The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1908 · Page 3
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12, 190S. AYegetablePreparationfor Assimilating tteTood andRegula« ting the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes THgestion.Cheerful- ness andRest.Cootalns neither Opium/Morphine ribr Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC. A perfect Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and LOSS OF SLEEP. lac Simile Signature af " (&t#fSiZ£v. NEW YORK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of in Use For Ovei Thirty Years CACTORIA THC eKMTAim OOMPANV. NtW YOUR CITY. Blankets and Com- ferters Fof Xmas If you have a friend whom you wish to remember with a pair of warm, wooly blankets or a good cozy comforter for Christmas, come to Weill's and choose it from our large assortment. This is the store for useful and appreciated Christmas gifts. No trouble at all to find gifts li<'iv--thc.v present themselves here on nil sides. Lowest pr'ces range ;,s usual. Phones— Dgy Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. Maine's Cyclery Ni<> <'»ltl and shop worn --roods. Everything new and up to date. \Ve employ only tin- best mechanic's. All repair n-ork 'Ti.'unuilced. V'c- will give a first class juvenHj wheel (or equivalent) to the one getting lucky munhcr. One eoiiji.vi gi v ,. n with every 'J5r, pnrcins.?. 1725 NINETEENTH STREET Hat Carnival DREAMLAND SKATINQ PRIES FOR THE LARGEST AND SMALLEST HATS. Also Obstacle Race, with more than one dozen Obstacles. Friday Evening DEC. 11 '08 No Extra Charge for this Occasion. The Oil Industry OIL CO. WILL ENTER WEST Union Oil Company la prepar-1 mined to enter <he West Side fields Ing to enter the Sunset and Midway ] does not Interfere wll"h us In any fields and conduct development opera- way," said Mr. Atwell. tions on an extensive scale. F, P. Hill, ••[<, lt true that the Unlon , 8 b]dd , ng superintendent of the company, Is against the Standard for certain Mid- here from Los Angeles, and when day )ands the standard bag had ln questioned by a Callfornlan represen- 1 tative last night, after his return from 1 an all day tour of the Midway, Mr. j Hill verified the report but further. ihan that did not desire to discuss j the plans of the Union for the present,' "Yes, I am here for the purpose of establishing the'Union Oil Company !u the Midway and Sunset fields," said j Mr. Hill, "but as to the Identity and \ extent of the properties we expect to | acquire, nothing can be said at the present time." Mr. Hill will remain here for several days. His present here, as well as that j of .Mr. D. D. Maxwell of the Associated i \vlio was here Thursday night, has lad 1 to the belief that' the Standard Is meeting with opposition In closing up Us deal for a big slice of <he Midway field which has been hanging fire tor some time past. , The presence of J. M. Atw.ll, chief g «dcwater. pass n R hrouji and^p- of the Producing Department who j g^^^Sent rf £e Tlfled with other Standard officials seemed p|po ^ ^^ COMtnicU>d aqd put j for some time past?" Mr. Atwell was asked. "N'o," he replied. "Any deals that we have on which are now hanging fire will be carried through just as planned as soon as oil \a struck. Tho Union and Standard will not be rival bidders for any West Side lands." SAYSPiPfflNE WILL BE BUILT 1 When questioned this morning con• rorning the report published In the ] Oil World that the Associated Oil i Company Is planning to lay another I pipe line from this end of the to take part cular cognizance of the visits of Hill and Maxwell, lent sup- port ^^ eA ^ ^ ^^ of port to the rumor. flpla , fc nowledge ot the plan _ Last night Mr. Atwell denied that .. of colirse there liave becn rumor8 there has been any alteration in the of al , klnds regnrdlng B ,, ch a plpfl plans of the Standard. | line," said McLaine, "and it is certain "The fact that the Union has deter sooner or later one will be built, but if the Associated has any plans to this effect, I am not aware of them. Before a line is built, the rights of way must necessarily be secured and I do*not know of any attempts being made toward this end." Mr. McLaine stated that the new rifled pipe line Is working excellently, fulfilling the expectations of hla company. He denied that difficulty Is being met with In segregating the wa .Pill! 1ERB TO BE LOCAL OIL MAN The oil business has attracted many mining men from the Nevada districts and the latest to turn his attention to jthe wealth offered by the fields around I Bakersfleld Is Billy Erb, who made ifame and fortune around Goldfield. Erb arrived this morning from the north. He is interested in the Coal- !nga fields but what he has seen In and around Bakersfleld, "looks good to him," as he says, and he will return about the first of the year, prepared to take a hand In the merrj whirl. Erb represents eastern men of capital. In his college days ICrb was one of tho best quarter backs In the country. He is a Stanford man arfd for several seasons starred as quarter on the Cadlnal eleven. Going to Columbia ter from the oil after the oil had been received at Port Costa. "We have succeeded In getting rid of all but one-tenth of one per cent of the water, required In the transit ot the oil," said Mr. McLaine, which seems to prove that little trouble is being met in this regard. GIVES 5 CENT TIP AND GOOD ADVICE. ( I NEW BRUNSWrCK, X. J., Pec. 32. , —John D. Rockefeller, In giving a waiter a five-cent tip hero on Tuesday, advised him to put it in a savings bank. "That's what I did with my spare cash when I was your age," the oil magnate is quoted as saying, "and It best men that ever player behind a | center at that time. W. L. McLaine, j superintendent of the Associated Pipe Line, also an old Stanford graduate, and famous In collegiate history as Stanford's best varsity twlrler, accompanied Erb from the north. 18 STH .FOR The Monte Crlsto is preparing to expand in its operations In the Kern River and West Side oil fields, in an extensive manner. The company has mappod out a plan of campaign which calls for eighteen strings of tools to be running before very long. Five have already been started In Hie West Side fields and now the company Is again turning its attention to the Kern River district. Henry Ach, president or the company, came down from San Francisco this morning to remain several days. Two strings are to be sot at work immediately in the Kern HIv. r field, he i said, and the work In the Sunset and Midway districts is to bo doubled. Members of the Middlesex county g'and Jury were in the dining room when Mr. Rockefeller was eating and after he had finished ho cracked Jokes with the crowd. NEW GOLD RUSH IN FIELDS OF ALASKA. SEATTL53, Dec. IV—A special' to the Post-Intelligencer from Fairbanks, Alaska, says: A stampede which recalls tho exciting days of the Klondyke when it was still In Us youth, Is on for the Sullivan country buck of the Manley Hot Springs, where grout bodies of rich dirt are being strucvk dally. Pans ranging from $8 to $t.fi have been struck and pay that will make every layman rich hits been struck In sevc • al places on these groups. .Men are leaving here day and night with dog teams, horses, an.l on foot for Sullivan Creek. PUBLIC SALE! and Rarlicene at the \V1H1<K ORCHARD, south of town. We will si>ll to the liiuhi-sl bidder J5 horses. 4 innh-s, wagons, harness, farm machinery, trays, laddfrs. and all tools, i-ii'., at th«- Wililc Orchard. Sal* liryius at '.) ::i" a. in. WIBLE 0. & V. CO, Roy White, Auctioneer. Adams Fruit Company Has enlarged its store and is prepared to accommodate the public with all kinds of fruit and Groceries Ju.st rcf-eivrd a l»:id <>!' mountain apples, for holiday trade. 806 Baker Street, Telephone Main 714. TEA Money-back means that ' the tea is good and well j worth the money. ! Can't mean anything \ else. ! i Vour grocer returns vov>r money it you doa't S^fl IJll l<Xi Good Whiskey-Used Judiciously is a splendid natural toniq, and its value is acknowledged by the world's 1 lending physicians. For medicinal purposes absolute purity and ripe old age are the principal requirements. SunnyBrook THEPURLFOOD Whiskey combines these qu.tli'Jcs in an unusual decree. It is distilled from Uin nnest Krnln nml purest water l»i the world, nnil 1* iu"->l i" Ueav- llv i-liarnjil oiikon lurri-ln for nmny years until It has a")"^;' u £,, r riiJ mi'llowtiM» for whl'h It Is famous. Genuine SUNV\ ItROOh TI IllB 10OD Wlilskcy l»'.irs Iho GoYernmcnt Green Stamp on each bo ma. which In nflirinl Roof that tlio Whiskey wr.s dlttlllml, ofted and bottled under the supervision of U. S. Government Inspectors. HII rfti'cri hindltni PURE HIUOPJ sen II. SONNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., JcDoriou Co., Kj. L. 0. BOSS. General Distributor. BAKERSFIELD, CAL. pp I BANK MAIL ON ONE YEAR TERM ON MONTHLY ° BALANCES • WE WELCOME accounts of any amount from $8.00 up. Currency may be safely sent through the mail by registered letter, or remittance may be made by express money order, bank check or'draft, which need not be registered. ::^:: :: * Lota* «r* tud* only en Improved r««l «tt«t» or for baUdtof purpace* Writ* for DQ/S\/| OITMT MutuajBulldino- Boeklvt rTtVJVILStUnl I Loan A«»ool«tlo» J. M. HUNTER. S«c.y MM! Mfr. 135 So. Bdwr. LM Ant«l«, C»t. H OLLY G ENUINE HOLLY Roses, Carnations, Violets and Chrysanthemums. First class Nursery Stock, Trees, Shrubs. Orders promptly filled. HOLLY WREATHS CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Cor. Slvth St. and Chester Ave. Phone Main 745. DIXON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Cinbalmers. Successor, to Morton A Connolly, j ;H dy Attendant. 1414 IBtfa It RED GROW AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main t) MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:16 to 9:15 Admission lOc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. Yens Yensen (comedy) Thu Hidden Treasure (special) Barbara Fritchle (historical) Mhe Miner's Daughter (drama) The Lovers' Telegraphic Code (ro-SONGS—"The Man With the Lad- mance) cier -ind the Hose" H ding the Dinner (comody) "Moonbeams and Dreams of You" Entire change of program Monday and Thursday 'nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple olate ROD- ers Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon. * Empire Theater onight and all Week Overture, LORRAINE THORNE ; Singing and Dancing Soubrette Illustrated Song-"You Will Always Do tho Same Thing Over for the Red, White and Blue." RAYMOND MERRITT College Tramp Empire Moving Pictures, Scenic Views Jack—HOMES—Ada Comedy Musical Act. Doors open 7 p. m. Continuous Performance until 10'30 General Admission 10c, Reserved Section 15C, Reserved ' Seats, 20c. WATCHING FOR CHRISTMAS, Many people are in hopes that among their f,nfts they will receive a haml-somc set. of harness or saddles, a fine whip, laprohe or driving 1 Cloves from our superb stock of harness and horse iinods. Wo trive biir vtdne in all -for a very little money at PIONEER HARNESS HHOP ) MATTSON BROS. The Southern Bakersfleld'i Leading Hot*)

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