The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 17, 1908
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NOTES AND PERSONALS. Diamonds ! . * For yourself. P For "someone" else. . Come early and make J your selections from . v the biggest assortment J 3 of fine diamonds to be ». ? found in the valley. Amercan Jewelry|Co. j Safe And Secure are your valuable* In a . , Safe -J . . Deposit /r Bex Bakersf idd Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. nfOTICE. " Notice is hereby given that I intend, to apply to the State Board of Prison Directors for a parole from the state prison at San Quentin, according to law. Signed. ARTHUR H. SAMUELS 78 No. 22407. Democrat Springs stage will leavt Arlington Hotel every Wednesday morning. The baths are unexcelled Tor rheumatism and kidney trouble by any and all skin diseases. Tb« only hot mud baths In Kern County Hotel largest and best accomodatloni of any resort In Kern County. Fine The Kern County Congregational Association convention is being held in the Pilgrims Congregational church. Geo. Hummiston has returned from Mojave, where he has been working for the past few months. Miss Helen Cudn of Vlnelaml is visiting friends in Kern. Mrs. Thomas of 952 Baker street WHS operated upon to day by Drs. Kellogg nnd West. $1.00 golf shirts in all colors for 85u at Clar's store, Kern. 69 The infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Lltes is suffering with an abcess on its neck. J. Kirkham of Keen Is a visitor in town, j Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Seccombe of 'Ontario are registered at the Metro- pole. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, and up, at Ardkri-Olcese Co., department store. tf Master Mechanic J. Shelaberger went to Fresno today. W. C. Dorsey, traveling accountant for the S. P. Company is In town. Ice for sale at Wnltaker's corner fruit store at regular prices. tf Assistant Superintendent J. H. Dobbs went to Fresno yesterday afternoon on No. 7 Headlight Bib overalls at 90c at Clar's store. Kern. 69 S. B. Patrick and Chas. Griffith, business .men of Vlsalla, spent a few hours in Kern yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Milan have gone to Paso Robles for the benefit of Mr. Milan's health. slibw "and dance as usual on Thursday night at the Associated Hall in the Kern River Held. Children lOc. 53 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Premo went to Porterville today on a hunting trip. Frank Fulgham is in from McKittrick attending the fair. Mrs. Walter Cochran has gone to Tulare to visit her parents. Lee Stancllff and Ray Stancllff went to Stevens today for a qull hunt. Miss Isabel Waldron teacher of the Vlneland school, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wahl'.on, over Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Downey, who has been quite ill at her home, 1106 M street, was taken to the St. Clalr hospital last evening. Mrs. Nighbert cjf McKltrlck was brought to town last night by Dr. Cook and taken to the St. Clalr hospital. Until late last night she was In a very critical condition, but this morning she was very much improved. LODGE MEMBERS ARE ENTERTAINED. 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 finacial affairs arid banking methods, which will prove very useful and valuable. AVe cordially invite the accounts of women, affording every facility, convenience and courtesy. Capital, *50,OOO.OC. Capital $50,000.00. C. J. Plans, President Arthur 8. CTitec, Cashier. After the closing of lodge last night the social committee of the Lady Mac- cabees entertained the lodge mem- j bers with an entertainment and ban-j quet, and a very pleasant evening was spent. A short program was rendered and games played, and Miss Tekla Olsen was awarded a handsome plate as first prize and Mrs. Blanche Waldo a roast turkey as consolation prize for pinning the slipper on the lady. One of the surprises of the evening was Lora Waldo in a song and graceful dance, which greatly pleased the audience. Opal Sollls gave one of her delightful recitations and Miss Erne- line Smith sang, "1 Love No One But j You" in a charming manner. Miss Helen Campbell delivered one of her pleasing monologues and little Cretta ShlveJey recited quite cleverly two little pieces. After the entertainment the committee ushered their guests Into the banquet room, where a delicious spread was awaiting them. The tables were decorated with Jack-o'-lanterns, cut flowers and the colors of the order and presented a very artistic appearance. The committee deserves a great deal of praise for the successful way In which they conducted the evening's entertainment and their efforts were greatly appreciated by the hive. The committee was composed of the following: Mrs. G. A. Whitaker, chair man; Mrs. Blanche Perry, Mrs. Blanche Waldo, Mrs, J. O'Toole, Mrs. Lewis. ELKS TO HAVE REHEARSAL The first rehearsal for the Elks Big Minstrel Show takes place tomorrow afternoon at Mattson's hall over Mattson's harness shop at 3 p. m., at which tlnif ttu> organization will be effected nml active work commenced. Both directors have arrived and are ready to commence training the wild animals, ami Judging from their reputation, which has preceded them, the members of the company will, in about on e week, be-so tame as to "eat out of their hands." The most ambitious entertainment ever produced in the town nil b e this one which the Elka are preparing and they promise seven dollars')) north of fun for the price of one. All mads will lead to the BakersHdii OIKM-H House on October 28th and 20th and Billy Home Is sorry he has not got more room. Mr. Wm. J. Brynn may ^ heard to speak on the issues of the day at Nlederaur's Furniture Store, 1408 19th street Come in ana Pear Dim. __ Drs. lveiToBg~iin3 ...... crease operated on a patient yesterday at the St. Clalr hospital for a very bad case of appendicitis. Just now it ls a busy time at the hospital, all the rooms are full and a demand for more. During the past week Drs. Kellogg, West and Crease have conducted ten operations there. THE KERN CHURCHES ON THE SABBATH. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church — Sunday school at 10 o'clock; evening services at 7:30. Methodist.— Sunday > '100! at 9:46; preaching at 11; preaching at 7:30. Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything pertaining to the harness and saddle business now on at the corner of Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf E-RU-SA: The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead or any poisonous and injurious drugs. Because E-RU-SA CURES PILES. U. S. Dispensatory recommends every ingredient of E-RU-SA. Drug laws make "false or mis-leading statements" a crime. All old or narcotic pile medicines affect the brain and spinal marrow, produce constipation, never cure and are therefore illegal. E-RU-SA is not for sale at opium joints. Berkeley, Cal., July 3, 190S. Dr. L. Griffin, Dear Doctor: We certainly cnn NOT conscientiously recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial or narcotic Pile medicines except upon prescriptions. Yours truly, Muller & DeMerritt, University Pharmacy. R. L. Reed, R. J. Tny- lor Graduates in Pharmacy. Only druggists of highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. Californian ads bring quick returns. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,006 A checKing account with the First National Bank has 10 many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If yon 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 Streets. BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE KOBT. 0. BAITON, Manager Hamilton's The ladle* suit house, 2000 Chester Avenue, at Twentieth Street. Under Grand Hotel. Tel. Main 309. Kino panama cloth in the new gored skirt with button front. Black, navy or brown $8.75 All wool kersey coat in black velvet collar trimmed in nil braid; ;54 to 42 $6.5O Linen shirt waists with laundricd collars and cuffs $1.25 See our swell line of ready made hats.. All the latest shades and shapes. Cheapest house In town for fine millinery. Make this store your store. You are always welcome, whether you buy or not. ' PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UP—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave at 20th St. Thursday, October 22d JOS. M. GAITES PRESENTS GEORGE M, COHAN'S Musical Winner Little Johnny Jones 20—BIG SONG HITS—20 7 5—P E 0 P L E—7 5 And Wm. Keough as the Unknown m , _, AMERICAN BEAUTY The Famous COHAN'S DANCING Chorus MUSIC—LAUGHTER—GIRLS 34 Weeks in New York 22 Weeks in Chicago Seats on Sale Thursday Prices 50c to $1.50 PRANK KELLER, Who Appear* With the Elks Minstrels The above cut Is a correct likeness of that world-renowned, tragedian Frank Keller, who has been engaged at an enormous salary to perform with the Elks. He will present a pathetic sketch, expressly written for him for this occasion by Chief Gundlach, entitled "Sleighing" (slaying) and promises that same fidelity to detail that has characterized the presentation of this sketch before the crowned heads of Europe and Callente. All friends who have chickens, dogs, pigs or babies they do not care for, are earnestly asked to bring them to the stage door of the theater on the day of the performance for use in Frank's act. This is only one of many features, which will commend itself to the attention of the public. The Wedding in the Lion's Den Not Compared to the Wedding Which Will Take Place at Scribner's Opera House on Sunday Night, Oct. 18th. Dr. Frederic Bell will penorni the ceremony ol metaphorically marrying and mis-mating I'll ladie.s anJ Kenfle- men from the; audience throuijh the Science of Phrenology an I Physiognomy. He will re-arrange them harmoniously. Nothing coul.l be more Too Late For Classification FOUXD—Came to the old Hoardsloy ranch, a young spotted bird don wearing IK\V russet collar with name "Kovi-r ' engraved on both sides of lock. Owner may liavu the animal by calling at i'"' above premises and paying for this ad. 7:! FOil SALE OR l.KASI-;—A valuable oil property. All or any part of section Hii, li^-27. Pot further In i formation write or call upon 1'. M. Canley, St. Clair hospital, Bakers- Held. 69 interesting. This ceremony will be preceded by Dr. Bell's great lecture on "Love, Courtship, Marriage 'and Divorce." "The power or an earnest, sincere speaker over his audience was never so well demonstrated as at the Metro- poSltan Temple on the occasion of Dr. Beil'H lecture on "Love, Courtship, Marriage and Divorce." Eminent as this gentleman has become for the fervor of his eloquence, the energy of his efforts, andfl as we might say, the personal magnetism which seetM to emanate from him and draws toward him the very souls of his hearers—kit these qualities exhibited themselrw at his lecture as they had never doM before. The vast assemblage vkteh. In spite of the hot weather, flHea tfc» huge edlflce from pit ta dome. * spellbound on every wocd."- Franclsco Chronicle. For full particular!* see art. In another part of this issue. Business address Phone 161. FOR SALE—Lots, on easy terms, in souiliern addition to hHnerKtield, between Forest and Orange streets. Buy u lot and build you a homo. See H. C. Harness, room 25, Oaltes building. G9 FOR SALIC—Four-room house on four lots. Hath, etc. Barn, well windmill and tank. Water piped Into house. Plenty of shade and fruit trees. Owner going away. Price, $l(i",ii, cash. H. C. Harness, room 2"i, Galtes building. 69 LOST—Black cocker spaniel; male. Kinder will please le'\e the uilllmil at 820 M street, Kern. 69 1X)ST—Wednesday evening, one red striped woolen lap robe, a Ueeji- , ;iue. Finder will please leave same ut iliis office and receive reward. 6? "Trains for Business" Our niiicr iii the Unites buililiny is now opm. mid w shall lie ylinl In irive any information iiliout our courses tlint imiy lie required. Sec is in regard to ;i linsiri'-ss tniiniir.:. \\V think we din intercut yon. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING. ETC. Ask for cataioaue H. R. LUFKIN, Principal, KOOM AND BOARD—Iii private fam- ; ily. Large well-furnished room, good board. 1205 Sixteenth St. (i'J LOST—netween tho Buck Stables n:"1 Ardlzzi-Olccae store, pulr of gold-rimmed glasses In black case. Finder will please leave same at tho Kern Drug store and receive LOST—Either on K street or Chester avenue, a belt with buckle attached; had turquols setting. Finder will please leave same at this office. 69 ll-'Oll i;l.NT~-Mcely Inriilsheii Irniii j mom.-;. VJl N h-reet. Kern. i. ' I Arrested on Suspicion. i Sheriff Kelly and Deputy Mori Hell laHt evening arrested three fellow* lit the full'. They were n hard-looking trio and in view of the recent, rob beries and burglaries reported suspicion was cast their way. The namtn of the three are John Ifrjono, Herman Etheridne and W. THE MAJESTIC. 1 1909 TOURIST THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER ROADSTER AN& TOURING CAR. Price, $1650 Will he ready for delivery Jan. 1, 190.9. 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 era tibe market selling for less than $2100. The reason is, that when tire startling reduction in the price of tires and other auto materials came, all other manufacturers had already bought, their material. The Tourist people only completed their designs for this California ear after studying all the new cars that were being built for present delivery, nnd which wejjc built before the startling drop in prices on raw materials. Place your order now and get the best, automobile ever offeml for the price. Bakersfield Auto Supply Go. W. E. DRURV Tel. Main 1260 I E. J. ERB 19th and G Sts. The 190 Kissel-Kar IS HERE "The Kissel Forty" Will be continued for 1909 at the same price. The improvements on this popular model consist of heavier, brakes, 3fi-in. wheels, heavier front axle, 115-in base. It will also be much better finished, and possessed of easier riding qualities. Al Thackery, Agent Kern County. ROADSTER, $2150. TOURING CAR, $2150. Ask for demonstration.

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