The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 2, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 2, 1908
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1908. THE BAKBRSFIELD CALIPORNIAN Only seven weeks to Christmas! Not Too Early For Xmas Shopping! Especially if tin-re is any 1'iijjTiiviti!; to he tlone. You remember how it was last year—you were hite and we were hurried and yon promised yourself to lie early this year, so as to iret the host of attention and the. benefit of early selection. You're invited to come and "look" anytime. American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street aoootoat I Kern City) NOTES AND PERSONALS. £89 Kern City 1 XHx«x»oo«cw«<^o««aca«83 St. Barnabas Social Club After church last evening a number Conductor E. H. Pemberton of the City of Mexico, in visiting old time friends in Kern. A. M. LaiHenborgHi- left this afternoon for Fresno. Mr. and Mrs. (',. M. Purecll are up °f the young people of St. Barnabas from Los Angeles and are guests at Church met at the home 1 of Mrs. WJ11 the Metropole. JMeC.regor and formed asocial club Mrs. Everet McClure and children j which they named the St. Barnabas are visiting In Los Angeles. | Social Club. The Idea of the club Is J. M. Umberger has gone to Los, to bring the young people of the Angeles for a few days. j church together In order that they E. I. Epman returned this mornlg may become better acquainted with from an over Sunday visit in Los An-1 one another. The club will meet twice geles. a month, one meeting to be a business Geo. P. Turner went to Fresno yes- j one and the other a social meeting, to terday. Get. a lot In Kern. MME. INEZ READS THE PALM OF SENATOR GEO. C. BROWNELU Yesterday afternoon Senator Brownell or Orcpun City had his palm read by Mini-. Inez, the celebrated palmist. In i-pi-aklng of Mr. Brownell's palm. Mme. Inez says: Money to Loan We have unlimited funds to loan on Improved farm property at 7%% per annum, and on long terms and easy payments. If you are paying a high rate of interest this proposition should interest you. Bakersf ield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mflf. Chester Ave. anf 19th St. Basemen^ Two thousand to pick from. You can't miss getting what you want. Terms easy, prices which the different members will be privileged to Invite a friend. Rev and Mrs. Crabtree were present at the right. A. J. Woody, 816 Baker's), tf meeting and aided in organizing the Trainmaster Harry Kinch of Fresno j club. The following officers were elect led: President, Mrs. McGregor, vice president, Don Hatfleld; secretary, Miss Florence McKenzie; treasurer Chaunc.ey Potts. The next meeting will be a social one and will be held next Monday evening at the home of the president on Kern was In town yesterday. Harry Llbby came down from Coal- Inga Saturday night and returned again this morning. D. Rintoul returned from Los Angeles this morning. Geo. Rosche, the B. and B. foreman 's Millinery OPENING Motto, Quality who fell off the Sunset bridge about 6 t ree t a week ago is in a very serious con-, ditlon at the S. P. hospital In Los Angeles. KERN BALL PLAYERS DEFEAT OIL FIELDS LADS. You can get a lot in any part of I The Kern Nationals defeated the Mrs. J. B. Hunt returned last night from the north, wherfl she has been visiting for some tlmj past, BORN. SMITH—in Kern, Oct. 31st, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Smith, a daughter. Kern. You have 2000 to pick from. Terms easy. Prices $35 to $3.60 A. J. Woody, 816 Baker street. tf Mrs. D. A. Russell, who nas been visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. R. Rosenberger, for the past week, left on No. 7 this morning for her home in Sacramento. Mr. Rosenberger accom- OH Stars for the second time on last Saturday afternoon by the score of 15 to 3. The line-up of the two teams was as follows: Oil Stars—L.. Caldwell, J. Hlcker- panted her mother as far north as Fresno. Assistant Superintendent J. H. Dodd went south last night on No. 8. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Fry have re- son, F. Candee, L. Ely, J. Yancey, O. Permenter, A. Yancey, P. Hlckerson, R. Westerfleld. Kern Nationals—C. Farrls, Frank JGuneo, H. Mills, H. Sears, Chauncey (Potts, W. Cuneo, Arthur Carlson, Her- Ibert Blair, Do n Hatfleld. turned from a Visit in San Francisco. | OFFICER MEADE'TO STOP Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milan have returned from Paso Robles Springs. A. B. Stlckney and children left on the noon train today for their new home in Sierra Madra. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. Officer O. J. Meade Is after the ' I small boys who are in the habit of jumping on and off the cars in the Senator Brownell's Palm. i "The line of head denotes the cau- tioug man in matters of investment, the fearless man in facing danger, and the decisive man In all his undertakings. Ho is very liberal, but demands demonstration, preferring reason to Instinct or Intuition. He is a good provider, a good liver, and poa/ sesses strong recuperative powers. He comes of a long-lived stock, and will easily round out .his 'four score and ten.' He will die leaving behind him wealth, property, a name and the record of a remarkably active man. The palm denotes future political power." Mme. Inez's readings are not mere character readings, but she tells of home and heart affairs, talents and questions that pertain to the future. She also diagnoses your disease and oftentimes gives you back your lost nerve, energy and 'power even when physicians and specialists have failed. It is said by the most prominent citizens of BakerafleW that she Is a remarkable diagnostician. Mme. Inez's parlors at the Arlington Hotel, Nineteenth and Chester avenue. They remain open evenings until 8 p. m. • < i » KERN AUTOISTS ARE DELAYED IN SOUTH. NOTICE | Bukersfield Lodge, No. 0, Knights of, the Roynl Arch, hereby gives notice I that it will prosecute, to the fullest'; extent of the law, any person, either licensed dealer or otherwise, found guilty of soiling liquor on election day, Tuesday, November 3rd, between the hours of the opening and the closing of the polls, as prescribed by law. E. A. HOAGLAND, Recorder. T i, onnn I.IT- ™ , railroad yards. Last Saturday a num- __..,.___ ... . „ I have 2000 lots In Kern Citv for 1 : . „ . . , SEYMORE—In Kern, November 2, sale p r i ces from $35 to $350. Terms, ber of sraa11 bovs were Jumping on 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seymore, a daughter. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL o* Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Now building. Modern In every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. easy. A. J. Woody, 816 Baker st. tf, some oil cars and one little fellow was Fred Christopjier has returned from j nur t quite badly. Los Angeles a'l 1 has taken a position I -* r * J. J. Goodwin, Val. Commander. 80 * CHESTER AVENUE + ' WUE8ERY + h ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * (• First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, + *• Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Flcv- + - al DfcNigng. Orders promptly filled + • Corner Sixth St and Chatter A>-«. * » 'Ph«n», Main ?4B * ** Kern hat practically the lowest tax rate In California— Vote, for H. A. Jar tro and for your Interest, • AreAgehti for •2- THE ALBANY NURSERIES «t <• If you need anything In the,* * nursery line ,-eo them at their -fr 4« ranch opposite ProducerB 1 Refln- •{• * ery on Beardsley canal. Write * them Rural No. 1, B6x 8. Or * call them up, Black 511. PASQUINI BROTHERS If you are not satisfied with the groceries you have had for the last month give us a fiiir trial and be convinced that wo carry the best jjoods found anywhore. Open up an account with tin. A few words ubout o liquors. , "We carry all stand^ ard brands of wines and whiskies. GROCERIES & LIQUORS 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. in tl'e S. P. shops. Miss Shprrlll of Portland, Oregon, is the guest of Mrs L. E. Nelson. ^Vill S. AVar'.ell ol* 1 os Angeles is fn town on business. Nigl'twiitchnian Cleason has resigned his positou 'vith the S. P. Co. .J. P. Pl'.iinniei of I os Angeles is in t iw n on business. A. .1. Coleiiiau '.veil* to Fresno today or- lln' afternoon t';<i:.. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bernard and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Boyce left Los Angeles for Kern Saturday morning In the latter's automo- jbile. Saturday afternoon Mr. Bernard I telegraphed from Saugus saying that I they had had a break down but that NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AND SALE OF FRANCHISE. Notice is hereby given that Edwin ' they would he home Sunday morning ! Alderson has made application to the sure. Nothing further has been heard ist°ate d o°f f C^iSTior^^nc^seVo from the party and their frlends are Uie granted to him'(his heirs, success- beginning to wonder at their non-ap i ors, or assigns) for the period of fifty ' pearance. [years, to erect poles and stretch wires! •-»-•— and other appliances thcron fo r the MRS J. W. KELLY UNDERWENT AN OPERATION TODAY. LADIES AID VEST IN KERN Mrs. K. E. Anderson, 1024 Beale ave mie YIUR DOUBTS WILL CRUMBLE when yon see a suit of clothing or an overcoat that we have cleaned iiiiiT pressed if yen think we can't make your uarnieiits look just like new. <: \r process nf cleaning i.s the acme ni' nr- fistic work on clothing, flue drcn.-,e--, dainty waists and plumes. Our d\,>ins lias all the rich colorings • in the finest goodn when doae ;>t the Pioneer Dye Works. Mail n:-- !c;-s promptyl attended to. The Little Racket Store niirpo?e of conducting and trnnsniH- ting electricity, and electric current ; fur light, power, and other neceesarv ' Mrs. J. W. Kelly, wife of Sheriff a;i:l useful purposes, over, along and Kelly, was operated o n this morning _. . upon the streets, alleys arid || u , IlaUersfleld Sanatorium by Dr The Ladles Aid Society of the Kern ' nf lnp unincorporated t nwn " r Helano j Aueust Rchafer. Last reports are Congregational Church will meet to-' 1 " s;li( l County of Kern, under such, that Airs. Kelly is resting easy. morrow afternoon at the residence of restrictions, and i n accordance with such directions as said Board of Su-1 . nervisors shall, by proper ordinance j in that behalf, provide. It is proposed to grant said franchise j land sealed bids will lie received there-: | for. and said franchise will be award led to the highest bidder at the time i 'and In the manner hereinafter set ! forth, namely: Sealed bids will b' 1 • (received for said franchise .up to l.j I o'clock noon on Saturday, the fith day i of December, li'KiS; said bids to be! ' filed with the Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors of Kern County, California, at his office in the court house of j i said county in the City of Balicrsfield, | California, and the successful bidder i for said franchise, and his assigns, | ! must, during ihe life of said franchise,; j pay to the County of Kern 2 per cent i of the gross annual receipts of the j Dont Shiver Just scratch a match—light the Perfection Oil Heater— and stop shivering. Wherever you have a room that's hard to heat—that the fur-' doesn't reach — there nace you'll need Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. ifflce, 151'rf 19tb St., Phone Main 175 Works, 129-133 20th St. Phone Main 168 Philip W. Niedcraisr Ihe Home Of Good furniture Dress Up Your Home (Jot something for the, dining room that adds to the appearance of the homo. A CHINA CLOSET, A BUF- j PET, A DINING TABLE or a set j of nice diners. i "We have just what you need. j trross person, iiartnerBhip, Or corporal ion to 'whom said I'ranchlBc is awarded, arls- j | Ins'from its use. operation, or pos | session. No percentage shall be paid i j for tl'e first five years succeeding the; j flate of the franchise. Each sealed; ibid must be accompanied by cash or |a certified check payable to the Trens- i urer of said County of Kern for the 1 full amount of such bid, and nb sea], ed bid will IIP considered unless said or chock is enclosed therewith; and the successful bidder shall deposit at least 10 per cent of the amount (if hln bid with the County Clerk of said County of Kern before such franchise shall be struck off to him. Raid bids will be opened and considered on Monday, the 7th day of December, 1908, at 10 o'clock, a. m., and said franchise will be struck off, sold and awarded to the pemm, firm, or corporation who shall make the highest | cash bid therefor: provided only that! at the time of the opening of said i bids any responsible person, firm, or. I corporation present or represented j may bid for said franchise or prlvl- j lege a sum not less than 10 per cent I above tho highest sealed bid therefor and said hid so made may he raised ; not less than 10 per cent by any other I responsible bidder, and said bidding! may so continue until finally said fran- chive phall bf stnick off. filil, aii'i awarded by said Board of SupervU ors to the highest bidder therefor In gold coin of the United States. Dated this 15th day of October, 190S at Hakersfleld, Keru County .California. I. U MILLER, Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors of Kern County. 11-2 The little store of I,. T. (ioilley & Co., corner IStli and Chester n venue, is si ill addiiiL' ue\v lines of f>, ID, ]f> and -~>c dry uoods and notion specialties. Onr 1,-ilesl will lie the I'ichai'dson ein- hroidery m,tills, which is (he must popular embroidery lino in the w>rld. \Ve invite the ladies tn rail and inspect a few samples, already n iv- ed. .loin ;i Itiehiirdsou Chili led h-iini the hcji'itifal art nf einliroid'Tin'.:'. \Ve tiive special prices mi many useful articles. L. 1. GODLEY & CO. PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons. Its genial glowing heat makes any rooip cheerful and cozy. No smoke— no smell—smokeless device prevents. Bras* font holds 4 quart* of oil burning 9 hours. Finished in japan and nickel. Every heater warranted. i Lamp GivM a restful - The i steady,soft light which is so much appreciated by workers and students. Made of brass, nickel plated with the latest improved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. Write out nearest agency (or descriptive circular if your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp. Standard Oil Company * (Incorporated) VXThe One Price Store 1408-10 19th Street Phone Main 173 C. J. Planz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. AS YOU GROW OLDER it is such a comfortable 1 feel- iii},' to reali/e that you are .;„ .;. .;. .;..;. .;. .;. .;, .;, .;, .; YOUR HOUSE •> HOUPP |i»ltitlnir In mv "iwidl J » ty. I use nothing 'mil »ho hent » 1 mateHnls. mmrBnteo rnj- work + * ami oharrp reasonable prlco* 4 • n MBOpniTW Cnntr?ctnr * * 211V B U\ Pfir-r* M»ln 179 ******** + **+ ***.;.*•!• strung prutec- tioti for the future — tliat yon are eaell M'Cek deposit illlf part of your income in tin; First Hank of Kern, where it will steadily work to your interest nt the rate of 4 r; interest. Four per cent interest paid on time deposits and savings accounts. Capital $50,000. AVege table Prcparationfor Assimilating theToodandRe^ula- ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes TKgesUoaCheerful- ness and RestCon tains neUter Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC. A perfect Remedy forConslipa- tion. Sour Stomach.Diai rhoea, Worms .Convulsions jevcrish- tiess and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature if dL&ftfzsz NEW YORK. For Infants and Children, MMTMMMHUMMWS* I >*«BBUMaMMmMMMUHMl |The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of For Ovei Thirty Years TH( OIHTAUH OOUMNT, MIW YOB» BITT.

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