The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 2, 1909 · Page 4
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Pans Given Away FREE To all our patrons **. who call, we will give away absolutely free one of the new "So E Z" dust pans. They're something new—and very convenient. Be sure and get one. ! red Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Waifcpoms 1518 1Sth St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. »ENDiONE MILLION I, GREETING NEW YEAR.. CHICJ&GO, Jan. 1.—The revelers 1 '-oug)jQut the city spent more than I million dollars ,last night and to- In greeting the new year. Cafes, els and streets were crowded and tauraats remained filled until 5 O'clock; this morning. The demonstra- *on was'orderly. W* Lead, Other* Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE/A SON,'Porpt. High Clans/ Vaudevllrt, 'illustrated . Songs, and Motion Pictures Mailnees on Saturday and Sunday, 2:30 p. r,i. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:30. 'Second performance, 9 (Continuous performance} I PescriptiDn filling 1 Overture. "Bluihe* and Smile*" Mlie E. H. Franck 2 GU8 CALHOUN German Politician 3 Illustrated Song, : "Heart* and Eyet Paul Tpnjee . MARIE CELE8TINE The Crazy Soubretta 5 DEMARE8TIO BROS. Singing, Trick Music, Talking and Dancing EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES "RuMlan Cavalry" "The Substitute" PRICES: General Admission 10« Reserved Section 15c Reserved Seats 29c IT WILL BOTHER. Have you written 1908 yet when you wanted to write 1909? Of course, you have, but of course you have sworn off saying bad words, so there is nothing to do but to write a 9 over the 8. \ is our specialty. "We do this work accurately and carefully, using only the purest and best of drugs. We have only experts to do this work and charge less than other stores. Bring all your work to us. ••• Sabbath Day in the Churches Flrnt Baptlut Church. Corner Twentieth and O streets. L. C. Smith, A. M., minister. Residence 1919 O street. Phone Main 769. The subject of the evening sermon will be "A New Year's Meditation." The splendid large choir will sing.. 'Begin the new year rightly. Break the old habits, form a new good one. Go to church. The morning hour of worship Is 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Savior's Interest in Men." Bible school at 10 a. m. Prof. B. K Slmcoe, superintendent. Young Ladles Philathea Class, 10 a. m. Young Men's Bible Study Class, 10 a. m. The south entrance on O street will lead you to their separate room. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. nj. Wednesdays. Next Wednesday evening at 8:30 the Sunday school teachers' training class will resume its work. Any Sunday school teacher, or prospective teacher. In the city, will be welcome. First Congregational Church. Seventeenth street, between Q and H. Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Holy communion with reception of members, 11 a. m. Sermon subject, "Making All Things New.". ChlnjWn Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. - Ju ia-^ndeaTor, 3 p. m. Hospital service, 3:40 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 p. m. Evening worship, 7:30 p. m., "Retrospect and Proepect." Among other special musical numbers solos will be sung by Miss Florence Houghton and Clarence M. Fuller. Edgar R. Fuller, pastor. At St. Francis Tomorrow. Following IB the order of services at St. Franclsat St. Francis Church tomorrow. Sunday within the octave of the circumcision. Low mass, 7:45 a. m. Children's mass, 9 a.'m. Sunday Catechetical Classes, 9^30 m. High mass and sermon, 11 a. m. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, 12 noon. No evening services. Q. O. Frund, rector. - S FINE STARES HAL CHASE IN THE FACE. Phone Main 53. Free Delivery THERE'S A PIT AND SET To the harness we sell tbat makes your dollars do double duty in its, buying and the harness double service in its use. We have just received a freah stock of heavy draft collars warranted not to «hafc or gall the horse. Our line of dog collars is complete in variety, stylo, finish. PIONEER HARNES SHOP. MATTSON BROS., Prop. 1821 Chester Avenue. NEW, YORK, Jan. 1.—President Farrell of the New York Americans •will attend the meeting of the National Baseball Commission at Cincin. nati next Monday. He says that the commission will look into the case of First Baseman Hal Chase and may .render a verdict. H Is believed in I baseball circles that Chase will be ! fined for Jumping his contract last fall to Join thu California outlaws and that as soon as the fine is paid the Incident will close. A NEW POSITION. Kenneth C. Kerr, for the past two years commercial agent for the Salt Lake Railroad at Riverside, has been promoted to the office of district j passenger agent for the system at press. Closing Out All '08 BICYCLES $45.00 Bicycles, now $35.00 $30'.00 Bicycles, now $25.00 $25.00 Bicycles, now $20.00 1 Positively this reduolion open only for a few ;days. Good Groceries When you want out of Ihe. ordinary in groceries give us u trial. We carry the best in Ihe market nt the best prices. Our imported Italian olive oil and macarroni are the best ever. Groceries, Liquors ami Tobaccos. Pasquini Bros. 1269 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. Special Sale of Men's Fine Overcoats —Great Bargains— We never carry anything from one season to the othii 1 . Following closely to that policy, we now place on sale our few remaining overcoats at bargain prices. Yon already know what a high-grade and fine line oi overcoats we carry, and an opportunity to get them at bargain prices will surely interest every m«n in Kern County. There's only a few left so buy today and get ^he choice of the assortment. Reductions read like this: . „. $10 Overcoats, $7.85 912.50 Overcoat*, $10.35 $15 Overcoats, $12.45 $17.50 Overcoats, $14.55 $20 Overcoats, $16.65 $22.50 Overcoats, $18.75 $25 Overcoats, $20.85 $27.50 Overcoats, $22.95 SACRED CONCERT AT M, E, CHURCH The services at the First Methodist Church tomorrow promise to be of an interesting nature. The Sunday schdbl, a live up to date institution, with departments of especial interest to young men and women will hold its session at 9:45. The pastor's'sub-1 ject for the morning sermon will be j 'Power for Great Emprise." There! will be special musical selections. At 3 o'clock the Junior League will meet. The Epwortli League will hold its session at ii:0<i p. tn. At. 7:;!0 the large choir will give K sacred concert. Miss ,J;uie Barber i* t!i" oholr director, and all who atten:! j will be sure to hoar some excfleliii mmio. Program, Prelude, .\Ii.-s B. Hunt; hymn. "Oh, Worship the King"; anthem, "Praise to Clod"; solo, selected, Mrs. K, W. Walton; double quartet, Alices Bar tier, Tyrer, Yancey, Mrs. eLighton. Messrs. Lelghton, Jensen, Shoemaker, St. C'lulr; violin solo, Mrs. Ueighton; remarks. Rev. B. Dudley Snudden; quartet, with soprano obllgato, Mrs. Walton, Miss Ynncey, .7. St! Clalr, L. E. LeiKhton, Miss Barber; solo, "Come Unto Me," Miss Barber; Chiming Bells male voices; solo, "The Gift" Miss Tyrer; anthem, "The Lord is King; hymn "All Hal! the Power of Jesus' Name". The week of prayer will be observed at the First Methodist Church. Services will be held each evening, ecn- i tinning for one hour. Services con I mence nt 7:30. VOLCANO AND BOILING WATER SEEN OFF COAST OF GEORGIA. NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 1.—A volcano at sea and a field of boiling water oft the coast of Georgia are among the phenomena which British officers have reported to the hydrographlc office here. While fie British steamer Baltic was beaded toward this coast on December 31st, First Officer Landmary observed what he reported as an 'eruption apparently twenty miles distant, resembling a volcanic action." The weird disturbance lasted but a few seconds. The British steamship Lord Diiffern on December 18th passed an area of boiling water less than 200 miles off the southern coast, according to the captain's report. 4->-> -REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Controller to H. D. Bequetie, $7.GH 'ax lS!»7-!>S-99, northeast quarter of southeast. (inarlei section 2.V2fi-18. and tax ISO!* on southeast quarter of northwest quarter. Same to Paschal Bequetto, $61.80, tax 1S73 to 1877-79-S1-92-04-, northeast quarter of southwest quarter section 25-25-18. Billy Le Grange h in town for a short stay. Le Grange is now inter-' ested in the Utah oil fields. THE PIONEER MERCANTILE 00. WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND MANY OP .••HEM. Pioneer Mercantile Co < • i1 Oui •clumblin Phone Main 98. Too Late For Classification u MAC*. Cashier w. wtki*. President J. J. MACK. Vic* President. O. J. PLANZ, Asst Cubtar. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Burplus, $140,000 Resource!, One Million Dollars i Directors—S. W. Wible, 8. L.Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. Guggenhlme. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of C relit The officers ot the Bank will be glad to give the benefit otr their experience or observation to all ppersons'desiring information ot matters of business. Edison phonograph Headquarters. A complete line always iu stock. Have your old phonograph equipped with attachment for playing both 2 and 4 minute records. I can do it for you. I have nil size attachments on hand. GEO. L. SNIDER Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Flour It has the greatest demand of any Hour made and Is used by nil bonne- wives who appreciate line flour. When you're paying out your money for good flour, get it—anil always aak for this brand. H will pay you to try this flour and to flnd out Its thorough Kooiliiefs. At all grocers. I STRAYED—Came to 2502 M street, j F):ikiTsflpld, a bay mare weighing ! about 1000 pounds; about five years I ulil: black mane and tail. Owner | nay have the animal by calling nt aixivo address and paying costs. 133 LOST—-Plain gold bracelet., with . "Jess" engraved inside. Upturn to : .Jessl(> .Inmeson at Redllcks and re- i ! celvo reward. 133 I r-'OTNO—Sheepskin glove with ror- i j clnroy lining. Owner may have ; same by calling at the Southern cigar stand, 133 . STRAYED—From the Goode dairy j ranch last. Wednesday, two bay I niarea, four two year olds, one roan : yearling. Finder will please notify the above dairy or telephone Main 882. 136 DIXON <a SON Undertakers, Funeral . Successors to Morton & Conr BED CROC! AMBULANCE tfmbaliners. ^ Utendant. 1414 18*h 8t< -ht or Day, Main «. Phone* Main 295 and 1186 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cat. LOST—In Ihe vicinity of Panama blacksmith shou, taplderos and stirrup straps for right side of saddle. Finder please leave at Herrlngton's harness shop or see Harry A. Wll- llarns.Bakersfleld. 133 WANTED—Gent's pp-cond-hiand ~ bicycle in good repair, cheap for cash. Address Box 171, Bakers- Held, Cal. 133 SUCCESSFUL EVENT. """*""' The tea given yesterday aiternoon j at the. Methodist Church proved a ' very pleasant affair. A large nnmber was present to enjoy an excellent program and delicious to* and cake BWY- ed bjr the ladle*. Dreamland Dancing Wednesday, Friday » And Saturday COMMENCING FRIDAY, JAN. 1st, 8:30 P. M. THESE DANCES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN A STRICTLY FIRST CLASS AND UP TO DATE MANNER. NO OBJECTIONABLE CHARACTERS OR DANCING ALLOWED, N, SMITH, Manurar.

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