The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 8, 1908 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 8, 1908
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A SEW COAT OF PAINT— COSTING SAY, $2.50 Fii\»l"T. Nd\v is lh<' timo „,.)>';»• Old Mission Paint. ?-••)!•,•: flit- rain. A eoat he- )Vut>Tnbor is worth H ;•:!>. "/wards. KD paint r..wi,si' now. Pkmeer Mercantile Co Etsoa* Mtin 98. Oni •chamblin <Blae Pilts for Blue People new in the line ol' it lonie liiSiltice. 8)>...ii'-;it''-l iii nil ciises ni' livA'i' l.ntv.Ule : will reine'ly Sinbiltm! eon^'ijKit iiin. 'f''ni \vi!i li;t\'e )i) try I'hiYi! 1» )<I)OW llnW L'HIM! ?h\-y are. iUKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I OU. September 10, 1908 SODEN WEST HOTEL PIONEER HOTEL OF S. F. fn, Pn\vell and lOllis Sts. ~!,l'l I- i ,ll|i i.^i n, ( ';ll ?RE.O P. PLAGEMANN, •*• CHESTER AVENUE JNURSERY *«l-8ERT WEEDALL, Prop. ^ Krec^i'.'-iKH Kiiriiery Slock, Trees, * Sftvual!!:. f!o.-!"n. Cut Flowers, Fl< .•» %"? V'»i-.viK\i - Orders promptly fii'.jd * t3sv»*r Sixth St. and Chester A^-e. 4» Vhtne, Main 745 + * * * ^ ••• •• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• PAYNE |& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AM6ULAGNE Pftmtte Answered Day or Night ^*^^^^^^"^^B^^i^^HHBMHHl^^^^M More Work On The Aqueduct Two moic' sec[Ions of the Aqueduct arc to be offered to private contractors by Hie Board of Public Works. Within the next few days the board will advertise for hlds fop the digging of eleven miles of ditch In the Fairniont-Ncenach division of the Antelope section, which Is on the Mojave desert, The engineers of the Aqueduct Bu rean are now preparing the specifications for the Saugus division, on this side of the Sierra Madre mountains, and this also will be advertised for hid:-. The division consists of fifteen miles of hilly country. Contractors will be asked to bid only on ihu excavating. Work on Ihe actual digging of the coiuliili is going on in real earnest at several places along the line. The big dredger is digging a channel below the intake near Indepndence. Work will soon be under way at Indian Wiells. The railroad Is being pushed northward rapidly by the Southern Pacific and will be at Indian Wells in about sixty days. Eleven tunnels have been opened on sections 2 and 3 of (he Jawbone dlvii-ion ar.d the railroad is now ready to construct a spur line to the first section of the division. Two big steam shovels are working near Mojave o n the long stretch of open ditch across the Mojave desert and (wo morp shovels will be set up and put in operation within sixty days. At Elix.tbeih haiu; gangs are worked day and night on four faces of the tunnel through the solid rock. They are working at both ends, toward each other,, and two other gangs are working away from each other to(ward the ends from a shaft 183 foet deep sunk from the top of the mountain. Altogether, about l,">iiO men are being employed and the number will be increased daily.—Los Angeles Ex press. C. A. Newman, learner of vinl'?. Phone .Main 501. Producers ttaak building. tf Doctor—The room seems cold, Mrs Hooligan. Haiv yon kept the thermometer at "n as I told you. Mrs. Hooligan —Sure an' Ol hev, df'cihor. There's the thing in a loom. !)]'•! ay warrnni waiher nt this > d minimi. Philadelphia Inquirer. MISS \\.\7.\-]. WII.IU'R. teach, r piaiii.. Ti rni" reasonable. Res. 1 22nd stm,.t. Phone Main ] l:m. Small Ads Inserted in the Caiifornian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Direo tory and Fraternal Announcements The Caiifornian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your want*. Five lines, one week 60o Five lines, three days 25o FBATERNA& WANTED 8. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakerafleld Lodge No. iititi, U. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Cheater avenue. Visiting brethren cordially i/avlted to attend, initiation every other Tuesday. Chaa. A. Lee, E. It.; 0 S. Merone'y, Secretary. WANTED—ny Japanese lioys, one to cook and the other to wash dishes and wait on (able In hotel, boarding house or oil fields. (Jood cook: can furnish recommendations. Address "Y," care of t'iillfornlan office, 50 WANTED—Japanese desires position as cook. Eight years In last place. Address "S" Caiifornian office. 5!l ascot Oil Comnany.Princlpal place "IB, CaniD on N. E. Vi SP"""" hip ;!2 South, Ranee 23 California, hereby given that ' • ' Direct uslnes Townsf n /Vn Kern County. C« Notice is li of th East. at u of he Board ol Directors of Oil Uomminv. u corpora- the Fifth dnv of October. _ otice nicotine ._ the Mascot tion. held on tile Firth dnv o UMiS. an assessment of live cents per share watt levied in>on the camta! stock of tho corporation, payable 'ni- nicdlatclv to the Secretary ol the corporation, lit the branch office- of the Company. Itoom 413 Citizens National llank Uulldlnu. corner Third and Main streets, Los Aneeles. California. this 13 USSeSH- Ahv stock upon "which ment shall remain unpaid op L the, Mtn dav of November. 1908. will be delln- auent ana advertised tor sale at nubile auction, and, unless payment In made before, will be sold on the 5th day of December. 19U8. to pay the de- linauent assessment, tottether with costs of advertising and..expenses ot sale. W. Mi WALLACE. Secretary of Mascot Oil Cpmpqnv. Office, rooni 413 Citizens , National UanU buildlnc. corner Third and Main streets, l.os Aneeles. Calltor- nla. I'M! FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES,' Aerie No. 93, meets every Wedne* i day evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle l H',0v:k 19th street. Visiting breth- ! ren are cordially invited to attend S, Sweitzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carrolli' Secretary. WANTED— Uooin and board for lady for one month or less, beginning October l.~>. Must be within four; blocks of rit. Clair hospital. Ad- , dress, A. L. Bat-liar, Wasco, Cal. 58 ; FOB BALE—JfliaCELLANEOTJi FOR SALE—One Colyurnhus cut surrey. New, rubber-tired. Apply P. O. box 117, Bakevsfleld. tf NOTICE O PROPER- SALE OF PE EEPING. SONAL, AND SAFE _Notlce I7tll hereby given, that on tho October., lyiis. at the hour WANTED—-1'osltori V>y experienced nurs": cnnfiiii ircnt ca.-sea a specialty. Phone Main L'i;:>. 1521 17th> 56 iC. II. IjOVBLANU has just received a car of fine northern potatoes. Why eat poor potatoes when you can get good ones. Ask your grocer for northern potatoes if yon want something real good. tf dersigned the following — WANTED—A good second-hand pow- M tc ~,««f „ vr \ g<> \ er feed cutter with blower. Address rr™™™ 1 ^.rismf'r SWEET POTATOES—Grown by \V. C. Scarlett. To be had at Duncan's store. 62 Knights. DEQREEOF ONOR VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78, D of H —Meets first and third Fridays In l each mouth at A. O. U. W. hall at S p. m. Visiting members cordially i Invjted. Mrs. Horn L. Cabe, C. of H. i Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 01, A. O u7 Wl I —Meets every Thursday evening at I S p. m,, A. O. U. \V. Mali, No. 1629 | Nineteenth street. Visiting men> ! hers cordially invited. O R. West,' M. W.; C. W. Curtzwiler, Recorder, | WANTED—Room and board in private fiunily by gentleman, either In Kern or Bakersfield; references furnished. Address "E. E." c ire of the Caiifor- nian olftce. OS WANTED—By a Japanese boy, work by the hour; either day or night. Any hind of work except cooking or waiting on talile. Inquire at 1326 Twentieth St. 01 WANTED—By a Japanese boy. to cook in kitchen, or to do general housework. Good cook. Address Y, care of the Caiifornian office, tin HIGHEST CASH PAID for old rage, sacks, bottles, iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Telephone .Main 7!>.0. tf IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— | Talches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731, Meets every Wed-, tiesday at 8 p. m. in the Workman i Hall. Nineteenth street. Visiting | •"embers cordially invited. J. M• j W ANTED-Ooo«, K entle"driving horse Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis,, we i g hing lluo or 1200 pounds. Must i be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin WANTED—Near Bakerstieid, Oil., resident property, land and _fruit faring Owners eu.' •iiunieation only. Address W. F. Hah and Real Estate Agency ard .street, Spokane, Wash. tin i TURING BALANCE OF THIS MONTH and until Oct. 15th, we will offer exceptional bargains throughout our entire line. If you are-In the market for a watch, diamond, jewelry, clock, musical Instrument, gun pistol, suit case, trunk, or any of the numerous articles we carry large stocks of, call and let us show you what bargains we have to offer. A present to every lady purchaser next ten days. William H. Stanton Jewelry Company, 140-1 1406 I9th St., Bakcra- field. tf sell at public auction _ personal nropertv In i'ronl of the undersigned's, store at. Kamoso. Kern Countv. California, towit: 1 ;;-inch nine. 21 feet long; 1 large anvil: 1 lo-incii nine. In feet long; 2 ID-inch nines. 12 leet long; l Hi-inch nine. Ill feel long: 2 10-Inch pipes. 2i> feet loni:: 1 S-incli sand iiunin. 20 leet long; 1 b-inch s:im| pump: it feet long: 1 ti-inch drill. f> feet long. 1 Hue cleaner. 20 teet long: 1 1-inch damn; 1 grab, hook: 2 large cbiniDs for holding Dine: 1 large wrench ulioiii r. leet lone: 1 heavy drill, (i-lo. l'i feet Ions;, to sutistv the undersigned's lien lor protection and safe keeping of said nrotiertv In the undersigned's premises in the town of Famosn. Kern County. Calltornla. or so much (hereof as may be necessary to satisfy said lien and costs.ot sale, said lieu being for the sum ot Sl.AOO 'or the last two years. I he said personal properly snixised to belong to Ihe Common Wealth Oil Company, or others unknown to tin- That the undersigned came luwluHv into the possession of the personal proner- tv and lias protected and^.ue guariletl NOTICE OF_ASSESSMENT. Snrineneld Oil Company. Location of principal place of buslnoss. Bakers- •>'• Immigrant FOR SALE CHEAP—A milk testing ;y. Ib'i. How-, nm( . n |, lei ntnv inquire at junk store, 22d and M streets. Phone Main 79'.). C. of R FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD —' Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Broth- '. erhood, meets on the first and third' Wednesday of each month at S p. • , m., in K. of P. hall, In Kern City. ' ' II. H. Brown, President; R. G. Lib- bv. Treasurer. 4. tf HARNESS OIL li MIX ESS Fnr r liani":; W. II. \ I'l-nnf < '•- \V, M n.' M-iin KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS~-Mee'.s every Wed- ii".-day niailt at S p. m. Visiting ..nipantons cordially incited. K. A. FRIANT, H. P. MARX— WANTED — Present or laat known address of Onstaf Adolph Marx, nor or formerly of Bakersfield. Liberal reward. Relatives seek him. Address Von A. Schneider. general delivery, Akron, Ohio. 61 HORSES FOR SALE—Pair of good, well broken young geldings; about lioo pounds each. Also a gentle saddle pony, cheap. J. Bedinger, P. O. box 126, Bakersfleld, Phone Farme/s 45. 58 TOR SALE—Aoout 1UU ions of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particular? enquire at the Dave Hlrshtelrt. « field. California. Notice Is hereby elven that at a nieetine ot the Directors he-Id on the l!4lh day of September. IMit.v an assessment of one and one-oiuirter ceatH per share was levied upon the canttai stock of the corporation, payable Immediately in I'nited States eold coin to i the secretary of said corporation at oflic»- of the company., room 1. Producers Savlnirs Uunk buildine. Bakersfield. California, t , . Any stock upon which this assejs- ment shjill reinaln unnnld on the irh day of November. V.ifis. will be de- liiKliieiit and udyertise 1 ior a-i'.e y.t public auction ami unless puvnient is made before, will be sold on the 'JSth, d<iv of November. T.t'iS. ui pay the de- ilhoiient assessment, together with cost of advertising and exD'-n- 1 "-- •-' " Bv order of 111*- Board of Directors. A. T I.KJHTNKR. Secretary. Offic, in e.s Bank bui streets. Bakersfi MALE HELP WANTED oin No. ildin','. I. Producers Sav- corner liitli and H . Californi.l. Ui..> H. C. HARNESS With J. .V. ErocKtnnn Real Estate and Insurance ROM :'', (ialte.-, HiorU I'hdiie Main 2:!2 Bakersneld, Cal ORDER OF OWLS—naKersfield X". 172. meet? every Tuesday ,' m., lit Maud'V hall, r.i.'inbers cnriiially invite 1 !:• nfrn, pv.'.sideii! ; .Lie M;, r.-'ary. nest ai S Visiilng W. s. WANTED — Men and strongs C'lMiibinatlrm Trade School & t ra- ' ii.a' ( 'o. teaches the trades ae'.inl un,- 1 ,;, electricity, bri- '..'layins:, and pays >!'v1i'Dts \vac«;-s. Free T'ni'Ti S'-hoid 'M' Trail": boys. 124 EH tt DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. 'DRUG STORE Oer. ftth and Q. Bakersfleld. FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD \VI\TICRS, iwincKs. 'SIMPSON"c ; o!" IMHI K street, iihone Main i:',l; new and second hand furniture bnntcht ' and sold; houses furnished on easy Installments; furniture rented 1 monthly: special Rranlleware and kitchen utensils. 2f>c. tf PHYSICIANS^ __ _ BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main -114 LO'iT AND FCUND L(»:?T— In Bii stle eld, a breastpin made n!' hair, wi;h sold mountings. Finder \ylll please leave same at i this office and receive reward. 59 I DR. J. L. CARSON WELL BORERS ;. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keele) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield R. F. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 18L tf Resumes practice In Bakersfield. Offices aoi-2-3, Producers' Saving Batik building. Hours daily. Telephone Main «6. Residence, Main 48; South- ••rn Hotel. DR. R. B. REES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. LOST — C:old riiutne" spectacle-:, sliuhtly broken; In black case. Finder will please leave same at this office and receive reward. fil'i LOST—Silver match case with Initials "R. C. F." Finder will please leave same at Fairbanks Morse Co, and receive reward. CO FOR SALE— Forty thoroughbred ', black Minorcas, liens and pullets; ! also fifty Ilonu-r pigeons. L'L'-'I l!)ihj street, jihone Main 2r,7. tf > FOR SALE— REAL JCSTATE FOR SALE— One furnished brick cottage, sltnateii on four lots. Small payment down and easy monthly pMvmentK. Inquire at Sul Q rlreet, Kern. Alt!-: vnr LOOKI.V; i-'uit VESTMENT .-- Tlien 'nu\ i h'Hi-'e on the >niii!i v. <-si I i ;ui<i !M h M ri-ei ; lot !is Splendid for bo:irdin.4 nous price is ri;j,lit See mi' about A. Moore, th" re;il estate man 1 I, Hopkins building; pliom ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Superior Court of the Countv ol Kern. Stale nf California. In the niiii'.M n' 1 the nniillration 01 Ihe HiMluu Driving Park im: a cornoration, to change its n:im>' m "Kern Counly Agricnlni:.; i A-.-'-'M, lion." It satisfactorily ai>i» i arin-: to me <i\;t; e "Hmlnui Driving i'.ii 1 '; As.-->i.,>' has tiled this dav 'ill alMili.Mlion iaii'-'c ils mime in "K.'rn t'nunlv • . A.-.-.nei.uioji/' i.r.d . t'.:ut. m.iioriiv nf ill.' dir'-cinr.- n. :|ie ••'lirlii!',' Drivniv. I'-n'k A--nci;:- " and llril said iiciilinii stat.-s , •.:' '• -'a^n: - I'nv ri-.- change n] i N' • nf the .-aid c(ir:)cration. ;in-re- EMPLOYMNT AGENCIES THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT office,. Help of all kinds furnished. Women especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main GH7. H. H. Wilson. tf JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands and laborers furnished on short no- Hce, day or contract. A. S. Tokay- arnii. 2100 L sU Phone Main 1074. DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester avc., and 19th St.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfleld. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. rn.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m. FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agoncy, C. C. Scribnor & Co., prc prlctora. The best of mule and fe male help on the shortest possible notice. m4 19th street, Walters Hotel, Bakorsfleld, Cal. tf T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 ami 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfield, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. rn.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Offlre nm \ residence. Main 210. Rooms 207, 208 and 215, Producers Bunk building. 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 dies-' ter avenue rqad house. ' 59 I THREE YEAR LEASE -ll.'i acre dairy ranch; ."u in alf.ilt'a; 40 cows; 4 horses, farm implements, fi-rooin house; cow barn; separator; liberal terms to good man. Box 101, Oakland. Cal. tf LOST—A coach dog, female; black,; with white spots; abc.nt :; years old. i Tag Phoenix, Ariz , dog tax. Finder ' please notify .). K. 'Yancei, litfi' L street, or phone Main C77. if BRYAN MAY NOT WIN—But you will if you slake your money on this con- ner; 104 feet facing on I .street, with all buildings, known as the Panama Stables, corner of 2:ii\l and I streets. I rice only $".">i>o. R. A. - Moore, room 11. Hopkins bnildiiiK; phone Main 4:i::. 60 u' . '(• is hereby ov.Tei'ed. t'ri > In 2 nf the aimlicaiinii fur • i 1 line ill I lie t'liremdll!-' iiroceed'llyS lie, land the sani.- is li.-yehv ser for V'>n- id'iv the '.Mil da 1 , c; Novelii!i'':'. 1'"'-. hit in o'clock a. in. of said dav at <ie- l -lartmeiii one ai ils court, room Ihcr-'nf I in the Conntv conn bouse, Bakerstield. i iilit'ornla. and that a.nv and all persons intere.sied in said mailer to tin and auiiear before this court at the time and ulace aforesaid, and then and there show cause, if iinv. ibev have win' the application lor the change of name of the said cornoration should not be granled. and ii Is further ordered that a ennv nf this order in show cause be published in "The Bakerfield Callfnrnian. u newsuauer printed find published In flit 1 City of Bakersfield. Countv of Kern. State of California, according to law. tor at least four weeks successively next preced- Inir the dav of bearing. Dated this 5th day of October. 11)OS. 10-5 Judge of the Superior'Court! FOUND—Sunday, on road leading to the Roberts ranch nortii of town, one gauntlet driving glo , e. Owner may have same by tali:tig at this office and paying for advertisement. 58 LOST—Between Allison machine shop and Santa Fe depot, a lady's three- quarter length ldn:. ;->.-!-ge jacket. Finder will please leave same at Allison machine shops, nr lelephone Main 1222. 58 BAKERSPIELD •»; EMPLOYMENT BUREAU ^ Wlhsaj you want reliable help of * «Ky fctod ct QO cost to you call <fr ua <c#. We ilso supply Chinese *•> tati Japunosu help. * * * •> * •> 1219 19th St 4 * * * * * * * OLD 1EL1ABLE Painters ANYDER & JACKSON S^uieting in all branches. Decorations a Spe- BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BU- HMAU—When you want reliable help of any kind at no cost to you call us up. Wo also supply Chinese and Japanese help, 1219 19th street. Phone 313. tf DR. A. F. SCHAPER Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms I, ;, 3, ami 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE—Public Stenographer, Hopkins Uldg. Phone Main 107. 30 58 DR. F. W. MITCHELL i \OITR MATTRESSES are not too old: Physician and Surgeon. ' to be made over. Yon spend a third ! Office, rooms 30ii and SOU, Producers' of your life In bed. so have thern j Hank bnlldln-.; Office hours from 11 i made over oy E. C. Crowell, 1150 ! to 12 a. in., and ;; to ;" p. m. Tele-! Q street, Kern. I'pholsterln? aiiil ' phmie Main r.ii^. Ros. Main R12. ! FOR SALE—Bay mare, suitable for I lady. Good driver. Ask for Dixie, Exchange stable. Cl repairing in all cleaning, etc. 3'J8. branches, carpet | Telephone Main I tf FOR RENT PASTURAGE—*'! wo uii'.os from town, tor horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf TEN ACRES, .$50 CASH—Balance $1 per month. Price $2"> per acre. No taxes, no Interest. No risk. Profits certain. Located, half mile from R. R. station, six miles from Bakers- tield. I,and level. No hiirdpan or alkali. Orange, fruit, and vine land, bearing orange orchards near. Fruits ripen for earliest markets. Payments are easy, and land advancing. $100 per acre should be realized for the land before your contract expires. Title,good. Maps and further particulars on application. Right to raise price of land without notice reserved. SUNSET REALTY CO.. Fresno, Cal. tf NOTICE—A chance to go Into a good, business on small capital. On account of ill health I am cull ing down the Shady t!rovi> Hatchery. I offer $l!">0 worlh of I'elalnma Incubators and brooders, all new, for $75; 13 Buff Leghorns. Lindgren slock, worth $1! each, for $:iu; two dozen line ducks, and on do/.en bron/e turkeys, Edherts stock, for $:!.". Call up Fanners 7x'_'. 0:1 CLEANING AND DYEING ELECTRIC AND ing and pressin Phone Main -III:, pressed, $1.50. P called FRENCH CLEAN- Works, HM", K st., ; snlls cleaned and roiiipl service. Suits DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office, and Private Hospital, 1. 2, ", •!. "• and ii. Hoi Special attention to di Ear, Nose and Throat In a. in. to 1. m.; j to Main 21!). rooms Building. -i of Eve, hours, Phone CJARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS MH<Maln 1138 1527 Wall 8t Aakertflald, Cal. for and delivered, Olierland er & Oheriander, prnjis, ] CHATEAU FRENCH LAUNHRY—, Ring them up and have, your suits ' cleaned or sponged wUJumt fading. ! Also silks, laces, lace curtains, eic. ', Everything done by a French export. 1512 18th st. Phone Main I tin;.. tf ATTORNEYS E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Lnw Room !':>, Bank of Ha!:.<••, Ing. Telephone Main 2In. JEW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's ctore, Fourteenth i street and Chester avenue A general line of household furnishings always at hrnd. And at price* •mailer than elsewhere in Bakersfield. Phone Mala 666. Fl'RNISHED nOOMS —.Single or In housekeeping yiilu;s, with gas and eleciric lislus. Hot and cold baths and use ot telephone free. The Willow, 122',; l ' S 10th street. E. L. Wll- )ir>'in'iclor. Caiifornian want ads. Best results t f LESSER HIRSHFELD Hen! Estate and Fin Insurance, ROOD 5, Conklin bullding.1926 Cheater Ave .Nt- Highly acres nf alfalfa | -ain land \vith water right, nrses and lanniiiK 'Iniple- Inquire at I" 11 ;* Truxtnn tf : W, W, KELLY. Real Estate ant* Insurance nnni -I, up stairs, corner Ninoteeuth Street and Chester Avenue Phone Main 149. "It's too bad," said the judge caustically, "that, the defendant should have chosen yon for counsel. You know nothing about law.' "Well, your honor," replied the young lawyer, "i don't need It in thin court."—Philadelphia Press. NOTICE I GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Office, Stoner building, corner Chester avenue and 17th street. Telephone Main 67. THOS. BOOTT Attorney and Counselor «t Law O9c« over the ILL lU'Y this nice. L-lght- ;l,'k, No. i:iuil M street. On- ' 1 cash. You can make the ' • keeping boarders. U. A, j room 11, Hopkins building. ' Main 433. 59 FOR RENT—Eighty acre ranch, near Gosford station, nine miles south west of BakersflelU. H. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Pbone Main 433. 69 PATENT* PATENTS—Haznrc. & Strauaa. lot Angeles. Patent book fra*. Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNBENTJ, LTON, HAOKLEY 604-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal. Patents \ Notice Is Rlvon that I shall apply to the State Board of Prison Directors to be paroled from San Quentin prison, according to the law. 61 ' r. ,u. GLEASON. HAVE YOVR HOt'SK CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, reuiodeleil and laid Mattresses made over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Up- holsterln.c; In all of Its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell. 300 K st; telephone Main 398. t'f

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