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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 13, 1908
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THE BACTRSFIELD CAUFOBNIAN .A NEW COAT OF PAINT- COSTING, SAY, $2.50 Will s;i'i 1 yon iii.iii.v dollars in lumber. Now is tin- time :n apply Old Mission Paint. I >f fore the r;iiii. A coat bc- t'o:v Dcwiiibcr is worth :i «>nts cftITwards. So paint your houso now. Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main GUI Ichamblic e Kae Pills for Blue People Soineltiiiii,' new in lilt- line of it tonic laxatk'O. Indicated in ;ill eases ol liver trouble ; will remedy liiihitiiii) constipation. Yon will Imve in try them to know how 1:1 mil they HIV. 'J."ic a liox. BAKERSHELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I 8t«. Reopened September 10, 1908 EGODEN WEST HOTEL PIONEER HOTEL OF S. F. Cor. I'owell and Kills Sts. S;m Francisco, Cal FRED P. PLAGEMANN, I'roprietoi 4 Ncw IluildiitK- Kvcry Modern Convenience. ir,i| Rooms. Oppose H;iiirci;i(l and Stoinu- i-,lii]i Ofllces. In the lleurt of the City. Ks|iecl.-illy convenient, for traveling men. TRUSTEES MAKE FAIR DONATION At the meeting of t!i<- City Trustees last night, at which little more than the paying of the claims against the city was done, $250 was .subscribed for street work as a donation to the county fair. The board also rebated I tho licenses for the attractions Of I the Pike, which, according to the i business agreement between the man- jagements, is to be paid by the fair association. Joe Yancey, superintendent of streets, was appointed Inspector of the st'wer now under construction, t " j during tho absence of Sewer Inspector Williams, who Is In San Francisco recovering from his recent accident. The salary Is $5 per day. The liquor license governing the Opera Ciii'e was transferred to Mln- chin and Dousing upon the approval of Marshal McKamy an Mayor Bailey. PoundluH'pei Cox made his report for September. He impounded 50 (!OKS during the month, which added to the 2 on hand made a total of 52. One was redeemed and 50 destroyed. Nine dopn and (en cats were found dead o n the streets. .). B. Dorses, C. T. Metcalf and II. A. Edmonds, property owners on D street between Nineteenth and Twentieth, petitioned for the privilege of grading that section of tho street and constructing wooden curbs with cement radius. The petition was granted. Bills Paid. The finance committee reported favorably on the following bills: King Lumber Company, $5.30; A. \\Vill, $4.«n; P. W. Nelderaur, $21.75; ! Dr. Chas. Sears, $8; R. Mongerson, I $42.15; King Lumber Company, $7.08; ] A D. Harrington, $1.25; S. L. Hunt, $15; A. T. Llghtnor, $10.75; Bakersfield Ice Delivery, $6.70; L. F. Bosley, $G; C. N. Johnson, $2; Fairbanks ..Morse Company, $1.65; R. S. Chapman, $35.85; J. Anderson, $9.50; American Towel Supply, $2.50; O'Reilly & Brown, $23.iiU; C. Sorenson, $17.25; J. B. Fry, |U<»; Baer .Bros., $8; Electric Water Company, $5: Kern County Land Company, $11.92; Morrow-Kimball Drug Company, 50 cents; C. N. Johnson, $13.90; M. A. Cox, $104; King Lumber Company, $7.34; E. Toti, $57.50; Archie Davis, $12.50; Archie Davis, $77.50; C, N. Johnson, $3».25; P. Prindevllle, $108.50; Kern County Land Company, $15.43; Baer Bros., $3; Hugh Henry, $7.nll; R. E. White, $7.50; R. E. White. $50; R. Smith, $81; P. Prin-' deville, $105; G. Archlebcts, $(52.50; Haki'i-sflold News Company, $3.70; Tom Sanchez. $35; Bert Howard, $22.r>o; .1. Yancey, $17!); Arthur Davis, $7ii; J. IV Fry, $123; Joe H. Nicholas, $:>,..~,<i; .fas. McKamy, $1.60; C .'i. Willctis, $75; Power, Transit and Light Company. $""(;.(i5; M. W. P.ufllunttm, $37.5ii; M. W, Buffington, :$s'_>.50: J. H. Wiliams, $(55; J. R. Wil' Hums. %\t; U r.recll. $22.5f"; J. K Cox, *:'.".on: II. A. Blodget, ?l-t": Sunset Ho,id Oil Company. $2SO; Al- li-eil llariell, $!''• ',)'>. Small Ads Inserted in the Caiifornian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements FRATJSRNAi The Caiifornian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week Five lines, three days B. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 206, ». P. O. E. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every otter Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. R.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. WANTED FOUND—On Kern Island road, two miles south of Blancos, Sunday, September 22, a felt Stetson hat, almost new. Owner can have sama by [laying for ad. Adrew Connors, Lakeside Ranch. WANTED—Woman to do general housework. Call up Main 1541. tt FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aetle No. 93, meets every Wednes d.iy evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle Blo.k 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend., , . . S. Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll,; WANTED— By a Japanese boy, work FQR gALB CHEA p_A milk testing WANTED—A dressmaker. For particulars Inquire at 2209 F street. 64 FOB BALE—MIBOELLANEOUi FOR SALE—One Colyumbus cut surrey. New, rubber-tired. Apply P, O. box 37, Bakersfleld. tf SWEET POTATOES—Grown by W. To be had at Duncan's TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1968^ MISS CUNNINGHAM SCORES AGAIN The Genevlevfc Cunningham Company made another pronounced hit. last night nt tho Union with the opening production of this week's bUl, "When \Ve Were Twenty-one." A good sized audience was again In attendance and was very demonstrative n Its approval of the excellent acting and the clever specialities between acts. Curtain calls were numerous. "When We Were Twenty-one" is a well known play, one of Nat Goodwin's most famous successes. The Cunningham actors and actresses acquitted theselves splendidly and the work of Miss Cunningham ami her leading man, Tedd Brackett, was of especially high character. Miss Cunningham had splendid opportunity to display her talent and she made a most charming Phyllis. The stage settings were elaborate. The effects were fine and added much to the pleasure of the performance. C. Scarlett, store. 62 HIGHEST CASH PAID for old rags, sacks, bottles, iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Tel ephone Main 799. tf Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—KenHLodge N'o. 76, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock ID I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial Invitation to visiting! WANTED—Oooa, gentle driving norse by the hour; either day or night. Any kind of work except cooking or waiting on table. Inquire at 1326 Twentieth St. 61 Knights. DEGREE OF HONOR VALENTINE LODGE, No. Ti. 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. weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, U'.u i. tf MALE HELP WANTED JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. W —Meets every Thursday evening at S p. m., A. O. U. W. Hali, No. 162« Nineteenth street Visiting members cordially Invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. ;(VIPROVED"ORDER OF REDMEN— Talches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m. In the Workman Hull, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially Invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. of R WANTED—Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades by actual work, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Ninth, Los Angeles. tf 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. Libby. Treasurer. LOUT AND FOUND machine, new. Inquire at junk store, 22d and M streets. Phone Main 799. 67 FOR SALE—Forty thoroughbred black Mlnorcas, hens and pullets; also fifty Homer pigeons. 2224 19th street, phone Main 257. tt FOB SALE—REAL E8TATI FOR SALE—One furnished brick cot^ tage, situated on four lots. Small payment down and easy monthly payments. Inquire at 801 Q ctreet, Kern. 68 Miss Cunningham certainly outclasses by far the other stock companies that have played here, In this feature, too. The specialties were good. The Illustrated songs and moving pictures were new and the singing and mono- ogue of Harry Stuart and Herbert Vugent brought, much applause for he clever performers. -One of the novel features of the evening was the wearing of the much discussed dlrec- orio gown by Miss Mae Roberts. >laylng the part of "the firefly." The •own was of flaming red material and very attractive. .». • Pearl—Do you think they will ever reduce the alarming number of divorces among theatrical folks? Ruby—Sure. Pearl—And when, my dear? Ruby—Why, when all the lawyers :iang out signs "Divorces Procured Without Publicity."—Chicago News. STRAYED—From Houoway dairy two yearling colts, one a sorrel filly with white face, and the other an Iron gray horse with split ear. A reward will be given for their recovery. Please notify this •office. 64 FOR SALE—A splendid 5 room plast tered house, bath, toilet, etc., stable nice lawn and shady, on 66 foot lot, near Santa Fe depot; just the place for railroad man; for only $2600. See R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins bldg Phone Main 483. G KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets ever:-- Wed nesilay night at 8 p. ra. Visiting companions cordially inwited. E. 1,1. FRIANT, H. P. FOUND—A young sorrel mare, with halter, sixteen hands high, oame to my place Saturday night. Owner may have property by calling at .016 Chester avenue. James Weed- all. 64 CHS3TER AVENUE NURSERY 4 ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * •* First-clans Nursery Stock, Trees, * •V ShmbbR, Roses, Cut Flowers, Fl<v- •?• •* al Designs. Orders promptly filled •}• * Corner Sixth St. and Chester A^. * * 'Ph«ne, Main 745 * REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, |{. A. .Moi'l'*' and wife in Nellie \.. ..; } Kaii'hanKs, $lu; Lot HI, I.lock •!, Lowit rll addition. liiikiTsfk-hl. , FtunUIn X-'ff and wife' to John B. * N !'!'. $1»; all section Hi. 10-1 I. *j Kern Comity Land Company to .Pnvue * Son.'$">, iic., lots I! and 4, ORDER OF OWLS—naUersfleld neat No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m., nt Maud's hall. VUiting members cordially invited. W. S. Ui'iil'ro, president; Joe Mnekey, sec- rotary. PHYSICIANS BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 least in feet 42t'>, Bakers- PAYNE }& SON b Funeral Directors Embalmers AMullAlNE Phone Answered Day or Night field. K. I 1 . Lieb to Christian. $10; I'ine Tree mine on Uodtl.sli Creek. Mis. Kll/abetli O'Neil to Allen Os- ineitt, $);::.; |iart loi ti, block K, Kernville, correction deed. L. K. I'aehlig to K. M. Dearborn, $l"in ; oni'-thlrii Interest. Black Besss, Helen, Wild Null mines, unknown district. 1C. M. Dearborn to Katie E. Dearborn, $2">n; nne-eighth interest Ru- reUa] Eureka Nos. 1 to (!, S to 17 mines, llum-ilton district. Jacob C.oHltliun to 1. H. Harris, $10; lots 1 to HI, 2<l to 2-1, "3 to -IS, block DR. J. L. CARSON Resumes practice in Ba'.ersfleld. Offices 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank building. Hours daily. Telephone Main GO. Residence, Main 4S; Southern Hotel. MIND WHAT I TELL YOU—You will miss one of the best investments in Bakersfleld If you don't take this ten room house, two baths, electric light, gas, etc., on corner lot 98 1-3 feet front, close in. For particulars see R. A Moore, the real estate man, room 11, Hopkins Bldg. 02 FUK SALE—A tsooii r, room house am Imni; In i;oo<! residence section o BiiUorsfiebl; nice lawn; near cui line. Price $lsnn. $3"i' cash, bal nil'H' like rent. See R. A. .Moon room 11, Hopkins bldi;; phone Mail •I:',:;. <;: LOST—On Trust tin avenue, between D and H streets, a white linen bel with steel buckle. Finder wil please leave same at this office. C2 DR. R. B. REES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. CHAS. A. DAVIS. Physician and Surgeon Office, Fish block, rooms 11 and 12. Office hours 11 to 12 a. m., 2 to I p. m., 7 to S p. m. Phonos, offic '•esiilenco Main 97:', 130: DR. LONG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO, DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakergfleld, Just Borrowed It. John Osliorno, who reported tho theft of bis automobile from in front of the Union Theater Saturday night, found the machine yesterday morning in the rear of the Union Lumber Company's yards. The officers have learned that three young men were seen driving it through Roberts Lane but it is impossible to Identify them. The machine bad but a little, gasoline In tbe tank and the officers knew it could not bo run very far. Officer Jim filetm had a hard fifteen minutes' work last night taking a drunken cholo to jail. The dark- sKlnneil man was raising a disturbance In tbe Owl and nourishing a gun and (ill along the way gave Glenn a [hard fight. DR. FRED J. CUBASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th st.; rooms 12 and 14, BakerBfleid. Office phone Main 247. Ros. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. in.; 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 Mala 220; residence, Main 680. DR. W. P. SOOTT 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, 203 and 21B: Producers Bank building. BAKERSPIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU "[ never saw surh a piorm In all my life." "1'anlnn me, my friend, since you ['saw' the storm, no doubt y n u can tell j , us what colur It was?" ; i "(Vrtn'mlv Tho \vlnd blew and thi? j storm ro.-e, you niunj ."---Boston i Transcript. DR. A. F. SCHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Offlco, rooms 1, 2. :;, and <l. Oil and Stock Exchange building. Onice hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; S'utrlays by appointments only. ,OST — A connh dog, female; black with white Kpots; about :j years old Tag Phoenix, Ariz , dog tax. Finder please notify J. E. Yancoy, Main 377. street, or phone 1102 I t LOST—Gold collar pin set with onyx. Valuable as an heirloom Finder return to J. Jameson a Redllck's and receive reward. 62 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Aiiout lt)U f ons of firs cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattl feed. For particulars enquire at thi Dave Hlrshfeld. tf FOR SALE—Dr. Brown's nloe res donee property, 1727 Baker street Kern; new two story house, 15 foot lot with 50 fruit and nu trees. 7 FOR SALE—A sound, young dririn horse, dark bay. Drives single an double. Injuire 1201 19th St 6 FOR SALE—Bay mare, suitable fo lady. Good driver. Ask for Dixie Exchange stable. 61 FOR "RENT 1LACKSMITHS, ATTENTION!—Go and look at the shop at corner 22d and M streets, lot 85 feet front, al buildings and tools; a bargain at $2500. See R. A. Moore, room 11 Hopkins bldg; phone Main 433. 63 OR SALE OR LEASH—Valuable oil land. All or any part of section :!6, T. 28 S., R. 27 E. Ror further information call on P. 11. Cauloy St. Clair hospital, Bakersfleld 64 rilREE YEAR LEASE—140 acre dai ry ranch; 50 in alfalfa; 40 cows; • horses, farm implements, 5-roon house; cow barn; separator; llberu terms to good man. Box 101, Oak land, Cal. tf Lame Back. This ailment Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles of the small of the back, and Is quickly cured by applying Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times a day and massaging the parts at each application, field; For sale by Baer Bros., Bakers- Kern Drug Co., Kern. » MATTRESSES are not too old to be made over. You spend a third of your life In bed, BO have then made over by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Q street, Kern. Upholstering anil repairing in all branches, carpet cleaning, etc. Telephone Mala 398. tf TEN ACRES, $50 CASH—Balance $1 per month. Price $2H per acre. No taxes, no interest. No risk. Profits certain. Located half mile from II. H. station, six miles from Bakers Held. Land level. No hardpun or alkali. Orange, fruit, and "ine land, bearhiK orange orchards near. Fruits ripen for earliest markets. Payments are easy, and land advancing. $10n per acre shonlil be realized for the land before your contract expires. Title good. Maps nnd further particulars on application. Right to raise price of land without notice reserved. SUNSET REALTY CO., Fresno, Cal. tf EMPLOYMNT AGENCIES THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT office. Help of nil kinds furnished. Women especially. 101(1 K street. Phone Main G37. H. H. 'Wilson. tf WELL BORERS' B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of <Jurnow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakers- fip!d R. F. D. No. 2. Phone Farm- era 181. tf NOTICE—A chance to go into a good business on small capital. On account, of ill health I -mi cutting down the Shady Grove Hatchery. I offer $lf>0 worth of •Petaluma incubators and brooders, all new, for $75; 45 Buff Leghorns, Llndgren stock, worth $3 each, for $;iO; two dozen fine ducks, and on dozen bronze tur- koys, Edherts .stock, for $1'5. Call up Farmers 7x2. 63 CLEANING AND DYEING ELECTRIC AND FRENCH CLEAN- ing and pressing Works, 1913 K st., Phone Main 435; suits cleaned and pressed, $1,50. Prompt service. Suits called for and delivered. Oberlander & Oberlander, pro;,s. CHATEAU FRENCH LAUNDRY— Ring them up and have your suits cleaned or sponged wliliout fading. Also silks, laces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French expert. 1512 18th st. Phone Main 1605. tf HOUSE Kern. FOR RENT—Irt27 Miller st., Apply at 1120 N ~!iv,.i. Kern or phone Main I'SO. if JEW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln'? store, Fourteenth street and Chester avenue A general line of household furnishings always at n*nd. And at prtcei smaller than elsewhere In Rakers field. Phone Main 665- FOR RENT—Three nicely furnished housekeeping rooms. No children. 2117 18th street. tf + When you want reliable lu>lp of •> ' <• any kind at u<> cost to you call •* <• us tip- Wo ilsn supply Chinese H <• aad Jnpanoyu holn. + ' + Phone 313. 1219 19th St. + •,\< cordiiiu to paper. ' ohserv i:.i man has liv •d OLD MUABLE Painters 8NYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. •!AURIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1138 1527 Wall St. Kakertfleld, Cal. rooms IMInir. f Eye, hours. Phone street, Hot«l, Bakunstloia, Cal Mil Wai! era t£ ' DR, F. W. MITCHELL I Physician and Surgeon. i Oil'jcc, rooms liiifi imd 3"C>, Producers i IVmk biiildins,'. omce hours from 11 i. m , 1111,1 ?, to 5 p m. Tele- Main I'.I'.L.'. lies. Main in2. DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surjeon i Hl'u'e anil Private ITn- 1 ''' i :. -. .", 1, 5 run! c. II .•,;,,.-., n, Special at len'ion to .'.;;.•. ., > '-/u', Niisc nit,I T,';r,' :' i , ;•• in ;; in. to 1. 111.; L: 11, I : Main L'l!l. ' . .....___ A YTORNEY3 " ^ E. L. FOSTER j Attorney-at-L.TA' if H ••,, : -;': .' 1 bulM- ! GEO. FLOURNOY ,•:.'••! Notary Public. Of: •,•, S toner : building, corner Chepior r<vi»ntie nm! > Kill s>tro'«t. Telephone Main 67. PASTURAGE—Two miles from town, for hor-ses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf FURNISHED ROOMS- -S:i housekeeping suites, «ir electric lights. Hot nti'l and use of telephone five. low. 1223Vj 1!<th stree<. low, proprietor. BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BIT UEAU—When you want reliable help of any kind at no cost to you cull us up. Wo also supply Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th street. Phone 313. tf H. C. HARNESS With J. W, Broexman Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 Bakersfleld, Cal HAVE YOUR HOUSE" CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned tbe same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering in all of Its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell, 30G K st: telephone Main 398. tf 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. FOR HENT—Elshty a. r •; ,,! anil ptraln land v.-lth \\-.\\< wovk horses aivl farn;iii' incuts. Inquire- at IT"- flVe UC'. • or in • is and ..I baths I""." \Vil!.. Wil- tf alfalfa i Iniple-' Tviixtnn tf ; E. H. LOVELAND + ., , Tl «L Wholesale Produce Merchant * Tlay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, «fr EKKS, and all farm products. * LESSER HJ!?SHFELO ---I! Estate nml Fir- Insurance. Roon , (.'iinklin building, 1926 Cheater Avr Fl % NITURK; BOUGHT AND SOLD Real Estate an<? Insurance I -1, ii]) n;-,irs, c ,rner Nineteenth Street nml t'l'.onter Avenue Phone Main 149. PATENT* ' : :.N'TS- • JIn'/ (1 s, stnu.'S, ^elea. Pa'etit t:oo)t fr«* HARNESS OIL THOS. SOOTT Attorney and Counselor at Law Office ov«r Ui« Bonk of Bak«nflald best. ^ic-,. etc. W. H. Wickham's votl \V,i!,-r I'riMif Oil la the For salo by W. Moyle, 1713 Chester ave. Phone Mulu 1291. Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HAOKLEY 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Uoa Angeles, Cal. Patents Chimney Sweep in Town Guarantees work all perfect satisfaction. Leave orders at The Bakersfield Plumbing Co., 1927 I atreet. Phone Main 531

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