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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15,-1908. Street Parade i is a Feature "Trains for BusineM.' Otir office in the Galtes Buildi-ig is now open, and we shall be glad rtnflive any Information about our courses that may be required. Sea cits in regard to a business train. ng. We think we can Interest you. opens September 1st. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, ETC. for catalogue H. R. LUFKIN, Principal Del Monte ^EQUALED fractions at (The Ideal Vacation Place) Ctolf, Tennis, Polo. Motoring, Riding, Bathing Seventeen.&ile Drive, Beautiful Scenery. Superb Climate, Perfect Accommodations. Summer Rates $3 to $5.50 Per Day (AMERICAN PLAN) REDUCED RAILROAD RATES -Did Maate.Express Leaves City Daily at 3 p. m. Unte for Reservations to H.R.. WARNER, Mg'r. «. L. MACK. Cashier jCAV-.'"A'lb1e, President J. J. MACK, Vice President. O. J. PLANZ, Asst. Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD •"Sapital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars f 'Aripeot«rB— S. W. Wible, S. L. Mack. J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. <JeD«ral Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of Crel.t. The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their < x- "pwrtence or observation to all ppersons desiring Information on mat- •*nrfi of biminesa. Ct. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE ii.wker's Code used Bakersfleld, Cal. ATTRACTING^ GENERAL [,"flr 4J*-: pot-fuel work that is done at •ww JDvfiun and Cleaning estab- Our donning of men's K a lonv>- needed want, [«***! .-*v« fci-c tilling it to perfect ion. , w+' clvan and press a suit of tliat, only costs n small •SSCMB 3't-ii have a new outfit for the jnmdRiior. It is had for the clothier, .•vj l'«r the wearer, Cleaners and Dyers A. C.- Jacobaen, Proprietor. 129-13;* HOthSt. Phone Main 168 15IS) 19th St., Phone Main 175 ATTENTION The small boy who is Impatiently awaiting the coming of the circus, i* certainly tickled over one .thing and that, is that the Barnuin and Bailey Greatest Show on Earth will give a paradi' hen.- on Saturday morning. And such a parade as It Is going to be! You ought to hear the cirrus man who is In town talk about It. j Then- is no secret of the fact 'hat }tlu,' circus managers a few years ago I tried to relegate the street' parade to ; the dim and misty past, It was a | source of grt'at expense and trouble, I and the question was ever open 1 to discussion, "UiU It pay for itsel,. ! The idea of dispensing with the parade came to the Barnum and Bailey i people about five years ago while the ' big show was touring Europe. In s'-v- /ernl cities II was found nipossible to ; give the parade. It was v iiotlced that ;ihe omission had absolutely no effect I on business. As an experiment the i parade was cut out and with such ex- M-ellent results that all of the parade i FRATERNAL ! tcaiures were shipped back to the win- : ||IT quarters in Connecticut. As the j scheme of dispensing will the parade j worked so well abroad It was decided 5 j to try the experiment here. If it would j i work it meant an enormous saving. Hundreds of horses could be dispensed with and the richly carved and massive floats and chariots would be unnecessary. But the experiment caused a howl of disapproval. Merhants kicked and so did hotel and restaurant keepers. Then- was much advene c at , •• ial comment in the small cities, but still the cirus men persevered, hoping to wear it down. At the annual meeting ot the circus managers last fall the first thin? t.ik en up was the question of the parade, and without any ado It was decided to re-store it on a bigger and costlier scale than ever. In the short discussion of the matter one of the managers said that the street parade was part and parcel of the circus Itself and that even In the early ilays of the circus In Rome the gladiators used to show themselves to the pupal ice before entering the arena. From Its ascription th.> parade this seasrtn will be a real eye-opener. All of the floats and chariots are new and in all of teh big cities in which it has been seen it has re-wed much praise. Small Ads Inserted in the Californian Will Convince You that Publicity Pays Professional Directory and Fraternal Announcements The Californian classified advertising columns are the best medium for making known your wants. Five lines, one week - 60o Five lines, three days 26o FBATERNAL B. P. O. E. No. 266—Bakerafleld Lodge No. 266, 11. P. O. E. meets every Tuesday i-UUt at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Chester avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. Initiation every other Tuesday. Chas. A. Lee, E. K.; C S. Meroney, Secretary. ORDER EAGLES, Aerie No. 93, meets every Wedne«- day evening at 8 o'clock at Eagle Block 19th street. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited- to attend. S, Sweltzer, W. P.; Jo P. Carroll, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Kern«Lodge No. 76, meets, every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. Hall. WANTED WANTED—Furnished house of not less than seven rooms. Address "J", cure of this office. tf. 21U7 tf J. H. KI5KFE. well boring, at Chester avenue. A cordial Knights. Invitation to visiting SOUGH DRY Did You Know We will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets, towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all pieces that require |st arching and return to you for only ti cents per pound? If you are in a hurry telephone for UH to call Friday morning [and have them returned Saturday L'vening. us n trial. Satisfaetionguarauteed. a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY HEAVY MIRROR FELL ON DR. L. S. ROGERS. While Dr. I., ri Knurrs, well known here and now a resident of San Pedro, was dressing the other evening at his home a heavy mirror flve feet long, with ;in oak frame, fell upon him. The mirror was shattered, but strangely enough the veteran physician emerge,! from the debris unhurt. BAKERSFIELDANS INTERESTED IN A NEW RESORT. Point Kiniiin is the latest beach resort In tli" south, and it was there that the snuiliern colony of Bakers- Held residents held their annual picnic this siunni'-r. C.eorge H. Peck is the proprietor and.H. Linkletter, also 'ormerly of this cty, has the building work in hand. The climate Is Ideal, ind the place bids fair to become very Kipular as It is better known. It is expected that the Point will be the lo- •ation for a big tent city next year. DEMOCRATIC PARTY'S INCOME $3000 A DAY. CHICAGO, Sept. It.— Governor Has. <ell of Oklahoma, treasurer of the Democratic national committee, stated today that miscellaneous contributions to the campaign fund ranging from $1 to $100 \vt?re being received at th« rate of $3000 a day. These, he said, were exclusive of the funds gathered by the finance committee*. DEGREE OF HONOR VALENTINE LODGE. No. 78, D of H. —Meets first and third Fridays In each month at A. O. U. W. hall at 8 p. m. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs. Dora L. Cabe, C. of H. Mrs. Ola R. Taylor, Recorder. JUSTICE LODGE, No. 31, A. O. U. W —Meets every Thursday evening al 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. Mali, No. 16S!« Nineteenth street. Visiting mem hers cordially invited. O R. West, M. W.; C. W. CurtzwJler, Bet-order. WANTED TO BUY—Three or four young pigs about two months old. Address .lames Preston, Bald lease. Eagle 44 WANTEIV-Woman for housework. Three In family; no washing. Inquire at, 1507 Chester avenue. 3t FOR SALE—iVlIBCELLANEOUi FOR SALE—Set of three billiard balls or will exchange for pool balls. Inquire at 1403 19th street. 37 CITY FRUIT MARKET—Telephone Main 122S; all kinds of fruit. Send In your orders for fruit to put up. tf Inquire tf FOR SALE—Two pool tables. at this office. WANTED—Modern house; four or five rooms; furnished; close In. Inquire at. Mascot apartment house, room 8. tl O'DELL & BIGOT, employment agency—Help furnished of Office, Lutz' drug store. Main 169. WANTKD—Girl work. I7i>'i C 11:2::. all kinds. Telephone 348 for general house street; phone Main tf TELEPHONE Fanners 7x2 is ami you can order your Georgia Cling peaches at once. Geo. W. Wea'r, Shady Grove Kanch. 39 IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN— Talches Tribe, No. 151, permanent address Box 731. Meets every Wednesday at S p. m. in the Workman Hall, Nineteenth street. Visiting members cordially invited. J. M. Haberfelde, Sachem; John Lewis, C. of R FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD — Kern Lodge No. 58, Fraternal Brotherhood, meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at S p. m., In K. of P. hall, In Kern City. H. H. Brown, President; R. G. Libby, Treasurer. KERN VALLEY CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH MASONS—Meets every Wed. nesday night at 8 p. m. Visiting companions cordially Invited. E. M. FRIANT, H. P. ORDER OF OWLS—Bakersfleld nest No. 172, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m., at Maud's hall. Visiting members cordially invited. W. S. Renfro, president; Joe Mackey, secretary. PHYSICIANS WANTKO—(food, gentje driving horse weighing 1100 or 1200 pounds. Must be saie and reliable for woman to drive. Address, S, Bin 4. tf FOR SALE—Winter Nellls pears at 2 cents per pound; order today. Call up Main 1U58. Delivered in Bak- ersfleld and Kern. 42 FOR RELIABLEHELP—Ring up Main 218. Buckeye Employment Agency, C. Q. Scribner & Co., prc*- prietors. The best of male and female help on the shortest possible notice. 1234 19th street, Walters Hotel, Bakersfleld. Cal. tf THE WINDSOR EMPLOYMENT Office. Help of oil kinds furnished. Women especially. 1919 K street. Phone Main 637. H. H. Wilson. 40 BOILERS FOR SALE—One 25 h. p. boiler In A No. 1 shape, $175; one 25 h. |). boiler, first class shape, $100. O. S. Hickey. 1520 21st st. FOR SALE—REAL £8TAT£ WANTED—MALE HELP. NINETEEN JOBS GOING AT PRESENT—Electricity, plumbing, brick- loving. t-Misht. in few months; tuition back alter two months; advanced students paid wages. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Company, 120-126 East 9th, Los Angeles. tf FOR SALE—Livery, feed and sale stable, consisting of two lots, large barn, horses, rigs and harness, For particulars call on or address. Belt & Medley, Lemon Cove, Cal. 40 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Ten ton Zlnfandel wine grapes, by S. W. Millard, Kern Island road, two miles south of town. R, F. D. No. 2. 40 FOR SALE CHEAP—Eighty acres with well five miles southeast of Kern. For particulars call at 2417 M street, Bakersfleld. 39 FOR SALE—A high grade Emerson piano, cheap. Enquire 1826 Truxtun avenue or phone Main 875.-Mrs. . G. H. Taylor. tf FOR RENT FOR SALE—Cash Income; alfalfa, dairy and fruit ranch, near Laton, Fresno County, Cal. 140 acres; 50 acres alfalfa, 2% peaches, 56 cows, G horses, farm implements, dairy outfit new and complete, $10,500, terms, or $4000 will buy cows, horses and farm Implements, lease land. Box 101, Oakland, Cal. tf FOR SALE—A 6-room house, 66 foot lot, Lowell addition, renting for enough to net you more than 10 per cent on your money. $400 cash; balance easy. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Mala 433. 39 FOR RENT—Furnished room, at 170S Truxtun avenue. Apply tf BAKERSFIELD SANATORIUM 2205 K Street Phone Main 414 ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Rio Bravo OH Company. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Kern County, California. Notice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the IHh day of September, 1008, an assesment of two (2) cents per share was levied upon all the subscribed capital stock of the corporation, payable Immediately In United States gold coin to the secretary, at the office of the company. N'o. 2270-A '* % I* QUICK TIME TO Kansas Uly St. Louis and Chicago Market street near Kith Francisco, California. Any stock upon \vhi> - '.i nieiit shall remain unpai the 2<!th day ol' <»v ,',j- dtdinquent and :uiv ••.-. public auction; a:-.-!. i:r, is made lulnie, v,:' :„• day, the -'"til day (O pay the clelil '. together with Mi.. and I'xpenses of i 1'v ordei- ,i: 1 :hi- DR. J. L. CARSON Resumes practice In Bakersfleld. Offices 301-2-3, Producers' Saving Bank building. Hours daily. Telephone Main 66. Residence, Main 48; Southern Hotel. DR. R. B. REE8 Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 9 and 10, Fish block, over Hughes drug store. Phone Main 364. DR. FRED J. CREASE Physician ami Surgeon. Hopkins building, northeast corner Chester ave., and 19th St.; rooms 12 and 14, Bakersfleld. Office phone Main 247. Res. phone Main 143. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4; 7 to 8 p.m. Secretarv ; M!l\ce W. street, San 'hi.- 1 , assess I "n Monday !:H.S', will be .-•- • inr sale a I'.f.'es* jjaymen '"• -uM on Fri- N iveinlier, 1908, •'.n asHcssment, • - ;>' u.lvertisins -ii i i>f Directors. C. GRAVES, T. W. HELM, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 212 and 213, Producers Bank building, Bakersfleld, Cal. Office phone Main 220; residence, Main 686. FOR RENT—5 room brick cottage, plenty of shade, gas, electric lights and all modern improvements; two blocks southeast of car barns; rent $15 per month. Tel Main 200. tf PASTURAGE—Two mlie» from town, for horses or cattle; good feed, shade and running water the year around. Telephone Main 135. tf FOR RENT—Suite of three newly furnished rooms, complete for housekeeping. Apply to chef, Metropole Hotel, Kern. 39 HAVE- YOU A- BARGAIN—In city or country property; a business of any kind you wish to dispose of? Come and list It with me; if your price Is right I can find you a buyer. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 39 TO BE SOLD OR LEASED—All of section 36, T. 28 S., R. 27 E., This land has two oil wells good for at least one hundred barrels dally apiece. This land must be sold or leased within a week. Anybody desiring all or any portion as low as ten acres call on C. Cowley, room 43, New Southern Hotel, Bakers- fleld. 39 MASON CONTRACTOR—Boller work a specialty. All work guaranteed. E. D. King. Address 809 Baker st., Kern. Telephone Main 1294. 52 DRESSMAKING—Plain sewing and altering done at 2209 F street, Ba- kersfleld. tf CHATEAU FRENCH 'LAUNDRY— Ring them up and have your suits cleaned or sponged' without fading. Also silks, laces, lace curtains, etc. Everything done by a French expert. 1512 18th st Phone Main 1605. tf DO YOU WANT a little place where you can raise as fine oranges as grow and other early fruits that can't be beat; In fact one of the most desirable little homes around? Then let me show you this place— small orchard, balance In alfalfa; comfortable house, good well, good water right, near school, three miles from Bakersfleld. A bargain at the price, $1200, cash, balance easy. R. A. Moore, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 39 DR. W. P. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7:30 p. m. Office and residence, Mnln 210. Rooms 207, 20S and 215, Producers Bank building. DR. A. F. SOHAFER Physician and Surgeon. Stock Kxchange building. Office hours from 1 to 3 o'clock; Sundays by appointments only. 4BW AND SECOND HAND Furniture at A. Lincoln's store. Fourteenth street and Chester avenue A gen eral line of household furnishings always at htnd. And at prlcei smaller than elsewhere In. Bakers- fleld. Phone Main 665 HAVE YOUR HOUSE CLEANED— Carpets cleaned, remodeled and laid Mattresses made over and returned the same day. Your old furniture re-glued and made like new. Upholstering In all of its branches. All work guaranteed by A. C. Crowell, 306 K st; telephone Main 39S. tf FOR SALE—ADout 11)0 tona of first, cutting alfalfa; suitable for cattle feed. For particulars enquire at the Dave Hlrshfeld. ' U -el. Sani 9-12 i ON THU GOLDEN STATE LIMITED LUMBER ROY J. BROWNE IN LOCAL LUMBER BUSINESS DR. F, W. MITCHELL Physician and Surgeon, Office, rooms 305 and 30fi, Producers Bank 'building. Office hours from 11 to 12 a. m., ami 3 to 5 p. in. Tele- phono Main 662. Res. Main 612. Pullman and Tourist Cars. ••nriM. Splendid Dining Car Southern Pacific Company Roy .1. Browne to his friends ilu B-ikcrsl'u'ld mill i b.-r business. In • i. H. Mullen in Co, It is the iu to carry- one m' stocks In the- val! kinds of bulldiim. terial, etc., at pri ti'int of .uuounce irned'to . j.,, luin- >,) with Lumber ompuuv ..ssorted : for all vnek ma- than can bo obtained from any other place. 11 courteous treatment, prompt delivery. good material and low prices are any Inducement, you should favor them with a good portion of your tmd*. Physician and Surgeon Office ami Private Hospital, rooms 1, 2, ::, •!. "i mid ii, Hopkins Hulldhifj;. Special attention to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, ptlleo hours, ]i| n. in. to 1- in.; - in 1 p. in. Phone .Main L I!'. A OUR MATTP.ESSES are not too old. to be made over. You spend a third of your life in bed, so have thara ma'iy over by E. C. Crowell, 1150 Q street. Ker;i. Upho'.stering and repairing In all bran-lips, carpet cletinlng, etc. Telephone Main 308. tf , SEWING MACHINES—I have the agency for the New Home sewing machine and havo them for sale [ from $25 up to $l!0. Inquire at of- lice and reHldtnoo, 1028 Q street, I Kern. P. O. 'iddress, Bakersfleld, linx 23. H. M. Nightingale. 350 H. 0. HARNESS With J. W. Brockman , Real Estate and Insurance Rom 25, Galtes Block Phone Main 232 Bakersfleld, Cal THE~5s~ANGELES TIMES~offlice is permanently located at 1S26 r street, where orders win be taken for subscriptions and advertisements. Phone Main 1520. L. P. Cavtns, agent • 40 It Is Inten ik-1 ror t'.iose who appreciate quality, for those sentlemen who enjoy a thoroughly maMroil, rich old Kentucky U whlsbev. Si II QUO uld li tor—i. W. HARPER v Brii? & W«lch«U LESSER HIRSHFELD Real Estate and Fir-- Insurance. RO'irr fi, Conklln bulldinK.UfJ'i Chester Ar«- Rootv ins. T ATTORNEYS E. L. FOSTER Attorney-at-Law '.!!>, Bank of Hakersfleld build••phone Main 240. GEO. FLOURNOY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Office, Stoner building, corner Chester avenue and 17th street. Telephone Main 67. DON'T GET HOI imnausp that last article- you bought cost you twice as much as wo charge. You must boar In mind that a regular dealer has to pay fancy prices for goods, whllo we get ours for less than half of what rogtilur dealers pay. Because, we are money lenders. When you want actual bargains In watches, diamonds, jewelry, musical Instruments, guns, pistols, suit cases, trunks, etc., try us. Uncle Ike's Jewelry and Loan Co., Stanton & Zemansky, Props., 1409 Nineteenth St., Bakersfleld. tf W. W, KELLY, Real Estate antr Insurance- Room 4, up stairs, c,.iner Nineteenth Street and Chester Avenue Phone M.ain 149. i ; Give ! I trial. them your next order, on j IT TH08. SCOTT Attorney and Counselor at Law Offlo* ovtr UM Bank of Bmkwifltld. PATENT! PATENTS—HM*ro ft StrWBft. IX* Angele*. Patent book Patents Procured In all Countries. Infringement Litigation. TOWNSEND, LYON, HACKLEY 504-7 Merchants' Trust Bldg Los Angeles, Cal, R, A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopklni Bldg Phono M*ln 433 Bakoroflold

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