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.- ••' BAKHRSFffiLD CALIFORNIAN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. Californian Uflu*'<l Evf-ry hut nt POLITICAL CARbS, K. City and Enter*'. Official Paper !f,c e itt iOce:.' I I FOR SUPERVISOR. I herewith announce my c,'?n:!i<1acy for re-election to the office oi Supervisor of the F**st Supervisorial Die* trclt, subject to the decision of (he a Year in Advnnee Republican nominating convention. N. F. IMOTKHSKX. HARRELL. Editor and Prep. TELEPHONES: ss office .,..,.-. Main 31 lil 1ISDAV. SKi'T. 1". 1: For President, WILLIAM J, BRYAN Fcr Vice President, JOHN W. KERN For Congressman—Eighth District W, C. SHEPPARD For Judge of the Superior Court, J. W. MAHON. For Assemblyman, 66th District, ROWEN IRWIN For Supervisor*, First District, WM. HOUSER Fourth District, J. M. BUSH l. which it is m»j H|» MS Follows : ! )t'ih'MTjiti<* \vhoin t h<- rmpluy of \\. "'i!'t . Fifth District, H, A. JASTRO A SILLY EDITOR It \> more than significant that when tin* [oral Democracy lias cast abov\t tor a t;oo,! man for Mime important local (.flic*-. It has with unerring certainty found him in tho office ;ind on lit*' pay-roll of the MK ^ iK!|>< j r. n. ii' true. Let s i.r not. There j.'inocrats hold- monopolies.—.' 'i'liis is im[".r' US see \vhetl.* r it are some til'tc* n ing eoimty ^riiN. members ot t!i*- visors. ."With the nouni. \vi cannot recall th.'if <nu' of thes* teen officials Wiis .111 the pity roll of tile "ltK';tl JjjojHM'lies" U'lien clivt- ed or ever <m such pjjy roll ;jt all. Can our neighbor name one;' And if not. has it 1-*l<i Hie truth or that other thine, which out of we do M"t specify, when it the statement quoted .' 1 is, w" think, no Democratic official. >j-ve the one referred to, \vho is now, or "was ever. in t he employ nf monopolies. Perhaps this discussion is not very profitable and we ask the pardon of our readers for participating in it. And nlso we apolo- trive to <mr esteemed friend, • i - ' •Bennett, and the likeable Mr. Bn,f- i fin^ton and those two good fel- i lows, Hlaek.and NVwHI for drajf- their names into it. It, was mly <lone by way of illustration, and just, to show how very silly the editor of the morning paper ran bo. and apparently without trying to be silly either, WON'T HURT BRYAN. Of course ifto effort to make it appear that Mr. Bryan i.s not friendly to the workin^rinan will fail. The lender's life time record is a eon trad ict ion of the silly charges that are being made, and laboring men, including the leaders, are already denouncing the canard. Mr. 1'rviin will probably iirnore the matter altogether, as, indeed, will the people of 0»<> countrv. rges ompany Whole Ciga uors Room The Goods Served amp atlons mples pplf REET ONEr MAIN NINETEENTH majority (hut will insure his election. | Gande, W. J Mr. Housor also has many friends IniOamle, W. J the mountain section wfib are giving jCJIbbs. Mrs. Emi.-.a . him a loyal support. Will Visit Here. Advice from W. C. Sheppard, Demo- •eratic nominee for Congress in this district, is to the effect that he will make at least one address in this county, and that he will thoroughly _ _ A • ^ • A t * ^H ^m - _ ™"^ ^f Gande, J. \V. ,.. Gnrhrie, Mrs. Jeannette Greater, A. F. , .. Goodfriend, A, T. Glaze. J. T Garvin, Miles M. 1 r, ;ioo moo f»frt 561 5Sf, canvass the district, Mr. Sheppard Higglns, Pattillo is a veteran of the G. A. R., a lawyer Higgins, Pattillo by profession and a man who is highly respected throughout the coast counties, where he has strong ..support. It is intended for those wfco appreciate quality, for tfiose gentlemen who enjoy a thoroughly matured, rich old Kentucky liquor—i. W. HARPER Sold bv Brttz * W«ieh«it. For a Sprained Ankle. A sprained ankle may be cured 'in about one-third the time usually required by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely, and giving it absolute rest. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfield; Kern Drug Co,, Kern, * ASSESSMENT NOTICED Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, PaUillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo HigginK, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo HlgglnB, PaUillo Higgtns, Pattillo HigglnR, Pattillo Hlgglnw, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higfiins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo * • 1000 10000 2000 2000 100 25000 2 25000 25000 20.00 Runnels, Lillian B. 672 30.00 Randolph, Mary A. .642 3.00 Randolph, Mary A- .648 Roe, William 864 Rice, H. B 567 Stolp, F. A. ..unknown Stolp, F. A. ..unknown 10.00 10.00 100.00 o ii • • • * * t * * • * * * 1 17 » * * in,.|,,,nn, V hr,, Th,,1 kind ,,f „„„,,„!«„!,,, is n,i ' J2 ^S^tee^S njml of Simrr- lom'H' toli-niteil. Its (lav lias'ness. Wasco. Kern rnimtv fi a \tfto n t.. 4 * * I'D of Snprr- longer tolrniled. Its day has i ness. t'Xr»*ptioM of a pnssml ami the man who 'mau.uu-' Notice than mtt's it is always hurl i' man who is , (M the l Field l Kern county. California. is hereby given that at n of thf - Board of Directors MHO on the 2uth day of August, 100S, an MSKessment of one dollar per share ovied upon the subscribed capital of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the Hfcvetury of said company at its office, \Vasco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Septem- • • • I * I * • * 21 loi'KK) '2'2 10000 211 10000 24 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 30 10000 10000 O" r t ber 30, will be delinquent and in tin* employ <»}' nopolies," or -it' but since the <• Oeorpe C'alhonn, president of National Oil and Refining Company, til** "local luo-ihas just returned from a trip through my m«iiop<»)y. 'the east, and though a Republican. Mr. \\i\v i-tinsii'M jo ! f ' a * nonn finds a strong Bryan scnti- advertised for sule at public auction, and unk'HH payment is made before, iwilJ be sold on Tuesday, the 20th day (of October. HMJ!-, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and expenses of ALFRED B. JORDAN, Secretary. . Pnttillo Hippins, Pattiilo . Pattiilo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pntrillo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Patiillo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins. Pattiilo I Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins. Pattiilo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattiilo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo --, Pattillo Biggins, Pattillo Hiugins. Miss Annie 46 10000 Biggins, Miss .Annie 47 10000 Higgins, Miss Annie 48 5000 Higgins, Miss Annie 545 25000 O'l uO Halo. me into th* Republican i' what is not to. th* upright tlmiiui. I'aul \V • . VllifUt n i t « i < ainl tt'il rlie V V.'e lllili!< it i lit n) i hat v TV . • \ r * 11'' •*—— \\\;]: h i attributes he Denver platform ; that commits the party to Kuarantee- itiK hank de|>osits, Owinj? to the panic DELINQUENT SAL?. NOTICE. • * * 20.00 20.00 1.00 260.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 25000 250.00 250,00 250.00 250,00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100,00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100,00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 50.00 fi 7 25000 8 25000 9 25000 10 25000 11 25000 12 25000 13 25000 14 25000 12500 12500 15 12500 12500 Stolp, F. A 173 Stolp, F. A 174 Stolp, F. A 919 Smith, Mrs, Ellen P. 78 Seley, Miss H. J. ..663 Stmnpf, 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 L, 800 Smith, Irwin 1 801 e>000 • t f * I I * I • » * • • * t I 10000 34 r 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 1000 400 100 10000 1000 500 500 500 600 600 100 100 500 2000 1000 1000 2000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Stone, A. L. 865 10000 Sheneberger.Joseph 869 10000 Seitz, C. F 887 9000 Sweeney, J. J ,537 10000 Sweeney, J. J 538 10000 Sweeney, J. J 539 10000 Sweeney, J. J 540 10000 Sweeney, J. J 541 10000 Sweeney, J. J 542 10000 Sweeney, J. J. 543 15000 Stevens, C. H 948 Scott, Geo. A. J. ...557 Scott, Geo. A. J. ...579 Shultice, Robert W. 558 10.00 4.00 1.00 100.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 6,00 1.00 1.00 5.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 fo.oo 10.00 10.00 moo 100.00 90.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 150.00 Shultice, Robert W. 559 Shultice, Robert W. 560 Stetson, H. J 969 35 " Stardivant, Paul H. 971 Suggs, Miss Under- bill 580 j Taylor, Jas. H 110 50.00 Toler, Mrs. Hattie S 755 40 553 37000 HfgKins, Miss Annie 546 Harvey, E 657 80 I'2 101 t • • * • • • HlKKins World's Oil Company— Lo"" of principal offire, Proscou, <>l' fhis year, the safety of money fn •Arizona. Location of principal plHoe hanks (»-cnpieH a )ar^e place In the° "usiness. San Francisco. Califor- lw - iiner. ilt"!'iir KiM'll That ;.j»it<l '.-i!ip;j!i\' ' ' p. and imlt'^'d. it' it Bcnnclt, N man in ih*- •• less nf Hint and f i . i < nl ;i .'>!'* I ' 111 j pli' apainst r»rth<»r failures is findlnp ! fjivcn 1 with fho public. I I'articulnrly docs Mr. raUioim fin*} tliis st-nMnif-nt strong iti rhc middle west. Bell's Eastern Trip. mind, nnd tho plan suggested j "'»• i-ocation of works. Hockh»y. JJar- I^-mfK'r.'Hs to insure tho poo-j ri:: - Bounty, Texas. There an> (Jf-Iinquent upon following ilc.scrihr-tl (=iocK*. on ac-r count of Assessment (Xo. ^i \^\\^ on 'Harris, R. C. tho 14th day of July. If'ns, the several i Hare, Miss Lucy Hamburger, M. Hamburger, M. Hamburger, M. Haye, Henry \V. Hajto. Henry \V. . H«g«\ A. I Howlatul, Mrs. K. '<. Hajig, Christian .. Home .Mission, Board of the Southern Baptist Convention 5K1 .50S .547 50000 ?>00 400 100 TOO 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 so.no 370.00 100.00 aoo.oo 50.00 250.00 500.00 3.00 2000 1000 1000 2000 2000 1000 1000 2000 1900. 6000 1000 I Tyree, H 870 10000 Theisen, A. b 570 Talbot, Mrs. Madrid H 573 Talbot, Ben P 574 Vigus, W. E 50 Valieau, John S. 1,00 500 5.00 741 804 100 1 00 . 64 Valieau, John S. G..151 Woo D. S,, 6c Woo, D. S 6 Woo, D. S. ... Wolfrom, F. D. Wolfron>. K. P. Woltrom, F. D. \Volfrom, F. D. \Vcilfrom, Wolfrom, * • 659 c 25 1000 2000 5000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 5 25000 10000 2000 1 ' I)P I Wolfrom, ; Wolfrom, Wolfrom, Wolhoni, i F. F. F. F. F. F. F. O. D. D. D. D. D. u! 890 891 906 907 909 910 911 OJ2 * * * * amounts set opposfte the names ot' the I ^ow, Thomas 8G7 respective shareholders, ! "Y'M'lonknl '.- MHT<' \\ !»1 v v/hu ihiuU T jH t ],.»ri(ltif. ti| r '^ li:' 1 i erii u tH follows; 1000 $]M.ii<| IOKO id.on IMI'MI 1000 Opinion that Mr. Bryan has a splendid c um<*im cntunv i. i surveyor the ft , spent his the Liunl Sieve, in Iin\V hits, . \V Mr H Hnf-! where . lias i - f ! Will Meet Voters. Thouuh. up to the present (Imp. , Alexander, iN xand'-r, I Hlucklmrn, ,1. .1. . J. -J. . Hlackhurn, P. A iinltru.H-n R. . .,'.':• ii* .. 1'Ml't MI , S 2 | M>- ; there is no candidate to oppose him, i Biacklmrn, P. A .1 1" U If its <,!(| that V surveyor i hut ii' w< the * i . i " !' i)isi!'i'>'iiii1;i!j<'. " iih'M »' \vt-e \v r< find soruethinu: ii'unt in tin 1 i'it .. We ejumoi f;-jffv th ( ticm rurther \v\\\\ tlir ficials, Ilie having ^iven "Ut, lail th* ship lias hoth a Kepuliln'mi .his-1 iliuMra- v t ,V- .Mahon will devote such time as ran be spared from his official duties rn a tour ot' the eounty, meet-ing the voters at their homes. The months between now and November are busy ones in tho courts and^udge Mahon may not, be able to reach every pare of the eounty. hut he will visit as many sections as his time will al low. Socialists To Meet. The Socialists have called a oonveti- •ini i'*i r September 23, to luuntnate a A A * • * • I • * * * t 4 t « r I . •Ja 1!» »(i -n *')»*> «! "** •»- fi \ i." 50t; Hehling, Herman Boffa, Charlotte rtninty tk-ket, A govorning tmarcl ! BurtOTi, H. T. ... was named last night consisting of t Broocks, John H, icnai , T. F. Allen, O. J. .Uundy, K. W. Wor- j Broocks, John H i,,\vn thorst, C. H. Howloy and J. T. Sharp, Broocks, John H I t I >\ 1 I * *K * L i * ^ _ _. . r\ — ^. _ «_ i. ._ r _.».._•* p. HhicUlmrn, P. Hi'oeec. II. J. Breeoc, H. J. Hroece, H. J. Breece, H. J. Hroi'ce. H. J. Hreeee, H. J. Hi'eeee, VI, J. Hreeee, H. J. Burro\iKhK,U.S. unknown t;"A t'.t'n 7i7 "nft r. i n Hroujada, E. J 07-1 Hayden, E. H 075 Louis . .140 bal. Jones, Mrs. Gainey .788 ./ones, Mr.s. Gainey .S55 Jones, Mrs. Galney .859 Jones, Mrs. Gainey .985 ! Jentschy, Wm 739 Jehu, .Mrs. Sarah . .759 Jehu, Mrs. Sarah . .S5S 1 Jones. Tnorna^ . . , .764 Jones, David 765 Jones, J, Hobson ..5S2 Jahn, Herman 5,'!(> Jahn, Miss Clara . .554 (f( , r , .Jahn, Miss Ella ....584 Kent, D. M., trustee 77 Kynuersley. J. R. S. 1^4 Kynnersley, J. R. S. 97K Knapp, Wm. looo o.OO u:!0o 875 1500 aooo 500 2500 500 2000 500 11W) 100(1 100(1 500 1000 Wcdfiom, 10 > |0 iWaJsb, J, B. .. ' 'WoJfrom, A. E, W-Jliams, W, E, , Williams, Robert -r Willams, Robert 916 917 Emma H. 070 r.soo * * * » " 30.nO 5.00 2'..dO 5.00 20.00 5.00 II.Ot) 5.00 • * • < • I * t 502 KM HIM i:r,oo 7t"ti ft 2 Jo. 00 2.50 Ivlou Kleu Fred, Sr. Fred, Sr. S72 srj si:; 5000 r,7o r.oo r.oo r.oo Klenpf r 1 1000 •i r OllO Abp to Speak. T: * i ' , '. , ' V ! Al)0 u.'vschen, a Socialist speaker, tice Ot the pcii-/^ iint \ a hcpnlili- j will address a meeting h<*n> on Sutur- constuhl e ;tnd it 1 can serves us ri^'ht eu'-h <»f them WHS m ' r employed by the V4 ]i>cjil lies/' Hut w have vet Brooch H, John 11 HroookK, John J' BroocKs, John H tih'iimrv i ( l»y niKht next at the Arlington cor- I HmockK. John H Broocks, John H Broockg, John H John H I - I 4 f 100 ' ' 0 0 1 4 250.0(1 in.oo 1.00 10.00 r.o.tio r.o.oo r.o.oo 50. Of I .-0.00 . r >n.oo .'D.OO Hi »*('. I tu lhat any one say that -luiluo Ulnok is | for supervisor, will any the worse justice 1'or having ahn _y inK on tho been a foroinnn »t an employe oi' tho company, or that Hoono NV\vell is Strong in Randftburg. comes from Ramltthurg Honser, the nonnuM'atle nomine*' mnko a strong , obtaining a MS SID 820 r,oo 500 r>oo 2500 51 KM l 11.01) street railwa ;i eh 1 -; \V any less an he stood on the business crul "l 1 street car for a number ut 1 There is only . one other Reublican resident who has quired a political job, juid that is the editor of the morning paper, and in view of his reckless state } ment* it rniuht be inter*.stin^ to • inquire what, HIS sen-ire consist-1 ed of before he Iwetmie a ]jj\vjnak-j er; yes and AKTMK* lie was the servant ol the neain to dimly recall the local attorney for that certain corporation known as the Santa Fc Railway Company. K»>r many years he was on the "pay roll that monopoly" which is ha worse throughout the middle western states, where it has control of transportation, than is the youthem Pacific in California. Did the Santa Fe with "unerring certainty*' find the editor, or how WHB it? « t i i * m- !- i H lie was Pian Timi Phone Mam orn Your Cream Tecs Pru Can SPECIAL DELIVERY FREE From OOPPIN Prop :;:» Broot-ks, John H. Broocks, John M. Urooc-ks, John M. Rroocks, John H. Rroocks, John H. nnuwks, John H. BroocUs, John H Broocks, John Ii, Broorks, John H Broocks, John H BeveiiK, K.h. Bividenbeckei Kiln M Bn'HlenlH'eUer, .Mrs, lOlla M ;n;r» Brdilcnbeckor, MJ-K. Ella M fn',7 BroIUcnbocker, Mrs. BJI« M. O. C. J. P. . 10000 ;•;."! HHHilt 10K.OO 100.00 IlMI/10 '-'*'!. flfl lnfi.00 lHO.00 1'nt.OO M Klenpfer, Fre«l, Sr. Klenpfor, Fred, Sr. .Sir, Fre'l, Sr. .sic Fred, Sr. Fred, Sr. Kleupfer, Fred, Sr. Kleupfor, Fred, Sr. Kleupfer, Fred, Sr, Kletipfer, Fred, Sr. ,S22 5(»00 Latimcr.Mrs.JennleE S5 600 Levy Brothers 550 12500 Long.MrB.EloanuKr, 555 1000 Mitchell, H. C 1GS Mitchell, L. A 16!* Mayes, Rev. h. T. . .5'M MacFadclen,Catherine !^ Mills, N. L 575 Mitchell, D. P 577 McCoy, H. L yoo Norris.EUwin . unknown 12500 Northey. Edna B. . .S2S r>tto Nevlns, Mrs. M 760 Neidt, Mrs. M. H. . .9;js Norman, Lymun E. 571! Orr, Monroe J tJTt', Olephant, Robt. C. . Powell.SAV., trustee Peck, R. M 672 Phelps, A. D 077 Parlsien, Ida 740 Plllot, 1 551 Riddle, Miss Effle U. r.4 RetlJy, Wra. J. ... 6.50 50.00 5. 70 5.00 5.00 STC 74S 970 752 763 756 777 838 877 Warren, John, Jr... ,523 Warren, John, Sr....524 White. Mrs. T. Wilbur, Sidney Wilbur, Sidney Wilbur, Sidney * • * * t » E. H 525 Mrs. Mary 5000 5000 8000 1000 1000 1000 3000 1000 1000 1500 1500 4UOO 900 250 710 GOOD 2000 1000 600 4400 2000 5000 5000 5000 10.00 ' 10.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 60.00 10.00 100.00 ,25 10.00 20.00 50.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 80.0010.00 10.00 10.00 10,00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 40.00 9.00 2.50 7.10 60.00 20.00 10.00 6.00 44.00 20.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 1000 10.00 Mrs. Mary .552 25000 250.00 ^250.00 250.00 .'.,00 5.00 5U.OO c».oo 125,00 10.00 10(10 1050 12750 1(100 1000 25 100 500 600 500 Km 500 2500(1 2000 '1400 50,01* 2.00 10.00 10.50 J 27.50 120.00 5.00 10.00 10.00 .25 1.00 5.0(1 0.00 n.oo 1.00 5.00 J".oo 14.00 Winfree, Wlnfree, C. ... Winfree, \~> * • • • Wlnfree, Mrs. Mary C. ...< '.562 25000 Winfree, Mrs. Mary C 563 25000 Wlnfree, Mrs. Mary C 564 25000 250.00 Winfree, Mrs. Mary C Wing, R. T 871 Wilbur, E. D 880 Woodworth, Marshall B. ... Weiss, Chas. F 951 Wright, Mrs. Anna Allen -576 Walkarte, C. D 581 WalUarte.RaymondJ. 583 Young, A. D 868 10000 Names unknown.... unknown 10599 And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors made on the 14tb day of July, 1908, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the company, 612 Mills Building, San Francisco, California, On Monday, the 14th day of September, 1908, at the hour of one o'clock p, m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. D. M. KENT, Secretary. Office 612 Mills Building, San Francisco, California. 8-28 Oalifonnan want ada. neat results. 35000 5000 25 3000 50 1000 1000 1000 150.00 50.00 .25 30.00 .50' 10.00 10.00 10.00 100.00 105.99 UM T.iiO v ... HUM 1001 200* n. i-a lira V. C'lcrunveth, P. H. (loo. \V. . SI • - Iron 200f 4-ilVi KM Silo Crocks, W. M fi<»7 (Brooks, W. M. Cbastain, J. I,, Oluin. R. K, . . (Muin, K. K. '. v.;i P F i i •' t- -. . • V F 1 •/ > 1 , . * Davis, A. J. . . Dook'y, John s, Edwards, E. J Fennel, Miss Jennie Fen wick, Pete? 875 2000 AREN'T YOU ASHAMED OF THOSE SOILED WALLS? When for 2 or 3 dollars they ould be repapered and gen- rally brighten up the house. Vail Paper at Special Prices is our strong hand this week. You can paper your whole now for what it would ordinarily cost you. Do it now; special money saving prices prevail. Let us figure on wfiat you need. L Pioneer Mercantile Co ^ Phone Main 98. GUI Ichamblin ^ \ Any time you purchase the Cern River Mills brand of Flour rou can rely on the quality being nght. For this is made possible >y scientific milling and the best 4. wheat is the only iund used. When in need of flour insist •n getting the Kern River Mills ^rand. The best Flour for the east money. Every sack guarau- DELONEGHA HOT SPRINGS. Most remarKaWfr mineral springs n California. An aosonite cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-flve miles from BaKersfield in Sltrra Nevada Mountains. Flea sum. oaer climate. Good accommodation*. TermB reasonable. Stage leaves Bak- •rftfleM Thursday mornings betwc- -n ( and 9 o'clock from Arlington find Accidental hotels, aijd from Metropcle n Kern. Returns Tuesdays. A <i- trm, BARBEAU & ROQUKTTE. it Proprietors E. H. WHITE Real Estate Insurance Notary Public. Publisher "Daily Report" Kern County Records. Money to loan on good Security. Sole Agent Royal Insurance Company, a "Dollar for Dollar Company, with U D>1- lars left." 1803 Chester Avenue b Phone Main 906 THE UNION EING SHOP HORSESHO Moved Has Stables Union the and Sts Corner 25 OIL WELL TOOLS AND SUPPLIES 2 KKMKl r. n * t 1 4 1 i L'5'ttlM 1000 100 FYanfes, H. H 571 26000 '. i.(in loo.no i?rm.oo 1'i.fiOj 2.00 i 10.00 1,00 | 250.00 ' Phones Main 29 and 239—L, M and 24th Streets

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