The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 19, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 19, 1908
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1908. BAKERSFTEIiD CALTFOTJNTAV FOR SALE From $12.50 to $35 Per Acre 4,000 Acres $40.00 to $45.00 Per Acre for 800 Acres Easy Terms—30 "„ This Winter, Balance One Two and Three Years, 6 ° „ Interest This splendid body of rich land lying along POSO CREEK is now being sold in 160 A. tracts at the above extremely LOW PRICES It is the chance of a lifetime.—On Santa Fe Railroad, Elmo Station right at the ranch. $3,000 of first money to be expended on Peso Creek, *»«£«£<£<£<£<£<£«£ 1280 Acres Sold Last Week Take the Santa Fe Train to Elmo Station—Ranch House One-Half Mile South. AGENT AT THE RANCH WILL PROSPECT FOR OIL IN OCEAN OFF REDONDO. UHDONDO REACH, Oct. 19.—The Tidewater Oil Company hns been organized by prominent business men, R. C. Davis and J. C. Langston being the promoters. Several acres of beach sand along the Blxby ranch have been leased and a franchise from the government for a wharf has been secured. The, company will prospect for oil in the ocean. Experts from Summerfield says that indications along the entire coast In that vicinity arc similar to those in the famous Stimmedland district where hundreds of oil derricks mark the location of many big producers. Dependable Goods at Welll'a Sweaters are Stylish, Neat and Warm (let one. We're now showing all the new fall styles and we ean assure yon they're very pretty. Sweaters are handy things to have, as they're nice to wear, for they're light, warm and pretty. If you're thinking of buying a new sweater, by all means see our !!"W lille. \\V have all sixes—;ill prices \ ml many styles. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street LOCAL HORSES EXCITE INTEREST Gil Summers, who recently ship- it>d his string to Santa Anita, is ex- :itlng horsemen at the track with the fin e appearance of his Kismet year- Ings. Summers has a bunch of them and if they race up to expectations they will bring fancy prices any time he decides to sell them. They were bred near this city on the Kerf ranch. 6ETCHEU. is !j a k e CADILLAC AGENT "LITTLE JOHNNY JONES" COMING ON THURSDAY. "Little Johnny Jones" comes to the Bakersfleld Opera House next Thursday evening, when doubtless the legion of followers of that most popular of all musical comedies will wear the smile that will not be eradicated, for of a surety no Jollier, snappier, of more rib-tickling play has visited tha classic precincts of this village foi many a day. Ceo. M. Cohan haa succeeded In evolving a musical comedy with a real plot, and ther Is Just enough love Interest in "Little Johnny Jones" to keep the folks who loan towards the sentimental side of life in a delightfully preoccupied condition. Song hits galore are found In "Little Johnny Jones." Startling situations are found In "Uttlo Johnny Jones." A chorus, which Is never idle is found in "Little Johnny Jones" and through it all stalks "The Unknown," who says everybody In the world has got u mean disposition because they do not countenance his i convivial views of life. This unique 1 character must, be seen to be appreciated. It Is a classic In so far as musical coinedv Is concerned. C. Ii Oetchell, the auto livery man, is now deep in the automobile business. Yesterday he made the announcement that he has secured the agency for the celebrated Cadillac car and will hndle the machine for Kern County. He expects a demonstrator with one of the 1909 new model "30's" here about November 1st. The headquarters for Oetchel will be the Bakersfleld Garage. Al Thackery, the Kissel agent, left yesterday afternoon for Tulare, Visalia and Hanford on a business trip. C. T. Lovell, sales manager of the Kissel Company, spent yesterday In town, coming down from San Francisco. Anderson is Killed in an Auto Wreck (Continued from Page I.) CALIFORNIA FRESHMEN DEFEAT THE STANFORD BABIES O. G. Dixon mornlmr for a and family l<-n this s «tav i:i I'Yesiio. . •2 Bakersfield Iron Works Oil Well Tools and Supplies PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230---L, M AND 24 STREET wreck about fifteen minutes later and took Mrs. Anderson and daughter to their home at 1904 I street, arriving there about 7 o'clock. In the meanwhile word had been sent to Selma and Drs. Hopkins and Thome of this city were telephoned for. Louis Anderson was removed to the sanitarium and the body of Jacob Anderson taken charge of by the doctors. After making an examination of the dead man's brother, the party started for Fresno with the body, arriving about it o'clock. Mrs. Anderson said the Armenian was drunk and that he was wobbling all over the road, claiming that the accident was unavoidable. She was taken to her home, where she is prostrated over the awful shock. The story (old by those who were the scene after the affair and by those in the wagon was that Anderson was driving at a rapid rate of speed, that he was on tho wrong side of the road and that he had no lights out, although It was practically dark. Yet it hose who have known Anderson can- and gold j not account for the catastrophe, de- off their i elm-in (], a t Anderson was one of tho drivers. In Fresno. Sev- last night remarked j Dr. J. S. Weiser r of the Weiser Optical Co., TOM I street, Fresno, will be in Bakersfield one week commencing, Monday, October 19, 1908, and will stop at the New Southern Hotel. Eyes Examined Free All Work Guaranteed STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Oct. IS. —Before 4000 people the California and Stanford .freshmen yesterday played a fast and exciting game of Rugby. The final score was California 21, Stanford 5. The play was full of thrilling, spectacular runs and rushes. The teams had a far better knowledge of the game than the previous on baby teams, and in consequence a first class exhibition was given. This was particularly so In the first linlf, when both tennis were playing an even faster game and at half time it looked like a victory for either side. In the second half the him boys swept their opponents feet. . The playing of California's for- i nl( , Ht careful wards was Irreslmable, and they scor-j ,,,. a ] f r | on( ]g ed K, points in the hitter half. j tn!lt on o ,. c . ua | (m wnon tney had boon driving with him they had especially noted Ills manner of cautious driving. The remains are at the undertaking parlors of Stephens & Dean, where an impiest will bo held .this morning. Drs. Hopkins and Thome made a hurried examination of the body In the I morgue last night and discovered ! that, death was caused by tho nip- Uni'e of an artery in tho abdomen, life passing out instantly. Tho marks ot the wheel were also on Anderson's chest, and i he left leg was fractured The only outward indication of the cause n|' death, however, was a large black and blue mark on the stomach. Anderson figured In an automobile and hicyele collision last. Friday at lerniion in town, when Robert Hum gnrdl was reslously Injured. Only ye:..lerday morning he telephoned I tlie sanitarium where Baumgardt. Is to ask ho\v hi! was getting along. The deceased was for a long tine a butcher at Kinpdmrg. Later h< Notice i- beieby given that ! Intend'.sold his interests there and embark to apply 10 the State Hoard of Prison ed In the oil land business In Bakers Bakersfield ice Delivery. Bakersfleld Ice twllvery. Phone Main 82. Supply station now open at 18th and K streets for transient trade. Family Rates For 1MB. 100 pounds ~t one time, 60c per hundred. 50 pounds at one time, 75u per hundred. Under 50 pounds, fl per mmflred. Lower rates for large oonaum- •rs. ' tt PATENTS— Hazard * Strauss, Angeles. Patent book fra* lot THE TRUXTUN BEALES RETURNS FROM EUROPE. Mr. and Mrs. Trnxtnn lieale and Miss Alice One. who left their home In San Hafacl in the curly purl of May and have since .been traveling In Kit- rope, returned last week. They will spend the winter In San Rafael. The tea which uill Introduce Miss Oge toj society will lake place at the home of Mrs. llejile Nome time In I lie near future. Mi» Oge is a pretty girl and one D) 111 1 most accomplished of the season's buds. She has brought with her from I'.uis trunks full of the love- HeM thin-;- and Is quite the envy of a lioKt of u'liniring fri'-U'lK. Miss One ii;is alwn - made h'-i home In San Rafael an I ls v er> |.»i>ular with the younger ->•! there. .Sail Francisco (.'all.' NOTICE. I , Director.- for a parole from the stale prison a' San Quentln, according l<> law. Signed. ARTHUR II. SAMUKI.S 78 No. 22407. field. He was successful in his latest j venture and friend* stated last nlish' that. If he had lived he would have accumulated a fortune. Bankrupt Slock OF THE United Harness Co Of all classes of Harness, Saddles, Whips, Kobes, Blankets, Buggies and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade. Corner Chester Ave. and 20th Street.

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