The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 8, 1908 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN ONLY 14 DAYS MORE SHOPPING THEN XMAS AN INVITATION To get a true conception of the advantages which yon eati obtain by purchasing from this store, a personal visit is advisable. \Vc have spared neither time nor money to make our store, nn ideal Jewelry Establishment. Yon can shop here with more comfort and convenience than in any other store in the city. We provide you with facilities for the leisurely inspection of such goods as you may desire to examine. That the public appreciates these conveniences is evidenced by the fact that our store is the Mecca for Gift Seekers. We assure yon in advance of your visit that every possible courtesy and attention will be paid you whether you buy or not. Quality is always considered at this establishment, so when we print prices they mean something. Buying Direct From The Manufacturer—We Save You The Middle Man's Profit k 110.00 Solid Gold Bracelet No. 2808 English Finioh Secret Joint & Catch '____J Ki ~-1 BANQUET WAS MOST ENJOYABLE AFFAIR... The Car Men's entertainment and banquet, given last evening In the K. of P. hall, was attended by a large number of tnembers and friends and a very enjoyable evening was spent. After a short but well rendered program, cards and dan-clng were enjoyed and later a sumptuous banquet was served. Kern City Don't be Late for the Whistle. Go to Geo, L. Snider and buy a ^E^EE^EE BICYCLE ONE SWITCHMAN COMPLAINS AGAINST ANOTHER. »3.75 No. 2998 Solid Gold English Finish Bright top $6.00. No.3072 $3.00. No. 3002 $2.00 Solid Gold Solid Gold Solid Gold Emerald English Finish Bright Top $44. No. 3109 14K Solid Gold Fine Sparkling Diamond and Real Pearls Mall Orders Promptly Filled on Receipt of £rlce. Why Buying Early It Best. OUR LARGE NEW ILLUSTRATED Doublet Genuine Almandlne $3.00. No. 3106 $5.00. No. 3074 14K Sold Gold Solid Gold Bright Finish Bright Finish T;urquioseEnamel Coral Cameo To buy intelligently one must buy early for comfort and satisfaction to follow In its wake. Excluslveness has always been a strong point at this store and many articles and designs cannot be reproduced nor can they be found elsewhere. Excluslveness la what makes a gift appreciable and imparts to it that rare value. CATALOG FREE Call or Write for It—Today It will be of .considerable service to you in suggesting suitable articles for gifts. Christmas Gifts Bought Now will be laid away until you want them MAIL ORDERS promptly filled. Anything pictured for- STORE OPEN EVENINGS warded immediately, postage prepaid, UNTIL CHRISTMAS on receipt of price, delivery guaranteed American Jewelry Company 1430 Nineteenth St., Bakersfield Clyde Ames, a switchman In the local S. P. yards, appeared before Judge Marion this morning and swore to a complaint against a fellow switchman by the name O f Ernest, charging him with battery. Ameg claims that In a dispute last night Ernest Struck him a blow in the back of the head, knock. ; Ing him to the ground. KID ALEXANDER TRAINING AT THE TEDDY BEAR. Kid Alexander, who lights Kid Murray of Los Angeles one of the preliminaries to the Whlte-Lauder flght at Scrlbner's December 21, Is training at the Teddy Bear saloon every afternoon. He is working hard with two sparring partners and will endeavor, to put up the best flght of his career! against thejittle Angeleno whirlwind.' SPENCER'S CONDITION MAY BE DUE TO DRUGS. Spencer, the !ormer Majestic theater singer, was given an examination by Dr. Schafer today at the county , Jail. The doctor found that Spencer I was el-'ipr a cocaine or morphine flend, most likely the former, and that his queer actions were undoubtedly due to the drug. He is being; carefully watched, however and while the doctor found him mentally deranged he Is unable to say at the present whether it is due to the IHO of the drug or to insanity. AUXILIARY WILL''HAVE ELECTION OF OFFICERS. There will be Initiation and election of officers tomorrow night at the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the 0. It. 0. I am Closing out all '08 models ;at a JGreat reductionS .All new and up-to-date; no shop worn or old stock. Yon will he pleased with any selection you may make, us every bicycle in my store is "Al" article of the grade. Tires! Just received a fresh shipment of the best. I want your tire 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 homej entertainment an Edison Phonograph is the proper article. Have I got them? Bet you. Call and see and hear them, the up-to-date. Play both the late Amberoi 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; alse razors, the best ever. Call and examine my line, will he nleased to see and show you. ' ; Bicycle and Talking Machine repairing a specialty. A nice l»ne of Cabinets for Edison Records in stock. GEORGE L. SNIDER Phones Main 295, Main 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cat. W. V. Matlack returned on No. 7 _ today from Los ! Angeles, where he OPERA HOlfSl »OBT. o. HAITON,fi«n»««r YOUNG PEOPLE WILL GIVE AN ENTERTAINMENT The ye:yis people of tho Kern M. K church will Rive a social next Frldaj •onlnt; In Kanr'w hall <n Keni. A very interesting jirojiMini lias been irrran,.,- , one 01' the (.'hlet numbers bcin-; n little skit cntitleil "The l j .et of the School." Tlie young peoiile afo drilling a.-whlnonsl., nn>i expect :i !HK'> ef.e^;;. There will be ;i iiumiuT u: iiiftrnmental solos r,n<! Viihs ,1-ine \\-.\rbe: 4 , the ialeate.i vuc:illsi, will leader ;i y,k:. Refreshments will !» '•r-rve-1 );<• i UP I.,-i,lies' Aid. The Ladies Auxiliary to the B. or L. E. will have an election of officers on Thursday of this week. j Mrs. J. Watson, who has been visit-, Ins: Mr?. James Tyler and her daugh- invent to atten* the funeral of D. Burk- jter. Miss Mae Watson, for the past j two weeks, has returned to her home In Tehaohapl. | j The "Saco,55 the private car of the late D. BurkhaHer, went through on No. 107 yesterday and J. T. Bell, chief dispatcher at Sacramento, was one of the party. John Logan and A. Peterson came down from Fresno yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McDonald were the Riiests of Mrs. M. Murphy and ! family yesterday and left last night : for their home in Snn Bernardino. • Mr. and Mrs. P. S. flpnrlts have sone to T,os Angelps for a visit. H. Parsons of Snn Prnnei&co was in town today on business. Sixtfirn lots, south linlf of block 139 on E street between King and Beale," opposite Beale avenue school ^ouse. Kern. For sale at $fi5 a lot. Would make an ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, ?fi]G Mnnltou avenue, Los Angeles, California. 127 Hair that really IB hnlr. The only full lino of hair goods in the valley. THIS ORGANIATION CARRIES ITS OW;-: BAND AND ORCHESTRA AND PRESENTS A rlRST CLASS VAUDEVILLE PERFORMANCE BETWEEN ACTS. Prices 25c. 35c and 50c, Wednesday Dec. 9th. The Two Happy Boys, Dixon and Bernard, in HANS AN* NIX 30— EXTRAORDINARY COMPANY OP —30 And the Original Dancing Dolls. Massive Scenic Sets and Elaborate Scenic Equipment. GIRLS FUN Prices 26c, 50c, 75c, and $1 Buy Seats Monday. MATINEE AND NIGHT. SAfllRDAY DEC. 12th "Too Proud to Beg" LINCOLN J. CARTER'S A Play with a rush, runs along with spirit and ends just right. The Famous Relchardt Children. Prices—HreBinf —28e, Mo, 75c H»toee 26e aad We Mrs. C. II, Hoardman of Lindsey i? a sruest nt the Metre-pole. Anything made or repaired. Ins and dyeing. Phone 117. s=trete. Kern. Bleach-! 517 K 1 108 The Little Racket Stove The little store of L. T. Godley & Co., corner 18th and Chester avenue, is still adding new lines of 5, 10, 15 nnd 25c dry goods and notion specialties. Our In test will be the Richardson ern- hroidory outfits, which is the most popular embroidery lino in the world. We invite the ladies to call and inspect a few samples, already received. Join a Richardson Clnb uul learn the beautiful art, of embroidering. "\Ve <*'w S P (> - cial prices on many useful articles. , L. I-. GODLEY & CO. 1-J i WATCHING FOR CHRISTluAZ Many people ari in ]rt>pes f)i?a ainony their ^it'ts they will reeoivtt a liaiulsonie .set of harness or saiS- .dles, a fine whip, laprohe or driv- j in-r gloves from our superb st»«fc I of harness and horse goods. Wr tfive bi^ 1 valuu in all for a very little money at PIONEER HARNE8S SHOF IVIATTSON EROS. Glaus Tus ht'Oii t c us already and left toys L';Ilore. Brinefiiie little tots in and their delight will tell you what to yet them for Christinas. "We have everything their dear little heniHs could wi.sh for. and our prices, too, will please YOU. I

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