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inanksglvmg Day ThjinU>!;ivini; hay rales will be very low Ibis year bet ween all stations mi (bis line. Tickets on sale Nov. '_'"> and -ft. Limit November 30, l!liN. Few ill' the principal stations to which rale-, apply. San Francisco Oakland Stockton Fresno Merced Visalia Hanford !'!i"Mi- or call mi any Santa Fe \j-"it fr.r detail infortnation. Rates Small Advertisemets In- A I Make your wants serted in the Cali- 11 /I Q known through this fornian will bring /§C|O nie ^ um ::: publicity results pays. ..-•--=-.- Classilied ads, three linos, three times, i.T>c; throe lines, one week, OOe. Phone Main HI,— Pay ATTORNEYS FRATERNAL E. L. POSTER Attorney-at-Law Room 29, Bank of Bakersfleld build ing. Telephone Main 240. OEO. PLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Office, Stoner oulldlns, corner Cheater avenue aud 17th street. Telephone Main 67. "~ THOS. SOOTf Attorney and Counselor at Law Ofllra nv«r t.b« Ban* of R*kor«n»M PHYSIOIANS_ BAKEJRSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phono Main 414 B. P. 0. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No. 286, B. P. O. E. meets every I Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Feli I'Avij' Hall, Chester s.venue. Visiting I Brethren cordially Invited to attend. I Initiation every other Tuesday. ('has. A. Lee, E. It.; C. S. Meroney, -Secretary, rRATERNAL ORDEREAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednsn il-iy evenlnj at S o'clock at Eagle | Hloek 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited to attend. S. Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll,' .Secretary. i The Oalifornian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week - 500 Five lines, three days 25o WANTED UY.NTHD—A lady stenographer. Address Bin 4, Biikerafleld, Cal., slat- i.i;.; experience. tt DR. J. L. CARSON. Physician and Surgeon, (>;'i«- -"id residence 301-2-3, I et-K Savia-s Bank building'. from i" in 12 a. m., 2 tot and j )i r,). <) I Main r,G. H<HII tn WANTED—By colored man, more udd jobs of any kind; leave orders ill i lie Valley Exchange or phone Main 15 IS. " • 100 •>1W«V 4U 1.* \/, \J U riilll • ' T "~" - - -- - — L -' " ' -- •- •- - ' -.—invitation to visiting' WANTED—Goort, gentle driving horse B ... ,..,.,__ noo or 12QO pounds Must , FOR BALE— anSOELLANEOUi ) HIGHEST CASH PAID for old " sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and per, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Tel. ephone Main 701). t KNIGHTS OF PYTMIAS—Kern<Lodge No. 7C, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O P Hull A cordial ' Knights. OEGREG OF HONOR . , tic safe and reliable tor woman to drive. Address, 8, Bin 4. tf , and residence telei)!i "Trains for Business" On?- nltiee in tln> dalles buildi'ii: is now open, and wo shall be ".lad t<> ",'ive any iiirnriii;i!i<iii about otic courses that nuiv i»e require,!. S,..'. is in regard to n business training. W e think we can interest yon. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, ETC. Ask for Catalogue H. R. LUPKIN, Principal, DR, R, B. REES Physician and Surgeon Rooms n nnrt 10, Fish block, over Hughe.s drug store. Phone Main 361. U.P:\TI\R LODGE, No. 78, D of H. Mfv-.s first and third Fridays In •-.oh month at A. O. U. W. hall at • p in Visiting members cordially : \ itf !. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mr*, oio U. Taylor, Recorder, STICE LODGE, No. 3l7AT6. U. Wi FOR SALE — ADout luu fons of first cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at tha Dave Hlrshfeid. tt FOIt RELIAULE HELP—Hlng up Minn 218, Buckeye Employment I I Agency, C. C. Scribner & Co., prcj- I prietors. The host of male and fe-1 1 TTKile he.'p on tho shortest possible I ! notice. 1234 liHb. street, Walters 1 Bngursflelii. Oai. ' |f ) -_. l MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 69 Work . Pnonei Ma , n 1M BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. r t Ct ,I , tak o e » n> 9 fflee> 2027 ' 2029 Cheater Avenue. Works, Corner and L. Streets, Bakersfleld. Cal. Corner DIXON ®. SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embnlmere Succeewr. to Morton & Connolly. La<ly Attendant. 1414 19th It' RED CROSI AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, M»fc I) DR. CHAS. A. DAVIS Physician and Surgeon Office, Fish block, rooms 11 and 1" Office hours It to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p m" i to S p. m. Phones, office, Main liii' residence Main 973. , . , . . . . i •---•• • -- • :=.• --Meets everv Thursday evening at I WANTED—Men and strongs boys.' •i i>. m., A. G. U. \V. Hali, No. 1628 ! Combination Trade School & Con-' Vlfi.^tiidntJl tt-rrtrtf tTfn.(*l__ _ <„.«,-,.!-._ fi* *.„„,. 1. rt _ ii » .1 _ • ' FOR SALE—One span of work mares; seven and nine years old; both in foal; weight about, n S" pound*. Also one span of work i)ia:v.<, three years old; both in foal, \vcUhin.i:' ifjoij pounds; one smm of l,>l;u'k ilriving mares, wpiiihlus IUIM qoiindH; ;•! ami four years old; gue •weighing Nftrt pounds, inquire at Vnlim Shoe tween ai.Hh and street. DR. PRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th at.; rooms 1" ?? f ! n 1 .!' Ba kersfleld. Office phone Main 24,. Res. phone Main 143. Office 'FRATERNAL hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to S p tn "" street. Visiting mem- •••••• • -.-••!•:-.:!}• '.nvitpd. O R. West, M V-'.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder. MPROVED ORDER OF REDMEfT— Tali'h.'s Tribe. No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wed- i,<'.-d.iy at S p. m. in the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially Invited. J. M. llaherfelde. Sachem; John Lewis C. of R T. W. HELM, M. D. j Physician and Surgeon. • Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank j building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lodge No. 5S. Fraternal Broth- '•vhood, meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m.. In K. of P. hall, in Kern City. II. H. Brown. President; R. G. Lib- I'y, Treasurer. DR. L. M. CAIN Physician and Surgeon. McKittrick. Cal. Office and residence. Little Hotel. IKERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL i ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed- n.'sday night at 8 p. m. Visiting companions cordially in^ted. E. 1.1. FRIANT, H. P. DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence Main 210. Rooms 207. 208 and 215 Producers Bank building "-•^^^^•H^M^^MBMi^HHi^HIHHBHMnMBBMBB The Poultry and £gg Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersficld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street DR. A. F. SOHAFER Physician and Surgeon. ,', rooms 1, 2, ?.. and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundavs by appointments only. ' DR. F. W. MITCHELL Phystclan and Surgeon. J Office, rooms 305 and 306, Producers i Bank building. Office hours from 11' lo 12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m. Telephone Main 662. Res. Main 61" ORDER OF OWLS—Bakersfleld neat No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 P D)., at Maud's hall. Visiting members cordially invited. W. S K"tifro, president; Joe Mackey, sec- ivtary. ODD FELLOWS. LODGE NO. 202, I. O. O. F.— . ' meetings every Saturday '•veiling. S o'clock. Every fifth Sat ni-day iu a month, soc-iay night. Sojourning brethren are 'always welcome at our meetings. T p_ pj n . nell. N. G.; ,T. W. Crosland secretary. P. O. Box 52. * 8. L. MACK, Cashier a W. Wlble, President BANK OF Capital Stock, $250,000 Resources, Directors—S. W, Wlble, 8. Ouggenhlme. General Banking, Domestic The officers of the Bank will perlence or observation to all ters of business. J. J. MACK. Vice President O. J. PLANZ, Asst. Cashier. BAKERSFIELD Surplus, $140,000 One Million Dollars L.Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. aForelgn Eichange. Letters or Crei:t. be glad to give the benefit ofr their fix- ppersons desiring information ou mat- ' C. I,. CONNER, President R. McDONALI), Cashier VALLEY BANK. Bakersfleld, California. Solicits accounts of individuals, companies and corporations. 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' M°am ^ 0 l ' m ''' 2 t0 4 p> m ' Phon ^ Main - FOR SALE—A New Deaf John Deere two-g.-in.e ten-inch plow, nlnlost new Price $411. Also a two horse disk harrow for $.1. See R. A. Moore room 11, Hopkins building-, Phom Main 43,'J. " os tractlng Co. teaches tho trades by FQlT SAI tf-^ actual wovk. electricity, plumbing,; ness.' For bricklaying, and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Ninth, Los Angeles. tf pony 1 \fius old. tm Sh^.p, be- sircot on K tj - .-- ---- ........ Jewell place, norlh of !<-..• 100 * WANTED—A young lady to work In small boarding house. Apply 728 M | street, Kern. Phone Main 272. 100 WANTED—Millinery apprentices. Apply at Geelan Millinery at once, 1329 Nineteenth street. tf 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 BIBLE'S CYCLERY^ SKCOND HAND MOTOKCYCLE FOR SALE 1 Recycle .................. 5115.00 1 Light .................. $125.00 5 R. S .................... $150.00 Bible's (\\clery, 18"7 Chester ave,- line. Phone Main Sfi'J. t£ FOR SALE—A good work team of young mares, gentle; and four head of young horses, gentle and halter broke. Inquire A. C. Tlbbet, Bak- ersfleld. Phone Farmers 93. 101 WANTED—Second cook and waitress in oil fields hotel. Telephone Main 147. t f A DESERVING PERSON can secure a good cooking stove free of cost by applying at this office. 100 FOR SALE—One pool~tabTe7Iwo~box ball alleys. Turf Pool Hall. 102 FOR SALE—Laying hens, at the Poultry and Egg Exchange, 2115 Q street, Main 593. 101 - ^E—Order your Thanksgiving turkey at the Poultry and Egg Exchange, then you will be sure to get the best; alive or dressed. Telephone Main 593. 100 ' FOR BALE—EEAL SSTATE WANTED—Old furniture to be made like new. CAKI'HTS CLEANED I AND LAYED. I'pholsterlng in all 1 brunches. Mattresses maile over] and returned tho same day. C. C. | Crowed, Main :!!IS; shop :!i)(i K i •HllVL'l. 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 LE)SE« HIRSHFELD Estate and F{ " Insurance. ROOD " , . Conklin building.] 926 Chester Av TAFT GETS ENTIRE VOTE OF MISSOURI. JEFFERSON, CITY, Nov. 25 — Governor Joseph W. Folk yesterduv decld- ••'I that under the Missouri statute the entire electoral vote ,,f this state should go to William H . Taft. This dei- sion was made in view of the fart hat 1 rannock, the iti-yaii elector for the sixteenth concessional district iv.-eived ,,iore votes tlian Kiel, the second Republican elector at large, who rece veil the lowest vote (m Uie R,, publican electoral lif , k ,, f n ,, ulnO( . k however, .'..reive! ,,,, T „„„„ , h ; tho Republican elector for the Six- teenlh district. The Missouri shun-,, requires that LOfJT AND PCUNiJ STRAYED—From L nna First, streets one black and white pis weighing hetween ""> and til) pounds. Had small torn place In one ear. Finder will please telephone Main 2"5. 101 FOR SALE—One Colyumnus cut siir- roy. New, rubber-fired Apply F O. box 37. Bakersfleld. tf LOST—From Standard Oil lease, a black and white bull terrier weighing about forty pounds; tail and ears clipped; had wide leather collar. Finder will please notify H. H. McClintock, phone Main 498. 100 tf [FOR SALIC—7 room house. i;uoil loca- — j lion, cornel- loi. $-j:,n'>. 371,11 cash. 1 balance iji< ( . 1V i!i r { ^ ,. |() -J, (< — I room II, Hopkins I.-II.'L, ' ' p;! FOP. SALE~OR~LEASE"—For' crystaT- i/eil aiicl all kinds or 'Musim, Ful!•;:-.-! e:inh, c, men' ( !.r . ';, mi , ] ;lv ,s ol all colors, clHa.i clay, pattern clay and all kinds of el.Vys, addiWs William Harmon & Co.. Bakersfleld Cal. , •"OR RENT—Furnished rooms for rent at Jl.GO per week or 25 cents per night. Apply 2103 Chester ave., cor. 21st and Chester. 100 FOR RENT an elector snail reside j n .he rtisiHc for which he Is elected. Taking the vote of the first e'ectoi ns a basis, the plnraliiv of Taft ir Missouri Is 11121;. Both the Democratic and Republican electors in the Six teenth district ran ahead of their re spective electoral tick.., s . Thls |s pm phasized by the iheorv that some ol the voters in the Si.\teeiith district voted only for the dNtticl elector. ROUGH DRY Did You Know We will call for your family [washing, wash aud iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. [starch all pieces that require istarehins and return to you for [ouly G cents per pound t If you are in a hurry telephone for us to cull Friday morning and have them returned Saturday 'evening. Give us a trial. Satisfaetionguarantoed. (Jive us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY BUCK IEG IN CATTLt C»N BC PfltVtNTtO COTTER'S BLACK LEO VACCIlfB California's !',ivorite, the most iuc- cesjiul. eiMi',: used and lownt onci-. ro.uSl* vaccine made. Powder,*•.:„•< ur pill farm. Writ* (or (rt-s li,., c ; s Log Booklet. THE CfrvEK LAQOSAT08» B»rir.tLBV, CAL. it V -jr • ..-.id cit lion not stock om viu;ci:ics, orjcr direct from ui. "My little girl is snib.iocr to roids," says Mrs. Win. H. Serig, N O . -n FICU, St., Wheeling, W. \. • i. i( si winter slip had a severe spell ami a terrible sough but I cured her with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy without the aid of a doctor, and my little boy has been prevented many times frr.m Invlng the croup hy the timely use of this syrup. This remedy is for sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfieid; Kern Drue Co., Kern. » RENT—Large comfortable front room; centrally located; private family. 1715 18th street. 99 FOR RENT—Large front room suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 401 H street, Kern. 102 PASTURAQE—1 wo miles rrnm town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf FOR SALE—Four good horses and freight wagon in good shape. Also camp house with truck wagon, well equipped with stove, tables, bed, bath tub and lockers. See D. W. \Valser. Walkers Basin, P. o. ad- .dress, Pluws. <C«ia County, Cal. tf FOR SALE OR EXCHAXGE—Tea acres Improved property, two miles south of town, under Kern Island ditch, for either town property or unimproved ranch property. Inquire of H. L. Staley at county 'jail. tt LISTEN—DO YOU WANT to own this lot, 100x122 feet, on G street? You can for $750. |50 cash, balance to suit you at 6 per cent Interest on deferred payments. See R, A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins Bldg. 101 W. W, KELLY. Real Estate ani Insurance Callfornlan want ads.; tlm-o days, L'oc. All roads lead to C. N. JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS Phone, Main 698. 1301 Nineteenth 8t S.: Street a::d ('hosier Avenue Phone Main 149. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakenfleld FOR SOLID COMFORT Go to the GRANADA HOTEL Sutler and Hyde Sta. San Francisco $3.50 per day American plan, Headquarters for Bakersfieid. The Little Racket Stcue The little stoiv of L. T. Godley & Co., eomer isth and Chester avenue, is still inkling nesv lines of .">, 10, 1,1 nut! 25c dry goods and notion specialties. Our latest will be the Riehardson ein- li-oidery outfits, which is the Dvi.st popular embroidery line if the world. We invit'e the b'-'ies to call and inspect a f''\v samples, already received. Join a Richardson Club i -I learn the beautiful art of ei.ibroidering. \Ye give special prices on many useful articles. L, T. GODLEY & CO. JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands nnd laborers furnished on short notice, day or contract, A. S. Takay- nma, 2100 L st. Phone Main 1074. TEN ACRES. J50 CASH— Balance $1 per month. Price |2."> per acre. No taxes, no interest. No risk. Profits certain. Located half mile from R R. station, six miles from Bakers- fleld. Land level. No hardpan or alkali. Orange, fruit, and -ine land, bearing orange orchards near. Fruits ripen for earliest markets. Payments are easy, and land advancing. $100 per acre should he 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 nerved. SUNSET REALTY CO Fresno, Cal. tf FURNITURE BOUGHT AND BOLD WINTERS, BRIDGES, SIMPSON CO., 'ycm SAT P 7 hnv> n,t^ 1800 K street, phone Main 134: new V" 11 E ~ I rh f V , et " St ? d ,„" nnd socond hand furniture bought S f, ol ^n \ an'H 3 , t ?," k ,„ and sold; houses furnished on easy ± f ° v V, 9 h A f 0 Othef -- ' - - •• ' i stock. For Information call on ma installments; furniture rented! monthly; special srrauituware and) kitchen utensils. 26c. tf I Rose. c olin ty Creamery. WELL BORER. J. H. KEEFE Well Borer. Work Guaranteed 2917 Chester Ave -* R. J. . U FOR SALE OR RENT—Falrvlew ranch, containing K!a acres, near *Rosedaie. All miller cultivation, good water right from the Galloway canal. John A. Fry, ui)2 Chester avenue, corner of :nii street, Bak- ersfleld. 101 Patents Procured In ill Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HACKLE? 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal. FURNISHED ROOMS—Single or In housekeeping suites, with g^s and electric lights. Hot and cold baths and use of telephone free. The Wll. low, 1223J/J 19th street. E. L. Willow, proprietor. tf EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When yon want reliable help of any kind call up THE BAKERSPIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. We, uls.o employ Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 NOTICE—Notice Is hereby given that H. O, Robinson has disposed of the Turf pool room at 1403 Nineteenth street, to Dover & Cook. All persons having claims against said place of business may present same on or before November 25, 1908. 102 B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Ournow & Keer< ) artesian and svirface wells. Tanks built and put Dp. Address Bakersfield R. F. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf

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