The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 26, 1908
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DID YOUR HOUSE BURN U5T NIGHI? 11' it liiid, would your loss lliivc lieell total .' Metier see iiliiiut iin insurance on your house or furniture riirht now. Let' us write your policy; wo have tile best companies. Bakersf ield Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mar. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. Kern City The Amateurs To Give Dance SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA •• "The World's Most Beautiful Playground." More features in a few square miles than any other spot. The famous Big Trees. Scenic Mountains. Surf Bathing eu- perb. Largest and most magnificent Casino and Natatorlum. Climate without an equal. "NEVER A DULL MOMENT Spend September at— CASH.E CRAGS FARM Near Mount Shasta Comfortable log cabins equipped with bot and cold water and shower baths. Home cooking. Wonderful scenery. Fishing, hunting, riding. Rates $2.f,0 per day. American plan. Weekly and monthly discounts. For full information and reservation address, F. W. BERGMAN, Manager P. O, Dunsmulr, Calif. E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, Eggs, and all farm products. Pleased Public X'cvor before was Kaav's hall '. packed with MI enthusiastic :m and-] lence us at last niuhl's vaudeville per-! foimancc j;iven by the Kbrll Club. The I hall was Illleil tn its utmost, even ' standing room lieiny occupied. Tin- performance was a sncce.-s in every particular ami each number was heartily applaiide,! showing t!ie ap- pi'ocialivoncss of the audience. There was none of those waits or delays sen- f-rully characteristic of amatotir plays lint every thins went oft' smoothly and in perfect or.ler. The program opened with an overture by Mrs. \V. O. Davis am! received a liearty applause. Promptly at ^:15 the cttrtuln arose and Miss Oiiai Sollis and her chorus, consisting of l.orn Waldo, Christine Noriega. Hanoi Sarnow, Hazel llenson, Nellie MumUer,, V'era Waldo, made a decided hit In their songs, "You Must Think I'm Santti Clans," "I'lider the Tropical Moonlight" and "Maid From Nicobnr." In the latter little Miss Dorothy Davis and Louise Anderson as Japanese maidens, took the house completely. The song and dance by Miss May Blair and Miss Marguerite Murphy was very fine. They were forced hy the hearty applause to respond to an encore. MJss Maude nay during her recitation of "l.asea" held I ho audience spell bound by the thrilling way in which she delivered it. In the ilus- (rated song, Miss .Mollie Harris, who sang very sweetly, made a great .lit, which culled forth repeated applause. Miss Helen Campbell presented her original one act .-.kelrli in a most clever manner. Miss Kniinoline Smith and Hen Colin were unusually line in I their song and dance entitled "My | lirudda Sylvest." I The last number on the pro-.-rnni | a one act comedy sketch entitled "A Quiet Family provoked inuen | mirth and laughter by droll and ridiculous situations. After the performance a little impromptu dance was held after whicb tile crowd left (or their homes feel- Ing well pleased with the evening's performance. On the whole the attuir wag a very successful one, due to the untiring efforts ot Miss Helen Campbell, and too much credit cannot lie given her for the able manner in .which she coached the per- fup.MTs. especially the children, none ot whom mid ever appeared in anything of the kin.I betoiv. on October 1 The l.:i Ii,.? of K'-vn 'live. y o . <;•; [,. j O. T. A',, have ahou; i'om;.|,-te i tile j arrange.... ills fur their eiiterfiinnietii • and dance to lie given in K:;ai 'n hall! next Thursday ev.-nin«, October Ist.i and the ladies who, are well knu.\nl entertain.'!'-', promise a jilea'-ant evening to all who attend. Mrs. .Milan as chai;T,i,in of the aiY,;iu-onieut commit!' e. lifts he"ii iivl^f'i-.ic.iblo 1n her efforts to make t!;e affair a success ;:nd as the objtct. the obtaining of funds !invar is establishing n National I.. O. T. M. H..I;-.:". U a worthy one. no doubt she nil) stir« ei). Airs. I'.iuer also as captain of the guards, has liven an untiring worker and as she has the co-operation of the other ladies she has done wonders; the music committee has secured the very host music for the occasion. Kuehn's orchestra, and the lovers of tlancinj, can look forward to an evening of unalloyed pleasure. Last hut by no means least, the wants of the inner man have been looked after by Airs. Ferguson and her corps of able assistants. I NOTES AND PERSONALS. ! Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Boyce arrived from l.os Angeles this morning to spend a few days with the hitter's parents, Air. and Mrs. .lames Bernard. A1rs. Royce was formerly .Miss Correnah Bernard, The full Sun,lav i.os Angeles Kxani- iner will arrive on No. T tomorrow, J and .will IIP delivered early in the day. I .1. Haley has returned from a sixty! day vacation spent in Denver. On his! homeward journey lie met with quite] a painful accident, being thrown out [ of a baggage car. and is now wall;-i Ing* around on crutches. j ' "' Mrs. (i. W. 1'ivino returned home ; KERN IS OPTIMISTIC this afternoon after spending a few REGARDING MARYLAND.! days in Tulare with relatives. Hamilton's p H ° N E UNDER GRAND HOTEL MAIN 309 The New Style walking skirt in Navy, Black or Tan, All sizes, very neat(P /f JtA m /• «v/v/ in Panama cloth Gray mixed wool material seven r gored button front with four-in-hand. Come while ffO FT A 4KX3U we have them in all sizes. Price A full line of Trimmed Hats in FrOItl $3*50 Up all the new shapes and colors = deo. Clavelot is in town from Mc- Klttrick. .Mrs. B. Ypharguerro of C'aliente is in town for a few days. A. II. Butler. Jr. cam. In from Me- Kittrlek last night. .1. A. Bernard went to Los Angeles last night. T. L. Reed of Ret Hey is in town on business. Guy H. Salisbury of Coaling:! is a guest at. the Aletropole. I Dr. and Mrs. West left on No. 7, I this morning to attend the races in I Tulare. BAi/riMuui., Aid. sept. in;.—AI ter a stay of ii'-arl.v a week in Baltimore, during which he has carefully studied the political situation, John W. Kern, in a statement to the Associated 1'rei-s. said that ho regarded Alaryland as certainly Democratic as Indiana and that Indiana was without doubt as Democratic as Alabama. Kern will leave tonight for Indiana. CHARGED WITH BATTERY. TEA was a royal indulgence two hundred years ago. Tis yet. Your irrocer returns your money II 7011 don't lite Schilling » Br:,l: we iiar Inu* Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checKing account with the First National Bank baa BO many advantages that you will find it a ^reat aid in your financial affair*. If you >is Shu 1 ' '>e |i>iive ( | to Illive Vua open one and test it !'"•• yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Comer 19th atid H StrpfT* IN THE KERN CHURCHES ON THE SABBATH DAY. ! .1. F. Kennedy letunied vosterdav I .l"d~" Mai ion issued a wai i ant tins I from a visit In Los Angles." ' "'onung for the ,moM ,,i ('!,,, I'm| Special Officer O. .1. A!, ade, w ho ! !" a " '" ll "' - ' ! " :ir:<1 '" <)l! ' ">' w!l " St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Sunday school at in a. m. Evening service, at 7.3ii. Pilgrim's Congregational Church. Sunday school at 1n a. m.. Preaching at 11 a. m. Reorganization of Christian Kndeavor, \',:\~< p. m. ['reaching at 7::',i) p. m. All are cordially iiniied to attend. Krv. O. K, Thayer, pastor. --«•«-»-• A SMALL WRECK. The wrei'ker was called out yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock to pirl; up a wrecked engine and two cars at the east end of the fJoshen yards. has been ill with malarial fever for" 1 : <'l""'"'.l with battery on .lame. the past te,, days. e X p,.,-.-- to leave P 1 ''"" 1 ' 1 ' Cons'-ild- Stroblo wont out | tomorrow morning for Itodgers Hot ;'" ''"" n " M ~ <"' 1 •'>' l " " 1:lU<¥ " l " •"' 1 ' 1 ^• Springs. : •" • -*•—•- "-- I Mr. and Alls. E. ii. Williamson and EH! BILL! ! baby have moved 'into the B-n^on cot-1 A * !; "" ls f " r :l(1( " 1Hl! '- lml p> stands lane (iii King MIC.-; I' 1 "' hills, sumo of which ruv c.'.d as the Superintendent WorthhiL'i.m ,-,,, i i'i'ls. I'loa.-i ( all and j.ay oil the IHth iUcsident Kngii r Burkhai'.er visit..! lla >'. •''•- ' hn l ls wllilt " 1(> '" lfl|i of nll( ' s i i the scene ( ii' th,. \\-;,s:i'!'it '.,-'..!•!. ^ay. ()i:r iiiiinher is l!i".".. S<|iinrn I Mrs. .1, Hartcn and son 'i>a\.' in.iv...I .' "'•••'! (;r.<c,.ry. still alive. \Vc am iver from Bak,>rsliid I an I !ia\e ' .i;, n ' waltin:; to turn 'o your ledgi-r rag'! up their re.-,idi.nce : it :,i'-^ 1' sti-i.'i. 'and settle accoiMit.-: :il:e „ judge or a PAYNE & SON Funeral Directors Embalmers Have removed to 1711 Nineteenth street, next to Producers Bank. Phone Answered Day or Night * * -J + .j. * POLITICAL CARDS. * ^. * F(in SUPERVISOR. I herewith announce ray candidacy for rc-olectlon to the office or Supervisor of the F?-st Supervisorial OIu- trcit, subject to the decision of the Republican nominating convention. N. P. I'ETEHSBN. Airs. ,1. Aniinerman and | to Armoiia tins inorning t i a (i v e s. j Kimilleer Heal I" and •-•oil HeilK-rt i left tliis morning on a lu'.n'Mig ti'iii . 11 NOTICE, MASONS. All Masons are reijiiesied to meet at their hall Sunday afternoon at 1! o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, II. 1). AVhlttemorc. Hv order of the Master Mason. f!. (',. Tib), ells fit S:in. pruprietors. 42 NOTICE. I Notice is hereby •n that my wife , . Annie Castro, having left me without j tenhiy in' spt-nd Saturday a:'.'! Sunday cause, 1 will not be responsible- for' with his mother, Mrs. iJivon, and | didits conliacted by her from this! grand parents, Al: 1 . rnd Airs. A. \V. ' ,lnto. ~K. [', CASTIU). TEILHET & TAYLOR FOR Brussels Sprouts Peas Cauliflower Green Onion Lima Beans Celery String Beans Head Lettuce All kinds of fruits of season Belflower Apples, $1.50 per box 1423 19th Phone Main 401 II. .1. I!. (^0.'.ley went to Tu'ru oniini:. | i lieo. lirowil left on No. 1 .i-. ;: ! i~ aft- ; crnoon for l.os Angeles. Dated ;ii Ilakerstlcl.l, Se|itember L'.".. | ('.MIX. :;x i DELONF.UHA :-iO i oF-r.lNGS. I EYES made to order. Patients desiring artificial eyes made for them duplicating form and color; please consult me before October 1st, DR. FOWLSR, Room 6 Hopkins Building i DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONG CO. DRUQ STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakersfield. R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopklni Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakerifleld Most reniarliaTi'f n.tiiernl springs n California. An iinsoiiite cure for RHEUMATISM HORSE SINKS IN MUD; BLOCK AND TACKLE USED. —— i Forty-five, miles from nauersflelil In Yesterday afternoon ' one of the] Jltrra Nevada Mountains. Ktn« «um horses of a double team !>e!nti!,'inK to ji er climate. Ciootl ncconimodatlonn. j : Ardixici & Olcese met with an acci- Perms reasonable. Stage leaves Bak-! j dent Hob McDonald, the driver, at- (rsfleld Thursday mornings between j I tempted to i-ress a mud puddle at At .' \ and f) o'clock iron) Arlington am! J and I'nion avenue, and in MI doing ! 3coldeutal hotels, and from Metropole , ' tlie horse sank into the nni.l almost I up to its back. Help was imineilinte- | ly seiit fyr and liy means of » Idork land taekle the animal was pulled out ' of iln> mud. _n Kcru. HpturnH Tuesdays. Ad- I tress--, HARUEAU&KOQUETTK. ! f Proprlntnra i NEW ENTERPRISE, l WELL MANAGED AND DIRECTED. The First Bank of Kern is u stroni; iiini oliiieitiL; 1 tmiikiiiit iiistitiitiiin. It i\ niatiiieed and directed hy inen <>{ 1ms- iitess ability iiti'! l"ti!j prat'- liciil expel'ii'tlee in tinaiiciiil a (Tail's. Accounts, stili.jci-t id check. invited. C.'ilpilill, .$."(! l.t It H>.t Ml. Capital $50,000.00. C. J. Plant, President. Arthur 8. V,.tes, Cashier. Hear Bryan Speak Wouldn't you like to hear the Democratic candidate himself tell you just what hi.s views are on the, trusts, the tariff, labor and other important questions of the day? lie does just that on the Victor Conic in and hoar him, . Taft Records to arrive soon |l PHILIP W. o NlEDERAUK FURNITU BE 1408-10 Nineteenth Street. Telephone Main 173. Dr. Long (!Ionio«-pa'h i P'"^iciiin and Surgeon, fe'icctrical and X Itay tiV'ftnient. I'iuaie .Main 111; Hopkins Imildlng. tt COFFEE Al the store, 711 I street. Kern, Ii iiefc (o Inform the public of Kern mid | > in-rounding country that 1 have add-j i-d to niy business a pood line of: men's dress and working shoes, eordu- j my suits, khaki pants, and ii nice line : of the Continental Jewelry Company's ; Plio-ir* (f\r tliMtc tViat i'Cleveland, Ohio) jewelry, ((insisting Cncap lor tnosc tnai . Mf r|nRB f(n , la(1108 an(] K ,. ntUinu . Ili i iv/Mi'f mir f<ir crnrul- '->rhif- sf«rf and breast pins, belt, buckles/ wont pay lor gooci, semi rn|T , ini] ( , o]1|ir , )UttonBi B1Id wi]I „,.„, to introduce these goods this week at ' manufacturer's price. Your patronage j solicited. Clar's Store, 711 I street, j Kern. . ling's Best for those who won't have poor. Your grocer rcturnt your nitney it icu don't Uk« It; wd pay I.I.K MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission 10c No Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Fighting the Flames" "Marathon Race" "The Stadium Sports' 1 "The Oylmpian Games" "A Lonely Gentleman" "A Troublesome Carbuncle' "In the Days of the Pilgrims" "How Simpkins Discovered the North Pole." SONGS"Taffy" "Pride of the Prairie" Kntire eliiniL'c <»f Program Monday and Thursday nights. A surprUv for our patrons every week. Matinee Saturday and Siiudfiv. Callforulau want ads fortr.e renultn ; IMQUALED Attractions at Del Monte (The Ideal Vacation Place) Golf, Tennis, Polo. Motoring, Kiding, 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 3 p, m. Write for Reservations to H. R. WARNER, Mg'r. BAKERSFIELD OPEIUHOI1SE Ufll\l»llwl IL.ft.LI KOBT. d. BAtTON. M«n«arr Coolest Place in Toiun Sunday, September 27th The First Time Here of the Romantic Comedy Drama By J. MAULDIN FEIOH. iiiely Stairi-d and Clayed by the Original &e\v York Co. Prices 25c, 50c, 75.c and $1 SEATS NOW ON SALE.

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