The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, November 28, 1908
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TTTV. t» A inilt>eStMTtST T\ n « THE BAKERHFIKLD OALIFOUNIAN -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1B08. A 1 , l-fi c table Preparation for As situating theToodandHeguIa- ilic Stomachs and Bowels of Promote s "EHgeslion.Cheerful- nessandRest.Contalns neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. NOT NAHC OTIC. A perfect Remedy forConsUpa- tion. Sour StotMch.Diatrhoea Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature •& NEW YORK. EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of Small Advertisemets Inserted in the Californian will bring results -~- Classified a<K t'uve lines, three times. 2."it Ads Make your wants known through this medium ::: publicity throe lin pays. mo week. ">0e Pay Phono .Main :il.- ATTORNEYS FRATERNAL E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law Room 2!>, Hank of BakersBeld building. Telephone Main 240. GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Office, Btoner oulldlng, corner Chester avenue and 17th stroot. Telephone Main 67. THOS. 800TT Attorney and Counselor at Law Office nv«r th« Bank of PHYSICIANS Use For Ovei Thirty Years CASTORIA TMt CCMTAUn COMPANY. NEW VONK CITT. First Shop (llrl—Miss Blank Is so! away. Second .Shop Girl—Is she leavini; for pood? First Slioj) Girl—No; for better or worse.—Brooklyn Life. MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 60 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered, Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cal. DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Einhalmors. Successors to Morton & Connolly. ], a ,ly Attendant. 1414 19th It! RED CROSS AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main V). The Poultry and E(jg Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs, Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street 8. L. MACK, Cashier S. W. Wible, President J. J. MACK, Vice President. Q. J. PLANZ, AssL Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors— S. W. Wlble, S. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. General Banking, Domestic aPorelgn Exchange. Letters of Crellt. Tho officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their fx- perlonce or observation to all ppersons desiring Information on matters of business. C. L. CONNKIl, President H. McDONALD, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. ' Bakersfield, California. Solicits accounts of individuals, companies and corporations. ROUGH DRY Did You Know |We will call for your family washing, wish mid iron all sheets, (towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. [starch all pieces that require (starching and return to you for [only 6 cents per pound ¥ If you are in a hurry telephone [for us to call Friday morning [and luivo them returned Saturday 'evening. Give MB a trial. Satisfaotion^uarauteed. Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY All roads lead to 0. N. JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS Phone, M§ln 858, 1301 Nineteenth St, BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phono Main 414' DR~ Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence 301-2-3, Producers Savings building. Hours from 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to4 and 7 to 9 p m. Office and residence telephone Main CO. B. P. 0. E. No. 266—Bakersfleld Lodge No :i',G, B. P. O. E. meets overy •M'^'Iay night at 7:30 at Odd Felid-,-. Hall, Chester s.venue. Visiting Dr.•'')•.-'ti cordially luvlted to attend. lm':f:on every other Tuesday. (•in A. Lee, E. H.; C S. Meroney, ?-•.. r-'ary. " The Californian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week - 50o Five lines, three days 25o FRATCRNAL ORDER EAGLES, A' •:. •• No. 93, meets every Wednen da. .veiling at 8 o'clock at Eagle ;.. '. 19th street. Visiting breth- ce cordially Invited to attend, '"itzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, tary. r>'ii S. WANTED KNIGHTS OF PYT.'-JIAS—Kern'Lodge! No Tii, meets every Wednesday ev- i enij^r at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. P. Hall.! A cordial Invitation to visiting I Knights. ' DEGREE ^F"HONOR \YANTKH~Liidy or gentleman of fair education to travel for a lliv of hoiift'liold articles and specialties. Salary $:',.50 per day above's AddroHs Tho Alexander Stti>!>lj Company, UJO Dearborn street, Chicdaio 111. 100 j FOR SALE—JCfliaCELLANEOUi FOR SALE—Complete furniture of live housekeeping rooms. Inquire tit this office. 108 DR. R. B. REE8 Physician and Surgeon. Rooms li and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drui; store. Phone Main 364. VAI.KM'INE LODGE, No. 78. D of H. -M'V>r.s first and third Fridays In ea- !i month at A. O. U. W. hall at S i' ui. Visiting members cordially ln\ •'••'!. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe. C. of H. Mr.- Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. DR. CHAS. A. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon Office. Kish idock, rooms 11 and 12. Office hoars 1! to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to S ;i m Phones, office, Main 150; iv.sld..>ii(v Main 973. DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th St.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfield. Office phone Main 247. Res. jphone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p m. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. DR. L. M, CAIN Physician and Surgeon. McKlttrick, Cal. Office and residence, Little Hotel. 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 Bunk bulldtiiK. DR. A. F. SCHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Olnco, rooms 1, 2, 3. and 4, Oil and ' Stock Exchange building. Office hours I from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by ap- ! polntments only. DR. P. W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 300, Producers Bank building. Office hours from 11 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m. Telephone Malu C(>2. Res. Main 012. DOCTOR FOWLER Physician and Surgeon Office aud Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and fi, Hopkins Building. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office hours, 10 a. m. to li. in.; 2 to 4 p. m. Phone Main 249. JUSTICE LODGE, Nc. 0:, A. O. U. Wt — N!' »ts every Thb:-. j 1,)y evening at 8 ;. n; , A. O. U. \V. Hali, No. 1621 Niiii'toetuh street. Visiting men> b'.". - ••'irdially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. \V. Curtzwiler. Reuorfler. IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— T;.; ••'•',••* Tribe. No. 154, permanent ad :I"-D Box 7;'.l. Meets every Wedin lay at S p. m. in the Workman l!:iH. Nineteenth street. Visiting nii'inl.i.Ts cordially invited. J. M, Hali.'i-t'elde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. K' R WANTED—By Japanese school boy, situation to do any kind of work between school hours. Address George, care of the Californian. 1<J5 FOR SALE—About 750 sheep, two mules, wagon, horse and of tier articles, property of the, late M. R. Astevedo. For particulars inquire of John Enos, box 91, Bakersfleld. lot WANTED—Work In private family by young girl; good character. Address A. B. C. this office. 105 FOR SALE—One heating stove, for coal or wood. Inquire at 1113 Baker street, Kern. 105 WANTED—A lady stenographer. Address Bin 4, Bakersfleld, Cal., stating experience. tt WANTED—By colored man, more odd jobs of any kind: leave orders tit the Valley Exchange or phone Main :;1S. 100 FOR RELIABLE HELP—Ring up Main 218, Buckeye Employment Agency, C. C. Scrlbner & Co., pro pi'letors. The best of male and fe male help on the shortest possible notice. 1234 19th street, Walters Hotel. BaKurafleld. Cat. tl FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lod^e No. 5S, Fraternal Broth- crimed, meets on the first xad third Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m.. in K. of P. hall, In Kern City. H. II. Brown, President; tl. O. Libby. Treasurer. KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Visiting com pan Ions cordially inntted. E. 'A. FRIANT, H. P. ORDER OF OWLS—Bakersfleld nest No 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. in., at Maud's hall. Visiting members cordially Invited. W. S. Renfro. president; Joe Mackey, secretary. ODD FELLOWS. WANTED—Men and strongs boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades by actual wovk. electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Ninth, Los Angeles. tf SOUTHERN KITCHEN—Open 5 a. m. close 11 p. in. Corner of 20th and K streets. Regular meals, breakfast from G a. m. till 9; lunch from 12 till 2; dinner from 6 p. m. till 8. Short orders after each meal time. 102 WANTED—Millinery apprentices. Ap ply at Geelan Millinery at once, 1329 Nineteenth street. tf KKIiN LODGE NO. 202, I. O. O. F.— Regular meetings every Saturday evciiiin;. S o'clock. Every fifth Saturday in a month, sociay night. Sojourning brethren are always welcome nt our meetings. T. P. Pinnell. N. O.; .T. W. Crosland, secretary. P. O. Box 52. * LESSER HIRSHFELD Real Estate and Fin Insurance. Roon 5, Conkltn bulldlng,1926 Cheater Av» NOTICE—Have you any live stock ! for sale? If so list it with me and I will endeavor 1 to find you a buyer. Am in touch with buyers every day. Small commission. R. J. Rose, at Kern County Creamery, tf _ _ [WANTED—Second cook and waitress In oil fields hotel Telephone Main 147. tf FOR SALE—Ono pool table, two box ball alleys. Turf Pool Hall. 102 FOR SALE—One Colyumbiis cut surrey. New, rubber-tired. Apply P. O. box 37, Bakersfleld. 'tf HIGHEST CASH PAID for old rags, sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and copper, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Telephone Main 799. tf. FOR SALE—ADout 1UU fons of first cutting alfalfa; puitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at tho Dave Hlrshfeld. tf FOR SALE—One span of work mares; seven jind nine years old; both in foal; weight about .1150 pounds. Also one span of work mares, three years old; both in foal, weighing 1300 pounds; one* span of black driving mares, weighing 100<> qoimds; 3 and four years old; one saddle pony weighing Sfld pounds, 4 years old. Inquire at Union Shoeing Shop, be tween 20th and 21st street on K street. " tf BIBLE'S CYCLERY. SECOND HAND MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE 1 Racycle $115.00 1 Light $125.00 1 R. S $150.00 Bible's Cyclory, ISO" Chester avenue. Phone Main 850. tc FOR SALE—A good work team of young mares, gentle; and four head of young horses, gentle and halter broke. Inquire A. C. Tibbet, Bak- ersfleld. Phone Farmers 93. 106 FOR' SALE—Laying hens, at the Poultry and Egg Exchange, 2115 Q street, Main f>:i?,. 101 FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE W, W. KELLY. Real Estate ancf Insurance Room 4, up stairs, earner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phone Main 149. Business address Phone 161, THE MAJESTIC. WANTED—Old furniture to be made like new. CARPETS CLEANED AND I.AYED. Upholstering in all branches. Mattresses made over and returned the same day. C. C. Crowell, Main o!)S; shop 'Jini K street. tf LOKT AND FCUNL) NIGHT RIDER SCARE OVER IN KENTUCKY. MOPKINSVILLK, K.v ., Nov. 27.— ['be withdrawal of troops from the rider" region in Western Ken was lu'uun today. The first [•amp was at Hiokman. where a fam ly of negroes had l«een murdered. Soldiers left county this lift Titoon and those at i'rlnci inn, tiracey, I'obh, DiiWHon and otin ; pi. ices will iireak eamp tomorrow, i; left at Murray and K.|,l mditloii.s are still re^i ical. Many protests haw K ,-\\ sent to (iovernor Wtllson amiin~; :in- removal of llii' troops by cii i.-.'i; , who f,, ur the •lards will be '• • Hie. whore i •!'• I as crit night rider uotlvlty \\ill !., snmed. J7.~- Two near the a severe idol's last •n by tho work. ; further up I by a band ini to run until nut WAVHHLY, Tenn boys named liaKi'i, Tennessee River. \\, whipping by mask.-, nitUil for the re.-i.Mii riders, that they \M .John \\'alker. wlic the river, was also of riders, \vlio force lie was exhausted. w'n!e they cut at him with whips. H.. « as 10 ),i i u , ),.,,) been talklns; too mini,. Small Wallace accepted an Invitation to a parly, as follows: Deal' Louise - I will mine to your party if it don't rain" it hen thinking that lie tulfihi liave lo slay ;it home in thai case)—"and If it does-."—Tho De- llonatr. • Visalia Will Protest Game A Visalia dispatch to the Fresno Republican says Captain Townsenj of the local football team has announced that a protest would probably be entered with the league management regarding the forward pass used by Bakersfield In the game played In thla city Thanksgiving day which preceded the successful goal kick which won tho game for the southern team. Tho amended rules constructed at Ann Arbor conference a year ago provlda that a forward pass may inn ho made over center or within five yards (;n either side thereof. A protest was made to Referee McKinley at tho lime the pass was made, but without avail, and Bakersfleld was not penal. I/' 1 ,| An effort will be made to have the game declared a tie. A protest will also be made by tho 1\>' tervllle team, which played a 0 to 0 inline with the sturdy Dinuba leain, chaining that two at least of the Alta town boys used Insulting language on 'he Held and engaged in rowdy tac- LOST—Near car barn, a plain hick ory cane circles around it cut with knife. Very valuable to the owner. Flhder please call up 005 or leave cane at Duncan's store, Bakersfleld or at Wblttaker's fruit si ore, Kern. 105 LOST—Wednesday, between Chester Ave. and Nineteenth St., and Truxtun Ave., and P St., a quartz pin; old fashioned setting. Finder call up Main 875. 104 STRAYED—From L and First streets one black and white pig weighing between 25 and fiO pounds. Had small torn place In one ear. Finder will please telephone Main 205. 101 FOB RENT 'FOR RENT—Large front room suit) able for two gentlemen. Apply 401 H street, Kern. 102 PASTURAGE—1 wo miles from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year nround. Telephone Main 135. tf FOR EXCHANGE— I own an equity of $-1000 in a house and lot in Oakland that is producing a good rental. The property is worth SflOOO. I will exchange it for good land with water. Address "G" this office. ' 102 FOR SALK—l good mure mule r> years old; fine leader for bi.u team, 1 good all purpose mare, w,?i;;ht 120(1 pounds; 1 good d'-ivin.n mine, weight 10(10 pounds; 11! 'iue Jersey heifers, with second call': all are well bred, some are eligible to u-s- istration. For particul-irs call on R. .1. Rose, a'. Kern Co. Creuuvry 102 $10 REWARD will be paid for the return of the bicycle stolen from In front of the Kern Valley Bank Nov. 12. Pierce, cushion frame; color, black; coaster brake, nickle-plated spring fork, Persons saddle. Number 123446. Return to Kern Valley Bank. 105 FOR SALE OR LEASE—For crystal- led and all kinds of gypsum, Fullers earth, c"inent clay, pain clays of all colors, china clay, pattery clay and all kinds of clays, ailuresn William Harmon Aj Co., Bakersfield, Cal. Ji>7 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. Wnlser, Walkers liasin, P. O. address, Pl»u5- *s*ra County, Cal. 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. Mooro, room 11, Hopkins BIdg. 101 NOTICE—Notice Is hereby given that H. O. Robinson has disposed of the Turf pool room at 1403 Nlnetee.-.-;!; street, to Dover & Cook. All persons having claims against said place of business may present same on or before November 25, 1908. WELL BORER. •!• J. H. KEEFE •5- Well Borer. Work Guaranteed * 3917 Chester Ave. * t * * * JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Bureau, first class help furnished; male or female, for hotels, restaurants, housework, etc. Ranch hands and laborers furnished on short notice, day or contract. A. S, Tiikay- ama, 2100 L at. Phono Maiu 507!. FURNITURE BOUGHT AND ~ SOLD WINTERS, BRIDGES, SIMPSON CO., 1800 K street, phone Main 1B4; new and second hand furniture bought and sold; houses furnished on easy Installments; furniture rented monthly; special graniteware and kitchen utensils. 2fic. tf B. J. C'URNOW, well borer (formerly of 'he firm of Ournow & Keere) ar- tes'iiu and surface walls. Tanks bui'> and put up. Address Bakers- fieM R. F, D. No, 2. Phone Farmers 'SI. tf R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopklnt BIdg Phono Main 433 Bakertflald Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HAOKLEY B04-7 Merchants' Trust BIdg Los Angeles, Cal. Patents TEN ACRES, $50 CASH—Balance $1 per month. Price $25 per acre. No taxes, no Interest. No risk. Profits certain. Located half mile, from R. R. station, six miles from Bakersfield. 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 be 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 i nerved. SUNSET REALTY CO., I Fresno, Cal. tf 'FOR SALE—I have listed with me for sale several lota of milk cows of from 10 to 90 h-ad. Also other stock. For information call on ma at Kern County Creamery. R. J. Rose. tf EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When you want reliable help of any kind call up THE BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. We also employ Chinese aud Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 FOR SALE OR RENT—Fall-view ranch, containing JCu acres, near Rosedale. All under cultivation, good water right from the Calloway canal. John A. Fry, !)02 Chester avenue, corner of &th street, Bak- ersfleld. toi FURNISHED ROOMS—Single or in housekeeping suites, with gaa ana electric lights. Hot and cold baths and use of telephone free. The Willow, 1223H 19th street. E. L. Willow, proprietor. tf V S

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