THE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1008 MAIN 39 and 86. GET READY FOR GAME ! TRADING you ng them? We hav new and handsom n rft matter what v,, uy ..- ;) in,' is -Imsin*-- •" sehnol u-<»rk—yon must reali/e the ad- * ™ of lx>iri£ well *Uvst»<l. partiruljirly in r >;-';'» to the attitmie of the people toward mium Sav your mps WE'LL SEND Should von In' uuabli r MM' ont send (o us. our s \\ ri.'t'i'i vt n l sa tpHM [l UK earetu • M ' i .1-1 though von * •» '., i tort o von liMonhom MV made \ nrsr ' tclenln u i registration of ^71. or an a\ "V 130 >f t'ortv pupils to the rr>otn. Tlicf- HIV •i number of old pupils who have not • vt returned from their vacation. arid it in expected that by the t-iiil n!' tho tuonth the total enrollment will ex- ceeil HOD, when ;t new teacher will be required. At the hii;h school the enrollment is nlso growing. A feature there IH that Hie number of pupils taking tho •imdemic four year course aw compar- i-d with the number in former years U laruel\ increased. The manual training and domestic srlenco depart- int'tiT- are also proving vr-ry popular. For a Sprained Ankle. A sprained anUle 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., Bakers- Held; Kern Prnp; Co., Kern. * von. YOU DON'T NEED RICH To be well , if von will buy vour * i * * Our Fall styles are actual proof of this iV dress suit "we've j^ot 'em" from $10 to $-"> <'ome in and let us fit von <mt. ''.' ^ here. 1-' ou want a -•»«».! wearing m»siri"ss NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1 Kstato of Halpb Bower, deceased. - N'otire is hereby given by the un- (It-rsigtKM. administrator of tho estate ot Ki\l])h Bower. derenBed, to the I creditors of. and at! persona havi?is i claims against said deceased, to ox; hitdt them with the necessary vouch- rncxcelled for Rheumatism, Storn- ' crs. within four months after the first n< h ;-n<i Kidn*v Tn;ubl<v Ask your i publication (if this notice, to the said Richardson Mineral Spring nds about them or write for book- to J. H. Richardson, Chico, Cat. administrator at the office of the Pub- !ic Administrator and Coroner of Horn County at the Court House In tho City of Hakersficld, Kern County, California, the same beins tho place for tho transaction of the business i if the said estate in the said County M!' |<*>rn Stnti- of California. \V. A. McOINN, •\drninistraloi- of tho I'stiitc of Ralph Bower, dot-eiised. Haled nt Hakersfield. September 10th. 10ns. fl-M DON'T TAKE IT AS A JOKE Alien we s;tv lh;it the more ^oods i you buy hcn» tbo bettor you ,-nv otY. It is u serious f;»et. For our liiirness will i;ivo ^roator satisfaction than tiie ordinary kind. You •lints i£ot hotter value for your money •, and that money i^oos s<i i;u % in pnn-iiiisinu' i^oods here that y pnrx-hase moans a substan- inl saving. Soo tho point? A, B. HERRINQTON 1517 19tti St. " NOTICE. My wife, Hlanch Man-hand, having without CRIIRO left my Iwd and board, notice Is hereby given that I will not Emitter hi* responsible for debts Contracted by her. JAMES MARCHAND. Tiakoritnold, Cal.. Sept. 8, 1908. 42 vlUri L\> . H ,\\\ I A i ' 1 t! w H ^ ;f A: V t ou rou Your Boy P ,,.11 ,, . ;.,-•>: u'-ny him the advantage of looking just as well "T a little hotter Hum any of his associate. Y" 1 . may not appreciate ho\v nnn-h tins will atf'eet the h.rmatirm "t' his character and his chances ' * * L * fop slier* N> [;. ' :l''. Brii)- yuin !..»y in and lot us show you how stylish he will I'tnk :n "it* 1 of our finely tailored, perfect fit- tin L* "Best Ever" Suits. If your h»>y is unusually hard on his clothes, you will find thai lie will have sonic trouble in breaking through the double seat and knees of tiie "Best Kver" tr-'Ujser--. The wire sewed buttons, and taped seams of th'-v tt-uuscrs wil! save you much tronhle- Washington . Fashioned Apparel THt hey ATO hool and rough an the kind that H dy wear. t Republican Newspaper I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. elmont Unable to Support Taft D. Q, HAVANA CIGARS kind NEW The '(From the Tonopau Sun, Republican) ( I Occasionally, but not very often, the , editor is asked why it is that this ' paper as a Republican is not support \ IIIK Taft. The beat answer the Sun ran give is the reports that come from every part ot* the country that Republicans everywhere are apathetic tn Tat't's candidacy and they received his dictated nomination in silence and have no desire, but on the other hand an actual aversion to seeing him elected. Thin paper is not different from the great masses of American people throughout both east and west who do not like the way Taft's Domination was forced, do tiot like his double dealing between alleged anti-trust views on one side and Wall Street and Phone Main 328 Phone Main 328 n our recent war with Spain was amply emonstrated that it e enemy had even better guns than was e man behi e Ours. gun that made the fighting so terribly effective. v is a ill-ill nt' t»lk alioul method now adnys, hut tin nut loose si^lit of the man li<>- f hind the method; he it is who wins the vie- tnry. The he.st of methods cnn he very met'- in the hands of a poor teacher and a line teacher accomplishes ureat results rn»t !H«. i ^ canst* of the nst'thods lie used, hut hecatis.' *» the hrains Iicliind tlie mcthoil. Tin 1 success a sufficient of (he c(iti>cr\ \\\nv ^narantf-- .if the s used. \y\\\ a 530,1(00,000 backing on the oth-; er. To shout for a man like that when | a person does not feel it, would be the ( rankest hypocrisy, and the Sun Is not ' published by u hypocrite; neither are: tho American people hypocrites, this . their apathy shows. Then the, question naturally arises: i -What should a loyal Republican do?"! The only answer is, "Do as the rest ot" them are doing," which is to take no particular part in affairs and wait to see what turn tlie campaign shall take, lu November, stay at home U ; you reel like it, vote for Bryan if you I feel like it, and in voting for Bryan such a Republican no more loses his Republicanism than did the hosts of Democrats who four years ago voted , for Roosevelt as against Parker lose their Democracy, Finally, it ou election day any feel on the spur ot the moment that they are forced to yield to the mandates of the White House and vote for Taft without fireworks and shouting—and to be sure, there will be several such people—they have that privilege. FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGONY Deeds. Alice and L. F. Hawkins to R. Rice, $10; northwest (juarter block Lowell addition, Bake^sfteld. Irene \V. Brown to Florence K, mls. love and affection etc.. lots I and 2, block ''.'i: 1 .. Bala-ratte-Id. James Stradel to Marie Stradt'l, $'.; lot 27, Mock 100, Mojave, Lewis S. Sumner to Sandy B. Su inner, $10; lots 11 to 14, section 5, 28-lS. Mr. Win. J. Bryan '"MY be heard to speak on the issues of th* day at Niederaur's Furniture Stor^. H;i 19th r*-*v:. Come in ana near aim. t E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, Eggs, and all farm products, It is inteiMK'J for tnose who appreciate quality, for tnose gentlemen who enjoy a thoroughly matured, rich old Kentucky liquor—i. W. HARPEK Sold by Brtiz & W«icn«lt. *** .;. * * > t He—Everybody knows Lhat women are more talkative than men. She—Never, Mr. Taft accepted the nomination in 15,000 words, and I'd like to see a woman who couldn't snap up a proposal in less time than that.— Fuck. -••PMfri^^ TEA uldn't moneyback ar tea weren't bet- tea as you know it. returns yotw tnonejr U »o« doo'l lle>i, wa par him t» »• PAINT YOUR HOUSE House painting Is my speclaJ- ty. T use nothing but tne beat materlalb. guarantee my work. and charge reasonable price*. I. D. MEREDITH. Contractor 211/ » ttv Pticne Main •* * r 4* '*- V '*' %' <••> ^ CLUTTER Proprietor THE EAGLE BAR Grant Kier, Mgr> 2134 Sutter street, opp. Alcazar Theater and Commandery Hall. Near Stelner San Francisco w;.. You Continue lo Suffer from tarrh in the Face of This Testimony? Ca so un- I was "i suffered for fifteen yours with ca- tarrhai troubles so bad that I had to leave the sea. I could not lie down at night to sleep, on account of the constant catarrhal dropping. I went to two different hospitals for treatment, but without any lasting benefit. I was constantly raising yellow and green phlegm, and the trouble was bearable and nauseating that ashamed to go out iu company. I have used*tonly two bottles of Hyomel, and have been cured by the remedy. It has made lull and complete recovery." —Capt. WJIlnef. Hyomel Is a dry. luMliu^, ruiUsep- ttc air, extracted from the Eucalptus groves of Australia. It is a pleasure to use Hyomel, because you do not take it Into the stonuich; you simply breathe In this germ-killing air. and relief is Uumpdlato. am! complete recovery corm>s In a r'*Mv flays. Hyomel outfit, iiU'ludiug ;>>i hiiul"' lu.st a lifetime, ensis $!.<»>'. not oinv your catairh. usitui, COULlhS t»r t'uhls. il;uM' liVOS vou \()tir ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ fr ^^^^^^^^^^^ rj ^^^^^^^^^^ r ^ rr ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ f ^^ r ^ m ^^^^^^^ f ^ m ^^^^^^^^f ^^^^™ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ r ^^^^^*^~ r ^*^^^ m ^^^^^^^^^ m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ rm ^^M County Fair see to it that they are on time by committee. If you have entries to make, attend to it at once and where stock and articles are entered, and at place for examination w. MACRAE. ^ r^ 1-^ -• - - - - -• - -l ^ 1 ^H" ™ I • ^^^^~ ^^^«vn-^^^^^^^^^^*^^ v ^»^^^p4^^»^^^ Bv ^^^v«^^^^^^^^H^^^^^V^^pV Attractive Offering's taut will 1; It does Fall Clothing For Men and Young M will ti rr.a-. K. this city. :. .M. KI tills iun; n SUITS, OVERCOATS HATS AND FURNISHINGS Music n\ I-on I'hon. 1 M . '.\ ; i : : i Kay tf [Sixth Year] .-• i\o'. * Term Commences, Monday, September 14th \\ til* 1 jr.. -uir. .Min t/v' '. alii t \\\> Sunday A'i -,mint 1 . ;H'(» slniNvu lu'f'f in that yon \vitl tirnl if von 1 . 1 iuto'i'st to r'..:n Ilisplay. Do that r.* ran. ainl In- sin-- ; t i * ir\ ;< "COLLEGIAN' SUITS . .\V\vtj. Tuition Reasonable--Payments Arranged to ;4;:> suit L.ikersfielci ice Delivery. \\-\\h an ' ; , .. onvenience of Patrons Investigation of • Methods Invited CARRIERE DIRECTOR link- Held lot* Delivery. Phon* uhj v - Supply atarion now open at isth u.-. 1 K streets for transient trade. Family Rates For 1908. 100 puunds "t one ttnae, 60c per ban- drod, 50 pounds at ODO time, 75c pei hundred. Under 50 pounds, $1 per Hundred. Lower rates for large com FA UL TL E55 CL OTHES ' i," -V-.
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