The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 17, 1908 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 17, 1908
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, Vt* T h ;> ' •*•: I j i T •y -/^. .-*^T.' 7 H _ 1 f THE BAKERSFIELD CALIPORNUN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908. REQUALED factions at Mont (The Ideal Vacation Place) Golf, Tennis, Polo. Motoring, Riding, Bathing Seventeen-Mile Drive, Beautiful Scenery. Superb Climate, Perfect Accommodations. Sum Rat $3 to $5.50 P y (AMERICAN PLAN) REDUCED RAILROAD RATES CSel Moxite Express Leaves City Daily at 3 p. m. Wnte for Resei vations to H.R. W4RNER \.. MACK, Cashier J. J. MACK, Vice President. V 'AViblo. President G. J. PLANE, Asst. Cashier. BANK OP BAKERSFIELD Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars -S. W, Wible, S. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. BunUint?, Domestic aForcign Exchange, r Betters of Crc't.t. The officers of the Bank wl!l be x\\ul to give the l>eu<?flt ofr their «x* or observation to all ppersons desiring information on mat- Of t>USltlOSS. Conner. President. LLEY WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Code used Bakcrsrleld, Cal. BOUGH DRY Did You Know will call for your family hi MI?, wash \\\\\\ iron ;ill shouts, towels, slips, t'ount'Tpiines, etc. stiirch all pi<ve.s that sturdiin^ and return to you for only li cents per pound'i , II' you tiro in a hurry telephone [for us to call Friday rooming ami have them returned Saturday evening. trial. Satisfaction gunrauteed. UH a us a trial. Telephone ;ain LAUNDRY GENERAL ATTENTION perfect work that is done at r Dyeing «ud Cleaning estiib- Our cleaning of men's i a lonpr needed want, \K: *TV» tilling 1 it to perfection, oloan and [)rcss a suit of only costs a small v ^ you have a new outfit for the It. is had for the clothier, f;ood .for the Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor, .129-133 aOthSt. Plume Malu 168 £>Gi$ ZOth St, Phone Mala 175 CLUB MEET I Ull t1 a v inu <>t ***(* - &«sw^ 1 ps^ QUICK TIME TO Kansas lily Louis and Chicago THE STATE , :- Club of St. Paul 1 * i- ir.- regular ;tt s j 111. A the riiiM'Mr> question fs the program J thus t'ar ;.iran*»"l all.I Rev. has nrran-i'-tl toi a numb*.- 1 .* of in;; (Mi.-* in niMUinn tf> the program. S. <'. Smith, \V. H, Hill and otlivrs I.''iv»» hern ivfjiirv.«;,.; to aildi'e-*.^ the rin'.t. All ni' the ohl member* oi Uie ci n- are 'imeil to he present aiM all' 1 memlM rs of the church. M»V Club is planning man> - yes.sitms for the winter lid its suertM.H of last .seaM'ii nn uiii-vs M he more than met \vihi nserted the Californian i You that Publicity Pays Professional D 'I li an F The Californian classified advertising columns are the best medium for known your wants. TERNAL Five lines, one week f Five lines, three days BOo 25c \ ('<*«• announces that thei will be ;i short business meeting ( i (the vestry ol' .^t. Paul's church tonior 1 row nielli ;ii 7::i" and at tin* same hour ['the rtmir will meet for thu purpose of J CARTWRIGHT WIL STUMP THE STATE FOR BRYAN. Stau- .Senator George VV. Cart- u'l-iiilu n! this city will stump the state tor Hryun during the latter part of ili" campaign. At last week's meeting of the Democratic state central coin mil ti'e ararngements for tour were practically completed. win speak first af San Diego, and then cover Southern California. During the last week of the campaign he will probably stump Northern California. Senator Cartwright Is .reckoned 8. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday nUht at 7:30 at Odd FeJ- lows' Hall, hiester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially iuvfted to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday, Chas. A. Lee. K. H.; C S. Meroney. Secretary. STUAYKD—A inuly cow. witli on. Owner pleas** call ;i) K. T. \\\\- lilfe's place, U. F. D. N". :i Kanuors 1H, and pay for this ud. FOR BAT MISCELLAN TOR SALFJ—Four lots, one-quarter block on t; street. Price $750. For information address Y., Callfornlau. 41 loss than seven rooms. "J" cure of this office. .1. It. KEBFB, well boring, Chester avenue. FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No ( J3, meets every Wedne* . day evening at S o'clock at Eagle \VANTED-A woman Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend, S. Sweitzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. ddress tf at 2917 tf WANTED—Furnished house of not! E. H. U)VKI/AND has just received a car of flue northern potatoes. Why uat poor potatoes when you • can get good ones. AsU your grocer for northern potatoes it' you want something real good, tt to do chamber and dining room work. Mrs. Me- Kee. Sli<» J Htreet. Kern. Phone Main 447. CITY FUUT MARKET—Telephone Main 1228; all kinds of fruit. Send in your orders for fruit to put up. it KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern*Lodge No. 76, meetb every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock iu I. O. O. F. Hall. A. cordial invitation to visiting Knights. ANTED—For hunting about Oct. 1st, a team of cayuses with harness » n <l li s nt spring wagon or burkboard. Address, giving particulars and lowest /price, H. D. ,FOR SAhE—Winter Nellis pears at 2 purposes, t cen t s per pound; order today. Call up Main 1U5S. Delivered in Bak- crsfiold ami Kern. Jonen, Port Costa, Cal. 42 FOR SALE—A 12 horsepower, DEGREE OF HONOR I. !!"""« Ul ::J )es L°!' a V KS 1" £*K'_ vXEESriNE LODGE, NO. 78. D of a on the coast, and It la confidently ex- that he will win over hundred* of H*.'iiuljlU:ans to vote for the Com '. — Fresno Thlbune. FRESNO TEAM RELEASES Meets first and third Fridays in each month at A. O. U. W. hall at S p. m. VIsitlns members cordially Invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. WANTED TO BUY—Three or four young pigs about two months Old. Address James Preston, Bald Eagle lease. cylinder runabout at $2un. Garage, 2004 Chester ave. Sharp's 42 THREE STAR PLAYERS. JUST | CE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. V* \VANTKD--Oirl to rvait on table and R. McDonald, Cashier Miller, main stand-by ot Kresno state league team in the pitcher's hnx. HoHingsworth, the former coast league inflelder, and "Bull" iCroll, known to every fan on the Pai rifle coast, were released from Hitisin C'ily or,^ar.i/..irion Tut-night. The action came like a thun- ; derholt from a clear sky. The fans ' In the Raisin City are said to he In- dlgrzam an/1 are severely criticizing the management for lowering tho standard of the team by releasing tho high priced players and engaging cheaper men, when all chance nf winning the pennant has flown, | MOJAVE LAND IS THE i CAUSE OF A SUIT. | Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. m.. A. G. U. VV. Kali, No. 162« Nineteenth street. Vlsitlne; members conlially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. \V. Curtzwller, Recorder. IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Tribe. No. 134, permanent do ch;im!<er \\-i r!.. Apply to the Depot hotel. 15th and F streets. t£ "ANTRD— A good canvasser for quick selling article. No peddling. Money every day. Address B., Cal- il'ornian. FOR RELIABLE HELP—Rlug up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agency, C. C. Scribner & Co., proprietors. The best of nuile and female help on tho s-aurtesjt possible notice. 1234 I9tli street, Walters Hotel, Bakersfleld, Cal. it THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT of- ttce Help of oil kinds furnished. Women especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main 637. H. H. Wilson. 40 addross Box 7;;i. Meets every Wed tiesday at s i>. m. in the Workman Hull, Nineteenth street. VimtinK members cordially invited. .T. M. Haherfelde, Sachem; John Lewis. C. of R. WANTED—"Woman for housework. Three in family; no washing. Inquire at loOT Chester avenue. 3t BOILERS FOR SALE— One >>:> \\. p. WANTED—Modern house; four or boiler In A No. 1 .shape. $l~u', 25 h. p. boiler, first class shape, $100. O. S. HIckey. 1520 21st st. •FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — i Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at S p. m., in K. of P. hall, In Kern City. ^^ H. H. Brown, President; R. G. Llb- by, Treasurer. A. L. Klock has sued C. C. Calkins; — ) tor the return of a note for $2.000 and ,KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL | a deed to property in the Elysian I ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed- 1 tract. Los Angles' which were given 1 nesday night at 8 p. TO. VJsltli 1 in payment for raikin*' ?ervloes ln companions cordially Incited. locating suli-im^um* land near Mo- E. M. FRIANT, H. P. jnve. five rooms; furnished; close in. FOR SALE—Horse, buggy and har- Masoot apartment house, ness. Horse three year old bay, room 8. tf j weighs about 850. Harness almost new. Buggy in good condition, fresh painted. Price, $100. Wm. Butler, 2530 Dracena. Phone Main 304 O'DELL & BIGOT, employment agency—Help furnished of all kinds. Office, Lutz' drug store. Telephone Main 169. 348 WANTED—<!IH work, U23. for g street; house uhrne Main tf alleges thin h" was deceived, ORDER OF OWLS—TJaKersfleld nest and that thp land he nought was No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 wet from rai n rather Mian from sub- p. nu at Maud's hull. Visiting irrigation.—Los Angles Express. members cordially invited. W. S. . | Renfro. president; Joe Mackey, sec- DOG LICENSE NOTICE. j retary. r Enrven to an per- i aona owning and keeping doss, wl :fte limits of the I.'KV of Bak»*rafl that License Toga Lor the year 1908, ire now ready for «i«!(very at the oft flee nf the City i_'!ei'k, ia ^he basemenf of Producerd Savin-.:.a li.tnk bni! !!n^ and on and after ih** ir.Th u »v of .January, t will proc*?e..i to Impound all PHYSICIANS BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 TEI-KPHONK Fiirmers 7x2 is and yon can order your Georgia \V. ,'ift (Mini; iH'achos at nnr<v Wear, S!'.a;Iy (Jrov^ Hanoh. 'ANTKIV-Good, gentle driving horse weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must bo suit; and reliable for woman to drive. Address. S, Uln 4. tf WANTED—MALE HRUP. DR. J. L. CARSON auu uii tmu ai vf i tn** i •" n M * - V/L ,j ttii>T i T ary. t will pr?c*?*M »«> Impound all [ Rcsuines |)rttct!ce ln Bakersneld. Of- jJoRB found ruuuiuv- on it,e atreeu, { ttces 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank 'hat are not W»»inn* ^,w .l-OUSe tRg hniinino- Un,,^a /lollv ^olanhnna for the ye^r :ed January 9. . J. K. COX. DRESSMAKING—Plain st-wing and altering done at 2-09 F street, Ba- kersflold. tf building. Hours dally. Telephone Main 66. Residence, Main 48; Southern Hotel. DR. R. B. BEES NINETEEN JOBS GOING AT PRES- WNT—Electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, tJKislit in few months; tuition back at'ler two months; advanced students paid wages. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Company, 12042(5 East 9th, Los Angeles. tf MISCELLANEOUS DON'T GET HOI \i«oa«3« that last 1 article you bought cost you twice as much as we charge. You must bear In mind that a regular dealer has to pay fancy prices for gooda, while we get • ours for less than half of what regular dealers pay. Because we are money lenders. When you want actual bargains In watches, diamonds, jewelry, musical instruments, guns, pistols, suit rases, trunks, etc., try us. Uncle Iko's Jewelry and Loan Co., Stanton & Zninansky. Props., 1409 Nineteenth St., Bakersfleld. tf FOR .E—KfiAl FOR SALK—Cash income; alfalfa, dairy and fruit ranch, near Laton, Fresno County. CaJ. 14») acres; 50 IU.TOS alfalfa, 2V 2 poaches, 50 cows. U horses, farm Implements, dairy outfit new and complete, $10,500, terms, or $4000 will buy rows, horses and fnrm implements, lease land. Box 101, Oakland, Cal. tf I ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Ulo Bravo Oil Company. Location (r»f principal place of business, San Krnnrlaco, California. Ixx-ation of works, Kern County, California. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364, DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. - ... . Hopkins building, northeast corner Nolle* is hereby given, that at a Chester ave.. and 19th st,; rooms 12, „,„-„„,«„ ng or the Board of Directors and 14, ' Bakersfleld. Office phone' PASTURAGE*— on tho llth day of September, Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office an assesment of two (2) cents | hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m. was levied upon all the subscribed capital stock of the corpor- laMon. payable imnuMiiatoly in United FOR SAUK—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avenue or phone Main 875. Mrs. G. H. Taylor. ' U FOR"RENT FOR RENT—A mne-roorn house partly furnished, No. 316 G street. Kern, $25 per month. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. FOR RENT—Sunny front room, nicely furnished. Apply 2202 Chester avenue. 42 wo mHes from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf APPROVED OIL LAND for sale or lease. The whole or any part of section 30, township 2S south, range 27 east. Thfe property has two wells on the east side, proving that the east quarter at the section la valuable producing territory. O" the north of the section within a few hundred feet of the line a big producer was brought In this week, further demonstrating the richness of the deposit underlying this por tion of the section. The land now on the market and will be leased or sold in plots to suit the purchaser-or leasor. For further information apply to C. Cowley, New Southern Hotel, Bakersfleld, Cal. 42 T. W. HELM, M. D, Physician and Surgeon. gold coin to r.ho secretary, at [ Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank of tho company. No. 2270-A building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone M _. b I .K A ^K. .•. ^ A M ^H ^H • 4k ^K ^4 .Market street near !>ir.!i Kranrlsi-o. California. Any stock upon \vhrh 'hi street, San Main 220; residence, Main 686. assess shall jvniniu thf 'J'UU ilav uf Oi'*d'\\ •• publif nuctitu\; - A \\d inadt 1 in-i'ori 1 . v ;' - !l th ,1.1V .' tin ' ' on .., ':n'*\-;s \ A , DR. W. P. SCOTT Monday,) Physician and Surgeon. will be Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 sale at and 7:30 p. m. Office nnd residence, payment Main 210. Rooms 207. 208 and 215, on Frl-1 Producers Bank butldln?. FOR RENT—Large 5 room 2718 Chester avenue, all modern improvements exccptirtff tfJis. Apply to Dr. Venn, room 17. Hopkins ImlUlttifj; or call up Main S6H or Main 1104. -»l FOR SALE—to acres, good house and barn. No waste K™"nrt and all the 40 in alfalfa. Price $75 per acre, third cash; balance easy. Suiter & Co. 11*20 I st. Main 1 MASON CONTRACTOR—Holler work a specialty. Alt work 'guaranteed. K. I). Kin;;. Address SM Baker st.. Kern. Telephone Main 1294. Fi2 N ! 1508, to pay tniif -i hi :t:n! T. ,h .v 1 • f ll.X \V DR. A. F. SOHAPER Physician and Surgeon. Omco. rooms 1. ". •', and -1, Oil and Stock KxrJKiucT building. Omco hours AVES. o ii i t t \ 11 • - ^ i i K San 0-12 from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by ap notntments only. CHATKAl) KKBNCH LAUNDRY— Rln^ them up and have your suits cleaned en 1 sponKOd wUNuut fading, ' Also silks, lares, I;KN> curtains, ete. Kvevythintr il<mc hv a Kn.'nch export. K.12 'isth ?\. rUom* Main lOT) tf HAVE YOUR HOI'S*: CLKANE Carpets cleaned, remodfled and IaM Matti-esses made ov»>r and returned ill** same- day. Your old furnitur*' and madt-' like new, T*pin all oi its branch*^. Al'. work ^uarantefd by A C. Cn>Wi*lI, ; K st; tt-lephoiv.' Main :;:>s, tt" DR. F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office?, rooms 305 and 30tJ, Pi-odur^ra buildlnir. Office hours from 11 12 a. in., and ;' to 5 p. in. Tele- Main 60''. IU»s. Main ND SfiroNU HAXIWnrnUure storo. Fourteenth A gen fit A fit roc r and Chester oral line of >ious"hii!il fiirulshlnga at hand. And at prlrui than olsowhcro In Rakers- ' i 18 -' 1 » M n<-l.l. Phone Main 665 H. C. HARNESS With J. W. Brockman Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Cult** Phono Main *J-2 + . B:\kerafleld. Cal • LESSER HIRSHFELO Tnsunmre. Room ,,,,;,,„',„,„. "• Conkltn bulWlng,19-». tf ^ 'r J, BROWNE 1 . LOCAL LUM3£H 3-.3!NESSi Hoy J. his 4 th n 1 - I to Imn- v. i'h DOCTOK FOWLER Physician and Surgeon > and Prlvuto TTo-tdtal. r -J, f, fill'! (J. Hnr>'.-<; Mt|j| attention to tli^> •iM» and Thniai. . to 1. in.; 2 lo i : :,. \OUH tn ho ma.lo ftv'^r. Vou sp^ml a third of your !ifo iu boil, so luivft thorn uvor by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Ken). Upho!i>torlng an»l ; in all l>ran-.:hosi. carjipi etc. ^firtih'jr.^ Mn tf Q W, W, KELLY, Real Estate ancr Insurance Rnctm 4. »j> ft.-tirfi, <: ^HK-I- N'hit? Street and Ctu-st^r Avonuo Phone Main H9. I Main j J . t Pullman and Tourist Cars. .Splendid Dining Car • r. Southern Pacific Company .'. H. r v It is '••> carry ^tncks in tin" \.«:. UUuls of huildir,;. ore,, ar i.-; ( [lint'il friMu any oth»»: cinirioous ATTORNEYS 'i>r all i; nin- can s. If Hoo nir. ' E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Uaw :'.). HanU of naUi-rsflold build•'phone Main 21". SKAVINO MACHINES— I have tho for th*> Nr\v Homo sowing and havf* iJ)«>m for snl from $L'5 up to $''iO. Inquire :U of- (lev ami resl K'-rn. P. O. H. M. Patents Procured In all Countries. Infringement Q Ftre*-t, Bakersflold, 350 Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HACKLEY I 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal. L r .V :^ *-"C- '1 : t i i i CiEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law .and Notary Public. Office, Stoner mntoriul and l-i;v prices are auy htiildln^, corner Chester avenue and you should favor them nth street. Telephone Main 67. with a good portion of your trade. Give them your next order, oo PATENTS PATENTS— Hazn-ft « An boo Straus*. fret U* trial. 17 Attorney and Counselor at Law Office oT«r tilt Bank of BAk««a«l FOR SALE— AOout luo tooa of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfeld. tf R. A MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Btk<

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