The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 24, 1908 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, November 24, 1908
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THE BAKER SPIELD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. CD* Bakcrsficid California!! B," •d Kvery 1C'. kei>-f!> Id. tv n (' Nut Sundays nt •ui'y, California. City and County ri.l., ;•» .«»-,..)• I'll <*. •!!'< a niriMfh >.}ij;> Official Paper • at Hiil«.T,rl"l<l, ;•!•• Mail .Matter. ?." a Venr In A'lv.'iiirc ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Te'cphcm; Main 31 '! I i:-!).\V. \(>V. -Jl. l:"K IT IS A FITY IT IS NOT TRUE. Tuesday, Nov. 24 DEAR TOM:There' a a lot of difference between the tongue of fire and a firey tongue, and tnere's lots of difference between Gruenhagen's candy and ordinary candy. Get >t at Meroney's. § BILL i .\liilel iii'j-s '.v! ih l.'jisl MI i'act Hi; t.ody -I tlnll. .'Ill iflterv e Of the vice |i|v-i. ('(.7npa ny. lo- Kern not ' jllirjllise (it nl ion t" (lie : • hii-; a vast .' only sell Miller & L HiiMi.noi). Of conrs.' catt |i> ](in<,r had to I would appreeinte it got ^20,0(10.01)0, hut we will also appereiate th •cllMU' Uti' i Ml e.illllt • I -.lllljcct Id e.ilull i'r!i is for .sale. 1 ii ,,,, v,th i, .'.'(.reseHtative ""'M"'""'!'''^ th- inornm«j paper Mr Nickel ! f " (il ' tlll(-t $1".<I()U.()U() from the ' (li'aiisactiiin so as lu tone down the iix out for ;;s long as ic sold out. more it' he reckon he e modest v J. B, Bergesj& Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all soot.)--: served in sample room. ^ Quotations and samples sent on application Phone IVIain 237 1623 Nineteenth Street ('alit'ornian, idelil of the Mi repents what IlilS l)C(.'l) <I lii'l'mv. jinn tin- Kern holdings of tin' cniiipiiiiy HIT mi (lie iiiui'kct. There is no prospcd <it' <i .suit; (if the present timr, Mr. Nickel snys. but it is quite certain, with the demand fur colony lands that now| exists, that this great and fertile j area will not remain practically! untemmted for iminy years longer. The land in the southern end of Cfilil'oniia is thickly settled, that is td say, all of it that is hahilable. ai)d the thousands of eastern people who are eornin^ to California must look elsewhere for hollies. Many have already hei-n located on lands to the north of MS that are. less desiralile in every way iluin are the .Miller & Lux JamU Th> -;i> holdings are in |,jirt at least made up of rich alluvial land. Water is close to the surface, and there is au ahundancc of it. The reatVirin- ation that the property is for sale will he widdy ; rt !-'••!. and we may he sure that capita) somewhere nt ltd distant day will take hold of it. and place it at the dis- JidSIll of settlers. It will he a irreat day for Kern connty when this happens, and it will In' a greater day when all the lai'L'e holdings in the countv an story. Still Henry Miller has had some experience \\-ith the morning paper before, and perhaps he'd rather have had the extra ten millions on the start. Tin- interest on that amount, even for a day or two, is quite a little sum, and since our neighbor had to sell the property, perhaps Mr. Miller will insist that lie ought to have had all that was coming to him, right from the he- ginning. Yet the sturdy old cattle king will probably bo able to overlook FRESNO SAW THE II COMPANY DRIVES HERE How to Cure a Cold. THE eiiiiR of elation or particular It rather flavors of an un- morbid raking over ot scenes past, sn nes that cannot possibly stir up ii'nv:iiiiiK but 111 feeling—a one- condition that he The arrival of "The Clansman" com- ion pany and production in this city today created an atmosphere of excitement In and about the railroad station which has not been equalled since the coming of the circus last summer. mnn'.= picture of a And In line with this comparison, It.has \\r(mm doubt would appear as If the managers of "1!"' without more useless discus"The Clansman" In exploiting this sion cf a flay about which the audl- much discussed play had modeled ; once • "uId not possibly agree, It can their plans after the fashion of those i be tnuhtuliy siild that It entertained adopted by circus promoters. For sev- the audience with unusual success and oral weeks past local newspapers have been teeming with "Clansman" notices. Enormous advertisements have appeared on the display pages. As- PI'CSI !i south sorted llthasmphs of all varieties and tbe seeming lapse. He will that time he was kidnaped by the L olorS( ^.picting "Clansman" scenes, same paper, the certified cheek [have forced themselves from shop that "Chicago" was to have was'windows and bill boards on the view- only $2(1.00(1. when the papei ,"C pe^'rians not only In every part might, just as well have made it '. if'L'lH 1,00(1. or even .^.000,000. A few cipher's more or less are not expensive in a newspaper ofiice: but then as now our neighbor was modest and toned down the storv. So perhaps linnurs are even as lie- tween the time it was eharirini; up of the city proper, hut In all the country to\\-ii« for a radius of fifty miles. around. It is safe to say that no p!ay lias been so extensively advertised for ' hard Republican liil.' slims to .Miller's expense iie- count and IKHV u'hen il is debiting i him s\ f it)i millions, even though the I millions come in installments. ' And s;ivs o ' we n* hoard ol' trade our heartv thrown o| purchase is ours todav compared to to those want to j eoiiL'ralulalions." l-'nuny, isn't it wealth that as nothiliLT "Save us from our friends," commented i) member of the board. "A I'.'W more tips like that will put us out of business." " We are <_dad to convey this iu- i|s M'veral seasons. ! line- Tins morning's Fresno says of "The Clansman:" "To the prejudiced mind, the appeal of 'The Clansman' is strong, and emotionally the play created a tremendous amount of expressed feeling In the audience last night. Every sentiment which 'downed' the negro nnd exalted the methods of the clan was vociferously applauded—sometimes eheers adding to the excitement of tbp play; while frequently the voices of the actors were drowned In the hisses which came from portions of tbo house when the abolitionist from the north expressed his views 1 as favorable to the enfranchisement j of the negro, his sorlnl and political !(quality with his white brothers. i It b essentially a play of sentiment Mid ns such appeals in a certain way. , but th<'n> is nothlnc in it that irivr- harming picture of the ;ind its chivalry, its dear old south 1 ']!! 'mammy' and loyal house rcrvants brimming over with super- stithia. a gallant yoiinp; hero true to his northern love who had nursed him I .T l< to life, but equally loyal to his i I.'in and to the south. The conflict >,<t\veen the Rirl and his country is short lived. "The p'ay is well staged and well acted, although tbe actors are nol i>n sse.i as the sentiment of the lie ;is careful ns you can you will oc- ' casiomilly take cold, smd when you do, S.M t a mi'dicino of known reliability, OIK- that lias an established reputation : and that is certain to effect a quick 1 cure. Such a medicine is Chamberlains Cough Remedy. It has gained a world I wide .reputation by its remarkable i cures of this most common ailment, and can always be depended upon. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring the system to a healthier condition. During the many years in which it has been in general use we have yef to learn of a single case of cold or attack of the grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. Chamberlain's Cough Reme- 'dy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfleld; Kern Drug Co., Kern. » make their tasks comparatively GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEM.ANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect. 150 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. HARNEBb With J. W. Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Qaltes Block Phone Main 232 BaKersfleld, Cal IT HAPPENS OFTEN. MRS. BEN GARRETT WINS SILVER SET AT MORLEYS. TEA The \\ - riy to buy tea is in p;ukng;cs; somebody is responsible for it, I "FninKHn Ritchie as the young ', 'clansman' was a striking figure and ! convincing in his speech and action, j ! "Interspersed with the 'thrills' oc- ( | casioin '1 by the clan was a lively ; ;strain nf comedy furnished by Barry. I Maxwell as Nelsp and by Maud Du-1 j ran.! as Eve, his wife. The latter' show. .1 as fine an appreciation of the •true .larky characteristics as has he, n [iMsentfd on the Barton's stage. Her make-up was perfect and the I south, rn accent, beyond reproach. j The courting scene was one of the best things in the play. I "Sji. akinp; of accent, tbe dialect I. ' spoi-.en o n the stape was without ex- ! i crptidn of the real variety and not' Mi. .-\aggeratrd language sometimes . crni'l.-yeri in imitation of the southern 'ton-lie. i "Knyenie Haydeu played the part of' ENir Stoueman, the northern e\v\ in ! love with Cameron, in a pl< aslng , f.'is-liloii. with perhaps a trifle too much ; of exngteratfd sentiment, and Claire j Mei-.terean gave a rnscliintlnc picture ; of fhe jiftle dniiiilit'-T of ihf southern | household. The Silas l,ynrh of rharlo« Wilson \vas a ronvincinpr bit j « t' v urk. The other parts were w< i! • besfowei] and llin spectacular ap;•• -ar- | nive of the Ku Klux c!nn and '-nv.-ih-y , j properly thrilled thp expectant; I house." I The Great American Play. ! "Paid in Full," a virile, fore, fill, i vital play of ci.ntoniporanPous Ai-urf- ! can life, by Kujrene Walter, is an- i,ounce,] for preKciitattou here ;,v Messr*. Waynhals and K» nip. t to. morrow niclu at (lie Iiakfrsfleld Orn-ra *<•*•{•*** *********** * PAINT YOUR HOUSE * * House painting is my specialty. * j * I use nothing but the best mate- * * rials, guarantee my work and * * charge reasonable prices. * *.. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * * 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 * ****************** HO!EL 6RULE STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. $1 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkln SAN FRANCISCO Headquarters for Bakersflel people. PAYNE & SON Funeral Directors Etnbalmers AMbUUCNE Phone Answered Day or Night GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle l.orses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spat, about our stables, j our horses good animals, and car- i riages, cabs, surreys, etc, ete., in I good running order all the time. I W. T. EATLIPF Con 21st and I Sts Tel. Maiii 88 ' ' E. H'. LOVELAND * Wholesale Produce Merchant * Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, * Bfr^s, and all farm products. * ;. .;, *;, .;. .;. .;...•.,;..;. .j. .;..;. .j, .j, .}. .5. .j. i!i nn.ncr II you don't .IV him "Paid In Full" i_< in Mr, Waller tre HIS a ni' , i:i am Ami'i'Ieaii !i|e i r.nd a HtrennUi wble'n ; '.ne of the truly p-nat 'American K|;IIM . He h , -t the «r.'atc-st < , ( an pe:iplj[ and lie has arts ion \viili ti i in marks him as writf-rs of the s taken for his ;;is ri of At'ie;-!- Iniilded hi 1 - ar- It is mniiitosi il:-.| ;!,. .not only !'•- ;.»,'! •Mr every paper in i!i>- -' probably the 'niL-,.--! n. a coloniziitiou ^'.n; ; '.|« been printed Mi \ > , i * terlstlc inodeiaiion v, the storv. We s.ii l 'h. upward of Slo.i»iii...(..i. obtained by l.os .Au-'e! $20,00(1,11011. U'.' t vl" i good new.'- s:- 'illy, iili.l Vh>> story ;K «<• t''.^i piority R-ood cnoin'ii 1 J2.1 OOO.uoo on the s-'art huve bellev.-.l it, With our conti'iii|.«'taty ;,< down like it did :'i.i <fav«n;d in) old '-' , 111 the bM:..')!;cl>' <•: ]o\vs' Iniildinii and v iVrnal muchine. said 1\v.i intVi-iiiil in the vM'llur just when it \vi'"f<' Hi) 17 Stic. 1 :; cf' dyn Fi-:k Klj.'l ".".• 'jl ciivhi have >.. 'i !> as fd-;r info". •' '.' didn't. U '" •••: Fisk, llirc;:(i'ii".i V trying to .--tipiu'.-s- to tell the wlic'ot "lililiiist " the !•!;.; •u tbat has U'il'i chaiac ion>-.1 down .leal ilUelVe.l I'll.' I. |t(l[t ilS s paliers -.;•.'.•-! : to break the. e tiiat HI led It V il« V. bad Hidd !H. ('lie wo-.ild -| ilS Stdl'.V linn 1 it di 1 '...>ii.' luitlery ..' u,!d Fci-i ' tun So it •was good of our neighbor ANcCctnblc Preparation for As- ilatiuglhcFoodniKlHc g the Staiuedis and I3owc Is oi° ProtnotesDi^esUon.Chcetful- ncssandRest.Contalns neither Opium,Morphiae nor Jlinaal. NOT NAHCOTIC. Aprrfectnemedy for Constipation , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, \Vonns .Cotivulsitns, Fcvcr/sh- acss and LOSS OF SLEEI». TncSuixile Signature NEW 'OHFf. For Infants |The Kinif You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of LXACT COP/ OF WRAPPER. on the command "Thou Shalt Xo( Sion!," and Ills absolute 1'rank- •less of 11'( iiuuent stamps him imK-l- lldy with tin* mark of real neulus. ii is a safe assumption that iliLs j.'ay I.-: .^oln.: lo prove one. of tbe r-inmnesi tlmt local playgoers ba 1 '-. njoyed In many seasons. To qneie : '•.;(.• western writer, "It Is the j.'.ay of ;ho ape." It Is still ninnint; ii. New. . York and lias to its civdlt ; five montliii' run at the fli-'iid ();.era .House. Chicago. The rile o 1 ' ,~.ats opened yesterday and th. y an- tiding in bunches, and it is understood that -evcra! parties are being organized from among the attendant? at the wedding, and Manager I tome know- ing'this has agreed to hold the eiipalii ••Mitil 8:3(i, enabling people to attend buth functions. TO NEW YORK THROUGH Orange Groves of Southern California; Cotton Fields of Texa* an- iaua. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checinng account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you •will find, it a great aid in your financial afTnirs. If you have not already such an account with us we ahall be pleased in have you open one and test it fo^ yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN "BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets, GOT HIS BACK. in Use Ovei Thirty Years *Vn» rerfertly Until \Vhcn Freder'.ck x M,i:-.'.i(>Il, Maryl Cutte, -M"i<tann. ix.uKiU a Inn's Hiri'lcliii-. A;.r.i ''•, ':: ! . ;, It f<." cntiro h.ii'iiir'S- T \\.-lts In Ills KO.".:;. \-: ' • -.'.1 . I'O days bo bud ! • .• ". < vf • m July 2 bo \vrl(. . "•',• •'< to.! .-• ns thk'k nr.l ' • :r. . .! i i '^ld vlnh." ",S*<''\-1 .- : * ..Til n nn n:rl pr!n.-!r' • »> 1" ; Slurird b'.ock. il'.tl I. }:• . Two sizes, 50c J. :i $1.CO. HUGHES, Hi "lid I A'-ent. •d I i.»r liieii;. ('na int.. 'ilaln s > .i\e :.|ii idi.-'ii nn a soft cloth will relieve ihe I p.iin almost iiistanily. uu.i unless Use i injury is a very severe one. will cause tbo parts to heal without leaving a sear. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfield; Kern Drug Co., Kern, • FOUP AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED STEAMER! ASM AMV * * * •;• * * •;* * * *f * * * * * * * * * CHESTER AVENUE * «• NURSERY * * ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * «• First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, * f Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Fk-- * f- al Designs. Orders promptly filled * t- Corner Sixth St. and Chester A»«. * ¥ 'Ph«ne, Main 745 * .*. <. 4> <« * * •£• * ^. * f .'• .J. $ * * * -VWISET B^OS'"" * * •;• Are Agents for * THE ALBANY NURSERIES »:• If you need anything in the * nursery line -.-co thorn at their •;• ranch opposite Producers' Refin- •!• ery on Beardsley canal. \Vrite * them Rural No. 1, Box 8. Or •;• call them up. Black 511. •:• •:• •:« * * * •:• * •:• •:• •:• * •:• •:• * * OLD ML1ABLE Painters SNYDER & JACKSON Pointing in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1138 1627 Walt 8t •akenffeld, Cat.

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