social affairs. The young couple will go to housekeeping in a cozy little cottage at 1026 I street and will be at home to their friends after December 9th. Ladies Aid to Meet. The Ladles Aid of the Pilgrims Congregational church, will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the basement of the church. All members are requested to be present as there will be comforters to tie. Has been In see us already and left toys galore. Bring the little tots in and their delight will tell you what to get them for Christmas. We have everything their: dear Uttle hearts couJd wish for, and onr prices, too, will please you. " , NOTES AND PERSONALS. J. T. Hanilln of the S. P. freight house force has resigned his position. The ladles of St. Barnabas \ulld will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of the President, Mrs. J. D. Haynes; Mrs. R. E. Williamson and son have returned from Lindsay, where they have been visiting friends. T. B. Cullingan has resigned his position with the S. P. Company and has gone to Chicago to reside. William McGregor la down from Fresno and has taken a position as fireman on the switch engine. C. Moore came In from McKlttrick last night (o spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Moore. L. V. Olcese returned from Los An- BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE »OBT. G. BARTON, Manager Two Nights Monday Dec. 7 , BARR PRESENTS The La Salle Co. —IN' HAL REID'S MA The »Seouts —IN— HAL REID'S MASTERPIECE Tueseay Dec. 8 A SOUTHERN ROMANCE THIS ORGANIATION CARRIES ITS OWN BAND AND ORCHESTRA A,ND PRESENTS A FIRST CLASS VAUDE- VILLE PERFORMANCE BETWEEN ACTS. Prices, 25c, 35c and 50c. Buy Seat* Saturday. Wednesday Dec. 9th. The Two Happy Boys, Dixon and Bernard, in HANS AN' NIX 30— EXTBAOEDINAEY COMPANY 0* —30 And the Original Dancing Dolls, Massive Scenic Sets and Elaborate Scenic Equipment. GIRLS PUN Priws '. MNV M* Tie, and $1 geles yesterday. Mrs. Bernard, mother of James Bernard, who has been quite ill, is reported to be improving. Mrs. R. R. Rosenberger has returned from a visit In Sacvamento. H. L. Williams of McKlttrick Is a Visitor in town. Trainmaster Croy returned this morning from Los Angeles. Brakeman E. R. Whalen has returned from the Sacramento hospital. A. Fraser went to McKlttrick today on Robustness trip. C. H. falrchlld and son Harold returned from Los Angeles this morn- Ing on No. 7. Mrs. R. C. Ball and children have gone to Los Angeles on a visit. Chief Dispatcher J. H. Sheridan returned yesterday morning on No. 7 from Los Angeles. Robert Willicr.iaoa has resigned his position as brakeman for the S. P. Company and will leave in a few clays for the oil fields, where he has accepted a position. .7. F. Culkln was in town yeslerJay from Mojave. Sixteen lots, south half of block 139 on E street between King and Beale, opposite Beale avenue school house, Kern. For sale at $65 a lot. Would make an Ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 24536 Manltou avenue, Los Angeles, California. 127 M. Wllklns of ftlO Baker street was taken suddenly ill last evening. Dr. West Is attending him. Mr. and Mrs. \V. MacGregor and daughter Eleanor have gone to'Santa Rosa to be gone about a month. .lease Johnson came down from Mojave yesterday to attend the wedding of of his niece, Miss Margaret Alstaettur. Brakeman J C. Vernor has resigned his position with the S. P. Company and has gone to Texas. — •» » HAT SOCIAL AT DREAMLAND SATURDAY-NIGHT Manager Smith of the Dreamland Skating Rink announces a hut social for next Friday night. The orchestra will render a special program for the evening and the management will award prizes to the wearers of tin 1 largest and smallest hats. The mUT- | talnment promises to be very amusing and a large crowd will undoubtedly attend. New Leading Man at Union Miss Cunningham will strengthen her company by adding to it several new members in the near future. A new leading man will open on Thursday evening in the comedy, "Brown's in Town." Mr. Lepard is a very clever young actor and will no doubt be as popular here as he has been in the east. Miss Cunningham was very for- lunate in securing so competent a leading man as he has played in many well known eastern .companies. The "Country Ciirl" will continue three nights longer by request and again on Wednesday evening the company will make up for their different charioterw in full view of the audience, as It was thoroughly enjoyed last week and many have hoped it would he repeated being unable to be present last week. "The Country Girl" is a rural comedy drama and has given much satisfaction. Too Late For Classification \\1ANTED—Position as bookkeeper or business manager, order man, etc. Experienced. Address "Manager" this office. Ill F. M. Blanchard came down from Fresno yesterday to attend the me- ihorial services of the Elks. WATOHINa FOR CHRISTMAS. "~~ ~~~~~ i Many people are in hopes that amonjr their gifts they will receive H handsome set of harness or saddles, a fine whip, Japrobn or driving gloves from our superb stock of harness and horse goods. AVc give hig valuo in all for a very little money at PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MAT7SON BROS. The Little Racket Store The little store of 'L. T. Godley & Co., corner 18th and Chester avenue, is still adding new lines of 5, 10, 15 and 25c dry goods and notion specialties. Our latest will be the Richardson embroidery outfits, which is the moM popular embroidery line in the world. We invite the Indies to call and inspect a few samples, already received. Join n Richardson Club mil learn the boiutiful art of embroidering. We give special prices on ninny useful articles. L. T. GODLEY & CO. LOST—Small colt, six months old; white star In forehead; white hind feet; wore new halter and long rope when last seen. Finder will please telephone Main 350. Ill WANTED—Apprentice boy for store and wagon. 2023 Chester avenue. R. Pile & Sou. Ill C. J. FManz, President Arthur S. Crltes, Cashier. A BANK ACCOUNT FOR CHRISTMAS There is no gift for your boy or girl that compares with a bank account. It will make many a Merry Christmas for years to coinc, because it teaches the wise use of money, instils economy and thrift and helps to form the Baying habit. When making up your list of Christmas presents, include a Bank Book with the First Bank of Kern. 4 per cent interest paid on time deposits and Saving uc- counta. FOR SALE—r>i;y oak wood at ISOO L fit, Kern; telephone main 1655. lit FOR SALK—Beginning Monday, Dt- 1 ecnilifr the 7th, Great Sale will go on at the Store, Front street, Kern, oppOKltc depot. 400 pair Men's Shoos from heavy working sh«»es to hish grade dress shoes in patent leather, genuine kangaroo from popular man- ufaetiiwH and at Lowest Price possible. flfiO Hats in latest colors and styles from 5d eentu to $2.50. Less than other stores ii.sk for sarue hal.s. Bern Railroad Men's Gloves, gauntlet and wrist gloves; also wool gloves at Ru.iuned Pi-ices. Kine assortment of Neckties In nil shapes and colors. Silk and other shirts, heavy wool and good working shirts, heavy wool and cotton underwear. Some double breasted corduroy coats and vests, Headlight make, copper rivited overalls at 70 cents. Everybody Invited. Rombach, Clar & Co. Props. 114 LOST—An oil pipe with "T." Main 823. sprinkler—four inch Finder pleace phone 111 CARPENlTERING—The good tlme B are with us! Are you going to alter or add to your house, or even to build? Let me figure for the job. Wallace Watson, 607 P street. Kern City. Phone Main 820. 139 WANTED—Saleswoman for lady's ready to wear department. Inquire at Mochhelmer $Co. tf WANTED — Information regarding farm or business for sale; not particular about location; wish to hear from owner only, who will sell direct to buyer; give price, description and state when possession can b« had. Address L, Derbyshire, box ,' 2029,. BachmUr, N. T, 108 Don't be Late for the Whistle. Go to Geo. L. Snider and buy a «^ • x%m / j-\ m r~ == ~= BICYCLE . I am Closing out all '08 models at a [Great reductionj All now and up-to-date; no shop worn or old stock. You will be pleased with any selection you may make, as every bicycle in my store is "Al" article of the grade. Tires! Just received a fresh shipment of the best.. I want your tiro business; I can take care of you in a way that will be satisfactory. The Holidays are on us. A question is, what to get for that present Select something beneficial and useful. Nothing better than a Bicycle. Get Something for home? entertainment an Edison Phonograph is the proper article* Have I got them ? Bet you. Call and see and hear them, the, up-to-date. Piny both the late Amberol or 4 minute, and the Gold Mould or 2 minute records. I am headquarters for Edison phonographs and records; the largest and most complete stock in Kern county. I sell Edison Phonographs on installments. Just received a large shipment ' of Zon-o-phone records; will sell at a reduced price. I also have a select assortment of pocket cutelry; also razors, the best ever. Call and examine my line, will be pleased to see and show you. Bicycle and Talking Machine repairing a specialty. A nice line of Cabinets for Edison Records in stock, GEORGE L. SNIDER Main 295, Mate 11W MM Bator 9V«««, Kim, Cat.

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