The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 31, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 31, 1908
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fcfiCEMBEB 31, 1908. Jessie Moore Whiskey Is one of the best kt own and best liked whiskeys sold. Its purity and goodness is celebrated and it always pleases. At the bar It's the whiskey most called for and for medicinal purposes H has no equal. Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Wareroomi 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. Article* (if incorporation of the Ba- Kernlield GimiKP imd Anio Supply Co. were filed tills afternoon. The company Is capitalized for ffid.ium, there beinn I'l'in sharcH valued at $100 each. Thirty thousand dollars of the capitalization hun been subM'iibed. The Incorporators are E. .1. Erb, \V. E. Drnry, James Opden, H. K. gns Peacock and An- The Knlghtg of Columbus will not wept on New Year's night, but will bold their Installation of officers on Friday night of next week. PARK TOMORROW Tomorrow afternoon under the au- spleen of the Hiidnut Driving Club, n New Year's iniitlnee will take place at Hudniit Park. William O. Lutz, secretary of the club, has the meet In charge. The entries are local animals only. It was Intended to bring in a couple of cars of outsiders but the miserable weather of the earyl part of the week caused the club officials to VICTOR STEAM GAS HEATERS New scientific discovery; xri'ttt boon to throat and liinn sufferers. Cost of «as for 10 hours, 10 rents, (lives summer heat. No odor VICTOR JET GAS HEATER EADS AUL OTHERS •atB room 14x18 feet, j an hour for gas. No. lor. Come and see c wonder. Also the renowned lid comfort BUS heater .00. J. H. CARR 1609 Nineteenth St. We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE A SON, Porps. High Class Vaudeville. Illustrated nn-J Motlin Picf.i'es MaMneei on Saturday and Sunday, 2:30 p. M. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:30. Second perfoinance, 9 (Continuous per 1 Overture. "Bluthei and Smiles" Mlts £. H. Franck 2 GUS CALHOUN German Politician 3 Illustrated Song, "Hearts and Eyes Paul Tonjes 4 MARIE CELKSTINE The Crazy Soubrette DEMARESTIO BROS. Singing, Trick Music, Talking and Dancing 6 EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES "Russian Cavalry" "The Substitute" PRICES: General Admission Reserved Section Reserved Seats 10 c Ific 2(lc abandon I heir plans. Likewise, the proposed :..ii(jiiiol>lle races were I abandoned. The races tomorrow will be principally running Mr. Lutz has n Hat of fourteen entries for these events. It includes the well known nnlninls. Dr. Schufer, All Kl^hi, Probe, Caliban, Sylvester, Santa Hosit and Premium Host). A gentleman's driving race will be one of the features. Two match running races tor $100 side bets were planned but the failure of the outside horses to arrive prevents the running of these. Judge W. H. v,-:" be the starter. February Race Meet. Mr. Lutz has received assurances of the presence of four professional drivers here for the auto race meet which the Hiidnut Driving Club will ihold Washington's Birthday. The club Is considering making the meet- Ing a two days' affair, as Washington's birthday falls on Monday, and the plan of beginning the events Sunday, thus having two days of auto sports, is to be put before the club. i Frank Free, whom Mr. Lutz secured to enter the ra< PS that were proposed for New Year's day, la now In San Francisco, where he IB supervising the construction of a new racing car. \ Free writes that he Is sorry the meet i did not materialize as he would have i i liked f o have raced here on New! Year's Day. He promises to be: among the entries for the February meet. The new racing car •which Is ' now iielng constructed for him, IE ex- pectdi to be completed during the latter part of February and one of Its first severe tests will be In Bakers- Held. In adltlon to Free, Lutz has arranged with three other well known profi ^slonal drivers and If the two days meet is decided upon It will attract widespread attention. local track Is regarded as the alf mile track In the state and ; of the leading auto firing of nla are anxious to establish half mile mark. Free himself that he hopes to reduce the! ^ track records with his new Th beat sever Calif, a nev writ* exist i car. WO SENT TO STATE'S PRISON MURPHY PLEADS NOT GUILTY Hferrv Murphy and Jack Kays, self il burglars, were this morning oi'iiienced to two years each, the former 'o San Quentln and the lat- e 'n tt' 'case of Frank Hackett, who also pi-ad guilty, but who is only a boy, imminent was suspended and ne wasl.plr.-'I in the care of Probation Officer i> N Newell to whom he must report • .u h week. Tejon Couple to Wed. j Edgar T Fees, a native of Kansas, aged "' '•'•'a* today licensed to wed Amelia May Petit, a native of California, ..-'-j 17- Both reside at Te- Jon. Two New Companies, Artlr 1 ' s of incorporation have been filed as fullows: Arlca Oil Company, capital stork, $500,000. Directors, O Shrli'iin. \V. A. Sloan, R. T. Fisher, j L. E. \Vestrlch. W. E. Buck. Art- qulpa HI', Company, capital stock, $500,OfM'; same directors as the Arlca Compatr. Filed Inventories. S A. Woody, auditor; I. U Miller, clerk ar.d W. A. Howell and Ernest Laird have filed inventories of county property in their possession. A Prosperous And a Happy New Year to Every One! FUNERAL OF MRS. CALDWELL TO BE HELD TOMORROW. The funeral of Mrs. A, J. Caldwell mother of W. A. Caldwell, who died yesterday at 705 C street, will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. W.-H. Wetraan of the Presbyterian church will officiate. -*-—•- Pescription filling is our specialty. We do this work accurately and carefully, tiHitiir only the purest and hest of dm<rs. We Iitfve mily experts 1(,< do this work mi!, charge less than ulher stores. I'rinu' <i!i yn'ir work to nv ' J. Murphy, a waiter at the Gusher who last night threw a panful of hot i water In the face of Haves Armstrong, j a barber employed at the Palace Barj ber shop, as the result of a dispute i arising over a small bin, this after- I noon plead not guilty to the battery i charge against him and his trial was I set for Saturday. Armstrong was painfully burned on the right side of the face, and It is feared his right eye Is badly Injured. He Is under the care of Dr. Scott. Frank Barker was held to answer '.to the superior court this afternoon tor the burglary of Lntz' drug store. He was unable to give "ball. [ EAGLES WILL WATCH ! 1909 SUPPLANT 1908. | The Kaslcs will have a watch party i tonight. A number of the lodge mem- | hers and their wives will be present ( and a very enjoyable crvenlng is antic: ipated. THERE'S A FIT AND SET e Main 53. Fr«« tDellvery To ) he harness \ve sell lhat makes your diillars do dnuhle duty in its Imyim.' a p uj the luiniess douUU- .service ill ils use. \\'e have .just received ii ftv.sll stuck of lirilVV dm ft ''^llars warranted not to chafe or {.'all the horse. Our line of dojj; collars is complete in variety, style, finish. PIONEER HARNES SHOP. MATT8ON BROS., Prop. 1821 Che«ter Avenue. ORRIS CHAIRS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS We have n few left which we do not intend to carry ott"'. This is the opportunity to get one of these tine uliuira for your own home Good Groceries \VhiMi you want something out of the ordinary in jrro- ceries tfive us a trial. \Ve carry the host in tin- market at the best prices. Our imported Italian olive oil nttd miie.Hrroni are the host ever. (inn-cries, Liquors and To- Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. Tejon Couple is Married The home of Mrs. H. Van Oruuui at 1705 K street was the scene of a pretty wedding today at noon when Mr*. Van Ormuii's grand (laughter. Miss Amelia May Pet tit, became the bride of ICdgar Phillip Fees. Rev. Edgar H. Fullvr ot the Consvesalional Church performed the ceremonv. After a luncheon the young couple deuart- ed for Los Angeles and the southern part of the state on a trip of n week or two. Until younK people are residents of Tcjoi, the bride being a mem- 1'er of tine of the best kn"\vn families in the county. Mr. Fees is a lineman epi'iitoyed by Hie KOison Company. I After their return they will make their ! home at Tejor< where Mr. Foes Is sta t lolled. NEW TEACHERS REPORTED IN THE COUNTY FORCE. The following changes in teachers have been reported to the superlnten- I I dent of schools: MisF Minna White- j bill has succeeded Mrs. H. C. Blodget, | resigned, at Aztec.' Miss Elizabeth | Hubbard, at Oils, succeeds Miss Isabel Patterson, resigned. Delano has employed an additional • teacher In the person of Miss Estelle I N. Fisher, the new teacher being made necessary by the increased attendance. Ira E."-Smith, an oil man, Js here from Stockton. BORN. , CRAWFORr>—In Bakersfield, December 29, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Crawford, a son. ,< Chinese Laborer Dies—Wo Jain, a Chinese laborer who has been confined to the county hospital, died this morning. He was almost 70 years of age. Death wits due to old age. The funeral will bo held ;u 2 o'clock tomorrow. ,t DIXON <a .SON Undertakers, Funeral ' rs ''mbalmers. Successor* to Morton 4 Con- t „ < Utendant. 1414 19th SV KED CROM AMBULANOi. fi,~- *ht or Day, Main »V NEW YEAR'S SERVICE AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Tomorrow at 10 a. m. there will be holy communion at St. Paul's. Dreamland Dancing Wednesday, Friday' 5 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. SUMMONS. .In the SiiPf-rlor Court, of the Countv of Kern. State of Califfirnin. Hessle AKer. Plaintiff, vs. Frank Aker. Defendant. Action brouirnt In the Sunerior Court of the County of Kern, Snto- of California, aril the Complaint "'•>' in s-'d! i/.muiv _of Kern. In the Office of the PHILIP W. DERA uR Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Flour It lias the greatest de- niaiiii of any (lour made au 1 la used by all bouse- wives who appreciate, ftiui (lour. When you're paying out your money t'or good Hour, !;ct It--and always ask for tliis brand. It will yviy you to try ibis Hour and to find out it.; tliorouyh goodness. At all ni'orers. ( , I i ,' * •* * * " • * ** * ** v •«-' i ' v v «.' t i.i t«.; Merk of said Sunerior Court. The IViinle of the State c r-'.l|'-. r - nlii send (Ireetlnz to Frank A!••(••:•. De- j j You are herebv renulred to aimenr i in an actimi brnueht afalnst ^'ou bv I the iibo-.e-nanie.-l Plaintiff. In tin- Su- norior Conn of the Count v of Kern. M ite fir (' |ii',n-ni;. ail'' to ii"-; '•<•;• tho , ( omiilalni tiled therein, within ten i • ilfi\s (exclusive dt the ilav ot s-'-i-vlce! ' •:i;ier v,.,-\,,.. f . n VOI| () f (f,);, Suiniiioil.-;. ! II ;-erv. i! ".jtliin «'i!d Countv; if serve 1 t-Isewln [••.•, \\iidln thlrtv d;ivs, All.I ujii ate i.ereb\ noilff ••> ;h;it if ,'.'•'. ; I 1 ', t<> •* i • ,. H-ar Hinl i.n-;\ver. the • i 'Mtiri v.-.|! • .' ,. i,,.i,.mciji i;. u . anv ilMfinev or dama'-'es dem..;..!ed In the » omnlati. :-;ii,-i'i_' iiuoa ci-iil: act or •wi-l .;uiiil> '(i 'l|. ''inn-; t'or ."liv oilier : i ''! (|elnal:d< i in i,.ie (':iinu! il'it. J\ i''i' • >:iv >'Mi' i and tbe sr-a.l of Haul biiiierior (,'iiiin of tin- Cpiinty of . Kern.. Slate oj • California, this 14th i 'i'.\ el S"iileniher. A. 1). V.108. ':-eili , I. I MIl.l.Kli Clerk. : ^ 0. II. ADiicl. Miv. for I'ltff. ia-!U 1408-10 19th St. Main 173 THE PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND MANY OF Pioneer Mer<:antilft Co The Big-Reduction Sale of Long Coats Continues all Week! These rcdiifti'His slioiil. 1 li'i".! 1 *'> every woman in Hakei'sticld and \ii-mity who is iti need dl' a now coat. lOvcry frariiient is made in the ht'ii;ht of fashion, of tlmrouirhly ivlinblc materials and at the present reduced prices they are decidedly attractive. SEE OUR WINDOWS- The Values will Appeal to Everyone That Looks PHONE HAMILTON'S MAIN309 2000 CHESTER AVE. AT 2OTH

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