The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1936 · Page 7
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Since this was started here a year a«ro, ranchers and breeders of draft horses have practiced their strongest and smoothest working teams, hop Ing to show that California horses could exert as much power aa those developed In the middle west and east, where pulling oohtesta have been popular for years. * Finals In the tfeata to determine which team can pull the heaviest weight the longest distance In the ohortest time will be held Saturday. Youthful members of the 4-H oluba who won honors in the Junior division livestock sweepstakes were to be awarded trophies during cere tnohles between races. More than 1000 farm boys and girls c<ime here from their annual convention at Davis to see the fair, attend the auction of livestock and witness, the presentation of trophies to sweepstakes winners and to Billy Hlght;, Hanford, southern district winner In * the pig feeding contest; James Van Duzer, Loleta coast division winner, and John Jacksori, Yolo, northern division winner. Yesterday, future armers of America enjoyed a similar prbgram climaxed by the presentation of fcold ,keys to 81 of their members who were judged tho best In the state. Pret9 te^ed Wire) SACRAMENTO, Sept. .11-—Mw. Spencer Traoy, of Hollywood, nursed bruises today as a result ot tumble from her mount during a feminine polo game at the state fair last night. She was the third victim of polo spilla, having been preceded by M P. B. Hart, Sacramento, who was unseated Tuesday, and Gladys Vier- rneycr, Arbuckle, who was hurt Wednesday when her, horse hit a goal post. t - & LOS HUB 1 BS, Sept. 11. (A. P.) Herbert A. Payno, county auditpr, Is In St. Vincent's Hospital today recovering from a compression fracture of tho first lumbar of the vertebrae. He fell ffom the roof of hla babin near Redlands while fixing an aerial. u p e r i o r * • EMMETT HAYES, Distributer 1920 'i . " Stm* Fill D V [ PktM l\nf nr \,n Sfr For « month you may fine piano, and men Is can that L made you later decide ^^^ n ' r •• X T ^ will allow you full credit amount on lan Einitiin "4 l * sy I— tf -'* :. . I - - .,' rx n ri 1 r ^> •?;:-- . ••' - . • Jl-\~i j '<--'• '- • j -j ** -i -I - P- .,1 ' < :*, ith part 2ipf>e:h FM1 Cd Sizes s to 86, Bloomere, fibortioft, panties and Vests. Heavy raybn Quality, All perfect. Pink and peach. Sizes 4 to 14. Special I ' J. ' I • 7 ,• .-- .. • -• .,'..-• ^M L f _ V L ^B __—I_^_J L .\ \\\ __' ^ CLOTHES HAM t ^ l I ' b L A^^^^^^^j^gA ^^^^U^^^^^ p New shipment of clothes hampers. In 16x24 s All col L Sp h All-leather high top with heavy sole arid rubber heel. Bis tent, tan izes 6 to Pair GIRLS' SCHOOL ORES •. - . . ' • ' • . Clever new fall stylos in fast color fcrint,dresses for school. Now patterns. Sizes 6 to 14; GIRLS' Pine hroadcloth slips with built-up shoulders, Rutttcid trimined. Pink, peach and white. Sizes 8 to 14, ecJal . Girls' Knit Vests Elastic fenlt panties and vests In flesh colors. Sizes small, medium and large. wear. Cowb en lore Last Hiffh Sch PP ave Check oys Thrift PP avmgs dkerchief Now OW an Girls oys' School Shirts color broadcloth shirts for school ell tailored and full cut. Solid and fancy patterns. Sizes 6 to 14. Salee Fine quality nntcen blooniorH in pink, peach and wlilto. Sizes 6 to 14. Special oy»' 2-Plece Boys BOYS' SOX EAN h ' ™ Fine two-piece wool nihted jackets or coats with long pants to match. Sizes 2 j Heavy blue Jeans Full cu Fine quality rnyon and cotton mixed abort BOX . . . with knitted elontlc top. Slxen to 10. Pair £08 pecla Gym P oys Chambray Shirts oy* . , Regulation gym pnntH In gray color. All nUea. Special . . . Heavy chttmbray Bhlrts for school. , . Coat style with 2- buttoned pockets. . . Sizes 8 to 14. Special ZIPPER CORDS Heavy well tailored cord pants with zipper and lock. Full cut. Sizes 8 to 16. Special BOYS' STRIPED . . Pull cut utrlued overalls with bib. Well made and ro- Inforeed, BtKoa 0 to 16, Special . . . OVERALLS r 1000 Pieces Ladies 9 Rayon {Indies • . , . r . • ' m- - ~ .'•••-. \ . -• Bloomers, shorties, panties, etepins and vests. Tailored or lace or applique trimmed. Plain or fancy material. All perfect, Tw6nty-five new Btyloa. Chiffon-Service , \ Full Fashioned TUNIC ^p»- »• s SWING STYLES Dretaea for ttrcct, afternoon or «portt we a freah, new fail atylea In allka, crepes and silk prints. Beautiful fall fashion* at the National's low prlo YOUTHFUL STYLING 4 Tailored models—and dress styles with fur- tnnuned collars that may be worn up or down. New sleeve treatments and necklines. Full-lined. Beautiful coats, fashioned iu fur fabrics and woolens—at the National, Hose oats zat All colors and sizes. Ch >'- '\ »'v, ' ' ' v Beautiful clear weave nllk hono In «heer chiffon hiul service weight with plcot top. Pine quality. All uer- r«ct. New fall Bhodos. Bite* to 10. ^ ^m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^•^•^•^•^^MP^i^^PMi^^^M^HHBeBlMBHBeHiBB^BBBSMHBBlBHBIBHlHI LADIES' SKIRTS I LADIES' SWEATERS B4ys' choo! hoes -,- ' • * > Sizes 6 to 2. All leather soles. New fall styles In oxfords and one-straps. Tan, black, patent and two-tone color. ^^ ••' MAIN FLOOR \ ^^f 51 Gauge Dresden CHIFFON HOSE New ahlpmont of «xtra Bh«er chiffon houo In famous Dreiidon brain], New full colors. <%Uophunc wrapped. Sizes 8H to 10. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••••••^^^BBBBIMI Children's Anklette f m . epair Department F T ' ri Fine cotton mercerixod and rny- on mixed anklottoa In aolid aud fancy pnt terns and white. to 10. Special, pair Kino quality flannel aklrta la new styles. Pleats and button trimmed. All colors. Sizes 20 to 32. Special ....... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^i^^^^^l^i^^^^l^^B^^^^j^^j^^j^l^B^^^^ri^^^^A^i^^^^^^^i^ri^^^B^ ^^^P^^^^^P^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^P^P^*^^^^^^^^^P^^^*^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^J en f s - Ladles BATHROBES Heavy blanket robes with fancy trimmings. Fancy patterun. All Bites. Special P . . . ••• Ladles' Popular mohair wool sweater* in button and zipper front. With or without collar Ail BiZQB. Kali colors. Special OFF-THE-PACE FLARES CLEVER NEW BRIMS SMART MANIPULATION! PILL BOXES W 's, Children's * » Leather or Composition HALF Special Th - : •* SHOES DYED f Felt and leatherette wlUi padded solo and heel. Si*OB to 8. Pair ..... slippers Ladles PUR Fitted Fine <iun.lt mmed 44. pec AC ft Leather, suedes, grain leather, alii tfator and patent. New fall Htyloa and BhapOH. Largo seiec* tlon, ciai • * . . • BLACK All Work Guaran Shop on Mizzanine FUir * * X - ' . W "^^ c Suede Suede V Leather sition Sole. i ^ n ' Shoes Black. Brown, Blue or Gray and Military and College Heels, es Are Built to Give Long Wear am 6r, Crepe, Compo Broadcloth, Madras^ Rayon Stripe Stlid Oolort-fincy PtHirni, Whltf-AII Slut Duk* of Kint Button-Down Collars Some of the best shirts the National has ever offered at this price. Rich, deep tones in wine, brown, nary and chocolate— fancy patterns and white. Full cutr-flnely tailored, Ali sixes at our special low price of $1.001 ETAS—FELTS !W COH Wonderful Selection! $ 1.49 to $2.95 ^____^^gg_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBWSBH^M^ Yard Goods Specials COTTON TWEEDS Look like wool, wash like cotton; 36 inches wide. New plaids, printa and checks, on dark grounds, Fine ginghams made to sell at 39c, also included. Special YARD SPECIAL GROUP arantee /' •'- •"•, *^v IV . 'f - I-t en's Ties Large selection of new fall colors and patterns. All lined. Men. Boys, GirlB, Children IT- ^ > • I I MEN'S n Shoe Hats WORK SHIRTS Heavy blue oliftmbray work shirt* in coat ntyle and two- button pookaU. Full out 8tc«ft HH to 17. Special i en'» Rayon Shorts, Shirts Heavy rayon material All perfect. Full cut. AH colors, Bitea 28 to 44* Cnolct * • . • . —36 —36 ^ ti ««• v» • » F9 f*^ ^-"** •• 6-in. Pique Prints and Broadcloth 10c 38-inch fast-color prints and broadcloth. Also laces to clear. Special at lOc yard. For pillow tops and cushions. I V Shadow-Proof SATI For tea— SPECIAL • * * i. - -i Fine selected feU hats in new fall atylea and shape*. color*. Size* 1%. Striped color cotton pant* . . . and whipcord p&nU for dr«a and work. Sawfor- le«d shrunk* •IBM. www»» ^r SLIPPERS I - and leather* «tt* e Uppers with padded aolea. Sites lo r 36-IN. RAYON PRINTS Washable prints for school dresses. New floral, plaid and dot patterns. Special, priced at.....Yd* •INCH CRASH ' . ' Ail new patterns for drapes, portiars, couch covers and furniture covers. 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