The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 22, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 22, 1908
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[Thursday, Oct. 22 TOM*If you enjoy good candy the best that Is made, buy Gruenhagen s »t Meroney's. f Surprise «'her-' tonight with a box. BILL FELL 104 FEET BUT ONLY SLIGHTLY INJURED. RENO, Nev., Oct. 22.—Joe Ray, fi miner, was brought to this city and placed in a hospital suffering from Injuries sustained by falling 104 fe.ot down a shaft oer which he was work- FURNITURE BOUGHT AND BOLD "WINTERS, BRIDGES, SIMPSON CO., .. 1800 K street, phone Main 134; uew , and second band furniture bought " and sold; houses furnished on easy FIGHT WELCH | Lasi evening Johnny Murphy tele- | graphed Tom o'Hrlen, announcing his | willingness to moot Freddie Welch ! here next month. Johnny's telegram j was: "I will tinlii Welch In Bakersfield. What are the Inducements?" O'Hrieti wired back tlmt the fighters' share of the receipts would be 60 per cent. As yet no reply has been had from Murphy, but it Is expected this afternoon and by night it, will be definitely known whether the fight will occur here or not. Doer Unhulz,. who Is matched with Cyclone Thompson in San Francisco monthly; special granlteware kitchen utensils. 25c. and ROW For Supervisors—First District, Wm. HOUSER Fourth Dlst-' JiRT for next. Thursday night, has written O'Brien aakliiR for a fight. If Murphy does not como to terms/Unholz will be offered the flgfc'r. Welch Is anxious to fight hcrey&nd is not particular who his onjponent IB. Freddie Is one of the Cleverest as well as the ' gamest bo^ 8 tn the ring and he does not care/" much who he Is pitted in our bread. It's <-kan Soiled hands of the cureless baker does not dig iivto tbe dough. Its mixed by ma- chinery, baked twice a day and is always fresh, el»»im and wholesome. Annett'sBakery 1827 19th St. Phone M 390 The announcement that Murphy and Welch will probably be signed has created a sensation In local pugilistic circles. These fighters are recognized to be at the very top of their division and would make a main event attraction in any city In the land. Jeffries, who asked O'Brien to give Welch a 8ght, will be invited to referee the go and as other Invitations will be extended him to enjoy a few days' hunting trip In this vicinity. It Is hoped that the big champion wil" shape his plans so as to be the third man in the ring when the two little fighters meet. We've suits to sell— You've suits to buy. You're the one to be pleased as to color, style and material. With our store filled with suits from the World's best tailors, we take pleasure in helping you select the new fall suit. It isn't necessary that we go into details about our fall suits, for every well dressed man in Bakersfield knows that *ve carry the finest and best and most stylish suits in the city* It is new suit time now-»and here's the place to buy it.' Prices range from $ 10 to $40 ing at Rawhide. The physicians consider Ray's escape from instant death almost a miracle, as when he fell he plunged head first and struck the hard rock at the bottom. Except for a broken arm and general stiffness, Ray was not otherwise Injured and will be around shortly. Is Lhe Paim; tonm «•• *it undet OUT palms and drink a cooling, r» freshing soda water and eat an 1c« cream or Ice. We solicit wholesale trade, both In cream and candleB CARD OF THANKS, Wte wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our many friends for the kindness and sympathy shown us In our great sorrow. We especially thank our dear friends for the many floral offerings, the choir and the dear boys who carried our loved one to his last resting place. W. S L.IBBBNDORPER. NELLIE LIEBENDORFER. ^••^^•••^•••^•^••^^••^^••^•^•^•^••••^•^^^^ H ^^ HH *""^ B ^^ B "^^^^^^^ Special Professional of Physician: and Surgeons Representing the Electro-Medical and Surgical Institute of New York and Los Angeles Our Specialist from New York CURES ALL THE DISEASES OF MEN. He makes no mislead- ins propositions; promises no impossibilities, but performs all he promises. pnt , flf i PTtPP O f Fair dealing, moderate fees, faithful service and speedy cures have won lor us me coniu.,«w: yi the afflicted everywhere. We Have Cured Thousands and Can Cure You WE HAVE NO SPECIFIC CURE-ALL PREPARATIONS, BUT TREAT EACH CASE SEPARATELY AND SCIENTIFICALLY, ACCORDING TO ITS PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS. We Cure the Cases Others Cannot ,\ bold'Mt. lv..t .i'i-i »- "•»<• :<- .1 : -- I»-M. N"i -'il rases that Mllicrs lail to cim> sii-- .MII-- lb !n,e\v^o'i'anh^ - '<>'<'''>>">1< OUR SPECIALIST FOR MEN. II.- IU.K 1 ', I .,,. -V ,,i' e>il.eV!''!l<-> ill M-eutill" l! >en-,e>, ill' Illell. lie UllnWS \vllilt If I'illl tl<> I'd' .YOU. It YOlir .•Uc'is'e'nrililc t:'- vv'H t!'<-»t v "»- "' ' l isu ' t '"' w '" ""'• ' Consultation and Diagnosis' free. Our honest and candid advice costs you nothing. Nervous and Chrome Blood Diseases Cured to Stay Cured . » u i, rf c t* inanmria Ruoture Premature Decay. Nerve Affections, Kidney Troubles, Mental Weak- new Indiwtfon, Heart TroJble's. Liver and Bladder Disorders, and any affections of the Vital Organs hith- erto'thought incurable are successfully treated. ALL CONSULTATION BY PATIENTS STRICTLY PRIVATE. -. ••-•CONTRACTED DISORDERS •le.l disorders ave ill' 1 most abused by cut-and-try, hit-and-miss treat),.,,,. « s '(- <!"••!,."!•!-. !:: ue!vv:-! practice mill inosi of the would-b< special- n the story ol'^the averaue inilient. tcllinu his experience wilh the ilif e has been "up against." A law majority of our patients corne to us WOODMEN ORGANIZER IS HERE PAGKY MTARIAND BEATS LEACH GROSS A. B. Craw, district organizer for the Woodmen of the World, arrived here today to remain over the holi days to conduct the big membership campaign the local Woodmen lodge will inaugurate Monday night with a great public meeting. ••Before thf first of thf year," sail Mr. Craw today, "we hope to securt _>fif| additional members making the local lodge the tenth largest in th< 1'acific jurisdiction." Preparations for the meeting next ' Monday nipht an.- progressing at a lively rate. In addition to Mr. Craw there will be other state officers here as follows: 1. T. Hoak. head council; T. Clinton Veale, head advisor: A. E. Sumlerland and P. 1- (lilroy. TooLate For Classification FOR SAI.H- I 11 acres southeast of town: all in alfalfa. Has good house, barn an ! w.iter li.-'ln. Price $75 pel- acre. Third c.ish: lia!.:rice easy pay ments Suiter A: ro.. }'•'-" 1 street; Main M '.' 71 NEW YORK, Oct 21.—Out of the west came Packy McFarland, a lightweight fighter, today, and for five rounds he hammered Leach Cross, the 'Pride of the Ghetto," with such precision as to earn a decided victory. At the same time he set in the background Cross' aspirations and enhanced his own chances for a mill with Battling Nelson for the lightweight championship of the world. The go was a regulation six-round affair and was the feature of the program of the Fairmont Athletic Club. Both boys were weighed In this afternoon at Io3 pounds. McFarlancl at the sound of the gong was fighting madly for an early victory. Cross punched back furiously and during the first two minutes it was bard to tell upon whom the greater number of blows landed. Then both beys settled down to more Bcien' tifflc methods. At this kind of fighting McFarland was easily the better and held his advantage cleverly. In the third round McFarland stepped inside a left swing and sent a crash- Ing right to Cross' jaw. The easterner went down for the count of six. When he arose he was weak and held onto the end of the round. In the fourth McFarland again went after his man, but Cross here met him with a great show of resistance and In this round managed to have a shade the better of the argument. In the fifth Cross, with left and right, drew blood in a stream from McFarland's nose, but the westerner would not be denied and kept hammrlng away in quest of victory. In the fifth round Cross took a lot of punishment and was staggering groggily about the ring when the bell rang. . FOR SA1J-: -—Hood ji;.; • iim business, centra! location; uood lease; if you are looking r or :i wil established business, look this up. Suiter & Co. 1K20 1 street. Main I4:!4. 71 Of all diseases ;>••.• u.In: to n:« n con.ra ment administered by K-'"<I irienUv l.sts. It is certainly mi'•• t -' in 1 .; >u h' 1 ferent kinds of so-called tr'-a',m>-iit-< I ,OST — Breast collar ;o Finder please let". f Hakersfiel.l r'luniliin.u: \V. \V. Sni"'t;:er and r litsht harness. Mime at the Co.. call for ceive rew,,, ••'. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY. FOR SAl.E OR RENT- • K.lirvi- ranch, containing H'.n ricres. ;, Rosednle. All under ' •,:''•..! ^ good water right trom ih> > :'!ow. canal. John A. Fry. it'.U I'bester avenue, corner of fn.h s»rcet, Dak- ersfield. 101 STEINWAY! (Superior to nil Other Pianos) A. B. Chase. Estey. Emerson Kurtzmann Sterling and others. ^tn' h tir:,eaV w With tne oilMimi "' ' ltr _" '. .. ... .... ,,,.. r.,n.,,,.i,,,r uvnmtnnix iMVe ileveloneil: Sll'i'lure. i>r i\ erally have to cure ;li«-ut alter the chronic bladiler tumbles, < nilnd are so dlst-as-od throtifih who Xnows how to c'.ire jeu: I' illl I lie COIupliianuns i«,'uuni^ iiuui ii'uij mi,* »in ->, i» in im in. ..• t-'.- ii' ;ill of ilii- following syniptoins have ileveloped: Slriclure, or iill of ,,.„.,. I f.rimtate, sore*, swelling, etc., besides a patleiil whose coiilidence anil ai l ,, , .j,,,) ijisappolntnx'in. Don't trifle with these disorders; KI> to a doctor 'is the cheapesl. surest, and shortest way out. \Ve have been -jr> yenrv in ih»» ""u H ' WB wiah it distinctly und rstood that we do not claim to perform impossibilities, or to have r^rscu. • ,« ™? We claim on"y to be sXilled and successful Specialists, thoroughly informed m our Specialty, rwROmc DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. All applying to us will an honest opinion of their I ints NO EXPERIMENTIN :,. We Guarantee a Positive Cure in every case we undertake and tic not accept a 'for treatment any case w" are certain we cannot cure. Dr. Frederic Bell, Ph. The well known orator and lecturer, will deliver lectures on the cure of many of the above disease before we leave this city. Grand Hotel Rooms 15, 1C, 17, 18 and 19. Electro stitute. Office Now Open lOtol; 2 to 5; 7 to 9. And by appointments NOTES AND PERSONALS. Ralph Arnold. H. R. Johnson and T. G. Gerdult, who have been conducting a geological survey on the west side came in on the train last evening and left later in the evening for Los An- j geles. Hallowe'en novelties at the Bon Bon. Mrs. James Hubbard told Mr«. Jones that Jim never growls >!:r-f she uses Foiger'K Golden CJ/i'- ' 'i*e. Her grocer grinds it for I- Women Ordered C;.'t. Jim Bradley, a prize .'-..•• . *no has! been here tor several " • • • ft. and I, a womun name.) Lucille, w!.<., been j working in a (ianc-e hail anil living] With Bradley, were the centn.l figures in H police court wen.- this i.iornlng. Uradlev was aires«.<l by officer Mor- Itensen l.i^T night on c'lii^ii.iint ot the ; woman, who allei- i -hat he had a 1 ritiK ard $|i> wliicli 1 el-,-ii!i'-'l M l'.«-r. I Bradi'V di.l not '!•-•»>• '*'e ii'.-ctisn- ' tlon ami upon the fMin o( the prop- lerty. 'he woman war- onl.-re'l mit o! I town, .-he having <•*'.. :•->••.! a desire I to leave tonisht. Ilni'11-y w,;.s uiven ' another chance and if li" auain appears before Judge Thomas a stiff sen t«nce will be given him. Also a fine variety of Player Pia nos. Lowest prices and easy terms. Orders taken for sheet music. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 KL Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager ' White felt bills cleaned and re: blocked. Leave orders with us at the ', Willow; also old hats ret rimmed and ! made to look like uew; gut our prices ! before going elsewhere. 73 AS THE DAYS GROW SHORTETl Y'i-1 '.'eel the lllM'll <)f lll'llvilT ('lotll- ; I!L'. yet hesilnto to pnrc'liiiso win". t weiylii. Not necessary • - send :is* sprint:'s suit here for iviiovn- *;!•!!. I'li'unin^ 1 iind prcssinu 1 . ami \v> '!! put it in shape 1" wenr and plea*''- yi' eyi"-;, huWi Vcr critii'ill \n,| HI1IV In-. Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers A. C. Jacobten, Proprietor. Office, 1619 19th St., Phone Main 176 WorfcM. 129-133 20th St. Phone Mala 166

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