The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 28, 1908
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Authentic Styles * ^^H in Men's New Fall Suits! It gives us great pleasure to see the well dressed men of Bakersfield buying our new fall suits so early, Most men come in merely just "to look" but find the new suits so stylish and becoming they can't resist- To be dressed in perfect taste and to have style doesn't necessarily mean a vast outlay of money. Every suit we have, disregarding cost, has "style". Our $10 suits have as much style as our $30 ones— the difference in prices is effected by the difference in materials and linings. Style is something that cannot be defined, but decidedly noticeable as you will see by all our ' The new suits we're showing now for rail are in a great variety of colors and pattens; browns and greens are a prominent feature, tans grays, olives are good: and the variation of designs in fabrics is infinite. Coats have high broad shoulders; long roll lapels; form tracing and box backs; plain and patch pockets, some with plaits, some with buttoned flaps; with or without cuffs. Trousers vary from extreme peg top, narrowed at the instep, to more conservative lines. Men ^ho wish the best suit values for their money and who always want to appear well dressed and stylish are all coming to Hochheimer's for their new fall clothing. Prices range from $10 to $30. Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue I largest ami I'iikersiii'lil, most varied stocK which, therefore, greatest opportunity of eh Must chic of styles. Prices the lowest. The one satisfactory stun ;.f the tIK'C. Ill ,-h t bnv Hats and Hair Goods Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue CITY BRIEFS Notes and Personals Fishering and Fred las' evening (o join Jr., Mr. Dies at Hospital—David tmvis, a aborer 41 years of (IBP, died at the vospital yesterday from alcoholism. The remains are at the undertaking parlors of Dixon & Sons to he held mill word Is hoard from relatives. The deceased's dying refinest was that his mother in Georpia and daughter in British Columbia be notified. Davis has lived lure many years and was \vll known in linkers-1 field. ! Boiler Blew Up.—On ot-ciiou 1! of the Sunta Fe holdings in the Kern river field yesterday afternoon u boiler blow ill', wrecking the I'lant, but causing no injury to the men wurklnf? neur. The holler was blown a <lMance of L'.'!2 feet all,I (lie lifting IHTV thflll Tim. The boiler was sliuatiM \vhere Mrs. Fred arrived here Fishering. Bill Laldley is all smiles today. It Is a ten pound girl. Dick O'Ueilly has returned from Virginia, where he was called by the sudden death of his father. Mrs. E. Hobbs came in from Marl- copa last night. Mrs. Marital) is an arrival at the Grand from Murlcopa. L, Robertson is at the Grand from Marlcopa. (J. Hednlt of ePlai.o is at the Grand. A. M, Barton Is in from Marlcopa. Tim Spellacy went south last night. C. C. Bowles has returned from a trip to bos Angeles. W. H. Graham it in town. MISS LEONA DAY TO i WED POLO AUTRAND. Cards are out announcing the com ing marriage of Miss l.eona Day and Polo E. Autrnnd. The ceremony will take place at the residence of the parents of the bride-to-be at 1012 E street Kern fin October 7. Miss Day Is the handsome daughter of Tax Collector and Mrs. Chas. E. Day, and IK widely known and popular in Bakersfiehl and Kern. Mr. Autrand succeeded E. H. and htis a promising future. The young people will make their home in the Kern River field. INFORMATION OF MISSING MAN IS WANTED. Information Is wanted as to Gustaf Adolph Marx, now, or formerly, of Bakersfleld, whose relatives are anxiously seeking him. Anyone having news of the missing man will confer , , „„„, „»• ,v a n n a favor bv addressing this office or Andrews as agent oi 'he h. R Co.. I Von A 8chneldor o f Akron. Ohio, the new operations uf the :-' are being eon>liicte>i Bike Rider Fined.—',;. AY. employed tit the City Meat was arrested Saturday Mortensen for riilitm a blcy dark without a liisM. He v $J.r>o by Judge Thomas tod: H. D. W hi UP mo re Buried. neral of 11. l>. Whillemoro w:i ;i (,'eloek tl:l.-i afternoon f> chapel of P.iyne & Sons. Th coiKlucted (lie services am) in: a Fe offerings. IPueschel Funeral Yesterday.-The In- Unner. tneral of the late E. A. 1'iieschcl was Market.''held yesterday from the undertaking \,'. cap parlor's of Dixon & Sons. The Wood!•• after men of the World the ser:••• fined vires. Knllowlng were the pall bear> ;ers: Newt. Allen, E. H. White, Frank 'The fu-'seagraves. Janu't Canaday, J. W. . held atiCrnsland and N. I'. Smith. .111 the. Yancey Has Returned.—Street Sit- Masons'perlntendent Joe Yancey has returned Into Arizona and other the pal) 1 from a visit bearers were chosen from their nunv', southern states. He reports a fine and her. A large number of the friends profitable trip arid he disposed of the oi the family wire in attendance and j big stallion which he took to that see- there were numerouu beautiful lloral tion. Oil Fields Delivery Complying with the request of hundreds of our atrons of tlm district, commcncinj; Oct. 1st, we inaugurate n new daily delivery service in the Kern River Oil Fields. Our rereseti- tutive will cull on you. We shall be pleased to extend Jionthly credit to all responsible oil field employes. Y»nr wonts in every doartment of the store will bo given scjicial, personal, attention by a new service est aside in our si'hni'j- force, especially for facilitating the best and quickest ivMilts in conjniM'tion with our new delivery service. ,\i your service. The man will explain to you.

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