THE BA3KEE8PIELD CALIFORbttAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1908. OUR MOTTO:-Qy a li ty> Style and Modern Price* Geelans Millinery Opening WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11th iii'..H ; ili-<1 :>h«>winu; of N''\V York iinil Paris models; also ii' line of trimmings, iui<l ribbons. 1329 Nineteenth Street THE MOST POPULAR FLOUR IN THE COUNTY IS KERN RIVER MILLS More and more people iiie learning the KoodnesB of this flour every day. Ask your friend if you're in doubt and she will gladly tell you what a fine flour this i is and that baking day IK i\ pleasure with her. Kern River Mills flour costs no more than other "flours, but it far surpasses every | other flour in the mar-j ket. , | At your grocer?. < KERN RIVER WILLS FLOUR California!) want ads.; three days, 25c. Callfornian "BUTTERNUT BREAD You might an well serve the best bread on your table as an Inferior kind—and "Butternut" stands first and heads the list as tli(! finest bread made. You'll enjoy this bread, and we advise an early trial. Costs no more, but is far better In every way. AMERICAN BAKERY A. 3. Ferguson, Phone Main 228. The importance in buying a suit isn't so much the price—it's Style that COUntS. Serviceableness is the basis of our suits, and added to that is style which attracts the dressiest of men. • And the lines of our new fall suits are snappy and graceful. Our suit styles stay new, fresh and satisfactory. You never weary or have any regrets when you buy at Hochheimer's. Your appearance when clothed in one of our suits will be beyond criticism as to taste, cut and style. Suits here from $10 to $30. IANTS PAY FOR SERVING TIME PASSED CHECK ON DELANO MERCHANT John Carlson, the lazy Swede, Is back in jail, beginning another 180 day sentence for vagrancy. John has a most peculiar personality and likewise he has most peculiar views regarding servitude. "One hundred and eighty days In | tlio comity jail," were the words of Justice Ulack. "What are you giving me that again for? You d(d not pay me for the,last time I went there," remarked THE ONL" EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY H. B. Hill, the oil fields worker who stole a motorcycle from P. S. Bible and attempted to escape by riding up the valley, is in more difflcul ty. , The day he made his getaway iu passing through Delano, he gave a v.ortbless check for $15 to Andrew Vieux, the Delano merchant. Vieux lias lodged a complaint against Hill. The former oil worker is now do- Ing n 150 day sentence In Selma for petit larceny. He was arrested before it was known he was wanted the lazy one In astonishment. ' |i n this city for the theft of the motor- Both Judge Black and Constable cycle. The machine was returned to Newell assured him that if he had' Bible. As soon as his Selma sen- anything coming Jailer Stalcy would tence Is served Hill will be returned sep that he got It. : here to stand trial for the greater of- The Swede accordingly demanded fenae. Hill is in jail in Selma un- of Jailer Staley the pay he did not der the name of E. Williams, receive for serving a previous sen- ; 9^,^. . tcnce of 180 days. j •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •;• •:- •;• v •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• "When you loft hero, you did not say anything, so 1 concluded yon were satisfied," was how the genial jailer answered Carlson. He went Ktilkingly to his cell and will have a liinc- time in which to figure how lunch lie will have coming when the ii<\v iKd iinys are served. in .v.uii nils.; three d;i\v. Southern for a few hours. They were T. Twiddell. T. Kellow, T. Roderick and A. L. Lobb. Buying New Goods—Mrs. Mark Westgate is in San Francisco purchasing additions to her stock of millinery. Buy Garage Site—The three- eighths of a square bordered on the west by P street, on the north by Twentieth and on the south by Nineteenth sreet, changed hands Saturday, the Bakersfleld Garage coming into possession of it for the erection announced in the Californian several weeks ago. Building will commence soon. Went to W«st Side—Sheriff Kelly and a party went to the West Side this morning in the Tourist car of the sheriff. Hobo Parade Tonight.—The parade of the hoboes will take place tonight. The Woodmen will meet early and the affair which will be the second of its kind, promises to bo one of the best social events the local lodge has ever conducted. A hobo banquet will be served later. PROMENADE CONCERT. A promenade concert and dance given under the auspices of the St. Barnabas Episcopal Guild will be given in Kaar's hall in Kern on Thursday evening, November 12th. Admission 25 cents. Prof. Keuhn's orchestra will furnish the music, tf CITY BRIEFS. Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters ami first- class Chinese Noodles, Choit Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfteld. Known tlw world over as the '.Tiniest piano. A. B. <Chase, Emerson, Estey, Kurtzmann, Sterling ami other*. Also Player Pianos. •• Largest stwU of tine, pianos constantly on hajw.1 ever seen in Bukersfield. > Low Prices. Kit*}' Terms. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K. Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager Men's Club—The Men's Club of St. Paul's will hold the regular meeting this evening at the Guild hall, and a most inierc-Htint; program has been arranged. A Social Evening—The Sadies of St. Paul's Guild have ab<Jut completed their arrangements for a social evening Tuesday, November 17th. Mrs. Maude has placed her large and commodious residence at their >lis- posal. Amateur Play at Ccribner's—On Tuesday night amateur talr-iu ,'. ill present the play "The Hi.! \'•].(> lie- longs." The proceeds will .-.-.•; to the Episcopal Church . Hall of Records Lawn—John Dia- I rnond is putting t!i-• grounds about, the new Hivll of Records building In I shape preparatory to planting n bluej jn-Hss lawn. It is planned to have Doesn't apply i,, turkeys at this! tne lawn slope from (he lmll( » n * to season, luil it does („ i,s nil the the sldewalk llne ' year round. \Yc are iilwavs satis-I Jud 9« Bennett Well Again—Judge fled with a moderate OSTERMOOR FACTS LIVE ANT us it.. id ways satis- I porfil on mir ' goods. Why Id your horse suffer from eold when you can liny a blanket for $1,,10. A large iisv'.rt- ment of gloves aUvnys on lintni. A. B. HEBRINGTOF 1617 19th St. Bennett Well Bennett of the Superior Court, after an illness extending over several weeks, is again on duty, though by no moans as strong as U> was before wrestling with an attac Ordered From Town. /' BRING YOUR HOBO FRIENDS HOBO REFRESHMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT SOCIAL EVENING 7.30 A. 0.1. W. HALL • u ' .' • f la grippe. ulst- Thom- r-cnteneo on . .'••iw them ' M.?. arrest••. -dvcu 120 as this rnornlnu ;(>«'> two police prisoner time to leave town. ed by Officer Good: days anJ .lack York, an <ijui.ii;, smoker arrested by Officer BrigK*. t'-'t days. If either man !>• us-'iiin >.'i-n in linkers- Held insult- of tlui" ti.-;--.-'., U;.-y will lie force i :o (•••>••'.•(• ;';. '>• -• ii'< .1 • •.-. Made Trip to Long Tom — I. Hirsh- fold and Mrs. Hirshfeld made n trip to Long Tom yesterday in an automobile. Tin Mitehell roadster which Mr. Hirslifeld drives wrnf ove r the road at a lively c-lip and the time made beat the former auto record. | English Tourists Here— Last night i between trains a party of English j tourists from Liverpool were at the BUILT NOT STUFFED They are constructed on seienti.'io and sanitary principles, not stuffed with the hair of dead animals; in fact they are not stuffed at all — but built in layers of new material by expert mechanics, absolutely free from disen.se germs of any kind, or anything of an uncleanly nature. IT PAYS TO HAVE THE BEST of anything; and most especially in a mattress. The "OSTKMOOR" don't become full of lumps, compelling you to have it renovated only after a few weeks of use us do the cheaper and more, commonly used mattresses made of hair, excelsior. or most anything which is inexpensive. THIS IS THE PLACE You need not look for these goods elsewhere in this city as we are the sole agents. The 1'i'pntjitJon of our business depends on the quality of our ni -.'vchnudis.', and for that reason we take pleasure in calling vour attention to the "OSTK.MOOR" brand. ASK YOUR FRIENDS who have already bought these goods. (Jet their opinion. Then cnme to our store and have a look. \Ve will treat yon right ; will whether you make a purchase today iuid\t' your visit n pleasur or later. Haberfelde Furniture Co. 1604-1606 Nineteenth Street. Bakersfield, Cal.
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