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The Californian from Salinas, California • 8

Publication:
The Californiani
Location:
Salinas, California
Issue Date:
Page:
8
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PAGE EIGHT SALINAS DAILY INDEX WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910. Turn In Here- This Is the Road KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES FOR SPRING PANOCHE The Sugar and the Candy See them in our window. Oleomargarine is a good substitute for butter (when you cant get butter. White and brown sugar Pano-che," so-called Is a fair imitation, but We have the real the genuine Panoche. See the cones of raw sugar in the original rushtand willow iack-Ing case direct from old Mexico.

There they tap the tree, draw the sap, boll It down and run It into the little conical molds of sugar, just as you see them in our window. Here we make it up into a whole-some, toothsome candy with the real Panoche flavor. SEE THE SUGAR. EAT THE CANDY. 40 CENTS THE POUND) The Candy Folks P.

K. Joy J. H. Phillips 230 Main St. Tel.

Main 65 It you want to get on the straight, sure Toad to independence and power come In with your "savings and walk out with a pass book. It 13 the road where you will always And good company a road that every successful man in or out of business has been over. Are you Interested? We will welcome you, even tho It is but a start of a single dollar. THE MAN WHO WANTS TO KEEP EVEN WITH THE SEASON AND DOWN TO THE MINUTE IN STYLE WITHOUT PAYING TOO MUCH FOR THE PRIVILEGE HAD BEST MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS JUST IN FROM THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER. THEY ARE THE BEST VALUES MONEY CAN BUY.

STYLES FOR FANCY MEN WHO WANT SOMETHING DIS. TINCTIVE SMART BUSINESS STYLE, THE WARWICK AND SUFFOLK, THE CHESTER EVERY LINE EXPRESSES DISTINCTIVE CHARACTER. CALL AND EXAMINE THESE MODELS. PRICES RIGHT AND EQUAL TO THE BEST TAILOR MADE. S.

H. Cowell of Santa Crus was an arrval last evening at the Hotefl Bardin. G. P. Henry is In town from King City and Is a guest at ithe Hotel Bardin Mr.

and Mrs. W. L. Wifey and their son were visitors in Salinas yesterday from Soled ad. Miss Mabel Wallace has returned to San Francisco after a visit in this city with her parents.

Justice and Mrs. David Wallace. Coroner H. Muller made a business visit to Soledad ycSsterday, ro-turning last evening. Constable John P.

McKeon, who wa here yesterday on official business, returned home this morning. W. C. Hamilton, a harness maker of King City, Is In town on business. He Is stopping at the Hotel Abbott.

Attorney J. Sherman Wolff of Monterey, accompanied by Mrs. Wolff, was a guest yesterday at the Hotel Bardin. A. G.

Winston and Leroy D. Lacey of Monterey were In town yesterday on bu.dness. They returned, to the old capital last evening. MI si) Marguerite Alexander, daughter of Judge and Mrs. J.

K. Alexander, left this morning for fian Jose, where 'she is pursuing musical studies. PORTER IRVINE 210, 212 214 Main St. Monterey County Bank CAPITAL and SURPLUS $200,000.00 on Welcome HomeFor Lockwood Couple Loma Prieta Lumber Company. Important Notice The office of the company is now permanently located at their lumber yard, where In future all business will be transacted.

We hope to see our old customers and as many new as will kindly favor us with their patronage, always remembering that in giving good material, accompanied by square dealing, we Fine Magazines Get the April issue of the Ladies Home Journal and the Womans Home Companion. They are very Interesting numbers. Shelf Paper Lace edge paper in live different colors, at 5c and 10c roU. Ornamental Crepe Paper For decorative purposes, very pretty designs 10c roll Archers Variety Store 224 Main Street Edison Phonographs We have the Edison Phonographs from 12.50 to $200. Now is the time to have one on your ranch and enjoy the latest up to date music, both lnstru-mental and vocal.

You' dont need to come to town to hear the latest; you can have it right In your own home. April records, both 2 and 4 minute, are now on sale. 1 ft LOGANS MUSIC STORE Phone Main 423 330 Main St HEW TO THE LINE AND LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY. D. Rickard of Watsonville, a gentleman prominently connected with oil explorations, has returned home after a visit of several days In this city.

R. M. Shackelford, manager of the Southern Pacific Milling company, waft in town yesterday from San Miguel and was a guest at the Hotel Abbott Mrs. Guy Wilson of Oak Grove, Monterey, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J.

D. Amaral, returned home this morning. She was accompanied by Mrs. Amaral. Mrs.

Ellen F. Marven of Minneapolis, who has been visiting her slater, Mrs. Anna D. Fitch, has started on her return trip. Mrs, Fitch accompanied her as far as San Francisco.

M. D. Sanchez, owner of a number of valuable horses, was In town from Monterey last evening. He left on the ia'e train for his home In 6an Miguel. Mr.

Sanches will allow his horses to remain In Monterey for the present Mr. and Mrs. C- T. Gydlson arrived lu Salinas last evening from San Francisco and are guests of the latter's mother. Mr.

Gydlson" will, within a short time, establish a new drug store on Main street, between Alisal and San Luis. Joseph P. Dougherty, formerly manager of the Salinas office of the Western Union Telegraph company, who was recently married In Minnesota, arrived here Sunday, accompanied by his bride. They are guests of Mr. Dougherty's parents.

Mrs. Laura McGuire of this city was summoned to Bakersfield last Monday by the serious illness of her son, Harry 'Mcdttlre. The young man was recently placed In a sanitarium at that plare for the purpose of undergoing an operation, but his condition became such that the operation could not be performed. A pleasant receikion was accorded the home coming couple, Mr. and Mrs.

John A. Helnsen of Lockwood, after their sojourn in the sunny south.where they spent their recent honeymoon. The affair took place at the residence of the brides -parents, Mr, and Mrs. B. J.

Relwerts of Homes valley, who were ably assisted in their noted hospitality by their charming daughters, Miss Lena and Blanche. Invited guests gathered from far and near, who, after customary congratulations end social chats, eat down to an elegant -banquet, -to which they all did ample justice. Good humor prevailed and appropriate toaats went around the table, which were of a congratulatory nature, winding up with a Hock aollen eie leben at every finish. Music, consisting of both classic and dancing, was ably rendered by that price of good fellows, G. Wldeman of Bradley, assisted by tihe Misses Rie-werts and Mr.

Widemans charming little daughter, Miss Dorothy. Rut ithe befet of friends must part and when the clock struck oclock a m. the guests departed to their respective homes, thanking the kind host and hostess for their zeal and endeavor, which marked the day spent as one of the most pleasant treats your writer has had the good fortune to partake of. Among those present were Mr. an 1 idrs.

B. J. RieWerts, Mr. and Mrs. d.

A. Helnsen, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.

Hein-sn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Glau. Mr.

and Mrs. G. Wldeman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.

Betts, Mr. and Mrs. H. Martlnus, the Misses Lana and Blanche Riewerts, Anna Arfsten. Josephine Fabry, Bessie Johnson, Katie Johannsen, Mary Wol-Ieson, Wldeman, Rose Paulsen, Mosers.

John Brody and Lawrence Rieworts, Simon and Phillip Martlnus, Joseph Rabry, Oluf Rraren, Jacob Wol-lesen, Robert Paulsen, Gus Wldeman, and Master Edwin Helnsen. 1 L. PORTER, AgenL Fine Stationery If you are looking for something new and nice in Papeterlei, go to Kessler's and look at the new tints and edges; also writing paper by the pound. Tabs I and Envelopes, Typewriter Supplies. Express Wagons, Wheelbarrow and Automobiles, Toys, Marbles and Kite i for the children.

Sewing Machines and Typewriter, on Installments. 328 Main St Spring Is Here Also the best lime to have those pictures iralc. Yiews, Post Cards, Kodak developing and Enlarging. All phone calls answered. C.

C. Coy Phone Black 3246. Leave kodak films at Masons Bazaar, Miss Hettie R. Glover I HAS A FULL LINE OF BEAUTIFUL SPRING MILLINERY 228 Lincoln Ave. Phone Red 3361 Closing ti Our Entire Line Of STRANSKi BR01VH.EIMMEL WRE and I 9 VOLLRATH ROBINS EGG BLUE 25 Per Cent Discount SPECIAL A SET OF 6 TABLE MATS IN OBLONG AND OVAL SHAPES.

MADE OF JAPANESE GRASS TO KEEP THAT HIGHLY POLISH- ED TABLE FREE FROM SCORCHING. SIX SIZES, SIX TO TWELVE INCHES LONG, FOR 30c SET OF SIX. TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY BUCKET IN THE The safe, clean, comfortable light Is electric l'ght. 143-tf Spend your money where you please as long aa you earn It honestly, but should you wish anything in my line give me a call and Ill endeavor to give you value received. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.

wish to announce that in -f addition to our usual baking, we ill in future provide HOT fresh bread every evening at 5 oclock, -f LEADER BAKERY. A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose for $2.50 Floors which are In too poor condition to be improved with varnish alone can be made to imitate a genuine hardwood floor with this new patented Graining System. This process does not require the services of a professional wood finisher. Hi Graining Tool takes the place of skill and can be successfully used by the inexperienced man or woman, thus making it possible for any one at a very slight expense to enjoy the luxury of a new hardwood floor. This Graining Compound when protected by one or two coats of Chi-Namel produces a surface that will out-wear any ordinary varnished floor, many times over The Chi-NmiH Denunstra.

-r w.l 1 bo at our store Tuesday and She will show you tow it Is don e. Drop in. WAHRLICH CORNETT CO. R. W.

Home STORE, 366 Main StreeL 500RN 00. MRS. THOMPSONS Rail Dressing Parlors CAHOON GEORGE TRANSFER CO. has bought the exclusive right to so- nail fainf, for bassage and is pre- nH6? truaks and baggage to and from all trains. We also do trans- draying and hauling Horn! kJtldS 0t2ce Phone Main 150.

Home phones Cahoon, Red 2872-George, Red 3431. 4512 00a00C0000000e00C0O0000C403o03COGX' We sell not only GAS and GAS SUPPLIES, ELECTRICITY and ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, but we sell SERVICE. Shampooing, Hairdressing, Manicuring," Singeing and Electric Scalp Massage. All kinds of Hair Work to order. Phone Main 429.

Archer Building, 224)4 Main Street FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND- CONFECTIONERY Fresh Peas, Xew Potatoes, Parsley. Fresh-Tomatoes, Head Lettuce, Celery, Strawberries, Green Onions, Allgator Pears and all either kinds of vegetables and fruits. Let us supply your needs. Additional help employed. Quicker delivery.

PHONE MAIN 403. WE DELIVER. 304 MAIN STREET. Frank Tooker Practical Painter and Paperhanger. Work city or country.

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