The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 21, 1908
Page 5
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BAKEBSFIELD CALIF01 IAN • MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. Read our Ad on Cover Page 4. The American Jewelry Company 1430 Nineteenth Street. Phone Main 73. Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Hour It has the greatest demand of any flour made and is used by all house- wiven who appreciate fine flour. When you're paying out your money for good flour, get it—and always ask for this brand. It will pay you to try this flour and to find out Its thorough goodness. At all grocers. Kern City NEW BOOKS AT THE KERN LIBRARY. The following is a list of new books recently received in the Kern library: Rex Beach, Barrier; Robert Chambers, Firing Line; William De Morgan, Joseph Vance; John Fox, Jr., Trail of the Lonesome Pine; Meredith Nicholson, Little Brown Jug at Kll- dare; Gilbert Parker, Weavers; Marah Bills Ryan, For the Soul of 'Rafael; J. W. Tompkins, Doctor Eli len; Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Testing of i Diana Mallory. SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH PRATT'S SCALECIDE Soluble petroleum. Will positively 'destroy San Jose scale, and all soft bodied sucking insects without injury to the tree.. Trees sprayed. . For sale at Chester avenue Nursery, corner Sixth Street and Chester avenue. Phone Main 746. NOTES AND PERSONALS Jock Bills, the old time gentleman who was knocked down by a switch- engine last Monday night, has recovered sufficiently to be out of bed and left yesterday for Los Angeles. Mrs. Mary Cretsinger and daughter, Norma, are expected up soon from Los Angeles to spend Christmas with ••datives. Mrs. .B. G Adams has gone to Oil City to take charge of a boarding bouse there. Percy Williams is in from McKittrick on business. Mrs. B. C. Kipling is in from Vineland and will be the guest of Mrs. M. Murphy for a week. Ben Cohn returned from Los Angeles this morning on No. 7. D. Rlntoul went to Fresno this morning on No. 7. Earl Warren returned on No. 84 last evening from Berkeley to spnei the holidays with bia parents. Carl Hollingsworth expects to leave soon for a few days' visit In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hodge, formerly of Kern, passed through here yesterday on No. 107 on their way to Fresno, where they win spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Graham have returned to Kern again after an absence of about six months. Mrs. J. J. Shultz and baby have gone to Los Angeles to spend the holidays with her parents. Mrs. Forrest Cassldy was In from Gosford yesterday and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. O. V. McClure. Miss Emma Toland Is here from San Francisco to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Toland. Mrs. W. K. Fry has returned from Mojave, where she has been for the past month. Mrs. Z. Ptomey is visiting friends in Kern. Miss Ollle Moser, who has been visltlr.s Mrs. C. P. Badger for a few days, returned yesterday to her home In Los Angeles. ^ Mrs. William Jasper of Los Angeles ard Mrs. A. C. Gunter of Chlco are the guests^ of their parents, Mr. a Mrs. D_ H. Ryan K. T. LUTZ II. GILL Monday, Dec. 21 DEAR LET: I mever worry about what I am goinf to give Fred--I always buy him a box of Meroney's cigars and he's happy. BLANCH. The Turf Grill 1 Under New Management. 2 First Class Service. £ The Best the [Market Aft- 4 ^Ladies Dining Room") <n j 5 Open Day and Niget. 6 Gill & Lutz Prop Corner 19th. and K St'eet Ltdies Entrance K and Wall Street. Phone Main 159 At St. Paul's Guild bazaar on Saturday la»«re were some very nice articles left over in fancy work and in the domestic 'booth. Anyone who needs fancy work can find pretty things at th« chairman's house, Mrs., F. W. Webster, 2702 Nineteenth street, or If needing aprons etc. from the domestic booth, call on Mrs. G. J. Planz. • John Nicoll, the pioneer South Fork farmer, is a visitor here today, i back °n December 24tb. Al Ferear, one of the popular propri etors of the Windsor Hotel, and Jw Vlasnlck hare gone to the bills om * bear bunt and are supposed to be BIG HOLIDAY SPECIAL DISPLAY OF Morris Chairs. Rockers. Pianos and Phonographs . __ . _ Owing to the Late Arrival of Our Holiday Goods we will Allow a 25 Per Cent Discount A Solid Oak Morris Chair $7.00 and Up A Specially Good ^Bargain in this line as *ft)e do not intend to carry any Chairs o*ber for Next year ROCKERS Solid Oak Rockers $3.00 and Up Reed RocKers $4*25 and Up Child's Cockers 35c and up * ^Rpcktrs $1.50 and up PIANOS The Kimball Knabe Mason-Hamblin Hardman Ha dman Autotune Kipling Ludwig Mer. Player Marshall Wendell, Etc. Pianos from $235 Up VICTOR GOODS A splendid full line onhand. 60c Records now 35 cts. Haberfelde Furniture Company

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