The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 11, 1908 · Page 8
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIPORNIAN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 89 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? Try our jjiutrantcc Mnralyp- jus and Honey ('oii'.rh Syr;ip. We say Unit it will -ID;. that sough because we know ft'hat it lias done f»r others and know wli.it it "'ill do for i: IIWO DAYS RACING ! INSTEAD OF ONE *—•**« 1 A program of two days racing Hudnnt F'urU Thanksgiving week, instead of one. has been announced by Corsett FHes Affidafiit—Supervisor Corseit, the un-urce.ssful candidate j i for re-election in the fourth supervls- jitjorliil dlstric:, today filed with the county clerk his affidavit of money received ami expended during his cam- Ed FuBHi-ll. who Is promoting thofpnlpn. He ovent.8. The first day's racing will be on Thanksgiving Day, and a mlxe.l program will IK- given, consist Ing of nothing and spent roil. Get it /it F'.aors. $91, distributed between contribution* to the local Republican committee. ...traveling expenses, and cards In the running and harness races, bicycle j Republican organ. races, motorcycle races, and one or! Cadlllac Due Tomorrow.—The Bak- more automobile races. The second days racing will be on the Sunday following Thanksgiving, November 29, and will consist exclus- Ivelv of automobile and motorcycle The Store of Eastman Kodaks. races. At that time several specially built raring cars from San Francisco and Los Angeles, Including the ersfield Kar.i.ne this afternoon, received word from l.os Angeles that the new Cadillac machine, ordered from the Michigan factory by express, was shipped from l.os Angeles this morn- Ing. It should be in "Bakersfield tomorrow mortiiiu!. The new car Is of the 19011 model, a ::n horse power tour- Leading Druggists. ATIONAL CREST YOU' 'WANT "IT ! SOLD ONLY'IN'TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cat. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Sunset, the Heo Bird, the Bulck White Streak, and the Chalmers-Detroit Bluebird, will be in attendance, and with (he local cars whk'i ore already j entered there will lie a big list Of Ist.urters in each of the several events. } The change was ma.le nere-r.sry on • account of the hill climbing contest , at Riverside on Thanksgiving Day, | whii'i' several of the autos desired to . nix-lid. On account of the convict in j (lutes the automobile races he.'e were >ostponed a few days, and a special mixed program will be arranged to take their place on Thanksgiving. .»• *.1. \V. Wiley came north last evening. down from ;• * * * * * '.• <• •:• •:•«? • E. H. LOVELAND '<• •: f f 'f Wholesale Produce Merchant }• Hay, liraln, Potatoes, Bonns, }• Eggs, and nil farm products. j. $ .;. .j. .5. .;. .;. .5. <• •{• «J. •;• <J. •$• •{• •}• •;« Granaii Hotel Sutler and Hyde Sts., San Francisco. Absolutely Fireproof American plan. $"..">!) for one, $'! for two. Ten stories of solid comfort. Country trade solicited. Dr. J. S. Weiser Manager of the Weiser Optical Co., 10;!3 I street, Fresno will lie in Bakersfield the week commencing Mon- diiy, November l(i, 1908. iind will stop at the New Southern Hotel. Eyes Examined Free All Work Guaranteed BAKERSFIELD •UnillillUI ILLU HOUSE ROOT. G. BARTON, Manager ONE NIGHT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 i Seats on Sale Wednesday. A NEW KIND OF A RAILROAD WESTERN PLAY PRESENTED WITH A CAST OF SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE. The Rocky Mountain Express A MELODRAMA OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c Saturday, November 14 Joseph and William W. Jefferson And an exceptionally talented company in Richard Brimsley Sheridan's classical comedy— The Rivals Prices ..'... 50 °. 75c, $1 and $1.60 Seats on Sale Thursday, ' ONE NIGHT SUNDAY NOV. 15 SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY. THE BIG FUN SHOW "UNCLE JOSH PERKINS" WATCH FOR THE BIG PARADE OF THE HAYSEED BAND. p r i ce< 50c, 75c. [Ing car. It has made an Immense lift In Los Angeles ami San Francisco, and Is expected to find a ready sale. The first car will probably be taken by! Jack Bay.se. who will enter the livery i business, and who will also enter his : car In the auto races to be held at ! Hudnut Park on Thanksgiving find on ' the succeed! an Sunday. - The local! garage people have given orders for fifteen of the CadalliCH In all, of thirty , and forty hor<e power models. Here From South—Percy Clark, the IMS Angeles real estate man, and a [tarty of friends passed through town this morning enroute for the Cox ranch to Inspect the property. Mr. Clark's friends are from Ventura and traveled by automobile. Goes to McKittrick—Happy .Hogan, who returned from the north t last night, has accepted a position In, McKittrick, Happ£ will organizes baseball team in McKlttrlck probab-1 lv ami during the winter some exclt-j ing games between the different coun-] i teams may be expected. Have Big Stock.—The Gundlach hoe Company has just Installer! n )lg addition to their stock of shoes! Boys, Clothing that Will Stand Rough Play—and Rain Boys' clothes must lie linilt to stand Ilie hard knocks of rough play. If there is a weak spot anywhere, a lively youngster will have found it before ninny minutes. Then there is patching for mother to do—and the hoy has an old-looking suit. There are no weak spots in the Redliek's hoys' clothing at $5—the fabrics are all wool ami carefully chosen. Every stitch is sewed with silk thread. Places where the strain comes are always reinforced.. By a special process they are made ABSOLUTELY RAINPROOF. Just have your boy try one of these suits at $5.00 Buy "Educator" Shoes Jor Your Children •Get the children shoes that are comfortable, strong and stylish. "Educator" shoes will "nil the bill"—they wear longer and look better than other brands of children's shoes. Shoe your children in "Educator" shoes and see how much happier they will be. $1.7") to $3.00. THE TOY DEPARTMENT. 13 AWAITING YOUR CHOOSING—SELECT EARLY; WE WILL LAY THEM ASIDE FOR YOU UNTIL CHRISTMAS. PURSE GRABBER MAY PLEAD (GUILTY ind the company now declares that It Is carrying the biggest line of shoes In the valley south of Stockton. The addition to their stock shows the faith I he firm has In the future of Bakersfield. Calendar Club Social—The Calendar Society of the First Methodist Church will give a social Friday Fred Bedella. the Mexican purse- snafcher. caitglit of tor (in exciting automobile chase last week, Indicated this afternoon that he will plead guilty when liU case comes up for trial. He was arranged before Justice Black- ami complained bitterly that he had no money, no friends, and no chance to fight his case. The justice Informed him that he could not enter a plea night at the church. An Interesting!''' this stage of the proceedings, but program has been arranged and re- sp ' his examination for November 2I">, freshments will he served. All mem-jf"' earliest practicable date. The case hers of the club, who secure tickets against the Mexican is a clear one, from their chairman, will be admit-' alul there is no doubt but that he will ted for 25 cents. I plead guilty ajid throw himself upon [ Owls Initiate Seven—The Owls last tlu ' mercy of the court. I night initiated seven candidates and Bedella'w ball was set at $1000, I receive,! |e n applications. A flue so- ' tt ' ili( ' )l fl " «';i.s un;iblc In furnish. RON-- !<-ial time was enjoyed with plenty of f ' n !nvi " '''•presenter] the district at- I ^ood things to eat, drink and snnoke. ! t< "' ll:> . v ' s u "i<'" at Hi" arraiutiiuent. The I Gets New Agency.- -K;!> jn< ! Drur.v I A ' l ' xlr '" 1 ll;l '' "° counsel, loday arrange.', for t!,,. : ,.ur.|ic/ for the! «—»- . Prestlllite uas I..ill;.., I',,, ;, |, J,,.,,, ,|,| |,. lamps. This is the HIM tin-.e tin. a..-.-n- cy has ever been held in B.ilii r.-Meld. ' Goes to San Emidio. -('. E. Getcholi ' is on u trip to the San Kmidio ranrV with Superintendent ,j al .K Don-l;,.--:. ! Millinery Opening.--Tlie .(;iee],ui 1 Millinery store at i::-J!i I'.ith sttert, wa-, formally opened loday an I the lovers of ladies' beautiful hats were given a BOOSTERS TO MEET SATURDAY On Saturday afternoon the quarterly meeting of the San Joaquln Valley Commercial Association, an organization formed to advance promotion work In the valley, will be held in BaKersfield. About twenty-five dele- i gates from the north will be In attendance, as the guests of the local Board of Trade. Workman hall has been secured for the meeting, which will be an open one. Arthur R. Brlggs, the president of the State Board of Trade, will deliver the principal address, on "What the Future of California Promises." A discussion upon the subject of the conservation of the underground wa- j'ters of. the valley will be led by Ar- j thur Miot of Tulare and Col. John P. Irish. Col. H. D. Loveland will speak upon the parcels post question, and J. A. FllcUer, secretary of the state agricultural association, will make an address. C. A, Barlow will probably speak upon some topic connected with the oil industry, Mother (viciously scrubbing her small boy's face with soap and water)—Johnny, didn't I tell you never to blacken your face with burnt cork again? Here I have been scrubbing half an hour ana it won't come off. Boy (between gulps)—I—ouch! — ain't your little boy—ouch! I'.se Mose,-de colored lady's boy.—Judge. Less Clotfelter of McKittrick is in Bakersfleld. SEVEN C/iNDIDATfS FOR liAGLEDON Tonight another initiation of the Eagles will be held, and seven candidates for Eagledora will be put treat that made their hearts glad. Mrs.; through the candidates stunts Cileeland has secured some of Hi., most! i beautiful and artistic effects In latest things In millinery ever seen In H-ik ersfield. The new shop \\-as prettily decorated for Hie opening and many of the ladies of the city called diirlni.' the afternoon. mess meeting will also Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 3025 Chester Avenue. McCatons Art Stor* Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Moulding, Best of Worxmaiwhlp. A bus- be held, at which the question of celebrating j the eighth anniversary of the found- ! ing of the local aerie will be take'h ' up, The anniversary falls on Novem- i lier 19, and Messrs. J. It. Dorsey, C-j A. Newman, Jake Walters, N. n Sol- ; *»«- ~- 'onion and A. E. Savoie, the commit- Smithors, criuiiual. sat in tee appointed to look into the matter, milking paper boxes when w| " rc nder their report this evening. » dear old lady visitor looked thr/sugh °" e of tlle largest crowds of the " ' ' the nrst Tuesday ARE YOU CONSULT THE EXPERTS OF THE ELECTRO-M^DICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. CALL OR WRITE. Rooms 12 to 19,. Most elegant and completely furnished medical office west of chicauo. 254 SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES. tin? peephole i u the door imitilsltlvely. "You poor man." said the old lady. ! "you'll be glad when your time is up! I won't yon?" "Well.ma'am, not partickerly," j ac . oh Smlthcrs answered, "im ' In fur life."-Philadelphia Inquirer of the season attended night dance of the Eagles In their fozy hall last night. Forty or fifty couples were- present and all enjoyed the dancing until a late hour. Jimmy—My ma's got HI pay some bills. Tommle—Pooh: TU« to the house to collect down town The star pupil arose at the school '•ntertainment to declaim hla piece. "U-'nd me your ears I" he bawled. "Ha:" sneered the mother O f the Position, but defeated, pupn, .. that . a Sarah Jane Doran's boy. He wouldn't '>«' 'his mother's so n if h e didn't want i burrow something."—Tid-Blts THE MOST POPULAR FLOUR IN THE COUNTY IS KERN RIVER MILLS More an,l more pie are learning th goodness of this Hour every day. Ask your friend if you're in doubt and she will gladly tell you what a fine (lour this is and that baking day Is a pleasure with her. Kern Hiver Mills; (lour costs no more j than oilier Hours, but • It far Burp:i:-.s.->s every i other Hour In the mar- He At KERN RIVER MILLS FLOUR LIVE AND LET LIVE n. turkeys lit this ' ;'"•'•• •.•.-= :'!! the \\ >• lire always satis- •i ni'-.ici'aie porlit on our Why let ytiiir horse stll'- >Milil when y..ii em) buy n •$!."' •. .'•. iai'j^e Ves always on hand. B. HEREINQTOK 1517 19th St. The Very Kind of Clothes Good Dressers Want » Are Here ! \Ve put great stress on the fact that our "Collegian Suits rffl'd Overcoats are the very kind of clothes good dressers want. The time and money spent in making such clothes as we offer, fully warrants the statement that we give the best Clothes Values in this city. And the enthusiastic buy- ins,' of these clothes doubly proves it. Yon couldn't find richer patterns or crisper styles or mono artistic tailoring than are imbued in "Collegian" Clothes. Let us show you the nob- biest, snappiest suits from $15 to $30. Overcoats from $10 to $27.50. There is a saving of $5 on every ready to wear garment bought here. S.WISEKOPF

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