The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 2, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 2, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 190S. 7ELEPHONL3 MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? Try our guarantee Eucaly|>- jiis and Honey Contjli Synip. 'AY say that it will slop that T&tlgh boenilSL' \VO ktll)W vhat it has doui' for others in.! know what it will do for i »••>., f',i>t it at Raers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Druggists. HOLD-UP MEN THROW VICTIM TO GROUND AND ROB Jeff I<a Brake, one of I IK- proprietors of tlu % Windsor Hotel and saloon, was hold up iind robbed Saturday night, while on Mis way home from work. Ln Brake- wan on Twentieth street between N and O when two men came iij) behind him. One, the taller of the two, grasped and tripped him, and threw him on the ground, while the ot'.-.c;- went through his clothes. La Brake was warned to make no outcry, or he would be killed. The robbers secured only a five-cent piece In c.ish. all La Brake had with him. They took a solid gold watch and chain, however, tearing off a button from the vest In a hurried effort ' to secure their loot. The prostrate man wns then allowed to rise and go on his way. La Brake could give no adequate description of III--* assailants, except that one was tall and slender, while the, other was of shorter and sturdier j build. The matter was not reported! to the police. Get Your Boy a Stylish Suit OCTOBER BREAKS JAIL RECORD The month of October, just passed, has been the busiest of the year, so far, at the county Jail. During the month. 134 arrests were recorded on the jail register. This is the first SNEAK THIEVES ARE PR01ING Sneak thieves a-plenty appear to be in UaUcrstiel.l at the present time. One such successful robbery was committed last night, the burglar making off with $25 In cash, rifling tbe pockets To no part ol' our Imsines is more thought anil care given than to hoys' clothing. Producing stylish, "mannish" clothes—with character and individuality t" thorn—yet retaining their juvenile appearaiu-e—is a hobby in which we we revel. That the boys' suits may be different from those sold elsewhere our hoys' clothing is made bv skilled tailors, from designs thought. out by an expert who studies and his likes. \Ve price these stylish hoys the hov's figure s us low us Ooes't it Jar You I'nr harness and •i| i-onld have i> J > [MV UIHII| moil ihcri Iind out iwiglit better at a lower price? Of course it does. So don't buy anything in the harness line until you Suve seen what we have. When f<ui have done that, yon can feel :-int' there will he no afterclap of A. B. HERRINGTO*! 1517 19th St. for some months that the list has passed the century mark, Not only has the month been a busy one with the peace officers, but their work has been most successful. Of the 134 arrests, not less than 36, a very considerable percentage, served jal] sentences, while several others are awaiting trial before the Superior Court, or escaped confinement by the payment of a fine. A noticeable feature of the jail record for the month Is the number of prisoners sent In from the desert to serve time for various offences. Most of these cases came from Justice Coleman of Mojave, and would seem to show that while Kern County gets very little financial benefit from the money which Los Angeles Is spending on the Owen's River aqueduct scheme, It gets Its own share of prisoners from the construction camps. of the victim, a well known local young man, while he slept. The sleeper awoke just in time to see the figure of the intruder passing out I through the window beside his bed. j Examination showed that a knife had : been stuck under the screen, and the latch loosened. The window was op en. The coat pockets were also searched and their contents were scattered around the room, but, only he money from" the trousers was miss ng. A. E. Hoagland, the Wteland brew •ry man, was also awakened last night by an Intruder who came in by the window route. He was frightened away, however, before any loot had , been secured. $5.00 Children's Shoes—A Redlick Specialty Vote for H. A. Jastro and a con tinuation of a business administration of county affairs. "! have used uriainnerialn's Colic, Vbolera and uiarruoe:i uemedy since :« was iirst. introduced to tbo public In •r-872, and have never found one In where a cure was not speedily 'i'ffiwcted by Its IHR. 1 have been a swiimercial traveler for eighteen years and iievor start out on a trip without •Ibis, my faithful frl»rid." says II. S of Oakland, lml. Tor. When a j SHtn hns used a renioriv 1'or thirtv-fh'ii yenr he know., its valun and is com pi* i lent to speali of it. Fr»r sale by R:i«r ! acrsw., BaUorsftelcI; Korn Drug Co.,' NAL CREST YOU WANT IT I SOLD ONLY IN TINS' Bakersfield Grocery Co. BnUersfield, Gal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Bankrupt Stock OF THE Harness Co Of all classes of Harness, Saddles, Whips, Robes, Blankets, Buggies and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade. Corner Chester Ave. and 20th Street. Vote for W. E. Shepherd. Give Bryan a Congressman who will be with ] and not against him. NEW PROGRAM AT MORLEY'S TONIGHT. A changed program goes Into effect tonight at Morley's theater. New films and songs have been secured and the program which will be shown tonight and every night until Thursday, Is well up to the average of the play house. Redlick's shoes for children are made specially for Uedllck's by people who know what Uedlick's want and wno do their work accordingly. For Instance they know that we know that the feet of a boy or girl are not he feet of a man or woman In a smeller size. T.iey know that we know that the foot's shape changes with Its growth, that it becomes less fleshy. Thus they build shoes that accurately conform to the tiny foot at every stage of its development, so that at Redlick's you can always depend upon getting shoes that best fit younq fiet and that have style and durability as well. WE ALSO STUDY TO KEEP THE PRICES, DOWN AND WE SUCCEED. Redlick's Shoes for Boys from $1.25 to $3.50 Redlick's Shoes for Girls from $1.50 to $3.00 TOY DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Mrs. Henry Dubbers lias returned from Ix)s Angeles, where she went to visit her husband, who recently arrived then.' from .Mexico. .Mr. Dubbers j experts to remain in I'Os Angeles hereafter. COUNTRY BOYS WANTED FOR BUSINESS POSITIONS. BIKE THIEF UNDER ARREST AT TULARE Business men of Oakland and Pun j Francisco, ami other large cities, want younu men reared in the country to prepare for commercial positions. Experience has shown that the average boy from the farm has habits of imliis. try and Integrity that make for success The Polytechnic Business College of Oakland, Cal., has made a phenomenal record In training and placing young men and women in business positions and the College is so located as to provide homelike accommodations at very low rates. It is said that every young man who has taken the complete course in business training at .this College has received remunerative employment upon graduation. Prof. \V. E. Gibson, 30(5 Twelfth street, Oakland. Cal. Kahler Says Now is the time (o buy Rubber Goods Buy thorn now and make use of thenrlbese cold mornings. An> Absolute Guarantee for one year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Get one today. BAKCRSflELD DRUG CO. Miler Bros, PHONE MAIN « 19th * I •". To the Voters of California Senate Constitutional Amendment No, 31 41 I i -i Semit l-i-i-mits private business ions corporations to ^t istence. It prohibit Sixth on Ballot Constitutional Amendment No. ill benevolent and relic •vteml their term of ex- tin 1 Legislating from et- tending any franchise ,,f ,,ny public service corporation. Kvcry citi/.i-n slum!,! V otc for this amendment and usi'^his intlueiice for its adoption in the interest of business and liiuuicial stability. It is Endorsed by The State Federation of Labor The Hulldlni; Tmnes The Uibitr Council The Commensal Bodies of every law city in Hi,. State. The Heal Ksute Hoards The Clearing i louses The Merchant Kxchaunes n.v 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 A good piece of work in tile recov ery of stolen property ha- been effected In the recovery of a bicycle stolen Thursday night from J. F. Ciearwater, a local man. The wheel, DIVIDEND NOTICE. At an adiournod inectinir of Ihe Hoard of Directors ol the S. W..and B. oil Co. held Oct. 'js. liins. a dividend was declared of four cents a share on the slock ol' Hie comnanv. navable November i:;. 1','tn.S. at the office ot the comiKinv. |;ii:! ('hosier avenue. Dak- erstield. Cal. 11 -i; H. \V. THOMAS. Secretarv. Theo. .1. Roche, the San Francisco i attorney and politician and member of counsel for the San Francisco Bulletin in the libel cases, was an arrival from San Francisco this morning. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby el veil that the annual meet Inn of the stockholders ot Kern-l'tah Oil Company will be held at the office of said corporation at the sheriff's office, in this cilv on Thursday, the ".rd (Jay of December. Kins, at the hour ot S p. m.. tor tlu» purpose of electing directors for the ensaiim vear. and for Ihe transaction of such other business as mav nropor- T. A. Baker. Secretarv.' " 11-2 Attorney E. I* Foster Is back from a business trip to Los Angeles. a Hacyele, was left during the night on the porch of the rooming house at 14U:! Twenty-first street, where Clearwater stays. The next morning It was missing. The Sheriff was notified promptly, and description cards were Issued at once and sent broadcast to peace officers and dealers throughout the state. Yesterday Marshal Me. Kamy received word from Tulare that the wheel had been rcovered, and tl ' thief apprehended. This morning Ciearwater took out a John Doe warrant for petty larceny against the thief, whose name is unknown. It will be sent to Tulare and the prisoner brought here for trial. The examination of Kid Alexander and Ernest King, charged with the burglary of Winters & Bridges store, set for today, was continued until November Gth at 10 o'clock] C. B. Gregoeri, who caused a disturbance In the tenderloin Saturday' night, and was arrested by Officer Bowen, was fined $15 this morning by City Recorder Thomas. Officer Brlggs this morning arrested a one-armed Mexican, who had previously been given a floater, on the charge of vagrancy. James Murray, a vagrant, arrested Saturday night, was allowed to leave town by the city recorder this morning. Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCarons Art Store Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of Workmanship. _ BEST CATARRH DOCTOR This Is the little Hyomei inhaler, a doctor that hns cured many thousands of sufferers from catarrh, bronchitis, asthma, hay fever, coughs, colds, grip and croup. It's easy to cure yourself with Hy- omei. Pour a few drops in the little Inhaler and breathe it In. The healing, soothing and antiseptic air will reach every nook and crevice of the mucoin membrane of the nose and throat : will stop the Irritation almost Inline Mutely; will allay the inflammation: drive out the foul odor; kill the germs ,md cure the disease. * I "My wife has been using Hyomei for two months for catarrh. She has received more relief and benefit than from any other treatment." — B. S. Parrett, Jeffersonbllle, O. i Baer Bros, the druggists, sells Hy- omei (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) and guarantees it. A complete outat, la, eluding inhaler, coata $1.00. Corner 19th and I St. THE HUB S. Wisekopf Corner 19th and I St. The New Overcoats and Rain Coat! Quantity, quality and prices have combined to make THE HUB the best store for men and hoys in Bakersfield. THE HUB is essentially masculine, big, strong and "aggressive, designed to meet the dress requirements of the startler sex, and doing it in a way to win the commendation of all. Our methods of buying and selling enable us to sell you Overcoats and Raincoats from $8 to $27.50, the best obtainable for the money. We will further demonstrate this fact it' you will give vis the pleasure of a call, so we can explain to you the many superiorities ot our garments over other makes and then we 11 leave it to your judgment to decide who s selling the best Overcoats for the money. S.WISEKOPF Leading Specialty Establishment, Devoted Exclusively to the sale of Men's and Boys' Ready-to-wear Garments.

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