The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1908 · Page 5
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GOLD. BRACELETS If you have n friend whom yon want to remember with ft littli- <rift (it SOUK' kmd a u'old bracelet is nlways n most acceptable gift. Our bracelets Jin- the latest stylos ami our assortment is very large. We're always pleased to show yon what we have. American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street DELONEQHA HOT SPRINGS. -fit Most remarkable mineral springs In California. An aosoiuie cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-five miles from BaKersfleld In •Itrra Nevada Mountains. Fine sum mer climate. Good accommodations. Terms reasonable. Stage leaves Bak- •rsfleld Thursday mornings between B and 9 o'clock from Arlington and Occidental hotels, and from Metropole In Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- BTMB, BARBEAU & ROQUETTE. a Proprietors ! Kern City i- NOTES AND PERSONALS. DID YOUR HOUSE BURN UST NIGH1? If it had, would your loss have been total? Better see about an insurance on your house or furniture right now. Let ns write your policy; we have the best companies. Bakersfield Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mgr, Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checKing account with the First National Bank has BO many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs It rein have not already such an account with us we Bh«l! be pleased to have you open one and test it Iw yoxirself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. WELL MANAGED AND DIRECTED. The First Bank of Kern is a strong and obliging banking institution. It is managed and direeted by men of business ability and long practical experience in tinnneial affairs. Accounts, subject to cheek, invited. Capital, $50,000.00. Capital $50,000,00. C. J. Plan*, President. Arthur 8. Cutea, Cashier. Mr. and .Mrs. James Cm-run informally entertained a few friends Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I/. E. ClicnowMh of Sacramento, who have been their guests for the past week. The case of batfrry against. Cleo Hitman was dlsmised thi morning by Judge Marlon. Mrs. Thomas Humphrey began building on the site where her cottage recently burned down, the work on the foundation being begun today. Miss Verna McCullum spent Saturday and Sunday in Lemoore visiting relatives, returning last evening. Paul Mlchener has returned from Sparks, Nevada, where he has been working for the past few months. Qeo. Leitz of Maricopa was In town yesterday. Chas. Fowler has returned from a several months' visit In New Jersey Will S. Wartell of the Houuer Packing Company, Los Angeles, was In town today. MSB Dora Lewis of Fresno Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKewen for a few days. Mrs. D. 8. Coverdale and daughter Florence, of Delano, are visiting friends In Kern. W. E. Sullivan, who is acting as special officer and claim agent in the absence of O. J. Meade, went to Tulare this morning. E. C. Epman returned this morning from Los Angeles, where he speni Saturday and Sunday with his wife. Chief Clerk Chas. Green has return ed from a ten days' vacation. Dispatcher Bullock left on the noon j train today for Ix>s Angeles. i The repairs on the McKittrlck hranch are expected to be complete! : in about two days and trains will be running regularly by that time. D. Rintoul returned Saturday from Los Angeles and Ventura. Master Mechanic Shelaberger went to Fresno this morning, E. E. Mines has been called east on account of the Illness of his fath- - er, and Mrs. Hlnes and baby will go to Oakland to stay until he returns. Harry Miller returned this morning from a visit in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mrs. B. J. Fletcher has returned home after spending the past two or ! three weeks visiting relatives In Orange. ; Mrs. George Hatchings has return: ed from a short visit in Tulare. ! The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. J H. Knar Is 111 with am attack of tonsil- itls. Dispatcher J. L. Hartsell and wife and Miss Henrietta Hicks returned i this morning from a few weeks' vis- It in Los Angeles. L. G. Pauly and son, I^eo, returned yesterday from a buslnes trip to Te- hachapl. I. O. Bachelder, formerly of Kern, but now of Los Angeles, passed through yesterday on his way to Tulare. Mrs. D. S. Weir »nd her mother, Mrs. Kitty Wells, have returned from a pleasant oinhip at Long Beach. A FINE PROGRAM PROMISED AT MORLEY'S I liere will I if- a eiuiii",e of program tonight at Moi-ley's 'hei'ter. The last show altract".-) much attention as the; picture:* wore excellent, especially these of tlie Olympic .same-;. Manager Para announces that he has another pood bill this week which he expects to make an equally big hit. He promises every number to be a feature. The Man of the Hour' Tuesday "Tlie Man of the Hour," the piny by George BroadhiUHl, which is lo be irtotl heie tomorrow night, in the Ha- ker.sfiel,] Opera House by V.'illiam A. Brady and Joseph R. lirisiner's special company, is unique in one respect. Tills Is thai every character in it Is des-oribable without tbe use of the character name. This would seem to indicate what lias all along been claimed for this good and unusual play—that the author drew bis types from the life around him. It is a political play and it holds Interest for all. Sound, true, recognizable American types will be seen in the Bakersfield Opera House tomorrow evening, the Mayor, the Idler, the Boss, the Alderman, the Fin icier, the Broker, the Secretary, the Easy Mark, the Heiress the Stenographer, and the Mother. 400 Increase in Registration The registration of the county, as now estimated by Deputy Bedell Smith, will exceed 6800, which will be an Increase of about 400 over that of two years ago. In 1906 there were 6429 names enrolled. The list as now made up contains 6774 names, and there are still books that have not been returned at Midway, Buttonwillow, Rosamond Activity in St. Francis Parish At St. Viands yesterday the fail sclu.-dule lit service went into effect. Th» 7:1". a. m. low mass was celt bra (ed h\ (};,. rector. Father Knind. •\' •' a. in. Children's mass was eel- ' ebrivicd by rather Puter Cauley oi | Erie, Penn. At this mass ninety- j eight hoys mid girls occupied their special seals, the St. Francis junior choir rendered the hymns during the mass ami a i the end the entire Sun-1 day school began rehearsals for the work of Die coming year. A chorus . .j. * 4. * * * * .5. .5. .5. * * .5. .j. .5. * E. H. LOVELAND * Wholesale Produce Merchant •{• Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, * Flc-es, and all farm products. + 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 Hear Bryan Speak Wouldn't you like to hear the Democratic candidate himself tell you just what his views are on the trusts, the tariff, labor and other ini]>ortant questions of the day? He does just that on the Victor Come in and hear him. Taft Records to arrive soon LI PHILIP W. n NlEDERAUK FURNITURE 1408-10 Nineteenth Street, Telephone Main 172. and McKittrlck. It is believed when these certificates are in that the grand total will be 400 greater than before. The record in the five supervisor districts are: 1906 1908 No. 1 780 813 No 2 565 505 No. 3 1G72 1G34 No. 4 725 1127 No. 5 2G87 2695 It will be observed that the heavy gain is In district No. 4, and is due to the Increase In population in West Side oil fields. The comparison of registration there between this and two years ago Is of Interest. 1906 1908 Asphalto 81 242 Maricopa 43 237 Midway — 68 « • » BORN LA1DLEY—In Bakersfield, September 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Laldley, a daughter. 4 • • DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. of one hundred children's voices will slug during tbe bazaar week. The Sisters of Mercy will In all probability be ready to assist in the Catechetical work beginning with next Sunday. The n a. m. high mass was sung by Rev. Father Leo Von Oarrse, who also delivered a forcible sermon on frequent communion. The speaker dwelt on the absolute necessity of man feeding the soul as well as the physical body. To attend one or two banquets at Our Lord's table in B year is only starving the soul. The sermon was given in a pleasing manner. Special Announcement*. Father Frund announced the "Holy Hour" for next Thursday evening as well as the special masses at St. Francis next Friday morning in honor of the League of the Sacred Heart and the first Friday. In the evening at 7:30 rosary and benediction was had with Father Frund celebrant, assisted by Father Leo. League of Sacred Heart. Immediately following the evening services the promoters of the League of ilv Sarred Heart held an interest- Ing n., t'ing under the leadership of Father L. .. whom Father Frund has appointed spiritual director of the league. A larse attendance will be had at the Holy Hour next Thursday evening as well a- at th.> frst Friday services. St. Francis Day. Next Sunday will be an important day for the members of St. Francis church. It will be the patron feast dny of the church and a solemn high mass with three priests will place at 11 a. m. The sermon will on the topic of the day, namely, the life of St. Francis. The music at the high mass yesterday was Buch as deserves special lineil .95 Hamilton's UNDER SOUTHERN HOTEL 200 CHESTER AVE. Phone Main 309. Neat Kerne \Ynist with fancy onihr..id< throughout with India silk, piped in litrlil blue. tun and cleain; all sixes Childrens coats in bear skin, lined throughout ; light blue, brown, tan. or iinvy; from 12 years to (i. years to (>. Price Fine all wool Panama cloth in 7 gored skirt with fold, trimmed with large button!: down front panel. We carry Millinery. HELP WANED In the alteration roon apply at once lors whit'" 1 . in. bias , QU NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that my wife Annie Castro, having left me without cause, I will not be responsible for debts contracted by her from thin date. E. P. CASTRO. Dated at Bakersfield, September 25, 1008. 3S 41fit!^ $110. (if, 41fiOa;, 41.;. Or, Bald Eacle Oil Company. Location of principal nlaee of business. San Francisco. California. Location 01 works. Bakersfield. Notice.—There are delinouent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment, levied on the 24th dav of Aueust. 1!108. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, aw follows: No. No. Name Cert. Shs. Ami. Miinrfce Si bersteln, W. F. Perkins and .Joseph M. Masten. "executors of (lie last will ami testament of N. K. Masten, deceased . . .112-'! H. Af. Blrdsall. trst 1 lSr> M. Bosh unknown Hurry W. Demine unknown Elizabeth Demtasr unknown Mrs. Fredericks unknown M. Elma Sinclair unknown Elizabeth R. Sinclair unknown !'. M. Rumrlll unknown J. H. Rurnrjl) unknown Maurice Sllbersteln. W. F. Perkins and Joseph M. Masten. executors of the last will and testament of N. K. Masten. deceased.; nknnwn ^^ ^ M Unknown owners _ r unknown 170 li.oo C. L. DouKhertv unknown , 5 , .50 And In acordance with law. and an order of the Board of Directors made on the 24th dav ef.August. 19(i8 so manv shares of eacn narc"l of.,such stock as may 1 rid at publli fio 1UO 12"> 5 106 65 M 100 . .OO 10.00 12.50 .50 ,, , , 10.00 0.50 f..oO 10.00 APPLICATION FOR ORDER TO SELL C. A. Newman, teaCHer of vlolta. Phone Main 501. Producers, Bank building, ' ti In the Superior Court, of the of California. In and for tbo Con Kern. ... State 'ountv of In the matter of the estate of Oeorte | K. Ober, deceased. ; W. A. McGinn, the administrator of i the estate of Georiro K. Ober. deceas--- ed. havine . nraylnc for an orde , f Georiro K. Ober. deceas--- filed his petition herein. an order of sale of all the «-•• ;i for the mention. Mrs. Chris Helbling, or ganlst and director, is to be compll mented upon the excellent work already accomplished by the large and energetic choir. Each member did splendid work yesterday, the special solo work of Mrs. Ollie Gotchett, Miss Alma Forker and Miss May Mouliot being excellent. Leonard's Mass In B flat was the mass rendered. Census t° Be Taken. Beginning today the census of St. Francis will be taken, and It is expected to prove of interest, since there are many new members who j have arrived since the last census, was taken. St. Clair Hospital. The good Sisters of Mercy at the St. Clair hospital are more than delighted with the reception thi-y have me I with thus far in (he community. Tbe hospital is and has been almost filled, so much HO that arrangements are being made to have more private rooms. The patients are all loud In their praise for the treatment received, which Is the general opinion of all who have the good fortune wlien 111 10 be under their kind care. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Hank of Bakersfield, at Bakersfield, in the State of California, at the close of business, September 23, 1908. piivnotes set forth in his petition It is therefore ordered bv the Judire of said Court that all persons Interested in the estate of said deceased, an- near before the said Superior Court on Mondav. the 2nd dav of November IfiOS. at 2 o'clock, in tne afternoon of , .,. b ., said dnv nl the court room of sii d tnUe • Superior Court. Deimrtmotit. No. 2 In i in i i I'le <--itv tlf lUUerstield. Counlv ol ••111 be i f<p r n state of California, lo show cause why an order should not be uranted to the SB id administrator to se 1 the whole of tbe real estate of jh>; said deceased at private sale- and that ., ~~,, v of this order be published at weeks in the Ba ; DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakers fie Id. i least four successive weeks in the Ba'• kersfleM CalWorninn. a, newspaper of i- ' eeneral circulation, printed and nub- 1 - • N CHv of BaKersflcld. i. State of dallforulft. I l'CVl ied""tn 'the County of Kerr Dated this f Judire of the Superior Court. Thomas Scott. Attorney for 3ilKC " ' ' " ' Bakersfield. Cal. PAYNE & SON Funeral Directors Embalmers Have removed to 1711 Nineteenth street, next to Producers Bank. Phone Answered Day or Night R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 BakertfleM 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 he ____ ic auction street necesKai-v. will be Ion. at the office of n 2. No. 120, Hush the Company, roo: ~ isco. caiiror ctober. 190S. or 12 o'clock. M, of Bpld da nav delinnuent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and ex'« -i,es of the sale. WILLIAM I..ANOE. JR.. Secretary. Oftlci-. room 2. No., 120 Bush street nnnn.v. room 2. No. izn MUSH San Francisco. California, on the 15th (lav of October. 190S. at the hour of 12 o'clock. M, of snld dav. to , . . San Francisco. Calitornia. and .$290,886.70 181.88 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured unsecured .............. U. S. Bonds to secure circulation ................ 00,000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds. 1,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc ..... 103,050.00 Banking house, furniture. and fixtures ........... 5,000.00 Due from National Hanks (not reserve agents) . . . 8,539.73 Duo from State Banks and Bankers ............... 14,640.50 Di:e from approved reserve agents ................. 146,348.93 Chocks and other cash 4,039.23 <Blae Puts for Blue People Something new in the line of a tonic laxatiee. Indicated in all cases of liver trouble; will remedy habitual constipation. Yon will have to try them to know how nood they are. line a l>ox. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th 4. I fttt. 385.00 7.75 items Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents Specie $75,309.20 Ixjgal-tender notes 180.00 75,489.20 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5% of circulation 2,500.00 Total $702,068.92 INABILITIES Capital stock paid In 100,000.00 Surplus fund 25,000.00 Undivided profits, lens expenses and taxes paid • • 21,171.67 National Hank notes outstanding 46,160.00 Due to State Banks and Rankers 1,838.47 Due to trust companies and Havings banks :il,3SK. Individual deposits, subject to check -NW.GOO. Demand certificates of deposit 13,923.52 Certified checks 8C.25 'SOLI Examine the Goods You Buy! In making your selection, or (jotting prices on furniture, it, is always well to consider (nudity as well as price. Kximi'mo carefully the article you anticipate purchasini,' and see, how it is • made, the kind of material used in itn construction, etc., then compare the price. YOUR CREDIT IS ALWAYS GOOD AT Total $702,068.92 Stain of California, County of Kern, SB. F, E. I). Buss, Cashier of (lie above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true* to the best of my knowledge and liclief. E. D. BUSS, Cashier. Siihorlbed and sworn to in-fore rue IhU 2fith day r.f Sepiember. 1!H)8. K. W. ROBINSON, Notary Public. Correct—Attest H. A. .1ASTEO, F. M. WOUTHINOTON, I C. BROWEIR, 1 9-26 Blrectors. MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission !0c 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. "The Mesmerlser" "The Wages of Sin" (Special) "Heard Over the Phone." "Cabby's Wife" "Music vs. Pottry," "Dynamite Duei" SONGS— "Honcr Yer Right." "If I Had a Thousand Llvee" Bright, I loves Entire change of |'ro»T;un Momliiy Mutiiiee Siiturday and Sunday. and Thursday nights.

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