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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 10, 1933
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'•1 , THE BAKERSF1ELD C/VLIFORNIAN,.TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1933 s> .: •••M,-.'•.•.•.:••'•<.•;*• ^TuflvMs'T!^ COMMUNITY NBWSaii Ifcaeaj LODGE TO SWI HEADS Open Ceremony Will Be Held at Delano Thursday; Public Invited | McFarland Women | Announce Second i of Card Parties DEUEL TO ADDRESS -<*> PKt.ANO, .fan. 10.—Deli.00 Masonic lodge will Install elective and appointive officers who were recently named, at an open ceremony, on Thursday night at the Masonic temple, be-in- nine at s o'clock. Arthur Overtoil of Bnknrsfleld, Inspector of District Xo. G6, and Whit Barber. nl$o of Bnkersfleld, and Inspector of District Xo. 6GA, will be the installing team. Officers who will be Installed are: John M. Haberfelde, master; Charles Dunn, senior warden; Herbert Kramer, junior warden: Archibald Sheppard, treasurer; Paul Zimmerman, secretary. Appointive officers Include: Charles E. Skeen, of McFarland, senior deason: Harry Cllne, junior deacon; H, Xlckell of Vestal, senior steward; Thomas Lott. junior steward; M. E. Benton, marshal; George Osner, ohaplHln; Carl Roesler. trier, Gus Forsblad of Plxley, musician. « • • Newlyweds Return to Home at Wasco WASCO. Jan. 10.—The marriage of «:ue Dorris and Mrs. Hattle Smith look place in Bakersfleld last Saturday morning before a justice of peace. The newlyweds left Immediately for )->esno where they spent the weekend. They have returned to reside In Wasco on Fifth street. Mr. Dorris is well known here In Wasco where he is manager for the Kraft cheese plant at the "Wasco Creamery. McFARLAND, Jan. 10.—The second of a series of card parties which Is being sponsored by the McFarland Woman's Club, la scheduled for, Thursday evening, at 7:45. The party, which Is announced by the committee as a depression affair, is to be very jolly, and those who attend are promised a very Interesting evening. Bridge and five hundred will be played and several prizes will be offered. Refreshments will be served and a very small admission charged. Club members In charge of 'the party are Mesdames A, J. Peterson, Roy Jumper and R. J. Hodson. ST. MARY'S ALTAR SOCIETY TO HOLD PARTY WEDNESDAY KERNVILLE KERNVILLE, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. Al Lofgren of the A. Brown Company, spent a recent day sight-, seeing In Bakersfleld and the San Joaquln valloy. Mrs. Hartley Frazier was a. weekend visitor to Bakersfleld. Mrs. Cora 13111s, Mrs. Dutch Ellis and Miss Dorothy Lovall- shopped In Bakersfleld Saturday. Mrs. John L. 7-fooper, of Hobo Hot Springs, who broke her hip in a fall several months ago, Is now slightly able to be about with the aid of crutches. Roswell Welch, game warden, was a recent Bakersfield caller. Dnvid Todd, of Altadena, accompanied by his son and a boy' companion, are here for a short visit with friends. They are guests at the Mountain Inn. Fred Holmes, who with his sons, George and Fred, Jr., left hero a short while ago for Nevada, have returned. Mr. Holmes has secured employment on the state highway. . HTO BRAVO, Jan, 10.—The Rio Bravo Farm Center wll) meet In regular session Thursday evening, January 12, at 8 o'clock, at the Rio Bravo Nclioolhouse, according to James E. Haag, director, J, J. Douel, state chairman of the law and utilities department, will be the main speaker. Reports of various committees will bo given. A play under the direction of Miss Ethel Robinson will bo given by members of the Bakersfleld Junior College dramatics class. Refreshments will be served. D ELANO, Jan. 10.—Mrs. George Clnudlno, president of the Ladles' Altar Society of St. Mary's Catholic' Church, announces that the first public card party of the society for the new year will be given on Wednesday night at the Parish hall. Mrs. Thomas L. Mechan Is hostess for the evening and other members of the committee-are Mesdames L. J. Flala of McFarland, Marie Borel, George Buckingham of McFarland, E. J. Byrno, A. J. Forquera and J. F, Krobs. There will .bo men's and women's prizes for high score, as well as a door prize. Refreshments will be served. WOODY WOODT, Jan. 10.—Miss Anna Maude Anderson, art supervisor, paid an official visit to Woody and other mountain schools Thursday. Relatives of Noah Johnsoii received word of his death at Stockton on Thursday. Mrs. C. F. Maltby was in Bakers- fielrt Friday on business. Billy Hughes, who was 2 years old Friday, was host to a group of little friends on that day. Games were played and later the children enjoyed refreshments served by the small host's mother, Mrs. O. L. Hughes. Children present were Dickie Wor- Inger, Mary, Helen and Joe Gulber> son, Luella, Rlley, Orron, Dora and Marie Huckabe. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmio Brunk have returned to Bakersrteld after having spent several weeks at the Dooley ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Snow visited at the Woody ranch Friday evening. Mm. 'Agnes Smith and daughter, June, and Hester Maltby came up Saturday to spend the week-end with relatives. Dinner guests of Mrs. E. H. Woody and sons, ward and Robert, Saturdaj evening were Mr. and Mrs. r. T. Carver and sons Alec, Billy and RUSH. MOJAVE -t MOJAVE, Jan. 10..—Mrs. .T. M. Chenard of Alhambra was the recent guest of her son and family, the Henri Chenards. t W. H. Porter, chef at the Harvey House, has returned from a visit with his daughter in Inglewood. Mrs. G. C. Fuller of Baltimore, Md.. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Houck. Mr. mid Mrs. Fay Halnes of Cantll were the guests of Mrs. Fred Wllker- son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hoffman attended a banquet and dance given at the Elks hall in Alhambra recently. Mrs. George Hodges has been quite sick and Thursday »Mr. Hodges was taken ill and later taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital In Los Angeles. Mr. .and Mrs, C. W. Brown have returned to Mojavo and taken over the management of the Kingston hotel. They were former managers of the hotel here several years ago. J. E. Hooppell, recent manager has gone to Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Murray of Bak- ersfleld were tile ffuosls of Mrs. -Mabel Trlpp of the Alton hotel, Saturday night. The Bill Wilburs had as their weekend guests, Mrs. L. A. Walsh of South Gate, sister of Mrs. Wilbur, Vernon Charles, of Newhall, brother of Mrs. Wilbur ana George H. Wilbur, of Bak- ersfleld, father of Mr. Wilbur. George Bun-Is, editor of the Tehachapi News and Mrs. Burrls made a business trip to Mojave Saturday. SH AFTER ' SHAFTER, .Tan. 10.—Mr. and Mrs, M. B. McFarland drove down from McFarland Saturday to attend the Roaring Forty Club dance. They moved from Shafter in March. Mr. McFarland Is employed by the Camp- West & Lowe Ginning Company. Doris Peters, young daughter of Mrs. Cora Peters, suffered a. relapse of heart trouble last Friday and was taken to Kern General Hospital by Mrs. M. J. Lohr. • Jack Hare has returned from a business trip to Madera. Dr. O. C. Klppenbrock left the P. L. Arnold home this morning for his old home In Sioux • City, Iowa. He will visit San Francisco and Salt Lake City, Utah, on his way to the Corn state. Mrs. Lester Voth of Bakersfleld spent Wednesday and remained over night with Mrs. Jack Hare. Wednesday, Mrs. Hare served dinner to Mrs. Voth, Dorothy Engle and Mary Grant. Entertainment was later found in cards. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roberts and daughter Barbara have moved to Frultvale, where Mr. Roberts has secured a position as mechanic. Mrs.' Lon Haddock returned Friday r.lght from Monrovia, where she spent the holidays. 'Mr.'and Mrs. E. J. Peery and Al Swalm went to Porteryiiie Sunday; where they visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bunker, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bunker and H. H, 'Haggard. AND SO THE NEW DODGE WAS BORN a "Miracle Car" if there ever was one!— $ 595 Only the combined creative genius of Walter P. Chrysler and the Dodge Organization could have built this big New Dodge Six at such a price AND UP F.O.B. FMCTOMV MTMMT N O ONE had dared dream of it before! Even Dodge engineers thought Mr. Chrysler was asking* for a miracle. The New Dodge Six must embody every feature for which Dodge cars are famous . . . Floating Power engine mountings .. . Hydraulic Brakes . . . Mono-piece steel bodies-. . . Double- drop bridge-type frame . . . Free wheeling . . . everything ... not a thing omitted . . . many new, startling improvements added — end sell for as low as $595! They said it just couldn't be done—BUT—IT WAS DONE! Only the combined genius of Walter P, Chrysler and the great Dodge- organization made this seeming miracle possible. A car so big—so roomy and comfortable, with such luxurious appointments! Yet costing only a few dollars more than the lowest-priced automobiles. Wait till you drive it! You've never known anything like it. Speed ... go ... getaway! Push her to 60—70— UP. Smooth all the way. No vibration. That's the result of Floating Power engine Dodge Six Coupe $395. . . . Coupe with Rumble Seat $640. . . . Salon Brougham $660. . . . 4'door Sedan (.ihovn above) $670. . .. Convertible Coupe $695. . . . Prices f. o. b. factory, Detroit. All elated models wired for Tramitone Radio. mountings. Relax! There's no rattling, no noise. The. gears are quiet in every speed, including reverse. Springs can't squeak—they're special "Oilite" springs with covers. And what a relief you feel in the super-safety of the New'Dodge Six, with ita Mono-piece steel body. No wood, no glue, no joints to ' < loosen. Du plate safety plate glass windshield — non - glare, shatterproof. New "Airwheel" tires and low center of gravity. And hydraulic brakes with centrifuse drums. If you want to see real VALUE, then see this new Dodge Six. Imagine the thrill of making it yours for so little more than you'd pay for one of the lowest priced cars. BAKERSFIELD GARAGE AND AUTO SUPPLY CO. Twentieth Street, From G to H Streets Costs SO WITH FLOATING POWER little more than the lowest' AND UP F.O.B. FACTORY DETROIT SMRIIES ATTEND BAKERSRELD RALLY SHAFTBR, Jan. 10.— The Kern County Baptist Young People held their monthly rally a.t Bakersfleld Friday night, Those 'attending from Shatter were Essie Ruth Mayfleld, Opal Larlmoro, Jessie and Naomi Glvtn, Ruth Webb, Margaret and Paul Wlebe, Dorothy Wlpf, La. Rue Livers, Ernest Neufeld, 'Roland Tatum, Lowell Larl- mpre, Harold van Gorkom, the Rev. C. C. van Oorkbtn, Frances and Albert Kattenhorn, F. C. Wlebe and Carrell Janzen. ' Special music was presented at the Baptist services last Sunday evening. There was a duet In the morning by R. L., Gates and P. N. Schmidt, A quartet composed of P. N, Schmidt, Sam Janzen, R. L. Gates and Harold van Gorkom sang In the evening. -»»* FELLOWS FELLOWS, -Jan, 10.—Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Miles and sons, Sammy, Jr.. and Donald of San Simeon, formerly of Fellows, left Saturday for home after a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Canady of the Associated, and calling on many friends. Mrs. C. Hlte of Los Angeles Is the guest o; Mrs. S. E. Whltwlll of thn Snnta Fe. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allred and daughter Betty, of Ventura, have returned home after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. A. J. Barnett of the Texaco. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norrls, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Norrls's parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Handy, have returned to their home in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waddell and family of Santa Barbara, have returned home .after enjoying a visit with Mr. Waddell's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. McNutt of the Grayland lease. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips and son of Hanford, were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henry. About 18 members of the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist Church, attended the county B. Y. P. U. monthly meeting held In Bakersfteld Friday evening. The Reverend J. W. C. Swan, pastor of the local Baptist Church, accompanied by Ray Bnrn- hart, assistant adviser, were among those attending-. McFARLAND • McFARLAND, Jan. 10.—Miss Bernice I^obre and her cousin, Junior Lobre, spent the week-end at McFarland as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre. Roberta Miller of Modesto is spending the winter with her sister, Miss Esther Miller. Miss Eunice Moomaw, who 1? attending Bakersfleld Junior College, spent the week-end there as the guest of her friend, Miss Lconore Huffman. Mrs. Ruth Heffner, her daughter, Roberta, and Miss Vernal Perrln, spent Saturday as guests of the former's sister, Mrs. H. S. Coweltl at Terra Bella. Walter Root has been very 111 with the flu at his country home here. He is recovering slowly. , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of San Luis Obispo were visitors at the home of the lotter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garzoll Wednesday evening. They were en route tc Wiuton to visit another of her sisters, Mrs. S. Ambrogio and family. Miss Gladys Ambrogia Is seriously ill at a Merced hospital. Historic Letters and Papers Read at Wasco Dinner -<$> WASCO, Jan. 10.—Mrs. H. Fow- Itr, and Mrs. Janatte Stoner recently entertained at a dinner. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herbert of Shafter, 'Mr. and Mrs, J, H. Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Homfeldt of Wasco. The evening was spent very pleasantly In reading old man- scripts and letters dating as far back as 1837. On* letter of particular Interest was one signed by a committee of women, two of them being MrsrSarsh Mile and Mrs. Nathan Hale, In which they thanked the citizen* of Massachusetts for their generous help, after such a long period of financial depression, In raising the necessary fund needed to complete the Bunker Hill Monument. There were two land warrants signed by Martin Van Buren, In which a piece of land was transferred to relatives of Mr. Fowler's. These interesting old documents \wera left'to Mr. Fowler by his father, the late Judge Fowler. RICHGROVE RiCHGROVB, Jan. 10. — George Shelton of this district Is convalescing slowly from pneumonia at the home of his sister, Mrs. Garfleld Harrison, near Portervllle. He has been 111 since early December, and at one time was not expected to recover. Harper Welch has returned to Junior College at Pasadena after a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Welch. Mrs. B. M. Nellsen was a Saturday afternoon shopper In Delano. Mrs. E. C. Mutz and her son Floyd have returned to Adelanto after nn extended holiday visit here with their parents, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Topper. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Shelton were Saturday morning callers at the Garfield Harrison home near Portervllle. Irwln Hendrlckson Is employed at the Hugh Burum ranch assisting In planting the fall and winter wheat crop. Mr. Burum is planting somo 1200 acres. DELANO, Jan. 10.—Delano Union High School Is now offering 1 night classes to-adults of the district who wish to Improve their oducatlolmi opportunities along various llnesf * So far only two, classes have boon organ Iked. They are a physical education class for men, which Is being directed by Coach Ray Frederick. This class meets oh Monday, Tuesday and' Thursday nights each . week, Hour's are from 7 to 9 o'clock. At present there Is.nn enrollment of 28 men. • : The other class Is one In woodwork, taught by Philip Maerzke, who Is hend of the manual training dapart» ment of the school. The enrollment Is not yet complete In this class, and will be announced later. This class m'eets twice a week, • Monday and Wednesday nights, from 7 to I) olclocl^ When there Is sufficient enrollment to justify other classes they will b? formed. « 4 .» " I GLENNVILLE <?>—— — «.«> GLENNVILLE, Jan. 10. — Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Likely Sunday were Mr. und Mrs. Ray Green, Mrs. Mary Preston, Mr. and Mrs. W. Green and daughter Donna and Newell Green. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole celebrated their twenty-third wedding anniversary Sunday, when they entertained guests at dinner. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams, Georginnna Williams and J. B. Williams, Jr., of Woody. Mrs. Joe Frazier is convalescing at her home from a severe Illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Weaver were business visitors in Bakersfleld on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L,. Monday of Pinehurst were week-end guests of Mr. nd Mrs. J. M. Patton. C. O. Dillon returned home Saturday fter an extended visit with relatives n Kansas. PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Mn>. V. Belknap are visiting at the C. E. Bennltt home. Albert Brown, an employe of tho Peacock Dairy, Is seriously 111 wltn pneumonia In Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brockett have returned from Illinois and are with Mrs. Brockett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Akers. Mr. and Mrs. James Pltze of Oll- flale and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eberle nnd son Junior were dinner guests at the Stevens home on Monday eve- niiiR-. The Kern Delta Home Department will meet with Mrs. L. E. Formway on Wednesday, January 11. Mr. and Mrs. John Malone have moved to a ranch south of Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stevens of Olldale were week-end visitors of their bro-' I ther, James Stevens and wife. I Mrs. Everett VanHorn Is spending I some time In Taft. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Jrs. George Doyle and son, George, Utended i\ show In Bakersfleld Satur- ay evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Freeman, Mrs. . Errea, and Mrs. C. O. Lee drove o Bakersfleld Saturday. Pat and Jennie Ann Cowan, Jane McColloch, Virginia Dlckerson, Dor- Hhy Griffin and Francis Wilson re- urned Sunday evening from Los Angeles where they attended a three- lay conference of members of the Christian Endeavor societies. Mrs. Sarah Gllpln, aunt of Dr. R. G. Doupe who has made her home with he Doupes for the past year and a mlf, died Saturday morning. She was born In Canada 84 years ago, and the inly surviving relatives are a sister n Canada and her nephew, Doctor Joupe. Doctor and Mrs. Doupe will [rive to Los Angeles today where uneral services will be held and In- .erment made. FRUITVALE FRUITVALE, Jan. 10.—The quarterly business meeting of the Fruitvale Union Sunday School will be held Wednesday evening, January 11, at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Mlllx. Mrs. Arthur Hamilton was a recent visitor at the home of Mrs. E. D. Krebs of Frultvale avenue. Miss Emily Vincent was a recent suest of Miss Genevleve Hunt of Uakersflold. The girls attended thb regular meeting -of the Plpsislwa i group of Camp Fire Girls, of which they are members. The next meeting of the Fruitvaln Sunday School Ladles Aid will be held itt the home of Mrs. Robert Wright on Frultvale avenue. The ladles will Mporii] the day sewing, with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. Mrs. M. R. Cowan was confined to her home by Illness recently. Members of tho eighth grade have started study of the Constitution. MOUNTAIN VIEW MOUNTAIN VIEW, 'Jon. 10.— Orval Htes is ill ill hlH homo. Miss Evelyn Ferguson was a dinner guest Sunday In tho G. H. Fllku' home. L,loyd Burgess has been ill the past few duys. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Clark were luiiL'lieon fc'iiuMts Friday In the L. C. Huckebu homo. Mr. and Mrs. J. A'ance Holler -wore Sunday cullers in tho homo of Mian Ktiby Weed. Mrw. Myrtle Kolleruborn IB convalescing from a recent operation. A inoellng of the l<udleM' Aid Society will be held Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mr a. G. U. Filkel. Al members und friends arc urged to bo present. A meeting of Boy 'Scouts was hel< Thursday afternoon at the Her Combs homo. ; The Uev. Leonard Oechsll, superintendent of the Fresno district of the Methodist Episcopal Church, preached tu u large audience at Mountain View Church Sunday morning. NIGHT CLASSES ARE ORGANIZED Woodwork and Physical Education Groups Meeting at Delano -<*> ROSEDALE \. 3 , ROSEDALE, Jan. 10.—Roland Proeh- llch returned Friday from a business trip to San Francisco. : •Miss Odetta Adams returned from Tulnre where she had been visiting friends. Jake Nord Is confined to his homt with an attack of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hen-Resell and family have moved to their home on Jenkins' avenue. They had resided In the Greeley district for a number of years. Mrs. J. Grauf and son, Paul, visited Albert Brown at a Bakersfield hospital Friday. He is seriously 111 with pneumonia. Mllo Huffman has returned from Santa Maria where he had visited relatives. Mrs. D. H. Adams and son Blllie have returned from Earllumrt where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weller anrj daughter, Audrey Lee, visited'friends in Wasco Thursday. Laurene and Vera Moore visited Dorothy Hlemforth of Palm recently. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stockton and daughter, Patty Ann, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stockton of Bakersfleld recently. Mrs. Hattie Weller is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weller and son, Donald, of Bakersfield. Helen Poe of Olldnlc was an overnight guest of Edna Burrago recently. Rosalene Moore' Is recovering froin blood poison in her foot Mr. and Mrs. William Mulligan of Canada have purchased tho Hull ranch on Allen avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Renfro and son Murl, spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stockton recently. Mrs. A. W. Phillips has gone t,, Portervllle to help care for her father J. W. Bennett, who was Injured In a fall recently. DELANO DELANO, Jan. 10.—Joseph Clauditu, of McFarland, Is convalescing slowly at the home of his brother, George Claudlno from an nttack of Influennii. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Toovey well- known pioneer residents of this district recently celebrated their 'forty- fifth wedding anniversary In .LoiVJ; Beach at the home of Mrs. Toovey'V slster, Mrs. William Reinhart. • Mr. and Mrs. H, K. Nelson and children have returned from Santa Bur'- bartt where they visited with relatives over the holidays.' Mr. and Mrs. William Reed rfmve returned from Arkansas after a vlsi! with relatives during the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Burnett, their son, Curtis, and their daughter, Miss Thelma Barnett, are home from San Francisco where they visited their son and brother, Ivan Barnett and family.' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Beckwlth anil Mrs. Beckwlth's .sister, Mrs. D. Barber of Reedley are home from a brief f«ojourn in LOH Aneeles. COLDS ARE NOW REACHING OUT FOR VICTIMS! Be Wise—Be, Careful—Adopt This Simple Precautionary Measure! ' Colds are increasing. In some sections Influenza is breaking out. Don't be alarmed, but don't be careless. A cold is much easier avoided than cured! Do the sensible thing and adopt the ounce of prevention policy. Staty out of crowds as much as you can. Avoid coughers and sneezers. Dress warmly, keep your feet dry and sleep in a well- ventilated room. Every morning and night take a tablet or two o( Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine. This will keep the bowels open and combat infection by cold germs. •— Millions know Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine as an" excellent cold remedy, but not enough know it as 1933 Specials on PAINTS Outaid* Paint, 10 colors gal. B5c Excellent Guaranteed Paint, all colors ........ . . . .gal. $1.35 A»phalt Roof Coating, 60c gal., 5-gal. can ........... $2.49 Kalsomlne, all colors 25 Ibs. $1.19 W* «•» t»» ytu »M«y n »ur omrleti lint •« PilMi, EMHitU *M Fr«e City Delivery United Iron & Metal Co. 2810 Chester Av». Phone 14^1 an equally excellent preventive. Learn its efficacy and.keep a package handy all winter long as. your "safety first" measure. If you have already caught' cold there is nothing ".better you can take than Grove's Laxative Brorao Quinine. It doesn't merely suppress the cold—it drives it completely out of the system. At the same time it tones the entire sys-" teni and fortifies against further attack. For more than forty years, Grove's Laxative Bromo Quiniue has been the standard cold and grippe tablet of the world, the formula keeping pace with Modern Medicine. Now in two sizes—30c and BOc. Ask for it by the full name and look for the initials L B Q stamped on every tablet. Reliable dealers will not try to sell you a substitute.—Adv. REDUCED PRICES on f PLATES Quick Service Office Over Klmball A Stone Nineteenth and* CheHter DR. GOODNIGHT

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