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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, November 12, 1908
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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIPORNIAN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. JESSIE MOORE WHISKEY Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. Denver Restaurant Regular Meals. 2">e and tip. Eastern Oysters and first- claws Chinese Noodles. Chou Mean, 1'ineappk's, Chicken, and Chop Suey. (iiood Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfield. BARTENDERS' UNION. Members of local Bartenders' Union are requested to meet at Labor Council hall, Friday, Nov. 13, at 8 a. m. to attend the funeral of our departed brother, Lawrence Hammes All members who cannot furnish suf- flcieut excuse for not attending will be subject to fine. By order of fllAO. Jil'SSKLL, Secretary. W. J. Stack, President. Colds and Croup In Children. "My little ulrl Is subject to cnids." j?ays Mrs. Win. H. Sent. No. 4! Fifth Pt , Wheeling, \V. V. 'Last whiter "he had a severe spell and a t"rrilile .-o'K'h but f cured her with ''hain'-erlain's Cough Heiii'.-dy without tin- aid of a doctor, and my Hti! !>< •, hf u PROGRAM FOR THE BAZAAR Next .Monday evening I lit 1 St. Fran j els liir/.iir opens with a ring of Jolll- j j fieaMon that, is to last the entire 1 j week. Tin 1 hull already Is looming I In derm-atluiiH »"d assurance Is glv- j J en that it will bo one of the prettl- ' lent lia/urs ever held *ln this city.' 1 Tin. display of goods will give all an | opportunity of making bargains for Christ ma* presents. Knch evening there -will he n;i entertainment on the 1 singe. Monday and Tuesday evenings the popular "Indian Drill" and songs ( by the leading ladles of the church , will take place. On Wednesday even-' ing the "Toy Maker" will be given; and the success made by the drama-, tic club at (heir last appearance Is still frosh in mind. Friday evening, will be the date for the children to ( hold forth in their new songs and j drill. Thursday evening will be re- cltal evening, when vocal and Instru-: mental talent, will entertain. j The committee on flowers with Mrs. Newhouse ns chairman, guarantees a fine collection from Bakers- ( Held, Stockdale and San Emldlo. j The Cafe Is In charge of Mrs. U. i Castro, who will furnish nil the best | Spanish dishes, and Mrs. Krausse j Is to furnish the American lunches.. I It Is beautifully latticed'off iu the hall, giving the appearance of a miniature hotel. i The St. Francis booth will be filled with the very latest souvenirs of the church and local scenes. i Miss E. DeGana will be at the t country store, where she has bargains In the grocery line and for the kitchen. The art department In charge of Mrs. Paul Cortl, will give pleasure to many In examining the work of local artists. 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. be has Is llaer limn . Co., Kern The Kingdom of Sweets will governed by Mrs. PhllHps, who everything for the sweet tooth. I Mrs. Paul C.altes will show what jthe latest in the fancy store. • I Mrs. Moon; will give receptions j each evening at the Oypsy tent. j To fish In the mountains or river i could not surpass the Roofl fishing at !the Fri'y fish pond. The children will he there In number* no doubt and they will lie rewarded with good bait. .Japan, with Ihe American .laps In i harm- a? the right hand side of the hall as you enter* to the cutest booth in the hall. Three Dinners ThanksQiving Week. There will be three big dinners Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Thanksgiving week. The following ladies are in charge each day: Tuesday, Nov. 24th; dinner at 12 o'clock, noon—Mesdames A. J. Webster, A. Campbell, Krausse, Moore i Marking, Leary and Marchand. i Wednesday, Nov. 2oth; dinner at 12 o'clock noon—Mesdames Tegeltr McKaniy, flakes, O'Hare Eyraud, Fairchlld, Newhouse. Thanksgiving dinner, Nov. 1'Cth, 5 p. m. — Mc.sdames Chabano, Castro, Maler, l!erg"s, ••Simpson, Foster, Tib- belt. TROUBLE IN BIG POSTAL DEFICIT IS LARGEST IN HISTORY. Becoming Becoming SKov LADIES AT STEVENS I r.AOi,".G MILLINER Hats Prices You AVENUE. CHICAGO, Nov. 11.—Members of j the American Association and the ( Ki^'Mu League walked out of the ^ N;i':i'ti.'!i Association of Baseball I.'.iciest today after their request to, mi t the Southern and Western | Li agues from Class A leagues had, been denied and a request that the American Association and tile Bait- ern League be allowed to withdraw from the National organization had been likewise refused. In the evening the national commission held another meeting, which i he Kastern League and the American Association did not attend. The latter two associations decided to hold a meeting in New York on Decembei •}, at which time all the club owners are to map out future actions. A committee representing the liolting rganizations requested that they b WASHINGTON, Nov. 12.—Postmas. ter General Meyer announced today that the postal deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30th amounted to $16,910,279. This is the largest deficit in the history of the department. •^T"*J« •£••{••$•*{• A •{••;««{• •£• •$• »}• •$• «J< > PAINT YOUR HOUSE * * House painting IB my special- * » ty. I uie nothing but the beat * * materials, guarantee my work * * and charge reasonable prices. + » I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor .,* » 211V B ttv Prime Main 172. * ****************** EVERYONE IS PLEASED __ _ " EXCHJSIVETiT"cTsTORE IN KERN COUNTY. APPENDICITIS CLAIMS VICTIM Lawrence Hammer, bartender nt i the Reception saloon, died tar'.v 'hi? ' iiKirnini; at ihe S ; SIIT,-.' tio'.j.;>.•!. , :• i te r an unsuccessful operation fnr ap- .„„„„ ,..„..., . .., 1 ..... J ^,. ...... ...,., ... jillcitis. The Hi si o|.i ration was made allowed to confer with the national is.'veral day- a;_',i>. v.le n .; was hasehall commission, but the request i thought thai llamiii's was siiff. rin^r W a<= denied by officials of the com- li'dia that iii.i'.aiiy. The I'.inLnes'.s ]. is-kin. ..inr,;!,!! wa.- M'.-aiv. llanin:^ COLORADO WRECK IN i '• d .ma! v tr,'hstand '))•• BLINDING SNOW STORM. The derca.-e-l wi.- r> Mnple man, I", I'UKIiLO, Colo,, Tc.iv. II. —Th" ' l.'oi Uy Me.unliiin i.ilni '.••-!. i:i" i'ast i Hock Island passi-nuer Main Hum tli'l I I o.- in .i \ -. , a-, - a I;. I v. •'• • ' .... . . . ,., . , , ' , . , ' !:u-a.-.', i'0..ini il w;ih lie n :>r < "•' Ii ."d and i' , • '• ' ' r i), i , ),,- i one .. i , i . ., , ' I''''•' ''' ( ''~'' ! ""'in at r onnri'.ii. i: - j ''.'.!/ ", ' ' ''".',', . , , teen miles north of Pueblo, in a '' 1 he luiiera' w i 1 i hi-'i 1 , o i> •• ' ri'V, 1 i i.K.rnlni: at !< ,.'.•,..!, r,.,,,, s- r , .,,. ' >- ! "»» u B 8nmv Mlir '« ^ «.:...•-,..;.. i el. Cluirch. Th, f .f th- >, ""'"'>• Brllfih °' t "^ in " t ' 1 ' of l!l " l'^' | cul U,irlen,l,.,V I',.:-.,. -., :n attend In - np " r "' ilil1 ' lltl<1 " lv " 11 1 "' ; -'" ' ' ' St J i- believed that he will :• . 'M r. None ^ , ij ih(' jiasesiiiii'i's of the I.lniii'ii Wft 1 " 'i iii<.'hulinsr ourselves, biviiiise \vn art- pleased if our pjitrons profit by our work and receive genuine satisfaction. We clean and press a suit of men's elotliini;-, or a lady's t»iilor-niade dress, in a manner that makes it just like now, at a liheral priee at the Mail orders promptly attended to. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office, 151I-! 18th St., Phono Main 176 Works, 129-133 20th St. Phon* Main 168 OSTERMOOR FACTS BETTER THAN HAIR a body. DESERT TOO LDNEH FOR MHS, mm R. K. Dow.l, -•!; . li,,-..,,,'. i Mojave mine, I...;;.... : ,., :.;, ,i l locntory ili'i i.-i 1,1 ,:r, (,i' i > •. ,•,,,•, i ; •wife. Kuuenii- .1 I i' •,•,,;_ 1,1, 'i,, i..;;. ,'of desertion Thi i.!i''tn'i- •• ! ',, j desert was evid'-i.'ly ihe i a ^,- ; •), • wife's iili'loinp. Aloi./o Kinsr of Salt;e, v.-ho was iii the caboDso ot the ireiuht train, badly injured. ««>> "I guess there wa- II ' i ! • ' .. 'i -i cicty out there f.,r hi r." ..;•., . ; .. v . || in his testimony iliis nui; 1 :. s iiicl;e'il uii one .lay m-! • i! 1 always treated hi r rit-'h' I As legal proof- uf lie- Uia. ::;•.»;.' i !i'_' and the - ilisi-ijui'iit ', -.-ri ii I1 \\ I'll- maile by 'h JjjH.'lllielt KVilll'''': the di (•!••• Atti Kliou-ii (lie world -\"!':is ill,, uivalesl piano. A, B. ChllSC, J j „,.._. \vhilnl;'-r vas i oun-e! • • !«.,« Emerson, Estcy, Kurtzmann, Sterling ami M'.II.T,. A No Player Pianos. Largest st-.i,-!; of line riasi--s '••I'lstiintly on luunl ever seen in Htikerslielit. ! o-.v I-'ri-es. K;.-,y Te,-ms. While Mrs. I Xiv d V.'ll« not :• , , ,-1 ;,'ed. Suit Against Sheriff. Hefore Judge Mahon the -j.t of the | Sh'-rin' Kelly i> bring In u: i tmlay j The suit. Is one ill c(i[ivers;i n, jirow- New Fish Block—1820 K Street | S B ratlachia P^l^^n '-ulouie, Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY. Manager | ™** ^ n \^ 'mmmg^ a", 'sought. Sherman Clay & Co BUILT NOT STUFFED Thov nre constructed on scieutilie and sanitary principles, not Mntrcd with the hair of dead animals; in fact they are not stiilled nt all -but built in layers of new material by expert meuliauies, absolutely free from disease germs of any kind, or anything ot an nni'leanly nature. IT PAYS TO HAVE THE BEST of anvthin-,': and. most especially in a mattress. The "OSTHMOOH" don't become full of lumps, coinpolhuK YOU t., have it renovated only after a few weeks of use as do the cheaper and more commonly used mattresses made ot hair, ex- eeKinr. or most anything which is inexpensive. THIS IS THE PLACE Y..U need not look for these goods elsewhere in this city us we lire the sole agents. ... . The reputal'ion of our business depends on the quality of our i -, haiidise. mid for that reason we lake pleasure m caHiny; >,.:,,• attention to the "OSTEMOOH" brand. ASK YOUR FRIENDS w>i,. have already bought these goods. (Jet their opinion. Then e., m ,. to our store and have a look. We will (rent you right : will e your visit a pleasure whether you make a purchase t»da\ Haberfelde Furniture Co. 1604-1606 Nineteenth Street. Bakersfiold, Oal

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