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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908. THE BAKERSFIELD CALTFORNIAN ETTINO READY FOR JOBS ON THE BIG AQUEDUCT. ^fjS^jxSj^ii^jSijjiS^SiSj^Srf^^ LEGAL 19ns, an assesment of two (2) t\ centp UEfcAL. First. That permission Is hereby LEQAU 190S, for the purcha se of Six UEQAIi if served within said count y; if serv Saturday, October 17, is the date which WHS set today liy the Civil Service Commission for holding competitive examinations to fill some of the i tn'ist roiiiuncrative ntul responsible I positions to be had In the aqueduct: bureau. These positions, with salar- : l<*f. 'in.' «:•-. follows: Mechanical; draftsman, ?|IHI to $12.",; strut-Ural draftsman. $11!.-,; electricians, $1(10 to $!-•": c-oiistriietlon superintendents, $l-. r >: tunnel superintendents, $150. William Miilholland, eh In' engineer "i the iuiuednct, says that, for men of the right (|iialillcations these positions offer large opportunities. The positions for which candidates will be examined Oct. 17 are in the engineering construction department of the aqueduct, 'where nt the present) time there is the largest activity and ' where men of first-class ability art) being required constantly. , Men of practical knowledge rather than those of technical skill alone, •are being sought by the aqueduct's chief engineers, and the civil service Is playing an Important part in this, Inasmuch as the examinations given are of the most practical nature and In line with the duties of the position to be filled. Application Wanks may he obtained at the ojlce of the Civil Service commission, City Hall, and must be filed at least eight days before the date fixed for the examinations.—Los Angeles Express. Teacher (.giving a lesson on the rhinoceros)—Now, can you name any other things that have horns and are dangerous to get near? Sharp Pupil—Motor car.—Philadelphia Inquirer. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Maggie E. Galtes.'deceased Notice is hereby ciyen by the tin- nerslened. executor of the estate of Maggie E. Galtes, deceased, to the Creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the saul executor, at the office of George Flournov In the Stoner Block, corner of 1 ,th street and Chester avenue, in the City ot Bakersfield. Kern County. California, the same helmr the nlac leii thf lace s of tor the transaction of the business u . the said- estate in the said County of Kern. State of California PAUL GALTES. Executor of the estate of Magele E. Galtes. deceased. .Dated at Bakersfleld, September 23. DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. EnualitflfOil Company. Location of Principal Place of Business. San Francisco. California. ..Notice.—There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of Assessment (No. 7) levied on the 18th dav of August. 1908. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. No. Name Cert Shs.Amt. A k nson. J.\V 54 550 $2.75 Atkinson. J. JV Ill 55fi 2.75 Atkinson. .I. W.. 143 .150 _.7F. PREPARING MEDICINES Prpparinir medicines from din-tots' proscriptions is not only oiir'most iiii]iortiint work, Imt. it is ;ilsn tln> work we lilvH best to do. \Yo dike ;i professional pride in this work and iind v/ive it our unstinted eiidefivor. AVill yon trust your prescription in our care? BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros. PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th 41 I 8t«. , per share was levied upon all the subscribed capita] stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United Stales sold coin to the secretary, at the office of the company, No. 2270-A Market stre.-t near Ulth s'reet, San Francisco, California. Any stor-k upon which this assessment shal' '.-'.•main unpnUl cm .Monday, the 20th day of October. ll'i'S, will be granted to tin- City of Los Angeles to j bonds of the denomination of $500.(M! | elsewhere, within thirty days. construct, maintain and operate a i i-ach, of the Frnitvi-U- School District The said action •;« brought, t railroad track road* in said thi; niaunwr \« Across tli,ii nine along i« Run;;i « ',','.', a:-.,; center line "• about -."> • • - : north I'.iic - i .icross certain county ' of KViu County. Said bonds were is- unity, at the points In sued by si-id Hoard of Supervisors UP- delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and, unless payment Is made b-t'ore, will he sold on Fri-| D. Jl.. said day. the 2'ifh day of November, 1908, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising ind expenses of sale. Dv order of the Hoard of Directors. W. C. GRAVES, Secretary of Rio Bravo Oil Company, office 227U-A Market street, San Francisco, California. 9-12 Piano Tuning Leave orders at BAER'S DRUG STORE, corner of 19th street, and Chester avenue, for L. GARTMAN, the professional pi' ano tuner, located In Bakersfleld for the last eight years. You may be assured that he will put your Instrument In first class tune and order at reasonable rates. ' Phone Main 39 J. \V •s. Ki Flvnn. Mrs. Kate 101 1100 .lurtrensen. Gustav M. ..102 100 Walker. David H 117 100 order in ac- 1 of.t^he le Board e wit of D: 5.5(1 .50 .50 And in accordance with law and an Irectors made on the ISth day of Aueust. 1908. so manv shares of each narcel of such stock as muv lie necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the Company. No. 642 Laguna street, San Francisco. California, on Saturday, the Ulth day o! October. I!»o8. at the hour of 12:3n o'clock p. in., or said dav. to IIHV said delimiuent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. CARL W. MTTLLER. Secretary Eaualltv Oil Company. Office No. 642 Laguna street. San Francisco. California. 9-21 Richardson Minaral Sprin s Unexcelled for Rheumatism, Stom ach and Kidney Trouble. Ask your friends about them or write for book' let to J. H. Richardson, Chico, Cal. NOTICE. I, E. J. Hummel, of tli& County of Alameda, State of California, the present owner of the land herelnbelow da scribed, do hereby give notice that I will, on the 17th day of October, 1908, apply to the Register of the State Land Office, at Sacramento, California, for a duplicate certificate of purchase, No. 14830, Issued to Ernest J. Hummel, dated April 26, 1900, on location No. 4505, Visalia Land Distt.ct, for all of section 36, Twp. 29 S., R. 22 E., M. D. M., in the County of Kern, State of California, containing 640 acres. Date of first publication, Sept. 16, 1908. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF THE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD. Vntinf. is hereby Hven that citv taxes for the year 1908 are due and nayable on the 21st dav of September. 1908. and will become delinquent on the 2d day of November. 1908. All taxes are payable at the office of the City Treasurer and ex-offlclo Tax Collector. 1822 Chester avenue, City Treasurer and ox-offick/Tax'' Collector. 9-23 PIANOSl Quality of tone Is very much desired in a piano. You don't want a loud, voluminous tone, that v'll soon develop in;o a tin panv effect, which Is the case with many of our cheap pianos, that are now flooding the country. We ask you to call at the Willow Furniture Co. and note the soft sweet tone of the Fairbanks and Fremont. Pianos. These pianos are new to a great many people, but are built by good reliable factories expressly for the Southern California Music Co., who has exclusive control of the Pacific Coast, who has exercised strict economy In the sale of these two pianos to make them a household word with many. You will find many of our competitors selling pianos for $375 and $400, that is not their equal. Our prices on the Fairbanks are $U50 and %">~~t and on the Fremont $300 and $:!2r>. L. T. Codloy, local representative of the Southern California Music Co. can be found at the Willow Fitrniture Co. or at his resi- SCHOOL BONDS FOR SALE. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County. California, made Sept. 12, 1908, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County, at the Court House, up to 10 o'clock a. m., of the 10th day of October, 1908, for the purchase of twenty bonds of the denomination of $500.00 each, of Lone Tree School District of Kern County. Said bonds were Issued by the said Board of Supervisors Under and In accordance with the provisions of sections 1880 and 1888 both Inclusive, of the Political Code of the State of California, and in conformity with an order of said Board passed Sept. 12, 1908, and bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum until paid. Interest payable on the 30th day of December of each year, out of and from the Building Fund of said School District upon presentation and surrender to the Treasurer of said County of the interest coupons. Said bonds are to be numbered consecutively 1 to 20 inclusive, and are In number as follows; Bonds Nos. 1 to 4. Inclusive, Two Thousand Dollars, to run 11 years. Bonds Nos. 5 to 8, inclusive, Two Thousand Dollars, to run 12 years. Bonds Nos. 9 to 12, inclusive, two Thousands Dollars, to run !•". years. Bonds Nos. 13 to 16. Inclusive, Two Thousand Dollars, to run 14 years* Bonds Nos. 17 to 20, inclusive. Two Thousand Dollars, to run 15 years. Bids will be received for one or nnj number of said bonds. All bids mus be equal In amount to the par value of the bonds bid for. and accompanlei by a certified check or cash deposl In the sum of nt least ten per cent o the amount of the bid, payable to the Chairman of the said 'Board o Supervisors of Kern County. The check or deposit will be returned In case of rejection of bid, and be for felted to said Lone Tree School DIs trlct if the bidder neglects to pay fo the bonds he bids for within fifteer days after being notified of the accept ance of the bid. Upon the opening of tfl^ said bid said bonds will be sold to the hlghes and best bidders for cash, in V. S gold coin, sub.iect to the above provisions. The said Board of Supervisors reserving the right to reject any j and all bids. All bids are to be addressed to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County. California, and indorsed "Proposals for Bonds." By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of oad. Aero?- •':; Ing iiaral'.i Ight. of »;, Railroad. Hi. ng to bi- rloug KM id '.owing, to-wlt: ertaln county road run- i range lln>- between .U East. M. ii. M, the t-aid crossing to be siiuihorly from the :-.••• '.:>. T. 32 S., H. 33 . T. l!2 S., R. 34 E.. M. ossinp to b« a surface '.-trueU'd as not. to In- dinary travel over saiu i i-rtain county road run- a;:d contiguous* to the :f the Southern Pacific enter line of said cross- I'll ICIM.I feet westerly from the east line of (!• i and in aeeonl;<'ieo with the provi- i si.us of Sections '. V MI and l.v<S, both ' inclusive, of the IVditiC;;! Code, of the . St.ili- of California and in conformity with au order of said board passed S"]p|. 12. IflliS, iind benv Interest at tin- rate of l-'ive per ci-ut pi.-r aiiir.'.m iiii-il puld, lull-rest 11113 able 0:1 tin- :;'itli from tho building fund of said School 'liMiiet. upon pivsi illation and surrender to the Tieai-urer of said County of the interest coupons. ml no a claim mad' adversely to tin- Mojiive. Count;, i.l' ll'ornla. and de- i'.'ii nf said To-,\ n . . • .thereof, Hied in !'.: ty Hot-order ot : ;-ri the Third d.-"- ••• , ' compel the said >'i I- ;, n; i their title, it an;, tin Ii. . premises, and that tin .an.' pretended claim, liuli'. Mtu to deter- said defendant* intlff In and to or parcel of land • in the Town at n. Slate of CaV Lot Number • il'iud-rd (100) ,» the Map ' i • '-.i' the Couo> i .• •. i t'<m-.ity, OR . ' I'"'.-.; to • n; in |•'•ndtlCQ said Maid bonds are to he nuiiiliered eon- < and estate of said ectlon 25, T. :;.' P., R. 33 E., M. D. M., aid crossing to tie under said county oad, and >.aid city to construct a jood and substantial bridge In said county road over said railroad cros» ng, in accordance with plans there- or this day with and approved bjr said Board of Supervisors. Across that certain county road running along the past line of Sec. 7, T. 32 S., H. 83 E., M. D. M., the center line of said crossing to be about 75 feet south from the north Ine of said section 27, T. 32 S., R. 33 2., M. H. M., said crossing to be a surface crossing, and so constructed as not to Interfere with the ordinary :ravel over said road. Across that certain county road running along the east line of Section 21 and 28, T. 32 S., R. 33 E., M. 0. M.. the center line of said crossing to be about at the north line of said Section 28, T. 32 S., R. 33 E., M. D. M., said crosing to be a surface crossing, and so constructed as not to Interfere with the ordinary travel over said road. Second. That if from any cause said county roads, or any of them, shall be damaged by the constructions of said crossings, the same shall be repaired by and at the expense of the said City of LOB Angeles, and such damage shall i-i no case become a charge upon Kern. said County of California. (Seal! Third. That If the said City of Los Angeles shall fall, neglect or refuse to comply strictly with any of the conditions hereinbefore expressed, such failure shall work an Immediate forfeiture of all rights hereby granted, and said County of Kern may, by Its proper officers, remove any and all structures placed In said county roads by said city, and Vie cost of BO removing the same shall be'paid by said city. Fourth. The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and cause the same to >'e published in the Bakers field Calil'ornlan, a newspaper printee published and circulated In said coun ty, and this ordinance shall take ef feet and be In force an and after the 25th day of September, 190S. H. A. JASTRO, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County California. The foregoing ordinance was ed and adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California. :Ms llth day of September, 190S. by the following si-cut Ively 1 lo ii Inclusive and are in number as follows: , Hond No. 1, Five Hundred l)oil.;:s, ~ years from date. Hond No. 2. Five Hundred Dollars, 3 years from date. Bond No. 3, Five Hundred Dollars. 4 years from date. Bond No. 4, Five Hundred Dollars, 5 years from date. Bond No. 5, Five Hundred Dollars, C years from date. Bond No. G, Five Hundred Dollars, 7 years from date. Bids will be received for one or,any larger number of said bonds. All bids must be equal In amount to the par value of the bonds bid for, and accompanied by a certified check, or cash deposit In the sum of at least ten per cent of the amount of the bid, payable o the chairman of the Board of Su- jervlsors of Kern County. The said heck or deposit will be returned In case of rejection of bid, and be for- elted to said Fruitvale School District f the bidder neglects to pay for the jonds he bids for within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of the bid. . Upon the opening of the said pro- losals said bonds will be sold to the ilghest and best bidders for cash, in J. S. gold coin, subject to the ab'ove provisions. The board reserves the •ight' to reject any or all bids. Al bids or proposals are to be mldresse( to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California, and Indorsed, "Proposals for Bonds." By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California. • H. A, JASTRO, Chairman. its, and n claim- ii. or la- l t* * also all other person ng any right, title, csh'te, erest in the real property d.-scriin-A n the complaint, nnd hereinbefore described, adversely to plaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's tile thereto, nnd each and all of them n and to said premises, and every )art thereof, may be adjudged and Jo- reed to be invalid and void. That the said defendants and each, of them may be barred of and from all right, title, Interest and estate In and o the said premises, and every part thereof; That the said plaintiff's title may be adjudged and decreed to be a good and valid one as against said defendants and each of them, and all person* .lalmlng under said defendants and each of them, aud for such other and further relief as shall be Just and equitable as the nature of the ca»6 may require, as will nore fully appear by the Complaint on file herein, and to whlcli reference is here made and for costs of suit. And you are hereby notified, that If you fall to so appear and answer, the plaintiff may take judgment for any money or damages demanded 1ft the complaint as arising upon contract, or will apply to the court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. Witness my hand mid the seal of tho said Superior Court, County of Kern. State of California, this 10th day ot April, A. D. 1»08. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Celinda A. Randlett, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Celinda A. Randlett, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch- eis, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of the Public Administrator and Coroner of Kern (Seal) I. L. MILLER, Clerk. By Ham Farris, Deputy Cleric. J. W. P. Laird and Rowen Irwin, attorneys for plaintiff. 8-18 NOTICE OF MEETINGS. H. A. JASTRO, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Attest: I. L. Miller, Clerk. 9-1C NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. Notice is hereby gjven that the undersigned, Maxwell McNutt, trustee of the estate of B. A. Haydtn, bankrupt, will sell, pursuant to an order duly given and made on the 2d day vote, to-wlt: Ayes: Peterson, sett and Jastro. Nays: None. Absent: None. Witness my hand and the '.-Me, Wrody, Cor- seal of the Board of Supervisors this llth day of September. 1S08. (Seal.) I. L. MILLER, Clerk of the Boar' 'if Supervisors. 9-12 PERSONAL PROPERTV Notice Is hereby given tnat taxes or personal c r. . I * T-i 1flAC V. ATll.r,,, l"r'--"M«i |^lupi-lp> rtl T UUW UUtS HUC of September, A. D., lSf.8 by Mil.on | payable „„„ w ,,f bp flellnquent on Jn , t . . Oreen Lsq referee In bankrup r> , , m , 1908 . A _ ' W EABIBR. ' are now due and dence at G street. He would TO NEW YORK THROUGH Orange Groves of Southern California; Cotton Fields of Texas and Louisiana. FOUP AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED STEAMERS prefer to have you call at the \Villo\y Furniture Co., where you will see the largest line of Edison phonographs and records in Kern county, as well as a fine display of pianos and an Immense stock of the latest up to date furniture. Furniture as well as pianov can be bought on easy monthly payments. tf DOG LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby ttiven to all persons owning and keeping doirs. within ' ie limits of the Citv of Bakersfleld. that License Tags ror the year 1908. are now rendv for delivery at the office of the City Clerk, in the basement of Producers Savings Bank bulldimr. and on after the 15th dav of Janu- will proceed to impound nil und runnlnir on the streets that are not wearing the license tan for e year 1908. _. . , J. k. COX. Poundmaster. Dated January 9. 1908. for the District Court of the United States for the northern district of Cal- ] Ifornla. the real property hereinafter described, with the improvements thereon, belonging to the estate of said bankrupt, free and clear of any and all lien or liens, incumbrance or ncumbrances, to thiv highest and jest bidder therefor, upon the follow- ng terms and conditions. 1. All bids to be In writing, sealed, and addressed to the said trustee at No. 110 Sutler street, San Francisco, 2. Each hid to he accompanied by certified check for ten per cent (10%) of the amount of the bid. No bid will be received later than 12 o'clock noon of the 20th day of October, 1908. 4. The trustee reserves the right City Tax Collector. and on ary. J dogs fo NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Location McKlttriek Oil Com of nrfnciiml place of b field. California. Notice Is hereby sriven ri p .J'tli}K of the Directory 1 16th dav of August. 1908. S nanv _.. usiness. Bakers dav ine.nt of , that, at .. held on the an assess. two cents tier share was lev- .--. ,. the eanllal stock of th noratlon. payable Immediately in cor- Unit- luvalile immedli sold coin to the secretary"of nid coriior-itfoii. at the office of the iimimnv room 307. Producers Savinew •ank bulldlue. BaUersflekl. California. Anv stock uiion which this assess- the Iflth ment shall remain unpaid on the in.. dav of September, 1908. will be delln- uuent and advertised for tale at public auction and unless naviiient is made before, will be sold on the 10th day of October. 19UX. to pay the delinauenf assessment, together with cost, of ad vertlsiiiK and expenses of snle. the Board of Directors. liv sinir a order der ot the Hoard of C. BKOWKR. S . room No. 307. Proi Secretary, roitucers Incs Bank buildinir. corner Nineteenth and H streetH,,Ba.ke,|n<d,r.Calif. s-17 The date of delinquency of the above !>sne*suieut i u postponed to Saturday. September 20th. and of di-liiunu-iit sal lo October ITlu. 1!>HS. Bv order of the Bom-i -if Dlreeiorn. U. BROWER. Seen-1 a rv. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Rio Bravo Oil Company. Ixicatlon of principal place of business, San Francisco, California, location wotkb. Kern County, California. Notice Is hereby given, that at any and to the court, and to be for cash United States gold coin, upon confirmation by the court. 0. Bids will be opened and referred to the court for confirmation, on the 20th day of October, 1908, at the hour of two '(2) p. m., at the office of Milton J. Green, Esq., referee in bankruptcy, in the United States Postoffice AssEsswcrrr NOTICE. Burks Oil Company.—Location oi principal place of business, Oaklanl California. Location of , property Kern county, California. Notice 1« hereby given, that nt (• meeting of the directors, held on the ISth dav of July, 190S. ny. assessment (No. fi) of one cent per share was levied upon the capital .-toek of the corporation, payable Immediately tc the secretary at the office of the corporation, room 20, 1068 Broadway, Oakland, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 26th day of August, 19dS, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless payment Is made before, will be sold on tile 14th day of September, 1908. County at the Court City of Bakersfield, Hnuse Kern In the County, California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of the said estate In the said County of Kern, State of California. w. A. MCGINN. Administrator of the (-state of Colinda A. Randlett, deceased. Dated at Haltersfield, September 10th, 1908. 9-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Ralph Bower, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Ralph Bower, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of the Pub- He Administrator and Coroner of Kern Notice Is hereby given that the annual meetings of the stockholder of the several canal companies below named, for the purpose of electing directors and the transaction of eucb other business as may he brought before the meeting, wfll be held nt th» office of said Company, Kern County Land Company's office building, corner of 19th and H atree.tH, Bakersfield, California, at tbe dates and hours rtt opposite their respective names: Kern River Canal and Irrigating Co., Oct, 3, 1908, at 2 p. in. Goose Lake Canal Co., Oct. f>, 1908, at 2 p. m. James & Dlxon Canal Co., Oct. S, 1908, at 3 p. m. Pioneer Canal Co., Oct. G, 1908, at 3 p. m. Joyce Canal Co., Oct. S. 1908, at 11 a. m. * Plunkett Canal Co., Oct. 6, 1908, at 11 a. m. Anderson Canal Co., Oct. 1, 1908, at 11 a. m. Buena Vista Canal Co., Oof. 7, 1908, at 3 p. m. (Jutes Canal Co., Oct. 2, 1908, at 11 a. m. Silne Canal Co., Oct. 2, 1908, at 3 p. m. James Canal Co., Oct. 7, 1908, at It a. m. F. G. MUNZER, Sec. to above named Canal C'ompanle*. Kern County Land Co's Office Build* Ing, corner 19th and 11 streets, Bafc» County at the" Court City of Bakersfield, House Kern in the County, California, the same being the- place for the transaction of the business of the said estate in the-said County of Kern, State of California. w. A. MCGINN, Administrator of the estate of Ralph Bower, deceased. Dated at Bakersfleld, September 10th, 1'908. 9-11 expenses of sale. A. A. SMITH, Secretary. Office, 1068 Broadway, .Oakland, Cal• ifornla, room 20. 7-25 POSTPONEMENT. The date of the delinquency of the above assessment has been postponed ruptcy, in the United States Postomc „ ThurB(I September ' 10, 1008 and Court House building. Seventh , , „,„ d f gnle un(]pr and Mission streets, San Francisco. | „„,,„ ha8 been , )O g tpone( j limi , Mon Deed, Instruments of title, ah- | 10 ', n . , m ,i p) ace . Cal. 7. Btract of title, and other documents, , at expense of purchaser. j The following Is a description of the real property to be sold: day. September 28, 1908, at the same By order of the Board of Dirt-dura. Iiaied August 25, 1908. A. A. SMITH. j Secretary Burks Oil Company. Office ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Fourth Extension Water Company. Location of principal place of business, Wasco, Kern county, California. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held'on the 2Mh day of August, l!l()8, an assessment of one dollar per share was levied upon the subscribed capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately In United States gold coin to the secretary of said company at Its office, Wasco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on September 30, 1908, will be deliuquent and advertised for nilo at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will lie sold on Tuesday, the 20th day of October, IW!-, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ALFRED B. JORDAN, 8-2C Secretary. Lot 3 In block 27-1 (formerly block | jnr.x Broadway, Oakland, California, 2 north range 1 west) in the City of I r ,, ( , m 20. Bakersfield, according to the map of , said City of Bakersfleld, Kern Conn- < ty, California, filed In the office of the County Recorder of Kern County, California, November iT.th. !9nx. Together with the improvements thereon. Further particulars may be had at the office of the attorneys for the trustee, Messrs. Jell.-It & Meyerstein, French Bank building, no Slitter St., San Francisco, Cal. MAXWELL McNUTT, 9-14 Trustee. POSTPO-NEM ENT. e date of delinquency (,f the i- assessment, has been poMponed Tuesday, September 29, 1908; SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California. William Collins, plaintiff; vs. The Southern Pacific Railroad Company, a corporation: Western Development Company, a corporation; The Pacific improvement. Company, a corporation: also nil other persons unkown claiming any right title, estate, Urn, or interest In the real property described In tho complaint adverse to plaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon thereto, defendants. plaintiff's title The people of the State of California send grt-otlng to the Southern Pa- Railroad Company, a corporation, . ,., the day of sale under said IIKSCSK- The Pacific Improvement Company, a '-in has bee n postponed until Mon-. corporation; the Western Develop- d»v. October 19, 1908. My order of the Board of Dire tor.« liati-d, Sept. S, 1908. A. A. SMITH, Secretary. Office IOCS Broadway, Oakland. Cal. ; merit. Company, a corporation; also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or Inter esl in the real property described In the complain! adverse to plainilfT'B I Ifornla, room 2ft ORDINANCE NO. 92. j An ordinance grar.tit.s !•' r.iilsMon to the City of Los Angeles to construct, ] of maintain and operate a railroad track across certain county roads In the a County (.; Kern, State of California. «i.f| ownership, or any cloud upon plain' ' tiff's title thereto, defendants. meeting of the Board of Directors The Board of Supervisors of tho held on th*- llth day*of September County of Kern, do ordain HK follows: SCHOOL BONDS FOR SALE Ity order of the Hoard of Supervisors of Kt'i-ii County, California, made Sept 12, liil'IN, Healed propOKiiN lie received at tin- office of tlie Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of nald County, nt. the Court house, up to Id o'clock a. m., uf the 10th day of Oct. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, In the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California, and to answer the Complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after service on you of this autuuioue, ersfield. Calif. f-7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. * In the Superior Court t and for the County of Korn, Stale of California. In the matter of the estate of Loulf M. Dinke.lspiel. deceased. Notice Is hereby given by tho undersigned administrators, with th« will annexed, of the estate of Louis M. ninkelspiel, deceased, to the creditors, of, and all persons having claim* against the said deceased, to exhibit them with tho necessary voucher* .within ten months after (be first pub- 'llcatlon of this notice, at tne office ot Fred B. Borton, rooms 2(iH, 204, Producers Savings Bank building, in tha City of Bakersfield, County of Kero, State of California, the same being th» place for the transaction of the DUB* t'HH of said estate in su'd Kera County. UUGENIE F. DINKKLSPIBL, MELVILLE FURTH, Administrators, with the will annexed «cf the estate of Louis M. Dinkelaplel deceased. Dated, Bakersfield, September 3, 1908. 9-3 ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Name of corporation In full, Bait Eagle Oil Company. Location ot principal place of business, Baa Cisco, Calif. Notice Is hereby given, tnat at • meeting of the directors held on tlui 24th day of August, A. D. 1908, an assessment of ton cents (lOc) per shar* was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable lia- medlately to William I -urge, Jr., Secretary at room 2 ,No. 120 Bush street San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 2!"ith day of Sei>- •tember, A. D. 1008, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on tho 15tb day ol October, A. D. 1908, to pay the delinquent. assessment, together will! costs of advertising and expenses dS sale. WILLIAM LANOB, JR. Room 2, No. 120 Bush street, S«B Francisco, Calif. 8-2S STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stocldiold- of the "Section Twi utyrFlve Oil Company" will I*) on Monday, October nth, 1908, t .at 2 o'clock p. m. ut the office ..company, . 1503 Nineteenth street, jlajkj, j-HfleJdi Calt fornia. ., ],|^ ',, . ', C. A. BARLOW, f

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