The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 10, 1933 · Page 8
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8 THE BAKERSFIELD CAUFORNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1933 I PIGGLY WIGGLY and SAFEWAY STORES Friday and Saturday, February 10, 11 Butter Clover-bloom Brand, Armour's Star Butter In Cartons; Quartered Pound . 19c Coffee Airway Fre.h Ground Every Pound Guaranteed Pound. 19c CHEESE—Golden State Jack 15c PINK BEANS— New Crop. . . . 5 ibs. 15c CHOCOLATE—2'/ Box .each 69c COOKIES—G. F. P. Brand lOc COFFEE—Schilling, Drip .Ib. 29c EGGS U. 8. Ne. 1 Extra Large Doz... 16c BREAD Safeway, Union Made White or Wheat 7c FLOUR—Safeway Brand .24'/,-lb. sack 49c FLOUR—Safeway Brand 49-lb. sack 89c BUTTER-COOKIES—Priscilla, N. B. C. -f 7 A Product 1-lb. can IIV DATES—Imported Quality, While They Last Ib. 5c PEANUT BUTTER— Buv in Bulk 2 ,„, 17c MILK Max-! -Mum Tall Cans Each . -. 5c CORN Del Monte No. 2 Cans 2 for. 19c BAKING POWDER— Calumet. .pound can 25c MAYONNAISE—Best Foods .pint jar 27c SALAD OIL—RomJno Brand . gallon 85c HEINZ KETCHUP— Large Bottles 2for35C FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 8 ibs. Z5c APPLES— Pippin.. ORANGES—Full of Juice 3 doz. 14c POTATOES—Russet No. 1 39c CAULIFLOWER— Local Grown.... Z heads IOC CARROTS, TURNIPS, GREEN ONIONS. MUSTARD GREENS bunch CABBAGE— Local Grown Ib. MEAT DEPARTMENT Seal of Quality—Stall-Fed Baby Beef SALMON Fancy Northern Chinook; Half or Whole Flan Pound . . . I4e Sliced . . Ib. He BLACK COD Rich In Flavor; Real Food Value; Half or Whole Fleh Pound Siloed . I4o Ib. I To Swift's Premium; Half or Whole; Fancy EaeUrn Skinned HAMS Ib. lie Baby Beef; Shoulder Rib Cuts eaoy OBCT; onoumer MID UUIB POT ROAST Ib. lOc Extra Choice Cuts From Our Baby CAird \/nwii«v WWIQ riuiii v/ui oouj t>cv< RIB BOIL Ib. 8c Package—Cudahy's R«x, Put Up In Sanitary One-Pound Package LARD eachSc Lean and Plenty Meaty HALIBUT Fancy Northern Fleh! Whole or Half Piece Pound ... I4c Sliced . . Ib. I7c DILL PICKLES Large Jumbo* Only; Safeway H.e Them; Something Entirely Different 3 for ... lOc 9 for ... 25c Domestic Allotment Plan By M. A. LINDSAY, Kern County Farm Adviser EDITOR'S NOTE.—Thli ti th« «««nd if thro irtltl.j «n the "Domeitlc AlUtaint Plan," nffeets Kern C«uMy. I T APPEARS that American Agrl- oulturo Is going lo have a different economic world picture In the future If tho Domestic Allotment Plan becomes a law. . .If the tariff on agricultural commodities IB placed in reverse under the allotment plan, the agrlculturallet will bo protected In tho nilndB of many, by a tnrlff. Tlioso Interested In seeing the domestic allotment plan become effective, uro also Interested In seeing tho purchasing power of tho farmer's dollar Increased. All Ulnea to Benefit If tho purchasing power of the farmer Is Increased It Is conceived by many that all lines of Industry, Including agriculture, will benefit. This plan, which Is supposed to be administered by some branch of tho federal government will necessarily work with tho tariff commission of the government In determining the tariff or bounty to be paid back to the farmer. If, for example the tariff on wheat was 48 cents per bushel, the processor of wheat products would be required to pay Into tho allotment fund 42 cents for each bushel that the processor products. mado The Into flour or other processor of wheat would then bo expected naturally to K«t his 42 cents per bushel back from i the conwumer by an Increased price on the products wold by htm. After wheat has been mado Into flour or transformed Into a loaf of bread It has been found that at the present price of wheat to the farmer there Is not to exceed 1 cent of wheat In eadh loaf of bread. If this be true, tho price of a loaf of bread would necessarily retail ut approximately 1 cent per loaf more than It Is today. Tho allotment plan provides for curtailing or reducing production. ISucti grower Is. uxpi-cted to come under a contract, which will provide that the grower may be eligible to receive a bonus on condition that he not in- For example, using a California product such as prunes, tho growers of this product could have tho allotment, plan applied to prunes by a favorable vote) of 60 per cent of the growers, or 00 per cent of the tonnage, depending upon the decision of those administering the act. following this favorable vote, the next (step would be to arrange a. contract with Ihoso growers who wish to participate In tho bonus benefit. The tariff adjustment charge would be fixed to b» collected from the prune processors or packers. The packers would receive refunds on exports and be able to pass the charge on to the consumer on tho prunes consumed In the United States.. The present tariff on prunes Is 2 cerfts per pound. Permlte Fluctuation Those sponsoring the voluntary domestic allotment plan, favor It because It would permit the domestic price of the commodity to fluctuate with the world price and Is therefore not open to the customary Interpretation of dumping. It provides for the prevention of expansion In production nnd to go further, It can provide and docs provide for bringing nbput a decrease In production. The" plan ns proposed Is that It will finance Itself find will not act as a. drain upon the treasury of the federal government. As the name of the a.ct Implies, It Is voluntary, and that means that growers need not participate In the plan if they do not wish to, nnd therefore eliminates the objection that some producers may have. It Is believed by many that the voluntary domestic allotment plan would work and be helpful In rehabilitating the agriculture of the United States, providing It receives th« co-operation of the producers und processors of tho commodltleB upon which It Is expected to apply. If "It Is opposed to a large extent by either the producers or the processors It will probably not succeed. crease his production the following ; Different factions In Congress will year and that. In- decrease hi.s acre- ! probably continue- to amend this act tiK« by .a percentage designated by those administering the act. If the world price on wheat in, tor example. 50 cents per bushel, and If until It IB finally pa«sed, If and when It Is enacted. Even If the plan IB enacted Into a law, there will necessarily be amendments made from time the tariff on wheat Is 42 <-e'nts'"per ' to time, to correct such evils as might t>UMliel. the grownr will get his returns ! 1)e found If the plan becomes opera- as follows: Upon tho disposal of hin| tlve ' wheat he will be paid the market. price of 50 cents per bushel and If hp has reduced his acreage In accordance with his contract he would then be entitled to receive his share of the allotment. | The producers of farm products, and I Industries alike, In California and ! particularly those of Kern county, are naturally Interested In knowing whut effect the domestic allotment plan will have or what It will mean to all lines of Industry here on the west (Concluded Tomorrow} Unusual Bargain In Antiseptics At Local Druggist TjOcal druggists are Introducing a new oral antiseptic made hy the makers of Vlcks VapoRub. It Is called Vlck.s Voratone Antiseptic. Kern county Is known throughout Of course, the only real proof of Its the United States as a county that quality and economy Is actual use. To produces high yields of cotton and If make this proof possible., a special we traced hack only 10 years, we! trial size has been prepared. It con- would find that It took only two bales ! tains 2>4 ounces—a 25c value. Its High Yields In Kern of cotton to bring th(; growers a revenue of JflOO, while at HIM present price of cotton It taken approximately 10 bales to bring- the growers the same revenue. It. has been estimated that this plan will bring Into the state of California approximately 11,930,000 to the cotton grower alone, of which approximately $30-1,000 would come to Kern county. If tills plan worked perfectly It has been estimated It would supply an additional Income to California of $2,640,000 per year on wheat, $1,996,000 on swine, $3,575,000 on rice, or a total of approximately $10,000,000. In the event that the plan does not work, It will mean that there will bo approximately $10,000.000 less revenue for agriculture und other leading Industries coming to California. Many Other Products While this plan provides at tlin present time to include pork, dairy products, cotton, wheat, tobacco, rice and peanuts, there are many other California products that could be Included under the domestic allotment plan such as prunes, apricots, pears, peaches, raisins, grapefruit and oranges. The bill provides for allotment of any agricultural commodity when by favorable vote 60 per cent of the growers or producers request the same, and there la found to bo an exportable surplus of that commodity, and provided further that the price of that commodity Is not above He prewar purchasing power. price, while the limited supply lasts, Is only lOc. You can use Vicks Antiseptic, In your customary way, for bad breath; as a gargle, mouth-wash, or antiseptic lotion; and for all the other customary antiseptic use*. Born in a depression year, Vlcks Antiseptic Is priced accordingly. The regular slzo, large 10-ounce bottle—a usual 75c value—Is only 35c.—Adv. Have You Sparkling Eyes? D O you want vivacity — that pep that women envy and men admire? Perfect health has a beauty all its own. If you want a clear, velvety skin don't depend on lotions and creams but correct the Irregularities and draggtng- down pains—weakening drains—by following the advice of Miss Alma Garrett of 655 N. 5th St., Colton, Calif. She says: "While attending school my health failed, I was a. mere shadow. My nerves and general health were so rundown that I was compelled to lose time at school, but after taking Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription a, short time I was relieved of this weakness and have enjoyed perfect health ever since." Writ* Dr. rieree'* CllB.li>> BufiU, N. Y. i»Q<an arm r-icniy moaty SPARERIBS ... 2 Ibs. 17c Eaitern Wlaconeln Kraut; Crlep and Tender • SAUERKRAUT . . 2 Ibs. 15c I HARRY COFFEE CLOTHIERS SINCE 1904 FRESNO • lAKIMHELD "S. & H." GREEN STAMPS MAKE HAPPY HOMES Thousands of Useful, Practical Premiums YOU GET "S. & H." STAMPS WITH EVE3RY PURCHASE AFTER-INVENTORY SATURDAY! February Sales That Mean Much to Thrifty Folks Spring Silks! at After-Inventory Prices, Saturday Consisting of plain crepes, rough crepes, sheer crepes, printed crepes, crepe de chines, crepe back satins, and French crepes. All new colors and patterns. 40 Inches •wide. A special purchase direct from New York makes possible the new low price below. Values to $1,59 the yard. Saturday— 69 Check These , Savings Now! IN THIS COLUMN and Lay in a Good Supply While the Lew Prices Are in Effect Thrift Prints Fast color, 36 inches -| f\ •wide, new patterns. I IfC Saturday .yd. , Sheet Sale Three-year guaran- Q £* teed sheets. Size C$*)C 81x99. Saturday,... vv " (42x3ti-in Cases,' Saturday 19c) Dimity Checks A new spring line; all 36 in. wide; in pastel shades. Saturday yd. Monks' Cloth wide; two 33c Full GO Inches thread quality, natural color. Saturday yd. Cretonnes All yard wide, in both floral and conventional patterns. Regular 15c and 19c values. Saturday yd. Marq. Panels The new embroidered panels In pastel colors. Slzo 2*4 yds. long and 40 C?tf\ inches wide. Oil C Saturday Each vv ^ Brown Muslin A sharp Saturday special of fine quality, 36-inch gr muslin. A limit of 10 *\ f" yards. Saturday... .yd. Towelings A special purchase of 16-Inch part linen toweling. fj Kxceptlonal value. / f* Saturday yd. " ^ Sheetings Premium ' and Wear-well brands, bleached or -| £V unbleached; '2 yds. I jf C wide. Saturday, .yd. Daisy Outing Here Is another after inventory sale bargain, -t f\ Pure .white, 27 in. II IP Saturday yd. ^ Checked Ginghams A uew spring line of dainty checks in the wanted colors. Pull 32 inches -| fr wide. J.DC Saturday yd. v ^ Cptton Batts These are full three-pound California cotton. Stitched or 69c unstitched. Pure white. Saturday... 68 New Silk Frocks Authentic New Spring Fashions an Attraction for Saturday Shoppers These new spring frocks come at a very opportune time, and fit right into tho After- Inventory Event. You will bo amazed that such style and finish can be offered at BO low a price. Everything that IB new in stylos and materials is shown in this assortment. The sizes from l4'to 44. . REDLICK'S SECOND FLOOR 30 New Spring Coats Light Weight for Spring Wear These spring coats are made of high quality all-wool materials. The new' puff sleeves show the new trend in fashion, and for Just the early sunshine days that we are having now, these coats are ideal. There are all sizes at tho one special price. REDLICK'S SECOND FLOOR New Linen Dresses Alice, California made pure linen frocks in the new pastel shades, with six new styles to choose from. These linens are absolutely tub-fast and the size range is from 14 to 46. U.95 New Spring Sweaters Of light weight wool yarn in high and low neck models. With new puff sleeves, and in beautiful color combinations. These yarns are absolutely fast colors. New Spring Millinery Showing straws, straw cloths and rough straws, in both women's and the more matronly styles. The colors arc absolutely authentic for Spring wear, and the styles are captivating. SECOND FLOOR Two Groups Saturday $ 2.95 and S1.95-S2.95 $ 3.95 A Hosiery Sale Another Important Saturday Event TWO GROUPS—MAIN FLOOR 350 Pairs of Pure Silk Full-Fashioned Hose This is an after-inventory clearance of a broken assortment of lines, sizes and colors. The values up to as much as $1.50 the pair. 66c Holeproof all-silk three- thread chiffon hose. A chiffon stocking noted for its sheer and clear beauty. All silk from its picot top to the tip of its specially reinforced toe. The regular price $1.35 the pair. 98c AFTER-INVENTORY SHOE SALE! Shoe special for misses and children, boys and girls. Regardless of where you buy your children's shoes, COME TO REDLICK'S FIRST. These prices, quality considered, cannot be excelled or equalled anywhere. All standard, well-known brands, such as Edwards, Robin Hood, Great Scott, and Craddock's footwear for children. Children's patent T-strap slippers, good looking style, wide toes, hand turned soles, sizes 8 3 /i> to 11. Priced Saturday ,11 ua $ Edwards, 1. Misses' and Chldns. High Lace Shoes Any leather: gun calf, patent, smoke elk or tan calf. Any size, G to 8, 8M. to 11; to 2. SATURDAY Special Shoes for Little Tots Those just learning to walk, made by Craddock'a. Infuntb' high luce shoes In all while or smoked elk, with flexible ao!t)H. Sizes 2Vi to U. SATURDAY $ 1.45 $ 1.45 Outing Shoes for Summer Boys A hrowu service shoo for everyday wear, with longwearing composition soles and rubber heels. Boys' sizes 2 to (J. Big hoys' or men's sizes 6% to 11. SATURDAY Clearance Table Children's Oxfords These may be bad In both children's and misses' sizos, but they are short lines and not all sizes in the lot. An extra value worth up to |2.45 the pair. SATURDAY *1.65 *1.00 Men's Dept Hundreds of Tables Filled With February After-Inventory Saturday Special! Boys' All Wool Longies An after-Inventory clean-up. All good patterns, full cut, with cuff bottoms, 9 to 16-year Bices. Regular $2.45 value. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE $1.49 Boys' All Wool Everyday Caps With leather sweats, silk lined, ft good supply of patterns from which to choose. Regular 11.00 line. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE 79c Men's Wool Coat Sweaters In all-wool, fancy and plain colors, with pockets, all well mad*. A group of 13.95 values. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE $2.95 Heavyweight Men's Overcoats A group of after-inventory values, in gray and tan only. Dou- ble-breaited models. Regular 912.50 coats. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE $7.50 Boys' Kaynee Shirts This is a- complete assortment of patterns but all broken sizes. An after-lnrentory clean-up of the complete line. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE 59c Men's Shirtcraft Shirts Fancy pattern* in woven broadcloth, full cut. They are pre- ahrunk. The regular prices hare been $1.95. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE 95c Men's Cotton Union Suits A. group for quick clearance. Fleece-lined . . . long or short •leeves. The regular price |1.29. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE 79c Boys' Pullover Sweaters Another big value in the after- Inventory Bale. Plain colors . . . fancy weaves, and a good assort' ment of sizes. A |2.45 value. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE $1.79 Men's Flannel Shirts A broken lot Involving both high quality pure wool and also part- wool shirts for men. The values to j|4.50. AFTER-INVENTORY SALE PRICE $1.95 After-Inventory Clearance Glassware—Half Price! in the Basement, Saturday

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