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.* J : -" "'i' THE BAKERSFIELD CALIPORN1AN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908. The Bakersfield Californian iMUprl K'-'ery Kvenintr Hit Sundays at kersii. id. fvvn County, California. * * .r. POLITICAL CARDS. •:•*:•**:• * * •:• v * •:• City and County Official Paper Cnl.. f ;>r .S«'cond-claf--5 Mail Matter FOR SUPERVISOR. I herewith announce my -m-lldacy for re-election to the olli''• "- Supervisor of the F?"Pt SuprrviP'cial His-__ , m-it. subject to thf rU-cK-r, of the ,1 Month; $:, a Year in Advance Urpuhlican nominating o :;v titi'in. N*. . —— -- -.* ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. TELEPHONES; Business office BRYAN HAS FUN. * * • r > • p Main 31 ; 'iTK>l>AY. SKrrKMi'.i;i»' I'M For President, WILLIAM J, BRYAN For Vice President, JOHN W. KERN For Congressman — Eighth District W. C. SHEPPARD For Judge of the Superior Court, J. W. MAHON. (lr| ,'(•_;!'") i!: I'HH) a pciii v ;l Imir of UK- country, spt-akitiu from many |tl»it forms .MK! tViun tin- rear • •in! of i'ullinjms, rvt-ry "p-sin, l»iir Jind lift le, in tin- land, '-very orator of the parly, am! a Liood many \veli meaniuLT eili/.ens also, [minted to Mn* e.-nuliJate's course as an one, not in keeping with tlie way that a man seeking Company Whole ealer Good ample earn at ions amp NINETEENTH STRE PHON th ofiiee nf President should (''import himself. Hut h$ this, us COMING ATTRACTIONS AT BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE. Gande, W. J. Gnnde, W. J. -h Glbbs, Mrs. Emma . .»'•' It has boon claimed and with ap* (tande. J. W 74.' • • ^h & — — " 2000 3000 300 3000 parent, good reason, that of the South- Guihrie, Mrs. For Aasemblyman, 66th District, ROWEN IRWIN For Supervisors, First District, WM. HOU8ER Fourth District, J. M. BUSH Fifth District, H. A. JA6TRO ! in many other things, Mr. Bryan j has lived to see his detractors Vol' low in his footsteps. It is announced for Mr. Taft, by his man- liters that ho is froing to tour the doubtful states, and some that are ; not doubtful, and he will soon be ern plays recently produced none has scored a more remarkable hit than "At the Old Cross Roads," made by ihnt popular emotional actress. Miss May Nannary. The cast this season Jeannette ^^ Greater, A. F M>«; Goodfriend, A. T. . .<M Glaze, J. T r.01 Garvin, Miles M. ..? contains people of splendid reputation (Higgles, Pattillo * . - "^ t -m •« • • ^b-. . » * • WHO IS RESPONSIBLE j appealing personally to the voters ia la William Jennings Bryan. All of which is rather lanuha- . nle, and Mr. Bryan is having some fun with his opponents. He and many of them were Jn the orig inal production. Seats will go on sale Thursday and the piece will be seen at the Bakersfleld Opera House on Saturday evening, and the indications are that it will be one of the liveliest sales of the present season to date. FOR SPEAKER CANNON? ^ ^ eovers the situation prettv fullv ( * *• says, in a reeent inter- when h< view: fesses to Weekly, which pro- fairly discuss public questions, but wh<tse partisanship does not alwavs M-rmit it to *_ro * • straight t<» tlie murk, contains, in | * 4 1 am «rettiut? a ^rreat deal of consolation out of the way the President and Mr. Taft have'been u'. F used to be called hard names because 1 advocated an in- loir The Montana Limited. "The Montana Limited," with its superb scenic effects, its absorbing story of love which prompts a man to offer his life to save that of an erring brother upon whose head a price has been set in expiation of his crimes, which include a sensational train rohhery is a notable contribution to the American Htage. Produced in lavish fashion hy the Kllmt & Gaz- Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins. Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgine, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins. Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Pattillo 4 V Ik* • • • • • 4 t t I t * , » * its latest issue, a timely article on ! Speaker .loe Cannon, whom it de- HCl'ibcs second hand as tin* "most stationary political object in the United States." That jmblicuti'.n acids: "The speaker observed the movement for pure fond and clean meat with disgust. He \vas hostile to Senator La r'nllettc's lull endeavoring to ^ivc a IIHUV lur- man life to railway employ*-^. lie was a bitter defender of the spoils system, and no idea of inn morality in politics has e\vr /olo Amusement Company, it is today the most brilliant offering at the popular priced houses on the stage. This piece will b e given at the Rak- ersfleld Opero House on Sunday evening Sept. 13th. .come tax and now the ineom" tax I 1 has been indorsed by tin- i'n-si- dent and Mr. Tuft. ' * " 1 used to be bitterly cd bc, ;i nsc I favored railroad H-ir ; ! CHAFIN SAYS BOJH u Hfmr, Now tbe I'™,!,.,,.! ,nd OLD PARTIES ARE Mr. i air liave brought th;i1 r-toriM ! into |io|niiaritv and I am no considetvd'danir.-nMN. 1 atto Pattillo Pattillo Panillo Patiillo Pauillo • • * * * HUMBUGS. PORTr.AND, Ore., Sept. 4,— In rh«- <lf)in ' He of an address before a t»nl P ht Kiisone F. candidate for the presidcn- a yood deal of criticism h.-! C y. declared thnt m-ithrr the cause 1 lavored tariff reform, but! Mean nor Democratic parties _ ;i litt> t i'i fffi^iti t \t, 11. '1 e so i:o\v rt'f'nn wer n ur-.-nt that .Mr. Taft is willing to im- to '' serfj session ei))led ;if1er iii 4 . . t • . i * • , ii . ii ; nn tl|(l S1!l( .i ( ' (tt - M used to etrated Ins obdurate intellect. Me| th;tt w||i . n , t . ||kt . (1 . )}j(mt . { able to Krn>i}t the national questions existing. He ad'ied that the protest;.- tloiiK of both parties as to the taiit'f were n}} ?»»::sh. Jin;] that the tariff h;id Pattillo Pattillo F'atrillo Pattillo Higgins, Patiillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Pattillo PattiUo Pattillo Hlggin-s. Pattillo Pattillo • * * * • * p I 4 1000 10000 2000 2000 100 1 25000 2 25000 4 25000 f» 25000 0 21*900 7 25000 5 25000 9 25000 10 25000 11 25000 12 25000 13 25000 14 25000 Ifi 12500 17 12500 15 12500 1LT.OO 10000 I{f000 22 10000 2?, 10000 24 10000 10000 10000 27 10000 25 10000 21* 10000 30 10000 30000 K-'.OO 10000 5000 f.tlOO 5000 5000 500(i 5000 5000 1:5 ' * * * 40 553 37000 „. th pmos. i was fought the resumption of specie; |,,. M ,| ( ., I(M payments /ormerlv. j,s lie lights j t(l|l(l thnl lh( . Aim-ri^Mi^ ncvei ; canic down when it once went up. » h _ i the Appalachian bill today, small and }n% thinirs it is same. lie fonirht the irreat imm'-asurablv valuable In '\\o\V UV liave ;( Kepllbl ic.'U* e for I'/'esidenl wllo belie\ es , . l ^eiama-j,!,.,, the Filipinos must ultin.ateU lull, as lie hums anv decent , For a Sprained Ankle. A sprained ankle may be cured in about one-third the time usually required hy applying Chamberlain V Unimenf freely, and giving it absohir. rest. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakers- fleld; Kern Drug Co.. Kern. ' DEUINQUENT^SALE" N^rTcF Higgins, HUa-ins, Mips Annie 545 2 Higtins. Miss Annie F.4C 50000 bit of arehiteet ., [• ; .nv MI \vho iippoihts a ;• 11 i [ i i i . i % • • • . nf 1 ,-f nntn ividiials and j ' ,,V" ' - i 11 ' • ; in: a!ids. ' alt i t IS ea-jjcj' in }»*•)». <i corporal ions e\i It matters noi v improvements look c< bun. lie packs coMimttlees airainst tliem and 1 lu^ ^M!- ; .-S j iu-ni. Is it not a disuTace 1 . ; -o-«-;dlcd s- M' A , M;ade ,-, \ 'imitaton <»f liiitterv. th v ; Hi^ins World's Oil Company— I/i cation of jirinciiml office. Presc(trr. . Ari/ona. Locution of M'incii»al plac" -' sin is ;,:,of busim^s, 8an Kraneisco. Calii'or- imitaiitm. ! n ' a - location of works, rfn^hlev. H;tr- A ' I'Js Conjj' \' TPY-S -• e sincerest ">i t i.\, s i \,,,.. \\"li. n 1 ..-, , t 1 .Noucc.— mere are delinquent UIKJII u '"'" ' U(!! 'itlie following describe! srock. on ;;c- flaivey. E Hiiruburj-'er, M. Hamburger. M. fiaiif, iienry \V, Hawf, Henry W. Hi.'u*', A. I,. Ilou-I^nd. Mrs. E. ''I. Hiiair, Christian . . O t so .'{00 4>'0 1(10 • • » • P » * I » 4 • • T;:S 741 st'4 r,s*; 500 I'M! Home Mission. Hoard of ually hud to,- ;n-'.ii.M(l over thi T]'<.i , -• - - ' • Mmmm**\m* BII iiiiiiij Convention of As.sessnienf (Xo. LM levied tt:i '• ^ arris - R - f1 to run ; t! i (1 14th day of July. IJios. UK- M-vera! ronntry limiting . :inionnls s * >( "P^ire tb< ' i it < • • « No\v it ts einnicnlh • • Mr. Tal't is eoin-'- ;< sh;M-e?'.()h|ers ( as or th* ^- lo it Aldernou, F. L. AlHersou, F. I,. » * * ' » llMI'l * « - « 4 I 10 \-\ \ 1 Alderson, F. L * • l»e \vislies free, whirh 1 to a t THE THtATRE V able t(» old s;» i •. l n 'III' "I" t li i;;t | Aldersou, F. h. . ; AldepFon. F. (,. . i Axcanite, AJn?. Josie unlumwn . Alexander. M. II. . . .\\;\<\ productions of j Alexander. .M. n . ..!.:J7 pre- I HliicUhurn. .1. H. Mow. Hroma'Ui, E. J. Hityden. R. R. ,/orucns. I,<j Jones*.' Mrs. ^ jf,'(n, ; .Jones, Mrs. fJniney ju'dO j Jones, Mrs. Cainey • ' )(1 ', ; Jones, Mrs, (Jitiney •* ^ ^ • _ A A *»4 6 * r looo 10000 Kton r.soo 1500 ! Jentsch\-, \Vm. ,,,, .I*'hu, ;-ii>\ Sarah th t - * * -Vli i e of th.- uotahU th«-itirical reason will si'niatii-n <»f "The Montana Limited," 1 Burke, .1. J. a ))la\ of th*' west written ''specially |Hurke. .f. j. lor KliiDi \- Ciiz/.olo i,y diaries Dricii \V. 1. Kdl Jl * ' r*u.oo * t I'T'.s, a\iihnrw of mimcr- iil or Caniio»> Would most most aild il rXpl'eS.M-s T( men ut* !>;(nvif'' f I'i"^. Will Vetr ;i man oenivs, and : he mav he retire • And ther misses tl)e Dnnville do not her.ded ol(| Tnu- they h;t\-. choose him live in ;»re. rjirnatir. a'thoujib in n '> seusalional as ir. ih nrdinrfrv phu-c, .uul no harm to i he of Ilu i other ilurlv chosen hv •> Not ville i lo th I' P. P A A A A t:i TS •Ifi lit ./one*- Phonias DHVH J. Hol*Mm V * . • • 1 - 704 7 *'." t ; (S>J , j Jahn, Herman ' " ; Jnhn. Mis? Clani • • * 4 2000 riOO nco 1000 » I M * it ' i I ' r L I i |f i ! .1 r J ,1 J .1 .1 4 w * I 14 (MI V _ * » • r 2 1 MMH) . ( J;".00 . H S * * T t I __ - :. u tiri^ridwii i « M 1 M n no Miss Ella Kf-i;t, D. M., trustee 1~ I ' 1 V^v.^__ \ynr.tTt-lcy. J. KymiM'sley, J. R. S. 1'7'- Win. '"i. rtr. ^r , » ' 1 . , Sr. Kk-upt'i-;-, t':•(-•:, Sr. . F.f :, Sr, , K :>•'}. Sr. U* *'**'] -w t* t I • t » I , fcl . . Kleup!'-r. •> . MU Klcuui' " CharUitit- iifinnn, It. T. . , HruofUs, Jnhn 11 Hrnncks. Jnhn M Hroocks, John H ! liroorUs. Jn}.i: ! ! -lolMi i! Jnhn H John M ,!o ; n *•' 1 • * . ^ .!"t.n '! - « I*MUI 1 1 1 * ' * ' r i . ' ^ f.nO (HI ,. .00 q ll 12 KU'Upl'cr, Fred, Sr. KU<U]itVr, Fred, Sr. Levy Mro!lt"i's . . . :>o.oo nnrt U'.'iHK 1 Hmucll- ' I ! II ' I r. I J Mitchtdl. ii. ( MiU'li» j i), '-. .•> May*-*-, Rt-v, 1 id'!' n ( '; , I I i t • t * M I id c ..n Ml I In" ' Noi K-:n • i (I Kn ! n I J r ** hut, fen re. i t for '' 1 ot her CM M i • -1 er i>T tlie 1 real <»tVi'iuleix the poAVel* tllill the second pine* 1 i our • I i '« M < J * • . ' i * j ( ;!,'•'• 11; ' t - t i i t' ^' •' tin*!) ;i n' Illf lH-n ( 'illlHitil Hi*. if * - • .MI ' th ! l» fj I I i i lain i uii- i \\a. 1) r«--a>i\i Tin awn plity \ • t *• r,. i ( . * r:,* F h MM t \ ni id K:ia M t ^— Kiddlo. U f* * I \'w. T « l ' . . \* Ai 20,00 Runnels. Lillian E. 672 'JO.00 Haiuiolph, Mary A. .641! Randolph, Mary A. .64N lot MI 4(10 10.00 Hoe, William S64 10000 10.00 100.00 Rice. H. B ......... 507 Stolp, ..unknown Stolp, F. A. ..unknown 20.00 Stolp, F. A ......... 173 Stolp, F. A 174 Stolp. F. A 919 Smith, Mrs. Ellen P. 78 Seley, Miss H. J. ..653 Stumpf, L. M. 658 Standeford.Margaret 761 Standeford.Margaret 779 Standeford.Margaret 784 Smith, Mrs. M. L. . .754 Smith, Irwin L 797 Smith, Irwin L 798 Smith, Irwin L, 799 Smith, Irwin U Smith, Irwin L. 800 801 Stone, A. 865 10000 20.00 1.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 260.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 125.00 125.00 125-00 125.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 I Shultice. Robert W. 559 ShuUice. Robert W. 5GO 3000 500 500 500 coo 600 100 100 500 2000 1000 1000 2000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Sheneberger,Joseph 869 10000 SS7 9000 537 10000 538 10000 Seitz, C. F Sweeney, J. .) Sweeney, J. J Sweeney, J. J 539 10000 Sweeney, J. J 540 10000 Sweeney, ,1. J 541 10000 Sweeney, J. J 542 10000 Sweeney, J. J 54U 35000 Stevens, C. H 948 Scott, Geo. A. J. .. .557 Scott, Geo. A, J. .. .579 Shujtice, Robert W. 55S Stetson, H. J. 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 jToitr, Mrs. Ilattie 969 Sturdivant, Paul H. 971 Suggs, Miss Underhill 580 Taylor, Jas. H 110 2(100 1000 1000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1:000 '000 GOOU 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 ^.T.O.OO Miss Annie 40 10000 100.00 Miss Annie 47 lOOeO 100.00 Annie 48 5000 50.00 S 755 1000 Tvree, H S70 10000 Theisen. A. 1> 570 Talbot, Mrs. Madrid 500.00 3.1)0 •l.UOt l.'Xt iiit.nu Ti.OO Talbot, Ben P 574 Vigus, \V. E oO Valieau. John S. G.. 64 Valieau, John S. G..151 Woo D. S., Woo, D. S, Woo, D. S. ... Wolfroir.. F. D. Y»V_ir,.i... F. !>. WoHrom, F. U. * • t 25 1000 2000 5000 2000 2000 looo 1000 1000 , * * f * > 1*10.110 20.00 10.00 00,00 io.oo InJ.im ' \Volfrom, K. D. Wolfvom, F. D. \Voin-om, F, K. K. \Volhorn. F. U. Wohruin, F. U. F. D. F. IX Kmma 11. \Vu:.-h. J. H. Wt/jfroni, A. E. William*. \V. K. \Vi:iiaras. Hubert . Willnms, liobort ....81+1 ---- i.H'0 907 8000 1000 1000 1UOO Ml • » t • 1*17 10UU 1000 1500 1500 4000 10.00 •1.00 1.00 100.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 0.00 6.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 100.00 100.00 90.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 350.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 60.00 10.00 i 100,00 .25 10.00 20.00 50.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 Hi.OU 10.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 8U.OO 10.00 10.00 1.0,00 10.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.UU 40.00 AREN'T YOU ASHAMED OF THOSE SOILED WALLS? When for 2 or 3 dollars they ould he repapered and gen- rally brighten up the house. Paper at Special Prices is our strong hand this week. You can paper your whole house now for what it would ordi nai now; specif] prices preva Let you eer roan Phone Main GUI Ichamblin ^ J Any time you purchase the \ern River Mills brand of Flour rou can rely on the quality being *ic;ht. For this is made possible scientific milling and the bent *f wheat is the only iind used. When in need of flour insist *n getting the 'Kern River MU1& irand. The best Flour for the money. Every sack guaran- *ed. * * * * * * • • » i 74$ 97*,' 10 f *.*(.» i: ' » o 0 ir..oo ",oo 2o. \VhiU'. Airs. T. b. .\Viibiir, Sidney ,,(, \\*iiour ( Sidney . \Vilbiir. Sidney . Warren, John, Jr. • * * 777 • t ... 877 523 i\Varren, John, Sr....524 'AVinfroe, E. H 525 60U 4400 2000 5000 5000 5000 2.50 7.10 CO.OO 20.00 10.00 C.OO 44,00 20.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 DELONEQHA HOT SPRINGS. Most, remarkable mineral Biir n California. An ausoiute cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-flve miles from Battersfield i.u 4l«rra Nevada Mountains. Fine Bum, .Tier climate. Good accommodation;!, terms reasonable. Stage leaves B' i *rsriel',l Thursday mornings betwe and 9 o'clock from Arlington nu<J Accidental hotels, and from Metropolis u Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- ireas, BARBEAU & ROQUETTK. Proprietors 1000 10.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 "Winiree, Mrs. Mary 10,(MI i C. v 549 in.00 j Wnrree, Mrs. Alary ,-.00 I C 552 25000 .00 Wlni'ree, Mrs. Mary .r»o C 5C2 25000 ti.50 \Vn;!;-et-. Mrs. Mary C Fif.3 Tidt'ft V^ - twt*t**t*tftttf\J***J *•• M ' *- . WluirTv, Mrs. Mary r».oo C ..oN -'Jt'Ou 250.00 Winiree. Mrs. Mary C 5G5 \Vinp, H. T 871 E. D. 8SO orth, Marshall 980 Chas. F 051 t Wriirht, .Mrs. Anna i Alleu 57G \Valknne, C. D. 15000 oO'J" 25 SOOO 50 1000 100't 150.00 50.00 .25 30.00 .50 10000 10.00 KMW 10.00 100.00 E. H. WHITE Real Estate Insurance Notary Public. Publisher "Daily Report 11 Kern County Records. Money to loan on good Seg curity. Sole Agent Royal Insurance Company, a "Dollar for Dollar Company, with "D>l- lars left." 1803 Chester Avenue Phone Main 905 n id -MI II HI r. A. D. 8«s ; unknown.... unknown Ami in accordance with law and an j <M(l*-r of the Board of Directors made; <;M ilu- 14th day of July, "K'OS, so many sluii'fs of each parcel of siu-h stock i a> ir;;,y l.»e necessary will be sold at ; iniljli- au-ction at the office of the | iompiuty, 612 Mills Building, San! Fi'iii.fisro, California, o n Monday, the | !-?'li day of September, 11*08, at the • -U'-i:- '•:' one o'clock p. m. of said day, i" i :.y said deUnquent assessment ii.»-f'uj!, together with coFts of advcr- liyiv.i" aiid cx])t i nsoK of the sale. D. M. KENT, fcv-f-r^tary. f '^:r ( . (.;]:; Mills lluildintr, San Kran- Calii'ornia. S-28 o want. adn. Hest results. THE UNION SHOEING SHOP RSE Moved Has Stabl Union and Oorne It'XV • nt ; Ihl t'" ! ls' 1 M l,»r :1 This is a Inivt'inl ! •; \ (\ .-. tY'*.|M of political strike DanviJI* ous victory march." er, but that pnMii-ati turn ifs attention ;'\vi j Djiera Vi l!l!li'. Si-Mt. l.'tl "At the Old «;' . ,ie lii' j- * M O. 1 ) n • :!"i-ivv J e-n 1 ('(;•-. ci-o. n.. u hi-!; t- >. i.;a.:'.: i MI );)>•:'( men of Dtuivillf \vii»». ' ! constituoncioft, are cftsi 1 . and direct it to the ineji who to know het-ter, whose intelligeiu'c wt» !mve the right to afiaume, is oV n lii-h ordt»r f and who alone are responsible for the fact that Can- aon is in position to exercise the baneful influciu'O that Col HOP'S says he does* in the administration of publie/affairs. .Viun, (;eo. r Roads." rations to pri'st-M! at tin- May unil a sp* rial Company will u in "At the Old Cross Roads " c'MVKMly drama tlio stor lov<» ji.uhoH and ronu'd.x I'ully lilt'iidcd. Tlh' sri'iies art- laid in aiUi around NatdH 1 ;-., Miss. It !:as tnH'ii prcsoht^d i/i a;) rho largor ''it (('Jnin P F of tlU' country frcni coast to coast f) n , n ' n a fucccss \n every sec- country. Although (tit- bit t'V- who ;U- MMI I T * t .".SfJ M; '111 I < t \: : ; i lion W. M. Crooks, \V. M. , .! i. .t, ion 'jr. no 1,00 OIL WELL TOOLS AND SUPPLIES and has tion of play has n , r nle a erywhere. Manager I \uley ways jiives hx patrons mi Ciuiu. 'MVis {'*( A. .( , • ^ best of Kd\v.!rds, K everything, has (his yar engaged the 1-Vnnel, best and n»opt ex; rnsivt 1 f-ornpany which has y.; .*-^:\ -»..;; ;., i/t. .'..y. .Vnnit* r.si «••,• . . . . S75 ton Franks, H. H 571 2500G 1,00 250.00 Phones Main 29 and 230—L, M and 24th Streets

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