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Por»«l«— Improved Property EAST SIDR— By owner. 2-nedronm house unfinished. Furnished. IntMudlng refrigerator and wnshini; machine, or unfurnished. Close in Horace Mann ,1-hxil, 2/4t Center street, 26 TWO-BEDROOM MODERN HOME Five-room stucco houie. only few years old. on lovely lo? iiOxIfiO feel, with lawn, tiers and shrubs. Hardwood floors, dual wall furnace, cooler, tile In hath and kitchen. f^uick noaRession : southwest di-*trir-t. out- Hide city limits. I'rlre SnuOO. substantial down Taylor & Taylor. 1660 Chester avenue, phone 6-eMn. ;j7 FIVB-ROO.M home, excellent condition, on attractive corner lot In East Dnkei afield : price $4700. terms. ALSO Rood 4-room home, Rood locnlltv; J3UOO. Jionn cosh. 1-15 monthly. See Gcorce Taylor or FrnnkJJqy . _1 9 1_5_ I street. _ 2 H INDUSTRIAL SITES 207-foot fronlnse. 1.12 feet deep. On Chester avenue, with service station and equipment Highway 99 — .lunk yard. lOOx.luO. Loin of equipment. Priced to sell. Brundnpe Lane — :!0 acrea very fine land. Oood for subdivision nr industrial site. South — Two B-acre tractri that would make beautiful home sites. Olon Hryan. 1671 Chester avenue. _ 20 COMFORTABLE fi-rnom house, on corner lot. Ouincy street, near Kern General Hospital. MiMth lawn and shade: price $4200. Phone 7-7974. Harry Hake. 1.1S1 Twen- tielh street. _____ 2 Ii Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WE BU7 ALL. MAKES OF CARS SELL ELSE 1 BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9745 7-11-tf PASO ROBLES beach lots. Cayucos. while they last. 1160 each. »25 down. $10 month. Post Office Box 481. Studio City. Calif. _____ J6 LOT 110x1 '.'.I <ui Weal Relic. See owner from 6 to 8 p m. at :i."i31 Chester avenue. Phrne 2-68f>:i. 27 Before selling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-C-tf For .Sale—Miscellaneous For Sale—Improved Farms ^t Ono of tlin host ranches in KPITI county. 57f»0 acres with about 500 ! aci-ps excellent grain land. Situ- ! a tod in beautiful valley about 50 ' miles from Rukerslield. Good ranch house, barns, corrals and about 22 miles fence. Can handle about 400 head. Year round craz- inpr and plenty of water for slock. All machinery and etiuipmeiit fjoes with ranch. This ranch Is selling at prewar price and on very reasonable terms. If you are interested in buying- a cattle ranch, come in and let us tell you more about it. RICHARDSON' & SIDDAi.I. 205 Hopkins HiiiidliiK I'Hone 7-7031 Evenings fhone «-ti:!OS or 3-0-122 26 WILL PAT THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN :i MINUTES. S-ll-tf For Sale—Automobiles 19nr, PONTIAC IKan. 30fi7U'i. excellent condition. KOCH] lires; reasonably priced. Oils' Service otulion, across from (irey- hound depot. vr ( 19.17 CHEVROLET 2-donr or trade for i-heapor ca 352.1 .M street (Kan. sedan for sale Cn n be M'en 4D1S6I. Phone 1!UI FOlin V« trui k for sale or trade. Will lake Ili;i7 or 111 .'IS car in Irailn. i HEIinsoi _Call al 1U24 Bernard slreel. 2S 19SII CHEVROLET -'door sedan 18H733.11. Oilmore Serv-i'-e. 201) Hidden Slate. h«- fore 7 p. m. 2fi FOH SALK—Boy's medium bicycle. Phone WILL SELL enuily in 11141 Bllcik sedan- Kile, lo private parly. Radio, healer and'three tiiade 1 lire. 1 -. MI1.S7 Nev. I .11 :t Oixon avenue. 27 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 ot good vegetable or potato land. Subject to 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. Phon e_9-9671 7-29-tt 26 ACRES. GAR'DEN SOIL Close to city, suitable for future subdivision. Price S.17S acre, easy terms. DEAN R HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 2-0275 I 193.1 Master rubber; In Chevrolet ludor sedan. Kood A-l condition. Phone :i-25fil. 42 ACRES of fine land cm Oak street, S',4 miles south of KrundaKe. fenced and leveled. Lois of ditch waler and ready to he painted. A -cod spot to increase jour hay or cotton acreage. $10.760. on terms; leps than one-third down. Minerals excluded until balance paid. Freal W. Harvey. 2(i:i Brower buildine. _ T'honr- :!-42(l£._evi.>niiiB!'_lMl_43 / ::") TKN ACRES. 4 miles from clock lower. Excellent soil. house, barn. chicken equipment, fruit trees, unusually fine well nnd electric pump. Immediate possession. For otlick **ale. J9000. one_third_cash. ^'Jiunc^ 2-.13!i2_. JG 50 ACRES—Ahoi t 1C acres in new alfalfa. Patch of corn, family orchard, jtrapes. larBe barn and corrals, feed house, shop building, chicken houses and pens, one span mules, implements and just a comfortable old country house. Ideal for dairy, atock raising or turkey*). El- •woorl'F, 1!I23 "Eye." 19:lli CHEVROLET •(-door sedan (9V3»6r.). 2:|40_AJlur_ai<_Dnve._ 21! 19.'IS FOIID truck ICQ129CI. 2-axle .semi. L'li feel long. Will Hell 01 trade for i-ar. Oood tires, new reconditioned motor. iwo-spced rear end. See it at 2004 South (Cheater. ::tt 1!):!9 PLYMOl'TH pickup (KE74S5). in trood condition Will trade for late model car. Call eveninK after 3:30 at 1 l^CfKu'tM HI reel. O'klale. ^^_ 27 1942 CHEVROLET truck (PC111). 208- inch wheolbase. 16-foot flat rack, ii-loot solid side*. Will lake ca;- or pickup as trade-In. Can be seen at 1'JOfi Niles street. 27 19:11 MODEL A Ford ged.in. Oood paint, newly overhauled, gotid rubber. $20u HAV:-. THE inp Hiilibcr b chicken wii Hinder twine StockB a n 1 dies Hatches handles < 'a fliers ('law halehpti Diagonal plieis Crescen, cllttiny phct-s Needle-nos pliers Nipjiers Hook scrapers Cotton Scales and sacks Ha I broom scales Nails, mitre boxes Hotshot battfiies I'lnnhlliflit butteries "Wire wheel brushes lli-spee.l drills Tommy axes T-iaml'no rakes, made in .MeN,,,i < 'a n openers Snap clothespins ml cloili Steel woo! I'ain! Oa I va ni'/.cd milk inns Electric hand drills Vises ('lot lies Wrinpeis Ha nl wa re clot h ('lothes hampers Hlnw torches .Meat blocks and saws ( 'a r ha I teries Elec;rie \v 1 1 e Drop Cords H-X Cable Tool boxes Shovels Wedges .Master Wi rn. h Orape Knives Defrosting Tla.vs Yankee screw drivers AVood stoves Maple bedroom suMe .liiveiillc Clmirs and flickers .luvenile Table and chair sets AV'ood blocks. Bingle, double, triple Porket kni\'es ( 'lea vers Ka \\-s I.exels f you i.-in'i find n anyivhere els LOOK FOR IT AT Hanl\vare and 1:122 Twentieth Restaurant Supply Phone 3-OiSl For Sale—Miscellaneous For Sale—Miscellaneous A. X.VCH'XC IXC, WARDS SIXTH AXXL'AL DKl'M-LOT OII> SALK; FINEST 1'EXXSYLVAXIA Oil,. f.Ko GALLOX: BEST CALIFOfl- XIA OIL, 4'ir GALLON. IX 55- C'.ALLON DHf.MS, PLUS KEIJ- KHAL TAX. YEAR'S LOM'EST PRICES.*MONTOOMERY WARD AND COM PA XT. TWEXTY- CHESTEft. J7 FOU SALE—Used 250 tn 3no Inlermilleni O. E stationary welding machine C L Stanclifi phone S-5837 R-22-if FOR SALE—New Adrian haled hm also one new Case 55-b, n num Kine c L. Slanrllff. Twenl v-r.,uril N si reels Phone 6-5S3; v. BABOSA ONIO.V PICK!) LOCKHART SEED COMPANY C13 East Eighteenth Phone :: NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE ONE GILBtrCK folding boat. I2, r . : one hiKh- oven Wedpewood Kas rnnce. Eood -condition. $35. 4(!,» East Twenty-first, phone. .. -j.'lhu. 2 1 FOR SALE — Ill-Inch electric fan. The Unrn. ._. st in p '''il'l' ''hone !I-F-1S._ ___ _ __ Sewing Machine Exchange, 1218 Baker. Will repait your machine or will trade __you_a beUer one for yours. 2'.i 1 ENJOY meeting inv t -lends on the street since 1 "a» hear with VACOI.1TE. Clement Hershe> . l^.'!.! Center. Phone _ -;"r.71 __^_ _________ 8-2!>-tf FREE FREE FRC.E SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX CO.MI'ANV Highway 99 3 Miles South of Town _______ ____________ _ ________ 34 TFHE OFFICE OF i RICE AD.MINSTHA- TION has set dotlu rs-:i nd-centfl ceilina prices on used ref ri*jetatorfl. washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters. bed sprint's, cameras mid phntoura phic etiuipment. These mnxmium prices apply to every seller, men t.< an indivi.lusl selling hi« oersonnl household effects For information .oncern.ntf Ihese and all oilier ceilinK jrices. rail the Rakers- inninB FOR SALE -lOOn good all-wool sweaters. 20c each. :I82: Chester nue. used ave- FOR SALE— HIV BOOTH. 1.'. S. HIJBBHR COMPANY. NEW PKKWAn IiriinKtt ADDKK.SS 1<I2.-, MAPL10 AVENUE. 2(i 'Invasion of f-.urope" nnrl "Rome Cnn- luivd by Allies' an, o'her newsreels: 8-mm and ICmin. sienlc adventures and sports pictures. New cartoons Llllle King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc Edward * Camera Ex'hunge 1609 Nine- leenlh FOR .SALE— 10x12 tent. _0ildale. , 115 (hooper si reel. FOR SALE — 9x1. 'i 2-54:19. conRi'oleum rnjz. Phone i a r ; n,1 I- omul nnd I' u Loi 'inio' ; \ - Pnwi 'in,! l.uhl Riid,ai,.l .-.I,-.'I S. Rollini; M:ll Sm-lli-r :inil lief l''oiindri''H T,- 1 . and T«d. . ,, 1 .1 4"' 4 it " 4 7 « r.ti' 211 ; 4 -" III ' I I \ :i I I Nan Nad mi'. N.i i lonn I ,\ l' \ PO ,\eu- Yo \oi 111 A mei Ninth Am. r Northern I'-i Ohio i ill Packard Mot Pa ram.mm Park n.-ili .•i-. \Vnn ' 'ill n.irf I i "in;i tor lll.x.-llll c.ish H-. i in, i". r I'mv. r'a S'lpplv rk t'« 7 « •'• - *4 11 IT Volume Down on N. Y. Stock Market FM)W-.IONES AVERAGES Prolimina'-.v closing Dow-Jone* nvprases: Industrial 147.12, up 0.25: rail 40.72. up n.l.S; utility 25.22, off O.O.T: and «5 storks S.'.fiJ!, up 0.10. I I V I M I.I Phi-ips nudge Pni.i Pillh !"i;.. P..nl, i:.1,1 P.I. if:.' lla ilv\ a v S.P.I Hen let s Tra> s ot Wat l.aund'-y Fruit Jar 75c clo«. Platforni S.-alcs Show C'ases Stools Ii .' Ci na in M;i kci Hi-vera^e Cinder Wooden Howls lliahrs Stork Pols Steam Tables Rror.nis .Mops Coolers Hundreds of oilier Urins Oswald's Itesla iiranl Sur-ply 71 Ii Nineleenlh Slri?el Phone '.'-Hill 7 Flying nnd balsa model plane kits Jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships, fillings hnlsa wood caryirr knives, dope and cement. Come in and look around. Kdward's Camera Exchange, 1fiO!» Nineteenth street 8-22-tf •foot rust 5 -.138 (I. drapes. FOR SALE—Two poll's " aIHO iron rody. Phone BASSINETTE, with Maud, also boltle _ sterilizer complete. Phone__2-l 789. _ FOR SALE—Baby swing, on stand: col- _ lapj?ible bajiy^bugiiy^ Plione 4-4177. 2fi FIFTY-TWO f. S. '<. bolt lapn and rallperw: set of drawing instruments. 2724 Cbcuter Lane. . RENOVATING and Fowler's Nursery. FARMERS ATTENTION ! Just received carload of wire as follows: Poultry netting. 1 and ! 2-ineli mesh. ], 4, 5 and fi-ft. high. ! "iMnch hog fencing, heavy barbed I wire, SO-rod roll?. Place your or- i ders now. Cousins Trnctor Co., 424 : Twenty-fou'.'th stroet. 25 j REPAIR your own shoes. We carry n j good stock of leather ami accessories for ! rapturing Paul Hornnng, 160(i Nine- I teenth street. 8-2:(-tf ', PORTABLE Hercules 4-cylinder gasoline water well engine. Thompson Dairy. Drive between Quantico and i ' nminnnwi- idnteil F.dison '"ontamer Corporation Continental Oil Del ' 'LI n I 'rmlui'tM . i 'HIM isp- Wnahl . I'lst. I'olii — SeaKi-am's DoilKlas Aircraft l>nl'ont De\i'm.nir KaHtnian Kodak Klectrir Auto Litthl l^l.M'tru' Power and LiKht Kl-ic Hailroad (leni-ral Electric li.'ii.'ral Foods i Irn.'i a I Mi.torn I Iitodrich . liood.veiir Tire and Rubtier llreat No'-lhern pfd. (^ ri'.s'bnunil I louston t)il I1 lldsnn Mol oi'S Illinois Central I nspirat ..in ('upper 1 nl pr!: 1 kc I ron 1 nt f run t mnjtl Ha rvesN'r International H.\ilro-l';ier. International Nil kel fan . Internal ion.11 Paper pfd. Inetrnational Tel. and Tel . WiMii ,,i [,, Standard Si.indi.nl i Sl.ind.'ii.l ' Simula id ' SleWIIII-Wl SI Mil.. ,tl We|,|i,. r Si nil.-lia kr • Corn. 'IVv.is i "ornui a t to Tide Winer A sso Tinik.'ii Ii,Mrnn Tmiken Holler B* Ti ansa mrri. a Tui'imellf I elllui I'll! lode Oil .if i'a I I'jK-lflc A A California. Indiana N.nv .l.'rsey -Knv HI' Id" 111' 17 ? i NEW YORK. Aug. 29. (UP)—The i stock market continued on dead center again today and volume declined tn a ."5-month low. The industrial average was un' changed, while a trlf'ing gain in the rail component was offset hy a dip in utilities. That left the general aver- .'ige one-one hundredth. 1 * of a point higher than yesterday's close. \Vhile the leaders were marking time, traders concentrated on a few special issues. A few preferreds encountered thin markets and rose 2 points or more, t'nited Dyewood preferred was active in the group traded , in 10-share lots. It made a new high | at 78, up 7'-3 points. Eastman preferred and Guantanamo Sugar preferred rose 2 points. Certain-Teed preferred spurted nearly 5 points. i'ertain-Teed common took leadership in volume from Zonite Prod- i nets, which ran second. 11 •' Hi' 11 ' is- 1 r>n. rni, I'liil run rim I'llil I'liil I'llll Wai War \\-i-n WoHl millionse I While .Motor Woolwonli YoiitiKsi own Sh 1.1 r,i afi Corpoiiit i I.-is Imii Slates RilM SI a lei Ih Hr.is Pi. i rninn 7 -•I n Steel M '. -.<"• s'i leura pli an.l pi and Tube.. landscaping service. Phone 3-0888. 211 Radios, Musical Instruments LIMITED fiumber of new and faetory rebuilt Hoover »\veepern avullabl* only to persona having old Hoovers to trade In. Liber 1 allowance. i:\iarflnteed factory parts and service. Call Welll'a gervlre department. 6-681)1. 7-6-tf VACUUM CLEANERS, irons, toasters, heating pads mntots, everything electrlca: repaired Money-tack guarantee, Huntley Appliance Setvlce and Repairs. 917 Water street. Phone 2-4670. 28 FOR SALE—19.1V Willys sedan. Oood condition. Cheap. (03YSii4.) 1531) Tenth .slreft at'ler 6:l."» p m. 27 FOR PALE—1938 Fiat, in cood condition: very yood gas mileage. Ifi20 Quincv streel. Automotive Service, Parts For Sale—Unimproved Land LORAIN AREA 700 acres of fine eraz- inc land; plenty of water. Phone 2-7654. 40 ACRKS. unimproved. 3 miles past of Orei'llfield, on soulll side of road. Prii .? S7S per acre. Charles B. Webster. 1311 lOiKhtienth slreet. Phone 2-3347. 27 Oil and Mining FOR SALE—Mining claim with cood cabin, running water. S2il rock. Elevation 5500. All for $450. Pboue 8-8110. For Exchange—Property WANTED TO EXCHANGE—Two-bedroom home in Bakersfield for home in Sacramento 3515 M street. 2f> For Salo—Trailer* READS Ca«h for Jour Trailer. Trailer sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contract). MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue g-IS-tf 1941 TRA1LMASTER. 18 feet long: butane equipped, 6-iily tires, air brakes. Lots of clipboard space. 118 "Eye' street. 25 FOR SALE—Font-wheel trailer 22-foot flat bed, steel brakes. .12x6.00 tires. Can haul 10 Ions baled hay. One 1937 C-40 International truck. C. J. Freer, Delano. r. O. EOT 386. 25 FOR SALE—1942 25-foot S-room tandem axle Continental house trailer. ft-Dlv tires. 1100 Hall stroet. Box 853. Corcoran. Calif (License PT2633a2). 2r> FOR SALE—One all-steel 2-wheel trailer at 1409 Oregon street. 25 1042 CONT1ENTAL house trailer. 22 feet long, very good iirewar tires. 7.yOxl5: electric brakes, awning. 18x22 feet. 1.10r> Grace street. 29 HEAVY 2-wlleel trailer and man's hlcycle. Phone 2-9444. Kreigcr Service Station. Tnlon and BrillidiiKe. 2."i PRICED for immediate sale, trailer pickup, steel frame and body, Rood rubber, 1 prewar tire, 1 retread: license 1U44, paid; guaranteed to carry one ton. Paul C. Waldrop, 710 Baker street. ' 2fi For Sale—Automobiles AUTOMOBILE AD COP1 must contain license number: If on', ui atale license. ntala inasl be Included In copy 3-4-lf 1937 DODGE 2-door sedan (9B6137). Good condition. Kood rubber. Can be seen at Fruitvalo Service Station Phone 2-9070. 29 SELLER OH PUHCHAHEP Do you need additional cash to complete purchase n! car? If so. Ju«t phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly confldentla' service. W. .1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone _ 0-6796, y_?.-_L f 1934 CHEVROLET coupe, with pickup bc-d . (44D:H2). See Jim. at Harper's Ma' chine Shop in hoist department, Twenty- fourth and L. _2J 1940 STUDEBAKEP. Champion sedan (2M916), good shape. Call after 6:30 P. m.. 714 Woodrow, Oildale. Phone 2-0779. -"J 1940 MERCURY convertible sedan in ex- relle t condition. Radio and good tires. Black with red leather upholstery. (IV482C Calif.) Call (1-6241 after 6:30 p. m. 217 Ferguson streel. Oildale. 25 COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel alicnment. Charles Vigalrom's Garage. 1520 Twenty-eighth s I reet. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-'tf GRANT piston rings last longer. Motor tuned up greasing and oiling: car storage. Blue Rlbbor Garage. 1916 Nlne- teenth. Phone 2-0674 1-15-tf BRING your car to us for complete service and lubrication by experienced men. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 801 Niles, East Bakersfield Phone 3-1402 for appointment. 27 FOR SALK, REWJNO MACHINES. Singers and White.s. 1509 West _Kighth. F J hone 9-9437.__ 29 FOR S .LE—Caterpillar, 5-ton. Call Shafter 7SC after 7 p. m. 2« For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures GET YOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber .tamp company. You will b* satisfied with Its prompt service. Pads. Inks, dalprn of all makei. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8-8102. 43 FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities tor mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 5)9 Highway 3-27-tf ! TOP PRICES, paid for late model radioi. I I'ostou Radio Service, corner of K and 99 Highway. Phone 2-04D8. 2-I-tf for your 1-26-tf TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171" K STREET PHONE 6-GOG9 WE CAN^ PAINT Your Car Immediately. QMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carler FRED C. .SCHWEITZER OLDSMOB1LE DEALER Phone 5-5997 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 RECAPPIXG SERVICE 801 Niles, East Bakersfield. Phone 3-1402. 27 ONE STEEL open to > 6 feet high, tlOO: good Ar_vin 73. FOR SALK—5.25x18 tire. van body. 7x12, condition. Phone 30 I'hone 2-7304. Motorcycles and Bicycles 1941 POWELL motor scooter. Two seats, bumper attachments. newly painted Phone 2-0378 25 FOR SALE—Powell scooter. After _j>. m.. 15 15 Cam i no _P r i mny era. FOR SALE—Lightwight condition, good tires. 6:00 27 bicycle. pood Pbonc :i-044!i. For Sale—Lumber Location. Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Saturday. S a. m. to 12 noon. Will be closed September 2 and 4. Open Tuesday morning. KEHN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 30 2-piece tapestry living room set, full spring construction $li"4.50. 2-pie?e mohair living ropm set, blue, wine or rose. $179.50. 2-piece mohair frieze living room set, tufted pillow back, choice of blue or rose, $209.50. Velour bed divan, royal blue, $105. Platform rockers with springs, $3!).95. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FFRNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE Just One Block South of the Courthouse 29 TWO-PIECE wine-colored living room set; walnut dinins room set with buffel ; bedroom scl. complete with prewar box springs and innersprinp mattress: At- waler-Kcnt console radio and Zenith table model; hiuh chair; crib: che»j of drawers, dresser and miscellaneous, fi to 8 p. m. j :l'"' ;! _!_C'! Pn J pl l in-eniie. 27 I BEAl.'TIFL'L twin bedroom suite. box sprlncs, InnersprinR mattresses, large vanity, chest of drawers, niuht Ptand. Will include peach candlewick spreads. Rood as new. $300. Steel twin bed springs. InnerKprinR mattress and dark chest of drawers. Also Ironrlte troner. Rood as new. 2,".2I> Chester Lane. JUST received, larse stock of washing machine drains. $1.50. Pioneer Mercantile Company. Bakersfield and Ens! Bakersfield. 27 EIGHT-YARD CARRYALL. A GOOD ONE. PRICED RIOHT. PHONE 2-6S29. HARRY ROGERS ___ 25 PREWAR living room suite. condition. Phone 2-053,1. Very good FOR SALE CHEAP—Prewar 2-piece llv- Ingroom biilte (needs -vork): O'Keefe and Alerrltt refrigerator: 6-picce dining room set, bnffel. 232 / Soi.th K street. 2ji WASHING MACHINES repaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co.. 913 Balier, phon; 2-9278. 8-28-lf ONE WELDING TORCH, complete. Sleel fishinzr rod and reel. $5. Single barrel 12-Kaugc shotgun wi:'i two boxes of shells. Phone 2-701'5. 25 THREE pair men's white trousers, also one la rue hoi water neuter in aood shape, but not automatic. Phone 2-8S61. UEFRIOERATOR. wnshine machine and f ur n I tiire f o r_ sa le. Call 2-4 0 ,"i 0. 2J; BASSINETTE, kitchen stool, rubber door unit. hieh-oven '-anee. folding steel chairs, radio, lamp, rubber boots. 9 '<• ; tap shoes. 11'i: typewriter, and miscel- luiu'ous items. 2724 Chester Lane. BUFFET, round cak dining table, bed complete, dresser, settee. "ijLPar.iJ^c'. FOR SALE—50-lh. he box. $15: 4-blirner flat-lop nas SIOVP. $10; dining room laid". $10: lirass-lop double lied and springs, $10. Call 924 Oleander avenue. 26 Full Panel Beds All-Steel Coil Sprlnei Ifi-l'tmild Mattresses Sin -ing-filled Bed Dt'ans " 4-Piecc Bedroom Sel Oak Lawn Choirs . "A Small Store BulciliB Wnh Values" ATX.-S.M1T1I FL'R.VITl'RE Eiehlecnlh and L Phone 2-6277 $1 " !):, $10.85 $17.85 $:,!". !I5 $42 95 $5.95 TWO matching broadloom all-woof rues with pads. 13x13 and 8x10: book case; two chests portable typewriter: desk table, child's table and two chairs. Phone 3-1B89. FOU SALE—One innersprlns: mattress, good as_n_ew. G05_D_a_te_8U-eet. 2f, FOR SALE—I.lying room suite, gas range, dining room (able und chairs, bed. complete; three rugs. 614 \? Woodrow. Oil- __daie. " 5 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furniture, household articles, appliances, tonli, etc. Prompt, cnttrleous service. Victory Furniture, 618 Union avenue. Phone 3-1006 88 HOUTS * BOX Cut-rate Lumber Yard. 2200 Edison Highway. Bakersflcld. 7-1-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous WASHABLE STUFFED TOYS ALL STYLE PULL TOYS JEEPS—BARGES—TANKS BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO. 2015 CHESTER AV^NLMg WM. GOERTZEN " GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER SPREADING PHONE SHAFTER 684 BOX 487, SHAFTER, CALITORXIA FOR SALE—Corner Run case: 7-way floor lump; metal blower-tvpe cooler, never been used; will trade pood-linen cabinet for overnight bajr. I'pstairs, apartment 3. 7 14 Kentucky street. 2(1 FOR SALE—Large ranch eggs, 45c dozen. Turner's Market, Eighth and Chester avenue. 20 For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Automobiles FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO SALE YOUR CHEVROLET. BUICK, CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tf USKD FURNITUHF wauled. We call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown's Furnilnre, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021. 6-lt-lt TWO-P1KCK prewar Chesterfield set. Coll springs, A-t condition. Priced for quick sale. Phone 2-1380. 25 BED DIVAN and matching chair, like _ new. J?(i Hughes Lane. 25 FOR PALE—(Jns range, hed spring?, dresser nnd dineiU 1 set. See anytime WILL PAV highest cash price piano. Call 8-8673^ We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-1! • t f PIANO WANTED—Highest castTprice paid for new and used pianos. Phone H-8S8I. 9-lS-tf WE SELL, all available musical Instruments. 8Upplle» ann sheet music. We buy used musical Instruments regardless of condition. We repair all stringed Instruments and repair hows. Kern Music Shoo. HOC Baker street. 2» Los Angeles Cash Grain LOS ANCELES. Ails 29. </PI—Or.lln prin's quoted are cut.. IV-ld run. in car- luls only.) California barley. iri-adiiiK It! Ibs. l.nk. $2. 27 l » <>t 2,:I2 ' ; ; Californiii yellow nnlo. No. 2. bulk. $2. 5:1 <fi 2.10 ; California wbral. bulk. No. I bard or soft whltr. $2 HOfil 2.C."i; No. 2 oals. ,13 His., link. *2.80 'a 2.6.1 Government Bonds YORK. AUK. 2!i. OPi — The closing ii bonds on the New York Sinck NI-:\V pin en 1'jxi liaii Treiimiry Fruits and Vegetables NICE large Tehachapl Bartlett pears. $2.50 field box. Also large clinK peaches, watermelons. L'c a Ih. Earl Coats Market. 141 North Chester. 2fi Advances Shown on San Francisco Stocks SAX FRANCISCO. AUK. 29. (.?) — Slocks fac'eil toward higher prices tnday, but few went far. Roos Hi-others common climed I'., now high at 28, but other Bring same year. 83c FOR FULL LUG. your own containers. 'The kind of pears we had last 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf FOR SALE— No. 1 _ !".r.*. e flcl(1 lug". CAR AERIALS for any make of car. 14.95 and UP. Poston Radio, corner of K street and 9; Highway. 8-1-tf RADIOS—Sold, tradet: or repaired. We Klve expert service at reasonable prices. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. 81 HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radlo«. Rnkersfleld Radio Supply. 2R08 Chester avenue Phona 2-5160. 8-il-tf FOR SALE—Unused basketball, net and rinc Inquire 2725 1'ark Way. phone _jMI_2p2. 2C FOR SALE—New used set of "Childcraft" bonks, original cost $60. will sell for 135. Phone r>-5C38. 86 FOR SALE—Lady's all wool tailored brown pin stripe suit, never been worn. {30; small table-top Kent radio. S10. Phone 3-176C. Miss Kelley. 25 24-INCH Brldgeford lalhe with taper attachment. vcellenl condition. 1016 Union avenue. ___ 2« FOR SAT, E— Genuine silver _ Phone 2.3.13.r fox neck piece. 26 ONE new tumblebugr plow: one disc harrow, new. five long :dianks for chiselins: four short shanks for chiseling: approximately 1455 pieces 2x30-inc-h irri- catinu for row crony: one V-ditcher. Phiine fi-iMiT or call nt .Till Kentucky si reel. 26 For SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 29 SALE or trade. .20-gauge double- narrel. few shells. J27.50: .22 single- shot. $7.oO. or will trade for .22 pistol. Phont 2-4386 or "712 Chester avenue. 2f> BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Model* 12950 Up All radios offered for sale have been reconditioned, and are guaranteed. SERVICE ON ANY MAKE RADIO BAKERSFIELD RADIO SUPPLV- 28 IS CHESTER AVENUE DIAL 2-51SO g-ll-lf 8-Tl.'BE twin speaker car radio, good condition. $30. Call evenings at 700 Monadic Drive. Oildale. 2fi t still have a few irood recondil ioneil radios. Table models. I'M to f:i5. Consoles, 52."i to 1(15. Call anytime. Phone 2-5111.1. Huck Hadio Service. 70.1 Wash- Ingtou flyenue, Oildflle. 26 FOIl SALE— Small tiprieht walnut piano and bench, excellent condition. Phone _IL1»32._ __ _ ___ 2(1 HALLET ft DAVIS piano for sale. In very Kood condition. _ IMimie 2^_or.3n. 25 19.17 FORD radio for sale, everythlnc complete |2o cash. 35l p :i M street, phone FOR SALE—Atascadero Bartlett $1.2;,. $1.50. $1.75 lug. IMS street. orange cling peaches. 107 East Seventh. 29 pears. Niles 26 FOR SALE—Coast canning pears. lug. 235 "Eye" streel. 11.25 26 CANNING PEARS Choice mountain grown Tehachapi pears. These pears are large size and will keep, $1.59 per lug. Market Spot. Eighteenth and Union. Phone ,1-0961. flBS. (ill You pick them Monterey street. FOR SAM'!— Black HrlnR containers. Phono ".-."..'ISO. KOII SALE— I. 'I New Hampshire Red pnl- I.'IM and i white hens. !I07 Wilson. Oildale. "2fl Poultry and Livestock PH1LCO .1-2048. radio lur salo. FOR. SALE—Stylish sorrel mare. Plenty of splri' but yery gentle. One Arizona saddle, one practically new Meiser saddle. Heiser sold separately Phone 874. .1-1. Tafl. 2fi AUTO RADIO. Chevrolet make. 1 rtancho l->riye. i! a jl_' r *_-/'•'•!!_«:' *er tip. m. WANTED TO 1)1,'Y— Player piano. Phone 2-0285. 26 ATTENTION K. Phone j Blood-lesied baby chicks, brooders, poultry ' supplies and feed. Wo buy your e.Kl. j.;i Chicks $15 hundred. 2219 Union, or 814 Elshth. Phone 7-7023 or Z-948!) 2-1-tf to a shfits were Ihnited tn fractions. West Indies Sugar gained •',. and Universal Oil > L ', while Eldorado and Shell lost '/j. Transamerica gained 'g at 10. Slock— Close Alias Diesel 12-JI4 Crown Zellerbiu b pfd 102 Eldorado Oil lll'j EWA Plant 24\ MaRnavox S 1 * National Auto Fibers II 1 * N'alomas Company lo'.j Pacific C.IIH and Electric 3'J 7 * Pacific (las and Electric tt'r pfd. 37 V 4 PIB 'n' Whistle pfd . II Koos Bros, com 2X flynn Aeroneaul ical 3^8 San Maiirlcio 7r, Shell fnion Oil. 23'» Standard Oil of California 36>a Tide Water Oil ir,», Transameri. a 10 I'lliveisal Oil . . . 1,1'i Woslero Depa i t nietit Stores plil. ... 24'.j Wesl Indies Snxar 2r, Yosemile-Portland T'l'inent pfd ij "* Poultry and Cggs LOS ANOELE.-f Ann. 29. (UP)—Eggs: Wholesale prices consumer (?rnde: Larse, Brade A 45i8>48c, urnde Tf 27©33c; medium tirade A 37®38c: small, grade A Retail prices to consumer: Large, (trade AA 5962c. grade A 655060. (trade R 40©43c; medium. grade AA 49lB"52c. grade A 47<6'49c: small, grade A 25 iS>29c. Candled craded effgs to retailers (case*): Lar«e, erade AA 6t<tj54c. grade A 47',»lW 49 '*<-. (trade B 3~t<G>3tc: medium, grade A 39W42c; small, grade A 22@24c. i I'oiiHrj 1 (paying prices f. o. b. Los Ani «ele.s): UnchaiiKed. Leghorn broiler.", under i \ ibs. 30iS'.''2c; Leghorn broilers, 1-2'i Ibs. :iO®32c: Leghorn broilers. 2'i-3 IKS. 2'Jli»3lr; fryers. 3-4 lb«. 29&.11c; roaslers. all welnhts 2!)@3tc: colored fowl, all weights 26 W 27 "lie; Leghorn fowl. 4 Ibs. and over 24to26c: Leghorn fowl. 3-4 Ins. 18®23c; ducks, all weights !S(i/i22c; domestic rabbits. under (! Ibs. (f. o. b. ranchl colored 22c. white 24c. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Au«. 28. (UP)— EBKS: Wholesale priceii consumer grade: Large, grade A 44(ff47c. Kradu ri 2B®3:ic: medium grade A 37®38c; imal . Kradc A 18@19c. Retail prices to constir.ier: Large, grade A A 59®62c. grade A 55®60c, grade B 403>43c; medium. er.ide AA 49®fi2c. grade A 474('49c. small grade A 26{f29c. C'andled graded eggs o retailers (cases): Liirue grade AA nl(_ FiSMiC. grade A 47 '3 9 411'ic. grade B Ii5(8>36c; medium. Bracle A 39<f|'42c; small, grade A 22©24c. Poultry (paying prices f o. b. Los Angeles): UncbanKed. Leghorn broilers under 1 a i Ibs. :i(ll8>.12c; Leghorn broilers lW-2',4 Ibs. .tOC()32c; Leghorn broiler* 2V.-3 llm. 2Hli))31c; frye'-i. 3-4 Ills. 29©31r: roasters, all weiirhts 29®.11c: colored fowl, a!l weivhts 2!i ® 27 '/ac; Leghorn fowl. 4 Ibs. and over 24fi£2»ic: Leghorn fowl. 3-4 Ibs. !R(gi23c: ducks, all weights 18<??22c; domestic rahbits, under 5 Ibs. (f. o. b. rnnch) coloied 22c. white 24c. I'rndiu-e receipts: Butter 3fi.01S Ibs.; cheese :',8.M1 Ihs : eggs. 2388 cases. FOR SALE-- Piano. *7 Phone 2-7881. 2f. HI'NTINOTON upright piano. $6.V Phone 2-8231, 3U Francix. Highland Ij>rk._ 27 UICKENHACKEH electric sleel sullar with case. $13.i Evenings phone 6-69C8. 1703 Lake, street. 27 LARGE Drive. CONSOLE radio. 1301 Jlonac h Oildale. Phone 3-0320. 26 i New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-148X 39 CASH FOR your old radio regardless) of a«c, make or condition. AVe pick them up at your home. Phono I'-nitKt. no FOR SALIC—One table model radio. $20; one special .short-wave receiver. NC101N. $7S. Phone 2-287T. 2(1 adio, excellent Priced, rea^on- after 6 m.. 40.1 Oregon street. BABY CRIB and good condition. matt. CM for 326 Water. sale. USED FUHNITtlRE. to..Is, Hovel, mlicel- laneous article* of ill kinds We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Alaytag service ana parts. Furniture repaired. Bol. Morley's New and Ilaed Furniture Storn. 1800 Ci. ; 46 FOR SAIiE—Round onk dining table with six chalra; blrdseye maple dresser. Ironing board. Fruitvale avenue. Phone 3-F-5. 26 RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. B13 Baker. Phone 2-9278 ___ 4-24-tf rlECAPPINQ Bring your old tlre» to us for recapping. We UH Grade A rubber: 24-hour service BENZINOS SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets _____ 8-5-tt RADIOS, atoves. furniture. 8x10 and 16»1« tents, and all kinds of secondhand gooda. Pumpkin Cenl«r Second Hand Store. 27 FOR SALE—S-tube car condition, fits any car. able. Phone 2-l_522. UPH1CIIT PIANO, Chester Lane. good condition. BABY CHICKS. I1C per hundred; New Hampshire Redi. Rhode Island Reds. Plymouth Rocks, Rock and Red Cross: new shipment every Monday order early Also plenty of met»l feeders, fountains and poultry medicines Ward'* Farm Store. 2 62.'. (Mi es t e r. 4- n. (f FOR SALE—Two «pan of goort work mirea, one brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone 2-7066. 7-19-tf OFFERING a number or outstanding yearling and Z-year-olrt registered Hereford bull: A. H. Karpe. Phone K-8671. .__ LJi.'.' BAli. CHICKS started on order We have colored broilers roasting hens Riverview Halchery, 215 Robert! I .line. Plione _2;9M5 J 'til-lf BUY. SELL or trade all kinds of llvectock. Phone 2-S022. Roy .Inhnson, 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hoi- kln» Road. _ 4} TMRER ducks $1 each; one sheep and a pip. very cheap- whi'r, rabblls. 75c up lo $3, some wilh lili.-rs. Call at residence. 10 a. m. lo ' p. in anytime. Must sell lodny . 730 Eaui Third street Legal Notices DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize In mirrors and mantels, wells and doors. Bakerifleld Gloss Company. 1715 Nineteenth slreet. 1-10-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures I For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures E W/PTPTT TT TTMTP M7 A Tf TTYTP XCELLENT yALDE IN USED FURNITURE GAFFERS & SATTLER HEATER WICKER BABY BUGGY KITCHEN CHAIR FULL SIZE BOX SPRING RECORD CABINET MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE OAK LIBRARY EXTENSION TABLE 48-INCH ROUND DINING ROOM TABLE TWIN SIZE MATTRESS HOSPITAL BED MONTEREY BEDROOM SUITE 9x12 RUG 2-PIECE BED DIVAN SET 2-PIECE WELL UPHOLSTERED LIVINGROOM SUITE JC.Su $2.05 60c $9.95 $2.95 $6.95 $3.95 $5.95 $3.95 $9.95 $-1.95 $9.95 $•)!).05 $99.50 "SFl EIGHTEENTH AND H STREETS g-25-tf WILL PAY CASH for typewi Hers, adding machine*, checkwrltere and cash registers Lynch Typewrller Company. 1650 ''hester Hvemie. __ 6-29-tf BUHROUOHS addini: machine. 7-dlglt keyboard, hand operated. A-l condition, for _?aJ«l_«i_»V*' Phiine. 6-5038. 25 FOR SALK — Remington portable typewriter in good condition; also several sets of I'Jmanuel Swedenborg'. booki; in excel_ leiU condition. 1020 OreK'.o 27 ONE all-steel typing table, drupleaf. Phone after 7 p. m., :}-157(J. 25 FOR SALE—Vounc lavlne hens. Call 955'i Osk. or phone 3-11197. 26 BABY DfCKS— Exrellent laying young ./crspv While flant bens, pullcis; (-etlinB cess. Mrs. E. Fulfil. 4008 East Oregon. 2(1 .-hanu nii . a I tl Mom.- yood woik . II. Karpe. phono Fruits and Vegetables FOR SALE—Crystal while onions. 12 per sock. Seven miles south of Dskeisfield. first house west on Hoskin Road, or coll -02.I!' after 5 p. m. 25 You -ilck them. Very best quality, 50c per lug: bring your own containers. North Chester avenue, thio'igh Oildale, ad.iolnlni; tank farm 32 WATERMELONS wholesale or retail price. I'.ic pound. 1421 Tertac* Way. W W. Hmvell 25 FOR SALE—Four bull calves. $2 to $:. S2."» Itoberls L;.ne. |^hone ii-(;i|15. 27 ONE hea"y team for sale or irade. f.u- hay. leather. liHrnesM. I'|ioiii'_Arv_jn_7 3. 30 FOR ^ALE—3.i feeder pigs. r. brood sows, 1 purebred P.eik»hlrv boar. Half mile south of roundhouse on Oak streel. C!. W. ^So'omon^ Box 337. WANTED—Rabbit fryers and r.lbbll pelts __PholH' 2-;"iSJ^ KOO Nile.H^ strccl. 26 FOR SALK— Horse and saddle. Phone NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 8440 In the Superior _;ourt of the Stale ot California, in und for the County of Kern. In the Matter of tin Estate of HENRY A. GARRISON, also known as HENRY GARRISON, also known tus H. A. OARRI- SON. also known ni HENRY S. GARRISON. Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned. MAZIE CJARRISON. Executrix of the Estate at HENRY A. GARRISON, also known as HENRY GARRISON, also known as H. A. GARRISON, also known us HENRY S. GARRISON, deceased, lo the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to present them with the necei- sary vouchers within six months after the first publication nf this notice, to sold Executrix ut the law offices of BURUM AND SHORTK1DGE. Suite 60S Haberfelde Building, Bakersfield. County of Kern. Stale of California, which said office the undersigned selects as a place of business In all matters connected with said estate, nr to file them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice in the office of th» Clerk of the Superior Court of the State nf California. In and for the County of Kern. Daled and first published August IS 1!M4. MA2IE GARRISON. Executrix of the Estate of Henry A. Garrison, also known as Henry Garrison, also known ns Henry M Garrison, also known as H. A. GARKISON. BI'ItliM AND SHOKTRIDCIE. Attorneys for Executrix. Aug. 15. 2.'. 23; Sept. 5. 12. Nine Issues Up on L. A. Stock Market LOS ANGELES. Aug. 29. OP)— A sluing lone predominated in early stork prirfs today with 9 Issues up, 1 down and 12 unchanged on a turnover of 4150 shares on the Los Angeles Stock Exchange. Bolsa Chlca Oil climbed a nickel to 1.90. Central Investment 2 points to 65. Pacific Gas and Electric common >, t to 33, Southern California Edison common '/& to 24%, Southern Pacific to 29, Transamerica % to 10 and Universal Consolidated Oil % to 13',B. Stock— Close Blue Diamond Corporation ............ 2.35 Bolsa Chlca Oil A ............................ 1.90 Central Investment ............. ............. 65 Hancock Oil A ..................... -«.«*..... 50 Menasco Manufacturing .......... ............ 97 Pacific (las and Electric ........... ., Republic Petroleum ...................... Ryan Aeronautical Shell Union Oil ....... ......................... Southern California Edison com ..... Southern Pacific Transamerica ................................... I'niversul Consolidated Oil ........ .....".. 3S 5<i 3% 23% 24 ii 29 jn Los Ang«l«« Produc* LOS ANGELES. AUB. 21. OP>— Trtdinr in fruits and vegetables was only fair today. Cantaloupes and corn were weaker: Lima beans, apples and watermelons were slightly stronger; peaches about steady on best and slightly weaker on Hales; figs slightly weaker on Brans- wicks and about steady on otnera Cantaloupes: Sun Joaquln valley Jam- bos. 3«s and lareer J2<8i.1: Little Rock, lidded crates Jumbos, 3B« and larger 12© 2.^5; Honeydewg. San Joaauln valley Jumbos), «s-8s und standard 9s-t«s 12.250 -.48; Crenshaws. San Joaquln valley Jumbos. 4s-6s t2.25@2.50: Pernians. San Joa- uuln fancy Jumbos. <s-«s $2.50©2.75. Corn: Golden Cross, lugs local, 3-3 V,. dozen !)0ci?j) J 1. 10 : Santa Clara county. sacks. 5-54 dozen $1.75. Roans: Kentuckys. local. San Dl««o county and northern 12@13c Ib ; Blackeyes 8®10c Ib. ; LlmaB. local and San Dleiso county 9tf\Qc Ib. Apples: Per cwt., Sonoma county. Gva- veustelns $7. 50 9 7. 89; Winter Banana* S7.80 cwt.; Watsonvllle Bcllflowers »7«0- Winter Bananas $4® 5. Watermelons: Truck lots, local and San Joaquln valley Klondikes and stripe* 135 |&'40: carlot outweight. San Joaauin valley I30W.15; street sales, per ton. ISO Si 1 55. Peaches: Beaumont and Tucaipa Halei, 60s and larger 8c Ib. : Valyermo Hales. 60s and larger 9c Ib. : San Joaquln valley Hutchinsons. 70s and larger lOc Ib. : local Elhertns. «0s and larger II. 1001. "0 IUK. Figs: Sau Joaquin yalley Kadotas. •J-layer fU lH J2«2.25; Brunswick», local HI 'a 1 -c. Hi. Cotton Futures NEW YORK. Aue. 29. (^l— Scattered profit taking and liquidation caus«d easiness in the cotton market today aa offerings met only rcale-down trade support. The reliction as attributed to favorable war news, doubts that th» Bankhead bill for a higher cotton loin rate will pass, and disappointment over failure of aggressive mill buying to develop on the announcement of th« OPA Increase in tho cotton yarn market. Late afternoon prices were 60 to 85 cents a bale lower. October 21.70. December 21. 4S. and March 21.26. Lo* Angolos Livestock LOS ANilELES, Aug. 29. (UF!h- Cattle salable 1400 very alow, few sales, steady to weak but undertone weak to lower: few cutter to common steers (8.SO@10.60. medium steers held higher: common to medium cowu JSfjUO.Tu. canners and cutters Is® 7 75. shelly canners down to 15: common to medium bulls IS 2310: few common to medium bulls I8.25<j*10: few common to medium stockers and feeders 11.25 ifi'10 late Mrndav load good to choice fed sleers J15 73. Calves salable 400. slow. Hiead.v i.i lower: medium to choice ranffe •Hives H2«JI3.75, culls and common J' &n 0. 50. HORS salable 4(io. active, steady, medium lo choice l>n-24n Ibi. 115.75. heavier weights nuiHtly 15; medium to choice aowt 113. 500- 14. 50. Sheep Halablc 500, no sales of shorn .earliogs and ewes; Kood to choice Iambi lacking, uuoted »U4rI4.50. Los Angeles Hay LOS AXGKLES. Aug. 2a. (/Pi— AlfalU prices changed today with V. S. No. I and 2 leafy $29® 30. 50. No. 2 green J27.50!8'2!l and No. 2 123® 26; No. 1 barley $26®27 and No. t oats 132*33. Carlo! arrivals: 13 wheat. 2 barley. 3 oats, 3 mllo. 1 flaxseed. 7 flour, 3 cereal 82 hay. ATTENTION, POI'LTK YMEN I pur Market Is Open We Pa Y Tops for Fryers and RnaNt.'iH One Uloc : < West of l-Jast Bakersfield Post Office HUB Kern Slreet Dial 2-245S BRADFORD POl'LTRY MARKKT _____ _________ _ :6 FOR SALE— 30 laying hens. Barred Rocks __ and lew- Iteds. J'hone 2-1U80. 2 7 NOTICK OF HKAKIMi WHEREAS. In conformity with Sections 2891 and 283:1 of the Education Code, a petition has D«en tiled with the Board of Supervisor! of the County of Kern, praying for an order to be made admitting nnd annexing the Stlne Elementary School District to Ihe Greenfield Union Elementary School District NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the •aid Board of Supervisors bas set said petition for hearing at the hour of H A. M.. on Tuesday, the 6th day of September. 11)44. at the time and place of a regular meeting nf said Board at the Courthouse, Bakersfield. for th« purpme of hearing all persons interested concerning said petition and to make its appro- prlsp* order granting or denying the same. By order of the Board of Supervisor*, thl* 14th day of August, 1944. R. .1. VEON. County Clerk. Au» 17: Sept. 1. Incl. Weather Forecast for Valley Given Tlie weatlier forecast for the farmers of the southern Sun Joaquin valley, as prepared by the United States Wrather Bureau in co-operation with the Kern county farm adviser's office of the agricultural extension service is reported to he: "Continued hot today with a maximum expected temperature of 107 degrees and Wednesday almost as hot with 106 and lowering to ap- proxinrttely 104 Friday, accompanied by the lowest humidity reported this year, which may read as low a.s 10 per cent. This is the worst fire hazard period that Kern county has witnessed this year. Anyone noticing a fire of any kind in any location should report it at once to the Kern county fire department it it is outside the city of Bakersfield. Cotton growers should provide ample water for their crops, as this kind of weather is exceptionally good growing weather for cotton. Fruit will ripen rapidly during this hot period. Growers should be prepared to handle the fruit as fast as it ripens with sufficient labor. Yesterday's hlsest temperature was 109 degrees." No. 1 Elbetta peaches for table or canning. Also large Clings. Open until U n m. Please brlt:k containers. 1211 North Chester avenue, just noith of the bridge no east side of street. 27 TRUCKLOAD of :^o. 1 Elebtra peaches, for table or canning, also larce clinga. 95c lug- box. Please bring containers. Also striped wttermelons. 25c. Maple» Market. Third and Union. 28 FOR SALE— 11 New nish mixed hens. layers. $1 50 each. North Inyo. Hampshire and i'iir- One-year-old. Good Phone 3-25:16. 21111 Large yellow and oranga Cling peaches for canning. Two lugs, approximately DO pounds, 11.75. Also No 1 peters from the romt No worms or hard cores. Bring own containers Open till .'I p. m. ir.iio Palm Drive, corner Pacific near Kern General Hoipital. 2C .JKUSEY—GueniHey first calf cow. fresh five months, still giving three gallons plus. This cow from i Kofal dairy stock, none finer. See i her milked at 7 p. m. or a. m. Also | several heifer calves from dairy stock, various ages, one hull calf, fc'red Kennedy, Hill street off I'itmeer Drive, across street from Ray Tottom. L'6 Docs and Other r*ets COCKER SPANIEL—Male, registered. 18 mouths old, from prize-winning ancestors. With some care would make wonderful shuw dog, »50. 500 South Mount Vernuu » UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickiiger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-78*1 Chatter Avtnu* at Thirteenth J. 0. FHekiRffr Fruk Miter AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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