The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 23
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December 21, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 23

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BAKERSFIELD ABSTRACT QEO, HAY. Manager WRITES INSURANCE ONLY IN THE BEST COMPANIES AT BOTTOM RATES Estate Loans Safe Deposit Boxes 1931 CHSTER AVENUE BAKERSFIELD, CAL. Monday, Dec, 21. DEAR MABLE; / You Know what I promised Will? One of Mer~ oney's fine pipes and I Know he 1 11 be so pleased with it. NELLIE. GENUINE HOLLY .HOLLY WREATHS Roses, Carnations, Violets and Chrysanthemums. First class Nursery Stock. Trees, Shrubs. Orders promptly filled. CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Cor, Sivth St. and Chester Are, Phone Main 746. \ Santa Glaus Headquarters » *" - *,»«#b**4^z3*1^3iflKlVllflDMv3ivHIV ^^JiBiiBBiBN**ii^B^***^^^^^y^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^ FOR YOUNG AND] EOLD BUY TOD AY. DON'T PAIL THEY ARE GOING FAST. , * r,-: '• 1ft ' >*ri; 1 „" ALLIGATOR PURSES * ALLIGATOR TOILET SETS MANICURE SETS COMB AND BRUSH SETS MILITARY BRUSHES i ^SMOKING SETS CIGAR JARS HUMINDOR8 UlH ri e fff f a I i "ii CARD CASES PURSES FOUNTAIN PENS RAZORS AND STROPS SHAVING SETS. COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES PERFUMED FROM 25c to $5 ATOMIZERS ART LEATHER CALENDARS ART LEATHER CENTER PIECES »M»W» i 111 imni ii mi -wmWM Our asortment this year is made up of the most select pieces from the leading manufacturers We are sure we can please you. Conn; in and examine before buying etaewherc. Bakersfield Drug Company Phone Main KAHLER BROS. Corner 19th & 1 St PAPER CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Mow to M*k« Attractive Dttk BfotUr* and Wall Pookott. Make yonr Christmas presents of paper. One of the most attractive of these paper articles is a desk blotter. The usual size for a woman is eighteen inches deep by fifteen wide. The materials necessary are one piece of cardboard of the dimensions mentioned and a second piece half an inch lees in each dtmensio'h. The pad is covered with flowered paper on the loircr side and has flowered paper corscrs. Plain crape paper is used to cover the top of tbe pad. The largest of the cardboard rectangles is first covered with the flowered paper. The paper is folded over the edge to a considerable depth, at least an inch and a half being desirable. Its edges are then pasted neatly down, cnre being taken to make neat corners. The smaller cardboard rectangle Is covered with the plain crape paper, which, for Instance, may be yellow if a yellow flowered paper is being used. Four right angled triangles which are three Inches on the two even sides are then cut from stiff and very heavy wrapping paper and covered on one side with plain and on the ottyftr with flowered paper. These are the four corners. When they are covered a margin of paper is left on the equal sides, and this is re-enforced by a narrow strip of muslin. This margin is turned over and pasted to the upper side of the cardboard, which is to form the bottom of the pad. The upper part of the pad is then laid on the lower part, and they are pasted neatly together. The corners, of course, go underneath the pad corners. The pad corners are not pasted down along their long side, as it Is desirable to have them free BO that new blotters may be slipped In and out at will. A wall pocket of paper may be made which contains three pockets. For this purpose tbe bordered era pe paper which comes In rolls uuiy be u?n<t t or you may select paper napkins whose borders are in the form of garlands. your Xrna Gifts WELL'S 'i. Christmas trift buying is a. pleasure here. We've a storo that is well filled with useful and acceptable gifts and any present from here will please the recipient. Choose from these: Waist* Neckwear Hosiery Dreis Goods Toys Blankets Gloves Underwear Belts /: Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 384* Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth - r :' Jf- ••. •J-1 . L J ~ .fli.,*'.! '-- I !*t K£ .^ ± S • -. -I TIME PLACE AND GIRL m. ^ to buy that presept now. #% " i if wfei?-- 1 - -.i'j --: Uncle Ike's Emporium. rich or poor, handsome or just plain, will be delighted to rc- eeive a gift selected from the enormous stock we carry. Times are never hard for the patrons of your good old Uncle Ike, because he gives yon the benefit of his business success /in buying best goods the markets afford and you can rest assured he buys so cheap, the result is all in your favor. No house is more reliable. No house can show a more complete line of useful gifts. ,-* r< -1 rti I-'* IATEDALS One piece of caidbotd eighteen wide by fifteen deep and * iccond piece naif inch t * I" * lea* u duncnnon. Uncle Ike s One roD of piaia crape paper. One Urge blotter. Emporium 1406 10th St. Phone Main 1154 Bakerafleld, Oal. DESK BLOTTER. Which will not inn lie the pocket toe long. The pocket must, of course, be just as long as the motif of the design. The materials needed are three pieces of cardboard about Dine Inchon long. The length, however, depends upon the design of the paper which Is ,to bo used. The cardboard is Just the length of the design. The three curd- boards are of graduated depths. They are straight on three sides, and on the top they are cut hi the shape of the design of the paper. Sometimes the top line Is straight and rounding, and again It will have large scallops. A design should not be chosen which ha« too small a pattern. All of the cardboards are covered oa the outside with the bordered paper and inside with plain crape paper. Perforations are made at equal distances in the three pieces along the bottem and sides. The perforations along the tot torn are close enough together to permit of the sections of the pocket being laeod together. Only three holes are necessary along the sides. Ulbbon the color of the flower In the border Is used to Ince the sec- together and fastened at the ends b Baker afield's Leading Southern Culslna, Service Unworn TO THOSE j Who Are Interested in Xmm and Holiday Purchases V' MATERIALS Colored I 't THE MORROW-KIMBALL DRUG 00* announce that they have their Christmas display now ready for the inspection of the public. This year we have a belter and more extensive line than ever. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT AND THE GOODS ARE RIGHT. 1 A WALL FOCKVT. with two tiny bows. Along the Bide* bands of ribbon are used to bold th* sect Ions together The lowest band 10 very abort, tbo next one longer and the top one longest of all The edge* of tbo pocket may be touched with gold paint, which adds to the attrt* of tbe de*lfn* \ Our stock consists of gifts too numerous to mention. The only suggestion wo might men± tion is, if you are contemplating making a seasonable purchase, you will not make a mistake by calling at our store. i Morrow-Kimball f. \ Drug Company •-. •The Modern Drug Store With Correct Prices," I

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