The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 9, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 9, 1908
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THE BAKEBSFIELD CALIFORNIA!? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1908. TKELEPHONti MAIN 29 and 86 QUALITY QUESTION ! < t >ii!ilily in every Hot Wa- ,vr I'dtllf! you l.-riy nt Baer.s; jfuarnnloe them for n year. ; Kif Ihry will last for ">. All rubber ynods bought >mi us arc sold that \vav. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer' Leading Druggltt*. ONAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! 3OL.O ONUY IN TINS Bakerafield Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cat. Sole Agents . Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Every Goes They must all jrn lu'iorc Jan. 1st. to make room for 1)W),'. ( xlock now cnroiite from the cast. Otii" basement is full now, and more- coming; so this is DU opportunity to own a high "Tilde iniu'.liini 1 for less than a cheap one would cost you at the regular price. Don't' puss ttiis up us you will always regret it it' you No Trash luit the real tiling. Such well known makes as SNELL TRIBUNE HEADING STANDARD APPEAL PEERLESS and others. We also give you over and *hove thetii 1 lowest prices «wr offered, bell, tool bag, lamp and carbide, all ready for tlie match—and we furnish that too. Could yon ask more for your money? See Us Today Don't put it off till the l»pat arc gone, hut hlow right in und get the pick of the whole stock. Think of that $45 Appeal for $37.50. $45 Baker and Hamilton for $37.50. How does that sound 1 You wave enough on one wheel to buy Santa Clans and his whole outfit. The same old place on Cheater avenue. Bible's Cyclery 1817 Chester Ave. Problems for School Ma'ams The examination ( >f applicants for teachers' certificates is still In progress at the ICnicraon building and will continiii' through the week. Today one of the chief subjects of exam- inatlon wn* history. The test studies I spelling, arithmetic and grammar, j have nlready been submitted. ) The words in spelling and the questions in arithmetic are here given: j Spelling. Resuscitate, phlegm, tambourine, adolescent, hemorrhage, competitive! coercion, erysipelas, Intelligible, al' I hull, separation, presumptuous, beaute- I oiis. belligerent, Inaugurate, aeronaut iMixWary, nonpareil, diphtheria, cante- loupe, nicotine, implement, Incendiary, it'Slme, diaphragm, Imbecile, dlsap-j point, recommend, negligence, fuchsia, I j facetious, dyspepsia, receive, believe,! 'victuals, eczema, dramatize, chauffeur,) nauseate, subpoena, bureau, plebeian, vengeance, propitiate, callous, mlgnon. ftte, paraphernalia, codicil, Hawaii neuralgia. Arithmetic. I 1. A father divided a piece of land I among his three son»; f the first he i gave 12 1-4 acres, to the second 3-8 of i the whole, and to the third as much as Mo the other two. How many acres I did the third have? j "• A, B and C own a ferryboat; A .owns 13-126 of the boat and B owns I 7-18 of the boat more .than C. What , shares do B and C own respectively. I 3. An agent sold flour o'n a commission of 2 per cent. He then bought sugar with the not proceeds, after re- s-erving his commission of 1 1-2 per • cent. If his entire commission was $75 and the suger cost 5 cents a pound, how many pounds did he buy. j 4. The C Insurance company Issued a policy of Insurance on n ship and cargo for 3-4 of its value at 4 1-4 per •cent, and immediately reinsured one, half of the risk in the M insurance ; company nt 3 per cent. The ship was i wrecked and the M company lost $1350 more than the C company. How ', much did the ship owners lose? 6. A person borrows $3754.45, being th property of a minor who Is 15 ] years, 3 months, 20 days old. He retains It until the owner Is 21 years old. How much money will then be i due at 6 per cent simple Interest? CUT filASSlN All ITS BULIMY When rich cut glass l s displayed tin- d'-r many electric lights and Is stir- i rounded by French plate mirrors In a | room by Itself the effect Is Indeed < charm ing. j All the brilliancy of the famous Ihiwke's cut glass Is brought out in ;the magnificent new cut glass room in \Vlekersham Co.'s store. I Hundreds of admlrnig women, and men as well, have visited this delight ' ful spot yesterday and today. | ; We are sure more cut glass will bo i for Christmas this year than Every Woman Can Afford An Opera Evening or Coat At GREEN TAG PRICES Few women are willing i» deny themselves a handsome coat to wear at the opera and at evening parties -especially this season when these charming coats are so wonderflly highi in favor. Here's a partial list of the prettiest—note the . Green Tag Prices. Evening coat of light grey broadcloth, prettily trimmed with velvet and large fancy buttons. Sleeves are long and very lull. Regular price $i;!.50. Green Tag Price $9.00 A pretty coat of pearl grey broadcloth, richly embro derett with silk; cuffs and collar hand- icinely finished with embroiders Was $20.00: Green Tag Price $13.34 Cream broadcloth coat, trimmed with tailored bands of same and silk braid, and with fine pearl buttons. Long sleeves, cuff.-, trimmed with fine broadcloth bands and buttons. Lined throughout wi'h silk. Was $32."•'; Ca-.-n l\\g 1'rice • $16.25 Mandarin opera coat of cream chiffon broadcloth, beautifully trimmed with oriental bands. Lined with white measallne sill \Vns $27.50; Green Tag Price .$18.34 Opera coat of shrimp pink chiffon broadcloth, oriental sleeves, trimmed In black and gold, lined with white satin. Was ?.:"•"»: Greon Tag Price $18.75 Tr.n evening coat of fine broadcloth, silk braid trimmed; lined with white satin; long siceves. Regular price $28.50; Civ^n Tug Price $19.00 Handsome opera coat of light blue broadcloth, Japanese sleeves, silk embroidery trimmed; lined throughout with white satin Regular price $:!2.50; Green Tag Price $21.67 Evening coat of cream chiffon broadcloth, trimmed with narrow Persian trimming.. Regular plrce $12.50; Green Tag Frier .. $28.34 Lavender evening coat of chiffon broadcloth, silk embroidered and trimmed with cord; long sleeves, cuffs and collar edged wi'li u'lvi-t. Regular price ?45; Green Tag Price ...... $30.00 Exquisite evening coat of champagne colored broadcloth, elaborately trimmed with Perlslan hands; long full sleeves with pivtn cuffs; lined throughout with white messaline silk. ular price $47.50; Green Tag I'vin- $31.67 All other Ready-to-wear Garments are included in the Green Tag Sale and are reduced 1/4, Va or i/ 2 off the regular prices. Catch the Spirit of Christmas m tht Redlick Toy Store Whether you wish to buy Christmas playthings or not. don't miss at least n little visit to the great Toyland tomorrow. Tt will put you in the spirit of the holidays. It will make you realize that Christmas is only two weeks off. It will show you the biggest, best and lowest priced stock of toys in Kern county. Come tomorrow whether you are six or sixty—just to have the spirit of Christmas thrill you once more. "Redlick Millinery at Half-Price!" • Not a lot of ready-made hats from cheap eastern factories—but REDLICK mi.Minery, high class artistic millinery that has made Redlick's so famous. Creations from our own workroom, clover reproductions of Imported models, together with a number of sample hats from one of the lead- in',' millinery importers. HALF PRICE means that you can buy—$5.00 Hats tor $2.50—$7.00 Hats for $3.50—$10Hats for $5.00—ets., etc. Price GIVE GLOVE OR MERCHANDISE ORDERS A Redlick Glove Order entitles the recipient to select the style and make i«f Cloves, also to be fitted. A Redlick Merchandise Order is redeemable for any kind of goods to the amount stated. Too Late For Classification FOR RENT—Furnished sunny room with water and a good cook stove and all the things necessary for one or two men at 2103 Chester avenue. 113 |jr-ver before— for never have such ex-; quislte cut «lass been shown In Bak- : || erslleUl as you will now find at Wick- j REV. MRS. COON has just arrived In this city aud will hold circles every 1 crsham Co. It California!! want ads.; three days, 25c. MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A FEW LEFT FROM LAST YEAR WHICH V/E WILL SELL FOR COST HOLIDAY GOODS SEE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS A WEABER. 1822 Chester ave Phone Main 4 GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK We have them. Try some of our imported Italian olive oil. Just the thins,' for your salmis nnd seasoning. We also carry a tine line of imported macaroni. Groceries, Liquors and Cigars. Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. Friday and Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock. Readings dally at the Willow building, corner Nineteenth and L streets, room 2. She will be glad to meet all| 112 TAKEN UP— One dark brown filly; 3 years old; no brand. Owner may have the animal by calling at the Holloway dairy and payln? expenses. 116 . . , FOR "RENT— To" men 'only, a furnished front room. Inquire at 2027 O street. 113 WANTED—Girl to do light housework in family of two. Inquire at 1710 26th street, phone Main 1343. 113 TAKEN UP—Sorrel horse. Owner may have the animal by calling at the Star stables and paying charges. 113 WANTEI>—Furnished house of 4 or 5 rooms Iii :v'rn. responsible parties, can glvt> i-eferences. Telephone Main 756. 113 WANTED—A young lady as office assistant. Must have experjence. Apply to Mr. Payne, bookkeeper, Red lick's store. 113 FOR RENT—Three front rooms and use of barn and large corral. Only $6; close to car line In Lowell ad ditlon. Suiter & Co., H»20 1 street, Main 1434. m FOR SALE—One quarter block and 5 room house, barn and good chicken fencing. Price $10110; $;!00 down and $20 per mouth. Suiter & Co., 1920 I street, Main 1434. Ill The Chorus Lady. At the Bakersfield Opera House next Monday evening "The Chorus Lady" will be presented and It is one of the most charming plays of the sea. son. Cor. 19th and I Cor. 19th and I Wishes to Announce a Grand Selection of Useful GIFTS FOR MEN AND BOYS Bathrobes, Smoking Jackets. Silk Mufflers and Reefers, Silk Suspenders, Silk and Linen Initial and Plain Handkerchiefs Elegant Neckwear, Dress and Driving Gloves. White and Fancy Shirts, Sweaters nnd Sweater Coats. Pine Hosiery and Underwear. Handsome Overcoats and C'ravenet tes. An inspection is solicited. The Best Clothing Store \ Hat Carnival DREAMLAND PRIES FOB THE LARGEST AND SMALLEST HATS. Also Obstacle Race, with mere than one dozen Obstacles. Friday Eenlnq No Extra Charge for this Occasion. . H '08 New Ten Inch RECORDS Now O d ~ Regular 35c 60c Haberfelde Furniture Company 1604—1610 19th. Street

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