The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 20, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, November 20, 1908
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THE BAKERSHELD CALIFORNIA!* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. You Win Here QUALIFY us you with, as the qw best and the flavor in just right. Port wine lovers will he delighted with cither our California or Imported •wines—they're both Hpien- did. ri Take your choice between California port wine . for $1 to $1.50 a gallon or Imported wine up to $4 a gallon. -r ;in<1 qualifying W«M- Mrs. D. H. K. Viinoey, imrt Non" m* the men Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooma 1518 18th 3t, No bar attached. Phone Main 99. The three women m* nhera of the probation committee for the new juvenile court in <U»partm< nf two of the superior com* set a iin<«i ^xiunple to the men by npiiearl 1 this morning. They Cnolbaugh, Mrs. J. Mrs. Ermnu l/irson, on the t'wnniiU' 1 ** have yi t <|u;iKfie<l. Petitions for Guardianship. Mrs. Annif ('. I'neschel this morning presented a petition for appointment as icuanlhm of the persons im«l estates of her minor children. Ertwln A. ami Annie V. Pnesohel. Hearing on Injunction, The hearing on tbe injunction jmiy- McKIttrick Oil Compa- juainst the California- Pittsburg Oi) Company came up in department one tothiy. Witness Forgets. The way forgetful witnesses are dealt with by the Superior Court of Modesto \vas exemplified today when a telegram was received by the jocal ? > brought iv. a very )>;i too v/eaU was ;',i *:; hospital b • Id Mils morning! ;i ;.•••.:rn'*r I'roni Mojjive, in | u :>• !:-om typhoid fever. \ vrii to five his name. He! »r- 1 ( r-!<'ri.';l to the county] ]>}. Stv.sire.i', the county In \\;\n rn'iii* 1 a so 'Muni; er made lav ed n for by in Us tin suit i A Trial Loaf of Butternut Bread convince you of its thorough goodness, and make you a permanent consumer. Nicely browned, snowy white, very light and flaky with a delicious flavor, it's the best and only bread you should serve on your table, * Order tomorrow. i AMERICAN BAKERY & A. J* Ferguson. Phone Main 228. officers to arrest W. H. Rlley, who was in this city, and forward him at once to the northern town. Riley was located and placed under arrest by Deputy Sheriff Quinn, and Sheriff Dingley of Modesto was communicated with. Riley, who is wanted as a witness, paid he had made a miscalculation in his dates. On this statement Dingley 1 ordered him released, with the under- 1 standing, however, that he was to proceed with all haste toward Modesto. Riley promised to do so, and will take the first train for the north to- 1 day. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. You are hereby notified to immediately trim up all trees on the side. walk adjacent to your property eight feet from the ground in accordance with section 24 of ordinance No. 8 of the City of Bakersfielcl, which reads as follows: Section 24— Any .person who shall ill tbe City of Bakersfield permit branches of trees or shrubs to extend within eight feet from the ground over any portion of said walk or one- half of the street next to or in front of premises owned or occupied by him, except that portion within four! feet from tbe curb line thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor. JAMBS McKAMY, 96 City Marshal. MOM, Or. Schafi-r if-'sii) of the me ini.l. r thft Klntc-, ...,., for transi.iii'ta:::':* of iK-uuileB8 invaiUIs in nceM oi ii" Hi'-'l trcninient to conn* ty liospilnls, in Ui.> Mojave instance, the m;'.n, v, ho was puh-.t-lesH from the fever, au r i will i»ro?»alily <^e, wns giv- <*n H 2'* dnv s^nti-nf^ for vagrancy, a commitinient heiu^; made out by Justice ColenuHi of Mojave. in this Way Constaiik Kod'l was able to oolelct bia railroad fare and expenses from the county, without question. H the man had been brought in a.s an invalid the officer would have done HO at his own expense, and would have hart to depend upon the indulK«nce of the board of supervisors to recover his money. The result, is that sticcnia is often attached to unfortunates whose only Offense is sickness. The only renu4y would seem to b« i a revision of the state law in this regard. - - j (if SU(M"-SSt" l .ll t\ i, ",^- n flic (lour. I *s* j \ KERN RIVER MILLS FLOUR ;rs.- D. H. Cooibaugh, superintendent of the Children's Shelter, left for Mojave this afternoon, on the daylight train, to get a two weeks old baby, abandoned by its mother recently, in the desert town. The child, a little girl, is said to have been left in the keeping of some Mexicans, while- the heartless mother left for Los Angeles. A search is now being instituted in Los Angeles for the mother, who is said to be little more than a girl herself. It is claimed that one of the Los Angeles evening papers has located her, and more news upon this point Is expected hourly. The little one will be brought back to Bakersfleld and given a home In the Children's Shelter, Mrs. Coolbaugh is also taking two children from the Shelter to Los Angeles, where homes have been found for them. Too Late For Classification I.OST—A lady's gold, open-faced I watch; Elgin movement; * mono- i gram on biu-k "E. b. V." Finder j will please return same to Mrs. j ; Thompson, Grand Hotel, and reward. Clothes That Wear- « i Boyproof 99 i The Mrs. Jane Hopkins in d- suits tor growing healthy boys \\ ho naturally hard on their clothes. •» Every suit is guaranteed ! Here's a special value a "Boyproof" combination suits s tyle s re 08 TURKEYS WILL BE DRESSED I-'OU 1'oLiItry and , Main r,i»:\ IKMIS, I'-t Vii;;i' iidiNf In 1 i] * '»;ir stylish up to (i ii'-s^; I-!- >1 rret and why not • in o'j« j of , hitr- _____ _: at tho | a 2115 Q * 101 U'AXTKU—A Jady sf"no^i'iipher. Ad-! dress Hln 4. Bakersflold, Cal.. stat- I experience. tf j o ' - ' )('S r i '.i'rt ISTRAYKD—From L and First streets | one black anil white pig weighing between 25 and fu> pounds. Had smull torn plar-e in one ear. Finder will pleuse telephone Main 205. 101 Mrs. Boys' and Cmldren's •rweaters, '\ to $2.50 children's - *n • C ' hats, 50. • fcj V • For sii -*«. Those wishing to attend may HHK up Main 1407 or call at 2114 Tw* nti.'ih sire'-t. t I K E R -\\ C OIJ M T Y P E 0- »»: . ,-*"• ,../.!«••" t * ,r':i ( GRAND OPENING of Jxwvre Cafe. ff food of Tlonst. pork and Koast, Turkey. Saturday ni-jbt. Kvoryhody welcome, Unssoll & Kfce, Props, tf $5.50- Rugby and two double breasted coat pairs of pants—in fancy mixed cheviot and double and twist tweeds. Ages 6 to 14 years. r L * * t -• i i-'v t j I Vi * )'[ :i i _i -- t "/ 11 I t i ' * ' • . .. SV.-v H. c >nnion, Prop. 'U' Ms in 1101 I-OS V-t'n St., Bakersfleld livery Littl ami •Jte sioiv ( t it., e • \v lines ami -'"•'• -ir;. ?:••» "^ -inl lion sp. jili',. •;. t »:M' 1; will Ixv if** 1 If iehai-tl^-'U l.i'o'ui'M'v (*),\.'it . whi'-h is the * >.-••: SroiiU'W line *' • v lie.- w>rUi. \Vi' ln\'il'' tin- i-i: 1 i-< 10 t*al! :,iii! ;ir^;--"t a -nsr iui];ulMi h i i" ca 01! MIV L. V. GODLEY & CO. M:I*-' wrest} J. R. will in ford of Iowa, in ;i muU'h iit ro-vti .f !,. T. -'in. 1 1 IStii , is still first t 1 and i<Yed PRI 50c to $1:50 V r»;r

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