The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 14, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1008. the BakmfKfd 1 Rvery Kviilni? hut Sundays at tl-'l-.ersflcl.l. Iv-ni County, Callfornl:'. City and County -r Bill.Ted III I'nstnlfic, CM!., US ,~' rnnil ( !;i Official Paper • nt. B;i1«'rsfi- I'l, •s Mull Malt.'i month: ,?r, a Y<>;ir in Ad\.i ALFRED HARRELL, Telephone Editor and Prop. Main U BUV AT HOME. i 111 I nil ••" the Ills! ' ubiipiil i LI Jostles ||. M'liii-h tin Well a- Ih fltilinall v dollar^.' ' ers Saturday, Nov. 14 DEAR TOM:When angry smile-- wneri very anrry suille harder. when you wint to more than delight ycnr swoethe^rt take her a box of iruen- hagen's candy from Meroney's. BILL ,|,|i U \VI an it \\ i lllc'lll still I'ilsliTM I'ilies til d' l!a!«'i'<.;f>eld. as hf)' I'liinnmnities i •"iitrilMite thousands of TH all who iti'i' seanninu' these iillni'iiiu r advertisements with a view In inakiiij,' purchases fnmi them, tin- California!! would say "Don't." I'atninixi' you; 1 local inerehant.H. Yon will find their stock amply hirjre to enable you to make proper selection, and the prices moderate. Our stores are really ahead of the business demands of the community, and our merchants, each one a factor in the city's business life, are entitled to the trade Ol' the people. The dollar that iroes out of town by express or post office money order is a dollar that never returns to the channels of local trade. It is your loss as well as the loss of every business interest. Let us all make a resolu tiim 1o do our Christinas shopping nt home with our own pepole. It will pay pay the purchaser as Well as the man from whom the purchase is nuide. '' •!• ^idesnieii, So jii'l imis ad- vei'iisiii'_r lint only lirn •_'••; etisto- ni'-fs. but expedites bii-'iirss and saves time and expense to the U'iiiiesnifn. "Now is the lime to advertise. It pays always, but doubly pays dnrinsr the holiday season when all the world and his wife are shopping and everybody is in n hurry. v\t such times the skillful advertiser makes business for himself and saves money to his customers, who are enabled by a study of advertisements to ascertain just where to «j<> for their holiday purchases and to accurately apportion the amount they desire to spend." J. B* Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone I'-Tai". 237 1623 Nineteenth Street Tn the case of tin; murder of Senator Ciirmnck, let us hope tlint the Tennessee authorities will show that shooting n newspaper iiniii is Tiot a pastime that can be enjoyed so indiscriminately !is to become popular. From a Ionic distance view, the killing of Cai mack was about as foul a mnrdo as has been committed for num\ a day, and we tnisl the Tenncssei courts will so deeliil-e find ,-lfiix till pi'eseribi'd penally. NO NEED OF IT. Tliere are idle men in Biiker.s- fit'ld, and there are farmers and .others who complain that they cannot secure the services of men to do their work. A prominent rancher yesterday was unable toj obtain help to aid him in irriifat- ' in;.', and at the very time he was c'orn plaining, there were !\vo or three do/en men loiinL'ini; around the saloons on Kast T.Hh strei'1. The conclusion to be drawn is that wince there is work '• idlers are not lookinu I this is important 1 fact that just now • Community are ininn For nia ny mi >n I h -.. fully a year. l',;i|;. sinu'ldarly I'rei' IV bnrL r laries. The •• told that there v of th.- da mil lln'v within tiii Week-- j We ha\i a!iii' i';i 111 I'l 'III- ers ai-i' Who is the man who said the "Outlook." which has employed ('resident Uoosevelt to be "coli- trihutint,' editor" at L'.'i.OOl) plunks per annum is owned by Standard Oil interests. We bet that Mr. 'Koosevell will U'et out his club- roll atrain. also his club. TJie Californlan want ads pny. JESSIE MOORE WHISKEY is the \yhMcey '.'on a I \vays «'a;it in iiuy iiii' home ii.-e. a ini t he one NUN should alwavs i-all lor at I he ha'r. 1 lesl k'lloWII ;:n eee- the world r its [iitri- n 1 i I • • \ • • I--, to inii: inoviii:.' 1 •". Tile 1 loin there idle, is lint ]i Thr in ni'i! for w is Mil Jm .ins. men! . should ily aii' ily. t ii< '••• i.s a way , Veil i h: . .'lecom III'. 1 .SiMi''e iir a pub! !•• in Tin ulle man w'.< ! here i., 1C i \\ c>H.; !'• i to be pitied. T'II-I Diercy shown llii- .. SO fl'olll rlioiee. \\ liim and will not !, , us fivt busy and ^«" idle in some other <•• this. Fred Gunther Co. Tr.id clicited '!••:- JCT>S 151R h >r iitl.ichetl. Main 99. WHITE SLAVES. OR THE POWER OF THE GOSPEL IN THE SLUMS. Rev.. Sfth ('. Ili*'*, who is conduct ing «'Viini;elisiic s.i'i'vices in the Armory hall, will iirojicli at 2:30 Sunday al'teniium on "The Power of the Gospel In the Slums." t He lias founded ten rescue homes for unfortunate girls and has had many years' experience In slum and rescue work. He will also exhibit several hundred photographs of girls and women who have been rescued from a lire of sin. All are Invited. . COFFEE Five ilcgrees of excellence: * good; ** better; ***fine; **** finer; ***** finest: all Schilling's Best. Your grocer rtlurnt your money II you don'l like It; we p»» him i' any am! all iiersoiiH In- mav until'.'!!' .mil make oh lee«,;<• it i!i i-nii'il Drouer. .lid nrounsi'il Komi or Piihllc will miss over, thrnimh mid '• lands dt the Kern Countv ''itniiiinv. the lown ('orni)Hnv. h Liunl C'oinnaiiv and Dinkcl- nthlTS. 'ler nt' said Hoard of Suucr- H. A. JASTH6. t'hairniiui of said Board. I. I.. Miller. Clerk. ]l-i;; HO!EL BRULE STRICTLY PIRST-CUA83. $1 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkln SAN FRANCISCO Headquarters for Bakersflel people. PAYNE [& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULAGNE Phone Anrfwered Day or Night GOLDEN WEST HOTEL o* THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop, New building. Modern In every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OP THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. DON'T PUT THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE Hut now when the weatber is dry prepare for the wet season and \n-\ your harness repaired, oiled and put in tirst class order. All kituN of repairim,'. lijjht and heavy harness and carriage trim- niinir done jiroperly and at reasonable prices at the PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS. BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE UniXLIIOI IL.LU IOBT. 0. BARTON. Marker E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, Eggs, and all farm products. ""• ' • ' ^^^^^••^••••••^•••••••^•••••••MMlWH^BlMlMVi 'Tuesday, November 24th ie Play You've Been Eagerly Awaiting! • t ¥ S ' " illl IS ,1 !"• ii',' u who is iint ni'i'd !. ^1, !''! !.' id!"i'> ".'' N' i han A NEWSPAPER THOUGHT. The Oakland sibly says of h '' Tribnui' vi'i-y si-n liilay advi'1'tisin'.r share "i M\i' holi 'uliii' to thus' 1 wlli st,upper.- mil 'i s whieli hav< Eieciric Carpet Cleaner To Toke Up, Clean and Relay: day trade will <• advertise I'or it urn Ily seek the ^fm- made known in ad' [rains they hav-- n busy time people h: «wl b'HN inelinatioi '• tile articles they d- oliase, and to inqnir. wha! they have t" prices they c'lar'je. i-id to liolida\ V. I'TC ! Ili'V < v.-.Mi* 1o buy staK ;i!_r out t !'• !• "''!•' 1 isent^'llts dVlM' .1 'id .e.. • where th" art i -i* • - 'i purchase e;\!l I'M' ':: • ' !!.•,< of artii-.lcs a'nl i'l'i I |i"\ iiinnire I'or wha'. M'lien they reach tiie /stores. tin is na\e time and t rouble 8c per yd 9c per yd !0c per yd 8c per yd Sc per yd 5c per yd Re per yd 5Qc 25c HE Clansman has been witnessed by more than 4,000,000 Theatregoers 75 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE GEORGE H. BRENNAN .PRESENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST THEATRICAL TRIUMPH PASQUINI BROTHERS If you are not satisfied with the groceries you have had for the last month <;ive us a fair trial and be convinced that we carry the best goods found anywhere. Open up an account with us. A few words about our liquors. "We carry all standard brands of wines and whiskies, H. 0. HARNESS With J. W. Brocxman Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 Bakeratteld, Cal GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle torses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spai. about our stables, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in i good running order all the time. ! W. T. RATLIPF I Cor 21st and \ Sts Tel. Main 88 '.:•;(' '<! \\"ii>, i In ha'id rv want nud for Ii themselves and worry and work Roy White The Man tint Buys ,in:1 Scills Anything that DcrV, Eat. 1730 Chester Ave. Phone Main 423 TWO Carloads of Scenery ariid Effe<5,5, a .". d Troop of Cavalry Horses Dramatized by THOMAS DIXON, From His two fa- mows novels, "TR Clansman" <E> "TF» Leopard's Spot^s" ORIGINAL New York Produdion On Sole SATURDAY NOV. 24th. GROCERIES & LIQUORS 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. 10 NEW YORK THROUGH Orange Groves of Southern California; Cotton Fields of Texa* a FOUfl AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED STEAMERS ASW ANV AGENT Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checKing account with ihe first National Bank has *io many advantages that you will find it a great aid in y;>ur financial affaira. If you have not ....... cuch an account with us wo shall be pleased to have you open one and test it fo«- yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, t- ShnibbB, Roses, Cm Flowers, Flcv- <• a! Designs. Orders promptly fillod Corner Sixth St. and Chester A>-«. 'Ph»ne, Main 745 'SWEET BEOS. ' ' Are Agents for 'HE ALBANY NURSERIES It you need anything in tlio nursery line .-ee them at their ranch opposite! Producers' Kefin- cry oa Deardsley oiinnl. \Vrilo them Ilunil No. 1, Hox S. Or call them un, Black Ml. OLD WELUBLE Painters 8NYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1138" 1527 Wall 8t •*kenfl«ld, Cal. S

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