The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1908 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 11, 1908
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When "At the Old Cross Roads" - announce'! for Its first appearance her*', It recfiv.'ii marked attention Cor the reason that it was* produced under • the direction of Arthur C. Alston, a, manager who has given us "Tennes- j seo'H Panlnf-r." "Pretty Peggy" and; other first class attractions always presented in a more than satisfactory , manner. Manner Dalley has this season expended additional money to secure the stnmsest cast which has j ever been seen in the play. The en ' gagement of "At the Old Cross Roads." which takes place at the HaU- j ersfleld Opera House tomorrow even- j Ing, promises to call out one of tha largest audiences of the present season. The chief character la "Paropa," an octoroon, and around her trade history arc interwoven the characters of Annul)'*! Thornton, the heln^s t.i Magnolia Grove; Dayton Thornton, its master; Tom Martin, of Myrtle Fern Plantation; Dos Kerr, a speculator who dearly loves Parepa; Count de V.Monay. Young Mississip; Major ttn.d- ley, one of the old line; George Chi! ton. the Coroner; Madge Thornton, Dayton Thornton's first daughter, and old Ann' Li/a, one of the Thornton'^. The srcn^s are laid around Natch**/ .Miss, Scats for this engagement wiit on sale yesterday morning at 10 o'clock and the sale to date is very gratifying. The Montana Limited. The attractions of the west, the romance of which is fast dying away. has been a fruitful theme for tho American dramatists, and scorf.< of plays have been produced from that source. Among the latest, is "The Montana Limited," a strong drama by Charles Ulrich and W. U Robert.-?,! Inserted Calif or nian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays i Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements PEATERNAL The Californian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week . Five lines, three days • • ••*••• **•«• 50o 25c B, P. O, E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. E, meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fel- lowo' Hail, Cheater avenue. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. K.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. WANTED \VANTBD-PoBlUon us flremun, pump- man or stationary engineer. Sober ami reliable. Have the heat of recommendations. Address D. P. Boon, Depot Hotel, Phone Main 487. 36 \V ANTED—Furnished house of not less than seven rooms. Address ".1". care of this office. tf r FOB BALE—MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Set of three billiard balls or will exchange for pool balls. Inquire at 140IJ 19th street. 37 FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednea day evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend. S. Sweitzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS~Kera«Lodge No. 78, meets every Wednesday ev ening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. K. Hall. A cordial invitation to visiting Knights. J. \l. KEEFE, well boring, Cheater avenue. at 2017 tf WANTED—To rent, a gentle horse for u month, or If can find suitable horse for delivery, will Nineteenth street. buy. 1319 36 CITY FRUIT MARKET—Telephone Main 1S2S; ail kinds of fruit. Send In your orders for fruit to put up. tf FOR SALE—Two pool tabled. Inquire at this office. tf FOR SALE—A good saddle horse. In- at Dexter stables. S6 WANTED—Lady presser, one who can handle a heavy iron. Pioneer Dy e Works, phone Main 168, 129- Twentleth street. 36 133 DEGREE OF HONOR Dollars wesourc Chicago playwrights, which is produc-j c-d by Hie Klinit & Gazzoloi Amu>o- j VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78. D of H. ment Company. —Meets first and third Fridays in The scenic investiture of "The Mon- each month at A. O. U. W. hall at tana Limited" is merely the dress for ! -S p. m. Visiting members cordially •' stow of superior dramatic worth, t luvlteil. Mrs. Dora L, Cabe, C. of H. It deal? with the troubles of twin [ Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. bruh.'vs. one of whom is an honest - "~" • • • M.W'.MV th<> oihre a train robber. The I JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. W. .i brother is arested and condemn- —Meets every Thursday evening al for the robbery of a train, which •in 1 .*-, in lart, is committed by his twin. The mystery of their rloation- is not revealed until the final tin atnl the dramatic effect is ; thrilling. Of course, there is a pretty 1 inv»- story in which the brothers are | involved and the unfolding of this, to. t izi'ther with much wholesome comedy ! * i WANTED—Modern house; four or five rooms; furnished; close In. Inquire at Mascot apartment house, room 8. FOR SALE—A rubber tired buggy. AH good as new. Inquire at the C. & C. stables, 36 PEACHES—Order your Georges CHns peaches at once. Geo. W. Wear, Shady Grove ranch, telephone Farmers 7xi!. 30 O'DELL & BIGOT, employment agency—Help furnished of all kinds. Office, lAitz' drug store. Telephone Main 160. 348 FOR SALE—30 volumna new Werner Edition Encyclopedia Britannica; Out) pages per volume, including one guide, index and book case, if ta Uen at once can be had for Sl'u; cost price, $t>;~. Have not been used. Call at l.i 2 22nd street Z\ 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. Haii. No. Nineteenth street. VisUlns bers rordially invited. 0 R. \Ve$t, M. W.; C. W. Curuwller, Reeoraer. iMp"ROVEO ORDER OF REOMEN— Tulches Trlho. No. 151. * t .»enn:inent sa Box 7:;l. Meets every \Ved- \VANTICn— CUM for L- work, I7<»5 I* stivei; phoiu I 1 , on so Main and st.ronp; characters with which the \ play abounds, serve to provide rionally fine entnerntaninment. "Tlie Montana Limited" will appear at th« HaUersfield Opera House on Sunday i FRATERNAL nesday at S p. m. in the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting member A cordially invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John C, of R Fanners 7xli is rep-.iiivd and ynii r;m or.NT >t-r.r (ieor^la Clins poaches at oiu-c. Geo. W. Wear, Shady Grove hunch. I FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main '.US, Buckeye Employment Agency. C C. Scribnor & Co., proprietors. The best of male and female help on the shortest notice. 12'-U l!Uh street, Walters Hotel. Bakersfteld, Cal. tf WANTED—Good, gentle driving horse weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must tm <:;>*•'•' and reliable for woman to un\f. rtiidreas S, Bin 4. tf BANK LIE evening. WANTED—MALE HELP. SllfffflHS Rheumatism Developed Burning, Painful Sores on Lets— Tortured i—• Day and Night—Tried All Kinds ROUGH DRY Did You Know Wife \V c will call for your family f, wash and iron all sheets, tmvels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch nil pieces that require starching and return to you for nnly H cents per pouml? If you are in a hurry telephone for us to call Friday morning and have them returned Saturday evening. of Remedies to No Aval Had Debility and Pains in Back, BOTH USED CUTICURA AND ARE WELL AGAIN BROTHERHOOD — Kern I.odse No. 5S, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first third Wednesday of each month at S p. in., iu K. of P. hall, In Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R. G. Libby, Treasurer. KERN VALLEY "CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed nesday night at 8 p. m. Visiting companion cordially Incited. E. M. FRIANT. H. P. ORDER OF OWLS—nakersfleld nest No 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. 01., at Maud's hall. Visiting members cordially invited. W. S. Rent'ro, president; Joe Mackey, secretary. PHYSICIANS 3AKERSPIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 NINETEEN JOBS GOING AT PRESENT—Electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, taught in few months; tuition back after two mourhs; advanced students paid wages. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Company, 120426 East 9th, Los Angeles. tf FOR SAKE—Six thoroui^hbrod i<n j p<i Ansrora . kitten*: *U weeks old; nil colors: port'tM.'t bearing; hous^ broke. Prices reasonable. Inquire of Mrs. A. KiH>ourn. L'";)l street. Telephone Main FOR SALE—KfiAL fiBTATF. FOR SAKE—Livery, feed and sale sta- .hie. consisting of two lots, hir-;e burn, horses, rigs and harness, For particulars call on or address, Belt, £ Mtulley, Lemon Cove, Cal. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Ten ton Xlnfandel wine srapes, by S. W. MUUird. Kern Island road, two miles south of town. H. F. D. No. 2. 40 FOR SALJ3 CHEAP—Eighty acres with well five miles southeast, of' Kern. For particulars call at 2417 M street, Bakersfleld. 39 FOR SAbE—Nice 5 room house, bath, toilet, etc., completely furnished for housekeeping, on California avenue Price, $1600. R. A. Moore, room U Hopkins bulldlns. Phone Main 433. 37 FOR SAL.E—Lot 72x122 feet, on west Twentieth street. $10 per front foot, easy terms. Just the place to bulM a nice home. R. A. Moore, room U Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 37 FOR SAhE—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avfnue or phone Main 875. Mrs. G. H. Taylor, tf -;r.:-at uf- G - * ive trial. us a Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259, Satisi'a(.'tion^uaranteed. CITIZENS LAUNDRY ATTRACTING GENERAL ATTENTION Pioneer Cleaners and Dyer acob Phone Works Offlc "My husband had h*^ ferer with rh^'iimuS.a t r yean*. At Hot it wa-> in :i..* uon«-s, but after a whiU* it was in lir' rt-»*h and finally running SOHM hro!-.** out en his legs, from below th»* kruvs t > tin* ankle*. Thpro an- no worrit »•> T,* 1 '.! ail the discomfort and Krt'at sp.rt'-V.iif; he had to endure niglit and day. Lit* us»xi every kind of remedy arid thr«*.» physicians treat**<l him, onp aftor tli*» ^thor, without any good result H wh,it»»v.?r. So one day I happened to (>»;vl about Cuticura RtMuodic-s. I a>kfd him if I he would not try them. 'N'>.' said 'it's no uso, T''-- -v —t, nri-):jfih money now/ The next dixy I or-l^red five dollars' worth of Cnticura S >a[>, Cnti- cuni Ointment, and Cut,k'ur;i Resolvent, he^an to use them wiihout eonti- •e l >ut aft IT t!u«"» wt*.'lcs all the -; wen- (Jrii''l up. The bnnung ""), ami 'he pa-.r^ l>"-j Aflt-r thr»>»* Mvi.'h* ht> DR. J. L. CARSON Resumes practice In Bakersfleld. Offices 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank building. Hours dally. Telephone Main 6f>. Residence, Main 48; Southern Hotel. DR. R* B. REES HAVE YOUR HOUSTC CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering in all of Us brunches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell. 306 K st; telephone Main 398. tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room, at 170S Truxtun avenue. Apply tf FOR RENT— 5 room brick 1 cottar. plenty of shade, gas. olectrlo lights and all modern Improvements; two blocks southeast of car barns; reur. $15 per month. T*>1 Main 200. tf FOR RENT— Furnished room, with bath. 2411 H street. Apply at house. '' wll. 'I nv- earn-- -- i;U Hut a* *.<• M «' it c.'iiriMl hiri. CuliiMit'U Pi IN did Hi' 1 a irn-iu nu» well. Tlin*i« In ui ivid 'In- > t*;irs i r };•» t l \> I o-lii. a^ain - \\ =ii i 'i;!ify. Th**y -f away, ("<>. ?»' -in 1 t ''an tiuv, Upp*.*r nii'l made I Uml pains cool; chcm ppuv-% Mu'i tOHti- Mr>. V. V. Albert, i'.jorr Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DR. FRED J. OREA8E Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Cheater are., and 19th st.; rooms 12 and 14, Bftkersflekl. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main'143, Office hours 10 to 12 a. in.: 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms '212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 22'); residence, Main 6S6. MASON CONTRACTOR—Boiler work a specialty. All work guaranteed. E. D. King. Address 809 Baker St.. Kern. Telephone Main 1294. 62 DRESSMAKING—Platn sewing and altering done at 2209 P street, Ba- kersfleld. tf CHATEAU FRENCH LAUNDRY— Ring them up and have your suits cleaned or sponged without fading. Also silks, luces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French export. 1512 18th st. Phone Main 1005. tf PASTURAGE— Two miles from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shfl'te and running water the y«ar around. Telephone Main 135. tf FOR RENT— Nicely furnished rooma with hot and cold water and bath and reception hall for guests, all newly furnished; close to Santa Fe depot. 1653 D street, corner Trux- Phone Main 1513. 36 A Single Treatment DR. W, P, SCOTT Physicist and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 ami 7:T.o p. m. Office an<l residence, CEW AND SECOND HAND I-u rait u re at A. Lincoln'? store. Fourteenth street and Cheater aveiiue A gen eral line of household furnishings always at hand. And at prices smaller than elsewhore ID Bakersfield. Phone Main 565 Main 'Jl Rooms 207, 203 and 215, B:ink \ . : r •\ L . ^ t r ^fl'^ll QUICK TIME TO V* (' J b DR, A. F. SCHAFER Physician and Surgeon- 1. L\ :J, and 4, Oi! and !i;umo building. Otlloo hours by up- SALE—About 100 tons of firat cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfeld, LOUT AND FOUND FOtrND—One transportation book la- sued by the Orepm Railway and Navigation Company and boarlng name appearing to be *.'Mra. Berry." Owner can have same at this offlc*? by paying £or thta aoties. 36 S. With J. W, Brockman l Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block ' Phone Main 3$2 BftkersfieM, Cal FOR SALE—Cigar stand; good lo-, ration in center of town; terms reasonable; address box 421, Bak- ersfleld. 35 THE LOS ANOELBS TIMES office is iHM'manently located m 1826 I street, where orders will he taken for subscriptions and advertisements. Phone Main I5£<>. U P Caving, asent: -10 :* ansas lily St. GUIS oN.-!ook; on 1 v . - j * \ * r i MATTRESSES are not too old f.a ho mad.* over. You spend a third v''ur life in bod. so have then f .- • » L M .*'''i *: M i i and Chicago til ON THE DR. F. W, MITCHELL i Physician and Surgeon. j :\ rooms o'"5 nml .'h»», I'ro.Jtioora ; i-.jil'IInir. Offlre houra from 11 i ;j in , an i :; to 3 \\. \\\. Tole* ' Main H'.j. Ues. Main ovi r by K- C,'. Oro\v«ll Q street, KtM'n. ri'piiirlng in nil kind your grandfather used ' nnd he was Qf rare Judgment, Proflr hv hl,^ experience ana uso Old 1. W. * * & — _ j— Harper Brtt7 X150 iweichelt. anvl * tf tf i r . - i - ^ V- f--rit'- LIMITE v ROY J. BROWNE IN LOCAL LUMBER Roy .1. !!n to his fi-i.-L.l DOCTOR FOWLER P i i y s i c i a n nnd S u r o e': n ;t:i-l Private • r SOWING MACHINES—I have the for tho Now Home sewing and havo them for sale from $:;"> up to $00. Inquire at of- nro and roaUUnoo, 1028 Q street, Kern. p. O. s,ddrftss. Hakorsflt»ld, II, M. Nightingale. S50 Kstnte and Fir*? In^ursmce. Ron»o Couklin buildIne.lS»:rt Cheater W. W, KELLY. Estate anc insurance -\. up fi^airs. o .rn.M- Nim Stroot and Clie-'-Ter Avenue Phone Main 149. T • 1 v- all' i m - »- -1 . t .-, t Tlirou^h Pullman and Tourist Oars. Splendid Dining _'!' . . II. 11 '-. 11. I. L ATTORNEYS ' \ \ 1 l L ' Southern Pacific Company to carry storks in kinds terial, inc.. be ob»;ii!iod • P i it o ick ; *\ * I * 1 b | ,. I E, L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law , Hank <>f n:il;«r»tlehi buiM- Main 240. I n * '> I _ i If courteous tivauncnt, projn;^ il-'Uvery, i good nuiterLil and low prices art? auy iuducement, you should favor them with a good portion of your trade, Give them your next order, on trial. at <3EO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law ; >tary Public, Office, Stoner j;, corner Chester aveuue and 17th street. Telephone Main DON'T GKT HO"i iitv-;ius^ that last nvllclo you bought cost you twlro as iiiiH'b ns wo rharge. You must In ir.lnd that, a .'c^uhir to pny I'ancy prices for o we £*'t oiirs 1'or less than half of \vhar r (i Kular dralerrt pay. I^":iust» wo aro monoy londors. \Vhon you want actual bargains In NvaU-hoH, diamomls, jewelry, musical lUHtrunuMita, guns, pistols, suit cases, trunk?,, etc., try us. Uncle Ike's Jewelry and Ujun Co., Stanton & Zomansky, Props., 1409 Nineteenth St., Bakerafleld. tf Patents Procured in aH Countries. Infringement & TOWNSEND, LYON, HAOKLBV 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal. THOS. SCOTT PATENTS Attorney and Counselor at Law PATENTS—Haza'-G A fltrauaa. Office over th« Bank ot Baktrtfleld. Angelea. Patent book fro* R, A MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopklna Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakercfleld ft v i -^ V , ' i 7' rL. ..!•

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