The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 2, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 2, 1908
Page 8
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TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Eucalyptus and Honey Cough Syrup '.-. ,1 snfr remedy fur emiirlis. •(.•Jfls, bronchitis ;iii(i luiiu' insertions. We know what it is innde • f' ,ind just wind it will do, II' it docs n»t .stop your •oiinh we will refund your The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Landing Druggists. 'My Jim' at the Union Theater MY JIM Commencing Monday evening and continuing for the • •ntlre week, the Cunningham Stock I'umpany will present a rural comeiiy drama entitled, "My ,rim." It will 'i»o the first production in HaUersllrld of this most successful play and while It Is unknown here the fad that It has been chosen for OH opening play should be recommendation enough. "My Jim" was produced at the Auditorium Theater. LOK Angeles, by the Ferris Stock Company and scored a tremendous hit. High class vaudeville with the latest motion pictures and llustrated songs will tie introduced between acts. Regular prices will prevail, 10, -">. :!">, 50 cents. Delano Company Incorporates Tlu> S !•'. H. Morse Development ! CoruiKito IIBH also filed articles of In- | corporation. The principal place of' business is Delano. The capital stock : la $:{on.(MW and the Incorporates are • S. K. D. Morse, H. B. Morse, .1. C. I Hays. I' Hitwley and Harris Ham-; moiid. CITY BRIEFS RIMY WITH EMPLOYERS MONEY •Vow. lioyn." r,;;.'r;e<l r!;e teacher 'In- juvenile class, "can any of you 1 me the final end of all mankind?" ••Yes, ma'am. I can," promptly an- -ird the boy nt the ;•••.;. "The let- 'it'."—Exchange. REQUIRES GOOD FLOUR No mutter how e\ pert ;i maker of bre:i.| you ;it'e. von {••••:'' i'-tvi> th . ' '• l'i" I'M i iioiir. Kivi-r Mills ' has mi (laws --it's ''est, so be satisfied \villi mi other, "'o bo had at our RIVER MILLS FLOUR A warrttnt was issued for the arrest of Itoherr G. Savlll.e a former eni- •)Ioye ol the Exchange stiitbles, this .norning. Saville is charged with the >mliex7.lemi>nt of $4f, from his employ- •r. C. fj. Sniltli, who has been III and • •ill rusted i he cure of the (>.-tiil>!lsh- tnent to Saville. The crime is alleged lo have lieeti eo/nmltted September L'l. riiiville tins not been seen since and nothing is known as to his whereabouts. Considerable difficulty may lie ricnced In locating him. "Thaj snobbish fellow declares he's been presented at court. He says he was presented by a grand lord.' "Much more likely he was presented by a giand jury."—Baltimore American. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hurley Kaylor and son of .Nevada. Missouri, and Miss Dorothy McKown of Kansls City, an. visiting Mrs. V. B. Ball. Mr. Kaylnr Is Mrs. Hall's bnftlier. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind WE LEAD THE PROCESSION rvlicn It come* to supplying the •very fiiii'.sl hjinx-xx n\. ilie lowest possible price. How I',,,- ahoiid we aro only n personal visit will rfcreaf to .von. Come and sec o in- stock and make comparisons. Jildged eilitiT from a quality or price standpoint you'll lx> eom- r^Flcfl to admit that this storo '.•crtainly loads in real value yiv- "t'.yr, A. B. HERRINGTOr 1517 19th St. I THE UNION HORSESHOEING SHOP Has Moved to the Union Stables Corner 21st and K Sts. 19O9 Kisselkar is here 'The Kisse! Forty" 'Will 1)0 emit inu<-ii for IDH'i at the same price. The improvements on this popular nioii.-l consist of heavier, brakes, o<i-iu. whoi-ls, heavier front axle, lift-in base. It will also !>.• much better finished, and possessed of easier ridini: • qualities. TOURING OAR, $2150. AL. THACKERY, ROADHTER, $2150. - Agent K*rn County. emoiiBti'atiou. Had Long Trip.—Constable NVwell luis reinrni-'l from n three flay trip into tlie Semi Tropic country, where he went til werve nn attachment on some cattle In the H. C. Sturna vs. C. B. Stewart ami E. .1. Garwln case. Infant Child Dle8,—The ini'an' son of Mr. und Mrs. H. C. Stewart of Ros-e- ilale dieil last night. Thq funeral was hel'l tlii< afternoon. Loking for Son.—Marshal McKcuny this niontinv; received n letter from Mrs. .1. \V. Klllot of St. Jotenh, Mo., who is liiokitiK for her son, K. Elliot, who Is sometimes called Hurt Elliot. He is 24 years old, has black hair, lisht complexion, the Index Ihu'er on his right hand Is broken and very crooked and he is about 5 feet S inches tall. In the last letter the mother received from him, he stated he was about to leave for Bakersfleld to seek work. Oil Fields Entertainment—Ollie Ootchett's oil fields entertainment and dance, given at the Associated Club House at Olleenter last night, was one of the best and most largely attended of the season. Several local couples made the trip from town to I he fields, and all had a most enjoyable evening. One of the features of the entertainment was the sins- Ing of Mrs. Gotchett, who is now ron- tiering the illustrated songs. The popular pianist received several encores. ' Jastro Appointed—In the Irrigation ( convention at Albuquerque, H. A. Jas- ; tro has been appointed on the committee on resolutions, represent ins the State of California. I James Donovan Burled—The tuner- j al of James Donovan was held from Oixon & Son's undertaking parlors ! this afternoon. Friends were in attendance from Delano. Died at Hospital James Rossiter. aged 53, died at the hospital yesterday afternoon. He was burled this morning. The deceased was a native of Niew York and a laborer. Adopt Resolutions—At the meeting of the Masons last night resolutions were drafted In respect to the memory of the late H. D. Whittomore. Resigns Secretaryship—Ca Robinson has tendered his resignation as secretary of the Hakcrsfleld Club and has acepted a position with the F. T. h. Company. The name of his sue- Choirs to Meet—The choir of St. Paul's Kpisropn) Church will meet tonight at the Guild Hall. 'Both thf .junior and senior organizations will lie present and arrangements will be made for the divisions to meet on separate nights hereafter. Oil Man Here—Alfred Fnlirman, interested largely In the oil business in tliis county, is here and is registered at the Southern. BORN. MARSHAU,—In Bakersfield, October 2, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Marshall, a son. MEN'S UNDERWEAR Direct t'p'm the ninnnfaeturers to us. these splendid lines—nn- derirarnienN that bear the Uedliek stamp of honest, first quality iiiercli,'iti(|i>". nirht from the mills to ns. Between there and here nobody sti'i 1 -* in to elnini an extra profit. Wo lay them down fresh and eleiin i" you today under the conditions if a single uarmont is not riirbt 'i any way, there's anotber to replace it or your money "The Redlick Way" (faniiMMts priced from oOe to $-3.50. NIGHT SHIRTS —SPECIAL Tbese Tennis Flannel Xiuht Shirts pass on to yon. tonei her with the extra value Redlick ((tiiility ni'-iins. at the speeiul price. *T^?/* eneli These uannetits are made full anil are our regular £1 u'oods. JEAGER FLEECED UNDERWEAR Celebrated ".Jeairer" Fleeced Underwear special. Heavy soft fleece; sanitary combed yarns: perfect fitting: special at, garment : Ask to see "Jeager" before you buy. A splendid garment of superior quality. THE SAME ATTENTION IF YOU DO NOT BUY MRS. E. REYNOLDS FUNERAL SUNDAY The funeral of Mrs. Mary Eleanor Reynold.-!, who died last evening after" a lung illness, will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the undertaking parlors of Dlxon & Sons. The deceased was a native of Ohio, 50 years of age. She had lived in California two years coming here from Colorado for the benefit of her health. She Is survived by five children, who are Mrs. G. A. Gtlbertson of New York City, Mrs. W. J. McOoffln of South Dakota, J. B. Reynolds, Jr.. of Colorado, Mrs. C. \V. Mangels of Sa n Martin and P. B. Reynolds of BakersSeld. Too Late For Classification YOU NEVER BUY A CHEAP BUGGY, and expect to get a good one— Neither would you expect to get one of the prettiest homes on Truxtun avenue for $1000. But it will make the first payment: balance Ilia- rent. And you can get possession at once. See R. A. Moore, room 11. Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 56 NOTED SOCIALIST TALKER IS SPEAKING HERE. N. A. Richardson, the noted Social- is 1 , njienkur, addressed a street air'- icnc" at ; if Arlington corner last night, rli.-iCMi-ssini? the banking issue Toniaiht IM- -.vili deliver an address o> the question of injunctions at the l"r ion Thoatci 1 . The public is Invited \' attend, especially union labor men. TEILHET & 1AYLOR FOE 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 KORNS? A serious subject invites your attention and is constantly reminding you of itself. KORXKKWR will put an end to Korns. It is i,'iianuiti>ed. Try it, and if it fails- as it will not —conic to our store nnd get your Money Back. 2">e th* bcntl-'. Of Drug- Stores Bakersfield's Finest I WANT YOU TO L.OOK at the south half of block facing south on Seventeenth street between M and N street, Bakersfleld. 264 front feet, three good houses; a good investment. Look It up and see R. A, Moore, room 11. Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 56 LOST—Wednesday night, a white mare weighing about 1000 pounds; ! had no halter nor bridle. Was last seen at Chester avenue road house. Finder will please notify the Chester avenue road house. 59 DEMOCRAT SPRINGS. Democrat Springs stage will leav« Arlington Hotel every Wednesday Horning. The baths are unexcelled tor rheumatism and kidney trouble by any and all skin diseases Th« onty hot mud baths in Kern Count?' Hotel largest and best accomodatJo-j* of any resort In Kern County. Fins camping grounds and planty of shade. G. M. CLUTTER Proprietor THE EAGLE BAR Grant Kier, Mgr. 2134 Sutter street, opp. Alcazar Theater and Commandery Hall. Near Steiner San Francisco If you have entries to make, attend to !t at once and where x -.... .. . stock and articles are entered, see to it that they are on time and at place for examination by committee. A. W. MACRAE. SVANTED—By Japanese boys, one to cook and the other to wash dishes und wait on table in hotel, hoarding house or oil fields. Good cook; can j furnish recommendations. Address | "Y," care of Culifornlan office. GO LOOK HERE; DO YOU WANT a good lot to build on—Here is one j on Twentieth street, $50 cash, bal-; anee $10 per month. I have other I lots In the boat residence section, 66 foot lots $5 cash, balance easy. R. A. Moore, room 11. Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 5fi j LOST—In Bakersfield. a breastpin made of hair, with gold mountings. • Finder will please leave same at: this office and receive reward, 59} LEFT TOWN ON AN UNPAID FOR MOTORCYCLE. A motorcycle sold to William Hill by Bible, i he cyc-U'ry man. <>n the Installment plan, was located day. Hill d"parted from I evidently endeavoring to tile machine. He also board bill unpaid. !'.•!'! word thai the man was -• • lain) htaded north an-i i: foruied 1'iidf!" ShiM'in' Tom llnl ill.-,I lllM I''.,'-no r.'i.n Tin' mii:orc\ i-lf •.•. a< i >;• •>• tin- v.'.ornin.. i'u: till', a'.:*:: •It I'lina to- Tuesday qie with a small reci'ived j u near l)e• • then in- ii.'ker, who oHU-ers. '. in Seiina i .-.-.- in yet' 1 1 for • visor trcit. Repu . .;. .;. A ,<. .1. .;. POLITICAL •:• •:• •;• * •;• >:• •:• •:• •:• •;- •> •:- :• * * FOR SUPErtVISOR. I • »with anni"Ki'.> my candidaej 'ectlon to 'h> office of Super •' the FVsr Sypervisoriai Dlf •tbject to the decision of the Scan nominating convention. If V. Maxfleld Ls here from San Francisco. Miss Lottie Bloilget, who has been critically 111 with typhoid, Is Improving slowly. Mrs. Alfred Harrell returned lait evening from Oakland. THE HUB THE BEST CLOTHES STORE Colegian Clothes Clothes of the Hour Up to the minute—yes a little beyond. "Collegian" Clothing is in a class by itself, with an air of elegance and exclusive individuality. Collegian tailoring is within a step of perfection. NEW HATS STIFF AND SOFT NEW SHIRTS NEW UNDERWEAR BEST SHOES—"SELZ" MODERATE PRICES S.WISEKOPF

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