The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 19
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December 21, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 19

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'09-lndian Motorcycles-^ Are Here CH\lN .„„, Besl Mac mne on the BE kT DRIVE Market DRIVE * * * •:• * * * * * -» . *? I We carry the most complete line * J of bicycles in the City. * •?* J Ammunition and guns. * * We are expezts in repairing—only J * the highest class of workmanship. J A BRIDGE PURSE. A Useful Trlfl* to Carry Whsn Playing the Gam*. As there la no sign of the fascinating game of bridge losing .its attraction!] for smart society, the bridge purse seen in the illustration will be an acceptable gift for the girl who likes to make her game more exciting by playing a penny or so a point. To make the purse commence with 86 chain, miss 1 chain. 1 double into every stitch, 1 chain turn. Second row—1 double into TO stitches (taking up in this and every row the two top threads), 2 chain, miss 2 double, then 12 double into the next 12 double, 1 chain turn. Third row—12 double, 2 into the 2 chain of las$ row, 70 more double, 1 chain turn; repeat these last two rows until you have worked 20 rows altogether—that is, 18 stripes —then double Into end of stripe, 4 (treble into next stripe *, 1 doubto Into next stripe *, 1 doable into next, G treble nto next *. repeat three times, 1 double into n«xt. 4 treble into .next, double into next (the last stripe) and fasten off—this la the right side- then fold together and sew up on the wrong side. Then for the chain loops: Cut off a length of silk about Ore yards and with it crochet 1 double on to the Inside of the purse on the rlgh hand side 26 chain, draw through th< flrst loop of 2 chain, 2 double on to the rlug, 25 chain, draw thread through the next loop, 2 chain on purse, and repeat until all the loops are filled (this requires a little care so as not to get the thread entangled, but it Bares breaking off and threading in the ends every time); then do double crochet BANK M'AIL * ON MONTHIY ° BALANCES WE WELCOME accounts of any amount from W.OO Currency may be safely sent through them*il by : letter, or remittance may be made by express money rar check or draft, which need not be registered. :t it,, it. i. M. HUNTER. S««.y tad M«r. ** AUCTION SALE J. 8. KELLY, Auctioneer. Monday, Dec. 21. By order H. E.Jonea of Woodland, Yolo county, .hav-j ing sold his ranch, consigned: all his stock to us to sell to; the highest bidder, 30 horses and mares, all broke and ready for work, Saturday, December 19th, at 1 p. m. El Capitan Stable. •J* *J« *J* »J« •j* •?•* »j» •?» *!•» *% »% *5* ' Phone Main 671 1609 Nineteenth St. DEAR T,OM; Got an idea! Am going to senl Clara a swell box of Gruenhagen 1 s Candy. Meroney has some fine Christmas boxes of this good candy. BILL. Maude—Mr. Hardcash called on me Pat—Sure, and In Scotland they SENATE ADJOURNS. last, night. He's the most engaging murder the styles entirely. talker I ever listened to. Bridget, Sure, and how do they do WASHINGTON, Dec. J.3.—The Sen- Clara—Indeed! What did he say? it? .' »„,.__ -Hlnnnofl until Tanuarv 4 Maude-He asked me to marry him. Pat-Why, they're kilt IrMrely.—B» r ate toda y adjouned until January 4. iH &. 7'cuis, President. »S'. Hive, Vice President. /''. W. Robinson., Cashier A. (.'. Tupman, Assistant Cashkr. Producers Savings 1ATOULS IBQCIIBI. One ball of crochet «lk, any color preferred. One yard and ouarta of nurow ribbon to, match silk. One small ivory ring. A few steel crochet oewfle*. Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor {$08 Nineteenth St.. Phone Main 908. Wholesale and Retail cigars, To baccos, Pipes and Chewing Gum. DIs trlbutor for Bakersfleld of LOVERA, 12i/ 2 c Cigar AVALON, 10c Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar Annett's Baker; The Place For GOOD PASTRY CLEAN BREAD MacDONALD FAMOUS CANDII A rBKTTY SILK PUB8B. to nicely cover and nil up the ring, fasten off and neatly run In tho ends of silk. Fold the rlbbou and sew on to the top of the ring. BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA. Capital, 1100,000. Surplus, $ 13,500. GIFTS EASY TO MAKE. Idea* For Christmas Any Needlewoman Can Carry Out. Amont; the new fancy articles that arc being made for Christmas la a folding hatrack which very much resembles a candlestick shade. A semicircle Is flrst cut out of buckram or tailor's canvas, the outer edge being twenty-two inches and the height five Inches. It can be covered with denim, colored linen or flowered cretonne and Is bound with gold brnld, which is glued on. or with silk braid to match the cover. Three clamps or hooks are • >wed on the ends, and when these are fastened together the whole forms i cone on which the hat can rest on the table or the hatbox. Another acceptable gift Is a band- made medicine case, which would lie found most useful when (raveling. It Is tuiide of plain linen bound with red braid. Cut a piece of the linen 14 by 12 Inches and fashion it so that It forms four well shaped flaps. Hind ihesc with the braid. Then take nlwut tu-n Inches of red silk garter elastic and stitch it to the center of the linen In six different places. In the i {elastic put five two ounce bottles. An Opportunity FOR THE RIGHT MAN OR FIRM The Bakersfield Agent of MOTOR CAR is open The 1909 line comprises nine models. All that the dealer wants or needs, from a $500 runabout to a $1750 touring car and commercial delivery car. A? GOOD PROPOSITION FOB THE RIGHT MAN. Address up to December 21st, Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., or 0. B. Smith, Sales Manager, Southern Hotel, Bakersfleld. Only savings bank in Kern County. Interest paid on savings accounts. Money to loan on Real Estate, SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. W <U!BM»B. Oh* O. l bbck •! white dwi* •* A Mo rrs Chai FOR SOLID COMFORT V COTTON HOLDBB. 1'heie can easily be obtained from any druggist. The two cross flaps are finished with a button and buttonhole. A darnliig cotton bolder Is a most welcome gift to a mother. Two oval pieces of cardboard, about four and a half Inches long by two and a half Inches wide, are covered with flowered cretonne or any odd pieces of silk and a lining of white. Two spools of darn- Ing cotton, 0110 black and the other white, are placed between the two pieces aud held there by a piece of rib- lion, 'which passes through tho center of tho spools and the upper and low»r pieces of cardboard, being tied finally In a large bow at the top. Cannot fBe Equalled Therefore Get Htm One A LARGE VARIETY OF THE BAMBEY- AL70H f»TTSH BUTTON STYLES ON OUR FLOORS. WITH OR WITHOUT FOOT REBf S. BEFORE MAKING YOUR GIFT DECISION COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR SELEC- TIONS. COME EARLY WHILE THE SELECTIONS ARE GOOD. PHILIP W. NIEDERAUR 1408 Nineteenth Street. Maiir

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