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THE BAKERSFIBLD CALIFORNIAN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. MOELEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Cont'nuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 Admission lOc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS: FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. -Living Posters (comedyf "An Indian's Honor" (drama of the "Lady 'janes' Flight (romance! west) "Love Lauohs at Locksmiths" ( ro- "The Promise" (a dream) — " SONGS— "When We Were Two "Captured by Telephone (comedy) Little Boys" "Romance of a War Nurse" (spe- "When the Harbor Lights are eial) Burnlrfg." Entire ohnnge of ?r<>i:nuii Monday and Thursday oights. MnUnoe Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. At end of month the holder of the lucky coupon is entitled to a gentleman's $25 overcoat or a lady's $25 cloak. "Trains for Business" Our dflicc in tin- (liillt's litiilditiu' is tm\v open, and \vc shall li»: <;lfi(l to give any inl'ormntion alioul our courses that may bo roi|nirt'(l. See is in regard 1o a business (ruining. We think we nan interest yon. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, ETC. Ask for Catalogue H. R. LUFKIN, Principal. The Southern Bakersfleld's Leading Hot*) Cultlne, Service Unwxcellcd MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO 1 Office PHone Main 60 Works Phone, Main 163 i BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING ! WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cal. DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embalrnera. Successor* to Morton & Connolly. J J(U ]y Attendant. 1414 19th It) KED CROC! AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main I). The fdiii) ird ff(j Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- erafleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street S. L. MACK, Cashier S. W. Wible, President J. J. MACK, Vice President. O. J. PLANZ, Asst. Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—S. W. Wlble, S. L.Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. Guggenhlme. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters ot Cre-UL The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their experience or observation to all ppersona desiring Information on matters o( business. C. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Uaber's Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. ROUGH DRY Did You Know •Wo will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all pieces that require starching and return to yon for •only 6 cents per pound! If yon are in a hurry telephone for us to call Friday morning and have thorn returned Saturday evening. Give us a trial. Satisfactionguaranteed. Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY NIGHT RIDER 1HLS 5IORY TU'TO.VVIl.l.K. Oct. 27.—"Red" Burton scii'-i unl'cssed night rider, told ft remarUal)!.' story toilay of night rider depredations in the vicinity of Reoll'oot I.iike, roiii'esslng to the pact he had played in the outrages which reached a culmination In the putting to death of Captain Quentin Rankln, a prominent attorney, on he banks of the lake a week ago tonight, and Implicating men prominent In this sec- 4> lion of the state. Among those who, he declares, hud a part In the killing of Captain KanUin, more than half are now In custody at Camp Nemo, the military ba.se near Hamburg. The confession was made In the j jail here to Sheriff Halnes of this i county, H. Ci. Harris, owner of a large) tract oi land in the Keelfoot district j who lias Miffeii'd much ut the bunds ' of the riders, and Mayor Cleveland Donelson, of Tiptonvilie. It was made freely and voluntarily. Apparently without a qualm of conscience, Burton gladly unfolded his story. While Burton denies that he was present when Captain Rankin was put to death, he admits that it was through information given by him that the band congregated and seized the attorney while he stopped at the hotel at \Valnut I^og. According to Durton's confession, Tom and Garrett .Johnson, under arrest, and William Watson, under bond in connection' with another raid, were the leaders of the Lake band. Burton declares that the first part he ever played as a member of the night rider band was when lie aided in the burning of a ftshdock at Samburg. He was one of a party which crossed the county line several weeks later from the Reelfoot Uike district, In the adjoining county of I^ake and whipped Justice of the Peoce Wlnn, au aged man. Coming to the killing of Ca'ptain j Rankln, Burton declared that on the' night before the lynching he went to Walnut Log and there met James F. [ Carpenter, the atorney of Union City, j at whose solicitation Rankin and • R. Z. Taylor, his assistant in the • Vest Tennessee Company, the owners if the lands upon which the lake ia ^ituated, cause ID the lake. It was stated that UK- visit u! the two men was to inquire ipto a timber denl with Carpenter. After tins coiivenia- ion, Burton says, tie Communicated vltli Ihe'ulKlit. riiicT li'iulers and told the Intended visit of the represnn- ative.s of tht; land company. Ho saw he two men at supper In the hotel on he following night but declares he fi Walnut Log early in the nlglit j ind went out to the lake to fish. He vas fishing when he heard the shots which ended the life of Captain Ran- : Un but did not return to the shore for some time. In the course of liis confession, Burton gave the names of no less than 'orty members of the night riders. Carpenter is under arrest as are a majority of those whom Burton Implicates, but as to their identity Sheriff Halnes would not say further, fearing Small Ads Inserted in the Californian Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements FRATERNAL B. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakorsfleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. B. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall. Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. R.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every WedneR' day evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited to attend, S. Sweitzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. The Californian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants, Five lines, one week • • BOo Five lines, three days 25o WANTED WANTED—To rent second hand typewriter. Address Mgr Skating Klnlc. Dreamland 77 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern^Lodga No. 76, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. HalL A cordial invitation to visiting Knights. DEGREE OF HONOR VALENTINE LODGE, No. 78. D of H. — Meets flrst and third Fridays In each month at A. O. U. W. hall at S p. m. Visiting members cordially Invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe. C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. WANTED—By a Japanese boy, any lilnit of work; small wages; one day ench wook. Inquire at 2120 L street and ask for George, or telephone Slain 1!!04. 77 WANTED—Woman to do general housework. Call up Main 1541. tl FOR BALE—MIICELLANEOU1 FOR SALE—One diamond ring, 1, 1-32 K. Chester ave. Cheap. Inquire 2010 76 WANTED—Gooff, gentle driving horse - FOR SALE—Four nice shoats. Apply L. H. Larson, Kern. Phono Main 1204. 77 FOR SALE—Two large draft anlmaln; can be seen at the Dexter stables. Also two saddle horses and two driving horses, which may be seen* and tried at the Dexter stable. 80 weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must'FOR SALE—Baby grand piano In flrst be safe aud reliable for woman to ] drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf WANTED—Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Con trading Co. teaches the trades by actual work, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. 1 -™ SAT -_ AB01I , lm) Union School of Trades, 124 East F ° R1 .P_ A . L 57:^ out ... 1 ,^. Ninth, Los Angeles. tf class condition, at a bargain. Inq- quire at 2213 F street. 77 HIGHEST CASH PAID for old rags, sacks, bottles, Ijron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Telephone Main 799. tf LOUT AND FOUND of flrst cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfeld. tt LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U.w — Meets every Thursday evening at S p. m., A. O. U. W. HaM, No. 1621 Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Talches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at S p. m. in the Workman Hfill, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, | C. of R FOR BALE—REAL £8TATI LOST—Monday, a gold chased brace-] let. Finder will please leave some FOR EXCHANGE—For Los Angeles at 902 Chester avenue and receive | home, a beautiful home near oil suitable reward. 77 FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the flrst sad third Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m., in K. of P. hall, in Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R. G. Libby, Treasurer. LOST—Saturday night. In Redlick's store or on sidewalk, a handkerchief with knotted crochet lace. The person who found it will please leave same with the floor walker at Redlick Bros. 77 fields and 5 acres of laud. This is just the place for an oil man. Address G. L. Robertson, 123 S Broadway, Los Angeles. 77 STRAYED—From Woody, Kern county, one bay driving mare; eleven years old. Also one gray work mule about five years old. Dragging stake ropes when last seen. Any person knowing the whereabouts of the animals will please notify C. C. Stockton, Bakersfield, and receive a suitable reward. 76 FOR EXCHANGE—Beautiful home at Palms, only 10 miles from Los Angeles; want 80 acres south of Bak- ersfleld. Write to Robertson, 123 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 7/ KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed- npsrtay night at 8 p. m. Visiting companions cordially invited. E. M. FRIANT. H. P. ORDER OF OWLS—BaKersfleld nest No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m., at Maud's hall. Visiting iriernliern eonliully invited. W. S. Hi'iifro, president; Jue Mackey, secretary. WANTED—A tUQi-oughbretl Hereford bull; not ov^r tlueo yo.iis old. Ap-! ply to Andri>w MoOisrk Host dale I'. | O., or Piute P. O. 76 WANTED—Boys with wheels to carry papers. Inquire at Californian office. tf MISCELLANEOUS TEN ACRES, $50 CASH—Balance $1 per month. Price $25 per acre. No taxes, no Interest. No risk. ProfUu certain. Located half mile from R. R. station, six miles from Bakersfield. Land level. No hardpan or alkali. Orange, fruit, and "Ine land, bearing orange orchards near. Frulta ripen for earliest markets. Payment* are easy, and land advancing. J100 per acre should be realized for the land before your contract expire*. Title good. Maps and further particulars on application. Right to raise price of land without notice re served. SUNSET REALTY CO., Fresno, Cal. tf PHYSICIANS BAKEBSPIELD SANATORIUM 2206 K Street Phone Main 411 TO EXCHANGE FOR HAY—One dark iron gray maro; thrco years old: weight 1-inn pounds. \Vm. (!. Hick:?, DRESSMAKING and chllirrens sewin at the Willow, rooms iMJ. 27, 28. Mrs. Russell in eluirue. Prices reasona-1 ble. Also ;i full line of millinery. White I'elt. hats oleimed. 7!» Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence ,'!01-2-,l, Producers Savings Bank building. Hours from 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Office and residence telephone Main 6(5. DR. R. B. REES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DR. CHAS; A. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon Office, Fish block, rooms 11 and 12. Office hours 11 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., that it would lead to additional vio- j 7 to S p. m. Phones, office, Main 150; lence and provoke an outbreak of, residence Main 973. their friends. Posses will start from Camp Nemo at once to gather in those not now under guard. All of the suspects under arrest have emphatically denied affiliation with night rider organizations. Burton was arrested at Sainburg Tuesday. FOR SUPERVISOR, Fifth District H. A. JASTRO Regular Democratic Nominee. NOTICE OF MEETING. Notice is hereny mvcu ,;,.,; the annual meeting of stockholders of the Mi-Klttrlck Oil Company will lx> held at its office, room No. lin; Producers Savings Bank building, Baker- sneld. Calitoruw on Monday, November 91 h, I'ius, at 1 o'clock p. 'm. of said day, tor the election of u hoard of dj. rectors and such otli.-r business as may be brought b.-foiv th,- meeting <'. HKIMVICK. Secy.' Office, room No. '.Mil, Producers .Savings Hank biiildiiiu. cnnier Huh ;md If streets, Bakcrsfu-Ui. California. 10-26 CHATEAU FRENCH LAT'NI)RY— Ring them up and have your suits cleaned or sponged wUJio'ut fading, Also sllk.-i, laces, lace curtains, etc' Everything done by a French export' 1512 18th st. Phono Main Uiv;..' ' t f All roads lead to 0. N, JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS Phone, Main 666. 1301 Nineteenth 8t WANTED— Cood horse. nn sound and well broken. Spo for the right animal, Vmh Suiter & Co's office, li):M | s f lu> at DELONEGHA HOT SPRINGS. Most reraarkaDjfc mineral springs a California. An ansomre cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-flve miles from nakersfletd In DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th st.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfield. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 pm. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakerstleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Main 210. Rooms 207, 208 and 215, Producers Bank building. DR. A. F. SOHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. DR. F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 306, Producers Bank bulldlug. Office hours from 11 to 12 a. m., and 3 to 6 p. m. Telephone Main 662. Res. Main 612. DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office and Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Hopkins Building. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office hours, 10 a. m. to U m.: 2 to 4 p. m. Phone Main 213. ATTORNEYS 91«rra Nevada Mountains. Fln« sura mer climate. Good accommodations. Terms reasonable. Stage leaves Bak- •rsfleld Thursday mornings between E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Uaw Room '-'9, Bank of Bakersfleld building. TV'-'phone Main 240. GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law . „_ WVM - No'ary Public. Office, Stoner 8 and 9 o'clock from ArllnRton and building, corner Chester avenue and Occidental hotels, and from Metropole nth street. Telephone Main 67. la Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- • . BARBEAU & ROQUBTTE. THOB. IOOTT Proprietors Attorney and Counselor at Law Offiot am Uit Bank of BafcMriMUl FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agency, C. C. Scrlbner & Co., prc pvletors. The best 'of male and fe male help on the shortest possible notice. 1234 19th street, Walteis Hotel. Batotrafleid. Cat tf FOR SALE—One Colyumbus cut surrey. New, rubber-tired. Apply P. O. box 37, Bakersfleld. tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Six room cottage with bath. Inquire at 1030 K st., Kern. 76 HOUSE FOR RENT—1027 Miller st., Kern. Apply at 1129 N street, Kern or phone Main 389. tf PASTURAGE—Two miles from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around, Telephone Main 135. tf FOR RENT—Eighty acres of alfalfa and grain land with water right, work horses and farming Implements, Inquire at 1708 Truxtun avenue. tf FOR RENT—First-class room in good location. One block from Santa Fe Station. 1826 16th street. tf FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD WINTERS, BRIDGES, SIMPSON CO., 1800 K street, phone Main 134; new and second hand furniture bought and sold; houses furnished on easy Installments; furniture rented monthly; special granltoware and kitchen utensils. 25c. tf B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keefe) ai^ teslan and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield R. F. D, No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf THERE ARE TWO special items In our business where we shine. Watches ond Guns. We sell them cheaper than you could possibly buy elsewhere because we are money lenders. Our guarantee insures you against getting stung. Our stock is large and the assortment complete. We also sell at closo prices Suit Cases, Trunks, Musical Instruments, Sporting Goods, Tom Ray Cutlery. Bicycles, Clocks, Jewelry, etc. \S E RENT GUNS. Uncle Ike's Emporium, 1406 Nineteenth street, Bakersfleld, Cal. tf FOR SALE OR RENT—Fail-view ranch, containing 160 acres, near Rosedale. All under cultivation, good water right from the Calloway canal. John A. Fry, 902 Chester avenue, corner of 9th street, Bak- ersfleld. 101 JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, flrst class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands and laborers furnished on short notice, day or contract. A. S. Takayama, 2100 L st. Phone Main 1074. FOR SALE—A seven room modern house on lot 50x150. Plenty of shade, lawn; a pleasant home. Apply at 623 K street. Phone Mala 391. 79 FURNISHED ROOMS—Single or In housekeeping suites, with gas and electric lights. Hot and cold baths and use of telephone free. The Wil low, 1223% 19th street. E.,L. Willow, proprietor. tf 4HW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's store. Fourteenth street and'Chester avenue A gen eral line of household furnishings always at hemd. And at price* smaller than elsewhere In Bakers field. Phone Main 666. BAKERSFIBLD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU—When you want reliable help of any kind at no cost to you call us up. We also supply Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th street. Phone 313. tf HAVE YOUR HOUSE CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned the snme day. ' Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering In all of Its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell, 30G K st: telephone Main 398. tf Real Estate and Pin Insurance. Room 6, Conklln building.! 92fi Chester CLEANING AND DYEING ELECTRIC AND FRENCH CLEAN- ing and pressing Works, 1913 K at, Phone Main 435; suits cleaned and pressed, $1.50. Prompt service. Suits called for and delivered. Oberlander & Oberlunder, props. * PAINT YOUR HOUSE * •:• House painting Is niy specialty. * •!• I use nothing but the best mate- * * rials, guarantee my work and * * charge reasonable prices. * *.. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * * 2117 B St. Phtne Main 172 * W, W. KELLY. Real Estate and Insurance Room 4, up stairs, corner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phono Main 149. Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HAOKLEY 504-7 Merchant*' Trust Bldg Lo« Angelei, Cal. Patents R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakersfleld

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