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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 9, 1908
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1908. THE BAKBBSPIBLD CALIFORNIAN ONLY 13 DAYS MORE SHOPPING THEN KMAS AN INVITATION 'J'o get a true conception of the advan tages which you can obtain by purchasing from this store, a personal visit is advisable. We have spared neither time nor money to make our store, an ideal Jewelry Establishment. You 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 you irt 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'* Profit {tO.0p.SolU Gold Bracelet No. 2*08 English Finish Secret Joint & Catch |8.BO Solid Gold Bracelet No. 2800 Roman Finish Secret Joint & Catch $3.75 No. 2998 Solid Gold English Finish Bright top $6.00. No.3072 $3.00. No. 3002 Solid Gold . Solid Gold Emerald English Finish Doublet Bright Top $3.00. No. 3106 14K Sold Gold Bright Finish TurquloseEnamel $5.00. No. 3074 Solid Gold Bright Finish Coral Cameo $2.00 $44. No. 3109 Solid Gold 14K Solid Gold Genuine Fine Sparkling Almandlne Diamond and Real Pearls Mall Orders Promptly Filled on Receipt of Price. Why Buying Early Is Best OUR LARGE NEW ILLUSTRATED To buy intelligently one must buy early for comfort and satiafac- CATALOG FREE tion to follow in its wake. Exciualveaess has always been a strong Call or Write for It—Today point at this store and many articles and designs- .cannot be reproduc- It will be of considerable service to ed nor can they be found elsewhere. Exclusiveness la what makes you in suggesting suitable articles a gift appreciable and imparts to it that rare value. 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 pi-ice, delivery guaranteed I Kern City | The Lost Was Found Again Little Harold Spatch, the 3-yenr-oIrl son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spatch caused his parents and relations whom he was visiting In Los Angeles not little anxietv by disappearing for about three hours last Sunday morning. He had gone to Sunday school with his uncle and when no one was nolle-; ing he walked out of the building, ; wandering about the streets until he j had gotten several blocks from the I church. Being a very attractive lit- i tie fellow a lady noticing him and | presumption that he was lost took him into her house and gave him bis dinner, and then notified the police. In the mean time the parents were making a search for him und also had the police on his trail and when they finally found him there was much rejoicing. Little Harold was not in the least disturbed over being lost and when asked by his father where he was go-, ing, said he was going to LOB Angeles ! to look for his mamma. Mrs. Spatch was at the time In the hospital where she had undergone an operation. TO PERMANENTLY ORGANIZE THURSDAY.; About fifty railroad men met in) Kaar's hall last night for the purpose • of organizing a railroad employees ] lodge. General Organizer P. S. Lewis, was present and a very enthusiastic • meeting was held. On Thursday ev-' ening another meeting will be held for the purpose of electing officers. j REMAINS OF LOOT FOUND IN BRUSH. A bucket of candy and a dozen empty shoe boxes, supposed to be the remains of booty stolen from n freight car, were found early this morning by two little boys by the names of. Reed and Cooper just below the round house hidden in some brush. The boys immediately notified Constable Stroble, who went down and took possession of the things. Freight Agent Mat lack was notified; but as yet he has had no report of a car being entered. Constable Stroble Is working on the case. American Jewelry Company 1430 Nineteenth St., Bakersfield Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor 1308 Nineteenth St., Phone Main 908. Wholesale and Retail Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes and Chewing Gum. Distributor for Bakersfield of LOVERA, 121/aO Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent Spear of Fresno was in town today. A. Tryom has gone to Needles to work. * * * * * * Al "AlilkMl visited frlpnds In Kern '"' yesterday ''or a fev: hours and (eft on v No. 8 for his mines in Inyo county. * DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. Drug Store 730 19th Street, Cor. Q St AUXILIARY ELECTS ITS NEW OFFICERS. The Ladies Auxiliary to the B. of R. T. met yesterday afternoon and elected officers ajnd delegates to the grand lodge. The following were elected: Chas. Haas, coucilman; presl- ident, Mrs. Pearl Hay ward; past mistress, Mrs. Ethel Premo; vice president, Mrs. Harrington; secretary, Mrs. Dora Jones; treasurer, Mrs. Blanche Tierney; conductress, Mrs. Lulu Donnelly; chaplain, Mrs. Emma Thalls; Warden, Mrs. Ida Meyers; inner guard Mrs. Annie O'Brien; outer guard, Mrs. Wilson; Mrs. Emma Thall was elected delegate to grand lodge anil Mrs. Dora Jones was elected alternate. MAN ACCUSED OF THEFT IS HELD TO ANSWER. Frank Wade, the man wlio was arrested for stealing several pairs of trousers from Ardizzi &. Olcese had his examination yesterday at " p. m. in .Twice Marion's court and was bound over to the superior court 01 the charee of burglary tinder bond of $1000, which he was unable to procure. The witnesses were Miss Han- nuii Silber and L. Semorile, clerks in the store, who identified the garments as being of the Ardizzi stock. Miss Mason, housekeeper at the Metropole, , testified to meeting Wade at the door as he was going out with the bundle under bis arm. ^ THIRTY DAYS SENTENCE. James Wilson (colored) and Arthur Grey were sentenced to thirty days In the county jail yesterday afternoon by Judge Marlon on the charge of vagrancy. The two were found inside of a car of merchandise, but claimed that they had gone in to sleep and not to burglarize the car. «i» . 139 on E street between King and Beale, opposite Beale avenue school house, Kern. For sale at $66 a lot. Would make an Ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, M16 Manltou avenue, Los Angeles, California. 127 Has been to see us already and left toys LM- lore, firing tin. 1 little tots in and their de-light will tell you what to get them for Christmas. We have everything their dear little hearts could wish for, and our prices, too, will please you. the Don't be Late for Go to Oeo, L. Snider and buy a EE=E^EE= BICYCLE I am Closing out all '08 models )at a'[Great reduction All new and up-to-date; no shop worn or old stock. Yo» will he 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 tire business; I can take care of you in a way that win 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. Play both the late Amberd 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 cntelry; 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 Phones Main 295, Main 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cat. BAKERSFIFLD o pE| u HOUSE UniXLIIOI ILLU *06T. 0. 5AITON.Hin.ocr TONIGHT The Two Happy Boys, Ducon and Bernard, in HANS AN 9 NIX 30— EXTRAORDINARY COMPANY OP —30 And the Original Dancing Dolls. Massive Scenic Sets and Elaborate Scenic Equipment. Prices GIRLS PUN AT a owiio?' ** MATINEE AND NIGHT. SAfURDAY DEC. 12th "Too Proud to LINCOLN J. CARTER'S A Play with a rush, runs along with spirit and ends Just rlyht. The Famous Relchardt Children. Prices—Evening ... .25c, 50c, 75c.Hatiuee 25c and 50c A "Hooaler" cabinet will be given away on New Years' Day to one of our customers—come in and we will explain just how to become the winner of this valuable article. See the cabinet in the window. Get a nice piece of furniturc»for that Gift; something that will be useful at well as appreciated. * DYER & JONES.

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