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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN GOLD BRACELETS If you have a friend whom you want to remember with a little u'il't of some kind n. irohl bracelet is nlwtiys n most acceptable ^il't. Our bracelets are the latest styles and our assortment is very large. AYe're always pleased to show yon what we have. American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street TO SETTLE 1UD6E J10E WILBUR IN PRIZE H w DELONEGHA HOT SPRINGS. Most remarkatrte mineral springe in California. An aosoiute cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-Eve miles Irom BaXerfEeld In «l«rra Nevada Mountains. Fin* ram iBtr climate. Good accommodations. Terms reasonable. Stage leaves BaX- trcfield Thursday mornings between t and 9 o'clock Irom Arilncton and Occidental hotels, and from Metropole m Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- cr*«8, BARBEAU & ROQUETTE. U Proprietors DID YOl'R KOUSE BURN U8T NIGHI? If it had, would your loss have been total. 1 Better see about an irisnranee on your house or furniture ri«rht now. Let us write your policy; we have the best companies. Bakersf ield 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 you wil! find- it a great aid in your financial affairs. If T"U have iu>t <i! ready such an ('.'.•count with us wo shwii be pie;;sed to have you r>|-\i une and test it v '<i r r>.'iirself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H WOMEN should much more largely avail themselves of the opportunity to carry a bank account, subject to their cheek, as it is often a .«reat convenience, and what is more important, it familiarizes them with tinaeial affairs and banking methods, which will prove very useful ami valuable. We cordially invite llie accounts of women, art'oi'dinir every facility, convenience and courtesy. Capital, Jr'ji Capital $50,0«0.00. C. J. Plane, President. Arthur 8. f.ites, Cashier. NOTES AND PERSONALS. | NOTES AND PERSONALS. The wreeUev \v,-ts ealle.l out at |ii; •relorl: tills nioi-am^ to Kamoso to pick up a 1.rn! en tlat ear. Will Caniy, an old time resident of Kern, but for the past eight years of I.os Angeles, lias returned to Kern again and will HO to work in the Kern Hirer oil fields. .1. H. Kstrlbou Is installing some more new machinery in his butcher shop and Chas. .Jackson has been added to his force of butchers. .). Sears of the Uakersfleld postofflce Is bad; In the Kern station to remain during Chas. Gallant's absence. Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. Murphy left this morning for a visit to their old home In Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thompson for n few days, while on their way home to Los Angeles, after visiting In Modesto. Don't forget the Lady Maccabees' entertainment and dance on October 1st at Kaar's hall. General admission, 25 cents. Music by Keuhn's or chestra. Entertainment will com' mence promptly at 8:15. Souvenir programs given. 53 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Chrisman expect to go to Needles to reside. John Irlbarne of McKlttrick is a visitor In town. Will Sllber has resigned his position as fireman for the S. P. Co., and has accepted a position in the Metropole barber shop. Switchman Ernest has returned from an extended visit in the east. General Storekeeper Pierce, who j has been here from San Francisco for 1 the past few days, left yesterday for l.os Angeles. W. F. Chandler of Selnia Is in town I for a f*»w days. i Trainmaster Croy took his small son : to Fresno yesterday for medical attention. ! The latest in ladies collars, 50c, and up, at Ardiazi-Olcese depart; ment store. tf A. Sexton of Tehaehnnl, war- a visit- I or in town yesterday. Geo. Cuneo came down from Mojave I yesterday for a few days. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Friend have re- it timed from San .luclnto Hot Springs. I Mr. Friend Is very much improved in ! health. 1 The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, \ and up, at Ardizzi-Olcese Co., de- I There will be but one preliminary | to t!u>. K.i.lit White-Jo t . Rellly fight | which will take place in Senbner's Opera House the night of October 10. but that will lie a ' pood one. The original Kii.i Ross, who has pugilistic aspirations a plenty, but heretofore has been very skittish about donning a pah- of fighting trunks and getting into tliu ring, has finally been lassoo- ed and has agreed, on everything sacred to the sporting realm, to fight Kid Parker a ten round go on that night. If the boys meet, and now there appears to be no doubt but what they will, the fight should be a corker: The two lads for more than a year past have been harboring a grudge and have been anxious to settle their difficulties, but only in a professional manner. The friends of each are numerous and knowing the little play .1- the whole matter, lend support with that is beneath they will surely their attendance. The boys will make catch weights and will fight for a purse of $50, winner to take all, which Is a further guarantee that the go will be for blood. rarkcr is training with White in Maricopa and will be in the best of condition, while Kid Ross is going to do his raonkeyshines In this city. He is a youth of model habits, neither smokes nor drinks, and can get Into the best of condition in a comparatively short time. » . » KERN COUNTY LANDS AT VI8AUIA OFFICE !ge C l.erc ibis i and was t:...-n sU;ht .seeing in the forenoon '; , Hev. K. K. Fuller. At i o'clo: 1; h.-'addressed the students at the HibL" S'ihud and at 2:30 he spoke to mothi'i- mi the subject of ;1>" training i • boys and girls at the First Cull.:;, national Church. The HiL-ii School lecture was most ceeptaldy delivered and was given on he invitation of Principal Conger. This ev.iiing nt the same church at o'clock the subject will be "The iumor atid Pathos of the .Juvenile ourt," ii will be a most Interest- ng series of word pictures from real ife—his own actual experiences as i judge | n juvenile cases. This lee- lire is frco and all fire most cordial- y Invited to be the guests of the Men's Club. Albert E. Redstone has received a patent for land secured at public sale., embracing the north half of the northwest quarter, the aoutheas quarter of the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the south west quarter of section 12, 26-29. John A. Skinner of Liakersfleld has made final entry on desert land claln embracing the west half of the wes half of section 18, 32-25. David H. Forney of Laton has j property is valued at made homestead entry for the north- ] S. Plat/ is attorney. east qaurter of section 34, 30-14. STANDARD OIL COMPANY TO DRILL NEAR LIVERMORE. LIVERMORE. Sept. 30.— Th* Standard Oil Company has purchased several tracts of land in the Altamont district. where oil has been discovered recently, and will begin development operations immediately. A party of engineers niadr- -,\ tour of the district Saturday HII<| alter their inspection announced Mint they will begin to drill on the Egan and Leonardo properties at an early date. The erection of derricks will commence within ten days. IN COURT OVER THE DIVISION OF CATTLE. The time of Judge Bennett was occupied today in the hearing of the case of Barbara Rowan vs. Max Enderle. The 'nising attorneys are Scott and Dors(>. . L 1 (;<•(>. Flournoy, and the action is (j\t i the division of some cattle. Letters of Administration. A. .1. Ppurlin '.. :s tile '. a petition for letters of adiiiini.-,;•• tion • . :':e estate of Emily A. Spurlin, dec:i-...-. 1. The sflo.lu. Mathew Hamilton's THEJJP-TO-DATE SUIT HOUSE Fine Tailored Garments For Ladies and Misses -Vi exhaustive presentation of the newest ideas ---exclusive models not to he found else', where. The materials are of the highest quiili- ty. the JailoriiiLr without exception, is equal to the hest custom work, and prices are very mod- crate for garments of all round excellence. In Addition to These We Have Very Special Values in Ladies' and Misses' tailored suits of fine Broadcloths, Worsteds and Series, in the newest weaves and designs, including the latest shades as well as black and blue. Each model is perfect in out nnd tailoring and lined with fine quality silk or satin. Prices are $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $35.00. PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UP—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave. at 20th St. FIVE HUNDRED DEATHS FROM PLAGUE IN CHINA. PEKING, Sept. 30.—There have been ouu deaths from the bubonic plague at Tongsha, sixty miles since the No" alarm is felt, however, and It Is not believed that the disease will spread. The cholera in the Yang Tse Valley is abating but the total of deaths this season has been heavy. In Han- kow several thousand natives and a score of foreigners have died. northeast of Tien Tsin. outbreak of the epidemic. partment store. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Esterbrook and son Ansel have returned from their vacation spent in Los Angeles. Fred Heber came In from McKlt- trl^k last evening to meet his wife and I baby, who arrived from the east on ! No. s. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Luncet'ord for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lloyd have returned from an extende-,1 visit in Florida and West Virginia. j S. Stetson of I'almo is visiting Dr.! an 1 Mrs. McKenzie for a t>w days. Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Ellis and child-, ri'ii left yesterday for Fresno to reside' in the future. From Montana to El Paso Payne &. Son now have an invalid And from Maine to Golden Gate coa.ii for ambulance work. 77 i Our forces are assembled all in lin< Mr~. .-VK : e Fusi'iti- and Mi.-s Katie ! And by honesty, nnd labor votes, iivt been visiting in Keni i To victory we shall march, -ld for some time re: urn- Next November, led by Hones CAMPAIGN SONG. BRYAN, BRYAN, BRYAN. (Written by P. J. Healey, Corresponding Secretary Boiler Makers Union, Kern.) Marchand Case Dismissed. The sensational Marchand case was dismissed by Justice Black this morning. Mrs. Marchand, who accused her husband of a threatened offense because of his jealousy which he strenuously expressed when he saw his wife riding down the street j with a well known oil fields superintendent a month or more ago, did not appear to prosecute the case and as the couple have become reconciled there was no disposition to prosecute tho charges. Young Boys Arrested. Three vdiin^ i.mavvav tiovs we"e taken to the county jail early this morning and detained over the breakfast hour. They were .hungry and were taken in charge by Officer Brigcs. They were released later to return to their homes, which they asserted were in l.os Angeles. Notes and Personals Too Late For Classification WANTED—Girl to assist with housework, three miles In country. Telephone Main 183. 55 WANTED—Hoom and board for lady for one month or less, beginning October 15. Must be within four blocks of St. Clalr hospital. Ad dress, A. L. Bachar, Wasco, Cal. 58 FOR SALE—Gentle suitable for lady. Stables. driving Apply at mare. Union tf WANTED—I'osiUm by .-xperieneed nurse; confinement cases a specialty. Phon Main'.it'.M. 1521 17th. fid WANTED—Three or four furnished rooms or furnished cottage for housekeping. Responsible people. First-class tenants for party who can fill the bill. Must be modern and in pood neighborhood. Address Tenant, cr The California!!. 55 *•?••{••:• i- •:• * t POLITICAL CARDS. ;«.;. .j. .;. .; 4 .j. .». ,;. ^ ^. .r. .;. ,j, FOS SUPERVISOR. >** 4. •>* I herewith announce my candldaqp for re-election to the office of Sn^et* visor of the Fi'st Supervisorial iJto- trcit, subject to the decision of UM Republican nominating convention.. Brady, wli and Hnkei^fi.-l «-d to la • t;i tii VnMey. X. S. lions, lor Truckee ti home ivi South Fork Billy Bryan. expects reside. to leave soon j CHORUS. i "Bryan, Bi>au." you can hear it A. Fraser returned yesterday after [ everywhere; spen.ling :- few days In McKittrick. "Bryan, Bryan," conies floating on Judge Mahon and Ilowen Irwin left the air. In an automohlle today for a trip From Montana to El Paso, from S. K. Clark is a visitor from Mojave Sam Klip.-tall <jf Mojave is in tova F. V. Gordon Is here to, lay !.-o';i ! o. \V. I-:. Angele oil through the country. Maine to Golden Gate, All the people's cry is "Bryan, Bryan, Brvan." DANCE TONIGHT BY LADY MACCABEEC. .a lie.--, of the Maccabees give !• :":iinment and dance tonight s hall, an,l as a large number •Is have been sold nnd the a worldly one there will no a large crow.l in attendance. «"•••»CASE CONTINUED, The examination of Tom Lowellyn, which was set for October 2, In Judge Marion's court, has been continued until tb" :ird on account of getting witnesses together. A CIVIL SUIT. | The case of C. C. Llttie against Mrs. ' E. H. Keivey, in which the plaintiff sues to recover promisosry note, came up in Judge Marion's court yesterday and was .set for trial October Kith. This case was transferred from the Third township, Callente. Handed Down From Father to Son, In thouundi of famlUra, all over th« land, Schonck'i Mandrake I'illn li»n>, through three gtndratlunit, gl»eii proof of, nut their cunrtl'n prnp«rtl«. t.ut aloo their Purity and Safety. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS Plain and tiugar Coatxl, r hili'UHniim, l.iviT C liliiliit, i'i'ii«tl|inllun, UuU.Mck Il Llwan tho Liver H.SCHENCK&BON Philadelphia, The labor vote of ninety-six And nineteen hundred too, \\ as by coercion and false promise hel'd in line, Hut the trusts and Teddy's panic Have opened labor's eyes, And now solidly we'll vote for Hilly liryan. Chorus—"Bryan," etc. i Now Toddy likes straight shooting, Yes, that's' how he hit the chair, And he claims he shoots a trust at I every crack. While Taft, at union labor, , Shot injunctions by the ton. But labor at him now can have a ' whack. | Chorus—"Bryan," etc. I The locomotive firemen j Took in Teddy and his stick, : While the dredger men took Bin Bill Taft in line. But surprises are for them In store | When election day they'll find I That their unions voted solidly for Bryan. Wheat, the iin'ii is in town to ;.:y. r.Ms. W. H. Baker, who has been seriously ill with double pneumonia, I asseii the crisis yesterday. H. II. Fish is here from Berkeley. M. L. Walker and family have arrived from the east and will take up their residence in Kern, where the former !:as securo-l a position with the S. I". Company. C..S. Garfleld and Harmer Jones left this morning for the West Side in Jones' automobile. Mr. and Mrs. George Shields have returned from their vacation spent in. Los Angeles. Mit-s JeaneLte Gratiier left last evening for a visit with relatives In P.is- adena. Piano Tuning — Paul Sehoen of Oak- I land will be at Bakersfield on or about !()<•(. nth. Orders left at the Southern Hotel or with Mrs. G. H. Taylor, Main S7. r ), will be promptly attended to. 50 Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rundell and children have returned from Fresno when they Slave been living for the past two or three months. L. H. Larson expects to leave soon for Oakland to visit his daughter. S. H. Phelaa returned today after spending a few days In the south. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED- Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades by actual work, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced students waM 1 ;-. Free catalogue. T'nion School of Trades, 11'-1 East. Ninth. l.os Angeles. tf i FOR SALE— Fresh milch cow; givts ' three gallons of milk daily. Tele- : phone Main 10S2. 58 HAIR NATURMLLY ABUNDANT. When It I* frrf of Dandruff, It Luxuriantly. Hair prcpnrntlons nnd dandruff curt*. ns a rule, are sticky or Irritating Bttxim tV.at do no onrthly Rood. Hair, when W.C diseased, grows, naturally, luxuriantly. Dandruff Is the cnuno of nine-tenths off ;.!! hair trouble, nnd dandruff Is caasefi by a germ. The only way to euro duud-- ruff la to hill the germ; and, BO far, tbo only hair preparation that will positive!* destroy the Rerin la Newbro's Herplcidf— absolutely harmlesn, free from gn«-w» Kt'dlment, dye matter or dangerous drtstjf^ H nllays Itching Jnstuntly; milieu bait glossy and port a« silk. "Postroy tfc*>. cause, you romove the effect." Sold t»t lending druBplsts. Rend 1t>c. tn Flumps for sample to The llerplclde Co. Detroit. Mich. Two Slzei, 50c and 91 J. A. HUGHES. Sueci&l . -- •-»-• -Road the want ads. CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY GRANT BROWN SIGN DID NOT | THAT t,LUr2 LtST. i it may eonce: 1 !): K my the ;-'io'l •-•oM-rnmeiii list h'-'.f •Al!:l"Mt my eoiiient. <;H\NT imowv rsfleld, Cal.. <K't. 1, ISHiS. whom is (in s [nil i * * * - ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * «• Flret-claus Nursery Block, Trees, + r- Shrubhs, Roses, Cut Flowers, FIc.- # »• al Designs. Orders promptly fltl«4 * f Corner Sixth St. and Chester A>-«. * L 'Ph«ne, Main 745 * * * :• •> * ENTERTAINED IN HONOR OF VISITORS FROM BOSTON. Mrs. Her! Shaw and .Miss Medu Nason entertained Tnemlay night In lionor of Miss Mabel Nation ami Miss Holder, here from HoKton. Uefresli DK'iitK were served after the card names, prizes nt whlrh were won by the following: Mi.ss Mabel Nason, Frank Wilson, Hen Shaw and Mm. Ilader. Those iiresent were Miss Holder, MisH'K .Mabel and Myra Nason, Frank Wilson, Fred Miller, Herbert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. liader, Ren Shaw, Hence Speck, Mr. and Mrs. II. Bert Walton, Miss Callle Shurhan, Mrs. Emma Freltag, Miss Tillie Plantipon of l.os Anseles John 1'latt of Idaho. Chorus- -"Bryan," etc. •» * •• — MEN WHO ARE PARTICULAR with Btylit ate price and df'-c:i T went y-f(» brands ti. aOc to $:;, $1.5o '•! :-nd >r;«)d lints at f od'-r- •-• ••!' fin 1 hits in ever 1 , color Minn at 711 1 .street, Kern 'Kiiten. four diffeii'iit r ' li'Ct from al prices from Lund corduroy pants Khaki pants from $1 heavy copper rivited overalls, double hreasteii corduroy sack and vents, .-very line in .stock. $^> .'>" suit. Extra si/.es HeadliKhl bill ow alls at $1 p:?" 1 l.ar-e assoruneiil i:,i!t and negligee sliirts from Hoc up. \Voul and cotton sox, fancy nn.1 phiin eoloi-. railroiid men's gloves, lour d; 1 I'erenl iTitnd.- . naunllets, wrist ;',lic,- and milieus for n.di and ho>s. Ni • II'- .1' Wl 1; '. !;-(illl tile Colltillfh 1 il .lew.-lrv .M •nii:',-K i T iim Company ii> Ilitn ihl( e tli> vood 1 -, i-ell same at m.i!i ul'iicture.'s' prie.--.. Sillls in.ele to o' der from $1". up. (lood work and lit guaranteed. Hulls di-aned and pr< . c I to full s,,ti.--i'ac' mi Paul-! read made and to ordei m ever.\ style .1 modi'tate iii'lc.-s. al 71 ' I s:tn-e' Kern. Voiir patronuve awaitiliic. Fief pec t Hilly. L. CLAR, 711 I Street, Kern. We Want You to Come I in SEEING IS BELIEVING The Quality is The Prices are High Low. Callfornlan want ads. Best results A Complete Stock of Furniture, ('at 1 Mattings, |)ra|» pel.s. liruss lows. Be Knitlnrl diiiu. etc Ixliys. Shades. •.Is, I'il- •1c , etc. Phonographs and Records. OPEN AN ACCOUNT PHILIP W. D EDERAUK 1408 Nineteenth St. Phone Main 173 DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. BakenfleM. •{• *J* •»* *$• *«* *»* *J" *5" *5* •$* •£' *<• "4* *$* *$• •}• *5 E. H. LOVELAND * Wholesale Produce Merchant •'• Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, •: Eggs, aud all farm products. •! TAX COLLEOTOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tin. taxes on all personal property, and oii"-half of the taxes on all real prop erty, will be due arid payable on tin second Monday in October, and will be delinquent on the last Monday In November next Iherafter, ai ti o'clock p. m., mid unless paid prior thereto fifteen per cent will be added to the , amount thereof, and that If said one- , half be not paid before the last Mem- j day In April n« \'. m '! o'clock p. m., i an additional five per cent will he added thereto. ; 1. That the rernainiiiK one-half of the'taxes on ull reiil property will be, payable on and atte. th- first. Mon- : R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakertfto'M nnd will be de- Monday in April •'; i, i .nek p. m., ! ;;.nr thereto ':.l'd to the (lay in January n llmiuent on the . ne\t thereafter. : and that unless five pei i -flit will anuunit thereof. L That ;•]] ';: the l:ni" tli first In pi( vided. ig ,i:>, Tlittt taxe- offl.-e o! the Ta\ county i durtl:oi>i of H a. m. aud 1-' j p. m. Dated (Vtobor !. I!•(>&. C. K. DAY, Tax Collector, 10-1 Koru County, California. EYES made to order. Patients desiring artificial eyes made for them duplicating form and color; please consult me before October 1»t. DR. FOWLBR, Room 6 Hopkins Building, PAYNE :& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULACNE Phone Answered Day or

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