The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 19, 1908 · Page 3
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Fall in Line Miiny now names nro being added to our list of sul>s1anti:!l, well pleased customers and are unanimous in Ilicir expressions of high praises for the grand old firm, Sherman Clay & Co. binoe we an- in our new store in the new Fish Block, we carry such (i large stock and such a great variety, that anyone ;;an find with us just the Piano they want, and you know the <|tmlity of our goods, since you have had the last forty-one years to study us. Have you heard anything but good about us? NY'. 1 can arrange with you about the terms so as to nu-el your oonvrniince. See our sweet Steinways; no other Piano like them; then our Chase, Estey. Emerson, Kurtxman, Sterlini:. and other Pianos, that have given entire satisfaction here for many years. Our Player Pianos are also the best on the market. Come see them. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager Dependable Goods at Welll't The Most Pupular Fall Suitings Now Await Your Selection Hroadclotlis arc tin- most popular ol' the ne\v I'all dress jroods, while cheviots, scrites. tweeds and fancy mixtures are greatly in demand. Our assortment is complete, and no matter what you're lookinir for, it's here. The colors are burgundy, tans, browns. "Teens, blues,, jjrays and Mack, and all are included in our elegant line of new fall materials. Get in touch with the new fall suitings by seeing them ri.uht awav. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 68 Works Phone. Main 163 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfield, Cal. DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embalmers. SuceeMors to Morton & Connolly. Lady Attendant, 1414 19th It' RED GBOSB AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main tt The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRON8EN & STALLAflD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery in Bakersfield and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street. This Sounds Very Familiar WI1MK CINCINNATI, S«-i>t had been several yea: '.—That ho an attorney for the Standard Oil Company, but that Mich employment had nothing to do with matters pendinc In Conaress or in which the federal government is Interested. Is tin? substance of a brio! statement nisulc 1 yesterday by Senator Koraker. In answer to charges mini.- liy \Villtuiu R. Hearst. In Coltim- hus. Thursday night "While I do not now recall the details I remember that I rendered the company such service Is I could charge for It, and was paid," said , Senator Forak. r. "The employment | ! had no reference whatever tn anything : pending In roli.utehs. or to anything i in which thu federal government had j the slightest Interest. i | "That eiiiploynient ended befotvo my i ' first term in "the senate expired. I i have not represented the company In air. way since." .\riic:.'< of the Joe Rellly-Kddie Whit- tight signed and with Sky Mess' guarantee that Rellly will train properly and he at weight for the ruining battlr. were returned from Fresno this tnorniiii!. To show that he means business an,i has re-entered the tight ring in nil earnestness this time, Rellly win make l";i pounds at ringside. This will cause him to he in training until the very moment he steps into the ring. Sky Hess has JKio as a guarantee that the little Fresnoan will be at and the Fresno sporting man rsonally oversee Kelly's train- i''h will be done in Fresno. I'ni'i' has gone to Marlcopa where u,n lii-uin liis work and then mine M.ili'-r.slleld to put on 'lie Dnisli llOSli set.i, will inn \ $50 Cash Premiums $20 first; $10 second $5 third; fifteen $1 each. Easily earned In an hour or more by any boy or girl, man or woman, but one in each family, without any cost to you, and no peddling or canvassing. And to .ach one competing, we will also give a email useful article. Send postal for particulars, mentioning this paper, to WEST COAST MILL, 7C-:-703 So. Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. ' Honest values are ever v.?d- ded with truthful words. \Ve can save you money if you Li'y our assortment, pots. pans, ket- tles, woodenware at 25c. Let us assits you. Winters, Bridges, Simpson Compay. ROTARY WILL BE WORKING he to hit; I. I Uoust. who just runic down from Fresno, says that there is inter. i; taken in Fresno In the com Rellly as a fighter has been favorite in Fresno and if he i proper condition and behaves while training for the cnminv elevation of Raisin City fans M>ectcd here the night of the tele- Bak. Tlio rotary rig on the Talra property in the Midway will be in operation in a day or two. For the past week the ilrillurs and their assistants have been busy rigging up the derrick and as soon HS the rip U completed work will begin. Telephone Line Working. Within the n ext day or two phonic communication between _.... , ersfteld and Marlcopa will be possible. The main line has been strung to the . West Side town and as soon as (lie j diffprent leasoa nro connected up the ! line will be thrown open to the public. For the past week or more the system ; has been working with good success' between Bakersfield and McKittrlck. r West Side numbers may he obtained I [from the long distance operator, but 'when the next phone book is published the subscribers of the Kern-Midway line will appear also. Oil Fields Bus Running. The big ol l fields auto bus, which has bene out of commission for several days past, was placed in service early this morning ana at once began doing a big business. It Is running on the regular schedule. BIG OlTsTRIKE IN JAPAN TOKIO, Sept. IS.— The TaUarada Oi; Ci;mi>atiy's> wells, which have beeu sunk to the third stratum at a depth of ir.ore than 3'"' feet, have struck oil in large quantities. The How i.s regular and nt' exceptional purity, being fully Vi per cent Tine. Hitherto, the best obtainable ,lap;/.U'.se oil has been tin per cent. pure. It is probable, that if ail tin- wells tap the third stratum the yieul will lie practically unlnited. and the country in the co'urse of two or three years will be able to dispense with foreign oil entirely. .Most of the Japanese petroleum Is produced Ui Echlgo province, luit oil is also found in Hokkaido and In Yamagnta and Shizuoka prefectures. During the fiscal year ended Juno 30, 1908, the United States exported to Japan 60,510,424 gallons of illuminating oil, valued at $5,346.716. PARSON" GILUIAM IS DEAD AT AGE OF 80. "Parson" Gllllam, known to ninny Kern County people as an evangelist and church builder, he having preached In the county In the earlier days, Is dead at Visalla at the age of 80. The Visalla Times says of the preacher and his work: Mr. Oilliam was one of the most widely known throughout the valley of the old pinn- , ee'rs. Born in Clay County. Missouri.' on February 28, 1828, he was twenty- , one years of age when he crossed the ! plains with his parents, and soon ; ciune to Placervllle. where he resided for some lime, going later to Oregon. where he look up a half section ol land arid farmed until 1858. In tliat year he became licensed to preach in the Cumberland Presbyterian (.'liuivh and returned to Califoniiii. when- lie .was sMli.M'quenily ordained. K< -Mni.: I 111 Stockton fur "two years he P'ii:>n i ed to Porlervllle In this . "Mi.ty ;M. I' '•• preached the gospel thrliiuh I-'V^IM, I Kitr-'s, Tnlare and Kern Count • .is i.-ted in the ofirMiil/..iti-'ii • I '-'nun-!'.''.- and roiweuaM"!,- . j en:-.-e:...|( id a'-'! 1 .' eh ,1 '. \ ver :. thi!', 1 , of a ci-niun H BRITISH RUGBY CHAVPS MAY PLAY IN SCA. TH. !•(-.,.,.j|,i ,it a !"t'<". : i 'i!:i !•' '•' ' lid'!',, ill -; ' lull ; it" ' : ' !tti- !•>' "'am will arri 1 . • i 1 . \ ;» : sati>>tactipry ai i an.. 1 ' '. '•' mad*- i'liN t.-ain \viK ••^•.•- :i | i•iin'i -i w i' ii Si ,i:i.in .' - ' • i i:i a M-rle:- of games. 1 'I'hls i';iiii«)ii.s iiKar'-n.i'.:-! 1 , 1 li-li iilav. r-. ha:- jn.-i !::. . ,:• ,i, -I : • >: i';. < : j.'rjn ". \ i • MI: ! hi- -,vay to play j ii'ii •; : . v , .; i, \V. .-i. :. .mi - N" 1 -.•;i.iii. di-fitati.- - -ii. Th • Angry Mother — You've got an awful i.erve (o ask me to «i\,' you hack your ball when you nearly killed one of rny children with It. The Boy — Well, ma'am, you've got ten children and we've got only one ball —Exchange. ifi"d ads., fifty cents a week. WOMEN TOSSERS A WEEK FROM SUNDAY The lady hull pluyers will be here, positively, a week from tomorrow. The fiiime scheduled for tomorrow hml to be postponed on account of cunllict- In^ dates but in a letter to K/re Reh- f'cld received this mornini;, Manager Orser states that he will have his feminine tossers here next Sunday sure. In l.os Angeles there is much interest In the game, which takes place tomorrow mid at Fresno Wednesday last the largest baseball crowd of the year saw the women swat the hull. Manager Orcer says that the team which plays here will have but three men players, the remaining six being women. There promises to be a large crowd to see the fair sex In bloomers and pink nocks ramble around the bases. HEARST SUPPORTER j !S OUT FOR TAFT. j ! M. F. Tnrpey, .the wealthy raisin) man and former Democrat, the close : polltcal associate of W. R. Hearst. whose campaign manager he was on , this coast four years ago, has an: nounred his intention of supporting | Taft this year. Mr. Hearst's - paper, the Examiner, tells about it with much attention to details. EYES made to order. Patients desiring artificial eyes made for them duplicating form and color: please consult me before October 1st. DR. FOWLER, Room 6 Hopkins Building COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. la the Paim; t,->it.«, a;;S sic undar our palms and ilritik a cooling, re* freshing smla water nni! eat an lei* cream or Ice. \\> soll'-iv wholesale trade, both In creams and randies. Our pbone number Is Main 1S3. 142f Phone Main 257 BON BON Your order for I<v Cronm, Fruit Tecs or Candy. SPECIAL FREE DELIVERY From 8 n. m. to 6 p. in. T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Watch—Look—Wait Los Angeles Sunday EXAMINER A Metropolitan Sunday Paper With All Its Features Will be on Sale Early Tomorrow ORDER IT NOW! A Few Good Positions IN LARGE Retail Furniture Store in San Francisco Open to those who can take from $ 1,000 to $ 10,000 of the $250,000 Capital stock. Already $1 75,000 paid in. Additional $75,000 required to enlarge by opening new and most modern store in best down town location. Established 15 Years, Doing $380,000 Business Last Year. Splendid Opportunity for those seeking solid investment in well- known popular house, with permanent good paying positons. Investment alone should pay at Least 15 per cent yearly. Full Particulars Furnished Applicants. Address A. F. HOEHNER, 1562 Greenwhch St., San Francisco

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