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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFORNIAN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 190$ Business UNEQUALED Attractions at (The Ideal Vacation Place) Golf, Tennis, Polo- Motoring;, Riding, Bathing Seventeen-Mile Drive, Beautiful Scenery, Superb Climate, Perfect Accommodations. Summer Rates $3 to $5,50 Per Day (AMERICAN PLAN) REDUCED RAILROAD RATES Del Monte Express Leaves City Daily at 3 p. m. Write for Reservations to H. R. WARNER, ROUGH DRY Did You Know Urn trial. us a Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. will call for your family washing wash ami iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all piee.es that starching and return to you for only (> cents per pound? If you are in a hurry telephone 4 * hi;- us to call Friday morning and have them returned Saturday evening. SutisfactioimiaranteeiJ. CITIZENS LAUNDRY ATTRACTING GENERAL ATTENTION ! Court Upholds Bryan's Ads Inserted in the Californian OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 12.—The State .Supreme Court yesterday upheld the bank deposit and guaranty law, which has been made an issue in \ the national campaign by Bryan. This shm- adopted the first law of this kind ever put into operation and efforts wort 1 made to prove that tt ! was mi<•(institutional. Th* 1 main difficulty arose when Attorney General Bonaarte decided that national banks could not avail UiemsHv^ of the law. This made It hard for Hie national banks to bid against the state banks for deposits. The opinion declaring the deposit- \ ors guarantee law constitutional was fully concurred In by every member of the Supremo Court of the state. The written opinion of Chief Justice, \V1Hams sayn: . ] "We conclude that the act corn- ! plained of is repugnant neither to! :h»' roii-tiiutioii of Oklahoma nor that i ^^^^^^^^•^•^^^•^W V^^^H^^^^^^V^P^^P^^B ^ — -- ^ ^™™^^^^^» Will Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements The Calif or man classified advertising column* are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week Five lines, three days 50c 25c FRATERNAL i WANTED of tlie Federal government. Further B. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Cheater avenue. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday, Chas. A. Lee, E. K.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. *. 4 FOR BALE—MISCELLANEOU1 WANTED—Position as fireman, pump- man or stationary engineer. Sober and reliable. Have the beat of ivc- omrnenrliulons. Address D. P. Boon, Hotel, Phone Main 487. ;:t> CITY FOR SALE—Set of thr^ billiard ball* or will exchange tor !"»o! balls. In quire at 14»3 lyth streH. 37 than that, the- allegations in the plain- ;FRATERNAL tiiT'.s jii'tirion did not state acts sul'- ii< i"in to justify equitable lntor:cr- tui tin. issuance or' a writ ot' in- lii" prayer for which is de- ..! TEST OF ELECTRIC BURGLAR ALARM MOST SUCCESSFUL, Many citizens visted the Producers Hank last evening to witness the { ot" the electric burglar alarm de- installed by the American Bank ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednesday 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—Kern*Lodge No. 76, meets every Wednesday evening at S o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial invitation to visiting Knights. WANTED—Furnished house of not loss thiwi seven rooms. Address ".I", euro of this office. .1, H. KKBFE. well boring, Chester avenue. at '..Ml 7 tf n Company, and it was dem- _ i ft. A.14 i • .r r * . • DEGREE OF HONOR FRUIT M ARK BT—Telephone Main J»'2S; all kinds of fruit. Send in your orders for iniit to put up. tf FOR SALE—Two \>w\ this office. \\'ANTKI>-To rent, a gentle horse lor a month, or it' can nnd t horse for delivery, will buy. Nineteenth street. 1319 W'ANTKD TO BUY—Three or four young pigs about two mouths old. Address James Preston, Bald Eagle lease. 44 FOR SALK— A yood quhv at Dexter s-i , Inquire U Hor.-t?. In- FOR SALK—A rubber thv.i good as new. Inquliv nt Uu- C. stables. A* C V->» Cash Caa Capital Stock $250 000 Surpl $140 000 Res One Million Dollars ources h i 111 Domeat Exchange benefit tiou onstrated that the system la all that ; VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78 D of H its inventors claim for It. Any ef-j —Meets first and third Fridays k fort to enter the vault either tluough the walls or the door promptly sets goims to ringing, and the alarm sounded not only throughout the building, hut up and down the street weil. PAPKE AND KETCHEL TO FIGHT AGAIN. a each month at A. O. U. W. hall at WVYNTCD—Lady presser. one who can handle a heavy Iron. Pioneer l>)'e Works, phone Main 1GS. 1293 Twentieth street, 3G p. m. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. BANK LLE Billy Papke, who decisively defeated Stanley Ketchel for the middleweight championship of the world in os Angeles last Monday, has signed articles with the defeated champion for a return flght in San Francis- oo Thanksgiving eve, V.'ednesday, November l!5. The pugs are to make IfiS pounds, will receive 50 per cent of (he gate, which will go *>i> and 40, and Papke will receive the champion's bonus of 10 per cent, wJn. lose or draw. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. —Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. Mali. No. 1621 Nineteenth street. Visiting men> bers cordially invited. O R. West, M, W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. JMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Talches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially Invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. of R WANTED—Modern house; four or five rooms; furnished; close in. Inquire at Ma*coi apartment house, room 8. PBACHES—Ordrr your peache.s at once. (Jen. Shzidy vjrovo ranch, tvle; ors 7 •s t'lins \V. Wear, ; Furra- 3« FOR SALE—4 mules and horses. One brown mare, 8 years old, weighs 14UO; on e hay horse, 9 years old, weighing 1300; mules about 1100 each. Will sell cheap if taken before Sept. 20th. Will give terms. 132" lilst street. O. U Hickey. O'DELL, & BIGOT, employment agency—Help furnished of all kinds. Office, L.utz' drug store. Telephone Main 109. 348 WANTED—Girl for general house work, 1703 V C street; phone Main 5. tf FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agency, C C. Scribner & Co., pro- prletors. The best of male and female help on the shortest possible notice. 1234 19th street, Walters Hotel, Bakersfield. Cal. tt FOR SALE—REAL £8TAT£ FOR SALE—Livery, feed and sale sta- TELEPHONE Fanners 7x2 is repaired | ble, consisting of two lots, large barn, horses, rigs and harness, For particulars call on or address. Belt & Medley, Lemon Cove, Cal. anil you can order your Georgia \\*i v, ..cv, r nes at onre, Geo. W. Wear, Shady Grove Hanch. 39 RUSHING WORK ON THE MOJAVE-KEELER ROAD. The contracting firm of Shattuck & FMlnger, who have the grading contract for the Keeler-Mojave road, are authority for the statement that they have orders to rush the work on the line as fust as men and teams can do it, and they are putting on larger sangs than ever before, in the hopes of completing their work to the end of the line at Keeler by or before the first of next year. Their work is already nearly finished as far as Little Mike, which Is only about forty miles from this end of the road, and over two-thirds of the distance up from Mojav<\ and the track laying gangs are following closely upon their h-H'ls. It is this unusual hast*' which is giving vise to the assertions that 'he entire Hue will oe <"-nuiVfp'i by I the first or the year, and that trains will be vM'.'.iiD-j; civ.-v t!;>> nit ire distance eniu.i'-'linir v.i ii -•• >';i line trains at MOJMVO on New Year's day. Pint- ll'-raM. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Kern Lodge No. 58. Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first aad third Wednesday of each month at S p. m., in 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. in. Visiting companions cordially Incited. E. M. FRIANT, H. P, ORDER OF OWLS—BaKersfleld nest No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m., at Maud's hall. Visiting members cordially invited. W. S. Renfro. president; Joe Mackey, secretary. ^ \ PHYSICIANS BAKEBSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 WANTED—Good, gentle driving horse FOR SALE—Nice 5 room house, batb, weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must) toilet, etc., completely furnished for housekeeping, on California avenue. Price, $1600. R. A, Moore, room U Mala 37 be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf WANTED— MALE HELP. Hopkins 433. building. Phone NINETEEN JOBS GOING AT PRES- FOR SALE—Lot 72x122 feet, on west ENT—Electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, tarugUt in few months; tuition 'back after two months; advanced students paid wages. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Company, 120-126 East 9th, Los Angeles. tf Twentieth street, $10 per front foot, easy terms. Just the place to build a nice home. R. A, Moore, room 11 Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 37 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Ten ton Ziufatuk'l win** grapes, by S. W. Mtllard, Kern Island road, two miles south of town. R, F. D. No. 2. 40 DR. J. L. CARSON J. H, OSGOOD LATEST T3 JOIN AUTO RANKS. practice In Bakersfleld. Of- ;*'>i.n. ;ii Producers' Saving Bank nt;. Hours dally. Telephone Main »>'>. Residence, Main 4S; South- Hotel. DR. K, B. REES FOR SALE CHEAP—Eighty acres with well five miles southeast of Kern. For particulars call at 2417 M street, Bakersfleld. 39 FOR SALK—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avenuo or phono Main 875. Mrs. G. H, Taylor. tf Pioneer Cleaners .1 If, O.-^OOT!. sM|N>rini* i nd»'ii» of the K;»stern (.'niHolidated. ha.-: a Rambler nuiii'Mu! ii'iw with which to cover the distances uere.ssary in the transaction of his VMsinr,,,. ;,.,i u in the field* and In ibis < itv. I Physician and Surgeon. Rooms t» and 10, Fish, block, over -hos drug store. Phone Main 364. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 1 ami 2. lot '3, r \-i\ \v, \Vi»Mi r K Kills a:\d wife in<l 1 1, Main 24 7 noi 1 ! !;;i! o \\'. \\. K"ll «(!'. ' 'Ml !',(••( 1 (plan.-i (.i' northeast :; i ••_".» wii'.- to T. E. Pow- 1 O: 1 , IHi^hiVld tract. .folm 1 J , niiM,.' M ck I*. A. !. , all south (it cnumy road of section :-'*•:!!•:;:!. except railroad ri^ht of way, reserve right to divert water over, . Kdward A. Marriott ami wife to .luhn .liKMib Leiumm, $IM. southwest quarter of norih\v.*-it OU-.IH.M- action DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. tUiu.s building, northeast, corner or ave., ami 1'Jth st.; roo:ns 12 Bakersneld. Oft\co phono Hes, phone Main 140, Otllce hours 10 to 11! a. UK; 2 to 4; 7 to ^ p.m. ^"wTHELM, M. DT Physician and Surgeon, Rooms 212 an«! 2111, Producers Bank rnulciini?. Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Mala 220; residence, Main HAVE YOUR HOUS'P: Ci-KAXED— Carpets cleaned, remodel*-;! ami laid .Mattresses made over ;m-i r^na'iiecl the same day. Yonr old i'urniiure re-trhied and made Uk«« new. Upholstering in all ot' its branches. Alt work guaranteed by A. C. Crowoli, HOC K st; telephone Main ;i9S. if FOR SALE—Cash Income;- alfalfa, dairy and fruit ranch, near baton, Fresno County, Cal. 140 acres; 50 a:-res alfalfa, iM/i> peaches, 5*5 cows, tj 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 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room, ar KD.s Truxtun Apply tf RKNT—5 room brick cottage. jjlenty of siiade, t;a.s. electric lights and aH inodorn improvements; two blocl;s southeast of car barns; vent SI." iJi'i* month. Tel Main ^'»o. tf MASON CONTRACTOR—Boiler work a specialty. All work guaranteed. E. D. Kins- Address 809 Bakc.v' st,, Kern. Telephone Main 1294. f,2 FOR RENT—Furnished room, with bath. 2411 H street. Apply at house, 36 DHKSSMAKINn—Ptatn fiuwitu; altorlim done ut ^'Jtio F > Iv^ratleld. untl Ba- tf C HAT K AU KKENCH I.A UN DU Y— Rin?T thorn up n».vl ivivo V:I::T --i;rs cleaned or sponged wUhout f.iUiu^i. Also silks, laces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French expert. 1512 18th at. Phone Main 1005. tf I DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. ra.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Main 210. Hooms 207, 20S and 215, Producers Bank building. 1 \^ ,-.-.-• half QUICK TIME TO \i\\ Krauk H. K. of Kansas lily St Louis ( and Chicago \\\ i)uarl«'i ' ,1 h-r of section ) S -'. DR. A. P. SOHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Omcp, room?; 1, 2, 3, and 4. Oil and t(Y W ! Stock Exchange building. OHio*? hours Hanf, quarter of s"K\V AKD SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's* store, Fourteenth street and Chester avenue A gen eral line of household furnishings always at hand. And at prlcei smaller tbaa elsewhere in Bakersfield. Phone Main PASTURAGE—Two miles from towa, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water tho year around. Telephone Main 135. tf FOR RKNT--Nicely furnish'-i rooms with hot and cold water and bath reception hall for q;uosts, all - furnished: close to Santa Fe 10,"3 D street, corner Truxtun, Phone Main I'LS. AND POUND ForXD—One transponation book la- su^ii by tho Oregon Railway and Navigation Comoaay and bonrins: name appearing to t><? "Mrs. llerry," Owner can hav»* same nt tills office by paying for this notict 1 . 36 FOR SALE—ADout 100 tottd of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at ths Dave Hirshfeld. u 1 • I i L .1 qivxrter half o'. -t quar- !rom 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by ap pointments only. '•' •• •' ' "' — -- H ----- -__ DR. P. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. , rooms 3*'»5 and 3w», Producera Bank bulklinj?. Office hours from 11 t TO rj a. m., and nliono Main G(5L'. a to fi p. m. Tele \QIJU MATTRESSES are not too old to be made aver. You spend a third of your HK> in bod, so hnvo them made over by E. C. Crowell, U50 0 yfv^ct, Koru. Upho.^u.M'iijff aii.l ^B ~ f repairing in all l)ran"ho^ carpot cK>;inlii£;, etc. Tel«'[/h<./r;e Main 398, tf H. C. HARNESS With J, W. Brockman Real Estate and Insurance 25. Galtes Block I Phon*5 Main 232 Ca i Callfornlau want ada. Best results THE LOS ANGELES TIMES office is permanently located at 182*5 f street, where orders \v(U bo takSti for subscription-* and alvertise- . Phone Main 15'2". L. P , a.eent. 4> LESSER HIRSHFELD ON THE STATE KOY J. BROWNE IN LOCAL LUMBER BUSINESS Res. Main Through Pullman and Tourht Gars. Splendid Dining Car Roy J, Browne* '.v.stios i his friends tli.u ; IVikersflo* I and u a^ain i b.-r business. )..•; 1 }. H. Ma)len, in Co. It is the i[iNM'.:i<ni of tl : to carry nue of stocks in tlu* valS- - :.unounce ":rned to lum- with LunibOE 1 ll, 2 he F..H-. 1 ' \ ( 1 T'" f ' tl. J , Main : DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon and Private Hospital, rooms' 4, 5 nnd *J, Mopi-irs Building nttontion to disisisos of Kyo i-^o jiud Throat. OtUeo hours to K in,; 2 to -l p, m. SEWING MACHINES—I have the agt'iiry for the Now Home sowing mui'hino and have them for sale from $25 up to $(JO. Inquire at office and residence, 1028 Q street, Horn, P. O. address, Bakersfleld, Hox 23. H. M. Nightingale. 350 Ht>;d E>irate r» Coakliu F!i Room Rooii) W. W. KELLY, Real Estate anc Insurance up c-.,vuor Sti-oet and Ci.-stwr Avenue Phone Main 149. * ' n Hoar * ? i" * ti^. ATTORNEYS E, L. POSTER Attorney at-Law \ Bank of Bakorsftelil buiKl- f>hone Main 240. • . Southern Pacific Company ^ r assorted :t^ ( «-r for all kinds ot" Imildiiijr, rif n - and dorrick mu- teviul, etc., ;if prii^s low or thau can be obtained from any other place. It courteous treatment, prompt delivery, material and low prices are any Inducement, you should favor them 17th street. Telephone Main W. and OEO. PLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law * Norary Public. Office, Stoner corner Cheater avenue and DON'T GET HOI tmniuiso rnat last arfido you bought cost yon twice ns much ns we charge. You must brar in mind that a regular cleahn has to pay fancy prices for good*, i while we got ours for less than half of what rogular dealers pay, Because we are money lenders. When you want actual bargains l« watches, diamonds, jewelry, musical Instruments, guns, pistols, suit cases, trunks, etc., try us. Uncle Ike's Jewelry and Ijoan Co., Stan* ton & Zemansky, Props., 1409 Nineteenth St., BakersfleW. tf Patents Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HACKLEY 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal, R. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg 4

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