The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 9, 1908 · Page 2
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 9, 1908
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the IMkfrffleM galffwrtat THE BAKEBSFIELP CAMFOBNIAN _ WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1908. Rvcry Evening but Sundays at Kern County, California. Wednesday, Deo. 9 DEAR TOM:To be sure of fresh official Paper carl( jy ex tra goodness and deliclousness,! and absolute purity 10 cents a month; $5 a Year In Advance j t)Uy GeUenhagen'S at Merohey's. BILL City and Count) antert-il In Postofflce at l)akerf<f)el<l, Cal., an Second-class Mall Matter. ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop, i Telephone Main 31 j WKDNKsDAY, NOV. !), IMS. j SHOP EARLY AND SHOP AT HOME. IShow cfirly mill shop at homo. Shop curly In lu-lp the clerks and shop lit hoiiu 1 td help your own merchants who are entitled to the local busiiH'ss. Bukersfk-ld's stores lire '_">"i I stores, good for a city ol times the population. Look over tlic- advertising columns of the Californian. .See what yon want, and where to tret it, and take no thought of money order •hopping. And whatever you make up your mind you want, get it before the last, great rush. You can shop to hotter advantage now than in the few days* immediately preceding Christmas. — . . •»•» *» BUT WILL IT? Harry Thaw is going to prove that he is sane by writin for the magazines. It is argued that if the magaxines accept, it will •how that Thaw is all riirht mentally. Hut will it? The publishers have printed n good deal of •tuff that would tend to show that they are not over well balanced themselves. Lincoln Steffens always gets a hearing. Tom Lawson found a magazine to print his ravings. If Thaw gets a hearing—and he will, judging from the past—it will not prove his sanity, but it will reflect mightily on the intelligence of the publisher. , **-« CURIOSITY AROUSED And now the New York Work; has invited destruction by de mauding to know "who got tin money'' for the Panama eann rights. The World says it accept the President's challenge, anil it further elects the President In membership in the club that is the President's own creation. Of course, the World will also ;\<-quire membership, but while th' shorter and uglier passes fi-inn monfh fo month. Jet us liope thtit eomething will develop to show who did get the money. So Ion;. 1 as the question has been asked. and the President lias taken th>j trouble to answer, after his own style, the public curiosity is aroused. Hat Carnival at the Rink If you attended the masquerade last Friday night It Is not necessary to describe the fun you will have at the hat carnival. There will be tall hats, short hats, wide hats, narrow hats, big hate, little hats, in fact haU of all JJjJforges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Uquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street Strike Boycott is Sustained dimensions and sizes. mill»ers brigade there ly lota of fun but several If yc will ou Join the be not on. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8.—That It handsome wou ia De ineffective to enjoin men it» C °,m^i' from not working unless there resided aniBDiu prizes lor me mieeai, BIIIUII- st and most comical hats, which will In the court the power to compel them ie well worth striving for. And In addition to this regular bill f pleasure there will be one of the unnlest and most laughable obstacle aces ever witnessed in any contest of his kind on the little rollers. Aspec- nl program by Carrtere's orchestra, 'lenty of comfortable seats and last, iut not least, there will be no extra hnrge for this special evening a* Dreamland. Successor to Burkhalter SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8.—H. W. Sheridan, assistant superintendent of she Sacramento division of the Southern Pacific for the last year, will sue- ceed the late D. Burkhalter, who died last week after n long illness. Announcement of the npopintment wag made formally today by General Superintendent Young. Sheridan rame to the Southern Pacific about a year ago from the Union Pacific. His position at Sacramento gives him authority over the lines in the Sacramento Valley to Dunsmulr and over the Sierras to Sparks' Nev. to go to work, was the opinion of Chief Justice Beatty in the decision of the-supreme court today, reversing the judgment of the superior court ot Santa Clara ounty In the case of J. F. Parkinson Company against the Build. ing Trades Council of that county. The lower court had Issued an in* junction, which was dissolved by the supreme court, restraining the labor unions of Santa Clara ounty from boycotting the Parkinson Lumber Company. Chief Justice Beatty In a vol- change. umlnous opinion held that the findings of the lower court so far as they were sustained by the evidence, meant no more Minn that the members of the labor unions had declared their Intention of not working for the lumber company while it was on the "unfair" list, nor to buy any material from that corporation. In the opinion of the chief justice that was not legal grounds for an Injunction. - «-»* Child— Suppose 1 called you a mean old pig, what would happen? Governess— I should tell your father and he would punish you. Child— And If I only thought ItT Governess— No harm so long as you don't say it. Child— Then I only think it.— Life. Mistress— Martha, husband have been you and your fighting again. THE PEOPLE ALL fa Ohomi Cried, Give V* Newfcro'B LIcrplclde. This word of lato has been In everyone's mouth, and many are wondering what the word signifies, though no one has yet been found, who will deny that NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE does the wont. Well, for the Information of thousands of people who like to know all about a good thing, we would say that HERPICIDB means, a destroyer or killer of "Herpes," Now "Herpes" Is the family name pf a dleease caused by various vegetable parasites. A similar microbe causes dandruff. Itching scalp, and falling; hair; this a tha mlcroUe that NBWBRO'S HERPI- CIDB promptly destroys; after which the air grows. Sold by leading: druggists. lend lOc. In stamps for sample to Tht Herplolde Co., Detroit, Mich. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. Can't you live together without fight- city)— I rodo an' all Undo Zeke (bark from the You talk about cheap ridln'! twenty miles In a streoi, kyar it cost me was a nickel, 1'i'Hc Jo/I—nosh! That hain't noth- In'. , Ulit'n I was thai- last year I rode to (hi- top of tin 1 tallest biilldin' In toivn an' it didn't cost mo a Mamed rf-iit ! —Clilcapo TrlhiinP, I'iipcrs thill li;i\r lust tin njipor- tunity in shying i-m-ks at llakrrs- field oujihl t<> take noli (' thri result of Til);- l)ay lu-iv. \\'i- havi-i looked in v>iin fur a " iiirtil inn " in the J ( Ycsrm papers. NY<mil>T Why.' Ami yi't (lit 1 t'liti't'iirisinu UrpuMi- can has n^'rtits hciv trying lu I up a circulation by promising to advi-rtisp the town. Nice, isn't it'.' Kit'ti'cn men were killed in the I football Kiitm-s of the past season And Vet We believe the rules wer modified tvri-ntly so the would not be dangerous. COFFEE The goodness of everything else at breakfast depends on the coffee. Yout |io t v roture* r«K> monej U rou it** lik. StUUtae'i fen*-. •» t*r »*»- With the throats of 'In Los Ajl'jrii'S have prarr.' pence, not sn the newspaper men, I lie Tin-i's s;iys, " l.i't us Hr.t tllr'v is nn lotit; 1 as primers' ink and type writer ribbon — ... -^.f.+. 111 pl'opo' 1 ' lull I.I Bakersfield var-. •! li:e lap-vest la.', day fund in 'the t'niied Slates Alid it is not necessary to oj 1 {Mtpnhition in making compari son with a lot of towns. . *»+.+* The President reeoinmetids thai ! Ariz'Hlll and \'e\v AieK'e.i ln> m\-I initted as separate states. It tardy Justin- to those- territories. but bolter hie Hi;,11 not at all. _. - •«»•*- - — THE CITY BOAF.'O OF i C-UC.V.ViN ALLOWS CLAIMS' At tlie re^HliH' \-\- . •!•,,.• Bottrd (>T Kduoatiiw i.\n n Uwlng claim!.! WLV ; H<A,. .- O'Rlolly & Hrowu. u.-' illaif, $m7.r,s; : Bokorstluld Tninst'er ('^ni,i;nty. draw-age, $1.50; California!!, i.luni^, $2.50: j Bakersflelil Abstract Co, insurance; jiremlinn, $21; Kern County AliHtract., Co., same, |18; F. W. nobinson, KUIIM-, j $39; Roilllck'B, tUnnostlc Nflenoo suii- pllos, $,'1.06; Toilliet & Taylor, siitnc, j $195: Opera Meat Market, same.! $170; M. A. Dunoan & Co., sain*?,: $3.65: BaK-ovafU'W Grocery Co.. same, $2; Bakwsfteld Too Itellvery, Bamo, 50 cents; Hochholmer & Co., Janitor's Biivplios, etc., $7.47; Welll'B Depart- met Store, mime, $2.06; Huor Brow.. I Biuno, 75 cents; -Pioneer Mercantlli;, Co., Biiiiu' ivnd a^ui.iry matt-rials, $!>,58; Echo I'ubllsUtnK Co., envelopes, $2.60; , Pioneer Oun Store, locks, keys, etc., I on account 01 boy's burglurizlng, $7; TJttlou Lumbar Co,, lumber for repairs, 8f cents; J, H, Lunrty, repntriug lavn $1.50. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LAND^tfiK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect 160 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steam- Bhlp offices. Especially convenient tor commercial travelers. IN TUB HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boata. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Gills car to hotel. Entrance OB Powell St There's every reason in the world why you should use Kern River Mills Flour Its' the best flour m the market — and always pleases. At all erocers. Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chcm Mean, Pineapples, Cnicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., The Bon Bon HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDV T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 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, onr horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. EATLIPP Cor 21it and C St» Tel. Main 83 'Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 Stevens Big Millinery Sale! leilhet&laylor Good vegetables are hard to get these days. The local supply is limited; the rest is old. We keep a fresh supply always on hand. Give us a trial convinced. 1423 19th Sv Phone Main 401 A checKing account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have yon open one and test it fo* yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and El Stre«t.!j. Conn- and son what an exclusive millinery store can do, ami convince youvsiOt' thnt wo are offering the greatest values over offered in Uiik<?rnfU-ld for $5.00. HAIR GOODS Wo atv al.!0 si-lllng at reduced prices all kinds of up-to-dnte HnJr Goods. Fifth Avenue miffs, transformations, pompadour bangs, cor- onot Ill-aid mid ;iil kinds of hair nits and switches. 1905 Chester Avenue. Empire Theater - Tonight and all Week Overture, LORRAINE THORNE Singing and Dancing Soubrette Illustrated Song— "You Will Always Do «h» Same Thing Over for the Red, White and Blue." RAYMOND MERRITT College Tramp Empire Moving Picture*, Scenic Views Jack— HOMES— Ada Comedy Musical Act. Doom open 7 p. m. Continuous Performsnes until 19:30. Admission Wo, Henmsd *m~. Bt,^^k^^M^Aj4 jlOOr IWBtWtw PAYNE !& JON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbULAGNE Phone Answered Day or Night ^...IPSl^ ^TRAINS LEAVE Kw^l 9 HE rSwl <Xll& *KBSMS,* < ^ > :?i»' BAKERSFIELD \ 1™**$ / XJtojM.^ ' Leave for Berkeley . . . Chicago Corcoran .... Fresno Grand Canyon Hanford Kansas City. Johannesb'rg Merced ..,.'. Oakland Oakdale ..... Richmond . . . SanPranclsco Searchlight . Stockton Tulare VlBalla Yeeomlte .... A.M. 7:65 8:20 7:30 9:00 7:55 8:20 7 . OA n , f\f\ , ou y , uu 7:55 8:20 7:30 9:0' 7:56 8:20 7:S'0 9:00 7:30 7:66 8:20 7:56 8:20 7;&5 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:30 7:66 8:20 8:29 P.M. 7~^Ui t . ou 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:50 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:80 7:30 For detail Information phone or __ffc -^^ call OB M. 4. HUD00N, Afltrtl A Ba FOR 8ALE- block 39, on King and Bal D—j— — djjien frlCS ^rt»w« |150 first pay 3 years. Wr! ton, 531 Nort LOB Angeles, * OLD 1 Dnl rfll 8NYDEE Painting Interior Dei otalty. OABBtAG Pfton* Main 1 ••kw 4 NONB 'SC7 Will «.

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