The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 1, 1909 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 1, 1909
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•• r ' BAKEB8FIBLD CAMffORNlAN WIPAT, JANUARYJ ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY The most wonderful of all Pianoa. WAY, A. B. ( Also INSIDE PM large supply to select from. Easy Terms, STEIN- EMERSON, ESTEY, STERLING and others. 38. Very •Mt Prlcei; ^ i • i Phone Main 602 Sherman,Clay r Company. V ¥ C. E. KEY, Manager New Fish Block-1820 K Street gfcf- - ^^ -h. -••• i -* i. y i 'f -, U ! '- *\ •: * MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue .' h- Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE, OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 A tin ission Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. Talc of the Crusaders" "Cave of the Spooks" "Elf. King" "Donkey Skins" "Mountain Fued" SONGS—"Blue Bell." "I Am ForYou" V Entire change of Program Monday Matinee Saturday and Sunday. and Thursday lights GENUINE HOLLY WREATHS HOLLY Roses, Carnations, Violets and Chrysanthemums. First class Nursery Stock, Trees, Shrubs. Orders promptly filled. CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Cor. Slvth St. and Chester Ave, Phone Mala 745. , ,0. '.I' AND MANY OF THEM IB our camcst greeting to all of : our patrons, with an additional •wish an additional wish that they 'may enjoy their Christmas with ;as much satisfaction a.s we impart ,to every order for cleaning and pressing that reaches our hands. ;'Mail orders promptly attended to i j~mt-...-i- — " ' Pioneer Cleaners &ud Dyers \ A. C. Jacobton, Proprietor, '. * Office, 161d 19th St.. Phone Main 176 Wortu, 129483 20th St. Phone Male 168 C ITEUS TREES ,Y?& l °J23- EH^L^JffSPH!^ buclfl. aehicteclfrom choice NUR8HRY, w. Propr. .PASADfeNA C°AU ROUGH DRY Did You Enow Give trial. We will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all pieces that require starching and return to you for only 6 cents per pound 1 If yon are in a hurry telephone for us to call Friday morning and have them returned Saturday evening, Satisfactionguaranteed. Oire ui a trial, Telephone M*in 259. CITIZEN! LAUNDRY The Poultry and Egg Exchan THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and-Eggs. Prompt Delivery in Bale- J't Keni. Mnln 693, 2115 Q Street. * 1 . ' % . L .*"- • • — - - T, * -a aa $V All voads lead to 0. N. JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS , Phone, Main 653. 1301 Nineteenth 8t Advertisemets serted in 1 fornian result Cali- bring your wants known through this medium::: publicity pays. '—-1 Classified ads, three lines, three times, 25c; three lines, one week, 50c. Phone Main 31. H i ~ " f * I ' • * f t ' * - .' " . ' _ . . __ ..__ j - — PHYSICIANS *"•— i 11 i BAKBB8FXELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Mala 414 DB, J. 1* CARSOlf Phytlclan and Offlce and residence 801-2-3, Produc*. era Barings Back building. Hour* from 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to4 aad 7 to 9 p m. Office and residence telephome Mala 60. DB. B. B. EEEB ~ Phy«lclan ana surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Ftab block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DB. OHA8. A. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon Office, Fish block, rooms 11 and 12. Office hours 11 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. no., 7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office, Main 150; residence Main 978. DB, FEED J. CREASE 'Physician and Surgeon. Hopkins budding* northeast corner Chester are., and 19th at.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfield. Office phone Main 247. Res. phono Mala 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 pm. T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, BakersQeld, Cal. Office phone, Main 220; residence, Main 686, ATTOBNEYi ••*•*•! '• I ' !• l^fc • ••! Hi* " "' £. L. TOBTIR Atternty-atUw Room 20, Bank of Baker*fl«ld build Ing. Telephone Mala 240. 0*0, TLOttSHOY AttorMV*at-Uw Notary Public. Office* Stoaer comer C*«ater at•»• a»« ittu etmt. Ttwtam* Matn «7. The Califora Jan ilaitifled ftdvertitliig coltumu tt» the tat medium for making known four want* Fire line)!, one week five Unw, ilirde days • • * * * Wo * * t THOU, 800TT Attorney and Counselor at Ltw Offlc* over t&« Bank of FOB WANTED 1AJJE— S8TAT1 FOR SALE^A splendid little business on Chester avenue (on a«* couot of sickness of owner). Two years' lease on building. Will sell ac a very low price. Make me an offer. B. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins BMg. Phone Main 433. 13-1 FOR SALE OR RENT— A nix-room wodern cottage, well located. Inquire at room 5, ConkUn building. 1926 Chester avenue between the hours of 10 and 11 a. m. and 3 and WANTED—Three men to travel and distribute samples of twelve different firms. Must be able to walk eight hours a day. Wages, $80 a month and expenses. Must give security of $50 for sample trunks and outfit. Address CaHfornlan office. 180 4 p. tf DB, Ii. M. CAIN PhyeJclan afld S«rs?on. McKlttrlck, Cal. " Office and residence, Little Hotel, FOR SALE— I have listed with me for sale several lots of milk cowl of from 10 to 90 nead. Also other stock. For information call on tni at Kern County Creamery. R, Rose. tf WANTED—Girl to strip tobacco, lu- qulre atf Pioneer Cigar Factory, telephone Mam 841'. 128 CARPENTERING—The good times are with us! Are yoti going to alter or add to your house, or eten to build? Let me figure for the Job. Wallace Watson, 607 P street, Kern City. Phone Main S20. 139 OYCLBRY—Just arrived; Two new Curtiss 3 h. p. motorcycle, |210; two new 1909 R. 8. n«h torrycles, $225. Also have four second hand motorcycles* Racycle, $U<; Light, $125; Reading, $110; Curtis, $160. Bible's Cyclery, 1»T Chester Ave., Phone Main 850. 131 FOR S.VLB—An oil burner sfeve with pipes and tank; also can be used for wood. Also three doaen White Leghorn chickens. Addrew J. W. Novak, Wasco, Cal. 131 all MRS MARTINEZ is ready to Jo kinds of sewing at the Willow, B. Expert on evening dresses or tailor made suits. Mrs. Martinez Is well known. Telephone Main 16B2, 116 BE. W. P. SOQTT Phytlclan and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Main 210. Rooms 207, 208 and 216, Producers Bank building. DR. A. F. SOHAFER Phytlclan and Surgeon. Office, rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, Oil and Stock Exchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. DB, F. W. MITOHELL Phyarelan and Surgeon. Office, rooms 305 and 306, Producers Bank building. Office hours from 11 to 12 a, m., and 2 to 4 p. m. Telephone Main 662. Res. Main 612. DOCTOR FOWLEB Physician and Surgeon Office and Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, 3* 4, 5 and 6, Hopkins Building. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat, Office hours, 10 a. m. to It m.; 2 to 4 p. m Pho»G Main 249. ''•' " " ••" "- *••»••• •—••FRATERNAL FOR SALE— A good legitimate business proposition here, clearing 1250 to $350 per month, requiring a few hours' actual time dally. can be had with good lease for $2500. No experience necessary. Investigate Immediately as this Is the best paying proposition In the OK SALE—1907 Thomas 40 U.p. au- toinoltile. In Al condition. Terms to responsible party if desired. For demonstration telephone Main 270 or Mala 1663. tf STOVEWOOD FOR SALE— $4 per cord by W. C. Scarlett Old RiYer. also sw»f't potatoes* blackeye beans and peanuts. CALL UP FARMERS 141 for Garlick's famous sweet potatoes. Delivered In Bakersfleld by the hundred pounds, or to any part of the state by the carload- city, flee. Adress, <( A. B. C. this o£- tf H. 0. HAENFSte With J. W. Broc.vrean Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 BaKersfleld, Ca) FOR EXCV1ANOE— R S. motorcycle, fine condition, for hcrse, cow, or town lot. Address C. K. Anderson, OilcenjLer. Cal. 129 FOB SALE P, O. E. No. 266— Bakerafleld Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. B. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 at Odd Pel- A A ^& ^K M ^ _ . & • EUCALYPTUS TREES 3,000,000, Leading Varieties Eucalyptus Land and Timber Company, Edward C. Cribb, Pres, W. S. Thatcher, Sec'q. 123 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal, B, J. CURNOW, wen norer (formerly of the firm ot Curuow & Keefe) ar- testau and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield E. F, D. No. 3. Phone Farmers 181. U WANTED—Meu and strong* boys. Combination Trade School & Contracting Co. teaches the trades hy actual wovk* electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 East Jfinth, Los Angeles, tf NOTICE—Have you a&y live stock for sale? If so list it with me and I will endeavor to find you a buyer. Am in touch with buyers day, Small commission. Rose, at Kern County ery. FOR SALE—One span of fine driving horses, .single or double, top uotcU- ors. Just the thing for an oil man, See I,. J. Lavers at the race track or phono Main 005. \vfll brokt? driving horses, etc. Some saddle horses. For sale at the race track. Com*' early and take your pick. h. J. I/.tvers. tf w FOR SALft—Two good flaAdlo horses. it'. Pexter stable*, t( every R. J, Cream- tf WANTED—Old furniture to be made like new. CARPETS CLEANED AND LAVED. Upholstering in all branches. Mattresses made over and returned tho same day. C. C. Crowell, Main 398; shop 306 K street. tf Cftu FOR S A UK—My standard bred driving horse. 7 years old, A IN'O. 1 roadster, high spirU>'d t kind disposition; any woman or child can drive him. Very valuable horse. Alsoone hand made top buggy and trap nearly uew. Prof. Carrit-re. tf ragi, HIGHEST CASH i-*UD for old sacks, bottles, Iron, brass and per, hides and wool. Junk Yard, Twenty-second and M streets. Telephone Main 799. tf LOf if AND PCUNli NOTICE OF BIDS. Notice is hereby given, that sealed bids for the painting ot the Old Hospital Building (the body of said building to receive two coats of paint corn- Hall, Chester a.venue. Visiting posed of best quality of white lead and brethren cordially Invited to attend, oil, and the roof of said building to (nutation. every other Tuesday, receive one coat of paint) will be re- Chas. A. Lee, E. H.; C S. Meroney, ceived by the Board of Supervisors at Secretary, (their rooms in the County Court I House FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wednew day evening at 8 o'clock at EagU Block 19th street Visiting brethren are cordially invited to attend. 8, Sweiteer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. ^_ i, I, ^ * KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—KernMx>dg« No. 78, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial invitation to visiting Knights, in tbe City of BaUersfleld:, County of Kern, State of California, up tho hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of January 7th, 1909. No bid will be received or considered by said Board unless It is accompanied with a certified check or cash deposit In ten per cent of the amount of such bid. The said Board of Supervisors reserving the right to reject any and all bids. By order of tho said Board of Supervisors. * H. A. JASTRO. Chairman of said Board of Supervisors Attest: I. L. Miller, Clerk. 12-17 LOST—Watch charm with monogram, "W. H, W," Finder will please leave same at 1118 Baker street, Kern, and -receive reward. _ ^ 130 LOST—A brown yearling colt from the City Hay Market, Christmas day; had broken halter on neck when last seen. Binder please notify P. M. Wllkerson, Bakersfleld. 130 STRAYED— Came to my place on Jewett Lane December 24th, a gray horse, lame In front feet. Owner will please leave word at Lutz 1 drug store. 330 FOUND— Bull pup, owner can have same by paying for this atl and proving property. Address Box G, P. O. 332 FOR SALE—One span of work marea; seven and nine years old; both in foal; weight about 1150 pounds. Also one p-^an of work mart's, three years old; .v>U\ In foal, weighing 1300 pounds; one span of black driving moffes, weighing 1000 qounds; 3 and four years old; one saddle pony .Weighing 800 pounds, 1 years old Inquire at Union Shoeing Shop, between 20th and 21st street on K street, tf FOE RENT FOR HBNT—Two furnished front, rooms tmttubte for gentlemen. Well heated; eU>ctric lights, bath and us* of telephone. Inquire at 2020 20th street. 131 DEGREE OF HONOR * * VALKNTINK LODGE, No. 78. D of H, — Meets first and third Fridays in each month at A. 0. U. W. hall at 8 p. m. Visiting members cordially Invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe. C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. PAINT rOUR HOUSE House painting is my specialty. I use nothing but the best material*, guarantee my work and charge reasonable prices. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor •* 4 * 4 4 purse on 10th street near Arlington Hotel; contains money and keys. Finder » ploase return purse with keys and one 10 franc gold piece to R. E. Galloway at Monte Curio cigar stand, and keep balance. 132 * »;« »;« .;« .;* »;. *;. , A. —Meets every Thursday evening at 8 p. ni., A. O. U. W. Halt, No. 102» Nineteenth street. Visiting men> bers cordially tnvttad. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. Curtzwller, Recorder, IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Taiches Tribe, No. 154, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially invited, J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. otR * * *$» v ^ ,jt «j» •$. % E. H. LOVELAND * Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beann, Eggs, and all farm products. * 4 * * FOUND—A dark bay mare attached to old buggy, without top, on the Goaford road. Owner can have same by proving property and paying costs. Inquire at 312 Twenty- flrst street, corner of Union avenue. 131 FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood meets on the first and third Wednesday of each mouth at 8 p. m., in K. ot P. hall, ia Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R. a Libby, Treasurer. KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS— Meets every Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Visiting companions cordially Invited. ;.t FRIAXT. H. P. ORDER OF OWLS— T5aUor a neianeBt No, 172, im^ots every Tuesday at 8 !>. ID., at Mauri's hall. Veiling . motubern cordially invite. \V. 8. Uoufro, pivsuiem; Joo Mucfcey, secretary, LESSEfiSHFELD Real Estate and Fir.. Insurance. ROOD. 5. ConKHn buildlng,1926 Cheater Avr W. W. KELLY. Real Estate and Insurance Room 4, up stairs, corner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phone Main 149. DB. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONCt CO. Drug Store 730 19th Street, Cor. Q St LOST—Buy fllly; white star in forehead; hind feet white; had leather halter with .short chain attached. telephone Main 135P. tf m BIBLE'S CYCLERY Step In and see our new line 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. j mo FOR RENT—Four-room nouse with batb. Inquire of J. M. Good, 1824 I street. 130 FURNISHED ROOMS-3Ingle or tn housekeeping suites, with gas an*l electric lights. Hot a ad cold bath* and use or telephone free. The Willow, 1223& 19th street E. L. Wll* low, proprietor. I tf FOR RENT—For furnlihed room*'"or houses call at Mascot restaurant. 1621 Nineteenth street. tf EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When you want reliable help of any kind call up THE BAKERSFIELB EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. We also employ Japanese help. Chinese and 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 BUCKEYE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU troc.ured in L itigation, TOWNSEND, f.YON, HAUKLKV 50-J-7 Merchants' Tn^t Bid" <",,>! MOORE and il Estate Room 11, Hopkins Main 433 OLD 1ILUBLE M. M. Odell & Co., proprietors, 1217 Nlneteeath street, Walters Hotel, successors to C. C. Serttmer, Phones Mala 218 and 266. Help of a» kinds furnished free of ckargt to employer. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING— Juttus LinUegren Is an expert tuner and repairer of pianos. He has highest recommend a I urns from tbe beet of pianists and vocalists and from fttfclnwiiy & Sons and other first dusH piano manufacturers. eav<> onlf-rs at Huer's drug store. Phone, Main 39. 143 JAPANESE AND CHINESE LABOR Burciiu, first class help furnished; or fi-malc. for hoi l.s, restau- , hot? ework, ore. - < -* oonttMct t%t. A rio- iikay- '•' r Business Phone 161 THE MAJESTIC. ENYDER & JACKSON Painting 5n all branches. Interior Decorations a Bpe cialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING BIGN8 Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall SU Aak«rift«(cl, Cat. - ; .i^.',i •& tn supply * 1 1 is oM, supply vis a trill 1423 19th Ma!r» 401

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