THE BAKERSFIELD CAMPORNIAN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1903. TSLEPHONfcd MAIN 39 and 86 n hts iou£?nr? o I < .ii"t<- of tlii.s -we s|i>(-k some new <'\ft ar•!»•< tliis year that von will o investi<raff early, will he man a sur- here Tor c.'irlv hnvcrs. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K?*V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^Hl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BI^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^^VWI^^^HIWMViH^^^h^^HWi^HIV^^HVBI^^B^BI^BHM^^P^B^^^^^^^* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^»'^^^^^^^^^^^™^^»^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^™^^"^^^^^^^^^™^~~ ' '•' • " r om Our Busy Garment Section HEIRS woneru -sae o muc entusasm — eayer uyers o ;KT 25 Tailored "Suits for $14.75 mul Skirts worth up to $18.50 for $4.75 ere- the department all day yesterday and today. DID •markahle reduction**? If not COME TOMORROW, t.-r that it may he too lat< ere arc mi t few left—HKRE'S ANOTHER SURPRISE. C. N. Andrews, a San Diego attor- name, and the absence of the middle ! tiey, is in Bakersflelcl today, looking ;lnto the claims of Andrew McQuirk, Jr., and of Peter McGirk, his brother, to the estate of Edward McGurck. Stare of Eastman Kodaks. Druggists "ir supposed uncle, who died recent, ly in San Diego, leaving city properly to the value of, over $250,000. Kdwani McGurcl;, who was an eccentric character, left a will giving Ills entire estate to his brothers and HixttM'K, but gave no names or places of !•••*!Ideiuv In the testament, inquiry found that a brother, Andrew S. ! MKiiirck, ha<l come to the mountain 'country many years ago. Andrew MrKulrk, as he spelled the r.aino, was an early settler In the Uii'kor's Basin Country, flying there In 1875. Hr w;is the f'ltlier of Annit,",v McGiiirk, Jr., ami of Peter M-c- I Clinrk. and Is supposed to have been 1 the Andrew S. MeOuirk, who was the brother of fed ward McGurrk. The dlf- ; forenct? In the spelling of the last. ; luiem. and the nbsenre of the middle >__ _ *r -r SUMMONS. In tho Suwrir:- ('"urt of the* of Kern. Slnte o*' <\t!ifornhi. Kihel KouuuettM, Plaintiff vs. Peter HonniicMe. Defendant. brought In the Sunerfor of the County of Kern. State of the records. If the local McOtitrka ean establish *he fact that their father was the brother of the San Diego man, they will bo sole heirs of the valuably estate, as none of the other claimants appearing have yet been able to establish their relationship to the deceased, Mr. Andrews is today engaged In a further search of the old county records, In an effort to discover the true reason for the discrepancy between the names. Andrew McGuirk, Jr., Is now employed as a vaquero o n a cattle ranch south of town. His brother. Peter, Is a paralytic. Both have been residents, for years. oC ^the Walkers Basin country. WILLENrf CURFEW LAW Big Sale of Voile Skirts They im* samples—no two alike—a "sun which our New York buyer secured at ONE- FOURTH OFF. They came yesterday; in the lot nre the latest "Directoire" skirts and other s of recent conception, never before seen kersfiehi. All are high class skirts. We mode w offer em to you, as we houa m, a r \ atiee Voile Skirts worth Voile Skirts worth Voile Skirts worth tin AT I i HUN H I DOW r ' ' ~^mr moNM. CREST COFFEE 'iiltfornla. and the Comulalnt filed in ! said rouniv of Kern, in the office ol i the Clerk of snid Superior Court. I The rVoulo of the Stnte or Califor! nla send areetinv: to Pet or Rouauette. i defendant. You are hereby reaulred to The small boy nuisance at night in an action hroucht YOU vv the above-naniod nmhHlff. In the Superior *T'oiirt of the County of Kern. i State of California, and to answer the Com 1 tin in t file. I therein, within ten d;* v s (exclusive of the dav of service t after service on von of this Summon*. N I I Baker sfield Grocery 1 1 kersfi hone Main 1 nts 1719 19th •—• > time, which lias resulted In numerous false alarms for the fire department, phort circuits for the electric light company art I other annoyances, will probably be solved by a rigid en- forcPniPiit of the curfew ordinance, which has been on the city law books for some years, though remaining much of a dead letter up to this time. If served Within waM Oountv; if "served ' T i v i»« forms; It Ja unlawful fnr elsewhere within thlrrv rlavs I - <erms u is umawim ior 'Ami von arc hereby notified that it-Children of 16 or under to be upon vou fnll to so annear and answer, thoj th e streets after 8 o'clock at night, ^^^ "lie Trustee McDonarf IB making the ac- Complaint as ariHintr ui>on Contract, or. itatlon for the enforcement of this the! 1 } pi-ovJsion of the city's statutes , and will take the matter up with the local officers. Now that the Superior Court has established a probation committee to deal with Juvenile offenders It will probably be much eas- will unolv to the Court for anv other relief demanded In the Complaint. a Witness mv band and the Seal or said Superior Court ot* the Countv of Kern. State of C'»]|for»»n. this Ifith *l;iv ol Julv, A. D. 1000. „ S^'-ih I. 1,. MUJ.KR. Clerk. Hy Bndel Smith, Deputy Clerk. Kowen Irwlu and .T. \V, P. Laird, at- tornevs for plaintiff. 11-18 You ess Nicely You Money— Your Clothing ler to take up such casca. At any rate. It is believed that the arrest of ' ™ ^^^^^^"^^^^F^^ Tuesday, November 24th Tliom.is Dixon Jr.'s own Dram.'jli.. t;on of His Famous novels. "Leopard Spots" aucl "The Clansman." THE n few youthful "rounders" \v\\\ have (he desired salutory effect upon the ethers, and the intention is to make an example of the first boys who fall Into the drag-net of the police. In Pasadena, where the curfew law is very strictly enforced, the bell of parh school house Is given a single tap by the policeman on beat In each residence district, promptly 011 the , stroke of S. \Voe befalls the yottns- | s-tcr who Is rausht upon th" street after this hour. While this plan ran hardly he operated lu*re. because of the scarcity of officers, ir is intended that the enforcement of the law shall bo equally sure. The man who wants to dress nicely at a slight expense can easily do .so — it 1 he conies here for his clothes. $15 is really a small amount to pay for clothes — particularly when they're a i LANS M A N full fifth better than the clothing sold at $2 elsewhere, Redlick's $15 suits are assuredly handsome. well fitting and durable. We are showing t\ collection of men's Fall Suits at $15 so strik- t inulv superior to anything you ever saw for *™7 i L * v, • the money that every man who intends to huy a new suit owes it to himself to see them. iib i.r ;:, pi-oid v.i!li Oir- Hi;^ t' ii of (.ieor^e H. OIUMNAI, PKOIHVTION. sup*»rh Effect M. Sci-iu- und the KU KLUX CAVALRY HORSES. MISS MAPLES WE $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c, and 25c Seats on Sale Saturday, "THE HUB •3* Che Corner and I Sts. THE HUB On the Corner 19thandlSt«, dive Warner of this city and Mis Elizabeth Janet Maples, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Maples and sUter of Mrs. James Ogden, were unite.l in marriage In Kos Angeles yesterday and after a honeymoon In the south will make their home in Bakersfteld. Mr. Warner ia a trusted employe of the Sunset Road Oil Company, and has resided in BaUersfleld for a number of years. The bride was formerly a resident of this county, but later has lived with her parents In Berkeley. She has many friends both here and in the college town, Mr. and Mrs. Warner will occupy the now Webster cottage on 19Lh street. A. O, U. W. ATTENTION. All members are eurnosUy requested to be present at tin* regular meeting tonight. Nomination of officers and a banquet will be the order of business. 1)5 O. R. WEST. M. W. Save on Fin e Sh oes On our barain tables will be found some excellent values in men's meulum weight shoes. These are broken lines in kid and skin, lace and blacker style, either tan or black. Regular $5 values. Clearing price $4.00. TRY OUR "WALK-OVER" SHOES, NEW PASTOR CHRISTIAN CHURCH FOR BALE EUCALYPTUS TREES r 3,000,000, Leading Varieties Eucalyptus t,;m«i mid Timber ! Company, Edward r. Cribb, Pres. ,\V. S. Thntrh.T. S,v' M . 123 So. Broadway, Los Anglos, Cal. i CuUforntan want ihn-e duya, 25c. WE ARE AFTER THESE "CANT BE FITTED" FELLOWS. To th- stout man t slim man, or to any man \vh» thinks that he can't be fitted with a read-to.\vonr suit, we have a message of comfort, ring your suit troubles here. \Ve have a cure—clothing that will lit you perfectly. Don't scoff, Mr. Hardfttter; put us to the test; try our clothes. That's all. The Christian Church has called Rev. A. G. Mills, of Sandy Lake, Pa., to Its pastorate, and Mr. Mills today accepted the call. He will start for Bftkersfleld at once, and will take, charge of the local church December 1 1st. No permanent pastor ha? J tue pulpit of the Christian Chun-h for some months past, and the coming of the now divine is ovxpocted to greatly further the work of the sect In Bakersfteld. Californlan want ad*.; th Nagley—I've discovered there is ont? state in which divorce Is wholly ((necessary. Mrs. Niigley (sharply)—Which Is that? N'agley—The state of single bless ednesit! —Exchange. . .. _^^-_*^ 11 ' • ^'^^^^^^^^^^^^'^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H W. T. Packwdori of Annette is in town today. IN CATTIC CAM Bt CUTTER'S BLACK LEO VACCXKB California's favorite, the moat successful, easiest used aod loweat priced reliable viccine made. Powder, string or pill form. Writti for free Black Leg Booklet. THE CUTTER LABORATORY BBRKKI*Y. CAL. If your druggist docs not stock out vaccines, order direct from us. .Take Gardner is down from Fresno. j- ^ Geelan 1329 19th Street Next to Taylor's Bargain Store^ THE EARLY BIRD Will certainly fare well at this special sale of fine robes and blankets. For let us tell you the first choice of the offering is well worth coming early for. And as quantities are limited we advise you to come at once and secure the cream of the best offering in water-proof and stable blankets it has been our privilege to make. A* B. HEEBINQTOF 1517 19tb it. FOLGER Golden Trimmed $8. Dress Hats Jl 50 ~ *-— -* "~™ - -—— ^— —ta—* —^»--•••••' ii ••" "• ^^^^ ^* Stunning nc\v styles; large and small, hand made velvet hats; also pivsxed satin and l><*u<Hini», mloriu'd with birds, largo winirs and fancy feathers. Sale $5,50 Tho most remarkable miilin- i tM\v values of the season. New flat hats and to^as of silk, satin, silk braid and velvet, beautifully trimmed. Special Showing of New Arrivals Exact duplicates from Xcw York Horse Show. Special attention given to order work and remodeling. Remember our prices are 25 per cent lower than elsewhere.
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