The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 18, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKEESPIELD CALIFORNIA^ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. Che Bakersfleld Dec. is nt Bnterf-il Cnl., : and Conn ~ I'" in H,'it!er..flclfl. Friday, DEAF TOM:When you sqend^your money for candy, get best--buy Gruen- $S i V> In Advilnoc BILL ALFRED HARRELL, Telephone Fi;m.\Y. I>K<'KM Editor and Prop. | i Main 31 ! An-exchange Two ^-ruisers \>- didn't IUHMV heads an article will eajry Tnl'l.' i! \vns that bad. CAN'T BE DONE. ,li- th.. . ini Ic.-iiN l-i tin- ••"! illlpossililt- Till' llll'ltl il politic,ll is true even when controls in.-iny Ii and Ini on a eampai showing isi.-ii that it is iliili\ iillliil lo ' ifty. And this' Hint individual THE PRICE OF OIL. (Oil \\oihl.) \Vliat really Is n••• price of oil? Practically all ol : h<- non-contracted product of Kern county is in the Sunset iielil, and what may lie obtained there can be reckon--'! as I. ho price of spot oil. Reports from Marlcopa tend J. B Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phono Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street IIIL; newspapers. I wealth to carry n ol education. lied Independence Lea-iic party adopted a platform i wl(h tn !, t fleld j or years" is authority of excellent _ principles. It _ took fol . tht> slatemont tnt ,t by reason of P^ittorms the fact that his output was all spoken for he was compelled to decline cr o( race horses, and one time one ol the noted sporting characters of the country, is seriously 111 at his home on Baldwin's ranch, In the foothills to show Hint the market In that dls-! near Los Angeles. He has been very trict IH very much disrupted and that) low for a day or two,, but is reported the prices are extremely various, but | Improving today, with a very good i hat it is on per barrel. An operator prominently identified the average about 47% j chance of recovery. He is suffering widest publicity, ample funds to pay all that \VMS best in the of the other parties, and added sonie popular measures calculated to obtain votes. The movement was triven tin and there wen for special trains and other oam-1 paitni e\|ieiiM-s. I In addition, the party succeed-j in).' in securing a very creditable! candidate, hut with all these t'a-1 vorable factors, ih-- movement! made j'lisolnt.'ly n» headway, and i the vole could hardly lie classed as j "scnttci-intr." The lesson to be! 1 . . . i drawn is thai an aimutions man One wlln seeks politic;)' eni.'c or prel'i-nneiit must (-online his activities in his own party. I'-.vlitieal parties are a <rrowlh, and they do not become powerful at the behest of any one man. llej .\ssoclated who Would advance a reform j movement inn-t do so throui;'h one I or the other of the existiii'j; parties, lie \vh<> would advance his own political fortunes cannot do so in a national sense by simply saying'" t his is a party." from a chronic cold, resulting In general break down. Baldwin about 75 years of age. an offer made by a manufacturer of a i bay town amounting to 75 cents per barrel for 1000 barrels per month. I This producer did not have the oil • and did not know where to direct the ! manufacturer in order to secure it. 1 This in connection with the offer of i the t'nioti and A.-sociated to the l,os Angeles board ot' public- works to sup-, ply them with several hundred bar- i i-f-ls at 7"i cents per barrel at the well > j might lead to the conclusion that, oil j | is really worth thai much. It is known j thai the Associated Is supplying oil ;>t I present to bay towns.at $1.15 per lur- i i rel, hut there is no information at | ! hand tending to show what the ex- i i pense of transportation through the i • pipe line amounts to, and what the ' considers a fair prolll. California and Imported Port Wines Eczema Began When a Tiny Baby and Lasted 7 Years—Tore Crusts from Face Till It was All Raw- Screamed with Pain and Could not Sleep—Though Specialists Failed We're headquarters for Fort Wines—and all other liquors that you may want. Whenever you buy Port Wines buy them here where you can get the best in quality and flavor. We carry both the California and Imported Port Wines — the California sells for $1 to $1.50 a gal- Ion and the Imported for $1 to $4. Take your choice and phone us your order. CUTICURA EFFECTED A WONDERFUL CURE! Fred Gunther Co. MANY RIDE. Lewelling is ! Found Guilty! covering the use of street cars have been compiled for New York City, and it is disclosed that the average number of rides for each one of its inhabitants, men, women and children, during the past year was :U7. This gives a total of l.:WO,77(i.1»i.°> rides during the year, or nearly a tenth of the total for the whole country, which is nhouf 1."i.tM)().(l(«),()00. It is almost <>({ii,'il to the entire number of passengers handled by the tramway systems of Kn<_daud and Wales. In other words, the average yearly expenditure of each Tom Lewelling must go to prison for the murder of Alex Bessullle in Kern in August last. The jury which sat In the cuse, after three hours' deliberation, brought in a verdict last evening of guilty of murder in the second degree and tin; convicted man will appear tomorrow for sentence. The jury which brought In the ver- diet was composed of the following citizens: C. K. Real, W. H. Reeve, j Chris CHIT, fi. II. Tellhet, James Hos- j kins. Harry Massenn, John S. Oswald, j Chris Rnedy, J W. Crosland. H. H. j .->•;)•.;-!. Wm. T. White an 1 Nicholas Hickin-er. ' New Yorer ed the \ei-y $1"l>."l, while spent in the 'al'e has I'eaell- •)';i I il -• • N| iin o t Ih. LUCKY" BALDWIN IS SERIOUSLY . '-' A V •••:;. !-:s. Ivr. !-,. ... -,.:i !'•••! i,'. in. il'e I'aiiions broci'cr and "When my little bey was six weeks old an eruption broke out on his face. I took him to a doctor and got ointments and medicines but his face kept on getting worse until it got so bad that no one could look at him. His whole face was one crust and must have been very painful. He scratched day and night until his face sometimes looked like a raw piece of meat. I was nearly insane with his sera toiling day and night. Then I took him to all the best specialists in skin diseases but they could not do much for him. He sometimes screamed with pain when 1 put on the salve they gave me. "When ho was two years old the eczema got on hia arrra and legs so that I had to Ueop them bandaged up and 1 made gloves for bis hands so the nails could not poison him worse. We could not get a night's sleep in months and my husband and I were all broken up. Then my mother asked why I did not give up tbo doctors and try Cuticura. So I got a set and he felt relieved tho first, timo I used them, the Cuticura Ointment felt no cool. He used to wnko up nr.d ask for Cuti- cura to bo put »n when ho itched so badly that lie emilcl not sleep, and he would sny. 'On! Mc.'i'.a, that makes my sof-s'l'--.-! fa goudl- I gave thn Cniic-m.i Kcnu •!:'•; 'V pond irilil and IT; -.i'l'illr !':••• ecv-:ir\ b-nled nil np r.ntl n•>?,•' he '.- r; vi M a- any nth»r chil-^ lirep. He ';•• n •..• M'Yi'ii vnrs old and Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor 1308 Nineteenth St., Phone Main 90S. Wholesale and Retail cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes and Chewing Gum. Distributor for Bakersfleld of LOVERA, 121/2C Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 6c Cigar ODD FELOW8. KERN LODGE NO. 202, I. O. O. F.— Regular meetings every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock. Work in second degree, Saturday, December 19th. T. P. Plnnell, N. G.; J. W. Crosland, secretary. P. 0. Box 62. • GOLDEN WEST HOTEL O4 THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, 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 boata. Talce Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. HO!EL liKILL STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. $1 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkln SAN FRANCISCO Headquarters for Bakersfiel people. ILL. n'tuni. nrn tbnt 1 cun t f'utieiira I'i'r w* orywhern. nro S' .. WATCHING FOR CHRISTMAS Many people are in hopes tha 1 among their gifts they will receive a handsome set of harness or sad dies, a fine whip, Inprobe or driv ing gloves from our superb stock of harness and horse goods. We give big value in all for a very little money at PIONEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSQN Er>.CS. THE WERINGER ASSAYING CO. Is now prepared to make assays of all ores, metals and water.''. Ore samples by mail cost Ic pe ounce. Send for free mailing envelopes and price Hat. F. J. WERINGER, Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist Woody, Cal. Near Bakersfleld GENTLE HORSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle lorses. that ladies can drive. Yon will find everything spick and spau about our stables,our horses good animals, and carriages, cobs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the, time. W- T. RATLIPP Cor 21 st and C Sts Tel. Main 88 For Sale.. Second quality sewer pipe, suitable for sewers, ditches, and culverts. GLASS & FISCHER, Q and 19th Sts. •« 'V- liv a&id color of re, rich, cow's ik is retard In Ulilll and rcinri.. ';"!.•!.>, ;>i sinvti- ir::!'!-; '! lllili'a.U-e, tile l..la: ! . '. .'• 1: nl' I r i-i; iS Itill! miles. In •»•>.!.' "i "' \v;iiU! from vnriou-i C.K- '-.\\i,- ;. 'u! ; i, :: recent illmlislilili '.>'• "I ii:':'cl ieiill y all Jriinsfers. the •;••:,.•• iei- i'>.. Jlilht Veal' sll.'.W M -r.'ln 'I! •!'• ; -'. ; .i the e;iniini;x dl' eiH-t'. e.-;|- |.,-|- niiii-. tlie (igtll'e ;is ei\. .' I'.-i;," ):,r'i t'racl ion uni'.i'r -'••• -.•! ..' • . • C i . i' mile. — ..*... j., ... • If you ,'ll'e in..!< : !l'.'' 1'or SOU!"thing, you dun' 1 ; m^i' just \\in. . to present to ^'' : i-"il/ h>r Cfirisl-. limn, it is rocoiiiin.'iideil that yuii go through tlu- )iil\ ••"' i-.in-_ r en I inn us , of thi* Calit'orniaa. liakei-sliclil's , up-to-date 1 niercliaiii-. a-i- in.iking many .suggestions to <'lu-istmas; shyppct'H through tin- ('.ilil'm-ninn these days, and ii' some <,m- ol' th«ir stiggi'.stions duos n<it a|)pcid to you, it will In 1 strange indeed. ( Christmas ol> ; ;:ii ••"'"; will do \\-ei', to read tin- \(-a!"siiL: '.ssued l-\ r l!i • underwriters. ->tt'«i and olhor decorative materi.i! are iiitlam- mahle and more t'-an one lil'e h is IUIH heen saorifii-ed, and n;iich property destroyed by rarelc--, i-ievs at Christmas times. »l BRAND ••^.f asf^in ,-.7.4*"'^ Stras h ;* " ; • >' ' v* 1 •--• '< ?v 11 W » Ot Liwi-l is >tU TIIA Not I in 10UO who buy Schilling's L'cst wants the money. Your Rrocer rf turns your money if yon d»»'t HkcbchillmB's Best: we ray him. 7 he UUli for Bon HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 25] TO KILL THE DANDRUFF G5RML <he Only IV** An KKr Jt you see a wn:r urkmt gliispy hair, thcr has ilai.drr.IT to .: In n"ariy i-v-'-y cr:?p. ' mr-n have tV.lt! brlul- to rlunOri'ii'. There nv i tvil i H one t'l'.l N"V ! 1 y..u ti-.-it dandruff ; - h\irro<v:np into tli-> :• ; ni:> -"M t < rro of (i' " ' qi •' .; f .-'.i:n); ;-.n-1 • I! .'1 ': ,' ViiilJVJ LIU r \V«y of HflTln($ v^ C ti re. • I- :: man with lux- m nia v b f - HUTO nel- ;.'thti/K. 'men atvl y own !t ; of prcp- <".;mdruff. if a gcr-i ; I ' V. Thin is certainly Christmas weather if the quantity of cold makes for Christmui. Dilute to proper consistency ana use same as fresh Milk. Two sizes, bC J. A. City Fish 5 Market ALWAYS A FRESH SUPPLY ON HAND. GIVE US A TRY. PROMPT DELIVERY. A. Lyons ^p- 1512-18 Main 977. I'D NEW YORK -OCGH South- yields 01 FOUP AND ONE-HAur JOYOUS DAYS ON TH?. OCEAN, TR'P, ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED leilhet&l 6)!cr Good vegetables arc hard to get these days. The local supply iii limited; the rest is old... We keep , a fresh supply always on hand. Give us a trial and be convinced. 1423 19th Sw Phone Main 401 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 'A checking account with the First National Bank hue so many advantages that you \rill find it a great airt in your fi'ie.ncik! siftairs. If you have not already aiich nn account with us w*> <!'.a.11 be pleased to have yov. op-;a one and tost it t'o>- yourself. ONLY NATIONAL EAN!< IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 'tilth and H StrooH ASK AGENT S* ^-l-j ' ' • . i..,. ^ *.' . ,. ; TRAINS LEAVE ^v, I ; ' ',L . !„.'• *>•;.'. ' A '-' '-*' '^/ BAKERSFIELD Vrj-f;. ' Leave for A.M. Antioclf ! 7:5"i N:l!0 Borkelcy . . . 7:5f, S:UO Chicago 7::io !):00 Corcoran .... ":'i", X:iiO TK>nvor Frfsiu) Grauii T.inyon 7: SD 9:00 7:r,r, 8:20 7: SO 9:C' Hanford 7-iSG «:20 Kansns City. Johnnnesb'rg Merooii Oakland Oiuulale Hlclmioml .. . Sanl'Vnuclsco SoarohllKht . SioclUon .... Tnlare Vlsalla Yoaoinlte — 7:aO 3:00 P.M. '7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 i 7: SB 8:20 7:05 8:20 7: ,15 8:20 7:D5 8:20 7:30 7:G5 8:20 - 8:20 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—T,o!a 21! ami 2-1, liloclc M, on Q si.reet, boiweon King and Bilker wtroots, Kurn. Price $450. .forms If desired, $150 first payment; balnnco 1. 2, 3 years. Write to Leigh Thornton, 581 North Doylaton Streut, Los Angeles, California, OLD RELIABLE Painters ENYDER & JACKSON Painting in alJ braoobeti. Interior Decorations & Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTINO * SIGNS Phone Main 1138 1627 Wall 8t CM.

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