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Diamonds ! For yourself. For "someone . Come early and rrmke your selections from the biggest assortment of fine diamonds to be found In-the vnii-'-v. 3| Amercan f, <§f, Jewelry Co. ]• Safe And Secure are your valuables In a Safe Deposit Box Bakersf ield Abstract Company. GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. DELONEGHA HOT SPRINGS. ; Most remarkattl* mineral springe In California. An aosoiute cure tor i RHEUMATISM ; Forty-five miles from Baxersfleld in i Eierra Nevada Mountains. Fine sum mer climate. Good accommodations.: Terms reasonable. Stage leaves Bak- •rsfield Thursday mornings between B and 9 o'clock from Arlington and Occidental hotels, and from Metropole i In Kern. Returns Tuesdays Ad-' flr«*B, BARBEAU & ROQUETTE. i tt Proprietors i . I Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checking account with the First National Bank has BO many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us v?e Bhall be pleased to have you open one and test it fo r yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Street*. Special Professional Visit TWO GREA*T FREE Health Lectures of _ -0^—— SCRIBNEK3 OPERA HOUSE. You are Cordially Invited to Attend a Free Lecture to Ladies Only. WEDNSDAY, OCT. 14. at 3 p. m. SUBJECT— "Women and Her He- role Fortitude to Endure." FREE LECTURE TO MEN ONLY, at 8 p. m. SUBJECT— "Man's Disobedience to Nature's Laws." famous Orchestra will be in attendance. Consulting rooms have been secured at the Now Southern Hotel.; _, Hours of Consultation — Daily, 1C a. m. to 12 noon; 2 to S p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m., or by appointment. Dr. Frederic Bell Kern City I- MRS. LARSEN HOSTESS AT DELIGHTFUL PARTY. Mrs. L. H. J,ar?en WHS hostess at a delightful dinner party last even- Ing In honor of her birthday. Those I present were Mr. and Mrs. H. Etz- Iweller and daughter, Mrs. E. E. Johni son and daughter, Cretta, Mrs. F. S. iBowden and son, Teddy, Andrew Larsen, J. EUweiler, Mrs. S. L. Rowland and son, FranUle. Mrs, P. S. Sol- Us and daughter, Opal. IN THE CHURCHES OF KERN ON THE SABBATH. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening service at 7:30. MethodUt Church. Sunday school, 9.46 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Preaching at 7:30 y. m. Rev. Damon, pastor. Pilgrim's Congregational Church. Tomorrow Rev. O. F. Thayer will preach his farewel sermon. All are cordially invited to be present, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Christain Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. HORSE PERISHES IN FUME:; Flic, from onuses unknown, this monilnc (k'stroyeu a email Iniildiii}!, iisoil ; >s a barn, on .. Eighteenth strft't. ln'Uvi.in I, and M, and partially Ui.-stroyvd an adjoining lodging house. A lu'i-se belonging to 0. I'm/el, ill.' K.SM•(,• uf the barn, died In UK' flames. The lodging house was con- / dncir-I |, } M,. S , ,\ SimirU mul the fm ! nitiiii saved from the flames was badly damaged by water. The lo»s Is lesH tiian fioyo. The fl/iiiK'N wore first seen coming from Hi,. i,ani. Ed Wallow in his establishment on L, street saw the smoke ami nln t o Nineteenth and I.. from \\liiK an alarm was turned In. The the ai that time did not api'<-:ir dangerous. The chemical was run dow n the alley and soon a stream was on ihe flumes, but apparently to no effect, chief Gundlach ordered the first string of hose atached to a hydrant on L, street, but the force of the water was not sufficient to check the fire, which by this time had caught tht adjoining lodging bouse. There was a distillate tank on a platform between the two buildings used to supply a small stove In the reading room of the lodging house and the small quantity of oil It contained exploded, causing the lodging The and NOTES AND PERSONALS. Their Eminent Diagnostician and Medical Specialist, Who Will Deliver in this Town, as above, Two of His FAMOUS LECTURES These Lectures have, been dc-' livered in nil the lar^e cities of the Old World and America, and in .Australia, also in New Zealand, where they have been received with marked attention by the pulpit, press and public. Dr. Bell's Repertoire of Brilliant, Instructive Orations Embraces the Following Subjects: "Crime and Criminals: Their Cause and Cure." "The Problem of Life Solved." "Man, and His Disobedience to Nature's Laws.'' "How to Live to Be 100 Years of Age." "Heroic Woman: Her Fortitude to Endure." "Love, Courtship, Marriage and Divorce." "Grand Old Men." A reply to Dr. Osier's serio-comic statement that, "All Men at Sixty Should be Chloroformed." The Kern County Association of Congregational Churches will convene Saturday in the Pilgrim's Congregational Church. The latest in ladies collars, 50c, and up, at Arrlixzi-Olcese department store. tf A crowd of young people from Kern are going out to a dance In Old River this evening, i Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Springer have I gone to Tulare to reside. Mrs. Mary Cornell has moved from Drury'R addition to BaUersfleld. J. B. Estrlbou has just received a tine large safe from the Gary Safe Company, Buffalo, X. Y. The latest in ladies' belts, 50c, and up, at Ardizzi-Olcese Co., department store. tf Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Read of Fresno are guests at the Metropole Hotel. Jim Miller, proprietor of the Hurst House, who had a stroke of paralysis about a week ago, is still quite low. E. M. (Rjbberts; and , Frank Beebe went to Hazel tori today on business. J. Arthur Todd of oLs Angeles is • in town on business. ; C. A. Newman, teacnfcr of vlpMa. I Phone Main ?><'!. Producers Bank j building. tf i P. F. Guerin of the ear department j is off duty on account of illness. F. H. Jones went to Revena last night to inspect trains for cracked wheels. Oilte CotcheU will give his woplcly show and dance ns tisnnl on Thursday niijht ;;( the Ass-oHated Hull In the Kern Itiver flflil. Children lOc. M Dave Hente of the Kaar Market is slightly under the weather. E. 1. Kpman expects to leave for Los Angeles this evening to spend Saturday and Sunday with his wife. Ice for eale at Whitaker's corne' fruit store at regular prices. tf Supt. F. \V. Worthington and General Supt. Plan left last night on the Hamilton's All woo] fonts with yoke and sleeves, lined v. ii t Dinner's satin. Owl nicely (rimmed in silk braid; nil -:/. , \\\ hlaeU \\*e have a new lint? of swell linen tailored waistv. snine ;ire made with (Jihson effect, others with Inrge tin-k* $1.5(> $2.75, $3.95 Black sntcen waist with yoke and pleated rul'lle down imtit. full sk-ove with cuff ' '$1.25 All wool pananui skirt in 7 jjoreil full Hare, with lar^e burtons dmvn front. Brown, navy or black $7.50 PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UF—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave. at 20th St. CHAS Physicia A. house to burn at the front end. flames soon spread to -the roof „„„ the draught carried them along rapidly. After some delay the engine was throwing water from the L street ditch. The barn had been burned to the ground, however, and the Interior of the first half dozen rooms of the lodging house burned out, while the remaining rooms were badly water soalied. From his hotel, a short distance away, when Pucol first saw the flames he thought of his valuable two year old driving horse in the corral and attempted to release the animal. He opened the gate but the horse, instead of running out. cashed Into the flame* an-! w;i ;•-(,>,; ••• '-ith. The animal was valu< j ii „; more •,ii.m $1'JO. The barn was owm d by .1. Wer- ringer ami was insured !'<">r I'uci'i i< ai a 11 i.-;s !o ai fount for the origin of the Mr.'. Thei-'j was no one sileepiug in the !iuiMintr at tlie time, lie declares. ^Mrs. Smart places a valuation of $tlOo on her furniture, which was in- Kiirod ;Vir about $3SO. The building is (he property of S. P. Wiblo. While ralciir: among the ruins of the barn 10 stamp out the smoldering fire, the firemen were attracted by the cries of kittens and soon afterwards discovered three of the little felines scarcely more than two weeks old. Two of them were uninjured save for xvettlnn. while the third was burned about the head. They had been caught under old boards and . Physician ana Surgeon Office, Fish. block, tooma 11 and 12. Office hours 11 to. 12 a.'m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office, Main 150; residence Main 973. Walter Snoolt, the Sunset oil man, Is in town, " : A. G. Nichols, editor of the Oil Industry, Is here from Los Angeles on a regular tour of the fields. WANTS A BET. One hundred jlollarH even money on Jastro or Taft. Any one ran cover before 12tn. E. SALCIDO. Money at Hughes drug store. MODEL FOR PATENT. C. Leppleman, general S. of the Fellows TranstoisBloti COM* pany ot LOB Angeles, is In town witM a model ot his patent. He baa as far north as Stockton and Fresno and reports grand success. His coos' pany expects to introduce their mo to* and trucks in the valley shortly. Santa Maria O0 Frsinrlsro, 18 H. P. Mason, the man, is hore today. Henry Ach, of San here today on nil bUKine T. D. Boyce of the AxHociatod OH Supply Company, IK here from San Francisco on a vlnit to the local stores of the company. stovepipe. Sabbath at | ^ <£ | the Churches First Baptist Church. Corner Twentieth and 0 streets, L. C. Smlib, A. M., minister. Phone Main 769. Residence, 1919 « street. Bible school, 10 a. m. Young Men's Bible Study League, Owl in their private ear for Mojave to j 10 a. m. be with the test train. B. Y. P. U..6-.30 p. m. « i» •• - ! Morning worship, 11 a. m. YOUR HAT I to P )c . "Sin a Transgression Sermon of the BP it 1.1 But tt SUken it; "Heredity tion." and Pre-Natal Condi-1 WOMEN should much more largely avail themselves of the opportunity to curry a bank account, subject to their cheek, us it is often a great convenience', and what is more important, it familiarizes them with iiniu-ial affairs and banking im-tho(K which will prove very \wpTul and valuable. We cordially in vile the ac- coniils of w'Htn.Mi. iiffcrdiiij.' every facility, convenience and courtesy. Capital, $50,OOO.OC. Capital $50,000.00. C. J. Plant, President. Arthur S. <. i ,tc«, Cashier. NOW VISITING THIS TOWN FOR A SHORT PERIOD ONLY THE CHIEF TOURING MEDICAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ELECTRO - MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. The Specialists of the MEDICAL INSTITUTE would strongly urge the invalid (whoever he may be, and wherever he may reside) to ATTEND AND BE CURED. During this vlait Dr. Frederic *Bell will give to all, CONSULTA. TION, EXAMINATION, AND ADVICE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. NERVOUS AND CHRONIC BLOOD DISEASES CURED TO STAY TJURED. Lost Manhood, Fits, Insomnia, Rupture, Premature Decay, Nerve Affections, Kidney Troubles, Mental Weakness, Indigestion, Heart Troubles, Liver and Bladder Disorders and any affections of the Vital Organs hitherto thought incurable are successfully treated. 1 ALL CONSULTATIONS BY PATIENTS STRICTLY PRIVATE. N. H.—Wf wish it distinctly un- •IriViooil i hat we do not claim to pertiirm iinpos-sihllilioH, or to have iiii-:iciii'!us power. We claim only t<i !•• S!::I!ci! an<l Snccessfi;! Spe- ci,i.;>!-. *V:o)-«iii«lily informed In our Si-.-ii;:;-. t'HHONMC DISEASES Of .MICN '-.Mi WOMEN. All applyin: :.- n •• will !•••. | rAi'KU'Ml'.NTINt' i !'• -i 1 . •• i '".r • h u'HJprta'i. •? '• 1 j ; i "aiiiu-irt any ! we c iiini, 1 < lire. StjlUb One, I Trouble. iisvally l>'iya .1 hat that's t ti:e n.iLitiu t>at for men Ims UP uu»w r (.-r. !t..u;t<lj5 aic- ijri'Wlri^ more numor- rvcr.v d:ty. Hats tuukc excellent 'ilT'j; places for the puraslUc gfnm h sap the lilt) from the roots of th>' \\'l;cn your hair logins to ffill o»t nnrt (L. .r fctilp -in full i>( t')r.;.Jruft it l;i ;i iiiri- sign that these countless germs are busily rft work. •r.:(-.e is but one way to overcome th" trout'So nnfi kill th^ porrfis—that way I••" «Pp!y Ntwitro'H Her^iiiiiiw i» "'" ^^nlp—It will hill the frfnns mul honllhy '.lair Is syrc to result. Fold by loading clruFjrlcta. Poi"l '*" ln s'nTT-r-' for sample to The Hori.icide Co r_:t, "'Vh. Two Sizes, snc and t1 J. A. HUGHES. Soecial Aecnt, THE NEW STORE. If You Like Good Beer You'll Enjoy "San Diego" More and more ]»•• buyintr "San Diet,'" every u.iy th".v'iv f, ill'_' "Hi of nil IK-I i'- JIJiir!-'.-t "S;:ll Dii-uT"' most cnjnyalile. i Law." i The 7:30 evening service IH dig. missed and our congregation will join in the mass temperance meeting to be held fit the Armory at the same hour. Christian Science Services. bulldliiK. Sunday morning bmh bmh Assembly hall, Producers Bank hnildlng. Sunday morning at 11 oYloi-k. Subject of the lesson sermon, "Are Sin, Disease ami Death Ileiil?" Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Presbyterian Church. At the First Preoliyterian Church a unique service will he held. Sun-1 day \s the annual "rally day." The sermon will be to the children by the ] pastor. The subject will be "God's j l.ove and Care For Us." The sermon , will he illustrated by objects the! children hove themselves brought to nhow how God loves and cares for IIH. j There will be no evening services, St. Paul's Church. Holy Eucharist, S a. in., morning prayer and sermon, U a. m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. St. Johns, R(iM'(lal-.—Holy Coo niunion, II p. in. St. Unrnabas, Kern.—Sunday school 10 ». m. Evening prayi-r iia.t sermon, 7: Hi) p. m. St. Paul's Men's Club.—Monday night at 8:30 at Guild Hal). Lecture on ServlH, and the dihtrirts now Involved Iu difflcultieH. "San Diffj flnvor tluit iv iiiji, and oiift' 1)00%. you '11 li no titlu'i 1 . Why not .i morrow? ymi drink I Ins .Mltisfird will" Fred GuntherCo. Wholeenie Liquors Families Supplied 1511 Eighteenth St. No Phone Main 99 The. LITTLE RACKtTT STORE is now open in tli-' ner Ihtli and ('I line, with a nife i Dry (ioods iin<l N eiallies. which wi on tin- •"'. 1", !•"' .mi Id's. Speei;d «.al> of l<adic-s f.n.l M Orury owels, :'i.'. L. T. GODLEY & CO. l )oo DROPS AVeBetablcPreparationfor Assimilating theToodaudRegula- Ung the Suanndis andDowcls of IN FAN IS /(.HILIWEN PromotesTHfeslion.CheeTful- tiess awl Rest.Contaf as neither OpniuxMorphine nor Mineral. NOT NARC OTIC. A perfect Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature if £Z£4^&z5r NEW YORK. For Infants and Children, iThe Kind Yoy Have Always Bought Bears tlie Signature A( O months old tXACT COPV OF WRAPPER. In Use r Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE OCNTAUII eOMMNY, NtW VOIIII O1TT. TOURIST! THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER ROADSTER AND TOURING CAR. Price, $1650 Will b«> n-M(ly for delivery Jan. 1, 1909. A report made nflfr a thorough invcstij4iiti(in by a well known mechanical engineer of Hiikerslicld shows this car to be fur superior to any car on the market selling for less than $-"*<'• 'Hie rwison IK, that when the s1arl!inj4 rcdiictioti in the price- of tires and other uuto materials (•aiiif, it" other iiiaiini'HC'tiir«rs inid already bought their material, Tlie Tourist people only completed their designs for this California ear after studying all the new ears that were bcinj.' built for present delivery, and which wen: built before the startling drop in prices on raw materials. I'lace your urd'-r now and yet the best automobile ever offered Cm- the prK';-. Bakersf ield Auto Supply Co. E. J. ERB 19th and G Sts. W. E, DRURY Tel. Main 1280- ttf»v mfffl«rto*.u

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