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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1908. BASER 3FIELD CALIFORNIAN BIRDIE" AND "BLONDIt" WERE FAVORITES m THE FANS LEQAU When "Sail,- p It too'-: (he B-dwfi'.'H p^rfx-tlon of ball tossevM ten InniiiL'n to smear defeat on tin- Chicinio Blonmer girls. ; -it second 1,11 The score was 0 to-I and tiie siympathy j t-iinulnif, Mir.Hi' V.M.- iv ; il anvered. was vith 'h" feminine My ch:i.'ers. ! "Say, riiiH," ad.'.i-e.. vin;; Hie male Mail} a man pi:'Kall Cue ladies who, coiicher, "v.-h'ti-ll \oii standing there faw the novel i,,iiii" v.-oiil.'. almost h-ive . like a totem pol ' eaten the hew;: they wer<- sitting on ( Tlv't's \vhnt >f>ii' month is i'or to hnve iiH.I the girls win. Playing j Once Mr. Umps caiin- in for a little against \vouieu was a nev,- experience j fling. Birdie protested a decision, tor the local li'ise-baHlKi'-", especially I "We don't care a rap for the victory the pitchers, ard between being gal- We just want, to show these guys up. hint and doing their duty to their We can play as good as they can. On- team, the nmmtinatton men of the Ba- '- -' -' •• •- • kersfield aggregation had'n hard time deciding, and they did not do It to the natlsfactlon .if their enptaln either, for after Kearney had filled the bases a number of times in his endeavors to be nice to Jhe girls and the "loldles" took everything that came their way and four runs beside, which put, them in the lead by two, Captain Brown yanked the San Francisco lad from the box and put up Handy with Bare receiving. They did better. Mat had no difficulty in locating the plate, but he put so much steam on the twisters that a good roasting was his lot from the rabid fans in the bleechers. Bare and Handy are guilty of but one mean act and that occurred in the "loidles" half of the tenth. With two on bases and two out and one of the men players at the plate, Handy walked the male and struck out the succeeding female. It was good baseball, but bum "jurisprudence" from the grandstand's point of view. It was one of the problems in gallantry the pitcher had to face, but the victory meant too much to Matt and Charlie. "Nix on the Percival stunt," they exclaimed ns they hied themselves to the bench. About 1200 people, the largest baseball crowd in years, saw the exhibition. Between boosting for the girls and roasting the umpire everybody had a good time and what the contest lacked In real baseball it more than made up in Interest and amusement. Hugo McKlnley was the "fall guy". The girls got real angry and one time Fay Howard, ^he scrappy little third baseman threatened to walk over and jump on Hugo's toes. Oh, piffles! Birdie Carleton, the first baseman, who is built like a truck horse and has been playing the national game ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Rio Bravo Oil Company. Location of principal place of business, San I Francisco, California. Location of j works, Kern County, California. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the nth day of September 1008, an asstsment of two (2) cent? i f> I-|PI-;CO" was put out I per share was levied upon all the ieoe of base subscribed capital fctock of the corpor- " ' iation, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the secretary, at the office of the company, No. 2270-A Make a noise. ; Market street near 16th street, San ' Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Monday, LEGAL. ly don't give them all the beat of it. What do you want, the whole cheese?" Tho Blomers' second baseman had nearly every one's goat. "She" was gotten up just like women folks and when Charlie Bare endeavored to put 'her" out at first he tapped ,her on the ankle. But "she" was a man and hardly anybody knew It. "She" is so used to wearing ladies' rigging that none of his action, except when he •heaved a ball from center field to home, gave him away. "Blondie" In left field was the bleachers' delight. While Blondie did not play much ball she did a lot of talking and roasting and every time she protested with a "What?" to Mr. Umpire's "Strike" it was good for a roar. The ;nen, those garbed In men's uniforms, are good ball players and Buckner, the twlrler, had a south paw delivery that was a fooler to the Ba- kersfleld lads. Morton at short has played many a good game. The first run of the game was made In the second Inning when 'Brown scored for Bakersfield and Kuehn got in in the second. In the sixth the "goils" had lots of excitement and got around four times. Bakersfleld made It 4 to 3 In their half and tied .the the score in the eighth. In the tenth Brown came up and hit over third bag i or two bases and went to third on an overthrow. Gillespie slammed one through short stop and Brown scored, winning the game. The girls handled themselves all right at the bat and while they could swing the club and with good effect Rome times, they were not much like automobiles ortlr.rv tin distance nn-1 a number of good base hits went tor naught by the batters being thrown out before they could reach first. Piano Tuning Leave orders at BAER'S DRUG STORE, corner of 19th street, and Chester avenue, for L. GARTMAN, the professional piano tuner, located in Bakersfield 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 . _______ since she was sweet sixteen (how At Tehachapi Saturday the moun- many years ago?) had the best line of tain boys were the victors by the baseball talk heard here since the lit-, score of 11 to 8. tie Weseda Japs performed stunts In PLAYING BALL AT THE UNIVERSITY Reginald Stoner and Wilfred Forker, two Bakersfield hoys who are freshmen at the University of California, are members of the baseball training squad at the university and are play| ing good ham-ball. The two lads . composed the battery of the local high I school tenm last year. While they are Jvotin.il players they have done well In I the few games they have played in ! in the north and already have gained eniponiry positions on the 'varsity team. Stoner has been used behind the hat while Forker was in the field and got one try in the box. delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction; and, unless payment s made before, will be sold on Friday, the 20th day of November, 1908, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. . By order of the Board of Directors. W. C. GRAVES, Secretary of Rio Bravo Oil Company, office 2270-A Market street, San Francisco, California. 9-12 NOTICE. I. E. J. Hummel, of the County of LEOAU 190S, for the purchase of Six bonds it! the £«?nom! intlon of $r.00.00 r.ici . o; t'-.p Kruiivf!.^ School District Alameda, State of California, the preg. "f KITH County. Sui I bsni-ls wove is- out owner of the land hereinbelow described, do hereby give notice that I will, on the 17th day of October, 1908, apply to the Register of the State Land Offic Niie.i by mid Board <\'. der :.i! ! in accord;.rive sion o! inclusiv tin- provl- and Offlcr. nt ^Sacramento, Califor- Sinti- ft' Californi a, for a d'lnHeate certificate of pur- w 'th nn order of •hnso, No. Sectlor.s 1 !••>•' :•.!'I 1S.->, both •, of the Political Code, of the California and in conformity said board passed issued to Ernest J. i 12. 1'JOS. and b«?:ir I"' 1 ' '-' ( ' u! '" in ' !IIJ . , . Hiimnirl, daicd April 20, 1900, on lo-' tnt> rat(; of cation No. -',;,. ^ Visalia Land District |"ntil p;iid, interest ()ayable on the 30th ""• ' ' for all of Hvtlr-n 36, Twp. 29 S., H. 22 K.. M. n. M.. In the County <,fj Kern, State of California, containing! 640 acres. } Date of first, publication, Sept. 1C, DOG LICENSE NOTICE. Notice in hcreljv uiven to all nor- sons pwnlne and Uoepine does, within the limits of tht> Cltv of BalterwnVUl tnat License, Taps tor the vear, 1S«)s. S^ "P w , re /}. llv ") r delivery at the of"Pe of the Citv Clerk, in the bacement of Producers Savings Bank buildlntr. and on nftpr the loth dav of ary. I will nroceed to Impound all does found running on the streets that year the llcense taK tor r\ » i ,-'•"•• <-<-'A. Poumlmaster. Dated January 9. 1908. Richardson Mineral Springs Unexcelled for Rheumatism, Stomach and Kidney Trouble. Ask your friends about them or write for booklet to J. H. Richardson, Chico, Cal. PATENT! PATENTS—Hazard A Straus*. Patent book rr*« APPULCATION FOP. ORDER TO SELL CERTAIN MINING CLAIMS BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF FRANK LASS, DECEASED? In tlip Punerlor Court of tlu> Ktnto of California, in and for the County of Korn. In the matter of the estate of Frank "••-!. •Vc'oji.-P'l. •V. V AJfCinti. itdmlnistrator of the estate of Frank I.ass. deccnsod. hav- •••\'! illpd his nc'titlon her" 1 ", nravlne :Vir, :in order of sale of all the mlnine 'rl decedent, for in his net it Ion. SCHOOL BONDS FOR SALE. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California, made Sept. 12, 1908, sealed bids -will he 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 un der and in accordance with the provisions of sections 1880 and 1888 both inclusive, of the Political Code of the State of California, nnd 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 1.1 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 any 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 to the Chairman of the said Board of Supervisors of Kern County. The check or deposit will be returned in case of rejection of bid, and be forfeited to said Lone Tree School Dis trlct if the bidder neglects to pay for the bonds he bids for within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of the bid. Upon the opening of the said bids said bonds will lie sold to the hlKhf"-( and best bidders for cash, in li. f. t;old coin, sublet to the above pro visions. The said Board of Supervisors reserving the right, to reject any and all bids. All bids are to be addressed to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California. nnd indorsed "Proposals for Bonds." By order of the Board of Supervisors 'of the County of Kern, State of California. (Seal) NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. .McJCIttrick Oil ComDailv. Location nl nlace of business. Bakers- at a on the LEGAL elven that rectors held i "'fgnner or me Directors held o 15th day of August. 1908. an assess" pent of two cents per share was lev- !SSLVP on tho fai'ital stock of the cor- ngration. navabie Immediately In United States cold coin to the secretary of said corporation.at the office of the company room 307. Producers SovlncB Bank bu IdiW Bakersflejd. California. Any .stock upon which this ass till remain unpaid on the 1 gnte.mber. lj)Q8. will be del iiadt ipent shall remain iinnaid day of September. 19W. wuT be'delfn. SH«nL' ln l», l 'V. e J,'L s ? ( U°L«alPti< u'Mlc 'erore. wll be sold on t{ie lOth ..„ „. )ctober. inns, to nay tlie dellnoufnt - " with cost of ad- of sale. 1 f Directors. Secretary. . . assessment, toeether : :or an order of sale of i Claims belonuintr to sal j the imn>o'«'« set forth It is therefore; ordered bv the Judge of Faid.Court that all net-sons iuterest- TO NEW YORK THROUGH Orange Orovea of South- f * ern Califorma; Cotton Fields of Texas and Louisiana. FOUR AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED BTEAMER8 ASK AMY AGSNT all uersons niterost- if said Frank t.a* pd in the estnte of said Frank I.a'ss. rleci ised. iiiiimiir before the snid Su- neri'ir Court on Mondav. the 2nd miv of November. 1908. at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon of said dav at the court room of snid Suuerlnr Court. Detvir-t- nient No. 2, thereof, in the Citv of Itn- kprsfleld. County of Kern. State of Cnllfornla. to show cause why an or- i de>- ohonm not be rranted to the s-ild administrator, to sell all of the mlnini; ; r-inims Imlonirlne to the estate of said HnnpaHP'1. ,nt nrlvite sale, find that a copy of this order be published at , H'liHt lour successive weeks In the i Bnkei-Kfleld Californlan. a newspaper of i-eneral clrciilntion, p'-inted and published County of Dated th in the Kern. is 2Gth Citv of Bakersfleld. State of Callrornln. dav of Sent.. 1908. PAUL W. BENNETT. .„_ of the Superior Court. lCO J'. ?tt_nrney for admlnl"'" 1 '9-26 _, Jud Thos S tor, Bakersfield. Cal. an C BRc cp. room No. 307."Producer's Snv bulldine. corner Nln.etee. " The date of delinquency of the above Saturday, sale Directors U. BRO "FR. r -"»tirv. assessment is tiostnoned to Satu September 26th. .->ml of delinquent to October 17th. MIOS. By order of the '> '>m-d of " DELINQUENT SALE NOTICT. _ Eoiiallty Oil Comnanv. Mention o' Prlncln'il Place of Business. S:m Frun- Clsco, California. Notice.—There are delinquent nwon the followlmr described stock, on nc- cpunt of Assessment. (No. 7> levied on thelSth dav of Ausrust. 1908. the several, amounts *et einiosite the nmiiea of the respective shareholdcrB. ns fol- of e.-u-h year, out of and •ONI the building fund ot said School i.:-ri(t. upon pveseiit-ittou nnd stir- •ndi.'i- to the TK -avui'i'i' of s-ii.l County of the Interest coupons. S.ii 1 bonds arc to IP nuiiuiori'd consecutively 1 to u inclusive and .- .• in number at? follows: Bond No. 1, Five Hundred DoiKirt,, - years from date. Bond No. 2, Five Hurulve.; 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, 6 years from date. Bond No. 6, Five Hundred Dollars, 7 years trom 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 accdm- Danled by a certified check, or cash deposit in \he sum of at least ten per cent of the amount of the bid, payable to the chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County. The said check or deposit will be returned In case of rejection of bid, and be forfeited to said Frultvale School District if the bidder neglects to pay for the tionds he bids for within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of tho bid. Upon the opening of the said proposals said bonds will be sold to the highest and best, bidders for cash, In U. S. gold coin, subject to the above provisions. The board rcsei'vos the right to reject any or all bids. All bids or proposals are to be addressed to the Clefk of the Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California, and indorsed, "Proposals for Bonds." By order of the Board of Supervls o-.-s (>! l!:e County of Kern, State ol California. H. A. JASTRO, Chairman. Atte;:t: I. L. Miller, Clerk. (Seal) 9-1 lows: n.nj l f). jio No. No. iu» a. INU. isu. Name Cert Sns.Arnt Atkjnson. J. w "B-i r.r.o S2.75 Atkinson, J. W HI r,V 2.7' Complaint filed therein, within ta* days (exclusive of the day of aertioe) after service on yon ol this summon.'-, if served within said county; it eer«i;>: elsewhere, within thirty days. The said action is l-i-uiight to (!"'<?• inine a claim made bv said du feudal} la adversely to the plaintiff in anrt t« that certain In 1 , pie. <• m na.-ee! of V-.u'... situate, lying an 1 l>ein^ in tin Town n! Mo.iave, County of K'-yti. Sink- of Oi iforniii. and design - •- : • t.t Nir.n'.- 1 Nine (11) in Block Or,' ! luiui;-'-') i.; ri o! of .said To'.vn .-•'••;-M".V. '.-• '".-;. thereof, filed in Cue oflii-e. of ''",'• C :ii. ty Recorder of said Kern rounty, <;v the Third day of Match, !!>nr,; t c , compel tho said defendants in prmIi:M their title, if any they hiiv, to t^ii-i premises, and that, the .-aim-, and llw. i pretended claim, right, t.itle, inti>-,v.'». • :md estate of said defendants, ar.° also all other persons unknown clnira ng any right, title, estate, Hen, or Interest In the real property descriixvj, n the complaint, nnd hereinbefore '!«• scribed, adversely to plaintiff's owner ship, or any cloud upon plaintiff's U~ :le thereto, and each and all of then in and to said premises, and even" part thereof, may be adjudged and decreed to be invalid and void. That the said defendants and eacfc. of them may be barrpd of and from all right, title. Interest and estate la a*& to the said premises, and every part thereof; That the said plaintiff's title be adjudged and decreed to be a _ and valid one as against said defendants and each of them, and all persona claiming under said defendants nn& each of them, and for such otber and further relief as shall be Just oa* equitable as the nature of the caw), may require, as will more fully appear by the Complalut on file herein, and to which reference is here made an* for costs of suit And you are nereoy notified, UrtJL If you fall to so appear and answer,, the philntlff may tnke judgment tor any money or damages demanded the complaint as nrlMng upon contract, or will n,ipl.v to the court foe anv otber relief demanded in the- Cora- plaint. Witness my hand and the seal of tha said Superior Court, County of Kern. State of California, this 10th day c# April, A. D. 1»(>S. (goal) I. L. MILLER, Clcrfc By Ham Farris, Deputy Clerk. J. \V. P. Laird and Rowen Irwin, st- torneys for plaintiff. 8-»S Atkinson. J. \V 1 -13 1 §<> .75 Flvnn. Mrs. Knte 101 1100 5.51) Jureensen. Gustnv M. . .102 100 .50 Walker. David H 11? 100 .50 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors made on the 18th dav of Aneust. 190S. so many shares of each narcel of such stock r<s mav be necessary will be sold at nubile auction ot the office of the Company. No, 642 Lacuna street. San Francisco. Cnllfornla. on SaturViv the Kith dav of October. 1908. at the hour or 12:30 o'clock n. m.. of snid d»v. to nav said delinnnent iisses'sinent t'lere- on. together with costs of advertising ami o cO 1 M CARL W. MULLER. Hpcretarv Koiiiiiitv Oil IOUHK.IIV. Oflk"- No. «-ia Laauna street. San Knincisco. O.')ltfonii;i. H-21 H. A. JASTRO, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Attest: 1. L. Miller, Clerk. 9-1 G INOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. Notice is hereby given thUt the undersigned, Maxwell McNutt, trustee of the estate of B. A. Hayden, bankrupt, will sell, pursuant to an order duly given and made on the 2d day of September, A. D., 1908, by Milton .1. Green, Esq., referee In bankruptcy for the District Court of the United StatoB for the northern district of California, the real property hereinafter described, with the improvements therp.on, belonging to the estate of said bankrupt, free and clear of any NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ?!s7 r )te of Mattcrir K. Calto-;. -Icf-cased Nonce Is berebv trlveFi hv thf> tin- •Icrsla-ni"!. i-xeculor of the estato of % '.-!-.-'le ri. l.'altes. deceased, to tlie •"rc-IItors ()f. and /ill iiei-Hons l-.-'vlnir iu.'tniiRt tile .-,-1! 1 deceise-1. to exliil'lt tiieiu voiichers. within hin fo iori of ur the niililleatiori of' thii' notice, to the si'ld ovecntor. at the office of (iforee Flournoy In the Stoner Block, corner of 17th street and ChoKlfr aveniu>. in tlie Citv of Brtki'rsfie.UI. Kern COIIIH.V. Calitprnia. the s.'imo beinu- the inane for the transaction pf the business of ih<» said estatn In the said County of Kem. State of c " pl ^ L1; ; 3ALTR .;, Eyecutor or the p"tnto of Ma'cRfe R. (Inltep. deceased. ,, _ Dated at BukerHtield. September 2". ASSESSMBTVT NOTICE. Burks Oil Company.—I-ocatlon oi principal place of businesn, Oaklanl, California. Locntlon of property, Kern county, California. Notice Is hereby filven. that at a mcotlifg of the directors, held on the 18th day of July, 1908. av. asBesmnont (No. S) of one cent per share was levied upon the capital ,-tock of the corporation, payable Immediately to the secretary at the office of the cor poratlon, room 20, lOBK Broadway. Oakland, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain and all lien or Hens, Incumbrance or I unpaid on the 26th day of August, .ncumbr^ncos, to the highest and n 90S, will be delinquent and advertised host bidder therefor, upon the following terms and conditions. 1. All bids to be In writing, sealed, and addressed to the said trustee at No. 110 Sutler street, San Francisco, Each bid to be accompanied by E. H. WHITE Real Estate Insurance Notary Public. Publisher "Daily Report" Kern County Records. ilonuy to loan on good Security. Sole Agent Royal Insurance Company, a "Dollar for Dollar Company, with "D>1- lars left." 1803 Chester Avenue Phone Main 905 Cal. 2. certified check for ten per cent (10%) of the amount of the bid. 3. No bid will be received later than 12 o'clock noon of the 20th day of October, 1908. 4. The trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 5. Sale subject to confirmation by the court, and to be for cash United States gold coin, upon confirmation by the court. C. 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 .T. Green, Esq., referee In bankruptcy, in the United States Postoffice and Court House building, Seventh and Mission streets, San Fran&aco, Cal. 7. Deed, instruments of title, abstract of title, and other, documents*, at expense of purchaser. Tho following Is a description at tho real property to be sold: Lot 3 in block 274 (formerly block 2 north range 1 west) In the City of Bakersfield. according to tho map of for Bale at public nue.'ion, nnd, unless payment Is made before, will be sold on the 14th day of September, 1908, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. A. A. SMITH, Secretary. Office, 1068 Broadway, Oakland, Cal- ifornla, room 20. 7-26 POSTPONEMENT. ': STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. 1 Norke »» hereby given that the reg- uter Rtuiwl meeting of the stonkhold- I era of the "Section Twenty-Five OH Company' will be held on Monday I October 8th, 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m at the ofllee of the company, 1503 NlBotoenCti afreet, Bofcewfteld,, fomla, SM* f, I City of Bakersfleld, Korn County, .California, filed In the office of the County Recorder of Kara County, California. November 2F,th, 1!»08.' To- Bother with the improvements there- The date of the delinquency of the above assessment has been postponed until Thursday, September 10, 1908, ami the day of sale under said aREess inent has been postponed until Mon day, September 28, 1908, at the same hour and place. I By order of the Board of Directors. Dated August 25, 1908. A. A. SMITH. Secretary Burks Oil Company. Office 1008 Broadway, Oakland, Cnllfornla, room 20. POSTPONEMENT. The date of delinquency of the above assessment has been postponed until Tuesday, September 2ft, 1908; and the day of sale under said assessment has been postponed until Monday, October 19, 1908. By order of the Board of Directors. Dated, Sept. 8, 1908. ' A. A. SMITH. Secretary. Office IOCS Broadway, Oakland. Cal- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Cellncia A. liandlett, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Celinda A. Randlett, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having i laims against said deceased, to ex- hlblt them with the necessary vouchers, 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 County at the Court City of Bakersfield, House in the Kern County, California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of the said estate in the said County at 2 p. m. NOTICE OF MEETINGS. Notice Is hereby given that t!» annual meetings of the stockholder* of the several canal companies bokrw named, for the purpose of electing lirectors and the transaction of such, other business as may be brought before the meeting. wfll be hold at 1U» office of said Company, Kern County Land Company's office building, cea> ner of 19th and H streets, BnkersQeM., California, at the dates and hours Bet opposite their respective names: Kern River Canal and IrrtgatlQg, Co.. Oct, 3, 1908, at 2 p. re. Gooee Luke Canal Co., Oct. C, of Kern, State of California. W. A. McOINN. Administrator of the estate of Celinda A. Randlett, deceased. Dated at 10th, 190S. Bakersfleld, September 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- lie Administrator and Coroner of Kern County at the Court City of Bakersftnld, House in the Kern County, California, the same beini? the place for the transaction of the business of the said estate In tho said County of Kern, Rtate of California. W. A. McGlNN. ' Administrator of the estate of Ralph Bower, deceased. Dated nt Bakersfleld, September 10th, 1908. 9-11 James & Dlxon Canal Co., Oci. S., 1908, at 3 p. m. Pioneer Canal Co., Oct. C, 1998, s£ !! p. m. Joyce Canal Co., Oct. 5, 1908, at U a. m. Plunkett Canal Co., Oct. C, 1908, «C 11 a. m. Anderson Canal Co., Oct. 1, !!)(/£, -at 11 a. m. Buenn Vista Canal Co., Oct. 7, l(Wi» at 3 p. m. Gates Canal Co., Oct. 2, 1908, at U. a. in. Stlne Canal Co., Oct. 2, 1!»OR, at 3 ?- m. James Canal Co., Oct, 7. 1908, at U F. G. MUNZEtt. Sec. to above named Canal Companhst. Kern County Land Go's Office Bnttfi- Ing, corner lUtb and H utroets, Bate- ensfleld, Calif. ?•« NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ~"* "V^* f f ,'«J ^u£^. • jfl , -r• •»-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 25th dny of August, 1908, an assessment of one dollar per share was levied upon the subscribed capital Block of the corporation, payable Immediately in United States gold coin to the secretary of said company at Its office, Wascn, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on September 30, 1908, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment la made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the 20th day of October, 1908, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and expenses of In the Superior Court t nnd for tin County of Kern, Stale of California. In IS? matter of the on tut* of Louil M. Diiikelspiel, dr.'< caMMl. Notice in hereby given by the BW« dot-signed administrators, with ttMt will annexed, of the estuUj of Louis K. Dinkelsplel, deceased, to the creditor*, of, nnd all persons having claim* against the said deceased, to exblbdt them with the iiecpssmry vouchem within ten months after tlie first licatlon of this notice, at the office flft Fred E. Bortoh, rooms 203, 204, Producers Savings Bank building, In tlMt City of Bakersfleld, County trt Keren, State of California, the same being tin place for the transaction of the bu*- ini'.BH of said estate in sa'd County. EUGENIE F. D1NKELSPIEL, MELVILLE PURTH, Administrators with the will of the estate ot Louis M. deceased. Dated, BakerBfleld, September 3, 9-3 sale. 8-26 ALFRED B. JORDAN, Secretary. SUMMONS. on. Further particulars may be had at the office of the attorneys for the trustee, Messrs. Jellett ft Moyersteln, French Bank building, 110 flutter St., San Cal. Ifurnla. room 20, 9-9 OfeMfee. ««o«k SCHOOL BONDS FOR SALE Hy order of t.he Board of Hupervte- OI-H of Kern County, California, mnde Sept 12, 1!>08, sealed propOBiiIs will )K> received lit the ofO.oe of tht* Olfirk of the Board of UuperviBors of said Count/, at Sw Oouit horn*, «p to cine Improvement corporation; also nil sons mjkown clalmiiiK 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 Pa- Company, a other per- any right title, estate, Hen, or IntercHt In the real property described In the complaint adverw to plaintiff's owne.rship, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto, defendants. The people of the State, of California send Keeling to the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, a corporation, The Pacific Improvement Company, a corporation; the Western Development Company, a corporation; also HAWKING MACHINES. Catarrh Sufferers Are Nothing art Hawking, Spitting and Blowing Machine*, Says an Authority. IB it possible that. In these da.« when cleanliness and sanitary refornc la being preached In tho entire-net schools and at puhlic gallicrings, t.hsn. thousands of people will coutlnue t*< suffer from catarrh, when there is ;»i absolutely oerlaiu rcim.-dy always i«t hand. Hyornol (pronounced a pleasant, medical* d and air. Breathi- II la and it will i.-uru tarrh. It wiil stop foul breath, water 1 eyes and cuiFts in the not?c iu a fe* days. "1 suffered from mlarrli for twta years--: tried numerous rerm<lieH whMs failed; um (1 one and oiu»-liiilf bottles of llyomei and am entirely cured."— C. N'. Liiiilsy. 407 Ktif-t Vlr*t Avis,, ••* *.-"**! »"«»•.. , M »_WI [JVJl til llf]J , (U?M'|m.|> |._.. y r» all other persons unknown clalmlru; j • 1HCIlul> any risht, tilln, BHhtto, lion, or Inter A complete Hymoim-i outfit, cons'Wt- st in the real property dei-'c.rlbed in in« of a strong, hard rubber poctast the complaint advertw to pla!;.;ift"ri ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto, defendants. You are hereby required to appear tn an notion brought against you by thio above named plaintiff, in the Superior 9ourt of the County of Kern, . . _ of Q4t State <•* •bUforata, and to answer the lidiali'r ami a bottle o( Hyomcl, t-ostfi only $1, and extra bottles, If after wards neodod, (.-out only 5(1 <'tmts eaclt, Haei- Bros. w\\ it and guarantee it t«: do exactly aw ndvertlacd. Miyouot ahio «ur«ia Attlhina, Bro» cjtttlg, •c»8*^ 1 Golds and

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