The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1908
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at Pins made out of Real Roses Kernf City NOTES AND PERSONALS. Real Rose Hat Pins ,It doe* not Mem powlble. yet ItUtrac. •that th«M Hat Piiutre made out ofllve ro»*«,«ud dunged Into metal by • tecre t proccM. Tbto aiKovery la without doubt one oi the loit art* ot the indent EnrptlMU. They ire the matt beautiful of ill Hat Plat. No two are alike. Made In flnlihea to conform to the prevailing in millinery. Six tlze* V» $3.00 $3.75 $UO Everybody Is talking about them. fall to come in and sect hem. These, are therenulne DELAMOTHE Real ROM Hat Pin*. Ainerio-n Jewelry Solcmcn &. Law. 1 ••:!''> Xhie't-eum ;jt. NEW FALL SUITS AT ARDIZZ' •5 OI.CP.RE CO. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, uid up, at Ardizzi-Olcese Co., department store. tf i™ for sale nt \Vhltaker's corner Irnil store at rtgula.' prices. tf The Latest in ladies collars, 50c, and up, at Avdizzi-Olcese department store, tf NEW FALL SUITS AT ARDIZ2I & OLCESE CO. Airs. tieo. WhitaUer and son have ne to Virginia to visit relatives. K.-nnk TiilKiiiun rctnrnoil to (,'oalln- tills morning after spending a few days' in town vlsitin;; relatives. (Jeo. Mueller of Bealville Is In town on htislness In connection with the S. 1'. Company. Jack Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson, returned yesterday morning from Imperial Valley, where he has been working for the past year. Airs. J. M. Dunn of Maricopa came In town lam night to remain a few days. W. .!. Thompson and wife and mother and Mrs, M. H. Thompson have returned from a month's outing nt Pismo Beach. Kd Nelson of San Francisco was in town today on business. Kern City PARTY IN HONOR OF SIXTH BIRTHDAY. Yesterday nfferrfoon little Miss Geneveve Woo:ly. .i;i,mliti-r of M : . ali.l Mrs. .A. .). Woo ly celebrated h^r sixth hirth'lay .'it In r pLircnls' home mi Hn- ker st|-'«t. Til" little folks niinle merry playing Rallies nnd at tho close of] tlie afternoon delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Katherlne F'auly, Jessie llendscii. Olga Karris, Hollie Kovoc, Tlielma I'tittrls. MaLei tunes, Bessie Jolinston, Heat rice Hearle, Ciirisicna Noriega. Matilda Schanirlk 1 , Louise Murphy, Hendsch. A liceBorel, Arier Agnes Plantier. .Marie Burns Burns, Winifred Lee. (iussie Borel, Lorine THE PASSTIME IS NEWLY CLUB ORGANIZED. A number of yonng folks met yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Madeline Brush for the purpose of organizing a social club. The Pass- time Club was the • name decided upon and the following officers were elected: President, bela Woods; vice prsident, Moraine Reed; secretary, Lois McKnzle; treasurer, Madeline Brush. The club will meet every Saturday afternoon and the members will take turn about entrtainlng. Following are the members: Lois McKenzle, Lela Woods, Loraine Reed, Julia Noreiga, Merle! Bowers, Gladys Martin, Madeline Brush. MBB^M^M^^^HB^MMMH^M Storm Damage Along the S. P. As a result r f - a .| night's storm several \v;ifli-oti!s rrcurmi along tlu> line of the Sei;tlnTii Pnclflc. telegraph poll's \vi i" Mmvn down and one house damam d. At Lo Kern between Buttonwillow and McKlttrlcU. two miles or track were washed ,,,11 am i trains, will not be able to gtt <>-,, , un m tomorrow. A large force of IM n with miitorlnl left Kern at :):.'!<> tin's morning to put flic trac'k in repair. At- Keciie a Miiall wash-out nccur- red about 1 a. in,, which ocfasioned no particular d. lay. The wind was very heavy in the valley in the vicinity of Himford and Armona. At Chehnithers, a small station about fifty miles west of Hanford, a large grain warehouse was blown down, while n short distance west of this point thirty-five telegraph poles were blown down, completely paralyzing the telegraph E ystem during the night. Following is the rain report: Fresno. 1.25 inches. Goshen, inches Portervilie., inches. Delano, .60 inch. Callente, .25 inch, Tehachapl, .3t; i nc h. Saugus, .92 Inch. Home Should Be insured The time to take out a policy is rijrht nn\\;. You have no guarantee th;it your lunisi.- won't In- )i;--rii'ii tonight. If you have aii insur- •ui-i- ycur !"<.<. will IK.' <'ove,l'eil, jiili! y,.:i'!| have inniicy e;iu;i'_:h to start (ivei- jiirj'ili. Bakwsf ie'd Abstract Company. GEO. HAY. Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. SANTA CRUZ CALiFORMA *•«• "The Worlds Most 1 F ' ^ ycjrou •" '' ti '' • tiiiii. iiii.. o'lhi-r - /lie r. 'nuns Biti T:ees. si-enlc Mountains. Surf Bathing MI- jitrb. l.arpest nod most mag- ciCcerit Casino and Natatorltim. Cllinatfi withoat an equal. "NEVir.R A DULL MOMENT i FRANK ROEMER IS ; REMEMBERED BY FRIENDS. , Tilt' friends of Frank Ilnenier. who has been ill with liie viieiimaiism for Inline weeks, celebrated his restoration In health last ni'jjit iiy teiidevinu 1 111 m :i suriirise narty at lloi'l O street. . '1','ie cvcm'im was most pleasantly pass- i ed. and n feature was the disposal 01 a handsome sofa pillow to defray the I expenses (if the evonliv;. The pvixt. j went to J.niiis Hi.shman of the tii'in of Cumber & S-tvoie. and he in turn presented to to Orval .layues, \vho is to tie married tonight. Tne .folly party broke up at a !•((•• ,11011:-, after having spent a most enKiy- •ihle evening. BAKERSFIELD REGISTRATION ; SAME AS LAST YEAR. The registration certificates for tl:t' seven precincts in Bakersfield are practically nil In nnd the record shows -MU names as against 21".'] in IflfiC. s CLOAK AND SUIT COMPANY We are now open for busi- !! ness with a complete line of Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats, Furs and Millinery. Also a full line of Childrens goods. At prices • | I; suited to everybody. COME VISIT US—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave. at 20th St. REGISTER, REGISTER! SUPERINTENDENT Sf RATTON STOPS LEAK IN TUNNEL. Superintendent John F. Stratton , and wife returned from Democrat j Springs last evening, where they havi | been for several weks past, while Mr. j Stratton lias been personally con- idiictins the work of plugging up the I leak that has existed in the tunnel I M7S i't-et long under the dam and res- iervoir and has been a source of annoy. i ance to the Edison Company for a lyear or more past. While Mr. Strnt- ton has not yet completed his work i he has succeeded In reducing the dally • loss of water from 2800 Inches to 130 ; Inches and on his return from Los Ani geles, where he 'went last evening, he 1 expects to put a total stop to the I leakage. Mr. Stratton did the work I of plugigng with cement and rock and ] when work was started he had to ! combat a 280 pound pressure. The roar in the tunnel was so deafening that he had difficulty in securing help to assist him in the work. The marshal's office will be open until 9 p. m. on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept. 'Jlst, 22d and 23d. All those who have not registered had better get busy. 46 C. I- 1 . BADGRR, Marshal. DEMOCRAT SPRINGS. I Democrat Springs stage will leav* Arlington HottI every Wednesday morning. The baths are unexcelled 'for rheumatism and kidney trottbfo | by any and all skin diseases. Th« fp'y hot mud hnths In Kern Count;Hotel largest and best, aecomodattov* of any resort 'n Kern County. Ftws ~"'»inty hVconls. 3 Money t-i loan on good Se? curitv. S •3 ' A r, c? i * .. .y $ bole Airent Ki.ya) l n <:ir- g ance Company, a "Do'.lnr for ' Dollar Company, with "D il- lars left." 1803 Chester Avenue Phone Main 905 § ooopgoooooooooooooooqooooo DELONEUHA HOT t Most reniarkaWf nnncral si'rlngs n California. An ansottuc cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-five inlles from T»al?frFflfl 1 in Merra Nevada Monntnlna. Plnf sum Her climate. flood nci'onnno'lations Terms reasonable. Stiife leaves Bril;- •rsflebl Thursday morriuj;^ Vietv,een ' ami 0 o'clock from Arilnrt'>'i . r >nd Occidental hotch:, and fn-in Metropole JQ Kern. Hehirns Tu< »<!-ivf. .A'V 1r»ps. BARHEAU S: HOQURTTF.. ' Proiirietnr? ! camping grounds and planty oC tt R. A. KSOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Eldg Phonff Mnln 433 Bnkersfietd TO SET CASE. The Lewellyn case will be brought over to Judge Marlon's court to be set for re-examination this afternoon at 4 o'clock. CARD OF THANKS. E. (!. Adams and wife wish to thnnk the many friends who assisted them | during their late bereavement in the ; death of their little daughter, Evelyn Adams. GOT SIXTY DAYS. Harry Richmond, who was arrested last night for vagrancy, appeared before Judge Marlon this morning at 10:30 and was givn sixty days In the county jail. THLHET & 1AYIOR FOR Brussels fT.^rcLts Peas Cauliflower Green Onion Linn Bc^ns Celery St.-lng Eeans He^H Lettece /'•!! : inrJs rf fruits o" c-c-ason Btiflower Apples, $1.50 per box 1423" 19th Phone Main 401 WHIST CLUB MEETS. Another very pleasant evening \vas enjoyed by the members of the K Street Domino Whist Club, last night at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. R. Lnnce- foril, 71" K street. Those |ire.-eiit were Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Cramlall. .Mr. ami Mrs. !..•(• Staneliff, Rav Ptancilff itni :-ir. ciii-i Mrs. Luneeford. Dr. Long Olomoepath.t Physician and Suri'eon. tlectrical and X Hay traetment. i'hone .Main 1-14; Hoiiklu's ! building. tf .Mr. V.'m. J. Br; :-u n.iay be heard to speak on t!i!> issues of tlie day at Niert'.-ruiir's Furniture Store, MuS l!H!i street. Citine in und lie'ir nlin Dr. Kofcp FehreTien, licensed optician; oflice Mo'Tow-Klmbnll drug stor* Eyes examined free. tt BORN. M'.vc—!n Kcin, s«'|it. ":;. i:m>. TO Mr. i'.M'l Mrs. Goo. YOUHK, a sun. NEW ENTERPRISE. .'•' •' - Mf>re, 711 I street. Kern, I • '-• ••> i!:;'-.nii the. public of Kern and -••;••• 'ini.'iiiT country that I have add• i lay business a good line of ' ".' c dross and working shoes, cordu- :•".-• suits, khaki pants, and a nice line of the Continental Jewelry Company's (Cleveland, Ohio) jewelry, consisting of r'nps for ladies and gentlemen, scurf and breast pins, belt buckles, cuff and collar buttons, and will sell to introduce these goods this week at manufacturer's price. Your patronage solicited. Clar's Store. 711 I street Kern. WELL MANAGED AND L'rJE'JIZD. The Fir'' i'i.-.'lv >;i' Ke/;i is a struiu' ' ; "-' ' •:.-':•- hunk inn;' ••.-.). 'l '•" iiiilia^i'tl inn! (.i- • • '' • .• '! i'f ln;s-' ill, '••• ;•')•! : ; • • : ;i!':i;.'tie 1 '' ' ::. i i i :, .': ':.' '('i:'.;)] r.ffit'.;.. Account. 0 , ( :' .:• ••' ' > clici'l;, invited. Capital, s}TiO,ll(i!).00. Capital C. J. Pl.ins. t Arth'«r 8. Ci s, Ca«hl*r. Hear Bryan Speak Wouldn't you like to hear the Democratic candidate li iin self toll you just what his views arc on the trusts, the tariff, labor and other important quest ions of the day'/ He does just that on the Victor f'diiu: iu and hear him. Taft Records to arrive soon N PHILIP W. n JEDERAUK FURNITURE 1408-10 Nineteenth Street, Telephone Main 173. A Traveling Man's Experience. "I l.iiiM tel! you my experience on a:: <af hound O. II. ife N. II. H. train In,in I 1 ' niHeton to I.e (iramie, Ore.,' write*-- Sam A. (Jarfoer, a well known travelinj! man. "1 was in the smok- ii}'^ Oejiartmtrnt with some other tr'ivelinK men when one of them went (••,!' into the coach and -came hack flp.d salii, 'There is a woman sick tin- an 1 went out, found her very 111 with to death in the car.' I nt once got up and went out, found her very ill with cramp colic; her hands and arms- wore drawn up so you couid not straighten them, and with a death liiie look on her face. Two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whiskey. I went to my suit case and got my bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy (I never travel without hi, ran to the water tank, put a double dose of the medicine In the glass, poured some water into it and stirred it with a pem-il; then I had quite a time to get the la.lles to let me give it to her, but I succeeded. I could at inre see the eifect and ! worked with htr. rubbing her hands, and In twenty minutes I gave her another (!<•>••< J!y this time we were almost, in'o !..; Crani'e. where I was to 'eave !)-"• n;,;;). I pavo the bottle to th.- hr.?baiirl to be used in case another d-js.- sboijid be needed, but by the time the train ran into Le Grande Bhe wag all riKht. and I received the thanks of ev-rv passenger in the car " Kern Drug Co., Kern • KORNS? A serious snJijci'f invites your atten- 1ion aii'! is constant- ly reiniliiliiii,' you Ml' itself. K'OKXKEWK Avill put an end t<> Korns. It is nuaraiiteed. Try it, and if it fails—as it will not —come fi.i our storf n:ul get yoiir Money Back. 25c the bottle. Of Dnig Stores Bakersfield's Finest MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to '.0:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9M5 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Fighting the Flames'' "Marathon Race" "The Stadium Sports" "The Oylmpian Games" "A Lonely Gentleman" "A Troublesome Carbuncle" Knlire I'hiinev surprise I'm' "In the Days of the Pilgrims" "Hew Simpkins Ditccvered the North Pole." SC'NGS—"Pride of the Prairie" "Trffy" of Program 3!' luiay ntul 'l'hni's<!iiy nifilils. A niir patrons every week. Matinee Sutiinhiy and UNEQUALED Attractions at Del Monte (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 8 p. m, Write for Reservations to H, R. WARNER, OPERA HOUSE ROUT. G. BARTON, r1«n*«tr Coolest Place in Town T TO-NIGHT The Whirlwind Girly Show HE IME WITH John F. Young 12 Songs 50 Girls THE 1000 LACE Laughs 463 Times I n Chicago G AND THE IRL "Snappiest, quickest, liveliest, clear,- . .. est musical show seen in years."— Los Angeles Paid I.os Aupeles Times, "One sparkliny sunbeam." L(,s An 'H|16ji to See it ,e:es E.xBmlner. , .,, , "Always entertaining."—Lo-- A;;{.'«=- ' 1-s Herald. SEATS NOW ON SALt Prices, 25c to $1.50 Sunday, September 27th The First Ti.r.s H- e :' i'.r :cdy Dr:inia Prices ... ^—..-.-i^XJ. 1

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