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A NEW 'JO IT OF PAINT— cosilira, :;'vY, $2.50 MI Inn:! 1 '" Now is lint time .,, i OM Mission Paint. '•.i-l'tire tlie ruin. A coat lie- tore December is worth 3 i'ii;its nl'terwurds. So paint v<-nr house now. Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main 08. Ooi Sohamblin . (Uht !-.i the I'nlon Sn'tinlay under the auspices of Mauro night Herre- ""COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. ', tlv: Pium; ron .., arm <nt uiidei vnr palms and drink a cooling, re freshing soda water and eat an let .•ream or Ire. Wo solicit wholesale trade, both in creams and candles Our phone number Is Main 133. 142* OLD E1LIABLE Painters iNYDER & JACKSON Painting in aU branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. • CARRIAGE PAINTINO SIGNS Phone Main 1138 1527 Wall 8t •akervfleld. Cal. ru's Club went the twenty rounds to a draw. The decision was well re- celved and tbe concensus of opinion was that Referee Herrera decided wisely. However, It seemed to be that Kut- chos had the shade in the general mix-up. McGovern was at least twelve pounds lighter than bis opponent and showed the more cleverness. These facts were carefully weighed by the referee, lie coming to the conclusion that a draw would be the proper decision. MrOovern had the best of the flght I for the first eight or nine rounds and 'then Mike began to wade In. He was tbp aggressor throughout but many of his upporcuts. left swings and vicious hay-makers went wild, the little dark-skinned fighter being too fast for dogged Mike. Toward the end of the battle- MrGovern was clearly hanging on. particularly so in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth rounds, but near the end of tbe round, no matter how much In distress he seemed to be, the namesake of Terrible Terry always had a comeback and while his blows did not seem to do any damage he had the utility, which "counied unfitly In his favor" Mike was tired, too, and it looked as though he should have end- 1 ed the fiRht in any round after the i fifteenth had he had the strength to i land a blow. In the clinches McGov- 1 em of course sot the worst of it, the 2' Greek hurting him with kidney Si punches principally. McGovern was C | fast and clever and could straighten 8 i Mike out of his famous crouch and to these facts he can thank his lucky stars that be got a draw. Kid Alexander won from Kid Mur- ..— Alexander could' do against either McGovern or Kutchos already has caused much argument. The little negro Is as wild as a March hare and will have to forget a lot of hit extra mollon? nnd fancy turns before being pitted against an expi.rienccd rlngster. He Is naturally high strung: but wastes a lot of needed energy by.j useless exertion. The lenst said about the Charlie Mtlrhell-KId Ross flght the better. In the flrtii pla.;c Kid Ross was not the Kid Ross the people came to see and in the .Vcond place Mitchell was In ••••••^^•^••^^•^^••^^^^^^••••[^^^^•^•^•^•^•^•••^•^•^•^•^•^•^••^^•••^^^^^^^^^^^••••••i^MBM^^" Small Ads Inserted in the Caiifornian I Convince You that Pubiicity Pays no condition to flght. After his mis-, erable showing In the first and second rounds he should have been kicked out of the ring Instead of allowing the farce to continue for eight rounds when It was finally stopped*. Herrera announced that the flght was stoppd because Mitchell quit. He undoubtedly did that. He was on the floor and the referee had counted four when the announcement was made. Mitchell let up a silly howl about being robbed but he was beaten and beaten good by a much lighter opponent. He should never be given another flght In BaUersfleld. Tbe atlndance was not large. The receipts were about $360, which was Bufflclnt to pay all expenses. The principals made but little. There were many Introductions and challenges before the main flght was called. Payne & Son now have an Invalid coach for ambulance work. 77 Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements FRATERNAL The Californian classifled advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week r' Five lines, three days , 25 ° WANTED FOR BALE—MISCELLANEOUS DEMOCRAT SPRINGS. Democrat Springs stage wHl leavt Arlington Hotel every Wednesday morning. Tbe baths are unexcelled 'or rheumatism and kidney troublv by any and all skin diseases. Tn« only hot mud baths In Kern Countr Hotel largest and best accomodatlous of any resort In Kern County. Fine camping grounds and planty o' shade. B B P O E No. 266—BaV.ersfleld Lodge 'NO 266 B P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Pel- lows' Hall, Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Cfaas. A. Lee, E. H.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. FRATERNAL ORDER EAGI.E8, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend. S. Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. WANTED—Experienced saleslady foi millinery department. Splendid position open for right party. Apply to Miss Barjlon, Redllck's Millinery Parlors. t[ WANTED^A good canvasser for quick selling article. No peddling. Money every day. Address B., Californian. E H UOVEbAND has lust received ' •£• >fr <• •> •'<• BAKERSPIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU * + When you \vant reliable help of •! •f any kind at no cost to you call made a K" otl showing, clearly out fighting his opponent, who was at least twenty pounds heavier. It was a rattling good fight, as the defeated scrapper was game and even though •> us up. We Jso supply Chinese 4 \, a <Uy punished, the word quick was MISS HAZEL WILBUR, teacher of piano. Terms reasonable. Res. 18L-1 22nd street. Phone Main 1490. tl KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern^Lodge No. 76, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. Hall. Rend the want ads. A cordial Knighta. Invitation to visiting 'a car of fine northern potatoes. eat poor potatoes when you can get good ones. Ask your grocer for northern potato'es If you want something real good. U 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 wages; apply at once Mrs. Albert Gordon, Marlcopa. 52 FOR SALE—Haner 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 liable to be a hook in It. Phone Main 908, Kern, Main 801. 60 WANTED—Girl work, 1323. for i-eneral house CITY FRUIT MARKET—Telephone 1705 0 street; phone Main! Main 1228; all kinds of fruit. Send 1|UO ^ tf! In vour orders tor fruit to put up. tf •* and Japnneso help. + Phone 313. 1219 19th St. 4 t not 'in'his make up. He could rally and twice in the seventh and eighth rounds things looked bad for the little negro lad, who was then tired. BLUE RIBBON LIVE STOCK SALE, TULARE, CAL. Wednesday evening—Horses. Thursday evening—Jersey cattle. Friday evening—Holsteln cattle. Saturday even'.ng—Hereford cattle. 46 A sprained ankle may he cured In about one-third the time usually required by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely, and giving it absolute est. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakers- eld; Kern Drug Co., Kern. • DEGREE OF HONOR VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78, D of H —Meets first and third Fridays in each month at A. O. U. W. hall at 8 p. m. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cahe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. WANTED-Second hand lumber. kind. Answer postofllce box 21... 51 WANTED—Good, gentle driving horse 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must I BOILERS FOR ---.„. boiler in A,No. 1 shape, $175; one 25 h. p. boiler, first class shape, $100. O. S. Hlckey. 1520 21st st. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. V* —Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. HaH, No. 1628 Nineteenth street Visiting members cordially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. "Trains for Business." Our office in the Galtes Building is now open, and we shall be glat to give any information about our courses that may be required. Se us in regard to a business training. We think we can Interest you. Term opens September 1st. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, ETC. A»k for catalogue H. R. LUFKIN, Prlnelpa APANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands and laborers furnished on short notice, day or contract. A. S. Takayama, 2100 L st. Phone Main 107-1. EMPLOYMNT AGENCIES 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 WANTED—MALE HELP. for old rags, sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets, tt NINETEEN"JOBS GOING vr PRES- DURING BALANCE OF THIS . . . .. . *.!__ l.«J _1* I « »>rt-k.il fTTTT »n*4 until tlfll 1 tit rl . TVP BNT— Electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, taught In few months; tuition Lack after two months; advanced students paid wages. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Company, 120-126 East 9th, Los Angeles. tf PATERNAL 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. FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agency, C. C. Scrlbner & Co., prr prietors. The be^t of male and fc male he'.p on the shortest possible notice. 1234 19th street, Walters Hotel, Bakersneld. Cal. tf BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BU RKATJ—When you want rellabl help of any kind at no cost to yo call us up. We also supply Chin ese and Japanese help. 1219 19t. street. Phone 313. tf S. L. MACK. Cashier J. J. MACK, Vice President. S. W. Wlble, President Q. J. PLANZ, Asst Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—S. W. Wlble, S. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. Guggenhime. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of Cre-Ut The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their MI- perleuce or observation to all ppersons desiring information on matters of business. C. L. Connor, President R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Lleber's Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed nesday night at 8 p. m. Visiting companions cordially inulted. E. M. FRLYNT. H. P. I WANT YOUR MONEY—You want a pretty home and need it. Here Is one just the thing for 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 the Real Estate Man, room 11, Hop'tlns build ing. ^ WANTED — A respectable woman good cook and thorough nousekeep er, would like work in family or hotel or out of town. Inquire fo "M. C." at Russ House. 51 ORDER OF OWLS—BaKersfleld 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. HARNESS OIL PHYSICIANS HARNESS OIL—for harness, carrlag-1 es, buggies, etc. W. H. Wickham's > Improved Water Proof Oil Is the best. For sale by W. Moyle, 1713 Chester ave. Phone Main 1291. BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 LOUT AND FOUND STRAYED—Small brown milch cow with ear mark. Parties knowing th whereabouts of the unlmal wil please telephone Main 170. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Goats; a bunch of 30 ewes a:\d kids, mostly Cassimer breed. Owner anxious to sell. Writ to G. L. Robertson, 123 So. Broa v.'>, l.o.s Angeles, Cal. 5 HOUSE CONTRACTOR MAKE YOUR RENT PAY FOR YOUR home. Modern up-to-date, cottages, $1200 and up; easy terms; monthly payments. Plans and estimates furnished. A. E. Morgan, 909 L street, Bakersfleld. Phone Main 706. MASON CONTRACTOR—Boiler work a specialty. All work guaranteed. B. D. King. Address 809 Baker st., Kern. Telephone Main 1294. 62 FOR SALiB—Classy colt. 2% 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. 4f ROUGH DRY Did You Know \V<> will cull (or your family washing, wnsh and iron all sheets, lowels, slips, ('tiiintei'puiH'S, otc. slaivh nil pii'oi's that require starching and return In you fur [only (j cents per pound? It' you are in a hurry tel [for us to call . Friday nioniiii" [and have Uietu iviurnrd Saturday Icvc'iiing. Give us a trial. SatisimHion-u.-iraatood. Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDKY. MATTRESSES are not too ol< to be made over. You spend a thlr< of your, life In bed, so have them made over by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Q street. Kern. Upholstering ani repairing In all branches, carpe cleaning, etc. Telephone Main 398. tf •*•> PAINT YOUR HOUSE House painting is my specialty. I use nothing but tna beat materials, guarantee my work and charge reasonable prices, I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor . 211'/ B ax Phcr.e Main 172. DR. J. L. CARSON esumes practice in Bakersfleld. Of- ces 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank uildlng. Hours dally. Telephone rtatn 66. Residence, Main 48; South- rn Hotel. DR. £. B. REE* Physician and 8urg«on. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DR. FRED J. GREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Jhester ave., and 19th st.; rooms 12 and 14, Batorsfleld. Office phone Haln 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phen Main 220; residence, Main 686. DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours; 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to nnd 7:30 p. m. Office and residence Main 210. Rooms 207, 208 and 215 Producers Bank building. MONTH and until Oct. 15th, will offer exceptional bargains throughout our entire line. It 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 sbow you what bargains we have to offer. A present to every lady purchaser next ten days. Loan fr fr hmh bmh bmh bmhbm William H. Stanton Jewelry Company, 1404 1406 I9th St., Bakers- fleld. H FOR SALE—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avenue or phone Main 875. Mra. G. H. Taylor. tf ?OR SALE—Aoout 1UO tons of flrst cutting alfalfa; suitable for cat.tle feed. For particular? enquire at the Dave Hirshfeld. tf FOR SALE—KBAL ESTATE 'REE STONE AND CLING PEACHES may be had at the cannery for the next ten days at 1% to 2 cents per pound. 50 'HE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT office. Help of all kinds furnished. Women 'especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main 637. H. H. Wilson. tf TALK IT OVER, figure it out, dream about it—then come and see me. Here is the problem. I have one quarter block I will build four pretty cottages on it and sell the whole thing to you for $0600. $2600 cash. balance monthly. I will find you a tenant for each liouse at $20 per mouth. That menus $900 per year. Ten per cent on your investment means $660 per year. $100 will pay taxes and Insurance, which will leave 10 per cent on your Investment and $200 extra as a present for your wife. Do you want it? ,R. A. Moore, the Real Estate Man, room 11 Hopkins building. 49 HAVE YOUR HOUSBJ Ci^EANED- 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 Bt; telephone Main 398. tf LISTEN—Do you want to tnuko dome easy money 9 If you have $2500 or $3000 cash, I can show you whore to invest to make a profit that will satisfy you—unless you are a "hog." Come and let me show you. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building, Phone main 433. 48 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room house. Inquire at 1521 F street. 49 FOR RENT—Three room house, 1011 I street, Kern. For particulars se« Mrs. Wiley, 1007 I street, Kern. BO FOR S ALB—Cash Income; alfalfa, dairy and fruit ranch, near La ton, Fresno County, Cal. a*0 acres; 50 acres alfalfa, 2% peaches, 56 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 PASTURAGE—1-wo mne» from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 185. tf FOR RENT—Two newly furnished rooms for gentlemen. Call at 807 M street, Kern. 50 DR. A. F. 80HAFER Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; -Sundays by appointments only. FOR RENT—S room house, No. 2631 M street $20 per month. Also 8 room house partly furnished. No. ::ifi G Htreet, Kern, $20. R. A. Moore Room 11, Hopkins building, phone Main 43:5. pl1 • - FOR EXCHANGE—For Kern county land, improved preferable, a beautiful home at Palmer, a suburb ot Los Angeles, only 10 miles out; this is an up to date home, electric car service within a few blocks. Write to G. L. Robertson, 12I5 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, CaR 54 BUY OR SE1.I.—See here If you wish to buy or sell Nonhc-rn Kern lands or rent samo for pasture, you should write the pjoneer agent at 121! So, Broadway, Los Angeles. G. L. Robertson. 51 ATTRACTING GENERAL is tlio perfect work Hint is done at our Dyointf uiui (Vailing eshi^- lisluiK'iit. Our r^anin^ of men's clothing is a l»ii'-t nci'ili'd want. and Are are fillin- it !» pert'-.-otioti. \Vlum we clean ;in.i priss a .suit of clothing Hint <»»'> ''" >ils a_ small svun you have a new outfit for the season. If is bad Tor the clothier, but good for the we'iiror. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Janebsan, Proprietor. Worfca, 129-133 20tU St. Phone Main 168 Offloa, 1619 19th St, Phone Main 176 ATTENTION LUMBER ROY J. BROWNE IN LOCAL LUMBER BUSINESS Hoy .1. Browne w'she.i to announce to his friends t'm; ho h:i» :<-' i.'ied to U;iUoi'sf!f>l(l an! i.~ ,-i'-r:iln i:i i': 1 lunl- b'jr business, beitiii assooi;!'" ' with I. H. Mnllett, In the t'nio'i Lumber v'o. It is the Intention of UK- ^impauy ;o lurry one o, the ln>st ;. sorted •itocks In the valley of lumln ,- :.>r nil kinds ot bulKlin.;. ris anil derrick ma- re-rial, etc., at pi-ices lower than can DR. F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 306, Producers Bank building. Office hours from 11 to 12 a. m., and " to 5 p. m. Telephone Main Gti2. Res. Main 612. DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office nnil Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2. S, 4. n and i'., Hopkins BulMlng. Special attention to diseases of Kye. Rar, Nose nnd Throat. O!hV.> Imnrs, in n . in. to 1. m.; i to ! p. i... P.inno Mill; 21 1 .'. CLEANING AND DYEING EfTRCTRIC AND FRF.NCH CLKAN'-' ing nnd pressing Works, !0l:i K St.. f Phone Main 435; suits cleaned and pressed, $1.50. Prompt, service. Suits ' called for and delivered. Oberlund- . er &. Oberlandor, props. I -•— - [ vor \von.n.\T BKUEVE MK—But R< ing. ATTORNEYS "E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law 2'.>, Bank of Bakev.-flold build- -lephone Main 240. FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD \VI~NTKRS, BRiniSICS, SIMPSON CO., 1SOO K street, phone Main i:',-l: nev,- Iliul second hand furniture bought iiud sold; lnuist s furnished on ensv installments: furniture rented monthly: speeia! Kranileware anil latch' M MN'iisiU. 'J."n', If Callforutan want ads. Best results. you will Relieve the follew that Is p.iyiiitf $ln per iiere rent for the Irnd, when lie tells you he has sold $u'i|i worth of alfalfa hay off of 5 acres, and now has another crop ready to cut. And I run sell you 40 acres of as good or better land all in alfalfa, for $7r, per acre, net- look it ftp. R. A. .Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. 51 FOR SALE—4u acres of good alfalfa pasture; also so acre ranch to rent, i" -!i lent a!. U. A. .Moor", room 11, Mop'-.lus biiiliilu;.'. 51 obtained from any other place. If jourteouB treatment, prompt I'ollvery, GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law -ui...v.w..« "- »~> i- — r - _-». ^m Xottiry Public. Office, Stoner ?ood material and low prices are any building, corner Chester avenue and Inducement, you should favor them 17th street. Telephone Main 67. with a good portion of your trad*. - TH08. 800T7 Give tiea your next order, on Attorney and Counselor at Law trial. n offlo* or«r tb« Bank of BaktnfleKl CIIATK.U' FHKNCT1 LAUNDRY—) Rinir them up nnd l;:ive your suits < clpniifd or spomjed wuhout fading. Also silks, laces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French expert. 1512 ISth at. Phone Main 1605. tt LESSER HIRSHFELD Real Estate nnd Fir"? Insurance. Room 5, Conklln building,! 926 Chester Ava i' W. W. KEILY~ Real Estate ani Insurance . 4, up stairs, corner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phone Main 149. Patents Procured In all Countries. Infringement AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's store. Fourteenth street and Chester avenue- A gen oral line ot household furnishings I ______„_ .-.^^''SVVwTTV always at hmd. And at prlcei, TOWN8BND, LYON, HACKLE* smaller than elsewhere In Bakers-1 604-7 Merchant* 1 TiHMt Bldfl Held. Phone Main 605. Uw Angel** CaJ.

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