The Bakersfield Californian from ,  on September 9, 1908 · Page 8
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THE BAKEnSFIELD CALIPORN1AN WEDNESDAY, SBPTfiMPtfR i>, >> ln» i ill! you hi' unable to mil .send d) us. Your will receive (lu i same and careI'ul atten- ;is ion^li you called at No delay when 'elcphone. Such orders made tip and delivered i I here , no delay in ,iltmie orders. -OME OF THE KODAK aer s Leading Druggists. Springs Fred Thurbcr, wlo lor some | weeks past lias been in ihe employ of| i H. S. Ashe, south 01 tiii-; city, I urged j at least three checks for $10 each | Saturday and has disappeared, j The victims of his misdoings are C. L. ; Taylor, Hupp Brothers and A. Welll. j Thurher claimed on coming here i that his former home was in Oakland j and lie had ordered his mail forward- i ed lo that place. It is said he was | a drinking man. though his conduct, i .here was good, lie disappeared on j Saturday night and has not been j beard from since. The matter has^ been placed In the hands of the slier- j if. j DEATH ClTlfS ANOTHER PIONEER .'"\celle(l for Uhcumatlsm, Stoni- ;:i:'1 Kidney Trouble. Ask your f.f, about Ihom or write for book- n i. H. Richardson, Chico, Cal. GET READY "» THE GAME ! ft doesn t matter what your u-anic is — hi vantage of being well divsed. particularly von. , or .school work — you much pect to the attitude of the realize the ad- people toward TRADING STAMPS Are you saving them? We have added several new and handsome premiums—Save your stamps. YOU DON'T NEED TO BE RICH To l>e well dressed, if Our Full styles arc netual got Vm dress suit "we've will buy you: roof of this far from $10 to .f_." here von want Come in and let us tit von out. BflWT TA&E IT AS A JOKE •vvb»>iA we say Unit the more synods i >•* t hny here the better you are A'l is ;\ serious fact. For our jf.HH .vviJi nivc '/renter satisl'ac- •lfo.v.n the ordinary kind. Yon yet, better value for your and that money tioes so j i-w (purchasing eoods here that i ry purchase means a snhsfim- :MIVJI,|e'. Sec tin- point '.' A, B. BERRINGTON 19th St. l ! ;j.<" Drugs Talks .Mrs. K. M. .McLeod, one of Kern) County's best known women, died last j night at the honie of her son-in-law, George il. Taylor. Although the aged lady had been ill for some time past and up to the time of her death was receiving I rained attention, the end came peacefully and without suffering on her part. The funeral arrangements are but partially completed. The services will probably be held tomorrow afternoon at about sun down at the Taylor residence, Tnixtun and F street. Rev. L. C. Smith of the local Baptist Church will probably be assisted by Rev. .1. Fred Jenkins of Lindsay, a former Bakersfleld pastor. Mrs. McLeod's five sons are expected to arrive here today, and tomorrow, following the old Scottish custom, they will act as the pall hearers. When Rev. K. M. McLeod died here ten years ago his sons and Pro- j t'essor George If. Taylor, his son-ln- I law. were the casket hearers. Inter- mcni will be In Union Cemetery. | Mrs. McLeod had resided j n Bakers- i Held since 1801. She was born in New York City January 4, 1832 and at ihe age of eighteen was married to Rev James McLeod. Six sons and a daughter, Mrs. George H. Taylor, blessed the union and until thp time of their moving to California, the family lived in Orange. New Jersey, and Lainshnrg. Michigan. Rev. McLeod died here ten years ago and five of the six sons and Mrs. Taylor survive his widow. Tha sons are Ed McLeod., ihe well known traveling man, who [arrived here this morning, W. H. McLeod. A. .1. McLeod. C,eo. O. McLeod and B. F. McLeod. H. D. Whltemore the well known local resident, la a brother of Mrs. Mel/eod. Despite tier age and illness, Mrs. McLeod was an active worker In the /•aiiso of temperance and never contented herself with Idleness. She was one of the most prominent members of the W. C. T. rr. in the stats and for a number of years was superintendent of the railroad work. She | also performed a great service In the relief work at the time of both the Chicago and San Francisco fires. Locally her acts of charity were numberless and have brought happiness to scores of families. Dr. Long (llomoepiitio Physician land Surgeon, electrical and X Hay Are You Proud of Your Boy ? Thei! tl'o not deny him the advantage of look-in^ .just a-; well or n little better than any of his associates. You may not appreciate how much this will uffeet the formation of his character and his chances for success in life. Brint: your boy in and let us show you how stylish he will look in one our finely tailored, perfect tittiuir "Best Ever Suits" If your boy is unusually hard on his clothes, you will rind that he will have some trouble in breaking throtii*h the double seat mid knees of the "Best trousers. The wire sewed buttons, and taped Ever" trousers. The seams of these trousers some mcndint;. will save you much tro Washington Fashioned Apparel TMB WMMIMTON <Xfc • i {fh THE EDUCATOR SHOE for school and rough and ready wear. They are tHe kind that last. GAVE DELIGHTFUL FAREWELL PARTY. DEADLOCK CONTINUES. CITY BRIEFS DKS MOINES, Sept. 9.—In the bal- j lot on senator today Cummins received fit; votes, lacking 10 to elect. "The kind your graaflfatner used." and he was of rare Judgment Profit by hla experience ana use Old I. W. Harper whtakey. Soii ny Brit* A The home of Mrs. T. W. Herring it the corner of King and M streets was the scene of a delightful farewell party last evening, given In honor of S. ICngle, who left this morning to i lake a position In Oil City. Music i made the evening pass pleasantly and j Miss Bertha Grlswold entertained the , guests with several of her well rendered recitations. Those present were Miss Kthel Oren, Miss Bertha Griswold, Harry Dailglas, S. F. Grlswold, Mr. Rorthtstle, \V, C. Troutner, H. Parker. C. L. Horseman, Mr. Boyle and S. Kngle. •4 « • Mrs. F. \V. Robinson returned home yesterday afternoon from a vacation spent in Southern California!! and the Grand Canon. Found Moonstone,—B. C. Carrere, who resides In Kern, hut who has property on Salt Creek, is in Ihe pos- session'of a valuable moonstone which In- found in an ancient Indian en- near his holdings. The lone is probaby centuries old. BAKfRSIIELD DRUG GO. Kahler Bros, MAIN Corner 19th rs.^ Hear Bryan Speak \Voiihln 'I you like to hear <h«' Democratic candidate v :nt.ijs<ilf I el I you just what i:is views arc on the trusts. tAi'ill', labor and oilier vrnpot'liuil questions of the day? does .just (hilt oil the in and hear him. Tart Records to arrive soon A Quiet Day—Admission Day passed by without observance save for the closing of the banks and the cessation of public business. About a Squirrel.—If President j Roosevelt happens to hear of tha,,story that R. R. P. Fox is telling, that popu-1 lar citizen will be in a fair way to j join the club of Nature Fakers. Mr. I Fox relates that in the mountains the other day, he was standing still in a path when a big gray squirrel came toward him unafraid and perched for a moment on his foot, from which point of vantage, the little animal [ hopped away into the forest. ! Pleased Father and Son.—A small ! boy borrowed a dinner bell last night and armed with that weapon of noise he went to the Bell meeting. On his return the lad said "Bell is the finest speaker In the world." And the father, who was a delegate to the late Republican convention added, "If he spoke truly, not a Republican In the t'nlted States oii'-ilit to l>c elected." Beautiful Walrus Tusks—Edgar Dranfleld ,an old resident of the conn. . ty, has just returned from Alaska and brought with him as presents for L. A. Schlosser and C. E. Real two beautiful walrus tusks, handsomely carved by Ksiiuimaiix and made into '•ribbage boards. . Paralyzed By Fall—John Smith, who was thrown out of a buggy Sun- ay and injured, is now paraly/.ed from his waist down. He is receiving attention at the couu'y bospiial. Steward Buckrcus is unable to account lor the paralysis, ax there arc no marks on the man's body to Indicate where an injury was received. Smith is a laboring man employed at McKittrick. Buried Today.—The funqral of John Dennis, the well known local character who died at the hospital last week, was held this morning from the undertaking parlors of Dixoa & Sons. Witt Examination.— Assistant District Attorney Irwin, Deputy Sheriff Qulnn, with Jas. Witt, who is accused of murder, left this morning for Randsburg, where the defendant's examination will be hci.l todav. PADEREWSKI'S CHOICE OF PIANOS IS THE WEBER DYER & JONES ai PHILIP W. O SIIEDERAim ¥URN1TURE ,««W«-10 Nineteenth Street, Telephone Main 173. Mrs Nettie Vo!iTi"i Story, iiulh icsidcni visliini: ill BaUerslleM Theodore A. Bell w- nlsht. 'ompany. i.-, uy with A!' ,it to ih" - ! Owl la : H. F In con paid a proper D. V. Basin . meeting Fred plant, v.. 'al.-ier night THE JOHN BOLLMAN COMPANY Manufacturer San Fraacitco Attractive Offering's Fall Clothing For Men and Young Men SUITS, OVERCOATS HATS AND FURNISHINGS your iulei'cst 10 l>o that call, alul be sui'i .splejidiil value.- models "COLLEGIAN" SUITS Notes and Personals L. P. SI. Clair has ivuirn northern business trip. Lyman Lowell r.-t Francisco this moniini:. Dr. A. F. Shaffer cam Midway llii.-> morning. The Valifonnan's lor< e i.; nn ligallons lo \V. M. Harris ;>,;• line wai.'iv.i.-lon- John Swett and family have returned from their vacation, s;n.-nt at Long Beach. Johnny Scliumate. who ^urnt the summer at Cutalina. ii-iurned last Mr. and Mrs. C- H Wickluui are town t<>day from Teliadiapl : Mrs. S. T. l.ebec, are and MI;;. • u tin 1 sou ill lielr vacation. Clarence Berry, who has recently returned from the Kloadyke, is In town today on business connected with bis oil Interests.

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