The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1908. aHf er n i an Kvery Kvi ; niiiK but Smid.r - at , K«-:n Bounty, C»lifr,;i.;a. City and County Official Pnper Saturday, Nov. 28 i V ,.* In C;il, ;is at B,-ik"r f!"J'J, Mail M; •'' r. 10 $5 a Year in i -•_ .. m-f - DEAR You can 1 t begin to realize or appreciate Gruenha^en's candy until ycu try Buy a box at Meron- M.FREDHARRELL, Editor and Prop. ; e y ' Te i c p h c n e ^ . . ~T77'.' V. .7. 7 Ma in" 31 . V O U - * tonight to treat IT lend. BILL Company _»*• -^——»-^ - — . ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ . ^^^^^^^ Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars ^^^•_____—_. . * ** — ^m A _iA|iHflb_i 1 ^HIB^U'^^B —^ -_- . —-_ —- . J —_ — ^^^1^. Th e cream of all goods served in sample room. "r- Ilk- n VISIT. <J Quotations and san pies sent on application VND WHY NOT? ' •; j * - h»* i d i i iI;-L i :vlntr ;nid illd SUCVeSsi'ul Th i>. Arehhohl says the MMk.Tsfi.0.iV'' < " Nl -; ! hl '!P Ihl ' 1>''»P1''. »»t then vervi'H'N , )n ' ' ' r> -"'*'l» J >°l'l «'»n hardly ho called ;n'»st interest- j fin services too. ; Phone Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street e \vas no question of differ* '. \ i hi lief or in interpretation <»i Th«' scripture. All worshipped irronwl, Baptists, Presbyterians ^ s, and the speak- ;j MANY DISEASES ARE DUE TO KISSING. hiisbanfi's Mss penoraliy soon loses its fervency, Uit the kiss of the two sweethearts is the paradise of the tu- bc-reulosis gf-nn and the diphtheria germ and oth<T germs too numer6us to count. During the long Interval which the sweetheart's kiss continues one may imagine the various germs rushing backward and forward with . - rf '4 OF TERROR PREVAILS IN HAYTI. , ORLEANS, Nov. 27.—AccorU- a table dispatch received by iu- from St. Thomas, D, \V. L * r ^B er <»f th»- day wns (lie minister oi' the Methodist Church, South. This very pleasing hannonv i to the nn.-stion, \Vliv - • '.'^i''B«'» ff IB* A Philadelphia press dispatch says| unhol >' „. . - * ' Some Kissing Necessary. Not quite so pessimistic a view of the kissing problem was taken by "Kissing; Its Evils and Benefits/' might well be tho title of the argu- wagod here among mem- " hurcl so -s D hers of the women's medical frater-! Dr - Raf<h(tl s - Skidelsky,- whose opin cable advices received there • :rt Au Prince are t8 the effect i" censored dispatches sent laytj give only a faint idea of or terror now existing on . The dispatch continues: "! Onn't know much about buying im'iii," admitted the young husband. "How Mo the prices run?" "AcTonling to location," explained the di'iilt'i', "Then iiinime a two-pound roast, the best you have in the orchestra circle." -as City Journal. PERRY QOODE WEDS. or Mr. and Mrs. :. nlty and hospital staffs, and it is all ons on th f f i lM ; stIon °^ women smok brought about by sensational state- ing ™™My stln '^ U I> a spirited dis ' rrrry Goode, son trchy reigns throughout Haytl •'• ^- Goode, and well known here, • country is literally running was ninrrled In Ventura en Monday .Private cahles received to Phoebe Harris, a charming ed .' I * ' oes tt >'<Tth.MmilJip}ieJty ,,f de- rne,.t s rom-mmi^ the danger of oscu- "is tliiit n-siilfs in many Jail'-n which Dr. John V. Shoemaker support- n>;iK"s in the November issue of the , . . , ... 1 ' Mnn'hly r.vrlnpn^ia nml Medical Bui- is ni >* "'' Inl " n lhat lei in. In this article Dr. Shoemaker °- : that in kissing i- T ( THIS are car- h Port Au Prince state that vounp Indy of that city. Mr. Goode la Unit Iheiv beUve] ^r ministers ri of , n t h;j! Iut\">- ' in 1 • i ' t' I : M n and stnm.T b. Danger in Babies. >niy i- ";• i'Vtncnii-.-!;* tiiii-i-ri- lit.- al.out the l.ii? ir, n.v o" 10 :u* » i il*i< \vnll-l-nr.i\vn . r . ! I ' i r . .'I 1 ! cussion, "Dr. Sh'f-niakrr is right," snid Dr. .Skidelsky, "hut let us be practical. It all unnecessary ktesing without real af- \voulfi rr-.^ici. the germ evil to a minimum." l-.f-tors clcclnred that tho prr. • i' deaths caused by klFMr.i: iU' n at as Dr. Shoeroukor 'ty.\' ' ii;;v- the public believe, AV SEATTLE PEOPLflBOUGHT NPORO GIRL; MADE HER SLAVE. executions are in progress, n at Sunset, and he and his > i is not «;.i tho government forces and bri( * e ^'W,reside In the county. utlonists. Persons who are of sympathy with the In- au- being summarily shot by rp-t--* A President Xord Alexis. The I tl A •.•SM in being follower oy the o u '; * • > r> t '« :« lints who have control of the OC fill Ting S iSCSt IS in ; ^ion or the republic i packages; never comes- in r?nyti /ire maldnori r a=> » out of a bin or canister, Your grocer returns your money if you dob't like it; we pay turn GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, 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. • ' ' : * -. tjB^ L A t t! t i s , s. •• r ' I I I nre making | •rilii (o Mioir governments ! 'i nrul the French repre- l - rahlffl for ships. The !.--t'-r. U is s^nifl. hns cabled • -. : ;u:o to Berlin. • ^<'i-"r'j\ opinion in P*. rvrntlon by the Tnit- [ I 1 I J " :\ ry. l» o re on 'J Ki -F. P. business, re- - I J - I f I I L I *-,i r-*' I - i -7 ( (<", 1 L o ' h b I 1, - I L ' h V"\ r i T ' it r •• * • • • n • . 'I.' ;;T;.! M • 1 \ FJRST-CLA3S. ER DAY AND UP 070 I£;!d/. bf.t. Polk orv.l Larkin SAN FRANCISCO He i:f quarters for Bakcrcfiel r c o v i . •. e \ - [ L , < !-•- ' b J ., _ — |rrf - •1 THE nivrsro;. tii < •'-. i > T I I J tarilV L 1 L ' ' L 111!'! \\ I ' ' 1 ' F • b illid It t ! >t 1 ! ! ' tit. I'Sf lii t 11 i i \ ' . - u i . : . i . 1 tii 5 He- i . ii;t' uusiL'in't! M..I , t not In- nfVctid* (»1I ut' SH'-ll iM'MHIHlDp-.il ',,!! v ' r jU'i* people \vli.i lliinl; tl ••• ••' '.: are proper subjects for j"k«x. a m i \VNpap''i- ",'uii^ir ^a''. )/ Jisll sm-li iti-ms on jLMotiyfK'MS n 1 ! thorily. x' wish it • 'ti tun- U •-• ' tho pr. I-.-: M r- I i. at ifji. \\- --. i !' * * *> n 1ho public at and I d A ! *•*•••• > : . «»>,. . . , _.. ..^ J irror Say ? t -J r. \ i"!;)' l inly r«-|inrt a t iit^ it • nuiy !M- j!ijxi<-;j '> s-'" tluil nd trli the n in.!, nf halt 1 I nit if von >' :. : < j >s hair with possi- •r \vill lmv«- 1o rL'th'ct, A til 1 < < 1 s; i 1 \v;tl i The Original Resuedy that "Kill the Dandruff Germ." M EDNA IV^INE , wiiii known to In- it hiiiMi \vth ( .f Muls «'t' 1 of tii*"-* S<')>;M''''>IN .ulaniis, ness of tlk- haii 1 . h aN< tciuls *lo\vn tin' fulli.'!,- and t hi' hair •is mutt* » \ • t •-( • liiiir injury •'iini hair loss, is LM riu iliseast.'. It is raftscd hy an •hanu'lt'i* that iiinls hMluuirnt in This growth disturhs th... IT fXfi'ssivo oilin«*ss n»- t-xtrciuo tlrv- u s up the papilla, f. TIic value dinar. Its of pr.n-.^s that cx^ s i"(i'< are loos- • •*, *** ' i > fo • T i * \vill r-ort'eet ;he !iair EDNA VINE T * ' I F - . . 1 ll ev V n] the > i i'H \ h I [t j N • \v i i 1 1 • l ! ! s ' !, in i M ' ., \ i • t" t 1 a: t > Ii T \ all •^ fr cth - n tin hair I F 1 t - i M , \ , i COMPANY, Dept. L, Det.-oit. ify will . \\V prom is* 1 p..; i u not i») rush u I -50 not t-. ,ir,i t * i. tl;t Store : j !i you c ; ji! fur Herpi .it pi-otoiru'nt barber shops HUGHES H. 0. HARNESS With J. W. BrocKrr.an Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phono Main 232 BuKorsneld, Cal I .ind j i drive can GENTLE HOESES. alwoys linv on h;ind 1 _>rs(-s lhat I \\'i)i lind e' • './ aiui sp.'ir. .niton! our s;t:n>lr'S, >es jiood nninials, ,'ind oar- ojihs, snrrcys, etc, etc., in good running order ;dl tiie time. W. T. RATLIFP Cor 21st and t Sts Tel. Main 88 • i o \ 11 checKing account with has tlon hat wil great affairs adj you such sha have you 19th and Stree 5 CHESTER AVENUE * NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop, First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, f Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Flo.'¥ al Designs. Orders promptly filled f Corner Sixth St. and Chester A*-e. f Ph*ne f Main 745 ^I* •** 4* .5* * *• **• > * A A *** *, * *^i~ jfc i i i i i i ^^A ^ J.™ ™ ™ SWEET BROS. Are Agents for THE ALBANY NURSERIES If you w-oil iti.^thlntf In tlio nursery lino .'*><' tJiom at. tholr J'anrh onposito ProdtH.-ers 1 Hennery on BeanlHU-y ciinal. Writ*.' them Uural No, 1, Mox s. Or call them ii]», Illack Fi •:• •:« .. .. .. • •• •• *• •• •• •• OLD EELJfABLE f 8 N YD El JACKBON Painting in nil branches. Interior Deoorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTINa SIGNS Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall 8t •akcrtfleld

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