The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 23, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 23, 1908
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TUB SAKfifcSWELD CALIFOBNIAN 5s, Bargians! Bargains I THE ttOMEr '&f$A\}i \ r f M Hmoes for all Classes Christmas Day at St. Francis Servlcs of an unusually Interesting | order have been arranged by Father Frund for ChrNaiaa day nt St. Fran els, a»d a feature will be tbe sermon «hy Rev, Thos. A. Meagher, S, J., who jso popularize.! himself here during 'the recent two «'•'*»' mission. The i irogram In full for the day la as fol IOWB: Masses nt .-;::•' 0:00, 6:30, 7:30, 9:0(1 and H:0n a m. r>:30 n. m,—Hi'.;h Mass. fi:00 a. m.—I-ow Mass. 6:30 a- rn.—Ixiw Mass. 7:30 a. m.—!.'•* Mass. 9:00 a. m.—Children's Mass. 11:00 a. m.--P»lPrun High Mass and sermon by Rev. Thus. A. Meagher, S J. 8:00 p. m.—Solemn Vespers. Musical Program, a. m. 1^'otiard's Mass in B H. 6. PARSONS 5:30 fiat. Offertory, "Ade?te Fideles." 9 a. m. St. Francis Junior Choit with chorus of fifty voices. j 11:00 a. ra. Farmer's Mass In B flat. Real Estate Broker 1707 Chester Ave. i "Vent Creator," j Thomas, Miss Alma 83.—Ten acres, only 7 miles from town, all under cultivation; good house, burn and outbuilding*; furniture, incubator, brooder, l.Vt chickens, I cow. and all Implements go with the price $2000 100.—Good 4 room house, alfalfa, 1 1-3 acres of land, In southwestern part of liakersfield. A nice suburban home. Price. $2100 220.—Lots on I street, Balcersfield, close in, with cement walk In front, good neighborhood, pur front foot $10 672.—Lot 37 1-2x122 on Chester ave. If sold for cash $300 474.-—Lot 57x122 feet, adjoining above, running to corner, per from foot $10 594.—Four room cottage, well paltered inside, convenient, on f«o- foot lot, In northern, part of town; only one block from street cur. Easy terma. Price $1000 694a.—Four room cottage, on 32-fooi corner lot, and on car line, only five blocks from 19th street. Knsy terms. A bargain at $2000 284.—Well built and well planned 5 room cottage in Kern City, on lot improved with fruit and shade trees, chicken yard, etc. A beautiful little home. Mortgage at easy na.vnu'ui.s can stand. Price $1600 806a—Lot Gnxllii: feet, on car line, only nix blocks from the Court House. (,'lie,i|) at $SEO -. 1.J quartette, Mrs. Forker, A. W. i MacRae, G. Selb. i Offertory, Ave Maria, Miss Jane ' Earber. i "Adeste Fideles," chorua. | The Choir. I The following compose the choir for I the day: I Sopranos—Miss Jane Barber, Mrs. ; Thomas, Mrs. M. Lynch, Mrs. E. L. i Foster, Miss Dell, Mrs. E. L. Willow. Altos—Mrs. W. Forker, Miss Alma Forker, Mrs. G. Selb. Tenors—A. W. MacRae, F. Murphy, flass— 0. Selb, Arthur Ralno, Dr. W. II. Kedlan. Soloists—Miss June Barber, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Alma Forker, G. Selb, A. W. MaeHae. Accompanied by Newman's Orchaa- trn. Prt tty Wedding at the Grand 430—Collage fruit ami ^i with 1 HI (.•I'll piil'l ill' You ma'.ii- -ID :>ii this at 713.—-Lois mi ::t:i nice buil-lr.r., .-.ii- 549a.—Two lols in i'"rti Co Flak' r stive 1 , in ]> district. These IOIH each ", surrounded trees and (imvi nl land, in .;fii •r.-liel.|; 1 ;:M' e.i •• ''.' Mill ! I'V •rs, •!i. 1 :1V 518: A pretty wedding was anltnenlzcd at. 1:15 tnis afternoon In the parlors of the Grand Hotel when Chas. Howard I Hush, son of Supervisor .1. M. Bush I ami Mis." .Siinib .Maiiiu, :i ohiinuing i young lady of the west side oil dls- itiiel, were milled in marriage. The ; bride war :iite.'i,|e,l by Miss Minnie i Robinson, and Henry C. Hush, a brotli- !'•:• ')!' the groom, was best man, Superior .lii'l'4p Muhon pen'orming the ceremony. Tlii: bridi- wits handsomely gowned i '• : a vhitp iin- iHnliMi- , orange blossoms. Miss A Christmas Special! This is an opportunity not to be overlooked. S. H. & M., Guaranteed silk petticoats $5.15 They come in all colors dust ruffles, cut full with deep flounces. Worth Regular $6.7J to $8.50 See Window Display Vs off on all Dolls ! on all Dolls ! ore Open Evenings Store Open Evenings Taken Suddenly III.—O. G. Dixon, tack was due to tobacco poisoning as a member of the undertaking firm of Dlxon & Sont., «as tafccn seriously 111 last night whi:f u 'he (i'!?phone. He !! 10 the floor iUui it was some time before he gained consciousness. He much as anything else. Mr. Dixon is better today. You will find the test assortment ol wines and liquors at 1623-1625 Nine- was smoking u cigar at the time and teenth street. See the gorgeous dls- Dr. West thinks that the sudden nt- ! play In the windows. 124 Dave Hense has gone to San Francisco to take a position with th«» Western Meat Company. If you v.-ani u aiiuU of liquor or fine wine o> yo.'ii ChrlstmaB dinner tiible get it at erftcs & Co.'s. Here you are sun tt get the pure goods. 124 Jack Tebbetts' big 60 h.p. Thomas Flyer will leave every morning from the Majestic cafe at 10 a. m. for Maricopa, and return at 5 p. m. for Bak- ersfleld. All orders taken at the Majestic bar. Tel. Main IbA. Fare, $5 C. T. Doyle expects to evening for Los Angeles. leave this :;ilk and woiv Robinson was 'i- mull. ':!•, !. I' • $125: i 289a.-.-(5ood live room cot I •"..-'• !n ! Bakerpfleld, one block from street j car line, with lit! foot lot, lawn, shade, etc. Neat home for anyone. Price $1600 120.—Ten-room 2-story house, on lot 5(1x150 feet, located in good neighborhood, few blocks north of S. P. railroad shops, Kern City; suitable for boarding or rooming bouse. $200 down; balance rental terms. Price $2000 428a.—I! room house, with bath, well Improved lot, close to S. P. Railroad shops in Kern City; largo brick cellar; good bargain at $700 ir .! iilvl;. in. i II ."oiia mi i will Wlu'l'l se who witnessed Mr. iiiul M?-x. .M. . Hush Th were and Mrs. K. I.. Martin, the Misses Martin, Albert n. Hoblnson and Dr. H. B. Rees. (>:i I.!!' after- i!!' I ' n il.eir ho-'.ne. at Munis in business. Hit! ceremony T. Dush, Mr. 475—Quarter section of land on •mess, north of S. P. Railroad, near Edison; good orange land; price per acre $10 Nowburn McArthur, who Is attending Cooper Medical College in San Francisco, Is here for the holidays. lien Stroud Is In from Midway to spend Christmas with his parents. Mrs. Sam Ounter of Fresno la the guest of Mrs. J. F. Carver. Bert Freeman Is home from Oxnard and IB just recovering from a severe case of poison oak, M'iss Statie Michener came up from Los Angeles yesterday to spend the 286.—Quarter section of land in | holidays with her mother, Mrs. V. the urtostnu belt, Tulare lake i ^Hehlner ,«autttW natural gun; in irrigation , ,.,. D ,, -, •district* now under cultivation; i l"omas Scott, Jr., has gone to Arl- rich laud. Price per acre $30; zoiia on a busiiress trip. 122a.—Fou|"rooin cott.ago, on lot '.V.\x IXC feet^l ttear/faiita I'V doiiot. Several other < nttage;, al Kaiue price, and on similar IITHIS. $il!u down; balance, $i:: per month. Price $1200 22.—40 acres of good land in artesian belt, clone to station on Santa l'V Railroad; well now on placw. Per ucru $12.50 46a.—Lots iu Kern City, four blocks north of the railroad shops; $10 down; $5 per month, without interest. Kach $50 33^ Discount on all Toys And this menus every toy in our large department. that this- includes our dolls, and such a lot of them too -little dolls, big dolls, dolls that open and shut, their eyes, brunette dolls, blonde dolls, pjvtly dolls mid well dressed dolls—all going at •!:!':; per cent off on the dollar. Too Lale For Classification CMU1STMAS TUKKS — Order early and get your pick. Inquire at !22;l il'th st. Telephone Main Ki'.i. 124 J/OST—Small, shaggy puppy; tinder will please leave sumo at 14th and Chester avenue, or telephone Main \VANTKIV-UirI to «trl|i tobacco. Ini quire at Pioneer Cigar Factory, toi- I ephono Mu'n S41. 128 H.6. PARSONS 1707 Ci ester Ave., BAKER>FIELO, - GAL i'"OR SAUC -in Kern, new, just completed; flvo good rooms and hiith; large closets. Woodwork slash grain Oregon pine throughout. Suiter & Co.. 1H20 i street. Main 141H. 123 Sixteen lols, south half of block) nil on 15 street, between King and' Uealo, opposite Bealo avenue school IIOUBO, Korn. For salo at $85 a lot. Would mako an ideal homo. For torma write to Charles T. Zonsou, ?.S16 Manitou avenue, Loa A'ugelos, Calif. 132 k Christmas Suggestions ! For Her Hand Satchels, Manicuring Sets Nevv Belting Toilet Sets Neckwear Pearl buttons Perlumery Back Combs Silk Shawls, Scarfs For Him Smoking Set, Gloves, Fancy Armlets, Neckwear, Mufflers Initial Hdkch'fs Fancy Sox, Sox S. pporters Scarf Pins, Silk Hdkch' fs THE STORE IS OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS THE SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE

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