The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 12, 1908
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908. THE BAKBRSFIELD CALIPORNIAN Kern City &y®wM><x^ ARREST MRS.TH AYE i*' attaches to it, eel her troth. places the * In all the Realm of Christmas Gifts, there's nothing that quite takes the place of these The Diamond is pre-eminently the engagement stone of modern times. Its intrinsic value, its innate beauty and the sentimenttha,t diadond in the first place in the estimation of the ^voman who has plight* $12.00 No. 2974 $25.00. Not^flS ^$26.50 Ni. 287** $26.00 No. 2874 $18.00. No. 611 14K Gold Solid Gold Locket I4K GoKTBtobch UK OoM Brooch Solid Gold Locke - -' > _* . < A &_ ' •* • . ' ^^_ m -_*i Pk*M m •t Scarf Pin Fine Sparkling Fine Spafking Sparidtog Fine Sparkling Fine Diamond $12.00 No. 2973 .- 14K QoIdScarfPln Pine Sparkling; ". and Real Pearlfl and Real Pearls Pendant Att'chm't Pendant Att'chm't and Ruby Eye*. ia very $10. No. 3123 14K Solid Gold Fine Diamond $20. No. 403 Fine Perfect Diamond $45. No. 783 $100. No. 601 Fine Perfect Fine Perfect Diamond - Diamond $175. Fine Perfect Diamond $125, No. 779 $140. No. 801 Fine Perfect Fine Sparkling Diamond Diamond For your gift selection come to a store that has never disappointed gift-seekers in all the years of its life; come to a store that is as certain to make good all its promises as the sun is to rise on Christmas morning, We have the goods, the prices, the experience and the organization to make buying a pleasure and an economy for all who deal with us. We Buy Direct from Headquarters and Save You Middleman's Profit. FACTS CONCERNING OUR DIAMOND DEPARTMENT. ^ Our thorough experience in the handling of Diamonds and other Precious Stones has made as experts, In this branch of our business, * . •'.».•• It requires years of education and practice to determine with any degree of accuracy the value of Diamonds, for their value depends not alone upon thetr weight, size, color, shape or brilliancy, but upon a combination of these qualities, which knoweled^e the occasional purchaser cannot acquire,. . * Special attention is directed to our magnificent assortment In this department, which upon Inspection, will be found the finest the market produces. Diamonds purchased of us will be at a considerable saving to you. Our Large New Illustrated CATALOG FREE Call or Write for It today It will be of considerable service to you in suggesting suitable articles for gifts. Store Open Evenings till Xmas Make your selections early We will put them away until Wanted. MAIL ORDERS, promptly filled. Anything pictured forwarded immediately, postage prepaid, on receipt.,or price, and delivery guaranteed. ALL GOODS SOLD ARE FULLY GUARANTEED, AND WE XL CHEERFULLY REFUND MON EY IF ANY ARTICLE PURCHASED DOES NOT PROVE JUST AS REPRESENTED American Jewelry Company 1430 Nineteenth St., Bakersfield Phone Main 73 ODD FEUOWS. KERN LODGE- NO, 202, I. O. O. P. Regular meetings every Saturday evening. S o'clock. Work in the first degree, Saturday, December 12th. T, P. Pinnell, N. G.; J. W. Crosland, secretary. P. O. Box 52. * Public sale and barbecue at the Wible orchard Tuesday, December 15th. 115 Public sale and barbecue at the Wjble orchard, Tuesday, December 35th. 115 The officers of the Masonic election who were recently electee!, will be installed at t^e meeting or i*ne lodge December 26. George Q. Hutchings, past master will be installing officer. After the ceremonies .a banquet will i o served. The officers to be installed •i» worshipful master, E. B. Hayden. senior warden, J. R. Gist; Junior warden, E. Porter Slunsey; treasurer, Arthur S. Crites; secretary, A. D. Whittemore; chaplain, Rev. D. M. Crabtree; senior deacon, B. B. Thomas; Junior deacon, Harry G. Stuart; marshal H. R. Lufkin; .senior steward, Charles ScWaln; junior steward, C. D. Older- ahaw; tyler, J. B. Payne. California!! want ads. UPS* results. Mrs. .!. H. Thayer or Kern, who an a!i;ih of Mrs. J. D. Talmage, uiul has tu't'.i wanted for some time for raisins a $10 check, given her by hf*r to $100, has been arrested In HouUon, Oregon. The sheriff's office i.s arranging for extradition papers to reiurn her here for trial. NOTES AND PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Isaacs of Hazelton will be in tonight to spend the holidays. Mrs. T. Suatcn, who baa been very ill at a sanatorium in Los Angeles, U very much better and is expected borne in the near future. * C. E. Spear of Fresno la here on business. x Mre. G. A. Hubbell of McKlttrick is in town- doing Christinas shopping. * Mrs. J. b. Boyd, vho-'waa ao seriously burned a short thne ago, la getting along well. The burns were nml it wlil be some time before she can be out but a marked improve* Ittent ^s noticed every day. "Willie Hayes expects to spend a lew days in Coalinga soon. ,.Mrs, E. M. Bernard, who has been #ery sick" in Los Angeles much improved, Mr. and Mrs. F, I.. Lewis of Berkeley are visiting Mrs. E. Radebaugh. ,B, Lindsay and E. Bair . of Ban Francisco are visiting here for a week. Fireman Harry Hoffman is on the Sunset run and Fireman Mills has taken the Owl run in the valley. James Priest is here from San Francisco. Mrs. M. H. Warren and Miss Ethel Werren are in. Los Angeles for a short •toy. Engineer M. Noraally's new home on K street is nearing completion. Mrs. Carrie. D. Ryan, S. P. agent at Caliente, and Miss Ryan passed rough Kern recently en route to San Jose. Mrs. Ryan was the guest of Mrs, J. D. Haynes while In Kern. Engineer Treadway of Loft. .Angeles ia in Kern. 1 Earl WilkinB has accepted a position In the yard office. Mr. Wilkinson Mraa formerly in the S. P. Office nt Mendota. \ WILL GIVE A, SOCIAL EVENING AND BAZAAR. At the las- meeting of the League of Helpers, a junior organization of the Episcopal church of Kern, arrangements were made for a social evening and bazaar a tthe home of Mrs. E. Radebnugh, 1020 Owen street, Tuesday evening. The girls composing the league have dressed dolls and made useful articles which they will dispose of. The following committees^have been appointed: Program, Georgie Stroble and Ogla Ferris; refreshments, Naomi Myers, Alice Haynes, Delia Adler; reception, Dorothy Haynes, Haael Benson; chances, Anita Tyler, Ruth Haynes; door keeper, Hazel Hess. Chocolate and cake will be served and a smnlJ admission will be charged. Santa s t'» sco ii« alrptidv ami loft tovs little tot« in and Uu-i will tell you what to get them for Christinas. We havo everything dear little hoartw could wish for, and our prices, too, will please TO THOSE Who Are Interested in Xmas and Holiday Purchases THE MORROW-KIMBALL DRUG CO. «n- UIKV that they have thoir Christmas display now reiuly for tho inspect ion of the public. This year \v«> havo a better and more extensive line than ever. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT AND THE GOODS ARE RIGHT. Our stock consists of gifts too numerous to mention. The only suggestion we might men- i tion is, if you are contemplating making a seasonable purchase, you will not make a mistake by calling at our store. - » T Morrow-Kimball *t v Drug Company i "The Modern Drug Store With Correct Prices." FOR SOUD COMFOR ft Therefore One Htm .s, 'HE ON OUR A LARGE \ ALTON PUSH BUTTON * FLOORS. WITH OR WITHOUT FOOT RESTS, BEFORE MAKING YOUR GIFT DECISION COME IN AND LET U3 SHOW YOU TIONB. OUR SELEC COME EARLY WHILE THE SELECTIONS ARE GOOD. v j PKiLlP W. MEPEPA LR Nineteenth Street. Main 173 GENEVIEVE i Miss Genevi<>v<> Cunningham return- thin morning. Shw was In company with Mrs. Elinur I-. Thompson, who HS \\\ Ut< 1 Custody of Constable Nowell. Mis a Cunningham is out on (lie Btrf'Ots todJ»y altompUng to pacify the actor folk an<t theater attf>ntlantu she Irft liciv v.U'MM'.t thi' furmalHy of paying them their duo wages, Sho also la the cdiinter of tho Western Union iu ;tu apparent effort to corral - from aJ'ar, o'clock and bail fixed at $1000, w&hftt has not bt"*n give.j yet, Mias Cua- ninghnm's reason' for rt'J.u-ning i* (ho city is unknown, unless it is to be iifiar Mr**. Thompson, for whozp bhfc te said to havo a strong attachment. The ttean mat tor was settled at low last night. Mrs. Thompson a* Jail, Mrs. Thompson was Immediately taken to the jnll. She was allowed tho privilege of the office and during the morning spent most of the dnts at the telephone getting in cation -with friends. "I xvJll not talk until tho proper Urn* omes t " Kht- replied in answer to th* question if there was any statement; che wiKlHHl to make in defense ot bet actions, "too much has boon said ready." William Dean, the restaurant man, hut; illBnilBBcd his complaint, Miss through friends, having his claim and costs amounting to about $40, Miss Cunningham owes other bills in this city and while no further warrants have been issued steps were taken today to insure their payment Miss Cunningham says she has no no plans and no money. Any bills that she owes, In order to be settled, must be paid by her friends, she says, Her company has disbanded, she «ays, and have departed for their various homes. This statement Is disputed by some, however, they alleging that the company is rehearsing in Barstow for further engagements. Mrs. Thompson was arraigned on tho charge of issuing ftotittou* checks thitf mamlng. Her Ml flu KMrihftr w^^^^™^ ^f^^^^r ^^^W~^^^^^^^^^^B. NEW OFFICERS Election of officers was tho business to come before the meeting of tho Native Daughters Jast night. Tho result of the balloting waH as foJ tows; Past President. Mrs. Pearl Knapy; president, Mrs. Mary Canaday; flrat vice proHldent, Mrs. "Lucy Castro; second vice prudent. Mrs. L. Crosa.; third vl«-t» prusldent, Miws ilattie Carlock; marshal, Miss M. Morritz; tru* tfeH, Mrs. J. NlRhbert, Mrs. Prod G«» ther. Misa D. Pesante; outride »eiiti nel, Miss Munry Eugle; inattie ftestti- n<?l. Mm Ktta Borgwardt; organhft MTH. George OundlacU; phyeician, Dr. Worthinirton; recording Becretars? Miaa Ida Ward. The financial tarf, Jfftoa Anile Fown treasurer, Mtes rfbeodortft McCla hold ow fer *b* vMKdnoer of

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