The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 11, 1908
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l, *," v« .. • i'«»*y " * '***" * '"ww%5' *""* '' •• wssBf"" 1 ; » > f^i^*>^^*ws | *wSBWMi»s»»3 Stein-Bloch Suits For Fall-Perfection in Tailoring! "Fifty years of kncwing how" is behind every suit of Stein-Bloch clothing that is turned out. That's why Stien-Bloch clothing stands highest in the world of tailoring, The very prettiest styles—the best materials—the newest pattern*—the most approved shades. When will you look ? MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 NO H IQn CITY BRIEFS Too Late For , Occasionally n widow's heart ; warmed over by an old flame. /"'IrhfifSfvACktSnn Tnlth is sclllo m a thing of beauty, C13SS1I1CBI1OII : but it isn't the truth's fault. STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Life. A Game o* Card?" "Wanted—A Son-.n-Lnw "Water Cure" "Gipsy's" "Kind Hearted Policeman" Kn'.ire change ,>:' I'ro^r surprise t'nf 'Pll 1 jiaU'" Siinila v. "A Susceptible Youth" "Wonderful Fluid" SONGS—"Childhood" ••Make Believe." i Moiuliiy iiml 'I'liursdiiy ni^hls. A every week. Matinee Sfituriliiv ami Fairvisw Seho°!—On Monday next th, Fail view school with Miss Dessie luibliers and Mrs. A. E. Woods as teachers will open for the fall term Young Briscoe Little Better—James W'. Briscoe this morning returned from Los Angeles for a short businc ss trip to Fresno. He reports that the condition of his son David, who was j seriously injured in a runaway aeci I dent at Midway two weeks ago, is un | improved, although when he left the hospital last evening Mr. Brisco* found the lad resting easier. WANTED TO BUY—Three or young pigs about two months old. Address James Preston, llald Eagle lease. 44 The average married woman is well four ' aware of the fact that she earns all the money she gets—and then some. FOR SALE—Cash income; altalta, dairy and fruit ranch, near Laton. Fresno County, Cal. 140 acres;' 50 acres alfalfa, 2Vs peaches, 56 cows, ti horses, farm implements, dairy outfit new and complete, $10,500, terms, or $4000 will buy cows, horses and farm implements, lease land. Box 101, Oakland, Cal. tf Charge tor the advice you hand out and people will gladly take it. It would be poor business policy for the fruit dealer to keep all his dates Died at Hospital—.Joseph'Schwartz, i FOR SALE—4 mules and horses. One TOURIST Automobiles a miner '-(7 years of age and known in ; the Isabella country, died last night ! at the hospital from tuberculosis. | Friends in Isabella have been notified | of liis death and the body is at ihe I'ixon uncliTiar.ini! parlors a'Aaiiinu instructions as to interment. Schwartz | was a nativi o; Ohio and a r<c"nt a: ' rival in California, ; Ten Dollars For License—('. H. i VVic'kharn of New Jersey stepped into i tllf clerk's office the other day and paid $1" for a hunter's license. The , rate to n^idcnts of the Mate is .?!. idcnts the tax i'- $li ; . ;•;.• man Is th" first' non- i iv tli" larpcr sum in lirown mare, 8 years old, weighs 14(iO ; one hay horse, 9 years old, A man with a fad can't understand why so few are interested in it. WJiat has become of the schoolboy who couldn't write a letter without sticking out his tongue? If yon have not regls^e-ecl weighing 1300; mules about uich. Will sell (heap ten Sept. L'lith. Will Tldd January 1, you must do to lno> if you '•t. o. if taken be L'ive ' mis. I.. Mil-key ::»; vote at the November elep tee thr clerk's not) - f MI pagfl It «!-•••*• .- - . PIANOS! • Ve'.'V IllllCl) ' f'-'i !-.|i'i vart . '.; 'hat '•''ill "-'CHIII •ir- .-!':'.•(•!. \vl:ic- ! A NOTICE OF IMPORTANCE TO AUTOMOBILISTS . , ,..- D !, . IT! ;' ;.i-,l,,i':<,i-:!e tifes, I ;•.'•: 11 - fti'eiM eS|,!, ''. lltils. It' ;i<i,i ,j;'e iiuyine tires ,it t'ne oid '. ~\ \,>'l life pa Ville' 1(1,1 l!;l,i-h. I 'dll ; 'Hi _e: new uri''t s. It eiiiiius a i ' n!' niiey ;•> you if you have lo liilt to non-re |Tbe X,V. ...i, ; resident to ]' ; K-ri: n.uTr; . 1 Cnve Fir.e; |r,,.,!.,,,'- ,,il ! ni^lit was a very successful :::Y.:'. '' , lame attendance' was present, ni.'ny of whom went out from liakersfield. '' •• '!!•• \v;'s tl.oro'i'-'h'v en.'oMd 'intil ' a ;.,;e i.u.i! Til'- entertain; • •.' feat- ! MVo w I 1 evi "M-TII T/.l F the j an I i Entert3in:n j -,t. \, - !; 'chert pro- Street—Leslie or ib" Me: row* was pic'M. d up i at !i o'< loc;.- f.n Unccnscious on Wills. -,b !;v, i-y i,,,y i Utlci.ll -, ',e;i !,,.:• ]!•!:! L street 1,1 a, Nine! .had left ih, More a few minutes be- for with a i acl :••.•• to be delivered at the ivspyin e ot K I'. Ha\is. He remembers turning into L Mrect. hut , after that he has no recollection of what occurred. The lad's left eye is terribly swollen and ii is thought he either collided with a buggy or was struck by a flyinc object. He wae nicked up by I:', nds and taken to his home- in the Princeton. irnitnro Co. anil .note Mitt sw>ii 'cue ol the F.iirhaniv.- Fi'eii'ont I'innos. These pianos a:'e new to a meat many people, but are built by liood reliable factories ex! re-sh for the Po'.ithcm Cal!IV,";i!a M!!:-'C Co,, who has exclusive* ccjntrol o! the Pacific Coast, who hns exc'rcis- f'l strict economy in the sale' of these' "vo pianc.s ;c^ make them a houi-oliohl word with nii'iiy. Von will Iiml runny o: our e piiipe.iifoi's sc-iling pianos for $:t7. r > and $4<»', that is not thc'ir , ecunl. f»••,-.• ;>rii-es on the Fairbanks are $:!i"0 an..l $.''""1 an.l on the Fremont J $:',<iu and SIILT). L. '}'. (iodley, local l representative of the Southern California Music CM. can be found at the Willow Furniture Co. or at his residence at ^115 (! street. He would •!er HI have you call at the Willow the in rut 1 -! lii"' of Edison phonographs an-l records in Kern county, as well as a ri!> display of piv.nos an I an iu;r':e;-.--e Mock 01 the hnest up to date furnituje. Funiinii'e ;! s well as pianov ei'ii i"' iioiiL'ht on easy monthly pay- meats, tf Good collcc is partly in buying and partly in making; like everything else. Your grocer returns your money II you don't liki Schilling'! Best: we pa; him. VACCINATING Sf-ASON t BLACKLEG AM AWr'fiAy ftO r r cr CALIFOMM* STOC*vtt^ c*; '.yTie-» w»c CtNKS BCCAUSC Or THEIR .r;v/ knct i.s:i u^. lOHfc WL.AF,. *-• SVntp (or tc«lii, ori'jlr, JJ-KCS ftnd dtfftm: t'; dfin for our hcokl^l* on r j!at / etfi.iMlAnthrpx kr Cl.jirbon 1 './<:-•• » ,(-.• -8 r , tkf N!.C^*I.CK OON'T PUT IT Orr-' CUTTER oAliORATOR> Hear Bryan Speak Wouldn't you like to hear the Democratic candidate himself tell you just what his views are on the trusts, the tariff, labor and other important questions of tin- day? lie does just that on the Victor ('oinc iu'and hear him. Taft Records to arrive soon N PHILIP W. D lEDERAim FURNITUR E 1408-10 Nineteenth Street, Telephone Main 173. NEW FALL SUITS i & OLCESE CO. AT ARDIZZI 111)1 ''lie !;l( l ] Furniture Co., where you will si SPRINGS. Bakersfield Auto Supply Go. 19th and G St. Phone Main 1260 E. J. Erb. W. E. Drury People who do whether thev win i Honest values are ever wecl- clecl with truthful words. We can s.ive you money if you buy our assortment, pots, pans, ket- tiffs, wooder.ware at 25c. Let us nssits you. Winters, Bridges, Simpson Cumpay. Sail —That's a beautiful solitaire Dick gave you. I wonder if you knov, what a fickle younn man he, V? Fan--Inded I do; that's why I made him givc> me such an expensive , nf > Aj-Ronnut, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Celitula A Hat: '', .. ,,,,. ceased. N'otii'e Is heri'bv uiven bv •', ., M . elerslLMU'd, adniiiiNtfatoi- ,,f -' , . , t , of Celinda A. Ha'id'ett. i|, ,,-,., -i, eri'ditoru o r . and all ner^e!-.- •, ^ IH'.It '!l '11 "'itll the iifce . ' ' evs. within four piont'is nt't.i <'• • _i p'lbli, •!' ; c?i of Hi;.- M ntl,.|i. l.i •'. , ,] a-lini; : -t!-.'(tor »t tlli> oflice of '' ' ,|,. 1 '" 1!,H a* 'he foiirt llrili^e 1 ' ' > of HakiTstii'ld. Kern < '• i • ,' •• ,. I,- i ,i... .-,. ,. i.. i.... i', . i'. •,!•..-. 'fop Of the I," ••• ! ' i --tate iii the said ''' 'v ' '•'.' ' '! St.r-- i I' e'nlifn.-Mlp \,'i"ii- . r.".|,,.- ,.|' (1,,. euliiln Ot I ', . ,1. il-i A Hand'.'!:, de.-e'.^ed ''•lied at 1'iikersfleld. Sejite.,,ie r l''ih. inns. >i. n i DF.MOCHAT Peir.ocrat Springs etag^ «nil leav« Arlington Hotel every WednesdaT morning. The harts are unexcelled for rheumatism and kidney trouble by any and all skin diseases. Tn« op'y hot mud haths in Kern Countr Hotel largest and best arcomodatlou* of any resort 'n Kern County. Fln» ramnlng prr-inds and planty o' Bbade. tf Winter—Elevation 3200—Summer All the Year Round Resort c alifornia Hot Springs TULARE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Fast Becoming the Most Popular Health and Pleasure Resort in the State. Characti'ustics —A fine hotel, hot baths, hie- trees, delightful climate. KU rieautilul te!epb,,i,. \Vnte!.- fc>r balln S''ss dim id liuntint; and •nerv. daily n ILshlnK, :'i! and 'hly mineralized, both nd ilrinl<lne. Mid pos- tonic, alterative and laxative pr«>|iertle.s. For fuithev int'orniation or for reservation.-, address CALIFORNIA HOT SPRINGS Hot Springs, Tulare County Health Enjoyment Rest BAKERSFIELO OPERA HOUSE K06T. 0. BARTON, M«n»«<r Coolest Place m Town Tomorrow Night SEATS NOW ON SALE SUNDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 13th SEATS NOW ON SALE The Talented Emotional Actress May Nannary In an Ideal Story of Life 'At The Old Cross Roads" Complete Scenic Production Prices 1 25c, 50c, 75c KLIMT & GAZZOLO'8 MELODRAMATIC HIT A Strong Human Story Full of Fascinating Pictures of Western Life The Montana Limited Four Big Acts THE REDLIGHT SALOON" RANCH HOUSE" MONTANA LIMITED" RUSTLERS' CAMP" Prices 25c, 50c and 75c

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