The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 12, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 12, 1908
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN Pianos Galore • \Vp arc selling quite a number of l'i;i:ms now since we luiv.- our now store in the new Pish Block; it enables us to carry such a Inr^i 1 stock, that in goin<; through thexlore you cannot help finding just what you arc looking for iu WH.V of Piano, price and terms. An illustration of this is the Upright Piano Value of Small Auto Race a Conservatories: Thrilling One m Rosewood Case, for $50 On Easy Payments This is one which was trailed in and is undoubtedly a good chance for sonic one who wants n Piano at an extra low pijice. Our fine Steinways. A. B. Chase, Estey, Emerson, Kurtx- imuiN, Sterlings and others are unquestionably the finest display of elegant Pianos ever shown in Bakersfiold. Come see us. The lady clerks will take your orders for sheet music if you wish. You must hear our wonderful Player Pianos. CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF 'MUSIC—' ITS INFLUENCE AND GROWTH, Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager The -'-nsatlonnl feature of the Bur• niim and Bailey circus this season Is I ai, automobile race in the air between , . ... ., , i two machines in each of which rides Growth is always Interesting. U is ,., VOI , IU , French womnn lt is „,„ an evidence of life a prophecy ui, , lll)!j( , tirli |, ni , th | ng o f Its kind thnt. uuiieveineut, and the sole Instrument | hlis llf ,,, n (1(ls!gned to 8al isfy the long- ot progress. | nt ; O r people for something out of makes America the wonder tll( , ordinary and who find the chills of 1,10 world is Us stupendous | that run up and down the spinal col- grov,ui. That we are proud of it, in ; mml .,, r , IK( , a p a | n Hn( ) n pleasure its totality and in detail, goes with- F,, r .„> .,... n ,, vv ,, an ,i daring then- is out saying. nothii;,' to equal 'hat so nonchalantly Kven In the musical world, where | (lisp',;, ved |,y , no \ Al Roque sisters, so many old-world sick folk bemoan j who nc'-'iiiy'the curs. For originality our barbarity and lack of atmosphere, ati-1 u:t--r ''disregard for the feelings the growth has been of a most as-1 of tlie timid, the tnan. c FVf>nchmnn, touuuiug nature. i "i com .-e, who planned the race, Is a .Much of this growth has been the' won-ler result of the transplanting of Individ- Th ( ualri tor a time into an artistic atmos- j circ-.i phere. and then turning them loose \ '••<•'•• upon (he unmusical public, tiiied with:l"'i- a missioiuiry zeal for the cause, and a patriotic desire to remove the reproach from their people. The process OLD RELIABLE Painters SNYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1138 ' 1527 Will 8t •ikertfleld, Oil, Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 Jfirtft j is bi'.st observable in | perhaps, in the case ! man or wor.iiin our own day, j thrllb- of the young' ; ROe !:u'e is the last event on the !>i'oL'r;im. The audience hiis ••:< ami women perform peri- '.- un the ground, on horses H in the air. It would si-em ;is il 1 iri I hu 1 ;i Kurl'eit of seu.-:i- •!.'-•. i.efnre the time for the hlg Bur so sensational is the n :it Its finish one great shottt 1 iU:it seems spontaneous und noes Iron! l;l i laiMI or villa>:e"to some center ot uiu-if nm "~ "'"" ""-where in |iarti<'iilar, but everywhere j n K (>u ( .nil. A !-iee| srriifiuri rai 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO •leal iiie, ami entering Into its spir- lilt, grows into it and becomes, in I j time, 11 finished musician who goos is erected for the Hit 1^)11 V.~ll ill l.O* V. lt**» " n •" OV--V-IJ I. , spread the B ood tidings" and ! machines, one a red t .-new communities into thu ! tt . hil " c '"'\ ' «e_ girls MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 69 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered, Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cat. I Dili "to i it: bring new I musical fold. The high state of perfection which music has attained in Kin-ope may chiefly be attributed to its schools. The various opportunities offered In the conservatories to elevate musical culture, the united efforts of competent teachers to advance the cause of musical education, and the association in classes, are calculated to inspire 4 ***••'*** * * * J •» BAKERSFIELD J EMPLOYMENT BUREAU + •»• When you want reliable help of ^ •*• any kind at no cost to you call •* 4' us up. We Uso supply Chinese * •v and Japanese help. 4 •"• Phone 313. 1219 19th St * $** •4 •> * CHESTER AVENUE ESTER AV NURSER WELL BORERS B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakersfield R. P. D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, * j Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, FUv- * al Designs. Orders promptly flll«sd * Corner Sixth St. and Chester A«-«. * 'Ph«ne, Main 7 <»5 * COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. Is the Paim; coi'-i, arie «it under ;>ur palms and drink a cooling, re freahlng soda water and eat an Ice ?ream or Ice. We solicit wnolesa!* 'rade. both In creams and candle? Our phone number Is Main 1S3 142. ^--• —— — — Good For Biliousness. CalifornTan want aas Best results. "I took two of Chareberlaln' Stomach and Over Tablets lat night, and I feel fifty per cent better than I have for weeks," says J. J. Firestone of Allecnn, Mich. "They are certainly a fine article for bll'lousnese." For sale by Bafr Bros., Bakersfleld; Kern r>rug Co.. Kern. Samples free. • Get our new irrigation folder Get our new irrigation foldei SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION NATIONAL Irrigation Congress ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO September 23 to October 3, 1908 $34.10 Round Trip Tickets on sale St-|ili.'inbor 2f{ to L'7. itu'l. .Limit Oct. :M. 100* Many side trips planned to iuspect irrigation I)IM,'H'I:!S of surrounding country. Make you Pullman reservations early. N. J. HUDSON, Agent, Phone Main 40. would happen? Don't think about it." says the French engineer In charge of the nice, but one is compelled to ami cannot help It. The white cur wins the race bv the fraction of H second. dr:i\vn the two md the other n are strapped in the iiiiichines, but have their arms free. Once at the top the curs are held by springs. All being ready mid the word ''tin" being given the machines are released. Down the 00 foot incline they plunge, the red cur gaining on the one that follows. A! the foot of tn<> incline is an hpward curve Reaching this the terrific speed r!ie eleven hundred pound red cir causes l! to shoot forty feet In the the pupil with a spirit of emulation, ;llr .,„,) tllrn ., somersault. Hore is and at the same time to impart con- where the sensational part of the tldencu and self reliance. ,-ace comes in While the red car is The Carriers School of Music ad- [ n the air. the white one, which has heres in all Us departments to the i gathered speed, sails straight under- methods of the foremost authorities. [ neath it to the landing platform. The well-known artistic success oi Should the curs meet in the air what this Institution, acknowledged in expression of highest praise by the many patrons and others, is very high proof of the superior advantages of- "ered in every department of the institution. Prof. Carriere, director and founder of the school six years ago, has the dlstncton of having organized the first music school In Bakersfteld, and the first to awaken Interest In the broad and thorough culture of the great refining art; the first to inculcate the necessity for instruction iu the science as well as the art of music; the first to give public recitals, llie program of which are of the highest artistic order including pianoforte nolos and ensemble work; introducing quartette, octette and sextette work, using two and three pianos, which was nesvr beiore attempted, requiring thorough study and constant drilling. Saturday alternoons an hour Is set aside for exercises in (!• .-ory un.j liar- llloliy; each pupil in e..,je"'.ed to all swer to roll call for this class lessou, which is gratis to the r-.-gularly enrolled pupils. If they fail, a certain percentage is deducted from the grade markings of their lessons. A member of the class Is selected each time to play u thoroughly prepared and memorized composition, and biographical sketches in composers and j their works ar e prepared and read i by tlie pupils. A continued interest is [ manifested for gaining knowledge, j helping much in the preparation of I the piano lessons. By attending to | -u-nera! and theoretical mv'ers at i these meetings the time of the regular ; lessons can In.' entneiy devoted to' t'.'chnlc and interpretation. j Do not overlook ihe unparalleled j growth of the Carriere School of Music. It is a credit to your • •Hy, is growing with your city. H advertising your city, in' supporting It you ar« supporting your best Interest. Tuition fee is within the reach of everyone and very low, considering the niiiiv ndvant'.iKe-, s"ti'"tit- hn\e in such an Insti'ution. it A Faithful Fi-'e"!. "I liuve use'! ' p:>::)(" DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakersfleld. t A checking account with the First National Bank haa BO many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you •open one and test it fo r yourself. ..w* ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Street*. 1 RECEPTION AT NEW HOSPITAL TUe Sisters ot Mercy in charge of the new St. Clalr Hospital will hold a public reception on Sunday afternoon between the hours of 1 and 5 and all friends and well wishers of this philanthropic institution, regardless of creed, are invited to attend. The work or" making the hospital ready for the opening on September loth Is well along to completion and tin- public may see for Itself on Sunday the excellence of the equipment and the perfected arrangements for the care and comfort of patients. Especially i* tne attention ot physicians directed to the operating room and othur equipments, all modern, and arranged to meet every requirement of the medical profession. BALLPLAYERS TO PRACTICE Dependable Good* at Welll'* Our New Fall Neckwear, Belts and Trimmings Are Recieving Lots of Attention and Admiration Little accessories such as neckwear, belts and trimmings play quite 1111 important part in the fashion world of todny. The season's styles in these nre beaiitit'u! and we're glad to tell yon how complete atid thoroughly up-to-date our assortment is. Call and inspect them—we're sure you'll admire and be most interested. Phone*—Dry Goodi, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street The Southern Bakersfleld's Leading Hote' Cuitlne, Service UrMxoelled DIXON <a SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Hmbuliners. Succeator. to Morton 4. Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1^14 19th iti BED CK08I AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main 9't 't -.-as thvt inrro'l': • ISTL', ;in'l lime r. ?f!Ul(V V, hor*i ;, p;;-,> "'•>.- tl' ' '<'^|^ effected by its e.•••••. ! h. ••••:• ^•'••'•\ "•oiT'.i!S'>ri'!'il travp',••>•• f'ir i-i-jlreea \ •• •" and never start out on i trip %'.•(:'...••: this, my faithful fr!«'i 1," M'-- H N'leho'.s of OaUlaml, In i. ">- '•"' " mnn has us»i! n rpn.^'t'- ' •" •' j —•• :v." yoar he knows- Its •.•;•!•••> ;,n • is o >'i'" tent to ?p.-!,ik or' jr. ;•"./• ,~,, • '•• Hi* Bros,. B.i'.iersnclil; K i»«0}»»omoaac»»xti^^ ?, ^^^1 ^^^1 Is Everything-When Traveling UBE Our Superbly Equipped Overland Limited 8 VIA I The Great Salt Lake Cut Off ! And Union Pacific •»' § YOUR COMPOET AND QUICK SERVICE ASSURED. •n;ain-i th" chinniiion i/ (.'luii <>: C!!!<";M", which ,, \vi-ci; from tomorrow. i \V<'.-!e> Hi'oivn. vvhii will rii]it:iin ' >:h" itL.v,rM%iit ion, lias i'luli>:i voi IM| ' .j MM. ii., in.iiis jiliiyiM't. jirrsoiiiilly ;is ' •• ' •-'.''> i,';i i),- iiinoiinri'K tbiii an. ...- lui.i ovi-i'loo'iM 1 ,! an 1 n'i|tii'sli'i| in', :;'• ir, ;ilii'nilaiic" mill iiosillons will ]><• :::•<!•> lor thi-iii in the I ry outs ininor-' i iy.v ,\ nninbi'i' ol otil tlliii 1 li'iii. 1 . i•:'.- :.H' i ciiiia- liacl; i'.i'o tlii' giinii'. 'Bruin" [ ii.ii". \\ K>i linn no! hail a |iair i>l s|iil>i'b ' ,il. iu n.:i.\ :.,i,iila:-. will in 1 itiH, ,is ; AO! "Mull" hkjlnifs, the lunncr tilwli ' (.,.M.:..-I, "inni .Mini" t;iii<'s|)ii-' | . , Ki'.u ..-. ,iii\iiius ID pitch iiKainsl . . :n- ia'ii!-:- iiDil In- svill lie oil hiiiKl ID-' •i:i';ro\\ wiih Ills throwini; arm thor- j • i: ,;:i.. oil,-.!, "rijiot" MacinurUo IM ex-', ,iicii..'t iu from .\llil\va) ID pi.iv ilijril i, Mriiiri \\liil" i*a\i- Kfiilin, Lolly Stoiii-i. I'olo An: i an.1 alul oilier well ..i.ov. I. ,.; i n-l - .'. ill ne luclilile:! ill tuc THE SANTA FE PROVED THAT IS HAS A SOUL. The Poultry a nd Egg Exchange THRONSEN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bakersfield and Kurn. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street r ?: £ THANKFUL THEY WERE GV.'ED FROM DEATH Jj : By the «t:(-n^tl. ativ ft well tiro!-' !i t!'l!" $ ' sjiu'.il.l be tli.,-. i: .V. f, 'iway ficcldi'r.'.-i V 3 • harm us Ion it a-. : V I from our sutirM Ii s' ! lloi>f*s. \\'e nave ! i styles In all liir.-N i .. -les BxpreKS.) i 'V Uailroad ' 'imp.'iny , >. iu an unpretentious' ., leiidrt'ed nobli! .sur- Helpful uid to a most • ivmg cause. The Sal ', .Mtlierea up OOll of its \ •ii.-iii old its well as in | .tli'iut charge, the Santa nieiits eiferteci by (5cn- : \\' Us, hauled them to | hucU to lie- cily from j i .-.pei-ial train , lionpital s- ',:'• nearly I rescue : ..•• ol hers. "i can or ot tlie Iji-aell lor H''t fli IIK.'I'cy to Over I he Tehachapi By Daylight! l)aily train leaves KIVMI*' -:">'' \\. m. Arrives LOH Angeles 8 :'!"> [i. tn. Leaves I .MS Aflffi'lcs 7 :'•'>'< a. hi. .\ITi\i.-. l''l'e,?j- 110 7 :17 p. 111. A DELIGTFUL TRIP USE THIS TRAIN Southern Pacific Co. Southern Pacfic Co. penerally. PIONF.ER HARNESS SHOP tli.- .)--i,.••ra'l'it, :,elu'ee!i lije army : .in.l rh • railroad. V.'iUioiit. the aid of i tin- S.iii',! F,;- that, day would have ; be'-n impossible of realization. The,. corporation disproved the proverb ln|| revealing its possesion of a soul—one goo,| to coHU'mpliUe.

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