The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 16, 1908
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1908. THB BAKERSFIBLD CAUPOBMIAN \>.l'<'4' ! I Kern City I v^v ^^^TV. ''>^ 4 i • ™ , *^? ^^\^^\^<L^^^^. ^** I Amateur Play Well Presented Diamonds ! For yourself. For "someone" else. Comp early and make your selections from the biggest assortment of fine diamonds to be found In the valley. Amercan JewelryJGo. & 'Machine" Demands Funds from Bakersfield Notaries Saft And Secure are your valuables in a Safe Deposit Bex Bakersf ield Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th 8tv Basement. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby glTen that I Intend to apply to the State Board of Prison Directors for a parole from the state prison at San Quentln. according to law. Signed. ARTHUR H. SAMUELS 78 No. 22407. Customs Officer (to woman traveler from the Continent)—I thought you Baid, madam, there was nothing but wearing apparel In your trunk. What about these three bottles of cognac? "Oh, those," replied the lady, "are my nightcaps."—Tld-Bits. "The Blue nnd the Grey" was well presented last night, In Kaar's hall and although the audience was not as large as the production merited, It was very appreciative. Fro inthe raising of the curtain on the first act, to the close, the members of the cast i succeeded in keeping their audience! In an absorbingly interested state, so natural and with such fidelity to life did they portray their different parts. Although the play was n touching, j and pathetic one, there was just enough humor scattered throughout to keep every one Interested. Miss Helen Campbell as Aunt Liza kept the house In a fit of laughter by her ridiculous sayings and the manner in which she twisted her vocabulary. C. L. Darrell as "Dad" Corliss, kept the audience In good spirits by his genial manner. Although at times he was extremely sad he did his best to took on the bright side. Miss Maude Day ae Martha Corllaa and Chas Pretno 88 John, her husband, could not have been better, Miss Day is especially fine In emotional parts and last night she had an excellent opportunity to display her ability. Mr. Premo as the devoted husband and father completely won the hearts of his listeners. Prank Day as Leon Dlneen, the vll- lian, had an unusually hard part to portray, but he was equal to the occasion, and performed his role In a truly villainous style. The juvenile leads were presented by Mrs. Lillian Darrell, who took the mrt of Lillian Corliss, and Emmett Nesblt as Loren Timony. The former acted her part as only a professional could and the latter as the bashful lover made a decided hit. By his clever acting he distinguished himself as a natural born actor. T.lm English as Jim Cor llss, the wayward son, was exceptionally fine In his part and little Dolly Darrell completely captivated the crowd. ' Although last night's performance was not the financial success that it should have been it was more than a success in every other respect and there Is not a doubt that If It were presented again It would be witnessed by a full house. * NOTES AND PERSONALS. WOMEN should much more largely avail themselves of the opportunity to carry a bank Account, subject to their Check, as it is often a great convenience, and what is more important, it familiarizes them with iinacial affairs and banking methods, which will prove very useful and valuable. We cordially invite the ac- coiuits of women, affording every facility, convenience and cotirti'sy. Capital, *:.O.OOiW. Capital $50,000.00. C. J. Plan*, President. Arth'ip 8. Ci'ter Cashier. The r, O. P. Is hot after funds and no man who holds a Job in the form of a Republican appointment Is to escape a demand for contributions, not even the poor notaries public who occasionally pick up a dollar or two by reason of then office. A notary public gets no salary, his only emolumement bring a stray fee now and then from taking an affidavit. Many of these notaries are hardworking men and women, but most of them will feel like they MUST come through l n the face of the folowlng appeal (?) from the Republican state central committee. The Bakersfield notaries got "theirs" today from the Olllett machine. Republican State Central Committee of California, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, October 15, 1908. To those holding commissions as notaries public In California. Gentlemen: The Republican state central committee Is facing a financial condition without a parellel in the conduct of a political campaign in this state. This being the case, we feel entirely justified in calling upon our friends to aid us in electing our candidates for public office and maintaining the party organization. "Will you please send to Mr. Jarnes K. Wilson, treasurer of the cvnmlttee, such a contribution as you feel that you can afford for th» purpose as above stated? Very truly yours, P. S. TELLER, Chairman. A WARRANT ISSUED CHARGING ASSAULT. Judge Mario u Issued a warrant last evening for thi arrest of a man by the name of Karat aer, sworn to by James Coughlan, and charging him with assault. Coughlln was braking over the hill for Karstner and the former claims that the latter drew a gun on him while he was doing some switching nt Tehacbapl, merely because he did not do the work to suit him. The schools closed at noon today In order that the children mlgfcr attend the fair. . Hamilton's The ladles suit house. 2000 Chester Avenue, at Twentieth Street. Under Grand Hotel. Tel. Main 309. Fine ptmnmn cloth in the ixnv gored skirl \\',\\\ button front. Black, navy or brown $8.75 All wool kersey coat in blnok velvet collar trhmmul in sHk'i braid; 34 to 42 .' $6.50' Linen shirt waists with Inundried collars and cuffs $1.25 See our swell line of ready made hats.. AM the latest shades and shapes. Cheapest house In town for fine millinery. Dicky—Oh, you bet paw'll get It hot an' heavy when them folks go 'way. Billy—How do ye know? Dickey—He broke a china fruit dish just now an' maw said: "Never mind It, dear, It's nothlna."—Chicago Tribune. Make this store your store. You are always welcome, whether you buy or not. PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UP—UNDElR GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave at 20th St Californlan ads bring quick returns, Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A cheesing account with the First National Bank has go many advantages that you will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it for yourself, ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Street*. The Kern schools closed at 11:30 today in order to give the children a chance to attend the fair. All the teachers and pupils were provided with passes to the grounds. Miss Flossie Bailey of Pamosa Is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. H. Hoffman. $1.00 golf shirts In all colors for 8fit, at Clar's store. Kern. 69 i?. C. Hllman has gone to Txis An'. gelep to snond three or four weeks. J. S. Upton has resigned his position with the Southern Pacific Company as civil engineer and has ao cpeted a position In Bakersfleld. A. E. Hursh of Selma is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Ballagh, for « few days. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, and up. at Ardizzi-Olcese Co., department store, tr A. Arnistvot'v nnd Fr<nt: KinUndo of Mountain View nre In town for a few days. Mrs. F. T. Fulllngton and Mrs. R. E. Fulllngton have gone to San Jose I'or n few weeks' visit. Hr-niiiiehf Hlh overalls (it OOc nt "Muv't.. c,tnvp Keni. RQ R C. KipHna- and daughter, Gladys, aro in town from Mountain View. K. A. Marriott is in from Mountain View for a few ('ays. Miss Vernn McCullum and Miss Ru'h Owen went to Lemoore today to remain over Sunday. The new assistant superintendent, | J. H. Dobbs, was here today from i Ijos Angeles. j Mrs. Chns. \Valkor of Fresno Is vis- jitlnc friends In Kern. I Harry Kinrh came down from Met Ijave yesterday on No. 107 and left j on No. S3 this morning for Fresno, I where he will take up his residence having recently been appointed train, master at that point. T. N. Harbcrt lias Just returner! from a visit in Santa Barbara. ,T. H. Slufflebeam IIBH gone to Visa- Ha to spend a few days. Mrs. Grace Collins of Seattle Is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. J. Marsh, at her apartments in tlie Alicia. • H. H. Cnjdwell of the Associated pipe line company was here from Fresno yesterday. Ollle (iotohett' will give his weekly show find dnn<'<' us nsnnl on Thursdav night at the Associated Hull in the Kern River field Children lOc. 53 Ice for sale at Wbitaker's corner *ri"!t sto 1 "*" nt- rptrn?!t; - rrlcfi. tf .1. I.. Hartzeli of (he dispatcher's ,,<Tv,. is cii.ri,t'" under the weather :ntil is laying off for a few days. i Mrs. J. Albert Smith left this afternoon for Los Angeles OD a short business trip. She expects to return i Sunday night. j Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mason are ex- i ported home soon from Wisconsin, i where they have been visiting rela- ! tives for the piist six weeks. Harry lluth returned last night rom a short visit In Fresno. ! Mrs. Pan Scully of Oakland is vis- ;iilng O. Rlley and her sister. Miss | I.lllls Rlley, at their resilience on K street. M. M. liolfe lias returned from a trip to Portland, Oregon. j Mrs. p. Murray and sou, Will, came in from Whoco last night to attend the ! fair. | Fred Stanley and wife are In from | the oil fluids for a few days. Mrs B Bimat and family of Moun tain View are in to attend the fair. Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies' and everything pertaining to the harness and paddle business Dow on at the corner of Chester avenue ana Twentieth etreet. tf Met Macmurdo is in from Midway. James Goodwin went to Los Angeles on a short business trip last night He will return tomorrow morning. It isn't a new baby in W. P. Smith's home that makes him so good natured — his wife is using Folger's Golden Gate Coffee which had been ground fresh that morning. »»» The girl had been three weeks In the employ of an artistic family, but her time had been by no means wasted. Her mistress was giving her instructions as to the dinner. "Don't forget the potatoes," enjoined the lady. "No, ma'am," was the repjy. "Will you 'ave 'em in their jackets or in the nood?" — Democratic Telegram. "This shoe fits you perfectly." said the clerk. "Then show me something half a size smaller," replied the lady. — Houston Post. "Dad, how do you spell Indigestion?" Inquired Gunson, Jr. "P-l-e," replied Gunson, Sr.— P.O. hemian Magazine. - • • * - • — Bakersfield ice Delivery. Bakersfield Ice Delivery. Phon« .\Tsln 82. Supply station now open at 18th and K streets tor transient trade. Family Rates For 1908. 1 f"i pounds "*. one time, 60c per him dred. f. f ! pounds at one time, 75u pei huii dred. Under 60 pounds, $1 per nu^-ed. Lower rates for laige cousum •rs. tf Orange Groves of South em California; Cotton yields of Tezu inH lava. Clara—Grace is awfully innocent. Maude—Why do you think «o? Clara—She actually helieved that men chew cloves because they really like them.—Chicago News. BORN. MADISON—In Kern, Oct. 16, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madiso*, a 1909 TOURIST THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER ROADSTER AND TOURING CAR. Price, $1650 Will he ready for delivery Jan. 1, 1909. A report made after a thorough investigation by'a well known mechanical engineer of Bakersfield shows this car to be far superior to any car on the market selling for less than $2100. The reason is, that when the startling reduction in the price of tires and other auto materials enme, all other manufacturers had already bought their material. The Tourist people only completed their designs for this California, car after studying all the new cars that were being built for present delivery, and which were bililt before the startling drep in prices on raw materials. Place, your order now and get the best automobile ever offered for the price. Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. E. J. ERB 19th and G Sts. W. E. DRURY Tel, Main 1260 • ••(•••••(•••••••••••••••••••BIHHBHHBaMNMaMMWBBn'MBMHB'I^ •--"" The White Sewing Machine is King On Exhibition AT THE FAIR GROUNDS Haberfelde Furniture Co. Sole Agents 1606.10.19th Special Sale of Weathered Oak Tab- ourettes $1.25 values at 45c, cne only to each person. I Tremendous ^Sacrifice of Pianos—Pianos Valued at $350.00 for only $225.00 Haberfelde Furniture Co. 1604-1610 Nineteenth St. ON EXHIBITION AT 'THE FAIR GROUNDS

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