The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 23, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 23, 1908
Page 8
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1908. THfi nAKKRHFIBLP CALIFORNIA^ TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 PEROXIDE SOAP A. D. S. •* A mild skin bleach; its con- » use keeps the skin white. It is a most satisfactory soap for every day u«e. dreamy lather and is d-'li- sately perfumed. It makes the skin white. 25c cake. Get it at Baers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer' Leading Druggists. ~BC)RN. GETS Oil AND IS A, P, EYHMID IS ASSAULTED In B;il;er.-.[ifH, ' October 2;!, 1908, to Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Cline, a son. WILLIAMS-At r.rati'.te Station, October 22, 1!»OR, to Mr. aud Mrs. Jas F. Williams, a daughter. Tlio McKltricU Oil (Jompany-Callfor IMUnl)urg Oil Company dispute ove the iwssession of tho HOC) ion 12 at Me Klttflck took another turn today whei ' it became known that th<- California ll'litsburg Company brought In a wel „„ the property Wednesday. The Mt iKittrlok Company, having secured o 11,, its well, drilled in opposition to th I hoi.- of tho Ciilifornla-I'lttHburK, about 1 two weeks ago. today began injunction 1 proceeding aualnsi Will Davis and I others of the Callfornla-t'lttsburg Co. IcontondinK against the local people i for the possession of the suction. The pup.-1-s are boini; .served this afternoon. Tin- proceeiiiiiK* make an interesting climax to the celebrated dispute. Both contenders have drilled wells and the MeKlttrick believe that by reason of first location and first oil their claim to the (erriior; is now positively ue- | cured. Their efforts to prevent the ! Callfonila-PlUsbui-K from further op- i orations will be watched with interest, ] The case is H strortfc test of a number of vexed land disputes that are now pending. I The depth of the California-Pittsburg hole Is being kept secret, as Is also the character of the well. The MeKlttrick well was put on the pump ' Saturday last. No estimate of Its j production has yet been secured as A. P. Kyi Mini, the well known whole anle and liquot man, was assaulted bj John liorell. n eook employed In a down town restniirant. this afternoon] us the result of a dispute arising during a friendly ^anu> of cards. Borell was arrested upon complaint of Hy- raud by Officer HrlRRs. r \ Eyraud and the cook were playing i cards for ci^ais Eyrnnd discovering that his opponent was endeavoring to take an unfair advantage, of him, toss | ed his cards away and refusing to! play with him further, offered to buy j he cigars and call the game at an end. This angered the cook and he became abusive. Kyraud ordered him 'rom the house. The saloon man thought the Incident closed. He then wrote a letter ind when he stepped onto the side wall; to mail it. Borell, who had been waiting his chance, struck Eyraud twice. Officer Briggs was called and the cook placed under arrest. Eyraud was not Injured. What About That 15 Suit? > W ^^-zz • These $15 suits at Ttcdlieks are made up in every fuhric. weave, piittern and color combination that will be worn hy tlie host dressers this season. For $15 you can fret n suit which iu style, fit and finish, at least equals (and we conscientiously believe surpasses) many $•25 suits made by tailors to your order. You Can See Many in The Windows— • More in The Store INTEREST IN THE FOOTBALL GAME Tickets are selling rapidly tor the football game Saturday between the town team ami the high school eleven. It seems that a great number of business men expect to be on hand t«> see what Is expep ted .to be a fast LU-UU,,^.,,,, ..»<• .-- ...... - --------sand has been causing much trouble, game, one that will stir the blood and A suit to riuiet title accompanies j pause tliuin to forget business trou- the injunction proceedings. TIOMAL CREST Bread YOU WANT IT \ iOLO ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Is good—but It's better still when made of KERN RIVER MILLS FLOUR Of all flours, this is the best. Learn It's goodness Immediately. At all grocers. [KERN RIVER MILLS FLOUR NOTES AND PERSONALS. Los Angeles ' blow. Lust night both teams were practlc- 1 I ing hard, and expect hard work again j today. i tonight. | HalloweVn The members of the town team, B . ^ were heard commenting upon the i ' playing of their opponents last night. r c v They kept saying, "I wonder what Ings^'company,'corner~Chester avenue thev think we will be doing while j anrt Twentieth street. tf ,hev are pulling off that play." Mr. and Mrs. Hazel P. Blodget ai- li appears that the town team Isjrlvod from the north yesterday morn- roally troubled, and truly wondering | ing. what they will be doing In the midst, Just received a large assortment of of the fray when such fake plays are! gent's Harry Thomas I* I' 1 novelties at the Bon 76 in from McKlt- "Bankrupt sale of the United Har- GRAND OPENING OF Dreamland Skating Rink Friday, Oct. 30th MUSIC EVERY EVENING "* i ferns. Ardizzi-Olcese Co. J2 pulled off as the school team are prac. j George fllaukenship, brother of Phil ticing. j Blankenship, and J. McAllister are One notable change iu the school | neni from \ V 'asco. lineup is the substitution of Loyal j \vtute felt hats cleaned and re- CSrandy for Spot Macmurdo at quar-' blocked. Leave orders with us at the Now is Hie Rubbsr Goods Buy them now and make of them these cold mornings. An Absolute Guarantee for one year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Got one today. BAKERSflCLD DRUG GO. Kahler Bros, ter. Spot got off color lately in prac-! tice, so Ctraudy was tried out.; Gruiuly has speed, plenty of vim, and, calls the signals off clearly, and thi*. with a good inside knowledge of the game should make him a success. The school lineup for Saturday will be as follows: Church, U T., first hall'; Deiinen, left tackle, second half: Runkin. L. G.; Stockon. I,. E.; Baker, center; Walter Stiern, R. C,., first half; Bennie Forker, R. G., second half; Wegis, R. T.; L. Stroud, R. E.: Wieman, F. B.; J. Stroud. L. H.; [l. McKinley, R. H.; Grandy, quarter. The town team Is unusually heavy and such speedy men as Hugo McKln- ley and West Brown will make things Interesting for the school team. On the other hand the school team has had the best training, and more re- Special tPtoftam Each Tuesday And Friday PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 10th ulocKod. i,eav« umc.o „...- — Willow; also old hats retrImmed.and made to look like new; get om prices before going elsewhere. <•» I. Strassburger came In from Midway last evening. ; Baldy Wilson and others went quail shooting this morning. Ten per cent off on all trousers and overall at Ardizzi-Olcese Co. <* : Rosson Woods returned from a vis- It to the northern part of the valley this morning. ' Mr. Wm. J. Bry»n may n^e heard to speak on the Issues of the day at Nlederaur's Furniture Store, 1408 19th street. Come in and lioar htm Charles P. Fox has been at Tracy ; for several days past, 1 Great reduction 6n all new fall dress 1 good* at Ardizzi-Olcese Co. <2 i Dr. A. F. Schafer, who has been .confined to his bed for several days j past, performed an operation at the i county hospital yesterday afternoon. C. F. SMITH, Mgr. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main N Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC cent practice, which will make them' T " he "i' lu i e 80n O £" Mrs. J. T. Smltfc play together better, It Is expected. j of InyQ Coun t y submitted 'to an eye THOMAS SCOTT'S MOTHER i Ten per cent off on all gents and , children'* shoes today only. Ardlzzi- DIES AT FRESNO., olcese C o. ' 2 8tB. STOP RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE Ami do some thinking. You know as well as we that our shop is the right place to come when you need yom\ harness repaired or you need any tkin» in the harness line. It takes just a moment of youv time to see our large stock of robes and blankets. It will pay you. A. B. HERRINQTON 1617 19th St. __ Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, mother of Attorney Thomas Scott and of former Assessor Wlnfleld Scott, died at the home of the latter in Fresno on Tuesday at 8:20 p. m. The deceased was 90 Superior Judge Bennett Is still confined to his home with a severe cold. Mrs. A. G. Hughes went to Los Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything pertaining: to the harness ("MINSTREL MISHAPS" AT THE MORLEY THEATER, "Minstrel Mishaps," a film portraying the misadventures of Doclcstader's minstrel troupe, IH one of the most laughable numoers in the excellent program shown for the first time at the Morley's theater last night. Another excellent subject Is "Buying a y at »:;su P. m. me ueceu^u „.. ™~jdfe Vuslness'now on at the years of age and was one of t ne |g"° ner ot Chester avenue and Twen provided the heartiest of laughs, and with the two songs, the week-end pro gram at the Chester avenue house la a fine one. PAINT YOUR HOUSE * House painting Is my specialty. * I use nothing but the best mate- * rials, guarantee my work and * charge reasonable prices. v . I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 * Several other comic numbers THE - . The Special Store for Men and Boys. . , ( CUI lie* v* ^-» early pioneers of the state, she having tletfc 8 t re et. . -„ , come across the Isthmus In 1855. For | Angeles last night, having been called most of her life in California. Mrs.: there by the serious Illness of her Scott resided at Xiles, Sunol and Bak-' mother, ersfleld. Besides the two sons named, M r8 . Harry Byal leaves tonight for there survive her a daughter, Mrs. Wm. Snyder of Nlles and several grand I children. The Interment will take ! place at Irvlngton In the family burial [ plot. j a trip to Los Angeles. A COMPLETE LINE We have the most complete line of Pianos ever shown in Bakersfleld, with prices ranging ta-P of .U otter Pianos and is selwtod as being 1HE BfcSl, by Paderewski and other musicians. Let us show yon through our Piano Department. FIFTEEN YEAR OLD BRYANITE j DROPS INTO VERSE. I _ I The Bryan enthusiasm hits oven pervaded the public schools. A lad who describes himself as 15 aud an ama- tour, (tends in the following: Hard times will pass by Lllce a cloud oVr the sky, (May all live 10 bee the day) When Democracy holds sway. The full dinner pall is a dream of the past, The people have found out at last For now instead of the full dinner pail Many have had to walk the rails The trusts make UK- prices ilu> poor man must pay And that's why 1 sitm "Hooray fur the day When Bryan and the people once more hold sway. Hoyde n Fumitwe Dyer & fanes ARTHUR WEABER IS NOT SO WELL TODAY, Arthur Weaber, who baa been confined to his home with stomach trouble for the past several days, Is not BO well today. Mr. Weaber la Buffering considerably and M yet bl «' ailment bas not b«en determined. "SAN DIEGO" The Beer of Quality and if yon don't know it already, then it's up to you to find out the good news right away. San Diego is a pleasing beer, and the right beer for everybody. FredGuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooma 1511 18th street. No bar attached. Phone Mala 99. You are losing time by looking elsewhere for. that new fall suit or overcoat. Come right here and yon will secure just what you are looking for. We aim to sell nncl do sell the best ready- for service garments in te eity at the lowest price. "What we offer will interest you. "Collegian" elothes, the clothes of the hour! $15 to $3O

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