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Bakersfield Daily Californian Newspaper Archives Dec 30 1903, Page 5

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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - December 30, 1903, Bakersfield, California Wednesday evening dec. 30. The daily californian <3kts3kt3i3t3tttit.ii a a Ltd a Ltd a it Ltd a in the Niederaur estate will close out the furniture it amp carpet depot. In the next 30 Days now is your Chance for bargains. Term strictly Cash. Another couple seeks separation Bessie h. Mckee asks for divorce from husband on ground of desertion. U it a in it Terr i Kern Oty news lodges May consolidate Bakersfield and Kern Good templars will hold meetings tooth Tel. Captain Dutton Tho local organizer will be Here saturday evening. A number of the Kern Good templars met last night at the residence of mrs. S. E. Shaffer to decide about further meetings. For some time the attendance has been Small and the Lodge decided to take some action in the matter. B. Buckles and g. Robinson were present and represented the Bakersfield Lodge. The subject of Haring the two lodges consolidate was discussed and it was decided to have the meetings together. Next saturday evening the Kern Lodge will hold a social session. A program will be rendered and a Light supper served. The Bakersfield members Are invited to be present. Captain Dutton the present organizer will be present and deliver an address. Since the grand Lodge session which was held in san Francisco on the 15th of october Captain Dutton has organized fifteen Good templars lodges in the state. The Captain has been working during the last few months in the District North of Kern. Five new lodges have been organized one each in Selma Madera Exeter Porterville and Farmersville. Captain Dutton will remain in California until april and while Here will work up the two local lodges. Those present last night in the interest of Kern Lodge were mrs. C. Beck miss Eulalie Mccullough miss Frankie Mccullough miss Lucy Oyster Perrie Cox Gould Hopkins Fred Hamilton and John Chamberlain. A a cantata at Kaar 3 Hall. This evening the children of St. Barnabas sunday school will be entertained in Library Hall by the members of St. Paul a sunday school who will be present and give a cantata. After the play the Young folks will dance. Committee goes North strikers Send a delegation to san Francisco which left thi8 afternoon. Nothing is being done at the shops but everything else is Active. The striking Southern Pacific showmen sent a committee to san Francisco this afternoon in an Endeavor to effect a settlement of the difficulty with the higher officials in the City. They went by the Santa be train. Some of that a strikers Are drawing their time and leaving the City to seek other employment every Day. As yet no attempt has been made to open the shops and the company is doing business As Best it can without them. As to what negotiations May be in Progress at san Francisco Between the higher officials of the Railroad and the District lodges of the several unions of which the strikers Are members it is impossible to learn except the latter do not sustain the action of the strikers and decline to Aid them either by intercession with the company or by funds if the latter were asked for. In spite of the difficulties unavoidable in connection with such a state of affairs As exists in Kern the Railroad business is going on without any break and today the Yards Are As Active As Ever with switching and with arriving and departing trains. Passengers May enter berths before departure superintendent eur Halter has posted a bulletin to the effect hat arrangements have been made to have a train agent on duty each night at the Arcade depot in los Angeles from 9 30 until the departure of no. 7 so As to enable passengers to enter their berths on the Sleeper at any time before the leaving of the train. The bulletin instructs that care must be taken not to disturb those who May have retired Early. Bessie h. Mckee today filed a petition for a divorce from h. A. Mckee jr., on the grounds of desertion. The parties were married at los Angeles september 7, 181 5, and the alleged desertion took place in Arizona in August. 1902, the defendant going to Mexico to reside. The custody of one minor child is asked. F. D. Mcclure is attorney for the plaintiff. An answer was filed today in the Case of m. J. James versus s. D. Mullins administrator of the estate of James Rice deceased. The answer denies All the alleged indebtedness and alleges that All that was contracted prior to the 6th of july 1901, is barred by the statute of limitations. Bills of exceptions on Appeal have been flied in the following cases involving title to school lands at Sunset w. E. Roulo versus Mary j. Thomas Edward Clarke it al., intervenes by the intervener. Edward Clarke e. Benson versus Arthur d. I ook Wood it a1., by the plaintiff e. P. Munsey versus Arthur d. Lockwood it a1., by the plaintiff Albert r. We Kes versus Mary j. Thomas it al., by the intervenor Charles m. Mccoy. President Goodwin is honoured by members prs mrs. John Kaar is quite ii with pneumonia. Engineer Hart of los Angeles has taken Engineer Mccomish place on no. 8 Between Mojave and los Angeles. T. F. Owen Oil expert for the Southern Pacific is in Kern from Coalinga. O. E. Hotchkiss is in town from Oakland. J. Owen of san Francisco is spending a few Days in Kern. P. Sheedy superintendent of motive Power and machinery for the Southern Pacific is in Kern today. A a step in the Dank and look Over our a bulletin boards of houses and lots in Kern for Sale or rent. Wilson amp Hunter. Or. H. W. Owen Eye ear nose and Throat glasses fitted correctly. Office opposite Post office. Of advertise your wants in the Califon Blan. Dorsey Stokum. This evening at 6 of clock Hon. Jesse r. Dorsey and miss Marian Stokum will be United in marriage at the Home of the brides sister mrs. C. W. Treadway on Baker Street Kern. Rev. Father Morgan of the episcopal Church will officiate. After the ceremony the Young couple will go on a wedding trip and on their return will make their Home in this City. A a a Quot a a Railroad boys we carry everything needed in your line of Wear. Have just received a Fine lot of ready made suits ranging from $8.00 to $20.00. Have the Best r. R. Crusher hat made. Agents for the Best r. R. Gloves overalls and jumpers. All Union made. Of Ardizzi Olcese company. Local bartenders present their siding officer with a Gold watch. At the meeting of the bartenders league yesterday evening president j. J. Goodwin was presented with a handsome Gold watch by the members As a Token of the esteem in which he is held by them. On one Side of the watch Case is the Monogram a a a. I. La and on the other a a a. J. inside the Case is the inscription a presented to Job. J. Goodwin local 378, b. I. L., december 25, 1903.�?� the speech of presentation was made by Tom Eggert who in a few Well chosen words expressed the sentiments of the members towards or. Goodwin and their appreciation of his Good work As president of the Union. The latter was taken completely by Surprise and expressed Bis thanks with difficulty. During his term As president or. Goodwin has Laboured to preserve the Friendly relations of the bartenders and their employers at All times thus winning the esteem of both. He was recently honoured with a re election As president. Ballard horehound syrup. Immediately relieves hoarse croup cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing. Henry c. Stearns druggist Shullsburg Wisconsin writes May 20, 1901 a i have been Selling Ballard s horehound syrup for two years and have never had a prep. Ration that has Given better satisfaction. I notice that when i sell a bottle they come Back for. More. I can honestly recommend it. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a Kern drug store Kern City. Ladles of Ken we have just received a Luv Fine of fall and Winter goods such As dress goods Outing shirt waists fancy goods trimmings Etc. Call and see them of Ardizzi lock Sec company. Insure with Wilson amp Hunter. Agents Home fire and Marine of Cali furnia. Hartford fire National of Hartford insurance co., of North America and Queen companies. Lowest possible rates Given. Of t owl 5c. Box of too $4.00 Box of 25. $1.00 Max Fleischmann Arlington Block. A Happy a10ther . T exas. May 14, 1902. Before my baby Wax Bora i was in great mixer. I was unit Able to be about but just As soon us f began to take wine of Cardui which bad been Reeo it Utu ende it i to me i Felt much better. Intact i feel a hat la it my not been for this Medicine i would not have been Strong enough to Hee through childbirth. But that was claim comparatively easy by taking your Medicine for foal Iuchs before baby came wine of Cardui restored Tov Bra thas i took it two months afterwards i Cauuet speak too highly of wine of card 3ard to i and i am glad to endorse it Yunu Matron s club. Wine of Cardin is a powerful tonic which acts on the generative organs of a women regulating menstruation and Giying tone and strength to the organs w hich inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures Nineteen out of every Twenty cases of bearing Down pains or ovarian trouble. _ wine of Cardui cures barrenness and Aid the Mother in conserving her strength for the ordeal of childbirth. After that event the wine prevents dangerous flooding and helps mothers to Quick recovery. Wine of Cardui is the one Medicine a Mother should use before and after childbirth. Ail druggists sell $1.00 bottles wine of it Anim. Decker amp co. Request patrons to Send their orders to Hochheimer amp co. Until further notice a where they a will be filled and delivered promptly. The Cesmat bar a Fin Large hand Ball court. Elegant billiard table. 624 h Street m. Ce8mat, proprietor. Phone red 384. Kern Cal Musse i we he it s he i i i que in of. Walter i dentist phone bed 95, 60s Raker opposite p. O. Residence phone White Crown and Bridge work a specially. A pen sundays by appointment. Delinquent Sale notice. A is. Oil mining company Lxi a Tion of principal place of business. Fresno California. Locution of works. A in River District. Kern county. California. There is delinquent upon the follow ing described Stock on account of assessment no. La levied on the 9th Day of november 1908, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders As follows name. John Blackson John Blackson Barnett. C. E. Glass. E. S. Glass. E s114 Watson. W. A. Watson. W. A. Barnett. Emma Barnett. Emma Barnett. Emma Hickok n. A. Foj Gurty j. T. No. No. Cen. Hrs. 43 299 138 78. 47 4612h 28 60 20. 29 59 or 29. 48 199 .127 39 .199 199. 44 1990 .286 8818 amt. 5 of i 95 $115.31 1.25 .50 1.25 .80 2.59 .98 2.50 25.00 220.45 and in accordance with the Law and an order of the Board of directors made on the 9th Day of november. 1903, so Many shares of each parcel of such Stock As May be necessary will be sold at Public auction at the office of Everts amp Ewing the office of the said a is. Oil company first National Bank building Fresno California on monday january Lith. 1904, at the hour of 11 30 a. In. Of said Day. To pay the delinquent assessment thereon together with the Cost of advertising and expenses of Sale. By order of the Board of directors. Bin i. Brundage. Secretary. Office. 162$ nineteenth Street Bakersfield Cal. 12-24 stockholders annual meeting. Office of the Bakersfield Sandstone Brick company 1705 nineteenth St. Bakersfield California. December 28, 1903. To the stockholders of the Bah a fled Sandstone Brick company please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfield Sandstone Brick company will be Beld at the principal office of the company 1705 nineteenth Street in the City of Bakersfield California on monday the Lith Day of january 1904, at 3 of clock p. Rn., for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business As May properly come before the meeting. By order of the Board of directors. Frank 8. Rice 12-28 Secretary. The californian largest circulation. This is what we honestly can say we arc the originator of Low prices and we still continue to undersell every article of like Quality of All other stores. Our Stock of fall and Winter clothing is Complete and offer them to the Public at special reduced prices tor this week. Note a few prices heavy Ali Wool full length. Kearny Ulster Well Worth in other Steres $ 12.50 our Price $7.95. Men s heavy All Wool full length of aver overcoats in Oxford Gray. Cheviot and Blue fully Worth in other stores $15.00 our Price $8.95. Menus heavy All Wool full length Kersey overcoats other stores sell them for fie.99 eur Price.$6.45. Bey a and youths Ulster and overcoats we make a special drive far this week prices ranging from $1.50 to $6.00 each. La Mea s suits we have an endless variety such As Clay worsted Serges Cheviot Cassimer. Laster worsted Etc., and will Sal them fully 25 per event Lees than any other Stere. Furnishing Geode we have a full line and will sell them at chafe me Wing prices flail weight fancy ribbed undershirts and drawers Worth 50 cents our prise Arambu each. Laavy weight Tine Jerd / ribbed shirts and drawers in Ecru. Vicuna Blue sad Ashman Osier other stores claim to be Worth 76 Canta a garment end Price Only 48 cents. Darnel s k and natural Wool shirts and drawers Worth $1.00 a garment auf prise $6 cents. I beet cd gees we have a Large assortment of men a boy youth a a and children also ladies and misses shoes and will sell them at St per heat Tower than other stores. To n t Forgit our cigars and tobacco prices. Star sad Barse Akee tebaoee.ii.40 Centa a plug Battle Ane Tob Aoee v.35 Centa a plug Dukes mixture tebaeee.3 sacks for to cents Durham mixture tense of 3 sacks for to cents owl renown recruits sad the celebrate. Twin cigars 8 for 25 tents and All Ether brands in tobacco Ani cigars to like properties. Respectfully Chester Avenue near nineteenth St. Haberfelde furniture co. Watch us grow the. House furnishes watch us grow we will give one third off i we find in looking Over our Stock that we have quite a lot of Odd pieces in fancy furniture left which we desire to close out before the first of the year and in order to Clear them out and make room for Large Eastern shipments soon to arrive we will give 1-3 our regular marked Price on these goods. This is a snap for some one wanting High Grade furniture. A comforts of you need More covers these cold nights. We can Supply your wants at prices you can afford to pay. A. Auer pm Virn a 44 of v amt a 4 $1.50 comforts at $1,00 $200 comforts at $1.35 $2.50 comforts Ai $1.85 $3.50 comforts at $2.75 $4.00 comforts at $3 of your credit is Good your credit is Good Haberfelde furniture company the House furnishes

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