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Wednesday, May 4, 1910.
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ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. Y OH CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT, FISH. HUNT,
SAIL OR CAMP, PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA
TURE, MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES ORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HE HERALD
lHfc' ST'AIJl if s Requests the people of tfois community to send j. " fevl-vKLLallrY
Ml IM. t t -i5 an( ofher reading matter. Full of new at-trac-wlSISyy .r CifiJaMM i- jJA fUS vyffwfe3i
J life HannQfiirap "S ioKs ani 1 alut THE famous hotel vnt- icSsfe I fev-?
A Vi lUiUUU.g jST5V GIXIA OF THE QUEEN OF BEACHES, LONG Mm! ff$F? ,.,ii.,, , , ''b
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if J IIiALrlWEi feCARLETON GILBERT, Mgr. W fSM 1 u Mil p fl
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3? TfL Resort "in tin; SB5SSK2sEDs3Sisa A
3 1 I g World. - ' : (EUROPEAH PLAK) ..
IT Tr - Sninmer Rates. .BnaaHaina-a-n-a- ONE OF THE NEWEST
I I " -n Ideal Resort to f L& AND FINEST HOTELS ' " I
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V" 5P TrTTVTIXGTdX BEACH. 2' I A STRICT I v I
An Ideal Resort to
Spend Your Vacation.
Or n Trip To
The Beach Paradise.
BAY CITY, BALBOA.
Or at any of the Great
Summer 'Resorts on the
Great Pacific Electric
For Booklets and In
D. A. 3IUXGER, :
Electric R. R.,
THE ISLAND BEAUTIFUL
The greatest game and fisnlng- resort
in the world.
Free camp ground with water. Finest
of hotel accommodations.
Enjoy the great Catalina Marine
band. Boating, bathing, golf, tennis,
etc Iook through the world-renowned
glass bottom boats.
Enjoyment galore for the whole fam
ily. Write for illustrated folder, telling
all about the "World's Great Islaind
SAXTA GATAMXA ISLAXD,
Banning- Co., 104 Pacific Electric Bldj?.,
l.os AneelcK, Calif.
EIj HEPOSO SANITARIUM.
RAXCH AXD HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA MADRE, CALIF.
A moderate priced sanitarium for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
throat and lungs. Physicians and Grad
uate Nurses In constant attendance.
Tent Houses, Mission, Bungalows, Art
ard Crafts Shop, Club House.
THEODORE D. KANOUSE, Supt. m-
"We will be pleased to have you make
your headquarters at this centrally lo
cated and reasonably priced hotel
while you are In Los Angeles.
427 South Olive Street.
Rates 75c per day a.nd up.
Mountain View Inn
sccial family rates.
lar?e beautiful grronnds with sports.
Lares cool veranda. An ideal jilace.
te spend the summer. Sea breezes. $10
per rreefc and up.
"Write for further information.
MANAGER, Mountain VIevr Inn,
Corner Sixth and Alvarado Sts.,
Los Ang-eles, Cal.
Five Minutes Irom Business Center, In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing "West Iake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people In El
Paso and vicinity.
"WM. B. CORWIX, Oivner and Manager.
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p:les, chilblains, i-elons. burns, ettc.
. valuu f7i HniirwnFn cmir
AU- DRUGGISTS HAVE IT OR WJU. OBTAIN ON HtQUtST
jLflHGLEYsMICH&EL5 CO. SANFHANCISCO.
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I BAY CITY, BALBOA.
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Battle Greek Sanitarium Methods
The Longest Beach in the "World. The Beach Paradise of the Pacific. The
Safest Beach on the Western Cdast. Bnt SO 3Inutes Ride South of X.os An
greles. BATHCG, BOATIXG, FISHEVG, SAILING.
"Write for Fall Particulars Pertaining to California's Celebrated Beach L.ong
Beach, Calif. "". I.. CAMP, Secretary Ion)? Beach Chaniher of Commerce.
EUROPEAN. 75c to 82.50
AMEKICAX, S1.75 TO 83.00
WBm FREE AUTO BUS' 1
AT SCOTT'S CAIP, 4 ULES RmE FROM LOS ANGELES.
Located at the junction of two beautiful mountain streams. Good food,
good beds, clear spring water and delightful nooks. Trout are often served at
This being- our opening season a special FREE OFFER will be made the
first fifteen people answering this advertisement from each place. For free
information and literature address SCOTT'S CAMP. 502 Stimson Bldg., Los An
A. C. BILIKE, LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. 3IITCHELL.
1 person"$1.00 to $1.50 a day. With private bath: 1 person $L50 to $3.
2 persons $1.50 to $3.00 per day. 2 persons $2.50 to $5.00.
LOST RHEU3IATISM AND STOMACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTH AND HAIPINESS AT MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud baths and swimming pool.
Booklet and Information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUENTHER, Prop. H. GUENTHER. Manager
BIG LINE TO SELECT FROM.
PRICES RIGHT. MAIL ORDERS WANTED
Anything You Want
keep out sand, dirt and wind (Craig, O'Oonnell & Go., Oen. Ag!s.
AT , THE . DO ORS ? AND WINDOWS.
$12.50 PER WEEK UPWARDS. FINEST AND BEST j
EQUIPPED INSTITUTION WEST OF BATTLE j
CREEK. EVERY LUXURY AND COMFORT. 5
W. RAY SIMPSON, Manacer LONG BEACH, CAL
EUROPEAN. 50o TO S2.00
In the midst of the business aud amuse
ment district. New and modern. Long
distance phone in every room. Special
summer rates, 50c per day and up. No
better accommodations in the city. Un
der managament of B. W. HOPKINS.
in the Drug Line.
fhene cell 43. Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Free Auto. Bns Meets AH Trains.
IN LOS ANGELES
Beautifully furnished apartments and
rooms. In heart of city. An ideal STnx
mer -home. Close to all theaters, etc.
"Write for rates and booklets.
Seventh and Ffgrueroa.
JAMES A. CORRIE, Manager.
One of the finest benches on the Pa
cific coast. Finest of boating, bath
lnsr, fishlDsr and hunting:. You can buy
a lot and have home built at actual
qost, and Hn'shcd for thlN season. Write
ub today for Information, maps, etc.,
also about our bijr free bouse contest.
R. HYNES & CO., East Newport, Cal.
Paid up capital. $ino,OOU.
"Members Los Anpreles Stock Ex
change. OIL STOCKS a specialty.
305 H. W. HEUJIAX BLDG.,
Los Anjreles, Cal.
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i Newport Beach
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Sunset Route Offers the Following
During the Month of MAY; Limit 6 Months:
Los Angeles, $50.00 San Francisco, $60.00
During Months of June, July, August, September; Limit Oct. 31:
Los Angeles, $45.00 San Francisco, $50.00
July 2nd to 8th inclusive.
July 25th to 28th inclusive.
August 30th to September
September 24th to 30th in
clusive. Limit 3 months, but not later than Oct.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
St. Regis Hotel
Bakersfield, Cal., May 4. A stampede,
very much like the "Goldfield rush," In
Nevada, has followed tho blowing out
of the Lake view oil gusher-
The gusher itself is or.-tree of an
oil derrick forest that has been planted
in the midst of a vast, desolate wilder
ness which, up to a comparatively
short time ago; knew no sound -but the
howl of the coyote.
The story of the sudden gush of civ
ilization into that deseit the headlong
charge of the oil pioneers will be
come a chapter of California life al
most as unique as the older rush for
This sudden turning topsy-turvey of
all its plan of life has simply swamped
It cannot begin to accommodate the
rush. . 4
Every train headed for the new fron
tier is so packed thp.t it strains the
window panes. The one real hotel in
Bakersfield looks like a mob scene.
Passengers come racing up from the
train and stand anxiously in line at
the hotel clerk's desk, begging for ac
commodations. Real Frontier.
All of which Is very like Goldfield in
the early rush days, except they
haven't the go-to-hell manner on the
oil frontier that they had in Nevada.
The whole thing looks very much tho
In the back of every saloon are a
flock of slot machines, poker tables
piled high with chips in .some: the only
keno game now running, probably, in
California is in full blast just off the
As always on the edge of a frontiier,
the business of the oil field rush is
done in the hotel lobbies. Very few
men have offices.
They buy leases involving fortuned
Think of her at- S 9
ico cream in the
aha oan.make the
mnaf. rJolip'rnist ma craasa is. ten r.inutes.
;l freezing and nil; at ioowtj about one
b? Mnf-i o'cli AMmAEfr an m.r the store.
Eg Your grocsr frill WiFyoa all about
it., or vou can xm, i. i.jk uwu iuu
Genesee Purs "Food C"., LBoy, N.Y., IS
if you will write !:. i
9! Grocers sell JH-u i yream row-
P? , . A.P- J- A.
two pacJMgesTor .o omm.
GnEAl nlibri ron HIUHLSb IlilU ntW
SPECIAL LOW RATES:
$30.00 San Francisco, $40X3
while setting on an empty barrel on the
curbing. Contracts that sometimes
make and unmake millionaires are
signed with the hotel register tor s.
Deals, sometimes freighted with im
mense possibilities for California, are
arranged 'on the benches in the lobby,
through cigar smoke.
Every man has an oil map in his
pocket and they talk about "spudding
in" and specific gravities and pipe
Some time In the middle of the night
Bakersfield primly and piously turns
off the electric lights. It is an actual
fact that you can hear them sitting in
the poetic gloaming in front of the
hotel, still talking oil.
In front of the hotel stands a long
string of automobiles, like the first
night of a society play. These are rent
ed at a uniform rate of ?40 a day ta
the tenderfeet bound for the frontier.
They seldom languish long, unrcnted.
There is a cloud of automobile dust
that never settles all the way from
Bakersfield to the "frontier."
. The chauffeurs of these pioneer automobiles-
'ftre equivalent to the- cow
punchers of the old days. The ear
lapped cap .has taken the place of the
Verv few of the actual oil people, out
of the" derricks, put their earnings into
oil, although their earnings are very
large. It has always bean the tender
foot who reaps the harvest. This Is
true of this last phase of the oil story.
Tho flrniprs and the tool dressers
don't come in on the good things; but,
it is safe to say that every chauffeur
on the hotel front has a breast pocket
bulging with oil stock.
Completion of the Shannon
Koad to Metcalf Gives
Clifton, Ariz., May 4. The new Shannon-Arizona
railroad is now "operating
the first passenger train that has ever
run from Clifton to ilorenci -direct.
This road has recently been com
pleted by the Shannon Copper company
and operates from its mines in Metcalf
to the Clifton smelters, a distance of
about eight miles. .
Just above Clifton, a connection has
been made with the Morenci Southern
railroad, which has the distinction of
being one of the engineering feats of
the country. On the approach to Mo
renci thin road loops over itself four
tln.-e5. The trip is an Interesting one.
abounding In scenic wonders.
The first shirtwaist dance of the sea
son was held In the armory hall under
the direction of the Clifton orchestra.
It was weil attended by the younger j
set. , These dances will be continued
during the .summer.
Round Trip Rates
LGNGjvv 0BTH IS
This Is Taken to Mean That
Eoosevelt Is Doing
"Washington, D. C, May 4p-Congrese-man
Nicholas Longworth's speech be
fore the League of Republican clubs. In
which he said: "1 am not willing to
praise Taf t in public and work against
him In private," means that Roosevelt
is squarely behind Taft, and is not a
candidate for the office, everybody hare
Secretary Ballinger said positively: "1
have no infection of resignies.
Norris Hayes and othar house insur
gent Republicans say they are squarely
VAUGHN CITIZENS PILE OX
OIL CLAIMS; NEWS NOUS
Vaughn, N. M., May 4. F1. C Kewby
and J. C. Williams have gone to Casap
City, N. M., where they will file on il
I lands for a nvjmber of people at
The Royal Neighbors had a dance at
the new SalL
J. R. WiHtems- has, bought a carload
of cattle near Al&negordo and shipped
them to his ranch here.
8I wed cheap vacila for
twenty years. Nl
Soeg ago a friend got
joe to try Burnett'
Vanilla. I did so. I
Laye used iteYer sace.
fI wouldn't change
back to ordinary vanilla
if I was supplied with
it free of charge.1
Always insist on
S It Is the purest, esoct de-Kcve B
JH extract possible te bo sad
25 Cents a Pound
Kmit Butter Kisses
15 Cents a Pound
FRANK SMITH. MGR.
N. O REG OX ST.
We deliver Ice Cream to all parts ef
Phone Bell 1000; Auto 1158