The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 15, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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Why Pay $25.00 ? We Give You Any Style Garment, Any Kind of Material— Just as Good For $15.00 The Difference is Caused by Department Store Buying Facilities and Dept Store Small Profits Redlicks Stand Ready to Show You Not For One Particular Man But For All Particular Men TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86. PEROXIDE SOAP A. D. S. ** A mild skin bleach; its constant mo keeps the skin white, ll is n most satisfactory son;> for every day use. tVo.-uny lather and is delicately perfumed. ft makes (lie skin while. 25c cake. (Jet it at Uacrs. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Druggists. PH. D. Wore Than Enough is Too Much. To maintain health a mature man w woman needs just enough food to .tefialr the wasle and supply energy and body heat. The habitual consumption of more food than Is necessary for these purposes la the prime <sause of stomach troubles, rheuma Wsin and disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with Indigestion, revise your dint, let reason and not appetite con trol and take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Ulver Tablets ami you will soon bo all right again. 3F(ir ealo by Baer Uros., Btltersfleld; y special reipiest will de-live 'his thrilling and interesting lecture TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN —AT— SCRIBNER'S OPERA HOUSE —ON— SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18th, at 8 O'CLOCK Subject: "LOVE, COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE." "Marriage Extraordinary" At the close of the lecture 20 .adtes and Gentlemen will be se noted from the audience and In larmouloiisly mated. Then the loctor will mate them harmonious y, through the Science of Phre iolosy and Physiognomy. Everybody Invited to the Ceremony, ADMISSION, 25c LADIES FREE A HEATED ARGUMENT Is not ncnossary to convince you that our singjo harness at tr'lH is •jery hard to beat. Our large siw plush robos at $11.00, will surprise you. Hurry up and get one of 011 r half, throo-i'|iiartor or full lined stable blankets; prices $1, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. Don't forget •smr street blanket.s, from $2 up. Cut sheep skins for the ladies. Cloves of all kinds and sizes. A. B. HERRINGTON 1517 19th It. SEE WHOM I HAVE WITH ME. The people of Bukersflold and vicinity are Riven the greatest op porlunUy ever offered to the suf- I'erliiK of any city outside of the leading Medical Centers- of Europe and the Rast. Not only myself, but with me are two experts, men who are authors anil to whom not only patients but the Medical Profes sion In general has implicit conli , lence In their untullmlied ability, Nusser Says He Is Crazy Win. Nusser says lu.-'s crazy and he is trying his best to convince the jury silling hi his case that when he look one more wife than the law allows hi.' was not right mentally. A. number of witnesses, Including members of the Los Angeles (Ire department, were on the stand for the defense today. They all toid stories of foolish actions on the part of Xnsser, and the little wife, wife No. 1, also related that Nusser had whipped her once aiul had spent his money foolishly. It developed from letters offered In evidence this afternoon by Prose- jcutlng Attorney Irwin, that Nosser was not so crazy Ue could not plan (his own defense. He had written to many friends asking them to produce evidence to show his insanity. The defense closed at noon today and rebuttal testimony was offered this afternoon. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were Issued today as follows: P. W. Silver, a native of Texas 24 years of age and a resident of Bakersfield, and Millie A. Dennen, a native of Kansas aged 23, also a resident of Bakersfleld. •:. C. E. Furman of Bakersfield* aged 21, and Marie Jumpf of Kern, aged 17. B, E. Ridgway of Porterville. aged 24, and Tillle M. Karguson, also of Portervllle, aged 27. Oath of Office. The appointment of Win. J. Shaf fer as agent of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been confirmed by Judge Mahon. Changes Place of Business. The Pacific Petroleum Company has filed notice of the change of place of business from L<>s Anaeles to Ollcen- tor. this county. Divorce Granted. B. B. Barrett was today granted a divorce from Ollie Barrett, by Judge Mahon, on .statutory grounds. J. R. Dorsey was attorney for complainant. STOCK A SUCCESS • "I have used Oholpia .jandi, .uiajrrapea ttwnedy alaae it was Tirsi nuroaiiced to the pvib.lc in "1872, and ? have n^yer found one ln£ stance wtftre a , fejute was not spedfltiJT iyeaiibe and never start out on a trip without d," ,Ter. fhen •«; ln£ tman?*has una emedmor tbjSty-flva effected, by Itsotse, I have been a eomwerclaf traviter.for eighteen yenr» .this,,, my |at|hful .frtond Nichols ofklwHl, W tent'Ao Bros* ,• a i valu^nd Is:<§ompe- Fsfersale by Baef, Kifu DrM, Co- The Cummingluun Slock Company at the Union Theator has already es- \ tablished a reputation for Itself.! "When We Were Twenty-one" is be-j Ing played this week to fine houses. j The productions have far excelled; those of any other stock company .seen I in Unkersfleld. Miss Cunningham ami Mr. Brackett, who play the title roles 1 are excellent and have received much praise for their good work. The piece is well put on and the stars have good support, as nl! the members are well received. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER * Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC THE ELECTRO-MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE OF LOS ANGELES, CAL. GRAND HOTEL. Rooms 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 OFFICES NOW OPEN lOtol; 2 to 5; 7 to 9. And by appointments ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE NOTES AND PERSONALS. B. B. Barrett, a business man of Tehachapl, is in Bakersfield. Mra. D. M. Herman has returned to Waseo. , Constable Williamson is her on official business from Tehachapi. Clifford Wiggins, a Tehachapl farmer, is a visitor here. Ail classes of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, bugglea and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade are on sale at the bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf W. T. Wiggins, a Tehachapl pioneer, is here visiting the fair. Bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue THE HUB- Out fitters for Men and Boys and Twentieth street. tt Is In The California want ads pay. DR. FREDERICK BELL'S INTERESTING LECTURES Or. Frederick Hell, (ho V,H|L known orator and expevt dlai;nostlei;tu. Representing the Klt-ctro-Medleal ;,ud gur- Klcal Institute of i.os Angles, delivered two lectures at the Scrilm^r opera house to hunt' and enthusiastic audiences yesterday aft-.'mo,,:, and evening. The afternoon suhi,.,-t, "To Ladies Only," was "Stiff.-riim Woman and Her Heroic Fortitude in Kuiiure," and was lisii-nod to with int"iist» Interest and w;>.: r>j)le!.. \vjtjj Mriylnal Ideas showing tlu.t In- taught the highest type of physical dev-Inpment and clearly proved to the sa'Ufactlon of those present that siift'evinu' women need suffer no longer. "Die ev- enins topic was to "men mih" entitled "Man's Disobedience to tin- Laws of Nature," will never be forgot ten by those who were fortunate to hear it. It was dramatic, pathetic and original. E. A. Stowell of Tehachapl this city. Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, j whips, robes, blankets, buggies and' everything pertaining to the harness and saddle buslnes? :iir,- en a' the corner of Chester avenue and Twentieth street, , tf 'i SUITS! $2.50JUP Ou v assortment of Boys' Wothiag is the most complete we have erer show n. Selections are better, styles are better—and values are keiter than anywhere in tkis city f For instance we ORB gjve you an elegant school suit—brown and blue In Gassimeres; sizes, 7 to 15, Dr. Bell has consented to deliver his thrilling lecture next Sunday night nt the Scribner opera house on "Love, Courtship, Marriage and Divorce," including the marriage ceremony. " For full particulars see advertisement In another column In this issue. , 4 . * ORGANIZATION OF STATE CLEARING HOUSE EFFECTED SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. H.—Thej state clearing house organization com- < mlttee completed its labors today. 1 Piano Tuning Leave orders at BAER'S DRUG 8TT, RE, corner of UUh street, an. Chester avenue, for L. GA"TMAN, the professional pi- an< • iner, located In Bakersfleld for *he last eight years. You mny VIP assured that he will put your Instrument In first class tune and order at reasonable rates. Phone Main 39 FOR $230 Others at $3.00, $3.50, and $5. r*ft*****~~*,••— I ~'~T: • ^ '' / fc TSCS*wi5ffl S PECIAL BOYS' DUPLEX SUITS One of the best values ever shown; double breasted coat, .-'-th two pair pants; one pair knickers and'oue pair straight 'i'i'wT in go.i.l nil wool cheviot ; sizes 7 to 14 ......... $4.50 FREE BET-EN-BALL A, new game; a bat with a small rubber ball attached Givtin with every boys' suit. i S.WISEKOPF I-MMV*

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