The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 30, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 30, 1908
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Cancel Santn <)i |n'< iwy much iiiri»ntir-i to the money Hflagen oy. Tlwt there's plenty or Woliilny Riftn still left for those who will mnke return shifts. Thnt many who wt.-re too busy to go Christmas shopping will find a tmmlsotnc Hue of N'ew Year's gifts at Mice's DniR Store. Thai a GUM to ri.ife- ly Razor Outfit fur $5 makes the most .-'ill- able Rift for most any of the strner sex. That a Kodak <>r :i Fountain I'cn niaKe ;i mont oppropriiite calling gift for New Year's Da-y. Leading Druggists Baer'i Southern Hotel Block GEORGE HAE5SIG LAID TO REST (jrorni- Mnrsiilfr. the Maricopa team- Mi',-, was biirlc.l till* afternoon nl 2 o'clock from the underfilling parlors of Dixon & Sons. Ke\. \Ylenian was tli" officiating clergyman and a liirge del.•iatlnn of 111'' deceased's liii-nds were present. Tin- inquest Into the. cause of death \vus concluded Insl night, the verdict o.'lnn suicide. The Jury was compose;l of the following: Alf Tlbbel, (leo. T'.lor. D. M. Alex.imler. Pete \\ilson. .hmies Arp, D. M- Morrison, H. C. Mar- revs. Chrih Caw. Returns With Bride—Charles Crusoe. Hon of the late louden Crusoe, Is at the Southern accompanied by Mrs. Crusoe, a bride of three weeks. They arc on a tour of the state and will remain here until after New Year's dav It has been many years since tbi-Vriisoe family left Bakersfleld , to make their home In Berkeley and Chiirlea has had some difficulty In I recognizing his former acquaintances. 1 He In engaged In business in SHU Francisco. Aluy —Myrtle, what are your objections to marrying me? Myrtle—I have only one objection, Algy. I'd have in five with you.— Chicago Tribune. WATCH MEFJING AND PROGRAM Following IH the literary program to bo rendered In connection with the watch meeting Thursday evening at tin; Second Bnptist Church (colored), corner P iin,i Thirteenth streets. Tho first number will be rendered at) 9 c.'clock. Selection, choir. Address, "A Race That is Advancing." Mrs. A. Lincoln. Solo, "He Leadeth Me," Mrs. W. Hull. Comic sketch, D. Flail and M. Hall. Trio, "O Hestless Sea, Mrs. M. Hudson, Mrs. A. Person, H Houston. Heading. "What Role IB the Educated Negro \Votnan to Play In the Uplifting of Her Race?" Mrs. E. E. Bickers. Trombone solo, D. Paige. Male quartette. Address, "Education Against Tolling of the Soil," James Hall. Instrumental solo, C. French. Solo, "When You Are Mine," Miss Marie Simpson. Oration, "The Negro, His Environments and His Achievements," Rev. jF. T. Walker. i Address, "Colonization," Mr. Dab! ney. Recitation, "Modern Daughter," Miss W. Davidson. The Southern Bakersfleld's Leading Hot*) Cultlne, Service UnwxMlled RAKFIttFIFin OPERA HOUSE UflllkllUI ILiLiU tOBT. G. AARTON, n«na<!tr Friday January, 1 POWELL & COHAN "BUD HICKS, THE "Yankee Doodle Boy 99 A COMEDY DRAMA WITH MUSIC 10 BlG SONG HITS 10 3—GORGEOUS SETS OF SCENERY—3 Prices 25c to $1.00 Buy Seats Thursday. Sunday, January 3d, Carl Berch Presents the Greatest Living Irish Actor, Charles Erin Vcrncr in the Historical Irish Drama, "Shamus O'Brien" The Hero of '98 Mr, Verner will sing some of the real Irish Songs. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 Buy Seats Thursday. Monday, January 4th COHAN & HARRIS COMEDIANS In Frederic Thompson's innssive stupendous production of Win- chi'H-vHmith nud Byron Dudley's Drauuiti/ation of Oeo. Ban- Mc.Outeheon'H celchrnted story. Brewster's Millions WITH ROBERT OBER And the same notable cast and scenic equipment as seen here last season, iiicliidini; the World's greatest Yacht Scene Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Buy Seats Saturday Mail orders with cash or money order and addressed stamped envelope will receive prompt attention. NOTES AND PERSONALS. It. A. McCray, the Los Angeles oil man, is In town today. J. R. Ellis of Fresno Is in town. John A. Reynolds came In from Marlcopa last evening. J. M. McLeod Is in town. A new lot ot wool Coat Sweatets for men and boys at The Hub. 132 O. G. Gould and wife are at the i Southern. I J. H. McHride was an arrival from • Marlco|):i hist evening. j T. F. lirt'snnhan of Fresno is at the , Southern. I'Yoil V. Cor.Ion of l.os An-r"U>;-. Is in town. Tho young daughter of Mr. j and Mrs. Gordon has been 111 for i some time imsi, but is now much | improved. i The Hub has just received another j shipment o£ wool Coat Sweaters for j men and boys. 132 | J. E. Weaver is at the Southern from Los Angeles. Tim Sullivan has returned from San Jose, where he has been for some j weeks past because of the illness of j his mother. The .water situation in 1 Midway is responsible for his return ' at this time. Mr. Sullivan is one of j the owners of the 25 Oil Company's property. I The Women of Woodcraft will meet j I tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 in the A.' I O. U. W. hull to ballot and initiate ' 1 candidates. i I J. P. Wood of Calient'- is a visitor' here today. j Chilblaino. the ^uariintced i-ui-f fur chilblains at the HaUfrsfU-Ul l>ni^ St ore. lw Sam Ferguson la able to be out to- Jay and enjoy the sunshine rffter his; 'recent Indisposition. j I W. If. Coons, the Marlcopa nier- ; chant, is in town today. I A. H. Canfleld and T. H. Minor, went to tlic Midway this afternoon In CanfiHd's automobile. Mr. and Mrs. George Slack have re- turncii to their home in I..OH Angeles, after spending the holidays with Mr. • niul Mrs. .1. W. Killlan, UiH!) M street. Mrs. Slack is a sister of Mr. Klllian. ; Last Day cf the Green Tag Sale We wind up the old year tomorrow by giving yon the final chance to buy stylish jrarments for women at Ureen Taj,' Prices—it will be the greatest day of this great sale from a bargain stand- l-oint. Few of the garments are marked at ON'K-FOURTH OFF, MORE at ONE-THIRD OFF and Many at Half-Price EVERY GARMENT in our Cloak and Suit Department is included, such as Tailored Suits, Long and Short Coats, Evening and Opera Coats, Raincoats, Children's Coats and Skirts. COME TOMORROW—IT'S THE LAST CHANCE! 1 Want a New Waist for New Year's ? Buy it at the Great Waist Sale Tomorrow and Save ^4, y$ and J£ of the Regular Price fn this sale arc catered the newest and prettiest waists of messaliue, taffeta, lace and net. also inei'eerix.ed and linen waists, and netitly tailored warm woolen waists—in fact waists of all descriptions are ofi'cred Toinorron 1 at ONE-FOURTH, ONE-THIED and ONE-HALF OFF THE REGULAR PRICES. Last Chance *°^ Men's $25 Suits For Just 75 suits left to be sold Tomorrow- at this remarkably low price. NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU HAVE SUCH A CHANCE to buy high-grade, stylish suits at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. S1.25 MEN'S SHIRTS FOR 75c A big purchase jus! ivcelved 'nun our New York buy or who secured them at nearly Half Price. Ttiey are of heavy oxford shirting in medium colors. Very strong ana «.irm. all sizes. $1.25 DRESS GOODS FOR 69c Splendid all wool suiting for tailored suits and skirts, dark and medium colors In mixtures, shadow stripes and plaids. Goods worth up to $1.25 a yard, tomorrow for GUc. Th" Kid—Please mister/pin;me a n-h sirloin steak. Tin- Butcher—Tough? '•yes, 'cause if it's tender dad eats HI]."—Illustrated Bits. Too Late For Classification LOST—Watch charm with monogram, "W. H. W," Finder will please leave same at 1118 Baker street, Kern, and receive reward. 130 LOST—A brown yearling colt from the City Hay Market, Christmas day; had broken halter on neck when last. seen. Finder please notify P. M. \Vllkerson, Bnkersfleld. 130 STUAYBD—Came to my place on .Je.wett Lane December 24th, a gray horse, lame In front feet. Owner will please leave word at Lutz' drug store. 131 1 FOR IJF.XT— Cntlauc of live rooms col(iplelel\ I'liriiislied. Inquirf ot H. I C. Parsons'. 17i>7 Chester ave. !:."• SOLD A $35 WHEEL FOR $15. C. A. Mutno. of the new oclery, sold a Jliii wheel for $lf> Christinas day. A number of the friends of Arthur Steens, the Posla! KCSi;engi'V boy, made up a purse of $15 to buy the lad a new wheel for a present. This amount, was not sufficient but Malno came to the rescuo and let the boy take one of the best $'.i5*whcel8 In stock. For quite a while the "Teddy" beat's The height of style have been, But now I guess the "William" goats Will come a-buttlng In. —Judge. JANUARY Clearance Sale OF ALL '08 WHEELS We are jfiyiiiW . V(l " for the month of January, a Lamp, Carbide and Mull, plus a 10 per eent discount. Come in iiiid huy early while we have the assortment of such wheels as Sliell, Piwce, Appeal. Heading. I'eerlcis.s, Tribune. Maker & Hamilton. We have about 100 of the wheels which must "•<>. The same old place Bibles Cyclery 1807 Chester Ave. Phone Main 850. Yes, we sell on the Installment plan. TIOMAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Mrs. Henpeck (to her husband) — \\hat would you do if I were to die? Henpeck—It would drive me crazy. Mrs. Henpeck—Would you marry again? Henpeck—1 don't think I would bo as crazy as that!—London Opinion. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. Jones Carter's Hotel, Marlcopa Bakersfield Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 BETTER LOOK OUT For A. B. Herrington if you want Christmas souvenirs, 35c. 50c and 75c. Also gloves of all styles, fur topped and fleece lined. Plush lap robes, $3.00 to $6.50, feather and wool dusters, sponges and chamois, soaps, oils and harness dressing. A. B. HERBXNGTOF PAYNE |& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULACNF. Phone Answered Day or Night FOR SOLID COMFORT * Go to the •! GRANADA HOTEL* Sutler and Hyde Sts. ';" San Francisco *•' $3.50 per day American plan. * Headquarters for Bakersfield. * * .5. .j. .5. * * * * .;. * * .j. .;. * * .'. * That Special Sale of Men's Suits YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR IS Now on! A Broken Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats for $9.75 In keeping with our policy, never to carry any •jood.s from one season into another, we've taken all our broken lines of Suits and Overcoats and reduced them to Nine-8«venty.Five. Suits that readily sold sold for $15, $16.50 and $18. In most of these Suits there is only one or two of each style, hut th.ere, are all sixes iu the assortment. Browns. Grnys, Stripes and mixed, also single and double breasted Black Thihets. Critiei/e and compare. You'll decide them tho besl values over put out. Cor. 19th and i St. Cor. 19th and 1 St. S.WISEKOPF THE BEST MEN'S STORE New Coat Sweaters For Men and Boys Just Received

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