The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 29, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 29, 1908
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THE BAK35RSFIELD CALIPORNIAN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908. Authentic Styles 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 suits. The new suits we're showing now for fall 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 vvho 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 frcm$10 to $30. \ I Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue ] Inci,!!,-,v •;'.;•),'.' the iary;e>t ami must v;M'i''«; -.tuck in Hakerstield. Which. 111. ••> :."•••. adit!:'* uf tile ^rreatevt opimrl'iniiy ni' eliniev. Mdsl '•!;]<• lit' stvli'.S. Priees the lowest. The imp satisfnctory ~t"fe in which i<> '<iiy Eats and Hair Goods Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue CITY BRIEFS Dr. Carson Improved. ! i .1 l <•••» son and Henry W. <\,i,i1,s j,,;.,. ,-', M irn- <;il from several w. . l<s I,,,.,, h;<eH tour in the mountains ,,f i| M , m,-,',"...'u- ... In'Za,,,::" ""•' '•-""»—" I Killed a Buck, \iilnn \Vi V»T |, s ] returned from Calieme. y,i,, •,'. H1 ,.,,',,[. i pany with John inple\ i , „•,,', , ,. big buck. ' ' ••••.! At the Fresno Fair. \i 'i i,•,, , . ,. in his new Kissel K.u. with I W \•', •' alider and others, h u fm ).-,,.,,,, M inornliiu, to attend t!.e nnm- , i . ',!" Charley Hustlllos i>, ali-.,i r .,. ,-;.".' ',', j fur ihe week, and \\'il!ia--i I-.:-, i i | Kussell and A. W. Mad; . ....';•; -,,;, ',. ably •;() ill' toinorrnw I'm- :,,'.' Autoists on Trips. U. K I' i \ Hi Create to Mnrlrupa i ; ,.. lo ,'itend a case. r. !•;. i,, ;, ; . nut on the run to MeKi'.iii ,: . • party of oil men. -»»-». .. - .. BIG FOREST FIRE RAGING NtAH SAN JCSE 3AN .IOSK, Cal., Sept :';i.—.\ ,;,.. i-lructlve forest lire is swtepltif; tin f'alaveraw Vulle\ and ih' 1 iiioiiiita.ins. i twelve niilos tiurtheasterly troni tbib, city. tiniKH and trees are tn.-lii 1 ; de- ' Hlroyeil and severul settlers' iiomes' are la danger. The llre.s started from the car«le.ssncKM of hunter*, aud in working U|J the rldftes and oauyoiiH to- Mount Hauilltun. On Training of Boys and Girls Judge Wilbur of l.oa Angeles, ;m acknowledged authority on the (mining of boys, is coming to Bakersfield on October 1st, and will lecture here under the auspices of the Woman's Chili. The visitor will talk 11* 2:30 at the Woman's (.Mill) hall on "The Care and Training of Hoys ,,,i\ Mlrls," this lecture betns to Wuiiien. In the evening, »t the t'liliyi' ciaircll, .Incite Wilbur will ad'lte.-s the general public. The lectures are free t o all. and a cordial invitation I- extended to the public by the club, through its officials, Mrs. K. S. Ktce arid Mrs. W. 1.. Uixon. LITTLE CHICKS THAT SWIM THE CANAL. Torn RrooUs is the possessor of three little chicks that make a practice iif swimming across the East Side canal, a distance of about twenty-five loot. During the day they cross the canal whore they have been in the habit of finding feed and when night overtakes them, in stem! of going around t" ilio bridge they swim across. First one given a tow! cackle and jumps in aud tbu rest follow. It la a funny bight and has eaueed no little O. H. Hawn of Fresno is stopping at the Arlington. Stanley Warde Home, brother of Hilly Home, IB in town today from San Francisco. Mrs. John F. Stanley hes returned from a pleasant outing at Oakland. H. W. Kllpstein nan returned from a business trip to Los Angeles. W. 1.. Dooiey. a bus^iess mini of Tehachapl is a visitor here. Miss Kffle (i'fKl!ey and Miss Florence Mess returned this morninu after a three months' slay in Colorado. * POLITICAL CARDS. * * •£• * * «S« * * .5. .5..;..;. .5,.}. .5. .5. .,. ... $ FOR SUPERVISOR. I herewith announce my candidicy for re-election to the office of Supervisor of the Fi'st Supervisorial Dis- trcit, subject to the decision of the Kcmibllcun nominating convention N. P. PETERSEN. Oil Fields Delivery Coinr-iyiiij; with the r(-c|iiest of htindi'eds of our atrous of this (!!>•• rit't, ooinnifticiiij.' Oct. 1st, \vc iiiaii^nrntt 1 a new daily (Iwlivt ry service in the Kern Kiver Oil Fields. Our rerescii- tiitive will eall on yon, \Ve shall lie pleased to extend jionih'y eyedit to nil responsihle oil lield otnployes. Yieit- wantB in every deartinent of the store will l u . i>\ Vi > }) se])cin ; . personal, attention hy a new service ost aside in O i u . Keiliri'.' Force, especially for fjicilitiitiny tho liust ainl quickest r(«uU^ in ^'injunction with our new delivery service. At yi'iir servico. The man will c.\|ilain to you.

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