The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 27, 1908 · Page 2
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TUB BAKERSFIEIJl CAUFORXIAN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1908. Bakmfieid Califoritian s'undnys at Friday, Nov. •*in DEA City and County ft. .-;tw> Official Paper! The sweetest the IV L J f in P(»'1t)flir. it Mull s-weet erges ^^m . — .- . ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ ompany y? -i ^ -'iv* •'• &$«?.'« 2ft*i-> v - r. |0 r'-ii v .'( tit' fr n Year in A;!'.; r f < Gruenhan -andy, Get ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Mn i n 31 generous tonlghl and treat your jrir'l with a box. Get it at Meroney's, BILL Wholsale Dealers Wines, Liquors And Cigars ^-^^•^^^•_______ _ _ .. _______ _ • _ JV . — __^ B ^ H .^_^^^K A _~|^^ h ^^^^^_ l ^^^^^^^^^^__^^^__ 4 _ ___^_ — _^j__ ____^. A «^ T ^w-W^*' 4t-V*:&' -*H" i-' . v . /./A jtf -,v • • > \ *.\ The cream o goods serve ample room • * A STATE OF KNOCKERS. ,-js srerefar n n s . .til) 1 '! '» I A. Knight UaW JlM'l :i 111 s"<'j'Hary of • 11n- himiii>''i's m«l iln- k 's an llh navy, Mr '!<•):• liin-ss Tor •>nnt i'ui* nolh- lutwi-rlcss to them any wIvmilaLn 1 . But L r <* A. Ivniirlit is ;m honorable. Quotations and samples sent on application '.•ition \\-injhl Ho would I Phono Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street « T-^, :™~ J f't • ^ • ¥ » .• ' - •• - - -yr&t-, *ij 4 \ ,_ ; ^£&tf - It is })i'inu ivt'klossly charged hiL'li-?niiid<'d w;m who would give I that no sn.-h li-irislatiim can be en- and alii* 1 "' ir"vcrn»i*'(it that stari ilu- i.nsv' loyal .•;••-. i^ tu man for |n iirjfi-st somt' jiriim-j*<'H «*'»nl<l render. \Vo would lik<' •titical prcr.-rnu'nt to S(M ' ; * < f itlirorninn in the now • ^ • ^ d. _ _ bi\sl and most | Jictcd, but this is hardly just. Let is not fair to (tit: Irit man, C. M. Hall, life long that u patriotic citi-|ns wait and MM>. nu-n. Oakland and th.:- pi-rt'ornuuit'*- up^irm. \Vhat party man among the Republicans has tho riuht to find fault with Knitrlit V Tribune well says: V*Th* 1 proposal that George A. Knight be appointed secretary of the navy in President Taft's o.abi- past It is not TUIP to go\\r rhe record of «f ' !l does not inspire ^and " I ^J f. r. , - i * , i . i * •"-••• t\'t ti* *.*** * uifiiivi, *JT IYIUIV net .s .,h.,,,.to« to l,y persons ,, Mi .,, ( , adl of , . „ ' } Cahtorma on th, ground that 1,, ,, ,,. of 1his Htflt| , , M1 J ^. aUuII 'r j ' <>r l<<>rtlu " w ' r r"' r ";. than on,,- ,I,nriv,,l tlH-n.selvcH'of eahinet. Jiul^e McKcnna and leonHdenee, but many of the newly Victor If. Metcflli* made excellent elected members are strangers to records as cabinet officers, and public life, mid it is only just to there is no reason to believe give them a trial before condemn- Knight would not do equally as)ing them, well. If we start knocking every man proposed to the President- elect no Californian will be ap-1 pointer! to the cabinet. By kick- de tions. Nearly every lawyer oi' ability and prominence is in the employ of (me or more 'corporations. Seen-tary Root is one of the and highest paid crporation lawyers in the world. Attorncy- Genera! Bonaparte is more of n corporations would count for notb- Knight. Secretary Root censed to practice law on entering the cabinet, and Attorney-*ieueral Bonaparte severed his professional connection ith corporations when be entered the government service. P representation at, the executive council board. It looks as if bad started in to do the same Th r WAIT AND SEE. fruit men and the oil men I'd in the WALTER FISCHER AND MISS NELSON WED. On Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock at St. Paul's Church In the presence of a large number of Invited friends, Walter Fischer and Miss Clara Nelson were made man and wife, Rev. D. M. Crabtree performing the ceremony. The church was prettily decorated of a law similar to the Texas sued with friends who faced the iri- car law, and Kern county is fortunate in beinj^ represented in the senate and Assembly by able attorneys who will know bow to ir surh a bill to ;i vof clement weather to witness the happy event. With Prof. Carriere at the or- pan, the bridal party entered the ehurch, the bride on the arm of her father and Mrs. C. B. Colby, sister of the bride, as matron of honor. Walt- altar tvero Mr, Fischer and g i ; the groom. The bride looU-1 , in a cream satin princess she carried a shower of lilies ..illpy. Mrs. Colby wore a' :;;. gown of old rose crepe' .«--. with picture hat. She car- i (,..nquet of brides roses. Clem 1 H. K. Mallet were the ush. ers. the pretty ceremony the wt'(I(l;iivr party went to the home of the tula's parents on H street, where a large number of friends assembled to offer congratulations. The rooms were tastefully decorated and there were displayed a very large number of beautiful wedding presents. Mr and Mrs. Fischer left on the Qw! f..r the bay, and after a few days will sail for Honoulu, the wedding trip to cover all of the month of December. Piano Tuning of * Wiley B. Alton Co. will be here thirty days. Leave order with Htii» rft Id*? Furniture Co. GOT HIS HAIR BACK. PrrffcUr Bald When H« S to Vme JSewbro*» Rerplelde . Frederick Manuell, Maryland blocX, Eutte, Montana, bought a bottle of New- fcro'e Hcrpiclde. April 6, and began to use it for entire baldness. The hair follicles Jn his scalp were not dead and In 20 days he had hair all over his head. On July 2 he writes, "and today my hair Is as thick and luxuriant L any one could wish." Newbro's Herpiclde works on an old principle and with a new discovery— destroy the cause and you remove the effect. Herplctde destroys tho *erm that causes dandruff, falling hn.fr, nnd finally baldness. BO that with the caupe if one thn t-ffect cannot remain, Stops fnllinp hair at nnce and a new growth Ffnrts. So]d by leading GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PUAGEMANN, 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 ail trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. H. 0. HARNEBfe With J. W. Brocxrr.an Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 Bakerafleld, Cal druirvlats. Send I0c. Ir. stamps for saraplo to The Hcrplctde Co.. Detroit. Two sizes, 50c and 91.00. J. A\ HUGHES, Agent. YING wareh GENTLE HOUSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle l.orses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spai. about our stables, our horses jcood animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in :1 running order all the time. W. T, RATLIPP Cor 21st and < Sis Tel. Main 88 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 * Surplus. $25,000 *'j • V* iMMUUUt With 1'irsl National Bank Lay no iviiiiiv ailvunta^os that you t, :^ b vrill find it a great Hid in yoiir financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we whall he pleased to have yo; ono and tesi it fc tr yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKEHSPJELD O'R KERN Corner 19th and H Streets, *> *;• •;» CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Flcw- al Designs. Orders promptly flltod * Corner Sixth 8t and Cheater 'Ph*ne, Main 745 *** *•* *** •> •:•»;«•% .% «J» *I* <l*i* •!• »t» »*« •!* *I SWfeET BEOS. Are Agents for THE ALBANY NURSERIES Tf you need anything In the nursery lino »-PO them at their ranch opposite Producers' fUjftn- ery on Uoardsl^y canal. Write. Rural No. 1, Box S. Or call them up. Black 51 K i*. .j v "< .;, .*. .;, .;, OLD 1ELIABLE Painters SNYJER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall 8t f Cal. . I ,1, .t f

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