SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA* RAKFRSFIFIIl OPERA HOUSE Lin IV L.III/ I ILiL.ll KOBT. 0. ftA»TON,N«n«<|(r TONIGHT FIRST BIG NEW MUSICAL SHOW TO VISIT THE COAST THIS SEASON A Knight For a Day 1 With Bobby Barry, Elsie Herbert and a Sparkling Company of Sixty People Prices BOc, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 SEATS NOW ON SALE. Tomorrow MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION SPLENDID COMPANY BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Harry Leighton in the Title Role Laura Hudson as the Wife 25c, 50c 75c and 1.00 Phone Main 257 BON BON WILL PLANT NEW FISHES TONIGHT The first shipment of fish, which is to be planted in the .streams and lakes of Kern comity by the state board of fish commissioner^, will arrive here tonight. Deputy Fish Commissioner A. C. Tlhhet has received official notice that the federal car with Grapple and blue-glU sunflsh and also four cans at least of eastern fish has left the north and will arrive tonight on the southbound Southern Pacific overland. The eastern shipment will be comprised of blue-gill sun flsh and some ringed and yellow perch. They will lie taken to the lower end of Kern River and Buena Vista lake Immediately after arrival and planted at once. The j government as well as state has been j put to considerable expense to obtain j the young fish and the commission does not propose to have the work I fail at this end. Other shipments will be received from time to time. PAPfilD" KELLY H LOS ANGELES, Oct. 30.—Billy Papke, middleweight champion, tonight affixed his signature to articles calling for a glove contest of twenty- five rounds with Hugo Kelly, before Hie Jeffries Club i n this city, within thirty days. Kelly is certain to agree to the terms, it is said. The above dispatch confirms the, report that the Papke-Ketchel fight, ; scheduled for San Francisco Novem-1 her 25, is uncertain of being held. For | a week or more past the northern fans have been speculating as to ^ Ketchel's ability to make the weight j agreed upon in the articles. He has j been at the springs In training but j not the best of reports have been re- , ceived. If the Papke-Kelly fight does | go through It will have to be early j in the month and it does not seem j likely that the champion will make two hard fights Inside of a month. ^^•^^^^^•^^^l^M^^B^B^^^^^^^^^^B^^^™"""^^^^^^^^^^™™"™-^™ ~^^ 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 or 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 I i lie has If vour A hold statement, but just as true as it is hold. Not all cases that others fail to cure are. cur ible b\ our methods, but fully Sf> per cent of them are. The'way to learn if your case is curable is to consult. OUR SPECIALIST FOR MEN. had years of experience in treating diseases of men. Ue knows what be can do for you. 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 Chronic, Blood Diseases Cured to Stay Cured Lost Manhood, Fits, Insomnia, Rupture, Premature Decay, Nerve Affections, Kidney Troubles, Mental Weak, ness, Indigestion, Heart Troubles, Liver and Bladder Disorders, and any affections of the Vital Or 8 ans hitherto thought incurable are successfully treated. ALL CONSULTATION BY PATIENTS STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONTRACTED DISORDERS Of all diseases pecii.lar to men contracted dlwirclSrWro the most abused by cut-anrt-try hlt-and^niss^ treatment administered hy good friends, dru KB lsU, doctors In genera!Jjrac.Iceland m^'^h^'O^ 0 f^. EDITOR FOR LABOR JOURNAL At the meeting of tho Labor Journal directors last evening Ralph K. fialloway was elected to fill the vain the editor's chair caused by the resignation of \V. \V. Harris. A vote ol' thanks was tendered to Mr. Harris for the services performed during the term of his editorship. The editor-elect. Is a well known newspaper man and an old-time resident of the county. His duties begin early next month. !n genera! practice and most of the would-he tuts. H is certainly interesting to hear the Jory'Tf" tho' average patient telling his e*P Bri ™™ w "* t ferent kinds of so-called treatments he has been "up against." A large majority of our piUlenta come to, IIB with the original disease and part or all the complications resulting from delay and mistreatment, \Ve generally have to cure them after some or all of the following symptoms have developed: Stricture or all of the chronic bladder trouble*, diseased prostate, sores, swellings, etc., besides a patient whose confldence and mind are so disused through failure and disappointment. Don't trine with these disorders; RO to a doctor who knows how to cure you; It is the cheapes^t^mir^Btjind^Bhortost way out. business. (^••••WiMifliMMllllWllI"**''' 1 '*^' 1 * 1 »**•• I We have been 25 jears in the N B.—We wish It distinctly understood that we do not claim to perform Impossibilities, or to have miraculous power.. We claim only to be skilled and successful Specialists, thoroughly Informed In ^Specialty, CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. All 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 Bell, Ph. D The well known orator and lecturer, will deliver lectures on the cure of many of the above diseases b-fore we leave this city. Grand Hotel Rooms 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19. Electro Medical and Sugical Institute. Office Now Open 10 to 1; 2 to 5; 7 to 9. And by appointments HARD FOOTBALL GAME I EXPECTED AT TULARE. TUL.ARK, Oct. 31.— Today on the local gridiron, Dlnuba comes here for the first league football game of the season, and as the visiting team IB reported to be strong this year, a ! bard 'struggle Is looked for. JOE GANS ANNOUNCES HE WILL FIGHT NO MORE. YORK, Oct. 30.— "Under no condition will I stop Into the ring to display my flsttc ability against an opponent, and I have given the ringside up for good to attend to my hotel business In Baltimore," were the first H. A. JASTRO Regular Democratic Nominee. FOR SUPERVISOR, Fifth District leilhet&laylor FOR Brussels Sprouts Peas String Beans Green Onions Lima Beans Celery Cauliflower Head Lettuce All kinds of fruits of season. Bellflower Apples, $1.50 per box 1423 19th St. Phone Main 401 Your order for Ice Cream, Fruit lees or Candy. SPECIAL FREE DELIVERY. From 8 a. in. to 0 p. m. T. C. COPPIN, Prop. PAYNE & SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbUUGNE Phone Answered Day or Night Best and Safest COUGH MEDICINE The Tulare boys have been training | words uttered by Joe dans as he stepped from his touring car to pass several hours of sightseeing In York. The colored pugilist, who has won and lost the lightweight championship hard for the opening league game, as j it is essential for them to win this game. Last year the two rivals played a tie game on the Dlnuba gridiron. This year the local team la going to try to settle the question of supremacy. Tulare has played Porterville and Fresno in practice games and neither of these teams was able to score against the- locals. So If Dlnuba wins tomorrow it will have to put up a magnificent game. is on a ra |le touring trip. Vore Than Enough Is Too Much. To maintain health a mature man or woman needs just enough food to jepalr the wasie and supply energy and body hoat. The habitual consumption of more food than Is necessary for these purposes IB the prime cause 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 Tablet! and you will soon be all right again. For aale by Baer Bros., Btkersfleld; STANDARD SUPERINTENDENT WILL BUILD A HOME S. C, l.simli. the Standard superin tendeni in the Midway, has purchased | an excellent piece of residence prop- j erty in the southern part of (own and •lift !i residence Immediate- CASTOR IA For Infants and Childiin. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES "When you want reliable help of any kind call up THE BAKERSFIELD EMPLOY- • MENT BUREAU. j We also employ Chinese and i Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 in the World —18— SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP For urcr SEVENTY Y««r« the Standard ItcmfMJy fur* [Coughs, Colds and Consumption^ Vat ml» GTorywhurt, 60c. and $1.00, Bond fur Ilook on IHseup* of the Luugf, Liver and Stomach. Dr. J. H. Sohenck & Son, Philadelphia, Fa. HIGHT SCHOOL DANCING PARTY A PRETTY AFFAIR The Hallowe'en dancing parly given In I he senior class of the high school i \.(~i niiiht was very pretty and much| ly enjoyed by many dancers. The hall i \v;ts very prettily decorated to carry 'out the idea of Hallowe'en ami this '•fleet was also carried to the refresh- incuts, which consisted of genuine pumpkin pies and coffee. Punch wan served during the evening. The music \\.is furnished by Mrs. Kllbourn and 1'iot'ess.or C. A. Newman and was ex- i iMlent. Itankrupt sale of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything pertaining to tho harness and saddle business now on at the corner of Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf "I have used i:riamneri;.m's Colic, Uholoni and umrrnoea Kemedy ulnce It was nrwt introduced to tho pubnc In 1872, and have n«n-or found one in stance where, a euro was not speedily effected by Its IIKP. 1 have been a commercial traveler for eighteen yearn and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful frifnd," says H. S Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used n remedy tor thlrty-flvo year he knows Its value and is compe tent to speak of it. For sale, by nafci Bros., riJikersnold; Kern Drug^ Co. Bakersfield Iron Works .41 Oil Well Tools and Supplies PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230-L, M AND 24 STREET COUNTRY BOYS WANTED FOR BUSINESS POSITIONS. Business men of Oakland nnd Kan i'rancisf'o, and other large cities, w.inl >oung men reared In the countr> to jirt'intre for commercial positions. ICx- ix'rience h:ts shown that the average !ioy from the farm has habits of Industry and Integrity that make for success The Polytechnic Business College of Oakland. Cal., has nntde a phenomenal record In training and placing young men and women In business positions ,'illd tin- College is so located as to provide homelike accommodations nt very low rates It is snid that every young man whoi ; has taken the complete eoiii.se, in business training at this Collego has received remunerative employment upon graduation. Prof. W. E. Gibson, UU« Twelfth street, Oaktaud, Cal. H. 0. HARNESS With J. W. Brockman Real Estate and Insurance Jloin 25, Onltes Illnrk Phono Main 232 Hakersfleld. Cal * •:• * * * * * NOW IS THE TIME HERE IS THE PLACE LITTLE IS THE PRICE To get the Only Roofing. MALTHOID ROOFING Will cover it multitude of holes in your roof. You ciiii roof your house in M day at it doesn't take a week's wfi<res to pay for it. Once on it lasts for years See II,. Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main 98. GUI iclumblin i! E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain. Potatoes, Beans, KITES, and all farm products. . J. A A .'. .:. * •!• Jf •'• •!• •!• <• •!• 4 '<• BAKKKSFIELD « f EMPLOYMENT, BUREAU ' I- Wnun you want reliable help of «f ¥ any kind at no cost to you call 4 ¥ UB up. We UBO supply Chinese 4 ¥ and Japanese help. 4 » Phone 313. 1219 10th 8t. •» NOW OPEN—THE GOLDEN WEST HOTEL Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAOEMANN, Prop. Under the old management, at the old location, but New, Modern and Up-to-Date In Every Respect 1S9 Rooms. Private Baths, Steam Heat. In the Heart ot the City. Opposite railroad and steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. Pioneer Hole! of San Francisco.
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