The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 9, 1933 · Page 3
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Tho sudden death of your dear mothcu. was the most sqvere shock of my whole, life and I have been unablo to throw off my grief." •* Kendall and his wife, tho former Miss itlnnto Edith Wiley of Llscomb, town, had been man-led nearly half a century at the time of her death last August 22. Tabernacle to Show Illustrated Songs There will bo several beautiful Illustrated songs thrown on tho screen Tuesday evening while tho congrega- I'tlon sings ut the Boothby-Splllman tabernacle, on tho corner of Chester ; avenue and Eighth street. These pie- tures are paintings by some of the world's greatest artists. Evangelist Boothby'a lecture will be, "The Day When tho Sierra Nevada . Mountalna Will Be Moved. The Bible •Kortells a Great Disaster." FOUR BOYS DEAD NOTED CLUBMAN DIES BRUNSWICK, Oa., Jan. 9. (A. P.)— W. B. Jennings of New York, presl- c\onl of the Jekyll Island Club, died at hla home on the Island early today. IIo had been a member of tho millionaire club for years and Its president for five years. Splittinq Headaches Unfit she teamed why ehe was always *""" miserable —and found out about MM Tablets (Nature'* Remedy). Now she gets ilonj fine with everybody. This safe, depend- ible, all-vegetable laxative brought quick relief ind quiet nerves because it cleared her system Jl poisonous wastes—made bowel action asy and regular. Thousands take Nil daily. It's such a sure, pleasant corrective. Mild, ion-habit-form- ng. No bad after- meets. At your Iruggisfa—Z5C. 'Tl •! aVA«T TUIVl? Won, Fifth Student Is Near Death; Three Hurt in.Collision Near Ely, Nev. (Atioclatfd Prett Leated Wire) ELY, Nov., Jan., 0.—Four McQllt, Nov., high school basketball players woro dead here today, a fifth wna near death and throe others wero treated for injuries as a result of a head-on automobiles collision following a game at Ituth. Nov. Tho automobile in which tho eight players were returning to McOIll from Ruth collided Saturday night with .a machine driven by J. A. Mahonoy, McOIll business man, who was also Injured. Those killed, all aons of em- ployes of the Nevada Consolidated ' Copper Company, were: Charles Eberle, Jr., Chris Collls, Tern Baker and Joe Montlllone. Erlaiici Llnnell was so seriously injured physicians say ho may not live. Uls skull was" fractured. The other plnyors Injured were: Nick Pintar, dislocated jaw, cuts and brulsen; Sylvan Morley, fractured thigh, contusions and cuts, and Charles Curr, bruises and cuts. , Mahoney, who received a ' broken kneecap, a gashed leg and internal cheat Injuries, told officers tho au- tomobllo In which tho basketball squad was riding was on the wrong side of tho highway and had .but ono headlight. He declared the light was so dim, ho mistook It for a tall light. Mahonoy's machine burst into flames after the collision. One Cent a Day Brings $100 a Month Over One.half Million Dollar* Already Paid In Caih Benefit* Action In the Sine-Japanese situation made a sudden switch to Shan- halkwan, eastern termlnui of the Qreat Wall, In northern China, with Japanese troops reported In ponenlon of that city after hot fighting. Above, the end of the Qreat Wall at Its Junction with the «ea. Center, refugeea ready to flee Tangihan, Important coal mining center, on Pelplng-Mglcden Railway, during a former war period, such scenes now being repeated. | Below, map of the area affected by new activities. OUR GREATEST JANUARY VALUE One cent a day (13.06 per year), Invested In a National Protective Policy, will now buy more Insurance benefits than can bo secured from any other Company for any amount up to |10 per year. This new policy, paying benefits up to 1100 each month or $1,000 to $1,600 at death, Is now being sold to all man, women and children, between the ages of 7 and 80 years, whether employed or not. The benefits for auto accidents of $100 a month' (Instead of the usual ?r>0 a month) IH said by many to bo alono worth tho entire cost of $3.85 per year. Yet this Is but one of the many features of this new and unusual policy. The National Protective Is the largest and oldest company of its kind In the world. It has paid over one-half million dollars In cash to thousands of Its pollcyholders when cash wai most needed. Send No Money For 10 days' freo Inspection of policy, simply send name, age, address, beneficiary's namo and relationship to National Protective Insurance Co., . 603 Pickwick Building, Kansas City, Mo. No medical examination or other red tape. After reading policy, which will be mailed to you, either return It or send $3.65 which pays you up for a whole year— 365 days. Send today while offer Is still open.—Adv. 9 Living Room Pieces for Only This Group Complete as Listed Below $69 95 Only $5.00 Down $5.00 Monthly No Interest thered with] Backache? Magazine End Table; a comfortable, roomy Occasional Chair, covered with good grade tapestry; an End Table, as shown in picture; a large Occasional Table, and a • beautiful pottery base Table Lamp and parchment shade. See this value at McMahan's. Remember—All for $69.95. Only $5 down, $5 monthly. No interest. A persistent backache, with bladder irregularities and a tired, nervous, depressed feeling may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely on Doon's Pills. Praised for > more than 50 years by grateful .users the country over. Sold by ' "[druggists. A Diuretic forth* (kln«y» McMahan Furniture Co. Eighteenth and H Streets Bakerstield 1933 Specials an PAINTS Outside Paint, 10 color* gal. 95o Excellent Guaranteed Paint, all colors ............ gal. $1.35 Asphalt Roof Coating, Me gal., 6-g«l. can ........... 92.49 Kalaomlne, all colors 25 Ibs. S1.19 W* «w MW y»u MMW •« fur »nfltt, DM «f PalMi, CiitHtli M< VtmlWiM. Frte City Delivery United Iron & Metal Co. 2810 Chester Ave. Phone 1441 REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service Office Over Klmball 4 Stone Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT Brock's ANNUAL CLEARANCE Provides New Thrills for Thrifty Folks SEW»dSAVE Home dressmakers will find this January clearance a great help to economy—present market prices for silk, woolen and cotton fabrics;, ore-lower-'than they have j)een for more than 20 years and this event makes them even more attractive. What with modern patterns, a stylist to help and advise you, it is so easy to make your own garments—try it and seel All-Wool Pebble Crepes The Season's Most Popular Wool Weave No need to tell you this is u tremendous vuluc—not if you've shopped around. It sells regularly ut $1.25 yard and is a splendid value at that price. 54 inches wide. Colors: Beige, Brione blue, brilliant green, nickel gray, cocktail red, marron brown j navy and-black. Special Clearance Price— 98 e Woolens for Close-Out Dress and Coat Weights Our entire stock of belter quality wool fabrics. Dress weights: Ostrich Cloth, Plumelaine, Chipper Crcpc, Chongalettc. . . . Coating weight: Swagger Coating, Riviera Coating, Smart Coating, Minglo.' Special— $159 I yd. PUEBLO • FAMOUS PRINTS Low price for this famous Butterfield sunproof and tubproof fabric. Printed on the finest quality fabric of its kind—and the greatest value for the money, regardless of price; ~ ^~ 36 inches wide. . .. Your choice while the slock lasts at yard— UALCYON M INGTOY • • rnTTVYM PRITVTTfi • W • . STMt TRF COTTON PRINTS Butlerfield's Halcyon Zephyr Prints and Sunnidell Prints; excellent quality, soft finish and absolutely fast to sun and tubbing. 30 inches wide. 22 Halcyon Plain Colors, 25c SILK CREPE Probably the best known and most satisfactory pure silk, pure dye crepe de chine in America for the past 20 years—exactly the same quality as it was when sold readily at $2.95 yard. Pastel lingerie shades only. Free Cutting Service as Usual During This Sale! ,J- Our stylist, Mrs:-'Nicholson, will gladly cut out garments when material and pattern are bought here, and advise you how to make it up. Brock's—FABRICS—Main floor Look What You Can Buy for Here's a 10-cent sale that will surprise you —all kinds of yardages priced low for this truly great clearance event. 10 36-inch Outing Flannel—in light or dark colors—fine for gowns and pajamas. - • 36-inch Percales—neat, new prints for house dresses, children's dresses, etc. 1 36-inch unbleached Indian Head Muslin — a standard quality, famous for years. '36-inch Cretonnes in colorful, new spring patterns. Wouldn't you like to C rnake a comforter 1'or yourself-^-one of the outstanding items in this group is floral printed challies— 36 inches wide, lOc yard. • 36-inch Hope Muslin—the genuine and original Hope, known to every housewife in the land. • 3-inch Rayon Baby Bullion Fringe for curtain panels. • 27-inch Daisy Cloth—probably the most popular outing flannel known. * • 16-inch Toweling, fine for kitchen use or roller towels. Brock's—Downstairs Store 36x36 Madeira Cloths 36 inches square — bridge size Madeira Cloths, pure white linen, with basket and scroll design cm- broidery. 1 B Art Dept.— Second Floor STAMPED Pillowcases 42-inch stumped and hemstitched — made of the famous Pequol white tubing—heavy, durable. Very special— Pair Art-Dept.—Second Floor OTIONS You'll Need N Spool Cotton 39° DOZ. J. and P. Coats' 100-yurd and 125-yard spools — all colors, white and black. Bo—Hickory Elastic, 3c 8c 76e lOe Mercerized.. .per yard No. 6—Warren's'Bias Tape, 6-yard bolts 29c—Cortlcelll Darning Silk. i.. 12 spools for 30c—De Long Dresu- makcr's Pins....box 89c—7-inch Beut Standard SclHBoru Tomato Pin Cushions Buttons, •• Special card 0V Notions—Main Floor M ALCOLM BROCK CO. KFRN COUNTYlT PROGRESSIVE HOPE • BAKER/FIELD PATTERNS After you have bought your material, visit one of our patterns departments. Butterick and Vogue patterns ore kept on the Main Floor, Ex- cellu patterns in the Downslairs Store.

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