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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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THU ;DAT, JANTJAltY 2, Bring Your Watches to us! We have only expert watch makers — work Minranteed—prices reasonable. Give us a trial "and the time you'll have won't be slow." IN THE CHURCHES Of KERN ON SABBATH DAY. Pilgrims Congregational Church, school at 10 a. m. V A PLEASANT EVENING. duties as chief clerk" to District "Ineer Tltcoinb. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Murdock ente» '< .'Win Breuch, day foreman of the* talned a few friends very informal^ machinists In the 8. F. shops, is con- last evening at their home on 3 fined to his home on M street with a street. Five hundred was the diver- severe cold. R-AK K m Pi-oanMn. «t 7.9o ..*. i sl °n of the evening, among those, M. Dale, formerly night watchman Lt SwSL-^v? vm. «.«••££ P^ent being Mr. and Mra. Will Mac-!for the S. P. Company, is again act- mSihf- £rtn?iii* ?t?. „„» «Tr "'fOregof, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fletcher ing in that capacity during the ab«± h ' J*K* ' h€ L n *L.? e £.! Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rosenberger, M*?!sen C e of the regular watchman, who young men and young women's class will be organized. Rev. Knudson, pastor. Methodist Church. Sunday school at 9:46. Preaching at 11 a. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Damon, pastor. •>«» i and Mrs. G. R. Peckham. PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS of papers and , valuables by renting a } ! SAFE DEPOSIT BOX 93 THE YEAR KEPT OPEN HOUSE, Mr. and Mrs. P. Qlllesple kept open house New Year's day at their pretc ty home on K street. A large number of friends paid them a visit during the afternoon and music served las an entertainment for the guests. GAVE QOOD PROGRAM. The entertainment and social given last evening nt the Pilgrim Congrega tlonal Church by the Christian En deavor was a very successful affair. An interesting program was rendered and light refreshments served. 4 .» fcO WORD FROM RELATIVES OF DEAD RAILROAD EMPLOYE As yet no word has beep Deceived from the relatives of C. 8. Henry, the car Inspector, who was recently killed at Visalla. The local car mens' union has decided to bring the remains here for burial. W. 8. Safford and Mr. Mablnson left on 84 this morning to take charge of the remains and will return with them this evening on No. 84. A telegram was sent several days ago to relatives supposed to be resld' i has gone to Fresno to attend a mem • her of his family, who Is quite ill. The Haifa & Metzner and the Ad- jams Fruit Company stores will be " Mrs. C. P. Badger expects to leave open but half the day on Sundays Sunday morning for San Francisco on hereafter. NOTES AND PERSONALS, a business trip and her son, Charles Badger, who is attending the Unlver- sity of Nevada, will accompany her, on his way back to college. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Flemming left this morning for their new home In Sunset. , Mrs. S. J. Mansker has returned from a visit in Los Angeles. Mrs. Charles Fowler and son have leturned from Son Francisco, where they have been visiting relatives for the past two weeks, Mrs. O. O. Hancock is ill at her home on M street. Mrs. R. E. Fullington and son have gone to Los Angeles to visit relatives for a few weeks. Operator E. L. Gelwlcks is taking a few days' lay off. B. Rlcon, a Delano sheep man wai in town today on business. Steve Campbell, formerly chief clerk in the resident engineer's office, passed through Kern this morning on bis way to Fresno, where be v.'lll take a position as chief clerk for the superintendent of the Associated pipe line. R. L. Dalley, stenographer in the Ing in Columbus, Ohio, but it has fail- ""aster mechanic's office, has gone to MRS. ELIZABETH A. ROBINSON DIES OF HEART FAILURE. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Robinson, mother of Mrs. W. H. Leech, died this morning at her home, 1134 N street, Kern. Death was due to heart failure. The remains will be shipped to Azusa in the southern part of the state tonight on No. 8. Mrs. Robinson is survived by another daughter, Miss Alice Robinson, who left for the south on No. 108 this afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Leech will accompany the body. Mrs. Robinson was 69 years of age and had been in Kern but a abort time. , ed to bring any response from them. The Turf uanci di IBIU ftudii aui Company QEO. HAY, Mar. Chester Ave. and 19th 8t Basement •if * 1 *»* * * * * * * * * * * * * •;• * •:• * **•£•* WELL BORER. * J. H. KEEFE * Well Borer. Work Guaranteed * 2917 Chester Ave. * * •fr*******.^.;..^*.^.* 1 * * * 5 2 8 M * W * * JJ S O Grill and Palace THE Hotel BEST PLACE TO V | '<*, M 5 V ^ JJ EAT IN THE CITY. * GILL \ & LUTZ, Props. o * s Ladles' Entrance K and Wall Sts v Cor. 19th and K Sts. Main 159 ; * J Save YourTeeth • To enjoy good health you must have good teeth. The UN• ION DENTAL CO. have opened permanent offices in Bakers'• field and for the Next 80 Days to 'introduce their Painless I Methods are going to do all work for half the usual rates. • By our latest improved method and Electrical Appliance we I are prepared to do all Dental Operations, Crowns, Bridgework, I Fillings and Extractions with least possible pain. If your plate I rocks or drops in the mouth come to our office and we will fit I you with one of our Double Suction Plates which cannot get loose in the mouth. We especially invite the weak and nervous to try our painless system of extracting teeth. No charge for extracting when'tecth are ordered, so take advantage of the special low rates. Our success is due to skilled workmanship and gentlemanly operators. All work guaranteed. Union Dental Company Hours: 8 a. m. to 6. p. m. Evenings, 7:30 to 3:30. Sundays, 10 to 12. , Galtes Block, over Gundlach Shoe Store. i Booms 6, 7, 19, and 20. Nineteenth, Street Bakersfield Angeles for a short visit, Ben Cohn has returned from a vis- t In San Francisco. Ray Stancllffe has returned from a visit to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. England of the oil fields were visitors In town yesterday. The Kaar market will have a new. set of butchers to begin the new year. Oscar Azzmann and Harry D. MacBryde began work this morning. A. B. Rust left yesterday afternoon for Ohio, where he was called suddenly on account of the illness of his brother. Mrs. M. DeCoursey, who Has been visiting Mrs. F. >B. Owen, left on the Owl last night for San Francisco. P. A. Murray, the Wasco merchant, was In town yesterday and returned home this morning. P. Paquette and soa, frosper, who have been visiting in Bakersfleld and Kern for the past week, returned today to their home In San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, who have been spending the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. F. P. Taylor, returned ! to their home in Sacramento this morning on No. 7. Mrs. J. H. Thayer and family have returned from Los Angeles, where they spent the holidays. Miss Anna Ford, who has been vis Hing In Kern and Bakersfleld for the past week, left on No. 8 last even Ing for Pasadena, where, she is em ployed as teacher ol languages in the high school. Mrs. D. P. Kellogg, wife of Maste .Mechanic Kellogg of Lou Angeles, ar 'rived on No. 107 yesterday and wil I spend a few days visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKnlght 1 Cole, who have been visiting relatives ! and friends here, returned to their 'home in Mojave on No. 108 today. j Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Taylor and | children leave tonight for Los Angeles, where Mr. Taylor will assume his Tom Scott Jr. Hew_Dep|y District Attorney Laird today filed the appointment of Thomas Scott Jr as assistant district attorney to sue eed Assemblyman Irwin who his gone o Sacramento and whose resignation vas filed today. Mr. Scott has taken he oath of office and the young at orney Is now duly Installed as as (slant to Mr. Laird. Mr. Laird's ne\v assistant is the onngest member of the local bar nd.is associated with his father. He s a good student and graduated from n eastern law school with honors ?ss than a year ago. 4« » His Ma—Willie, where have yot een? Your hair Is suspiciously wet. Willie—J fell In the river. His Ma—Bui your clothea are no wet. Willie—Well, you see ma, while bought maybe I'd fall In, so I too* off my clothes, an' I cud."—Ilulstrate" Bits. "Cyril," said his mother, as the sat down to the breakfast table, "dl you wash your face this morning?" '"Well, no—mamma," said he slowly evidently casting in his mind for a excuse, "but," he added renssureingly, 'I cried a little before I came down stairs!"—The Delineator. at high at you can—there's no dangei—as low as you please —there's no smell. That's because the smokeless device prevents smoke or smell— that means a steady flow of PERFECTION Oil Heater (Eealnc4 wMi SvekcJisY Piilfls) You can carry it about and cue for it jutt as easily as a lamp. Bras* oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely fiiv' ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted. • ~* The JRat/fa T *.**».» adds cheeriness to the long " winter evenings. Steady, briffiant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of bran, nickel plated, latest improved central draft boner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer cannot supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency for descriptive circular. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (rneorporated) Mrs. Gillet— So there Is a tablet In your transept to her memory. Did sho do anything to bring people Into the church? Mrs. Perry — Well, I guess! She wore a new hat every Sunday for three years. — Harper's Baznar. Go to A. p. stoner alfalfa sf-d. for first-class tf CASTOR IA For Infants and Childitn. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of BAKERS FIELD Marble Works! BARNUM & BABNUM (Successors to B. K. Stone). Patronize Home Industry We live here; WE MEAN TO PLEASE. We can furnish anything fle- sired in Marble or Granite Meu>- umenlB. 1673 Chester Phone Main 9B4 "See that automobile—the big red jone there, close to the sidewalk?" "Yes. What about it?" "Most remarkable. I've been watch- Ing It for twenty minutes. A messenger boy passed it a little while ago without stopping to toot the horn."— Chicago Record-Herald. Heiress (to her military admirerV- That Mrs. Krause Is very Inquisitive He asked what my dowry amounted to. PAYN[ {& SON Funeral Directors Embalmera AMBULANCE Phone Answered Day or Night Associated Supply Company Oil Well Tools and Supplies 19 and 1O26 STORES AT Oilcenter, McRitricK and Coaling'a Lieutenant — Impertinent And what did you tell him? de Blaetter. fellow! Fllegen E-RU-SA: The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead «r any poisonous and injurious drugs. Because E-BTJ-SA CUBJRR PDjBS. U. S. Dispensatory recommends every ingredient iK E-RU-SA. Drug laws make "false or 'mis-leading Btatemeafts'" » crime. All old or narcotic pile medicines affect the brain and spinal marrow; produce constipation, never cure and are therefore illegal. E-RU-SA is not for sale -at opium joints. Berkeley, Cal., July 9, 1908. Dr. L. Griffin, Dear Doctor: We certainly can NOT Chilblainole, the only guaranteed cure for chilblains, for sale at the Bakersfleld Drug Company. Iw IN CATTLS CAM Bt COTTER'S BLACK LEO VACCIHB California's favorite, the mo«t successful, easiest used and lowest priced reliable vaccine made. Powder, string or pill (orm. Writ* for fiM Black Leg Booklet. THE COTTER LABORATORt DERRSLBY. CAL. If your druggist does not stoclc oui v»cc:un. order direct from us. PAINT YOUR HOUSE * * House painting Is my specialty. * I use nothing but the best mate*• rials, guarantee my work and * charge reasonable prices. *.. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * * 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 * THE WERINGER ASSAYING 00. Is now prepared to make assays of all ores, metals and wntern, Ore samples by mall cost Ic pe ounce. Send for free mailing envelopes and price list. F. J. WERINQER, Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist Woody, Cal. Near Bakerafleld tiously recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial «r narcotic Pile medicines except upon prescriptions. Yours trnljr, Muller & DeMerritt, University Pharmacy. B. L. Reed, B. J. Taylor Graduates in Pharmacy. Only druggists of highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. WE WELCOME accounts of' any amount from $5.00 , L Currency may be safely sent through the mail by registered i I {letter,'or remittance may be made by express money order, 1 Kbank check or draft, which need not be registered. ::':: u; . M. HUNTER. S**.rM4Mcr.%a "*> v I9S8*. Mwy.U* A«f«lM.<NL.'' Drilling and Fishing Jars We have a large stock of fine, heavy jars and can fit you out with any diameter stroke and joint. Bakersfield Iron Works ** PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230-U M AND 24 STREET 11 A. Lyons, Prop WILD GAME POULTRY FISH ALWAYS FRESK AT THE City fish Market GIVE US A TRIAL WE WILL PLEASE YOU THE MITCHELL Best 30 Horse-power Car in America . ^<v<;;iMi.^vr----^ ^ / $1650 Complete Equipment: Gas Lamps, Generator, Oil Lamps, Horn, etc. Ignition—Magneto and Battery—Competing cars have No Magneto. Motor— 4 Cylinder*, 4!4x4'/ 2 —Compet car* have only 4x4|/ z , or •mailer. Crank Case of Aluminum—Competing car* 1 are of cast iron. Trsnsmlselon Case of Aluminum—Competing cars' are of cast Iron. Springs are Guaranteed—Competing cars' springs are not. Tires, 32x4—Competing cars' tires are only 32x3j/ 2 . _ Transmission—Selective Type, latest design—Competing ears use an cad- Lubrication—« separate force feeds—Competing oars have only one. Front Axle—Steel I ''fleam type—Competing cars have old style tube axle. Tool Boxes—2, of pressed steel—Competing cars have no toof boxes. Footboards—Steel—Competing oars' are of wood. Bodle*—of Metal—Competltlng cars' are of wood. Gasoline Capacity—16 gallons—Competing cars have only 1Z. You want a Mitchell, because it is the best. Ask for demonstration, and we'll prove it, OLBM WEUKMf, A*t. Bakewfleld,

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