The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOENIAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1908. Che Bakcrsfkid CaWornian Wednesday, DEAF, TUM:- Dec. 15 i City «ind Count) leaned Rvery Evening but, Sundays at Kern County, California. Gruenhagen's candy is bestest. •nterod In Postofflce nt BakerGflelil, m,,., -It -anrt coo fn-P Ciil., no S-cond-class Mall Matter. ! ir * ll -a"O. Bee I or --;.! yourself. "_ at Meroney ' s 10 cents a montli; $5 a Year in . ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. ; BILL Ttlephone Main 3) | •\VKD.\KST) AY, DKC. T'"s. AND THEY LAUGHED. Not even high oflicial p»s no degree of popularity can stand against ridicule and lam:h!cr,'and if, every timo an individual finds hJmy.d.L.Hpposed in argument or policy, he calls hiseritic or antagonist a liar, people will laugh. The senate laughed yesterday when the President's message "denouncing" Editor Pulitzer was read. And it was not suppressed laughter, either. Not half "Concealed and polite smiles. There •were "peals of laughter." Some "lanirhcd loudly" and again there •were "ripples of merriment." some idea of Iha! kind, as main-j fi-sted by the Snlifion act of his j time, but Ihi; \-oi''r of the people! spoke so emphatically on the subject that no such reprisal on private eiti/cns has i v<-r been suggested since, at b-a-l not in this land, though the idea would not. do violence to governmental concept ion in Kussia or Al'gahnistan. No wonder the senate laughed. No wonder the house laughed. It was all doubtless very funny when that message was read. But when you have time to think about it, it is humilitating enough too. 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 1623 Nineteenth Street competent is worth n .Ii THE PEOPLE ONLY. The civic atmosphere" In San Fran y. A man barge the duties, i ni icy ami can command a lielter salary in some other line ol' business. The same t!iin<_r is true of the other officials named in the rec- ommendution. And we think the legislative representatives from this district justice to t'o \vill l>ut do an net of low the suggestion. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES "\V1 •'. you want reliable help of ai, i.ind call up THE BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. "We ,i!so employ Chinese and Japai • ••-• help. 1219 10th St. Phone Main 313 NOTICE TO HEIRS ON PROVING Of 'ft/ The "World" is again. The 1'ivsid down and out Der. In i' •ul lias said it, iGoud ,. ' •v,. nnd both should he willing to bury the hatchet, at least until the holldqy sea son is over.—The Globe. What have factions to do with! lnn1te1 ' nsn 10 litn HIM in-ttrMm- it' The action against Txiief and, i , M u 14 . for criticizing the g'ov- that against Murphy were brought .''"'"t made l.y .Mr. Roosevelt. Tlie wliite lieat of the j in the name ol the people of the ( '|<he findim: ..!'th 'And in the house they laughed too. There was "general merriment" there. The solons did not appear to share the views of the President that the nation had been insulted. They appeared to have no wish to jail any newspaper man ernment. chief executive that si/./.led nnd ] burned through many repetitions of "falsehood" and "lies" did not communicate itself to senators and' representatives. The "wanton", "wicked" "villilier" of the "World caused no heart burning among the legislators. They did not rise up in their wrath ready to swat the newspaper man. They just laughed. And then they laughed some more. And the laughing was humiliating enoiiirh. Here comes the President of Ihe Tinted States with a grievance. An act of the government has been eritieixed. It is alleged that certain Americans were the beneficiaries of a $40,000,000 deal between this government and. a French company for Panama canal rights. It ought to be an easy matter to show who held the bonds of the French company. That would settle the controversy. If Ihe charges are false the publicity would put the accusers to rout and hold them up to the scum ol' the* American people. But no. The Presideirt runs amuck instead. And in a message that stands in a class to itself, lie hurls abuse at his critics and runs riot in a mass of verbiaire. Hut this is not all. The President proposes, that be who critieix.es the government shall be jaib'd for criminal libel. .Inhn Adams bad Cisco has cleared perceptibly since the, and the World and its editor are Ruef nnd Murphy trials are ended. Each faction can now claim a victory Noli' the L'i the most prominent members of the President's club. Presumably, court. the World is now sufficientlty & e # ; squelched, so it will not argue the fPJ 0(] ';; further. The idea of its)Court. g lo i|nestion any state- f 0 fiii at 2 Court /ILL. Sunerlor Court of the County Suite ot California. Hi.'lit 2. Matter of the Estate of James liercnv idven. Hint Mon r. A. D. ; TEA If the tea is good you ask for a second cup; if not, you ask for the money. Your frocer reluroi your monty II ym <on't ft* Schilling'i Beit! w» nt bin. 8OFTNE88 OF SEALSKIN. •i Rivaled by Human Hair Where Dandruff*'!* Eradicated. Sealskin Is admired the world over for Its softness and glossiness; and yet the human hair Is equally as soft and glossy of December, ._. ,,•!•;,. n. m.- of that dav. an< .M. l>ci>:irtmcnt '.'. ot Mic Court Mouse in the " >iVit oil' as the timo ana tilaco' *'hen healthy; and the radical cause of nil ,u the will of snid James hair trouble IB dandruff, which is caused w .i°. n AUS.ilSJHS to a pestiferous parasite that sang tho GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad nnd 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. in the name of the people of the state of California and in their name tried in courts of justice. One was convicted and one acquit OP.' tloni body of Chief 1 D " I. A. n. istos. 12-9 elos,, „„ what many people , Mark's Cigar StOfC ted, and there is no sane reason for considering any faction in connect ion ith the matter. The view of the (ilobeisonetoo assl , tiolu I he men with , ' 'were disposed to make a mystery | "•of. In all probability the unfor-j met liis death bv ac-1 indeed there appears to ond reason for any other i 130S •\Y; bnci trlb'i '.•'he'l'rin^Ve •uinllcntfnS ' by a P««tlferoug parasite that sapa tho | ,t, nu,' " for tlHf?Bsuance' ^''"''ty of the hair at Its root. Newbro's testamentary thereon. Herplclde Is the only preparation that is '" 'V,','-'L' l! ' l ,.-f9. e! tfc.i 'at*'to the dandruff germ. \Vithoutdan- iov. Attornev foi Fell- druft thero , 3 no tMtng halrj but a lujt . •urlant growth of glossy, soft hair la certain. Scouring the scalp won't cure dandruff. Kill tho dandruff germ. Thousand* of women owe their beautiful oult3 of hair to Newbro'a Hnrplcide. Sold by lending drugrclsts. Send life. In stimps to Tho Herpiclda Co., Detroit, :,Ikh F. Marek, Proprietor •f.-iith St., Phone Main 908. an opinion says justice miscarries in ease one verdict is rendered, or that justice has been vindicated and Hot nil ulgars, Tos an I Chewing Gum. Dls- BaUurffiekl of The Hearst papers still continue take a fling at Mr. Bryan. But the latter does not mind: but if> in the other. As a matter of fact, | K> ( j O(ls llo j s too AV J SC t() give } lcc( -[ t I most jurors are honest men whoj,,^ iis ] 1( , was too dignified to : render their verdicts acordntLC to make answer when he was attack-' ed during the campaign. LOVERA, 12V 2 c Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar Two sizes, 50c and 91.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. Ihe evidence as it is adduced and 1 to the instructions as to the law, as given them by the courts. No. "faction" is a party at interest | in such proceedings, and all talk to that effect is inane. SHOULD BE DONE. The recommendation of the grand jury that the salaries of certain county officials lie raised by iimwndiiig the county ment act is a correct one is always a feelin 'public officials are well enough '. ODD FELOWS. KERN LODGE NO. 202, I. O. O. P.— 1 Regular meetings every Saturday | evening, 8 o'clock. Work in second j degree, Saturday, December 19th. T. P. Plnneli, N. G.; J. W. Crouland, secretary. P. O. Box 52. * ersneia r uei ami uu (jomoanv. on of nvincinal ulace of business i . California. Location of works j Countv. California. .Notice Is NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Bukersfleld Fuel and Oil Company. Location of ' * ' - • • Solina «••••-"•• i Kern fount v. California. Notice Is 'overn- hereby uiveu, that at a meeting of the "",.,. i directors of the above named corner-; 1 hero j ntion. hold ou the Oth day of Decem-l ,, ili.it I Dor. 3908. an assessment of one nun-' " '"''I j dred dol.Iars tier share was levied upon 'tal sto.cft of the corporation, to the secretary Good Cough Medicine For Children. The season for coughs and colds Is i now at hand and too mucb care-cannot be used to protect the children. A child Is much more likely to contract ^'diphtheria or scarlet fever when he 'has a cold. The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la the sole reliance of many mothers, and few of those who have tried It are willing to use any ther. Mrs. F. F. Starcher of Rlpley, W. Va., says: "I have never used nytblng other than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for my children and t has always given good satisfaction." This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as J onfldently to a child as to an adult. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfleld; Kern Drug Co., Kern. * i".".' ^ i oavapje iinmeuiateiv ro tno secretary paid vet if one stops lo consider, of snid corporation..Charles A. Lee. nt ' ' • . .. ,. . ', , .,., „ his office at the office of the County the cost ol Iivmir. the anility re-, Recorder of Kern County. w,,v sa\ the AHV ment flh ., ! day of i stock upon winch this assess- liall remain unmild...o remain mmald on t anuarv. .190!* will be the nth WATCHING FOR CHRISTMAS Many people are in hopes that among their gifts they will receive a handsome set of harness or sad iplired lo routine! ail oilier like that ot the auditor am, ,,.. ,—. — --,—r-••..•--,••« i~- L —r ' , , i ir louent and advertised for sale at pub- constant demands upon a public ij c aiietion, and unle«n payment la, - - .. , 1Tr ofii.-ial, i! will be apparent that .made, before, wii;..bi; sola on..the, 30th '• of harness and horse goods. AVe the eoiniiensation now fixed by e nth ,, finn ,• i n _ rn >. 0 »_ f i-; v delin- dies, a hue whip, laprobe or dnv Cloves from our snnerb stock !,io\ ( s iiom oui htipeiu S,IOLK r is entirely too small. litor i't ives but ^l."iU a month. this fur a vast deal of work" Sutd JBd«rvu>A«r« THE JOHN BOLLMAN COMPANY, Manufacturer, San Kr«nci»co i dav of January, lltoi). to nav tltc delin-! ( ,; v p hii' vil v I (ment asaessineut.. touetner with the, r -.'\ 1 ' u '^ Nl " ../costs of advertising and exnerjfigs of; little money |, ! S^,tarv. of the n,?^!,^ \A* I PIONEE1 due in all for a verj at Oil Co.. BnkeMileld."Cal. PIONEER HARNESS fiHOP MATT SON EROS. Artistic Steins 50c to $5 GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle l.orses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spai. about our stables, our horses good animals, and car- riagcs, cabs, surreys, etc, etc.^, in good running order all the time. W. T. RATLIFP Cor 21st and t Sts Tel. Main 88 Talk about n variety of handsome, artistic and unusual designs in steins, you should see our large and complete asortnient. We've "icins and stelnw —just sniiio of the quaintest and must original designs ynii i"m possibly Imagine. A pretty sl.'in alwttys makes a nice uifi, and with Christina:; so near it's time you wen- making selections now before the (iHt>ortnu-nt is pid;od over. Price* :••>•.• :.. *:.. Fred Gunlher Co. Family Tr.irle Solicited Store and W:u-erooms 1518 18th St. M.: b:ir attached. Phone Main 99. City Fish Market ALWAYS A FRESH SUPPLY ON HAND. GIVE US A TRY. PROMPT DELIVERY. A. Lyons 1612-18 Main 977. NEW YORK 'OUQH FOUR AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED •TEAMEES _ ASK ANV AGENT For Sale.... Second quality sewer pipe, suitable for sewers, ditches, and culverts. GLASS & FISCHER, Q and 19th Sts, Capital Paid Up, 9100,000 Surplus. $25,000 The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 Good.vegetables are bard 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 and be convinced. 1423 19th 8'n Phone Main 401 'A checking account with the First National Bank has BO 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 you open one and test it fo" yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. TRAINS LEAVE Leave for Ant loch ~,. . . Berkeley .. Chicago Corcoran Denver Fresno Grand Canyon Han ford ..'... Knlisas City. Johnnnesii'rg M".-eed Oal.land Oa'h'ialo Kiehmon<l ... SauFranciKCO Kcarohliplit . Stockton Tula re Vistilia Yosenilte .... D:00 8:20 9:00 8:20 9:6'; 8:20 9:00 8:20 8:20 8:20 8:20 8:20 8:20 7': 30 7:30 7:30 7:30 :!0 30 Tin ;iO 30 30 30 For detail Information phone or call on N. J. HUDSON, Agent. PAYNE [& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMGULAGNE Phone Answered Day or Night. A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 and M, block 39, on Q 'street, between King and linker .streets, Kern. Price $450. .Terms If desired, $1&0 first payment; balance 1, 2, 3 years. Write to Leigh Thornton, 5R1 North Bnylston Street, , Los Angeles, California. OLD KELIABLE Painters BNYDER & JACKSON Fainting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTTNa BIONI Phone Main 1138 1527 Wall 8t •aktnrflcld, Oak

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