The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 19, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 19, 1908
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UALlJf'UKINiAJS Oftt tj-K&n*f?-if1SKyrjmi3mi Only 6 Days More Than^Christmas Late Shoppers Will Find Compliete Stocks Here Every Section Teems *Vith Surprises. Christmas buying Center Sonic people „ w - have formed an incorrect idea, of this store through studying our sho\v y windows. Seeing nothing hut artistic things) displayed, they jump nt the, conclusion that only expensive articles arc to he found within. By no means. The windows are purposely made its attractive as possible to form pictures to gladden the eye of the passer-by. Once inside you find that we have not only the luxuries, but the necessities; not only novelties, but also staple merchandise of thorough dependability, and all marked at prices as low or lower, than those prevailing elsewhere. Bracelets | Kern City I t HOUSEWARMINQ PARTY AT I | THE BATES RESIDENCE. These will propably answer for more Christmas Gifts than any other one article of personal jewelry, and yet it makes no difference if the one favored receives a half dozen of them.- $3.50 No. 3187 Gold Filled Bright Finish Hand Engraved See-ret Joint and Caleb Mr. and .Mrs. G. Bates were niven a bousewarming lost evening by » number of their friends at their new homo I about five miles south of town, Danei Ing and games were enjoyed, the music j 'icing furnished by Miss Adeline Bates, G. Bates and F. Hamlnway. A number of the old fashioned square 'lances afforded much merriment. John Hasye acted us floor manager. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cheaney, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hasye, Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Miss Katlierlne I3iisye, Miss Mamie Ponton, Miss Harriett Bates, Miss Ruth Bates. Miss Adeline Bates, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cnf- fery, Miss Tillle Benndry, Miss Crlllle Lane, Mrs. B. J. Beandry, Miss Emily Heandry, Miss Helen Bates, Miss Katherlne Bates, Miss Edith Newcomb, Miss Anita Newcomb, Will Clendenen, Perry Funderburk, F. D. Hamlnway, Philis Rarick, C. E. Smith, S. R. Johnson, W. Bartenstein, Geo. Kunderbiirk, Ervln Ponton. $4.50 Xo. H1!)S The Carmen Gold Filed Bright Finish Locket Top Adjustable $5.00 No. 3195. Gold Filled Roman Finish Hand Engraved Secret Joint and Catch $3.75. Xo. 3180 Gold Filled English Finish Secret Joint and Catch $9.00 No. Gold Filled Hose Finish Jade Knainel Secret Joint and Catch OUR LARGE NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE Call or write for It—Today It will be of considerable service to you in suggesting suitable articles for gifts f> • T ' l.*l_l IN FACT THEY SPELL ECONO- P rices are Irresistible MY IN ITS TRUEST FORM Buying Direct from the Manufacturer, We Save you the Middlemen's Profit. STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS CASE OONTINUED. The case of O. N. Boone, whleh \V;IM to have come up in Judge Marlon's court this morning, was continued ov- ; er and a recess declared until 2 o'clock this -.tfii-.i-noon when the case will be re-set on i-ccount of the absence of witnesses. 33 Per Cent OFF FOR TOYS TODAY December 19 MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. WE WILL PUT THEM AWAY UNTIL WANTED. MAIL ORDERS promptly filled. Anything pictured forwarded Immediately, postage prepaid, on receipt of price, and delivery guaranteed. SUNDAY SERVICES AT AT THE K£RN CHURCHES. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church.— Sunday school, in ;\. m. e-<>nlng services. 7: "n. Methodist Church.—Sun-lay prho;>l, !(:•)."; preaching. 11; eveninn Cervices 7:"n. Rev. Damon, pastor. Pilgiim Congregational Church. II a. m,, "Yc Must Be Born Again." 7:SO p. m., "The Church Adapted SERVICES AT FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rehearsing For Minstrels ' Tbe Indies are daily rehearsing fat t the minstrel performance to be giw» Jon December 28th, and that there* Tomorrow morning at 11 n. m. Rev,'much Interest in the coming perform- Edgar H. Fuller will speak on tbe , nnee IB attested by the fact that ttdfcs subject "A Continuous Christmas." , cts arc already selling rapidly. Special music will be rendered by the j All the songs are now, anfl large chorus choir and Mr. C. M. Ful- jokes the newest ever—so the lor will bu heard In a baritone solo, a!l y > an ,] they ought to know. "Joy oi' the World," by Marzo.. j gomo ()f t])e I)r rformers have At 7:30 In the evening the pastor sfops Jf) (](} nn(] Ih( , y a] . e (rylng ^ will deliver the third <«f his popular ' d(jg whcnpvor opportunity offers. Co» EVERY ARTICLE BOLD IB FULLY GUARANTEED, AND WE'LL CHEERFULLY REFUND MONEY IF ANY ARTICLE PURCHASED DOES NOT PROVE JUST AS REPRESENTED. The American Jewelry Company 1430 Nineteenth Street. Phone Main 73. CHILDREN MARCH OUT OF BURNING BUILDING. ALTOONA, Pa., Dec". 18.—A flre that threatened the destruction oi tbe Al- tocna high scnool building started this morning while 000 pupils wove busy with their studies. As soon as it. was discovered tlu bell for the tire drill was sounded, and the children, thinking It was timely another drill, hastily formed In jne and marched out. The loss Is «o.- 000. *._ TO~SENTENCE RUEF DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19.—This was tbe day for passing sentence on Abe Ruef, convicted oi bribery, and Judge Lawlor's court was filled wjth spectators. The defense, when the case was called, made a strong effort" to secure a continuance to January 2, but Judge Lawlor refused a long postponement. The date of sentence was therefore fixed for December 24. the Needs of Today." Sunday school, 10 n. m. Christian Endeavor, 0:45 p. m. lectures on "Tho Making ot Our Bible." That Bible students and seri ,ous thinkers appreciate tho education nl vMni. nf tVita nniirae ntt Well al value of this course as as tumf'S are beinp prepared and those who are initiated ^ny t):;U when O* curtain goes up It will disclose a : enough minstrel company. NOTE" AND PERSONALS. Russell Cooper, returned to San Francisco this morning after visiting bis mother, Mrs. Jane Cooper for a few days. Mrs. J. H. Thayer and family will leave Monday for Los Angeles where they will spend the holidays. Mrs. W. O. Retterford of McKitrlck is a guest at the Metropole hotel. «..'rs. D. S. Simmons IB in from Coal- STORMS ON ATLANTIC BUFFETT BIG LINER*, the entertaining and fascinating story | of these ancient manuscripts Is evidenced not only by the numbers present but by the many personal inquiries elicited. I NEW YORK. Dee. 19.—Trans-AiJSite At this service the chorus choir Is shipping is experiencing sever* will render Plnsuti's beautiful choral, buffeting. December is the storndeen "The Story ot Old," with tenor solo 1 period, ami not one tleot of westwmr* by Mr. Roy B. Pathe. Messrs. R. H. bound steamers is anywhere *e*r Pathe and C. M. Fuller will be heard schedule. The Teutonic from SoMfti- in Dudley Buck's arrangement of "Sun j : _| m P ton whlch shonld^hnve J>ee»J* of My Soul," and a trio from the " ' 1 " 1 "' ' " ~~ "*~ Aeolian male quartette will render AUCTION SALE By order II. E.Jones of WooiHand, Yolo county, having sold his ranch, consigned all his stock to us to sell to the highest bidder, 30 horses and mares, all broke and ready for work. Saturday, December 19th, at 1 p. m. $1 Capitan Stable. i J. S. KELLY, Auctioneer. An Opportunity FOR THE EIGIT'MAJOR, FIRM The Bakersteld Agent of MOTOR C/R is open The 1909 line coraprifs nine odels. All that the dealer wants o needs, bm a $500 runabout to a $1750 taxing car it) commercial delivery cur. A GOOD PROPOSITION FOB Tli RIGHT MAN. 'Address up to December 1st, Maxwell Briscw Motor to., or 0. , Smith, Sales Manager, Southa| Hotel, " \ \ /niouncement Extraordinary I'rof. J. Francis Brennan, the world's most celebratea palmist and clairvoyant, has arrive in the city and has opened an office in the GRAND HOTEL, Cor. 20th Street and Chester Ave, Boom 2. | where he ^an be con- i suited on all affairs of life. Prof. Drennan has no equal In nls profe* slon. He stands alone, the prince ot clairvoyants, and Is recognized by the press and public as the greatest master of the science of palmistry the world has ever produced. He guarantees to reveal every incident of your life; fell when, whom and where you will marry; tell you just what you are fitted for and how to obtain money you are in need of. The happiness of your future life may depend upon the right solution and proper advice. The profe.',:jr makes no mistakes, and all his predictions are true, and he may be relied upon. You may wish to know if it Is advisable to make a change in business, in love and in marriage. WHOM SHALT, I MARRY? HOW OFTEN SHALL I MARRY/ SHALL I EVER HE DIVORCED? DOES AN- OTHKK SHARE THE LOVK THAT RIGHTLY BELONGS TO MR? IF SO, WHO? IS MY DISEASE CUR. AHLE? WHEN SHALL I LI'AVK HERN? AM ', LIABLE TO ACCIDENT? SHOULD I INVEST MY MONKY? IN WHAT SHALL I INVEST? HAVE I ANY .ENEMIES? CAN I TRUST MY FRIENDS? IN WHAT TOWN OR STATE WOULD 1 I!E MOST SUCCESSFUL? HOW CAN I SELL, MY PROPERTY? Tho professor toils all theee thin^u. and many more. He Is ever ready to help those with small capital to llnd a quick and sur>3 Investment. If your business Is unmiccossful, or If you are in trouble of any kind, you should see this truly gifted medium at once. He has helped thousands on the roiid to snccoss and he can and will help you. He not only tells you what your life has been and will be, but also how to batter your condition In every possible way. Thousands of people are failures today simply because they do not see these thlugw for themselves or are not following the right trade or profession Prof. DrttniviQ h'ns made a Hfe study of these thfnirs and he Is now prepared to sl'o • von how to make a tier eiigb sucre-*-- of your life. His fee la ••>! >«on;<' '• n t within reach of all, McDonald has returned fmm a visit In Los Angeles. v Ell Blanc, a sheet; jium, WHS in town I today on j W. T. Chandler of Selma Is in town on business. -Mrs. K. U» McDonald hnf; sold her cottage at Iftlii F street. Mrs. D. S, Uachtfll of McKilrick Is visiting friends in town. C. W. Mulks, district auditor, has returned from Coallnga, and is paying the division accountant bureau a visit- Special Officer M. T. Bowler Is up from Los Angeles. Assistant Superintendent J. H. Dodd went to Fresno thi» morning on No. 7. Ivan Barker of the yard office expects to leave Monday for a visit to his home in Cleveland, Ohio. C. H. Smith, inspector for the California Fruit Company, who has been In Kern for the past nine months, left yesterday for Yuma. Sixteen lots, south half of block 139 on E street, between King and Beale, opposite Beale avenue school house, Kern. For sale at $68 a lot. Would make nn Ideal home. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2616 Manitou avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. 1,'!2 Martin Faure was in town today from his ranch In tho Weed Patch. L. Clotfelter was in from McKittrick today a sa witness In tho Boone case. Special Officer O. J. Memlo Is confined to his room with erysipelas in his face. Berwold's beautiful setting of Barn- >>V'H hymn. "Art Thou Weary." These young men'are doing apiendld work and their quartette is n credit to the city. first, is three days behind time. The. Lnprovence, Baltic, Campania, St. Paul and Mlnnenpolls (ire all a dac- or more behind. NUMUE I- UK oc.Al.ED Notice is hereby given that I receive up to ITie Tiotir of 10 a. au, December 2fi, 1908, sealed bills Mr FROST WARNINGS BY MAIL. A new system of card warnings was tlu ' hal ° ot lho watcr towcr Rn <* . . ., ,,,.., „ ,i trie motor and pump at the put in operation by Weather Forcnstor * Kane A. B. \Vollaber yesterday whereby the ii'iiit men in Southern California will receive a. brief forecast of temperature several hours in advance of the regular sheet each day. The cards w'll give a synopsis of general conditions and state probabilities of frost. They will bo muilo early In the morning, In time to roach ranchmen before sundown. Any one desiring the service can obtain It without cost by applying to the local weather bureau. WINDOW GLASS WORKERS STRIKE FOR BETTER PAY. CLEVELAND, Dec. '29.—Indications at the headquarters of the National Wln'Jow Glass Workers are that members quit work throughout tbe country this morning In order to enforce the adoption of a new wage scale currying an increase of practically 25 per cent. Five hundred men are out here. County Hospital. Said bids to be filed with tt* County Clerk, at bis office In fiw, Court House, at Bakersfleld, an4 '** accompanied with certified check JUr not IPBS than 10 per cent of OM> amount bid. I reserve the right to reject ai5> and all bids. A. J. WOODT, 12-18 Supervisor's Com. SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH PRATT'S 8CALEOIDE Soluble petroleum. Will positively destroy San Jose scale, and all soft bodied sucking' insects without injury to the tree.. Trees sprayed. . For sale at Chester avenue Nursery, corner Sixth Street and Chester avenue. Phone Main 746. ILL HEALTH DRIVES A BROKER TO SUICIDE. .JOPL1N, Dec. 19.—Standing before a mirror In his bathroom in his apartments today, Col. Henry B. Marchbank, age £3, a prominent stockbroker, sent a bullet Into his brain. Ill health Is ascribed as the cause of suicide. and If ho does not make you a read- teg tbut Is superior to any you have ever had be will positively refuse to accept any fee whatever. Offlee hours, 10 a. m., to 8 p. m. Sunday, 1 to 4 p. m. Iwidy attendance. Three reception rooms, BO arranged thnt you meet no strangers. Perfect satisfaction by mail. Send fl, day and date of birth, for Rial! reading. SPECIAL.—Prof. Brennan la the pnly medium In the country who positively tclla your full name; and he will tell It free of charge to all who come prepared to take a reading. Capital furnished for business enterprises; partners found; property bought and sold. etc. Remember the ad dross, Grand Hotel, oomer Twentieth and Chester avenue, Offic* laonted Jvat at Head «f stairs. tf One Week to Xmas We have the best selected stock of Fine Furniture in Kern County and every nrtielc in our store SUK- ^osts something useful in the way of a Christmas gift. OVER A JONES. BY THE WAY, have you ceen that "Hoo»ler" cabinet that we are going to give away New Year's Day—if not drop in and see it We will be glad to show how you may become the winner o! one of the most useful fir' tlclea ever pla<w*d la a kitchen. \ i

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