The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 22, 1908 · Page 2
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i i If THE B AKEBSFIELD CALIFOJ IAN .TTTBI --1 •> L K^^^wlAj^^*! ^^^^^^^^ ^•^AA^^^^L ICBMBBR Cft Baktrif G41ITWK «^»»«yfr»J^«»«i !•• Jill I ••••^••••^••^•^M-PWhllll .^•^•^^^••^^ rwmed Every Evening but Sundays at Unkersfield, Kern County, California. City and C»unt) Tuesday, Dec. DEAR GAZELLE: •ntereU in PostoJBce at BakertifU'M, Cal., aa SeconO-clnsH Mail Mnttf-r. 10 centsamonth; |5a Year in Advnnct* ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. telephone Main 31 You know- bought Arthur the swelest and the est pouch ,'ood tobacco that I cc ild find Meroney's. -TUKMDAY, DEOKMHKH *JL> Trust smoke him a STIRRING. eno whi will have gh to last e JUIAL. It is n beautiful situation. Dial g between UK- warring factions of the dominant partv in California. The Oakland Tribune says: "It lupins tu look as if tin* California habit of "knocking" would again deprive the state of TRUTH GOOD ENOUQH. Pipe fin- RE.E PAN COM BERGES Nineteenth California bus bad the coldest spell of \veattnT it hits ever known and the fear is general that the citrus fruit bus been damaged, if not worse. This fear is confined a representative in the President's! to no locality, 1'or the entire state cabinet. \o sooner was it an- has had a visilaion of phenome- Taft had un-.nally cold weather. The nouifotul that der favorable weather. • — consideration the free/e is to be treated heavy any oth- name of (ieor^e A. Knight than ajer calamity, an earthquake for in- rival candidate wos trotted out stance, and there is nothing to bo against him. and Knight bcLran to gained by suppressing the facts, be roundly abused by a portion of In a state in which citrus fruit the press* William R, Wheeler, has not suffered from the cold in who was urged for a cabinet posi- 50 years, the papers need not be tion by the faction opposed to ashamed to print the truth. For Knight, is an excellent, capable the truth is good enough, and the the I exception to the usual order but sun MEN J, I. Wagy today filed a sensational Lynch et al, and since that time the man, but Knight represents dominant Republican majority in proves the rule that, California has NEW the State. As the President-elect a safe climate for the growing of had no desire to appear us taking (citrus fruit. sides in a local factional quarrel. Which is exceedingly bitter—on one side, at least—be will recognize the Pacific Const by taking;"a Washington or Oregon man into his cabinet. California will be left out in the cold. This happened on several previous occasions, but the lesson of experience seems to be lost on a certain order of intelligence. At tills time a Californian would be peculiarly desirable :\\ the head of the navy department. and that was the position for which Kniu-lii was considered. Wheeler was urged for secretary of commerce and labor. Thus we presented not only rival candidates but aspirants for two different cabinet positions. This added cross purposes to the tangle and acrimony of internecine conflict. Neither Mr. Knight nor Mr. Wheeler will go into the cabinet. and California will have no representative in the cabinet. In the language of old Caspar, it is a glorious victory—for knocking/' ^'Splendid, isn't it? A truly delightful situation, in the langua<-v of Colonel Bnrnn. What is the' Under the present condition of af- matter with Knight? If he was ifalrs the s^PP*" are at a dlsadvan- enough to take a leading part ( taffe - Ullw bpln * a nnlf d ° zon or more Tuft for both the : namc « for lJl ° West Side oil town. Marlropn. Pioneer, Sunset, Hazleton antl Monarch aro just a few. The railroad ck'pot is called Hazleton and throe m!l«?8 away from tho center of activity. The nroposed new town- site is ronHy an extension of the pros• Intension and Sunset Hoad suit against I. E. Smith, J. F. Lynch and J. W. Moaner of Stockton, who own and control the Marlcopa Road f Oil and Gate City Oil companies. Wagy owns a one fourth Interest In the Mar Icopa Oil Company and he alleges by a false directors meeting held In this city September \\> 1908, the 300,000 shares, one fialf of the total amount, of Marlcopa Rotul Oil stock owned by F. F. Weed, 15. I,. Weed, his wife, and W. J. Schlitz, were turned over to Negotiations are now pending Tor a, Oil Companies will probably divide now depot and townslte at Maricopa.' their property, adjoining the railroad At the solicitation of the shippers, right of way, l*i« J* the Adeline Extension and Sunsot Kmul OH Company have offered to/ the railroad company u strip of land li»o foot wide and almost 2000 feet long running east and west through L-t'ctlonB 2 and 11, 11-24, a short dis- taru-e west of the present Maricopa tmvnslto. What plans the railroad company have in not known shippers hopo that the site will bo accepted. It is much more centrally and is regarded as the only available depot and town site in the district, as it is level and has the added advantage of being centrally located. It is also at the mouth of the road leading to the Cariasa and ElUhorn, where ac>! tivity is now under way. Stockton men have been mis-managing the affairs and mis-appropriating the funds of. the Maricopa Road OH Company, and have threatened and have been endeavoring to force Wagy out of the company by alleged unlawful assessments and delinquent sales. Wagy asks for a permanent injunction restraining Lynch, Miller and Mosher from the management of and the control of the Maricopa Road Oil Com puny. Woodruff & McClure of Los Angeles, are his attorneys. Frank D. McClure was here today and filed the papers. •i i MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. ODD FELLOWS KERN LODGE No. 202. 1. O. O. P.— Regular meetings every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock. Every fifth Saturday in a month, social night. Sojourning brethren arc always welcome at our meetings. T. P. Pinnell, N. G.; J. W. Crosland, secretary. P. o. Box 52. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will he received by C. Ritzman at his residence, 812 H street, Kern from December 21, 1908, to December 29, 1908, for the erection of a one story concrete and brick building according to plans and specifications. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C. RITZMAN. i TEA The cost of good tea is so ry but the offered located reformers and performers to voti for. isn't he good enough to hol/j ;» cabinet position? : Hut the knockers ore aliroad in tin 1 land, aiivl thnv is likely to )>«• nolhinir siirrinu' so far as California is roneern*"!. '•'Vanta Glaus HAVE PEW LAST COST OD3 TMAS WEABER eate of a. cent a cupl a cent- "* * and-a-half or two cents for the family breakfast! Your grocer rrturns your money II you don't Ukt Schilling's Beet; we pay him. THINGS DRINK ave them oi our im s e thin some ian olive your ana seasomn Bakersfield so car fine me or im ported macaroni. Groceries, Liquor and 1 1 Leave for 1 Anttoch 1 Berkeley . . . I Chicago • Corcoran .... 1 Denver 1 Fresno I Grand Canyon 1 Hanford I Kansas City. 1 Johannesb'rg 1 Merced 1 Oakland 1 Oakdale 1 Richmond ... 1 SanFranclsco 1 Searchlight' . 1 Stockton .... Tulare Vlsalln Yosemlte — 1 A. 7:55 7:56 7:30 7:65 7:30 * • **^^ 7:56 • • if tf 7:30 7:55 7: SO 7:30 7:55 • • *& ^f 7:55 7:55 7:55 7:30 7:55 M. 8:20 8:20 9:00 8:20 9:00 v t W w 8:20 W • W I r 9:C< 8:20 9:00 1 8:20 \f » t» V 8:20 8:20 8:20 8:20 8:20 | P.M. 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 1 t v V 1 7 '30 1 • <* V | 7:30 ' 7:30 , 7:30 i 7:30 , 7:30 7- 140 1 * !* U 7 * °fi C * • 1 w 1 1 • 1 ' \J 1209 19th Main Delivery, uarters FOR YOUNG AND OLD TODAY. DON'T PAIL THEY FAST V-. K ( For detail information phone or call on N. J. HUOSON, Agent. •• i rl L't NIP IT IN THE BUD. T Ffawt Appearance of Dandruff o Forc4 ranner of Future Bnldneft*. T>¥U such Is th^ o.-iso has been conclusively proven by siMentUlc research. Prof. Unna, the noted European skin specialist, declares that dnnrtruft Is tho tourrowed-up cuticle of the «ra!p cnusof' hy parasites destroying tho vlt'nll*<> t" the hftlr bulb. The hair hpcomo-i life'- *and. In time, falls out. This can be j>r«v vented. Newnro't HerpJofde Vm.s th'.s <j.n?-' ' gnrm, and restore? th^ luilr to H ;'n ; i'urn! i softness jyiil abundanoy. " i TTerplcldo Is now u>prt by th ^r -M I people— nil satisfied th-tt it i ;l \ 'ondorful nalr preparation ot Wet to-day.. Sold by leadinj? dru ptamps for pamplo to %-trolt. MJch. Two sizes, -50c and $1.0«. 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 buildiug. Modern In every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meetc all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. t; lrt moat t v -e mar- L1GATOR PU ATOR TO I NiCURE ND BRUSH MILITARY BRU MOKINtt SETS ,AR JARS I .11 : ! r ' : 'K, $.$M i •« .» * -».T.' ' \.-.U-^ '\ W.i*>r^ t \r •<\\ I-,-,' \< CASES URSES UNTAIN PEN RS AND STR HAVING S R AND CU RFUMES FROM 25c to $5 ATOM EATH NDA I I ™^F^»^^ ^Bb^iB^i^,^ ^^•4^^^^^^^- -—'" -' -_^^^^™ •• i im m i^| mm^ ^r^B^n ^pw— Our asortment this year is made up of the most select pieces from the leading manufacturers. Wo aro sure we can please you. 1'omo in aad examine before buying elnewhcre. akersfield Drug Company Phone Main KAHLER BROS r 19 &ISt. ybody er IV Mill ur all house rociate I thorough goodness : all grocora. Weis Manag Optical 1033 Weiser street. rcsuo is in w akersfiold commencinc Mon- era Hotel / New u Eyes Examin aranteed California and Im 'drt We're headquarters for Port Wines—and all other liquors that you may want Whenever you buy Port Wines buy them here where you can get the best fn quality and flavor. We carry both the California anrl Imported Port Wines — the California sells for $1 to $1.50 a gallon and the Imported for $1 to $4, Take your choice and phone us your order. Fred Gimth Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. buy "U "Good housekeepers don't ground coffee," says Mrs. Brown. loses its strength—is not near as good as Folger's Golden Gate whole roast, ground just before using." Baaeme E! HORSES. We always have on hand sale and gentle t.orscs that ladies can drive.' You will find everything spick and spau about our stables, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., i'n .jood running ordor all tho time. W. T. RATLIPF Cor 21st and w Sts Tel. Main 88 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checKing account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you will find it a great aid in your financial affc If you have not already such an account with us we nhall be pleased trt have yon open one and test it yourself. ONLY NATIONAL. BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Comer 19th and H Streets. WI R TREES PRATT'S Soluble petroleum. Will positively destroy San Jose scale, and all soft bodied sucking insects without injury to the tree., Trees sprayed.. For sale at Chester avenue Nursery, corner Sixth Street and Chester avenue. Phone Main 746.

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