The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 3, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, November 3, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIETJ) CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 19ft8. TELEPHONuj MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? "Yy imr guarantee Kuealyp- :NS and Honey Cough Syrup. iVe suy |hat it will .sln]i Unit •.•/•ugh because we know >hat il liiis dune fur others JIM] know wluit it will do for ;v-:\. fjet it at Bad's. Tbe Stire of Eastman Kodaks. Baer' Leading Druggists. BIKE IH1EF IS mm PLAN FOR Robert f. Proctor, the bicycle thief,! The reqr.l located Saturday in Tulare, was j Eagles will brought In to the County Jail last morrow ni«h night by licputy Sheriff Qulnn, and [ tlon until tin jailed on the petty larceny charge good social placed aKainst him by Clearwater.' Plans uill be The bicycle, a Racycle, was also re-' versary of tli covered, and It looks like a clear case ' which will !<>• ncnlnst the prisoner, who is yet lit- of tllls l "" !1 ' 1 ' r business ineetiim of the ii.' held in their hall to• Tii.-re will In' no inlti:i- . !ullowi:iK nieetiim. but a ,.\,'j,nu; will be enjoye I. ,. iii-,riissed for the amir ,|er in ItakersfleM. • iiraied on the lltth tie more than a boy. | ways Proctor, however, can count himself lucky In escaping with a petty ! larceny charge, aa until the last ses- l)0 1 "' 1 ' 1 slon of the stale legislature the theft; of a bicycle was a penitentiary offense. Officer Rrigss today re-arrested C. U. Gregeori, who was fined $15 yes- - ill-. Katie I'tlli'l l.lill'T.-i M flllt tO he I'Xpeet'"!. The e|,-eiii;ii ->f officers will I the tir-t llereinlier meeting. Nomination^ "ill lie made the hist meeting of this month. Another "Hobo Social". Plans were last ninht mai.le by the Woodmen <>t' the World for a "Hobo terday by City Recorder Thomas ^l^^r^rMnlJTnU A dstnrbng the p.aee. Oregoeri was ( ( , nn o , mMlll ., :in will ,, e spl . ve( , also told to leave town when his sen-' vUh bi . ( , iMl .., , , lulnUs , au( , „„ wU , fence was handed out to him. but de-' , )(1 „.., ,., ,,,„„, ,, re8Se{1 ln hobo dined to take the Judicial advice. Con- ' OoesH it Jar You sequently he will languish behind th« bars until election Is over. .Mm W. Kills nml Kllia Hamilton •A ho have been living together In the Princeton, wer arrested last night by Officer filenn, on complaint of Proprietor Tlanshoitom. The two has been righting and disturbing the Inmates of the lodgings by their noise. They will lie brought uj) on a disturbance of the ' peace charge tomorow. Herman Creasy, for the past six I years a nightwatchman in Bakersfleld and Kern, has resigned his position with the Southern Pacific. Creasy says j that the way hoboes are flocking In ( his job is getting to be too strenuous. I He is undecided as to hfc future 1 plans. attire. A coiMtiiltiee conslstiUK of Gustave I'n.-ch. \V. I.. Bolemler, O. ,1. Bundy wa.- i'lMjnlnted to take charge of all arrangements. Fifty new applications wej'e reci'iveil last night for the big initiation, which will take place December It. The Woodmen expect to pin t!inmi;h fully 250 candidates at that time, arid irs there ar S12 names on (he membership roll at the present time, the lodge will go Into Its new quarters with a roll of over 1000. Get Your Boy a Stylish Suit To no part of mir busines is more thought and cnre given thiin to boys' clothing. Producing stylish, "mannish'' clothes—with character and individuality to them—yet retaining their juvenile appearance—is a hobby in which we we revel. That the boys' suits may be different from those sold elsewhere our hoys' clothing is Hindu by skilled tailors, from designs thought out by an expert who studies the boy's figure and his likes. \Ve price these stvlish bovs' suits as low as AUfQ RACE MEET $5.00 Children's Shoes—A Redlick Specialty n j)«y good money I'-ir harness and lilld onl yon could have t better at a lower price'.' Of tsvnrse it does. So don't buy any- in the harness line until you seen what we have. When have done Ihal, you can feel there will be no al'terclap of B. HERRINGT01T 1517 19tb St. "1 have used i;namnen,nn's Colic, VStofarn and iwirrnoea uoniody since i* was nrsi mirouuced to the public In 'Jfli. and have never found one In itu.j.f? where a cure was not speedily •*SfoeU;d by its IISR. 1 have boon a ",*Minercial traveler for eighteen years *Jii) never start out on a trip without (ilK. my faithful frlTi'l," says II. S j •i'rlwls of Oakland. Ind. Tor. When a i JKIYT rt.-is used a renierlv for thirty-five *w,i he knows its valu»> and is compe U-nt to speak of it. For sale by Ba«r ••2ir*s,, nakeisfiolil; Kern Drug Co., , IONAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfteld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th PASQUINI BROTHERS It you are not satisfied with the groceries you have had I'or the last month i:ive us a fair trial and be eon vineed thai we carry tin best Builds I'tinnd anywhiTi- <)|ien up an account with us A few words about out lii|iiors. We carry all standard brands of wines and whiskies. GROCERIES & LIQUORS 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. Kahler Says Now is the time to buy Rubber Goods Buy them now and make use of'tiicm these cold mornings. An Absolute Guarantee lor onc^year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Get one todiiy. BAHERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Comer Wh A I «*•. Bankrupt The automobile race meet, planned for. November 15, has been postponed until Thanksgiving clay. The change was made necessary in order to get Frank Free, the Intrepid driver of the Sunset, Into the race. Free's car was utterly smashed in the Los Angeles 21 hour race when a steering knuckle! broke, throwing machine and driver ! into the Inside fence. Free escaped i with severe bruises, but the Sunset was a complete wreck. Free will return to Sail Francisco and will bring down the Comet, a sister car of the Sunset, and one with which he claims he can make even better time on a half mile track. At the time of the accident race Free. In third position,' was making the fastest time of any' car In the race. I GIRLS LEAVE ENGLAND FOR BRITISH RANCHERS. COV1XA, Nov. 2.—3. \V. Popperweil Is not only the wealthy proprietor of a large orange ranch here, hut iie is sergeant-at-arms to Cupid. Mr. Pop- perweil made a trip to Knglnnd this summer. Two young men whom he left here thought wistfully of the scenes which Mr. and Mrs. Popper- Redlick's shoes for children are made specially for Redlick's "by people who know what Redlick's wanf and who 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. They know that we know that the foot's shape changes with its growth, that it becomes less Meshy. 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 young feet 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 cr was the last important assistant to Cupid. The Devil" Will Run to Friday BLACKLEG IN CATTLE NOTICED IN FRESNO. "The Devil" was seen for the second time in Uakersfleld last night at the Union Theater, the Cunningham Stock Company giving Its first presentation contolled and the losses generally reduced as compared with former years. j Hog cholera, swine plague and swine Veterinary Otis A. I>ongley filed a | quinsy have appeared throughout the brief report covering subjects under j county, and In fact all over the valley his jurisdiction In the county during land have caused heavy losses. These the month of.October. Blackleg in J diseases can be controlled by treat- cattle, he says, has caused the loss of! ment and should not be allowed to several head. Vaccination is now so run Ions enough to cause such heavy commonly practiced for the proven- i losses. Two horses suffering from tlon of this disease that it is quickly glanders were destroyed.—Republican. well would enjoy in the homeland, and of the year's theatrical sensation, of the damsels they had left behind i The show will run until Friday night. when fortune ed them to the San ! Stock OF THE United 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. Oahriel Valley. Mr. I'npperwell said nothing to (hem of his plans. Hut after he had heen in the old land for a time, he wrote lo the two young men, and their hearts beat gladly. So it happened that, when Mr. and Mrs. Popperweli returned last week two English Kills were with them, They came as English girls did once hel'oro in the history of American The company had but a short time in which to prepare the play, which is one requiring much study and ai- teiition to detail. The production way a fine effort and pleased the goo: sized audience In attendance. Mr. Glllard In the title role an Miss Roberts as the wife were seen to fine advantage, while Miss Cunningham anil Miss Anson as Mini!, and Elsa won much applause. Mr. Stuart as the artist gave a flne inter- 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. colonization, for transplanted Eng- pretation of the difficult part. The lishmcn "to have ami to hold." Their Union Theater will undoubtedly be a popular place this week as "The Devil" Is a play well worth seeing. names until day before yesterday were tho Misses Margaret Mebbes and Anna Deiuuuit, and the young men are Krnest Johnson and Walter Jackson, both well started In life on citrus ranches here. In the pretty little tree-embowered Kplscopal Church here Saturday, Miss llebbes became Mrs. Krnest Johnson and Miss Dennant took Walter Jackson for life in the new and marvelous Madre mountains. Rev. Alfred Fleteh- CONGREGATIONAL MEN'S CLUB WILL MEET TOMORROW. The Men's Club of the Con«rei;atiou- al church will hold a mi'etins; tomorrow night following the regular Wednesday church service. Congressman Smith will address the meet ins on "Incidents of Ufe In Washington." The Victor Line Dining Tables All the requisites that make for a good table are found in the "Victor": Dry lumber, perfect construction and accurate adjustment. These, with the superior finish and neat designs have made this table the most popular seller. Trade us Your Old Dining Room Suit For a "Victor" DYER & JONES. Corner 19th and I St. THE HUB S. Wisekopf Corner 19th and I St. The New Overcoats and Rain Coat! Quantity, quality niul prices have combined to make THE I1I T B the liest store for men and boys in Bakersfield. TFIK Hl'B is essentially masculine, bif,', strong and aggressive, designed to meet, the dress requirements of the sterner 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 $3 to $27.50. the best obtainable for the money. We will further demonstrate this fact it' you will give us the pleasure of a call, so we can explain to you the many superiorities of our garments over other makes and then we'll leave it to your judgment to decide who's selling the best Overcoats for themonev. S.WISEKOPF Leading Specialty Establishment, Devoted Exclusively to the sale of Men's and Boys' Ready-to-wear Garments.

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