The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 22, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 22, 1908
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fm?*T* <f»««SffiKfi&S • THE BAKBRSFTELD , &BCBMBHR 2?, Hochheimer's Give a Glove Order Give a Merchandise Order Hochheimer's The <*rcat drawinir in «•• in rcu si' Iri "Knef to Tlocheirner's for ( 'hrislmas shoppers is superior jjoods, superior service, suni-rior values. , , aues. , n \.., avo n { von 1,, you find a store that's as well liked and as reliable in everything as Hochheimer's. Day in and day out, no matter whether you're n stranger to the place or not you rn a wa>? .gwen .-rior Hoods ut prices you know are reasonable. No one ever goes away dissatisfied from here, for n-thing but the best is ever allowed in the store and only the best is given to our customers. f<hristm " s *' ifts th ' a * wil ! hpl l } . vou P lan and ca "T ont vour Has She a Warm Eiderdown Bathrobe ? re pre ,1 -i* - h( ' r °, ne of our eid erdown bathrobes. ^sS?°-"-^^^^r- Priced at $">.r,0. Purses and Handbags— Most Acceptable Gifts '"' " """'' aNS '"- t ""'" t ""»' Handbags, $3 to $10. ««n't be found. That Christmas Suit Should Come From Hochheimer's You'll not make anv mistakes Purses, $1 to $2.50 Vanity and mail chain purses, in fino o.xidi/ed silver: vcrv daint- these nre new and most fashionable " " Fancy Hose Supporters for Xmas Very desirable gifts are fancy garters in silks, satins. moire and plum effects. Come in dainty colors, tastely arranged in a pretty Christmas box. Priced from 50c to $2. :">(). Eiderdown Comforters $15 We're sold 'quite a few eiderdown comforters for gifts, and expect to sell more, as they're such fine gifts. These are covered with Japanese silk and are the very best quality. Back '.Combs For Gifts _ Shell and atnb. -;• back combs either plain or mounted in jewels; best qualities. Prices, 5(X-. T.V,^!. $].r>0. $1 and $4.")0. Fancy Cushion Tops for Sofa Pillow We've recently received some more tops in California de-signs. A gift of this kind would please any friend or relative. Prices Hoc, oOc and Goe. We still have a few of those BH- kersiield, cushion tops left, priced at 5()e each. (Buy That Christmas . elt Here The prettiest an<j newest styles in "rilt, brocaded velvet, elastic webbing and leal her effects in a wealth of designs and coloring await viiiir selections hero. All i'l-c mounted with beautiful buck- b s, ami cnii be had at all jiri'jes. !>y selecting the suit at Hoch- !;'-imer's—for no store in town .•iirrics the swell line of suits 'hat we do. i'rii'es read like these: For $25 we have a stunning lit of navy blue invisible strip• <l si'i'-re; :!(> inch jacket; deep -.-••tits at '-arli side of center -•iiin in back arc set off with •'Minns: six trored skirt with :;.'lt tailored lap in front finish• ; \ iili a row of buttons. Mill another suit i'or $27.50 ':;:,:'s the smartest suit you've .-.••'• -•••a anywhere fnv the iii";ii'V. Made of satin striped i V.-Mi't inn cloth, in cedar shade; •-••'•'•d skirt with fold and satin liack trimming; long semi-tiled jacket with round cut front; trimmed in satin and satin buttons; lined with striped satin. Holiday Ribbons for fancy Work For (hose who still have need of ribbons for the making of Chri.-.tmas gifts, we know you'll like our beautiful Dresden and Pel-Man 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 holly and Christmas ribbons. Stationery for Christmas Gifts , Choose it from our fino line ol note paper and envelopes to match in white and delicate shades. They come neatly packed in a pretty bright Christmas box. 1'rired at 'Joe to 50c box. valoves for Christmas -Excellent Gifts "We have complete stocks and' competent, experienced salespeople to wait on you. If you are buying 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 Plorine 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 grlove order. Prices range from to $2..~> Experienced Suggestions for Men's Christmas Gifts " Sensible, useful, practical and acceptable gifts--our men's stove can supply almost every need of u man. Gloves, $1 to $2. Dent's imported kid, Kilk lined 'dogskin and mochas; in the latest •hades; nil sixes. Pajamas, $1 to $6. Pajamas and Slumbering robes: made of flannelette, pongee and eatin; in pretty colors. Shirts, $1.50 to $2.50. Faultless day shirts, in coat fityle; with cuffs attached and sep- rate cuffs, of imported and domestic fabrics. Our Toyland a Gre. t Place For Children In the eyes of childhood, our Toy Store is a great place—a won-! derful collection of toys, parts of which they hope to have Santa Clause transport to their own homes. And fortunately every childish hope bids fair to be realized this year—such crowds as ave <>.,miner every day. liny your toys here-—and buy them right away. Fine Elegant Furs For That Xmas Gift We sell more furs than any other store in town, and carry the largest assortment. And, of course, you have furs in your mind for some one's gift, so buy them here. Make your selections from our fine assortment or neck furs, rug and fiat muffs, in Mink, Chinchilla, Squirrel, Ermine, Isabella Fox. Blended River Mink, Black Lynx, Blue Lynx, Black Oppossum and Coney. Prices ninge from $1.50 to $50. , Be Sure and Take Advantage of Our Plume and Millinery Sale Both 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 hat for Christmas. Reductions are these: $8 to $10 Hats, $5 $5.60 Plumes, $3.15 7.50 Plumes, $4.66 $12.50 Plumes, $7.86 $16 Plumes, $11.76 $20 Plumes, $14.36 Charming Styles in Christmas Neckwea In 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 are some particularly good styles; j 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 $1.26 yard Messalines and Liberty satins; in plain colors and shadow stripes; in all the latest shades. At $1.26 yard New arrivals in Persian silks; only one waist length of a kind. 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 sizes 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: Hat Pins, 25c to $2.60 In "Ye Olde Art", Rhinestone, jet, amber and gold;mounted with jewels. Belt Pins, lOc up Belt Pins, beauty pins and veil pins; in many pretty styles. OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS A GOOD FLAY ATM The Rehn Farce Coim-dy Company, •which opened at the Union Theater Jaut night, was greeted by a small but enthusiastic audience, iind tin- uirini- mouse opinion of those present was that the play and players liosevvi-j tho jwtronage of the Hakersfleld iluwtfcr going people. "My Uncle's Visit" i.i a fart'o comedy, full of life and action from »turt to finish, with many funny situations, and laughable cotuplica- lions. U deals with the efforts of a ignorant of the past, by means of falsehoods, that lie has married tho girl whom the old uncle hud vainly hoped to win for ms own wnc. Disgusted with women, especially American ones, the uucle i?oi'S to Japan, vow- ins never to return, hut turns up at un unexpected moment, much to the discomfort of the young married people, and their friends with whom they are living. The, partH of the pluy were well sustained. Charles I'orley us Bob Riicki-U, the cheerful liar, Hugh Metcalf, as (he father, Walter Frederick .is ihn henpecked husband, und Goo. R"hu as the old uncle, were all esp«- rluMy good. Miss Maxlc Mitchell as Clarice, wore a stunning gown, and n udered a song in un inimitable manner. Lola Hiulcllffo aa Kuty UJH mls- chevioua maid, achieved a distinct hit, as did Rosa Rehu, with her conception of a tyrannous wife. Miss Hadcllffo rendered a soubrettt specialty In a captivating way, and Mr. Rehn won a deserved encore with his rendition of a parody on 'Dearie." 1 - •— —•»•»-«-— — VON PLANK STOOD OPERATION FAIRLY WELL. Adrian Von Plank stood the operation performed yesterday to establish the location of one of the bullets which lodged in th spine, fairly well and today it was reported at the hospital that he Is resting comfortably. Dr. Maupln of Fresno, assisted by Drs. Ix>ng and Helm of this city, performed the operation. One of the bul- lots was located imbedded in the Sixth dorsal vertebrae. U had plerc- (•(1 the spine. No effort was made yesterday to remove it. It is this bullet which caused the paralysis. There is little hope of relieving the affliction. A DEED OF THE WIBLE OMUHARD TO A. j. BONE. A deed was placed of record today whereby the Wlble Orchard Company transferred to A. J. Bone the real estate described as the north half of northwest, quarter, southeast quarter of northwest quarter, north half of northeast quarter of section 14-30-27. This comprises the land of the Wlble orchard and the deed Is dated in March last. A mortgage from the purchaser for $20,000 In favor of 8. W. Wlble and J. J. Mack was also filed. Read Hughes ad on page 3. before doing your Christmas shoplng. It GEELAN MILLINERY Main 450. 1329 Nineteenth Street. $5 Values $8, $10, and $12 Holiday Hat Sale This lot includes some new models made in our own work room and are exceptional values. All our fine exclusive- millinery reduced. Special attention given to retrimnrihg- old hats, so bring them tc us. WE KNOW HOW.

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