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For tale.—Improved Property FURNISHED DUPLKX SOUTHEAST BAKERSFIELD, ON NICE CORNER LOT. $3985 SMALL DOWN. OILDALE, A NEAT LITTLE HOME. $2850. TERMS. EAST BAKERSFIELD, NICE TWO- BEDROOM HOME. 73 FOOT FRONTAGE. JISOOO. EOUTHGATE, ONE-HALF ACRE, TWO-BEDROOM HOME. $3750. D. C. (SLIM) MYXATT PHONE 8-89SB 23 WINGLAND SQUARE—Five-room modern haute, coollngr nystem, <iuit: floor furnace, Die kitchen and bath; shade and fruit trees, yard fenced. 15750. Phone «_. 5-B710. 23 FOR SALE—Flvc.room brick «tuccn house l^?,' > * <lroom »- 121 ° Thlrty-slith «tr«et. |2<>0. Immediate pog.«mi1un. 1 3 ONI3-BEDnoOM tiouce with sleeping pnrrh. IN Ice yard with chicken pens. Shade trees. U'GOQ C ni«h. 105 Soulh King. 23 FOR 8AI..K—Klve-room home. strictly modern, with Venetian blinds thrnugliniit. double K;irai?e with cnncrete driveway. fine lawn front and bark, with garden and younii cltrua nnd trult trpcp. Shown by appointment. For inforinalion. Dial 2-7192, or cull at 1510 Pearl street. ev»- nlrlBK. 22 SOL'TII BAKliHSKIKr.D. in Fiernita Park a good buy. Kivp-ionm old house, needing repairs, and 2-car Riirnnc. with new Hpartment overhead. Totnl price onlv nilJO. J1400 cash will handle. Elmer V. Karpe, 1517 IJiglUepnth. 8-?4-tt GRAND VIEW—Morro bay, ocean. PlenTy Hums, fish. came. If wanting uniall Improved poultry, fruit, almond ranch, largo cabin Bite, or scenic acre mutable for auto court, write Mr«. Nutnian. rcnutc_l.__Snii l.ula Oblapo. Calif. 2,'l SALE—Buffine*s propprtv. 4 rental housns ; home, slore and 2 Ras pumps. 701 Pe- callir. Olldale. 23 FOR HALK—Ry ovvner, duplex and house in good localiiy. A-l condition. 2J2j I, "I i eel, Apartment A. 24 FOR SALE—Two-bedroom dwelling, half- acre lot, near Niles nnd Sterling. $.">Sr>0, termn. See Paul Sybrnnclt, 213 Enst Kighleenth. Phone ft-SO 03. 2B F1VK-ROOM modern home and garage. >lardwood floiirn. tile, close to school. Small down, monthly payments. I'hone :-47r.!l after (i. ;;) For Sale—-Lots PASO ROBI.ER beach lots. Cnyucot. while they last, J160 each, $25 down. SHI month. Post Office Box 481. Studio ^CUy^Cajj r. jj FOUR choice lots in southwest. 92x300 each, gas, lights and plenty of water. Wonderful soil and now in alfalfa. OLON PRY AN' Phone 2-7554 iti71 Chester Avenue __ 23 10 A THUS—(Jrepii Acres dinlrict of best level land in good wnter district; Jl.'tOt). J'liiiiin 7-73C7 or Inquire 423 N'llcs. nwner. '.'.'I Per Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Automobile* FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO E CC* A IT IP SALE YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK. CADILLAC DEALER S-24-t FOR SA1.K at ccilinic pric let Tudor. Plione 3-^0 6. IS SS Chevro- T279 Ariz.) FOR SALE—i:i35 Chevrolet Mauler sedan. (9HC7.) See this car at II 111 Eight- centh fitreel. (iooil shape, good tires. 22 191S STUDB.HAKER <cdnn (70AD31) to trade lor pickup truck. 110 Nilcs. Phone 4-428.-I nfter 6 p. ni. ;;: 19<0 HUDSON" surer six sedan Prewar rubber A-l. (9-A-1375.; Mechanically sound. Radio, overdrive, Phone L'-5f.8^ or call at 201'7 Nineteenth street. }35D. ^ "3 For Sale—Lumber Used Lin For Sale—Improved Farms B700 ACRES, with good house, barns, corrals and 22 miles fenre. Year nrotind grazing. Plenty water. Will handle around 400 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 L'05 Hopkins Building Office Phone 7-70:!l Evenings 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 hog and cattle set-up in California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will pay 12 per cent on investment. 100 ACRES 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 20 ACRES. GARDEN SOIL, Close to city, suitable for future subdivision. Price J375 acre, easy ternu. DEAN R, HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 3-0:75 5.-JLLH SOUTHWEST—15 acies of the very finest soil. 13 acres In alfalfa. 12 acres in cotton. Good \vell und pump and free water rlffhls. Close on. OLON BRYAN 1671 Chester Phone 2-7E54 23 (458-L,)—2S Acres, 2-bedroom house like new, large double garage. 15-horBepower electric pump, plenty of water, piped. Three and one-half miles from town. Best of noil; corral and two chicken houses. Just the place you've been looking for Only Slg.flTB, half cash. May consider leas. Call 2-0653 or ^2-833(1. 15 FOR SALE—A fine 20-acre potato ranch within one-half mile of Wasco on highway. Good hig house, modern fine well, pipeline. One acre of strawberries, 1 acre of youn-.- and boysenherrles, 1 acre of tomatoes, 3 acres of fine sweet potatoes, .lust ready t^ harvest, together with tools necessary to harvest. With good team of yotniK tnarei and eood Jersey cow. Possession rlnhi away. W. C. Thomas. Wasco. Phone 309 or Sin. 42 ACHES of fine land on Oak .street, 3 Vi miles south of Brundase. fenced nnd leveled. Lots of ditch water and ready to he planted. A good spot to Increase your hay or cotton acreage. $10.750. on terms; Ir^s than one-third down. TVlincruls excluded until balance paid. Krral \V. Harvey. 203 Brower building. Phone 2-4L'C.O; evenings 2-4143. 23 EARLIMAIIT—20 acre«, 3 miles east of Earlimart 4-room house. ga.raRe, chicken house, good well and pump. tcooo. ARVIX—lOfi acres. Goon house, new: two good wells, lots of pipe line, 20 acres fruit trees, other Improvements. $45,000. 180 ACRES near Rockplle School. Grossed $48.000 !n 1942. was leased for $.'15 ppr acre In 1943. A good buy at $30.000. 820 ACRES about 10 miles northwest of Lancastei-. Make us an offer to close an estate. ROYDSTUN & LANCASTER 1S1T II Street. Phone S-Sli:m S-24-tf CRKKM ACRES 10 acres of land, in Green Acres district, no oil rights. Would consider house trailer in deal; $4600. Phone 7-7357 or tliiiulre owner. 429 Niles. 2J1 10 ACHES 4 miles from clock tow«j\ Excellent soil. houHo. bnrn, chicken equipment, fruit trees, unusually fine well mid olcclric pump. Immediate posscs- Hion. For quick sale. $9000, one-third cash. Phone 2-3.1112. 2H For Sal«—-Unimprovsd Land 40 ACRErf. unimproved. Three miles east of Greenfield corner on paved road. Price $75 per acre. Charles B. .Webster. 1511 Eighteenth street. 22 160 ACRES, unimproved: 7 miles west of • Waaco, on main Paso Rohles HiRhwny: full oil lights. Price $75 per acre. Charles R. Webster, 1511 Eighteenth slreet. Phono 2-3347. 22 ^^ For Sill*—Trailers ___ READY Cash (or Tour Trailer. Trailer sold on easy payment plan. We (Inane* our own contracts. MCLEAN TKAILKR MART 100 Union Avenue 8-13-U 1942 Continental house trailer, 22 (eet long, very good prewar tires. 7.50x15. Awning, 18x22 feet. 1305 Grace street. 2_3 1941 TRAIL.WASTER. 18 feet long; butane equipped. 6-ply tires, air brakes. Lots of cupboard apace. 118 "Eye" street. 25 FOP, SALE—Two-wheel trailer, good tires, .'hone 3-3385. 22 FOR SALE—Finn-wheel trailer 22-foot flat bed, steel brakes, 32x6.00 tires. Can haul 10 tons baled 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 heater, Venetian blinds; cabinet radio. Walter Beacon Trailer Court. 23 LARGE 1941 GLIDER TRAILER Two rooms, electric refilgerator. new rubber; excellent condition throughout. Dallon's Motor Court, Highway 99, South Union. Bakersfleld. 23 PICKUP box to fit In turtle o( Chevrolet coupe. Factory made, practically new, price I2D. Heavy built 2-wheel trailer, has poor 32x5 tires, steal, $20. 1611 II street. Phone 5-5580. 23 For ••!•—Automobiles FOR SALE—1934 Chevrolet coupe (35377- Nev.), also pickup trailer, all-steel body, fenders, frame; good rubber. Bee Paul. 719 Baker street. t4 FOR SALK— in:!0 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Motor in HOIK! condition, clean. (8R 73:,"i.) ^»Hil6 California _22 j 1930 MODEL, A Ford (9110972). sood tires. paint and eood running order. Cheap. Ca_H_2 -8288 a ft e_r__S. 2 3 FOR SALE—1929 Model A Ford, cood condi- _ tlon. >12a, (C^XjlGGi. Phone 3-2C1S 22 1933 2-TON O. M. C. flat-rack truck, with power winch, nearly new rubber. (I'CRR0841). Phone 6-5710. 22 1937 STUDEBAKER President 4-door. Overdrive, radio, excellent rubher and paint. Cnnulder lighter car 1234 Chesler after 5 p. m. (SIAr.17.) 22 1937 WILLYS 4-dont sedan (9A30flC); new ! paint ,1oh, rubher fair, motor In pood ' condition. Route 6. Box 134. Pioneer] Road. 22 WHILE IT LASTS .1x4 IxG 2x1! 2xli 2x12 (i.\6 3x4 3xC 3x1? Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road First gate on left side, near sate 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-tl DODGE 32 coupe (OSClflG./ Good shape mechanically good rubber. 1944 license and gas book. $195 cosh. 701 West 1930 DK SOTO sedan. Good condition, new rubber. (43-1988 Ore.) Good two- wheel trailer. 704 Washington street. Olldale after (i p. m. 23 ONE CHEVROLET, ,!),•)6 coupe, for safe or trade. Can be seen at 3D23 M. Phone 2-Of .19. (3C122S). . 23 FOR SALE—1937 Chevrolet master de luxe coupe, radio. heater, good tirei. U146f>2&). Cash. Phone Delano 2831. SELLER OR PURCHASEP Do you need additional cash to complete purchase of car? If no. Just phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, crmfidentia' service. W. .1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone C-6796. 1-12-tf 19.14 rONTIAC (Kan. 305712), excellent condition, pood tires; reasonably priced. Gns' Service. Station, acrosr from Greyhound depot. 1938 PLYMOUTH de luxe sedan, verv reasonable. Victory Motor Clinic. 40G North Chostre. Oildale. Can be Been anytime _Saturdny_( 9131 2:nl. _ _____ __ 23 1920 CHEVROLET coupe. Cash. (9A3374K _C.ll]_3_-0<;04. _____ 24 19I!) MODEL A Ford (8O9895). Mechanically excellent, poor body, no tires. $110. Inquire at Garn^e back of Mohawk _ Service Station nj^cjrclc^ __ 24 SALE — l!)3(i Master dc. luxe Chevrolet four- door sedan (2M3513). Private owner. Firestone auto cooler, new; ladies' long black fur coat, silk lined. Call 1304 _ T we n t y -fou r_t_h M re_et. _ Ph "n.'LjlirJ;* • _ -5 FOR SALE or trade, for a cheaper car, 1940 4-door DodKe. good tires and motor. (9A7S31). Phone 2-4655. 23 ^ Part* Automobil* BRING your car to us for complete service and lubrication by experienced men. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 801 Niles, East Bakersfield Phone _3-t4 02 for appointment. 27 WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. G.MAC Budget Flan Call for A. Carter FHED C. .SCHWEITZER Ol.DSMOBII.E DEALER Phono a-ii997 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 Bukersfield. Phone 3-1402. 27 SPECIAL, LUMBER NOTICE • Believe it or not, folks, we have quite a bunch of mismilled boards 4 Inches to 12 inches wide, some 2x4s and 2x6s, etc., that we jug received permission from the War Production Board to sell, no prior it.v, no nothing-. Ain't that some thinK? We also have a small amount of Insulation' wall board Vi-lnch thick left (no priority). A good supply of 90-lh. roofing paper, green, red and pearl grey (no priority). And plenty of paint, real bargains Outside white paint (not too bac cither) $1.49 a gairbn. Now, you folks who have been wanting good boiled linseed oil and have been having to use those Jow grade substitutes (them days are gone forever) we've got some gooc 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-tf HOtJTS & BOX Cut-rate Lumber Yard" 2200 Edison Highway, Bakersfleld. 7-1-tl For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures U.SED FURN1TURP! wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates, tit-own a Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Photre 7-7021. 6-12-tf FOR SALE—All-white Hotpolnt electric ranee. $50; also .arse 2-wheel trailer, good tires, $85. 1004 Lawson Road. 22 USED FURNITURE, tools, stoves, miscellaneous articles of ill kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service and parts. Furniture repaired. Boh Morley's New and Used furniture Store.. 1800 Q. 46 FOR SALE—Davenport nnd chair, $35, studio couch. $25; rug, $5. Call at 316 P street. 2.1 FOR SALE—Two wool rugs, 9x12 and 7',ix9'/j; two stoves, twin bed with Innerspring mattress, and lawn mower. Phone 2-3075. 22 FOR SALE—Household furniture. Including gas range an fruit jars. Ca _2-GS64 before 2 p. 'm. 24 BOX SPRINGS and innerspring mattress. $50: prewar living room set. $50; 11-1'oot x 8-foot 2 inches rust carpet and pad, used ehort time. 2002 Seventeen!! street. ^ FOR SALK— Single bed springs and one dresser. mattress and Phone 9-9787 _ 23 COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel alignment. Charles Vigstrom'a Garage. 1520 Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-tf GRANT piston rings last longer. Motor tuned up. greasing and oiling; car storage. Blue Ribbor Garage. 1916 Nineteenth. Phone 2-0674. 1-15-tf For complete SimoniziiiB. 2-988' lubrication and washing. Rlchfiek". Service. Phone Motorcycles and Bicycles FOR SALE—Prewar bicycle, balloon tires. _Pt,oiie_2-J_HM. FOI1 SAl.K—1'rc.war man's bicycle, n<'W tiles, chrome tenders, good shape. ;)o!9 Jewett Lane. POWELL motor scooter. $200. coin, East BukerBfield. 1401 Lin- 24 WANTED—Boy's large size bicycle. Highland Drive. Phone 4-42U5. 1930 HARLEY-DAVIDSON motorcycle. Price $65. (11181.) 707 Charlana Drive. 23 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles CONSIGNMENT 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 5-5710. 22 Before selling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-6-tf WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf FOR SALE — Console radio. $25; dresser, $5; buffet. $5; kitchen cabinet, $10; breakfast table. $5; dining table, $7; bed and springs. $10; mattress, $5; gas _ range. $15 B15 Chester. __ _ 23 FOR SALE — 5-piece oak livingroom suite. one library table, one dining chair, all goes for $125. To nee. calj 723 Lincoln Htreel, Oildale. 23 FOR SALE— Table and four chairs. In good condition, $17.60. 1702 A street. __Phoiie_J!- 5 056. PREWAR mohnlr dlvon nnd chair to match. with springs. A-l condition. Phone 5-5334 _ or_imiilire_2712_Twenticlli. _ 24 SALE — Nice living room desk, floor lamp. wh:u-not. C14 Chester avenue. Phone 3-0318. FOR SALE—Breakfant set. round-top table, pas heater, bedroom rug. hall runner. National pressure cooker. Eureka vacuum; miscellaneous articles of all kinds. Call alter 10 a. m., Saturday and Sunday. 1115 H street. COMPLETE bedroom suite. 2-piece living room sel. occasional chair, two S'.ixlO wool rugs and pads, one radiant circulating healer, breakfast table and two chairs, i'ow odds and ends furni- IIIP\ Plume 2-4-IO". 24 LATU',10 dining Bet. 9x12 rug, library table, electric fan. dutch oven, toaster, other items. 322 Highland Drive. Phone 2-8379. 23 9x15 ALL-WOOL rug and pad, solid Burgundy rose cut frieze, blue velour sofa and chair, spring constructed, late prewar occasional chair arid long table. Phone 2-7882. 513 Linda Vista. 23 Oak Frame Outdoor Rockers, very special $5 95 All-Steel Coil Springs, single and double deck, new shipment, prewar construction $10.85 and $14.85 Bed Divan* $59.95 Coil-Spring Platform Rockera $L'9.!I5 Unfiniahed Chests $8.95 Plastic Dinettes $69.95 A Small Store Bulging With Values AT55-S.MITH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 23 FOR SALE—Nice dinette set. six leather- liotlom chairs, leather table pad. I'hone 2-:lSSO. 2117 Eighteenth street. DETROIT Jewell high oven range; bns- sinetto and new pad; bridge lamp; kitchen stool ; bed. springs and mattress; maple chest of drawers: hip rubber bools. No. 7, und knee rubber boots, No. 9'.'2 : men's suit and overcoat; ladies' coats: top shoes, G'J: vegetable bin; sectional bookcase; child's table; fruit Jars; vard cushions; National Geographic magazines. 2724 Chester Lane. FOR SALE—Dropleaf table, side oven gas range, cubinet phonograph with lots of records. Bantam chickens. 930 Truxtun. SMALL whito enameled four-burner cooking stove, oven regulator. $65. 525 Jefferson street. Phone 2-GriC,i;. 21 FOR SALE—Davenport, round oak table, library table . and overstuffed chair. 2225 L stre^L Apartment A 24 FOR SALE—Ice box, 150 pounds, all metal whito ennmel, suitable for targe family or small grocery store; 6-plece modern dlnlnc set. chairs padded backs and seats, cood condition. Phono 3-1730. 329'.a Lincoln. Olldale. 23 RI'O—9x18 Wilton prewar, all wool broadloom, color, rose-heather. Also heavy waffle pa/1. May be seen ut 3631 L street. Phono 8-8739. WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL E1LS1EW1 FULL CEILING BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 1706 Cheitw Avwnut. Pbon* B-J746 t-U-U Sale— .Furniture, Fixtures | For Sale— Furniture, Fixture* For Sale— Miscellanou» LLENT VALUES IN* USED Fl'RNlTl'R!': GAFFERS & SATTLKR HEATER WICKER BABY BUGGY KITCHEN CHAIR FL'LL SI55E BOX SPRING RECORD CABINET MAHOGANY EXTENSION TAHLK OAK LIBRARY EXTENSION TAKU-J 4S-TNCH ROUND DINING ROOM TARLK. TWIN SIZE MATTRESS HOSPITAL BED MONTEREY BEDROOM SUITE 9x12 RUG U-P1ECE BED DIVAN SET MMECE WELL UPHOLSTERED LIV1NGKOO.M SUIT!-; S'l.'.i.-, J-l. '.',-> $:>.!) 5 M:'.!).-, HI'S 111 icMaoan's Jhurniiu EIGHTEENTH AND II STRIOETS S.:':>-If For Sale—Miscellaneous gafatrgftelb Calttornian Friday, August 25, 1944 ] 5 Serffc Ptuits and FEARS Now and usnl. Untight, sold, rppn and oxrhnncfd. Lni'KPst stne Kfni rounty. KERN I'UMI' EXCHANGE 4(10 Sononi Phone th VACiH.ITK Center, pl-i-n.' S ir,-if si.;-. FOP. FULL LT:<-; Biins jour n\vn mri'iintr?. 5mmi» Kii.d r,f poms u e li.' '" K. I. Market For Exchange—Miscellaneous See our large display of spring-Hllo living room furniture In a variet. of styles and upholsteding materi als to suit you. Prices ranging from $100 to $295 far a 2-pieco divan set Occasional chairs $12.95. Five piece bedroom set, large chest o drawers $109.50. Five-piece dinette red leatherette seats, $55. Use ou budget plan, no interest or carry ing charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE JUST ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF THE COURTHOUSE 2 HIGHEST PIIICES PAID for furniture household articles, appliances, tools, etc Prompt, courteous servire. Victory Fur nlturt, 618 Union avenue. Phone 3-1005 For Sale—Miscellaneous THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA TION has act dollars-and-cents celling prices on used refrigerators, washim machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters bed springs, cameras and phnttmraphi equipment. These mnxmlum prices appl to every seller, even to an Indlvicltia .'elllns his personal household effects For information concerning these an all other ceiling prices, call the Bakers field War Price and Rationing Bonrd Phone 9-9419. 5-U-t 10-GAI.LON crocks, $4; 8-gallon crocks $3.75; 6-gallon crocks, $3.50; 6-gallon crocks, $4; 4-gallon crocks. $2.76; 3-gal Ion crocks, $1.25: 2-gaIlon crocks. 75c 1-gallon crocks. 35c; Mi-gallon crocks 30c; ^-callon crocks. 20c; fruit jar* 75c per dozen; laundry trays, coole pads, all sizes; car coolers, dishes glasses, silverware, roast pans, steam tables, restaurant sinks, show cases scales, hundreds of other items. Oswald's Restaurant Supply. 716 Nineteenth street. Phone 2-9317. 30 DAIRY FERTILIZER for sale. Thomp son Dairy. Poton.ac Drive, between Quantico and Oswald. Hammer mill an Hercules 4-cyllnder gas engine. 3 "Invasion of Europe" and "Rome Cap tured by Allies" anu other newsreels 8-mm and IGmm. scenic adventures am sports pictures. New cartoons. Little King, Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc Edward's Camera Ex?hange. 1609 Nine teenth. 9-19-tl Flying and halsa model plane kits jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships, fittings, balsa wood carvinr. knives, dope and cement. Come In and look around. Edward's Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth slreet. 8-22-tf FARMERS ATTENTION Just received carload of wire as follows: Poultry netting, 1 anc 2-inch mesh, 1, 4, 5 and 6-ft. high 20-inch hog fencing, heavy barbed wire, 80-rod rolls. Place your orders now. Cousins Tractor Co., 424 Twenty-fourth street. 25 CHISCO or Snowdrift, 3 Ibs. 69c. Kerr Ranch Market. 1331 Flower street. REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nlne- teenth slreet. 8-23-tf FOR SALE—Baby buggy, very good condition, $30 cash. 605 East Eighteenth, FARMERS—Buy your cotton sacks early. 9.46-oz. duck. 12-foot, $2.39: 10«,-foo'l. $2.15; 9-foot. $1.85. .7, C. Penney Company, 2018 Chester avenue. ATTENTION FARMERS—We now have a supply of bleached 8-oz. 29-Inch canvas. 29c yd. J. C. P.nncy Company, 2018 Chester avenue. 22 McCormluk-Ueerlng ensilage harvester. largo Papec hay chopper. New Idea hay loader jnlversal milking: machine, complele with 4 pulsatois. 5 aluminum polls, 2 vacuum pumps with 110 and 440-volt molors. Ammonia ,ce machine, complete with coils and cooling: tower, sterilizer complele. "'ourlng lank and cooler. Team good work horses with harness. Cull C. I'" 1 . Moore 1515 Eighteenth street, or phone 2-12S8. 2jj ONE 5-lb. siKht feed victory gnu generator. Paquin & Bryan, 99 Highway and Pierce Road. FOR SALE—One 16-foot plywood boat and trailer, good condition. Phone 5-5683. 621 Jeffry street. 23 CANNING Jars, pints 62c, quarts 72c. Kern Ranch Market. 1331 Flower street. ONE PAIR lady's shoes, size 7-A, $4; one pah- lady's naturalizc.rs, 6U-B, $3; one size 14 princess style black gabardine coat, $10. ono pair coil bed springs, $S; one inMtrcBB. $5. Phone 2-8829. 22 FOR SALE—Washing machine: clean 1937 Lincoln Zephyr coupe (9W18331, good tires, wood condition; man's new English riding boots, siy.e 7. 1003 Owens. 22 BASSINETTE, complotj with stand, rnnt- tress :ind lining. Phone 2-276G. 22011 Berkeley. 2:1 FIRESTONE car cooler. $5. Vernon. Phone 3-0268. Mount 2.1 1-INCH centrifugal pump with gas engine. As_js._ $4_5. ''hojlc__2-_5_280._ 2:1 DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize in mirrors and mantels, wells and doors. Bakersfleld Glass Company. 1710 Nineteenth street. 1-10-tf RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 913 Baker. I'hone 2-9278. *-^' 1 ' l( 'L'RB cane sugar, 10 Ibs. 69c. Kern Ranch Market. Tint Flower street. KECAPP1NG 3rlng your old tires to us for recapping. Wo use Grade A rubber: 24-hour service. BENZINOH SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets 8-fi-tt RADIOS, Ktoves, furniture. 8x10 and 16x16 tents, and all kinds of secondhand goods. J^umjijiiji_ Center Second Hand Store. 27 •"OR SALE—Door. 5-punel, 2x6.8: screen door; 3-hurner gas plute; Ironing board; boat pump; car ice box: golf .clubs; boxing gloves: handlebars other items. 30:ui JSn_u_Etn_ldJq. _ L'.'l QUILT TOPS—t have made u number of new full size patchwork quilt tops of intrlcatu designs, lovely for colonial bed quilts. Will sell i-oasonahle. Inquire Griuidma__I)yo'r.r' 429',i NUes. 2.'t 'OR SALE—K flat plto saxophone, in good condition, $45: new part-wool black l>ln Nirinn suit, size 18-20. $12: all-metal clean Go-pound Ice box In best of condition. $20. E. Seeley. Box 962, Weldon. Phone Kernville <i2ii2. 24 V PAIR of platinum (ox furs, nearly new. Will sell as pair or separately. $175 pair. Write Box D-158. Thn Callfornian. iO-AMP. Wilson portable welder, mounted on two-wheel trailer. Phone 2-1735 or 5-5718. ' 23 FOR SALE—Wood heater. Lane. Phone 2-1735 or 5- 730 i718. Roberts 53 JOAT—20-foot cabin runabout. 1942 model, perfect condition, $750. 730 Jtobm ts Lane. 'Phone 2-17.1S or 5-5718. 23 -HORSEPOWER Wisconsin single cylinder Hir-cooicd engine, practically new. I'hone g-m5 or n-r.718. 213 North Chester. 2.'l UGH efficiency tuneup equipment, cabinet type, latest model, new. Will sell at u discount. Phone 2-1736 or 6-5718. 21.'I North Chester. 23 [OYS' size 8 icray wocl suit. $5; Hoover attachments, $10; electric mixer; '^-gallon cream freezer: extension library table. $15; ironing board. $1.50. Phone 2-0«88. 23 'ABLE model radio anil high (hklr. both Injgood condition. 2407 "Eye" street. P$ne &-527F " 23' WE HAVE THE fleet knive.i Hamhrio rakr-s. made ill Mext.i i/urtatn stietch'-!« T\Bg beaters Heavy 1.01 (I Vise* Crescent wrenches Diagonal plicis Hi-speed drills 1'srd lawn mowers Clothesline (reels) Tools. KIIB. mint box Blow loich Hot Snot batteries Flashlieht butteries Rubber lieltnig am! lnc;ns Yankee screw drivers Axes Snap clothespins iH'frosliMK trnv* 5la i dw.-ire ( loth I'hi'krn wiro Harlicd wne F.l-ctnc wire. 12. M, 10-gaugc Oilcloth Crape Univcs •Wood blocks Hot water heaters Klectric pupplirs Nails, paint, saws •\Vi-l,:.rs mitts Stack pots ll'^talirant dislirs Fountain glasses "Whisky poui^is cloavcMv, knives BX-cable lliushes. nil k mis Confiolcuni rues Vnpainted chests Juvenile rockers and chairs .Juvenile table and chair ett& Play pens, baby beds Maple bedroom suite Maltrepfres Marble-lop kitchen tables Clothes hampers Moat saws, m-'at blocks Bathroom scales Mirrors IJpsert brigs "Wire buffing wheels Pyres ware Dinner sets Files Copper liihins, U and *i-lnch Coil oil lanterns Levels Razors Klectric drills Jacobs Clunk If you can't find it anywhere else LOOK FOR IT AT Hard ware and Restaurant Supply 1322 Twentieth Phone 3-05S1 FOR SALE—Used 250 to 300 Intermittent G. E. stationary welding machine. C. L. Stancliff. phone fi-ii8.'17. 8-22-tf FOR SALE—New Adrian baled hav loader: also one new Case 65-h. p. pumping engine. C L. Stancliff. Twenty-fourth and N streets. Phone B-5837. 8-22-tf FOR SALE—Olse tractor, some tools. Also 160 acres of Inml for lease. H. Rogers, Burbank avenue. Shafter. 22 ONE T. D.-35 TRACTOR; ONE F-12 ONE No. 13 HARVESTER; ONE HAY BALER. ALSO SMALL TOOLS. PHONE 4-4SOO. 23 WATERMELONS—Ice Kern H.-inch Market. cold, 2U-C pound. I :t;',I Flower MI reet. FOR SALE—Army officer's overcoat, size 40. In excellent condition. Hassln- elto and pad. like new. Call 2-SS54. 22 Console Electric Machines We Do Hemstitching Expert Repairing on Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners We Buy. Sell and Trade Killebrew's Hemstitching and Repair Shop 1509 West Eighth, off corner Chester Phone 9-9487 23 ONE largo grapejulce press and grinder. E. 7j, Hughes, phone 2-2460. 22 Spreading any time, any Phone 3-175!) or 3-154(1. amount. 40 MY ULCERS are cured. No use fur 2 bred milk goats, $12.50 and $15. Martha llos". 25:11) ICdison Highway. i':> Have 30 thousand new 10-ounee 22-37 b'i lay na s. \\':ll eel! a: cost. Oren Hnrt- I man Co^phone 2-SC71. Ha kersfield I !> : LIMITED r-timber of new and factorv re- I h'lilr Hoover s\\roper.H ;i\-itila hie only Ml poisons hivmk old Hoovvis to trade in. l.iln-i 1 n l!uu anco. < ;>iai a titeod fa.torv pails a n I service. Call Weill'fl serviro VACITM CLEANERS. Irons. toasters. heating ninls. moiois, everythlntf elec- trlral repaired Mone v-t nek guarantee Huntley \nplianoe Seiviee ami Repairs. __P17 \\ ater _street : Phone 2-tf>7rt. 2S M'fiiA —1 Hi. ;;,e. Kern Ranch Matkr-t l:::;l Mower slre.-t. GKT YOUR ruhlier slampa from Hakrrs- fipld's only riihher 'amp company. Vnn w<ll be satisfied \v,?h Its prompt service. VAT.LEVS F1XEI! F Twontii'th and UIU Sr-KCIALS FMI; Tl I !'l;S 1 > I'A V, SATUKPA V. >A V. FRI- A n A i x STONE PRICES. niVI-: vor- FI:I-:I-:- PEAt.'HES AT U)\V AVE TIA\'E ORANGE CLIXCIri. FREESTONE SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. MIX) CHESTER AVENUE 23 TIRE RKCAPPINO ONK-DAT SERVICE CI.EP.OII TIRE COMPANY 17]- K STREET PHONE 6-COOD (Hunt A I.UB" 6-(ont H;I dm,i- ami two wind Market, 1-117 Hake Sl.'ili; _ LADIES 1 Sl'ITS. <-onta. ilres.ws dwp:iti-rs forniiils. Size 12 to H. Ladles 1 shin's HI/.C I '.I In r,. Men's suits. ^S to 4fl nml -HI In 42. lialhiiiPtti', larKH icej ponh shin] _ i uiMjiins.^ I'hiino ^-t;u,i. i FOR SAI.V: — One-st mixer \\ith elocdii einc. Write P. O. CF.KTII H'ATE OF DOING ! CMtKK FK.TITIOl 3 NAME Wf.. THE CNDERSIONED. do hereby ^erti.v tbnt w<? are pafrners transacting: I b-,jyine<js in the State of California. County nr Kern, under the :-rm namfl and etyld ' '•'. A'.'TIMS DF.O.RATING COMPANY: that tliq names .n r :'l of all members of the partnership in,I the places of residence Olcnn Loman, Route 5, Boj 2"S. Bakera- fi»l.!. Calif j Horace D-nrison. 310 "H" Street. Bak- ersfir!-!. rnhr. IN WITNESS WHF.REOF •»•« have h«re- 1 'i r ';o set our hard« ;his ilst day of June. i l-'U. IILKNN LO.VIAN Hi.'HA/IE DKNMISON i Sr:if«* of '"a' fn;n-,a. County of Kern. ss. i ( " l ti t':-H 21st day of June. :n the year l "•] l. 1,'forp me. P, .1. VEON, CouoAy ' i'rk .T-'] iv-t ^ficM-* Clerk of the Superior O.'irt -n and for the County and Stale a for es.:ii.l. personally appeared Glenn I.oman and Horace D?nni*on. known t*> me to he the persons whose namea s.r* suh'srnhed tn »he within Instrument and acknowledged that they executed the same. Witness my hand and official s*al. . (.Seal) R. J. VEON. County Clerk and el-Oi7iclo Cleric of Superior Court. July 2S: August 4, 11. 18. 25 ATASCADERO a nncrete k p ii- niolnr (UK! w;ts r>n- Dox IMC. HilkerMfield. FISH WOUMS—Telephom; 3-2181) or call 1111 Flower sln-ct before 11 a. m. a nil after 8 p. in. All day Saturday and ,siinrh|;,. ^^^^ ^;{ CAitn ht-ht TAnt.E. electric wall and i-i>llitiK fixtures, fruit Jaia nnd kitchen things. Phone 2-l'.t13. FOR SALIC—Extra Rood saddle and bridle, also lady's diamond rins. -ill) 1'acifn-. ; :i MAC.IC CHEF stove with ?-p!i<ce mohair (,'iicslerfi"ld set. Rluo broailloont I-UKH. 1,'ixir., tlxlO; metal baby bcil with BIU-UIKS nnd matti-esa, high chair, play _IICM. extension frate, T'hone 7-7-11".. O.N'K HUAND NEW press-on timing RPII r for STi 1'oril or Mercury. IH^S to 1U41. Phono ?-;i;t:tL'. L';i Utmn !)x!3 nil-wool Bi'lKlnn ruir nnd p.-id ; Itoyal vacuum clenncr; Kvorhnt elei-tru' ciiokcr; ljal>y car bed; man's Uobloe lilai-k oxfords. si>:p 10'j, iiractirallv new; seven While Lctboiu hens iind fireplace wood. 1'hono S-SlllD. ":i WILL TRADE for console radio. Underwood No. 3, IS-inch carriaeo typewriter or lli'ininijtnn iiortabln, with case, liko new, nlso have a -1-foot G. 10. rcfrlKPrntor, ni-cils 1-epnlr. 1121 Nortli Mount Vernon. I'lionn -1-4427. JUST received, larpe stock of wunhinc mn- chine drains. J1.50. Pioneer Mercantllo Company, Bakersfield nnd Kast Uakcrs- fiel.l. 27 Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mountinpr and dismounting' auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. BOSTON RADIO Corner K Street and U9 Highway 3-27-tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radion. Poston Hudlo Service, corner of K nnd 99 lllehway. Phone 2-0198. 2-1-tf We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio o Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial L'-(M!)S IL'-L'-tf WILL PAY piano, ''al hlKhest caah price for your 1-26-if DIAL T15LEPHONKS WAU GAWI3S— WAR TOYS LAKaH LINE OF ALL TOYS BAKERSFIKLD HARDWARE CO. 2015 CHESTER AVENTE BABOSA OX ION SEED LOCK 1-1 ART SEED COMPANY 613 East Eighteenth Phone 3-07!.'fl 'Jfi FLOWERS AND PLANTS Beautiful fresh flowers for all oc- c.'iKion.s, funeral iK'KigiiR reasonably priced. Corsages, potted over- Ki'een house plant?. Xinnia plant?, 2 dozen, -."if. Fil'ty thousand Utah celery, special price per thousand, or 3 dozen, uUc. Open Sundays. 715 I, street.. ^:) ALL BRANDS eoffe Kern Ranch jtlnrkt 1 Ib. 3»f. 2 Mm. Me. Flower street. WE SELL nil available musical Instruments, supplies and sheet music. We buy used musical Instruments regardless of condition. We repair all strlnaed Instruments and repair bows. Kern Mupic .Shop. 906 Baker flrect. 29 PIANO WANTED—Hitthest cash price paid for new r,ml used pianos. Phone 8-S981. : yH? CAR AERIALS for any make of car. $4.95 and up. Po.ston Radio, corner of K street and 9JJ HlBliwas^ ! '-'li? GUARANTEED used piano bargains. Choice stoc-k of carefully selected, fully guaranteed used pianos of leading makes. Every piano completely rebuilt and guaranteed exactly like new. Low prices anil easy terms. Phillips Music Company, 1G10 Ninctecnth_street._j;3 HIGHEST PRICES pn iu for used radios. Hakersfleld Radio Supply, 2SU8 Chester avenue_ Phono 2-5150 1 __ _8-Jl-tf UADIOP -Sold, trade*: or repaired. We Kivo expert service at- re.'isnua hie prlccw Pumpkin Center Secondbanft_ Store. 3 1 PIANO lor sale. Small size Kimbnll. Walnut case thoroughly tecondltinned. fully guaranteed. Full mice $125. terniH Jfi.84 a month; free delivery. Baldwin Piano DiHirlbutor._ 161 J_Seven_li?erith street. 22 CASH for. your old radio regardless oC ape, make or condition. We pick them up nt your home. Phone 1 OR HA Mi—No 1 iran^n elms canning peaches. larce field .ufs. also Paso Hublca peats, tl per hit. Hiin;; conlain- _ era. 107_Kast Seventh. 23 TRl'JAT yourself tn a Em.il .M:into.-a-grnwn watei-melon. very sweet, also ha\e peaches and pearM for canninK. Fiiday, Saturday. Sunihiy. Itr.iiK containers. W.\'|-|-:UMI-:[.O.VM wholesale or rTTail price. 1 '-..,- i.nund. H.'l Terrar W. \V. Unwell LAST PICKINti of lemon clmus. UririB containers. We close at 5. Krnuter's __Nur'<i^y,_5_in_F,i(,-mepnth street. S-:4.tf BLACK and white lies. Bring containers. 525 Oak stiec-t. Phone .Vl!).',fi. 22 N'o. 1 Klherta nlnir. Also 9 p. ni. Pl North Chester peaches for table or cnn- lai«i> CliiiK*. Open until hrlne containers. 12fi avenue, ,1ust north of the In ulKe_on_ea.st siili> of st FOR SALE—1'ilaek fics. 1 do pound. __l1ak street^ Phone 2-"22S. FOU RAI.l-:— tiartlett pears. Sp7iTaT vutprmi'lens, 2c pound. Extra !.-..„, riintnlonpcH. I0i- each. Ell Fruit Stand. Fmitvalo. Ro.scdlilR IliBhway. 24 on CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS - M«;TITIOl'H FIRM NAME The underdsned do hereby certify that they are conducting a garage business at IBtifl L'lRt Mreet. Bakerafleld. California. under the fictitious firr- name of United Auto Service and that said firm !• composed of the following- persona, whopa names and addresses aro as follows, towit: V. D. PigR. Rt. 4. Box 337. Bakersfield. Calif.: r. A. Bennett. 812 WaiJ)- iiiBton St.. Oildnle. Calif. \N'itnes3 our hands th.s 22 day of July* 1914. V. D. PICIO. C A. BENNETT. state of C.illforni.i. County of Kern, SB. On thi., 22nd ,lay of July. A- D. 19'44. before mo. Harbara K. Shields, a Notary Public, in ami for said County and State, personally appeared V. D. PIKE and C. A. Rennett, known to me (or proved to me on the oatl- of „ ). to b« We persons whose names are subscribed to the within Instrument, and acknowledged to mo that they executed the same. In Witness WhereoF, I have hereunto set my ban: and affixed my official seal th« day nml year in this certificate first above written. (SKA I.) RARBAriA K. SHIELDS. Notary Public In and for said County and : State. July 28: Aug. t. 11, IP. 25. From Atnscndera. No worms or hard corps. Not many pears this year. Get yinirs now. 600 Willow Drive, in Rlvcr- vicw. Phnne 6-CI574 "•] Poultry and Livestock ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. Wo buy your eggs Chicks $15 hundred. 2219 Union, or 814 El K hill. Phone 7-7023 or 2-9489. 2-1-U BA11Y CHICKS. $15 per hundred; New Hampshire Reds, Rhode Island Red? Plymouth Rocks, Rock anil Red Cross: now shipment every Monday, order early. Also plenty of ni»tnl feeders, fountains nnd poultry medicines. Ward's Farm Store. 252; (Chester. 4-17-tf Foil SALE—Twc span cf good work mares, one brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat !'hnne_j^7£fi(;. 7-19-tf OFFERIN'U n number ol outstanding yearling and 2-yenr-oM registered Hereford bull:- A. U. Karpe. Phono 9-l)ti7I 7-19-tf ATTENTION. POTJLTRYMEN ! Our Market Is Open We Pay Tops for Fryers and Roasters Ono Blozk West of East Linkers!', old I'ost. Office 11 Ofi Kern Street. Dial 2-"45S BRAU1 OHD POULTRY MARKET _____ 2 3 BABY CHICKS started on order Wo have colored broilers, rousting hens. Riverview Hatchery, 215 Roberts Lane. Phone -» BUY. sell or trade all kinds ot livestock Phone 2-3022. Hoy Johnson, 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east on Hos- _kjns _Ri.nd^_ 42 BUY. SELL or trnile all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hos- kliis_Hoji(I J ___ _ __ 42 FOR SALE — Horses, lady's horses kid's ponies, parade horses. Rar-O Stables. mile east ol China grade on County Park NOTICE OF IIKARINO W7IEREAS. In conformity with Section* 2891 and 2S93 of the Education Cod*, a. petition has been tiled with the Board of. Supervisors of the County of Kern. praying for an order to be made admitting nnd annexing the Sttne Elementary School District to the Greenfield Union Elementary School District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fha said Bcjard o( Supervisors has set said petition for hearing at the hour of 1.1 A. M.. on Tuesday, the 5th day of September, 1944. at the time and place of a regular meeting of said Board at tha Courthouse. Bakersfleld, for the purpose of hearing all persons interested concerning said petition and to make Its appropriate order granting or denying: th» same. By order of the Board of Supervisor*. this 14th day of August. 1944. R. J. VEON. County Clerk. Aug. 17; Sept. 1. Incl. OBITUARIES RF.A. ANTOMA—Graveside services for Antonia Ren. infant daughter of Mr. and Jlrs. Tony Rea. 605 Inyo street. Bakersfield, who died Auctist 22 at a local hospital, will he held August 20 at 3 p. m. at Union Cemetery by the Hopson Mortuary, the Reverend Joseph Lasado officiating. SMITH, MRS. ANGKLIA V.—The body of Mrs. Angelia V. Smith of Delano baa been sent to Loa Angeles for funeral services and interment. The Delano mortuary of Walter Foor wan in charge of arrangements, Mrs. Smith, the wife of Eugene Smith of Delano, was a native of r.-ilifoniNi an-l ;!"> yearn old. She'died August U In a Bakorstield hospital. \VII.I..IK I.EK—Funeral services for Willie Lee, 57. who ilio'd August 21 at a. Camnrillo hospital, will ho held August 1'li at 2 p. in., nt Payne & Son Chapel. Interment will be in Union Cemetery. Hattie Lie. Arvin: FOUS. Farles Lee and Haltie I.ec. Ai-ivn; inns. Farlea Lee and (;us Lee. Arvin: daughter, Mrs. Edith Cccr, Arvin: Mrs. Leora Ford, Arvin. IN APPRECIATION We wish to express our appreciation for tho kindness ami sympathy of our friends anil for the beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement (Signed): Mrs. Nora Crume and Jir. and Mrs. Charles A. Leaverton. We wish to express our appreciation for the kindness and sympathy of our friends and for their beautiful floral offerings ilurine our recent bereavement. (Signed'- Or. Paul D. Frj.ld and family and Mrs. P, J, H.vlnnd und family. Wo wish to express our appreciation for the kindntwx and sympathy of our friends and for their beautiful lloral offerings during our recent bereavement. (Signed): Mrs. Esta Hello Austin and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Austin, 13 DOES. :l bucks. 11 lunches, walerprs and feedeis. nil for $75. Cull after 4 III! PholU! 2-:l'.l56. 1-3 l''Olt SALE— Family cow. Half-mile east uf Win-Men's Market, at Weed Patch I'huin' 1MIOS5. 23 K.XTliA FINK ti-am o well broke young horses. line mila south and one-half west cf Weed Patch etuic. Wildinan's ___ ______ . ___ 2:l 1'EICIN ducks, full gruwn and almost frying size, for sale cheap. Also junior KI/.I- bahy crih, $5. Phono 3-lGtj at :I019 Jcwetl Lane. :j FDR MALK—Saddle hjrse, weight 1000: well guilnd. li years old. I'hone 2-:iO'.IK. FOU SALK—Kuhliits. Ono btirk, nnu | breil clop nml tlircu Kuotl liutchp.s ' _10JS_L_strcol. '22 \ lock of mat'-.! Inrilw ami to party takinc nil. I'hone : 'OH SALE or tritdo, butani; tank and regulator and slovo for trailer house or \\ill GXehaliKi* for Kasoline ratipe with oven. | to tit truller liouse.; iilso bird ca^e with i Htarnl. Call nt SOU Dci-atur after 4 p. in ! or_phone 2-rj.lKI. L';; i :tecoiKlltloned alarm cloek. brinp old clock for t-xrhange. 1-30 cooler water pump. ; wilt trade. Hnur, before .Sunday muni. 222.'] H street. FOR. HALE—Zephyr cooler, like new. 8nil I'll Tejon .street. Pho.ui 2-iilll. 2:1 FOR SALE— ChicUer na Colina. : U. S. S. bolt tops, R itSHorted falipcru ono 4l-j-incb bench Cheater Lane. '/i-ini-b to '.'i- anil dividers, vice, 42n. All Cnbi railiu I VACUUM i le.-i.ncr, jnat nverliiiuled, $25: | Seth TbonuiH mantle ihlmc 8-day eln, k; men's bhiLk 100'tf caniel',: hair Uil.n-nat. excellenl conilition, wixu .IS. i'lione 4-!i:i(i. :::i DltOW.N' muhnlr overstuffed com h. S2D: some good books, 2r,i: and 5fle: 24 AND SOLD net Hlodels J2'.l 5u t'p H offered for salo have been eronilittoncd. and are k'na ra nte>-'l. SKItVIl'l-: ON ANY MAKE H\DIU JIAKER.SFIEI.D IIADIO SI'I'I'LV 'It I' CHICS't'IOR AVENl'IS _ __ ni.M. 2 -r.i;.ti _ si i-tf FOIt SALE -MOTOROLA PAR HAIMO SIO TALI.I-; MOI)l-:i, RADIO 117.Mi. l-l'i CENTER STREET. TAFT. CALIF. '-'J FUR SALE —Slvlish K ait.'d h.iv B.iddlo horse. t:'MK| mountain horse, i:.-nlU.. but plent-.- _o!" i--i>irit I'lujne :t:4-.l. Tal't. 2:1 MY I'lCKI'.S are , itn-d No uso for 2 hred ii i i Mi Boats. S12T.I) itn.l $1J. .Martha lto.-e KlHt SALE—-Five fe.-d.-r p't-u. til'ee~sT\vs. \\-itb lill.-r.w; t-.\ n lat .^o\\.-j. 'one li,rii-. l-'iank AlV"s. liutti FREI-: to i.iblnt raise yi,-ir free MiiliMcrlpti t i a : i-*l m;max (tie " cl:.-<|)enniili:e tn Hi,, i ,-i I'"H|- Indllst l-ii-s l>et-l ti'-r Hlvd.. Moiitehi-l! Scud t n luinds 'nil SAI.I-; -I'hl.-ke colored ll.-ns. On It.'acl on I,city -I i OK SALE or tniilc lied hut 2,-nllc. I'tlone 4--lt;').! ail for . illn,- : Prol its " In - ralM-r. Rcliahl.. 22 2JOI) Wh't- . i i r . uil-ib't r I'M-is West Of l',er.-e .' I SA 1.10 - One noilliiw iivcn OHM <11llllI>Ct Hilda le I, '•k. -\e •tree! FOU SALK —- Hulton trumpet. $-10. mystery stories, lt)e cheap; KhavlnB mirror fruit lain with lids. 3."> Jelly KlasseH, all for : iron Ki-lildlc, HI: misr inrludln^ Blasn tilates. drewHes and blouses. Hi/$1; fievertil children's rive to C, GOc to 11 ; two nali-H 2 ni Jl.r.ll; :i diiKi-n <lo/en -. 2 do/rn ">'-; la i i:e round llaneous dishes, at S> : several Id to IS. 5.V to loatH, si^es 4 Iress sandals. W ANTE 1.1— A Kt \-'.\ MSI IN i onsole r ,-r,us. _2 sler Lane land Whites _ f,2li ( I''OIt SAhK —Cooil li-f.scy cow, i;i\ • liiK jili'iity m' milk. Inquire at KclliuvM icp housp. "" FOIt SALE -Six White Jersey C.i.inf l-'OR SALE—One small re'-nrd pla> r er anil f and muster, al-m a tVniiile Cn, one All line radio, table model. Thorn- Spaniel doc. 1 ye;i r old. Call i-'Jf. 2-S.',Vl -ll'l IhuKins fiOe oath. Evervlhini.' in cond Call Saturday or Sunday. 2-(i720. 2M:> IviMitucl^v street 3ISHES. BlasHWHrc, tiotH nnd pans, ilin- Inff ftible. chairs, rtifc. 1 . other household furniture for Fale. ''all at KiOK Iteale avenue between 1 and fi Saturday only. Typewriters, Office Supplies for sa avenue 'OR SALF — Smal J.'12.r,0. In«li0re4 compressor Baker nlreet. unit. :LF,CTRIC honr»ite». tr,.nr, : ironing hoards, !18c. Limited one to a customer. Klmmy'H Furniture, 1111 Nineteenth street. ' 'J4 '"REI2 ,. FRER FRIL.K SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Tout-self BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 9B Miles Soulh of Town 34 ewlng Machine Exchange. 1218 Baker, has electric and eland machines; repairing 23 UN DI-; It WOOD typewriter condition 1 •'! t Hot)kitiM view. I !a knrsl ield. F1VK FOOT Koldcn oak ro H\\ !\ el i hair. t\vo ofl ii T.I27 Seventeenth str-et. WILL PAY CASH for lypewi iUrs. uddlliu ina<'hine;*, checkwriterH and cash rewls- leiH Lyni:h Typewriter (Company, llif)!) ''hester HVemie. 6-_'!l-tf i SALK—Win e till Robe ("ARDKN 1 Ml'l.i;. or ilnve. A 1st :I-'.M.,I;. W ANTI-ID— Heivl, ra!)'. no ctosses e. . hii.Jr. n tank. I'l FOR CONVENIENCE THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN agents listed below will receive classified advertising and sub- serlptions at the regular rates. ARVIN Kay Kiumlen. Arvin Plmrmacr BI;TTONWILLOW K. V. I.umiiman, Currier DELANO I nileil < icur store nr K. K. Hippy, Delano Currier (iRAPEVINE Spears Scrvicn Slatinn KERNVILLE DISTRICT ArdiH M. \\'ulk«r FELLOWS tVaKEuner'.i Mews Dealer LEBEC J.ehec Cuff^i' Shop LOST HILLS J. L. stoU Mure IMARHOI'A C.iitB <'it.v 1'liarinncy Mi-FA RLAND Frank Carter Mi'KITTRICK-BELRIDGE Karl llillar.v Servli-- !<tatliin OILDALE Oilihtlp I'liiirinucy SIIAFTEK Shafter Drue Company TAFT .Mitfiposa Nc\\* and ("ii;ar Co. TEIIACHAri ViUith.in i Drug Store Tl'PMAN Klk IlillN Mercanlilc fn. It. V. f.annlinitM. Carrier WASCO Striiijcluun llruc Store Classified Columns Close 10 A. M, The raliliirni.io will uui he re»tnm- Nlhle tn errori in Cla-sified Ailn-r- ti^illc taki'tl liver tHlciihone unlehH eiirrectiiin is mini iminediiitely after first insertion. Kefiimlii on paid ailicrtlslments rniixt he culled for within :fl riiiVH. Telephone 7-7631 for City Service Fruits and Vegetable* I>ft yoUnxv u tid nr.'iDK" t^\ ins p^a rhrs i for ranninR". Two \\\K», S l.TTi. A v;i il- | (i hie Saturday and FunUuy. AIno No. 1 ! pen is from the coast. No worms nr ! liaid cores. lirinff <jwii conlainera. Opnii j till D p. m. und all diiy Sunday. lfi<><) i T';i fin 73rivo, courier I'ncif 10 near Kern in TABUS GUAPKS and pouclu-H, cents pound. Biinitmi sweet Ions poppers. - pounds, liuc. Open Sunday's. 715 I* street, IMoneer iNur- scry 4 23 UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES OHice Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7881 Chester Avenue it Thirteenth J. Q. Fllcklngir Frank Diclir AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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