The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 24, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 24, 1908
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THE BAKBRflFIELD CALIFOR MIAN .THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. MARSHAL MADE Bargains 1 THE. HOMEBUILDERS Hmoes for all Classes It was lot* yesterday afternoon before the half hundred and more hoi hoes who weie rounded up In the raid | of Marshal Mi Kamy and his police ot- fleers* were threshed through the city recorder's court and the court of Justice of the Peace Black. j Of the fifty-five arrested In th« • mid* but nine were detained. Justice I Hlack held these on charges of va- ' graney and each was sentenced to twenty days in jull. Two batches of the unfortunates faced Judge W. H. Thomas, one In the morning and one late In the afternoon, and after warnings not to return to this city both lots were ordered out of town. j The police officers, as well as the | Judges, would like to give every prls- ] oner of that type the ten day bread land water treatment, but the Crowded H. 6. PARSONS Eeal Estate Broker 1707 Chester Ave. condition of the jail will not permit. Toe Late For Classification WANT&P—Man and wife wants posl tloii as cooks In or out of city. Ad dress E. D. Flatry, 2206, Chester ave phon* Main 664. 126 i 83.—Ten acres, only 7 miles from town, all under cultivation; good bouse, barn and outbuildings; furniture, Incubator, brooder, 150 chickens, 1 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 Uukrtrsflcld. A nice suburban home. Price $2100 ODD PELLOW8 KERN LODGE No. 202, I. O. O. P.— Regular meetings every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock, pvery fifth Sal unlay In a month, social night. So journlng brethren are always we come at our meetings. T. P. Pin noil, N. G.; J. \V. Crosland, secre tary. P. O. Box r>2. Store Open Tonight! STORE CLOSED TOMORROW. We With You All a Very Merry Christmas s LOST—A lady's gold watch and pi somewhere in the business section -*>f Bakersfle.ld, plain on one side and had a crescent, set with five small diamonds on the other. Kinder return to the Callfornian office and retelce reward. 126 220.— Lots on I street, Bakersfleld, , STOVKWOOD FOR SALE—$4 pel- close In, with cement walk In ; co ,.,| t)v \y. <". Scarlett, Old River, front, good neighborhood, per | . I|KO KWOOt potatoes, blackeyp beans front, fool $101 and peanuts. ' 139 672.~I.ot I!" 1-2x122 If sold for cash . .. on • v: • feot, 474.—Lot "i7xl2a feot, adjoining ' above, running to corner, per front foot $10 694.—Four room cottage, well papered inside, convenient, on 50- foot lot, In northern part of town; only one block from street car. Easy terms. Price $1000 694a.—Four room cottage, on 32-foot corner lot, and on car line, only five blocks from 19th street. Easy terms. A bargain at $2000 £84.—Well built and well planned 5 room cottage in Kcirn City, on lot Improved with fruit and tdiade trees, chicken yard, etc. A beautiful little home. Mortgage at easy payments can stand. Price $1600 S06a—Lot t!«xl2L' feet, on c-ir line, ' only six Ijloeks from the Court, j House. Cheap at $600 430—Cottage fruit and s' with 1 H; ; era part of You mill." this at . . . Chester are., \\V\.\TED— \Voniari 10 cook for two or ........ $300 j three men on a ranch. Telephone Farmers 18!i. 126 AM GIVING AWAY—Christmas prose.:: ; away—as good as $500.00 yesle.,l:ty when I let that fellow carry away a contract for that 40 acres I've been telling you of. I have a few presents left. You can get. a contract or deed, for one of these, this evening if you will rfurry. 8 room house on M street, a snap, at $2000. ~i room plastered house, bath toilet, etc., on K street, at $1500. (i room, splendid homo on K street $2300. . • ") rooms on corner, pretty place, all furnished, wood, coal, beds, PIP... ready to step Into, for only $2000. Lots -well your choice most anywhere, but here Is two good ones, MRS, 0, H. TAYLOR IS LAID TO REST The funeral of Mrs. O. H. Taylor was hold this morning from the chapel of Payne & Son. Rev. Edgar R. Fuller conducted the services, which were largely atended by the friends of the bereaved family. The Congregational choir was in attendance and rendered beautiful music. Interment was In Union Cemetery. MORLEYS HAS GOOD PROGRAM Tonight the regular change in the weekly program at Morley's will be mado and because of the fact that the change occurs on Christmas eve, Man- agcr*Parra has succeeded in securing good assortment of films which If you want a i-ice oiia:; of liquor or fine wine 01 Christmas dinner table get it at > erses & Co.'s. Here you are aurt tt jget the pure goods. 124 J. De Ler will leave tonight for San Diego to spend Christmas. on one r>r>x!_':.' al l t'i~t'>, here i ; i ma\ not Hike a trio laic. Then ri'-il.l d "',v u in III buy. 11 r • v: I i ''' i' I nil 20th street, ; a bar",aln 1 tumble' here is • -.Id e 11 ;-ir> close In hut yo;l it is "dandy"j ' r,uxl22| JMIO; a i W. H. Graham jlri/ve In from Ult 1 West Side today, in his automobile. Al Thackery is in town 'rom Marl- copa. [;. ,.i jTiWSI You v< 111 find the i/est assortment of wines and liquors at 1623-1625 Nineteenth street. See '.he gorgeous die- play in the windows. 124 \<i!l be shown for the rest of the weeks. The manufacture of paper Is depict»-d in ' the pictures entitled "Wood Floating and Pulp Mill. "Magic Rose" and "Spectacles" furnish the comedy while the latest things In aerial navigation Is shown in the "Airship." The holiday spirit is shown in •Thanksgiving Turkey" and there are several other good pictures in add! tion to a change in songs. BETTING 18 FIVE TO FOUR ON BURNS IN BIG FIGHT. SYDNEY, N. S. W., Dec. 24.— The fight Saturday between Burns and Johnson Is the chief topic here. The betting is 5 to 4 on Burns and is growing stronger. Promoter Mclntosh will referee. The advance sale of seats Is $40,000. * Miss Anna Ford, a member of the High School faculty, last year, and now teacher of German and Spanish in the Pasadena High School, will spend the Christmas holidays in this city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Buss and family. Died From Heart. Failure—That Louis Bassler, who fell dead in the Walters Hotel dining room yesterday morning, died from heart /allure was the verdict of the coroner's Jury. No funral arangements have yet beenmlnisters, lawyers, made. Dlxon & Sons are endeavorlngjudse. Xmas Spirit at the Southern Fred Tegeler of the Southern IB planning an excellent Christmas dinner toomrorw. Chef Qunn has arranged a very tempting menu and the resourceful mind of the genial proprietor has thought up many novel decorative schemes, chirstmas trees and stockings are some of the features decided upon. Mr. Tegeler promises' a most cheerful day for all who find shelter in his hostelry tomorrow. WOMEN'S "BATTLE HYMN" PRIZ£ POETRY CONTEST. CHICAGO, Doc. 24.— A variety of verses of improved quality have reached the Municipal Suffrage League in the $100 prize contest offered for the best "battle hum" to be used In the women's cause. A feature of the offering Is the preponderance of women writers. Contributions have been received from doctors and one MR. AND MRS. GEORGE HAY LOSE LITTLE SON. George Bet ram Hay, the nine months old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hay, died last night after an illness with the measles. The little child was alid to rest this afternoon, the funeral being held from the family residence at 705 C street. Mr. and Mrs. Hay have the sympathy of a large number of friends in their hour of grief. Cal Peak Is In town from Marlcopa. ! t .1 \\niild uial V will taste 713.--l.ois on -M, nice buii'iin , 549a.— Two IHIM to Bake>- uir» district. The- each -I. '! Ml C -Some I C strei 289a. — Good five room cotta-- 1 in l",t BnkerHfleld, one block from street (in( car line, with 00 foot lot, Inwn, Bhadf, etc. Neat home for anyone. Price $1500 120.—Ten-roo'.n 'J-storv house, ' •' lot !>Uxir>0 feet, located iu pood neighborhood, few blocks north of S. P. railroad shops, Kern City; suitable for boarding or rooming house. $2(Ki down; balance rental terms. Price $2000 428a.—I! room house, with bath, well Improved lot, close to S. P. Railroad shops in Kern City; large brick cellar; pood bargain at $700 475—Quarter section of land ou mesa north of S. P. Itullnvid, nuar Edison; good orange land; pi Ice per acrn $1° 256.—Quarter Beet Ion of land in the artesian bolt, Tulare lake country; mtturaPfias; In irrigation district; now uudor cultivation; rich Jund. Price |it;r aero $ 122a.—Four room cottafti'. on lot :i:ix j 130 feet, neui- Siint_a Ko llejmt, ,J Several oth< r coiiiiKCS at .4alWe. . price, and on similar terms. $1-0 down; balance. $1:1 per month. Price $1200 22,—40 iKTes of good land In uncslau belt, close to station nil Suiita Fu Fallroad; well now en plan*. Pel- acre $12.50 46a.—Lots in Kern City, four blocks north of the railroad shops; $10 down; $5 per mouth, without Interest. Each $50 EXCHANGE— R. S. motorcycle, condition, for hr rse, cow, or town lot. Address C. Oilcenter, Cal. K. Anderson, 129 FOR SALE—One span of fine driving horses, single or double, top notch- eis. .lust tlu> tiling for an oil man. See L. .!. I.avers sit the race track or phone Main f,ijK. 12!) LOST—A colt from Famoso; had halter on; bay In color with white spot on forehead; branded .1. A. on laft hind leg. Whoever finds him take to Oreicr, Famoso, and got $10 reward. 129 I .el us M')! you your Vines mi't liquors for ymir Christmas dinner and the will be yours. Phone UH your order. H.6. PARSONS Fred Gimther Co. We're headquarters for Port Wines—and all other liquors that you may want. Whenever you buy Port Wines buy them here where you can got the best in quality and flavor. 'We carry both tho California and Imported Port Wines — the California sells for $1 to $1.50 a gallon and tho Imported for $1 to $4. Take your choice and phone us your order. 33 1 /} Discount on all Toys And this tiietins t-vcry toy in our large department. T that this includes our dolls, and such a lot of them too—little dolls, big dolls, dolls that and shut their oyes, brunette dolls, blondo '.lolls i'l'etty dolls and well dressed dolls—all going "I : ' ;;1 :; |»-i' ei-iit off on the dollar. N Christmas Suggestions ! For Her Hand Satchels, Manicuring Sets NevV Belting Toilet Sets Pearl Buttons Back Combs Scarfs 1707 Chester Ave,, BMER>flELD, - CAL ( Family Trade Solicited Store and Ware room* 1518 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. For Him Smoking Set, Gloves, Fancy Armlets, Neckwear 4 , Mufflers Initial Hdkch'fs Fancy Sox, Sox Sc pporters Scarf Pins, Silk Hdkch' fs THE STORE IS OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS* THE SAFEST PLACE T O TRADE

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