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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. Thanksgiving Day Thai!'-.skiviii-, Pay rules \vi! : lie ury \it\v Ilii- y.'iir he|\v<'e:i all ^l,(\ ions mi I Ins Sine. Tii'ki'ls on sale Xov, '2~< a ml ~(>. Limit November :iH, 1!((H. (•V\v iif Ilie prini'ipal stations to \vlik-li rules apply. San Francisco Oakland Stockton Fresno Merced Visalia Han ford I'linne or call on any Santa Fc .\L r eiil, i'"!' detail infiirtnntiiin. Rates The Story of 'The Clansman' (Aivnt'.i Announcement)* ( "The ('laiiHiiian", announced to ap- 1 pear at tlv Bakersfleld opera house, tomorrow evening, is the most remark- 1 able pla\ on the American stage. ' Founded on the famous novels, "The Leopard's Spots" and "The Clansman."' It was first produced In the Old Do- i minion stale. September 20, 1905. Tm- ; Smail Ads Inserted in the Caiifornian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays FRATERNAf. B. P. 0. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No -M, B. P. O. E. meets every lV?.iay night at 7:30 at Odd Fellow • ' Hall. Cheater e.venue. Visiting bp't!irvn cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every otber Tuesday. C!i.-i.-. A. Lee. E. K.; C S. Meroney. Si-i rotary. A-': div "Trains for Business" Our oftiee in the (iiiltes building is now open, ami wo shall be nhul lo i_'ive any information about our c-ourscs that may be rei|uirei|. See is in regard to a business training. We think we can interest, you. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING. ETC. Ask for Catalogue H. R. LUPKIN, Principal. i FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, .. No. 93, meets every Wednas- evening at S o'clock at Eagle •U 19th street. Visiting breth- are cordially Invited to attend. -.veltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, t'tary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern^Lodge No 76, meets every Wednesday ev- " O. O. P. Hrll to visiting MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 60 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cal. DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Emhalmers. Successor, to Morion & Connolly. i, n< i y Attendant. 1414 IBth It' RED CR08I AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main 9). mediately thereafter It started on a whirlwind lour of the south in which all records were broken for attendance and for controversy and discus slon provoked. Other companies were soon orp.'trilzed an I these- produced tlu> play with equal success in the large citle.-f of I he north. '"The Clansman" Is the first pra inn Me presentation of the terrible reconstruction period of southern history. As a truthful deplctment of the Ku Klux Klan and their times, It has the overwhelming endorsement of the masses of the people nn,l of many civ,- inent statesmen, including the governors of seeveral of the states. The scenes HI•-•• 1-iM in the hill-country of South Ciirolir.-.i in 1M>7, when white clvlli/aUnti u-is In danger of bpiti'i overt iiroun 1.;, tin. 1 oarpetbageer.s mill their dunes. t ! '.e ignorant negroes. Southern chivalry nnd rnanhou.l coiner to the front In the person of Ben Cameron, a leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Tills gallant youth is In love with the diiiiijhier of a northern fanatic, but he will not sacrifice his prin , ~- clples to win her love. Instead, he tears down tin. 1 "social equality" proc- Inmatlon which the commanding general of th" district has ordered placarded. The northern party try to sell out i lie Cameron homestead for fraudulent taxes, but Elsie Stoneman. Don's sueetheart, bins it in. At last the critical moment nrrlve- t'or "the assemblage and work of the Ku Klux KI-IU. They, gather at mlil- iiiKhf i" < Mountain cave to perform their -i-At'ul .-Itual and execute the sol (•inn iiinctioas of a high court of jiis- tlee. Hen, their leader, Is arrested l>> the carpetbag government an.l sen tetici'd to death. Elsie, his sweetheari is promised his life if she will allay herself with the mulatto lieutenant ^rivornor of South Carolina. So faints at the odious proposal, and her fath- ( r, learning that his protege has thus abused his confidence, denounces -the'— • mulatto. (KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL At the end ot tr.* play and in the' ARCH MASONS-Meets every Wed. nick of time ilu- Ku Klux omer. They i;*-:-iy night at 8p.m. Visiting have rescued Hen from the clutches of ' '-;.; among r.ordlali>- In^ted. the farcical court martial, and led' E - ••'•• FRIANT, H. P. by him they level their revolvers fit the villainous lieutenant governor, making hi nuheir prisoner and freeing IClsie Stoneman, who falls into her lover's arms. "Paid in Full." On the slase of the Rakersfield Opera House on Wednesday night wii'. be nlvi-n Wasenhals and Kemper's great play of present day life in America, by Eugene Walter, "Paid in I'ull." Breathing strength in every line this play is so iinrpiestionably out of the. ordinary that it seems safe to preillel a lno>t roseate future for it. Fur a decade now it has been the i-nsiom I" writ" the so-called American play eliher in die tontiotis val- "The Caiifornian classified advertising columns are the belt medium for making known your wanti. Five lines, one week , 50o Five lines, three days 25c WANTED WANTKP A lady stenographer. Art- ,!,.(.ss l'. : ti 4. Bakersfleld, Cal., slating experience, tt WANTKl'- H. v colored man, more odd j< llis of any kimt; leave orders .,t tli' Valley Exchange or phone Main ::lv 100 DEGREE OF HONOR j :NTINE LODGE, NO. 78, D of H. ;. .>!s first and third Fridays in h month at A. O. U. W. hall at in. Visiting members cordially •.:,.--i, Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. .-. Ola U Taylor, Recorder. 1 JUSTTciToDGE, No. 31, A. O. U.^% — Meets every Thursday evening at ; <! p. m., A. 6. U. W. Hali, No. 162» I .Vineteeutli »rr"ot. Visiting mem- ; i,.-:- , ...."nar.v i:.vited. 0 R, West, M. \v., -j. \\''. C :rtzwl!er. Recorder. 'IM"PROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— ; Tr':ies Tribe. No. 151, permanent :i ' ,:i--s Box 7"1. Meets every \Ved- lay at s p. m. in the Workman 11, Nineteenth street. Visiting :i.!.ers corflially invited. J. M. !-' : '•••: -reble, Sachem; John Lewis, C or' R FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — K"va Lodge No. BS, Fraternal Broth. . i•!,!, meets on the first ;tad third V.'e '.nesilay of each month at 8 p. i! . in K. of P. hall, in Kern City.' 1: H Brown. President; K. G. Lib- I•/. Treasurer. gentle driving horse weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must be safe and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf FOR REMAULE HELP—Ring up Main 218. Buckeye Employment Agency, C. C. Scribaer & Co., proprietors. The best of male and female help on the shortest possible notice. 1254 19th gtreet, Vv'aHers Howl. BaJutrsfleld. Cal tf FOB BALE—flUgQELLANEOm HIGHEST CASH PAID for old raga, sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Telephone Main 799. tt FOR SALE—'About 100 *ons or first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfeld. tt FOR SALE—Second hand lumber In good condition; 4, G, 8 and 12 feet 1 by 12. Telephone Main 7GS. 91 FOR SALE—Wagon, team and harness, For particulars apply at the . Jewett place north of Ice plant. 100 WANTED—Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades by actual wovk. electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, 'and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Ninth, Los Angeles. tf BIBLE'S CYCLERY. SECOND HAND MOTORCYCLE FOR BALE I 1 Racycle $115.00 1 Light $125.00 1 R. S 1150.00 Bible's Cyclery, 1807 Chester avenue. Phone Main 850. tf FOR . SALE—A good work team of young mares, gentle; and four head of young horses, gentle and halter WANTICD-A McnoRKiphor. Inquire b "*«- Il L c ' ulre A. C. Tibbet, Bffk- of H. I, Packard, at.ovney at law, ersfleld. Phone Farmers 93. 106 Kern County Land Company buiUV { FOR SALE—Laying hens, at the Poultry and Egg Exchange, 2115 Q Int. EW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's store. Fourteenth street and Chester avenue A gen era! line of household furnishing* always at bend. And at price* smaller than elsewhere In Bakersfield. Phone Main 565. (ORDER OF OWLS— TJaKersfled nest N 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 i i m., at Maud's hall. Visiting ;-. ::,i>ers cordially invited. W. S. i K' ;.:.•), president; Joe Mac-key, sec- NOTICE—Have you any live stock for sale? If so list it with me and I will endeavor to find you a buyer. Am In touch with buyers every day. Small commission. R. J. Rose, at Kern County Creamery, tf FOR SALE—One pool table, two box ball alleys. Turf Pool Hall, 102 PHYSICIANS EAKEESFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 411 The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street 8. L. MACK, Cashier 8. W. Wlble, President J. J. MACK, Vice President. G. J. PLANZ, Asst .Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—S. W. Wlble, S. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. GugKPnhlmo. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of Cref.U The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their we- perlouce or observation to all ppersoua desiring Information on matters of business. leys of the west or in the drawing rooms at the i-ffetc east, but not In this instance. Mr. Waller has taken as his centra! figures the men and women of every-day America and l hey are spontaneously wholesome figures, too, not mere manikins jump- ping at the pulling of a string. There is life, full blooded, virile life in all .if them ,a life we must needs recog- ilzo and appreciate and stalk with hroughout all time. DR. J. L. CARSON. Physician and Surgeon. Office and lY'Mdf'iu.'f "•'l-S-.'J. Prodtip- • •is Savings Flank Imildiiii;. Hours !'i-!>in In <<i 12 ;i. til., 2 tut and 7 to !) ;> in. Oflli-" and iv.-ldence tolep'.ione Main IJG. LOST AND FOUND LOST—A lady's Rold, open-fared watfh; Elgin movement: mono- pram on back "K. L. V." Finder 1 !'l please return same to Mrs. Thompson, Grand Hotel, and re- reive reward. 98 street, Main 593. 101 TURKEYS—Order your Thanksgiving turkey now of H. J Saecker, phone Farmers 193, and be sure of a nice fat one. 98 FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE—I own an equity of $4900 In a house and lot In Oakland that Is producing a good rental. The property Is worth $6000. I will exchange It for good land with water. Address "G" this office. 102 FOR SALE—7 room house, i;ood lora tion, corner lot, $2'iiio. $700 cash. balance like rent. R. A. Moore, room II, Hopkins bids. I'll FOR SALE—My Home, 2314 Nineteenth street, six rooms and bath. Barn, can stable three horses and carriage. Lots of shade and very cool in summer season. tf STUAYKD —From L and First streets one blade and white, pig welshing bet wren £ii and Go pounds. Had small torn place in one ear. Finder will please telephone Main i:"5. 101 DR. R. B. REES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms !) and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 304. LEG IN CATTLI CAN Bi PutvtNTto CUTTER'S BLACK LEO VACCWB California's favorite, the most successful, easiest used -and lowest priced retlabl* vaccine mad*. Powder, string or pill form. Writ* for free Black Leg Booklet. THE CUTTER LABORATORY BEKKKLBY, CM.. If your druggist does not stock oui vaccine*, order direct from ui. FOR SALE—A New Deal John Deere two-gang ten-Inch plow, almost new. 1'rlco $10. Also a two horse disk barrow for $">. See It. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building, Phone Main 433. DR. CHAS. A. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon Office, Fish block, rooms 11 and 12. Office hours 11 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office, Main 150; residence Main 973. DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th St.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfleld. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8pm. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. FOK SAIJ3—One Colyumlms cut surrey. New, rubber-tired. Apply P. O. box 37, Bakersfield. tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Nice front room at 2224 I'.ith street. Call mornings. Km FOR RENT—Large comfortable front room; centrally located; pel vat-.? family. 1715 IKih street. !)."» FOR RENT—-Large front room suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 401 H street, Kern. 102 IAQE— 1 wo mllea from town, for horses or cattle: good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf. C. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Lleber't Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. ROUGH DRY Did You Know i\Vo will call for your family jiNliinjj, wash aud iron all sheets, [towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. [starch till pieces that require ardiing and return to you for only 0 cents per pouudf It' you arc in a hurry telephone I for us to call Friday rooming land have tliem returned Saturday levelling. Give us a trial. Satisfactiouguarautoed. Give tu a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY DON'T PUT IT OFF UNTIL TOMORROW. FIX YOUR ROOF TODAY It' till' cost \V consult its. \\*0 Will ilU't'ei yon. Airnin vn quickly. MALTHOID ROOFING IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT. Comes in rolU, quickly ap costs so little, plied, conies in any width v surprise ii do it so DR. L. M. CAIN Physician and Surgeon. McKittrlck, Cal. Office nml residence, Lit tie Hotel. i Pioneer Mercantile Co !, Phone Main 98. Qui Ichtmblin ; DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to li: a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office itml residence, Main 210. Rooms 207, 2ns and 215, Producers Bank building. FOR RENT—Eighty acres of alfalfa and grain land with water right, work horses and farming Implements. Inquire at 1708 Truxtun avenue. tf FOR HIOXT—How would these two rooms, front and back porch, suit yon for only $('. per month. No. Oil! 20th street. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Main -1 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Ten acres improved property, two miles south of town, under Kern Island ditch, for either town property or imlinprovi'd ranch property. Inquire of H. L. Staley at county jail. tf TEN ACRES, $50 CASn—Balance $1 per mouth. Price S'Jo per acre. No taxes, no interest. No risk. Profltj certain. Located half mile from R. R. station, six miles from Bakersfield. Land level. No hardpan or alkali. Orange, fruit, and ' Ine land, bearing orange orchards near. Fruits rlpon for earliest markets. Payments are easy, and land advancing. $100 per acre should be realized for the land before your contract expires. Title good. Maps and further particulars on application. Right to raise price of land without notice re served. SUNSET REALTY CO., Fresno, Cal. tf FOR SALE—I have listed with ma for sale several lots o£ milk cowa of from 10 to 90 head. Also other stock. For Information call on ma at Kern County Creamery. R. J. Rose. tt DR. A. F. SCHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. HI.ACKS.M1THS ATTENTION—I have a lot SiL> feet front, will) two «ooa buildings, shop complete with nil tools. One of the beat, in Dakors- field. Mow Is the time to got a bar-1 gain. See R. A. Moore, room 11, I FURNISHED ROOMS—Single Hopkins building. 97 FOR SALE OR RENT—Falrvlew ranch, containing 100 acres, near Rosedale. All under cultivation, good water right from the Galloway canal. John A. Fry, 002 Chester avenue, corner of !Mh street, Bakersfield. 101 JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male, or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands ami laborers furnished on short notice, day or contract. A. S. Takay- nma, 2100 L st Phone Main 1074. ODD FELLOWS. DR. F. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 306, Produce™ Bank building. Office hours from 11 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m. Telephone Main 662. Res. Main 612. AH roads lead to C. N. JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS Phone, Main 666. 1301 NInetoenth 8t WELL BORER. J. H. KEEFE Well Borer. Work Guaranteed 2917 Chester Ave. * -•« DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office and Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Hopkins Building. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office hours, 10 a. m. to Iz m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Phone Main 249. ATTORNEYS LESSER HIRSHFELO Real Estate and Fin Insurance. Roon 5, Conklin bulldlag.me Chester AT* Room Ing. To E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law ', Bank of Bakersfleld build' •ilione Main 240. R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakersfleld and GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law No'ary Public. Office, S toner building, corner Chester avenue and i?th street. Telephone Main 67. KERN LOIXtE NO. 202, I. O. O. F.- Regnlar meetings every Saturday! evening, 8 o'clock. Every fifth Sat-' NOTICE—Notice Is hereby given that or In housekeeping suites, with gas and electric lights. Hot and cold baths and use of telephone free. The Willow, 1223',4 19th street. E. L. Willow, proprietor. tf urday in a month, soclay night. Sojourning brethren are always welcome at our meetings. T. P'. Pinnell, N. O.: J. W. Croslatul, secretary. P. O. Box 52. • W, W. KELLY. . Real Estate antf Insurance Room 4, up stairs, corner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenu* Phone Main 149. Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWN8END, LYON, HAOKLBY 604-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles! Cal. Patents THOi. iOOTT Attorney and Counaelor at Law Office) orer the Bank ot Bakerateld EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When you want reliable help of any kind call tip THE BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. We also employ Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 H. O Robinson has disposed of the Turf pool room at 1-103 Nineteenth street, to Dover & Cook. All persons having claims against said place of business may present same on or before November 25, 1908. 102 FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD WINTERS, BRIDGES, SIMPSON CO., 1800 K street, phone Main 134; new nnd second hand furniture bought and sold; houses furnished on easy Installments; furniture rented monthly; special granlteware and kitchen utensils. 25c. tf B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield R. P. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf HAVE YOUR HOUSS CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses mode over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering In all of Its branches. AH work guaranteed by A. C. Crowetl, 306 K st: telephone Main 398. tf

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