The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 13, 1908 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. THE BAKEnSPIELD C-ALIFORNJAN Dependable Goods at Weld's Stove Buyers, Listen! Buy The Champion Interchangeable Range Something new and by far the best stove that' hns ever been put on the market. Every range warranted, and you'll always count your your money well spent when you buy one. You can change it from gas to_ coal or vice versa in less than five seconds. ~ It takes less fuel to run it than any other stove, and hns all the greatest conveniences possible. We've already sold quite a number, and prospective stove buyers should by all means see this fine, up-to-date and splendid range. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street I SPORTS WHITE FLYER MAY RACE HERE A tliree-cornered match race, for $!'/'» a comer, was made today, between three of the best known local sprinters. The event will probably ( be nimle a part of tho Thanksgiving ! day program at Hudnut Park, and n j purse is to be hung up by the mar.- j agement, making the event a gwoep- stakes affair, e -"TSes matched are Glass' sorrel gelding Dr. Over The Tehachapi by Daylight Daily train leaves Fresno 8:50 a. in. Arrives Los Angeles 8:35 p. m. Leaves Los Angeles 7:35 a. m. Arrives Fresno 7:17 p. m. A DELIGHTFUL TRIP USE THIS TRAIN Southern Pacific Go. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC Business address Phone 161. THE MAJESTIC. THIS IS THE CAR Now try and conceive a car almost us silent as the photoerinh im.if- ' car vibrant with pent-up power under fllngor-tlp control 'a car Vh.,t will glide noiselessly up alongside tho aristocracy of motordom nnH inV-if nothing that the latter possesses except a higher price— and von win have formed a fair mental picture of the revelation that awaits you Dismiss from your mind the Idea that you have ever seen a low-nrion,i r S thU * 155 ° f ° U1 ' C} ' llnder 30 Where you have seen little cars at a low price, you will now see « big car at a low price. a Where you have Hitherto seen spidery outlines and bandbox nrooor tions, you will now see size and strength and dignity. Where you have seen Indifferent material skimped and saved to make possible a low price, you will now woo a car built of the finest steels mon ey can buy. used in full and generous measure— and the same palnstak ung, conscientious system of construction, down to the last nut and bolt, that has been typical ol the Cadillac plant from the first year of Its history. Deliveries early next month. First car load already sold. 0. E. Qetcfaell, Agent, Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. The White Company, of San Francisco. lias written to Bakersflelcl In regard to the coming automobile race meet, on November 29. They are desirous of entering a number of cars, provided that satisfactory arrangements can be made with the promoters. Their "White Flyer," a specially built racing car with tho world's rec- ord'ot a mile In 4S .3,5, oil fl Clr*\ij a r '.IrtClf, Is now being toured through the middle west. It is In Texas at prpsom, after bentlng everything In a reef'))! Kansas City meet, but the owners, C. M. Balr and F. W. Gregory are headed for the coast and will be here by Thanksgiving Day. If the local promoters of the race meet are abla io give a large enough guarantee the ste| u '» the affair. Flyer will come to Bakersfleld and two In tholr last meeting, Dr. Schafer 1 Other White Steamers, both stock cars beat Premium Rose, but the mare, (one a 20 horsepower, and the second a after being practically left at the ! 30 horsepower machine, will also en- P0rft , made up ground on the sorrel. 3 MATCH RACE FURNIIURE William Schafer, Phil Kllpstt-iii's speedy Kismet mare, Premium Uose, and George Mauen's All Hinht. The distance is to b furhmns, and the horses are entered at cati-h weights, All parties put tip THE ONE-PRICE STORE •I We wish in announce that wo have just added to our store H very largo stock of PICTURES Coino in and select sorno- thiiifrfor your homo. A picture plai'od here «i.nl \\\P.w on tho walls from fl niot.1t tliat is larjje enough to afford just wlmt you want or what your friends would 8.'V\rociate. Then* fa Uo present that is' more plrnsfas tliau a nice CARPETS |j ach ''- Ka this morning at the l ' avi « representing KIlp- | tor-. The "White Flyer" Is handled by Fred Dundee and Gus Seyfried, two Neither of tho others have yet met All Right, which ran some good races at Santa Anita last winter, . PHILIP W. IEDERAU , , -•"""-" """ -"" • -""races at Santa Anita last winter, and of he best professional drivers In the WOIl a goo ,, s(aH h d United States. Tho car would un- falr week . The fc y doubtedly prove a great drawing card .,.„,,„„... , , .. * * in Bakersfleld. H " 6 . ° f hC C ' laHSl °: f nmnlng races Will Have Racing Car. ™' has ^"_ s ^" hereto monthB. The Bakersfleld Garage has order- —- •••• %/ ^l^ ed a racing sprocket for H. W. Klip-J D A If L DO till I II stein's Tourist from the Los Angeles DnllLIlO IILLU factory, and the cams will also be , .readjusted for racing purposes. With! IIO m&lllfflB | these changes the local car will prac-! W IIINIIHA tically be transformed Into a racing f Oi UlllUUfi machine. It will go against the Bu-| lek White Streak on November 29th ; -——• at Hudnut Park. Kllpsteln will be, Toniorrow afternoon the. Bakers- DUKE FINDS COMFORT IN TRUST DECISION NEW YORK, NovT 13.— James B Duke, president of the American To- calling attention to tho rocont derision of the United Stales circuit court that tho company was a combination In restraint of trade. Duke announced that the business of the company would proceed as usual pending an appeal to the supreme court. It was grnlifylnp, ho declared, that tho court found that 'our methods and success have not Injured tho consumer* of tobacco, have greatly benefited the grow era of loaf tobacco by giving a larger at present In the country, Bl prew.ni m me uansa country, first tlmei nltchlng wlth lhe Dlnuba ' Basye having left the employment of |tean)i ln their home towllp , n the flrst | . _ with the Dluuba slve competition." I to unfair or oppres- the garage. AUTO NEWS NOTES New Salesman at Bakersfield Garage. Wrecked Marmon Car Shipped Away for Repairs. Ed Erickson, formerly with the for the HOTEL KEEPERS DEPLORE I THE TIPPING EVIL. Electric 19th and 0 Sti. Tel. Main 1260 1 league game of the season ! locals. • So far there has been little chance | NEW YORK, Nov. 13.—A dispatch j to gain a line upon the work of the ' from Homo to tho Times says that i members of the Bakersfleld squad, ex-! "tips" engaged the attention of tho copt in the caso of the memorable 23 hotel keepers congress- which has to ti game with the town team. Wlc- just closed its sessions there and -.- . nun) and the Strond brothers are uat- that tho congress approved a stig- • • f • • * f iirally oxpocted to show as tho stars ' se.stioa looking to the partial rogula- •IIIH if A Q j tomorrow. "lialie" Mt-Klnloy will al-.Hon of such gratuities. Horr Hoyer • W llt'U O ' R '> bo In the gamo, liehlnd tho lino, Cologne, prostdont of tho rnfornalfon- and should show some class 'a! Association «f Hold Keepers, dc-,' Tho Dlnuba team Is expected to -"erlbod tho numerous vain efforts : bo rather a bettor aggregation this made In Germany to end the practice year than In past seasons, and while of "tipping" and added: It is conceded that the locals have "A 'tip' Is one of tho time honored f\ • i 11 ' 0 »ost chance of winning tomor- customs which have taken a hold of VlRl IIP! : r ° WS Ram °' K ° mC ° f tlm PX " erlR ox - l" ll)llc llfl> - u cannot, bo eliminated V»V%I Mv% i poet to see the northern boys put up but lot us try to regulate It." 1 a hard fight, possibly scoring a goal Acting upon Hcrr lloyer's sugges- or two. Charley Howell of Visalla, Uon, the congress ruled that when a who broke up a league game hero traveler desires It so, a hotel keeper last season, by refusing to let his shall distribute "tips" which shall be team go on the field because of a dls- charged up In the bill at the rate of , puted decision, Is poaching the Dl- ti per cent o n amounts up to ten dol 9cperydi n " bans ' and U ls re P° rled to be the lam and 10 per cent on larger ambition of his life to beat the local amounts, bunch i ^ i I - al - t !" B _ "_•;::.• li;:. ? operyc M The team leaves for the north on " l 8lin P° 8e y<w play starts with a the early Southern Pacific train to- '"" I8( ' m!ll(1 dusting tho furniture and morrow. A small crowd of rootcr» """'"I'llzlngr will accompany the players. let Cleaner Take u» ri«n »nH p.i, v . and Relay. Axmlnster, Moquet and Velvet 10c per yd ...attlng Be per yd To clean or lay only 5c per yd Sewing Selvage edges Scperyd Sewing raw edges 6c per yd Mitres, each 50c Cross seams, each 25c To lay new printed lino- leym 8c per sq yd To lay old linoleum 10c per sq yd To Jay new inlaid linoleum 10c per sq yd To lay old Inlaid linoleum 12c persq yd I sell carpets and linoleum by sample. Let me take my samples to your home and you can see how thoy will look on the tloor. I will allow a 10 per cent, cash discount on all Carpet Work if paid immediately on completion of work. Roy White The Man that Buys and Sells Anything that Don't Eat. 1730 Chester Ave. Bakersfleld Grocery Company, will be employed by tho Bakeruflcld Garage in tho future as an automobile salesman. Erickson will demonstrate with tho Buick, Cadillac, and Tourist cars for tho benefit of Intending purchasers. about the family affairs?" ; "No, we've cut all thai out. Instead we have a vacuum cleaner with phonographic attachment." — Louisville Courier-Journal. A FACT PROVEN. Should Convince Even the Mo«t tlcal of IU Truth. The arrival of the 30 /-. nil ,i Cadillac touring car was expected late this afternoon by the garage It will bo used as a demonstration car. D. R. Smith's wrecked Marmon car hn.i been shipped to Los Angeles to be repaired. It Is much the worse Phone Main 123 j for Its dive into the Union avenue ditch. j If there la tho slightest doubt In th« horse power «n'nj» »' ""V that Dundrutt Kerms do not exist, their bdlnf IH compelled by tho fact that a rabbit lnnoculate.1 with tin- germs became bald In nix weeks' tlmo. th^rf thnt "t^Tniy Vv^ntET -," baldness Is tho dfsiructlon of the germ— hlch fll ' s , UCPor< "'" 11 .v nrcompiishnd rt po r r<-\\\. nf rni»fi«i hr _ _- . 1 '"-'^T IIJ DON'T PUT THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE Hut HOW when the weather is dry prepare for the wet season and 1,'t-t your harness repaired, oiled and put in first class order. All kinds of repairing, light and heavy harness and carriage trimming done properly and at reasonable prices, at the PXONEEB HAJUTEM f HOP C. R. Gotohell took Dr. Stark and others on a trip to the West Side fields this morning. Is cfuiHtHl by thn pnmn (term which entiHpa haldtiPSs mul citn he, prn- vcntcd with tlio same remedy—N'owbro'i Horplclile. Accept 'io n\il>stttiit<v "Hestroy th> cnnae you rnmovn ttio effort." Snlrl by Ic.-Kllrii <1nii?eists Si'nrt Mo. In **<:unfn for HanipM to Tim ITflrplrldft Co. ROAD NOTICE. ., -'-oliHoiitinir owners "of'Tlio }'('•.'•:•"">[•• 1 !'. (l . l ' s<:1 '""' I lands take notice. I M.'lt lie rODOI-t (if lhe \ ii.wi.ru on nrohosed Countv 1'oail No -'7I '('" scrUieil an Cfiiiimenrlni/ nl' the" a-'n-l ii- ii' •P?W-' 1 ' "' section four i h. Town- Twc'ntvls'.vo""!'"- .' ^ i< "" 1 ' "' u . :l1 ' 1 "' iiotwoen Heel ions l"i l t'nd'' l f).'s S ;'ii'V!i' two miles: thonce wont alone am) ::u foot on eueh side of lino between sections v illl .', 11 . V 1 Ol i"' m '"' ") Cfjiintv Ho.,1.1 | Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. LADIES' PRIVATE LECTURE By request, the eminent scientist, Dr. Fru Lucius, will lecture to ladlo-i only at A. O I". \V. Hall, Wodnesflny, flay. November 11, at :i p. m., on "How to Me Healthy, Happy and Beautiful," with ilust rat ions and psychic life read- Ings. Admission is free mid a rurdlal Invitation is extended to young and mature, single and married laiiies. S7 No. J.'i. IIIIH been sot for learini; he- fore the sali.l Board of SunorvlHiirs : I I heir looms HI the Conntv C -t |lou«e " V!",,',.'' 1 ^',"' BiiH ( ''' ! i"eI;l. Kern ('oun-' tv. f'aHloi'iihi. at Hie hour of In o'clock i a. in., on Thursday, the Huh day of' Dec., J!ii>8, where any and all jiersoiiH In-1 lori'sted mav jinnear an.I inako obiec- tlon thereto if deemed urooer | in' 1 !"' «ald, i>roi)OKod Road ur I'lilillc Hluliwiiv will iiiiHH over, throiiuh and; UDOii tlii.' Junds ol the Kern Count\ Land Cqmijunv. tlio Iowa Comii.inv. | Aniiiranth LJIIH! Comuanv and niukel- splol Brothers. ! Bv order o^ said Board of fsuiior- YlBors. H. A. JASTUO TEA Linger longer over it; let it be steaming: hot from the earthen pot; and the loveliest woman pour it. Your groctr returni TOUT montir II foo don't MM Schilling'* B«it; wa p«» him BALE EUCALYPTUS TREES 3,000,000, Leading- Varieties Annett'sBakery WE SERVE HOT DRINKS AT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN. COME IN WHEN YOU'RE UP TOWN AND TAKE A CUP OF HOT CHOCOLATE OR BULLION. THE BEST OF MATERIALS ARE USED IN OUR SERVICE. WE KNOW THAT VOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH A TRIAL. Kahler Savs: Compound Syrup Eucalyp- tus with Muriate of Ammonia is an absolute stifo, and a mighty haiuly preparation lo koop in (he houso. A valuable remedy for Colds, Bronchial Catarrh, Spasmodic. Croup and all diseases of tin- air passages. When «v- cry hotno. Ju Hakfrsfit-ld has n bottle of it on liHtid tlu-re will bo H groat deal loss pouching. Remember that w<i are headquarters for Guaranteed Rubber goods—At right prices. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I flit. DON'T PUT IT OFF UNTIL TOMORROW. FIX YOUR ROOF TODAY It' the cost worries you consult us. \\'v will iiL'J'eejilily surprise you. Au'ain you can do il so •liiiokly. MALTHOID ROOFING IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT. Comes in ro)K, c|iii<,'kly np- oosls so lillle. jilied, conies in any Avidth; Pioneer (Mercantile Co Phone Main 98.

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