The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 28, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 28, 1908
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. ei; HM. FOR IfBW TEARS Fruit Cake As good as mothers. Give us au order a»d be convinced. Pound Cake This is our ^specialty. Pronounced by- housewives 8H the best ever. Annett's Bakery 162719th St. Phone M 930 Wible District is Proposed The people residing In the territory between Pamurt and the Stine school houses ha»e i -tltionod Superintendent of School Stockton for a n«w school district , the territory ';o be embraced therein now hein;< a part of the two districts nam<'<] The new school building, 1f the dls trie! In formed, will lie located in the vicinity of the \Vilile orchard, and 8u lierintendcnt Stockton will sugges 1 that it lie civile, i the \Vible district li honor of S. \V. Wible. The petition represents some thirty children ami will bo presented to the supervisors (in January 7th for action Too Late For Classification CARD OF THANKS. P»ter L. Yalenauela wlsfae* to thank the Royal Neighbors, the Redmen, Modern Woodmn of America, Ibe K. C. Club and other friends for kindly MBtntance during nil late bereavement. r Jessie Me ore Whiskey is one of the best known and best HUed whiskeys sold. Iis purity and goodness Is celebrated and it always pleases. At the bar it's the whiskey most called for and for medicinal purposes U has no i'<(\utl. Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. SAMS— At. a bargain, 14 head o good Jersey nil Ik COWH, $36.06 po bead; also 100 head hogs, all sizes For Infortnntlou, call on It. J. Rose at Kern County Creamery. 128 (HE FIGHT CARD FOR JANUARY FOR KBNT—A two room aulte for light bousekcplng. Lower floor , light and hath. 2116 O street. 128 Bzre Kehfeld has his linos out for j the next pugilistic attraction, which will be offered the fans the latter part of January. The eNHl-Morrls return engaRemeut has first call. Frank Car- rlllo. Morris' manager, has returned from Sun Francisco and the promoter la today dlKCURR'if? the possibility of the $r>ii" Hide i> '. which will he the main condition upon which the men will l>e rem;\»<>hed. If Carrlllo consents to ImcU Morris tor $500 against the San Franclsca.'. which some weeks ago he seemed •willing to do, the match will he ;i K<>; otherwise there will be nothing diilnn lift ween the welterweights. Teddy Murphy, the uoy manager, has wired to Hehfeld offering to match Maurice Savers against Kid Dalton or Leonard Lander. This will he considered just as soon as Carrlllo Is heard from. Lander at present Is In Hanford ami will return here the later part of the weok to accept a position in the oil Held. He does not wish to fight again until February and the probability IB, that In tho event the Nelll-MorrlB fight falls through. Sayera and Diillou will be matched and Lauder will flsht the winner. FOUND—A dark bay mare attached to old buggy, without top, on the QoBford road. Owner can have lama by prorlng property and pay- Ing costs. Inquire at 312 Twenty- first street, corner of Union avenue. 131 FOH UKNT—Two furnished front rooms Kilitulde for i;entleni<'ii. Well heater]; electric llijhls. Imlh and aye of telephone, inquire at L'n^o I'mli street. L'.l BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SAMS—A good legitimate bust- noss proposition here, clearing $250 t 0 $350 per month, requiring a few hours' actual time dally, can be had with good lease for $.';on. No experience necessary. Investigate Immediately as this is the best paying proposition in the city. Adrcss, "A. II. C." this office, tf iTfsTK.V LISTK.V LISTKNI—Here is the licht buy In Hakersflcld for the money. Business corner, lot 82x122 with buildings; rented for $Jin per i:;intli; can get you a three! years' \< use. I'll sell you the whole thing for only $1600. This j property will double in value In a; short time. Investigate this quick. See H. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins! building. 128; FOH SA.WC—An oil burner stove with pipes and tank, also can be used for wood. Also three dozen White Leghorn chickens. Address J. W. Nowak, Wasco, Cal. 131 REHN COMPANY LEAVES UNION After .( ueek'n unsuccessful stand at the I'riiou Theater, the Rehn Farce Comedy Company p:\cked Its trunks arid this afternoon departed for LOB Air_'e!e I'nlike the stock companies that have had disastrous engagements fpi tills city before, the Rehn ' oirumny left, here in good standing. The company was well supplied with worldly goods und every cent of debt against the organisation wan paid. In fact most of the bills were paid in advance. The company was np against a losing proposition. It is a good or- KJttib.ation and gave n goi»i show but. the weather far too ccH for people to go not nights.' The show lost money the tirst \seek and rather lliau get deeper i;i loss Manager Rehn decided ID terminate the C'ti-;a^eiii( iit find depart. COOKS AND WAITERS. There will he a meeting of Local 467, Cooks and Waiters, Wednesday, Dec. 30th, at 2:30 p. m. at Labor Council hall. AU members are notified to be present. By order of — A. POMBROY, 126 Financial Secretary. Big January Clearance Sale Starts Saturday- Full Details Later—Lots of Bargains for All—Make Your Plans Now to Take Advantage of This Big Money Saving Sale. Watch For Full Particulars ALL TOYS GREATLY REDUCED NOW ALL TOYS GREATLY REDUCED NOW LOST—Hay Illly. white star In lore- head; hind feet white; had leather halter with short chain attached. Kinder please telephone Muln 350. if 1/OST—In Bakersfleld, a gentleman's JQHNSON'8 MOTHER MAD€ black coin purse containing a sum! HIM A FIGHTER. of money. Finder will please leave same, iit liner's drug store and re celvo reward. 128 Prescription Filling is mir special! y. \Yc do this \vnfk ,'iCeliratel.V iltlil ciifcfully, HS.UIU- only tin; purest and hest of drugs. We have only experts to do this work and charge less than other s ( <>re»». Briny: all your YVOl'k til US. Phone Main 53. Free Delivery THERE'S A PIT AND SET i the harness we sell that makes your dollars do donhle duty in its Inlying und the harness double service in its use. We have just received a fresh stock of heavy draft collars warranted not tr> elutt'e or <j;ill the horse. Our line of dnir collars is eom- I plele in \ al'iel v, st vie, finish. ; PIONEER HAR'NES SHOP. MATTSON BROS., Prop. 1821 Chester Avenue. , GAL.VESTON. Dec. 27.— Mrs. Tinney H. Johnson, the widowed mother of Jack Johnson, who won the heavy' weight championship of the world ov- ler Tommy Hums, says she made n fighter out of her lioy, who Is one of three suns out of six children, but she bad '.:<> Idcit of m;iking n pugilist otit of him. "Jack was a slim built youngster til he was about 1H or 1« years old; he \» now :il." she said. "And he was u regular biiby mul was always get- j tins Into trouble at school with his playmates and always got the worst <il it. His sister h;ul to fight all his but ties and «tie was growing tired of this. One day when he was about 14 years old a small boy whipped him and he came home crying. I gave him another spanking and told him he would have to learn to fight his own tmttlcH, und that every time he got licked I would *lve him another licking when he came home. He was never whipped after that, and he licked every boy, big or little, that tacWed him." Johnson bought a home for bis mother In Qalveston and owns other property over the state and IB Investing his earnings. A .J. + * .j. .}. * * .{. .{. .5. .J. .j. CITY BP'EF8. .J. .J. A * * -------- ,._ ..... Attorney George K, Whllaker has returned from Los Angeles, where he spent Christmas. __ Mr. 1 -utbush — Out of every million letters that pass through the post- office It is calculated that only one goes astray. Mrs. Flat bush — Sems strange, John, that the one I give you to mail should be that one. — Yonkers States- innn. Jameson Laid to Rest — The funeral of Isaac Jameson was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rossnagie Funeral — The funeral of Kdmond J. Rossnagle, who died Saturday afternoon at his home near lludnut Park, was held yesterday from the chapel of Payne & Son. Rev. Edgar R. Fuller of the Congregational Church conducted the ser! vices. The deceased was the watchman at the Bakersfleld Iron Works. I Pneumonia caused his death. He was 61 years of age and is survived 1 by a widow, 8 daughter and four brothers. | Took the Thermometer — In order to test the degree of cold the Call- I fornlan thermometer was placed- out' side the other day — and within an i hour's time some miscreant carried It away. It was not a valuable thermometer but from association the owner would like to have It. If tho person who carried It away will return It, he will receive 25 cents re' ward, about the value of the miss- Ing article. Pretty Cold Yet—And It was only two degrees above freezing at 11 o'clock today. Still the weather man said it would be warmer—and It Is— two degrees. Death of Pioneer—Mrs. Annie Chamberlain Scott, mother of B. B. Scott of this city, passed away in Fresno on Saturday last. She was a pioneer of California and was In her eightieth year. The Ladies Minstrels—If you do not care to pay a dollar for a seal to see the ladles minstrels tonight, you (an get a seat for from 25 cents to 75 cents and a good seat at that. Mrs. Chas. Claklnsou is in town from Marlcopa. The Ladles' Minstrels tonight. WELL BORER. * * J. H. KEEFE * * Well Borer. Work Guaranteed * * 2917 Chester Ave. * •5* «^ •— -« ROBT. A. PILE WEDS MISS DAISY ROBERTS. On Sunday evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Miss Daisy Roberts and Robert Pile, Jr., were united In marriage, Rev. D. M. Crabtree officiating. The young people left on the evening train for Los Angeles, where they will spend their honey* moon, after which they will make their home In this city. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Roberta and has resided all of her life In this county, where sho has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Pile Is the junior member of the firm of Pile ft Son, the well known painters. The Turf Grill and Palace Hotel THE BEST PLACE TO EAT IN THE CITY. GILL & LUTZ, Props. Ladles' Entrance K and Wall Sts Cor. 19th and K Sts. Main 159 Save Your r i To elljov :'-o-n| health y .o niir,l have .MIM,| !,.;h. Til- i X- ll>N DKX'V.M. CO. l,a\o opened ,,,.| l-iail.'Ul (.lli.-,- ; III I'okc:.- li«!d and for the Next 30 Days in iutrodin.- their r.iiuh-,- .Methods are vet,- t.i.h, till v . ,-k for half I h" u-,.i;d rah-.. Hy our latest inipruved !M"' ! Mil and I'ilec! rieal Appliance v-'i l''illine's mid l'.\l I'a.'i inn, \vith least possible pain. If your plate rocks! or drop., in (|i,. ui»-,i ii i-unie 1o mir oi'lier and \\ e \\i!l iit VOU with one of nllr llmil,!,. Slletinil I'lllles whii'lt cailliot e-rl huise in the inoiith. We especially invile Ihe \veak and nervous to I ry our painless system <»!' exlmelilr: teeth. Xo cliai'tie fur c\l rael ill'_' •\\lien teeth are ordered, -.u take advantage t ,( the special low rates. Our success is due to skilh-,! w irknVinship and eentleuian- ly opi ratit!'-;. All Wo;-i; :;-'iarau'.'-ed. Union Dental Company llolll's: ,- a in. to i'. '• i" 1'.'. eliiil 1 /-', i':"r" to S :'!(>. ',-iiili diiys, in to I:.'. Galtoa Block, over Guudlach Slue Store. Rooms G, 7, 13, and 20. Kiuetoenth Street Bakersfleld Tony Rice; Proprietor Tommy Love. Manager THE LOUVRE CAFE.

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