The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 30, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 30, 1908
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TUB BAKER3FTELP CALIPOBNUN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 80, 190*. Jessie Moore Whiskey Is one of the best, known and best liked ROM. Its purity and is celebrated and It always pleases. At the liar It's the whiskey moHt called for and for medicinal purpones it has no equal Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. SPRINGFIELD Olt COMPANY NAMES ITS DIRECTORS. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Springfleld OU Company held yesterday the following: directors and officers werp chosen: E. H. l,ovel!ind, president; C. E. Real, vice president: I... C. Ross, treasurer; A. T. LlKhtner, secretary; W. 9. Temple. "Yea," the lady remarked, "since ,!ohn'» uncle died we have a nice country house, horses, cows, pigs, hens, and—" "That must be charming," broke In the other. "You can have all the fresh eggs you want every day." "Oh, well," hastily interrupted the first speaker, "of course the hem can lay If they like lo, but ID our position It Isn't nt all necessary."—Hamper's Monthly. VICTOR STEAM GAS HEATERS Xew scientific discovery; yrent boon to throiit and hum sufferers. Cost of HUH tor 10 hours, 10 centfi. (lives summer beat. No odor VICTOR JET GAS HEATER LEADS ALL OTHERS Heats room 14xlS feet Ic an hour for gas. No. odor. Come and see the wonder. Also the renowned •olid comfort gas beater $1.00, J. H. CARR 1609 Nineteenth St. We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE A SON, Porps. High Class VaudPTll/e, Illustrated Songs, ant! Motlin Pictines M=iiintet on Saturday and Sunday, :30 . M. 2:30 p. M. at 7. Show begins at Doors open a . ow egns 7:uO. Second perfo r mance. 9 (Continuous 1 Overture. "Blushes and Smiles" Miss E. H. Franck 2 GUS CALHOUN German Politician 3 Illustrated Song, "Hearts and Eyes Paul Tonjes MARIE CELESTINE The Crazy Soubrette DEMARESTIO BROS. Singing, Trick Music, Talk'ng and Dancing 6 EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES "Russian Cavalry" "The Substitute" PRICKS: General Admission IOC Reserved .Section loc .Scats 20c P escripion Tilling is our specialty. We do this work accurately and carefully, nsirisr only the purest anil host of driiirs. \Vo Imve i mly exports tn dn this work ami r'nar'jo loss thini utlier Given 3 Years for Burglary Jesus Fernandez, accused of bur- KlurlzliiK a hand Company house on 24th street, today in Judge Mahon's court, cli.-inged his plea of not guilty to guilty, mid was sentenced to serve a term of three years In Folsom. Three Plead Guilty. Harry Murphy, Jack Kays and Prank llackett, accused of robing un S. P. freight car, today plead guilty In Jui)g» Mahon's court, and they will appear for sentence tomorrow. Anna Williams, the colored murder- OHS, was granted until January n to plead. She claims to have sent for money to employ an attorney. Robert Wilson and Earl Jamison i-ucli accused of burglary, will be arraigned on Saturday morning next. A New Company. The Bc-'t Rock Oil Company has filed articles of incorporation with a capital stock of $50,000. The ^corporators are B. T. Dyer, Mrs. M. H. Dyer O G Myers, Mrs. JV. P. Myers and \V». U 1-eland. Appriuement. Inventory and appraisement have been filed In the estate of Louis Borel The property Is valued at $630. Decree of Divorce. Final Decree of divorce has been filed In the case of Roy L. Harrington vs. Jennie Harrington. To Quiet Title. The McKittrick Oil Company has filed suit against the California-Pittsburg Oil Company to quiet title to lots ;i, 4. 6 and 6 in section 12-30-21. Laird & Irwln are attorneys for the complainant. To Rescue Home. Johanna Chemniut, a 1(! year old girl, IIUH been commltteed to the custody of Mrs. Gllzageth Cnolbnugh by Judge Bennett to be taken to the i'enlel Rescue Home in Sacramento. The Minister—Then you don't think I practice what I preach, eh? The Deacon—No sir, I don't. You've been preachln' on the subjec' o' resignation fur two years and ye hlvna resigned yjt.—Exchange. WILL FILE LEASE Everybody Buys Kern Rivfer Mills Flour It has the greatest demand of any flour made and Is used by all housewives who appreciate fine flour. When you're, paying out your money for good flour, get it—and always nsk for this brand. It will pay you to try this Hour and to find out Its thorough goodness. At all grocers. The lease of the Sunset Road Oil C'.mpmiy's property to the Union O:; Company will be filed with County Recorder Lee tomorow morning. I'l'e agreement wfes entered Into on tt.c HHh day of December and la sign- e i for the lessors by C. N. B<ai, pi' Hldent, and Pay C. eBal, secretary, i\Ule W. S. Stewart, vice president, n: d Giles Kellogg, secretary, of the \ i,ion, signed for the lessee. The a, i cement was ratified by the dlrec- t> is of both companies at meetings In-M December 17th. I he lease will expire December 31, r<-\ and In It Is specified thirteen gi"'ip8 of land, aggregating 7250 acres an.: including the most of the com- l>,u:y's West Side property. Ten of lip groups of land are previous! ha i'S by the Sunset Road Oil Company to small West Side concerns, \siiiih are assumed by the Union. 1 he consideration mentioned is $10 ai.<! a royalty from the product of the property. For the properties operated by the Sunset Road Oil Company ii trom all wells on these proper- now in process of drilling, the \ or is to receive a one-flfth royal-• ty. A similar royalty will be red from the proceeds of the lessors previous leases. From the prop-j i yet to be developed In both in-1 stances the royalty is one-tenth. Tho t'liimi is to act as the lessor's agent' In i his matter and Is to furnish a true and accurate account of th emonthly production on or before the 10th day of i. aoh month. Union agrees to have two comp]i <•• strings of tools in operation e ninety days, four belore 180 and seven before the end of the year. It Is farther agreed that npment work shall continue ily and in good faith until seventy new wells are put down. Tho f the contract are to hold' co d so long as the price of oil f. o. b. in car or pipe line is not less than for-.- (cuts per barrel, while the • merit, likewise, as it pertains to most of the smaller previous .-. lioliis good as long as the ' of oil is five tents in excess of cost of production and loading t'. on ilit, 1 tracks near the wells. ] A. Hlodset, of the Sunset U^a.; i'iiinpiiny, this afternoon -:t::;ed ' In- is to have no further COIV.IPC-' vith the property above le-i*ei! dii.nni the life of tlie lease. Mr. iUo Igi : i'litns lo continue in the oil business in this county. His company IUIK holdings other than those just acquired liy the Union and he will probably i turn his attention to the development Of I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.^ Sealed bids wl 1 ! toe received by C. Rltzman at his residence, 812 H street, Kern, from December 21, 1908, to January 1, 1U09, for the erection of & one story concrete and brick building according to plans and specifications. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 180 C. RITZMAN. da\> di th. le.i, pii< the o. i !! Oil th:r Jioti Speial Sale of Men's Stiff Bosom Shirts! Regular $2.50, $2.00 and $1.50 shirts. Special while they last, for 55c each. We want to reduce our stock of men's stiff bosom shirts, so have priced them at considerably less than their regular prices, and every man who needs shirts can save a good deal of money by buying now—the styles are good, and they are made of the best materials. The sizes are 14 to 17. Buy all you want now while the assortment is good. Regular $2.50, $2.00 and •$1.50 values. Special for 55c each. All Toys Greatly Reduced. All Toys Greatly Reduced. $150 Drawing at Morley's The drawing for $150 to be given on New Year's eve by the Guudlach Shoe Company, will be handled by the popular Morley theater. On account of the many that are interested In addition to the regular patrons of the show the Union Theater bus been secured to accommodate a larger crowd. The Paragraph will be moved across the street for this engagement so that the special program can be successfully handled. The theater will be heated early in the*day and by evening those present will be made comfortable. The first performance will, as usual, begin at 7:30 sharp and the $160 will be given away Immediately after the first show in the same fair style that Mtorley's own drawings have always been conducted. There will be no '•also In prices. BIBLE'S CYCLERY step in and see our new Hne of 1909 wheels. They are classy. See our wheel with a coaster brake, guaranteed for one year, for $25. BIBLE'S CYCLERY, 1807 Chester avenue. Phone Main 850. A certain father who Is fond Of putting his boys through natural history examinations is often surprised by their mental agility. He recently asked them to tell him "what animal Is satisfied with the least nourishment?" "The moth," one or Vhem shouted confidently. "It eats nothing but holes."—Youth's Companion. The Wife—I had all kinds of faith. in my husband when I married bim. The Maid—And now? •The Wife—Oh, I soon discovered that marriage was a great faith cure. —Chicago Daily News. THERE'S A FIT AND SET Phone Main 53. Free Delivery 'I'll tile l|;ll'||ess We sell that DUllvCS ymir dollars ilo double duty in its liiiyinu' and the h.irnoss double MM'vicc HI it-i use. \Ye have jllst received it 1'resll stuck (if heavy draft <M>|l;irs warranted nut to chiifc or trail the horse. Our line of dog collars is complete in variety, stylo, finish. PIONEER HARNES SHOP. MATTSON BROS., Prop. 1821 Cheiter Avenue. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. A special meeting of the Fraternal Brotherhood will be held Wednesday evening at K. of P. hall, Kern, for the purpose of initiating Mrs. C. P. Badger, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. Samuel Thomas. All members are urgently requested to be present. Ry order of the secretary: Mrg. H. H, Brown. 126 Dreamland ORRIS CHAIRS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS \Ve have a few left which we do not intend to carry over. This is the opportunity to get one, of these lim- chairs for Your own homo PHILIP W. IEDERA 1408-10 19th St. Main 173 . 6 •! &:;,!# V' •••'" '• "^f$ "* ki: t:,<.m al it v.'. w.."t t»- •-;.'(> .••/?!•;• i i.c ft:. >. (-,' ,'.'•• f.'V. '.•:;•; /.'/'/ t .V ;':?/. J C'g- THE JOHN BOU-MAN COMPANY, M-inufucturer.SasiFrancisco Dancing Wednesday, Friday«And Saturday -===—==*Nights =====—« COMMENCING FRIDAY, JAN. 1st, 8:30 P. M. THESE DANCES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN A STRICTLY FIRST CLASS AND UP TO DATE MANNER. NO OBJECTIONABLE CHARACTERS OR DANCING ALLOWED. N. SMITH. Manager. DIXON Undertakers, Funeral Successors to Morton & Con &KD GROSS AMBULANOi. SON \tteudant. 1414 19th Bt< *ht or Day, Main »'< Save Yo i p Teeth To enjoy good liciilih yo:i must have good loeth. The UN'- T<)\ DIONTAL CO. have opened permanent offices in Hakers- iicld find for the Next 30 Days to introduce: their Painless liods are going to do all work for linlf the usual rates. By our latest improved method and Electrical Appliance we are prepared to do all Dental Operations, Crowns, Bridgcvork, Fillings and Extractions with least possible pain. If your plate rocks or drops in the mouth come to our office and wo will fit you with one of our Double Suction Plates which cannot get loose in the mouth. AVe especially invite the weak and nervous to try our painless system of extracting teeth. No charge for extracting when teeth are ordered, so tnlce advantage of the special low rates. Our success is due to skilled workmanship and gentlemanly operators. All work guaranteed. Union Dental Company Hours: 8 ft. MI. lo G. p. in. Evenings, 7 :HO to 8:30. Sundays, in to 12. Qaltes Block, over Gundlach Shoe Store. Booms 6, 7, 19, and 20. Nineteenth Street Bakeraaeld

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