THE BAKERSFIELD OALIFORNIAX THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. 7ILEPHON.-- MAIN 39 and 86 fr-- Still Got That Cough and Cold ? BURGLARS ENIER'STABIEMAN GROCERY STORE BOILERMAKER fry liar Kiiariintee Euealyp- yi(n and Honey Cou^'h Syrup. ft> -say that it will stop tlwt swjfh because we know vlutt it lias clone- for others •tud'kuow whnt it will ilo for 3**. €>et it at Baers. Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading DruggliU. When the riork at O. Rons' grocery store went to work this morning he Sound the cash registers open and the small amount of change left In them the night before gone. There were also four or five sides of bacon iind two hams missing. The perpetrators evidently secured iir'ffvis to tlii' store by unlocking the . rear door with a pass key. When they departed the door was again locked, for when the shop was opened this .morning the tear door was locked. 1 The yum or money stolen is small. , Dr. Sears Loses Satchel. i While Dr. Sear*' buggy was tied '.near the Royal restaurant on K street i while he was ;u dinner last evening, | Die lap rol». 'MM! s •<•' M of Instru- rents .ui.l ilrii".- was ..u.li.r;. No trace if (I'eftl 1ms \ -i lii'ell foUIl,'. A.".' f?tHSi;8 or ii.i rues.', saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and **rw.vtblrig belonging to the harness •»n<3 saddle trade are °u sale at the 'InwAmpt sale of the United Harness £v»»r>any, corner Chester avenue and T««*tlcth street. tf x ' f^'*^m£ r j ' • .•^SM.^JL OMAL CREST r Af ANT T t Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cat. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Alleging flint he was held up and robbed of $1- and a watch and Chain, D. C. Uallihan, a boilermaker on the Associated lease In the Kern River Held, swore to a complaint against R. J. Grilles, a .stableman employed at the Union Stables, yesterday, and last evening the arrest was made by Constable Newell. ! Tuesday night, according to Halla! han, he rented a buggy at the Union i Stables to return to the lease and ] Grines accompanied him as driver. I When the lease was reached dnd Hali Inhan was preparing to enter the bunk ' hoiiHe. he alleges Orlnes held him up ' and then rapidly drove away. He says he has witnesses to prove his allega- j tions. j Grines has been employed at the ! stable for ' iibout two weeks. Hi.t (hearing has been set for Saturday morning at 1" o'clock. Court Matters. The continued examination of John. i nie Alexander and Ernest King, the j two colored boys accused of the bur! glnry of the Winters & Bridges store, wll] be held tomorrow morning. Get Your Boy a Stylish Suit To no part of our husines is more thought mid euro given tlinn to boys' clothing. Producing stylish, "mannish" clothes—with character and individuality to them—yet retaining their juvenile nppeanmw—is it hobby in which we we revel. That the bays' suits may be different from those sold elsewhere our hoys' clothing is made by skilled tailors,, from designs thought out by an expert who studies the boy's figure and his likes. We price these stylish boys' suits as low as $5.00 Children's Shoes—A Redlick Specialty I CITY BRIEFS. Does't it Jar You to pay ifood money for harness and then find out you eonld have bought bolter at a lower price? Of course it does. So don't buy anything in the harness line until you have seen what we have. When yon have done that, yon can feel sure there will be no afterelap of regret. A. B. HERRINGTO*! 1517 19th It FP ° P[RA Lll HOUSE [ov. 7, 1908 Creek Irama of the West. Great Senic Equipment, Capable ACTORS Curtain raises at S p. m. sharp Prices .... 25c, 50c, 75c Dr. Schafer is Well—Dr. Senator has almost completely recov-, cred from his recent Illness and is now ready to resume his rue lien! practice. Comes' Back .For Winter—Louis Lavers, who has been In Suisun for some time past, has returned to Bak ersfleld for the winter. His family j preceded him two months ago. Some Fine Chrysanthemums—Jack Douglas and wife are In town from San Bmidio, bringing with them a number of beautiful specimen?,. -jf L -'faG mammoth chrysnntheniMtt,/' raised In the foothiHs;-'-. •- Eajjtes Dance Tonight—The regular JJrt?ekIy dance of the Eo'gles will be I held tonight In Eagles hall and the usual good time will be enjoyed. The lodge held a regular meeting last night. Returned From San Francisco—Mr. and Mrs. S. 1,. Muck returned from rfan Francisco this morning, where they were present at the marriage of their daughter to Mr. Will Gump earlier in the week Mrs. Mark lias been a wiiy from Itakorsfleld several months. BIG CROWDS ARE VISITING MORLEY'S THEATER MorleY's Theater held one of the largest crowds ill the history of the house last night when the drawing for the lady's clonk, from Hamilton'*, took place. Mrs. W. !.. Phillips, of 202X Chester avenue, wa.s the hoLli-r of the lucky coupon, and won the prize. The new program, whk-li begins tonight, consists of one of the best combinations of comic, dramatic, atnl transformation flilnis. and new illustrated songs, ever seen in Bakerafielil. The program, in full, Is as follows: "Caught with the Goods," "Result of Hating Horseflesh." "Palermo and Surroundings," "Gambler and Devil," "A Custom Officer's Revenge." "Magistrate's Conscience," "Brahma's Miracle." The souus are "Monterey Re- obtests," "You Will Always Be Sweet Sixteen to Me." Redlick's s!1oe« for children are made specially for Redllck's by people who know what Redllck's want and wno do their work accordingly. For instance they know that we know t'lat the feet of a boy or girl are not^jtu? -Wet of a man or woman in a smeller size. Taey, know that we know that Jli» foot's shape changes with Its growth, that It becomes less fleshy. •• ' * *"" Thus thr,, wiuiiw «tio«*' 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 f/ young fjet and that have style and,, durability as well. ' r WE AL85 STUDY Ta KEEP THE PRICES DOWN AND WE SUCCEED. Redlick's Shoes for Boys from $1.25 to $3.50 Redlick's Shoe* fir Girls from $1,50 to $3.00 TOY DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Henry Adi Has New Oil Go. The Marlon Oil Company h;is filed articles of Incorporation. The directors are Henry Acli. Julius Ach, Gustav Brenner, EMwur.l Brelin. W. Sond- helm, i. L. Rosenthal, J. A. Stroud, J. L. Rosenthal. Tin- capital stock is 3600,000. McFarland Town Co. Articles of incorporation of the McFarland Town Co. have been filed with the following directors, .1. B. McFarland, Marsh h. M. McFarland. W. T. Uaird, Myrtle B. l.aird. The capital stock is 125,000. Too Late For Classification LOST—Heil leather bound book with I r. A. May in larf;e letters on cover. Kinder will l<-!<v<* same either at, tills office or at Hushes' drug stove tf FOR SALE—Scotch Collie pup, male, BAKFRSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BU- thoroughbred, 2 months old. Ad dress, B. H. Chulfant, 26UR L street, Bakersfield. «"> WANTED—A (1 ?ii very "hoy. Apply at once to Kern Orng Co. Gooci wage.s for good boy. tr REAL'—When you want reliable help of any kind at no cost to you call us up. We also r.upplv Chinese and Japanese help 1?19 19t'a street. Phone 313. tf Fair tonight and Friday. Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCaron's Art, Store Orders by Phone Attended-tb Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of Workmanship. Mrs. Brings s;i\s tn-.ii since she bought a coffee mill and grinds her Folger's Golden Gate coffee. Mr. 13. never complnlns about ihe coffee. I Over The Tehachapi by Daylight Daily train leaves Fresno 8:30 a. in. Arrives l,i>s Angeles 8:!J5 p. in. Leaves Los Angeles 7 :!$,"> a. m. Arrives Fresno 7:17 p. m. Southern Pacific Co. Kahler Says Now is the time to buy Rubber Goods Buy them now and make use of them these eold mornings. An Absolute Guarantee for one year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Get one today. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros. PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th * I 8t«, MISS FRANCES GAGNE BECOMES A BRIDE. The residence of dry Marshal and j Mrs. James McKamy on B street was the scene of a pretty wedding last evening when their daughter, ! Miss Francis Gagne, became the bride of L. P. Kelster. The couple, attended by Miss Lena Fttgltt, Mr, Me] Smith, Mr. Herbert Keisier and the parents of the bride, entered the beau- 1 tlfully decorated parlor to a wedding I march w^th Miss Mabel Kelster at the piano. The ceremony, Father O. G, Frund of St. Francis Church officiating, was performed beneath an artistic arch of palm leaves and smllax, from the center of which a Cupid was! pendant. The bride was handsomely | gowned in a cream serge and carried a bouquet ot white carnations, and Mies Fugitt was becomingly attired In 'blue silk. Following the ceremony, which was witnessed by a large niim- her of friends and relatives, the guests were served with dainty re- Creshments. The wedding presents, artistically displayed, were numerous and handsome. As Mi', and Mrs. Roister left tho house, to take the 10:30 train for the southe: :\ part of the state, they were plentifully showered with rice. On their r.''urn from their honeymoon,' they wi'.l make their home In this city. •-*-# K. J. Boust the oil man Is In from Midway. W. H. Graham and a party ot associates from Fresao are here today. 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 boys in Bakersfield. THE HUB is essentially masculine, biir, strong' and aggressive, designed to meet the dress requirements of the starner sex, and doing it in a way to win the commendation of nil. 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 if 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 the money. S.WISEKOPF Leading Specialty Establishment, Devoted Exclusively to the sale of MSB'S and Boys' Beady-to-wear ffarmanta.
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