The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 1, 1909 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 1, 1909
Page 8
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We Wish You All A Very Prosperous New Year! Leading Drugalrt* Baer's Southern Hotel Block ROYAL JANUARY Clearance Sale 07 ALL '08 WHEELS ""' We are giving you for the month of January, a Lamp, , -Carbide and Bell, plus a 10 fiper cent discount. Come in " buy curly while we have assortment of such Wheels as Snell, Pierce, Ap>peal, Beading, Peerless, Tri- •DUne, Baker & Hamilton. We have about 100 of the {wheels which must go. i The same old place 11 *%• Bibles'jCyclery 1807 Cheater" Ave. Phone Main 850. YM, we tell on the Installment plan. If you want to pay but ten cents for a drink of whiskey from this day on you will have to pour It from the old black bottle the bar boy shove* over to you nnd even If you don't like It you will have to swallow It anyway. This IB the substance of an ultimatum (genet) by the Royal Arch which goes Into effect today, and 12% cents will be the price of all case goods hereafter. A number of the local saloons have charged a bit a drink for case Roods for some time past but the rule has not been general. At the last meet Ing of the Royal Arch the change wai ordered, beginning today, and all members of the order must compl} with It or else withdraw from the organization. And too, If you nave been in the habit of drinklug a little beer at home In the evening and have ordered three or four or even a half dozen bottles from the bottling works, from time to time, you can never do It again after today, ft you want beer from the bottlers you will have to buy not less than one dozen bottles at a time. This Is another rullns of the Royal Arch which becomes effective today. VISALIA'8 OLDEST RESIDENT HA8 GONE THE WAY. S. C. Brown, Vlsalla's oldest plon eer, and one of the most prominent and best known residents of the val ley, died at his home In this city at the advanced age of 82 years. Death followed'an Illness of several days during which he gradually became weaker until death overtook him this morning, Samuel Carr Brown was In truth Vlsalla'3 first resident, next perhaps only to Nathaniel Vise, whose cabin stood first upon the ground that now knows this city. He was here on the morning that the first pioneers of this county tnade their trip to this point determined to make this the county's capital. He was Identified with so much of the early history of this section that he may be truthfully said to have framed very largely the early history of this community.—Vlsalla Times. 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 robeif, $3.00 to .$6.50, feather and wool dusters, sponges and chamois, soaps, oils and Ksr- ness dressing. A. B. HEBB1NQTOF ""Very well, e!r," Jtied Dr. Kwaek, •fter hia quarrel with the undertaker, '•I'll make you sorry for this." "What are you going to do?" sneered the undretaker, "restire from prat- SUPERVISORS WILL REORGANIZE ON MONDAY. The Board of Supervisors will reorganize on Monday at noon. The old board will meet at 10 o'clock and remain In session until noon, when Supervisors Corsett and Peterson will give way to their successors, J. M. Bush and Win. Houser. A chairman will be elected by the new board, and committees tor the year will be ap | pointed. EAGLES AND THEIR WIVES WATCH THE OLD YEAR OUT A hundred and more Eagles and their wires saw the passing of the old year a-i<j (he coming of the new last night at EagloV hull. A very pleasant dancing party wag arrangei and during the evening many musics numbers were rendered. Fred Gun ther and Mrs. aoorge Gundlach sang two pretty solos and Leo HlrshfeU rendered several numbers on the piano. Ed Savole was at the head of the refreshment committee which tells that story. The principal Item of tbe menu w».s a roast poiker weighing forty-two jounds. It w»& much onjoved, which phased the t;t"lnl soda water man so m-"h that he forgot to eat some himself. A Virginia reel, participated In by fifteen couples, and several good old- I farhloned qualities were the most i enjoyable numbers of the dances. * u MACK, Cuolflr ». • vmta. President .J, J. MACK, Vic* President O. J. PLANZ. Anst Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Burplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—8. W. Wlble, S. L.Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith. L. QuRK«nhlm«. General Banking, Domestic aFo reign Exchange. Letters of Credit The officers of the Bunk will be glad to give the benefit ofr their-fix- iwrlonce or observation to at! ppersons desiring Information on matters of business. Year's eeting, ERE'S to you • health, 'andto your family's health-may you live long and prosper <£ ** <£ S.WISEKOPF the Many' SPECIAL ,SALES Sale of Women's Sweater Goats 50 dozen arrived Wednesday from our New York buyer—a manufacturer "cleaned them out" to him at "snap" price—nnd thus we offer them to you. They are stylishly made of heavy wool yarn, have chick little pockets and are trimmed with fine white pearl ',«Mttons. Regular values are up to $5vOO. Sale price •• •• SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW. Sale of Miss.s' and Children's Hats Ready t'> wear felt lints, in red, wine, iiiuy, black, brown nnd v/hitf. Just what th» jrirl* should l>ave for school wear. Va'nes are up to $2.JO: on MI'.C in cuiter itisle, mil in floor, at 69c Great Sale of Skirts--Samples One hundred agent's samples secured by our New York buyer at nbout HALF PRICE—Sample garments are, as you know, ex- ceedinjfly well made; these are tailored after the very latest models, materials are English suiting, homespuns, granite cloth, and cheviot. Mostly block. If you desire a warm skirt of material that cannot wear out, then here is your chance. These sample skirts are worth tip to 10.00. Your choice of the lot for $5.95 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. Sale of Long Kid Gloves Fownes best make in K> button elbow I'-nnth. Colors 'taupe, London smoke, and other new shades of gray. Reiru- lar price $3.50: Sale price $2.48 Sale of Belts Here are two belt bargains you must not miss. One lot consists of kid nnd silk belts in eleven new styles, with novelty buckles. Values are up to $1.00, sale price 48o Andther lot consists of kid, silk and fancy elastic belts in black and colors; values are up to 75c: sale price 25c Pretty Neckwear— 3 for the price of I Take your choice of cascade jabots of fine lawn, hemstitch' ed or lace trimmed: tailored stocks in all white and light shades, some trimmed with piping and pearl buttons, others edged with lace. Regular prices up to 25c each: sale price 3 for 25c 25c Ties for I5c White washable ties of lawu with embroidered ends, many pretty designs. Regular price 25c; sale price ,15c Sale of Men's Shirts An exceptional purchase of just such shirts as you would wear ight now. Well made of strong oxford in medium colors, all fixes, regular prices $1.00 nnd'$1.2.>. Sale price 75q SALE OF SUSPENDERS, •* Holiday suspenders are offered at LESS THAN' HALF PRICE —its a chance to buy a suitable belated New Year's gift at a bargain price. They are of Silk web and embroidered satin, with handsome trimmings, all neatly put up in attractive holiday boxes. Suspenden worth up to $2.50, sale price Suspenders worth up to $5.00, sale price $1.00 $2.00 Sale of Boys' and Youths' Suits Every suit for boys and youths, of all ages, is reduced 25 per cent. It means a saving of from $2.00 to $5.00 on a suit for your boy: worth while, isn't it? Even if your boy is not in need of a suit right now it would be economical to bjiy it anyway and save ONE FOURTH. Sale of Handkerchiefs Fine imported Swiss handkerchiefs, some elaborately embroidered with scallop border, others hemstitched with embroiderey in dainty designs inside the hem. Some are in the new dotted effect with fancy embroidered corners and popular cross bar handkerchiefs are also included. 50 dozen of these beautiful handkerchiefs go on sale Saturday at an EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE—the regular values are 25c and 35e; your choice for Remnant Sale jn = Pre»s_Good» Department * * Short lengths of wool dress goods ami silks from one to six yards long, suitable for skirts and waists, are offered ftt a trifle of their real worth to affect a quick riddance. $1.25 BLACK CHEVIOT, YD 60c. It's 54 Inches wide; excellent material for hard wear, especially oleslr- 'able for skirts. Xote the width and the extra special price. Specials in Notion Department EMBROIDERED tlreaser and sideboard scans; also sofa pillow shams and stand covers of spachtel work, One Fourth Off. BOX STATIONERY—48 sheets of good writing paper with 48 envelopes to match, put up In large fancy box. Special 20c SILK CORD—All black, also black with white, 12 yards In bunch, usually sold at 5c a yard. The whole bunch, each 9e SAFETY PINS—Nidcle plated, medium size, Sc grade, dozen on card for '. 3c SPOOL COTTON—Black and white numbers 40, 50, and 60, special per spool 2c ROPETINE embroidery Hoes, big assortment of colors. 5c skeins, each 3c Sale of Velvet* Ribbon Colored velvet ribbon in widths from one to three inches; good desirable colors for hat nnd dress trimming; all at One Fourth Off. Children's Black Hose, 9c Past black, narrow rib, spliced heel and toe, reinforced knee, all si/es, 12V->c values; Sale price, a puir 9o Big Sale of Waists EVERY WAIST is entered in this the'biggest Waist Sale of the season. Every one of them is reduced ONE FOURTH ONE THIRD or ONE HALF—take your choice of rn-ssa- line, taffeta, lace, net, linen or lingerie waists at the Qreat- Iv Reduced Price. Ladies Home Journal Patterns For January-Arc m. Also the Free Style Call For One. 'Books GEORGE B. DENNY AND MISS EVA SPRAGUE WED. George B. Denny, a popular con r on the street car line, and Eva Sprague, daughter of Mr, anu Mrs, Frank E. Sprague, were united In marriage this afternoon at the parsonage of the First M. B. Church by Rev. B. D. Snudden. The bride was lovely In a white casstinere, princess style. Only the Immediate relatives were present, ana the happy couple will at once begin housekeeping in a cosy little home at 212 G street, Kern. IMPERIAL COUNTY SUES SAN DIEGO. perial. The latter's officials represent that this amount was awarded their county by the commissioners appointed by Governor Glllett to settle all points at Issue when Imperial county was created. Repeated requests for this sum, It Is alleged, have been Ignored by San Diego county officials. GEORGE PARSONS TAKES A BRIDE AT MONTABEL'LA. IJporge Parson of this city and Miss Mariaret Kirk of Montabella were untti>!| in marriage at the bride's homo in M-.mtabella, New Years' eve. The hap: 1 couple left at once for this clt\, where they '.vili make their hoiv. . A reception will be given in their honor on their arrival. LOS ANGELES. l>c. SI—The board I riRftWn*AT~ of supervisors and treasurer of San' SMALL CROWD A. T _,._.., Diego county are made defendants lai RACE TRACK TUBAY- an application for a writ of mandate •" asked by tlu> county of Imperial,! The race meet advertised for this which was filed today In the county afternoon drew but a small crowd, clerk's office. ' | The track Is'ln fine condition, but the There Is a disputed amount of .races were late In beginning. Judge $;;370.74 between San Diego and Im-; Thomas acted as starter. J BORN. LAZWELL—In Kern, December 28, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs.. Lazwell, a NATIONAL CREST YOU WANT IT! iOLD ONLY IN TIN& Bakersfleld Grocery Go. Bakenfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th daughter. RAYMOND—In Kern, December I'l IMS. to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Raymond, a gon. VICTOR STEAM GAS HEATERS Now scientific dlscor- ery; great boon to throat and lung miff e.r- ers. Cost of gns for In hours, 10 cents. Gives summer heat. No odor VICTOR JET GAS HEATER LEADS ALL OTHERS Heats room 14x1$ feet lo an bout for gas. No. odor. Come and see the wonder. Also the renowned wild comfort gas heater 11.00. J. H. OARR 1609 Nineteenth St.

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