The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKERSFTELD CALIFORNIAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. Cft^JBakerifleld iBfiiifil Kver CJalifornianl BcUfi'.sf: City ant) Coun'j Thursday, Dec, TOM:- 17 Kvenlns but Sundays at 'DEAF iv'Vti County, Callfornl;i. , Don't forget that t.he Christmas gifts of candy will be more upqreciated if you buy Gi'uenhagen' s at Meron-.' 7 ' a -.- j o . il In I'ciMufllce a-; Si'ci.M'l-clii!- M( HaUoriflol. Mail Mnttor. 10 reins a i n on l!i; $5 n Yi>;ir In Adv m: «• ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone ................. M.-,in 31 Tlli'li'-DAY, DKC. 17. i:""v THE NEW ORDINANCE. The ni'diiiaiice p,i^' ' ;•' I B"iirtl of Siipervisor«. : i ini''i Oil to ivLHilNtr (lie ;-, i, ,,,. i • .>! 'I Uor lici-nsi's in ti-ri'itiii'\ , M'-M !e JHC"i')>iinitc<] eitie-, i- a i';nr and Sensible one. ( l:n- ! I: n 1 -if 1 property holders 'M •> hi a rural emnmMini} the graiitiiiLr of a in-' Ere oj)piiwri| |o thr eslalili>liiiieiit of i) najnoii in their midst. In sniall towns the provision is that two-thirds uf all the honalide residents living within .1iM( feet of; the proposed saloon must siirn a petition before a license can issue. This means that anyone- inteiiditi'' BILL I I lie same Ms ;>i'!'fit-ill party • ive>vnls no- i l.-.-s. Weald his thought !"•• should be J. B, Serges & 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 'le t 11' tlic to si ors must secure a two- thirds vote of those residing within a era of about four blocks be- m INCLUDE A BARROW RACE A new departure in entertainment will be Inaugurated at the Dreamland • '"« to receive two coats of pa , , ii,,,, i i ' posed of best qualitv of white skating rink , riday evening when,,,,, „„„ , ]u> ,.,„„• of Bal( , bu , the management will, In conjunction receive one co-it of paint) wi with the Hayseed Carnival, present celveil by the Hoard of Supervisors at : FOR SALE I EUCALYPTUS TREES ; 3,000,000, Leading Varieties * i Eucalyptus Land mid Timber ! Company, Edward C. Cribb, Pres. ;W. S. Thatcher, Seo'q. 123 So. j Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. NOTICE OF BIDS. Notice Is hereby given, that sealed bills for the painting of the Old Hospital nnlliltiiK (the body of said build- paint corn- lead and EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES \\\ •; you want reliable help of a: kind call up THE BAKERSFIELB EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. \Y, Iso employ Chinese and Japii' -e help. 1219 U»h St. Phone Main 313 "NOTICE TO HEIRS ON PROVING^ uf paint) will be re-; the novel feature of a wheelbarrow race between representatives from fore ilie county authorities will' leading stores of this city. Thosa take action. i who have never witnessed this pleas- It would appear from a careful i tint aul entertaining feature will miss rC'iuliiiK "f ll'ese provisions of the a r:irc treat if they fall to bo on hand new ordinance thai the p'Stric- Friilay evening. Those who havn tious placed on the issiuiuce uf li.jbein fortunate enough to see this ; thrilling spoctacle, Invariably pro ' ii'iuiHc it nn entertainment most thelr rooms House in in ihe County Court City of Bakersfleld, of Iv Go 1 ^ No'i the l'< at L' e Coiir" . MinerJor Court of the County •: state of California. •. ttuent 2. • .Mutter of the Estate of James n. deceased. is herenv Riven, that Mon • dav of December. A. 15. lock, p. m. of that dav. •in. Dei court ty (i! , been 1 for County of Kern. State of California, up the hour uf in ii'HncU a. m. of January 7th, 1!in!». \o bid will be recelv- • Ml or considered! by said Hoard unlesn ' it is afconipMiiii il with a certified j of A clieck or cavh 'l''posit in ten per cent' the amount nl' such bid. The said! <l | liooi! , Coin' CCMISCH is even better than Option. Ill the latter e;t-;e a majority can sanction the I traffic, while under the <>nli one-third of the buna li<li dents, property holders, or holders can t'on-slall an application for a license. Indeed the power under the ordinance appears to lie directly in the hands of the people. It is What the hoard pledged itself fo do last fall, ad in the form in Which t!'i- ordinance is passed, it is even more stringent than the one oriiriiiiilly proposed. ALL SHOULD ATTEND Tli wdri the of th It UK and pleasing. 3 wheelbarrow race alone I.-? i the price of admission, bes-ldes ileas'ini; nnil liiughahle featuri'? e hayt'eed carnival. 'viK he the enileavor of Manager Stni'h in make thi ; : otic of the most p!> •:' '-".tit and suci'OBsfiil entertain- iiieiits i.f ,1 series to be pivcn. Tho ' ini'iit has placed tlie jirb'e of inn within the I'i'arh of all for f dniible fe;ihtre, whlcli v.I'i I' 1 (I'lits SU.iier-, 2" cents. - .<. » v > ', 30CO PEDAGOCUET, TO i ATTEND THE CONVENTION. \Vhen the annual meetiiij;' of the Board of Tr:;de is called, it is now ijinle evident that there is ^oinjj ' 'h;ili I'lHi'ii iie.la'joKUf.'i will ,-ai 1 ' in Hie fnur ir.-'t itutes ami till; ses-inii.-i nf til' 1 Sii'Uheril Call- to he a hearty response from lhc!fornla '!'• •»< hers' ASSIH iatiim which of the eoilllllllllit V i w lll I"' held ne\l \vee|\ ill I.us Angc- attendance will rc-i lHK - '"' " lis " 1 "'' 1 '"'' »'""" -' wl " """•" '•••••>• pniiiis nulr-i'h 1 MIC t'l'v. H'Kinl of Sii'H-i'visni-s reserving the' I'iuht In iv.i'-i ' .'!)> and all bids. | lly orili" <•'' i lie w;ilil Board of Sil-! i'.-rvisni-:-. II. A. .IASTUO. . ciialnnaii '>: -.ii.l l.ionrd of Supervisors' A"e..t: I !. Miller, Clerk. 1U-17- NorTcE. I i: '!,- ; .fi.-ld, Cal.. Dec. IIS, 100S. j I bi'ieby assign all my rights and in!""v'~ and money aU;o outstanding. <}fnt. si/ice .\oveinber 21st. ]!Mis. to ', !•:]',:• ;• l.iindr'en. prop. Building locat- . !• < at ISIS Chester avenue, ill HaUers- ' t!"!il. California, Unowns as Tracy's Inn. i Signed) PATSY PORMFCU, Mgr. i Anest: .1. It. Rulii'i-son, A. A. Hanip-. !i>U. 1^0 SPECIAL SALE. lii-i;iiining next Monday Malno's Cy- ] clery al IT.'i liith street will inaugu- i rale a special sale. \Yhercby each per- I sun Icijintc an ai'Iicle valued at 25 , cents, will be entitled to a coupon rep- | refientlnn a cliance to secure free a new standard make bicycle. tf tiOIM n the Court House [n the Coun- K.-rn. State of California, nave ;)olnte(l as the tune and olace -itn: the will or said James n. deceased, now on file In said ••iid[ lor hearing,the annllcairon I' \\hitteinore. for the issuance i letters teBtament^rv thereon. I. L. MlLhER. Clerk. 1-loiirnov. Attornev for Petl- St. A. D. 1908. 12-9 Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprletpr 13iv- Nineteenth St., Phone Main 908. and ^M Or STEAM. Hut It 7t llcnllzc Oenloa Whsn JnmPB W.itt i .-';<>, stonn CauslnK l'i»- kfttlo na to trip up and down ho sale! "There must he powrr in that steam that -t can lift such a weight." Them waa. Mllllona prior to htm lio.d seen tha game phenomenon ana regarded it as an ui' i.lalned mystery. Recen. scientific research has put its finger on i "cause" of Dnndruff, Falling Hair, i 'oneequetit Bnldne»», anfl nan unearth,., i tiny germ which eats the llfo from tue roots ef hiimnn hair. Newbro's Hcrplclde destroys this germ and consequently restores the inlr to Its natural state. Sold by lending drugglats. Send liXi, In stamps for sample to The .. . Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL oo 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 and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free DUB meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. TEA We want your goodwill and your money; not one cent without that goodwill. Your rrocer returns your money If 700 don't Retail Cigars, To- j Uka Schilling's Best: we pay him. Pipes and Chewing Gum. DIs-' : for Bakersfield',of LOVERA, 12i/ 2 c Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar biisiness men and a lari-'e suit. 'I'he iiddition of names to the roll of membership is en ConraLriiij-' and foivtclls a laru'er interest in the work of th-- hoard in the future. If it be ar<rued thai tin- hoard in the. past has not accomplished all that, is expect. <l "f a r.oai'd of Trade, the ivsi.i.'isihilily resls with the people r.itlier Ih.ni willi tllO. eXl'Clllive rullilill ,i!ld ilie Officials of thai !' »i\ . Tln'i-i- ha-. been but a limii.-.! .n,,, n:. 1 of m-in- cy with \\ hii-h • •. • .1' r.\ MI ; h. work, and ", • ' ' • •- i •• >• ^!" boon seri.'ii- !y !; : ...., ...i ; v n mass mei tu,_ . • . :. •• ,• .: Sliro theilis. l\ ,-- !•• ' ' • i" r . merit of the l.i.ard '.'- ! i :• • • • AVould hii ve it. a lid i!!' '• :1 v\ .'. i ' the province of the com!!, <• '; ' supply the funds needed ; .1 ,-,-1 dill iiiteilii-Lrnt plans for lieii.-, ments. The date of th" me ii'; will he fixed sh""'!!y, ,oiu ever - ','iti/eii should feel it his duty 1 swell the attendance by one. Will lie del len. Of tli collie I'riiin I.OS Aa:;ele NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. lii Id 1'uel and Oil f.'onniany. in iirinT'iiiiil iilnre ot business HOIEL BRUIE STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. 51 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkin SAN FRANCISCO Hendqu.trters for B-ikernfiel people. 1 '': WE11INGER S.7AV: r ;G CO. Gotd Cough Medicine For Children, The season for coughs and colds Is now at hand and too much care cannot be used to protect the children. A child Is much more likely to contract diphtheria or soarlot fever when he has a cold. The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of GENTLE HORSES. We always have on baud safe and gentle l.orses that ladies can drive. You wilt find everything spick and spau about our stables, our horses t^ood animals, and ear- many mothers, and few of those who rmges, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in have tried It are willing to use any j good running order all the time, other. Mrs. F. F. Starcher of Ripley, i I ,(ic;I Seiina. California. Location of works Kern County. California. Notice is hereby iifvett. that at a mcctine of the ilirei'tors of i he. above named eoroor- ation. held on the "ith dav of Decein- Uer. liins. HU assessment of one hmi- di'i'd dollars per share was levied upon the raniial stock of ihe corporation, oavablo itnnicdiatelv to the seeretarv ot said corporation, diaries A. I.ee. at ins ollice at the oflice of the Count v Recorder of Kern Coiintv. Anv stuck upon whien this assess- menl .sb.-ill remain unnai'l on the !Hh iiav of .lanuarv. Ifinii. will be delhi- nuent and advertised for stale at pub- . . , ... lie .,1,,-iioa. and unless payment is j ng g ] oves f rom our Sllperh Stock W. Va., says: "I have never used anything other than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for my children and Jt has always given good satisfaction." This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult. i: IV ! JFor sale by Baer Bros.. Bakersfleld; • *• LTo*i« T"\«»ii rr f**t \f A1*n * Qor 21st and '•. Sta Tel. Main 88 WATCHING FOR CHRISTMAS. Many people are in hopes that among their gifts they will receive a handsome set of harness or saddles, a fine whip, laprobe or driv PdM on the lifltli .-, - ^ , , HI nav the delin- uf harness and horse goods. >;•. 'flier H'itll til of «ive big value in all for a vry little money at PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS. Kern Drug Co., Kern. F. J. WERIf'^ER, Ass.'.yer ,i;id Mctnllurri C lie mi it Woody, Cal. Near B.ik<!r HH'lliKi I Hi 11 il i 1.1 i r -.. •:. CuMiornia and Imported Port Wines i For Sale.... Second quality sewer pipe. c ;iitable for sewers, ditches, and culverts. GLASS & FISCHER, Q and 19th Sts, Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus. $25,000 . the Alaska outside—F!u r iJa inside, tlu- blu/ind comes it will bn impo torufottably h?«t ihe r. LI rooms. nnd <!unp« the !in.!.l!:. i'f "L»ct\\ •• sons" you'll find a W$>ff JdLC'^i (Equipped wllli Si)ioC<cless Device) just what you need to pi .ike the mercury climb. It'a light enough to carry from room to room and uives direct Blowing heat from every drop of fuel. 1 urn the wick high or low, there's no bother—no smoke- no smell — smokeless device prevents. Brass oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Superbly finished in japan and nickel. Every healer warranted. ; I \\ i The Bon Bon for Fred Gur-'J.»cr Co. TO NEW YORK OCGH The &M*/fo T itrm mako '" 1 K°" d c " m - ./VCtV" J_/aIIlp pmiioti for a Jong *tn«ii<ii evening—-brilliant, •tcady light—leading, tewing or fancy \vork doesn't lite the eyes. Made of bra», nickel plated, with laleil improved central dratl burner. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest ag'-ncy lor drscriiilivc circula' ii voui dealer doesn't carry th« Perfection Oil Heater or K«yo Lunp. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) Git) Fish Market ALWAYS A FRESH SUPPLY ON HAND. GIVE US A TRY. PROMPT DELIVERY. A. Lyons prop. 1512-18 Main 977. South- Fields 01 FOUfl AND ONE-HAl-F i JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCSAN TRIP. | ELEGANTLY 8TEAMEKS ASK ANV AGENT , OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C v COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 25? leilhet&lajkr 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 and be convinced. 1423 19th Sv Phone Main 401 A checKtng account with Che First National Bank h»i; so ninny aclvautages that y'.i will find it a great aid in your financial uffairH. 1C you have not j^'r.'wi.?' «v< >l . •^f^- ; .,-."^'--'- i '''^ '^ we : .'i'i«?''r/e pi eased tn have yoii open one and tost it fo r yourao.l f. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Comer 19th and H St.reeta. /^ •'. ,''„ ^_"4V* L .. - ' T R A 1 N S L F. A V E j»,*"^??'.r -'••«' -">• - Vrlt.*»' ' v ' ' - " BAKERS FIELD \ (*»••>»• •• Vj^:. -• Leave for Aril inch Berkeley . . . Chicago C'orcorna .... Denver Fresno . . Cirand Canyon Hanforil Kannns City, Johannoab'rg Mnrcful Oakland Oaktlttlo Hichnionil ... SnnKninclsco Soarchllght . Rtnckton Tulara ViHaliu Y oeemlte .... A.M. 7:r.."i N:l!0 7:r.r> s-.ao 7:!!0 9:00 7-r,r> s - 20 7:MO 9:00 7:B5 8:20 7:30 9:C' 7:65 8:20 7:!>0 9:00 7:30 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:65 8:20 7:30 7:55 8:20 8:20 P.M. •7:;i() 7::!il 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 For detail Information phone or call on N. J. HUDSON, Agent. PAYNE \& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULACNE Phone Answered Day or Night, A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 2,'l iiU'l '.M. block ii!', on Q ttll'eet, bel\ve"ii KlnK finrl n;iker streets, K"rn. Price $450, .Terms If desired, $150 tii'Kt payment; hnlancu 1, 2, 3 years. Wrlto to Leigh Thoni- ton, Ml North Uoylston Street, l,oa Angeles, California. OLD SELLABLE Painters BNYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. OAERIAOE PAINTINO 8IONB Phone Main 1136 1627 Wall 8t ••k«rafl*ld, Oak

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