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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1908. A NEW COAT OP PAINT- COSTING, SAY, $2.50 Wiiv nftvr yiMi many dollars iis InmbfT. Now is tlic time t.<» »pply Old Mission Paint. fk;fof? tiff rain. A coat !>e- f(»n» Df.pomhor is worth 13 owAs vflrrwards. .So paint V.HW iboiiw now. Pfoneer Mercantile Co Mria 98. Qn> Ichftmblin EXHIBITORS AT Pills for Blue Teople THE FAIR (Continued Frrrt Page 1.) bred g new in the of a Ionic liixnticc. lrt..rMato<l in all coses of liv«r trouble; will remedy habitual constipation. will him; to try l.i» know how good arc. e M liox. MXERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PMOME MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I 8U. F. H. Baldwin, one standard yearling colt. Dr. Sears—Standard bred stallion, Richard B. R. T. Wllhlte—Two 2-year olfl colts. Louis Schmidt—Twelve year old standard bred stallion. Bonham and Fllhen—One Norman Percheron stallion. II. J. Brandt—One Percheron stallion. .T. B. McCutchen—One Percheron stallion. C. B. Alexander—One Percheron stallion. Bakersfleld Belgian Horse Company—One Belgian stallion. R. A. Drown—One 2-year old colt. .1. A. Ogden—One stallion, one thor- oughbrad saddle horse. Palsy Roberts—Saddle horse. Peter 01111—One jack, two mule colls, one yearling colt, one suckling colt, one brood mare. F. M. Snow—Two work mules, one mule colt. Farm Products. ,T. E. Jenkins—Egyptian corn. Archie Burnett—Five varieties of grapes. Mrs. Lee Burgess—Six varieties of apples, one plate quinces. Tracy Stock and Ovtrlch Farm— Complete exhibit farm products including spineless cactus. Mrs. Upton—Poaberry pears, win- Small Ads Inserted in the Californian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements FRATERNAL 8. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. H.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock at Bagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend, S. Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS— KenHLodge No. 76, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial Invitation to visiting Knights. DEGREE OF HONOR tor and Ellis pears, English Colmp VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78, D of H. —Meets first and third Fridays In each month at A. O. U. W. hall at 8 p. m. Visiting members cordially Invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. W —Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. Hali, No. 1621 Nineteenth street Visiting members cordially invltod. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Talches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m. In the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially Invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. of R The Californian cl&uifled advertising columns art the belt medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week 80o Five lines, three days •_ 28 ° WANTED I FOB 1ALE—MHOELLANEOUl FOCHD^O.« .-.-;«*« r ^,! u ig^sssr^f¥. miles south of Blancos. Sunday, September 22, a felt Stetson hat, almost new. Owuer can have same. by paying for ad. Adrew Connors, Lakeside Ranch. WANTBD—Woman to do ge«eral houaework. Call up Main 1141. tf WANTED—Cilrl wants to do general No washing.. Ring up 61 rey. O. box 37, Bakersfleld. SWEET POTATOES—Grown by W. C. Scarlett. To be had at Duncan's store. 62 JEERS AMI CHEERS AT HEARST MEETING SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 10.—A big crowd gathered at the Central Theater tonight to listen to Hearst and Hlsgen and many scenes of confusion marked tne meeting. Much disorder followed the asking of a question by a man in the audience relative to the graft prosecution and Hearst was hissed while attempting to explain. The confusion was prolonged for over ten minutes. When the questioner tried to speak he in turn was hooted. The audience Interrupted frequently. Heney was there and in reply to a challenge from him, Hearst said: "Mr. Heney Is willing to meet any one who Is respectable, but no one who Is respectable, wants to meet Mr. Heney. Mr. Heney should address the citizens from a pillory, where he belongs." The burden of Hearst's talk was that the Standard Oil owned all the parties but his. HIGHEST CASH PAID forbid rags, sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. ephone Main 79!). Tel tf Lama Back. This ailment is usually caused by September 10, 1908 g&ODEN WEST HOTEL PIONEER HOTEL OF S. F. O.ir }>mv.'ll iind Kills Sts. Sun I'YancNc'i, t';il FRED P. PL.AGEMANN, I'roprli'tor !Vi" r» Dnildiir-v ICvcry Modern '<V)i»v»iii<'in-i'. l",n Rooms. Opf.o:.i!i' llailrnad .-mil rfli';i!i;- ^t >', t,'Hir<M. lii Hi" Hi-•(!•( of the f'V'.v. V": ;n'i'i;ill.\ convi'liii'iit Tor tea "<•.•!'Wi; nidi. * CHESTER AVENUE * * NURSERY * .9, »j, * At.S'ERT WEEDALU, Prop. •<• •*• yiesl-Otasfl Nursery Slock, Trees, •!• ••A IfcraMx;, Rosen, Cut Flowers, Fir.'- •!• * »1 JiUftjiiTiM. Orders promptly flll«sd •$• * Csernor Sixth St. and Chester A<-«. •'•• Main. 745 * grapes. C. W. Halner—Honey vinegar. Fine Arts. Mrs. M. R. Miller—Collection of netting made by lady of 86 years, four oil paintings. Mrs. F. P. Holt—Satin pofa pillow, satin cushion silk embroidery work, one oil painting. Cline Buntain—Nine cartoons. Mrs. R. B. Taylor—Two old brass candlesticks, six silver forks, one pair andirons, two baby caps, three hand embroidered handkerchiefs. Hnttie Haynes—One sofa pillow. Mrs. Frnnk Holt—One hand-painted cushion, one hand embroidered center piece, one oil painting. Mrs. Andrew Hancock—Four pieces pyrography. Pearl Ward—Collection pen and Ink drawings. Mrs. n. B. Emery—One velvet couch cover. Mrs. M. E. Dohy—One velvet couch cover. Mrs. n. Phillips—Spanish drawn work. L B. Poby—One silk couch cover. , Tracy Slock and Ostrich Farm-lKERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ("nllection water colors. ! ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed- Mrs. \v. P. Roii7.cf—One hand' nesday night at S p. m. Visiting fpillt.'d quilt, one piece quilting. . ' companions cordial:;.' incited. i A. H. Woods -Three borne made 1 E. ..I. FRIANT. H. P. i Mr.-. T'pton —One rmbroi.lerrd ' OI ?P EI ?_ OF OWLS—TMlierafleH nest housework. Main SI 2. WANTED— A dressmaker. For par- DURING BALANCE OF THIS tluulars inquire at 2209 F street. 64 i MONTH and until Oct. 15th, we -- will offer exceptional bargains throughout our entire l.iie. If you ar e in the market for a watch, diamond, Jewelry, clock, musical Instrument, gun pistol, suit case, trunk, or any o£ 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 Com- 1406 19th St^vBakers- tf rheumatism of the muscles of the small of the back, and Is quickly cured by applying Chamberlain's Llnl- raerit two or three times a day and massaging the parts at each application. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakers- flo!(?; Kern Drug Co., Kern. • WANTED—By a Japanese boy, work by the hour; either day or night. Any kind of work except cooking or waiting on table. Inquire at 1326 Twentieth St. 6 1 WANTED—By a Japanese boy, to cook in kitchen, or to do general housework. Good cook. Address Y, care of the Californian office. 60 WANTED — Near Bakersfield, Cal., resident property, land and fruit farms. Owners ccsimunlcation only. Address W. F. Haley, immigrant and Real Estate Agency. 16V£ Howard street, Spokane, Wash. 60 WANTED—Gooft, gentle driving horse weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf \OUR MATTRESSES are not loo old to be made over. You spend a third of your life In bed, so have them made over by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Q street, Kern. Upholstering and repairing in all branches, carpet cleaning, etc. Telephone Ma'n 398. tf pany, 1404 fleld. FOR SALE CHEAP—A milk testing machine, new. Inquire at Junk store, 22d and Main 799. M streets. Phone 67 MARX—WANTED—Present or last known address of Gustaf Adolph Marx, nor or formerly of Bakersfield. Liberal reward. Relatives seek him. Address Von A. Schneider, general delivery, Akron, Ohio. 61 FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m., In K. of P. hall, in Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R, G. Lib-! by. Treasurer. ! MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades by actual wovk, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced student's wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Ninth, Los Angeles. tf LOMT AND POUND umvii "i mhroidered chemise, one: No - !"-- meets every Tuesda> at 8] j.^jv,' n . w 'nrC I'liibvoidi-reil baby skirt, hair work' I'- '"•• llt -^ud'a hall. Visiting; LOST—Silver match case with Initial* "R. C. F." Finfler will please leavf ;it Fairbanks Morse Co. ;m> 1. 'OR SALE—About 100 f ons of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfelrt. a FOR SALE—Forty thoroughbred black Mlnorcas, hens and pullets; also fifty Homer pigeons. 2224 19th street, phone Main 267. tf FOB BALE—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—One furnished brick cottage, situated on four lots. Small payment down and easy monthly payments. Inquire at 801 Q ctreet Kern. 68 EMPLOYMNT AGENCIES THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT office. Help of all kinds furnished. Women especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main 637. H. H. Wilson. tf WELL BOEEB8 B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Ournow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersv- field R. F. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf MISS HAZEL WILBUR, teacher of piano. Terms reasonable. Res. 1824 22nd street Phone Main 1490. tf H. 0. HARNESS With J. W. Brocxman Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Guiles Block Phone Main 232 Bakersfleld, Cal PAYNE |& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULACNE Answered Day or Night S. McKee—One sofa Walton —Six oil : paintings, eij;hi wat'T colors, hand \ painted china. Mercantile Exhibits. F. 11. Mercer—Carriage painting. Hakersfleld Cigar Factory—Cigars. E. H. Mouser—Exhibit mounted [ birds. i Erb & Drury—Automobiles. j H. M. Nightengale—Sewing ma-1 chines. j Special Exhibits. Mrs. A. Kilbourn—Angora cat and kittens. J. A. Johnson—Bloodhounds. The fair at'Hanford closes tonight and the horses, which am to enter the races here next week will bo shipped from the Kings county capital tomorrow morning, arriving here In the evening. Official starter Ed Smith will arrive tonight also and In con junction with William T. Lutz, chairman of the race program committee, the list of daily events will be drawn p. Monday night the first drawing vill be had, tho entries to be made n the races Tuesday afternoon. The ivernlght entry rule will be In force There promises to be a most excel ent program of races dally. Mr ,ut7, says that the interest In the game ocally bus shown Itself In the number of local horses entered and Inquiries from the north have also been recclv srl in large number. members cordially inntel. W. S.' I,OST— -On Truxtun avenue, between Renfro, president; Joe Mackey, sec-j o an ,i n streets, a white linen belt retary- i wifll st etl buckle. Finder will please leave same at tills office. 02 PHYSCIAN BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM • 2205 K Street. Phono Main 414 DR. J. L. CARSON Resumes practice In Bakersfleld. Of- ces 301-2-3. Producers' Saving Bank ulldlng." Hours dally. Telephone daln 66. Residence, Main 48; South- rn Hotel. LOST—A coach do;?, female; black, with white spots; about '.', years old. Tag Phoenix, Ariz , dog tax. Finder please notify J. E. Yancey, 1102 L street, or phone Main 577. tf ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN IN VESTMENT ,—Then look, at the bif.. house on the southwest' corner of H and ISth street; lot ysi,:,xll5 ft. Splendid for boarding house. an;l the price is right. See me about it. R. A. Moore, the real ostttto man; room 11, Hopkins building; phone Main THRElc^VI'lAlT LEASE—1 £> acre dairy ranch; f.o in alfalfa; -10 cows: 4 horses, farm implements, fi-room house; cow burn; separator; liberal terms to ijood man. Box 101, Oakland, Cal. tf JUYAN MAY NOT'WIN—But you will if you stake your money on this con- ner; Hit feel facing on I street, with all buildings, known as the Panama Stables, corner of 23rd and I streets. HAVE YOUR HOUSE CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering In all of its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell, 306 K st; telephone Main 39S. tf NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Mascot Oil Comnanv Principal place of business Camp on X. K. 'i section liii. Township ',\'2 South. Ranue l':i East. Iv-vn Countv. California. Notice is hereby uiven that at a uieelinir of the Hoard ot Directors of lie Mascot Oil Company, a corpora- ion, held on the Fifth dav of October. '.HI*, an assessment of five cents per hare was levied uiioti the capital OR. LUNG CHOW OUCK ON TONG CO. ORUQ STORE 19th and Q. Bakersfleld, «•* * *** ***•:• * _____ BAKEBSFIELP » KSHPkOYMENT BUREAU '~ Ifc HMUm ywi want reliable nelp ot •) )•> mty letod tt no cost to you call H tfe w» up. We Uao supply Chinese •! upanesu help. 313. 1219 19th St »f* •*«»*» »J* »¥* «J* »J* *J« *5* *J* *J* »3 OLD BELXABLE Painters •NYDER & JACKSON Bstnting in all branohea. tr Decorations a Bpe- GABBIAOE PALNTINa •ION! Main 1138 1527 Wall «t BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BU RBAXJ—When you want reliable help of any kind at no cost to you call us up. We also supply Chin eso and Japanese help, street. Phone 313. 1219 19th tf JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished male or female, for hotels, restau rants, housework, otc. Ranch hand nud laborers furnished on short no (Ice, day or contract. A. S. Takay ainn, 2100 L at. Phono Main 1074. FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring u Main 218, Buckeye Ernploymen Agency, C. C. Scrlbnor & Co., pro prletors. The best of male and fe main help on the shortest posslbl notice. 1234 19th street, Walter Hotel, Bakersfield. Cal. tf CLEANING ANlTDYEING ELECTRIC AND FRENCH CLEAN ing ami pressing Works, 1913 K st Phono Main -136; suits cleaned an pressed, $1.50. Prompt service. Suit called for and delivered. Oberlander & Uberlander, props. DR. R. B. BEES - Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over lughes drug store. Phoue Main 364. DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Ihester ave., and 19th st.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfleld. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. T—Gold collar pin set with onyx. Valuable as an heirloom. Finder return to J. Jameson at Redllck's and receive reward. 62 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Dr. Brown's nice residence property, 1727 Baker street, Kern; new two story house, 150 foot lot with 50 fruit and nut trees. 72 FOR. SALE—A sound, young driving horse, dark bay. Drlrea single and double. Injulre 1201 Ifttfc St. 65 FOR SALE— Bay mare, suitable for lady. Good driver. Exchange stable. Ask for Dixie, 61 FOR RENT HOUSE FOR P.ENT—1027.Miller st. Kern. Apply at 1129 N street, Kern or phone Main 389. tf FOR RENT—Three nicely furnished DB. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Main 210. Rooms 207, 20S and 215, Producers Bank building. DB. A. F. 80HAFEB Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. DB. F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 306, Producers Bank building. Office hours from 11 to 12 n. m., and 3 to 5 p. m. Telephone Main 1502. RPS. Main •',!'.'. housekeeping rooms. 2117 18th street. No children t PASTURAGE—Iwo mites from town for horses or cattle; good feed shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 13S. tf FURNISHED ROOMS—Single or in housekeeping suites, with gas nm electric lights. Hot and cold baths and use of telephone free. The Wil low, 1223% 19th street. E. L. Wil low, proprietor. t FOR RENT—Eighty acre& of alfalfa and grain land with water right work horses and farming imple ments. Inquire at 1708 Truxtun avenue. tf CHATEAU FRENCH LAUNDRY— Ring them up and have your suits cleaned or sponged without fading. Also silks, laces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French expert. 1512 ISth st. Phono Main 1605. tf JEW AND SfiCOND HAND Purnltura at A. Lincoln's store, Fourteenth DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office ami Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and fi, Hopkins Buildlne. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office luniVsi 10 a. m. to U m.; - to 1 p. m. Phone Main 249. 12200 WILL BUY this nice eight room brick, No. 2C31 M street. On ly $500 cash. You can make th balance keeping boarders. R. A Moore, room 11, Hopkins building Phone Main 433. 59 FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD ATTORNEYS E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law Room 29, Bank of Bakersfleld building. Telephone Main 240. and OEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law Notary Public. Office, Stoner building, corner Chester avenue and street and Chester avenue. A gen- j7t n atreet. Telephone Main 67. eral line of household furnishings ., ——___^_ always at band. And at price* THOS. 100TT •nailer than elsewhere in Bakers- Attorney and Counaetor at Uw field, Phon» Mftln MS. Oflk» otw tte Buk ot BahtntfUM. WINTF.HS, BRIDGES, S1MPSOX CO 1SOO K street, phone Main 134; now and second hand furniture hough and F Id; houses furnished on eas\ instil!' "splits; furniture rented montl.'.y; special Kranltoware and Frice onlv R, A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building; 'phone Main 43:1. GO fEN ACRES, $50 CASH—Balance $1 per month. Price $25 per acre. No taxes, no Interest. No risk. Profits certain. Located half mile from R. R. station, six miles from Bakersfield. Land level. No hardpan or alkali. Orange, fruit, and "Ine 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 re served. SUNSET REALTY CO.. Fresno, Cal. tf MIND WHAT I TMHJL YOU—Yell will miig one of the best investments la Bakers&eld if you don't take this ten room Mouse, two baths, electric- light, gas, etc., on «orner lot 98 1-3 feet froat, clone la. For partloulara see R. A. Moore, the real estate mau, room 11, Hopkins Bldg. 62 NOTICE—A chance to go into a good business on small capital. On ac count of ill health I, -mi cutting down the Shady Grove Hatchery. I offei $150 worth of Petaluma Incubatqrs and brooders, all new, for $75; 45 Buff Leghorns, Llndgren stock worth $;i each, for $30; two dozen fine duckg_, and on dozen bronzy turkeys, Edherts stock, for $25. Call up Farmers 7x2. 6!1 * * * * * * •:• •:•*•?•*<•*** E. H. LOVELAND •—"—— Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, * Eggs, and all farm products, + LESSER HiRSHFELD Real Estate and Flro Insurance. Room 5, Conkllu bullding,1926 Chester Ave W, W. KELLY, Real Estate ant Insurance Room 4, up stairs, corner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phone Main 149. kltclu -i utensils. 25c. tf Californian ads bring quick returns. HARNESS OIL HARNESS OIL—for harness, carriages, buggies, etc. W. H. Wickham'a Improved Water Proof Oil is the best. For sale by W. Moyle, 1713 Chester ave. Phone Mala 129L tock of the corporation, nediatelv to tne Secretarv lorntion. at the branch o oimmuv. tfoom 4i3 k Bui iorporation, payable 1m- •v of the cor- offlce of the 3an . ildinti. corner . streets. Los Aneeles. itizen's National Third and Main ifornia. Anv 'stock uupn which this assess- Anv sto iient shall av of No . l remain unuaid on the. 1 BIB! mu 'ovember. 1908. wl on the ill be < me ] uent and 'advertised ', "for"sale" v at ' mi j>- Ic auction, and. unless navment is ade before, will be sold on the 5th of December. 1908. to i>av the d«- av [Inauent assessment. :osts of advertising QEeth«r sa Se - le - „ ». .ecretarv of M nee. rooi ascot 413 Ci tizen s e d«with. Comiiany Of- iia N a d tlona . Bank bufldinit. corner Third and Mam streets. Los Aneeles. Calltor- nla. lo-h FOR SALE! A carload of Oregon horses and mares weighing 900 to 1500 Ibs. Some nice matched teams. Saddle and driving horses. At Dexter Stables, 19th and N Sts. PATENTS PATENTS—Hazttra & Strauss. Lo» Angeles. Patent book tree. Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWN8END, LYON, HAOKLEY 604-7 Merchant*' Trust Bldg Lot Angeles, Cal, Patents Chimney Sweep in Town Guarantees work all perfect satisfaction. Leave orders at The Bak- erafleld Plumbing Co., 1927 X street. Phone Main 631

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