bDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 190i. JESSIE MOORE WHISKEY -.•'in always u.mt t.i lillV In! 1 I".til'' live, ami 1 h" ••"' y.ni vlii.nl"! ':'•''•<• •"• eali I'm- at '•': '•"• >' Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. "Tag Day" for the Shelter HuUiTKfield la to have a "tag day," , Tlie novel charitable scheme has \ worked very successfully throughout j the Mate, the benefits always being) laruo. The Children's Shelter Is to I IIP the beneficiary ntul the ladles of, ihe Shelter have enlisted tho aer-1 vices of almost a regiment of beautiful women nnd winsome young ladies :n 1,1.' ye nood looklni* mm. It i is certain that no uncouth member' df the sterner sex will he able to withstand the penile entreaties and 1 tilgK lire expected to sell as fast HS ! they can he tied on. The date of the tagging will he decided on at a meet-' Ing of the Shelter Thursday. MOVING OF CITRUS CROPS IS STARTED. About iliiiu earn of oranges have. Denver Restaurant Uegular Meals. 2.~»c« jfiid up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Cluiii Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and f'lmp Sney. (food Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfteld, ' been shi|i|>e.| from the citrus district I around l.iml^ny and Porterville. this | year. The fruit in this section ripens i about three weeks earlier than In Southern California. It was originally estimated that the output this year would be about HOOO cars, but Inter investigations have placed the output at 2500 cars The fruit IK reporteil'to be of nn excellent grade and the eastern market Is firm, There will be a bis supply of fruit from this section fov 'he etaoln from this section for tlie T'.ianksgiv- in« traile and it Is expected that about half Ihe crop will be moved by CliiiM mas.—Fresno Republican. Charles Hiistlllos is rfl ifl'*"n toilay. j j .lames IVvlne went to He 1 Kock vestenlay. Details make the difference between our suits and those seen elsewhere. It's the combination of little things that make perfection., Our suits all show extra painstaking, careful cut and perfect tailoring. The lapels lay just so, the collar sets just right and the lines, of the coat are graceful and correct. These are the points that prove the superiority of Hochheimer's suits and make them more stylish and wear longer. Prices of suits, $ 10 to $30. Joe Jefferson's Sons Appear in Successes of Father I t^*^^^*mu^^^im~~i—^~^^*^^*m T'le writers of comedy these <rays OTrigger," the blustering Sir An..,.,- not itiiiiriivcd upon the work or ' a century and a <>u;irter ato when thony Absolute, and the awful mutilation of the King's English by Mrs. Malaprop, while the numerous complications of the plot are as laugh- a- they were forty years ago, i, the illustrious actor, the late ;ili .lefferson, first ma(fe his fame make a start. Since that time efforts * * * have been made to arrange a three- J Hotiii'palntlng ?B my^Bpeclal- * cornered match race between Dr. ^ ty j u§e notll i n g but the beat * Schafer, Premium Rose, and the Te- 9 material!, guarantee my work * hachapl sprinter, but Wiggins says .» and charge reasonable priest. * he did not see the corner money com- » ,V«-Vi? HEDI I^J!!^!i!^i''* f 211/ 9 oV Knf.nO main If*. T ing, and withdrew. ff ... .j. ff .j.... .j. EVERYONE IS PLEASED including ourselves, because we are pleased if our patrons profit by our work and receive, genuine sat- 'I inlitinn Ilo'n" in "The Rivals. '. .1!' l.i^ /on- bnve succr-edci! him 1 arc now appearing In this com- 1 ' V' i * ]' 11' 11'''' i \\ H * 11'! 1 S M'' f' P £ S \V 1! • \v •• :1 • ""."b Acres" \vliilo .Ins- \ i|, ;l | ]|, ;i ] ; ,. s ji just like new, at a ., ',,- t 'i, ,' K.,,-' S ;,,-,". I ill; '';" : ' "i'i<'e ;•' ! 'c;i;ia!Tl'e" nrt'lsts ! J • 1 ' i ' :i! " i '' 1 ' ''" isfaction. We clean and press a s»il i,|' MICH'S clothing, or a lady's lailnr mail" dress, in a manner .J jy»i^4 ;., 17'" i'hi.i;'. Mam lt>S OSTE&'MGOR PACTS <*$jP'~' .'.**'" J 'I'iie Ti i,.ie|,api liii.-..'iiall nine, i', liich ' '..M In en ilitiiainie.l I'ur some v.eelcs, i I.ecHii^e of ihe alii'en-'e ot three h.i- j port'itit I'layi i's, vim i .veiv Kojonrnlt; , "ti Hi" i.'".i-'t. has 1 i."U i-e <ir:.'anlzeil by : ! 'i' iei!i! n (it ilie.'e nl-i' ers, ami will 'an i'- v, iut.r ;•(•,: n jiiiinlay, with ••inn- u iHi i h" \' •;•• . •• ... il t.'sr(-r«, IClliiWI! the \Vi.|'iii i.yel 1 \\:\ 'i'" !. i'c.ilv-sl Einerson, Estej', Kurtamnnii Ktcrlinr;' ,i:id Pianos. f.arv -' ••'.••••': •'• :':f." pi.'-:: -' ' "I''-' '•''' 'V in IUii- • . i- '.!. ! . ' ' ;'•••>' 1 " ! ' i! ' ,\!>o Flr.ynr "I -;. >'. :i i' e l..c,,| - Mil, i ..', nil V • • . ft »-" New Fish ttcck- 1820 K Sliott Phcre Main 602 C. r. KEY, Manr-ger ••.',' .• s'.i" el.-- ir.:vi - Ai.-i.ly MiSH Aliiliniiilt, 1. :•!.::•.• niiiiiii! tin top -lit'-; :,i M.iUi t^tieM lo'rlay, aii'l . | ,, sri'ji a Ol' inline;- >\i!ll " MI very favor ibly. li" • • . tlii't un.i' 1 '' I!' 1 c.'ii 1!I ' ' T.-!i;'.c'n.'il>l I'iii. 1 ' er.s eon;,- ., :'-,. Dinin.'.n 1 If \\'ey 1,1 ; i,v v. a> ci'li'.ii i'"' i » it 'i -: \ • . MI, an.l it is M ;I ' ; ' "'• '' 1 ! ." Mi ,..- i'lci .' Ill "' a 1'e'A \> " ' -^ •• - ll , . :'.. n.'. h tn li. :o I. V.'ii-.^i,.:-. l.'l'l MM' Tei,,,.•!. ll'' I' 1 ''•:•'• :,i'i.;iii IM-- ruiriiii ; MU-,'.', Q'H en May, '"'?'/ / v, lib !:i:a. Q"( en .\ia;. v.eii, hin^o (iiir- ..7 17th. !ni in," county fair wei 1 !-;, a.ii'J did not JVee rroin 'disease -onus of any kind, or anythm- ,,!' ni, I111 " i " iillly 'IT PAYS TO HAVE THE BEST of anvthiti"': and most especially m a nuittress. Th,' --OSTHMOOR" don't, beeovne Inll ot limps. ..'oinp.-lhiiL' von to have it renovated only after a few weeks ol nse as do the cheaper and more commonly used mattresses made ol hair, excelsior or most: anything which is inexpensive. THIS IS THE PLACE You need not look for these goods elsewhere in Ihi 1 : "ity :i- wo are the sole agents. . The reputation ol'our business depends on the (jiialily of our ' •< i-"handise, and for that reason we take pleasure in calling vii'T attention to (he "OST.KMOO.I."' brand. ASK YOUR FRIENDS who have already bought these «:oods. (let their opinion. Then e.ime to our store and have a look. \V" will (rent you rijrht ; will make your visit a pleasure whether \<m make a purchase today ..r later. Haberfelde Furniture Co. 1604-1606 Nineteenth Street. Bakersfield, Cal.
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