The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 8, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 8, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1908. Our Toy Dapartment is now in Full Swing If you want to get the best toys for the least money, get them at Welll's. Our assortment is large, complete and Includes every kind of a toy that a youngster might want to make him happy. If you're wise, you'll start Christmas toy shopping now and here. maMer at length and then deferred action until next meeting to allow the city attorney and engineer a chance ;o re-word the troublesome passage to fit the VroQB>»n act. Notification ot tli9 salO of the liquor hutlnpsa at 1919 "54 street to W. E. 'Cllve by T. Brl^tiatidy was made and ... l'!l<J transfer p{ the license prayed for, v ""'"' ri '• " 'if was referred to the regular commit- At the meeting of the City Trustees tee. last night Truxtun Beale made an I The transfer prayed for rrdfH Thos. offer to Improve College Green ac-i O'Brien to T. B. Rice, was referred to Plans for Beale Park the same committee. Tho transfer of the license held by Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC The Southern Bakersfleld's Leading Hot*} Cuisine, Service Unvxcellod cording to the plans he has In mind, for the sum of $5000. The offer was In ............. ... ... — . ------- ~- ...... < the nature of a blfl but when the J tho Gold estate for the Reception sa- rustees Informed Mr. Beale that no | loon to Joe Carey was granted. action of that kind, caling for the ex- 1 An offer for the sale of the fire bell pendlture of a sum of money, could bo j which has long been at the Santa Fc aken without advertising and calling depot has been received from the city 'or bids, Mr. Beale tentatively with- ! of Hlchmond. Tho northern city of- clrcw his communication until the i fers $ino for the noise producer but ard takes action. In a communication accompanied by specifications and a blue print of the proposed park, Mr. Beale offered to do the Improvement work for $5000. Should the cost be In excess of this amount Mr. Beale promises to stand the additional expense and should he expend less than $5000, the surplus will be returned to the park fund. Mr. Bealp will give his time and expenses free of charge. "I don't want to profit a single ' cent by the work," said Mr. Beale. i Total ................... $114,630.23 All I want 1s to have my plans carried ; DISBURSEMENTS: through." i WpiTonts paid, Oct ........ $ 7,416.24 The board assure'd Mr. Beale that I™ 1 °» lian <3 Oct 31 ..... 107.2SS.n9 the city engineer could be instructed to draw up the official plans and specifications needed In advertising for bids, in accordance with those prepared by Mr. Beale. j "f do not want a monopoly of the jlildding," explained Mr. Beale, "but I am very anxious to be the one selected to do the work." City Clerk Llghtner explained that ! the shortest possible time allowed by ! law for advertising and calling of bids | Is ten days. The motion will undoubt- i jedly, be considered. at the next board. (meeting. The specifications are as follows- • ! ' The Specifications, | « Tennis court-A plot of ground to • ^ }( ^ fi _ , nm , 8 _ ln be left in southwest corner of ground, , addition, lot 8 beginning at extreme southwest corner, running north 150 feet, to point on map umbered 1, thence east 1S5 feet to point numbered 3, thence south to southern boundary of park. The above ground to be covered with three inches of good gravel, rolled and tamp- etl. This plot to be subdivided when ground is in shape Into four tennis i courts with the regulation wire net- GEELANi Millinery 1329 19th Si. Visit Bakersfleld's Finest Millinery Shop and see our grand showing of New York's latest models. Ota- prices 23 per cent less than elsewhere. We carry an ex- •eptionaHy lar^e line of shapes and trimmings. AVe make a specialty of remodeling. Bring in your old liats or trimmings and have a new hat made of them. FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF if yon have any doubts about the superiority of our process of dyeing or cleaning by testing it on an old suit of clothing, a delicate. evening gown or waist, or anything that lias become soiled or faded in the wearing. We also give genuine satisfaction in (he beanty and thoroughness of out work, and ni the moderateness of our charges. , Pioneer Cleaners &ud Dyers"" A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office. 1519 19th St.. Phone Main 171 Worka. 129-133 20th St. Phone Man.. 168 THIS IS THE CAR HAVE YOU SEEN IT? It has been In preparation for flve years, awaiting the time when the plant could be brought to the point ot capacity aatl perfection which would make it possible at such a price. There la not an ounce of uncertainty or experiment In this marvelous thirty horse power car at fifteen hundred and fifty dollars, because It do- rives its being from twenty thousand other Cadillac cars which have preceded it. It springs Immediately Into full-fledged competition with the best of others at twice and thrice the price, because It Is the outcome and evolution of a factory equipment, uud a factory experience that has coat millions In the making. Place your order now. First car load ahjady sold. We have a few second hand bargains. ' Cadillac, one cylinder, 1907 two cylinder Tourist. Two Cylinder Reo, with top. (Trade for horses). Two cylinder Maxwell. Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. 19th and 0 Tel. Main 1260 first wishes to try It. If H proves unsatisfactory the bell will be ship- pod back to this city, Richmond pay- Incr tin- freight both ways. Treasurer's Report. City Treasurer Weabfir made his report for the month of October as fol lows: RECEIPTS: Cash en hand Oct. 1 $114.488.98 Polirp court fines 152.50 Library fines S.75 ! Total 1114,650.23 ! Distributed to the following funds: jCreneral fund $ 574.85 [Sf-wpr fund B.m.fiO I Library fund 795.51 Bond fund 1,317,78 , Park fund 6,076.89 , Spwor bond No. 1 93,435.23 : Total $107,357.80 Stroot fund overdrawn 123.87 Tf) | )a i anoo ............. $107.233.99 _ ( . F OI . Yaxes . ' ,. ., _ A resolution wns adopted directing ting, the same netlng to enclose entire plot; also tennis nets and posts to be placed in their proper places. Grading—The entire grounds to he leveled to proper grade including all !filling in; the proper grade stakes to (be placed by city engineer. Bowling Green—Plot of ground to be put in proper shape, beginning at point No. 2, running north 55 feet to poir.t No. 4, thence east, 1S5 feet to noiut No. 5, thpnce south "> feet to point Nn. 3, this also to include the bowls and any other necessary paraphernalia. in Mock 1S(i. lots 19 and 20 In block 124. lots 13, 14, 15 and K> in block 113. The claim of the Kern County T>and Company for $393S.£8 for sewer disposal for the years 1900 and 1907 was allowed. The amount collected and apportioned to the sewer fund for said years, ending July 1, 1908, was $325fi.41. Deducted from this was the amount expended by the city In re- Lawn—Continuing from point No.. 4, running north to northwest boundary corner, thence ear,t 1S"> t'eet to point No. 0. thence south to point X«. Tills plot to be planted If) blue irrass, excepting theater ntid fin approach 15 feet wide running from the street line to west entrance of i heater. YVplks—A layer of gravel three inches deep to be rolled and tamped within the following boundaries: Beginning at point No. G, running south to point No. 7, making a walk eight feet wide along tho entire length of track. A layer of gravel 15 feet wide, throe Inches deep, roiled and tamped, commencing at street line and running east to west entrance of the theater. A cement ^valk four feet wide, constructed of the best Portland cement, bordering the swimming tank. Bath house—A building to be constructed eight feet wire by fifty long of wood and cement plaster, located twenty feet east of and facing the swimming tank. Curbing—All lumber to I" 1 used for curbing to be 2x12 redwood. This curbing to be used for fill walks, ten- nl:i grounds anil track. The curb to the cement walk immediately adjoining the concentric Boats to tho theater to he raised four inches with tho same cement a»d mixture as was used in th const ruction of the theater. ! Track—to bo graded and graveled : itiid 1» every, respect, to be the same , as the one now used and located In the Berkeley stadium. Th' 1 pits and aleys as per map to be also the same as above mentioned. Shrubbery — Fourteen ornamental tn.>e» to be planted concentrically three feet from curl) to vval!. a: the rear of .seals to theater. Haniboo to be planted to make a solid hedge around bath house exccpnn:; »" entrance four fete wide. Also, all roses, pairs of the box rnnnlg from the end of the sewer on B street, during April and May, 1906, leaving a balance of $3038.88. City Engineer Bufflngton flled notice that Glass & Fischer, the sewer contractors have completed 4900 feet of 2' inch sewer on the outfall sewer and by the terms of their contract are entitled to '$6541.50. Notes of the Meeting. In the absence of Mayor Bailey, Trustee McDonald occupied the chair. Trustee St. Clnlr wns also absent. Tho quorum was composed of McDon. aid, Mtinzer nml Stoner. Salaries of city employes for the month just ended were ordered paid. COFFEE The world is full of anonymous coffee : "Java and Mocha." Who returns your money if you don't like 'em? Your grocet returns rour mane." II f ou ion'l Uki Schilling'* But: w« pay him ICTURE frames to order. We call at your homo with samples and prices on application. Me Car on's Art Store. Office, M. 731. Rea. Farmers 18x1 2O25 Chester. Singer Office TALKING MACHINE RE E Equipped With a Large Morning The O'Xeili-James Co. l>fr Chicago, the well known dealer* in Talking Machines, has placed Ms in a position to give every family that trades at our store, one. Grand Busy <Bee <Dtsc \Talking Machien Absolutely FREE ITel'R if4 tho plan— We JKKUO coupons on all eash purchases, dollar for dollar. When your cash purchases amount to $50.00 yon are entitled to one of these $2.~>.()0 machines. It is not necessary to buy a certain number of records to obtain a machine. We carry n stock of Busy Bee Records at the following prices: 10 inch. Gftc: 12 inch, $1.00; 7 inch, 35c. v This offer expires December 31, 190S. Buy your Practical and Useful Furniture Gifts here and receive one of these machines absolutely free. PHILIP W. NIEDERAUR 4408 Nineteenth Street. Mam 173 G ENUINE H° LLY HOLLY WREATHS Roses. Carnations, Violets and Chrysanthemums. First class Nursery Stock, Trees, Shrubs. Orders promptly filled. CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Cor. 8lvth St. and Cheater Ave. Phone Main 745. DIXON ®. SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Einhalmere. Successor* to Morton & Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19th It' RED OROBS AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main II MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE. OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 Admission iOc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. Cans-Nelson Fight (special) Sheath Gown (comedy) In the Nick of Time (comedy The Half Breed (drama) Beg Pardon (comedy) The Soul Kiss (comedy) SONGS—"Merry Mary Merry Me." "A Reminiscence of Boyhood Days" Entire change of Program Monday and Thursday aights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 234,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon. Give Give us BOUGH DRY Did You Know We will call for your family shing, wash and iron all sheets, owels, slips, counterpanes, etc. ,f 'starch all pieces that require j*starching and return to you for ,- only 6 cents per pound! v} ' It' you are in a hurry telephone for us to call Friday morning and have them returned Saturday 'evening. Satisfaction guaranteed. !*?V . us a trial. a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY '»>*' itlfy- drop vines and any oilier shni!''.erv can l)e used to advantage in b' ing the theater. Electric flxturea—Ornament:i! 'lamps to be suspended I' 1 ' 0 "' :( Immediately above stage to '!e-aier,, above entrances to theater ;u-,d on • each side of main entrance to m >untU. j Chairs and benches—Twenty rustic | chairs and benches to bo of w" 1 "' sub- > statlal material and to be placed at i points of vantage In the park. j Statuary and vases—A bronze statue j of Mercury not less than three feet; in height to be mounted on a stone i pedestal of the same height Kour 1m-1 ported Italian vases of Carrara marble \ carved in bas-relief to be placed in, niches of the theater. One marble 1 fountain including base not less than five feet iu height over all, to bo plac- ul In auditorium of theater. When the resolution of intent for the construction of the first sewer district In the southwestern part of town came- to Us first reading a hitch occurred as to the wording of the clause providing for the installation of the "Y's". The board discussed the Kahler Says: Xow is the time to make your selections from our complete stock of Christmas Goods Suitable presents for young ami old at prices to suit all. Be sure and conic. HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKS. iUKERSflELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, ('HONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th 4 I Bit, THE ONL" EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY. The most wonderful of all Pianos. STEINWAY, A. R CHASE, EMERSON, ESTKY, KIIRTJ5MANX. STERLING and "th-rs. Also INSIDE PLAYER PIA'NOS. Very large supply to •select from. Lowest Prices; Easy Terms, Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager

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