The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 9, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 9, 1908
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' , I- ,t L L t-* -r *; ;r i •• • •• . ;<-.* i -. -' , ?*'r. i ?"*^*%-: i >?^^ »' V •(.- y years of knowing y is turned out. tein ocn cio g That's why Stien-Bloch clothing stands • highest in the world of tailoring, The very prettiest styles~-the best materials—the newest patterns — the most approved shades. When will you look County Fair see to it that they are on time by committee. If you have entries to make, attend to it at once and where stock and articles are entered, and at place for examination A. W. MACRAE. Old Monterey Observes Day BERR Y BUYS SPEED YAUTO MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performan 7:30 to *D:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7;'5 to 9Mb Admission Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS: FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. Oil experts are beginning to turn their eyes on Yucca, thirty-seven miles east of Needles, Cal.. where evidences of oil are said to have been had in large number. It is a district with an oil well already, as oil has hern lonnd in the water pumped from the Santa Ke well for several years, which lias increased so mm-h the last few months that attention was attracted to the formation, which experts pronounce perfect for oil sandstone and schist. Oil blossom is common everywhere. The Santa Ke lias been trying to stop the (low of oil, claiming; It fo he ^*> from a:* oil p'servoi! 1 , but failed in i!nir efforts, after dig- MONTEREY, Sept. 0.—The principal celebration in the state on Admission Day is being held here under the auspices of the grand parlors of the Native Sons and Daughters. Thousands were in line in a monster parade. There were five utvisions in decorated streets to th hrdlu hrdluuu the parade, which passed through dec-- orated streets to ihe Presidio, where exercises were held. Business is s used gene rail v throughout the L- ™ state. THE THLATRE Clarence Berry, the mining man and oil operator, while in Los Anvtdes recently, ordered a fifty horse power Tourist roadster. The car has boon TIKI'if TO order ami is of The racing :>;•*••. Mr. rBrry will go somh ai'tor a visit in the McKittrlck field and drive itf red greyhound overland. It -(.' the largest Tourist car ever in Bak Frank Keller and wifp have from Los Angeles and with CJ;uvnc*> and family U't'i for nit- MeKit- till field in Keliar's cMitomooilf. \V. \V, Verner, an oil man intiMvst- in the we, MI side is here in a \Vhite tonnnu car. will EAGLE Grant * •t« %* *;• •;* * •• * V 1* ••* *> v v f PAINT YOUR HOUSE House painting IB my Bpeciat- ty. I use nothing but the beet materials guarantee my work and charge reasonable prices I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor 211V a bv Pnme Main 172. * •:• * •:• **_* "A Magnetic Rerioval" "The Fat Bzby" "Don Juan" "Vikings, Daughter" "A Jewell of a Servant" Kntiro i v "i.!'.,:M surprse Sumhiv, : our n«'ifr •Nocturnal Thieves" • Lovers' HI Luck" SCNGS—"When tr.e Nirjhtengnl * if Simjimj." "Starlight" Monday ami Thursday nights. A ••very \\vek. MatintT Siitunhiy ;iinl 4-Cylinder Runabout Now Here The sensation of the automobile *rade, In power, speetl, material*, finish, durability and style, this Kplemli<t. fur is everything 1 -h"* could be desired, This is the first lii'/h-vr;ide runabout Ihiit has ever boon offered at a popular ]>rit*e. It represents the result of two yours' ex- ^rimenlinu by the best eiiirineers of the Bniek Company. Study these brief specifications: 'j; twenty lert around the * in all hard cement uroimd. 'i'licy (invert <t Un 1 juiUJpiJia 1 barrel but oil still comes into the crater. R. F, (Irooui of the Kramer Consolidated Company, who is drilling near Kramer, Cal., prontmnces the lorrnation and cojiditions ;t!l any oil man would require; sandstone [nun the surface would ruiiko ideal drilinp Kround. \\uilc very little ^ i>u>i^n Ktitsilr, the country is bfing rajiidly staked .north and somh, luu plenty is left. L • * The valley is twenty miles l<m^ and eight miles wide. The oil zone is thought to lie, against the mountains of sedimentary formation on the west. i'f are also indication near Ian, Arl/., twenty-five mile^ nordi, and it may connect with this I ! i * . • : • i 1 i : • ,-- I . i, 1 ; I j ., i M f, f:r',v not ?.•• )cc;» Tlu- \vi-Il I'rorn which nil is being • " 1; !' •-. dei p and is rased :• <•' i i!.;. ! about ! M. Barber is up from I Hen Stnnnl leu this : Mflru-ona. Los Angeles. for , Ml'. AVm. .! Hwan I ane-'U on I Niederaur's Kurnitui'*' Store. MI ' street. Come in and hear him. to at r • BODY—Runabout with detachable !j rumble seat. SEATS—three persons WHEEL BASE—88 inches GAUGE*—56 inches. TIRES— MJchelin, 30x3 inches. BRAKES—Three; hub. internal expanding and external contracting oil transmission shafts. SPRINGS—Full elliptic rear, semi- elliptic front. FRAME—Pressed Steel. HORSE-POWER—Twenty. CYLINDERS— Four, .3^x3^4 - in. Valves in head. MOTOR SUSPENSION—Sub-frame COOLING—Water. IGNITION—Jump spark single and high tension, distributor. coil i CURRENT SUPPLY—Storage battery. CARBURETOR—Simple, but effective. LUBRICATION—Force feed, gear driven. MOTOR CONTROL—On top steering wheel. CLUTCH—Cone. CHANGE GEAR—Planetary; speeds, two forward; one reverse CONTROL—Foot pedale for slow speed ahead and reverse; side lever for engagement of clutch for high speed. DRIVE—Shaft. Five unices of excel; ** better; lence: *** fine; **** finer; * finest: all Schilling's Best. Ynur urocer rrturn*. unir tnunty i( yen don't like it; wt pay him Equipment consists of Side Lamps, Tnil L Color — French Urny. ' Price $105 (ij.s II'»ni. Ucpni t Jllh! Outfit a:i<l . Oil l Iv.t. Winter—Elevation 3200—Summer All the Year Round Resort alifornia Hot Considerable favurabk* has been arou>< d over the h«re of May Nannary and "At the Old Cross Roads" Company, which to the UaUershVId Opera House on Saturday evening. This- play is one of the greatest of numerous,dramatic successes, having toured all the largest c'iiies iron) coast to coast, and being received by large in every section visited. Thf j play is in five acts and tells a heart story of great interest, relieved with bright sparkling comedy at just the proper time. The company is composed of artiste of excellent dramatic reputation, several of whom are very well known here: and several others of equal prominence in the theatrical world. Seats will go on sale Thursday morning. On Sunday Night. The Klirjit and Gax/olo Amusement Company will present their latest success, "The Montana Limited," at the Uakei'Hfleld Opera House on Sunday evening. This piece is a superb story of th<? west, with an absorbing plot, thrilling rlimrtxes and fine comedy. The play abounds with thrilling incidents and 'tthile the story is highly dramatic it lacks that sensationalism •"M"h is associated with commonplace melodrama. There are cowboys, Indians, Mexicans, bandits and other breezy characters in abundant profusion. The atmosphere is that of the mountains and plains, fresh and exhilarating, and the tone of the entire play is lofty. ;E F;GH*T. GOLDFIELD, Sept. ft.—The contest Al Neill and Young Peter fiehc* luled t o :• ;.i t went y rounds, was stopped in the seventh round Labor Day by the sheriff on the fxroun-l that the men were faking. Under Sheriff Rart Knight w«s clu er- pd by the crowd \vh>n he announced from the ring that t'u- contest was off-color and must -i -i 1 Coolest Place in Town SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12th SEATSON SALE THURSDAY The Talented Emotional Actress May Nannary In an Ideal Story of Life At The Old Cross Roads" Complete Scenic Production r I tvWv »»!*••••«•••« It *«**f44**r*«4«f« frVVf DUQf SUNDAY EVENING t SEPTEMBER 13th KLIMT & GAZZOLO'S MELODRAMATIC HIT A Strong Human Story Full of Fascinating Pictures of Western Life The Montana Limited Four Big Acts SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY CANNON PRESIDED THE PEDLIGHT SALOON" RANCH HOUSE" MONTANA LIMITED 11 RUSTLERS' CAMP" Prices 25c, 50c and 75c AT THE CONVENTION. Spring s P.O. Los Ang TULARE COUNTY. CALIFORNIA. Frst n?co!Yiirg the Most Health and Pleasure in th? St->tc. u 1 * A ti s i • • r T t 1 l i!\ - i -'- , 1 : I MI.- i . i i . Speaker Cannon piv.^d i d at iho He- i publican £tate i.-onveuuoi] in this city ! today. A platform WHS adupit-d, pres-! i;lenfi;tl eh-rii.I-* i-bosen and trustees | for the I'niv* i-ity of Illinois nominated. In spft-i hrri during the scsHion, Cannon aTi' 1 . I'oriner St-en-'-ary ut' the Treasury Shaw advis'-d bai nu.-ny in the party I L'B _' . in ' . _v i ri" h SKATTI.i:. S-pt. !t.—The rrsnits of akersf leld Auto W.iters L c h t . Honest values are ever wedded with truthful words. We can save you money if you buy our assortment, pots, pans, kettles, woodenware at 25c. Let us assits you. i fur * * i j . ^ , . t - ' h I . \ ' ..ii'1 Phone Main 1260 • 1-Yr further :tion !•*•-• S. :ul;lJ 1 c:-- E. J. Erb. W E, Drury CALIFORNIA HOT SPRINGS Hot Springs, Tulare County Enjoyment Rest Health in'-,' in slowly, tin 1 prin'inMl M" l »r over I'niied States Senator, Wrsty L. Jonr- '-onii'Minft the ri«ht of I^ovy An!.;iev m a iviMtnination. Tho re- sii!r i- 1 dnubti'nl. viih Hie indieaMon.j ih;it Jones \\ill win. The contest. I'm- governor is also close between Mead . i be incumbent, Henry Mr-Bride and u Winters, Bridges, Simpson Compay.

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