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THE BAKERHFIEL Bakmfleld Kvery K\.-nin« but Sundays at Zl."k"i'.-iflel<). Kf!» County, California. City and County Official Papi;r Em- •!•••<] In I'.i-infiicp at. Baki'i'sli. ;d, Ca!., iis Ke,'i.||.l-i-!;i: s Mull Malt.T. Ii.' '"i>Nn ;ii»!iMi; .$." ;i Yefir in .V! i,-, n 0 ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Te'rphcnc . M.T.n '.it Monday, Nov. 16 DEAR TOM:To think of candy is to always want a box of Gruenhagen 1 s. At Meroney's. BILL ;i ,' ;i - :)!iine]'! i:lt lias liain- l!i. i ->i''K' ol' I!. • •''iici.-iK. HAS WORK 10 DO. TRULY SPOKEN. L B- Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in WinesJLiquors And Cigars fJHfcJEJBJ*X^,S'"" T"WKA>l-' r ''5» *«*"<'' \ . k't n> llfis if tills I'll •:. V.. !,'. !,,]•],i- ::i'"im ilireets i h" <-rc; > m of all e-ootl ; served in sample room, ,,.., < iv,» in v^i cui t;ww-.i j- ;>\i"-r^ /^• 1 i^\\T2^'.ia^.'rg^>^fr::'j'^''-\- Quotations and sarr. '<•$ sent on application £&£ 5^^i r -;;^^I^5Jt^^^ta^^r^ .; :'37 1C23 Nineteenth Street ----.,.;„ ,:.,.-.^\- ; :..": '" '_•? •/ '•.',./'^ife.^ -'^'~ r irnirriBinur ii null iilllillBilll J-Q B »t </ fH {»s n ! •',.,.,, i i 'vizirs sinec, iiiul iniiler IIMS) atis-i M.'.'I.^'MUI b'.euon'ii;'""" 1 * ';i>'"»>''^"""^ It looked tir-lv ,„•.,•.;,„!,«,.. I,:, theories i' 11 "'"!* 11 ""^ 1 ' <l><; valley emmt.es. 111,11 ,- i i enmities \vi1 i interest uloiittenl, H • n \vilil. luil h<' has stirred . . .. ill \vere <roiMLr I" -''' toyetlior a ml do. med for Tag Day Did you ever notice that •ixMiiiil IIHIITHS Is like that a rail? You go to adorn, , in lie and you give your : maid." —Yes. and tlirn you're tak- r.t.hU.in Transcript. things m tin ilinvtion. Id is a trrefit iidvncjite, ami there is DO dmilit that lie is earnest, hoii-| eat anil sincere. There is no doubt •wliittevcr that lie is patriotic., wants to push this country forward and has .striven to work for its honor ami glory, lie may have been mistaken us to the the means by which the country would profit, and the majority of the people have deciil-d that he was mistak- soine valuable work for this sec- December 5 will lie tag day and tlift j ition of the state.. Hut time dis- captains have been appointed, each closed that the orjjjani/ation was with power to mime their aides. The and territory each will cover are as follows: District One—Mrs. Walker Rankln. All that part of Bakersfleld lying west of Chester avenue and south of existing to little purpose. Fresno comity, which by reason of 'its greater population, should have taken the lead in active work for the vallev, was the first to discred-1 the , Santa £ e tracfcu. • ' . • i i T>la*rlni Tw/\ Mra it the organization by withdraw-1 ing its support, and of late years' the association has yiven but lit- •M. .niuhter," said Mrs. Newcash, ,,,.,,.;.; •.nines out tonight." ••({• .-. n-;inge?" fried Mrs. Hashi,. r s. does my husband. How lem: v> .- >our daughter In for, may I ;mk?" rii'veland Leader. Two—Mrs. J. E. en. lie may n< t liave Hie eharac-i teristics nw.'ssnrv for a safe 1'ros- .. ,. . , «vi(l.'ne.- ol HH Hu1 lallur(> to <1(l < ».v/« i.Ti i v,r> II'.,,, ,.-»,ii . ivfi (I .THI*T i I ,;,T , . , , fu LI ttt: IV H tulU IV itlent, and a majority of the pco- Irl tll( .' I 1ftst < lws " ot "trim thnt tli« to chester avenue . pie hnv«-.1»,M I.M.I tJui'l be does not j^oeiat.on may not make ,tself nu,.i« IP.»»_V COFFEE Good coffee is partly in b u y i n £ and partly in District Four—Mrs. H. Q. Stuart, i J ,. west of o street, between the Santa! making; like everything Pe tracks 'and Twenty-second street; of Chester avenue and south of the Santa Fe tracks. jjit t i iiii in , i/n i T» ii" mi u 11 ;iti r inn l i . • i i • i'*i II • i i i 1 he was not necessarv t» «how evils | h " lllhll « ot , tht ' v "'! l?y , '" ?'"' tu ; that exists, to stir'up the public' U " v - ' ht> «•'»"»»'•. H.dnstries ami conscience, to l>rin<> ( , ut , 1( . w i'"lcre.stso| the several counties^ things worth considering if not I 11 '" 1 <",'><" '!»' '''I'J'^:,'' 1 ,''''I !"\ lr ^. District Five—Mrs. H. R. Peacock. else. Between Chester avenue and F street ] Yriir iroctr returns jourmonty II »• doat and the Santa Fe tracks and Twenty-; ItttScb.iiin.'.BeH: »e P.Vbim. second street. ! ***•— District Six—Mrs. F. W. Robinson. | rnliri.n.inn want ads.; three days, 25c l /;iWo9t to F street, north of Santa Fo • - OT|CE " INVIT , N( f B , DS > OR FUR"""'" NISHING FUEL OIL TO THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES FOR ITS CEMENT PLANT AT AQUEDUCT. KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. j • , • I 1/lHLlirt l'4l£IIL .Ylir*. >v. I-*. LJiMnt. orators the natiog has even seen,' 1 .)' '" th ." I"'»H'» «'« H»- valley, am NorUl of Twenty-seeond street and , N.--I.;.- i^^'^ork^o" .h'e^ltvol one of th,. best advocates of tl.Ji th " n ' VIVil1 "' 1 . 1 !. 1 ' "^"•'"«'"» wll) w ^ "'. ch ^ ter ^ cmil l. • . „ ! I"- \nM^ will .receiv^ i!l§8 C at so similar, that what will tend to) District Seven—Mrs. E. P. Davis.. worth adopting, nriil to in vnnee ,' "", ' """ l ' • North of Tweiitv-ser-ond street tie the general eitixen.ship of the ,,a-! lll> »'vanee.nent n one connnmn- ,No.th "^J^^^^f,.^^ lion? One of the most complete j - v vvl! ni . u1 ' 1 ' < ' m ;. tl ' >' u1 ' ""l"^' 1 ; | District Right-Mrs. W. U Dixon causes he represented, Mr. Jirvan' 1 "' wi.|<-r.ini'jl. if it show by its has undoubtedly done a (.'.-eat ser-1 worlMlint there ,s reason tor its vice in breaking up fossilised ideas | OXIS ''"'''• and introdiici/jy and making! prominent new ideas, some of! which since he first uttered them j The sheriff Is rljjlit when be says have been adopted with success in I hls omrl> ls VOI '- V |||IH - V "'• Present. At llH' iiepubliean administration of ]™?» «°>™ KW ?± l " nl ,Z. n J THE STILLETTO AGAIN. ,, ., ., -iii Uoosevelt. \ cry jiussibly they ))laints were filed with Justice Ulack ll)is w ,,,. ki lnos , of w i,i € |, w ,. nt )0 the ini^ht have been delayed for years I sheriff for service ami he was coin- had not .Mr. Brya'n advocated j i»dled to seatl several of his men out th or District Nine—Mrs, Jnmes Curran.'!i>,To!.' "the 'hoii'r'of' 2"b''crock"a in. of . . Fri');r.. Noveiiibef ^d. 1908. for the 1 t'lirnishinu' of tuel oil for use at the Kern soutb of the S. P. tracks. District Ten—Mrs. O. R. Thnyer. , ^;'i ( '|" (: iiV~s Ceriien't Kern east of Baker street and north ' Kem Conniv.' California". " ~ ~ """ nf tho s p trneus ! T!I.' <>H I" ^ ttirnished shall be In •ri ? • ; '^!""•""'-., « . 1.1 ! strin mnlormilv with snecifications District Rleven—Mrs. HntchinRS. t >-,.,-, i,,i• ,, n tile in the office of the said oanl i he said specifications being Kern west of Baker street and north , of the S. p. tracks. District Twelve—Mrs. Kern River oil fields. , f>ii. Comes of the. same nil] lie furnished intending bid'' o rs Kennedy, \ninn nmdirntion to the Bureau of th I.us Armeies Aoneduct. Room 110 i Ce(iii-;il liiilldintr. Citv of Lo.s Anceles. Hiils must be forwarded to the said Hoard, room IS. Cif Hall. Citv of Los ' Ani:'' ! i's and be received bv the .SHid _, .. ., ,. .,,, „ . i Hoard before the hour named. All bids The formation of a "Kern County | niusi he on forms which will.be fur- GETTING NAMES TO ANTI-OTIS CLUB.' -- - - • - -,-•--. ...,,--.,, i-v,f- -,.- . _ ... ., -,-... •^••'•'•••^Illll^l (M- nil ll_MIlin ntllV.Il 1>III l»V- l«i- them before the people. It is vervl!" l]w dty f()V tliiys il1 !1 " nlfl -- Ml "'»- Anti-Otis Chib" was commenced in .nisi,, - ; i bv the A f m ed.i et a* h » f {>r<>»»M. ,1 , ... . . * I III!' Duller. i nnknmflnlil tnilnv liw ln« Mir-l/o,. onrt 1 ' 1 "'' '•''' "UCCesStlll Dinner hnall Wltllln possihle that some of the tlnii"H I „ ,. , " I0lla y "> •'; >e »iacKe> ann , ,,,„ , 1; n S . ltlf . r ,)„, contract has been he has advocated m ibis h.st cam- 1 '"'" M»»** "' ^'pervisors ('or- • ?. Majkrt a cornm U^ Appointed ,;,»,,,,,., ,o ^^^^ u ^^. I..ULM, ,„„>•.». a,io,,,,,i bv ,i,e „,,.!«;;»;'"'';';',:;:;; t ±,,;:,;;;;;;; ^X ^T! l 'v^?t^„l?fc/««^^« o o n f ministration of Mr. Taft before it ;""' deleat ol (lies, • t\\o gentlemen |,ists are beln K circulated around | ;h v contract, ., .,,„,, i . i M ,!n ilii- iiartv naner. and who make town frwlnv )i<«irinir iho fn.iir,u.inir . Midiverv ot said oil shall be f. o. b. HO!EL BRULE STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. $1 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkln SAN FRANCISCO Headquarters lor Bakersflel people. PAYNE ,& SON Funeral Directors Embalmerg AMBULAGNE Phone Ancwered Day or Night GOLDEN WEST HOTEL oo THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect. 350 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. * E. H. LOVELAND * T ' ' '" V * Wholesale Produce Merchant 4> f* Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, <f * Eggs, and all farm products. * ft***************** . I no hesitancv in saving so. mav heading: IV ' . ' .. .'.. , ' . i "XX-j, own today, bearing the fo-llowine <,, n^'atThe'ninroa l.r.vi.n.s worlc ol ..,,ti..alioi. is ' „.„,„.,. S11I||) ; ,.,„„,•„,., Y,,,,,, t |,,. ,-.„:, j "\\V. i!,e undersized, here maml'^t < \erv dav in niir politii-al ' ,, , ,i ,i ,1 i ivfirec to hecome members of tj hixinrv It was Mi, .d.-pV,,,,, bv 1 "'" ll "' 1 '" ', th "'' S ' T" 1 ' "' K"»' ^''»"'.v A""-Otl R Club, a, i,, I ,, , ,' . • ''!MII!:- on III" paper, win. are re- ,,|,.,i K ,, «,,irselves lo Rive no stinpf: ' '' ."''.' " ! . l! '" s " ''"''•' ;'::••'• M- -,;il!l<- kind nf treat- to Hie Ix>s Angles Times. or a, . IMiverv of said oil shall be f. o. h. is ai i IIP railroad uolut nearest the 'Hitnictnr's w<-lls or slorsiue tanks. ( Tin? Board of Public Works reserve.- he riulit to rei"f( an\ ami al| I'iils , Hv oivli'i 1 of the Board of I'nliHc] triin ixfr,'lf!..;L ...'l;,. 1 ' .;,- ",.,y )„• ,,,,), ei'i'lam t hiii ' i, .':••.i;.:i '.:• \- ...i ilelit v,i! IP,: i; : !.. l'-,i\v i'i--i' ; l"i tiiMI l'1'..p; ' ! . .•:.->.,.,--,. ' TI •In 11"! >.. i • ' M •• •''••... i i . ,r i •••, ident. ' ; 'ii,.- • . i . . .,.,:. Ti.,. ill! iv.. ^^ .'I. i, ..'... ;,, t,.,,|-,. , .. [H'rs- |..' .. ii' ,- ...... ' . , Ntl'otl : . '••'.'.• ,• . • . I ' eO||-.|,||l- ...'•. • ..: |.,. ... eleel inn v,• . i • • . . , , . (list res ; I !• • . • ; , , . , , liim. lint • • . : • . ,. ;ind .Mr. !'..•• '. ,, ,• . ... tllonyll (!•,->• I ••..•:, •••...., ;-, tu himself' ,,M.' ' '• '. • , '<• been in \ .1 i". POSITION HOT PLEASANT. 'I'll' 1 |'"s'i :. • • : h:i t l.,.r! M' .. iort. tiii'l ul' treat-[to 'be lx>s Angeles Times, or any jollier f»!ilei-|>rlse with whleh II. 0. | Oils Is connected." arid Works of the Ciiv of l,os Ant'eb-s. (1OHACE H. FKKK1W. Secret a rv. ;• r.-j '.• v,i ph i|lin!i-.l ;i!itivi- I _-,_ -.la'' al ConMalile N.-v,'e|l. j CUBAN ELECTION LOOKS i!;'* l.iui'iil r\.-..-|ti\'e arm i LIKE LIBERAL ?UCCESS. •' [ ROAD NOTICE. i OCin. of flu. Clei'l, of (lie Hn.'ii'.! off 11 fjiiih'i". isr.iv. K"r:i f'l'iiit v. (' • !i''o:Mlia. Ml'!, as Hi" shel'ilV H\VANA. Nov. I! T-. !; (ion d:i.v. ainl tin- thii -1 ci.rii, ,i:v-|,l. :..... ;., ,!; . '•'• ••.•• , \ i.:i!i'ir. T).. .4. .. 4. NOT'CE. I. 0. O. F KI-I n l.uiK',. N,, :<• i'l !" i"«- v .11 I; in :;,.. - Iliill-eOhr-entilli; owllevs Dl tho Hli'iic'' 'tese|-ili<"l lumls f;il.;c i.'i'.'<•: ',' 1.1; : :• • .•c.Kn'i n; • • ,. vie, c-rs on Mi-iijiosi''! Coinnv "-id NII. JTi. 'e\\i;si (-.nil,'! n] -rriina liiui ill. Tir.vii- s !,,• i i:i"t< -' Ti" i ;' .-daih f.r ]. .••, .• '1'v.i'ir-. - i". •-:. i:.'Ti K';isi : iheiic.' S.' 'it h •iloim Mel :'." ;.-cr on each sldi- of line bei". ei -,i ,;. .••'., M> ! i!;l I .',. -. ;>r I ',> "vn :':l".:-. ' '.". ••• '. .-si ;i[(.!|.; -ind '.',' '. t", l"\ !•'<• 'I -i'!.- i ' li".. |,(.|\\-i... ') s.-ei!n!|.'. - an '• ;..'>.•• ...; !• ;•. Cn'ir,: v :i" i ! •>o. 'j' . :.-; .1.,-ii . :' iv ' . i;. ' .•• I IV.n. t'",, -iij.! !•,. :•• I i.i 1 s men ism v ;••( i tlil'l'.' l'l"'!ll> ill '',;.• ( ' i ;| I) I i- t 'nill't I lollriH ! in f'e Ciiv nl H;.l;i i -iii'! 1 K.-rn Ciiiin- '• •-• (••.,,l-l',,;.|,i . , ,|,,. i, .-,,. p.' t,, f,',.!,,,.| ; j ;'. m.. on T'.i,n.-:.i:iy. Mn, Mill ,|., ny ,'ii'l ,'\\ IIITSOIIS in"M .Hid ina'.,i' o',.i,.c- H. C. HARNESS With J. W. BrocKrr.an Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Oaltes Block Phone Main 232 Bakersfleld, Cal PASQUINI BROTHERS . If you are not satisfied with the groceries you have had for the last month give 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. GENTLE HORSES. We always have on' hand safe and gentle horses 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 ijood running order all the time. W. T. BATLIPF Cor 21st and ( 8ts Tel. Main 83 HTAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DO'VJS, •llVn 1. W II the press 11,../ J)oo1lil::j' 1 l''i '• one .!' iiie p body real;.-.paper thr,"i>'' not to apprn 1 . eeutor, and ,-i tlay liy da\- ' in which hf • III MllllL'i. Mivilr.vi--i -'I'lj. r-| ',, '"• llll'.f ill ^ I Hi.-I! :l!|,l ,( •: -'< u'li I i!f . i i i i: t : i u", 'j r., '.I' $''.:>IM. Ill: n ,,..!•,• . linn ii,.,s,- i *>V. H. Spake a" ' -vi'i. i,, s. M ' ', I, ;^ lll|( . , i, ||f , : Muri'lHon, $."11111; nm Uiwest iinaiter of , " ••-irilnvest. 'qiiarli r M'iii<m :M, "1-2-t.' inlluve.'it fjiiiivtcT of iini'iliwi'si i|i];ir- !'.'.v •• iri.-il ; ' r si -'I<,|i :',!. :'." -.'s. 1,,(, 7 s ;md !', ' ' •l^-'l'iilit l!||. \\,;|-L li!' x eli Hi, Ul-'IVv ilMitinli. K. r|\. . ,i- . t|...-;n:,.||. The 1 K - ''• "cells ,«, A. [.; i i,, ; , ,..<;, ,i.l, 1 ' '• ' f.timi C'ljniii.ii' 1 .. ' ..•• li:w;r "' mi. ,'.-.,'-. '" • "'• ; ' 7 •,, :1 ;;. 1 -'i.'l. i :;..!- 1 l !! r '-• ;iv : ' ;! '• ••''"•' ' : DELANO NINE H.ZR-". U. .1 \V ('• •+ *•<* \ rn pi f, / r;..F. . B.' oi'd'v .'I >,:ii'l ; i";!"'I ul -"M'-I v 'iC mi'lliDils ..I' ;i- ^-af! (H'oMM-uti,,,, : JI " ; l(l1 7 ' hl '"' l; "'•"•. '•••'''••'- n-i-i. Kii'.li"iy Id ;,',•. liiiuliln'i \vall ;•'>;•:. j Hui'im N'iKfn l.ar.d and linvi'lo]'. '>''i'ii I'm deiai::,•: ;tnem f'onnianv tu .lali'Ui di- Li-rauna, .Mrs KasH.nv ( Th" nuiiil jn.^i i White's Elecifi Carpet Cleaner entire "scheme'..I' munii-ipal l,Hi-r-i h " lf » r ^'"ibwesi " (1 ,iai'i'er "secMon'a"'. "^ (it ^ ^'; •' " : . , ' 7o Take U P' clean and Rela y = meiit in San Fratieis,,,. j '"^ „ , Jr|ity |o .^^^ ^^ ,c^ln. i^^ ,','.., "„?" ^'^i , »"Ss '! '.''.'. • '.'.''.'.'.'.'.'..'.'. fc^lr Jt IS true the/i al ot thai pnrium ' $KI ; ime-hulr ini.'i'.-sl Ueiia H inlin''•' lll: ".' tl ' 1 ' Sl ' rli|in " ' -'". Axmlnster, Mcuiiiei and Vel- of the press iliai has iriveii i^np-i.\malie district. 'i ^ v -^ ''li;iin ii- I 1 . \. M, i port to the piMM-.Mltion hits iml I William S. liownini; ID I.incdn i ;l "' ' ' : '; v;,!,i\/ . ,.-,;,;.., always iM.e.Mi.ii.iiiuiMitiy,i,,,,.,,,!. [;;-''';;; ; v,"i Rs " ull " >:isl ' 11I!ir " lr - - i Z'iil"-!., I ;, IIII ; M :;: ! , :! > ,,^:'- .1 and has d<ni<- ;'-. vi 1;( , v ,„ '|,,. ,|, s ,,,., (l y ( ; | - (o ,, ( , ( , nu(r . o $)( , i, :i c,v^,. Mi,,,, c,, m;i; ...... credit ill},' pi >—. !> it e\,--i jniir '\,,i* r, and 2(1, him U '/.. UaK'T llor.:-'-i S| |l ' i;U( ' :i . $1": !-a i':..-.:•• liave UN! .•.'.. •• \ themseh'i-, ,i tl but riirht inii'.ied seen in thai :m > •-••;isi' !ur nn.'vji- resentation ai;<i viHiiicaiim; that ' j 1 ,,',^' appear to liny- bcc'i (! par! n|' aj n. M. Muttersb:iii«b, Jr.. m lien .'i ar. ye\' n;i' i his \v; y !.'• ullicc." :•. > mi idio* 1 ! - table I'nr steadfast in i.pie, • $ln; all si'riidii \>'}, ii..\,. nut! P»vid M aiul N'ma K, UIM-U to \V , I! Holt. $10; ill! i,,,,.|vs| Hidden 1 "'' 1 «l<laKt.--l'ii, 1, 'Pvi'.'i-iiirc mine. :', m'les west of Rosa- .... ectKni r,. L 1 :, -,;>, S. M. Mnrrisnti ;,n I. f,,),,, i,, R. !.« .i : .1'ivdit ihejWllite, $111; one-bnlf ' Interest east - 1 - lj"*l ;tl ". GROCERIES & LIQUORS 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. fO NEW YORK THROUGH Orange Groves of South era California; Cotton Fields of Texa* *' iaua. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checking account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you flp<) if a pr^nt aid ir, nrmuciai affairs. If you have not already such nn account with us we shall bo pleased tn havf yen one and tost it fo»- yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Strega. a i ;.^t ),:,if ,,r To cle ill or lay • : ' -'"-' , v ":'v ; ;;^ r.'-.v'e"i.... Hie course of ut'in-." n.a| . whieli ! " '' 'In-m-s ami v.iiV m knowinir inii w-n • , .,.•.,! for u i;^,," ;i1 ;',. $ !"i,';:','." l v;;;' Ii ; l "7 l : i ,, , • • , i i i <lsl ' ' ' I h'li.'^ |H1 H. liaUriMii :u, IhorOll 1 .'!) ljnill)el|iM ll'M:-ei.|.'all-, Wl .<l ;-n : ,,|, soiHb !:.".! :'eet, east M jllfi;, have .Vet solis;!:; tu pl.-ier ev-lfeel, nor• !> Ii; 1 fi.et. ery obstacle in tin- >vav. iiv dailvl fv K - "" Vl 'i' 'o ''"•> Sebamblln, iiltaeks upon.tlu- pruseem'i,,.,. it's! ? " T ' : . "";''' a ,'" !( " : ' ''/"^.'V' , K " r " ". , ,.• , , i Ulxi'll I I'liieherlv mi.I will- to I, (' iixitivesaiul ultimate ends.. , lna r s nunn. $1; "i.Ts: acn- s |,, : There was and is a uTeai work : east bait 1 si-cMn', 11, •.: i .i-27. t<» perform in <'alifornia's met nip. • i'i" iiic iin»r< '.•-mein Cnmpav.v M.( (ills'. That it llll.S Jiot prn:.'lv-.sed us rapidly an '•',>' people h"|>id for lias been disai'po:!!;::!.^, u:tu i!i;ii:y I Sni'imi' .!lsi|-b-t, 11 I'll'iMl Cenirti'iy \:<•• 'lU!-. i. $1 ; all '!•' . i 'i-oss »e:nas, IMC*! > '!'o I iy ne'.v !>: in' 1. . ,n ... Ml' •! lOc per yd ! Sc per yd ''cpsry:! ^c p»"yd I 6: per ydj 50o! 25c' : p?r 5;, yd i per sc| yd P o r; s A T, F: EUCALYVTL'S TP .-;,'; of the cniok • . ::•; t.u-ns i>f \ lie proK(M'iil i'lii luive !!•>' ir.et with popular upprovul, ';i:J e/o.n so. the very prow* that Iut8 boon most critical, has contributed its s to 3,000,000, Loadij;/: V;.rMies 'n-al\ (ilifs Land an. 1 , limhi'-r H-aiiy. l.d'.v.ifi I < '. f • • ', Pr.-s. .lohn Can.idiiy, $biii;«iui .(. iiku u 71. • \\' >; Thaieli' 1 : 1 ; •' '•': -',, Ki" n. .'orri'd Inn i|c; il. Kv!,. A iiritin and wlfi. (•> 11. R Silif. *:'Mii : lots L' and '.'.. Mock !(.'•:• PAINT YOUR HOUSE Rcisaiiieinl. '<••., House iiiilntii,^ is iiiv :|iocl:i!tv. S. I'. II. Mi.ff<> iind wife td S. p. !).;•:• I use nothing but the best inati'- Morse Hi'Tehipnient Coin\)nny, $10 ' •'.• rials, guaruntee my \vnrl; and • and olln-r vnlnii!)le considerations; I '•• uhai'Ke reasunablti prlcns. I . all seclion 1, \l~>-2~i, northwest quar-1 ••• I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor tcr, west G2 rods northeast quarter * 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 To hH old lino)'••!!•> •;-,) lay IP--v nil.r. I lino- i.-iini 10c per t-q yd •,:,i lay old inl'ii'l linoleiun 12c per sq yd I sr'.l rai'i»'ls niH iin"!"'ini by sain- .;.>. I.ei mi i.ii:i' i:iy (-aiirt'li's t;i jour ","me and y<"i e:::; .-•••(.' iio\v '\n-y «i)l ...k on t!' 1 ' il...ir. I will allow i !" ;.i'i- ei nr c,i~'i i!i.-- n:ri* on n'l Carpet Work If p lid ii.i- :..i'.iia!e1y en com 1 '! 1 lion nf work. , Roy White The Man that Buys and Sells Anything that Don't Eat. 1730 Chester Ave. Phone Main 423 FOUR AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED •TEAMER8 ASK ANY AGENT •:• * •:• •:• * .> * .j. * * .<• * .5, , CHESTER AVENUE * ! i NURSERY * !• ALBERT WEtOALL, Prop. •> <• First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, * f* Shrubbs, Hosed, Cut Klowers, Fl<v- •> I* ul Designs. Orders promptly fll)<sd •* *• Corner Sixth St. arrd Chester A'-o. •> !• 'Ph«ne, Main 745 * •f. v * * *$$$>$ BExfe? * >:< * Are Agents for THE ALBANY NURSERIES If you need anything iu the. nursery line .'oe them at their • ranch opposite Producers' Refinery on Beardsley ennui. Write them Rural No. 1, Box S. Or call them up, Riaek 511. OLD XXLXABLE Painters 8NYDER & JACKSON Paintine- in all branches. Interior Decorations a-Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall 8t •akertfUld, Cal.

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