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for ••!•— Improved Property FURNISHED DUPLEX SOUTHEAST BAKERSFIELD, ON NICE CORNER LOT. $3985. SMALL DOWN. OILDALE, A NEAT LITTLE HOME. $2850. TERMS. EAST BAKERSFIELD. NICE TWO- BEDROOM HOME. 75 FOOT FRONTAGE. $3500. SOUTHGATE, ONE-HALF ACRE, TWO-BEDROOM HOME. $3750. D. C. (SLIM) MYNATT PHONE 8-8986 23 WINGLAND SQUARE—Five-room modern house, cooling ayatem, dun! floor furnace, ille kitchen and bath: ahade and fruit treea; yard fenced. $5750. Phone u-i>71Q. 23 TWO-BEDROOM home, with large living room, kitchen and aervice porch; bark sard fenced. $3500, $1200 down. Inquire at 2720 North Baker. 21 PRACTICALLY new, 2-bedroom house. Venetian bllnda. tile drain, hardwood floora. fenced yard, lawn and ahrtibbery. Only $4250. Substantial down. Syl Mc- Nlnch, with R. A. Moore & Son. 1.115 Eighteenth atreet. Phone 2-1268. Eve- njngs, 6-6166. 21 FOR BALE—Five-room brick atucco house. two bedrooma. 121U Thirty-sixth atreet. ^12750. Immediate possession M ONE-BEDROOM hou»e with sleeping porch. Nice yard with chicken pens. Shade Irec.s. $2600 cash. 106 South King. 23 FOR SALE—Five-room home, strictly modern, with Venetian blinds throughout, double garage with concrete driveway, fine lawn front and back, wllh garden and young citrus and fruit trees. Shown by appointment. For Information. Dial 2-7192, or call at 1610 Pearl atreet, even i ngs. 22 yon SALE—Three-bedroom home, very choice residential section: Immediate possession as owner leaving town. Terms cash. 2026 A street. BOUTH BAKERSFIELD. in Bernita Park, a good buy. Five-room old house, needing repairs, and 2-rar garage, with new apartment overhead. Total price only J32DO. $1400 cash will handle. Elmer V. Karpe, 1517 Eighteenth. 8^2 4-it FOR SALE—Large modern 6-room house. to be moved. H. R. Wlnslow. phone ^ Red-223. Fellows, Calif. 23 GRAND VIEW—Morro buy, ocean. Plenty clams, fish, game. If wanting small Improved poultry, fruit, almond rnnrh, larue cabin site, or srenii: acre suitable fur auto court, write Mrs. Nutman, Route 1, San Luis Ohiapo, Calif. 2JI BALI-;—Business property. 4 rental houses: home, store nnd 2 ftti3 pumps. "01 De_ ril _. t _yi':_ Oildale. 23 .YOU WILL want this beautiful 3-bedroom home completely furnished. Walking distance from town In nice district. Owner rnust sell for cash account leaving citv. _!n26 A street. 23 FIVE-ROOM modern home and garage. » Hardwood floors, tile, close to school. Small down, monthly payments. Phone 2-475!! after 6. • 23 For Sale—LoU 1% ACRES REXLAND—2 blocks from !)9 Highway—Out of town owner says sell for only $1050 cash. This is Ideal location for beautiful home or small chicken ranch. Water, lights and gas on property. Also cement foundation ready for house. Kindlg Realty Company, 2801 Cheater. Phone 4-4851. 21 PASO ROBLES beach lota, Cayucoa, while they last. (150 each. 125 down. 110 month. Poat Office Box 481. Studio City. Calif. 2« FOUR choice lots In aouthweat. 92x300 each. KH». lights and plenty of water. Wonderful soil and now In alfalfa. OLON BRYAN Fhone J-7054 1671 Chester Avenue . 23 FOR SALE—Lot. 110x125. or. north aide of 600 block on West Belle. Leveled and water on place: good location. Owner at 3531 Chester avenue, from 0 to 8 p. m. Phone 2-6853. 21 For Sale—Improved Farms 5700 ACRES, with good house, barns, corrals and 22 miles fence. Year around grazing. Plenty water. Will handle around 40C head. All equipment including 2 tractors, harvester, truck, scales, squeezing pen, farm machinery, etc. goes with ranch. This ranch is well located and worth the money. Phone us for price, terms and further information. Owner _ will consider 80 acres improved land for part. RICHARDSON & SIDDALL 205 Hopkins Building Office Phone 7-7031 Evnnings Phone 6-6398 or 3-0422. 23 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch. 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good improvements, best one-man bog and cattle set-up In California. 415 ACHES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject tu lease. Will pay 12 per cent on Investment." 160ACRES well Improved ranch, good house and lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A. H. Karpe. Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf 25 ACRES, GARDEN SOIL 'Close to city, suitable for future subdivision. Price $375 acre, easy ttrma, DEAN R. HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 3-0275 S-21-tf SOUTHWEST—25 acies of the very finest aoil. 13 acrea In alfalfa, 12 acrea In cotton. Good well and pump and free water rights. Close on. OLON BR»AN 1871 Cheater Phont 2-7654 23 (458-1,)—23 Acres, 2-bedroom house like new. large double garage. 16-horaepower electric pump, plenty of water, piped. Three and one-half mllea from town. Best of aoll; corral and two chicken houaea. Juat the place you've been looking for. Only $12.976, half caah. May conalder leas. Call 2-0663 or 2-5336. 25 •FOR SALE—A fine 20-acre potato ranch within one-half mile of Waaco on highway. Good big house, modern fine well, pipeline. One acre of strawberries, 1 acre of youn:; and boysenberrles, 1 acre of tomatoes. 3 acrea of fine, sweet potatoes, just ready tv harvest, together with toola neoeasary to harvest. With good team of young maren and good Jersey cow. Posaesaion right away. W. C. Thomas, Waaco. Phone 369 or 310. 22 STROUT'S FARM CATALOG GREEN COVER. Hundred*! prove and ranch bargains, Canada to Mexico mailed free. 8TROUT REALTY, 111 Sutler Street. San Francisco 4, California. 41 ACRES of fine land on Oak street, 3 % miles south of Brundage, fenced and leveled. Lots of ditch water and ready to be planted. A good spot to Increase <your hay or cotton acreage. $10.750. on terms; less than one-third down. Minerals excluded until balance paid. Freal W. Harvey. 203 Brower building. Phone 2-4260; evenings 2-4143. 23 EARLIMART-f20 acres. 3 mllea east of <Earllinart, ! 4-room house. garage, chicken house, good well and pump. $6000. ARV1N—106 acres. Good house, new; two good wells, lots of pipe line, 20 arrea fruit trees, other Improvements. $45,000. ISO ACRES rear Rockplle School. Grossed $48.000 in 1942, was leased for $.15 per acre in 1943. A good buy at $36.000. 82(1 ACRES about 10 mllea northwest of Lancaster. Make ua an offer to close an estate. TtOYnSTVN * LANCASTER 1817 H Street. Phone 8-8639 H-24-tf For ftalo-—Automobile* For tale—.Automobile* | For «aU—Furniture, Fixture* | For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures FOR USED CARS DRIVE TOCR CAR TO Iweity-fct YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK, CADILLAC DEALER 8-24't AOTOMOBILK AD COPY must contain licenae number: If ou: of atate license, stnte 'nual be Included Ir. copy 3-4-tf FOR SALE—1942 G. M. C. model CC-46.1: fine for tractor (BBU8459). Phone 4-4004 21 FOR SALE at celling price, 1938 Chevrolet Tudor. Phone 3-2076. (87279 Ariz.) 22 FOR SALE—1935 Chevrolet Waster sedan. (91667.) See this car at 1131 Eighteenth etreel. Good shape, good tires. 22 19.18 STUDEBAKER Jcdan (70A931) to trade for pickup truck. 110 Nlles. Phone 4-4285 after 8 p. m. 23 FOR SALE or trade, 1942 Plymouth aedan. Will take cheap ca rln trade or 11096 cash. (Colo. 186967.) 914 P street. 3 1 2291. 1940 HUDSON auper BIT sedan. Prewar rubber A-I. (9-A-1375.) Mechanically aound. Radio, overdrive. Phone 2-9681 or call at 2027 Nineteenth street. 1950 For Sal*—Lumber Used Ira FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet 4-door sedan ilotor In good condition, clean. (8B 7335. 1016 California 2: 1930 MODEL A Ford (9BB972). good tlrea, paint and good running order. Cheap CaH_2-8288 after 6. 2! FOR SALE—1929 Model A Ford, good condl- tion. »12S. (62X366). Phone 3-2618 22 19.13 2-TON G. M. C. flat-rack truck, with power winch. nearly new rubber. (PCRR0941). Phono 6-G710. 22 FOR SALE—One 193" O. M. C. bob-tall truck. (BE-BO 6594.) One 1936 Ford panel. (BE-C 9977.) 430 East Twenty- first street. 21 WILL TRADE 1940 Ford station wagon or will pav cash for nice late mode car. (2-M 4280.) After 6 p. m. cal 2-0390. 21 FOR SALE—1933 Plymouth coupe. 6 eood tlrea. 1200 cash (60X436). 13 MacArthtir Place ftio Vista Homes on Roberts Lane 21 WILL SELL equity In 1936 Bulck sedan In top shape: good tires. (1J1294. Cabin. 6, 100 North Cheater. 21 1937 STUDEBAKER President 4-door. Overdrive, radio, excellent rubber ani^ paint. Consider lighter car 1234 Chester after 5 p. m. (83AB17.) 22 1937 WILLYS 4-door sedan (9A3096); new paint job, rubber fair, motor In good condition. Route 6. Box 134, Pioneer Road. DODGE 32 coupe (08C196.) Good shape mechanically good rubber. 1944 license and gas book. (195 cash. 701 West Oasa Loma. 23 19.16 DE SOTO sedan. Good condition, new rubber. (43-1988 Ore.) Good two- wheel trailer. 704 Washington street. Oildale after 6 p. m. 23 FOR SALE—1934 V-8 coupe, good tires, good motor; radio. (Calif. 9F4839). Phone 2-2290 after G p. m. 21 For •«!•—UnimprovedI Land 40 ACRES, unimproved. Three mllea east nf Greenfield corner on paved road. Price 175 per acre. Cbarlea B. Webater, 151.1 Eighteenth alreet. 22 160 ACRES, unimproved; 7 mllea west of Waaco, on main Paao Roblea Highway; full oil rlghta. Price »76 per acre. <• Charles B. Webater. 1511 Eighteenth atreet. Phone 2-3347. 22 For ••!•—Automobiles .FOR SALE—1987 Chevrolet maater de luxe coupe, radio, heater, good tlree. (1148516). Caeh. Phone Delano 1131. 13 OK PURCHASER Do you need additional caah to complete purehaae of car? If BO, Juat phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY. nppAdlte Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential Mrvlce. W. J. "Bill" Bercman, manager. Phone FOR BALK— flood dean 1985 Ford aedan. two new tire*. Priced 1325. Kreecer • .aervice atatlon. Union and Brundagf. r Phone J-9444. (2M1131). II ONE CHEVROLET, J936 roune. for sale or trade. Cnn be seen at 3523 M. Phone 2-0439. (3C122S). 23 For Salo—Trailers READY Caeh for Your Trailer. Trailer anld on eaay payment plan. We finance our own contracts. MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Onion Avenue 8-13-tf 1942 Continental house trailer, 22 feet long, very good prewar tires, 7.50x15, Awning, 18x22 feet. 1305 Grace atreet. f 23 IDEA!/ trailer coach for aale. prewar tlrea. Orange Grove Trailer Court, Oildale. • 21 1941 TRAILMASTER, 18 feet long; butane equipped, 6-ply tlrea, air brakes. Lots of cupboard apace. 118 "Eye" atreet. 25 FOR SALE—Two-wheel trailer, good tlrea. Jhone 2-3385. 22 FOR SALE—Four-wheel trailer. 22-foot flat bed. steel brakes. 32x6.00 tires. Can haul 10 tons haled hay. One 1937 C-40 International truck. C. J. Freer, Delano. P. O. Box 385. 25 1943 CONTINENTAL trailer house, 24-foot, very roomy; circulating floor healer, Venetian blinds; cabinet radio. Waller Beacon Trailer Court. 23 Automobilo »*rvlc« > Parts BRING your car to us for complete service and lubrication by experienced men. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 801 Nlles, East Bakersfield Phone 3-1402 for appointment. 27 WE CAN PAINT Your Car Immediately. GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLD9MOBILE DEALER Phone S-6997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf SEE us for all tire recapping with grade A truck rubber; one day service; work guaranteed. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE AND TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE 801 Niles, East Bakersfield. . Phone 3-1402. 27 COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel alignment, Charles Vlgatrom's Garage. 1620 Twenty-eighth atreet. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-tf GRANT platon rlnga laat longer. Motor tuned up. greasing and oiling: car storage. Blue Ribbon Garage, 1916 Nineteenth. Phone 2-0674. 1-15-tf For complete lubrication and waahtng. SlmonliEinE. Richfiek". Service. Phone 2-988T 22 FOR SALE—V-8 fender akirt. 2-5132. Phone Motorcycles and Bicyclos FOR SALE—Two girls' 28-Inch bicyclee, one man's bicycle. S7D takes all three. 1231 Chester Place. 21 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles If you wish to sell your car for top price but can't properly show it, consign it with us. We'll get you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. 2629 Chester (Corner Twenty-seventh) 24 WILL PAY cash If good buy In light coupe or pickup. Phone 6-5710. 22 WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 1x6 2x2 2x6 2x12 6x6 3x4 3x6 3x12 Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Cheste avenue and China Grade Road First gate on left side, near*gate Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m Saturday, 8 a. m. to 12 noon. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 7-4-t SPECIAL LUMBER NOTICE Believe it or not, folks, we hav quite a bunch of mismilled board 4 inches to 12 inches wide, som 2x4s and 2x6s, etc., that we jus received permission from the Wa Production Board to sell, no prior ity, no nothing. Ain't that some thing? We also have a small amount o insulation wall board %-inch thick left (no priority). A good supply, of 90-lb. roofing paper, green, red and pearl grey (n priority). And plenty of paint, real bargains Outside white paint (not too bad either) $1.49 a gallon. Now, you folks who have been wanting good boiled linseed oil and have been having to use those low grade substitutes (them days art gone forever) we've got some good stuff and only $1.95 a gallon (bring your can). If you want the best in shingle stain we have it. It will pay you to pay us a visit HOUTS & BOX CUTRATE LUMBER YARD 2200 EDISON HIGHWAY • 8-24-t HOUTS ft BOX Cut-rate' Lumber Yard 2200 Edison Highway, Bakersfield. 7-1-t: For Salo—Furniture, Fixtures See our large display of spring-filled living room furniture In a variety of styles and upholsteding materl als to suit you. Prices ranging from $100,to $295 for a 2-piece divan set Occasional chairs $12.96. Five piece bedroom set, large chest ol drawers $109.60. Five-piece dinette red leatherette seats, $55. Use our budget plan, no interest or carry ing charges. t DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE JUST ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF _ THE COURTHOUSE 23 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furniture household articles, appliances, tonla, etc Prompt, courteous eervlce. Victory Fur nlture, 118 Union avenue. Phone 3-1005 as USED FURNITURK wanted. We call any Place In city and give free estimate!. Brown'a Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021, 6-12-tl All-Steel Coll Springs, single and double deck, new shipment, prewar construction 110.85 and $14.85 Bed Divans 159.95 Coil-pring Platform Rockera 129 95 Lnfiniehed Chests 18.96 Plastic Dinettes 169 95 A Small Store Bulging With Values ATZ-SM1TH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 23 FOR SALE—Walnut dining room set and six chairs, one maple bedroom eet, one love seat and chair to match. Phone ICE BOX, Singer tewing machine, Phllco and Zenith table model radios, small desk, beda. bed, divan and matching chair, highchalr, clieat of drawers, dresser and miscellaneous. 6 to 8 p. m 3531 riiestf.' avenue. 21 REGINA vacuum, like new, with all attachments. Also waxer and demother for same. Phone 3-2766. 903 Wilson. Oildale. 21 TWO-PIECE llvlngroom set, reasonably priced. 204 Harding. Phone 4-4759. 21 DINING CHAIRS and buffet, play pen, bridge lamps, electric ' fixtures, miscellaneous vases and dishes, tools, chicken feeders, pipe and pipe fittings, linseed oil, stove pipe, 'ireplace wood. 2003 Second street. 21 FOR' SALE—All-white Hotpolnt electric range. »50; also iarge 2-wheel trailer, good tires, 185. 1004 Lawson Road. 22 1x12 GREEN broadloom rug, high-oven gas range, bassinette and new pad, bed with springs and mattress, maple chest of drawers, prewar, like new; kitchen atool, floor lamp, hip rubber boota, size 7; knee rubber boots, 9V4 ; tap shoes. «W men's suits and overcoat. 38-42; ladies' coals, 36 and 40; vegetable bin, two Inrge aluminum trays, child's table, three eteel folding chairs, fruit jars, yard cushlone, sectional bookcase. National CleooKraphic magazines, 10 yeara. 2724 Chester Lane. FOR SALE—Four rooms of furniture, including 5-pince bedroom oulte, S45; front room set, 145; cooler, I3">, etc. 3201 Panama street, Homnker Park. USED FURNITURE, toola, stoves, miscellaneous artlclea of all kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Morley'B New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q. 41 FOR SALE—Davenport and chair, 136; studio couch, (25; nig, 15. Call at 315 F Btreet. ; 23 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles Before selling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-8-tf WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf WANTED TO BUY—1938 to 1938 model aedan. Phone 3-0173. 21 WE BUT ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL ELSE POLL CEIL BAKBR-ADA118 MOTOR COMPANY I70< CbMtw AVMU* Phont i-»74l Ml-tt EXCELLENT VALUE IN LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITES IN FINE VfOVEX FABRICS $89.50 6-PECE LIVING ROOM GROUP. INCLUDING SOFA. CHAIR. OCCASIONAL CHAIR, TWO END TABLES. COFFEE TABLE $99.50 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS $5.95 BOX SPRINGS, FULL SIZE $19.95 4-PIECE CALIFORNIA BEDROOM SUITE, INCLUDING BED, CHEST, DRESSING TABLE WITH MIRROR, BENCH $39.50 9x12 RUGS IN ASSORTED COLORS $19.95 usei.«. size 1I'-M. >;, ne\er woin Eighteenth and H Streets Phone 8-8541 8-17-tf FOR SALE—Two wool rugs, 9x12 an 7!iix9!a; two stoves, twin bed wit Innersprlng mattress, and lawn mowe Phone 2-3075. i OVERSTUFFED set in good condition Make me an offer or will trade fo good console radio. Phone 3-0359. 2 FOR SALE—Chesterfield and chair. Mrs Hurry Miller, phone 2-9006. Rout 2, Box 837, Kexland Drive. FOR SALE—Household furniture, inclu< Kan range an fruit jars. Ca before '2 y. in. '1 BOX SPRINGS and Innersprlng mattress $60: prewar living room set, $60 11-foot x 8-foot 2 Inches rust carpet an pad, used ehort time. 2002 Seventeen! si reel. 2 FOR SALE—Single bed mattress an springe and one dresser. Phone 9-9787 DISHES, radiant heaters, table lampH. mac azine rack, pint fruit Jars. 1234 K atree Apartment 2. LAWSON type bed davenport with beddin compartment. $35. 2404 Montere> Phone .1-2272. For Sale—Miscellaneous 10-GALLON crocks, $4; 8-gaMon crock. $3.75; 6-callon Crocks, $3.50: 6-gsllo crocks, $4; 4-gallon crocks, $2.75; 3-ga Ion crocks, $1.26; 2-gallon crocks. IDC l-gallon crocks. 35c; %-galInn crocks 30c; ^4-gallnn crocks. 20c: fruit jar* 75c per dozen; laundry tray«, coole pads, all sizes; car coolers, dishes glasses, ailverware, roast pans. ateam tables, restaurant sinks, show cases scale*, hundreds of other items. Oswald' Restaurant Supply. 716 Nlnetaent street. Phone 2-9317. • 3 FOR SALE — APPROXIMATELY SOO 3x7-FOOT PRUNE TRAYS; APPROX1 MATELY 300 BO-POUND LUG BOXES CALL GEORGE E. FRANCE, VISAL1A CALIF. 2 DAIRY FERTILIZER for sole. Thomp aon Dairy, Poton.ac Drive, bet wee Quantlco and Oswald. Hammer mill am Hercules 4-cyllnder gaa engine. 3 GENUINE walrus bag, gooc aa new, full equipped. Can be aetn at 1812 F. 2 "Invasion of Europe" and "Rome Cap tured by Allies" and other newareelt 8-mm and 16mm. scenic adventurea an •ports pictures. New cartoons. Llttl King, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouae, etc Edward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nine teenth. 9-19-t Flyinr and balsa, model plane kits jeeps trucks, tanka, ships, fittings, balsa wood carvinr; luiivea. dope and cement. Corn in and took around. Edward'a Camer: Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth atreet. 8-22-t FARMERS ATTENTION Just received carload of wire a follows: Poultry netting, 1 am 2-inch mesh, 1, 4, 5 and 6-ft. high 26-inch hog fencing, heavy barbec wire, 80-rod rolls. Place your or ders now. Cousins Tractor Co., 42 Twenty-fourth street, * 2 REPAIR" your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories fo repairing. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nine teenth atreet, 8-23-t FOR SALE—Baby buggy, very good con dltlon, $30 cash. 505 East Eighteenth 22 FARMERS—Buy your cotton aacks early ».46-oz. duck. 12-foot, $2.39; 10%-foot $2.15; 9-foot, $1.85. J. C. Penney Com pany. 2018 Chester avenue. 22 ATTENTION FARMERS—We now have * supply of bleached 8-oz. 29-Inch canvaa 29c yd. J. C. Pmney Company. 2018 Chester avenue. FOR SALE—Two new reach-In refrigerators, commercial boxes, all glass door Phone 6811. Delano. 22 FOR SALE—New equipment, one No. 36 10-ft Seeger full-view display case, complete. Phone 6811. Delano. 22 7 H-HORSEPOWER General Electric mo tor. Phone 2-8166 after 6 p. m. 21 UcCormick-Deerlnc ensilage harvester. L.arge Pa pec hay chopper. S'ew Idea hay loader Universal milking machine, complete with 4 pulsators. £ aluminum pails, 2 vacuum pumps with 110 and 440-voH. motors. Ammonia ,ce machine, complete with colls and cooling tower. Uerlllier complete, 'ourlng tank and cooler. Team good work horses with harness Call C. F. Moore. 1315 Eighteenth street, or phone 2-1268. 22 TWO-WHEEL TRAILER. Reglna vacuum and attachments, floor lamps, card table, dnublu bed anu spring, electric dishwasher. 1015 East Eighteenth. 21 3NE 6-lb. sight feed victory gaa generator. Paquln & Bryan. 99 Highway and Pierce Road. 22 20-GAUGE doublebarrel Le Fever hfltn- merleaa Bhotgun, leather case, two boxea ahella, $45. Phone 9-8021. 108 Nevada atreet. 22 TO HISTORICAL COLLECTORS—Have copy of New York Herald, date April 15. 1861. carrying flrat atorv of Lincoln's aaaaaatnatlon: will set I. Phone 2-9444 Can see at Sam Mosley'a aervice atatlon. Union and Brundage. 21 FOR SALE—One 16-foot plywood boat and trailer, good condition. Phone 5-5683. 521 .leffry street. 23 ONE PAIR lady's shoes, size 7-A, 14; one pair lady's naturalizers, 6'i-H, 1.1; one size 14 princess atvle black gabardine coat, $10, one pair coll bed springs, 18 one inhttreHB, $5, Phone 2-8829. 22 FOR SALE—Washing machine: clean 19:17 Lincoln Zephyr coupe (9W1838), good tires, good condition: man's new English riding boots. Blze 7. 1003 Owens. •"" TOR SALE—Prewar bicycle with gea shift. Like new, $56. Fur coat, >2», good condition Dresses, skirts, size 14. ehoea 6-6',4. Phone 2-5786 after 6 BASSINETTE, eompletj with utand, mat tress and lining. Phone 2-2766. 2203 Berkeley. 23 FIRESTONE car cooler. »5. 1201 Mount Vernon. Phone 3-0268. 23 -INCH centrifugal pump with gaa engine. As la. $45. Phone 2-5280. 23 '-20 INTERNATIONAL tractor, equipped with butane. With or without butane attachment. Marvin Bender. Route 5, Box 502. TOYS FOR ALL AGES CROQUET SETS BOOKS—GAMES—RATTLES BAKERSFIELD HARD'WARE CO. 2015 CHESTER AVENUE HE OFFICE OP PRICE ADMIN8TRA- T1ON has act <Jollara-and-centa celling pikes on uaed refrigerator*, waihlng machine!, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maxmlum prices s-pply to every seller, even to «n Individual •elllnr his personal household effects. For jnformatlon concerning these and all other celling pricra, call the Bakersfield War Price and Rationing Board. Phone 9-8419. 6-13-tf DECORATE your homa with .mlrrora. Wa specialize In mlrrora and mantels, wtlli •nd doora. B»k«rafleld Olaaa Company. 1716 Nineteenth atreet. 1-10-tf RADIO REPAIRS ulck service. General Service Company, in Baker. Phone J-H7I. 4-24-tf KECAPPINO ring your old tlrea to ua for recapping. We uae Grade A rubber; 24-hour aervice BENZINOB SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets l-6-tf AD1OB, «tovea, furniture, IxlO and IfxX tenta, and ail kind* of aecondhand good a. Pumpkin Center Second Hand Store. 17 AR SALE—One chicken home. 12x20; on* brooder house, 12x11, and reed containers, $15. »« Roberta Lane. SSORTMENT of toola and miscellaneous garden equipment. Laying hen* and fryeia; chicken pen* In sertlona. HOI Er ftlfo Drive. Phone |.»7>4. For Sale—Miscellaneous WE HAVE THE Hopt Knives Biimbou rakes, made in Mexcio Curtain stretchera Kgg beaters Heavy cord Vines Crescent wrenches Diagonal pliers Hi-speed drills Used lawn mowers Clothesline (reels) Tools, kit*, mitre box Blow torch Hot Shot batteries Flashlight batteries Rubber belting nnd lacing Yankee screw drivers Axes Snap clothespins Defrosting trays Hardware rloiti f'hiekrn wire Barbed wire Klectrlc wiie. 12. 14. 10-gKUjje Oilcloth flrape knives Wood blocks Hot water heaters KlPctric supplies Nails, paint, sawa Welders mitta Stack pots Restaurant dl-xhog Fountain glasses Whisky pourers ("leavers, knives BX-cable Brushes, all kinds Congoleum ruea I'npainted chests Juvenile rockers and chair* Juvenile table and chair set! Play pens, baby beds Maple bedroom suite Mattresees Marble-top kitchen tables Clothes hampers Meat saws, merit blocks Bathroom scales Mirrors Desert bags Wire buffing whcela Pyrex ware Dinner set* Files Copper tubinc, \' t and ^i-lr- 1 Coll nil lanterna Levels Razors Electric drills Jacobs Chuck If you can't find it anywhere else LOOK FOR IT AT Hardware and Restaurant Supply 1322 Twentieth Phone, 3-05S1 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 6-60C9 2-29-tf New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 39 INSTEAD nt taking naoa 1 now enjoy the sermons since 1 hear with VACOL1TK Clement Herahay, 2735 Center, phone 2-0571. 8-16-t? Have SO thousand new 10-ounce 18-37 bur. lay bace. Will aetl at cost. Oren Hartman Co . phone 3-8671. Bakerafleld. 19 LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover aweepera available only to persons having old Hoovera to trade In. Liber: 1 allowance. Guaranteed factory parts and aervice. Call Welll'a aervlre department, B-B861. 7-S-tf VACUUM CLEANERS, Irona. toaatera. heating pads, motora, everything electrical repaired. Money-tack guarantee. Htintloy Appliance Service and Repairs. »17 Water street. Phone 2-4570. 28 GET FOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber 1 . tamp company. You will be satisfied with Its prompt service Pads. Inks, dater* of all make*. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone g-8102. 43 For SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE'CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 23 FOR SALE—Lady's diamond ring, $275 1017 King street Kaat Bakcrsfleld. 21 Sewii Sewing Machine Exchange. 1218 Baker, has electric nnd Btand machines; repairing 23 FOR SALK—15-kw. d. c. Renerator. Phono 2-0178. 21 FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 3 Mllea South of Town 34 FOR SALE—Used 250 to 300 Intermittent G. E stationary welding machine. C I Stiincllfi'. phone 6-G8:i7. 8-22-tf FOR SALE—New Adrian baled hay loader; also one new Case 66-h. p. pumping engine. C L. Stnncllff. Twenty-fourth and N streets. Phone 0-6837. 8-22-tf FOR SALE—Case tractor, some tools. Also 160 acres of lind for lense. H. Rogers, Bnrbank avenue. Shatter. 22 ONE T. D.-35 TRACTOR; ONE F-12 PARMALL; ONE No. 13 UAR- VESTER; ONE HAY BALER. ALSO SMALL TOOLS. PHONE 4-4800. , 23 FOR SALE—Army officer's overcoat, alze 40. In excellent condition. Baasln- ettR and pad. like new. Cnll 2-8864. 22 Console Electric Mnchlncs We Do Hemstitching Expert Repairing on Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners We Buy. Sell and Trade Killehrew'a Hemstitching and Repair Shop 1009 West Eighth, off corner Cheater Phone 9-9487 23 WM. GOERTZEN—GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER SPREADING. PHONE SHAFTER 684, BOX 487. SHAFTER, CALIF. ONE large grapejulce press and grinder. E. L. Hughes, phone 2-2488. 22 Spreading any time, any Phone 3-1759 or 3-1646. amount. 4C FOR SALE—Silver Fox Fur like new. 160; paid 181, plua tax. Black felt turban, fox pompom Included. Two distinctive black silk, coat* alxe 81. 130. New material, never worn. ilO Center atreet, Taft, Calif, FOR BALE—12-gauge double barrel! abot- gun. Phone 2-58)6. MY ULCERS *re cured. No use for 2 bred milk goat*. 113.00 and 116. Martha Ruse, 2530 EdUon Highway. 22 Per «ale—MlaceManeeua CHAIN' HOISTS, warehouse and pnikiua shed triu ks, nit i-onipressors. Immedi. ate , elivery. LIM-IT Hardware Company. TiUale. -. i; TWO PAIR ot lmy'9 Ir new: tally's rolir. si. _ Phone "-.', 1 :tL'. FOR SALK—A lure* 5-Trmt safe. II M>: one French door ;im1 two w-nilows. Sr-e "J._A. P. S. _Mi«rkeL_l 117 p.iker. _ ::: ; LATUKS' SflTS, ,-o.nts, dresses, sweaters | formats. St/.e 1:.» t,, n. I.ailn-s' shu,-«. j si/e ^... to :,. Men's suits, T> lo -fil rin.l J'l t i ti) 42. tiiithinetti.. lini;e reod i.unh simile. \ j eurtains. Phone 2-4:liil. 2J j [ LAKOK hlower type rooler. ex.-ellent rnnili- j | tlon. ll»5 casli. lawn mo\ver J:i.jO. Phone 1 JFOR SALE—One-sark pnrtahle rinuret"' i mixer with el»-<tiu' niotur nnd ens en- Kine. Wi.to 1'. O. FIox '.HC, IlnkersfleM. _^ 2.1 3-IIORSKPOWKR W's.-otisiii sincle. cylinder air conleil cnRini*. Prnetirally ne\v. Jliprh errii-liMi'-v tuneiin equipment, rnhi- net type, latest minimi. New. will sell at discount. Ho:ii. L'O foot i-nbin run- a-bout, l:M2 moilel ;pei-feot rnnilit Ion. JT.'iO. AVno.I he;iti-r. Phone 2-17H5 or 5-.">718. T^O Hohi-its T.ane. 2.1 $aher«ffelfc CaHfortttan Thursdoy, August 24, 1944 Fruits and Vegetables Poultry and Livestock "OR PALE> shplls. '10-40 S|>rlnefieM. two 'lj. Phone' S-S9S6. FISH WORMS- Telephone .I-LMSC nr en II 1114 Flower slreet tieTore 11 n. tn. nnd after S p tn. All day Put unlay and _Sundny._ _____ __ _ _______ L'.T ON I. elnlhes hamper. l\\ r o rnrneras. one hed, m(ittrt' v ss nnd sprinRs and feather bed. one writer rnoier with lid nml faucet, one water softener, five titiirs f red velour drapes, one dozen half-Kallo Mason Jar!i nnd Jelly jars. Phone ?-.t?4S GENUINE BAMBOO LEAF RAKE From Mexico, limit 3 rakes PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 10^4 Baker, Kast Hakersfield Phone No. I laref 1 northrrn roast Enrtlrtr. peats. While th"y last. No worms or ban] rorr-.s in theso p*>ars. Only otip-ihirrl tlie usual r.rop. Please bring riintniiiprs. Opnn till 9 p. m. 1.100 I'altn Dri,.', corner Facifir. _iifnr Korn '".•^nt-iril Hospital. "'i FOR SALE—Ulack f,ES. d; plrkecl."l"'Ta. e ynur nnler hy phi.ning 2-."ifc')7 nt 8:;i _ Thirty foui (h Mtrt'ff WATER-MELONS wholesale nr j.Mail price. I'/jc pnund. I-IJI 'jvrirue W._\V. Howell LAST PICKI.Vi; r>t~]^mm~ eonfainei-P. \v.« ,-!,,«„ .,; Nursery, TiHl i;Khi'"!:th ! FOR PALE—Strictly t-n>\< nieilium ran.h ecr-^. l,.r do?.eii. T'n-n.'i's Matket. 7:^ IH.AOK nn'l white l<e.«. llnnc rnnta n- ers. ii:."i O.lk stier-t. Phono iMfi-.n. 12 FOR SALK—Saddle hvrse. < yeara olit, weight 1U4Q; well galled. Phone 2-3991. FOR ;-.\LK—Three Brain fed helfWB wniBhinc between 500 to JOO pound«. Call _2_-0«il 1. 21 FOR SALE—Rabbits. One buck, one l>rofl doc nn'l three good hutches. _ 102s L sft-frt. 22 FOR SALE—Tasiy Rjain ted young Pekin dnfks. Di esse'l and delivered on scheiS- iiie-l trlns. Small ecas. 30o dozen. I'hone 2-HW57. Clem Dorland, Hudeon -irive. 11 • PICEfi.NS— A rlw-k. of mmnd b'rd«) «nd i J'U li *. h9 ' en 6 ' 1 " lo P»rly takins ell. Phon« I FOR SALE— Z.i feeder pigs. 5 brood sows. ; 1 purebred Berkshire boar. One-half I mile south of roundho.Jso on Oak street. i-,. W. Solomon. Hox_ m. FOR SALE—Stylish called hav saddle horse. pood mountain horse, penile, but plenty nt spirit. Phone 3T1-J. Tatt. 2;'. Poultry and Livestock A-l ALFALFA, In shock. Phone 2-100R Typ«wrlt«r«, Offlco »uppll«« WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, addln machine*, rherkwriters and cash rrffi tecs. Lynch Typewriter Company. Ilif ''hcslfr avenue. 6-2 Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mountin and dismounting auto radios Aerials installed while you wait. PORTO N RADIO Corner 1C Street and 'J9 Highway 3-27-t TOP PRICES paid for late model radios Postoti Radio Service, corner of K an 99 Highway. Phone 2-0498. 2-1-t Wo Have Facilities and Available Paris to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-043S 12-2-t WILL PAY highest cash price for you Piano. Call 8-S673. t? WE SELL all available musical Instru .nents. supplier and sheet music. W buy used musical Instruments regardles of condition. We repair all stringed In Btrumeius and repair bows. Kern Alusi Shon. 906 Baker sirect. 2 PIANO WANTED—Highest cash price pal for new ind used pianos. Phone 8-8981 9-1,1-t CAR AERIALS for any make of car. $4.9 and up. Poston Radio, corner of K stree and !>:i Highw a£. 9 -1-1 GUARANTEED used piano bargains Choice stock of carefully selected fully guaranteed used pianos o leading makes. Every piano com pletely rebuilt and guaranteed ex actly like new. Low prices an easy terms. Phillips Music Com pany, 1610 Nineteenth street. 2 HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radio: Bakersfield Radio Supply, 2808 Chpste avenue. Phono 2-5150. 8-11-t RADIO?— Sold. trndeC or repaired. W give expert aervice at reasonable prices Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. S PIANO for snle. Small size Kimball. Wai nut case, thoroughly lecondltloned. full guaranteed. Full price (126. terms J8.8 _a month: free delivery. Baldwin Plan distributor, 1613 Seventeenth street. 22 ELECTRIC GUITAR; must Bell. Call 132 Twenty-second atreet, or phone 7-7924. 2^ CASH for your old radio regardless of age, make or condition. We pick them up at your home. Phone 2-C193. 24 FOR SALE—Chlckcrlng piano. 243 La Colina. BEAUTIFUL antique anunrc grand piano Kino playing shape. 2003 Second street 2 CONSOLE RADIO, in good condition. 136 also table radio, $20. Phone 2-5193 702 Washington avenue, Oildale. 2! been BOUGHT AND BOLD Cabinet Moilela 129.50 Up All radios offered for aalo have reconditioned, and are Kuarnninpil SERVICE ON ANY MAKE RADIO BAKERSFIELD RADIO SUPPLY 281S CHESTER AVENUE DIAL 2-5150 8-11-tf FOR SALE—MOTOROLA CAR RADIO J4D TABLE MODEL RADIO 117.50. Dlf CENTER STREET. TAFT. CALIF. Cameras and Photography SUPER 1KONTA "IJ"—Tripod. flasbKiin. filters, portrs.it lens, sunshade, evcr- reaily case, metal case, cable- release, i-arryinif strap wml now *;. E. llBhl meter. Nune sold separate. Phonp 2 -383!). 21 FOR SALK—Slightly used Universal Western Master linht exposure meter. Imiulre 2725 Park Way. Pliune 2-0202. Fruits and Vegetables $1.25 FOR FULL LUG. Bring your own containers, same kind of pears wo had year. The last 3019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf You -ilrk tlirm. Very best quality. 60c per lug; bring ytiur own containers North <,'hpster avenue. Ihroiifih Oililnlf adjninln*. tank farm. :i? VALLEY'S -FINER FOODS Twentieth and Union SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. AGAIN WE GIVE YOU FREESTONE PEACHES AT JLOW PRICES. WE HAVE ORANGE CLINGS. ATASCADERO 0 0 Please bring your own containers. 'ji-22-it FOR BALE—No. 1 orange cling canning peaches, large field lugs, also Pasn Rubles pears, (1 per lug. Bring contaln- era. 107 East Seven t h. J J STRING BEANS, 6c Ib: Kentucky Wonder: you nick them; won't last long. Out Rose- daje 7 mllea to Santa Fe track*. 1 mile aouth on Jewetta. Phone 3-2075. 21 TREAT yourself to a good Mantcca-grown watermelon, very sweet, also have peaches and pears (or canning. Friday. Saturday, Sunday. Bring containers. Karl Coat*, 144 North Chester. 22 No. 1 COAST canning" pears. 11.25 lug. Wring own containers. ,236 I »tre«t. Phone 2-7488. A ATTENTION Blood-tested b.lbv chicks, luooilers. po.iltry supplies nnil feed. Wo i,u\ your cuss. (.'hlrks *!.'> hundred. 2211I 1'nmn. or SH _ E ig hth^ _ tli oni *_2 - 70-'"> nr 2 - 94 'i :> '.'- 1 - 1 f BABY CHICKS'. J15 per hurdled; New Hampshire Fti>fls. Rhode Island Reds. Plymouth Rocks. Rock anil Ked Cross: n<»\\ shipment every Monday nriler parly. Also plenty of metal feeders, fountains and poultry medicines. Ward's Farm _Storo. _ 2i",2 ;_CJi«>slpr. ____ 4-17-tf FOR SALE — Twr «p,in of ci.ort work mures. one brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat _ Ph o_n e_2-J_OJi^ . _ _ 7 - 1 9 • t f OFFERING n number in outstanding yearling anil 2-yenr-nlil registered Hereford built A. H. Karpe. Ptiono 9-9671. _____ ______ __ 7-19-t f ATTENTION. PO17LTRYMEN! Our Market Is Onei, We I'ny Tups for Fryers and Roastere One Blo.-k West of East Bakersficld Pnst Office 11 OB Kern Street. Dial 2-245S BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET __ _ ____________ 23 BAH? CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers. ronstinK hens. Riverview IJntchery, 215 Huberts Lane. Plmne —... _______ 131' Y. «ell nr trade all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy .Tohnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hosk i na Ri.ad. __ 4 2 BUY. SELL or trade all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hos_ kJn^__Road. __ 42 HOLSTEiN-GUEKNSEY milk cow, 3 years old averages 3 gallons dally fresh Octn- _ her _ 24. Phone 2-8050. __ 21 FOR SALE— Rabbits and fryers: pieeons 20c rach aa long as they last. 3717 K _ street. __ 21 FOR SALE — Horses, lady'a horses kid's ponies, parade horses. Bar-O Stables, mile east of China grade on County Park road. 23 ONE BABY bcpf and porker for sale; readv __lo_l>uj£her. 3. : !0_0_Cenl_eT_Btjre e .t_. ?! SxS CHICKEN HOUSE with wire bottom. ir>0-chirk electric brooder, cheap; also four bantam hens and rooster. Phone ^-27C6. 903 Wllaon. Oildale. 21 13 DOES. 3 bucks. 11 hutches, waterers nnd feeders, all for J75. Call after 4:30. Phono L'-.195C. 23 FOR SALE—Rabbits, hutches, one 4-stall. four 2-stall. 2007 Kentucky. 21 FOR RALE—Family row. Half-mile east of Whelilon's Market, at Weed Patch. Phone 2-90SS. 23 CHICKENS for salo and cata to give away. Call evenings after 4. Phone 3-1567. 21 FOR SALE—New Hampshire fryers, bnt- tery raised. 1603 Hurrle avenue. Hlgh- la ml Pa rk. 21 EXTRA FINE team ol' well broke young hnrses. One mile south ami one-hnlf west of Weed Patch atore. Wildman's. 2.1 PF.KIN ducks, full grown and almost frying size, for sale cheap. Also Junior si?:i? baby crib, S5. Phone 3-1B43 at ;i619 .1 ewett Lane. 22 FOR SALE—White 1'ekln riucks. 912 Terrace Way. Phono 2-8627. Legal Notices NOTICE OF HEARING WHEREAS. In conformity with Sections 2891 and 2893 ot the Education Code, a petition has been tiled with the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, prnylng for an order to be made admitting and annexing the Stlne Elementary School District to the Greenfield Union Elementary School District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the aald Board of Supervisors has set sold petition for hearing nt the hour of 11 A. M.. on Tuesday, the 6th day of September. 1944. at the time and place of a regular meeting of said Board at the Courthouse, Bakersfield, for the purpose of hearing all persons Interested concern- Ing said petition and to make Its appropriate order granting nr denying the aame, By order of the Board nf Supervisors, this 14th dny of August, 1944. R. J. VKON, County Clerk. Aug. 17; Sept. 1. Incl. NOTICK FOB BIDS Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Trustees, Kern County Union High School District. Bakersfleld, California, will receive bids for the furnishing ot 20 tons ot whole wheat according to specifications on file in the Business Office ot the District at 1341 F Street, Bakersfield, California. F.nch bid shall bo submitted on a form o bo obtained at the Buslnens Office and shall be sealed and filed with that office on or before August 28, 1944, at 6:00 o'clock P. M,, and will be opened In public at or about 8 o'clock P. M. of thnt day in the office of the Board of Trustee?. Kern Cuunly Union High School, Admln- strutlon Building, Bakersfield, California. The Board of Trustees. Kern County Union High School District, reserves the right to reject any nr ull blda and/or to waive any Irregularity In a bid. BOARD OF TRUSTEES, KERN COUNTY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT. T. N. HARVEY. President H. K. WOODWORTH, Clerk August 10, 17, 24, 1044 NOTICK OF INTENTION TO K NO \C1I3 N' TIIH SALK OK ALCOHOLIC BKV- lOIlAUKH — August 24, 1944.— To Whom It Ma" Concern: Notice la hereby given that fifteen days after tho ditto poster!, the undcrsisnp'l proposes tn sell alcohollf wvernguN at these prumlsi-s, described ax jllinvs: Thu Mountain Inn. lOast Side of Main Htrw>t. Kernvillo, Kern County. Pursuant tn Hurh intention, tho undersigned s applying to tho Stiito Board ot Equall- /.alion for ismjanre of (in alcoholic bevpr- IKO license tor Ik-onsen; for these nretn- ses as follows: On Sale Beer and Wine. \nyiiiie de.iirliie 1 to protest the issuance >f aiii'h llccnaels) may I'ilu n verified pro- est with the State. Hoard, of Equalization it Sacramento. Cti IllVrnlu, slating Krouuils or denial JIM provided by law. The pretn- ses a ro now licensed for the sale of Ucohollo bc.verasi's. William Newman. e.l Newman. AUK. 24 OBITUARIES; MrCAWLKY. SAMl I I. TURNKY— Ku- ni'ral services for Samuel Turney ,M*-- C'.nvlcy of Dcliinu wuii' largely iit- teiuliMl nti WednoHilay morning when tlie Kuvereml Riilpli H. Cox. rector o( St. Paul's Episcopal Church nt ItHke.rst'leUI ii'jiJ tho l'Jt>lsu>im! Hervire. Mrs. llar- nlil Apiilcl'nril snriK, "Th<! Stranger of <!:tlilei!" and "Tho Lord's I'niypr." -Miss Jani-l Strethi'is WUB the accompanist ami played before and after the si'rvlie. Palltiearer.M \\i?iv members ui llie Kern County Agricultural Department staff of which Mr. MrCawli-y w;is n member for 2. r i yeam. anil were C. J. Keiistem of Tehachapl. Neil Smith of Wiisco. Burley Ti.ild of Deluna, Ed ward and Charles Orimm. Buford L. Fnx. Lewis A. Hunch. iKelilon .Morley and Iliirold L. 1'omeroy. all ot Hakersfli-lil. Inti'iment was In Delano Cemetery. Hi- was a nalivc of Oalntln cuiinty, Kt-n- tui-ky, and 78 jears old. As a yoiitiK man of L'I hn ciime to California and Heltied nt Altuunlira ^\ llere he married Miss Clara. Bel Urn Williams. Tim tum- llv name to iJHlaii', in V.U8 and have rpsided here continuously since ttiat time. He. died AUBust 21 nt tho family home after n year of failing health a rid four days of ai-uto sk-kness. lie Is survived by his wiilo.v. and t\vo diiuxh- tei-s. .Mesdiimes Ward Robertson and .lumea 11. Ilurum. all of Iieinno. and H thlnl daUBlitpr, Mrs. Ituy li. Turaeoii of Snow Low. Anx. F'OR SALK — On« hull _ Dairy on Kaat N'ilos. calt at Hort's Phonn 3-4078. Kul'RTEKM 2-mnnths.n:<1 Broadbreaat tur- _l.eys.^^^" earh^^ Phone 2-?019_ MV I'LCERS nre cured. No use for 2 bml milk cont.s. $12 ",0 and $15. Martha Rose. _ 2 ."- :i 1_ J5d i son Hi gh_\v a^y. _____ __ 22 l-'i'ir; SALK — Five, f eerier yi'Sf-'. three sows, with litters; two fat *<iws, one hoar. Frank Alvos, BUttonwillnw. phone 5«OI. ______ 23 Dogs and Oiher P«t« _____ FOH SALE— Puppies, moles 13. SO: femaJes Jl.OO. One week sale only. Fowler'g Pet __ Sh _2f'-_ 1 L : JLT. m C!Li t '!S*l- _ 23 WANTED— Sprlncer Spaniel, or wilt tr»ln _ du^k rlog during coming season. _ 21 THREE KITTENS to be given away, JSSO Lake street. _ 81 BLONDE Cocker Spaniel puppy. 4 months old: pedigreed. Make a fine pet. Phone _? • - ML _ 21 FOR SAi.E — Cncker Spaniel maJ*. 3 months old. papers. S40. 126-B El Tejon. _ OU dale. _ Sl_ FOR SALE — Springer Spaniel Dial* dSs. Phone 3-10fl9. For Exchange—Miscellaneous WILL TRADE one box of 16-arauge shells. No. 8 shot, for one box 20-gauge shells. No. 7 or 7 J ,a shot. Phone 3-171* after F>-30 p. m. 22 8625 34-48 A tailored classic the city matron and tho suburban housewife find Indispensable in her wardrobe. Make It up In any of the muted or colorful, caaly launderable cottons now on the market. Done In navy blue crepe. It makes a emart {rock to wear to business, too! Pattern No. 8825 Is in sizcn 34. 3«. 38, 40, 42, 4(> nnd 48. Size 36, short sleeves, requires t'A yards of 39-Inch material. The smart new Issue of the midsummer style book—Fashion—has 33 pages of cool- hmkinR, crisp new sportswear and aum- mer day frocka and accessories. Order your crfpy now. Price 15 centn. For this attractive pattern, send 20 centa In coins, with your name, address, pattern number and size to 3'ha Baktraftflt Califrtrninn Today's Pattern Service, TQ9 J/is«ion Street, San Francisco t. FOR CONVENIENCE THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA!! acints llsttd btlow will rtetivi elissifltd idvtrtisinf ind sub- icfiptlons it tin titular ritu. ARVIN Kay Knonlrx. Arvln Pharmacy BUTTONWILLOW K. V. Lannlmtin, Carrier DKLANO Cnlted Cigar Store or K. K. Klppy. Delano Carrier GRAPEVINE Siiearn .Service Station KERNVILLE DISTRICT Ardin M. Walker FELLOWS Waggoner'* News Dealer LEBEC Lettec Coffee Shop LOST HILLS J. 1.. Stuli More MARICOPA Gate City I'barmaiT .MeFARLAND Frank Carter M. KIITRICK 15ELRIDGE Karl Hillary Service Station OILDALE Oildule Pharmacy SHAFTER Shufttr Drue Company TAFT MariposH flews and Clear Co. TEHACHAPI Vuinthnn'i Drug Store TfPMAN Klk llill.s Mercantile To. R. V. l.annimun. Carrier WASCO strincham OriiK Store Classified Columns Close 10 A. Mi The Cu.liforni*n uill not be responsible for errors in Clusiiifled Adver- tiNlnir taken orrr telephone- unleaa correction IK niuilc linnieiJiatclr after flritt Inwrtion. Refund* on paid udverllHliuentH must be called for within 8(1 itu.vi. Telephone 7-7631 for City Servioo UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phono 7-7M1 Cheater Avenu* at J. 6. FHikiwr Fruk AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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