The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 27, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 27, 1908
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and irivo or \\'«M <*Mtaloir Get One o f Our Handsome New Catalogs Our i!i-\v fall eutnloi; is 'A for distribution now \vt> \vil] })c pleased to 'ml yon one. (|iiitt j provul of our ihl wc'iv sure you'll rusiiiir its contents. Every! him: is boa ut if ally illnst rated, with prices. A oat.'ilotf like ours will help you plan your Christmas gif 5. Don't forgot — hut get one rijrht away. •-*- * American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street Kern ™ ^^"^ "^ ^^™^ ^^^^^ ^^^"^™ ^^^^^ ^^^F^' ^B"^ ^^ '• ' ^^^^^^L Kern City I NOTES AND PERSONALS. I • i MEXICAN Kern society is all In a stir over the fnct that the illmiified i»r!nol|»nl .of schools, TV. 0. Pauly, is to blacken up anil appear as end man at the Elks' Minstrels, anil all of Kern will no doubt be present at the performance tn witness his triumph. Will Compton returned last night on No. S after spending the day with relatives iu Tulare. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Sharrocks have returned from Wisconsin, where they have been visiting for the past four months. Little Alfred Estrlbou, sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Estrlbou, was quite ill Sunday, but is very much better today. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Harrow and BllICK AGENT WILL ENIER CAR A Mexican came into Chas. Oagm barber shop yesterday and tried dispose of three hair clipper^ Oagne became suspicious of the fellow and called in Marshal Badger, In the meantime the Mexican became alarmed and left the shop, leaving the C. S. Howard, general manager of •lit- Uo\\a;ii Auioiiiobile Company m San KrancUto, which has the t'al;- i-ncy ior (fee Buk-K nu\ is here today. Mr. Howard highly in favor o[ the auto rac to be held in this city Nn- loth, He inspected the Ihul- /nit truck tills afternoon and has to ruler one of the "White Streaks." The: cur is t' ( »ur cylinder model similar to the one children have gone to Keene short visit. for a clippers behind. The officer and Gagno miw ll( '*»S driven by William S. TYv- proceeded to follow him, Keeping about ten feet behind him, when suddenly he turned the corner, and, as if the earth had opened up and swallow, od him, he disappeared. Hunt as they would they could find no trace ol him, and nothing has been seen of him since. While walking ahead of tha events, the handicap and that race for' marshal and the barber he kept say *. H is a regular model ami not ! " utni( tl 'd eepedally for race pur- "*' s. The "White Streak" has be* con:.> very popular in San Francisco and Mr. Howard had a hard time meeting the demand. The Buick will be entered in two Mrs. J. M. Dunn of McKittrick Is ing that he was going to get his partner, and they supposing that he had one and that they would get them In town for a few days. W. S. McKee, formerly an old-time cars of $1250 value or under. Murray, well known in auto will be at the wheel. , Frank, racing :oney Loan railroad man, but now a representative of the Pacific Mutual Insurance Company, was In town Sunday ing on old friends. i both, allowed him to take the lead. The clippers were stolen from a call- Japanese barber shop in Bakersfield, which was burglarized a week ago yes- AIR SHIP MAKES TIME AGAINST THE WIND XVe baye .unlimited funds to loan on improved farna property at 7^% per annum,, and on long tenoB and easy .payments, If you are paying a high rate of Interest tnls proposition should interest you. Bakersf ield Abstract G6O. NAY. M0r. Chevttt Avev ami 19th St. B**oment. FORESTERS IN SESSION. High Court of the Independent Or- Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bernard left on the noon train yesterday for Los Angeles. Mrs. J. H. Ammerman has gone to Arm on a for a short visit. Mrs.. R, Guilfoyle returned on the afternoon train yesterday to Fresno, after spending a few days here with relatives. R. O. Whittekin of Coaiinga is tn town for a few days. P. R. Blackford of McKittrick is a gueet at tbe Metropote. H. A. Ironside of Oakland is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Croy for a few days while on his way to the southern part of the state. The work of laying a cement side terday. U Gallagher was brought ID from McKittrick last evening by Constable Hubbard to be taken to Lindsay today to face a misdemeanor charge. , Oct. 27.— > Zeppelins airsS.ip made an ascension today with Zeppelin himself at the! Prince Henry of Prussia and Mtschtke accompanying. The. ship started in the "direction of ITber-i Charles Fredrick is now serving 90 lin - fin nsainst a strong wind, making days for indecent exposure, having been sentenced In McKittrick ydster- day. ' Abe Valencia, charged with threatening to kill, was taken to Delano this morning for his examination. VALEAU der of Foresters is being held in San walk in front of the Kern llbrary ha8 Diego this wfeeh. Myron Holmes of this city left last night to be in attendance. been started. W. J. Reed, superintendent of agents for the Pacific Mutual Insurance Company is here from Los Angeles. NOTICE OF MEETING. Notice Is hereoy given llmt the annual meeting of stockholders of the O1 . nivnp v(aR * prf i nv nn McKittrick Oil Company will be held Old River >' esteula > on at Us office, room No. 307, Producers Savings Bank building, Baker- afield. California on Monday, November 9th, 1908, at 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, for the election of a board of di- J. H. Kaar and Dave Hense went to a business ^ ^ trip. b Mrs. A. G. Coleman, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Voll, a rate of 37 miles an hour. Af on altitude of 600 feet, it disappeared in the clouds, it is the intention to remain in the air several hours. BUT THE TRUST DIVIDENDS GO ON i NEW YORK, Oct. 27.—Directors 6f ( tbe United States Steel Corporation ( today declared a quarterly dividend of half per cent on common, and one and a quarter on preferred. !• "While in the army in 1863 I was • * Delano take n with chronic diarrhoea;* says George M. Felton of South Gibson, Pa. "I have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief, until Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, persuaded me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hakersfleld; Kern Drug Co., Kern. * for a few days, has returned to her rectors and such other business as home in Fresno, may be brought before the meeting. , Mrs. W. R. Mongerson has gone to C. BROWER, Secy, Office, room No. UOT^Producers Savings Bank building, corner 19th and H streets, Bakersfield, California. 10-26 Armona for a short visit. Mrs. R. R. Rosenherger and Mrs. G. R, Peckham left Sunday for a short visit in Los Angeles. Mrs. Rosenber- gs will meet her mother, who will r*. ' ing ° n thc * Sunst>t ™"™<* fo ' turn to Kern wiih JI*T daughter and ! nmo ' 1H in town a £ a!n - Abe Valencia, the young youth who was examined for threatening an-officer before Justice Timmons at Delano today, was held without ball. Valencia complained bitterly over the telephone this afternoon. He has just completed a ninety day sentence for a similar offense. Morse Williams, the fellow wno "What did father say when you signed the name of Leroy Whitney to asked him for me?" a check cashed by F. J. Snrnow and was arrested Saturday for forgery, was arraigned this morning in Judge Marion's court and his examination set for Friday morning at HI oYlork. "He didn't say anything. He fell my neck and wept/'—Chicapo Record- Herald. \ NOW IS THE TIME. To inspect our xtoek of winter 's, horse blankets* uiul storm aprons, our line is complete with every tiling nmleil for the horse. Tents, all sixes mxl prices, car- re' t ri mm i air and harness repairing a PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS. visit for a few days before returning to In r home in Sacramento. The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Chnnh will have a home cooking sale jSaiiirday at Hand & Metzner'p. P. 1-r.rkhalter, superintendent ol' the, Siu-ramento division, passed through Kern ihls morning on No. 7 in his 3 pi-hate car. the "Saco." \V, V. Patterson arrived this morn( n No. 7 frum Santa Barbara. A. AtHifson experts to leave to- for Sawtelle. Mrs. J. G. Hancock has returned from Traver, where she was,, called * several davs aco on account of the v illness of her grandmother. O. Darrow has gone to Tucson to attend a meeting of the signal supervisors of the southern district. Assistant Superintendent .7, H. ! Bankrupt sale of the United Har| ness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf Harry Douglas was in from Oil City yesterday. Chas. Premo hus returned visit in Long Beach. from a Miss Grace r \ yler has taken a in thf K^ho oflk-e. po- i M Mr. nnd Mrs. Asher Miller, who l-.uvo noeii guests of their relatives?, . and Mrs. McKcuzie, for the past "I have used diainoeriuin's Colic, Cholera and uuirrooea nemed.v since it was nrsi introduced to The rmbnc In 1872, and" have n^ver found one stance where a cure was not spt effected by Its WSP. I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years . nnd never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," Bays H. S Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a remedy ior thirty-five year he knows its value and is compe tent to speak of it. For sale by 3aei Bros., Bakersfield; Kern Drug Co.,' COUNTRY BOYS WANTED FOE BUSINESS POSITIONS. of Oakland and San ; rancisco, and othrr large cities, want week, left on the noon train yester- young men reared in the country to' day for Los Angeles. | prepare for commercial positions. Kx-^ „,. „, i M. , , i perlence has shown that the average' The \\oman s Club will meet tomor- boy from tno fl| n h h bit f row afternoon at the home of Mrs. O.' ' try and integrity that make for success V. McClure, 51« N street, and all members are requested to be present. The UtllcH Aid of Dual Church of Rosedalc will meet tomorrow at the homo of Mrs. \\il- Dobhs went north this morning on No.) Ham Upton in the Virginia Colony. •T I The Polytechnic Business College of Oakland, Oil., has itauh' a phenomenjiJ! record in training and placing young; men ;ittd women in business positions 1 and the College is so located UH to provide homelike fcrorarinfintlonH ;it very low rates. | it. is said that every youn^c man who' Frank Cassidy, who has *,-* Bak ers field State Marshal Joe Coylt- of Fresno ban ntken the comjtlete course in bus- work- f was In town yesterday. - inens trnininK m this Collie nun ro-' I ceived rernuneraMve employment upon ( . j;r;nluation. ; j An illustrated Catalogue w'll be sent i free to any one who will write to' 'I'rof. \V. E. (tibsou, J*.»ti Twelfth street. 1 Oakland, Ciil, pera House ** .* »r* * Wednesday and Thursday H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, $• Eggs, and all farm products. •$• BAKERSFIED LODGE NO. 266 Grand Chorus Augmented Orchestra Partial Chas^e -of Program Thursday night. • *-/ Prices INSTR Prices Belmont and $1.00 it Grand Parade Wednesday noon in Kern City and Bakers ueld. HAVANA CIGARS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HVQH^^^p^^^^^^^^^^H^HI Saturday 9 __ — — — ^^H-H—r Oct 31st Curtain at 8:20 sharp. Carnages at 10:30 sh PLENTY OF GOOD NOTE—No person will be allowed to reserve more than ten for any one performance. The box sheet will open absol SEATS STILL LEFT clean. First come, first served, Advance sale of Seats open at Box Office for either night seats ute; The NEW kind FIRST BIG NEW MUSICAL SHOW TO VISIT THE COAST THIS SEASON Knight For a Day With Bobby Barr Sixty People Prices * w 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $L«0 Seats on Sale Thursday. MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION SPLENDID COMPANY BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Harry Leighton in the Title Role Laura Hudson as the Wife Prices, 25c, 50 75c and 1.00 Seats on Sale Thursday. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY N 'ltiu:, ilie \vurM i»\er MN '!)•• 'j-feafe Emerson, Estey, Kurtzmann, Sterling JIM-! Pianos. ft'eext ^]orK' \\\ :li i!) liili;e|xli.'l(|. I .u\V A, B. Chase, Aiv; Player e\er Sherman Clay & Go New Fish BIock-1820K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager

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