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For ••!•—-improved Property 1ST BUY, 16100—In Garden Acres. 100x300 lot. nearly new 6-room . strictly modern home, Barnpe. chicken equipment, a nice buy on today's market. 13000 cash. J30 monthly on balance at 8 per cent Interest. 51) ROSE GARDEN—A very fine 5-room stucco residence on two 60-foot lots, only about 4 years old. In excellent condition, rear yard completely fenced, lots of fruit trees, berries, chicken yard, plenty of room for another house when building restrictions are lifted. $2150 cash, balance $50 per month. P« MONTR VISTA TERRACE—Nearly new 6-room frame home on .large ter, raced lot. Strictly modern In every respect. Tc.tal price $4760, $1500 cash, balance $40 per month, 6 per cent Interest. 0 Jl 0 Chester Avenue Phone 6-6751 IREE houses on largo lot. Only about years old, all furnished. In East Bak- •rs-'leld. Showing tsood Income. Full . pries $6600. UODKRN 2-bcdroom home In Cnsa Loma. only about 3 years nld On approximately one acre. Shade, fruit, cow barn, place for chickens. Strictly first class throughout. HODERN home and one acre. Three sleep- Ing rooms, double garage, fruit, shade, chicken equipment. Plenty of water. llmost new 6-room home, three bedrooms, Venetian blinds: some shade and fruit. Close In. In East Bakersfield. «moll house. unrestricted district, $3000. |Eom» and Income—Duplex and apartment over 3-car garage. Well located for steady rental. Modern throughout. E. C. Uffert, 901 Nilss. Phone 2-7162. 8-23-tf TWO-BEDROOM MODERN HOME five-room stucco house, only few vears old. on lovely lot 60x160 feet, with lawn, trees •nd shrubs. Hardwood floors, dual wall furnace, cooler, tile In bath and kitchen. Quick possession: southwest district, outside city limits. Price $6500. substantial down. Taylor * Taylor. 1660 Chester avenue, phone 6-6693. 27 [FOR SALK. on Pcrthing street, in California Park Tract, our home, with all prewar furniture. Largo lot. 60x150 feet, private enclosure in back; lovely shade, lawn and shruba. Can be bought with without furniture. Must be seen to appreciated. Phone 2-3871. 29 OILDALT3 ll-"nlt court, completely furnished. In- >«omo $347.60 per month, A-l shape, $21,600. neat little home. $2850, terms, outhgate—Half-acre, 6-room home, close in, $3750, terms. buthcast Bakersfield, furnished duplex on t corner lot. $3985, small down ast Bakersfield. ono acre, nice 3-bed- rnom home with cellar, $3500. D. C. Slim) Mynatt, phone 8-8988. 29 LDALE—Clean 3-room house, Imth, 60- foot corner lot, two blocks from bus, $2150, $900 down, $20 monthly. Phone rs. Warnock, 2-6445. 29 SALE by owner, 5-unlt court on east side, furnished, one house available: 3 yearn old: $8500, one-half down. Call | 3-6983. 29 [VORTHWH1LE seeing, 5-room stucco, like new, large living room, extra conveniences, fenced yard, close to schools, bus. Phono 2-0314. 29 W«nUd to luy—Automobile* I Wanted to ,Buy—Automobiles WE BUT ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL ELSE! BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 270'6 Chester Avenue Phone 8-9746 7-11-tt Before selling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-C-tf WILL PAT THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf WANTED to huy. aulomoblle. Wanted Bood 2-ton truck and prefer 3-axla trailer. Will pay eood price If In «oorl condition. 29 For Sale—Trailers READ? Cash for four Trailer. Trailer sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contracts. MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 1-lS-tf 19.16 COACH model 16-foo; factory built trailer house: wiitc tank, connection for city watsr. two kind.-i of lights. Ice hox. Three mll»s east of Famosa. S. M. Oldham, at almond orchard. 29 TRAILER priced. HOUSE, 7x20. Phone 9-0507. reasonably 28 R473) TWO-BEDROOM house, partly fur. nlHhed. Good location, near school nnd bus. Plenty of shade. Price only $4786, I218!i down; may consider less. Phone 5-0653 or 2-5336. 28 FOR SALK by owner, leaviiiK town, modern 2-hedroom home, hardwood floors, sink. 114 Harding. Phone 7-7280. DR SALE—One-bedroom plastered house. .Enrage attached. Hardwood floors, tile sink, Venetian blinds; heautiful lawn. " «"r Skyline. $3760. Phone 3-2364. 28 t SALE—Six-room home on 87-foot lot. i09 Sunset. Price S8000. Charlwi B. Webster, 1611 Eighteenth street. Phone , 5-3.147. 27 For Sale—Lot* }RNER LOT on A street In Cedar ; Park; 66-foot frontage, sidewalks, curbs, paving paid. Trees in. At less than the bare lot price orig- Mnally paid by owner. Freal W. Harvey, 203 Brower builrling. Phone 2-4260. Evenings phone 2-4143. 1942 CONTIENTAL house trailer. 22 feet long, very good jirewar tires. 7.50x15; electric brakes, awnlntr, 18x22 feet. 130B Grace street. 29 ALL-METAL horse and stock trailer, excellent condition, J350. 600 East Brun- dase Lane. 29 Automotive Service, Parts COMPLETE body and fender repalrlni alflo front wheel alifmment. Charle Vlg«trom's Garage. 1520 Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-t GRANT piston rings last longer. Moto tuned up. greasing and oiling: car stor age. Blue Rlbbor Garage. 1916 Nine teenth. Phone 2-0674. 1-15-t BRINO your car to us for complete service and lubrication by ex perlenced men. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOI Niles, East Bakersfield Phone 3-1402 for appointment. 27 WE CAN PAINT lour Car Immediately. GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. fefiHWEIT/ER OLDSMOB1LE DEALER Phone 5-6997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-t 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. 2 ONE STEEL open to.) van body, 7x12 6 feet high. $100; good condition. Phone Arvin 73. 30 1941 COACH model 20-foot factory built trailer house; steel top, ma- sonite sides, three prewar tires. Light birch interior, well insulated; Duo-therm heater and* oven stove, tile kitchen. Water tank and city water connection; fluorescent lights and car battery dome lights. 510 Roberts Lane, Space 20. PRICED for immediate sale, trailer pickup, steel frame and body, good rubber, 1 prewar .tire, 1 retread; license 1944, paid; guaranteed to carry one ton. 1401 Eighteenth, Asaociated Station. 29 NEW 16-foot house trailer, newly painted Inside and out. Equipped with ball hitch and 194: license. See after 5 p. m. Corner Knott and Haley. See sign on mail box. 29 Motorcycles and Bicycles FOR SALE—Powell scooter. After p. m., 1615 Camlno Prlmavera. 6:00 27 MAN'S 26-Inch lightweight bicycle, in good condition. Phone 6-6833. 27 FOR SALE—Lightweight World bicycle, lights Schwlnn New and generator. hand brake', $35. 1518 Palm Drive. 27 MAN'S bicycle for $35; boy's tricycl for $.10. See nt 3105 Chester LaW 2 DT 110x125 on West Belle. See owner from 6 to 8 p m. at 3531 Chester ave- Phono 2-6853. 27 For Sale—Improved Farms 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch. 840 acree of farm p. land, balance grazing. Very good improvements beat one-man hog and cattle set-up in California. 15 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will i pay 12 per cent on Investment. 50ACRES well improved ranch, .good house and lots of water, best > of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 80 ACRES near Lost Hills. This 'land can be farmed to grain, also ' prospective oil land. A. H. Karpe. .Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf ACRES fine Roil, alfalfa, has good "modern farm house, electric lights, two •leeplnff porches, large living room, kitchen and bath, hot water heater, out- L^tilldlngs, chicken equipment, fruit trees, VKrapew. shade, IVa rnllea northeast of Lament. Excellent water conditions, do. mestic well with pressure system. $2500 ' vlll handle. 1° 25 ACRES. GARDEN SOIL to city, suitable for future subdivision. Price $375 acre, easy terms. DEAN R. HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial I-027S 8-21-tf ACRES approximately, improved farm, outhwest of O14 River. Improvements L^onsist of two good houses, ricked well I'and pumping plant. Possession may be fliad on close of 1944 crop year. South rhalf and north half west quarter of section 33, township 31 south, range 26 least. Price $125 acre, including Improvements; one-third down, balance years. Warde D. Wateon, 2120 Chester. Phone 2-4SM. 28 ACRES—About 16 acres In new alfalfa. "Patch of corn, family orchard, grapes. ' large barn and corrals, fded house, shop bulletins, chicken houses and pens, one span mules, Implements and just a comfortable old country house. Ideal for dairy, stock raising or turkeys. Elwood's, 1923 "Eye." 28 For Sale——Unimproved Land LORAIN AREA 700 acres of fine era*. Ing land: plenty of water. Phone 2-7554. 1<71 Chester avenue. 2j» ;40 ACRES, unimproved. 3 miles east of Greenfield, on south side of road. Price 175 per acre. Charles B. Webster, 1511 Eighteenth street. Phone 2-S347. 27 For Sale—Automobiles FOR SALE—Man or boy's bicycle, at 1929 Twentieth street, or call 2-5837 after 6 p. m. 29 932 CHEVROLET coupe (1P3503) J135 ca«h. Leaving town, must Bell today. Call after 5 p. m., 107 South King. [9:11 FORD A- sedan, and motor (08C367). 2-1378. eood paint, tires In army. Phone 11938 FORD sedan, good condition, good tires (9W6084). Phone E-5C80 or see at West Moneta street. 2D OR SALE—1936 Willys (89M888), rc- ently overhauled, excellent engine, good fires. Will consider trading for equity i larger tar. Call after 6. 718 Castuii- avenue. Olldale. 29 BICYCLE for sale, like new. ley. 295 Beards- 1933 HAHLEY-DAVIDSON. new recaps, battery, old side car and buddy seat, $225. Jacob Camenisch, Route 4, Box 3(18, Kord Road. 28 FOR SALE—Bicycle, almost new. small enough tor boy, large enough for man. 1500 Baker street. a9 BCHWINN-BUILT Paramount racing bicycle. Call at 802 Knott street, one block north of Jefferson, after 6 p. m. For Sale—Automobiles AUTOMOBILW AD COPX must contain license number: If on', ol state license. atste must, lie Included In copy. 3-4-tf 1935 FORD coupe, four very good tires, good engine CJC393G). Phone li-7271 after 4:iQ p. m. ; 32 1931 WILLYS-KNIGHT 6 custom sedan (9B5074). in good condition, very cheap. Phone 3-0801. For Sale—Lumber WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 1x6 2x2 2x6 2x12 6x6 3x4 3x6 3x12 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, 8 a. m. to 12 noon. Will be closed September 2 and 4, Open Tuesday morning. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 30 HOUTS & BOX Cut-rate Lumber Yard. 2200 Edison Highway. Bakersfield. 7-1-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures 2-piece tapestry living room set, full spring construction $154.60. 2-piece mohair living room 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 spring's, $39.95. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE Just One Block South of the Courthouse 29 1936 DODGK pickup. ',i-ton. has five new tires, for sale or trade (O2C666). 1933 pickup (O23389) for sale, cheap. 1936 Ford 4-door sedan, five good tires (8T3631), for sale or trade. Can ho seen at 3525 M. 29 1937 DODQE 2-door sedan (SB6137). Good condition, good rubber. Can be seen at Fruit vale Service Station. Phone 2-9070. • 29 SlCL^iCR OH PURCHASER Do you need additional cash to complete purchase ol car? If go, just phone or drop by the ACME) FINANCE COMPANY opposite Mont«om«r5' Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, eonfldentla' service. W. J. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone 1-12-tf 1941 FORD V8 truck for sale or trade. Will take 1987 or 1938 car In trade. (BE90RO). Call at 1024 Bernard street. 28 1934 Master Chevrolet tudor sedan, good rubber: In A-l condition. Phone 3-2661. 19S8 FORD truck (CQ1296). 2-axle semi, 26 feet long. Will sell or trade for car. Good tires, new reconditioned motor, two-speed rear end. See it at 2004 South Chester. 30 3.939 PLYMOUTH pickup (EE74S5), In good condition Will trade for late model car, Call evening after 3:30 at 116 Coopei street, Oililixle. 27 1942 CHEVROLET truck (PC111), 208 Inch wheelbase. 16-foot flat rack, B-foot solid sides. Will take ca;' or pickup as trade-In. Can be seen at 1905 Niles street. 27 1931 MODEiL A Ford sedan. Good paint. newly overhauled, good rubber. J200 cash. Phon>i 3-1387, 27 FOR SALE—1937 Willys sedan. Good condition. Cheap. (03Y864.) 1530 Tenth street after 6:45 p. n . 27 FOR TRADE—1937 Dodge pickup (3C1573). good shape, 6-ply tires, for 1937 or later car, Plymouth, Chevrolet or Ford preferred. Phone 2-7B36. 29 193:i 2-TON Q. M. C. flatrack truck with power winch, nearly new rubber (PCRR0941). Phone 5-5710 FOR HALK —1938 Fiat (1N5656I. In good condition; very good gas mileage. 1520 Qulncy street. 27 FOR SALE—1938 Bulck special 4-door sedan (219231), radio, heater, defroster and electric clock; Rood tires. Can be bought for small down payment. One block west Magunden on Edison- Hlgh- wn y. J7 1941 FORD 1%-ton truck (PCC935), flat rack, good 8.25 tires. Eaton rear end, Mercury motor: In uxcellen' condition throughout. Will take car as trade-in. 1921 Forrest, between H and Oleander. 1933 CHRYSLER 6 sedan (14N702). with five new recap tires: hody paint and upholstery in good condition. One block west of Maeumlen on Edison Highway. Route 7, Box 482-C. 27 FOR SALE—1934 V-8 coupe. (9F4839). Motor, tires and radio in good condition. Make reasonable offer. 2431 L street. Phone 2-2290. 27 For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—-Automobiles FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO TOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK. CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tf TWO-PIECE wine-colored Ilvlne room set • walnut dinlnit room set with buffet; bedroom set. complete with prewar box sprinKs and innersprinc mnttress; Atwater-Kent console radio and Xenlth table model: hich chair: crib; chest of drawers, dresser and miscellaneous. 6 to 8 p, m. 3531 Chester avenue. 27 Full Panel Beds All-Steel Coll Spring* 45-Pound Mattresses Spring-filled Bed Divans 4-Piece Bedroom Set Oak Lawn Chairs 112.95 $10.85 $17.85 $59.95 $42.95 $5.95 "A Small Store Bulging With Values' ATZ-SMITH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 29 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furniture, household articles, appliances, tools, etc. Prompt, courteous service. Victory Furniture, <18 Union avenue. Phone 3-1005. »8 USED FURNlTURFi wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021. «-lS-tf USED FURNITURE, tonls. itoves. miscellaneous articles of \}\ kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service and parts. Furniture repaired. Boli Mnrley's New and Used Kurnlture Storn 1800 Q: 4ft FOR SALE—I.arce wood heater, bed and springs. 607 Date street. Phone 8-8845. 27 FINE QUALITY twin size mattress, like new* $13.50. also Bnod box spring to match, $12.60. 1619 Thirteenth street. apartment 4. 27 PREWAR furniture, dining room table, dresser, breakfast table and chairs and gas heater. 2205 Brundage Lane. 28 FOR SALE—Table-top gas range, dining room set, Including six chairs and buffet, and all-metal Ice box. 417 Monterey. Phone 2-6959. 27 let. Phone 29 FOR PALE—Five-piece bedroom 2-3675. KAPOK camp bed mattress, oilcloth back. Can Be rolled. Used little. Rug, 8.3x 10.6, fair condition. Some dishes, pictures, electric corn popper. 424 Truxtun. Phone 8-8340. 28 FOR SALE—Living room table, bedroom rocker. table lamp, electric cooker, drapes and pictures, doll buggy. 1404 Chester Place. STUDIO COUCH, divan and chair, oak table with six chairs, two Congoleum rugs, 9x12; dresser, folding cot with mattress; BBS healers and miscellaneous articles. Call at 30fy H street after 2 p. m.. Friday nnd Saturday. 28 BEDROMM SET. ItirgT cooler, baby bed. Ice box, plnno bench 'nnd other furniture. Phone 3-2364. i PREWAR 2-1619. bed divan,' — L wine color. Phone 28 FOR SALE—Leather davenport. good springs, not worm, $25. or trade for good lawn mower. Call 2-3239 before 3 p. m ' • 29 PIANO, cooler, and two small living room heaterjs. 719 Pacific. FOR SALK—One rocker and one rug, 7 feet 8 inches^ long. 36 Inches wide. Very reasonable Phone 2-6132. For Sale—Miscellaneous WE HAVK THE Rubber belling Chicken wire Binder twine Stocks an I dies Ratchet handles Casters Claw hatchets Diagonal tillers Crescenc cutting pliers Needle-nos, pliers Nippers Honk scrapers Cotton Scales and sacks Kathroom sea Irs Nails, mitre boxes Hotshot batteries , I'laahliicht batterip* Wire wheel brushes Ill-speed drills Tommy axes Bamboo rakes, made In Mexico Can openen Snap clothespins Oil cloth Htoel woo! Paint Galvanized milk cans Klectrlc hand drills Vises Clothes Wringers Hardware cloth Clothes hampers Blow torches Mcnt blocks and sawn Car batteries Electric Wire Drop Cords B-X Cable Tool boxes Shovels Wedges Master Wrench Grape KniveH Defrosting Trays Yankee screw drivers Wood stoves Slaplo bedroom suits Juvei.ile Chairs and rockers Juvenile Table anri chair sets Wood blocks, single, double, triple Pocket knives Cleavers Raws Levels If you can't find it anywhere else LOOK FOR IT AT Hardware and Restaurant Supply 1322 Twentieth Phone 3-OJS1 FOR SALE, SEWING MACHINES Singers and Whites. 1509 Wes Kighth. Phone 9-9437. 2! Flying and balsa model plane kits jeeps trucks, tanks, ships, fittings, balsa wool carving knives, dope and cement. Come in and look around. Kdward's Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth street. 8-22-tf REPAIR your own shoes. We carry good stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornune. IC06 Nlne- teenth street. 8-23-tl PORTABLE Hercules 4-cyllnder gasoline water well engine. Thompson Dairy Potamnc Drive between Quantlco nnd Oswald. ONE GO-pound Victor light feed acetylene generator. Parjuin & Bryan weldine, corner 93 Highway and Pierce Road. 28 FOR SALE—No. 9 McCormlck-Dcering horse mowing machine, also several new International self-dropping hay rakes, 10 feet and 12 feet. A. H. Karpe's Implement House, Bakersfield. Wasco. Delano. 23 FOR SALE—Used 14-foot Jumbo hydraulic leveler scraper. Complete with hydraulic pump for same. A. H. Karpe's Implement House. 61!i East Nineteen!! street. Phone 9-9671. 2S ONE work mule. 300 lug boxes. Half-mile south, half-mile cast off Green Acres store. H. T. Van Buren. 28 SMALL wood lathe for sale. Call 7-7865. 27 6-YARD metal dump bed, with Woodman hydraulic hoist ,for truck. Brownfleld Wrecking Yard. Phone Delano 4171. 28 FOR SALE—Large prewar leather baby carriage, good condition, 125. nil Seventeenth street. FOR SALE—Norge "-frlgerator. excellent condition. Nice level lot. tr.xISO, 19 fat hens. Jl each. 806 Decatur, Oildale. Phone 2-1809. 28 FENCING—Wards Farm Store carries a complete line of stock fencing. Stop your next trip to trwn. Hog fencing. 26 inches high, $11,30 per roll; 32 inches high, 59.70 per roll: poultry fencing. 4 feet high. $8 per roll. Limited quantity per customer. Montgomery & Ward Farm Store. 2626 Chester avenue. Phone 7-7871. 28 HORSEMEN—If you need a good saddle blanket, come In and- look over our large stock genuine Navtf'^s in brilliant colors, both plaids and stripes. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, 2526 Chester avenue. Phone 7-7871. 28 RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone S-9278. 4-24-tf rtBOAPPINd Bring your nld tires to us for recapping. We use Grade A rubber: 24-hour service BENZINOS SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets 8-6-tf RADIOS, etoves. furniture. 8x10 and 16*16 tents, and all kinds of secondhand goods. Pumpkin Center Second Hand Store. 27 DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize In mirrors and mantels, wells and doors. Rakersfleld Glass Company. 1715 Nineteenth street. 1-in-tf 'RACTICALLY new building, made out of redwood. 40x16, open front. Inquire 418 Goodman street between 2 and 5 p. m. 2J) WINCHESTER pumpgun, 1912 model, 12- Kauge hamtnerless, 2 'A boxes of shells; Sfi'i. 111 Kast Eighth street. WILLIAM GOKRTZKN GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL, FERTILIZER SPREADING PHONE SHAFTER 684 BOX 487, SHAFTER, CALIF. RATTLES — BALLS — BOOKS CRAYOLAS — DOLL CUT-OUTS GAMES FOR ALL AGES BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO. 2015 CHESTER AVENUE ,AD¥"S black kid health oxfords, worn onc-e. size 9; no stamp required. Phone 2-2974. CHILD'S DESK and doll bilEKy. also Underwood No. S typewriter, all prewar. In good condition. 1902 Twenty-fourth street. 28 ONE .30-30 Carbine rifle, with two boxes of shells and small auto buffer and sander for sale. 35 Ohio Drive. 28 'LARTERINO scaffolds, all sizes, other tools; also dainty maple high chair; small do? house made by carpenter. 620 T street. •"OR RALE—O. 2-OC52. E. electric Ian. Din I 29 JN1TED STATES Signal Corps g X 30 binoculars, complete with carrying strap and case, guaranteed, $:iu. Hox U-25, The Callfornion i"OR SALK—Two-peice Phone 2-0.i22. overstuffed set. 29 RALK—Junior lied and rloiin mnt- tress. $15: 5-Knllon water can with faucet; veterinary syrines for nous; du.kfl $1 each. 402 Water street • 29 ONH large hydraulic grapejuico PH-SH and grinder. Very reasonable. 1C. L. Huffhos. Phone 2-2460. 28 "OR SALE — 7VixlO Gardner- Denver FXC) mud pump. Unitlzed, butane power. Phpne _!•-!> m. 29 'OR RALE Ph "n23 Prewar baby bimgy, liko new. 4 4. L' 9 •ISH WORMS— Phone 3-218G or call 1114 Flower street before 11 a. m. anil afier 8 p. m., all day Saturday, Sunday and Monday. 1!9 For Sale—Miscellaneous •armors ira ill ANNOUNCING WARDS SIXTH ANNUAL DRUM-LOT OIL SALE; FINEST PENNSYLVANIA OIL, fitfc GALLON; BEST CALIFORNIA OIL, 4r,c GALLON. IN 55- GALLON DRUMS, PLUS FED-' ERAL TAX. YEAR'S LOWEST PRICES. MONTGOMERY WARD AND COMPANY, TWENTY- _F1KTH AN13_CrI_ESTER. 27 ONE G1LHUCK foldlne boat. $25: one hleh- ovi'n Wedcewood tras range, eood condition. $35, 405 Enst Twenty-first, ohono Sewing Machine Exchange 121S Baker. Will reimir your machine or will trade _ you n_ better one for yours. 29 I ENJOY meeting: my f-iends on the street since I "an hear with VACOL1TK. Clement Hershey, 2735 Center. Phone __2jOS_7 1 . ___ 8-2 9-1 f FOR SALE— 1000 good all-wool used sweaters, 20c each. 3822 Chester ave- FOR SALI3- Oildale. Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting nuto rp.rjlos. Aerials Installed while you wait. POSTON HADIO Corner K Street nnd »9 Highway 3-27-tf gafacrgfielb Calif ornian Thursday, August 3?, 1944 15 Poultry and Livestock TOP PRICES paid for late model radlo«. roston Radio Service. < orner of K and _?JL.y' ***** ".^P] 1 nn « 2 - 0< ' 8 • 2-1 Wll.l, PAY highest cash plnnc. Call S-S67.1. We Have Facilities and Available Tarts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and ?9 Highway Dial 2-041U 12-2-tf ATTENTION Blnod-te»r/.d habv chicks, brooders, poultry miE'plies anrl feed. We bu> your tggt Chicks Jli hundred. 2219 Cnlon. or 814 f'-'KhtJi Phone 1-1011 or 2-94S9 2-1-If BABY CHICKS 115 per hundred; New Hampshire RefU. Rhode Inland Reds, t'iymou'h Rocks. Roi.k ami Cod Cross n*n shipment every Monday order early. Also plenty of metal feeders fountains nnd iiMiitry medirincn. Ward'* r»rm Store. 252_i_Ctesler. <-]l^[ FUH SALE—Two »pan of (t<.nr, work rnarea. one brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat F'hnng Z-70C6 7-19-tf OFFERING n number uj outstanding yearling and !-year-ol<J registered Hereford bull? A. U. Karpe. Phone 9-9671 7 -?'-'j BAhT CHICKS started nn order We have colored broilers, roasting hens. River- ! view Hatchery. 315 Roberts Lang. Phone ' : _= •»?•'•> "'_. 7-1 ii-1f ! BUY. SELL or trade all kind; of livestock. I ' Phone 2-3022. Roy Jnhnson. 1 mile north ' j Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east on Hr. - kins Roml. 4 ;> ! Poultry and Uva«toch FriR SALE—OS f-^ler pis*. 5 brood *ov- f . 1 purebred rterksh'.re hoar. H*lf-ntl!« pouth of roundhouse on Oak street. *i. W. Solomon, Box 3.".7. FOTi .SALK—A dnpplo sray work hor«o. 7 y»ars old. weight l«r,n. a r'-al home: ntm blirk mare mule. 6 y»ara old, welcht Kino, broken hut not. too Bentl«; two 3-year-old anddle horws, both danrlion, rm» a rvilnminn Mly. weight 115(1, will mitkn Rood parade horf=". the other a, IIIOWH sreldini? of ihoruuehbr<*d stock, a rr:il traveler. J'jhn W. O-irter. 3'i mile* south of Arvin. Flione Arvln 30-W. _ evening.". ;g FOR SALK—Klevcn New Hampshire Cornell rail layinu ti"n=. J vear old. Jl.so ea-h. Phone 3-2r>3ti. !(ill North Inyo FOR SALK—30 layin? hens. Barred Rock» nnd few Redd. Phone 2-1080. 27 Dogs and Oth«r P«t« Cocker Spaniel and Terrier i iiushbred Cocker moth?--. 10x12 tent. 115 Cooner street. FOR SALE—!)x!5 condroleum rue. Phone 2-5439. 27 Hot Water Heaters t'.r, Laundry Trays Jiu Fruit Jar ~:,c. do/.. I*latfirm Scales Show Cases StOOlH Ice Cream Maker Beverage Cooler "\Vooden Bowls Dishes Stock Potfl Steam Tables Itrooms Mops <'oolers Hundreds of other UeniK. Oswald's Restiiuiuiit Supply Tlti Nineteenth Street Phnni>_j!-!>. n , 17 r,o landscaping service. Phone 3-OSS8. 2!l PIANO WANTED—IliKhesi cash price paid for new r, ml used piano*. Phone 8-8981. . 9-1 3-1f WE SELL all available musical Instrn- .neuts (nipph'e.n and sheet music. \Ve buy used musical instruments reearrtless of condition. We repair all strlnsed In- strumem? nnd repnir bnwr Kern Music Stv..^ 90B_ Hnker_street 23 : CAR AKRIAI.S tor anv make ot cor. J4 96 and up. Postoii Radio, corner of K street nn.l !l Hichwaj. 9-1-tf FOR S L'"» SALK—Four bull calves Roberts Lp.ne. Phono fi- t: f> Jv ONTO hoa'-y team for snlo or trmlp leather, harness. Phone Arv n KITTJON to give third strtct. away at 19J5 Tweniy- ' 29 RENOVATING nnd Fowlgr'a Nursery. LIMITED riumber of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to persons having old Hoovere to trade In. Liber I allowance. Guaranteed factory parts and service. Call Weill's service department. 6-SSiil. 7-5-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. IronT toasters' heatlne pads motors, everything electrical repaired Money-tack guarantee. Huntley Appliance Seivlco and Repairs. 91J7 Water street. Phone 2-4570 28 GET VOIIR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber .tamp company. You will bt satisfied with Its prompt service. Pads. Ipks. daler* of all makes. 180S "Eye" 'street. Phone S-8102 <,1 171 TIRE RECAPPINO ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY K STREET PHONE «-6069 JUST received. lai-Ro stock of washing machine drains. 11.50. Pioneer Mercantile Company, Bakersfield and East Bakeis- flelcr 27 WASHING MACHINES repaired, quick service. Montcomerv Ward Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co.. 913 Baker, phons 2-9278. S-28-tf ONE WELDING TORCH, fishing rod and reel, S5 12-Kauco sholptln wit'-, shells. Phone 2-70 (6. complete. Steel Single barrel two boxes of RADIO*" -SoM trader: or repaired. We pivo expert service at reasonable prices. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. 31 HIC.HKST PRICKS pa id for used radios. Rakersfleld Radio Supply, 2808 Chester avenue Phono 2-5U>0. 8-Il-tf BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Models J29 50 Up All radios offered for salo have been reconditioned, and are puaranteed. SKKVICK ON ANV MAKE RADIO BAKERSFIELD RADIO SUPPLY 28 )S CHESTER AVENUE rndlo for snle. everything; com- cnsh. 3o23 M street, phone 1937 FORP plete Jl'r 2-OJ39. _^___ RICKENBACKKR eloctrlr steel Bnllni with case. $K>r. Evenines phone 6-(!'tfiS ^"O^Lrtk^Ptrcet. 2: CASH FOR your old rjulio regardlos? of apre, mnUe or condition. \Vo ))iok I hem up at your home. Phonp o r i n o n n -. - J I Jo . ,>( ONE table model I'hiU-o radio, condition. Price y.'l,',. IKiiJ s( root, one block off Nlles. ATTENTION, PO1JLTR YM K.\ I On.- Market Is (ipo-i We Pay r op*» for Fryera n 1 <: f!( •it^r One Block West of j^ast Hakrr = :ie.J Post Office 110*1 Kern Sheet Di.nl 2-"1'*c BRADFORD POl.'LTRV MAP.KLT Fin: SALK—ThorouKhhred Scotly. male. 1! yars nld. Phono H-3451. 28 HKAt'TIFi: (f,: 'L Irish Setter pups for sale. ht.iutir.g stock. Phone 5-528-. 2!) i W.\NTI:D—A .Phnn» 3-l7.-, pui'py. small breed of dun. 23 \'II,1, exchange some g.ioU work ho youiiK cattle. A. 11. Karpe. 9-9H71. FOR SALK—Punpies. I 11 r t Third P! reef. Fowlcr'w Pet Shop. Phone 2-4587. 29 1'hor.p FOR SALE—Three.year-old Jersey and 1 . Holstein cow. .'Pii to 4 gallon* niillj i daily; calf G weeks old. :i!.«n 1'-*vhu,.: ! tmilrr, odd tirrc. Hnkersfield. Kd UO W Webb. slviiK'on. K;i«i FOR SALK — Two milk cnai*. one kl.l fi i monthn old. Quarter mile east of K;i : r- | fax School on Red U.ink Rnnd, Itox .Vo. i ST". L") i For Exchange—Mi«cetl«neo«i« VAXT TO TRADE—Case of 16 gauge. No. 8 .shot (trap load) for <-asn of JO gauge Xo. 6 shot. Write P.nx fi4fi-S. The California.!. 27 Legal Notices S-CO.MPARTMENT rabbit hutch, 4 doe... 1 milk goat. 4-monlhs-nM kid l.'>0 Red nnd White young chickens. 237 East _ Fifth . ___ __2 S 9 POKS. 2 bucks, also 7 double Imlr-hes: 14 Hed lavinB bens: I rooster. Take one or all at a bargain. 1221 Munterey- street. __ ^^ 27 in Knof Stockiot WILL STORM phino for use of name. p i yo_nxccl lent fare. Phono 2-." S !> R. 120 rSASE Hohner accordion, $125. 4-4 in:. rhon Fruits and Vegetables SE% THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. ' 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 29 New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock In Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 3D I'HB OFFICE OF PRICE AD.MINSTRA- T1ON has set dollars-and-cents celling prices on used refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maxmlum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual selling his personal household effects. For information concerning these and all other celling arices, call the Rakers- field War Price end Rationing Board. Phone 9-9419. 5-13-tf FOR SALE—Used 260 to 800 Intermittent Q. E stationary welding machine. C. L. Stancllfi phone 6-5837. 8-22-tf VALLEY'S FINER FOODS Twentieth and Union SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY COMPARE QUALITY AND PRICE BEFORE YOU BUY urge No. 1 Orange Cling Field Box, $1.49. Atascadei-o Barllctt Ripe Bartlclt Fine for eating. Local Juice FOR SALE—New Adrian baled hav loader: also one new Case 66-h. n. Dumping en- Rlne. C L. Stancllff. Twenty-fourth and N streets. Phone B-6837. S-22-tf FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 3 Miles South of Town 34 'Invasion ol kutope" and "Rome Captured by Allies" anu o'-her newsreels: 8-mm and 16mm. scenic adventures and sports Pictures. New cartoons. Little King, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, etc, Edward'* Camera Exchange 1609 Nine- _teenth. 9-19-tf DERIl KIl'LK—Winchester .32 special, peep sieht. two boxes shells, $65. Hee at 1015 .North Cheater, Oildale. 9 a. m. to r* p. m. 2S "OR SALK—MinneapoliH-Moline 10-inch hammermill. wtme HH new, SI?.". .Iiieob Ciimcnisch. Huuie 4. Box 3<i8, Nord Jtoad. _ 28 AD1IOS' fur jncket and coats: six steel Venetian blindx, HreleHs cooker; pair andiron.s: Klusmvare; other items of clotbinK. 1'lione II-51!M. 2 L street. 30 Sl'RIXCFlKLD HJFK, very good i-on- dition, Home shells; ludy's tailored suit, fize !t or 10; In.ly'H all-wonl co;it, .siy.e 10. Phone L'-lli7S. watermelons, :<: 30r. 0-FOOT land plan« for sale by Mueller. Alagunden Blacksmith Shop. Al ^!l 000 SQUAnM FEET extra heavy corru Bated Iron, 6 and 10-foot lengths. Jncob Cnmenlsch, Route 4. Box 368, Nord Road. 28 For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures | For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures :ELLENT VALUES IN USED FURNITURE GAFFERS & BATTLER HEATER "WICKER BABY BUGGY KITCHEN CHAIR FyLL 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 EIGHTEENTH AND H STREETS $6.95 $2.95 60c $9.95 $2.95 $u'.95 $3.95 $5.95 $3.95 $9.95 $21.95 $9.95 149.95 $99.50 S-26-tf ,OW PRICKS — Ire Ib. ; nucoa. 25c Ib. ; all coffee, 1-l 2 IbH., fjl^c: canniint jnrH. plutn. 02r Am., qt. 27c: HUKar. 10 lb«.. fi'jc; lllii- ouirk. l'9r; Alia l.lnek toa, '.i-lh.. l)9c: Cudaliy'ti clloppci! ham, S'/ii-Ib, can. oye; Freiu h Htyle Hiring benn«, no points, $:'.it9 per ease; Tuna flakes, no limil. .1"c ran. Kein Hauch Miirk.-t. 13:11 Flower_ street. ^ :'S "OR SALK— All-metal blower cooler, %-'.,: circiilatinB tas beater. Hi; 12-im-h oseillatintr fnn. $2(1; nlnrm rlorlc. $,"., youmr la.lleH 1 clotbinK. Hl/.n 9 to 1_. very niee dresses, suita anil .-oats, will sell all for $20. _ Phone «-fi02:l. BOY'S blue slripoil wilt, size It to If,, tweed «l»ort toat, white tiixr-.lo coal and sport fihirlu, like new. I'hone 2-.;ir, _________ _ ______ FOR SALE — Cowboy boots, Hl/.e 10: combination fitting table, library tuble, of- _fi.'C_ilesk. _ 2110 Twenty-fourth slreel. 28 FOR SALTC — One /:a« circulating -heater and M-horHepower motor with 2-bl;ir!e _ f . 1 "L-__l. > ' 1 9Il!L-l? 72 7 Jj^rldjiy onjy. __ 2s FOR SALK — Salvaged caHing; 2100 feet I'l'-pound r»-irKh; near 2000 ffri 2S-poiiiul 8 B »-lneh: near lf>oo feet 40-pound lo-'fi. Nearly all in tfon.1 . ».n- dltion. All is l'i thread. II. K. Mr- Leniian. Fcllowrt tioat office. 1'lionn __lnark_lir,2, _Felhiws. _ _____ __ :"J FOR KALE— One 3". -hoiM-power AIIi«- f'halmors type K Iraek layer tractor. hutiine equipped 8tarter and Jtphts; one RxGO-foot land plane. Geor*je Hiiddiran. Ninth and High street, Delano, 1'lmue 7(141. 2'.l OUR PRICES AHE BELOW CEILING. PLEASE BRING CONTAINERS 2S 89c FOR FULL LUG. BriiiR your own containers, same kit.d of pears we hod year. The last ;o niio 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Xnu -dck them. Very best quality. BOo per Ing; bring your own containers. North Chester avenue, through Oildale. ?j]..loln.ljl<!_Jiin__ _f a rrn_ 3 ; TIUITKLOAD of :,'o. 1 f;iebtra peaches, for table, or canning, also large clingw. 9r.c lug box. Please bring containers. Al*n slrlped wilerinelons. 25c. Maples Mjirket. ^fhlrd ami Union. 28 FOR SALE — Two Ilolstein heifer em; four Guernpev heifrrs, on,' heifer; ono first-ralf hla^k Jers eow; 1300-pound wmk mare iu ' sprlnR- V milk 0 Knst L'9 FOR PAI,E—Approximiitelv 10.1 fine lired rnbbits. does, fryers and lun-kw; also extra fine butcher. Take all or any rmrt. H.iilding 40x11. feet, practically new, made of fine redwood; T'lO feet of fi-foot chicken wire. 1-incti rnewli; 300 feet of I'X-IH: lake all or anv part. In- quiro 418 (Joudman street betueen 2 arid 6 n. m. 2 a NOTICE OF HEARING WHEREAS. In conformity with Sections 2S91 and 2893 of the Education Cod*, a petition has been :lled with the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern. praying for an order to be made admitting 1 and annexing the Stine Elementary School District to the Greenfield Union Elementary School District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th» said Board of Supervisors baa set laid petition for hearing at ths 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 fhe. Courthouse, Bakersfield, for the purpose of hearing all persona interested concern- In? said petition and to make It* appropriate order granting or denying the same. By order nf the Board of Supervisors, this 14th day of August. 1944. R. J. VEON, County Clerk. Aug. 17; Sept. 1, Incl. KERN BIRTHS RECORDED n.\Ki:n.snKi,i> ALFARO— To wife of Gilbert F. Alfaro. a daughter. Kysuhel. August 7. ANDERSON—To wife <,t James Ross Anderson, a son. Kenneth Itoss, August 2. ARCHKIt—To wife or Homer Augustus Archer, a son. William Lester. June 8. AHV'IZC—To wife of Julian Arvlzc. Jr., a son, Karl William. August 4. BOWMAN—To wife of James franklin Rowtmin, a son. Danny Hay, August 3. BO/EMAN—To wife of Will Alfred Bozeman, a son, Jimtnln Dale, August 6. BRYAN—To wife of Elmer Leo Bryan. n won. (.Jury Leo. August 4. BIIRRIS—To wife of Audry llurrls. Jr., a. di\UKhter, Pamela Ann, August 5. CJIEKKBAUM—To wife of Raymond Astor Creeknnnm, a son, Raymond Willmrn. August 8. CRUMLEY—To wifo Crumley, a dauehte. August f> CURKAN—To wife of of Newton H. , Peggy Frances, Waller William Curran. a son, David Walter, Au- KUct U. DENNIS— To wife of Clifton Elbert Dennis, a son Hnnald Gene. August 8. DOSKIl — To wife of Wllhurn Nelson I)o«cr. a daughter, Elaine Ruth, Ausust 2. GREGORY — To wife of Nolan Franklin Gregory, a daughter, Nola Renee, August 3. HART — To wife of Jesse Herman Hart, a son. Larry Don. AuKUst 4. HERMlTTIi— To wife of Marcel Petnr Mermlttu, a son, Eugene Leon, Au- ITTNKR— To wife of Frank Edward Htner, a son, Robert Charles, Au- KUHt 2, JESRUP — To wife of Maurice William Jcssup, a daughter, Sustin Leone, August 3. JOIIN'SOiV — To wife of Murrell Wayne Johnson, a. sun, Lloyd Wayne, August It. LACH — To wife of Stanley Anthony Lach, a daughter. Helen Louise, August 7. LASSMAN — To wife of Hal Allen Lassman, a son, Hal Allen, August 7. LOVKTT— TII wife of Leonard Preston Loyelt, a daughter, Marlean June, Au- SIi'oKHER— To wife of Johnnie Martin McdelH'O, a BOH, Keith Martin, Au- Biist 4. NEWTON — To wifo of Troy Nowton, a j sun, William Michael, Auirust 4. O'CHESKY— To wifo of James Louis O'Chesky, a daughter, Patricia Ann, Au- pust 4. rODOSKK — To wife of Thaddous Podosek a mm, Alan Michael. August 12. POIITKH — To wifo of Finis Emanuel Porter a daughter. Janet Marie. Auffust Iti. RAMIREZ— Tu wife of Damaso Itamlrex daughter. Gloria Toresa. August 13. REYNOLDS— To wife of Roy J.-imes liey- nold.s a daughter, Sandra Kaye, Au- BUMt 1.1. oDKtUUrcZ — To wife ot Salvadore Rod- riKuc*. a son, CliarloM, July 27. RU1H— To wife ot Homer Ruiz a daughter, Carolyn Sue. AuRust 12. SHANNON — To wife of Donald Charles Hhannon n daughter, Sara .McLean. August !). S A. Ml UK It— To wife of Carl Blalne Sampier, a son. Carl Louis. AuRust 5. SANCHEZ — To wifo in' Doneii-lo Leonard Sanchez, a son, Jimmy, AiiKUNt 7. SCHNEIDER — To wife of Clifford Paul Schneider, a daughter, Paula Sue, August 3. SCTIRADRR — To wife of Rnhr-rt Henry Schraeder, a son. Hobert Louden, Au- KUHt 4. STUCK— To wife of linrl LeRuy Stuck. Donald Gone, AUKUKI. 6. SWINDKLL — To wife of (Jcorcn Daniol Swindell, a daughter, Nancy Jean, August 6. ^\nU — To wife of James Lee Stnrr a nauuhtor. Mary Klizabctli. August 14. THOMAS— To wife of Mn lone Edwin Thoman a daughter, Dlanna Jean. Au- Biist 15. TOMLIN— To wifo of Richard Theodore Toinlln a son, Lyncll Maurice. August 10. TAFT COKKR—T.T wife of Clifton Merle Coker, a daughter, Stephanie Merle. July 25. DUNCAN—To wife of Claude Ennis Duncan, a daughter, Joyce Ann, July 28. HALL—To wifo of Robert Wtndeck Hall. a son, Thomas Edmund, July 24. JONES—To wife of Virgil Forrest Jones, a daughter, Virginia Rose. July 21. KEI3NE—To wife of Thomas J. Keene. a daughter. Margaret Michelle, July 23. LAMPP—To wife of Larry LeRoy Lampp, a daughter. Cecilia Jane, July 25. LEE—to wifo of Fred Tong Leo. a ion.- Kenneth K.. July 18. LUNSFORD—To wife of Balrd Lawr«?nc« Lunsfnrd. a daughter, Mina Claire. July 22. NIX—To wife of Lee Nix, a daughter. Linda Sue. July 30. NOTARO—To wife of Samuel Notaro, twin sons. Richard Lawrence and Rudolph Lloyd, July 27. ' PRYOR—To wlfa of Isaac Pryor, a son, Lawrence. July 21. HAMSDF.LL—To wife of George Melford Ramsdnll. a son. Michael William. July 22. RKCTOR—To wife of Elon Morgan Rector, a daughter, Judith Anne. July 51. RK.NNKT.S—To wife of James Frederick Rennets, n nan. Jimmie Charles. July 21. SCHAPP—To wife of Jim Scott Schaap, a daughter, Judith Irene. July SI.' TURNER—To wife of William E. Turner. a daughter, Joan Kay. July 29. ARVIN BITRTAMENTE—To wife of Wayne Frank Butttamente, a daughter, Sally Jo, August 2. GOODWIN—To wife of Benjamin Goodwin, a daughter. Roberta Marie, August 1. KILLIAN—To wife of Charlie Loyd Kill- Inn, a son, Wesley Ray. August 9, PARROTT—To wife of Raymond Steven Parrott, a son, Steven Allen. August 7. PRIEST—To wife of David Luther Priest. .1 son. David Lee, August 5. WHITLICY—To wife nf William Monroe Whltley. a daughter, Leaetta Darlene. AugllBt 5. r I.AMONT SIERRA—To wife of Ramon Sierra, a daughter. Maria Klena. August fi. RUTH—To wife of Harold William Ruth, a eon. David Dean, August 2. PltiMAN—To wlfn of Frank Marrion Pigman, a son, Milton Duane, August 6. DELANO ESKEW—To wife of Clayborn Eskew. a daughter, Sharen Kaye, July 31. O'BARR—To wife of Lay Raymond O'Barr. A son. Gary Wayne. August 1. 8ALCA—To wife of Morris Salca. a ion. . Kenneth Morris, August 4. SALOADO—To wife of Trinidad Salgado. a daughter, Calletona. August 7. STILES—To wife of Aze Howard Stiles. a son, Leroy Howard. August T. WINTERS—To wife of J. T. Winter*, a son, Johnn:-- Talvln, July 18. MIAFTKR BAKER— TO wife of Ellis John Baker, a son. Marvin Kdsel. August 3. HARRISON— To wife of Tom Jefferson lIiirriHon. a daughter, Wanda Faye, Au. WlKOFFTo wife of Austin Ceril kni'f. a son. Jack, Lee, August 1. Wt- McFAKl.AXD DAVIS — To wife of Austin Eugene Davis. a son. Hobby Gene, August 4. COLEMAN Coleman n daughter. Dluria Lucille. August II. WILLIAMS— To wife of Knox Bnndy Will- lams, a daughter, Linda Kue. August 6. WASC'O To wife of Brownie Kdward son, Paul Wesley. August 5. son. W . . , .,.,t r¥» I f M 1 rt T., . •-•-••V...M.. n. n',.1, i. mn ^•colfj', n.1 ALLACFv— To wife of .Tames Owen Wai- DARUV—To wile of J li Darby luce, a son. Larry Jomes. August 3. .liirncs Kdward, Auiftist 5, WHITE—To wife of .James Harold White, III: 17—To wife of Saluador R Ht'TTOMVII.I.OW TAr-KITT—To wife ol LeMer T;i »on. I'liarieH <!]enn. AuKust 4. TAVI.OH—To wif^ (if Olhnla rtolirrt lor, n aon, A linn Hay, AlltlUHt G. . Ruiz a daughter, Virginia. August S. VILLARHEAL — To wife r.t Joseph R. Villa rri'al « son. Uuben Joseph. August 9. WI'.KX — To wifo of John Dennis Wren a. daughter. Anneita Darlene. August 4. kjtt, a Tay- Cameras and Photography WANT 35 mm. camerii. Phone 8-8988. 57 FOR SALK—One Unlvex 8-mm. projector, special 'ens, $12. Also 11 White King pigeons, 20c each. Take all. 2031 Kentucky. 27 Typewriters, Office Supplies WILL PAY CASH for typewriters. nddln« inachlnei, checkwrlters and cssh registers. Lynch Typewriter Company. I COO Chester avenue. fl-29-tf FOR SALE—Remington portable typewriter In good condition; also several sets of Emanuet Hwedenhnrft* bookr. In excellent condition. 1020 Oregon 27 No. 1 pxtrn large fanry Liljby C'ling peaches, for canning or table use. Also No. 1 pears, from the coast, no worms or hard cores. Bring container?. jfiOO Palm Drive, cor- nor Pacific, near Kern General Hospital. _8 FOIt SALE—No. 1 onuiB"~cimir~Pe«ehp;.. hi i «e field liliiM. 107 liii_st_Seyemh. L'9 CANNING PEARS Choice mountain grown Tehachapl licai's. These pears nre large slxo and will keep, $1.5!) per lug. Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone S-09U1. 1'S AI1OXSOS A ron.sun gust ^. LOST IIILLS -To wife of Udwlii Leonard a sun, Gerald l^avvrence. Au- OII.D.A1.K LANEY—To wife .if Tedfi.'rd Baruck Laney a daughter. Judita Ann. AUKiibt 3. Sul'.KNSKN—To wit,: of Harold Peter ^orenaen a daughter, Linnya Suzanne, AUKilst 5. THO.MPSON—To w;t> of Ruhl« Mllum Thompson a win. Douglas Alan, Au- OBITUARY NOTICES I.VNCII, THOMAS IIKXRY— Funeral ifcs Inr Thoniiis 11. nry I.ym h, lid. lli.Hl August ;iu al it Im'jil huypilal. will li« li.-!<! Si'iitcmlK.T 1 ul 8 a. m. at St. .lusenh's Oniri-h. Hi.; Rovorem' Thimias J. Karl.-y nffu-iatniK. Ho.sary will lj« .-ondii! U'il AiiKu>t 31 al 7:30 p. in. at Iho ll.iiwun .Miirliiary. Pallbearers will In; Ralph notlwll. Joseph Tooln. John Uassill. John .\l,'ugher. Clement Mviih uiul .1. D. Uurna! Survivmp Mr. Lvn.-h n rp I w.i «isliT.«. Mr-,. Mary Gr-on. Redwood City, Mild Mr». Johanna McCarthy. I'asii Ifiia; five ncplicua anj Ihr^u me. t.*. Medium Size, Full Lug 71k; FULL LUG Brint; i'our Own Containers 1019 Baker street, Enst Bakersfield 8-110-tf No. 1 LIHIliT I'KACHKS FOR SALE. 126 NORTH CHESTER. JUST ACROSS Rl.VKR ON KAST BIDE OK STREET. ;i2 CANNING tomatoes, BOc per lug. Bring container, pick thorn yourself. Mich.'l packing shed, Thirty-fourth, Just west of_catial. ^ _______ 29 CiOOU GRADK Atusratluro canning pearwT _ 7 5 c _ I UK. __ L' :i 5 1 _wl r(.r t. 2 a JRKK.V TOMATOES for dunvchow or relltih, also a few ripe ones, SOe p.'r IIIK; you pick them, on Pioneer Drive, between tttcrlliit; Road and Fairfai Drive or east on Nile* «trevt to first orango urove on . outh side, south' half_mile. Phone 3-2.1iiO. ,8 BLACKVJVE PKAs" You pick lliem. r><- lb.: okra. we pick. 10^ Ib. All you • wiint. "Humvanderui" Farm, t'luitvalu avenue. I'huno 2-70UJ. ID NKLSOV. OI.IF K.— Funeral services are. I'.'inliim' at l-i'juphty-Oilhoun-O' Moara I'Impel for Cllif L'. Nelstm, 66. who died AilKUHt 27 III nakorsfieUI Mr. Nelson was a wlno »'n rpetiter for IS years. Ten years ato he move.! to Oali Flats to do prospecting anil came to th.i Old Folks Homo in Kern Heiiera! Hospital t\vu years ;IKH. lioi'oro that he lived in San I'e.iro. wli. re he was a member and past Captain Canton of the Odd Fellows l.o'lk'e ami an a. live meml.er and tM.lpr i»f tlm Christian t'hur.-h. lie is survive.! l.v Ilia widow. .Mrs. Klwil.la Nelson, Ouk KlalH, Orecnlmrn mountain rv- | SMYTIIK, I'LACEIHA I'.M/ABKTH—Fu- ner:il services for Placedin Elizabeth Sm.MhP. 75. who .lied Aunrust 30 at a l.viil hospital, will be held September -' nt 10 a. in. at i.ireeulawn Ch.ipel, tha Hevomi.! n. i-. Barrett officiates. In- tertneiit will bo iti Hreenlawn Memorial Paik. Surviving Mrs. Kmythe are her . K "i!M. TS;i> riionif l^ar! Smvthr. nnd Elmer Lee Smyihe. both of Uakersfiolii; srand- dauuht-rs. Mary Lee Smyth" nnd Mrs. I.)iek .Abhotf, both of llakerstield; crand- nun. Dun Lee Sinythe. Vnlted Statna Army; Kister, Cora Lee Sinythe, Phoeni\, Arlx. IN APPRECIATION i ^V« wish to express our appreciation for th« kindness and tym-ithy of our friends and tor their beauiit'ul floral offerings .liirinB our recent bereavement. (Signed)' Mr. iind Mrs. K. O. Mitchell. Mr. »n.l Mrs. It. K. Mitchell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jlurion E. Milch»ll anrl family. Lieu- t.-imnt IIIHI Mr*. 0. W. Mitchell. Paulina Mlt'hrll mi.I Ali.M Mit.-bcll. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS (,KAVK MARKERS AT LOWEST I'RICES Ollire Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Coat Phone 7-7881 Cheiter Avenue at Thirteenth J. C. Fli«kl»|ir Frart Dlftor AMBULANCE SERVICB DAY and NIGHT

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