The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 4
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EflYQ-F AJzi THE BAKERSPIELD CALIPOBNIAN MONfcAt, bftCEMBlBR 21, 1908. IHochheimer's Give a Glove Order Give a Merchandise Order Hochheimer's r v «M «|W«»X i i k'i'eat drawinir mniriiot to Hneliei u , lrawinvr " la - l "' ) '" Hix'lieinier's for Christmas .shoppers is superior goods, superior service, superior values \v places do you tin,! a store Hint's as well liked ami as reliable in everything as Ilochheimcr'a. Day in and day out, no r !,/f ii K ' 0 °f a I'I'','„''* y "" l<now Hrt ' reasonable. No one ever goes away dissatisfied from here, for nothing but the' best'is ev «i tens ot useful Christmas g ifts that will help you plan and carry out your gift list. matter whether you're a stranger to the place or not, you're always given ever allowed in the store and only the best is given to our customers. them can-fullv. She a Warm Eiderdown Bathrobe ? hasen't, then -ive her one of our eiderdown bathrobes. prottily made and trimmed around neck, sleeves and down peed at $5,50. |ses and Handbags—Most Acceptable Gifts' ' " ss< "'" l " 1 " t Ul "" '""•* can't be found. Id a prettier or a r instance: That Christmas Suit Should Come From Hochheimer's You'll nut make any mistakes by selectiiiL' the suit at Hoch- Handbags, $3 to $10. leal walrus an,] aHi^ito,-; j,, a K ,.,, at variety of new shapes; |ith mo.rc s ,lk or leather; with inside poeket and c.iin purse. Purses, $1 to $2.50 Jity and mail ehain purses, in line oxidi/ed silver; verv ,lnintv Ire new and nm>t tashionable now. «i,.mi.v . )orters for Xmas desirable girts are tins- Isnrtcrs in sill;s. satin-. |ud plum effects. Come in Christinas box. ll from fiOc to $'_'.:")(). |rdown Comforters $15 sold quite a few eider- [niforters for uil'ls. and e\- l.sell more, as they 'iv siidi These are eovered with silk and are tin- verv [lity- Ik Combs For Gifts l : ind iimb. •<• baek combs '•lin or mounted in jewels • ities. '"•lie. T.'tc. Si si .Ml 4r! Fancy Cushion Tops for Sofa Pillow \Ve'vi- reeciitl.V received some inure tops iii California designs. A friend or relative. 1'riees .'i.~>c. ,")0e and (Joe. We still have n few of those Hit- Uerstield cushion tops left, priced Buy That Christmas i elt Here The, prettiest and newest styles heimer's—for no store in town carries the swell line of suits that we d". Prices read like these: For $25 \\v have a stunning suit of navy blue invisible striped serge: :i(l inch jacket; deep vents at eiidi side of center seam in bn<-k are set off with buttons: si\ gored skirt with inch tailored i ed with M row p in front finish- it' buttons. Still another suit for $27.50 that's the smartest suit you've ever seen j'nywhere for the money. . .Made ,,f satin striped Venetian cloth, in cedar shade; gored skirt with fold and satin back trimniiti!.': long semi-fited jacket with round cut front; trimmed in satin and satin buttons; lined with striped satin. in L'ilt, brocaded velvet, elasti webbing nnd leallier effects in a Holiday Ribbons for fancy Work For those who still have need of ribbons for the making of Christmas gifts, we know you'll like our beautiful Dresden and Persian designs. Come in all widths and priced from 40c to $1 the yard. See that your gifts are daintly wrapped and tied with some pretty Imlly and Christmas ribbons. Stationery for Christmas Gifts Choose it from our fine line of note paper nnd envelopes to match in white and delicate shades. They come neatly packed in a pretty bright Christmas box. Priced at 25c to 50c box. Gloves for Christmas —Excellent Gifts We have complete stocks and competent, experienced salespeople to wait on you. If you are Imying gloves for gifts, by all means get them here. At $1.25 pair Capital kid gloves, in white, tan, brown, green, gray, red, navy and black; 2-clasp. At $1.75 pair 3-clasp Florine gloves; fine quality kid : in all colors. At $2 pair Dent's gloves in tan; 2-clasp the best for street wear. If in doubt about the right size,, give a glove order. Our Toyland a Gre t Place For Children In the eves of childhood, our Toy Store is n great place— a won- 1 .clerfnl collection of toys, parts of which they hope to have Santa Charming Styles in Christmas Neckwear Tii selecting your Christmas neckwear, remember this is Bakersfield's best neckwear store, and not only the greatest number of styles, but best values are here. And here ai'e some particularly good styles: ^ Aa 50c Each : A new line of hand finished lace collars; all new models. At 65c Each A large and fine assortment of neckwear: only one af a kind : many different styles. A length of these for a waist or dress would be a delightful Christmas gift. At 85c to $1.25 yard m Clause transport to their own homes. And fortunately every child-1 ish hope bids t'nir to lie renlixed this year—sucl^i'roNvds as nro wealth of designs mid eolorin^s I ,. v ,, r y ( ^ n y \^ } y your toys here—nnd buy them riiiht away. await your selecLiims here. All' ere iiioiinted with beautiful buck- b s, and i-ini be had ill all [U'ices. Liberty satins; in plain colors and shadow stripes- all the latest shades. At $1.25 yard New arrivals in Persian silks; only one waist length of n kind. Prices range from '.'«(! to $2. ."•(). [rienced Suggestions for Men's Christmas Gifts useful, practical and gifts our men's store y almost everv need of a gloves, $1 to $2. imported kid, silk lined nd mochas; in the latest 11 sizes. Ljamas, $1 to $6. Ijs and Slumbering robes ; Ijlannulette, pongee and kpretty colors. |( Lrts, $1.50 to $2.50. [,ss day shirts, in coat III cuffs attached nnd sep- of imported and <io- kiries. Fine Elegant Furs For That Xmas Giftj We sell more furs than any other store in town, and carry the largest assortment. And, of eo.nrse, you have furs in your mind for some one's gift, so buy them here. ' ; Make your selections from our fine assortment of neck furs, ru^ and flat muffs, in Mink, Chinchilla, Squirrel, Ermine, Isabella tV\. Blended River Mink, Hlack Lynx, Hlue Lynx, Blnek Oppossnm and Coney. Prices range from $!..">() to $">0. Be Sure and Take Advantage of Our Plume and Millinery Sale Hoth these sales have been a great success, and while the buying has been very heavy there are still some very stylish hats and plenty of plumes for tomorrow's shopper. Why not give some one a plume or a new hut for Christmas. Reductions are these: $8 to $10 Hats, $5 $5.50 Plumes, $3.15 7.50 Plumes, $4.65 ' - $12,50 Plumes, $7.85 $16 Plumes, $11.75 $20 Plumes, $14.35 We're Headquarters for Trunks and Suit Cases See that the trunk or suit case you give for Christmas is the best so —choose it from our large and complete asortment. We have all sixes at all prices—and they're the most up-to-date- style made. Our trunks and suit cases always give service. Here are good suggestions for the gift list: In "Ye Ohio Art", Rhinestone, j« jewels. Hat Pins, 25c to $2.50 amber and gold; mounted with Belt Pins, lOc up Melt I'ins, beauty pins and veil pins; in many pretty styles. pnologue by ;s. Forker |'o of the Ladles' Minstrels S'Bfleld Opera House on the the 28th will be a mono- 'inn Alma Forker, and the I tter Is said to deal with Tuns who ere primarily the I1 jokea. I rehearsal neiu showed that [are making excellent pro- success of the perform- Announcements for St. Pauls The fullowliiK announcements for St. Paul's for Christmas week are made: Dec. 21 (St. Thomas day)—Holy Communion, 10 a. m. Vestry meeting, S p. m. at and Baer's drug stores, anil the Bakersftold Opera House. The young ladles, too, who are to participate, are provided with tickets on sale both at Hughes'to veil. Tuesday—St. Agnes Guild, 3 p. m. Wednesday—St. Paul's Guild, 2:30 1. in. Confirmation class, 8 p. m. Senior choir In chancel, 8 j,. m, Christmas eve—Junior Choir, 4 p. rn. Midnight mass, 12 p. m. Chrlsjjnas day—Holy communion, 10:30 a. m. Saturday (St. Stephen's!—Holy Communion, 10 a. m, Sunday (St. John's)—Holy Communion, 8 a. m, Sunday school (Advent boxes), 9:45 a. m. Morning prayer and services, 11 a. m. Monday (Holy Innocents)—Holy Communion, 10 a. m. Christmas tree and children's exercises, 2:30 p. m. Ladles Minstrels at opera house, 8 p. m. January 10th—Bishop's visit, JOHN B. BERGES Enterprising Head of Successful Firm in Bakersfield Bus/ Lire. in every community iiieiv art) a fo\v men who usually take- huh) of tin- rein of iiffairs and assist materially in currying out many propositions having in view the building of the section in which they cast their lot. Mr. BerK«i belongs to this type of men and is backing tip his opinion ns to the future of nakersfielcl by hirse Investments In business ventures nnd real estate. n,.» ( . llni(; (o UakerslloUl in 1SX1, at which time he was between U> and Hi years of ane, and during all these years has backed up his judgment as to liiikersflold's future by the enrouruKomeiii of all projects having the welfare of the city of his adoption, the beturment of conditions and the improvement of his holdings. Following up his business investments one will gnd a degree of stability and thrift, and also In the surroundings of hi?, beautiful home place on I'.itli street. Mr. BergOK states, that in time Bakerstle'id with h"r geoRraphical position and abundant natural resources will be the i|iu'"ii city of (he San Joaquln Valley. Mr. Herges conducts an extensive, wholesale and retail liquor business on liHh street, In the heart, of the business center under the Ilrm mime of .1. B Herges & Co. You will find the Mat assortment of 1 wines and liquors at 1623-1626 Nineteenth street. See the gorgeous display In the windows. ]24 Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard left last night for San Fianclsco on a visit. If you waul a i.lce drink of liquor or fine wine 01 yo,',r Christmas dinner table get it at Uerses & CO.'B. Here you are sun tt get the pure goods. 124 Monday, DEAR PRANCES: Dec. 21 arn you give Jack? Yes! I going to give Carl a fine box of Meroney's cigars. Why don't the same to MAUD. Jack Tobbotts' big GO h.p. Thomas- Flyer will leave every morning from the Majestic cafo at 10 a. m. for Mar- Icopa. and return at 5 p. m. for Bak- ersttelrt. All orders taken at the Majestic bar. Tol. Main 161. Pare, $D per peagengor. tf

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