The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1944 · Page 4
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4 TKursifoy, September 28, 1944 (Efje JJafefrfffiflb CaHforntAlf •MONTGOMERY WARD Buy at WARDS... MODERN HOME NEEDS AT LO DESIGNED-FOR-COMFORT PLATFORM ROCKER, ONLY Heal comfort for your money! A well-built chair with lots of room to relax in! Spring-filled . . . smooth, restful rocking action. Upholstered in heauliful cotton and rayon velvets, will go with your other things. Sturdy hardwood frame. An impressive value you won't want to miss at this low Ward price. Sec it sure! Only 20% Down! Monthly Payment Plan! 9*12 h 8.45 WARDS HAIR BASE, JUTE TOP RUG CUSHIONS For greater rug prolrclion and added walking comfort buy rug cushions for all your rugs. Gel longer wear from your liard-to-replace. wool rugs. The julc lop is needle punched and combined with the liair base you gel a springy, resilient cushion. See these rug cushions at \Vards. Other si/es of rug cushions comparatively low priced. 12 ox. MAPLE FINISHED CHEST FOR ROOMY STORAGE 19.95 Lots of room to solve your storage problem ; t : and a handsome piece of furniture, tool Mellow Maple finished ;;. constructed of solid Western Cabinet Wood tops and fronts, 3-ply end and back panels. Drawers are roomy. SO'/j-in. wide, 19'/2-in. deep, 42'/j- in. high overall. A big value at this price.:. see it sure! Only 20% Down I Monthly Payment Plan! COLORFUL PLAID SCATTER RUGS 3.19 Add a dash of color to your home and at the same time protect your precious wool rugs. Made of fine cotton yarns and all ore color fast and washable. Get yours at Wards. MODERN TABLES GENEROUS SIZE 8.45 Choice of Lamp or End table ar this low Ward price! Rigid construction ;; ; big sizes make for easier entertaining. Rich walnut veneers on select hardwood. COCKTAIL TABLE .. 9.45 FELTED COTTON MATTRESS VALUE! fay only 18.25 You can't beat it at this low price! Serviceable, softly filled with all new felted cotton. Woven stripe cover is strong and heavy. 50-lb. weight! A lot of mattress for your money! ARMSTRONG'S ASPHALT TILE 7? f»r9"M9"Til* and up Hert is a low cost floor made especially to cover concrete. Exceedingly attractive and very low priced. It is moisture and alkali resistant, stoinproof and easy to keep clean. * Visit our Catalog Department for Items not In store stocks if Give your budget a lift..»use our Monthly Payment nan Mont gomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "WHERE PARKING IS EASIER" Teacher Gets Hog From Fair Exhibitor T)r. J. E. Van Sant, of Fresno, winner of 10 prizes for his Hereford swine, today made a present of the purebred Herefore to Arthur Johnson, agriculture teacher HI Shafter and to Charles Hitchcock of the Shafter H,,ys' High School Club. He also presented a (i-months-old barrow, weighing 29(1 pounds, to J. M. O'Hare, rancher of the Buena Vista district. Doctor Van Kant said the local Victory Foods Fair was one of the best he has attended. He found inticlr interest in the Hereford breed which he introduced into his own stock four years ago in addition to Poland China, Hainpshires and others that he had raised for -0 years. He won the senior champ- pion boar, grand champion sow, champion, five first awards arid two second awards and one third in the Hereford I'ivision. He considers the Hereford as the coining hog of America because lie hires pork at the least expense of any of the breeds that he has handled. Emergency Rescue Plan Is Explained Civilian Aid to Navy, Army Plane Crash Victims Told Dct.-iils of ;m ciniTRt'iicy rr-s«Mie linn tlfvcl'jpod li.y ',ho unity and navy | \vlifri-liy civilian and law enforce- j incut ugcncirs may s«ve the lives of fliers and bring Ahem immediate assistance if they crash or are f'Mced to bail out was re<;oived today by the district attorney's office. Civilians should notify the nearest iliiw ont'orcomont agency, giving the •following report: I. The exact location o£ the crash; 1, time of crash; 3, condition of members; 4, name and telephone nunaber lot' person making the report; 5, any jollier pertinent information. j All law enforcement agencies will relay reports to the California lliRh: way Patrol, or to an officer with ! cliiss 2 priority telephone if neues- !sary. | In turn. Chief 10. Uayriiond fa to 1 of the patrol has? agreed to have these reports forwarded to a central military "nerve center 1 ' where they will receive proper action by the armed services. The plan was developed by the Fourth Air Force (army) and the Western Sea Frontier (navy) in order to direct fliers to a safe landing if they become lost or to afford prompt search and rescue if they crash or ball out. QUINTUPLETS always use this for CHEST COLDS y To Promptly Relieve Coughlnf « Make Breathing Easier V Break Up Congestion in Upper Bronchial Tract, Nose, Throat Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold — their chests, throata and backs are inv mediately rubbed with Musterole. IT MUST BB oooo! Musterole givea euch prompt relief because it'a more than juat a "salve." It's what so many Doctors and Nurses call a modern counter-irritant. Musterole not only relieves coughs, sore throats, aching muscles due to chest colds but ALSO helps break up congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose and throat. Musterole is wonderful for grown-ups, too! And so much easier to apply than B mustard plaster. Ready for instant usa — just rub it on! "No fusal No muss, with Mus/erole." IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's MM Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong. MUSTEROLE Local Marine Sergeant Writes From Marianas Mr. find Mrs. JMIIIPS T">. Fox have receiver! news Hint their sun, Sei- KPiinl Jininiie N. Knx of the marines, is now stationed in the Marianas, lie reports he is well after nine months overseas service and sends regards to all his RaUi-rsl'iolrl friends. HARVEST TIME The thrill of autumn harvest!—your reward for patriotic hour* spent in your Victory Garden. And when those victory vegetables are gathered, and that cheerful moment of relaxation comes, reward yourself with mellow-aged Rainier Club Extra Pale Beer and feel truly refreshed. And, be sure the budget savings from your Victory Garden go into War Bonds and Stamps! Rainier Ircwlng Company • MM Tranche* • lei Ant«(** BACKACHE, LEG FAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If backache and leg pains are making you miserable, don't nist complain anrl do notli ing about trum. Naiuremay oe warning you that your kidneys need attention. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking excess acids and poisonous waste out of the blood. The> help most people paas about 3 pints a day. If the ]5 miles of kidney tubes and filters don t work veil, poisonous waste matter stays in the blood.These poisons may -tart nagging backaches, rheumatic pains, kg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, iwelling, puffiness under the eyes, headaches and diizi- nets. Freq uent or Bca n ty passages with imart- ingandburuiugsometimessliows there is something *ron|$ with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! A?k your druegist for Dean's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poinon- ous waste from the blood. Get Doan^ Pills. Reduce the Comfortable AYDS Way Don't wear yourself out with tiresome exercises. Don't give up all the foods you like. In clinical test* under the direction of medical doctors more than 100 persons lost an average of 14 to 15 Ibs. average In a few weeks with the AYDS Vitamin Candy Reducing Plan. Try it yourself. Phone 5-5851 Notions Main Floor Weill's M Buy Used Radios Radio and Appliance Co. Fox Theatre Building 20 IS H Street, Dial 4-4055 '2.98 flat 2Q% Federal fox NO MAU ORDERS 1 ' t town's suedes, polished leathers and real- looking alligator calf. Sizes to 10, widths to C QUALICRAFT SHOES »4.45 HANDBAGS. .M.98 to '4.98 1431 Nineteenth Street Bakersfleld

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