The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 1, 1909 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 1, 1909
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^ Dust Pans Given Away FREE To all our patrons who call, we will give away absolutely free one of the new "So K Z" dust pans. They're something new—and very convenient. Be sure and get one. Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited fitore'and Warerooms 1518 18th 8t. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. 4 FOR SOLID COMFORT + A Go to the •: £ GRANADA HOTEL * 4> Sutter and Hyde Sts. * <t San Franc I too * 4, $3.60 per day American plan. * 3* Headquarters for Bakersfield. * .;. Rescript! in Filling is our specialty. We do this work accurately and carefully, nsinjf only the purest and best of drugs. We have only experts to do this work and charge less than other stores. Bring all your work to us. We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE A SON, Porps. High Class Vaudeville, Illustrated Songs, and Motbn Pictures on Saturday and Sunday, 2:30 p. r,\. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:30. Second 'performance. 9 (Continuous 1 Overture. 'Blushes and Smiles" Miss E. H. Franek 2 QU8 CALHOUN German Politician 3 Illustrated Song, "Heart* and Eyes Paul Tonje* MARIE CELE8TINE The Crazy Soubrette DEMARESTIO BROS. Singing, Trick Music, Talking and Dancing EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES "Russian Cavalry" "The Substitute" PRICES: General Admission lOe Reserved Section Itc Reserved Seats 20c RAINBOW USHERS IH FIRST SUNRISE OF THE NEW YEAR The rainbow of promise circled the out and for ten minutes above the sky on the ushering In of the first> scream of whistle and the explosion' day of the year of our Lord 1909. The of powder their music could ha beard. I sun was just peeping over the Te-lWhen the minute hand marked the haclmpi and forcing its way through first Quarter hour of 1909, the noise the rifts of clouds that banked them-j had subsided except for an occasion- selves about the mountain tops, when,&l ^' B J! e here and there, and by 12:30 all was again Quiet There was no arranged celebration the rainbow, a complete arc in the western sky appeared, beautiful to the vision, bright with promise for the up town, but the streets had more future. "Ana while the gorgeously col- than the usual number of people and ored bow was still perfect, the clouds many awaited the stroke of 12 he- unloosed their moisture and a fine fore departing for their homes, rain began, marking the end of the chilling fogs that have hovered over the valley for long weeks past. It was no heavy downpour that came, but It fortells the end of the dry cold weather, and gives promise for the future. It wag an auspicious opening of the initial day of the year Just begun, A Noisy Midnight. As the hour of 12 approached last eight noise reigned ' supreme. Some half hour before midnight, some enthusiast started the din by firing off a monster bomb, and within a few minutes the nolsemakera were busy throughout the town. Whistles In Too Late For Classification WANTED—A middle ag"d experienced woman to do cooking and help with housework; good wages. Phone Main 144. Marlcopa oil fields. 135 Bakersfleld and Kern were blown, short and sharp blasts or long drawn walls, according to the Idea* of the man on duty. Firearms were brought Into requisition, and the sharp discharge of the revolver alternated with the roar of bursting bombs. At five minutes to 12 St. Francis chimes peal- IT WILL BOTHER. Have you written 1908 yet whon you wanted to write 1909? Of course, you have, but of course you have sworn off saying bad words, so there Is nothing to do but to write a 9 over the 8. ELKS WANT TO COLORADO SPRINGS, Dec. 31.— Russ L. Holland, grand exalted ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, tonight wired President Roosevelt saying that the Elks of tha United States were anxious to alleviate suffering humanity In stricken Italy and asking the President to suggest an agency through which contributions could reach their destination with the greatest speed. STRAYED—Two bay horses from Norris school district. Ages 3 and 7. Weigh about" 900 pounds. Notify James Arp, Bakersfield, Main 1294. 132 POUND—Black spaniel at Haberfelde's furniture store. Parties can have same by calling at the Willow rooming house, proving property and paying for this ad. 182 SPECIAL MEETING. Notice—There will be a special meeting of Carpenters' Local 7-13 at Council Hall, Jan. 1, 1909, at 7:30 p. m. . Important. 130 DAVE HOENSHELL, Pres. Phone Main 53. Free Delivery THERE'S A FIT AND SET To the harness we sell that makes your dollars do double duty in its buyinsr and tho harness double service in its use. We have just received a fresh stock of heavy draft collars warranted not to chafe <>'• trail the horse. Our line, of dog collars is complete, in variety, style, finish. PIONEER HARNES SHOP. MATTSON BROS., Prop. 1821 Chester Avenue. Golden Gate Coffee Quality—clean—perfect Your grocer will grind it— better if ground at borne—not too fine. i 4 MEETING TO PROTEST AGAINST FREIGHT RATES. Tuesday night Is the date decided tinpon for the holding of the business men's meeting to protest against the higher freight rateo soon to become effective on the railroads. Wednesday was rate day throughout the state but at: a meeting of the Board of Trade held during the early part of the week it, was learned that the local shippers had not prepared themselves to make a protest and the meeting was postponed until some i later date, last night fixed as Tuesday, at which time specific instances will he included In the resolutions to he adopted. Closing Out All '08 BICYCLES $45.00 Bicycles, now $35.00 $30.00 Bicycles, now $25.00 $25.00 Bicycles, now $20.00 Positively this reduction open only for a few days. Groceries When you want something out of the ordinary in groceries give us a trial. We carry the best in the market at the best prices. Our imported Italian olive oil and maoammi are flu- best ever. Groceries, Liquors nm! '!'••- hficcos. Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery, FOUND TWENTY INDIAN SKELETONS IN SAND HILL. I While hauling sand from the old John Benedict place, just east of Ma- I pie Grove Creamery, John Wetel has recently uncovered about. 20 Indian skeletons in a sand knoll, Says the Hanford Sentinel. Some of the akel- tlons were found In bunches as If they had been buried together. Mr. Wetel Buys that from the appearance of the skeletons the Indians were buried there fully 100 years ago. It may be . that the sand hill was once a battle I ground and again it may he a bunch ! flood stream trom the mountains. Mr. I Wetel is hauling sand to his plant I soon to start to making cement brick | j and cement building blocks, he having 1 I bought the necessary machinery. I « . »——— i ! UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA I I GLEE CLUB ON TUESDAY, < j The entertainment given by the I University of California Glee Club • this year IB by far the best that has ever been presented by that popular organization. The club has practiced dally throughout the year and . | their work approaches ns near per-1 ' fiction as that of any glee club which ; has been heard in California. They j have a fine repertoire, including popu-1 j lar, classic and college songs, while I the humorous songs which they sing as encores keep the audience in a ; rear of laughter. Owing to the fine \ reputation they made for themselves: on their trip last year, they are meeting with crowded houses wherever they appear and those who attend ; their concert on Tuesday evening at the Bakersfleld Opera House will see something new and interesting in the line of college entertainments. • SUMMONS. In the Sunerior Court of the Countv of Kern. State of_Calif Bessie Aker. Aker. Defendant. f'thVci PraintPfff'"v.s. Fran'.; ¥roTieht.,in the S.nnerlor.Con niu send fireetinir to Fran;-: i . '- , . !>- 1 Edison phouo^raph Headquarters. A complete line always in stock. Have your old phonograph clipped with attachment for playing both 2 and 4 minute records. I can do it for you. I have nil size attachments on hand, GEO. L. SNIDER Phones Main 295 and 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cal. Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Flour It has tho greatest demand of liny Hour made and is ueeti by all housewives who appreciate fine flour. When you're paying out your money for good Hour, get it—nud always ask for this brand. It will pay you to try this flonr uud to find out its thorough goodness. At all grocers. i You are hereby reniilrod to anneal' In :m action lirotivm :i» r nln."t von hv ; the above-named Plaintiff, in the Sit- nerlor Court, of the Count v of Kern. s'i;ite or Cal"oT'!iJ;i iin.'l to ;ni'iw»->r the Complaint filed therein, within ten invK (exclusive of tho dnv ot M-rvicot lifter service <m voii of this Summons. if «."!'ved within sul'l Countv; if xorv- i"l elsewhere, within thlrtv davs. An ! vrni .-in- ''(iroliv ti"ti/i<"I th;it If '•mi furl to so aniwar and answer, tho I';•'iritijf w'll t-iUc 'iKltMiu-'it ipr auv moiii'v or ilaiiri'-'i's dcmmiiifl in tho Complaint us ari^'iiT unou con'i-art. or wit] Mpnlv to ihc 1 Court for i'iiv utli'T r< ••'•!•<' d«.|n:itntfr| In the i''otii|i|;iiii r ',<'|ini.-s 'nv ii:nii1 mi'! the si-iil ot said Snni'i'lo,] 1 Court of th.o Coutnv of I\.M-n. State rtf (7i(lifnnt|:i. this Mill i ' nf S« iiicni!'"!'. A. H. " 1V . <•••!!> 1. I . .MIl.i.Kli C!frk. M (f. Ain.i'l. Atf. for IVttY. il'-.'M \l THE PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND MANY OP ?HEM. Pioneer Mercantile Co Qu» Schftmblln Phone Main 98. A Prosperous And a Happy New Year to Every One! HAVANA CIGARS NEW Undertakers, Funeral Successor, to Morton & Can- RED OKOM AMBULANOi. ,n i > \ttendant. 1414 10th It' -at or D»y, Main M) Dreamland 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. BAKERSFIFLD OPERAHtl » SE UniYL.HUI II.1.U BOBT. 6. BARTON «.„„,. "A»TON,rI lna , t . r WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6TH. EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE NAME America's Great Comic Opera Farceurs Murray and Mack In the Second Edition of Their Greatest Success '"*"" The Sunny Side of Broadway Extra Features—The "Wonderful Faceograph; Latest ?i> trical Invention.. Original Sheath Gown Girl.. Greatest H Hits in .Musical Comedy—Lyric and Music by Boyle Wouf ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION AND BRIGADE ,: 40 PEOPLE 40 i' Prices 25c, 50o, 75c aad 51 Q O Buy Seats Monday. I

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