The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 14, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 14, 1908
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BAKERSFIELD, KHBN COUNTY. CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBBR 14, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 PEROXIDE SOAP A. D. S. *» ,,\ mild skin bleach; its e.on- •rtaiil use keeps the, skin white. It is n most, satisfactory soap for every day use. (Yraniy lather and is doli- .Mlely perfumed. 'i makes HIP skin white 1 . r,cl it at liners. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer »« Leading Druggists. THE NEW STORE. VISIT THE FAIR And Inspect our display of fancy wines and liquors, beer and soft ilrinlis. All goods exhibited are homo bodied and comply with the pure food and drug laws. We also carry a complete slock of Imported wines and lupiors and will i)C prepare'! (o nerve you ill either larne or small qmntlties. Fred GuntherCo. Family u a le solicited. Hlei .• ;iu I v ip'rooiiiS. ir,l I 18th :<i re- I Xu bar at I ached. t'hime .M.ioi i' i. Elks Will Have Fine Souvenir Hilly Home, who la one of the committee In charge of the souvenir program which will be published by the Elks for their big- minstrel show, be«an a canvas of the business houses this morning an-' has met with fine succeHH. If the e;\s.e with which he has been selling spnre in the program I is an indication, fio Elks minstrel | show will certainly b° a huge success. (James McGuIre and Elmore King are on the committee with Billy and when thfse rustlers net together, space will be at a premium. Miller and Draper, who will have tin' task of dirortiiiu the local performers, will aniv from the south this afternoon iitiil rehearsals will begin Immediateiy. The two directors are experienced mir'.nrel men and recently coached a vo:y successful Elks show in Sun Diego. The personnel of the troupe has not been announced j and will not be until after the direct- ! ors have perfected t ll elr plans. Had Good Meeting. The Women of Woodcraft held an interesting meeting last night which was well attendeil. Mrs. .1. L. 'Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. A. \Veaber were the inltities. A social session followed. The lodge is planning a social and I drill session for November 24. The ladies are planning an elaborate affair and appointed the following ladies as members of the different committees to arrange the details of the event: Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Spragne, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. McGee and iMrs. Button. . A Suit From Redlick's Means the Best in the West for the Least Never before have sueh values >«w ""' '° t' )p mt? » of Bakersfield as will he shown nn this vision. 75 suits iu this selling; every one made up to style eoinhiu- ctl with low price as the predominant li'_ r ure. Redliek s suits have the inside quality No! \Ve insist upon the very host findings. Freueh hair elotli. insiiriii!.' unbreak- ahle fronts; hand padded -hoiild.•!•>: "indestructible" coat lining, pockets tacked and huUeith'-ies luind sowed with pure silk thread and al»n- with these features RedliCk Absolute Caarantee Service We'll willingly show y,.u all of tlie-e •• H of distinction. And the reason why. < prices $22.50 to $25 everywhere: ours tin store price. BILLY HORNE IS NOW ONE OF THE FRIARS Billy Home, resident manager o'. ! the Bakersfleld Opera House, has ' been elected a member of The Friars, ' HII organization composed of theatrl- ! cal and literary men. Billy is the on- j ly member in Kern County and Is now i a full lledged"one of em," having re- I reived his card and book of "dope" | this morning. Too Late For Classification WANTKlJ—By a Japanese school boy, situation to wail on table, wash dishes an.I assist with housework after s.-hoi.l lii'iuire at lil." 1,1 ' street. r,n' Headquarters for the largest and best line of White Duck Clothes Supplies for every calling. Waiters' Coats and Aprons. Cooks' Caps, Coats and Aprons Barbers' Coats. Butchers' Coats and Vests. Carpenters' Aprons. Painters' Suits. At the low prices peculiar to the Redlick store. dlick" points thiiiff store departemont As we said before there are 75 suits in this lot. Fine English \YM;X:<>U iii 1'aiiey weaves of neat, dre-sy effect and a splendid line of cii-i-iineivs. the kind that give the >•"•.•;,•.. Made to wear, not merely I', sell. Our Price | _„__ Thomas l,.irKins and Tracy Baker \ tit the Kra/ier borale mines are in town today. II. Herbert, a Toledo detective, de- jiaited today for the eastern city with Or.<:r|;o Malllin iu his custody. I - - - --»••» - ---- I Appraisers Named. | C. K. lUei , ha llo-hhelmer and Coward Cravath have ben named ns ' appraisers in (lie estate of the liUe M. H. Wen;;i ulieim. , Fc'K SAI.K Choiei. siimiucr Casaliai llleli'iis. L;r;i|>"s in l\vo variot ies. J lil.'irl, jiiid ulijic-; \1 ,it.-nnville ;i/)())es I for Mb'e n..,.; tre-.b rnmheiTies, If. j cents !"'•• ijii'tt; eocoaiiuts, lu and i ;:„•; choice |ai-u.. live si,me pejiche*; i pomeyraailes. bananas, watermel-1 town. NOTES AND PERSONALS. :>f Cilennville is in Bailey of Famosa is j Funeral of the Late Mrs. Wible on-, choice dried peaches, apricots, f Miss Flossie Bailey ol !• ai and a- s -J pounds for LT,c; eat-: visiting Miss Trudle Hay. itm pears mid .•ookin 1 ' apples; north. »"»'' ''"" '" *'''• <,"",' ; |1 . S|I1U ' 1 em potiiloes: onions and peppers. I work at the lair, tan; • Itiiu u|. M.,:n 7.-:;. U. (i. TIUHKTTS "'«' " !l1 reliable pain ,V SCN. r,cj;, ir.ib si reel, tile leading h"' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' I'hone Main 1 tier fruit am! nroccr> store in Ba-! •'• A - McCioverll. G. V.'ANTKl)--Se<'ond hand sprint; wagon. Address W. F. Wild, Bilkers- ileld, H. K. 0. No. I. GO FOR SAl.K— Mission grapes. G. Nennen, Telepboue Fanners 63. FOR ~~ UKNT—Three furnished rooms for housekeeping. Two outside entrances. F.leetric lights and running water. Inquire at l-l'.l California avenue. tiG FOR SALE—Furniture for four rooms. Inquire at !iL'!! K street. Kern. 6ti A HEATED ARGUMENT IB not nec.essary to convince you that «ur Kingle harness at $10 is very hard to beat. Our large si/.e plush robes at $:!.<>(), will surprise you. Hurry, up a' 11 ' get one of our hrtlf, Uirce-quartor or Cull lined stable blankets: prices $1, $1.50, $1.75,' $'2.00. Don't Corbet our street blankets, Croiu $'2 up Cot sheep skins lor the ladies Cloves of all kimls and sixes. A. B. HEERmGTOlT 1517 19th St. WANTKD—Uy lady, board and room iu private family; would like use of piano Inquire of manager of Western I'nlon Telegraph Co. tit! IVore Than Enough Is Too Much. To maintain health a mature man r woman needs just enough food to epalr the waste and supply energv and body heat. The habitual con umptlon of more food than Is neces sary for these purposes Is the prime cause of stomach troubles, rheuma Ism and disorders of the kidneys. I troubled with Indigestion, revise you diet, let reason and not appetite control and take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach atit! Uver Tablets and you will soon be all right again For sale by Uaer Bros., IMkersfield; Korn Drug Co., Kern • ay of siuu | work at the fair. Snydi-r iV Jackson, the old reliable painters. lf>-7 Wall Main ll'IS. 67 .. . . \V. Stoker and Wm. Ollbreath of \Vnsco are visitors here today. Leonard Merrill, the oil man. was iu arrival from Los Angeles this nornlm<. Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, vhips, robes, blankets, buggies and verything pertaining to the harness md saddle business now on at the •orner of Chester avenue and Twen- leth street. tf C. L). Burge and Frank Mannell eame in from the wes^ side last night ,n one of Sharp's autos, Bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue aid Twentieth street. tf All classes of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and . verything belonging to the harness and saddle trade are on sale at the bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf John Maher arrested by Officer Ooodall this morning for drunkenness, was ordered out of town by Judge Thomas. Democrat Springs stage wTIl leavt Arlington Hotel overy Wednesda? morning. The baths are unexcelled Tor rheumatism and kidney troubl* by any and all skin diseases. Th« only hot mud baths In Kern Count7 Hotel largest and best aecomodatlouf of any resort In Kern County. Fine camping grounds and planty of shade. r GENTLE»HORSES. WD always have on hand safe and gen Lie. I orses that Indies can drive. You will find everything Bpiek and span about our stables, our horses good animals, and cur- *itt{.'es, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., iu good running order all the time. * W. T. EATLIPF Car 21 et and U 8U Tel. Main 88 ...,. THE MAJESTI THE NEW MOVING PICTURE SHOW. A. A. Shaw Manager. Continuous Admission Box Office Performance 10<* Open 7 :30 to 10 :30 No Higher 7 :15 to 9 :15 Kufire change of pro;: ram every Sunday and Weihics'hiy Matinees Saturday and Sunday at '2::>t) p. in. sharp. "Why He Signed the Pledge" "Biscuits Like Mother Used to ..(Comedy) Make." "Not Yet, But Soon." "A Dozen Fresh Eggs" (Comic) "Salome, or the Dance of the Seven"A Comedy in Black ahd White." Veils. (Drama) (Special) SONGS— "Here's to Our Sweethearts and Wives" "Honty! I Love's You, Deed 1 Do." On every Saturday night wo give away a beautiful china tea set. Give us a trial. Everybody welcome. 950 Baker Street Kern City The funeral of the late Mrs. Anna M. \Vlble was ht-ld this afternoon from the family residence on California avenue, and a large number of friends of the deceased and of the family were in attendance. The Impressive ceremony was conducted by Rev. B. D. Snudden of the First M. E. Church. In the funeral cortege were many carriages, and a large concourse assembled at the grave, where all that was mortal of the pioneer woman was laid to rest beside her husband. The pall bearers consisted of the three sons of the deieased, Sam P., Curtis and Elmer Wible, and M. A. Duncau E. L.. Hougham and T. A. Metcalf. The floral offerings were many am beautiful, a number being sent by friends from distant points. I KERN SCHOOL MISTRESS | AUTHOR OF POEM. | The following is taken from the November number of Smith's Magazine and was written by Miss Elizabeth Frazer, formerly a teacher of English In the Kern County High School, during which time she resided In Kern with her sister, Mrs. Kate Jaynes. and who Is now engaged in magazine work In New York City. Las' night 1 stayed up pretty late, I didn't go to bed till eight; An' then I cried to sit up more- Eight's awful soon for chap's most four; I told mama that I'd jes' stay Broad wide-awake in bed till day! But she jes' laughed and hugged me tight, An' then slip took the light An' left It dark as It could be— Blaclcefn Egypt! I couldn't see My own foot kick up In the. air, An' had to pinch to see 'twas there. It's funny bow you feel at night — \Vlien imiwer's' gone an' so's tho light Your froat all chokes up big an' dry Vou hate to holler, worse, to cry; You blink an' blink an' h-1-l-n-k an' You're up in muvver's arms again! An' it'.-i so bright it must be day, t— where did las' night go away? An' muvvor laughs an' says: "It's i '.>ar You dl'Vt sleep a wink my dear!" 'Course I did not! I always stay Broad v :de. awake In bed till day. win REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Patent. t'tiitid State;, to Louisa Curtis, lorlliwest quarter flection "u, 27-'3j. Deeds. Mrs. B .P. and B. P. Suiter to Chanslor Canfleld Midway Oil Company, |10; northwest quarter of northwest inarter of southwest quarter section Ambrose and Eugene Villard to Pbillippe and .loat-ph Oirard, $10, north h.ilf of southwest quarter, south ha'.f of northwest c'-lRrter section - ( >. 25-^S. T;ix C.iller-ior Kern County to A. Bore!.; lot H, block 21, Watts addition, Delano. Same to same, $24.03, lots 1, 2, 3. i,, block 21, Watts addition, Delano, THE HUB»Outfitters for Men and Boys BOYS SUITS! $2.50 UP The :" lias 01. hibit* ; lady vi.-' ami e\. close of On r assortment of Boys' Olothino; is the most complete we have ever showu. Selections are better, styles ore better—and values are better than anywhere ia this city. Per instance we can give you an elegant school suit -brown and blue In dassimeras; sixes, 7 to 15, FOR $2.50 Others at $,1.00, $3.50, sf-4 and $5. SPECIAL BOYS' DUPLEX SUITS •'.! (lumber ('omp:m. v . which of the most attractive ex- I he county fair, will give 'ui; their booth, thi* evening y duy thereafter until the the fair, a glass of sweet win* 1 . Mr. dumber Is proud of his firm's exhibit and wants every lady In Bakersfleld to sample the flne quality of the goods showu. 66 One of the best values ever shown; double breasted coat, with two pair pants; one pair knickers and one pair straight knee, iu yood all wool cheviot ; si/.es 7 to 14 ......... $4.50 FREE BET-EN-BALL A new game; a bat with a small rubber ball attached Given with every boys' suit. S.WISEKOPF

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