The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 4, 1909 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, January 4, 1909
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THE BAKER8FIELD CAHEORNIAN- -MO^DAY, JANUARY 4,1909. •n In Selecting a Diamod You will have larger privileges of choice, higher quality for selection and" a lower range of prices here. There Is the further • obvious advantage of owning a gem, hack 1 of which la the unquestioned reliability of the American Jewelry Co. Our great stock Includes prices from $10 upwards. You are in- vlted lo examine It. KERN CITY NEWS. WEEK OF PRAYER. A week of prayer will he observed at the Kern M. E. church beginning this evening. All are cordially Invited. -*-•SOCIETY TO MEET. St. Joseph's Altar Society will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. B. Blair for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year KERN CITY NEWS. KERN CITY NEWS. NOTES AND PERSONALS. A GUILD MEETING. BarnabnH Onlld will hold the first meeting of the new year tomorrow afternoon nt. the home of the president, Mrs. J. D. Haynes and as there Is business of importance to be attended to all members are urged to he present. WENT TO ATTEND FUNERAL OF EMPLOYE A number of the members of tho carmens' union wont to VIsalia yester- ilay to attend the funeral of their late brother C. S. Henry. Among those who went were W. A. Safford, W. A. Maher, T. F. Robiusor>, H. A. Bradley, E. F. Bower, W. H. Farlee, C. W. Mes- slclt, G. W. Johnson, T. F. Brooks, W. L. Emerson, Dave Hlgglns and J. Farrell. ONE HOUR GIVEN IN WHICH TO-LEAVE TOWN.! — I A. W, Hess, who has been quite Marshal Badger and Constable I 111 tor the past month, is able to be Stroble rounded up a bunch of ho-'out again. boes this mornlg, found "lepnlnfr tnl Ticket Agent W. T. "Woods has the Noriega barn. They were brought 'purchased the Zumwalt property fin before Judge Marlon, who sentenced Thirteenth street In Bakersfleld and them to ten days in the county Jail, expects to move his family over soon, but as they claimed that they were J w. R, Day has gone to Los Ange- on their way to Mojnve he allowed ; \ ee i 0 reside. them one hour In which to make their j j. g. Phillips of the Kern postof exit for that place. They gave their, fj ce nas gone to L OS Angeles for a names as J. McEloy, Wm. Harrison, \ snO rt visit and G. M. Forsyth Is re- Ed Phillips, George Murphy, Oliver j Holmes, L. Davis Charles Taylor, Jim Wilson and E. Adams. KERN- CITY NEWS. BOYS' CLUB WILL HOLD REGULAR MEETING The CongrenaJtotMl Boys' Club w.lll hold t'.ioir regular meeting next Friday evening In tho basemet:; of tt-.e Pile-finV Congregational Church. The apparatus for the gymnasium has arrived and will be Installed during the week In order to have every thins r»ady for the next mwtlni; night. Among the apparatus to be instilled la a fine striking bnjr, Indian Chilis, dumb bells, boxing blovos, basket ball, trapeze and oxerclzevs. The boys are all very enthusiastic In their club work and intend to make their SIXTY DAYS FOR BEGGING. John Richard, a one-legged man, was arrested yesterday for begging on the streets and was sentenced* today j tb sixty days in the county jail by I Judge Morion. Richard made him-' self a nuisance, begging from every- { : A NEW RULE. *•!••{••{••!••!••:••:••£•**•{••!••!••!•*<$' Under the new demerit system put PAINT YOUR HOUSE •'• ' n effect the first of the year, the let- House palntlnp Is my specialty, v'er carriers will not be allowed to I use nothing but, the best mate- •:• leave mail at the door uncared for. rials, guarantee my work and' * Receivers of mall must either provide charge reasonable prices. ' v themselves with a box or else receive .. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor ; * It •"'- the door from the postman. Oth one he saw, and those him were cursed. who refused lieving him. Airs. H. M. L.ightncr, proprietress of _ _ the Hurst House, has returned from a | gymnasium The very finest, visit in Los Angeles. George Vefdler left for Midway this morning, where he haa secured a position. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and Boyd Kink spent Sunday In the oil fields viKlting Mr. nnd Mrs. E. G. Adams. The Roby children, who have been KERN CITY NEWS. THE K. OF P. WILL GIVE A BANQUET. so ill with srnrlot fever, are pronounced out of danger by Dr. Fowler, the j attending physician. Mrs. Clarence Eallngh spent Sunday In Selma visiting her parents. Miss Laura Horseman, who has been visiting her brother, C. L. Horseman, for the past week, returned yes- TWENTY-SIX NEW PUPILS IN SCHOOL. The Kern schools opcui-1 ngaln today and after a work's vacation both teachers und,. pupils were rendy to settle down to hard work. Twenty-six now pupils were roglslori'd to:lay; twenty at the Baker street school and six at Beale avenue school. Diiring (be holllilny vacation the heater In tho Baker street school which was out of commission for some time, was placed in first class con.11- tlon by the Gundlach Plumbing Company. «i» ».. WILL GIVE SOCIAL. The Ladies Aid of the Pilgrim's Congregational church wjll ipeet Tuesday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Frank Mills, 1228 Baker street for the purpose of planning a social t6 be held soon. . • • ;.i A SUCC.ESSFULl.HUNTwSS' ' A party cohslsttlTt off «eo. nJSd Jnke' Kmir, Ed Tolur of ,'nn Tv.lro'nnd M. Cunnon »lso of San Pedro, returned yesterday from a four days' hunting trip anil report a most, successful and pleasant trip, bringing buck a bountiful supply of ducks, quail and cot- tontal. THE AMERICAN RESTAURANT. 1'nder UK- new management of Goo, It. Schlrlwert and Curt Kov. Is- the lilac" where ladles and gentlemen will always fiuil a first-class service nml an excellent meal at reasonable prices. Tne illnliiK room and kitchen. har» been renovate,!. Wo serve nu-nls ft la carte at all hours; :ilso lunch and supper from 2"i rents un. G100. H. SCHL1EWBRT, 131! CURT KOY. Props. V * 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 ' PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS of papers and valuables by renting a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX $3 THE YEAR Bakersfield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th 8t Basement. erwise it will be taken back to the office to be delivered the next day. The Turf Grill and Palace Hotel THE BEST PLACE TO EAT IN THE CITY. GILL & LUTZ, Props. Ladies' Entrance K and Wall Sts Cor. 19th and K Sts. Main 159 In celebration of the founding of the order of Knights of Pythias, Sumner Lodge No. 143 will give a ban- ! t ,.rday to "LOS" Angeles, quot February 18th in their banquet-! H _\i Keist'-r of Portervllle was in ; ball. The anniversary day is the lltth [town yesterday. j o£ February, but as the regular lodge . Frank Higgins of Los Angeles was night is just the night before, It will . j n towu today on business, be held then instead of the 19th. The ; JH SS Hannah Silber, who has been Monroe Temple of Pythian Sisters ' (it lor t ] le ,-, afct lour j., )8 ywaa elbs have been Invited to be the Bursts <>i ! m f nr the past four clays, was able the Knights and needless to say. they ' to retU rn to her duties as clerk foi will be entertained most royally. C. j Ardiz/i-Olcese today. P .Badger has been chosen chairman : j[ rs g ^ Brooks of Portervllle is of the banquet committee, to be as- voting friends in Kern, sisted by G. F. Stroble and F. T. An- jj rs "William Meedler of Maricopa drews. Mrs. Dayhoff, the well-known ; is a gue st nt tho Metropole. cateress, will prepare the banquet. I rj ave Kofnhl hns returned from a ••—* trip to McKlttrick. WILL INSTALL OFFICERS j Superintendent Worthlngton return- ON NEXT WEDNESDAY.: ed this afternoon from IMS Angeles. ! Mrs. D. P. Kellogg anU children re- On next Wednesday night the Fra- j turned to Los Angeles yesterday at- ternal Brotherhood will have instal i ter spending a few days here with lation of officers and a banquet will conclude the evening's performance. R. G. Ubby will be the Installing officer and the drill team, of which H. Eichenauer is captain, will do some very fine work. The following officers will be installed: President H. M. Brown; vice presloent, J. F. Carver; secretary, Mr. Rose; chaplain, Mrs. Rose; treasurer, Mrs. J. F. Carver; doorkeeper, Miss Anna Clar; outer doorkeeper, Wm. Upton; sergeant. Mrs. Wm. Upton; master-at-arms, George Snyder. Save YourTccth To enjoy good health you must have good teeth. The UNION DENTAL CO.ihave opened permanent offices in Bakersfield and for the N«xt 30 Days to introduce their Painless Methods are going 10 do all work for half the usual rates. By our latest improved method and Electrical Appliance we are prepared to do all Dental Operations, Crowns, Bridgework, Fillings and Extractions with least possible pain. If your plate rocks or drops in the mouth come to our office and we will fit you Avith one of our Double Suction Dates which cannot get loose in the mouth. We especially invite the weak and nervous to try our painless system of'extractiug teeth. No charge for extracting when'teeth are ordered, so take advantage of the special low rates. . Our success is duo to skilled workmanship and gentlemanly operators. All work guaranteed. Union Dental Company Hours: 8 ii. m. to 6. p. m. Evenings, 7:30 to 8:30. days, 10 to 12. . Galtes Block, over Gundlach Shoe Store. Rooms 6, 7, 19, and 20. relatives and friends, R. L. Dailey has returned teom a ! visit in Los Angeles. Fred Ensign of the superintendent's j office is off duty on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bauer spent Sunday in Fresno visiting friends. Miss Emma Toland, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. M. A. Toland, for the past two weeks, returned yesterday to San Francisco. Miss Isabel Waldon, who has been spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldron, has returned to her school in the Vlneland district. L.. A. Roberts, who has been run- nine out of Mojave for the past sev- On Short Visit.—Herbert Fish is, here for a few days' visit from n»r-1 keley. Fish is engaged In the elec- \ trical fixture business In Berkeley ;M'.-! ; is building up a substantial business. (era! months, hns been transferred to • . u run out of Kern. j Perry Barrett, who has been visit ing irU'ndg in towu for the past week | returned yesterday to his home iu Maricopa. Mrs. J. • O'Toole experts to return I to Los Angeles in a few days, where j she will spend the remainder of the ' winter with her -laughter, Mrs. T. L,. THE WERINGER ASSAYING CO. I« now prepared to make assays of all ores, metals nnd watern. Ore samples by mall cost Ic r* ounce. Send for free mailing envelopes and price list. F. J. WERINGER, Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist Woody, Cal. Near Bakersfield Sun- Nineteenth Street Bakersfleld PAYNE J&-SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMBULANCE Phone Answered Day or Night Associated vSupply Company OiVell Tools and Supplies Phones Main 19 and 1O26 STOBXS AT Oilcenter, McliitricK and Coaling'a i Brjggs. i A. L. Howe of Coallnga has pur j chased a home south of town where j i he will reside in the future. I : Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Fry have re- j turned from a visit in Mojave. , Ed Tolar and M, Cannon returned on the mum iniin to.lny 10 their l:';ti\f| ; in San Pedro, after spending a few ( days in Kern. ! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Premo returned • i yesterday from n week's visit with : relatives in Fresno and Tulare. j Roy El wood returned from Los An- j j Kelts today on No. 107. | Orval Janes has returned from a , I visit with friends in Lemoore.' | i Peter Cuneo, who has been visiting : I his parents for the past two weeks, \ returned yesterday to Snn Francisco, j where he' is attending Cooper's Med- .leal College. i B. B. Hayden and family have roov- i ed to the oil fields, where Mr. Hayden j is employed as foreman on the S. P. I lease. 1 The Misses May and Rhoda Bren- jnan have returned from San Jose, where they attended the state teachers asslciatlon meeting. Miss Matilda Thronsen hns return- ! Pd from a visit in oLs Angeles. I Miss Pearl HuffaUcr, who has been , ! spending the holidays with her sister, ! | Mrs. Thomas Pratt, in Visalia, had r*- j (turned home again. " ; Newburn McArthur has returned to Cooper's Medical College after spending the holidays with his mother. Miss Verna MrCollum has returned ; from Lemoore, where she has been , upending the holidays with her parents. Miss Katie Valenzuela, who has ; been residing in Log Angeles for the past two years, hns returned again to Kern to keep house for her broth- \ or, P. Valenzuela, at his home on H j street. j W. B. Sullivan of tho superintendent's office, is back at work again j alter a brief illness. i ^_——^—j—aj^«^•^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^•^^^^^^^^^^^^•l^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^^^M ^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^•^•••••P^HiHBBBBBBBHi^Bii^B^^'*^**^** 11 '*™*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I 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 WILD GAME POULTRY FISH ALWAYS FRESK AT THE « City Fish .Market GIVE US A TRIAL WE WH.L PLEASE YOU A. Lyons, Prop OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT COHAN & HARRIS COMEDIANS <** In Frederic Thompson's massive stupendous production of Winchell Smith nnd Byron Ougley's Dramatization of Qeo. Barr McCutcheon's celebrated story. Brewster's Millions WITH ROBERT OBER And the same notable cast and scenic equipment as seen here last season, including the World's greatest Yacht Scene Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.60 : Mail orders with eash or money order and addressedTtampcd envelope will receive prompt attention. Tomorrow Night Event of Mirth and Melody With the Univerity of California Glee Club Under the Direction of CLINTON R. MORSE See the Grand Chorus of Trained Pleas. Tickle You." Brick says, "They Will Prices Buy Your Seats Now. 50c, 75c and $1.00 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 Electrical Invention.. Original Sheath Gmvn Girl.. Greatest Song Hits in Musical Comedy—-Lyric and Music by Boyle Woolfolk ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION AND BEAUTY BRIGADE Prices 40 , PEOPLE 40 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 Buy Your Seat* Now.

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