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October 31, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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•TffcWt*?' THE BAKERSFIELD CALTPORNIAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER St. 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? "Vy niir irnunmtee Kuealyp- •\;> ,i;i'i Honey (.'oiiuli Syr;i|>. \V" >;iy ; hat it will slop that :t.'\',gh lieennsi; \ve I; now i h.-it i! lia* done I'm 1 others '/".I know what it will (In for JIMMLLSWAS i ELKS MADE CLEAR BURIED TODAY ALMOST $1,000 The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's l.e.,Hmg Druggists. The fuller,i! of James Wills, who was killed Tlniraday by the accidental discharge ol Aurclln Hen era's shot inn whll I hiintlnR, was held this afternoon at .' o'clock from tlu> under- liikltiK parlor.-, of Dixon & Sons. Rev. I). M. Crnbtive wns the omclatlng clergyman. The funeral was held under the iiii!-pict>s of the Hiirtendors I'nlon. The deceased wan also si member of die K.mles nnd Owls and the Odil 1-VIIows. The Hjiriendi'rs. forty strong, loft their hall before 2 o'clock and marched to the lic:cli|iiarters of the Owls, where the members of that order joined with them nnd proceeded to the undertakitit: parlors. Conveyances were provided fur the ride to the cemetery. The verdict of the coroner's jury, which was returned late yesterday afternoon, was that death was accidental. To his friends and the physician, Wills told of the' shooting and said it •in accident. He mid Heivira had been close friends an I frequent hunting companions. Hen-era is very much effected by the shucking death of Wills. Secretary (' S him prepared tin statement of the net receipts \\cri htitldsollie lii-n.'Ill amount, however. creased to $l»n" i returns from nun M Secretary .M.'ii!iic\ folows: Sales nf ti< Ui'i.- first night. $•">! .". $•1X7; program. $71: $2001.7.1. Expenses, ." IV ! I ; $500: total e\p» n ,, celpts. $!i."i::.ll. Meroney of Hi- Elks • following financial .Minstrel Show. The • $;i.~i::. it, which Is n fur the order. The will properly !.e inn!' more when the H'-idents are all In. •\ 's statement Is as at opera house. i>: second night. L'.'I; uross receipts, Miller and Draper . jl"lv:;i; net re- Sabbath at <.£ | the Churches REMEMBER •tnneu's HaKi'vy. the place adcre yon get all kinds of deli- dcie.-; ;u K<. id as MOfflffi'S J/ter dying other places and Yl/in'i '*M ••('( 1'ixid iristry. crime d'.iu I and re 1 -.::,, • of our PIES Annett'sBakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 A. O. U. W. ATTENTION. All members of Justice Lodge No. 81 are hereby requested to meet at A. O. I'. W. hall Sunday. November 1, l!)os, at 1::;o p. in. to attend the funeral of our late Bro. W. C. Gregory. Funeral services at 2 p. m. O. R. WEST. M. W. ('. W. Curtzwller, Roe. 79 Money to Loan \\'e have unlimited funds to loan on improved farm property at 7Vi% per annum, and on IOUK terms and easy payments. If you are paying a high rate of interest this proposition should Interest you. Bakersf ield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. First Baptist Church. U C. Smith. A. M.. minister. Preach- Ing services 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Bible school. 10 a. in. Young Men's nihlc Study Class, 10 a. m. B. Y. P. II., mission study class, 6:30 p. 'm Prayer Meeting ' (Wednesday), 7:30 p. m. You are cordially Invited to worship with us. Voters, Attention. "Look Well to Your Ballots" will he the subject of the discourse at the First Methodist Church on Sunday evening. A cordial and hearty invitation Is extended to all to attend. The Epworth League will meet at fi:30 p. m.. The suhject for the' morning sermon will be "An Inex- . haustable Mine of Diamonds." This is a church for the people, warm, com- j t'ortable and homelike, and a hearty | welcome awaits you. j First Congregational Church. | On Seventeenth street, between G , and H. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morn- > ing worship, at 11. Holy communion with reception of members at this hour. Sermon theme, "Members, In Particular." At this service Miss Jane Barber, recently of Detroit, will render Topliff's soprano solo, "Ruth and Naomi." • Chinese Mission Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Kern County Hospital service, ":40 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. At 7:30 p. m. musical service nouncement of which where in this issue. Washington , Fashioned Apparel Get a Redlick $15 as Will You ? fi:30 p. m. the regular monthly will be slven, an- Is made else The subject of Every style and fabric that's correct and satisfactory you'll find in our $15 suits. Here are models for the young fellow, his older brother, his father and even his grandfather—we can fit them all—made up in every suitable fabric from the old standbya to the latest color Mendings of the artist-dyer—all $15. You Should Wear Walk-Over Shoes? There's no lottery In Walk-Over Shoes. They are all guaranteed to be perfect. Another great consideration Is the fit—unless a shoo fits properly you'll walk to favor your feet and thus shorten the life of the shoe, to say nothing of the distress It causes. Make a list of all the perfections you require In a shoe, add them up and the answer will be Walk-Over. One pair of Walk-Over Shoes will convince you easier than a whole page of talk. Just try a pair at $3.50 or $4. CASTOR I A For Infants and Childi sn. le Kind You Have Always Boughl .««uttturo of |V. u I!. .Sill ii.'nnied from ;i ;.|mrt iisJHos nip |., sin Ki'.'iMci-cii pij. IONAL CREST COFFEEVS YOCT yVANIT IT t SOLO" ONLY*" IN"*T TN &' Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th 8 Weeks TO Xmas There's a Big Demand For Our Catalogs and right. Be sure get yours away. A well gotten up book like this will help you plan your Christ mas gifts. 8 Weeks TO Xmas American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street the evening's address will be "How Shall I Vote?" Special music and a cordial welcome Kdgar H. Fuller. pastor. St. Paul's Episcopal. All Saints Day. Holy cnnuniinlon at 11 o'clock, it lielng the fi-ast of obll- •-'ation. All communicants should be A't tin's service the collec- •' 'ion of ilie envelopes" given out last | Sunday will take place. Sunday j schoid at f>: n.~. Services at Kern— Holy communion! at S o'clock. Sunday school at 10, Kvening service. ":?,". Rev. R. M. Crahtree, rector. Gospel Revivals. Rev. Setb Cook Rees and wife nf Chicago are expeeteii to arive in the city Ibis week t 0 begin the full C,os- pel revival services at the Armory Hull on Friday evening, Nov. fith, at :SO. Everyone is welcome at. these building. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Subject of lesson sermon, "Everlasting Punishment." Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. the ami meetings. Remember place. St. Francis Catholic. | Feast of All Saints. Low mass. '":-If) a. m. Children's mass, 0 a. m. High mass and sermon, 11 a. m. (Vespers, 7:30 p. m. St. Francis Sunday school i n the hall Immediately after the children's mass. Monday, November -d, All Souls day, a high mass of requiem will he snug for all the faithful departed at it:3u a. m. 0. 0. Krund. rector. Christian Science Services. Assembly hall, Producers Rank Katifer Says Now is the time to buy Rubber Goods Buy them now and make use of 1 them these cold mornings. Art Absolute Guarantee f or one year goes with every Hot-Water Bottle or Syringe i from us. Cet one today. BAKERSflELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Oorn«r 19th A I Sti. To the Voters of California Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 31 Sixth on Ballot Senate Constit'itioiiiil Amendment N,,. :\\ permits private business, benevolent an,! ivh. ions corporations to eStein! their t,.|- m ,,) , v istenee. It prohibits the Li irislatni e iV , m ,.;. tending any t'raiu'hise of any public service corporation. Hvery c-iti/en should vote I'or llus aiiiendnient and use his influence for its adoption in th,. in. tercst of business nnd financial stability. It is Endorsed by The State Federation of Labor The Building Trades The Uihor Council The Commercial Bodies of every larso city in the State. The Real Estate Hoards The Clearing Houses The Merchant Exchanges By nearly every bank in California. and by all citizens who have carefully considered the Intent and purpose of this Amendment. Vote for Senate Amendment No. 31 Sixth on Ballot Octave Honx and wife to Charles L. Oanne, $ln lots 1 1' and i::. block I'J, Korn, Reward Oil Company to Associated Oil Co. $l, rii;lit way pipe and telegraph lines over east, half of northeast quarter section 1 Miu-^l. J. K. Forrest, trustees, to H. J. Hart!••>• and wife, $ln, north (in acres of southeast quarter section :!»>, IHi-L'S;, and o-S 1m pumping plant thereon, reserving right of way ditches and use pumping plant. Justice U. Mallard and wife to K. Curtis Clark $10, southwest quarter section 20-26-26. Hirshfeld Kstiite Co. to Lena Dunlavey, $10, lots 21», MO, Hirshfeld tract. Same to same. $10, lot ul, llirsh- feld tract. Too Late For Classification There will he no meeting of the Elks lodge on Tuesday. WANTED—Boy to work after school.! Apply at Hakersfleld Drug Co. si ! FOR SALE—Span IIon Ib mares, work single or ride; also horse, harness, and buggy. Will sell separate. M. i J. Bowler, 1030 K street, Phone Main f»2S. S- HOT CHICKEN DINNER. The ladies of the Christian church will serve a hot chicken dinner at A. O. U. W. ball on election day, Tuesday. Xov. 3rd, from 11:DO to H:;H) o'clock. Price ISii cents. SO GOLDEN WEST HOTEL •>« Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN New building. Modern in every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CMTY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Kills car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. All classes of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade are on sale at the bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf E. H. LOVELAND * * Wholesale Produce Merchant + Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, * Eggs, and all farm products. + BAKERSFIELD J EMPLOYMENT BUREAU + When you want reliable help of •» t any kind at no cost to you call * »• us up. We ilso supply Chinese 4 f* and Japanesu help. + * Phone 313. 1219 19th 8t 4 Remember That Friend With a Handsome \ Stein Those friends of yours who are collecting steins will appreciate one chosen from onr elegant assortment. Our steins are beautiful— they're so original and artistic ami different from the usual steins thftt they 're sure to delight you. Prices range from 50c to $,"). Call and see our steins — they will interest yon. All sizes. Fred GuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooms 1511 ISth street. No bar attached. Phone Mala 09. DROP IN On Your Way Home A little chat is .good for you, and good for us. Get acquainted with the "Collegian Clothes". Something for you, and something for the boy. A neat little suit for your boy to wear to school. Or surprise him with nn overcoat. You are proud of that boy; and he will be proud of himself when he wears one of our suits or coats. You must see the goods to understand our new proposition of combining quality and price. No argument on our part; all we do is show the goods. You are the judge, and you are the jury. Don't take our word for anything, but take a look at those all wool cheviot suits for boys; a nice double breasted coat and pair of trousers to match. All for $4.50. We don't sell cheap goods, but good goods cheap. S.WISEKQPF NOT THE CHEAPEST BUT HE BEST. \

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