The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1908 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Monday, October 5, 1908
Page 3
Start Free Trial

The Only Expulsive Piano Store! IN BAKERSFIELD LARGE STOCK, LOW PRICES, EASY TERMS, SHEET MUSIC ORDERS TAKEN) Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. &.KEY, Manager Dependable Goods at Welll't The New Fall Styeis in Neckwear Are Very Attractive Decided changes hnve taken place iti fall neckwear-—and the dressing of the neck this season is quite us important its the selection of stylish shoes or gloves. Aur assortment includes all the new fall fads at prices that make it possible for every one to have a irood supply of the new 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 asslts you. Winters, Bridges, Simpson Compay. DIXON •SON Undertakers. Funeral Directors, Embalmers. Successor, to Morton & Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19th flt< RED CROS1 AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or D»y, Main «•> Bryan Club to Meet Tuesday At Kaars' hall, Kern Cliy, tomorrow- evening, the Initial meeting of the Bryan Clul> will be .held, and as the membership Is already large. It U expected there will be a ^ood ^tendance. The signers of the list are largely wage earners, and a number of the most prominent laboring men have been active In circulating the roll. Many Dcwnc'.-ii? t'r'cm llii" city have sletiPd the list find promise to be In attendance. It Is stilted that one of tiie purposes of the club Is to d ) detail campaign work In the several precincts, between now and election, It being the desire of the organizers to nt.ake the club an effective body U aid in the election of Bri-an snd Kern. Strike in Oregon ********* * * * * * * MEDFORD, Ore., Oct. 3.—* Medford la oil mad today following a lucky strike made by C. H. Pierce on his 300 acre tract of land. The news spread about town quickly and all options In the neighborhood of the property have been secured already. Pierce put down . an eight Inch well to a depth of nearly SOD feet before oil was struck. Tho oil reaches to within 63 l'eet of the top of the well. •:• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * KID POWERS IS Kid Powers, the prize fighter whom Eddie White of Maricopa made quit In two rounds at the Scribnor last month, Is now languishing in jail at Coalinga awaiting the arrival of Constable Newell, who will bring him to this city tomorrow to stand trial for the theft of a valuable shotgun from John Gates in the oil field a short time ago. Powers borrowed the gun, which was a valuable Browing action, and going to Fresno pawned It for flO. In Fresno the pugilist created somewhat of a sensation by appearing at the office of the chief of police and announcing that he was the original Caleb Powers. From there he went to Hanford and upon advices from Sheriff Kelly was arrested in Coalinga. Constable Newell left for Coalinga this morning. Powers will also be rigidly questioned as to his flight from the city [ immediately after the burglary of the " ~" store twi ' ! Big Laugh on a G. 0. P. Organ The whole nation is laughing at the Omaha Bee and Us editor, Mr, Rosewater, who is a member of the national Republican committee, and it's all about an editorial In the Bee ripping up Mr. Bryan for a supposed utterance on the tariff question. It develops that the language quoted was from the Republican platform as adopted at Chicago, and was never said by Mr. Bryan at all. The paragraph reads: "In all tariff legislation the true principle is best • maintained by the imposition of such duties as will equal the difference between the cost of production at home and abroad, together with reasonable profit to American industries." Then the Omaha Bee proceeded say: * "Nothing prettier In the catch-all lino has been offered In this campaign. The most hide-bound standpatter In the country can accept that as satisfactory and the rank and the free trader can flnd delight In it. The declaration means simply nothing. "An attempt to legislate along that line would simply open the way to Interminable wrangling as to what constitutes 'a reasonable profit' tor 19O9 RisselKar is here "The Kissel Forty" Will be continued for 11)00 at the same price. The improvements on this popular nmrlol consist of heavier, hnikes, ,'ifi-in. wheels, heavier front axle, 115-in base. It will also be much better finished, and possessed of easier riding qualities. . , TOURING CAR, $2150. AL. THACKERY, ROADSTER, $2150. Agent Kern CountyJ Ask for demonstration. morn enerl to rob th place and the Piles j ;Vft have witnesss to prove their charg • . r • i WHENADE THE BULL QUIT Reilly --llc'il buy that of being- T Kddie \Vhite, who fights Joe at Scribiur's October 10, is nice, quiet and polite quiet and one would not suspect, him a dealer in durhani. Uddlo . lias been training with Kid Parker for two weeks at Maricopa and no doubt contracted the habit there, but nevertheless he has it. And he also has the best bull story of the year. The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRON8EN & STALLARD, Prop*. Hlflhest 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 60 Work , Phonfl| Ma , n 1M BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY 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. «°n<s, corner Eddie is one of those kind of fellows wlio believes in Uuiug what he does to the best of his ability. Eddie will fight until lie can tight no more and now he will dispense with the dur- ham as long as any one will listen to him. Here Is that bull story. Friday la company with Kid Parker he went on a Jong tramp and hunt as a means of breaking the monotony of training. "It was a great outing," writes Eddie, "and what I liked about It was we had a chance to learn in what grand condition \\e are in. We went down to the Kllpsteln ranch and on our return ran into a bunch of cattle. Both Kid Parker and I had on our red sweaters and almost before we knew where we were, we heard a noise behind us. Gee, it was awful. Kid Parker did not wait to see what It was hut f looked behind. There was a big bull coming straight at me, so I dug out. U'ell, I knew the only way we could get out of it was to run the bull tired, so I started In. I just could keep In sight of Kid Parker's dust, but that bull was not very far behind mo. Well, It was up to me to put Mr. Bui] down and out so I ran ran faster than ever before and In a few minutes the bull curled up his tall and turned around. I was not tired. I would have run clear into Maricopa if that bull had kept up the pace. How's that for pretty good condition?" Eddie and the Kid entertain the Maricopa boys every evening with a little pugilistic show. The curtain raises at ,7:30. The boys Jump rope, pull the pulleys, toss the medicine ball, punch the hag for four or five rounds and wind up with a fast six round go and a rub down. Tho scrap- pros have sparring partners a-plenty. The Marioopa hoys are «<•!! pleased with Kddle's condition and will be be- •nipt at tariff revision, at Bryan's i H;\ cUon, would s,,rve only to halt I industrial and commercial progress i and keep business unsettled during i his term of office." i Now that it has devolopc-,1 that the ;"ffendintr paragraph is from the Re. publican platform on which Taft is I '••inning, the country is having- fun j with Ros(;wa:t-r and lhe IV.-. Mr. l H-.van him*. !;' i-nj-iys the joke and j wiys: "A good many unfair things have .., ...'been said, but nothing more unfair little j'ban that said by .Mr. Roscwntei. ' ' ' "To accuse me of using language of the Republican platform is an outrage. "He ought to apologize for this Injustice and explain to his readers that the paragraph he criticizes was taken from the Republican platform Rabbit Drive at Delano Tuesday Tomorrow Is the iliiy for the Dig rabbit drive at Delano. People from nil over the country and across the line Into Tulare county will bo in attendance as •w.ell as some from Los Angeles, who are coming merely to witness lhe novel event. It Is expected the hunters will cover a territory of Home twenty square miles, In on the r;ihbits In the after when the slaughter will occur, will probably li« some guns used clubs will be ihr weapon! danwrousn^s of the firearm exl Inf? that won nun from dr!?o3 long I Many dogs will assist lu corraUng animals. Delano is making preparations! the drive and a bis barbecue wll in order a,fter the drive. It la h| to annihilate about 10,000 of the WRESTLER WANTS A MAT .1. R. Crawford, a mlildlews wrestler, Is here from Iowa loo| for a match. He Is anxious to from anyone who wants a his game. at f\ if" *' y° u k ave ent " es to 1 1 nil MTV rftir tend *° ** at ° nce WUUIILJ I U.IB stock and articles are entere see to it that they are on time and at place for examinatio by committee. A. W. MAC RAE. and not from any speech of mine. "Mr. Rosewater is right, however, in making fun of the language. "He Is right in saying 'nothing prettier In the catch-all line has been offered In this campaign.' He is as right in saying that 'the most hidebound standpatter in the country can accept that as satisfactory and the rank and the free-trader can flnd delight in It.' "This is a rich flnd. It snows how absurd the Republican platform looks to a Republican when the Republican has a chance to look at It In a disinterested way. ; "When Mr. Rosewate? thought that the language quoted was taken from a speech of mine he could see how ridiculous the language was. "I hope his opinion of the language will not change when he finds he was shooting at his own platform instead of me." «• * » * ** • •:• * * •:• •:• >:- •:• •:• * •> * .> •:•.;..; PAINT VOUR HOUSE House painting is my special••"•, F us* nothing but the bogf materials, guarantee my work and charge reasonable price*. I D. MEREDITH, Contractor . 211V 0 «v Pnr,«e Main 17Z S. T,. MACK, On shier S. W. Wlble, President BANK OF Capital Stock, $250,000 Resources, Directors—S. W. Wlble, S. Gugsenbime. General BanUing, Domestic The officers of the Bank will perlence or observation to all ters or business. .) J. MACK. Vice President] O. J. PLANZ, Asst. CashlerJ BAKF.RSFIELD Surphis, §HO,OOC One Million Dollars L. Muck, J. J. Mrxck, J. M. Keith, L| aForeisn Exchange. Letters of be glad to give the benefit ofr their f xl 'pportsons desiring Information ou niatl C. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Lleber's Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. * •{• . J. •{• .3. ROUGH DRY Did You Know i We will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets, [towels, slips, counterpanes, etc, jstarch all pieces that require, [starching and return to you for (only 6 cents per pound? If you are in a hurry telephone If or us to call Friday morning land have them returned Saturday (evening. Give us a trial. Satisfactionguaranteed. Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY j hind him to a man when tin i conies off. K' flslit $50 Cash Premiums 1° first; $10 second third; fifteen $1 , " L. each. Easily earned In an hour or more by any boy or 8 lrl, man or woman, but one In each farnlly, without any cost to you, and no peddling or canvassing. And to .ach one competing, we will also give a small useful article. Send coital for particulars, mentioning this paper, to WEST COAST MILL, 705-709 So. Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. EXTRA FINE APPLES i GROWN AT TEHACHAPI.; i Jolui Kic'hevi-rry was in I'l'ini Old j Town ear'y in 'lie \vei-r. tiil.ii.. 1 orders ; for those ;':itiiiiu.-i beilcllem- apples j that grow mi tlu> Hraxiui; Cogar • ranch. Tlu> '-rop is iarse tiis year i and I.-, meeting ready Hale, in bun- 1 j<!re<J i.ciiiiiil Jots. ;tf t wit anil a half cents per pound.—Tomahawk. Shipped to China—The body of! Choo 1,1, the former "mayor of Chinatown," was shipped to San Francisco last evening. It will leave for Can, ton, China, tomorrow. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind QUICK TIME TO Kansas lily St. Louis and Chicago ON THE GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Pullman and Touriit Cari. Splendid Dining Ow Southern Pacific Company

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free