The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 28, 1908
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THE BAEERSPIELD CALIFOBMAN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908 * < • * • - f * r • * r ri * 1 * • * '***, t I 1 ,: : rhiirLiM >, AGENT tr McFCiMriok i . :;•;..• m - ' I ri • L 4 * ••..It* - ' 1 t I * * * • • - • ••*•"*• - • •• • c<inttty ft') will in (in- n :ir\ tor thn Klasol to put a number Ms nf local own* >!*•'. Thark*»ry IMS! \vocU and • •.I with I'Lmi 'i'. Shot. ,- Nir:i'I"s Kissi-1 man, for Tin' new auto iff, ''•'wit, outsiilM n»f i: : - . •• 1 lii'i f Satur<!,7\ i ;iu< i an all ;ir"f»> ,1. fii« smith in ;i nt'W Kissel ,\ I'.!/- rmssinij the mountains f \\ilb ,i little trouble. Hit. /,.v i: up ;U a pretty good clip, the j ( L' /jj;»i-hine <1 tshe-l into a ohurk hole did no ilamaKO other than jar li^ht loose, which loss was not nvereil until they hail proreMod n the toad five or MX rntlcrt. The•oh for tin* shitier took up a half or wo of their time, Al. who was 'he wfieei. lost his bffM'inffH oom- '• t,, -•.<• ,, •*•) i »p*t,'-i i ot comini; cite Tnwn ranch he found .". . ••-, ':>'inn. The •i* iiJinJij.v, but not bad and '••Mfiod his southern office no i 'i- .rood a time as any for Kissel to atti-mpt. lo retrieve the , to Uakersfiflil record. - _ • • ' 1 . « L I 1 • H I ^, A_ >'* .*'-' H 4 F A I Boys Suit Men's Fall Sale TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86. KODAKS:- Baer's 1 lie two wtrds ;ttv SVMOMV- 4 t Minus 1.1 l?;il-;crs!i.-M, Think Ol' llw IH'i'd (>!' ;| Krujilk Jllid you will think of "Baers". It docsn'l ri»si iinu-h to be u oKrjji^rr if you )>ny your outfit ol u-i. \Vritc for complete price list. •lust another lot of those same Boys' Suits we sold so many of V last week. $'5.00 and $0.00 suits, you know. They're here and the i price continues 'till the lot is gone. Everyone of these boys' suits is perfection in style, makeup and correctness. The stamp of Redlick Satisfaction on every one; you know when we say right, they're right, that's all. MM * 1 he price New Fall Suits $15.00 This is a Fall Suit Salt* where the savings are not on paper. They are in substantial dollars. ere are 75 suits in this offering: contract- Underwear en tor la arch under very tavorable uru an ru made rms u The men's full fall lines are e in stock; as to completeness never before have we shown as varied a line of undergarments for men. The most critical can select from this monster stock, embracing o e ton notch o in orinir ahncs are fine lines from best American orsteds and l-assimeres •olors rowns a 'or evcrv mixtures naunns grey ans, ;es s not often, nn opportunity is—not a suit value in this lo alls elow nnu o *s up to you to see them; no trouble to w them, we assure you; less to iem e price manufacturers and the imported French Silk and Wool Garments, known for their supreme fineness the world over. Every garment perfect fitting and everlastingly right. The price, garment, SOc to $3.50 Free Oil Field Delivery The Redlick HOME OF THE KODAK CORRESPONDENT SAYS THAT SENTIMENT IS ALL "BRYAN." 1-Miror C:ili:'ornian -- V-i ;i Leading Druggists. i nto roniiict, jinil h;iv<> a i"' 1 ' ;ir iT.-sbin v.iih ilit- t'.'Mll Scllil- t'lOpH 1 »M llli- s. and 1 v. ,<u: to say ih.ii tin- Mit is almost Kt«neral in fnvor '»'.' Uv\;iu. Ouc ami all say tlu- d\it- l>n»iik of Llooscvclt has uaiiu-il vot^-s tor tin* I)*>inorr;itio noiuint'c. I want to ooni|.|iiu,.nt the- CaHfor- i«>;tn nu UK- at>lo tight it is making for tin- IIO|KI!:II' cause. Its cditoriaLs arc (iir '"' r ; 'fi'J to tfi" point, ami its ncw.s s rontains information that cannot ).* obtaint'ij from any of the other p;i]»"i-s It oushl to hr in tin- han-ls of .'v.-iy suiiporicr of Bryan in the county ll.'H|MM.M fully, KRKlV HENDERSON. News Tehachapi Talented Stock Company to Play a Season at Union WE LEAD THE PROCESSION Kern «' (ioteheft. will tflve bin weekly Jim! dance as usual on Thursday at the Ansooiatod Hall in the River field. Children lOc 53 n it comes to supplying the very fiiiiiHt hHrnoNN ai the lowest! possible prieo. Jlow f«r ahead we are o«Jy n personal visit will rrwil to yo«. roino and see our *U",:k and make eoini>arisons. Judged eihte.r irotu a quality or standpoint youII be eom- I to admit iha! this aiirtuinly leads in real value B. HERRINGTOF 1617 19th St. THE UNION HORSESHOEING SHOP Has Moved to the Union Stables Corner 21st and K Sts. From the Tomahawk.) Worli on the cement plant, at Aque duct Is progressing raphlly and the force of laborers and mechanics is continually being increased, The aerial tramway, which will carry the clay from its home In the lake bed to the kilns at t*;«- <f.neta plant, will be ready for Its work by Monday next. A grading crew of sixty men au.l twenty four-mule scraper teams arrived this week and broke ground Wednesday for the railroad that will assist in transporting the limestone from the quarry to the cement plant. The railroad, which will be four miles in length, will connect with an aerial tramway that will carry the rock down the mountain side. To obviate any danger trom collisions a subterranean crossing Is to be constructed where the railroad crosses the Southern Pacific tracks. Some Fine Grapes. It any one should ask you about nmachapl grapes you may very truthfully answer that 'Tehachapi Krapca cannot bo excelled In California for flavor," and all that is necessary to prove the assertion is to. hand tho doubter a bunch of the product—Mission. Muscat or Black Ham- mrg-from the Henry Wiggins ranch three miles west of Tehachapi Before October has fairly begun, Gonevleve Cunnlgham and her talent- stock company will be installed in the Union Theater for a season of high class plays at popular prices. Miss Cunningham has been In town lor several days past prefectlng arrangements for the stay of her company here. She has leased the Union From the Golden West," "When We Were Twenty-one" and others. There will be two plays a week, the changes occurring Mondays and Thursdays, and a matinee Saturdays. Miss Cunmngnam is the leading lady of her company. She is a clev- o r actress, n young lady of pleasing ersonahty and beauty and has been NOTICE Notice is given that I shall apply to the State Board of Prison Directors to be paroled from San Quentin prison, according to the law. jv. ivt. GLBASON. roprl etor THE EAGLE BAR Grant Kier Mgr utte street, opp, Commande eate Too Late For Classification or last A<lolph liakers- MAHX Uuowu address Marx, nor or him. . general VN'I'KI) ana K (['*'<•(, ho/ wccn I KAR NOTICE Th Kissel Forty Wili IU 1 uii[\t The Imrovumt'Mts on this »i»niil.-t j in-r>ons uis QUON'G agement. She will be asslster in ner managerial duties by Tedd Brackett, a celebrated eastern actor, who also plays the leading male roles, Misa Cunningham's promises are particularly alluring. Her repertoire consists only of the standard productions and the eminently successful shows of the past few years. The plays that are to be givea during the ilrst few weeks ot the season are "In the Bishop's Carriage/' the play in which Jessie Busley made such a pronounced hit; "The Devil," the sensation of the year In theatrical circles; "Tho Spoilers," the dramatization of Rex Beach's famous novel; that good old play of American country life, "David Harum;" "The Squaw Man," one of the biggest productions of last season; "The Girl NOTICE. ~ Mrs. Mary E. Oramens hereby gives notice that she will not be responsible for debts contracted by the management of the Jewett Lane roadhouse, she having leased the premises to Thos. E. Maher. Neither will she bo responsible for debts contracted by any other person without a written order from her. 60 TOURING CAB, $2150. ROADSTEIt, $2150. AL. THACKERY, Agent Kern County. Ask for Demonstration, SERVICES AT ST. PAUL'S, At St. Paul's tomorrow at 10 o'clock there will be holy communion In commenoratioQ of the feast of St. Michael and All Angola. Here San Dieg Beer Beer That Bakersrield PeopI Phone Eighteenth n as a star. THE THE BEST CLOTH STORE Colegia Clothes Clothes Hour ADLER. MILWAUKEE NEW STIF "'•""•••I, 'I" ""P." W SHIRTS NEW U '^*^_ **wMv ERWEAR ERATE • . \

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