The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 17, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 17, 1908
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"• THE BAKERSFIKLD CALIFORNIA?* THURSDAY. SEPTEM WE END send in us. Your > will receive t h>> Mime unit enivi'ii! at t en- irll \ oil e;ll|ed at " The Men's Store " " Where Things are Right WANTED-Experienced saleslady wanted for millinery department. Apply to Miss Barjoin, at Redlick's Millinery Parlors. y ' ' 'I, Redlick Standard MONEY BACK IF NOT ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY Tin* si;ni'l;inl of »11 wool tluit this house jilone IIUK rumi ii'mnl in word iiii'i ' l l"tli for years. "Tin- Washington I'jno" comes under this stiindjinl; tlio ^rontftst producers of honest elothitu: in AIIKM*- ioa. NV\v iirriv.Mls showing tho very latest conceptions jts to style and slindcs, .styles that will plense the man'who is most criticnl. \Ve submit' this *'Washington Line" of finely tailored at prices thiit will equally please Tor we place ut your disposal to- nv»rrow a very select showing of eassirnercs and fancy worsteds in" the new -ivens. hrowns and other very desirahlc shades, at the one price. A pleasure to show, yon thronuh. Rr.-hardson Mineral Springs , Stotn- ; ..en i'"-\ Kidney Trouble. Ask your - fru iif!:; al.otif OKTII or \vrife for hook- ; 3*t to J. H. Richardson, Chico. Cat. ' Many special things for men in our Premium Parlor Don't Forget. come A pleasure "clothes shop' tion whether you buy cr not. this the same atteu DON'T TAKE IT AS A JOKE Honor Freshmen A Rlanoe at the program of songs j toasts from the class presidents I and faculty will show that one of th*» i best programs n some years the has I ,.,-..-.. prepared for the incoming "Froshies" and the school is looking! forward to the rally with much anticipation. EAGLES WEEKLY RESUME ANGES UuKalo tiill and his \viUl wosl show, Mrs. A— I understand your husband in r,t!lforni;i :»IM! wil il/e NOI.-II in! | H fotul of an argument. M'his city. . MrBi /.— yes, Indede! Why. lie evea Jo io to rofuBt?s , a eat anything that agrees in^ for ;t short , j Annie For.m i S»n Francisco thi.s t stay. j Mr--. H. i,. Keltey le'.t last ni'^ht for. _ Pick-Me-Up. omorrow by the throe uppor classes, to the | P i class will take place and 1 \\ \ve say llmf the more ^ Imv hero, the l>elter von • t oft. It is a serious fact. For oui "ss will ijive ^renter Siitisfiui-: will he the tirst social event of thjtn Ihe onliriary kind. You •let lii'Mer Vitlue for voiir ' • and thai money ^oes so . S(m in purchasing nooils here that \\n\- the following proirram of 1 means M snhstan- SMviii" 1 . See t lie point; .HARRIMAN AND ASSOCIATED , , 1 OFFICIALS INSPECT PIPE tho annual rally l<: _ .\iUuns of Chlrauo. on At the meeting ol' the K^gle.s last ' the —There were several army of- ii" there, hut not one of them asked "me to dance. , ,, . . . K _ Dr. hong (Homoepzitui Physician j nolle—Ami they are accustomed to • LINE.jmsht it was decided to resume h rt sur R eon. electrical ami X Ray ! the smell of powder, too.-Judge. ,. of thej weekly Thursday msht dances, which lrnelment . rho ne Main 114; Hopkins! P the 1 E. K. Adams of t'lHeauo. one 01 tiie wetsiuy iiiinwiu.v mmn .uui^^n. «»^» traelr lief engineers of the Harriman lines; were so popular lam winter and spring build! ". K. Mcl.alue, superiutendent of thejiie.xt Thursday nlfihl. This will h*' \ ssoclated rHled pipe line; Oo, A ' welcome news to the many younc; pco-| . t ». fm ._ . __ ,1 I .» I __ *-> v. •l^,^..i««>t«» t*j \ 1 1 * i i' « li el I«.»j tr I i.i4J II T\ t i i ng. tl riasslfied ads., titty cents :i week HKh School year. Duano Wlrt and | n ow O f the Dow Pump C'ompany. ami p»e on the guest roll of the Kugl«s and -'red Allen have made arrangements I Harry Cavdwell. arrive! here last lit IH certain that the affair next Thurs- (,r Hie entertainment, and Will Simp-I nlshf for an official inspection of the , day will he one of the most jolly of Prof (Vainer have prepared Mocal pump stations of the rifled pipeithe new season. A commit top comtoaats: 'lines. 'posed of the following will arrange TnasimastiM-—Htm. \V. W. Kaye. "Oil Is now hiMnc received at Port : the details such as music and refresh- To the New High School—Miss Costa," said Mr. Adams this morning.; ments and promise a most dellgnttu "and the line is a pcrtVrt success." j dance: -Frank Homer, chairman; Al " " ' Charles \V. A. B. HEERINGTON 1517 19th St. i > > E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes. Beans, Eggs, nntl all farm products. *J* •f 4 * Paulino Scott. Response—Andrew Ilocca. The Athletic Boy— Boulah Rgan. llesponso— Orury Wieman. Song—Hoy Patho. To the Faculty—Fred Allen. Ht'sponse—Prof. Conger, The Athletic Girl—Will Simpson. Response—Rachel Smith. Song—Florence Hough ton. To the Freshmen—Duane Wirt. Ilesponse— Homer Brown. (trio)-Messrs. John Stroud, j According to the statement of Mr, | Mason. Fred Liehman, Adams the present visit is merely [ Juduh and F. F. Bastian. |one of liiKpontton and has no other) One application tor membership was significance attached to It. \ received last night. NOTICE OF PAROLE. Notice is hereby given that I shall 'apply to the State Board of Prison Directors to be paroled from San Quentln. EDWARD ERTLE, No. 22,254. Date of first publication, August 29, j WITH THE OIL MEN Hoy Raker and Uoyd Stroiul. 1908. 8-29 Phone am one am recen our that amply tra was than etter uns even ene my was that te tin gun tern menc ienc ron CARRI Investigat ERE ion Methods nvi RECTOR. Fred KImble came in from McKit- trlck last evening and left later for Fresno. Clarence Berry and Frank Kellar are in from McKlttrlck. O. J. Hfckey leaves soon with Mrs. Hickey for an extended eastern trip. Mrs. William Kelly, wife of one of the Mt. Diablo drllers, arrived from her home In Florence , Colo., last night She fs accompanied by her three children. 8. T. Peet of the Las Angeles agency of Fairbanks Morse Company and Bob Flourfloy of the local branch, left this morning in the company's auto for the West Side. Too Late For Classification BAKERSFIEKD IS "RIPE" for an up- to-date apartment house, the man or woman who will build uud run one as it should be has a small fortune awaiting thorn, sure. I have a lew of the best available sites to build \ on, at the right prices. Come ami let me show them to you. H. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins bldg. \:\ no vou WANT A LOVELY HOME?! — I can well you one on Truxnin ,'ive. at a price you. raa afford TO pay; only quarter cash down; don't stay in a few "Minify" rooms when sun can own this prett> place yours* li". H. A. Moore, room 11. HopMus bid;;., veal e.-iale and \v LOST- Het \Veeil I lie P. depots, one time M, i .1. M. Duty. Finder return 'M :.[ Transt'er and recei\e reward. -1;'. i LOST--On mail m K-.»eU S,e. :n. i;ri|i containiii.! rloiln-- I |tlea.-'i' KOH SALK--Tu-el\-e in K 1 " 11 ' cinidiiioii. 1 Til' pounds .M'. Moe>re. room I L i " Main \'-':'. lit « N'DSOU lelp til' all kiii i : especially , i" ! Main ti.;7. li. H MT.NT !\ > p mall team L- team. 1 ;." souml and ii\ will iraile for ses nnd tlitTere:ice. Sei ', (J. Eherhari. e.ire Po\v» ", ; and Ushi Co i ,, If you have not registired sine* January 1, you must do so if you want to vote at the November eleo tion. Bee the clerk's notice on page 7. « Announ inter inery DAY 17th EPT LMBER Cordial nvitation all esent ten Coth Fal Men Youn OVERCOATS HATS KO F»* .H;.! 4 \

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