The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 24, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 24, 1908
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tAT9R8AY, OCT01BR 24, 1MB. THK BAKERS TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold Trv ttis;inil Hornby, Coujjli Syrup. \\V ll i( \vill .sf<>|> th;K \v \vii;ii it hits ilum- 1'or others wliiil il will do for von. (lot it ;it Uaers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks Leading Druggists. "•>'**< '.. y ** it* ^ ™ ^^BP^ i ATIONAL CREST COFFEES LY I I Bakerefleld Grocery i ^™ ^ M > Tomorrow or the next day tho new Ley nor compressor U expected to ar- j rive from Denver for installation at | tho plant of the Stratton water system On the Oregon-Midway property In Midway. The machine was ordered several months ago by Mr. Stratton through T. S. Smith, California agent for the Leynor Company. It Is of sufficient capacity to supply all ihe water needed by the Producers Wilier Company and will be In place and In operation shortly after it la landed hero. ( From reports leroivod from Midway today. It seems that tho water condition '« in'oatly improved. The South- em Pacific Is'supplying a good amount daily and the Stratton system, -which .was started tip again several days ago is again .supplying a good amount. MAY • I What About That The Bryan Club Will Meet Carlson, tin- "hazy Swede was ar rested again today by Constable Newell for disturbing residents south of town. The prisoner will be examined for insanity, tho officers having exhausted all otiif.T means of dealing with (he fellow. A week ago he frightened several women near the Wlble orchard and deliberately entered the I homo o!' Jh-nry Hunks nnd asked for I somthliiR to oat. He was arrested j and upon promising to leave town: Jndgo Black granted his release. He 1 did not leave, however, and this morninH after frightening several of the Banks' neighbors entered the house again. Carlson is lazy and Indolent in HIP extreme and presents an idiotic appearance. Workingman Was John Suit Theso $!•) suits at Ketllu'ks are inadu up in every fabric, \mive, * * pattern and color combination that will be worn by the best dresser* this season. For $15 you can a suit • * * * * * * « *'» * « M. T. Ke:m, proHldrnt of the Hi-van C'luh. lias called a meet- in^ of the cluh for tho online onsi.-. ICrrn City, for Monday night, to alfl In making urran^c- mentH for the Uell-Phelnn moot- iim on Tuesday night. Kvery meniher of the club is urged to attend. v * *:• A A A * * AUTO OWNERS FOR TAFT; SOME OTHERS FOR 9RYAN The local trust paper prints n story about a man with an automobile K"iii£ to vote for Taft. Sun- thing! Most of tho men with automobiles are for Taft. MkfMvfsr' most of the men with yachts. However the men who walk and carry dinner pails (not very full these days) are pretty much all go- to vote for Bran. .*. *:* » * * * * * V •Tt *.» » *.* ^ #_• *.* *:# * A A • 4 NOTICE OF MEETING. Notice is hereby clven that the annual meotliiK of the stockholders of the below nanied canal com nan v for IV DRUG Bros Comer ne Detow naUKHl ca ie purpose of eject! 10 transaction of sue as niiv be brought b -i 1 * will bo nanv. I* u n t v c ir i oth oro t tho office o directors and usiness 1 v A V * • said Com-and Company's i-rn c office building .corner of 19th and, H sin-els. BakorsfiVld. California, at tho dan? and hour sot opposite the name: Ki-ru Hlver Canal and Irrtmitlnc Co., Nov. 7. 1I»OS. ut 2 p. m. t , P.O. MIJNXEU, hoc. to ubovo named Canal Com mm v. K(Mn Couutv Lund Company's office H »t roots V The local trust, organ this morning quoted a worklngman as offering to bet $500 on Taft and $100 each on New York, Indiana or California going for Taft, and It intimated that the odds on the general result were 5 to 1. Ernest Laird, who is something of a worklngman himself, visited toe. Echo office this afternoon with $100 and wanted some of the 6 to 1 money. "Oh, that's in New York," said the trust editors. "This money *s even." But it developed there was no money to bet at all and Mr. I*alrd left with the Injunction to send the "worklngman** around. Later .M. T. Kean went to the same office to wager $200, $100 each on New York and Indiana, The trust editors referred Mr. Kean to a well known banker as the "workingman," and when the banker was questioned as to who really wanted to bet, he said John D. Rockefeller was the man. So far no local man has seen fit to go up against Mr. Rockefeller. * * which in stylo, lit ami finish, tit least equals (anil we oonscien- tiously believe surpHssos) many $2") suits made by tailors to your order. You Can See Many in The Win M ore in ows— TheS * * * * * Kern * * * * * * Board Sustained * * * * * * (Continued from Page I.) \\mldlnK. oovnor 19th and Bak«THtietd. CiOU. bbath the Ch GETTING IN warrant of law, such a resolution necessarily void. In this state a county Is a corporation, a public corporation, Invested by the state with subordinate powers to bo exercised for local purposes. Tho I power of tho various officers of the county are such and such only as they have been invested with by law. "Every county Is a body politic and corporate and at* such has tho powers specified in this code, or in special statutes, arid such powers as are j necessarily Implied from those ox] pressed." Political Code, Sec. lorm. In son oral, those powers can bo errised only by tho board of supervisors. U can not, I think, bo successfully nutint stint''! that any ox- pressed or implied authority can bt j found in, or derived from, tho existing county government act. or any ihe course herein complained of and sought to bo pro- vented. "A writ of mandate will issue mlt from 1)0 placed ihereon not authorized by law." Par ; trid.ue vs. Devotee. US Cal. 1«7. i There Is nothing- In the. opinion Han!-;, rendered In tho case of Denton vs. i hulldiut:. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock i \' a nn et al. by tho court of tho Third Sf. mass m mas At St. Francis CaMiolic cluirch, avenue an ! I st root—- ni. Children's mass at . Iin . Sunday r.-decliisM classes in | s( ,, f al I'.:!" a. '-,. lli-h .it * 1 •}. in. \Vspt•' < Friday 30th MUSIC EVERY EVENING Prof. Each And Frid SMITH VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER sormon \\Vekd "ll'l " [' lit. urdii.v will be a day of l"a-i am! ahsiineac* (i. ('* [-'nin,!, rector Christian Science Services Hall, lYoilivers , . > i ii l • «l. .» » I 1 V \ i| Milt II U til *. m.-ts.v.v ;t MI. Noxr > to compel an officer to o ie "\o oi All Saints ballot anything sought to lil*^* ilHli tillStlfll*tlf ( f »U. .,.- --,.. >,^. * l. ,,..!,_. i i. _. te D ons Studio Phone 338 Main O M US1C Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC a well stocked harness shop e ours you have numerous styles to selm-t from. Look at our $,"> plush robes, our $4 woo] robes. Ijfiru* 1 liorse blankets, $1.50 with sureiuylt 1 . Street bliiukets, . Cloves all stles subject oi the lesson sermon. Uon Ai'iei Deaili." Weiinosi ii^ at s o'clock. Dedication Services. Pontecosia! Church of ttu- one. on IMth and I streets, will bo dod- •Proba-J appellato district In any way adverse oven-) to the views horeln exi>reHsed. That was an action of mandate to compel tile board of supervisors of Colusa county to approve the bond of an applicant for a license to conduct a saloon. The board declined to ap- Will C. Williams, pastor. Miss Pearl prove the bond, assigning as a rea- Uodrlck oi the Poniel work will as-! acm tnat ^e electors of the precinct sist. Special singing by Mrs. R p.' had voted that no saloon licenses Davis, Mrs. M. K. Stophonson. Mrs! i should be issued therein. The action icated Ocrober uruh at 11 n. m., b A. B. HERRIN 1517 19th Ma ltd M, CcCioUand, Misses Clara J>ar-Me the board was sustained by the isse IS HERE f Tk Kissel Forty V \ - ^ Will be continued for 1909 at the same price. The improvements on this popular model consist of heavier, brakes, 36-in, -wheels, heavier front axle, ll.Vm base. It vritt also be much better finished, and possessed of easier ridimg qualities, Al Thackery, ^^^•V^^^^^K Kern County ii. EOAD $2150 OAB Aik son, Grace McBrido, Josephine Bride and Blanche Pollock. First Baotist Church. '* Corner 20th and O st roots. Smith. A. M.. minister. Phoiu 76s. Residence 1919 G street. Morning worship at 11 o'clock a. m. Tho sermon will be the fourth In the, series on "Th.e Law of God". Topic,' "The Least Disobedience Is Fatal.'" Kvening worship at 7:SO. Sermon topic, "A Noble Response to a Manly Call." Bible school at 10 a. m. Young men's Bible study class, meets In separate room, at 10 a. rn, Kvery young man not already connected with a similar organisation is invited to join himself to this growing' crowd of men. f B. Y. P. U. moots at fi:,')i) p. n i. Our! large class of young people this even-' Ing begin their study of Africa. Text! book: "Daybreak in the Dark Continent." ! The normal training class, for Sun-' day school teachers and prospective' Sunday school teachers, moots Wed-i neaday evenings at 8:110 o'clock. Prayer meetings, Wednesday evon-l iuff». 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock. Come and! worship with us. The Christian Church. There will l>o preaching at tho Chris-' turn church, tomorrow, at 11 a. m and at 7:30 p. m. Morniug subject"What is the Reason for Your Hope 011 Kvening subject: "What Think Yo of 1 Christ? Whose Son is Ho?" Sunday! school iU 10 a. m. Alfred Brunk, miu-i later. ! A New Pastor. ' Or. p. T. Walker, who for throe' years was the successful pastor m' Beth Kden Baptist church, Oakland i and who organized the Second Baptist church of Vallojo. and tho First church of Goldfteld, is called to Second Baptist church in this city and! will preach there both mornlg and ening of Sunday, "Trail Blaming; a Night at Sea.' The Epworth League will meet at tf. p. m. At the evening service at 7:oUJ tho pastor, Uev. B. D. Snudden, will give the second of a series of Sunday evening addresses on "Thrilling Adventures of Holy Writ." The theme for tho evening will be "A Nlgtu at Sea". All are cordially invited to the services of tfeto church. , court, and should have been sustained regardless of the reason given. Supervisors, in the exercise of tho Iv. C.! police power vested in them, can grant 1 Main! 0! ' refuse licenses, can prohibit tho sale of Intoxicating liquor altogether, they see fit, and they are not bound to assign any reason for their uctlon. Whatever they do in the exercise of their undoubted powers, they are presumed to do It In the interest of the people for whom they act. But while they have such power, they cannot delegate it directly or indirectly. If the people In their collective capacity wish to participate directly in legislation they have only to make adequate provision therefor. Our supreme coiyt In a recent matter, in reference to Pr'ahler (decided October 13, 1906), held the initiative and refer- <Uim features of the freeholders' charter of Los Angeles not repugnant either to the constitution of the United States or to that of Colifornla. l,e the writ Issue, as prayed for. CHURCH, Judge. * PAINT YOUR HOUSE * House painting Is my specialty. * I use nothing but the best materials, guarantee my work and < charge reasonable prices. . I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 THE HUB The Special Store for Men and Boys. BRYAN TALKED OF THE PANIC OF '07. MIDDLBTON. N. Y.. Oct. 24.—Bryan begun today the first of five days' campaign of Now York stae, devoting nearly all of his time to a discussion of the panic of I9o7, "SAN DIEGO The Beer a Quality and if you 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 Cttt/omfcui Ada tutt warerooma

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