The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

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Saturday, December 12, 1908
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THE BAKERSPIBLD CALIPORNIAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908, t&™*"^^^ Our methods here are the in ( V youM adopt if yotfwere running the * business yourself. ; Prompt atten- tfon, prompt deliveries, prompt a • justments if anything's wrong. i Add to that the standard o T high quality—good, clothes an nothing else; you dtfn't wonder tha t J _ our business grows very fast. ou suit here ana choose •w buy it fro tment or Stein- Bloch Prices $10 to $30, r new m e ML MOVE TO BAKEB8F1E latest tools and machinery. It will cost, whfin completed, between $75,- <iU<i ana $100,000. Mr, Howard is well pleased with Bakersfield and suys ho will be pleased to settle in so thriving a business center. Howard, president of t*e Western Pipe and Stobi Comjmny of Angeles, which has been getting its share of the business of the local fields during the past few months, la here on a business trip today. Air. Howard is contemplating moving his to UUfl city and establihtng office In Bakerfielii i-.ml branch offices In *ho (tifiVTon* <-i) For Sale.... fjnalil company is ujn^'nuii:^ a law m-v plant along the Salt Lake roa-1 in JU>a Angeles, The main building is 180 by 144 and is equipped with GLASS & FISCHER, Q and 19th Sts. w HAT give shall for t at Chritmas Gift Let us iin Lot it l.H 1 a nictt H>ct> oi' Ktu-niture—some- thing that 5s used <-vcry day MI the year* Every avuiiahlu inch of lloor space in nur Store su^irests Koint'tiiint? usei'tii for a Christinas gift, Everything that is #ood in the furniture Hue will &6 found iff our atocjc. Come and nee us while our stock !B complete. FREE t A "Hooiier cabinet will be 01ven away on New Years day to Ofto of our customer*—come in and we will explain Just how to become the winner of this valu- ftbia article See the cabinet in the window. t . **+< NEW RESTAURANT PENS TO STRANGE WOMAN AND BABY. The Band Will Play.—The Union • MYSTERY SURROUNDS Band will be out tomorrow to contribute to- the success of the baseball game between the rival newspapers. They wljl play on the street before going to the park. I .'or pipe- This morning at 4:30 the American Restaurant opened up for business. Richard Hoeser, the new proprietor, hits thoroughly renovated the place and it is now in excellent condition. Private dining rooms have been installed aiiiJ the whole has been n^wly painted and varnished. Mr. Hceser ™oraas this morning ordered a gang has employed two oxoclU-nt chefs lor [ UK> »|ay ana night shtn s Kmile Camus remarkably short time. They wore Io ( the infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Rosando Padillo. living at 1611 P street, died last night from congestion of the lungs. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from the residence. Big Bunch Floated — Recorder sever, hoboes to leave town in for tin? former ami .M * night shift. Tin.- bo open day and nii-Jit [ ;•' at.es he will he ;<.•<•{, ! any and nil occasions:. Pally for ,-tuuvnnt wii! the accumulation of two night's arrests and among them were several Who robbed workmen ;•)• *.-hiUK in This afternoon a telephone message from the G. Welchelt place, south of town, to the* sheriff's office, gave the intelligence that there was a strange woman and child there, left by a man from the Kern Hotel. The woman, the message said, appears to be mentally deranged. She cannot speak intelligently and can give no explanation of herself. This morning a strange woman and child, arrivals No. 7, appeared at the Kern Ho- nnd later went to a rooming acted queerly, NOTICE. The seer- : -, Uie Calendar Club socials will be given Friday evening, December llth f at the First M. E. church. Come out and have a good time with the ladles of the club. There will be a beautiful drill by dolls and a program. Club members . free. Admission 25 cents. 113 Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor 1308 Nineteenth St., Phone Main .Mr. Hotter to serve ior; t!own town barrooni *. • the failure of the ct because of K wit- bonne. The woman the hotel men say. address. She left no name 90S. nn.J Retail uignrs, To hnccos. Pipes ami Chewing Ouni. Distributor for Jiakorsfleld of LOVERA, 121/20 Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, Be Cigar » * * ** ** *• •_* * • i •• * • • • * * CITY BRIEFS. •:« »:« •:• •:» *' •* •« •• •- has thy tli A Fine Front l-\ s. Hioo, ing iho \\Ysloni Company, plans for the m-\v front of Sciiambliu building UB it will be wln-i; (ho addition is eoumU'ti-'il. Tlu' drsU'M. ^* • T is-a handsome one. Work on New Building—AVork h<- gau today v on the excavation for the new building to be erected by A. B. Andereoti adjacent to the Hall of Records. To Live at Long Beach—Former Supervisor J. W. White has leased his r | nesses to appear and a lark of evidence, no case could be made. The were T. Murphy, J. R. Smith, E. Spaulding, Thos. Quinn, Frank Miller, Harry Bush and William Tucker. Looking For Driller*—John McWil* Uams, of Chicago, the owner of the } long stretch of land near Jewetta, recently sold by the Land Company, is hero today and is arranging for the drilling of the first water v,'eils on the property. He is well satisfied with the property and is now endeavoring to prepare It for the market. Another Olft—Another drawing for a 24-piece silver set will be held on Monday night at Morley'a theater. Coupons given out during the past week will be good. The pictures of .^jiaa^v^v^iy -^-' ; -,-;' T-'*-- ' "' Cf ,,„„,.- ------•*--•'•*-v-jl- ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY The most wonderful of all Pianos. STEINWAY, A. CHASE, EMERSON, ESTEY, KURTZMANN, STERLING and others. Also INSIDE PLAYER PIANOS, Very large supply to select from. Lowest Prices; Easy Terms, farm on Union Avenue and expects to I the "Ufe of Christ" also begin Men- move to I^ong Beach about the first of J day. the year, where he will make his permanent home. Gone to Sacramento—H. A. Jastro left last night for Sacramento, where (when It is orer. he went to attend a meeting of the State Agricultural Association of which ho IB a member, Bicycle 8tolen-~W. L. Sears had bin bicycle stolen from the H street en* the Producer* Bank bui Game at 2:30.—The great contest between the rival newspaper forces will begin at 2: an o'clock. It will end COFFEE The goodness of every* thing else at breakfast da- Phone Main 602 Sherman,Clay Company. C £. KEY, Manager

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