The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 25, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, November 25, 1908
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Christmas Buying has j Already Begun > * * 1 who- wish tp nmh » ; ;uv buyng now. t'hristinns shopping s .rii-r. . n You've yonr on- '"nhvnV-s bo fin- n <»»n ahvftvs In* • j? : n rt ' ] >roinpt ly ; nil shipping if? > nery - — - — fjfii*—" v ikers Finest Milliner m shovvmtT •• i*\V 01 PS K ;nnl appreciative t themselves hero s<t»s tfeavoring to save nor three children from the flames was very hadly burned ab&ut the hack of '• the :head and neck and on the hack. She was 1m- meiiiatPl^v taken to the residence of A. W. Masou, where Doctors McKett- atie am] West dressed the burns. .Mr, < hir pi cnlioNJil i''' s ) ) ner (.M * • * ess l I Ul W rn. ...<•• | jail h<' $ave them tjtqr c-nance Conductor Cluis*. Ayr i»as co-uini";!' ont of TOWJJ \yithiu ten minutes, whl ^in an cxuutksl eapT*<tn vis-if, Uhaiu:r they. glm'.ly Accepted. The of\\. P. RohM-mi'l ot SMI Francisco ipjfirers iv.llowtfd UiVyn up to see that iriri* line m shanes t'ISt • I IrimniUj i • •* i* UT\ r Itiiik \\ f s f'lii. 'lid* it Vftiti* old liat- or trimmings in town on business... Harr DOUHS es i;iiH:i tomorrow morn ONLY 33 MORE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. mencan I SOLOMON O. A tAW vvelry 1420 19th at yd was slightly hurned about, the , head khfl hands, while one of children had Its hair singed off. serious results are expected to result from any or the burns, but H*wlU be some time before Mrs. Boyd will have entirely recovered. The house, which belonged to S. P. Wible, was covered by insurance, and Mr. Boyd had a slight Insurance on his household goods. Before the fire was under control it "was feared that the residence of U Q. Pauly, which was next door to the burning house, linnl<«irivin the K P. t(> f " r to GO to Vito s t >ciul t \ tluy obeyed thHr instruction's. 1* \ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. has works visit with rela You arc hen by notified to Immedjf-• utely trim up all trees on the side, j P. TlUH loft 1u*i nlsrhf for T,o* walk adjacent lo yonr property eig^t feet from the ground in accordance' VOICE Angeles to remnin for several days. K. 1. Epman leaves on No. S tonight j , section 24 of ordinance No. 8 01' \. MISS JANE BARBER ney cent propei Funds Look get Abstract Bakersfield Company Cheftte Basemomt. might be destroyed, but no damage resulted. WILL GIVE SOCIAL. serious . . . for U>B Angeles to spciul ThflnksKiving | the City ot BakerBfield, which reads with his wife. Miss. Paul Sbbrzano of Kos Angeles i8 visiting IHM- sinter, Mrs. A. W.' Snider. Sixteen lots, south half of block _ 139 on E street between King and over any "portion of said walk or Beale, opposite Beale avenue school half of the street next to or In froftt as follows: Section 24—Any person who shaJl in the City of Bakersfiem permit, branches of trees or shrubs to extend within eight feet from the ground CULTURE US1C Residence Main 302 Late of Detroit Conservatory Studio Phone 33& Main - fcARRlERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC iiouse, Kern. Would mnV-e For sale at $65 a lot. an Ideal home.. For I terms write to Charles »T. Zensen, 2616 ManJtou avenue, Los Angeles, Boys' Athletic Society of the Congregational Church is planning "to gfve a hard times party December* 4th 1ft J order; to; rajse funds wjith which to fit up Us gymnasium In the basement of the ,PHgrin> Congregational Church. - THANKSGIVING DINNER. '- " ^ The Woman's Home.; and Foreign, MJfifilonary Society will serve Thanksgiving dinner at, the Second t Baptist. church tomorrow, at the corner of Thirteenth,and P streets, from 12 o'clock until 10-O'clock p t m.- It •* * THANKStJIVING OFFERING Cakes Bakery Annett Phone California. 127 D. Ferguson has returned from an extended visit in New -Mexico and will r f * remain permanently in Kern. R. H. Peeler of Coalinga is in town on business. Arthur Metcalf of Orange is visiting his brother, Sidney Metcalf, for a few days. Mrs. W. C. Dresser Went through on of premises owned -op. occupied, by him, except that portion within four feet from the curb line thereof, is, guilty ol a misdemeanor. 95 JAMBS McKAMY, City Marshal. LIVERY RATES ON AND AFTER DECEMBER FIRST^ Following will be the rates at all stables in Bakersfield and Kern after| .December 1, 1908: \ BOARDING. MORLEY'S THEATRE •H '' " ""^ ** * % MasonieTfemple, 2007 Chester Avenue • • - V s» Continuous? e*f ohnancc; \Admi3SiOn s •No. 108 on her way from fiptjon tp|Sngle horse, per month . .„ 'tehachapi. ; She expects \o ; reside in (Two horses, per month 36[ ftte latter place for some time,-- % { ^ Box Stall, per month . / .^. 20i! 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFPTCIE OPEN 7:15 to 9:1& f: *' ' i Higher J. H. Fay of San Jose Is visiting his ( Compound Syrup Eucalyp- 1 1 - - * • •*- . L ; ' tug with Muriate of Ammonia w "• •" ' , 12 J • i ' 1 -- '" ' f f is an absolute safe and-* a mighty , handy preparation to keep ^n tie house;. A valuable remedy for Colds, Bronchial Catarrhi'Sp&smod'- •ic -Crortp- and---All" diseases 'of • t T ' tht* rtir passages/ When every home iu : Bakersfteld haa a bottld t>£ h on hand there will 1>^ a great'deal, less coughing. •F . i- Rernember that we are head- r | l quarters for Guaranteed Rubber goods—At right prices. daughter, Mrs. r W. A- Billings/ . Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thompson have returned to their home In Pasadena after spending a few weeks here. . .Mr. and Mrs. G. W, .WJIfcina have gbne to Fresno to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. -.'-. Mrs. W. R. Mangerson has returned ^**^ from Coaiinga, -where she (lays ago to attend the funeral father. •-'':.• : Geo. Snider has gone to L-os Ange les on a business trip. ; BraUeman Geo. Dillon came up frora Los Angeles this morning and expects, to go to work here. '- J. Shelaberger went to l^os Angeles last night on No;: 8. - G. L. Ferguson of McKUtricfc is in town for, a few days. H. M- Barton ftncT mother have gone to Needles to reside. ., .; . , < Noneha -Gharmlcigh; formei'ly pc LIVERY RATES. Single horse, steel rimmed buggy, per day ,/;$2.50; Single horse, rubber tired buggy, 3.00 and£ STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED! SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. : / per. day ...... . ----Fifty cents extra on holidays. Pole team, per day . . Sundays David Garrlck( special comedy) Railroad Detectives (special) "The Adtor's Child (drama) Hubby's Vacation (comedy) "All for a Butterfly (comedy) SONGS—"Two Little Girls Loved One Little Boy" "On the Banks of the Ofd Mill Stream/ 1 * « I ' Surrey, per day $4.60 0.00 One dollar extra Sundays and holi- " " • ' • ' Entire""change of f*roRram Monday and Thursday night«. I Hacks for funerals -.... r $6.00 Tbree-seaters for funelals ; 6.00 for funerals 7.00 tf , T*-7jTPW'"W ?**& '.ff.f.^*~ ^* V- &m -' --TJT f oV set fo holder df lucky coupon. r a resident of Kern, is visiting here. » * . • BORN. GARDBTT— In -Pacadena, November 23, 1908, tp Mr. and Mrs.-H. C. Gardett, a son. UNION THEATER. As a special feature U»e Cunnijg- ham Stock Company will play a spec- or c - r *• j- O. J. Meade went to I^os Angeles ia] <^iUdren's prize matinee on last nteht on Xo! S. - -Chllilren's Day. Many beautiful pros- Mr.' and Mrs. W. T.. Woof Is nml !e ntH will be given to the boys ami daufihter. l.ela went to T^OK Ancrele?! girls, last nlierh't to he g-one until nmn-lay j Thanksgiving night the grown upa KOfiT. G. RAtTON, H«n»Qt mornin g NOTiCE OF MEETING, - \ < l i i ^ is hereby triveti thnt the Jin ntial nieetin/r of sstocUholdors' of the „..„. ............. __ .......... .... —,.--.„ Snrinefleld Oil Comnanv will be held will have th-oir chance to win a able prlzfc and gee one ot the best comedies ever presented In this city; The play, "Wanted, a Wife," 15 filling the theater nightly anil those desiring T 1- L A *- * BAKERSflELD DRUG'GO. Kahl er Bros, * ft - crul j«t its ofllce. voom No. 3. Proclneera to EO<? Sa vines Bank buildincr, BnkorHfi^'V ! rnia, on Tnesdnv. ppreniber SM 1 -' . nt M o'clock n. in. of said '.lav. for the election of p board of dircrtors i nnrl pncli ot he.v business as ma'v b* • nrouaht before the nippf Intr. ' | A. T. IJOHTNRR. Sf>cv. Office. '.room No. 1. Producers Ra uiis H;uik tnitmfnir. cnrn^r iwrh niul streets, Oakorsflolfl. California. 11- fhta ninv f Ult f pla> seats in advance. f THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAY PHONE MAIN 42 SIX MONTHS IN CHICAGO iiil K Irs o r Ccrner i9th 4 I emai Belmo K hit."- r -Actou "Abtuibiug." — Uurnri Mantle, Tribune. TWO YEARS IN NEW YORK. w York flor- L -I C. J. f'lanz, F*reife"*nt Arthur S.' Critf e f Cashier/ ^ _ -if HAVANA CIGARS Jin <> •* 5'. tiREATfeST ; 'bRAT.IATIO SUCCESS IN TWENTY i • • ' r • ' •-•''! '* • ' "" • GOG~ BUSINESS STANDING The NEW .kind ii MOST IMPORTANT,THEATRICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON. S.ctvt Sale. Monday,,. Prices 60c, 7Qc, $1, $1.50. fo U J T \ • ' , \ * I . »4 - . cry jnoi'dui lurer. • In iiii 1v-t1jT'\vSy <1o»M' 1lirm liv Tin AY • f instituii(.>:i Ki;-.sf \ < i * . t A •(!<•* (lints invited. subject i ' f> HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS" AND ' f ' T. C. COPPJN, Pr?p. Phone Main 257 i^ MATINEE AND NIGHT Lincoln J. Carter s Special Production ELMA The ^ aming Arrov T - --H . ^ fim:- >Hil« ' •- i Introducing the World's Greatest "* Genuinie Indian rass V. ft I-- Tlie Extreme Urn: 1 i>f Melodra:- jic Magnitude r< ^pv'f 1 AT J JL J, .* \ . y .?. ,L,t - Prce E>c. "'-Or, 75r. and fl t Seats on gale Tuesday. \.

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