The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 8
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Just For 3tirisimas llil'. I classy. fli'Vi'l 1 till' every Hill 1 !l!l<l con- Stum. They arc better th:m •isttal, pu'liraeing tin- newest iilciiH. Our prices are as at- "raettve as our <_">ods, so early for the best pii'k- SOUTHERN OACirOflNIA " PRODUCERS MEET TODAY, The Southern California oil producers will meet this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the * Chamber ot .Mines. No. 224 South Spring street, to take up the matter of organizing an agency. The committee apolnted at the last meeting, consisting of C. B. Price, .John Ott adn H. S. Wooylner, n<>n. Give Her Perfumery for Cliristmas. We would like to show you HIP latest, lone-life, daintiest odors in handsome, imii|iic holiday packages. She will appreciate them. A Kodak. 'has f'.it. circulars to all Independent prodii' 'era urging their attendance. The f| lestion of Incorporating at once will ''nine up. Too Late For Classification FOR hou- iKNT—Two newly furnished . keeping rooms; electric lights,: liniie ;md gns. 2227 K at. tf For a Man? j WAN I I'l> —A girl to do general house work for a family of three. Telfl- j phoin Main 1,'!58. 123 fM~PRTr\ r Kli COMBINATION DIPPER —Niu. useful articles In one. Every hous'-ttiie buys. 25c. Catalogue free Hull Supply Co.. 6H6 S. Plow or Hi . Los Angeles, Calif. 123 A fountain penr — perfect writing, solid gold pen and handsome trimmed barrel: size convenient. No leaking, big ink capacity. They cost not ton much. See the beautiful display in our windows. Baer's Leading Druggists. Special Attention to mail orders. TO I.KT -Two adjoining rooms furnished or unfurnished. Inquire 1221 H Mivet, BaUersfield. 123 THE T'KHSON who look the overcoat from the office of the Bakersfleld Laundry Association Sunday will please return same. 123 FOR SALE— Modern 5 room bungalow with pantry ami good bath; on n well improved lot; centrally located on ISth street. For price and terms sec Suiter & Co., 1020 I street. Main 1i:;i. 121 WANTED—Girl for general house work; 17U", C street. Phone Main FOR SALE—Twenty acres of good hind; close to town; Kern Island Water; terms; a bargain. Suiter & Co., I!i2i> I street. Main H:',4. 121 CHRISTMAS TREES—Order early and get your pick. Impure at 122!' Telephone Main i(5!«. 12li YOU WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfteld Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th ! HIGHEST PRICKS 1'AIU for poultry I and eggs, hay and grain; promptly delivered by phone orders. Phone Mil in 207. Farmers! Commission Co., 22 IT. Chester Ave. 125 i FOR SALE-'-Comblnation sideboard and china closet, a sideboard for U street. Price $30. $15. Apply Also 2109 122 \YANTED—A partner with services in a light manufacturing business; small investment and a good income guaranteed. Call 529 H street, Kern Cul., between 12 and 4 p. m. 125 ; WANTED—Good cheap lands. I can sell your lands if you list with me, ' as I have the buyers If your land Is good and price right. O. L. Rob ertson, 123 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 12£> .•iilifiirnian want ads bring results. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. 1 ;Jones Carter's Hotel, Maricopa Bakersfleld Garage, Bakerafleld. Main 142. Main 1260 FOR SALE—5 room house, toilet, bath, etc., chicken yard, stable, lot 3i'xl22. on corner. K street. Tin; house is furnished complete with coal and wood for most of the winter. Trice $2000. R. A. Moore, room II, Hopkins building; phone .Main -I::;!. I'ASTTRK—For horses, t'plon ranch one-half mile south of old stock yards, east of Kern. Telephone Fanners 27. 122 KlCV. MRS. COONS will lecture in the A. O. U. W. hall Sunday, December 20 at 7:30, The lecture will be followed by messages. All are made welcome. HEMAINS OF LITTLE CHILD TAKEN EAST TOMORROW. The remains of little Ivy Cook, the SingMer of Mr. and Mrs John Cook it," thin ciiy will be taken to Denver fiwoirow for Interment. The body will re accompanied by the mother and the grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Porter, who arrived last week torn Colorado. Max Gimdlacli, Jr. Bakersfield, Kern Co., Cal. THE LEADING SANITARY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT AND SHEET METAL WORKS IN KERN COUNTY WE MANUFACTURE SHEET METAL TANKS FOR OVER ONE HUNDRED OF THE LEADING OIL PRODUCING COMPANIES, USING OUR NON- LEAKAGE SYSTEM. Big Sale of Men's Suits *J $11.85 For Men's Suits worth up to $25.00 from Such famous Makers as: ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX. ROSENWALD & WEIL, and WASHINGTON FASHIONED APPAREL. These Suits are right Up-to-Date, of newest frabics and colorings* Get one for Christmas at $11.85 Suggestions for Men Fancy shaving sets—$l."i" to $0. House slippers—73c to $2.r>i>. Fine shoes—$3.00 to $3.oo. Men's wallets—75c lo $3.'in. Men's garters—23c to 50c. Men's garters and arm band sets, silk elastic—75c to $l.nn. Men's ties, four In hands, London squares, hats and clubs — 25c to $1.50 each; many in fancy boxes. Shirts, cnlf or negligee-—>c to $5.00. Men's underwear—$1.(K» to $7.50 per suit. House jackets—$5.00 to $10.00. Bath robes—$3.50 to $8.50. Suit cases, leather or wicker— $1.30 to $25.oii. Trunks, ordinary traveling trunks and bureau trunks and hat trunks—$3.50 to $33.00; Hats and Caps—25c to $1.50. Automobile gloves—$1.73 to $5. Umbrellas—75c to $*.30, Men's dress gloves—$1 to $2.00. Men's fur top gloves, Ih-ece lined—$1.50. Men's suspenders—25c to $3.50; many In individual boxes. Fancy vests—$1.50 to $3.on. Silk socks for the holidays— from $1.00 to $2.00. Men's fancy and plain socks— 12 l-2c to 50c. Men's refers, in black, white or grey—from J.' J ,[Hl,.V-. V-<-"'??•*"' •<»""•!»,',,,Tii,'Hutle or Barathea silk. (WALK-OVER SHOES An Ideal Christmas Gifl FOR MEN We have the exclusive agency for WALK-OVER SHOES. We have thirty styles of WALKOVER SHOES, Prices at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 ALL SMOKING JACKETS 25 Per Cent ^Redacton 25 Surprise "him" oa. Christmas morning with a warm, comtort- nble Smoking Jacket—they are all reduced. When a man gets into one of them In the evening he cannot be coaxed away from hom.>—is that euggestlv? ,/^st ge 1 , one for "him" and see "ticketed" t.+ will he. 25 per cent off means that you can $4.50 Smoking Jackets for $6.00 Smoking Jackets for $7.00 Smoking Jackets for $10.00 Sn •' . . ..$3.38 ....$4.50 .j'f.SO IF YOU ARE STILL IN DOUBT .DO THIS! Buy a Rediick Glove or Merchandise Order—A Glove Order Is a welcome gift to man in' woman; he or she can then select gloves of the right kind, size ami color. For a Merchandise Order the recipient Is entitled to any article desired for the amount you state thereon. It la good In any of our many departments—at any time. Suggestions for Men Men's plain white silk handkerchiefs— 25c to $2.50. 4 Men's colored border, hemstitched silk handkerchiefs — 25c to 75c. New brown, reds, blues and greens. Men's white linen colored border handkerchiefs — 5c to $1 each. Dig assortment white linen self plaid handkerchiefs. Linen initial handkerchiefs— 15c to 35c. Initial linen nar.cikerchlefs— 7oc per box of six. Men's sweater — 75c to $3.00. Men's sweater coats — $1.75 to $5. Pocket knives— 25c to $:!.oo. Watch fobs — 75c to $KOO. Scurf Pins— 25c to $l.->n. Cuff buttons— 25c to $2.30. Shirt studs— 25c to 75c. Suggestions for Boys Suits— $2.00 to $20.00. Overcoats — $3.50 to $20.00. Sweaters — 75c to $3.50. Caps — 25c to $2.50. Suspenders— 25c to $3.50 • Neckties— 25c to $2.50. Linen handkerchiefs— 5c to $i. Silk handkerchiefs — 25o to $1.50. Waists— 25c to $2.50. Gloves— 25c to $1.50. Hats— 50c to $2.50. Knives— 25c to $2.00. Shoes— $1.50 to $3.50. TOYS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES—Rodlick's import thousands of toys and dolls every year from Germany—and we sell them the year round. You can profit by our great purchasing power In selecting your Christmas Toys and Dolls from our Immense stock, for every Toy and Doll U marked at an EXTREMELY LOW PRICE. Come tonight, bring the children and see for yourself how far » little Christmas money will reach In Redllck's Toy Department. New Program at Morleys Another drawing takes place at Morley's Theater tonight for one of the 25-ploce slver sets which the num. agement now offers as a weekly prize. The drawing will occur at (he end of the first performance. The new program, which goes on (tonight, offers much that la good In | the line of amusement. "Fire at Sea" Is billed as the feature film. "A Trip Through Chinatown of San Francisco," taken before the earthquake, is another entertaining subject. "Blood Will Tell" Is a dramatic story. "Bicycle Polo" Is instructive, while the comic numbers, all of which are unusually good, Include "The Hen Pecked Husband," "A Countryman's Experience in Town" and 'fWitther Changes at the Smith's." The UPW songs are "I Want You," and "Back to Mother and the Old Home." SLVCN JURORS FOR WITT TRIAL At :'. o'clock thU iif:ern f :r>n ;i-ven jurors laid been chosen to try James Witt for the murder of Bradford Peck near Randsburg the second day of last August. The venire was exhaust- ed during the morning session and the court gave the officers until 3 o'clock to return another twenty-five tales- men. Witt is being defended by Attorneys Thomas Scott and' J. R. Dor- «ey. Tdie seven Jurors now In the box are William T. White, J. W. Davis, John S. Oswald, H. H. Spears, G. Ruedy, Jacob Land and I. W. Hale. Monday, Deo. 21 DEAR ALICE: Don't worry about Harold--give him a box of Merony's cigars, and he'll be happy. ETHEL. BETTER LOOK OUT For A. II, Ilerriiitftoii if you want Christinas souvenirs, 3f>c, 50c and 75c. Also Cloves of all styles. fur topped and fleece lined. Plush lap robes, W.OO lo $6.50. feather and wool dusters, sponges and chamois, soaps, oils and harness dressing. A. B. HEBRINQTON

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