The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 7, 1908 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 7, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALTFORNIAN MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1908. tfte Balwsfldd CaltTorntait Issued Every Evening but Sundays nt il. Kern County, Callfornln. Official Paper Butered In Postofflce nt Baker.flcl'!. Cal., as Second-do BR Mnll Matter. §0 con Is a month; 15 a Year In Artv m" ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Monday, Dec. 7 DEAR TOM:To think of good, delicious candy is to want a box of Gruenhagen 1 s. At Meroneys. BILL Telephone Main 31 MONDAY, DECEMBER A GREAT ACHIEVEMENT The result of Tnjr Day in link- ersfielclj|Wa« what was to have beon expected—what was expected by every IJnkcrslicltlim wlio known the people here HIM] is fii- miliar with '/their laiyc bearted genoroHit.r. AH f'nlit'oruiun coin- mnnitit'H are generous. Every one -of them may be relied upon to re•pond liberally to tlie call for aid .for worthy purposes Ft was generous of Fresno to contribute $3000 on Tag Day there for charity. BtocktoniniiH were liberal when they rawed $2121.10 cm a wim- ilar occasion and for a .similar purpose. San Jose citi/ens generously bought tags to the amount of $2600 in nid of the Associated Charities. No one will say that all these contributions did not represent a generous sentiment; yet it rermuned for the people of Hak- ersfield to reach the hiah water mark in tlie measure of their giving, and in proportion to its people this city outdid any coimiiimi- ty in the wtate. With n population of but little more than lO.IKHI men. women and children, nearly $5000 were contributed in Hakersfield and Kem to provide a home for tlu Children's Shelter. With some assistance from the outlying and smaller towns, the amount will pass the .*~>000 mark. That is to say. in a canvass for funds nmoiitf A population not in excess of 15,000, the tiitf day $5000. To this must be added the donation of two acres of land in the heart of the city, hy one of the city's founders, Mrs. F. A. Tracy.) a yift that approaches in value $6000. thus hrin^iiif.' the total eon- tribution up to $11.000. Hut ivekoninn only the cash eol. letted. Bakcrslield's tair day yield ed more than doulil ton, with twice tin is 1"0 per cent jji amount San .lose claims to be the the San Joaquin V of a worthy cau.-.c illation eontrilui! than did the pei , Compnrisons are ions, ami they are the purpose of N|II wide is the measui in this community cause. The city ai number of homeless provide for. The \\\der the name of ti Shelter, supported by iii'luidi Kiibseriptions, has a Ian. 1 - place the hearts of the people. A when it was proposed )•> liinl i money IVr a permanent home t these little ones there was nna moiis and instimtaiici Ilow unanimous, the i unlay's tau- day test! eral were our people that the home will so ity. Tlir i.iinl is pi'i,' generous dmior. and ihe peopb have supplied tl i'.sh f,,r ih> buildiiuj. It Was ;i -;•,',,t \\,,"'- :,.;.! |; ,-,.. eets untoM i tviiii in..,i, < i, ..,,,.,,,. Wasco. ! Aionzo CaUlwell and wife to George 1 \V. \VliHo, $275; lots 27 and 28, block '134, Mojave. Frances H. Dennis to Wllford Dcn- r.K $150(1; lot 29, block 56, Drury addition, Kern. Sntne to same, $1500; lot nr>, Drury addition, Kern. Same to same, $1600; lot 56; Drury addition, Kern. Snrne to same, $1600; lot 55, Drury addition, Kern. Same to came, $1600; lot 13, block 66, Drury addition. Kern. T. W. Helm and wife to Laura B. McCully, $10; lots 9 and 10, block 44«, BaXersfleld. 20, block 9, block 6, block J. B Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street Gave Good En- jMelodrama at tertainment Opera House ON THE NIGHT OF JAG DAY (Continued from Page I.) Mr. Jiwtro dumped a sack of coin on the desk. A count showed that the round up yielded $:!50. Hilly Home was also dressed l.i female attire, and he rustled during the evenlnx to puriKwo, turning In a round Hum to tho committee in the of his evening's labors. .1. J. Goodwin. Hen Sill, Pete Wilson and the rent of the Goodwin commlttm- came In with $130 after a canvass of three hours and the other men's committee* all came back with fat contributions to the fund. The Gold Tag. At 9 o'clock N. R. Solomon, In tbe presence of a big crowd mounted a stand on the sidewalk in front of the American Jewelry Company's store and started the auction on the gold tag- Somebody started ,lt at $5 nnd ROSBDALE, Dec. B.—The entertain, ment given by the choir of the Con Tin man:! I ..i Salle Company under th« . n >nt of C. (!. Barr. will ap- drama, the vain by night was a grand success. The' program was excellent and well rendered. The duet entitled "Smarty" by Misses Minnie Wlegand and Delmar Phillips was worthy of special mention. The solos by Miss Burnett, ,,' (in v ; Mr. Mauser and Mr. George were i lmr; ,,j ( . v. Mrs. Uees' recitation was greatly a lav-'- < enjoyed. It was well rendered and as her avei an encore she gave James Whltcomb Klloy'a "Sweetheart." A shadow pantomime, a boxing match between Herold Miller and Ivan Wlegand, brought j shouts of laughter. At the conclusion , of this part of the program the laughable farco entitled "Pipes and Perdition," was given. Archie Burnett made an excellent Vane Valentine, devoted to his pipes, which his bride of two weeks, Alice (Miss Allen) Is desperately opposed to. Miss Jessie Bur. nett made the hit of tne evening in her "maiden aunt," Miss Rebecca Muloch, and acted her part to perfection. Mr. Renfro as Weeks, the valet, also devoted to pipes, was good. At the conclusion of the play coffee, cake and sandwiches were served and one of The Scout's Revenge." In 10 this stirring melodrama, • A ny wll appear In pleasing between acts, accompanied nvui orchestra. This com- i carries its own band and a ts liiven at noon, which drew rowd io the corner of Ches•!i>. and Hith street. This iMMipany will only remain In son in (•' ! evetiitu vers.ual. fill pita.i Hon:aiic< be an ••* erybndy n ni:;ht stands. On Tuesday his company will display Its v by presenting the delight ; co of the south, "A Southern " Tills company is said to •rpUniKilly clever one and ev- ; promised an evening of rare tills was (illicitly raised to $20 and then the bids ran higher, until C. A. Harlow offered a hundred dollars In behalf of the Woodmen of the World, but the figure went even hlgber and the tac was dually sold to Miss Moury of Stockton for $i:iti. Auction at Hotel. H. K. Ni'vins, an agent for the American Biscuit Company, held another successful auction In at the Southern I in the (-venlnir. A number of ruer- (chains contributed articles for sale, i ,'ii 1 •• n'-at sum wns re;ili/ed. Chinnmen Liberal. Mrs. T. \ Baker bad splendid sue -ss in <"l>.in;>to\vn. The ivic-<ti:il.- dn't ' -avi'\" ai Mrsl, Imt when ihe> •in I "lit « li'ii i' " as all about, ihe\ !!, •• .. I Mrs B.ilvT up Io give IH-I • .'I ;n: i'i" .iin.l caii.-o Put tho Money Away. I '- T '.. -.I:',!- ':' llVJljrk, till' Collllllll- '•.-. •! i! lab-irs. The nicliles and !:i. - 'I'.'- ! ;; Idi: si'ck, and the '-;ol ! i ! -'ii-i-i-:- ,il:-'i m.idf a brav .\ !••••. i I". 1 , a,.in carrb'd i he ,cl, way up town, and then Fred •in'h'v ri-iii'Veii him. The coin was ! I-M ••! ttie \<\:' sal'i' at the Mon'e i:!u I'M -,'fi- Ueepin:.: for tlie night.. Bartenders Give $25.00. Sa'')"'lay (\enlin; ihe Hartienders 'iii n :r-i |i. a L'uo I si/ed conirlbutlon 'iv ! !i" •'•••• .i-ntalion of thi'ir I'heek for .< '" the most pleasant as well as profitable evenings of the season -was spent. Mr. Burnett deerves special mention for his excellent management of the entire affair. Amoa Weller will entertain all of his friends Monday evening, Dec. 7, with a grand house warming In his fine new store. Rosedale may well be proud of this fine building, which would do credit to a much larger town. The building is 30x70 The entire front is of heavy glass. H presents a tine appearance. CHAMP CLARK NOW LEADER OF MINORITY. COFFEE Why doesn't your gfro- cer moneyback everything? Can't get the goods or the money. Your rroccr rcturni your money Ifyoi *o»t- Uke Schilling'! Beit: we p»y him Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chou Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakenfield. "Hans and Nix. \ lefieshiiiK novelty is announced to' open at the HaUersfield opera house on \Ve.lnesday evening, in the shape of that delimit ful farce comedy "Hana and Nix". This comedy when present-Mi l.v Hixon anil Bernard last year made a I > IK hit and since that time it has l"-Ti vastly improved. "Too Proutf to Beg." Lincoln .1- Carter's latest and best mnster:>li">e. -Too Proud -to Bes," will be ai !lu.' Satiinl The during theate and e ance man> Uukursfield opuru house on ai'ternoon and evening. ay was put on for one week >'first season at Mr. Carter's the- Criterion, In Chicago— vone who saw the perform- iiie in slowing terms of its ifrestins; features anil novel The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 . . Rose Stahl in the "Chorus Lady. "I lie I'cmr scenes presen'ed in the ••cinnK Laily," in w'nifh Hose Siahl is sia: inn, are us original as thev are intf 1 - .-'inu'. Miss Stalil will app' 1 :.!' at I iii' Haker.sfieM iipf.-ii house on Monday, December Mtli. Champ Clark of Missouri was on Saturday evening chosen lender of the I/einocratlc minority in the House of Representative:', succeeding John! Sharp Williams, who will represent I Mississippi in the Seriate. j _ _ j FOR SALE | EUCALYPTUS TREES i 3,000,000, Leading Varieties ' [•lucalypttts Land ami Tiinli'Ti n'y, Kdward I'. Cribb, ['res. | \V. S. : i iiiiti licr. Se.•'(!,. 12:i So. j Broathvav, l.os At'.uclfs. Cal. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. Jones Carter's Hotel, Maricopa Bakersfield Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 leilhet&laylor (food veirotablrs arc hard to' fret these days. The local supply is limited: the rest is old. We keep a fresh supply always on hand. Oive us a trial und be convinced. 1423 19th S. Phone Main 401 us approval, esull nt' Sat ' '|es. Si I lill- iii uiviiiii 1 , II he a I'eal- ii 1111 I".' (Hie The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street. CITRUS TREES Vavel:-,. Valencia.-;. \'.i\:< ti'i'i-s. Sweet and SOIM- 'i !.i"iintis bndM Melcclc,! I'nnn clioici 1 !•" iraime SEED BED STOCK. 1'allns '-,:.. e lor DHr.on R. F. O. ' SOUTHERLAND NURSERY, F.ii.'Dihbi n\v. FKIPI. .PASADENA l Ilii; IN .'••; CAL. LAWRENCE CHENOWETH WAS yERO or * * Lawrence K. t'henoweth, toxt-bnol; clerk In the <dlire of State Sup( i rlnt( ndeut of Public Instruction Hyatt, proved one of l he bc'.ocs of "Tat; Day." lie did not buy the gold tag, I'U; he was present »t tho auction and saved at least one citizen frniii injury. Mr. Chciioweih was standing at the i di;e of the crowd when a frehle old 'man started edging his way through tho throns over tin- ; r.|iprry street. A man In a buggy was coming from tho opposite direction, holding in lilts M'iiltnl horse, The aged man stopped on a bit of mud and fell almost under the feet of the horse. Mr. Chenoweth Hprang forward, grasped the man's arm and pulled him from until r the animal. It was all done in an Instant, but words of approval and praise came from many of those who witnetised the act. REAt ESTATE TRANSFERS. A "HOOSIER" Cabinet Given ON NEW YEAR'S DAY WE WILL GIVE TO ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS THE FINE "HOOS I£R" CABINET WHICH YOU CAN SEE IN OUR WINDOW. COME IN WHEN YOU ARE UP TOWN AND WE WILL EXPLAIN TO YOU HOW TO BECOME THE WINNER. Groceries "We have t ii< :i . is complete ami \\-i ploasod to luiM 1 y L'ive us an ori|i-r i'o in tlie grocery lin Our stock iii' !i'| ways kept up to aril. Xow ilia t time is near ami y put in a siipp tliinjjH to ent ami i worry about whe vr(»inir to get it. member Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. r Patent. United Status to John H. Powers; aouthwc'Kt quarter section 17, 25-19. Deed*. Mary V. Creasy to J. W. Morris and J. 0. Upton, $10; west half of southwest quarter section 32, 25-25. Amos B. Wlthey and wite to L*vl D. J*n»ou, 9101 loli 3 on* 4, block B, Golden Gate Coffee Always Buy Jessie Moore Whiskey DYER A JONES Quality—clean—perfect Your jrooer will grind It- better if ground »t born*—not boo flue. t GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE UANDJfttnK OP SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Pevmll and Elfla Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect IW rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HHART OP THE CITY Free bna meete all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Bills car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe- and gentle horses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and span about our stables, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. RATLIPF Cor 21st and < Sts Tel. Main 88 < '^^lNi TRAINS LEAVE V^Atr^lSa BAKERSFIELD \ >*.TJ' / .^-. '' Leave for A.M. | P.M. Antloch Berkeley . . . Chicago Corcoran .... Denver Fresno Grand Canyon Hanford Kansas City. Johonnesb'rg Merced Oakland .... Oakdale Richmond .. . SanFrancisco Searchlight . Stockton .... Tulare Visa I la . Yosemlte .... :55 8:20 ":f>o 8:20 :30 9:00 :55 8:20 :30 9:00 : 5S S : 20 :30 9:C' :65 8:20 :hO 9:00 :30 :55 8:20 :55 8:20 :55 8:20 :55 S:20 :30 :05 8:20 S:20 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 Fur detail information phone or call on, N. J. HUDSON, Agent. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus. $25,000 If it's for home use, it's the best—and for a drink »t tlie bur, it's the one you should always ask for. Have a «holco In whls- l;ey—always buy the beet, Jessie Moore, celebrated the world over for Its purity. If you don't know this whiskey, it's time you were getting acquainted with it. Always bear the name iu mind, Jessie Moore— —and whiskey satisfaction will be yours. Fred Gunther Co. I Family Trade Solicited Store and Wareroorm 1518 18th *tNo bor ettaobed. »8» A cheoKing account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you will find it a great aid ic your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased in have you open one and test it fo^ yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Street*. PAYNE ;4 SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULAGNE Phone Answered Day OP Night A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 nnd 24, block 39, on Q »treet, between Kins and Baker streets, Kern. Price $450. .Terms If declred, $150 first payment; balance 1. 2, 3 years. Write to Leigh Thornton, 631 North Boylston Street, Los Angeles, California. OLD UUABLE Painters 8NYUER & JAOKBON Painting in all branohet. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 11M 1M7 Wall ft •akcrafleld. Cal.

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