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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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THB BAfflHRflPIBLD CALIPORNIAN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, IMS. TELEPHONES MAIN 29 and 86 PEROXIDE SOAP A. D. S. •* A mild skin bleach; its constant uae keeps the skin •white. It is a most satisfactory soap for every day use. C?roiuny lather ntul is deli- onloly perfumed. It makes the skin white. 2iic cake. Get it nt Baers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. S Leading Druggists. CHECK PASSER mm AI WORK While Just beginning on an apparent wholesale launching of forged checks, a man giving his name as W. G. Moore was arrested at the Club saloon this afternoon by Officer Goodall. The fellow had written out a check for $37 on the First National Bank payable to W. G. Moore. He asked for $10 on the check and while Herrera was hesitating, attempting to make out the signature of the drawer, which was almost illegible, Goodall was called In and the man placed under arrest. Investigation substantiated the belief that the check was a forgery. Moore had three or more blank First National Bank checks in his pocket and while the police have not discovered that he passed any others it is certain lie was preparing to float some worthless paper. STOP RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE And do some thinking;. You know as well us we that our shop is flic right place to conic when you need your harness repaired or yon need any [\img in (lie li/miess line. It takes just it moment of your timo to see our hir^e stock of robes and blankets. It will pay you. A. B. HERRINGTON 1517 19th St. EAGLES PLUtt MERRY TIME A commit tee consisting of Jesse Horsey, Fred Gunther and Professor C. A. Newman are preparing for the first of the regular monthly social sessions of the Eagles tomorrow night. Everything possible will be done to provide the members of tho order with a fine evening of entertainment. There will be good things to eat and drink in large quantity and Professor Newman is looking after the musical end of the program. An orchestra of at least five pieces will lie in attendance and there will be a number of entertaining singers and story Idlers. All Eagles are invited to attend. HARNESS OIL HARNESS OIL — tor Harness, carriages, buggies, etc. W. H. Wickham's Improved Water Proof Oil is the best. For sale by W. Moyle, 1713 Chester ave. Phone Main 1291. $15 a, Suit And Not S25 —.that's the difference between Redlick's Department Store System and High-Price Clothing Stores Same Gocds, Same Styles Same Finish. We Save You $10.00 on Every Man's Suit. ANOTHER AT THE Last night the Cunningham Stock Company commenced its third week with "A Gilded Fool." Mr. BracUett made quite a hit In Nat Goodwin's great success. As the fool he was excellent, and received much praise by those attending the opening performance. Miss Cunningham played a very sweet Miss Ruthren, and looked prettier than ever in some bproni- ing gowns. Miss Virginia Euna.s had another opportunity for some good work, for she was perfectly at home in the part of Miss Rood. Tho support was very good. Mr. Olllard played the heavy and 'did splendid work. .Miss Roberts looked charming and played her part well. The rest of the cast was taken care of by .Miss Alison, Mr. Burchett, Mr. O'ReU- ly, .Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Nugent, and was well played. The specialty, Sis Hopkins, done bj Miss Anson, was a hit. Her make-up and .songs were excellent and she responded to many encores. i The stage settings wre very effective and a first-class production was given. The entire company deserves great credit for their clever work. The productions have been excellent. The large audiences thoroughly enjoy the pieces and the members have made ! many friends who attend regularly. Nexi Aionday "Moths," the society drama, will be presented, Mr. Brack• it having received many requests for 1 is well known bill. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT WILL GIVE A DANCE. The Women of Woodcraft lodge Is making plans for its entertainment and dance, which will be given at A. O. U. \V. hall on November 24th. The ladles have arranged a fancy drill which will be given by a team of twenty-four. In addition to this there will be a sunbonnet drill and an interesting program before the dance. The UTTLf RAGKtTT STORE is i!«.u' <I;ICM in (lie iil'l Ih'in'y ner |,s||i aiiii ('hosier nve- IHie. v ''; ;. n'r" ur\v liir' o!' I'ry (illOtlK allll \llllill; X|>e- ciiillies. which \vil! be .sold on the ."i, 1(1. 1.") and 'J.V conn- IATS. Sjn-ciiil saii; Sulurdi'.y of Ladi"<? and Men's II.• ;e and Inr^c Turkish U;ith 7<.,\v- els. 2r>c hose I'or l"ic; 7-"n: towols I'or ftOc pair; r>0e Towels, :!f>c. L. V. GODLEY & CO. NOTICE OF SEALED BIDS. Sealed bids for era dlni! I) street between I'Jtti nud 20th streets and curb- Ins; Hamo to tho official erade will bo received ur> to the 25tn Instant at the office of .1. H. Herges; 102;) 19th street. or at R A. Esmond's Bakerancld. Flimres inir iior runnine foot, d to be put seuaratc- urbing to be 7 to 1 J. B. UERUBS office, nostofflce. on cost of curb- t, either cement curbing or redwood ly: the cement cur per cent R. A. EDMONDS. 10-19 T. C. METCALF. NOW OPEN—THE GOLDEN WEST HOTEL Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. Under tho old management, at the old locution, but New, Modern and Up-to-Date in Every Respect 150 Rooms. Private Huths, Steam Hout. In the Uourt of tho City. Opposite railroad and steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. Pioneer Hotel of San Francisco. For Infants ar».<! Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! AYeec table Preparation for As - slmilating the food andttcgula ting the Stomachs andBowels of ProtnotesDlgeslion.Cheeiful- ness and Rest.Contatns neither OpiumiMorphinc nor Mineral. MOT NARCOTIC. Aperfecf Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach-Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature .it G&&ftfZ&(U'. NEW YORK. tXACT COPrOFVBAPPEB. Too Late For Classification l.uriT—From Taylor's store, a large id tick Century bicycle with solar lamp. Finder will please, notify Taylor's Hai-gain Store and receive reward. 71 "I have usea unamoenain's Colic, I Uholera and uiarrnoea Kemedy since it was nrst introduced to the public In 1872, and have never found one In stance where a cure was not speedily effected by its use. I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," says H. S Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a remedy ior thirty-five WILLIE LIEBENDORFER'S REMAINS ARRIVE TONIGHT. r e tq^J TW The remains of Willie Liebendorfer, the son of W. S. Liebendorfer. who < died Saturday in Reno, will arrive to night on the Southern Pacific, funeral arrangements will not be made until the arrival of the members of the family, who are accompanying the remains. Eva—And you refused him? Why? Edna—He was too economical. Eva—But I thought you said the young man you accepted would have to be economical? Edna—But he was too much so. Ha actually proposed on a postal card.— Chicago News. year he knows Its value and is competent to speak of It. For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfleld; Kern Drug Co., In Use For Ovei Thirty Years CASTORIA YH« EtNTAUR OOMrANT. NIW YORK OITT. WANTKD—Reliable woman wauls to j do \vork by the day. week or junnth. | Telopiioiie .Main 1^112. 71 i FOR RKXT—Fully furni.sUt'd 4 room j cottage Nicely located. On street ' far line. Suiter Ai Co., Ui2n I si., Alain n;:i. &j FOR SALIC—Nil acres, close in. Kern Isliiiul water. Suiter & Co., 11120 I street, Main M'M. M VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC WANTED—Woman who is first class cook desires situation in the oil fields or on a ranch. Can give reference if required, Inquire at Kern Hotel, Kern City. 74 "I hardly know how to begin, sir," said the would-be son-in-law, as a starter. "Permit me to help you out," said the old man. The words were polite enough; but the young man thought he saw trouble chead. and got out unassisted.—Philadelphia Inquirer. CREST! SCO F FE E YOU VVAN4T IT t SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakewfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agent* Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th UNION THEATRE MAIN 128 -rz; TONIGHT A GILDED FOOL" PRICES 10c, 25c, 35e, 60o MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. "Dearest," h e whispered, "i am ultra-fashionable. I have a hat of green, a tie of green and even shoes of groen. Is there any more you could ask?" "Yes," responded the practical girl, "before I accept you I would like to know If you have any long green In your pockets?"—Chicago News. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds. C. M. Shipppe to C. M. Mohr, |1; Girl of the Golden West Nos. 1, 2, 3 mines, Pioneer district. C. M. Mohr to !!. C. ^a:;,iic,\ $1; same mines. H, C. Shlppee to Kern River Mining and Power Company, $1; same mines, Mill Site Nos. 1 and 2 mines, Clenr Creek Nos. 1, £ and 3 mines, Pioneer district. Same to same, $1; two water rights 30,000 Inches each water Kern River, reserving right to use on Pacific mines Nos. 1, 2, 34 and other mines first party, Pioneer district. R. J. Matey and seven others to F. M, Graham, $10; southwest quarter section 34, 31-23, F. M. Graham to the Elk Horn Oil Company, $10, same ; land. .-. Elk Horn Consolidated Oil Company to game, good dud sufficient consideration; south half of northwest quarter of northwst quarter and north half of southwest quarter section 9, 32-23, Same to same, good and sufficient consldo- itlon; same ' property. Jami- Wingfleld to Laura B. Palmer, $10: Uttle Buck mine, Greenhorn district W. V Moughton and seven others to It. 1 Palmer, $5; southeast quarter sec, n 34, 31-24, Paclfi Improvement Company to Mrs. D<.'-ros ITrins, $175; lots 1 and 2, block "0. Kern. Union Cemetery Association to Antone Atzevedo, $1; block 542, Union Cemetery, Same to Emmellne Chorlot.ta Hardman, $1; lots 9 to 12, block 873, Union Cemetery. THE HUB-Outfitters for Men and Boys BOYS' SUITS! $2.50 UP Ou r assortment •£ Beys' (Slotking is the most complete we kave erer sh«\» n. -Selectioas are better, styles are 1i otter—and values are better tham anywhere in this city. For instance we can II ly give you an elegant school suit—brown and Hue Ju Oassimeres; sizes, 7 to 15, 1 FOR $2.50 Others at $3.00, $3.50, $4 and $5. SPECIAL BOYSf- DUPLEX SUITS One of the best values ever phoxra; double breasted coat, with two pair pants; oue pair knickers and one pair straight all wool cheviot; sizes 7 to 14 $4.50 a small rubber ball attached Given with every boy*' suit S.WISEKOPF

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