THE BAKERSFIELD OALIPOBNIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. Good Clothes—Nothing Else, Makes Our -.-•'• «.,'!' -9i^F ..i.,..-. . • ^ \ Suit Business Very Fast Our methods here are the kind you'd adopt if you were running die business yourself. Prompt atteri- tfon, prompt deliveries, prompt adjustments if anything's wrong. Add to that the standard of high quality—good clothes and nothing else; you don't wonder tha t our business grows very fast. You should; now buy your new suit here and choose it from our fine assortment of Stein-Bloch clothing. Prices $10 to $30, NOTICE OF MEETING. Notice IH herobv invcn that the annual ineotini: of stockholder* of the Surlritffleld Oil ('oiuitiuiv will >«• helu at Its otnce. moiii No. 1. Producers SiiylniiH Hank bnlldini;. Ilakersfield. Cjillloriiiil. on T/inrsdiiv. Dccemnei- 2-lth. , 1IHIK, at :! o'clock u. in. ot !<aid (lav. tor the ('lection ot a hoard ni m rectors mid such other business its l before the NEWSPAPER MEN READY inav be broiiuhl meeiinu. eeu. .-,.„ A. T. UCHTNKK. See,. Ofllee room No. 1. IVoiltiri- rs «;••, us Hank hiiildliii:. corner I'UU .md il Streets. Baliersfleld. California. 1"-] I In bua('ball All e;||ldld"ies ;u'e |-e.|ile-te.| l() be JIIV. fill IK > ! M')H.I,,\ '.;]'•!• :.' ' |, m. at the Armory for initiation, and also to call at office of the clerk, at and skui luiteiv., etc. In mni! :u'.-, .,,'.. lay Mond;:;, !iO:i 110 T F. H-i.;., d, •: * PMNT VOIJR v .us. t> House pulnthiR IH my Bpoeteii- •» * ty. I «BO noti,IIIK 1>\.I tin> I'e.-f •; * material*, guarantee r;.y wf,rk ^ * ami charge reasiouubie i,>:-i * I. D. MEREDITH. Contract -•< t * 211V » 8V Pnrrr Main if'.' Candies have just put in a line of those fine cau- dles awarded five gold medals throughout the world for quality. Try some. Annett's Bakery 16271Mb St. Time— -:;iO Sunday. Place.— Hecreulioii Park. i''.vf.'itt- -('iilll'orniuivKi.-ho game. ( )!iji.-ct - Christ m;\s charity. It' • pi i-i i". in li' 1 a I'iist i;amc all i ;-.-.. !r :•! ;!:•'!'. and there'll be jnnt the. : anie in'' !'•:,! in winning out that I!H f i,- in lietlinu a u(.'\vs|iaiK'r ncoop; ' i!'i s-itiie > Hurt and I hi; .same rivalry. ' A 1 .; I the public Kccins to understand '!:;!. jni!i;ln!? from tlie way tiic tickets ure i-ll 1 .!!).'. One jirlnter sold an oven ' .' ...... ii ye-'ieixlay ill walking dov.-n tin! street, and all tho printers find it easj ' -.•'.:iin: IM i aii>.' the people want to -want in i-.ee hnw the. men \\lio wrllfl tlii' iu'ws and run Hit! linotypes ami yet the Mils and run tho presses can acquit themselves on the diamond. And the prin! ers ami wrlters'll a i-'ooil account ol themselves. Never douht that. Wallace Morgnn lias learned all the rules of Hie game, and 1 some more besides, and he's going to ! hold down the first bag for the Echo i itlne In the stylo most approved. Dude, j Wear already has an offer to nlgn as a b'B leaguer and MHlard and the rest of the boys In the other office are In gerat form. But the, active young men at the i Callfornian and some who are neither ! BO young nor so active, are Just as j confident and are undismayed by the rtptrta that trickle in about the vlval nine's speedy players. Homer Hicks j was a groat player In the spring of '89 or thereabouts and he says practice tins restored all his old cunning on the diamond. There's Alexander and Benson, who used to do things to VI- salla and Hanford, and there's Harris and Johnny Moore and some others, to nay nothing of the editor, who will don a uniform And be In tha box when Umpire Galloway says "Play ball." If you haven't bought a ticket, do it. Or if yon forge.t the ticket come anyway; your momy'll be good at the sate. I-- C. i' 'fn.s'.vorh is here from Vi C. L. Claflln last evening appeared in Judge oennett s court and in behalf of the bond holders of the Buckeye Refining Company asked for the ap- I polntment of a receiver. J. W. Cros- i land was named for such receiver and ihe took possession last evening. j He has appointed George Calhoun as his agent, a nd the latter is again In charge. Public sale and barb&cue at the Wible orchard,. Tuesday, December 15th. ' \i 5 J. S. Reynolds was a visitor from during the first week in January. C. L. Jones la reported ill lit his home on Kern street. STOCKHOLDER'S ANNUAL MEETING. The rcKiilar meetine of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Bakersfield will be held at their ba ins. house in the City o? at .o clock D. m Santa Glaus Fins heeii to sen us already and left (ovs lotv. Ht'iitejih.. little tots in atul (lieir delight will tell you what to get them for Christmas, AVc have everything their dear littlo hearts could wish for, and our prices, too, will please von.
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