The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 8, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 8, 1908
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... 9' TTTK SFIELD CALIFORNIAN ' OCTOBER 8, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 88 Eucalyptus and Honey Cough Syrup SARY SI. FRANCIS Talks to The Men! b* tvinedy for coughs, hnwrhilis ami Inn \\V l;no\v what il is made '/I ?,>'i, 1 just what it will do. 3/ rl <loes not slop your we \vill refund our mowv. Th« Store of Eastman Kodaks. Leading Druggists. THERE'S NOTHING UNDERHAND This evening at 7:45 the Uosary devotions will take place at St. Francis church. The month of October Is dedicated In the Catholic church to the Mother of God, under the title of the Rosary, a pious devotion for each member. A Catholic without the rosary Is not a true or faithful one, gays Father Frund. The rosary will be publicly rec!te,d this evening at St, Francis church, after which the bene- ilMton nf the blessed sacrament will take place. Children Meet This Afternoon. AH tho children of the parish mot this afternoon at St. Francis hall to take their parts In the first rehearsal for the children's entertainment which will take place October 2Sth. Wilson Requiem Mass Tomorrow. Tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock a requiem mass will be celebrated for l he repose of the soul of the late George \Vllson. This morning at the same- hour a requiem wass was offered for the repose of the soul of the lain Mr, Pueschcl. Ladies to Give Dinner Parties. Notwithstanding the many attractions to take place for the benefit of St. Francis Church the ladies met Sunday evening and decided upon giving flm-p dinners in the St. Francis banquet hall during Thanksgiving weok. Each day a new set of ladles wll be in charge. First day, Mes- darn*'s Me-Kamy, O'Hare, Falrchlld, Tt'uch'r, Oaites and Willow; second day, Mf'sdnmes Loary, Krausse, Web, ster. Campbell, Harklns and Moore; : third day, Mesdames Foster, Tlbbett, Davis. Simpson, O'Brien and Wilbur. ! Tln>y will select their assistants. An i elaborate menu card will be gotten ; nut for each dinner, Morley's Theater Party. Tomorrow evening the entire re- at the Morley Theater will ho over to the St. Francis Bazar tund. Consequently It is to be St. I'Yawis night at this popular show house. The ladles desire, to see all their friends there to assist them in acknowledging the special favor granted them by Mr. Para, the energetic and up-to-date show house pro prietor. ToOay more than ev^r it is ttu* clothes thut make the man. The old savins: th;M dothes rlTrnut make the man i> true to snm** extent, hut like "Bill Nye". w<- IMV inclined to tnke a see,onil loolj. Of all times now is tin- important period to look us up. Tin- liii*- \* f'»m- e in every detail nnd we hiy [>;irtieiihir stress upon the t'aet that prie«-s cut a tiuure in this department as well as style; two things: one worth watchinir tin- other wm-tii wearing. L Today we present a special lim* of sample suits in Worsted, Faueies ami Ca-simeivs in every correct eolor and riirhtly made. At the price, suit **. * •A.W.. »t *• i ~ * *** •'.'.• * P i « .••*•» - *. • * • * i • » . * * H '• • ' • • • * i • • < * .'.-• - . > * t iT»'*. • - f • * .1 f * • "A I. V'l •_ . * i* *.* • • _» * * * i/ .*.' : • '••* * * * •• •:•*•* . . * • *• .+* *• * • '< * • - -i 1 .-., .l»t* • ._ H " • - • * ' .-r*-s f - 4 t 1 * * ' • * "• " . • • . I I t $15.0 •^'u•» • • • £*•£& *' H :«•!**• .* . * I • * * * * * • « ** 1 1 * t • .-• •j • * * ^ <-. ,,'* . . -.% . •• • * * -*•*.-•-' t * : • ,•.'• * -. •- * *•*." »* i'.'.;;; '* * i* - • . • •, • - r_-i' .•_ .'• '_* Doz irs and Drawers ••, * * * •* V ' * ' ' ' r * •* * ». •. * * »* »' . • • * '••* * * • * . • IHeiKUd SlIkytleeiM.' cream onlv; in everv ment; regular ^ full sixes: iri wash silk: In double { k k * 1 in) n» garments for men. in si/.e and no divippoint- cotton, full weiirhl and ek and i'runl with best •< and douUle seat and **m i\ r * . t » t'/ "» *...'* M *V . *'<••_ -••* 'l -t tf • ,•"* fc"" P «T * * • •J * * •• rawei-s k • • > -< our mrihod ol' Garment « - - 4 • • ' • • • * • L* . • • - • *. .*•• •V i »' V\ f +* »^ »• r» A i ^»iii 11 i i iii 1 **! T'i - T 11111^ ^••••'*-'. i A ij lfll_TM*S 'Mill \ i 1 1 Kvt'ii the mosl inexperienced can (uruftl last evening J'rom ;i trip to *"~v Ui»re with [M-d'ect confidence ' Midway, which territory they had not irt r Hi nit no misMat et: '|iialitics. no ov- n\' v.'dui'S. In s!l ( >!'1. i. 1 - vMir pnces are ol't ''ll l»eio\v >t;Uul;inl. 1 ii<- im.iiil \' of OUT ni inc pnivhase ^ isittl(1 , ! ' or '^n numths Th« 1 1:1 \vorU an ;ietivif> itt ilta. tune was a to tiif ( );iUlaml oil men. ^r Lame Back. ailment is usually rauseil hy u.liriiu of fh*- nniscles of the ot the barU, nnil is (UllfUlV CUP- * f _ *i - 14 l*f A B. HEKRINGTOF 1517 19th St. •"T^™-^- p W~ f «'<l hy applying Chamberlain's Lmi- ..jt.' 9 dangerous to Uug tho shor»- in i i» Mt two or i\wee times a (Uiy and 1 ; \vav,"^iim th.' pans ut each appllca-| U .-m,.u,nt M« Kelt, Water Case S. B. Collins is here from Kr^no. STOCKTON—In Bakorsfield, October ,1. Henson \Vrenn is here from Coal- S. li)08. to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stock intra todav. ton. ~ * „„, ,„ i a VvV,:r>".T: 'Than Enough Is Too Much. lieaitH u mature man •-{ .pi.-it cNoU^h food to nnd supply cn (i ru;v tssi\\v lit»at. Tlie habitual con_" of more Coo,i than is necessary" fnr th*\so purposes la the prime of Momach troubles, rhouma- :uul tlisordera of the kidneys. If wiUi indigestion, reviso your Un reason ami not appetite con- ; traiaml talu- a few dosea of Cham- S\nnuich and Liver Tablets will Koon he all right as^ln. ! by Uaer Bros., HtUersfleld; ' Kern F>niK V'o.. Kern. * T K A The \vay to buy tea is in aecs • somebody is With a pin in th. i l'-- * l.inb- i 1 . for i Your grocer returns your moncr *' Uk« Schilling i B*-«t: we- iuy don'l el't - hioilif 1 .' -•',.' a Niicdl --u if t-]) 'V;; 'i v. liiei ch.tstisc liis .-mall sisii-r, \\ho ! ;"i naughty. AS't.-r iM'inu uoiit- a lo;,. rim r;ime in wit!) Ills haii.N t'ul! 01 of din "! can't iind ;ni> s\\ itr'n." In said. "Mere, throw tliose at i' . Lux r.l today, in c( tinned h M . which z a pro;i- waa a^ain can- Bennett on motion i i All roads lead to C. N. JOHNSTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. BEST WORK ALWAYS Phone, Main 656. 1301 Nineteenth St Th Southern Bakersfleld's Hotel Cuitine, Service Unexcelled Place Cooles Tomorrow Harness Whip Robes erything harne trade Street ON attorneys until November 24th. Case Continued. Tho case of the people vs. Frank Valencia, which was to have been tried today, was continued on account of the absence of witnesses. Demurrer Filed. In the case of D. II. Evinger vs. O. E. WhUaker, demurrer to complaint was filed, also notice of motion to strike out certain portions of the complaint. Answer Filed. In the case of Chas. H. Kerr vs. Jenule D. Kerr, answer to cross -complaint has been filed. Amended Complaint, l John Bates has flled an amended complaint in his suit with W. H. White. Guardian Named. In the matter of MaryT . Molina, an Insane person, Virginia R. Hunt, has been appointed guardian. THE HUB-Out fitters for Men and Boy BOYS' SUITS ! \ $2.50 UP ILL are T FIGHT "We 'always have on hand sah> gentle horses that ladies can You will ftud everything •and span about our stables, good animals, and cnr- surreya, etc, etc., in order all the tame. | pf»fC£$ BY &DWIN IWON SEATS NOW ON Kid Alexander, the popular little colored tighter, Is training daily for his ten round battle with Kid Park er which will be a preliminary to the KlicHe White-Joe Rellly scrap at the Scribner a week from tomorrow night. The little ebony-lined scrapper is working out in the Standard gymnasium anil every afternoon does on hour or so of hard work punching the bag, skipping the ropo, boxing and other stunts favorite with tho pugs. He is working with a good sparring partner and seems to be acquiring more knowledge of the game> Alexander U confident that he will defeat Parker. "I fought him a good draw once before," said the little fighter today, "and since that I think I a in improved. I do not see why I am not us good as he is. I think 1 will win." Parker, likewise, shows us much ronildetu'e and It is safe to say that . the scrap wil1 lj e a hot one, from the Itirsi clans of the gong. Parker will I weigh US, while Alexander will not ibe ab.:.v 113. . ,H from Fresno tell of Keilly s good i idiiion. He Is training under 'the en - of Sky Hesa and appears to Ibe in t r-e fettle. i it is M-talu that at least a car load • of Fiv ^ fans will be at the ringside, i The lu management is making an effort i" have Friday declared Fresno day ut 'he fal r and lf thls ls done more Fresno excursionists may be induced to come down. Our assortment of Boys 1 Clothing is the most complete we have ever shown. Selections are better, styles better—and values are better than anywhere in this city. For instance we can give you an elegant school suit—brow or blue in Cassimeres sixes. T to 15 FOR $2,50 (Ml UTS lit $4 and I SPECIAL BOYS' DUPLEX SUITS $4.JO of tho host values evi r shown; double breasted coat with two pair pants; one pair kmt'luTK and one pair strn ht knoe. in i'»»nd nil wool dieviot; 7 to 14 ****** ' • $4.50 FREE BET BALL ame 50c to $2 W,'T, RATLIFF K u Ttl. Taken CMtlenden Ho d MTr». David M. Crabtrw have tak «& die Cblttandoa house at 1826 Sev tor two mentis 11 with II attach

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