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THIS BAlvEHSFiELL) CALU'OUMAN, WtiUM&UAV, AUUUftil'' ! P ir COMMUNITY NEWS it3R"ft£rrw— _... •_ < rv.» ^.'AI.I.* JhW Delano Residents in News DELANO, Aug. 2«. — Lo Roy Brown has returned from a trucking trip to the Los Angeles market with a load of fresh grapes. He was accompanied on the trip by his mother, Mrs. Clydo A. Brown. Harry Coolldge of Fresno Is spending several days visiting with his mother, Mrs. Mabel Coolldge, before being transferred to San Francisco by his employers, the Westlnghouse Electric Company. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Barnett entertained an their guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lo Hlanc. and their three aons. During the afternoon the two families motored to Bakersfleld. Mr*. Wayne Rambo is quite 111 at the family home northeast of town, being unable to leave her room for tho past several weeks, " Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Brown, Mrs. Florence Anderson and daughter Carmen attended the boat races at Shaver Lake on Sunday. Miss Gladys Rose, accompanied by Mrs. J. Young, both of Sangor, wore Sunday morning guests of Mr. and Sirs. J. N. Bowhay while on their wny to LOB Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. John Graham nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stacy returned homo Sunday night from San Diego where they spent three days. Mrs. Frank Hoopes and small son Russell Hamilton returned home Sunday night from Oreenhorn Mountain Park where they spent the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pratt, Sr., spent the week end at their cabin on Greenhorn mountain. MrB. L. B. Pryor, her sons Elclon and Paul and daughter Marjorle Leo returned home Sunday night from Venice where they spent tho past two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bulock have as their house guest, Mrs. Roberto. Katon. sister of Mrs. Bulock, from Tulare. Mrs. Sarah Qllmore of Ducor spent the week end here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Cheevers nnd family. Little Jeanctto Blank Is spending this week at Wasco as the gUest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Klassn. Mrs. B. F. McCormlck Is enjoying a vacation In Los Angeles as the puest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Qulnby have returned home from Sas Francisco where Mr, Qulnby underwent a minor operation. The Misses Rtith^Freols and Edna Julian have returned from a week's vacation which was enjoyed at Greenhorn Mountain Park. Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salsa, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Salsa and their daughter of Bakersfleld, Mr. and Mrs. John Salsa and family ot VI- salla, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hennlne- ton and daughter of Arvln and Mrs. Clem Pearl and children ot Taft. Mrs. James Hennesy and.daugh- ter Luanno have returned from n visit of several davs at Greenhorn Mountain Park where they were guests of Mrs. Frank Hoopes. Mrs. Fred Lopteln and her daughters Velma and Allene, Mrs, Herbert Cheovers and daughter Ruth and Bon William have returned home from a two weeks' vacation at Plsmo Bench. Miss Ethyl Keller and Lc Roy Brown spent Sunday at Mooney's Grove. Fruitvale Personal Notes FRUITVALE, Aug. 26. —Mrs. Clem Dorland and daughter, Carol Jean of Green Acres have returned from a two weeks' visit In Los Angeles with Mrs. Dorland's sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lundqutst wero Sunday guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Gus Rclker of Shatter. The sympathy of tho community Is extended the Gurnard Beer family on the recent death of Mr. Beer's father. Mrs. Marjorlo Stockton Is enjoying a two weeks' visit In San Francisco. Mrs. Jacob Unruh and family who have been spending tho summer at White River are. expected home In time for school. Georgia Cowan and LoulH Dwlght passed Sunday In Los Angeles. Mr. and Sirs. Klmble and family who are living In the Owens house, passed tho week end with friends in Los Angeles. Mrs. George Lee and children aro visiting at tho home of Mrs. Lee's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sanders. Mrs. Rex Smith of Trona. also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders hns returned to her home after a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vlnlng Barker and daughter, Linda Jo of Bakersfleld were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Vincent of Green Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Bates Dewey and daughter, Sybil have returned from Long Beach. Mrs. Dewey and Sybil also passed some time at Hollywood with friends while Mr. Dewey enjoyed a fishing trip. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Carlson and Mrs. Paul Shannon of Bakersfleld were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cowan. J. M. Elslmlnger of Long Beach passed tho week end with his sister. Mrs. Robert Booth. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Emerson have returned from a week passed at Kanta Barbara. Marvin and Loren Emerson havo also returned from a week passed at Cedar Creek. Regular services wero held at tho Fruitvale Union Sunday School last Sunday. T. C. Ellis of Arkansas, a cousin of Mrs. C. A. Smith of Frultvalo avenue, was present and made an Interesting address. BAKERSFIELD LADY CRIED WITH RHEUMATIC AGONY! VAN-TAGEBROUGHTPEACE Piercing Pain Made Sleep Impossible — Walked Floor All Night . . . , First Bottle Van-Tage Brought Relief to - Prominent Bakersfield Lady Known to Hundreds. Everyone suffering from rheumatic pains caused by sluggish bowels or a bloated cramped stomach, should investigate the startling results that so many Bakersfleld men and women are getting with VANTAGE. Right hero in Bakersfleld, thousands of bottles of VAN-TAGE have already been distributed. Druggists throughout Bakersfleld, Taft and Marlcopa report amazing sales of VAN-TAGE. One of the most convincing letters among tho hundreds received comes from a local sufferer. Because she has lived for 40 years In Bakersfleld literally hundreds of people know this grand old lady 70 years of age, Mrs. Carrie Farls of 816 Monterey Street, Bak- ersfleld. Despite her years and her suffering from ill health she has been an active member of Women's Benefit Association, the Woodcraft of the World Organization, and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Many of you know this lady and will respect what she says: Eats and Sleeps Normally First Time in Years "To whom, It may concern: I tried medlctrie after medicine but never In my life have I found anything like this wonderful new Van- Tage medicine. It helped me when others failed. '* "For over a year T have suffered with sharp Rheumatic pains from a clogged system—In fact, I had such awful pains I could not sleep at night. I simply walked the floor and the agony was so Intense that I often actually cried with the pain. "Finally we decided to try Van- Tage and see If it would help my condition. I went home that night with Van-Tage, but without hope •for I thought it was just another one of, those medicines. But now I want'to write this letter to thank the Van-Tago Company for this • wonderful formula. After taking just one bottle of Van-Tage I got relief and I could go to sleep. I am certainly going to continue taking "Tliis wonderful Van-Taee helped in my awful misery where everything else failed," gratefully testifies Mrs. Carrie Fnrls, 40- years' resident of Bukersfleld. this medlclno because nothing else has ever given me such quick action and such blessed surcease from pains. I hope my testimonial will benefit those who read this. It Is the whole truth and I am certainly glad to recommend Van-Tago because. It has dono so much for mo. Like 30 Medicines in One —at New Low Price VAN-TAGE acts on many vital organs of your body because of. Its 30 Scientific Medicaments—Including the 21 GREAT NATURAL HERBS. Some sweep right through the bowels—cleansing away tho old decayed Impurities; others relievo the stomach of awful gas and bloat; and still others flush tho kidneys— gently, soothingly. It acts on the, 4 Vital Organs—the Bowels, tho Stomach, tho Liver and Kidneys— as a diuretic, a stomachic, a chola- goguo and a REAL laxative. VAN-TAGE does so many wonder ful things in the human body that nobody can afford to be without it! —And it costs so little, too. For only a few pennies a day, you can get your supply of this celebrated Internal Medicine. Get a bottle today from the Eastern Drug, the Owl, or any leading druggist In Bakersfleld, Taft or Marlcopa. REMEMBER—your health is your most precious possession! Start using VAN-TAGE today. NOODLE BOWL Chow M«ln, 2Sc Th« Beit In Town! Open, Lunch to Midnight AIR COOLED 1310 Twentieth St. Phone 4998-J Cash for Old Gold Do Not Soil to Strangers Wlckersham Co. NinitMHth and "I»»" Struts Bride-to-Be Feted by Wasco Friends WASCO, Aug. 20.—Felicitating Miss Doris Clemens whose approaching marriage to Stanton Bryson is to tako place Saturday evening, September 5, a miscellaneous shower was given Saturday evening by Mrs. T. T. Matlock at her home. Tho evening was spent at games, prizes for which went to Mrs, H. O. Bryson, Mrs. K. F. Clemens and Miss Elizabeth Orundt. The guest list included mostly former high school friends of Miss Clemens, Misses Elizabeth Grundt, Etta and Mary Clark, Mary Morris, Wlnona Fry, Pauline Douglas, Betty Dolan, Dorothy and Evelyn Hadlock, Eunotta Tinney, Qeraldmo Bryson, Betty Lowe, and Mesdttmes K. F. Clemens, Abble March, Forrest Roth, H. G. Bryson, May Brown Smith, Doris Aernl Burnett, Doris Hoxle Bergthold, Melba Roth, Carma Woodard Hadlock, Jean Barrows Waitgh, Virginia Barrows Bergthold, Evelyn Goertz Harnett, and the honorce, Miss Doris Clemens. McFarland People Return From Trip MCFARLAND, Aug. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Ellis accompanied their granddaughters, Misses Phyllis and Norma to their home at Porter- vllle, following their return from a vacation trip whloh lasted two weeks and which took them on a tour of ,tho coast route from Morro Bay to Santa Cruz, returning home via Marlposa, where they visited as guests of Mr. Ellis' sister, Mrs. Maggie Norman. They passed the major portion of their vacation at Morro Bay, enjoying short trips from that city to Plsmo, and other coast cities. One of the most enjoyable events of their trip was passed at Cambria Pines and on up the new highway for BO miles, along the shore. En route to Santa Cruz, where they, passed three days, they enjoyed a short stay at Carmel, Monterey and Pacific Grove. McFARLAND ERNVILLE, Aug HO.—An astonishing Increase In the number K........ of bear to bo encountered In tho mountains surrounding Kernvlllo las been noticed this year by range riders and vacationist*. Recently Walker Rankln, cattle man of Walkers Basin, was reported to have seen eight bear In one group on Mount Breckenrldge. Frank Apalatea, South Fork rider, saw two during a recent trip into the Bar- tolls country. Those who have packed Into the high country beyond Falrvlew alto report having seen an unusually large number of these animals. Mr. Apalatea declared that tho bear he saw must havo wandered south from Yosfmlte. He said that they wero cither very bold or very tame because they stood at close range and looked him over without offering to run to tho brush as has become the habit of the much hunted native bear. Mr. Apalatea's judgment would seem to be borne out by the experiences of people on Breokenrldgo and Greenhorn mountains where bear have become so bold as to ransack camps and cattle ranches and make themselves the nuisance they have become In many national parks. McFARLAND, Aug. 2C.—Mrs. Forrest F. Warren and son Lcland returned Sunday night from Reedley, where they visited two days with friends. Mr. and Airs. George Woodworth entertained at their country home recently for their friends. Mr. and Mrs. J L. Campbell, and their sons, Johnnie and Scott, ot Los Angeles. Miss Betty Newby. who has been visiting with her uncle. A. IT. Newbv, and her friends, Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Allen, for the past two weeks, will leave today,for her homo at Collbran, Colo., where she has been elected to act as principal of a school near there this year. Miss Newby Is a graduate of the Bakersfield Junior College. During her stay here she visited her brother and sister^n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Newby, at San Luis Oblspo and with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. James Newby at Berkeley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Root and their children, Kathryn and Clarence, returned Monday night from General Grant National Park, where they were vacationing over the week end. WASCO WASCO, Aug. 26.—Mrs. John Unruh and two children and Airs. Ralph Kerly are visiting relatives in Canada for the summer. Leland Frlesen is to leave Bakersfield Tuesday for San Francisco where he will take the streamline train for the east for a vacation before school begins where he enrolled for his senior year at the Bible Institute of Los Angeles which begins September 8. Air. Frlesen will drive back a new car from Detroit which Is a gift from his parents, Rev. and Airs. B, J. Friesen, In honor of his twenty-first birthday, AIlss Etta Clark is enjoying a two weeks vacation from her duties at the local telephone switchboard. AIlss Clark will pass part of tho time at J^os Angeles, and Chowchilla, whore she will visit a sister, and at Bak- ersfleld with her mother and another sister, Aliss Alary Clark. Mrs. Alilton Lohr and two children, Banard and Norma, returned Sunday night from Santa Barbara where they spent several days with Mr. Lohr who has been In the Cottage Hospital there for 10 weeks. Air. Lohr's condition is reported as Improved but he will remain at the hospital for some time. Buttonwillow BUTTONWILLOW, Aug. 26.—C. T. Kemp spent tho week end visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thompson, at Vallejo, to welcome the new granddaughter, MIsH Sandra Lowellln. Charlie Grassls, with son and daughter Bobby and Jenny, spent several days with relatives in Los Angeles and visited tho fair at San Diego, returning homo Monday, Mr. and Mrs.-Dan Crawford with the children spent several days at Cambria Pines. While out deep sea fishing Dan loaned his spectacles to the fish and had to return home earlier than planned to get more glasses. Mrs. John Morgan and Mlsa Margaret Morgan spent several days visiting with friends on a ranch at Strathmore recently. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Smith have moved to the Curtis Hair ranch. Andy Is employed on the H. H. Hair ranch. Mrs. Birdie Anderson, who was recently several days in the hospital Is now resting at home a few days preparatory to an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ohllarduccl and (laughter Mary have just returned from a vacation of two weeks on the beaoh at Plsmo. Jim Porter, with his daughters, Edna. Ethel and Anita, has just returned from a vacation of three weeks on the beaoh at Cayucas. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Branch went to Santa Paula on business and while there visited with friends. Miss Kathleen Branch had been at Santa Paula several days. She returned to Buttonwlllow with her nurents. Abundance of Bears Found in Kern Mountain Country o The CaHfornian) John Slllcz, who found where beat- had eaten portions of his prize, stallion and a steer, caught one of tho mountain marauders In a large, cago bear trap at tho Slllcz ranch In Wagy Flat. As a punishment for his transgressions, ho held tho captive In the cage for two days so that ho might become utterly disgusted with his Immediate surroundings. The plan seemed to work because, when liberated, the boar charged from tho cago with a hasty grunt and was last soon streaking It for the farthest visible point of timber. It Is reported that the United States Forestry Service has found It necessary to treat the big bad bruins of Yosemlte a bit roughly in order to Instill In them a proper respect for the effects of the camper. Mountaineers bellevo that many of tho Yosemlto bruins havo resented such treatment and havo scattered south through tho Sierras. Most mountaineers of the Kern river area aro glad to see the bear Increase. They point out that bear do not endanger human life and that they more than make up for their mischievous habits around camp by their picturesque presence in the high country. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Aug. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Myers and sons Gene and Don left Sunday for a motor trip to Colorado to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shay have moved to Keene, where Mr. Shay is an operator for tho Southern Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. James Newcomb of Bakersflold visited at the H. M. Cowan home Friday. Mrs. Mlnnlo Bell, Alva and Miss Leona Boll of Portervillc visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blowers. Tone Yoder of Bakersfleld visited his family here Sunday. Mrs. Charles Curtis left for her home In Bouse, Ariz., Sunday night after a week's visit with her parents here. H. A. Woferllng passed Sunday at Gypslte, where he Is having a 10-ton stamp mill erected on his mines. Mrs. Frank Abshlro Is convalescing from an operation performed on Sunday at the Tchachapl Valley Hospital. The local grammar and high schools will open on September 7 and not on tho fourteenth, as previously reported. Lon Dennlson and son, Lon Jr., of Ventura, visited friends here on Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Cuddeback and her nieces and nephew, Mary Walts, Elizabeth White and Allan Watts, returned Sunday from a two weeks' trip to San Francisco and the northern part of the. state with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black of Taft. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marx are enjoy- ng a vacaton trip In tha northern part of California. Mrs. Margarette Marx Is acting as librarian during Mrs. Bill Marx 1 absence. Hans Roemer and Miss Martha Roomer of Bakergfleld are here for a Fhort stay. Jack and Gene Curtis of Quartz- He, Ariz., drove up for the week-end nnd to take home Mrs. Jack Curtis, who haa been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Flora Chitwood, for several weeks. Miss Peggy Chitwood accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Acedo are on- joying a few days' trip In southern California. Mr. Acedo recently broke ft thumb and was badly cut and bruised on a leg In an accident at the cement plant. Friends of Miss Gladys Paulson will be Rlad to know that she Is recovering from an appendectomy at a hospital in Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Irlart ot Bak- ersfleld wero In town Friday. ROSEDALE GLENNVILLE OLENNVIL,LE, Aug. 2«.—Airs. Anna Hewey ot Los Angeles Is spending several days at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Lu J. Conner. Airs. Conner, who recently broke a bone In her fool, Is- expected to return to her homo here from the San Joaquin Hospital in Bakersfleld. Her many friends are wishing for her speedy recovery. Air. and Mrs. Vern Herrington and daughter Etta May spent the week end at Bodfloh as the guests of Air. Herrlngton's parents. Ernest Zeller, Eugene Cantleberry and Geno Aloore havo returned from a two weeks vacation spent at Funston meadows. Alisses Evelyn and Vivian Daguc, Jimmie Gregg and T. S. Fugltt wero Bakersfleld visitors Saturday. Airs. At. W. Hunt and daughter Evelyn and W. J. Dun lap were dinner guests Friday at the home of T. S. Dunlap of Bakersfleld. SKIN DRY? r* -, <-*.-/ I YOU NEED IUTICURAS SPECIAL CREAMY EMOLLIENTS Dry skin smarts and roughens—ages a woman's looks more than any other factor perhaps. But so creamy, so soft and so absorbable ia the lightly medicated lather of Cuticura Soap that It does much to keep a naturally dry skin smooth and young-looking. The blended emollients of Cuticura lubricate and help protect—leave the skin soothed and always looking its best. Cuticura Ointment is just what Nature needs to help heal sensitive spots and ugly local irritations. Start this treatment today. Soap 25c. Ointment 25c. Buy at your druggist's. For FREE Sample, write "Cuticura" Dept 25, Maiden, Mass. ROSEDALE, Aug. 20. — Recent week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jones and family were Air, and Airs. Charles Boyer of Lorraine. Air. and Airs. W. P. Lewis and son Harmon motored to Los Angeles for a few days last week. Dick Currey of Old River called on Hans Aladson last week. Mr. and Airs. Bates Dewey and daughter Sybil returned Sunday from a week's vacation in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartell and children, Lulu Alae, Ruebeu, Florence and Clarence, motored to Tehachapi on an all-day outing Sunday. Airs. W. E. Blakely and daughters Donna and Johann have returned from a four days' visit In Van NuyS with Airs. Blakely's brother, Hal Marks. Airs. Alargarct Hill of Los Angeles recently'passed two weeks at the H. O. Jones place. Mr. and Airs. Andrew Helmforth passed the week end In Kanta Maria. Air. and Airs. Charles Aladson and family ot Taft passed the week end here with Hans Aladson. > Pete Neufcld returned home from the Kern General Hospital on Frl day after a brief Illness. Little Betty Lou Elders of Bakersfield Is passing a week with the Henry Bartell children. . Mr. and Mrs. If. O. Jones and daughter Betty and son Raymond re turned Saturday dfrom a week's vacation at the southern beaches where they vlnlted many of their friends. Air. and Airs. Ed Cornetaon nnd family, Air. and Airs. AVIlllam Cornel son and family with Mrs. Henry Cornelson of Oklahoma, who Is visiting here, motored to Sequoia National Park last week. Air. and Mrs. Georgo Smith have moved to the Lindsay place In the Norrls district. Air. and Mrs. Waymer Cornelson of Falrview, Okla., passed two day; hero with Mr. and Airs. John Neu feld and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Helmforth and daughter Virginia have returned from Traverse City. Allch., where they visited many relatives and also saw AIlss Minnie Helmforth who Is visiting her brother there. Airs, Heimtorth and Virginia went oast by train and were joined later by Air Helmforth who went by airplane They called on Peto Helmforth 0116 ovenlnjr recently. . Air. and Airs. John NCufeld and their house guests. Mr. and Airs Waymen Cornelson. passed .Sunday on an all-day outlno: at Spears Atead ows. Others attending "- O re Mrs Henry Cornelson, Mr. and Airs. Kd Cornelson and daughter Alary Eddie Mr. and Airs. William Cornelson nix" children, Wlla Alae, and Royce, Air and Mrs. Pete Ne'utelcl. Alias Reglnla belle Neufeld, Mr. and Mrs. Waymer. Neufeld and son Alurlcl and AIlss Johnadciin Neufelrt. Kern Family Back From Long Jaunt WEED PATCH, Aug. 2fl.— Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Thompson nnd daughter, Uary Alice, hiivn returned from 11 .wo week Heenlr ami cool vacation rip In the Pacific count states. Si'enle points and highways In Oreton visited Included Orator Lake, tlio Mount Hood Loop, the Columbia Iver highway nnd Portland. l'\illowlng Nlght-apnliig In Seattle incl In Vancouver, B. C., a trip was niado by boat to Victoria., on Vancouver Island. Tlio return trip was made clown the coast highway of Washington n nd Oregon and on tho Redwood highway In California. Visiting was dono nt Mr, Thomp- HOU'H boyhood homo, Ifiurekn. and at Petaluma, where Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Klndlg reside. News From Kernville Area Honor Wasco Girl at Pretty Affair WASCO, An*. 20.—Miss Elizabeth Otto and Miss llulh Wlelm enter- lalncd at a mirprlHn miscellaneous shower for M|HH Elizabeth Grundt, bride-elect of Richard HOOBS, whose wedding Is to take place Sunday, September 8 nt the Congregational Church hero In Wasco, Tho party was held at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. llonry Urundt Monday evening. ThoHO present were MIsseH Elizabeth Clrundt, .loHslo Clwln, Margaret Wlebe, GeraUllne tiryson, Uorls Clemens, Eunntta Tlnnc.y, Mlrlnn Raven, Edith Ncrling, Hetty Dolan, Margaret Grant. Dorothy Brown, Lucrettu Orlsso, Edna Shultx, Mary Grundt, Elizabeth Otto, Ruth Wiebe, Uutli Scott, Elizabeth Gromer, Mrs. C. V. Itoess and Mrs. Henry Grundt. Steak Fry Is Held by Rosedale Polk ROSE.DALE, Aiiff. 26.—A group of Rosodalo people and a few friends onpoyed a steak fry and picnic --iiip- per Monday evening at tho Kern County Park. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kisman and ,Too Barlow of Bakeraricld, Mrs. Galo Woody' of Oklahoma, Mr. Xlaman'n sister who is visiting here, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Uurbaugh, Miss Bertha Kruger and Miss Frances Kmgnr. KERNVILLE, Aug. 20.—Ed Oaff- ncy, In charge of thn sUito forestry fire station In Kernville, reports that he. will leave for .San Francisco In tho near future to assume Ills duties as assistant football coach at Him Francisco University. Mr. Unffne.v formerly played for Clonzngn University. Ho also played throo season* of professional football In (lie. cast. John Olson, a member of the service for tho past fow yours, will assume Mr. Gaffney's duties upon bis departure. Charley VVoodafd, "strong tob- hacco" mountaineer, found his ancient Dodge truck to be pretty strong tobacco when ho backed Into he cement retaining wall at thn new ionic of A. O. Huhro In Isabella and knocked out a section of concrete. Asldo from a nllghl dent In tho fen- ler, no damage was sustained by tho venerable car. Mr. and Mrs. Franklo flnydor recently left on a rodeo tour of the lorthwost. Mr. Snydor will fly 10 Port Worth, Texas, to appear In n. argo rodeo before returning to Kern county. A largo crowd turned out for the joneflt diuico hold at Don's pavilion PANAMA PANAMA. Aug. 26r—Mr. and Mrs. Con (irishott have loft tor a 10-day trip to Oregon. Air. and Airs. C. W. Bloodworth and daughter Jean and Alyno Rob erts have returned from Santa Alon lea beach Sunday. Mr. and Airs. Herbert Moasmoro and children of Fresno wero recen visitors at the home of Mr. and Airs Robert Stubblofleld. Air. and Airs. I. P. Roberts and daughter nnd Bon Alyno and Cornell have returned from Oklahoma where they spent two weeks. Air. and Mrs. Ham Yocum of Chicago, 111., aro visiting with Air. and Airs. Charllo Yocum. Air. and Mrs. Frank Loustalot and children have returned from Seattle. Airs. Floyd Plnnell and Airs. Sam Smith and Bon Billy \vero recent vis I tors of Mrs. Cioorgu L. Sliepard. Air. and Airs. Frank Allen and daughter Frankle of Bakersfleld wero recent visitors at tlio home of Air. and Airs. J. C. Hhrlvcr. In Isabella on Saturday night. Color WIIH added by the presence of Severn] members of the llnrry Sherman motion picture company, on location In Kernville, who itlilod In entertaining I be crowd. f,'. (?. Taylor of Los AngnlRH Is a. bouse guest nt the homo of Mr. and Aim. Arthur Alexander of Onyx. Air. Taylor, an old-time resident of Kernvlllo, bus enjoyed renewing old nciiunlnlniiccN In tho arua. He and Air. Alexander enjoyed a Wednesday trip to Juno lake. Raymond and Sherman Mllllgan, grandsons of Atr. and Airs. C. 13. Pettypool, have returned to Bakers- fluid after having spent a Week at tlio Pcttypool home. Airs. T. S. Smith of Onyx was com- p)lmen(eil on her birthday when n. Cow of 'her old friends and relatives gathered at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Airs. J. A. Green of tho Kernvlllo Telephone Company recently Journeyed to MuFartand where they visited with relatives. Air. Green also wished to tako treatments for the Illness which has Incapacitated him for some time. Minister Speaker at Delano Rotary DELANO. Aug. 20.—Tho Rover- end Edward Dnlos Ooodoll, pastor of tho Methodist Church at Lynwood, was the, guest speaker at tho Rotary Club luncheon on Tuesday noon nnd was Introduced by President George W. McCllntick. Tho Reverend Mr. Goodell Is a former pastor of tho local church and with Mrs. Goodell and their son Merrltt aro returning from an 8500 inllo trip which took them through Now England, Into Canada, tho east and middle west. He spoke particularly of our heritage as exemplified In tlio historic monuments and institutions of Boston, tolling of his visit to tho Commons, Park Street Church and com- otory. Old South Church, Bunker Kill, tho Wayside Inn inado famous by Longfellow In his "Tales of a Wayside Inn." Landon-Knox Club Formed at Wasco WASCO, Aug. 28.—With Arthur M. Crltes and Calvin Conron of Bakersfleld as speakers, n. Landon- Knox Club was formed here thin week. Officers of the new organization are J. IT. McMillan, general chair* man; W. C. Thomas, vice-chairman, Mrs. C. U. Graybeo, vice-chairman, Arch Bodies, secretary, and Clarence Campbell, treasurer « «» 200-TON SEAPLANE PLANNED LONDON, Aug. 26. (U. P.)—A giant seaplane, to weigh 200 tons, Is likely to be built shortly for tho British Ale Force. NOW GOING ON Walkers Basin WALKERS BASIN, Aug. 26.— Mrs. Linn A. Scoblo and her son .lames Junior visited with relatives here last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Scoblc, Miss Evelyn Elizabeth Scobln and James Scoble, Jr., left last Monday for a week's vacation In Yosemltn valley, Bass Lako and tho Sequoia National Park. William E. .TohiiB, David C. Mills, James Scoblo and tho Heed Brothers shipped cattle to the Kern Valley Packing Compiiny last Tuesdny. Recent visitors from hero to tho county seat were Mr. and Mrs. David C. Mills. Mr, and Mrs. William B. Wood, William 13. Johns. Wilfred Wood and .lamoH Leroy Montlel. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Rankln. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rankln, Mrs. Bllzu- both A. Wood, tho Misses Alice Wood, Florence Wood anil Hacchel Rankln and Mcsm-s. Hilly Hankln. Wilfred Wood, Wallace Wood and Henry Castro of Walkers Basin and Mr. and Airs, .Joe Rails, the Misses Emily Kails ami Evelyn Obar and Alensrs. Herbert Rails, Lawrence TlallH nnd Frank Robinson of Lo- ralno attended tho Thatcher anniversary on Brcckenrldgn mountain. THE PIANO Loved by Young and Old, by Rich and Poor, by Every Race, Color and Creed. Nothing Yet Has Been Devised to Take Its Place. Your Home li Not Complete Without a Piano. PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT YOUR INCOME Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Street BELTS AND TRUSSES We carry in stock, right here in Bukcrsfield, a full line of Belts and Trusses. All fitting done by a certified, competent fitter to your individual need. No need to go out of town for tins service; we guarantee fittings; no charge for adjustments. Sncro-Iliac, Abdominal, Post Operative Belts. A very complete line of Trusses and exclusive agency for the LITTLE DOCTOR truss, a revelation in trusses. See Us for Results KIMBALL & STONE Tht Particular Druggittf Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfielcl, Calif. Goodrich OF UNSAFE TIR EASIEST CREDIT on guaranteed Goodrich Tiros Buy now . fmy •• jrov NO RIP TAPE • NO DCUYS LUFKIN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE OFFICES NOW OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT From 10:00 A. M. to 12:00 A. M. Full Term Begins Tuesday. September 1 We am receiving more rails for offtro help than wo ran fill. Why not prepare yourself to fill one of these po.slllont>? -' Office, 1304 L Street Sun Kong Herb Co. CONSULTATIONS FREE Wonderful herbs for allmenta of kidneys, liver, etc. Especially cf- fcetlvo for all klnda of venereal diHeanea. Herbs offer Immediate relief. 2230 K Street, corntr Twenty-third Goodrioh Silvertown ores L. J. BENZINO, Minaftr Twenty-tlrtt and K Phong 721 GRUNOW Rifri|«rattrs—Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phtiu Mil I MI Ckutir •«•••• YOU MUST KEKL KKKK TO Call Upon Us for Aid and Sympathy in That Time of Need When Loved Ones Have Departed J. C. KUCKINciKri Flickinger-Digier Chapel d ('itsketH Are on DUplny the Cost 'of the Funeral Telephone 97 Various Priced Caskets Are on DUplny Which Govern the Cost 'of the Funeral 1227 CHESTKB AVICNL'K KllANK DICiIKU CHINESE HERBS Relieve! chronic ailment* ot all kinds. Male ind ftmitt troubles. $1.00 PER BOX PEK'N HERB CO. 20 Years In BakmfUld 1317 Twentieth Street, Up«t»ir» •I 1

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