The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 28, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 28, 1908
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. Dependable Goods at Wellt't THE BAKERSFIELD C ALIFORM AN. DOES YOUR BED NEED MORE BLANKETS AND COM- PORTERS? The cold weather is here to stay and it's time you Were buying more blankets and comforters if you aren't well supplied. \Vc carry a full assortment of blankets and comforters and can please you both as to price and weight. Don't run the risk of catching cold or endure the unpleasantness of sleeping cold these nights, but come down and let us supply you with the best. 1 All prices! Phone*—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. NEIL AND MAYFIELD GO 45 ROUNDS. SACRAMENTO, Oct. 27.— Al Neil and Frank Mayneld, who fought twenty rounds here Friday night, will probably be brought together again in December for a longer battle one of forty-five rounds. The promoters of the Central Club have made the proposition to both Nell and Mayfleld and have received the consent of the two to sign up for forty-flve rounds. The city ordinances have been looked into by the promoters and nothing has been found that restricts the number of rounds of a prize fight. If there are no hitches In arrangements the men will be matched and will fight on December 4th. Such a long bout would doubtless mean the revive! of prize fighting In Sacramento. MEETING AT PANAMA. There will be a socialist meeting Friday night, Oct. 30, at Panama church I. T. Sharp, candidate for assembly will speak and a local will be organized. 7 g E-RU-SA: The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead or PIT p£' SO n°"o a !l? m -" u ' IOUS d ™gs. Because E-RU-SA CURES PPTTCA rr Dls P eusator y recommends every ingredient of *Am A'n ,-,"" aws makn " false or mis-leading statements" a crime. AH old or narcotic pile medicines affect the brain and spin\L«\ T^DTT P O°;T'. ce consti P»tion, never cure and are therefore il- tegai. JvKU-SA is not for sale at opium joints. r> r .., .„ Berkeley, Cal., July 3, 1908. ur. L. Griffin, Donr Doctor: We certainly can NOT consci«m- TKmsly recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial or Darcotif! 1 do medicines except upon prescriptions. Yours truly, Wiillpr & DeMerritt, University Pharmacy. R. L. Reed, R. J. Taylor Graduates in Pharmacy. Only druggists of highest standing soil and endorse E-RU-SA. HA Y15TA STRIKES OIL Early yesterday morning the Loma Vista Oil Company drilling on the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 1 on the Sunset Flat, struck oil. The petroleum was gushed to the top of the rig and everything In the vicinity was dripplngr With oil. The depth Is 950 feet, but on account of heaving sand It Is Impossible as yet to estimate the probable worth of the well. The members of the company are certain of this much, however, that the strata that was tapped yesterday Is richer in their vicinity than upon the higher land where Snook and others are producing, presumably, fro mthe same layer. As soon as the sand quiets drilling will be resumed In the hope of getting a bolter landing. The strike adds some little to the proven territory ami greatly enhances the pros-1 pects of the Muscatlne Company, which is drilling near, under the direction of O. O. McReynolds. The Loma Vista la a close corporation, composed of local and Fresno men. The land is leased from Walter Snook and operations have been In progress since early summer. The members of the Loma Vista are W. H. Graham of Fresno, president; James Johnson, of Fresno, secretary; Mark V/estgate and Charles Johnson, of Bakersfield; Fred Dow, Frank Remain, D. L. Stutzcan and R. D. Robinson of Fresno and A. L. Wiseman ot Fresno. GRAND OPENING OF Dreamland Skating Rink Friday, Oct. 30th MUSIC EVERY EVENING Special ^Program Each And Friday C. P. SMITH, Mgr. "A KNIGHT FOR A DAY" SATURDAY The newest comedy operatic sensation has had a continuous successful run of one solid year in Chicago, five months in Ne'w York and five months in Boston. Now the demand for an opportunity to witness the performance of "A Knight for a Day" has been so strong from all parts of the country that it has been decided to cover the territory at once. The play is said to be the brightest and most melodious effort that has been seen on the stage for years. It is full of ludlcrops situations and clever lines, and Interspersed with lively music. "A Knight for a Day" is booked for presentation hern at the Bakersfield ope; - a house [next Saturday, with Bobby Hurry ami Klsie Herbert In thr- >adin.i? comedy roles. ANNUAL MASQUERADE BALL Ladies Aiuxilary to the B. of L. E. At A. O. U. W. OCTOBER 30, 1908 MASKS MUST BE RAISED AT DOOR PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED ) REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. I I .1. I. Wasy and F. V. Oonlon to Julius | iKilod, $10; half inti'ivst, south half ot'j northwest quarter, south half of north! east quarter o!' northwest quarter.! south half of south half of northwest.; quarter of northwest quarter of sec-; tloii G-lt-23. , J. E, Forrest, trustee, to Robert Mc-i Kadden, trustee, $10, south half of sec-' tion 31-30-29. south 100 acres of south- ast quarter section 36-30-28. Robert McFadden and wife to .T. E. Forrest, $10. 105 acres, east right of way East Side canal In northeast quarter section 6-31-29. John E. Bailey to Marie Therese Brtgnatldy, $10800, lot 6, block 231 Bakersfield. The Balfotir Guthrie Inv Co., to Geo Hay, $10, northeast quarter section 20-29-26 and water rights, subject to rights of way and lease and agreement. P. A. Carpenter to California Land Oil Co., $10. northwest quarter section 28, northwest quarter section 2H, northwest quarter, southeast quarter section 27, northwest quarter section 34, northwest quarter section :i"i-2S-17. Same to same, $10, northeast quarter section 3, northwest quarter, southeast quarter section 3-25-19, northwest quarter, southeast quarter section 29, northwest quarter, southeast quarter section 23, northwest quarter, southeast quarter section ?>!!• 27-19, northeast quarter, southeast quarter section 3-2S-1S. E. A. Musing and wife to John R. Plttman, $10, southwest quarter, east half section 27-31-29. Special Professional Visit of Physicians 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 misleading propositions; promises no impossibilities, but: performs all he promises. Fair dealing:, moderate fees, faithful service and speedy cures have won for us the confidence of 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 A Ii»!<l .statement, but just as true as it is hold. Not nil cases that others fail to eure are cur- iuli> liy ,.Mr methods, but fully 85 per eent of thorn arc. Tin- way to learn if your case is curable is to consult OUR SPECIALIST FOR MEN. He has had years of experience in treating diseases of men. lie knows what he can do for you. If your case is curable he will treat you. If it isn't he will not. Consultation and Diagnosis free. Our honest and candid advice costs you nothing. Nervous and Chromt Blood Diseases Cured to Stay Cured 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. ALL CONSULTATION BY PATIENTS STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONTRACTED DISORDERS ' Of all diseases pccu.tnr to men contracted disorders are the most abused by cut-and-try, hit-and-miss treatment administered by good friends, druggists, doctors !n genera! practice and most of the would-be specialists. It. is certainly interesting to hear the .-dory of the average patient telllmg his experience with the different, kinds of so-called treatments he has been "up against." A large majority of our patients come to us with the original disease and part or all the complications resulting from delay and mistreatment. We generally have to cure them after some or all of the following symptoms have developed: Stricture, or all of the chronic bladder troubles, diseased prostate, sores, swellings, etc., besides a patient whose confidence and mind are so diseased through failure and disappointment. Don't trifle with these disorders; go to a doctor who knows how to cure you; It Is the cheapest, surest and shortest way out. We have been 25 years In tho business. N. B.—We wish it distinctly understood that we do not claim Ho perform impossibilities, or to have miraculous power.. We claim only to be skilled and successful Specialists, thoroughly informed In our Specialty, CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. Alt applying to us will receive an honest opinion of their complaints. NO EXPERIMENTING. We Guarantee a Positive Cure In every case we undertake and do not accept for treatment any case we are certain we cannot cure. Dr. Frederic Bell, Ph. D The well known orator and lecturer, will deliver lectures on the cure" of many of the above diseases before we leave this city. Electro Medi Grand Hotel "T? 1 ™,, Office Now Open cal and Sugical In- ^ \ 0 10 to 1; 2 to 5; 7 to 9. Rooms 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19. stitute. And by appointments NOTICE. "THE DEVIL" HERE SUNDAY As portrayed In tho play, *tho devil is but an embodiment of human nature's baser passions and Impulses — a naked showing of human desires, conceived in darkness, doubt and fear, nurtured through weakness and cowardice, until at last, strong as a lion, and shameless as the very Satanic Imp Itself, they burst forth and stalk fearless In the light of day. Aptly Is the play named, for It. Is his satanlc majesty from first curtain to last. The brilliancy of the play Is but the brilliancy of this character's witty lines, and well delivered argument:;. "Tho Devil" will be In Bakorsfield on Sunday evening. Nov. 1, at tho. Bakersfield opera house. This will be the opportunity that all Bakersfleld has been waiting for, and It Is needless lo -say that they will embrace It. The seats will go on sale tomorrow morning. H.KLIPSTEIN ENTERS CAR Henry Kllpstein last night entered bin Tourist automobile in the auto race meet being planned for November 15. The machine which Is In the $1250 or under class, will be pitted against the Biilck "White Streak" and will be stripped down and put In the best possible condition for a contest. Ed Fussell, who Is arranging tni. ,'nioet, has now secured three races i and Is confident of arranging two J more. In addition to the above named I match Frank Fee and the Sunset racer I will probably be given a chance with Bert Latham and the "Reo Bird." Then there will bo a handicap race and two more Fussell hopes to arrange. To whom it mn\; concern:—Notice Is hereby triven that we, the mule • Rleneci. have this Iflth dav ot October, lifts, entered into iirtii-l.-s ot agreement and co-partnership '<>'' "" ," U1 ^ tipse of conducting a uem'nil im>r 1" i: Mrs. R. M. Hamilton returned this morning from San Francisco. "While iu tho army In 1863 I was taken with chronic diarrhoea," says i George M. Felton of South Gibson, Pa. "I have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief, until Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, persuaded me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and 'Diarrhoea RaUersfleld ; Kern Drug Co., Kern. * s at and • v or under diwe and store-keening business nt in the Town ot Moiave. < " UI "; n Kern, and State of C'lilttoniiii. un the firm name and sivle oi U)'> .•..«• .lave Mercantile Comuanv. Dated this lOlli dav ot '.'.''"/'"('U/j^' Residing at Residing at Moiav ., ' I'Jlitornia. Bakersfield Iron Works Oil Well Tools and Supplies PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230--L, M AND 24 STREET REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY BUTTERNUT 1—- It's made by n different pro- coss than all broads, and is far .superior to all othera. 2—The flavor IB most plcaxlng and satisfying. 3—It's t bread you never grow tired (if. 4 —It's li«lit, perfectly white, ilo- llcioiLsly browned arid very wholesome. 5—It'.-i th" best breud ma/li and should ho on your table AMERICAN BAKERY A. J. Ferguson. Phone Main 228. Wore Than Enough Is Too Much. To maintain honltli a mature man or woman needs just enough food to repair the waslo and supply enorgv and body heat. The habitual coa- sumption of more food than Is necessary for these purposes is the prime causo of stomach troubles, rheumatism and disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with Indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite control and take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabletf and you will soon be all right again. For sale by Baer Bros., Btkersfleld; CASTOR IA For Infants and Childiin. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of NOW IS THE TIME HERE IS THE PLAGE LITTLE IS THE PRICE To get the Only Roofing. MALTHOED ROOFING Will eover a multitude of holes in your roof. You can roof your house in a day ut it doesn't take, a week's wages to pay for it. Onee on it lasts for years See us. i Pioneer Mercantile Co ; Phone Main 98. GUI f otuunblin i r * «***#***** rrrfrr ft NOW IS THE TIME, | To inspect our slock of winter) robes, horse blankets HIM! slorni aprons, our line is eompiete with every tliinj; needed for the horse. Tents, all si/.cs and prices, carriage triiiniihiK and harness repairing a specialty. PIONEER HARNEM IHOP MATT8ON BR98. NOW OPEN—THE GOLDEN WEST HOTEL Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. Under the old management, at tho.old locution, but New, Modern and Up-to-Oate In Every Respect 150 Rooms. Private Bathfl, Steam Hoat. (n tho Heart of the City, Opposite railroad and steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. Pioneer Hotel of San Francisco.

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