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November 10, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOBNUN : > 1 M 'U>1 of our goods—their quality, their prices is what we invite, what we urge. If you want a diamond, examine other stocks, then ours, H you are purchasing silver Rlioons or forks, make eritieal eomparlHons. If you iiro inter- csteil In Kolil scarf pins or rings, do not buy until you ecnipnre our Ktocli with others which you tontempliite. If you do tills you will appro- eiate (lie stren.ttli of our claim to the Ki-eiitest and freshest stock at price* which In every case !is--.ure full value received. SIX WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street Money to Loan We have unlimited funds to loan on improved (arm property at 7%% per annum, and on long terms and easy payments. It you are paying a high rate of interest this proposition should interest you. Bakersf ield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Baiement. Kern Cityj Class Leaders in Kern Schools The children of the Kern schools have been glvon their first quarter's report and the following were the class leaders: Bealo Avenue school—Third grade, Delia Alverez, first; Miss Edith Matlack teacher. Fourth grade, Edna Silver, first; Miss Colton, teacher. Fifth grade, Cora Rubldoux, first; Miss Cotton, teacher. Baker Street school—Third grade, Leo Pauly, first; Miss Mae Moullot, teacher. Fourth grade, Clara Robln : son, first; Miss Mae Brennan, teach er. Fifth grade, Server Kaar, flrst; Miss Louise Wilson, teacher. Sixth grade, Vera Jones, first; Mrs. J. A Smith, teacher. Seventh grade, Elsie Jaynes, flrst; J. H. Parker, teacher Eighth grade, Hazel Smith, first Miss Matilda Thronsen, teacher. The average enrollment for the month of October was 623 and the average dally attendance 494. Beginning November 23d there wil be a week's vacation on account o teachers' institute and Thanksgiving and after that there will be no vaca< lions until the Christmas holidays which will begin on the 24th of December. RAILROAD MEN GO TO FRESNO AS WITNESSES J. Shelaberger, J. H. Sheridan and M. H. Warren left last night on the Owl for Fresno where they were sub poenaed In the case of the TJnitei States against the Southern Pacifii Company for alleged violation of thi safety applla'nce 'law. The case i now being tried before Judge Well born In the Federal court. * • «• SOCIAL CLUB SPENDS A PLEASANT EVENING. Kern City NOTES AND PERSONALS. The Murphys i Leave Tonight The Southern Pacific Company has; )egun improving the block signal system on thu hill, and new blocks a]ul , ( vill he installed where needed. A onstruction gang in charge of M. | The Murphys lectured this afternoon from a machine on the streets, [> crowd assembled to listen to the doctrine of temperance. Most of the local ministers are tak- indsey" started "to work this morn-! *"* an active part In the meetings * ;and many laymen have shown much 'B- 'interest in the cause. There nre«now Eight of the Kern teachers wlli ;! ;> s | gm .,. s 0) - u le pledge, nnd It is take part In the teachers' Institute believed that the number will be •om-am pushed to 500. T . ' . , T . , .„,,,! Tonight will be the last evening of J. A. Barrier of LOB Angeles Is in the Mll| . phys , n thlg cl{yi they goln|? town for a few days visiting old | f roni hore (o nauford and thence to friends. Fremin. You can get a lot in any part of- r rTu M *To^e eT-rn tCern. You have 200(1 to pick from. STATE COMMANDER TO Chysanthemum Fair TO BE GIVEN BY Terms easy. Prices $35 to J3.50 A. J. Woody. S1G Baker street tf U. G. Rinard, formerly nlghtwatch- man In Kern, has returned frpm Silver City, Utah, where he has been engaged In mining, and has taken -a position at Maricopa. VISIT LOCAL LDOGE. The s-tatf commander, Mrs. Minnie •W. Ayrtelotte. of the Ladies of the • Maccabees, will visit the local lodge tomorrow. There will be an all day session, a banquet at 6:30 and anoth- G. C. Howard of Bakerafleld baa er seB sion In the evening. All the rented the Pathe boarding house on ^ mem bers of the lodge as well as vis- K street and will take possession at- utng Maccabees and those who assisted In the recent Maccabees entertainment are cordially invited to at- ter the 20th. I have 2000 lots In Kern City for sale. Prices from $S5 to J350. Terms easy. A. J. Woody, 816 Baker St. tf W. W. Harris left last night for Oakland to reside in the future. Warren Davis, formerly of Kern, but for the past year a resident f \\ f? • ' DON'T PUT THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE The St. Barnabas Social Club met last evening at the home of the president, Mrs. Will MacGregor, and a very pleasant time was spent, the meeting being a social one. Cards furnished the evening's amusement and the hostess served light refreshments at the close of the evening. Wednesday night was chosen for the resulnr meeting night of the club and thp next meeting will be held a week i prom-arti \viien the \veallier is dry i from tomorrow night. for the wet season and • --«>—•oil-d BORN - YJI IBREWSTRR- la Kern, November 10. ot Oakland, has returned to Kern and has taken a position In the 8. P. shops. Mrs. H. E. Mills Is visiting friends In Vlsalia. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Isaacs of Pion eer are guests at the Metropole. Traveling Car Inspector W. O. White was in town today. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. James have gone to Yuma, Arizona. Mrs. F. B. Owen returned on No. 7 this morning from San Luis Obispo Hot Spjrings greatly improved in health. Get a lot In Kern. Two thousand to pick from. You can't miss getting what you want. Terms easy, prices right. A. ,T. Woody, 816 Baker st. tf Mrs. W. H. Hutchings expects to leave In a few days for Los Angeles, where she will visit relatives. Mrs. E. P. Gallman, who has been tend the banquet. O. C. Shown returned yesterday from Santa Monica and reports his wife to be recovering from her recent jllness. Mrs. Sam Potts Is able to be around again after quite a severe illness. J. V. Carlln and family have moved in from the oil fields and have taken np their resident on Baker street. R. H. Peeler of Coalinga is In town on business. Hew to Treat a Sprain. Sprains, swellings an. 1 , lamene-s are promptly relieved by C. -iiberl.•!:!':•• Liniment. This liniment u-lures inflammation and soreness so that a sprain may be c'.ire '. !:i ationt one-third the time required by the usual (vent- meat. 25 ami ,~0 rent sizes for sale by T-'aer Uros., Bakersfleld; Kern Co.. Kern. T HJE BAKERSFIELD WOIVPAN'S CLUB AT WOMAN'S CLUB HALL TONIGHT San Emidio and Slockdnle chrysanthemums on display. Potted plants and cut flowers will he for stile. Admission will be free in the nftoruoou. ADMISSION, EVENING, 23c. WQVW wwr Seventy Yea,- s the gnest of Mrs. A. H. Ross for the i past two weeks, has returned to her home in Fresno. -*-•-»- Hut now prepare yet your harness repaired, and put in first elass ordei kinds of repairing, lijilit and heavy hat-ness and carriage trim- nfmtr done properly and at rens- onahle prices, at the PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BRO3. ItHiS, to .Mr. and ster, a son. Mrs. F. E. Brew- Mi«K Veldora MeCullough return- j i-d yesterday on the afternoon train j after .spending the past week In Los Angeles. j EVERYONE IS PLEASED iiiidndinu: ourselves. Iiecimse \ve are pleased if our patrons prolit liy 0111- work and reeeive yenitine <;>!- i.-tael ;on. We clean and pre-..s ,-i suit oi' men's clolhiiiir, or ;i lady •• tailor-made dress, i'i a inainn i 1 that makes it just lik.- ne\v. at .-' .iheral priee ill tin- Mail orders promptly aH'-nde< to. • Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A, C. Jacobsen. Proprietor. Office, 151i' 10th St., Phono Miiin 17 Works, 120-133 2(1 tti St. Vhons Minn Harry Clinton Nettle Crokrr .. de r.rowser s. r.vi .'. •!>• Kililh Cltnion Mrs. UoneysneUle ARRANGEMENTS CIOMPLETE FOR PROMENADE CONCERT. The St. Harnnhas finild Indies have completed arrangements for their promenade concert and dance Thurs- eveniiiK in Kaar's Hall. The whleb will lie n very ;;nod one, lias been arranged !>y Miss Helen Campbell nnd Is as folle.u>: 1. Opal SSollis, assisted by her chorus consisting of Lora Waldo. Christine Nlirloga, Vera Waldo fieor.uie Stronle, Ha/el lienson, llw/el Sarnow, Elizabeth Murdoclt, Kleanor .Maefiresor, Ada Had^bftiigh, Oerald Muti-hings. Charlie Whltal;er nnd Wilbur Nelson. ?. "The First of the Month." Helen Campbell. i :i. Winifred Leo and 'Bessie Johnston. f_ Mandn nay. "i. Charles T'remo's eonipauy in "nearest. Mama." SCHENCK'S Mandrake Pills For fV.imtl|,.itlfn, iMllirratlon, Sick Schonck's Mondrako Pills "Llvon the LJver," Keeps Frost Off Windows Don't you dislike to leave the warm living room and undrew in a cold bedroom where the frost is thick on the window*? No need to any longer — a PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Saokeless Device) makes any cold room cheerful and cozy in a trice and keeps it so. It has a smokeless device—that means no smoke—no smell—no bother—just direct intense heat. Finished in japan and nickel. Brass font holds 4 quarts, bums 9 hours. Easily carried about. Every heater warranted. J??<aj/t> Lamp ileady light, simple construction and absolute «afety. Equipped with the best central draft burner. Made of brass, nickel plated. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer does not handle the Rayo Lamp or Perfection Oil Heater write •our nearest agency for descriptive circular. STANDARD OIL COMPANY I Incorporated) Chan. 1'r Kenneth Cnrn Frank CASTOR IA For Infants and Ohildi sn. The Kind You Ha»e Always Bough! GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OT SAN FRANCISCO— NOW CPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN. Pi-.-, p. Ne-.v liiiil I;!)-.. Mm 1 ..- I. iii >••••• .•. .• p. *.„..••!. i.'.'i i c,. •!!••. f i]i]iusile Riiilvoail ail;! Sl'-;T'. •••MJ! ''(ll<'<-^. f->-;-ei'' i!ly CMIIVI-M leu! lor eoiiiiiii-rfi '1 I r.i'-eV •-: IN THI-: HKAHT 01-' Till-: ''IT (.•;-, .,. IIM^. n,,-,.!^ nil ;i-:''ns j'ii' '.<'.:• !-. T;il:e M'-vliet Si e-ii 1 ; ni' Fonvth and Kills ear to i."!el l'nt|-.:life on I'l-.'.vell St. WE NOW HAVt STfAM HEAT UNION THEATRE MAIN 128 : • " ' ' : v"K^ '< p R'CES lOc, 25c, 35c, 50c. j '-.;,, , . - :.,, t: /! • MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. (ti-V,.'-'" \ Bears the of PAINT Ifl A Good Bed - Is not a luxury ; " tliis ila >' an(1 a ""' its a n >sity of life. One of our famous Sanitary Iron Beds ^ a, . t ,1 i•„,- t ., years is a neeessity and still a luxury. YOU can't alVord t,, lie without one. Philip W. Nicdcraur THt ONE PRICE STORE 1408-10 19th Street Phone Main 173 I vis? notltlut' ntl churgfl roasotinb'; 1 !'- r i I. O. MEREDITH, Conti • IV & Ml Pnt-nr Main The Little Racket Store The little Store (if I- (iodley ,((: (.'o., corner I -'' anil Chester avenue, is -' adding new lines of "i, IM. 1 < '2~n> dry floods f i lie the li'iehai'dson (•:,'• I't'i'' 'i-ry oiit'lls, wliieh i.- i! )'!•.-; popnhil 1 einhroidei'y l;ii>in t he woi'ld. \Ve invite ill.' lad 1 ' s to eall and inspeet a feu- s.-imples, already i-eeeiv- f'.l. .!'>in a liiehai'dson I'lnli hid i"arn the lieantil'nl T.i-t of einliniiderins-'. AVe ^-ive spe- eial tirie.es on many iiveful urtieles. L. V. GODLEY & 00. C. J. "!.-rz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. INTEREST AN IMPORTANT FACTOR. Interest is ii very important I'llet'i)' ,!, I uiii!:ir_; a re. v '-rve fund and \vi-e :-. li:e ':iall, U-(Pllli.l) i'i' ehilil \\ (n> de- l'i,>its hi-; or i:"i' lil'.ll'-y I'ej 1 - iilai'Iy in the !• ir>l I'ank of K i-rn. i.i.i mi];, mi ne.'m:!i' <.|' ']}*. positive M-'-'U'ity. !ml I'e- e;|l|.se i')' 1 ll" li''i-l',ll ill!- Te-t vliieli it ;d!'i'.v. YOLI- ae. I'.ciiit is .•iiru,:i!i_v invited. l-'olll' pel 1 ee!|t iht. |-r-t paid on time deposit 1 -, and si.viii'.'S ai'i'oiilits. Cupitid ^(I.IKMI.HU THIS WEEK Monday,. Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Why Baxter Butted in Friday, Saturday Matinee and Night and Sunday DAVID HARUM $20 Cash Prize Saturday. Nov. 14

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