The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 23, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 23, 1908
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TUB BAEER8E19LD GAUFQJ IAN • .WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, UN. What Better Gift Than a Reable Watch? Dfjeaiflble Solid Geld »4 GoM Filled watehei No. 646 Solid Cc:d. TMn Mcc-'r.l. Open lice. Plain or C;lln Finish . . S28.CO No. 2025 Gold Filled, Lneravcd Huntlr.e Case 21.00 No. 536 Solid Cold, Diagonal Engraved HuntlncCaK: 61.00 No. 1016 Cold Filled, Cpen Face, Plain or Satin Finish 17.00 No. 1014 Cold Filled, Plain or S»tln Hunt- Ciso 18.50 No. 529 Sclld ObM, Engraved Hunting Case 64,00 Three Thrown From Buggy Last evening about 8:20 Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Clayton and Mrs. Kilbreth of the oil fields were thrown from a buggy and narrowly escaped serious injuries. As It was Mr. Clayton was knocked Insensible, making It neceH- sary to call Dr. West to revive him, and Mrs. Clayton had her ris-'ln arm badly sprained. The three were driving in from the oil fields and Junt as they reached the corner of Baker and J steets another team ran dp to their i'lg, causing the buggy to overturn and throwing the occupants to the ground. The horse broke away from the rig and ran down the street, being caught In front of the Totem cigar stand. ! Mr. Clayton was taken Into Hand & I Mctzner's store until he revived and later was removed to the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Turner. Pioneer Dies in Restaurant mediately after his death Coroner 1 Qinn was notified and the were taken to Dixon & Sons unflertmle ing parlors. Arrangements for *&o funeral have not yet been made. At 9 o'clock last evening M. Peyrrer a pioneer of the county, was suddenly claimed by death. He had just eaten supper In the Chinese restaurant on I street and had not yet left the place when he was suddenly taken 111 and before Dr. West reached the place he breathed his last. Mr. Peyrre was 53 years of age and was well and favorably known among his countrymen. As far as known his only relative is a Special Officer Bowler has retnnwt brother residing In San Francisco. Los Angeles. NOTICE OF SEALED BIDS Notice I.) liert-ny given t'uat 1 wilt; receive \i|> to tin hour of 10 a. ro^ December 2«. 100S, scaled bids for t7w> sale of the water lower and electric motor and pump at tbe- Kern County Hospital. Snlil bids to be llb-d with the County Clerk, at his office In the Court Hoove.. at BnkersfleUl, and lie ucnmpantef with certified check lor not. less than 10 per cent of the amount bid, 1 reserve the right to i eject any ace all bids. A. .1. WOODY, lj-18 Supci vhior's Com. Reliable Solid Gold and Gold Filled Ladies' Watches No. 514 14K Gold Engraved Hunting case, Medium Weight $25.00 No. 568 "The Lady Elgin" 14K Gold, Genuine Diamond Center, Hunting Case $53,00 No. 560 14K Open Pace Case, Plain or Satin Fnish $33.00 No. 561 14K Gold, Engine Turned and Engraved Hunting Case „ $37.00 No. 3002 Gold Filled Hunting Case Guaranteed 25 years $17.50 If you don't see the kind of Watch here that you want—see us—we have It and can promptly furnish any style watch desired at prices that will be of Interest to Careful Buyers. Reliable Watches of every Description from the inexpensive to the most costly. In buying a watch the safe way is to deal with a long established house, which has an honorable reputation to maintain. Our watches are reliable in every respect, have best hand-made cases and either Waltham, Elgin or our own movements. "We guarantee every watch and keep them in repair free of charge for a year. The American Jewelry Company HOLIDAY JEWELRY SPECIALS Fine Watches and Jawelry for holiday gifts. Special low prices on ladies and gents' lockets and chains, from now until Christmas. Will pay you to call. F. W. PEATERSBN, Jeweler. Iftth and L Sts. Lutz' Drug Store. 124 1430 Nineteenth Street. Phone Main 73. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barlow left this j morning for Ventura, where they will spend Christmas. L. R. Fosgate went to Fresno this morning on No. 7. Martin Barber of the Santa Fe Interests Is here today. J. R. McAllister of the Standard Is in town on business. Your Teeth NOTICE. We, the undersigned have asii eel to close at noon on Christvuas day. HAND & METZN'KR, 121 ADAMS FRUIT CO. To enjoy good health you must have good teeth. The UNION DENTAL CO. have opened permanent offices in Bakersfield and for the Next 30 Days to introduce their Painless Methods are going to do nil work for half the usnnl rules. By our latest improved method imd Electrical Appliance wo are prepared to do all Dental Operations. Crowns, Rridgework, Fillings and Extractions with least possible pain. If your plate-j rocks or drops in the mouth come to our office and we will fit you with one of our Double Suction Plates which cannot get loose in the mouth. We especially nivite the weak and nervous to try our painless system of, extracting teeth. No charge for extracting when teeth are ordered, so take advantage of the spec.inl low rates. Our success is due to skilled workmanship and gentlemanly operators. All work guaranteed. Union Dental Company * Hours: 8 a. m. to (I. p. m. Evenings. 7:MO to M:MO. Sundays, 10 to 12. Oaltes Block, over Oundlach Shce Store. Rooms 6, 7, 19, and 20. Nineteenth Street Bakersfield | NOTES AND PERSONALS. | J. L. Boyd, timekeeper for the en- ginemen, has resigned bis position and will leave soon for Los Angeles, •where he will take charge of a new office ol the Clarence Berry Oil Company to be opt n'ed there soon. A. E. Hilton ot the superintendent's office will succeed Mr. Boyd and W. E. Sullivan will take Mr. Hilton's place In the office. The regular cnnstmas exercises of the M. E. church will be held Thursday evening in the church and a very fine program has been arranged. The many friends of W. C. Wai- kins, formerly of the superintendent's office here, will be glad to hear that lie has accepted the position of superintendent of the Turn B,utte Hail road in Arizona. W. J. O'Brien of Los Angeles has taken a position as clerk In the superintendent's office. Mrs. C. A. Hlvely has rented the Stevenson cottage on Baker street and will move In from the oil flaldl some time next week. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves of Sacramento are the guests of their daughter Mrs. F. P. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1*. Murpny have ' taken apartments at 514 N street. J. L. BBFS left on the noon train today for Los Angeles, where he expects to spend Christmas. ' Assistant Resident Engineer A. Frazer came up from Santa Barbara i his morning. L. Andrews is in from Marleopa. Returned from Trip.—P. Frear and L. Vlasnlk have returned from a trip through the mountains. They brought back a goodly supply of game. Buried this morning —Tiie funeral of Joseph Jaccomlnl was held this morning at 11 o'clock from the Dixon undertaking parlors. Interment was in Union Cemetery. Sixteen lots, south half of block I 139 on E street, between King and! Heale, opposite Beale avenue school | house, Kern. For sale nt $65 a lot. Would make an ideal borne. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2610 Man• •.ui ,'ive , l.os Angeles, Gal. 12s In nvikinijr your Christmas pun-'ia:- <'.< see tbe display at the (Jrflnd'Caiid Sroie. lid 10 Chester avenue. Ciiri* mi'.s U'l'i- decorallonfl, boil linns. K lec-t candies !n fancy boxes, nuts (>l( Our prices are right too. 121 Buy Useful Practical Xmas Gilts! ; | fe Have on Display a Superb Assortment I Make your gift selections here from the numerous practical articles we have on display. They tire sure to be sincerely appreciated, as everything here is useful, desirable and stylish. If you are puzzled or in any doubt whatever, buy one of our Merchandise Orders. They will be issued for any amount and are redeemable for anything the recipient de- 'sires. Handsome Furs-Good Gifts JUST ONE MORE DAY! Neckwear Novelty Belts Handkerchiefs We have been receiving the •)<ist few days by express n bli; line of atti'acllve stylos. They Tire the ve.'v intesi New York ideas find will make e:rc"lli'iit I'iftM. We K!:O\V nil kin;!* of \V( \> i;r>-i'lilt'M, Persian patterns, leather styles, silk and embrokl- e!V"I efr'ovts. Seo our window display and note the clever styles; tlx- pr»lly patterns; ihe handsome buckles and the dainty gift boxes. In every Instance prices are moderate; they rnnfje from 5Qc to $2,50 A pretty fur is certainly a gift to be appreciated. We show a full and complete line to select from— comprising nil kinds of neck pieces, muffs and matched sets. Wo show genuine mink, genuine ermine, sable fox and lynx, besides many Inexpensive, varieties. Tliey are all soil under a positive guarantee. Sat- iHf.iciiun or your money ret'inrled. Children's Furs In a neat, pretty assortment, comprising ,such popular kinds > «s angora, squirrel, Imitation ermine, t-tc. They arc made In neat sots, consisting of a muff and a neck piece to match. Prices are reasonable. Opera Capes and Long Coats-Appropiate FURNITURE IsjheIdeal Gift 2OOO Articles from 25c: to $200 Just Come In, You'll Find What You Are Looking For They are all artistically designed; some are magnificent creations while other are in the daintier rich effects. They are mainly modeled after the new Grecian and direetoire ideas; many being ornamented with large buttons, pendants, tassels, silk and Persian braids, gold and silver bands. The new cape styles are made in numcr- erous effects; some have empire hacks; some have long points in the front and back, while orhers have deep braided slashes. It is certainly a tasty assortment, any of which would make the finest kind of a Christinas gift. Coat Model at $25 Made of taupe broadcloth; bound with harmonizing silk braid and lined with soft while silk; has a largo collar and brond pointed revera; also bound with braid; has cape sleeves and effectively slashed up the sides; a very pretty garment and very reasonably priced. PHIL W. NIEDERAUR 1408-10 19th St. Main 173 Attractive Waists Our assortment comprises a large range of popular models, made of nets, silks, lace, dam- *sk, madras, linens, etc. We show all styles, from the plain tailored models to the most exquisite creations. They surely make attractive gifts and at (Vur prices they are economical. Net Model at $5 Very handsome, made with a long pointed yoko formed of with appliqued medallions and embroidered dots; a panel front, formed of crosH plaits and 12 rows of fancy bice; trimmed over thri shoulders, down Hi" front and back with 'I -rows of lace in CJIbson efiVcl; direetoire slueves edK''d wllh two rows of lace, Silk Petticoats for Christmas $7.5O to $12. JO \\'e have now on display a very pretty assortment of carefully selected colorings. All are beautiful; many are exquisite creations; make your selections now while the assortments are best. $7.50 for your choice of 3 pretty styles, made of first- class silks, in good colors, including black, white and changeable effects; have wide 9 inch flounce of knife plaiting and tailored tucks; a deep perculine dust ruffle. Ostrich Plumes-Special Sale $4.95, $6.95, $9.95 and $12.95 \Ve. are holding a npeclal Kale of fine ostrich plumes, which makes * uood Inducement to procure a very acceptable Christinas gift at' a very economical price. They come in a good assortment of colorn, Including black and white. The reduced prices hardly represent one-half of their real worth. All Millinery is Now Reduced Even thing Must be sold at once HAMILTON'S » » 2000 CHESTER AVE. AT 20YM \

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