The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 9, 1908 · Page 5
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Hat Pins .* made out of Real Roses Kern City tett&t&Wt&ff&e&O&n A Ninety Cent Rate in Kern The Town Trustees met last night tor the purpose of (l\Ing the tax rate for the coming year. Following is the rate as decided upon: General fund, 7f> cents; library fund, !."> cents, making a total' of 90 cents, which is 5 cents less than last year. Last year there was a ten cent bond tax and ten cent library tax, whereas now there will be no tax for the former and an increase of five cents on the latter. The Attendance Supervisors do is Growing j Not Reconsider ;!i." in -"'• al:i"' a d t!,.' !>'• I'liiininu fi.iooth- ii' wan,: \>i"ilhel '.'. .•!'• ' ;:*•• and no -••luned for about Real Rose Hat Pins ,U does not Mem possible, yet it It true, ithat tbete Hat Pin* are made out of live rotes.aod changed Into metal by a were t proceu. This discovery is without doubt one of the lost arts of the ancient Egyptians. They are the most beautiful of all Hat Pins. No two are alike. Made in finishes to conform to the prevailing fashions in millinery. Six sizes • $l.&0 $3.00 $2.00 $3.75 $4,50 ! The sclifKil ; tie I dm\ n ; three month j parttuent all <•-• !;. ' l.V. (}JJ IICCOIII'. 1 '..•!' the work .'.as bi'cti home work v ii! l>e two wi-elcj. Inn al'lr- that time \vorK j heretofor will lie assigned as it will lie for the remainder of the ;. ":ir. The attendance this year is very. good, being ahont -I'l". which is a little in advance of last year. Today brought In new pupils nn(I liy the .-nd of the week all will no doubt lie ic^istcred. The following is the school calendar and It should Interest parents as a reference for the different vacations for the school term, quarterly reports. etc.: Quarterly reports-—Nov. <;. 10HS; Everybody Is talking about them. Do&'» fail to come in and seet hem. These are the genuine DBLAMOTHB Real Rose Hat Pins. MAIL CRD1R3 American Jewelry Co Solomon & Law. H;;I~> Nine>en'.h St. Safe Deposit Boxes —necessary —absolutely safe —cheap —a good investment —worth the iiioiiey $:\ the year. Bakfcr.sf ield Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA ** "The World's Most Et-autiful Playground.'' Jl'v.--- '•••. i•„:••• in a '."vi square ii)i'''i than any other .-p..t. The famous Big Trees. Scenic Mountains. Suit' Bathing superb. Largest and most mag- nif.cent Casino nn<l Xatatorium. Climate without an equal "NEVER A DULL MOMENT FINANCE When s..',.l.:;,i_- i-. place of safety i'tmr yciir savings. ten-st. teni' -iO " i!" J First Hunk of !C. .;.. 'V strenytli. experieti"'. • ' ' -ecurity ma!; it -< ''••"^•ri '• i 1 ' 1 "' 1 ' for you t i •.-..:•••.' >'• i:l "'-. Four pi'!' <•• '>'"• ! ' l ' s1 I. mil1 (in tin)' 1 <•'• i - ' ;.:.«! savintrs accounts. Cajiital, !f- r ><'i.OiHi00. Capiwi ^.jO.000.00. C. J. Plans, i-resiclent. Artn'T 8. >. :eb< Cashier. NOTES AND PERSONALS. Jan. 15, l!m .Mar. 1900, the closing day Holidays- Teachers 1 1flO!i; May 21, of school. Institute and KOI- ill.. HII-.in that the result nf the eleriinn ;,:- niYcctlni: the ciindi (hilc^ I'm- nilii .> mlfiht bo entirely in validated ii ill,, im'ii! option <i\iestiin \VeVC Sll I lllli'!. ,1 l>ll till- lliUlot, till' SI pcrvis'irs, |, ( i,. yesterday at'teni<><>! Declined In reconsider the iiciin ti on the petition fi!> I having thn -lilnnlsRlrm of the qm'sHn in view. I MM net Attorney Laird «,r. it as his o|,it):u (1 that Die weight i the aiilhni-ii;, „ \ V ;is that, the printlnu of such iiiH'Muin on the official luilli t Superintendent Worthlngton and party, who are making a trip through the. eastern and northwestern' states, were in Chicago on the 4th. Ice for sale at Wliltaker's corner fruit store at regular prices. tf T. \V. Herring and son Ward have returned from a three months' visit, in Georgia. During their absence Mr. Herring was very ill but it a great deal better now. NEW FALL SUITS AT ARDI2ZI & OLCESE CO. John Irlburne, a prosperous sheep man of Piute .Mountain, stopped over In town yesterday while on his way to McKittrick. ; NEW FALL SUITS AT ARDIZZ' & OLCESE CO. Mrs. R. C. Bull and children have re| turned from s-pe:i liiu the su\iir.:er in ; LOIIK lieach. ' fleo. Taylor or I .OH .Aiifteles was in | town to-lay on business. !•'. S. Halsteail tins returned from i Mexico and taken his old position as- I stenographer in the resident engin: eer's office. : .1. Morris of the Standard Wooden I i Ware Compiiny, l.os Angeles, was in .! town today. A. Fraser went to Ariuoua yesterday. ' i Mrs. P. M. Small came in from Me- I Klttrick last night. Thanksgiving holidays will begin Nov. 23 anil end Nov. 27. Christmas vacation will begin on the eve of Dec. 24th and will end .Ian 4th, giving a 10-duy vacation. Aside from Washing- ton's'birthday, Feb. 22, there will be no other holidays observed. Another matter which Principal Pauly,.wishes to particularly impress upon parents and guardians of children is that unless children are excused as provided by law each parent having control or charge of any child between the ages of S and 14 years Khali see to it that such children attend the public school during ses sious. The law also provides that no child under 14 years of age shall be employed by r.ny one " during school hours, 'and it is Mr. Pauly's intentions to begin the first of next week to make a thorough investigation and require all children under the age to attend school. would Illegali/:.. iho election, and h showed Unit a recent opinion of the Appellate I'niirt. did not touch this phase of tli,. matter at all. Tho question was again before the , board by reason of the appearance ; of a delegation headed by Dr. Us- I comb. Dr. Long. Rev. Vaughn, Wallace! Morgan am] others, appearing and asking for a reconsideration. Mr. ,1 astro and Mr. Woody acted as spokesmen for the board, the latter averring that much thought had heen given to the liquor ordinance, and that he stood for the action heretofore taken. Some rather warm discussions resulted belwwn Mr. Jastro and Rev. Vaughn, the former maintaining his position, and Insisting that the course of the board with reference to the question was the sane one to follow in the Interest of all concerned. Whether future boards could be bound by an Instruction of the voters relative to liquor licenses or not, the fact that the printing of the proposition on the ballot might throw- out the election, determined the board to adhere to the advice of the district attorney. THE NEW STORE. Drink "San Diego Beer"— The Beer of Quality. barrel. '.'•: aciiu.ilnted with tills good be..r b\ phoning n trial order now. Fred Gunther Co. Wholesale Liquor* Families Supplied 1611 Phone Eighteenth St. Main 99 No Bir Hayden Purchasing Bureau £30-832-331 Mo:i.'.rfnock San P'r.-'nckco, Cat. < liiisi"! lor ::.i- • . San Krmri-< • V '.••! -it sab- prices. .-'. i. !<;• • 'T -.-!. j •)!••• fi'vri •>••• ! in '. i|i>o;eil on n i|ii- ••'. ' sions for the tr.in- ;H i Jon iii"«s i-i fvety iialu.i LIVU prompt aitention loi ;i ,,,1-j.iwr- a* e compeiisat ion. B. A. HAYDEN, MIJI. Formerly Hayden Furniture C'_'.. Bakersfield, Cal. B. A. Haytiten Co., San Francisco. Cal Hdre Sells lumber After August 31st I wilt no« be connected with the Union Limber Company, but wilf eon- tlnue in the lumber business, with temporary offices In the Hopkins Building. Cltas. A. Hare Callfornlan want ads. Best results IMPORTANT MEETING. The Ladi' s' Auxiliary of the Broth, j erhood of Locomotive Engineers , will j have an Important ir.teting at the K. j P. hall at. 2::Ul Thursday afternoon. ; LADIES' AID. The Ladies' Aid of the Conc-ma- tional Church of Kern will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clocH with Mrs. Anderson at 1024 Beale avenue, and a full attendance is requested. Division Freight and Passenger Agent Hobert for the Santa Fe at i Fresno was in town today. Conductor Earnest Tyler and family leave tomorrow for Nordhoff, and from there they will go to Matllluja Springs for the benefit of Mr. Ayler's. health. S. Knsrl'- has resirrne.l his position as stenographer in the master mechanic's office, and left for Oil City this morning to take a position with ! the Associated Oil Company. I C. E. Bruce has returned from a 'Visit to Los Angeles, S;\n't\ Barbara I and San Francisco. , j Mrs. C. Brown and family are ex 'pected home Saturday from Illinois. | w!i"re !'.••> hav- !»"-u visiltii'; during O. liui'ton, who has been at .•HIM- for the past w...,'.; •.•.•<;:! i'.-" >:<•!•• baby e\!i"cls to re' : •» ;; i ' In v home ill Kecne tomorrow. .!(•" Cuda was in yesterday from his ' ••••\i-'l: : T Yin' h-nd district. M. \V;irnock is finite ill at the home i of bis liiutli'-;. Conductor Kay Wari iiocli. ALTAR SOCIETY The ladles of St. Joseph Altar Society met yesterday afternoon at fie residence of Mrs. P. E. Blair on Baker street. It was decided to give a card party and watermelon social next Friday evening at the Woody residence on Baker street and every one is invited to be present. There will be a hay rack at the drug store corner to take the crowd out BORN MEYERS— In Kern. Sept. 4. 1!m8. to Mr. and Mi's. E. E. Meyers, a son. KIDDLE— In Kern. Sept. 7. V.tOR. to Mr and Mrs. Riddle, a son. Trainmaster Campmn wr:i' '•> l->s| Angeles vesterday tn visit his fr'.mily. , A. \V. fless, wh'o lias been ill for tin past few days is now recovering. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind Over I he Tehachapi By Daylight! !.!;:i!y Irain leaves I'resiui S :">0 a. in. Arri Los Angeles S : :!."i ]). in. Leaves Los Angeles 1 -Xi ii. in. Arrives P l;o 7:17 p. 711. A DELIGTFUL TRIP USE THIS TRAIN Southern Pacific Co. Too Late For Classification TEA New York is too far from Japan; San Francisco is nearer. r ffturnf vour money ii you doa'l Vriir i Phone Main 228 For Butternut B^ead—we'll Deliver Promptly ! Its flavor wins favor! Butternut Bread has a peculiarly delic-ions taste a flavor all its own. It's the best bread that can be made. Try it! AMERICAN BAKERY A. J. Ferguson. Phone Main 228. FOR SA1.K—Good '!• room house, on (10-foot corner lot. with outbuildings, shade and fruit, close to street car. Will sell for $4"" <•»*" ( l'' w ." ; " !l1 ; !1IU -e easy Instalments. \\ n> i'jlj., vent when you can get » • .." . this. H. C- Parsons. 1,". (•< i <.,> avenue. . — an find suitable (I u n in"**- "i - - - . -i o -i (i horse for delivery, will tm> • /_-•'- NMneteenth street. "' i]-, one who iron. Pioneer tf.S. 1-H- 3C can handle a heavy Dy e Works, phone Main 133 Twentieth street. 'lUZEi WINNERS—Meet me at Murphy's cigar stand Thursday evening at 0 o'clock and get orders for prizes won Labor Day. J. M. Mo- Intosh. Phone Black 1885. A "4 FOR RENT—Furnished room, with hath. 2411 H street. Apply at house. WANTED—Good, gentle driving horse weighing lion or 12<m pounds. Must be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf TELEPHONE Fanners 7x2 IK repaired and you can order yo'ir O<-oruhi CliiiK peaches at once. (•(•;• W. Wear, Shady- Grove Hunch. VJ FOUND—One transportation book issued by the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company and bearing name appearing to be "Mrs. lierry." Owner can have same at this office by paylne f °r this notice. ::t; Redmen Attention! Adoption of Palefaces Tonight Also a Big Feed What Are You Worth From Your Neck Up? The salaried men are not those who depend upon their hands, but those who have trained brains. The business of* The i* International Correspondence School Is to Raise Men's Salaries If you are interested in bettering your condition, see the Special Representative in charge of the Window|Display in Hughes' Drug Store September 5th to 12th We can qualify you along any line and will be glad to explain our work to you. Students Work on Exhibit \ Special Discount During Display

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