The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 26, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 26, 1908
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THE BAKERSPEBLD CALIPOB SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 36, 1908. FOR NEW YEARS Fruit Cake As us ;MI eel. Give (food fis mothers, order find In- eonvin Pound Cake This is out' specialty. Pronounced by housewives (ts the l)(!St OVLT. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St Phone M 930 Let us sell yon your fines and liquors for your Christinas dinner find the beet will be yours. Phone us your order. We're headquarters for Port Wines—nnd nil other liquors that you may wtint. Whenever you buy Port Wines buy them tic-re whore you can get the best In quality and flavor. We carry both the California and Imported Port Wines — the California sells for $1 to J1.5U a sal- lon ami the Imported for $1 to $4. Take your (!>:,!(••;• and plume, us your order. Fred Gunther Co. Family Trade Solicited Store and Wareroorns 1513 18th St. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. Prescription Filling IS Oil)' \Ye .1.. specially, work » this neciirat'd v and carefully. UMti'j; only the purest ami \if--i nf driiu;s. \Ve have only expert^ In do Iliis work and charge less than ot heist ores. Brim,' all your work to us. St. Francis Observes the Day Christmas was a day of much ceremony, music and oratory at St. Francis. From early morn until a late hour in the afternoon the church was filled with worshipers and visitors. HlKli mans, followed by two low masses, eelebatcii '>>• Father Mengh- or, 8. J., took place at 5:30, 6 and 6:30 a. m. Hundreds approached Holy Communidn at a!! tin* masses, the larger number lielng present at the o:.'!M mass. Musses at 7:30, 8 and 9 a. m. were celebrated by Father Leo the assistant red or', nnd during the children's muss Father Krtind address- id Eagles Had a Merry Xmas The Chris'inns social of the Eagles last night was n very enjoyable affair. About 100 rouples were present and enjoyed the dancing until an early hour this morning. The beautiful club rooms werr appropriately decorated. In the cent IT of the dancing floor stood a big tree handsomely decorated and lighted. A pleasing feature of the evening wns the singing of Chan ley Russell's quartette. In addition to the popular tenor, Messrs. Emerson, Piper and Pile made up the four, j Mr. Russell the children. Solemn High Mass 11 a. m. The event nf the day was the solemn high mas-< at 11 o'clock. With (hi* ringing of the chimes, the peal of the pipe organ, assisted by the orchestra, the solemn Christmas procession entered the church In the following (order: Cross Hearer Oeorge Coyne, J Torch Hearers Masters Edmond Kauose and Gregory Newhouse, twenty-four altar boys In soutnas of red with lace surplices, followed by Masters James and Peter O'Hare as acolytes, Father Leo, sub-deacon; Father Meagher, S. J., deacon, and Father Frund, celebrant. It was a pretty scene, filling the entire center alile. [•in her Meagher delivered one of his usual forcible sermons on the feast day "Christmas or Nativity." The speaker pictured the world today and its sentiment of love and affection for the child Jesus. He said la part: "The world today Is worshiping at the feet of the god of pleasure, wealth, etc. Ask thu world today the names of leaders in religion, in good works, etc., and it wil hesitate, but ask that tame party the names of the leaders of society, fortune, pleasure in any form and the required names will be tiirnlshed at. once. Kilter the classroom today and ask for the leader of the class. What leader? The leader of Htudy or of the athletics? The former nun" know, thu latter every chilj will i el) you. Christ said, 'Unless you I.eiiim..- us little- children you cr.nnot enter i In. 1 kingdom of heaven,' in other | word.s unless yon heroine like unto the 'child In tin- stable of IteiUchem you emmet ciiier th L > kingdom of heaven. .My friends, let us ;is Christians kneel tiidny ;it ibe feel nf I In; new born Chri-t nnd 'here prny that we may become ii|.;,. unto him in poverty, purity mid love." Farmer's Mass in B Flat. Tiie ! ;.. choir, assisted by Newmans i-:'i Iiestra, rendered Farmer's Mass in •!' lint. Special solos were rendei-ei] by .Miss Jane Barber, Mrs. \ Thomas, Miss Alma Korker, Mr. Seib ' ;niii Mr. MacKae. | Mass at the St. Clair Hospital. > t hristmus was celebrated lit the > , si'-tt-ra' chapel In ibe St. Clair bos- j i.ital. Father Kriiml celebrated musses there at (i:SO and 7 a. m. with the entire community of Sisters present. Decorations Elaborate. Tli" dec-orations at St. Francis Church were very beautiful and elab- oniie. The high altars were banked uiih lerns, Christmas holly, red and polnsetti'K, palms and various j hiMts. The large electric star, st sren In the entire valley, add- at ly to the artistic work of the .s. Those in charge of this w. re Mis. T. A. Wilson, Misses ie and Itachel llewett. Kdward hni; |i!a-ed Ihe star. iys one nf Ills most successful solos A very Inviting luncheon of turkey sandwiches, salads and relishes was served. Bob Burnett and Professor Keiihn rendered the music. The committee in charge was J, N. Massey and J. C. Beggs. HOUB6,T. Second Week of Rehn Company The Rehn Comedy Co. for their second week of stock at. the Union TUeater, offer a big double bill as the attraction. For the first four nights the two screaming farce comedies, "Rooms for Kent" and "The Gardener's Troubles," will bo presented at • each performance, together with new pictured melodies, and new vaudeville acts. A new feature of this company's engagement, is the offer they make the ladles for the second week's engagement. Tills company has what they call a bargain sale week, offering two shows for the price of one admission, and admiitiiiR any lady free, to any performance, when the lady Is j accompanied i>y an escort or another j lady, holding a reserved sent ticket. This means that two ladles or a lady and her escort will be admitted on one reserved sent ticket. If the two comedies |iresenied by this company ilurini; tile first week of their c'lisiise- nn-nt. can be taken as a criterion, tin* H:\Kersfleld public is indeed pet- tine a bargain, when they are enabled lo see twice as much for the one price <>( admission. W E wish to thank our friends for the greatest business in history of our store, also to thank you for the patience shown during the Christmas rush. While we put forth every effort for your convenience, if in anyway you have been neglected w e wish to assure you it was an oversight Once again we wish to thank you. Two Divorce Suits Heard Too Late For Classification LOST—Monday, at Hudnut Park, black coll, is months old: has long tail. Finder will please notify W. G. Lutz, telephone Main 169. 121 FOU RENT—Furnished rooms with or without gas for heating. Apply 1030 King street, Kern. 127 FOR KENT—Four-room house with bath. Inquire of J. M. Good, 1X24 I street. 130 , , * FOR SALK—1907 Thomas -111 h.p. an(, in Al condition. Terms to responsible party if desired. For demonstration telephone Main 270 or Main 111',:!. tf the ti ed tr ladie. work Ma Hi i' FOR SALK—Twenty acres, clost icvn; plenty n!" water; -to .acres t miles '.nit; eKrn l;-d;md water, a'.' ncreu in nlfall'ii: Kilne ditch. For prices see Suitor & Co. 1920 I Ml-eot, Main tt::i. 1UT In .Iiulge Bennett's court today, John Griffiths was granted an interlocutory decree of divorce from Abigail Griffiths on the ground of desertion. .1. R. Doi-fcy represented the complainant. Uefore Judge Mahon the testimony in the suit for divorce brought by Marie Kruger against Frank Kruger was heard and the case taken under ', advisement. j Rowan vs. Enderle. ( | Judgment in the case of Barbara ! Rowan vs. Max Enderle was filed to| day. The plaintiff thereby recovers ' possession of seven cows, one steer ; and three head of young cattle, increase. The defendant recovers from 1 plaintiff two head of increase in ' stock, while the plaintiff is required i to pay the costs. | To Sell Property. In the estate of James WHlis, deceased, order of sale of personal property hag befle made. Answer Filed. In the cases of Jennie Mulvaney * ', and Mattie Donovan vs. F. \V. Tegeler, answer has been filed, denying In toto the allegations of the complaint. Fred E. Borton represents the defendant If you want a nice ai-iui: of liquor or fine wine 01 your Christmas dinner table get. it at erges & Co.'s. Here you are surt tt get the pure goods. 124 You will find the rest assortment of wines and liquors at 1623-1625 Nineteenth street. See the gorgeous display In the windows. 124 D. W. Walser Is In town from the Basin. P. G. Deyo of Fresno 5s a/ the Southern. Charles S. Dickinson of Marlcopa is in town. J. Fried, the Los Angeles oil man, was an arrival in town last night. J. P. Qulgley of the California Hot Springs Is at the Southern. D. W. Tolar is visiting here from San Pedro. i Phone Main 53. Free Delivery St. Francis Christmas Tree Monday, j Next Monday evening the children ! M! .-t. Francis will enjoy themselves, a; .-'. I-' 1 ".!!!"!:; hull, where two largo I 1 '" ;. OIK- for the boys and one for the girN, are ready. Father Meagher Departs. ! The Rev. Father Thos. A. Meagher, j S. J., who has been hero for the past three w. •(•',.>• ani| who left last evening on the Simla Fe for San Francisco, j will take up nittilomtry work In northern fields. Services at St, Francis Tomorrow. Tomorrow the following la the order or sevices: Low mass, 7:45 a. m. Cliiklen's mass, a a. m. High mass and sermon, 11 a. m. No evening services. The Promoters of the League of the Sacro4 Hoar w tile m 1 lot aolnhrdliihrdhiBhrdlu Heart will meet in St. Francis hull at 7:30 p. m., Father 1-eo in charge. FOR SAI.K l.o! KITxL'OS feet, fenced (n spi< ndld place for chickens!*!' I room house; well, windmill and lank; in Kern; for only $70(1. See It. A. .Moore, room li, Hopkins building. PhniK 1 Main •!:;:!. 1^7 CITY BP'EFS. ODD FELLOWS KEKN . ,Ol)fJK No. J02, I. O. O. F.— Regular meetings every Saturday evening, S o'clock. ICvery fifth Saturday in a month, social night. Sojourning brethren are always welcome at our meetings. T. P. Pinnell, N. (!.; .1. \V. Crosland, secretary, p. O. Box r.2. EAGLES ATTENTION. All members of F. O. 10. No. fill are requested to meet at Ragles hall on Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m. for the pur- nose of attending the funeral of our late brother, Jeff La Mrake. C. F. WAUTKlt. W. W. P. Jo. P. Carroll, Secy. Masg at McKlttrick. Mass will be celebrated at McKittrick Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock by Father Leo, assistant rector of St. Francis. U. S. GoversuneRi Inspectors supervise every detail in the production of SunnyBrook THE PURL FOOD Whiskey Died of Paralysis—William Frazler, a laborer 69 years of age, died Thursday afternoon at the county hospital from paralysis and was burled this morning from the undertaking parlors of Dixon & Sons. He was single and nothing is known of his relatives. Inspect Conditions—S. Takahashl and W. Oyama of the Japanese con- i snlate in San Francisco, were here for several hours yesterday visiting the officers of the local branch of the Japanese Association. They were shown through the oil fields and made a general inspection of the lower end j of town as to the condition of the | Japanese,. They expressed their gratification that gambling had been suppressed among the local Japanese and the women of ill fame driven from the city. Gave Chief a Bike—The members of the fire department yesterday surprised Chief Gundlach with a hand| some gift. A new model bicycle was I the token and the memento m iiie fire i laddies' appreciation of their chief is I reciprocated in equal amount, for I some weeks it no the cvhiel's bicycl.c i was stolen and he has been walking since. Inspect Power Line—Supcrlnten-' ! dent Harry Jastro and Jim linker to- j ; day wont to the canyon in Gotohell's | 'automobile to inspect the power line.; Died at Hospital.—Isiine .l.iineKiMi. I an Inmate of the county ho. nilal. djoil lie was 70 years of a,:c and suffering from general debility. : AYegetabkPreparatioiifor Assimilating theTood and Regulating the Stomachs and Bowels of ProtnotesT5ifestion,Checrful ness and Rest.Contains neither Opnim.Morphine nor>Daeral. NOT NARCOTIC. ftcaft afOldtirSAMVELPlTQJES Pump/ti Mt.Stfuia A perfect Remedy Tor Constipation, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Corwjlsionsjeverish- ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. CXACT COPT OF WRAPPCB. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of in Use For Ovei Thirty Years GASTORIA THC OCHTAUH OOMMNT, MEW YOHH CITY. WELL BOREH. J. H. KEE-E W< II Borer. Worlc '.iii i:'antee,d 2SU7 Chester »•-••. They upon measure tK grain—they i'.ircet the, ilistiiliilKji hr uliHki'.v—1'n-y wuti'h the i-toi.n'i' t.ii'l linally tlicysinn • iiml .•*•!• In it lluil tin? "GovLriimcut t.'rtrn Siainp" i-. |ilmvd :n'h'li- In 'iin- il I'".'- "S thi-ir mntn I- • .1 |.u--iliM- a.^suraiii'i' Hull iiTi--. purr, inn iirnl, sv.i..i;.l wliiskc;'. fully nialurcJ anil U. S. 'MCH'.SCFT. PURE-MELLOW. / sit yo"r dealer for it. •V.'.lljK. Ul^ilLLUUY CO., JoOersoii Co., Ky. L. C. ROSS. General Distributor. BAKERSFIELD, CAL, THERE'S A FIT AND SET n the harness we sell (tint makes | your dolliirs do doulile duly in its i liiiyiiiu r and the liarncss douhle ! service ill its use. \\'e Iliive just received a t'rosli slock ot' heavy draft cellars warranted imt to eliai'c or gall tlie liorso. Our lino of dog collars is 1:0111- plete iu variety, style, linisli. PIONEER HARNES SHOP. MATT8ON BROS., Prop. 1821 Chester Avenue. SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH PRATT'S SCALEOIDE Soluble petroleum. Will positively destroy San Jose scale, and all soft bodied sucking insects without injury to the tree.. Trees sprayed. . For sale at Chester avenue Nursery, corner Sixth Street and Chester avenue. Phone Main 746. Hayden Furniture Co. ... ear m Mind ! A "Hoogier" cabinet will be given away on New Years' Day to one of our customers—come In and we will explain just how to become the winner of this valuable article. See the cabinet In the window. DYER A JONES.

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