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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 25, 1908
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1 .• - HI I Ml THE -• -—- -"K- » -- A NEW COAT OF PAINT ' COSTING, SAY, S'J.50 STRONG I EAM Will s; » yo 'S in limit tiim FACE THE GIRLS to apply Old Mission Paint. Before I ho rain. A coat before December worth coats afterwards. So paint your house nou*. NOW OR NEVER bargains to h»» had in harness, whips, eic., at this store. Our •ji-\v stock is <'<wip]t i tf with choice uiiius all through. A M- blank"* at $1.•"><», ji line hafness at $10, s1roii<, r ami sty I- I (Mi. Ui<iii>^ saddles, driving and ti'nls at any old [trice, tops and carriage trim- PiONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS, /hone Main 1144 4821 Chester Ave Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone -Main 98* GUI Ichamblia Rt»;i(j the want nds, OLD RELIABLE Painters SNYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Bpe cialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall St •akertfleld, Cal, Chas Hare Street AIN Captain \v-si"y Brown of-the Bak-' *rsfit:ld t'-aut today announced the llniMip of ti'.>? tt>am that will face tlu» Chicago Hlnomor Girls Sunday at 1'a.rk. Joe Kt-ani*\v, a new corner from San Kran'.'iH.-o, whore he* has seen good s'-rvioo in the box of the Lowell WR!I School nine, will do the twlrltn* for tht* home boys, and Er- wln Holmes, whose work as receiving agent for Charlie Turners curves and shoots as a member of the crack Hl«h School learn of three years ago will bo remembered, will be behind the bat. On first base Charlie Bare, the ohi (oumior, will do the honors at first and Davie Kuehn, the hard-hitting and fleet-footed Inflelder, will he ion second. "Spot" Macmurdo \* e<>nii:m in from Midway to participate in the came and he -will be at Hhort.ston. Tom Segrue, the oil fields player, will be stationed at third, whi:«,- in the outfield there will ho Captain Brown, Alexander and Oil- leppit;. The last named Is also a twirier and will be substituted for Kearney it for any reason the San Francisco tad be compelled to leave the gam»\ Lefty Stoner will be in uniform as a sub. The girls are playing in Los Angeles today and tomorrow they will line up against the crack Tehachapi nine. They arrive here Sunday morning and will be taken for a drive to the oil fields before noon. nserte the Calif or nian You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory an Fraternal Announcements The Oalifornian classified advertising column* are the best medium for making .known your wants. Five lines, one week . Five lines, three days FRATERNAL * V * * 60o 25o B. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakerafleld Lodge No. 286, B. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd JFel- low<3' Hall, Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. K.; O S. Meroney, Secretary. FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednefl day evening at S o'clock at Eagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited to attend. S. Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. WANTED WANTED—Experienced saleslady tot millinery department. Splendid position open for right party. Apply to Miss Barjion, Rcnlllck's Millinery Parlors. t£ WELL BORERS $* 4* * * BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU * * 4 J. CURXOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield Tl. P. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. , tf When you want rellahle help of any kind at no coat to ybu call us up. We ilao supply Chinese 4 and Japanonu help. Phone 313. 1219 19th St 4 A * If* CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY Bright Play Much Enjoyed \ \ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern^Lodg* No. 76 f meets every Wednesday evening at S o'clock in I. O, O. F, Hall. A cordial invitation to visiting Knighta. DEGREE OF'HONOR WANTED—A good canvasser for quick selling article. No peddling. Money evory day. Address B., Cal- ifornfan. MISS HAZE/, WILBUR, teacher of piano. Terms reasonable. Res. 1824 22nd street. Phone Main 1490. tf FOB BALE—iflI80ELLANEOCT H. LOViObAND has just received a car of fine northern potatoes. Why eat poor potatoes when you can get good ones. Ask your grocer for northern potatoes if you want something real good. FOR SALE— Plenty of George's cling peaches left. Order at once. Geo. W. Wear. Shady Grove Ranch, telephone Farmers 7x2. 61 WANTED—A man and wife; he a good teamster, she to do house work; good waged; apply at once Mrs. Albert Gordon, Marlcopa. 52 SALE — Hauer honey vinegar, guaranteed pure under pure food act. Don't bite on the word pure on an article of food when not guaranteed, there is ilable to he a hook in it. Phone Main 70S, Kern, Main 801. 60 WANTED—Girl for general house 'CITY FRUIT MARKET—Telephone work, 1705 0 street; phone Main | Main 1228; ail kinds of fruit. Send 1323. ' tf i in vour orders for fruit to put up. tf VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78. D of H. —Meets first and third, Fridays In 'each month at A. O. IT. W. hall at S p. m. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs, Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. WANTED—Good, gentle driving horse BOILERS FOR SALE—One 2Z h. p. weighing 1100 "or 1200 pounds. Must boiler in A No. 1 shape, $175: one be safe and reliable for woman to 25 h. p. boiler, first class shape, ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, •$• *• Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Flc«- *• al Designs. Orders promptly fllted *• Corner Sixth St. and Chester 'Ph*ne, Main 745 * »£+•£*•}•*£+*£* Business Tlu j B.'ito-rsfleld Opera Hous*.- was filled last night, and the Iarg<* audit-net' got full value for the mom\v it _ paid to S*H» the Askln-Singer Compii- ' ny in "The Time, The .Place, ami Tht> Girl." The comedy is full of go. the lines ;ire witty and the slang 1 of "Happy" Johnny Hicks, the gambler, was now enough to provoke a laugh with each expression. The SOURS w^re catchy and the rendition good while the bevy of girls were youni; enough and pretty enough to suit even the bald headed row. The play was an auspicious beginning, and it is such aggregations that will do imich to popularize the theater. Texas Sunday. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A, 0. U. \AC —Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. m., A. O. U. \V. Hali, No. 162« Nineteenth street. Visiting men> bers cordially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. W, Curtzwller, Recorder. IMPROVED 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 drive. Address, S, Bin 4. $100. O. S. Hickey. 1520 21st st WANTED—MALE HELP. HIGHEST CASH PAID for old rags, •••• I sacks, bottles, iron, brass and cop- JOBS GOING \T PRES- j pe r ( hides and wool. Junk Yard, Electricity, plumbing, brick-j Twenty-second and M streets, tf ENT- laying, taught in few months; tui tion back after two months; advanced students paid wa?es. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and • Contracting Company, 120-126 Bast 9th, Los Angeles. tf I FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m., in K. of P. hall, in Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R. G. Libby, Treasurer. I WANT YOUR MONEY—You want, a pretty home and need it. Here is, one Jltst the thing tor a railroad' man. Near the Santa Fe; 5'room modern cottage, stable, lawn, shade, etc., on large lot; it's a "dandy" for only $2600. R. A. Moore, tile Real Estate Man, room 11, Hopkins building. 49 LO/iT AND FOUND DURING BALANCE OF THIS MONTH ana until Oct. loth, we will offer exceptional bargains throughout our entire line. If you are In the market for a watch, Diamond, jewelry, clock, musical instrument, gun pistol, suit case, trunk, or any of the numerous articles we carry large stocks of, call and let us show you what bargains we have to offer. A present to every lady purchaser next ten days. Loan fr fr bmh bmh bmh bmhbm William H. Stanton Jewelry Company, 1404 140$ Wb St., Bakera- tf S. L. MACK, Cashier 8. W. Wlblo, President J. J. MACK, Vice President G. J. PLANZ, Asst. Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Dlrecfcw*-S. W. Wlble, S. L. Mack, J. J, Mack, J. M. Keith, L. Guggenhime. General Banking, Domestic ^Foreign Exchange. Letters of Cre-Ut. The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the beueat ofr their experience or observation to all ppersons desiring Information on matters ot business. Conner Me Don a Cashier VALLE KERN BANK The four-art play of American I'ronUev llt'e, entitUM "Texas." by J. Mauldln Felgl, \vho.-:e thorough know- ledg of e'h plains U a birthright, will he presented av he Bakersftuld Opera on Sunday evening. It U flea charming play of western life, unusually pU.-turesque and as romantic as any costume play ever presented. It tells of the love and trials of the i^ople of the plains in a captivating^ id realistic manner. The play ivfclfi'irnes exciting as western irc l " y ***)t to be with its cowboys, Mexicans and "gun-men" but it also has its moments-of happiness, when all is laughter, sunshine and joy. The drama presents a picture of a life that is fast passing I away with inroads of civilization and future generations will only know it through the drawings of Frederick Remington and novels like those of Hamiin Garland and plays like "Texas." '''The Man of the Hour." Felix Haney, who has made a hit wherever he has been seen in his new role of Alderman "Jim" Phelan in "The Man of the Hour," is a Philadelphian when he is not an actor. He and other members of his family have resided In the Quaker City for many years, and some of the members have beeu both active aad conspicuous In. the turgid politics which mark the civic progress of Pennsylvania's metropolis. 41 The Man of the Hour" will be seen at the Bakerafteld Opera House noxt Tuesday. PATENTS KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wednesday night at 8 p. IB. Visiting companions cordially in\iited. E. M, FRIANT, H. P. ORDER OF OWLS—BaKersBeld 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 BAKEESFIELD SANATORIUM 2206 K Street Phone Main 414 FOUND—An iron gray horse wearing nosebag and had rope around neck j when last seen. Owner may ( have _ the animal by enquiring for 'C, E.' Smith, Exchange Stables. 47 MISCELLANEOUS ~ FREE STONE AND CLING PEACHES may be had at the cannery for the next ten days at IVi to 2 cents per pound. FOR SALE—Classy colt. 2Vs years old; broke single or double; gentle and a vry speedy traveler; Richmond Chief stock; between 1100 and 1200 pounds now. Will be at this office Friday, Sept. 25th, from 1 to 5 o'clock Price $125. 48 50 I i FOR SALE—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avenue or phone Main 875. Mm. G. H. Taylor. THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT office. Help of all kinds furnished. Women especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main 637. H. H. Wilson. tf DR J. L, CARSON Resumes practice In Bakersfleld. Offices 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank building. Hours dally. Telephone Main 66. Residence, Mala 43; Southern Hotel. ROUGH DRY Give trial. Did You Know Wo will call for your family washing, wash and iron all shoots, towels, slips. oonntci'p.-uit'S, oic. staivh all phves that require starching and r.Muni to you lor tutly (J cents JHT pound? It' you aro in a hurry to.lo.phom> us to tall Friday and have thorn returned ovouing. PATENTS— Hazara A Strausa. Angelea. Patent t't i \OUll MATTRESSES are not too old to bo mad? over. You spend a third of your life In bed, so have thero made o\vr by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Q stm?t. Korn. Upholstering In all branches, carpet , etc. Tei^hoce Mala 39S. tf LUM ROY J. BROWNE IN LOCAL LUMBER BUSINESS Ro . TO h us a Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. * t w- . I . l CITIZENS LAUNDR? ;i r. M. M * i •To (0 I ! \ - T >n 0:i IT ts iho our J) ATTRACTING GENERAL u*i work Hint is done iuji' niui Olivmint: <•-!;.» Oir 1 <• leaning of IM-M clothing is a Ioii£ needed v. ;.nl. and A\V arc liliinir it to p<*rf*v ; <»n', Whon wo ('lo;m and pross a SIM o!' clothing th.'ii only costs a small sum you havo a now out/it for llio season. It is had for iho clothier, but good for tho wearer. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobae.n, Proprietor. Works, 120-133 20th St Phone Mala 168 pfflcft, 1519 19th St, Phone Mala 175 ATTENTION o > i i t! i .•. ' ]• obtain- an them your next announce *! to the him- ied With j-umbet* company nssorteil for all ma- thau can place. If • delivery. • ; ure any ivor them nr titade, order, on 27 DR. R. B. REES PhyilcUn and Surgeon. Rooms » and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DR. FRED J. CREASE PhytJolan ami Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Cheater ave. t and 19th st.; rooms 13 and 14, Bakerafleld. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 te 4; 7 to 8 p.m. "" ' '•"•• "*^> I-HHI- • I .. !••• I^ BII . T. W. HELM, M, D, Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal, Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. • ' * •"• • •* ' .1 • in in 11^1 i • DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Offlee hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Main 210. Rooms 207, 208 and 215, Producers Bank building, '" ' •!'P •*!•!••—••••^••^•^••^••••^^^•^^^fc^^^^ DR. A. P. SCHAPER Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exelwnpe building:. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. ^P^^^^^^^^^^^^BHH^^^H^^ri^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^P^^^^^Bl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^P^I DR, F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon, Office, rooms yns and 306, Producers Rank building. Ofnce hours from 11 to 12 a. in., and 3 to 5 p. in. Tele- phono Main ftrtS. Res. Main »H2. HAVE YOUR HOUSE Ci^K Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering in all of its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell, 306 K st; telephone Main 398. tf SALE—Aoout 1UO ions of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars eaq/uire at the Dave Hirahfeld. tf FOR BALE—REAL ESTATE FOB BENT FOR RENT—Three room house. Inquire at 1521 F street. 49 PASTURAGE—Two mttes trom town. for horsea or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. U FOR SAt*E or will tent at reasonable terras, ranch of 20 acres, 2% miles out on Union ave. Tyrer. Enquire of John 50 FOR RENT—Two newly furnished rooms for gentlemea. Call at 807 M street, Kern/ 60 CLEANING AND DYEING ELECTRIC AND FRENCH CLEAN- Ing and pressing Works, 1913 K at, Phone Main 435; suits cleaned and pressed, $1.50. Prompt service. Suits called for and delivered. Oberlander & Oberlander, props. HARNESS OIL HARNESS OIL— for harness, carriages, buggies, .etc. W. H. Wlckham's Improved Water Proof Oil Js tho host. For sale by W. Moyle, 1713 Chester ave. Phone Mum U' HOUSE CONTRACTOR MAKE YOUR RENT PAY FOR VOT'U home. Modem up-t(»-d»r*» ootra^os, $1200 and up; easy K'fins; monthly paynionts. Plans aii'i o,-rimm--s f'ur- nlslHMl. A. R. Morgan, !"»:* I. street, Bakersfloltl. IMion- 1 Main 7'ni. TALK IT OVER, figure it out, dream about it—then come and see me. Here is the problem, f have one quarter block I will build four pretty cottages on it and sell the whole thing to you for $6600, $2600 cash t balance monthly, I will find you a tenant for each house at $20 per month. That means $960 per year. Ten per cent on your investment means $660 per year. $100 wili pay taxes and insurance, which will leave 10 per cent on your investment and $£00 extra as a present for your wife. Do you want it? R. A. Moore, the Real Estate Man, room 11 Hopkins building. 49 LISTEN—Do you want to make some easy money 9 If you have $2500 or $3000 cash, I can show you wh^re to invest to make a profit that will satisfy you—unless you are a "h-os;." Come aad let me show you. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building, Phom; main 433. 48 _ . - - . --_.-" ^-. ._ . I. i mi i . ' — ; '!•• •" i |j FOR SALE—Cash income; alfalfa, dairy and fruit ranch, near baton, Fresno County, Cai. 140 aeree; B acres alfalfa, 2^ peaches, 66 cows, 6 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 EMPLOYMNT AGENCIES JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, P&stau- rants, housework. ou-. Ranch handy and laborers furnished on sshort notice, day or contract, A. S. Takay- aina. 2Hm L st. JMiono Main 1074. FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD UELIAfll.E HELP—Rinji up Main 21 S, Buclioyo Employment Agency, C, C- Soribnor & Co., pro* primers. The bosi of male anU fe- mule help ou th»? ^ possible notice. V2;tt T.'th streot, Waiters Hotel, Bakersfield. C:il. Offic DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon niKl Private TTospltnl. rooms WINTKUri ixtio K s and M-CI snl.l PM f i.. a 11 a! nttonMon to N:»S(> and Tlirca'. I" a. i Main to U 1' ;. i nf Kye, • hours Phono immcKs, SLMP.SON .H" Alain i;M; haiut iMViiin;: llOUSt^S \\\\ CO,, c.isv ! :-\\i\ '- Utt'ltsHs, I!* ' , M A ATTORNEYS ON spi-ciaUy. All \u*r i). Kini^. Adiii'i»ss \ ' ToU'pliOUf Mali: aad . tf -I feAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU—When you want rolinble lieSp of any l<iii ( i a f n>) i-o^r to yuu cti}] us ii!>. \\V also <nn;dy Chinese an,! .lapiuiese hnlp. 12ji) 19th street. Phone 313. tf work LESSER HIRSHFELO Heal Estate nn«1 Fi 5, Couklia Insuraace. Room Chester Ava E. H. LOVELAND Kooi Ing. E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Uaw , Bank of H; t l;er*ifloM build- phone Muiu I and GEO, PLOUENOY Attorn«y-at»Law Cotary Public. Office, Stoner * building, corner Chester avenue and Wholesale Produce Merchant *l7th street. Telephone Main 67. Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, ** —— Kggs, and all farm product*), 4* TH08. SCOTT i IATKAU FKENTH LAT'NDHY— them up uud I;MV»' your suits or spnni;o'l y, l.^i'os, UIPP Kverything ilone hy (\ French expert. o!2 18th Kt. Phono Maiu KUI5. tf W. W. KELLY. Real Estate antf insurance Room -i. \i\\ stairs, e^rnor Nineteenth Street and Cheater Avenue Phqne Main 1-49. Attorney and Counselor at Law ^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^.^^^ Office OTW UM Bank ot BdwrrtUld •JEW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's store. Fourteenth street and Chester avenue- A gen eral line ot household furnishings always at bend. And at pricet smaller than elsewhere in Bakers* field. Phone Mala — '— — — •—• •• • -^^« i ^^"--"^^^^^ip"^""» Patents Procured In all Countrlei. Infringement Lltioatlon. TOWNSEND, LYON, BAOELEY 604-7 Merchants' Trutt Bldg Lot Angolfi, CaL <> *j I I; 1] t. 1 4 ' I I ^ C t £ '

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