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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. Che Bakmficid Tuesday, Nov. 17 Jpsu*»l Hvt-ry Kv*;ninK but Sundays at ,"K"rs!i..M, K«-rn County, Onllfornin. R Bi T i City and County , r ^3 .ft: *fc in ri!l t .is CO <•.•!/--;< month; $5 a Year In ArTvanTT- offidai Paper The only way to secure friends A^ to be at Bnker^rlclfl, Man Mattpr. And the surest way to please your ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. one-- • 'sweetheart 1 ' is to elephone ................ Main " 31 ' take her a box erges & Compan ^™*j*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _ ^^^^^^T__ . F Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars • i ai ^ ••! in - - - - * .. .. m _ m ^ mim ^••••••n^i^^ [••^•^^••^ .IGruenhagen 1 s car. )y •JTKSIMY. NMVKMHKI; 17. urn* WORTH READING. bought at Meroney's- h ILL The cream of all goods - :rved in sample room Quotations and samp!' s sent on application nn. \;jiiun;il Prosperity down from th«; niountaiiiH, :'.n UM>. It nnnomtcesi) 1 *'* 1 tfreat expansion will no Photic Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street r . • ' -••••'T^l| ^J ^ I'll - - -^ -''•>«• «r^, |I thnt its \vni-l-; is limshnl now it ^ ^''"in.l^vait-r, pumpo.l wii haviiiL' l.r..!,..hr In.-' -'- 'Hcity, also brought, down fr I * * It 1 ' 'J n!jl /<) '•lit i»i;if|e president is full ,,!' inirn-st. its u 'i' tilings flu* wii om tin- mountains. What moans this rush fo water-power Hit.-s in tho mountains and tho of Gould nii.I I In IT). Successful Openin ofSt "Th "*' the Xutionnl man an<l Hnntington—all won by Mar- nman—for the control of thorn ° It i means that the long-sighted im-n of America aee in its wuter-powor the' successor and the supplement to the The first nim.t of the St Franrln-of coal-rnaUe civilization of the *rancm,ot Francis Bazaar Last Night .-nly Assoi'i;itinn is finished rocent bazar proved to b*> an Immense sue most important of mountain things. Our raw material IH U-MS the visit to I?ouscv»'lt, which resulted in his not sending any more mossngos to iny aiivthinir that, * f ~* mountain material. We have mountains of Iron, awaiting only the de- . M•s. I'ii'i.' r;i!'''.- tll* 1 hl:i with The feature of tho evening was the Indlan drj11 a band of squawR shops on the 1 Haskln and ,. Moore read palms and' here. On the other side i arc the refreshment par- Mesaarr.es D. Castro, Butt Kiau--r in charge; an art booth, h MT>. f'aul Corti, Mrs. Charles a:;. Mr«. Keyes and Mrs. Geo- Flniirnoy with u floral booth display of San Emid- had tin- appranmct* of attack upon railrojids or Jaw forponitiii ;'Prrh;ips flu thintr is ih«. < other IMIItI — •—• ^— — »™ —^ 14 • ^ m • irf » (9 - * *^ • « ^* ^^ 4 BV^^ ^BfeV FT f T IT I \ * * ** * »»-••»*••* -*^ — ~ j- v — — velonment of electroyiUc smeltVncTo' Qn<1 P a PO<> s ^ s . under .direction of Mrs.: io fhry; -;nn Jifmmns, under direction utilize thorn. We have copper and >lames McGulre. Some excellent buck-j of Mrs. \V. Nfwhouse and Mrs. Peter probably other common metals' and sl< * n costumes wore worn by some of jO'Hnrr: n <:oH booth and Japanese w« hnvp nil tho rn».« mA * n i n *Wi the participants, and \vlth the make- parlors. r-Midtirted by Misses Rachel ,, B «.. ,,„„ 1Iut!aL l 'P all looked like dusky daughters coniferous forests in the world the I of tne aborigines. Mrs. Chris Hel ^1 t ^ f ^B ^M V h v H ^ft ^ft an »^ e hnve n11 lhe r are metals. We have, 01 Callfornia Oregon, the finest ,.,„„, 1*1 » 111, TV U I 1M i till-*! only groat ones loft to the world. Wei hlin ^ and Man.i" Hewitt; while the fish pond. of fortune and other n t • - - — — -important j hnve Kranlte enough to build ail thej oredlt ls <Itie hor In Connection with i KIT. •' cities In tho world, and coment-mak- tne presentation. . ccivi • _ _ ^ ^ i •—u « & l— - -^ — r the piano and much 1 paim-A «t thanr-e, with Mrs. George sen- tn\v;ml railroads and Inn/n i'^ matt ' r ^ to supply all the other I Those who took part in the drill 1 uu « l - cities. And, last of all, we » in l Rak( and m ih.- s.,utliwest. \Muck water to drink. Our t as follows: Vocalists, Misses; Ktmiions, Ada Campbell, Helen' rs UN; UeiNiiirui.:,,^ } 1;1V( , ((n j t ta jj c _ . J»'> ( l a very healthy state of mind jir.-viiils t«.\ Vi inl thoso indns- ijun. wur great commercial' r^uun i-jniinons, Atia uampoeu, always bo on the coast, but. .Ball. Marie Lowe, Mrs. Edw. ^ — - — »• - -- • — * H - • ^ ' »_^ f ( B.^ q,f "l(*. f » —————— -^- • »-- - r • ^~^« r»" ™ »i^ •*.» • T • -m ^ ^* • (( ' k !is«'d to show t hoi r tlie y will huve to have mountain water, bling; squaws.Mesdames C. N. John r^L'ues have unit talk- a . n( ! h of them have " ow s« l curiMl ( «ton, Kalrchild, Helbling, Phillips . . ' ri KlltS fO thflt W«•**»** Thf» lt**-.n I--^ Qarcttf T^nVmj^VtO IV.TnmilnA *!r. n 1r Tl,,« . ' •ii !>y bix young ladies, re! pi ay all evening long. Tonight's Program iniMvxf in the bazar continues and iromised again to- i an Indian drill, , and as usual --- »-»-*»- ».* a • v ^_^ . —^- ' - — — »* * —4 ••<• ••w^' »—i^J • *'A fc^ip^ *• • 4 ^, - 41 A %*X- •• | * » V F^ Jjuilri otn- rajlroads, the power to run era, Miss Marguerite Coyne; papoos supply them.es, Berpice McGuire, Dorothy Swett, fe 4V JB ^te •. ^H.« _ I _ — A TTiiTi/l t.v «. ;i 4 in • • ' » V •«••• «•*'•"» >**^ IMJWVI tu i mi vi M, ,»ii»» .viurguvriitj v^t)yni;; papoos- u, „., . t mind f.i -\rnls toward tliOHi; nidus- 'horn tl e factories to supply them.es, Berpice McGuire, Dorothy Swett, ' ' ' ;> tnes, ^^'lJ f •^»'^^.s, piwions to our *"" "'eight, the raw materials for.hayden Swett, Tom Maguire, Virginia , J, I 1 1 , work, there was a vicious antii". i se i factorl $ s ' th(! foo( l and water Patrchilo, Blanche and Chris Hel- £,; '•,,,; onism <'lear!v evident nmnn.r tlwJ" ,V 8e » fo ^ {hf - People, all will bHng, Hose Webster, Clayton Mack, '"'™ ' m'»«i « *i among the come directly from slmllutnnntnuptn Haro d Jartes. masses of the. people, most of come directly or Indirectly, from tho Vu. o~-*u. • A f i • made that all visitors they enter the hall. r showed more '- -..-^*,..^ . , um 0" l H t III U II (M U U |)lll poopie, most of come directly or indirectly, from the whom held their vie\vs or opinions » 10 «ntaina. And from the other •without iriviiiii the stibjeet oroner In ° un . t1alna will come the oil, the lfg. thoiiL'ht ' ( " 1Us lhti »»l )h » u . l>n)bably moat of the .* Ar " i- i ., , ,. J cement, tho fire clay, the gems and the VM J confidently believo th*M c ^miculs. The people will still live, bers ' on the phvins on tne But tho wealth on which they live will come out of the mountains. IHUNKSlJNG work of the association has inM intl wil1 increase to multiplied"mini' , -fc * , fc A . Il£it*tJ /•*'Tt* 1m ritfc1*»t**^. *•*-*-!_-*. 41^ _ . ._ *' great measure, prepared the commercial mind of this country for, the <|uick return of a full measure i of prosperity." j * "After you have read the almve, I read it asrain. A second perusal j will he really worth while partie. Tilariy Uiat portion referring to the visit to President Roosev.'h » The head of the FWprrily Asso- i eiation is K. c. Simmons' ..f Si. I Louis, fuid th*» statt-mrn! :•, ,-,>n., veyed to the jnihlin thrmi h -.: press dispatch dnted Xov. The Booths. "The country store" where pretty much of everything Is displayed in stock, Is one of the first booths to be seen when one enters the hal!. It Is in charge of Miss Elsie DeOana assisted by Mrs. Archie Davis, Mrs. Henry Meyer and Mrs. Henfro. Next Is the candy booth, where all manner of good things are displayed. This is conducted by Mrs. Katie Phillips jatul Miss Etta Tolldnghorne. The i fancy booth, next in line, is in charge Jof Mrs. Paul Galtes nnd Mrs. John ttetouskf. "St. Francis souvenir i booth" has Miss Winifred Tinimous i hind tlu^ counter. ! The Gypsy Tent, j The sypsy tent, next In line, is one' I White's Electric Carpet i Cleaner ft'i' Mif 'J'I)aji)\sui\ fii"- Da v REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. • l in v-r\- AND WHAT THEN ! ( Mr. Hearst 's paper, cr says: The otli.. r ..voniim ;i t t!i« House, N».w Vorfi. a notMl»J.- down to Hinu'T in ; ( n- i i\ very pr!\aT<- I-O-MJI. O^N-U tivai was ;<i ; • lJ;J1 ;i ; ,\ Vice piv-si*]* II'-. !•"•( i-;' tatew. in iv.u^'. Mi" -MI !-;\, illlllM _ i fhe Nest ;ii Hie UaK'-.slii i'' I in:'- [tiiM. ' niiMHiv, puhlie has ol' f'.*)))'')' ni;; in , ;ill si-eli.";) ]*:-!(-]»:. niiiianfh !."!]') f". tr. ' Do To Take Up, Cfean and Relay; , Ingrain 8c per yd Mrussels 9c per yd *, Mo<ju«-'t ;ujil \>3- 10c per yd 8c per yd 'o f'\('( 3 r\ or *nv i;iV i in. « , :,,i\ ' •.- ! . ' In-tin i'. t 'hid' v\ it] <' • < > ! I i M r I ' MT in i I >M\ is' Pri'!hiuin Di 1 . S.'li;ii\ r, ann K! :ii'. !'•!!• $lni> a .IHMH-N trnin Mi'- M. Kulii i:iy :, ft |,,f 17. I'l'-r'v •"!'. Kf-ru. Mini Knink Kiutn-l.-s TO .1. C, ail s.-cf inn L>^-:IMM. to , ' rt ' v j " tM/s - nt " s f ' :u ' (1 per yd j 5c per yd ! per yd 50c. or cc I * ' 1 -' ! it 1 ' n Mr, • i j > ;i.- * < J F ' L i ' • - •• i!!\ 11 i i •ii ( I a >s !: M,. vinii' r to • ! 'a vi,- has .-r- ^ !•»< !•:"•.• Unl'-iiti \- •-'.•:II »M- riM,U-!i , H "1 i •' !"!'• i -lass h:is William Mel.:nu-!-|in "H'l nuisc O. ||:irtr-»n!i. $!•', ir*(s LTtl •_'"»'J, ttli H'»-ne ICvti'n^inn Colony. i I.UPV 10. MHJilvniy to A. P. E.v $1", inis i, i:. :',. i.iuck :;TI. T. \V. ih'lui an.i 'Vife t- •SI'', !->V T all 1 ^, , Io o la old :i!ill " bi<:c-u 3c per sn yd : utn I0c per sq yd n,l i To lay iu>\v inlai'l lino- hi. I'-'Uin , toe per &q yd (;, ; To lay ol.l in! \\<\ iin<.N»im 12c per sq yd i i" 1 "' I sell cavj.et- an.l i:;i..ilf;i;i: Iiy •• ':a-| ;uy \Vh\ COH'EI: tlo \\\: oir.o (. u your will Funeral Director GOLDEN WEST HOTEL 04- THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect. 160 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. H. 0. HARNESS ,Wlth J. W. Brockman Real Estate and Insurance Horn 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 Bakersfleld, Cal E. H. Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, Egga, and all farm o * PASQUINI BROTHERS If you are not satisfied with the groceries you have had for the last month give us a fair trial and be convinced that we carry the best j;ood$ found anywhere. Open up an account with us. A few words about our liquors. AVe. carry all standard brands of wines and whiskies. GROCERIES & LI 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. i 1 ' h ~ ( I 1 , i Irink » » O\(M'V Ol!" it much poor coffee? r-n ail Carpst f' on f'oivi^ i i ^ * ' 1 v/i *V ' I t . i'. haii ecause coffee i fW I . <• \ t I t • h r i Hi -*i^ ' t t? i i in ' • I, 1 ,.' ' • * i nmvii in all Ii,i-a . '.-niisi^ '• --ii' u- A Your yroccr r^'.urnH yctur nn u^v il yuu doc't like Schillluk^M P" t v,-i» v :i v !'::n he Man that 1 Buys and Sells that Dcn't Eat. ,',*-! L^^ ' 1730 Chester Ave. Phone i -* "3 *-. J , ' M ' M NEW YORK 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- runnin order all the time. Tel. Main 88 W. T. R COP 21st and C Sts Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A ^hecjun^r account with /,he First National Bank has so many advantages that you will fin.i it H yrf*Ht aid in .your tiuaiicial ut\!airH. If you have not already such an account with ns we shall bo pleased In hrm* vo;i op^n one and test it yourself. has M had h; funifm of Mr of I!' -t - i n * and lions ,, f--, ! • spoken in ' of Air. (\-(!if win eh wi! L r s ;ii t '•"!'', 1 • . I ; ' Mi-, sh uf t!:- >•< fa *• * I .,• •! ' < • j s M'MV !»..«,[. . v (l -it ;.-.- t inn- i-r ll! ; • ' .' lSi i *•' t l !• t 1 I r.irt :t; : i; • t « h .. i i ; \ ;';, • - A/itos on Sunday. Th-' ail pp,-N. d t»i. vi'i-ii:"! W'M 1 ' i • I hi-\ t'l'nui ! .1'.will l.n' ' ' 1 are so mnd ' ' y I * 1 A.» ! t ''Vi i * : 111 M V. Mi flfal : tMiu,, » j ) t 111' pM!'{; iflulo! pn. i i'.' wi! i) ;i IMIUI , SlU\.-» ' b ' - ; -• 'i i •'! 1" Suv .. During itiU'Uti(»!t I I FOR SALE ' ~ \vs. !'ur! T 1 )- l ;:il _' th;i' ii EUCALYPTUS TREES is; r;i[:; ll ta!; ii?. )i' l 3,0^0,000, J iMi-'-yiMlr Vaviotifs I'ini Pi , MOUNTAIN • . '• ; ith I ji S*M nis »* to mountain ilu >•;••. uuU thlv Hays eU>ctrlrll>, (it lumber laul of uitnaJ .ir ulso inouiiiiiin (Uiys. •:• PAINT YOUR HOUSE <•• lluu-" luilntiit^ \r my Fiiocl;ilty. •!» I n-" nothing l)Ut the best inato- •I* rluls, guurantee uvy work nml ^« churKe r<*aaonuMo prices, ., L D. MEREDITH, Contractor **» *v fPfft ,. e as high as you can—lherf-'s no danger—as low as you please —there's no ;mell. Thai's because the fcmokelpss devic prevents smoke or stnell that means a steady flow of glowing heat for every ounce of fuel burned in a (Equipped with Device) You can caro- it aboui and care for it just a^ easily aa a lamp. Uraw oil fo»t holds 4 « ; u,rts l.urawg 9 hours. Handsomely fin- rd in jdj;an nncl r.u k ( I. Kwry l : eater warranttrd. P to the long i .... ., , .'inter ( vt-nmgs. Steady, brilliant Wit to rrad, sew or knit by. Mado of brass, riirktl r .]atetl. lalt^l in-roved centra! draft burner, t.verykrnp wuaamH. If your dealt r cannot supply Perfection Oil HnUcr or Rayo Ump wntc our nearest agency for descriptive circular, *R0 OIL COMPANY ilncorporated) E THROJGH Granjre Groves of South- •^j ern Califorma; Cotton Fields of Texa* a: iaua. U N JO NE-HAL ON TH N ELEGANTLY NT ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFJELD OB KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. I •m-M' W '• • ™*^ •I* .'j^ *;- *;* *j. *j* *;» *** *;< ^ *** ^ ^* »j» **» ^ ^ «j CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEtDAt-L, Prrp. First-clasa Nursery Hlock, Trees, Shrulibs, Roses, Cut F]o\v'(;rri, al Designs. Ordors t«rottiptiy Corner Sixth St. and Chcttor »Ph«n«, Main 745 •> •* •;• *:• •:• *:- *:• •:• * * * " 1 " >:< >:> * r ^ ^ • ^^— - l l l ^— ^^— -^ -^fr ^- ^ Are Agents for * THE ALBANY NURSERIES •:• If you nooit anything in \\\*> •> nursery line . ro them ut thoir ! •!•• ranch oppOKito rroiliiroi'H* HfUn- * cry on Bonnlslfjy canal. Wrlto )•;* them Rural No, 3, Box S, Or •> cull tliom up, Dlrick 511. •:• •:• *:* *:• *:• •:• •:* *:* •:• * -:• •> *:».:« •:* .*« OLD 1XLXABL Painters Interior cialty. t & JACKSON in all branches. Decorations a Spe- BIGNS Phono Main 1136 1527 Wall 8t •akorafltld, Cal.

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