The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1908 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 10, 1908
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THE BAKERSFEBLD CALIFOBNIAN I ¥HtiRdi>AY, DECfiMBBft 10, 1808. the Bakcriflcid Every Evening but Sundays at Bfkersfleld, Kern County, Cullfornia. City and Count) « Official Paper •titered In Postofflce at Baker;,f1e,l<I, C'til., na Second-nlnss Mall Matter. Id cents n month; $5 a Year In Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone ................. Main 31 TJJI'HSIXAY, DEC. ]<>. ]!JU-v IT IS TO LAUGH. President Roosevelt in his an- inial message takes the nnii|iie position that nobody but himself has the ritfht to eriticixo the courts. Censure of the courts by a labor leader is an unwarranted attack, and then Mr. Roosevelt turns squarely about and violently criticizes other judges. In other words lie assumes that he is entitled to do what he denies any other man has the right to do. Certainly not even (ioinpers ever so bitterly attacked a court as has Roosevelt iii the past, and in the very message in which he f!a\ s the labor leader*, he sees ii'i'liine ineoiiirrtiniis in dniiiii the very iti'iir.: thai he enndi-mii^ in dti:---.. A jndire wln> Drives an Op.ninn illill meets with li' Vi l! '-. ;! p;.|',-v!il -'-I : KiM-rv-'i!': 0. K. l',llt nil.- \vii-. i'-,e., !|,,i ;|.T- - any sneii iiiM!if ly when it says "lint (Thursday, Deo. 10 DEAR TOM:Did you ever stop to think that i wouldn't Keep hollering my head off about Geuenhagen's candy unless I knew it was the best candy mede? Get it at Merdney's BILL to \V. 3. Hooks, $10 etc.; northwest quarter section 4, 31-30. C. W. Cllue and wife to John D. Hedrlck, J10; lots 29 and 30, block 98, Delano. Joe Mendoza to William H. Brown, }JO; Amy, Bonlta, Lura mines, section 24, 29-34. Win. H. and Thos. H. Brown to V. V. Cochran, $10; all interest Bryan group of mines and Acme, Keystone, North End, Myrtle, El Bajo and Spring Cabin mines, Sageland district. Emma and W. L. Brlte to Mary Bradley, $10; lots 21 and 22, block 4, Pauly addition Tehachapl. J. B* Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines. Liquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone Main 237 1823 Nineteenth Street l-.w era! W. Wear, who has sev- •$• li ili tiniiiiis I' tin :r of did his ed win . - hl l la'-(;r nnintiist ur to erii ieise 1 he i es wlmse opinions | I'lldol'ses, but • of a fitch (eons ! not like iwn si i-i Vellenienee •>'• (leelsiull.N I "It would loiil; Velt '-utiMdeivd il •of anarchy Fn any other mim to opinions of judges L'oosevelt himself that it is the acme exercise nf the freedom of American citi/.enship fur himself to take tlii' club of liooseveltian lamrua^e to any decision that does not suit him. ''.More than that: Everything Roosevelt says in (his messime nn this point is peculiarly la when one remembers sum own recent public efforts. is scarcely necessary even his messages to the Cun find ammunition against When a federal cmirl. (irossenp reliilei-iii..; the i reversed the decision n l.andis in fining the Slam (.Viiupany some .f'Jfi.dHM.iMi' veil issued an open letier extremely vitriolic in its denunciation, which tended far more than anv- ions of apricots and iviK'hi's stored at his place, :: -U:; the California!! to ask the iniirnitif; paper to ask William Ho.vaiM't when dried fruit i ••• tT'iin;.; to move. Mr. \Vcar says that before !'a<' r.l.-rlion he could have sold • lii« fr'ii 1 for 2% cents, ami ••• • ti'nv iiohmly will even make nn •> • ufTnr for It. Mr. Wear relates -> • that on (ho night of the clec- * • (ion, when the wires flashed •> • (lie news of Taft's victory, he * • held lonely vigil until far into * ' • Mii; nli'.ht, expecting every mo- •!• • nient to receive telegrams «?• • rending like this: * • "George W. Wear, Bakers- •!• , • field. CV.. — Prosperity Is re- •!• • stored; fn is confidenqe. Send -!• • us all y'inr dried fruit at 6 •> • cents a pound. Toll your neigh- * , !• bors aljout it. •> "FRTTIT BUYER." * > Tint tho former assemblyman •!• '.' waited through the long night * :• in vain, and he says he Is still * :• waiting. He admits to a feel- * :• Ing of disappointment In Taft * •:• and the fear IH beginning to * •:• fall on him that may he confi- •> •:• denee tsn't yet fully in the sad- * •:• dip. Leastwise dried fruit has * •!• not moved. It's as stationary * •;• as Joe Cannon himself. * HOUSE WILL FAVOR ONLY TWO WARSHIPS. J. E. Barnard, the horseman, was held up and robbed by two men on M street last night shortly before 8 o'clock, while on his way to town from Hudnut Park. He had between 111 and $12 In his pockets. A watch &nd some trinkets were taken. The horse- I man had left the Hudnut race track j five or six minutes before and was | leisurely walking up M street, when in front of a row of buildings near : Twenty-fourth street he was stopped I by two men, one of whom pointed a 'gun dt his head ;md the other searched his pockets for coin, taking what 1 he found. They hurriedly l«ft the scene. Iianiard Is linahle to give a very good description of his assall- .ants. lie lias reported the matter to I he police. NOTICE. ! hereby give notice that I am na iMipT connected In any way whateTer with the Louvre saloon or the man- element thereof. 107 CHARLES RUSSELL. A special passenger train of ten ruiman cars, with members of the dumber of commerce of San Fran- ciM'o. is expected through Kern at 2 i. in. on its way to Los Angeles, Red- I .ads and San Diego. i-'.ii Moon has returned from a short !. i-iii' -ss trip to Exeter. "mm THE OLDEST EMPOYE OF NATION IS DEAD. .8 CH ACTER. . Hoc. 0. on iii'ival L-iv.-ii for -< last lor two -While the nffalrs lias nsideration to the i in'-.-uiKo in the navy, it was loil.'iy tliat I ho members (if the " 1 !' stand practically tlie same winti-r, when an authorization battleships was made. That tliinir that else has ev pulihe dUii " i Vr wlia .-'lt l iompi rs ur anylini r done to "awaken 'let in our .judiciary ' li'oosevelt s;iid in ! 1 will) th' 1 w ia' his }ii'.:!i who >evel( has iris !.! i!'-|| iln- c-ommittee will vote down the | in-nposition of President Roosevelt for four battleship i? now indicated. ; The attitude of the loaders In the ! senate d'-elarinpr f"r nn appropriation u,r'two l;;ittli ships annually is said to nii'ioal tci ruaay members of the house a nin.icirlty of the membership is SA.S I'KAXCISCO, Dec. 10.—Cap- talu Augustus F. Rodgers, assistant superintendent of the U. S. coast and geodetic survey, said to be the oldest ' ( ollk-ial In the employ of the government, died yesterday at his homo iu this city after an illness of anly three hours. He would have bean 80 years of age had he lived until January 1. Although Captain Rodgers' health hud been a source of anxiety for some tftne, principally on account of his advanced age, his death was not expected. Me spent the entire day Tuesday in his office In the Federal building, but shortly before 12 o'clock that night was selz'ed with an attack of -coughing and suffocation caused ,by ; heart failure and died a few hours ; later. ! Captain Rodgers entered the government service in 1S74, came to Calli I'oruia th»ce years later and for many years had charge of the coast and geodetic survey of the Pacific coast, ; Alaska, Hawaii acd the Philliplne Is; lands. He was a son of Commodore John Uodgers, who "defended Baltl- ' more in the war of TS12 and who at i the time of his death was at the head 1 of tho nnvy. Captain Rodgers had three brothers In *ho navy, onely one ; of whom, Rear Admiral John R. Rod, Kors, is living. He leaves a widow and seven children. i NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF ' PARTNERSHIP. The parlnorslili) heretofore existing lifitweeu J. R. Smith and F. T. Burnett engaued In the horse-shoeing business In "the city of Bakersfleld, and doing business under the firm name of Smith ct l'.'!'T,e!t, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. .). II S'liilh ,vf!l "ulicet ail acauinM ;l;!e i--:\j.i linn u;> lo lieoembor '.', I'.wS oui sum iiu ; el MIIIS 10 NEW YORK THROQGH Orange Groves of Southern California; Cotton Fields of Texas nr: iaua. FOUR AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED STEAMER* Color of Hair Said to Indicate • Per. •on'* Temperament. Many people believe that blonde, 01 light hair denotes affection and dark hair constancy. A person without hair is not devoid of character; far from It The disposition of the average bald- headed man IB to show auch solicitude tor the welfare of others, that ho neglects himself. A germ cause;: baldness. Prof. Sabournud, of Parts, France, In- nocculnted a rabbit with Dandruff germs, causing It to become totally bnlrt In five typeks' time. To rid the scnlp of HIOBO rlnnponnis crrms It la necessary to apply Ncwbrn's Horplcldn. "I.Vstrfiy tho cause—•vou remove the off oct.-• 'oM by Irnilins- dniprrvlsts. Semi !0c In iiiipsi for sample to The Herplclde Co., TMroit Mich. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. f Mi-KiMrick was an ar. v'l !-iHt uip-ht For Infants a The Kind Always Bears tho Signature of t'.or >!uuu:iJ. NOT X A i i <c: t* T i c . Apivfect neiar-ily rort'oiv-tipn- tion, Sour Stoi; jch.Uiiii . hotvi, uess and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Si^uuturc if txACT copy or WRAPPEB. } eoniiiui Sume :ci '. ca-( i|-.i r,-! " S'ill'ie : i ' west emr'i-'- Same to .1 east, qiutrl i r J. ,1. Ala Compnin, $1 2S-2S, nil section 7, 27-2!). quarter vet-linn. 10, 30-5:8. ,lo!:n A!. Keith (o same, $10; half (,. :IM half section 2, Sl-22. Jani" U. jiisd John A. Bryant and •wives in Charles 1C. Wood, $1" : west bfl: 1 ' '.' - r ii. ' <|uarter, northwest quarter <•( < - :'Meii-t unurU'r, north- eaiit nunri. , • -.'r.nlnvost quarter, *' tion -', 11-11 -uliji'i-i to $500 mortgage. Charles I' '.\ei.ii ,•!•'! wife to George D. II. Kent, J', 1 '-. r-;ll>,e 1:111(1 BllhJOCt to rame niortgaj-e, John fO. Hail' v >.i. !'. p. Pates, $10; lot 2C, Virginia col(>ny. K. .1. 1,'utoH and w.t-- to r. r,. Wlilte, $10; lot 25, Virginia colony. Const ablo Vlrst Town.-hip Kern County to A. N. Fanford, J",',7.;;5; Mammoth mill and ditch, Little Mum- moth mine, Keyosvlllc district. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ,. Patent. 1'nitea States to ('Una 1C. goutheiiHl (j'uartcr Hci-tlon 30, 31-21. De«d«. Joseph H. Strong and wife to Jesse N. Hlckumn, $10; lots 9 and 10, blocX A, J. .Fowler and H. C. Huroetw ana thmi'i UliU Mrs. Aiiilrews will hold an evening dancing clasn at Woman's Club hall on Wednesday, December 9th, at 8 o'clock. For Information telephone Main 1407. 107 IN CATTLI CAN B* ParvewTio CUTTER'S BLACK tKG VACCIHB Caliloiiii.'i's favorite, tho most iuo* co'«ful, e.-wisit used and lowest in•'.'nl ttlibbln vaccine ra«dn. I'uwiler, BturiU or jiill form. Writ* fin ut-.: Ulack Leg Hooklot, K CUTTER LABORATORY C*u in Use For Ovei Thirty Years GASTORIA THC (KNTAUH OMtMMlr. MEW TMi« SITTt 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., Bakersfleld. leilhel&laylor (.iooil ve<cetuhlos are lun'il to yet these days. The local supply is limited; (he rest is old. We keep n fresh supply always on hand. Give ns n trial and be convinced. 1423 19th Sv Phone Main 401 nvist <lo« not (took Din ,.or direct tram <Mk GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LAND OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, 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. . There s every reason in the world why yon should use Kern River Mills Flour Its' the best Hour in the market — and always pleases. At all in-occrs. GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle 1 orses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spau about our stables, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. RATLIFF Cor 21st and ; Sts Tel. Main 88 The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 251 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus. $25,000 A checuing 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 uot already such an account with us we shall he pleased tn have yrr, open one and test it tV yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Conner ]«jth anil ii v -ltrei-t-i <3S& ^^^'j'l \ isc: Leave I'm- Antloch I.U'1'Ueley , . , dilc.-ii'M Con-nrj'ii Denver .... Fresno <Jl'iinil fuiiynti Hanford KansaB City. JohanneHb'rf.; Merced Ouliland .... Oukdale Richmond ... SnnFranclBco Searchlight , Stockton Tularo Vlsalla Yosemlte .... \ TRAINS LEAVE >n * DAKERSFIELD f A.M. ; -;-, s':"20" :r,5 8:20 : 110 9 : 00 :r,?> 8:20 ":.!0 0:00 ":56 8:20 P.M. 7 : SO 7: SO 7:30 7:30 7:30 9:C' 7:55 8:20 7:hO 9:00 7:30 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:5C 8:20 7:80 7:55 8:20 8:20 7:30 7:80 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 For detail Information phone or call on N. A HUDSON, Ag«nt Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbULACNE Phone Answered Day or Night A Bargain!! FOR SALE— Lots L','l ntid 21, hlock 39, on Q otreot, lietwoen King and Baker streets, Kern. Price $450, .Terras If desired, $150 first payment; halauce i. 2, 3 years. Write to Leigh Thornton, G:M. North Boylston Street, LOB Angeles, California. OLD KCLIABLE Painters BNYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING 8IONI Phon* Main n 36 1627 Wall 8t *ak«r«fl«lti. Cal. \ J

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