The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 3, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 3, 1908
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CALIFORNIA* The Only Exculsive Piano Store! IN BAKERSF1ELD | LARGE STOCK, LOW PRICES, EASY TERMS, SHEET MUSIC ORDERS TAKEN Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E..KEY, Manager Dependable Goods at Wetll'* The New Fall Styels in Neckwear Are Very Attractive Decided chaniips have taken pliU'o in fnll neckwear—and the dressing of the nook thi.s season is ij'tile MS important as the selection ol' stylish shoos or sfloves. Aur assortment includes all the new fall fads at prices that make it, possible for every one to have :i jrond supply of the neiv styles. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street Honest values are ever wedded with truthful words. We can save you money If you buy our assortment, pots, pans, kettles, woodenware at 25c. Let us assits yoy. Winters, Bridges, Simpson Com pay. DIXON ®, SON Undertakers. Funeral Directors, Embalniers. Successors to Morton A Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19tb it RED CROW AMBULANCE. Phone. Night or Day, Main »'* I E- THIEF TAKEN os'-v.ih Holly, wan; <! .or (.he stealing of two horses In ;'.i.- Bounty, and searched for for month* by Sheriff Kelly, was taken yesterday in Los Angeles by officers there, and has confessed. The Los Angeles Express j'.ive.i (U'tnils us ;'ollc....«. IMn to earth at San Fernando, after :i five-hour chase by constables and ranchers on horseback and on foot. Joseph Holly, alias Fritz Kraft, alias Charles Warren, broke down In Sheriff Humniel's office at the county jail this afternoon and admitted the theft of three horses and a career of outlawry. Holly promised to plead Riillty to a chars? of grand larr«nv. which will he preferred against him by the district attorney shortly. Harry, Wright, deputy sheriff, is responsible for the Identification and subsequent confession. Wright has been on the trail of Holly since last March. He has followod his movements from Bakersfleld to Los Angeles. The last horse Holly stole, according to his own admission, dropped dead today. When brought to U>s Angeles last night, Holly maintained his Innocence but today he announce,! that he would not resist prosecution. "W<> first heard of this mnn last March," said Deputy Sheriff Wright. "Sheriff Kellv of Kern County notified us of the theft of two roan horses near Bakersfleld. The description, we afterward learned, tallied with that of a man who was operating extensively near l.os Angeles. Hnlly was smooth enough to keep avny from horsemen, and never hi!pi- around sale stables, as ninst of the horse thieves do. He sold all the horses he stole, according to his statements, but always the sales were made to private Individuals. "The Bakersfield horses were sold to J. M. Waters of Elizabeth Lake, and Waters gave us a description of Holly, who had given hlr.i the uniut of Fritz Kraft A few >Hvs iu'O I'ol- ly stole a horse from West & Ryder of I,a Canada, which has been recovered through this office." Holly is said to be a deserter from the navy. He Is 20 years old, and recently took out his first papers In Humboldt County. Health—how many would give fortunes to enjoy the greatest of nature's gifts and to be able to give A Smile All the While Ailing tots cause pity—fretful young people cause wonderment—irritable men and women cause surprise. To enjoy perfect health the body must be built up and the mind invigorated by perfect food. Ghirardelli's Cocoa is the perfect food drink—its use will bring quiet to breaking nerves—strength to the weak—and contentment to the strong—besides it is delicious and appeti/.ing. 30 cups of a delicious drink 25c A cerm ntidsfd his nrdehbor PI^T- j ly. "See that female coming yonder, j with the arand air? She's a Colonial | dame." i "A which?" "A Colonial damn. Her ancestors j were among the first thirteen colonies of bacteria in American i!rlnkl".g v:a- tor." —Puck. Maud—I suppose you made a hit with that bis; red hat in the country? Bello—Hit'. 1 should say so. It struck the Im'.'seye the very first time I wore it.—Boston Transcript. "I understand." said the English tourist, "that you have some terrible wind storms In this country." "Yes," answered the native American. "\Ve have ahou' :,'"."'•" !<r:is.s bands."—Chicago Xews. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The Poultry and Egg [xchange THBONSEN <£, STALLARD. Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 68 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKEBSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENUVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cal. Deeds. Eliza D. Maes to Edmond Maes, : lot 214. Fourth Home Extension Jolony. Harold B. Richardson and wife to Eva B. Veon, $1"; lot 12, north half ot. 13, block 514, Bakersfield. Constable First Township 'Corn I'ounty to A. N. Santord, f261.85; Pennsylvania, Burdette, To Lane, Manolith, Badger, Arcadia, Haste- .nere Nos. 1, 2 and 3 mines, Keyos- vllle district, Judgment, vs. Heslemere Mining and Milling Company. Henry B. Tibbetts and wife to U. E. Stephens, $10; north half of south- iast quarter of northeast quarter section '-'•(, 25-2c.. A K. Campbell and wife to Norman S, Sweet and Ula Sweet Martin, $10: eonimneoing southwest corner block l«:i, Bal:ersneld; north 80 feet; east 40 feet, south. 80 feet, west 40 feet. Peter Doran to FUrst National Bunk of Delano. $10; lots 1, 2 and 3, east 82Vis feet lot 4, block CO, Delano. I'hilip Hisi-hoff and wilV to .!. H. Plttinan, $1": northeast quarter section. 22, 152-29. \V. P. Clark and wife to Charles H. Shin-ban. $H': enst half lot i',1, all • lot 43 In :-.or!hf ast quarter section j :«. 2!i-2S. i Klxira M. atn! .lame* A. Bernard to A. I.. Herril'.gton, $10; lots 1?,. 11,; block ~n. Bernard addition, Kern. to Charles K. Heal, interest in section The Best ;•.- • .- and H>..; Safest MEDICINE BALL TEAM AI TEHACHAP! The Bakersfield baseball team headed by Wfsley Brown, will board the .Santa Ke tomorrow morning for To- liachapi. where they will cross hats with the mountain champions. The 4.ime is the first Jo be played between •he two nines for some time past and ] in little interest is attached to it. | The Teliachapians as usual consider they have the best aggregation an.l are pointing to their record u'-c.iinst the Bloomer girls to prove tiiat their present team i.s stronger tiiiin the Uakorsflold aggregation. They defeated the women II to S. while' il took Hakorsfleld ten innings to pile up a "> to 1 score. Mat Handy win u. :r. '.!>o box for the Bakersflold pliiyora. Mat has always been n stumbling bloc.k for the hill top sluggers and the little twirler 'dinks he is nbout right to pitch a hard game Sunday. Bull Holmes will »t» on the receiving end whllo Bare, Kuehn, Kearney and Segrne will comprise the Infield and the outfield will be Brown, Sterner and Glllesple. The team will return Sunday evening. Tehachapl will probably play in Bakersfield a week from tomorrow. If you have entries to make, attend to it at once and where _ stock and articles are entered, see to it that they are on time and at place for examination by committee. A. W. MAO RAE. County Fair .1 .1. MACK. Vice President. G. J. PLANZ, Asst. Cashier. S. T.. MACK, Cashier 8. W. Wlble, President BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—S. W. Wlble, S. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, 3 M. Keith, L. Guggenhime. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of Cre t.t. The officers of the Bank wl!l bo glad to give the benefit ofr their f x- perlence or observation to all ppersona desiring information on matters of business. C. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Lleber'a Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. in the World -IS— $50 Cash Premiums $20 first', $10 second $5 third; fifteen $1 each. Easily earned In an hour or more by any boy or girl, man or woman, but one in each family, without any cost to you, and no peddling or canvassing. And to .ach one competing, we will alto give a small useful article. Send postal for particulars, mentioning thl» paper, to WEST COAST MILL, 705-709 So. Griffin Ave., Lot Angeles, Cal. * SHOCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP T'lf-'t'-r SKVKNTV T«r» tti« >t.iri't.,r'l tt-'iii'-1> lor [Coughs, Colds and Consumption! Fur<- avury»li*re, &J).. ami $l&i t >tt un Pii*M^i "f (lit) I.uugf, Patron Day at St. Francis Tomorrow will be a day of special interest for the memberH of St. Francis congregation and friends of th< iMiirch. The I'atron Feast of tlu -liurcli is always ob.sorved with efre ti.iinv. The services at St. Francis I loinorrow will be similar to that held' :n many churches in larger cities. Low! •i-i-i.- will lie celebrated at 7:l."> a. in. ''iii'If-n's mass ditrlug which tlie| MI\< and yirls sodalities will receive '•',. oi':iimiinlon will take place at -• •• . In' k. Tin- (HI.lien will uln;- dm'",.•- ti.e mass. At II a. m. a solemn - 'i MUSS ^vili take place with Father !•' ;i;'l a- cel.'lii'ant. Falher Catiley :•'"":!, and Faiber I.eo. sub-deacon ' ,.' s.-ir.ion will be delivered by Falh- ('milt'-y of F.rie, I'enn. The |iroce.-. -i'ih of cleryy and acolytes will jiri • •'••ii- 'lie il o'cloeli services. The Si. l-':.incis t-lioir will render Leonards \1 !-..-> in II Flat, with special solo.-;. In the evening vespers and beneilic- •iuii \\ill l»e ;M 7:;in after which the S Paul's AHar Society \viil nieel. The ii 'iitli of October helng "Uosar> " 'iii.'. Hh'ii- will lie special services . . li d-iv ai - a m. Mass every 'I'hurs- d.ty evening. Tha week dav ma.-j; be- •.vili be at BOUGH DRY Did You Know Wo will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all pieces that require starching and return to you for only 6 cents per pound? Tf you arc in a hurry telephone for UB to call Friday morning HIKJ have them returned Saturday evening. (Jive IKS a trial. Satisfiictiontfiiaranteed. Give us a trial. Telephone Main 269. CITIZENS LAUNDRY HlUri Dr. J. H. Schenok & Son, Philadelphift, Pa. COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. !-, ,.hi> 1'alin; c ou;:i arm nil undo iir [.alnn and drink a cooling, re 'v•-!.'.!»(? so'l'-i water and Pftt. an IC .' im or !' -•>• \Ve Hollc.ii wliolcsalf rule, both in crt-ainc and canrlloH 'Mir phone :inruln>r !s Mniri 1'„'.•>. ]\2 P4INT YOUR HOUSE House painting is my specialty. J U8fi nothing but toe beat 4 material!., guarantee my work * and charge reasonable price*. 4 I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor ..« 211/auv Pnv.n* Main 172. 4 +*+***+**++++*+*++ QUICK TIME TO Kansas tity St. Louis and Chicago ON THZ GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Pullman and Tourist Can. Splendid Dining Oar •trviM. Southern Pacific Company

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