The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 21, 1908
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,THE BAKERSPIELT) CALIFORNIA*! -MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. cense, and for the same length of time; and a failure to comply with thn terms of this section shall bo a misdemeanor. Section 20. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance nre hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after the 41 h day of January, 1909. H, A. JASTRO, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors County of Kern, State of California. Attest: I. L. MILLER, Clerk of ihe Board of Supervisors, (Seal.) The above ordinance was passed by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, at a regular meeting thereof, held December 16th, 1908, by the following vote: Ayes: Petersen, Brlte, Woody,.Corset t, Jastro. Noes: None. Attest: I. U MILLER, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. (Seal.) 12-19 Adams Fruit Conpany ._ Has enlarged its store and is prepared to accommodate the public with all kinds of Fruit and Groceries Just received a load of mountain apples, for holiday trade. 806 Baker Street. Telephone Main 714. ATTRACTIVE TRIFLES. Artlttlo Qiftt That Take Little Timi to Make. The mission photograph frame Is sarried out In heavy preen linen crash. The colors used in embroidering; tho conventional design are tho dark shades of green and the bronze brow-UK. Pretty opera bags nro always n welcome gift, and half a yard of handsome ribbon will make up into a most desirable receptacle for glasses. Candle shades covered with pale pink baby ribbon In little crinkly loops are attractive and as presents would please most housewives. Perfumed coat and skirt hungers are popular, and so are the ribbon cases that contain the glass tube hatpin holder. Really beautiful utility cases that can be hung upon a wall or rolled for traveling are made from ribbon. To make such an article get half a yard of ribbon that is six Inches in width. Turn down an inch wide hem at the top and along the bottom gather and sew on a thin piece of silk the same size. This Is then divided Into pockets and the upper edge shirred. Runners the length of the case, dividing It Into sections, should then l>e put on the Inside. Through these articles of the toilet such as a shoe horn, button hook, ninnl- euro- Implements, etc., and a sewing outfit with pockets for needles, spools of thread and silk, scissors and all such necessaries are put. A little pincushion Is set firmly at one end. Tin- pockets receive bolts of baby ribbon. buttons and all the trifles that u» to furnish a -workbaskot. Cardboard boxes neatly covered with ribbon and furnished with three spools of baby ribbon In dainty coloring- nre a gift within the skill of the amateur seamstress. A loop should be milled G I F T 5 Homemade Presentt For the Dainty fFo- man — Shoe Case For Traveling — Nightdress Case —Holder For Baby Ribbon. For women who travel as well as those who stay at home there are many novelties in workbags and sow- Ini? cases being shown in the simps wiilrh are not only attractive, but essentially practical. While the cost nf lATHBALS REQUIRED. Two yards ol pretty cretonne. One yard and half of elude. One piece of tape Four brau eyelets. AGAIN OPEN AT THE OLD MASONIC TEMPLE BLD'G Theatre Week of December 21, 1908. ' SCtTGTtllS Vt One small linen doily. Filo embroidery silks, Sheet of cotton wadding. Ten cents' worth of sachet powder. Three yards of baby ribbon For tin 1 first, ihrco nlsrhls presents < tho Sreamlug Comedy, f "HIS UNCLE'S VISIT." £ Also two New MovIm; PUtni'rs Two lllustralo.l Hoims Three Vaudeville SpecIaltUs at each performance , . - -., . -rf^*t >•••>'• * ' ' ' " ,'*W.'V,*" *>»*V' "'•• •'*•••-'• i,:isi' I'-onr nights, the Big l.uu.°,h Producer, "ALL MIXED UP." Also New' I'lci.urt'H, New SongF, and New Vaudevllel Acts. Matinee Saturday only Prices 10o, 25c and 50c MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A FEW LEFT FROM LAST YEAR WHICH WE WILL SELL FOR COST HOLIDAY GOODS SEE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS A WEABER. 1822 Chester ave Phone Msln 4 MISSION PHOTOO.IIA.PU FRAME, Inside the cover to hold a couple of bodkins und a pair of tiny scissors. A ribbon covered glove case is equally simple of construction. It should be Interlined with perfumed cotton and fitted with a soft silk lining. A pretty finish is to turn back one corner, holding down with a bow of rib- bou. Another acceptable present that can be made, by the artistic girl is- a >et of name cards, hand painted. These woman who etiti'i'lalns lav.'ivly. Those in the form of tloral wreaths cut oHt so they slip on over Che edgo of the tumbler are new; also dulnty figures of women copied from pome olfl painting and provld-,>d with pasto- board hacks so they stand. These figures can carry big muffs us reticules that can be lifted and show a blank space for the name underneath, thus making them available later for framing when pasted to a lint surface aud surrounded by a gilt mat. SHOE CASK FOB TRAVKUWJ. these is not exorbitant, any ow them may be made at homo t'roi.i o pieces of ribbon, culm/., silk or liii which, with the addition of a bit baud embroidery, make pretty tins. Tho shoe bag or case Is u u:<e.ul tide which alt,o may be tonstru-.-icd , borne at a irlding expense fruiu ,ii : iimy lualerlal one chouses. piv'\i-;i'>! ! Is heavy enough to keep its sli.-; 1 Kltlier linen or cretonne Is iwrlli- 1 .;! i i elTei-'live, the four p:icke(« u--. -ci.-ijin.- |j dating two pairs of shues or :;;',,,,. :-s These poi. kets are bound and I'n^U'.iu.l to the case with ribbons or tape i.i.Ui-b- lug or harinonizlng with thu m;:ii;rU! of the caKt', in the top of will; h aiv set four b;'a:.;s eyelets. In liils way liie li'jce'iv'.t.j- of tacking In pku--.' Is av : ! ud, the eyelets being slipped over brass books derowed In d<«»r or wall. A convenient pocket plnr-uwhinu pin case are bowed with ribbon and i set above the shoe pockets. Wln'ii I traveling the case in simply rolled ami I lied with a matching ribbon tacked at | one end on the outer side. A pretty case for the robe de null embroidered with a heavy mercerized thread on a heavy linen Identifies the long envelope case with Us embroidered buttoned flap as that in which the particular plrl carries her dainty night robe. This Is made of heavy white butcher's linen In envelope pnt- tern, embroidered In while cotton thread, and may be lined. If nrio olci-is. We ;irc now better prepared than ever to supply your wants in the line of SADDLERY HARNESS WHIPS, ROBES. ETO. Anything and everything required to outfit n or stable. A full line of the leading makes in Wagons, Buggies, Carts and Vehicles of erery kind. Fifteen years in business in Bakersfleld is a pretty goixl busineHH peg to hang your hat on. We want your trade. Examine, our complete stork. We'll quote you IMC.IIT PRICES. C. M. STOLL & COMPANY -^~~—^=^-, dill ni> M<tin 1184. Masonic liuildiiu •J001 Chester Aveniii Unkcrsficld REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds. south, half section 31 I of way and Y. 31-23 for lights Dr. J. S. Weiser Manager of the Weiser Optical Co., 1033 I street, Ftv.sno is in Bnhersfield this week commencing Monday, December 14, 1908, mid will stop at the New Southern Hotel. Eyes Examined Frea All Work Guaranteed College Flags. Oo!!ci;i» flags are <nil(ir ,-rifi(.:.« U for C'lirlstums gifts, liut rei|nl"e i-an> and much prei-Hlon in ptit'liss the lol- tfrs on an v.i'il as i:i cui>l:i:4 i'.iein. i A g ioil plan In to cut the letters from i stiff i-imlboard and trace around them on tho felt, iiflerwnrd cutting with a hliarp knife. In mounting on the felt background >asto them on with a very thin coating f photograph paste and conch around nil edges with many strands of silk caught down at regular Intervals with a single strand of the same color. Couching means to hold the heavy ord or many strands of silk along the edge of thu thing to be outlined and stitching across It and through tho material with the single thread In the needle, Handkerchief Caae. A handkerchief ease Is a pretty gift that can be made from ribbon by first catting two pieces of cardboard Into heart shapes. These hearts are covered on both sides and form the bottom and the cover, respectively. The broad flowered ribbon used Is gathered on both edges, one of whteh Is sewed to tho heart at the bottom. Then a lining of plain soft silk Is set In, und the edge of the ribbon is connected to the upper edge of the lining. A niching of narrow ribbon trims the e,over and n bow acts as u hinge. A loop answers the purpose of u lid lifter. P. C. and Pearlle Jewett and T. S, Kingston to Southern Pacific Company, $10; 7.04 acres In northeast quarter section 8, 11-23, C. V. Scott to Sunset Western Railway Company, $10; 13,25 acres In A. Weaber and wife 10 l.izzle A. Keith, $10; commencing 191.88 feet north of southeast corner In Chester tract, north 50 feet, west IP5 feet, south 30 feet, east 195 feet. J. W. Brockmnn and wife to If. C. Harness, $10; west half of northwest quarter block lialicrsftcld. D, Lowell addlt C. NY. Weber and wife to Joo Cq and Arthur M. Anderson, $10; lorest In southwest quarter of nc east quarter section 29, 25-19. Kern County Land Company] William H. Baker, $5, etc.; lot (Ion II, 2!>.2<;. ("•HAS. D. BHOWX J. W. BROWN, JfS Gifts For Fifty Cent*. For tho young man of thu family sleeve buttons, sliver pencil, coat liautf er, sofa cushion cover, penknife, cigar J cutter, leather collar box, satchel tug, linen table cover or u photograph frame for his room, j For llttlo girl, doll*, game*, workbiix, nUatett, siring of bends or a inu.sle roll. Fur sunall buy, haticbull, games, studs, face mask, penknife, stamp book, skates, books or u box of paluts. For smaller boy, train of cars, locomotive, skates, transparent slate* With a dainty pink ami blue china silk. beneath which is laid a single sheet of sachet scouted tv.'iddiug. Kvery girl who uses baby ribbon would be dellghli'd with a case tilled with three or four different shades as a Christmas gift. Here nre two attractive ways to prepare* such u gift: For the first take a long, shallow pasteboard box just wide enough to hold a ten yard roll of baby ribbon and long enough for as many bolts as you may wish to give. Cover this box neatly inside and out with wall paper or a pretty faucy silk, Bret having made as tn\ray small Hllta on the top as there are bolts of ribbon. Paste the covering on the box. and If It Is found difficult to turn In the edges neatly around tho silts do not attempt It, but cover the roughness with a narrow edge of gilt paper for braid. Put the ribbon In the box, first having vemovod the paper and rowrapped the ribbon ami put <>i»- end through each slit so It Is about an Inch on tho outside of the lid. If theue euda nro Hastened through bodklim, for which narrow strips have ix-cu provided on f (ho top of 1M to hold Diem In place, It Ulll add much to tlm convenience of I \ •.;» gift. . __—_«Workbag For Christmas, A capacious workba'-; Is made of silk j -i yard ami a quarter long. Across '•tcli end fi-alherlione Is (ifwed; then ;;!i:> solvyg<» (Hi either side Is gathered >p n.s closi- as possible and secured 80 ' 'lint Hie two pieces meet. I Ilibbons tie tin- opening together in the middle, ami thu bag la carried by handles of ribbons that start from big ixnvs oil either side where the BlUt U dri'.wn Up. Chas. D. Brown General Contractor And Builder ARCHITECT AND BCILDEU OF WOODJIKN OF THE WORLD BUILDING AND MANY PRIVATE RESIDENCES IN BAKERSFIKLD AND KERN CITY. "We invite the prospective home builder of Bak- ersfleld and Kern County to take notice of our bnildiugti and respectfully refer to those for whom work lias been done. and M<uh: \Vrite to or ca kernfleld, Cal. riionc. 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