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

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 12, 1908
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THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY. STEINWAY! (Superior to nil Other Pianos) A. B. Chase. Estey. Emerson Kurtzmann Sterling and others. Also a fine variety of Player Pianos. Lowest prices and easy terms. Orders taken for sheet music. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager ITS BRYAN UNO SHEPHERD SOUTH OFIHE TEHAGHA P Cheering words come from the coun'ry south of the Tehachapi on the political outlook. A gentl ;man who has spent several weeks In Orange and Riverside Counties, and who Is now in this city, says: "A very heavy percentage of Republicans in the southern counties this year are going to vote for Bryan, and in nearly every r»si> they ar«? for Shepherd for Congress. They realize that It 1st useless to elect Bryan unless they also choose a Democratic House and they are as strong for Shepherd as they are for Bryan. Indeed. I may say that In some localities, I found Taft men who will vote for Shepherd on the ground that a Republican Congress would not even carry out the reforms to which Taft pledges himself." The gentleman In question la from Iowa and has always been a Republican himself until this year. Now he Is an enthusiastic supporter of Bryan. New Floor Coverings! COP NEW BILL AT THE Dependable Goods at Weld's The new fall waists are hen- HI id wo're sure our assortment will please you. The styles are the latest and one prices are rijrlit. Sec our display now! LIFE Al CAMP ATASCADERO (By John Moore.) ATASCADF.KO. Oct. 0.—The camp Our new carpets and ruga have just arrive.! Before arranging our new goods for display w<- closed out our old stock and you now have an entirely new line from which to choose. Tin- patterns are of the very latest and up to date designs. A small payment down and a little each month. "When We Were Twenty-one" wlll\ open at the Union Theater tonight. It | Is a strong bill, giving all the mem-i ^ „,.,,„ hers in the company a chance for j )iag g(M , u flvt seme good work. Miss Cunningham : ln and Tedd Brackett have been highly praised for their clever work as both _ u ^ ., i( _ _ u __ ___ _ display their ability to advantage in 1)atta ii 0n i,\ the' morning, and two the title roles. The people of Bakersfield who have . t |, e rijsl 0[ t)l attended the opening bill have spok-, W hich most of DYER & JONES lays of war maneuver and the .""no husky soldier boys are enjoying themselves. They have had it very easy, two hours' drill of Phones—Dry Goods, Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street TEDD BRACKETT Who Plays a Leading Role? in "When We Were Twenty-one." en very highly oi' the entire company. | Mr. Brackett, the manager, is 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 asslts you. Winters, Bridges, Simpson Compay. every effort to please the audiences , and some of the best pieces will 'ne ; produced. : Xew scenery, moving pic tures. i:- ; lustrated songs and specialties will be seen weekly. O:ie ol the nov-'.dties r>f the even- in'-: \vi!i be- the wearing of a directoire. gown by Miss .May Huberts, who :.- , cast, to play the "Firefly." j i .Miss Cunnighain was well pleased' j with the reception accorded her itil- ; I tlal bill. The attendance was large i i !nst flight considering that It was I i Sunday and the closing night of the, hours of outpost in the afternoon, and time is their own, the boys use for athletic work or sonic sort of pleasure. The touts are pitched on the foothills; some are in the shade of large oaks, which form a very "fine scene, from different points of the country. The drill ground is in a little valley of about, a mile and a half long and half a mill- wide. When the drilling is going on this ground is pretty well covered. Governor Oillett was present on October Sth for the large parade, which 'ook place in the afternoon. Every hble-bodled man and every horse wore on hand, with front in review past, the Governor, and it took forty minutes to pass. After the review the artillery and cavalrymen made a charm- past the Governor, which was a very exciting affair. There were large crowds of people gathered on the foothills, and the elevation gave them a grand stand view of the whole assemblage. The Irtth of Oetolii-i will be tin- great rea', war-like affair, carried on in a sham battle, with all the war implements in Camp Ataseadero, consisting of lu-nvy and light artillery, j cavalryman, "jackass" battery, regu- | lars ami militiamen. Company I. has one of the best using. quarter.- of the camp of militiamen REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds. Moon, $10; lot a, block 44, Lowell addition, Bakersfleld. Maier & Zobelein Brewery to Malerjto Atiguste Terrier. $12ti;>; lots Brewing Company, $10; east half of | -'•'. block 73, J)olano^_ receipt northwest quarter of southeast quarter seclon 10, 31-29. Kern County Land Company to James McKamy, $5 etc.; lots 15 and in, north 17 fee lot 17, block 198, Bakersfleld. Andrew Marty to Nevada & Call-, tornia Railway Company, $10; Btrlp i Charles Benton and J. P. Melcher, land, 100 feet wide, right of way overi^ etc.; a! section 10, 26-25, reserving west half section 22, 29-39. water rights In canals. Pacific Improvement Company to I A. C. Bradley to A. A. Smith, $10; F. W. Northway to Hans Madson, $10; all interest souh half lot 19, section 19, 29-27. Administrator estate Mary Martin Terrier. $1205; lots 24 to annexed for payment $115 for one-half interest to John E. Yoakum. Administratrix estate Rebecct, Goode deceased to R. A. Moore, $2400; lots 10, 11, Mock 4, Lowell addition, Bakersfield. Kern County Land Company to John Anderson, $220; lots block 45, Kern. 9 and 10, one-eighth Interest northwest quarter section 8, 28-2S. The boys are certainly living fine, tilenty of rntions and the finest conk in camp. LflOKlSOflR AN AUTO RACE The 1909 Kissel-Kar IS HERE "The Kissel Forty REV. *, L PAUL TO THEM. E-CHURCH SOUTH DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embalmers. Successors to Morton & Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19th It' RED OROli AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or Day, Main I). i T. Free and S. T. Metealf drove down from the north Saturday after: noon in a 24 horse power Sunset car i which Free is desirous of entering . t.i an automobile race during fair ! week. The Sunset is a California built car, the factory being near San Jose. Free Is a well kn,own driver. The Sunset cur was entered in the races ui Sacramento, and then went to Santa Rosa and when the Sau .loa- quln valley fair circuit opened he drove the machine down the valley to participate In the automobile races advertised. William Lutz of the face committee Is anxious to se- Ai the close of the conference of the M. E church South, held at Santa Ro sa last week. Bishop Chas. Atkins . _ ulom obUe race as an attrac 'v'Tt Paui will Uo n this week and it may be that the occupy the pulpit in Bakersfleld for the ensuing year, succeeding Rev. G, T. Paterson. northern racer will be matched Free made the circuit of the race vrr jn Rev. P.u. h»b.,n «^ ^^ ^"^nera! u'saw'^t^an'^o^nt^s^Ter'^'t-np'ression, Free thinks the course Rev. Patterson, who has done much to popularize the church In Bakers- fleld, will make this his permanent home, giving his attention to his private business. Rev. J. W. Home, formerly a pop- I ular pastor here, has been assigned to Sacramento. Will he continued l'i,r l!»u:» ,-ii The improvements on this po sist of heavier, lir.ik.t-s. ,'iii-in. " tin- SMIIK- price. ular model con- \vlieels, heavier front axle, ll."i-in Ixise. It \vjll better finished, and possessed o finalities. lso lie much easier riilinur Al Thackey, Agent Kern County. ROADSTER, $2150. TOL'RIXO CAR, $2150. Ask for demonstration. and Egg Exchange THRON8EN & 8TALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115. Q Street MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 69 ' Work » phone - Maln 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. Cal. TEA Schilling's Best is in packages; never comes- out of a bin or canister. Yoar rrocer returns your moacr if J'J'J w» pny him Joseph II. Nicholas has tendered !n- reslgnatlon as driver of K-l l>r-i- hack. Henry Miller, th.- ranch <"•. i • '•'• made a visit to Huuon \Villow y - • ' day with .lame,, Ouil'-n, In lieii • mobile. $50 Cash Premiums $20 first; $10 second $5 third; fifteen $1 each. Easily earned In" an hour or more by any boy or girl, man or woman, but one In each family, without any cost to you, and no peddlino or canvassing. AndI to .ach one competing, we will also give » «««n ««ful.rllcle. 8ejnd po.ta, for particulars, mentioning thlt paper, to WE8T_COA8T_M]LL, 705-708 Bo. Griffin Ave., Lot Angeles, Cal. •••..•••••MMiMMt'*- Piano Tuning Leave orders M BAER'S DRUG STORE, cortii-r of l!Mh MM ••'. wnd Chester ;-.x--mii-. to 1 .- L- GARTMAN, ll.e ptiif-'-.-slon;:! 1-i- rmo tuner, locnte-! In Bakers!! •!•! for the lust eU-ht years. You may be assured that he will pir. your instrument iu first cl:;ss tune and order at reasonable rates. Phone Main 39 impression. well suited to racing and says that fifty miles an hour should be maintained without trouble. Tree is disappointed that there is going to be no special racing card for automobiles. However, Tuesday he is going to lower the track record and t lit- spectators will be treated to an exhibition of fast driving. Auto Notes. i Tom Klipstein is the latest to ac! quire the mahout habit and now can > handle a car fairly well. It was hard iv.ork for Tom to learn, though. He ! ran through a barn and knocked a man atui a boy off a bicycle before he i could get the "durned old thing to go 's 1 might." Al Thackery and Ed Shortrldge re- i turned overland from Fresno, Visalia jarnl Hanford Saturday afternoon in ThucUery's new Kissel Kar. Thaek- ,i>, who is the agent for the Kissel Kar In this end of the valley, disposed oi a Kissel Forty in Hanford Friday find considers the prospects aoud for the sale; of more as soon a* the- new Ifio'j Roadster and other j nodi-Is reach the const. j Dr. 1'. S. Wilbur, with his wife and i a party of friends, went to Famosa -.eiterday afternoon for a spin aloiiL- ;h" exee'.K-llt road between tilts city :. ! tlii- northern town, l.a^i nl^ii' • .l.iiiit i: o'clock It. U. I'. Fox was | :i'.!ed out of bej to pull ibe dm tor's ! - to iciwil. j it. H 1'. Fox made- a trip to Midway ' •day* Yesterday be took II. I. Tup- ! in and others to Ibe same field. Fox i covering the ground these days. ! !.. the past Hvc days he has traveled j iiiorft MM) miles, which, ronslderin;.' i i In- condition of the West Bide roads, j a good pei-forrnatic'e. B. II. Sharp took T. I). Doycc.- of [the Associated Supply Company to iMcKlttrlck yesterday. Henry Ach made a trip to Sunset 8. L. MACK, Cashier 8. W. Wlble. President J. J. MACK, Vice President. Q. J. PLANZ, Asst Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—8. W. Wlble, 8. L. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith,' L. Guggenhlme. General Banking, Domestic .Foreign Exchange. Letters of Crellt.' The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their f,-x- perlence or observation to all pperaons desiring Information on matters of business. C. L. Conner, President. R. McDonald, Cashier KERN VALLEY BANK. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Lleber's Code used Bakersfield, Cal. ROUGH DRY Did You Know i We u i. i i-iill fur viiitr i'amily Ivasli'iiL. wash and iron all ,-l.i-ets, tnvr.s, >!ip-, eoimterpa;.""'. < tc. Mai 1 ' ii a'.i pieces that ivijiiire Mar -I::!,'.' and return t" you for ulily II rents per pound i If yon are in a hurry tiO-plione for ii- t" eall Friday morning and ha vi.- them .-(.turned Saturday ________ ___ i'veninir. Give us a trial. Satisfactionguaranteed. Oiv« us a trial. Telephone Main 259. CITIZENS LAUNDRY

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