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Bakersfield, California
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f For Sal Improved Prooei (90) $5100 — In Gnrden Acres. lOOxIJOft Ir>t, nearly rev/ [>-room strict I y modprn homo. ffaVHgo. chicken equipment, a nu.o buy on today** market. J:iQOO canh, $'10 monthly or balance at 3 oer cent in- ror Sal Improved Farms (91) ROSE GARDEN— A very fine H-room stucco residence on two 50- font lots, only abou* 4 years old. In exr^llent condition. rear yard completely fenced. lota of fruit tree*, berries chicken yard. Twenty of room for another hnune when buildinsr rent r let ions nre lifted. $2150 cash, balance $50 per month, (92) MONTR VlfiTA TERRACK — Nrn rly new 5 -room frame home on I&ren terraced lot. Strirtly modern in every respect- Tola! price $4750. $1500 rash, ha In nee $40 per month, 6 per cent interest. THESE ARE GOOD BUYS No. 1—11'O fin-PS. 50 ThumpHOnfl, 57 alfalfa, ro«t votfetnhlo land; 3 P. P. , nil pipfMl; A-l Roil, Rood house, $40,000. ran Iiorrow $I!i),ono at 0 r ,r . No, 2~ 640 rrron Rood land. " houses and hnrns, $75 am*. No. 3—4"0 arrof*. fine uradc A barn. 1! hniJHo*. Id of i t dn Iry ranch; wolL pipo- Jint 1 *. ISO aereH now leased out till 1047 at Jl'ftO mtmth; a Kood investment, JI M I.- F100. i\o, a—SO nnoa. roujrh Uvrlod. S6M Hrre. No. 4 — 20 a« rpfl. power plant. Iioustf. pipelines; excellent Boil, $r>f)HA. No. 5 —1*1 ficiPB, smalt liouno. \vnll, SlTiOO. Nn. G — ItiO-arro developed ran* h, j JCi.OQO, real Rood tprmw. Konneih KPH- Klo. exclusive agent. Fix Icy, Tula ro rounty, ;io ••«ch and Mountain Property FOR SALK—Furnished hut) a a nnd lot*. K raster Park. inquire Kvanw Rloi e O\vnor will bo on rrnprrty over Labor 1 >« >', • 3 n Automotive Service, Parts COMPLETE body qnrt fender repairing. a!eo !rnnt wheel nllgnment. Charles a Garase. 1620 Twenty-elffhth Phone 2-7937. 828 Chester Avenue Phone 6-C7Til B r i Decia Best buy \vo have had to oflVr. new --bedroom, lartfu livin firopIiK.-c. very flnoPt special buy In a fine Terms. Appointment. J. T. (Sy) Wlrkrr. Phone 2-02o9, van). hume HBO A nearly loom with An extra for $8000. For Sal e—U n i m p ro ve d L an d LOrtAlN AREA 700 ncrcs of fine irrnz- Jnir land" plenty of water. Phone 2*7&r>4. 1671 Cheater avenue. 29 For Sal*—-Traitor* ,_^^K_^^k^^^h_^^k_^^k.^^k_^^k_^^b_^^k_^k__^^^^^k__^^h_^^K_^^k_^^k_^^^^^^k.^^^k^^^^^^ta f^f^f^*f^f^f^r^f^r^r*i^^^f*i^^i^^*f^f^*f^^r^r^r^^F^ READ* Caah for four Trailer. Trailer sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contracts, MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 8-13-tf 19;iti COACH model 16-foo. factory built trailer house; write tank, connection for rity water, two kindn of lights. Ire box. Three nil*n **ast of FamOBI. 3, il. Uld- liam, at a Imond orehirrd£0 2 CONTIENTAL houPe trailer. 2'J fent lone, very good ;ire'.var tirrn. 7.50x15; electric brakes, awninp. !Sx22 feet. 130R Grace street. GRANT piston rlnss last longer. Motor tuned up. erenslna and nlline: car storage, Blue Rlblxir Garage. 1916 Nlne- l-lfi-tf WE CAN PAINT Your Car Imme.llntely. OMAC Budcet Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMOB1LE DEALER Phon* G-5997 Elchteenlh and N lj-4-tf ON K STEEL open to.) vnn body, 7x12. 6 fppt httfh, $100; rood condition. Phonp Arvin 7:i. 30 For Sal Lumber WHILE IT 1x4 IxG 2xG 2x12 3x4 3x6 LASTS 2x2 CxG • 3x12 29 »r ALL-METAf, horse nnd stock c-ellpnt condition, taOO. SOU Kant :> Lanp. r. PX- Brun- 11 0 ^ *' B-ROOAI houne on lot 100 feet wide; a berry patch good for $300 a year net, garage, chicken house, extra 2- room rental and work shop; five large sycamore trees make this the coolest yard in town. $3500 ( with at least one- third down, balance $30 a month. S ee at 2128 Kci i tucky s ir P e t . 30 PRICED for immediate sale, trailer pickup, steel frame and body, pood rubber, 1 prewar tire, 1 retread; license 1944, paid; guaranteed to carry one ton. 1401 Eighteenth. A sso clot ed S t a tio n . ., FOR SALE, on E'erLhlnv Flrec-t. in California Park Tract, our honif. with nil prewar furniture, Lnrpe lot, eOxl'iO feet. private enclosure In hack ; lovely shad p. lawn »nd shrubp. C an 1)ft bought with or without furniturp. Must he .SOPH to he npprm-iatpd. I'ione !!-3S71. 29 N K\V 1 G-foot houHo trn ;ier. npwly painted in side and out lOquipped with hn II hitch nnrl lt*41 lirensr. See after fj p. rn. (Corner Knott and Haley. See sign on _ moj]__box. ______ ___ 2^| FOR PALR— Kartory-huilt trailer house. four; prfwnr tires, punrtnre-pmof air » ondit ioncr, nwniin;; also cu in pi*.- to room. &UU D street . \VaHcn. I'll 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 he closed September 2 and 4. Open Tuesday morn in p. KERN WRECKING COMPANY . ___ WRITE P. O. BOX S 83 _ 30 HOUTS & BOX Cut-rate Lumber Yard. SL'OO F.dlson Highway. Bakerafleld. 7-1-tf For Sale — Furniture, Fixtures OILDAIJ5 ll-un!t court, completely furnishetl. Tn- coniR S^-IT.iiO per month. A-l shape, $21.500. A nr?nt littlo homn, $2Sr»0. terms. BouthKHtp — Hntl'-acre, 6-room home, close in. $3750. terms. Bouthonst Brikorsficld. furnlnhnd duplex on corner lot. $;t!*85, small down East Bakersflold. OIIP acre, nice 3-brd- rnom with cellar. $3500. U. '*. FOR SALB— UHl Uamblnr brniNo trailrr. 1 (i-foot, Hl^'-pw two. (.Jnod rubber. T^iKht weight, pulls easy. Sput-t; i!, Oriintie ( Si-ovo Trailer Court. 510 Jiobcrts l,ani\ It i v c- r v i e w . _ __ 2J) FOR SALK— A 2'^-fnnt faetnry-biillt house r at 115 West Warren avenun. °/ re OJT>DALK— Clenn 3-room house, hath, fiO- foot corner lot, two blocks from bus, M 50, $900 down, $20 monthly. Phone .H. Warnork. 2-fi44. r i. 29 FOR SALE— Man or boy's bi^yrlp. nt 1!I29 Twentieth street, or call 2-58:t7 n f i e rMri ' 2 9 A MAN'S bicycle for 135; boy's tricycle for $30. .See at 3105 Cbnater Lane. FOR SAT..E by owner, C-unit court on nast side. furnlHhofl. ono house a vn I table: 3 yen rH oi'l: $8500. one-half down. Cnll l!)3.'l HARLEY-DAVIDSOX. new recap.". ba t tury. old side ca r n nd budd y ana t . Jl^j. Jacob C'hmenlBch. Ruiite 4. linx ati8 ' NordRoa(l. 28 \VOUTHWHILK upcinir, fi-room stucro, like new, larifp llvhiR room, extra t-on- venlenoofl, 1'enccd yard, close to schools. h u&. Pw n oS-Oll 4 . 2 9 FOR RALE— Bicycle, alrnont new. small I fciiough tor boy, 1, ige enough for man. \ 1;')00 Baker Mreet. 2-pioce tapestry living: room set, full spring construction $154.50. 2-pioco mohair living room set, blue, wine or rose, $179.50. 2-pi^ce mohair frloxo living room set, tufted pillow back, choice of blue or rose, $209.50. Velour bed divan, royal blue, $105. Platform rockers with springs, $39.95. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE Just One Block South of the __ ___ _ Com* (house _ 29 FOR SALE — Prewar nil circulator heater. mc'itt t console Ptylo. excellent coudi- (473) TWO-REDUOOM house, partly furnished. Good location, near school nnd bus. Plenty of nhade. Trice only $4785, $iMS. r » down: may consider less. Phonn 2 -mi » 3o r2r» ;i s s FOH SALK—Boy'» bike. 24-inch. Phonn . 3-2^0C. l'!i I WANTED—Girl's 2C-Uu.h bit-VLlo. 1'honn : WALNUT dinitiR table, four chairs and buf'ff/t, $","•; antiqun squaro Chk-Uri jnsr iann. L'00,1 tli-fond stryct. J'hone l'!t ! FOR SALE by owner, leaving town, modern --bedroom home, hardwood floors. tile sink. Ill Harding. Phone 7-7280, 28 FOU SAI..E — One-bedroom plastered house, garaso attached. Hardwood poors, tile sink, Venetian blinds; beautiful lawn. Nea rS k yH n o. $3 7UKm n e 3-2 3 64 . 2 8 HALE—<JhTs bicjxle. 1101 Virgin' 1 !! atreot. Cnll 2-04 !i7. L".i BICYCLE for sale, like new. lo\ r . FOR SAL10 — (looil piiiuo, or \\ p ill tradt* for hnrse trailer. Mrs. Foust. half-mile cast 20ti Beards- ! For Sal Automobiles FOU HALK—5-room modern house at C409 West California avenue. Hani wood ftnorR. double Rarn^e. IIICP lawn and Bhruhbory. Will ctve posHppBirin very noon. I'hone 2-3477 or cull at above ad- drpss- FOR SALE— Elcht-room rfmortelpfl brick house. 2-car pnrage. Walking distancp to town. $8000. Phone 2-6670. 29 SEVEN HOUSE?, each three moms, with cnr shed; steady incoino. Never any vacancy. i;il)00 cash aft I'm leaving: ShnftPr. All equipped with BBS. water rind plnr-tricity. Jmiuire Mouner ''amp. 1 U inilf-a north Shatter on Santa ]•> Highway. 29 FOL'U-ROOM bungalow in Soulheale Tract. $2^00. J100C cHHh. $30 monthly. Cull Mel Hay or Jim Jnrvln. Phone 2-0878. evenings 8-8131. Office 1524 Eighteenth a I I'ect. 28 HIGHLAND PARK—Cozy two hndrooma. large yar4. plenty fihnde trees. $1800 down, batanre easy lerms. By owner. FOR SALE—IflSfi \Villvs (SOMRSS). recently ovei hauled, pxt-cllent PUKIIIC. Rtind tires. Will commler trnding* for e<|iiitv in larger »nr. Call after 5. 71S Caslalr a_vejnue 1 _OjU|ale. I'll •li-TON HMl Hudson pickup trmk. fair rubber, Bond mechanically. (l'Cl-:Ei:;41. 401 FOR SALE— Hreakf apt nrt, with f.uir chairs. Phone 8-87S3. 11)3 Lincoln. Oil_ dale. ___ __ ^ __ __ ^'9 WILD CHKRRY and mahOKany boil. 300 years old. of antique \-alue: SO-coil . two rnalirf^ Phono 0-HLT.s 1 . 1927 DODGIC 4-dnor cedan. pood (ires, wood nif-chnniral condiHon; bdnw ceiling price. FORD 4-door firdnn. five Rood tirf-s . for sale or trade. C'au he BIMMI $10.85 SI 7. 85 $ 4 '2 . !t n FOUR-ROOM hotiHo for sale, Airport Acren, Norria and Bird. Full price. $4tir.O. termij. Phone owner. ._"-80_S9_. __ 30 DUPLEX and 4-room cottage, both facing street. Carnge for four earn. Duplex completely furnished, including electric refrigerators, automatic water healers, washing machines. Cottag* 1 unfur- niHhed. This property nets over l'2 r ,'o . On Korrest, n^ar lleale Park. Z r ull price $NOO0 ]i)24 V'nrrest. 29 OILDALE — Half ncre. in Sudan grans. fenced. 2-hedronm stucco plaHlnred bou^p. Jersey row. f»0 chickens. $4800. $2«00 down, $SO monthly. Phone Mrs. \Var- Tinck. 2-K445. LIST your property with us. J'nir treat- in on t, quick art ion. Twenty y-'aiV experience. Taylor & Taylor, 1000 Chen- 19S5 FORD coupe, four very good tiros, Koorl engine (yCliOSG). Phone 2-7271 aftnr 4:110 p. m. 1931 WILLYS-KNIGHT fi custom sodnn <l)By67-l), in good condition, very cheap. Phone 3-OGOl. 2!t ^ ^-^ ^ •— •— f^^^^^^fff^^t^^^^^^^ J ^^^^^^^f^ L ^^^^ — J " -^ ^ i-^— V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^u 1937 DODGE 2-door spdan (9R6137). Good condition, good rubber. Can be seen at Fruitvale Service Station. Phone 2-9070. __ 29 SELi-KR (IK PURCHA.SJSP Do you need add'.Llona! cash to complete purchase nf car? If so, Ju»t phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly confident la 1 service. W. j. "Bill" Bereman. raana«er. Phone -6796. ___ 1-13-tf 1941 FORD V8 truck for sale or trnde. Will take 1937 or 1U38 car in trade. (UE9080). Call at 1024 Bernar dat r o et. Full Panel Beds AH-Steel Coil t 4 r»-Pound Mattresses Spring-filled Bed Di> ans 4-Piece Bedroom Set Oak Lawn ('hairs "A Snia'l Store Bulging With Values" ATZ-SMITH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 HIGHEST PRICKS PAID for furniture. household articles, appliances, tools, etc. Prompt, courteous service. Victory Furniture, 618 Union avenue. Phone 3-1005. _ 88 USHD FURNITUKP: wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates. Bn.wn's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021. _ 6-12-tf USED FURNITURE, touts, stove*, miscellaneous artlcleB of •*!! kinds We will buy anything. Call 4-482S. Authorized Maytaif service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Morley'a New and Used _ Ku rnUure Storn. 18CO Q _ 46 PREWAR furniture, dlnine room table. dresRcr. breakfast table and chairs and irater. iiiiOS Bnjn (lage Lane. FOIt SALE — Five-piece bedroom set. Phone Attractive 2-bedrooin stucco, tile drain, floor furnace. Venetian blindP. Double garage. $4K. r .O. f^fiOO down. $40 monthly. Phone AlrB. Wornock, 2-644;V 29 THREE-ROOM house on half-acre, with poultry house, new garage, wash house nnd work shop. $2500. First lane north of Fairfax School, turn east, second liouaft on in'i-th. V. T. L»H«tPr. FOR SALE, by owner, 4-room home with fireplace, in Casa Loma. Inquire at 92 .'. Bunting Drive. 30 THREE modern housep, basement eanigp. $6HOO. 408 "Water ntr«-Pt. nd • For Lots COUN15H T,OT on A struct in Cedar Park; 6ti-fuot frontage, sidewalks, curbs, paving 1 paid. Trees in. At lews than the bare lot price orltf- imilly paid by own or. Frcal W. .Harvey, 203 Brower building. Phone 2-4^00. Evenings phone 2-4143. 19.18 FORD truck (CQ1296). 2-ux!e semi. 2»i feet long- Will sell nr trade for car. Good tlre«. new reconditioned motor. two-speed rear end. See it at 2004 __fiou t.h Chester . ______ ___ 30 FOR TRADE— 1937 Dodse pickup (3C1573). good shape. G-ply tires, for 1937 or later car. Plymouth. Chevrolet or Ford prf- ferred. Phon e_^_-7J>3_h. ___ S 9 1941 FORD 1^-ton truck <PC6935), flat rack, good 8.25 tires, Baton rrar end, Mercury motor: In txcellen' condition throughout. Will tnkc car as trade-in. 1921 Forrest, between II and Oleander. 20 KAPOK camp bed mattress, oilcloth back. Can be rolled. Used, little. Rug. 8.3x 30.C, fair condition. Some dishes, pictures, electric corn popper. 4^4 Truxtun. Ph o n e 8-8340. 28 STUDIO COUCH, divan and chair, oak with fcix chairs, two Congoleum 9x1 *J: dresner. fnldine rot with i*ess; sas heaters and misccilaneoup articles. Call at ;:06 JI Btreet after 2 i^__"T-^_Fridji_yjni!ul^atur_d^y. 28 PREWAR bed divan, wine color. Phone 2 -1 fi 1'.». i FOR SALE—Leather davenport. pood HPI-ings, not worn. $2f», or trade for good lawn mower. Call :!-32.1» before 3 p. m. Hit UIMCK S sedan (8FG740). Rood rnn- condition, $140. Mohawk Service Station. Twentieth and L gireets. 2!) FOR SALB — 1D42 Dodge pickup (PCfi4.'Ml. Cai bo »ecn a t 8 2 fi ChoHora venue. 30 FOR SALK — 1933 I'hevrolet muster 8nd;in (!>(..'! fiti 7). B'tiod tires ami «ood nit ml e. Sen til Fillinore street, third off Sti-r- 1 mf oft « 1 oi r i $ h i . .'to LOT 110x125 on West Boll. See owner .Sunday p. m. at 3531 Chesler avenue. Phone 2-685K. SALE — Two larKe corner lots, one mile north of Shatter, nt^xt door to DeWltt'H auto court. Phone 2-5646. For Sal Improved Farms I 10 ACIU3S fine soil, alfalfa, has good modern farm house, electric lights, two sleeping porches, large living room, kitchen and bath, hot water hrater. out- buildlnga, chicken enuipment, fruit trees, icrapeB. shade. I 1 ,™ miles northeast of lament. Excellent water condltionB, do- nioatic well with preasure system. $2I>00 will handle. 2S01 Avontie 1440 ACHES aemi-mouruain hog and cattle ranch. 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good improvejn«nt». best one-man hog and cattle Bet-up in California. 415 ACHES ol 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. Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf 4180 ACRES approximately, Improved farm. southwest of Old River. Improvements consist of two jjood houses, ricked well and pumplntr plant. Possession may b«s had on close of 1944 crop year. South half and north half west quarter of section 113. township 31 south, range ^6 east. Price $125 acre. Including? Improvement*: one-third down. s balance 5 years. Warde D. Waleson, 212U Chesten Phono ?-4884. :;8 20 ACREfci—About 16 acres In new alfalfa. Patch nf corn, family orchard. H nines. large barn and corrnlB. feed house, ahop .building, chicken houses and pens, one upan muIon. implement)* and jum a comfortable old country house. . Ideal for dairy. »tnck rnlHintr or turkeys. ]£)-' wood's, 192J "Eye." , : 42 ACRES of fine land on Oak street, 3}£ miles south of Brundage, fenced and leveled. Lots of ditch water and ready to be planted. A good spot to increase your hay or cotton acreage. $10,750, on terms; less than one-third down. Minerals excluded until balance paid. Freal W. Harvey, 203 Brower building. Phone 2-4260; evenings, 2-4143. 25 Clone to division ACRES. GARDEN BOIL city, editable for future eub- t'rke 107ft «crr eaiy term*, DKAN R, HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 1-01TI 1-21-U iy:i7 LA SALL13 (9A9:!0). in cnod nm t ion, by private owner. 2 SOI Akur»n. 5-538!i. 19:i:i PLYMOUTH c.iupe (9C189S). pond rubber and Knod t-ond it inn; cheap trans- portnton. 19::.') CIIKVROLKT 4-door sedan, priced right to sell. Can be Hoen at Twenty- first and H any time Saturday (9B3S87V __ _ _ ___ 20 FOR- RALE— li) 31 model A pickup, good _ comm Ion . _ Call Saturday.. 2-20(14. _ 29 FOR SALK— 19:12 Ford V-S coupe. I^ate 3!KJfi motor, new -rer! leather upholstery throughout, new top, five excellent tires, excellent paint. Going into service. Call 2-8104 or 4L>0 Lloyd street. (8F471J l-'OK SALIC— Tsetl ItxlU wool a xm inkier MIH: nml Ifidn?s riding boots, sizt! ti-A. Full SALK — 3-woMkN-oM rouni set tint) fi-pioro dinnotte pet. Kiarlow a Her G; all dtty Sunday lll!t> till 3. on ^ -' ppringH and mattress, t-h^H ter field with Bond HpringH, dresser. Phone 11-3302 SAT.K — SniMll L'-piefe living room sot and pi ul 1'nriii rocker and breakfast eel- FOll SAT- 10 — Hark niahnffany dint UK room M'!. R(IIK) condit ion, $40, Alwti wine vel- i; fi \l st iron; electric ni- xor; clet I ri<; sandwi-'h tonstt^r : cltn-i r ic l;i M ; electric (a hie lamp; e leu trie hcalor lamp; hair dlppr-rH; new headrest rhair; l^^'o \vhiltt kitchen chairs, and pictures. Phnnc ^-^r.'JO. 2-nipco living: room Hotn; three radios; dining sets; ^fonterey twin beds: double hods; dressers; vanities; chest B of drawers; desk, and miscellaneous. Open Sunday afternoon. 3531 Cheater avenue. H A n ll-wool Broudloom UG — !)xl 2 prewar rug and pad. '^_ _ LL-WOOL red 9x12 border rue, $35. 620 BATCY IJTCD for mile, includliifr $10 cash. If interested call 2-640i;. !) For Sate—Automobiles For Sale—Automobiles USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO i-irs YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICIC, CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tf Want«d to Buy—Automobiles Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS ELSIE W ILfJLfO^lLo vv FULL BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Cheater Avenu« Phone 9-9741 > Ml-U For tale—Furniture, Fixtures For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures ' For Sale—Miscellaneous IN USED FUnXITUHK 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 gafaergftelb Ca(t!ornian Friday, September 1, 1944 ] SAI.'; ni ; ii- k nikfi f-ir t;;nt..r, . - w . M, --. 1-Y.U--I. Sh.if:er. liaif- ,i -t nf M -i !" .-'i h"nl. \ I i ••-• i ; . .1 !i'l VI-'.I .. • lux.- >\ i; I.M;. ,1 t . ¥ Typewriters, Office Supplies PA* CA^H fnr tynewr'tere. artrVnt m**.*. r-h<" k'.vri t ers and cash yri^b Tvpewnter Oimpanv n •,•*•••(, -IH fi-CD-' f "~ Poultry and Uvestoch _ K 'R i-'AM;—\ d.irpi 0 =iiy work hora*. T » old. GOc i Fruits and Vegetables \ SO. or. $5.05 $3.95 $9.05 $-!!>. 0 WELL UPHOLSTERED LIVINGROOM SUITE $90.50 r i 1 1 i •! • M 'i\v«'r'* n * nil t -in* **. * and rrmny o* bf-i K -i > l*i i .>.-"&. ;il>o /» M ; a p!'t n * *, f) slrfff, t o! :;or J-"imi U'onMi >non Sund.i vs. :"' l' i Tn H na f Miy of \ o: : Arvm 1 1 f*f* t will ^ Arvm 20-VV. VALU-;V s rixrorx FOODS automobile* n .- o f <» s:iw. A Is ht** I"? - ut al ic hut I'M \V \ XT Ml > — Pin a ;i!X' m Iv. r ; rv ua -o r ' *' O 11 EIGHTEENTH AND II STREETS S-25-lf NKW 1 I omo new mi; ma rhino. Gibson r<?- f riKei a tor. Ucnr-ral K lor trio flat-top r;niKt\ gas hoaicr. new &;!-p;<( P *vl of dishes, breakfast set, floor In mp. love scat, uphoHtored chair, fruit jars, baby eh chu irs. Knn't Wot niattross; fruit, double bed wilh el pan in*, mattress and coil sprinps, 8 '(> xlO linoleum, tnrycln, toys, tahln radio, orutrhes. SATJO—Mahogany livins room y bod complete with ma ttrpss Hilk f IUHH rnatt renn; unpd rot I on no^s; separate baby niattrpss and about six- sncond-hnnd window shndoH, l»honp " '> For Sal«—-Miscellaneous \VE HAVK THE er belt ing < 'hicken wirn Hinder 1 wino StdcUs an I clir Ratchet handles daw hatchet q DloBonal pliers Crescent- cutting pliers Noudlc*nos- pliers Nippers Hook ccrapora (!oiton Scales a nd sacks Halhroom ecalea Kailfl. mitre bnxos IfotBhot batteries I* I;ishltf?ht batteries \Vire wheel bruahea }-ll^pe^1 drills Tommy HXPR Ham l*oo rakes, made in Mexico Can openers Snap clothespins Oil cloth Steel wool I 'a i n t Oft I vani zed milk ra ns Klectric hand drills Vises Clothes Wrinprra Ilardwarr cloth t'lothes hampers Blow torches Meat blocks and Car batteries Drop Cords B-X Cable Tool boxes ShnvelH Master Wrench Grapo Knives Defrosting Tra> « Yankee screw drivers "Wood stoves* ]\Iap)e bedroom en ite Chn irs and rockers Table nnd rhair sets blocks, single, double, triple knives Clen vera S a \\- s Lrvols If j(!U can't find it anywhere else LOOK FOR IT AT Hn rdwRre and Restaurant Supply 3211 Twentieth I'hone FOR SALE, SEWING MACHINES. Singers and Whites. 1509 West Eighth. Phone 9-9437. 29 owie o Flying: and balsa model plane kits Jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships, fittings, balsa wood carvln-. knives, dope and cement. Oome In nnd look around. Edward'* Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth street _ 8-22-tf REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for repairing Paul Hornung, 1606 Nine- tecnth street. __ 8-23-tt PORTABLE Hercules 4-cylinder easollne water well ensine. Thompson Dairy. Potamno Drive botween Quantico and Oswald. _______ 37 ONE 50-pound Victor light ferd arrtylrne eonerjitor. Pariuin & IBryan weldinu. _ op rne r i*9 JTig h way arid Pierce UoaJ. L'S FOR SALE— No. 9 McCormlck-Dcering borne mowiiiB machine, also several new Intornatioual fielf-droppliiB hay rak^s. 10 fnet and 12 feel. A. H. Karpo's Implement De I a 1 10 . House, akers fit-Id, \Vascn. FOR SALE— Used 14-foot .lumho hydraulic leveler sc rupee. Complete with hydraulic pump fur tame. A. H. Karpe'a Implement House, filii East Nineteenth atroet. Phon e_9_-9 6 7_1 . __ 28 ONE work mule. 300 lug boxes. Half-mile flouth, half-mile oast off Green ACJ-PS B ° re - H. T. Van Buren. 28 5-YARD metal dump bed, with Woodman hydraulic hoist .for trur.K. Brownt'ield Wreckingr Yard. Phone Dclann 4171. FOR SALE—Large prewar leather baby carriage, good condition, JUS. 1111 Seventeenth Ktreol. 28 FOR SALE — Norse -fngoriuor. excellent condition. Nice level lot, CftxlSU. 19 fat hens. SI each. S06 Decatur, Oil- dalc. Phone 2*1 SOU. FENCIN(J — Wards Farm Store carries a complete line of slock fencing. Stop In your next trip to trvvn. Hog fencing. 26 inches high, $11.30 per roll; 32 inches high, $9.70 per roll: poultry fencing 1 , 4 feet high. $8 per roll. Limited quantity per customer. Montgomery & Wa rd Farm Store, 2526 Chesler avenue. Phono 7-7 8 7_1 . ___ ______ 2 S HORSK.MKN— If yon nnrd a Rood saddle blanket, come in and look over our huge stock genuine Nsivs'^s In brilliant colors. both pla ids and stripes. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, 252(1 Chester uvenuo. Phon? 7-7S71. 28 RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. _ 4-J 4- tj rtECAPPING Bring your old tires to ua for recapping. We use Grade A rubber; 24-hour *ervict BENZ1NOS SERV1CK Twentieth and K Streets ___ 8-5 -t f DECORATE your home with mlrrort. We specialize In mirrors and mantels, wells and doors. Bakersfield Glass Company. 1716 Nineteenth street. 1 - 1 0- 1 f PRACTICALLY new building, made ..Lit of redwood, 40x10, open front. Inquire 418 Go o d n i an H 1 1 • c e L b e Uy ecji_ 2 a^nd Jj^p. in. 21) CHILD'S DESK and doll buggy, also Underwood No. B typcwrilor. all prowar, In good condition. 1'JOJ Twenty-four! h ONK .3U-.'10 Carbine rifle, with two of HhellH and amnll auto buffer and sunder for *mle. 35 Ohm Drive. 28 FOU SALE—G. 12. electric tan. 2-OC62. Dial 211 FOR SALK — Junior bed and clean innt- troas. $15; fi-«allon water can wilh faucet; velerinui y sy rings for hoiis; $lerich. -' alel ' flt m O,N*10 largo hydraulic grapojuirc and grinder. Very teuBonablo. K. L. Hughes. Vhone 2-246J. FOR SALK—7^x10 Gardner-Denver FXO mud pump. Unitized, butane power, Pti*yi e _?:P_i ; *I; ?M FOR SALK—Prewar baby biiffity, like new, 29 FISH WORMS—Phone 3-2188 or call 1114 Flowi'r Blr«'«?t brfor*; 1 I a. in. and nfter R ji. rn., alt day Saturday. Sunday n^-t Mondny. ' 29 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL PAT THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf Before selling; your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need car*. Motor Center Used Car Department, 8-6«tf WAITED to buy. automobile. Wanted Ktttd 2-ton trurk and prefer 3-axlfl trailer. Will pay good price 1C in good condition. 29 For Sale—Miscellaneous o o *•, hnirroli, other s, vi-iy rt'iison;il)]y prin^l. Cut I Inwrs, lunoral dosimis, CMI-SM^PS. AVlmlosalo prices. Kvorgrupn houso »c^ Id tif/tli and Union SPKt'IALS i TiirRSDAT, KHIDAV, SM <;n..-ka IK ATTENTION habv chicks. broM«r§. poultry anrt reed. Wo buy your tfffa. II'. hyndre'I 2219 Cnlon. or 814 n^ 7-T fi 2^ or 2-9489. 2-1-tt l'ty THICKS J15 p«r hundred; Fterts. Hhodc [aland Rocks. Ro« k ann Rod Crosa: n-»\^ 8!i:[im«*n- every *.fnndav order «nrly. Ai--.-. p!«?ntv or meinl feeders. Cnun tains medicinfs Ward'* Farm : ' l5S?er 4-17-tf Ol'TKFMN'i n numn*T ni f>'it ?ta ndinst yen r- Hereford COMPAUI': QI'AIJTV AND PRICE! l ' lj '"' A - H Kar ^ e - ^nne » Sewfnff Exrhance 1218 Raker Will mpaii your inachinr or will trado .voi-ii btMtrr 'iiu- fnii U'll p];mtS. Open Sunday. 7K T'hnno 2^7-IS. L".i j'l.ANKs, JUKI'S, MAKC.KS Cl'NS, IKONIXG HOARDS KXCKI'TlOXAhLY I .AIM IK LINK OK TOYS A XT) CJAMKS BAKRKSKIKU) HARDWAliK CO. .". C11KSTKK AVKNM'K BKL'OKK VOt: l;[*Y Xo. 1 Clin N. TOY meeting mv friends on the streot Binre i -^nn hear with VACOL1TK. Cle- Urrshcy. 2733 Center. Phone- FOR SALI2--1000 good all-wool used sweaters, 20c- e;tch. 3S22 Chester avr- nue. *- S Hot Wntr • Tlpntcra .1 ..•umd'-y 'l'r:i \ » J-'niit .lar J*]:it I inn Si- $10 75c doz. Stools c *' n rn M,-i £iu\\ Is Stock Pol-* Tattles IJumlrod* of other .-: \vii Uj's Rest an rani Supply Vlii NinHiL-crith Street J'hurie 2-9317 r.n RENOVATING and landscaplnp aervicp. Foxvler'a N urscry. Pliono 3-0 88 8 . _ 2 \> LIMITED Dumber of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to persona having old Hoovers to trade in. Liner I allowance. Linn rnn teed factory parts and service. Call Weill's service department. 6-6S 5 1. 7 -6 - t VACUUM CLEANERS Irons. toasters. hen tin? nade motor*, everything electrical repaired Money-! a ck guarantee. Huntl^y Appliance Seivico and Hepair^, 917 Water street. Phono 2-4 57 0 . 28 GET YOUR rubber stamps from Rakers- field's only rubber -tamp company. You will be satisfied with Its prompt service. Pads, Inks. dtttfr*= of all makes. 180R KyePtreet. Phone 8-8102. 4 S 50 -FOOT land u ol I e r ,M a Al plans fnr sale by ^ nilon_l^|ncjtsmi£]it jUiop. 3000 SOTTAIti: FKKT extra hnnvy corru- iron, t> nurl 10-foot Irnpths. Jaonh nsih, Ruule 4. Cox 3fi8, Norrt Tioiirl. PJIEWAII Taylor Tnt. small Imd with mat- e.sK, nursery ch;tir ninl baby bug^v Hi:i:i-;'.S your (.hanro. Cond clc;ni oat liny, :ibont TiO lens. T;i kc nne balp <ir nil. Do not call Sunday. JMiune 3-^07R. .K -- llnda in<lusirial inutor. 4 -cyl- ' inder. niod«.'l E. T. U. I'hone ^-57:)^. O.} HATIHNI-J'TK, like IIPW. for JG. 1'hono "'* K. •' Foi: PALK-Cypsnm A lunl, !»-vard n.irity. 2'*\-7'j Tf-ft, wnll built. •r, Golden Kngle Kill ins Station TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 17J" K STREET PHONE 6-6069 2-29-tf WASHING MACHINES repaired, quick service. Montgomery Word Apex and all ma kef) repaired nnd rebuilt. C.enpral Service Co.. 913 Baker, phona 2-!H!78. 8_- 2 8 -1 f ONK WELDING TOR^H. complete. Steel rod and reel, J5. Single barrel shotgun wit': two boxes nf shell*. Phone 2-70/5. 2J, t^ preac O . _ End nnd Pete KInssen, Phone 8-1759 nr 3-1546. 46 For SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 29 o o *d -f a JL New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 30 jE ADMIN.STUA- UFFJCK OF TION has set dfilln rs-and-centa ceiliriR prices on used refriReratore. washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters. bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These mnxmlum prices apply to every seller, even tn an individual selling hla persona! household effects. For information concerning these and ail other ceillne prices, call the Bakersfield War Price and Rationing linnrd. 6-13-tf FOR SALE— Used 260 tn 8UO Intermittent G. 12 Btatlonarv weidine machine. C. L. 8-22-tf FOR SALE — New Adrinn haled hav loader: also one new Case 55-h. D. ouinnlne en- pine. C L. Stancllff, Twenty-fourth nnd N streets. Phone 6-5837. R-22-tf FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLAXER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Hlfihway 89 3 Miles South of Town 34 MJl£ 1 a I 4 Invasion nl Tun ope" and "Rome Cap- lurud by Allies' 1 an ^ other newnreels 8 -mm and 16mm, ncerilc nil venture? and Hporlti pic tti res. New on rtnnnA Little King. Dona It] Duck. Mir key iMoupe, etc. * Camera Ex ?lmns^ 1 GO!* Nine- DKKli inl. 1 wo IKIXPH $*i,'i. nt 1015 Norlh CliOMtor. UUelale 'J a. n». to IK m FOU SALK — ill nneupoliH- Moll h;i rmiiprinill, name aw OaniuntHrh. Rnut*; 4. It nnd. JILT,. Jn " TjA7'>IJCS' fin .Int'ket ninl r-n;i t« wir HI ml bJliidH. firflcan i'<toUt-r; pair H ml i runt*; Kl.'j^Hwnrt-; nihoi HI-MIH nf clothinn. J'ltono 2-5154. 2 \ 4 nut" . i FOU SALK— Twu paiiH ball-b.-arin^ nrllr-r atrs; eli !'« all-wottt plaid Vout, t t \'/.t > -1 ti ; Qupf-n Ann walnut din ing JIIK! fix rhiiirs; t'nothali jianH. nnd tslmuldt-r pndn. eizc 1 "- 1 *J : filHICUMt, NIXCJ 10-11*. 1'llOllU l-Sl' For Sale—Miscellaneous suit, si 70 1 1 to 111. white tuxedo co;it nnd spin L shirts, lik-. 1 new, J'tume 2-11 .Hi I. J Kit-Ill Box, $1.4;) Atasradoro Earllctt I"* >R S A LK rk^k. FOK SA [J-; — C)no ; as circulating and 1 1 -horseiuuvrr molnr w t h I f *iMvhr>y I Mint s. ,^l/:o 10: com- inc tabU\ lilir:u y t:\b!n, oF- i;] H>T\\ '^iT^LlNh sro^t l. lf > 1-., I II }\( Ripe Bar FOK SA TJ-: L >s ^- puund !v;u;^d casiny ; MOO -'fn h ; n*Mr 2noo f r 1 " 40-vmMKl 1 0 -4 . NV-arly till In Knn -nn. All 's r tlimad. r>, K. iun, Fellows Tost ol'f i< e, PAT-K— One 2r,-horsppowr r A Ills- nu'vs typ n Iv Irrn-k Inyrr tractor, e ffjnipprd starter and hphts; one Sxr.o- font l:ind pKni^. (.It-or^p H add Iran. XmMi and llifih HI u.^1, Delano, IMionp "9 5 f Fine for eating. Local JuU-e i £ J. tj 0 7U41. V- t TWO m a tornity dn PR^" ( JMZO 1S; spnrt si/c 1 s; two wool $k irtn anil s*n 11, 1 ft. All (fond conilitiun ; reasonable. n* S-S710. -n 10:;i) K-^n ]-'annall tradnr and tun frirtnttip cqn ipiniMit. Write Jtnbtu- Pdii. limit is ^. Unx 1I>0. Delano. , Airport I 1 ' OH SAT,K--F.i u typo cooler, new mi it nr and fnn. 1'hnno Sia ftor 4T :2. v SATjK— Ounuino silver fox fur. 1'lione 2-o.jsr.. LAUOIK roii-tup or 3-00;M. $:'."!. rhono G-3405 SINTIKH. trojiiHc srwiiiff innchiiu: and c- nct model Silvortono radio. IL'l-A Hub- or (3 F,aiu>. LA HCIR baby crib, prnlea it nd Prartlrallynrw. Phono HKFR1OKIIATOKS ovr-rhRUlcd. washinc in.-ichino.s rebiiilr. Cooler so r vice. Wo nlno nmvo rcfricornltirfl. ^ ton. <^iltliilf. I'bono 'J-787S. n « * •1 i 5c oun rnrcEs ARE BELO\V PLEASE BRING CONTAINERS 7-ia-tc K?J utartcrl or or<1er We hftv« '.*r5. 215 Lan*. Pbon« BUY. ^KI r tr ifia a t k:r.l? of I' 't! Hoy J«-.r..-s. r i mile north P:iinpK n (Tetuer. Z'.H vn; « a eaa t on Hns- kin-i !to;t'J. 43 ONK ii^a"/ tr-,T:r. f' r pyio nr f racie, for bay. k-;i t her i;u t--'P. Pt, .v;. Poi. T r,TRy.\!EX! \Vr Oi,o i'n.,t 110.* K-ln Srrprt Dial KRADKORD POfLTRy . -j ^ •- -] Ttn,ir"'* i -rg 5 FOR PALK— Tl;rf-.-->-«,tr-c!d Jfrsey nnd JLoIfltem (o\v. -V j to 4 Rations milk daily: cnlr •; wt- i:' nM, * ]«„ 2 trailer. <>'!<! t.rr--*. :.!"•> Washington, v 28 FOR SALT-;— Two rr,i!k c-. months old. U'iarc-r if. If *>a«t of Fairfax ischuol oi\ Ilnl liank lU-ad, Box >.'n. 20 8-COMrARTMKNT ral.h.t hutrh. 4 doea. 1 milk sroat. l-months-nld kid. 1F.Q Red and White yirn~,K -:h;cnons. 2.17 East Fifth. B'OR SALK— T-.vo irolpir.'n heifer springers: four Gurtnspy hoi'^rs, on» Holsteln heifer; ine first-cnif blar-lc Jersey milk: cow: I.100-v>ound work niare. JiflO Ka9t Brundago. FOR SALE — Approxirnntply 10') fina rabbits, does, t'rvcia ;mrl bucks; also extra i'lne hutches. Tako all or aJ>y part. Building 1 MDxlfi t>pt, practically new, made of fin*; redwunj; 200 fnet of 6-foot chicken wire. 1-inoh meah; 300 feet of 2x4»; take all or any part- Inquire 418 Goodman street between 2 and ft p. m. GIFlf.S 1 CLOTHTNO. wizo S-12. con's. s\\-on torn. «!•< irt •!. drr-sscs. Rimes ; n ud boys' si/o 1--14. BUltf. coats, whirl**. ]iov t^ ••()]] t outfit; la dips' m>w shoos, i'-AAAA. turf tan pumps, H-AAA. Thorn- 2-.15r.ft. SA1.F — Hlmvf-r for conlfr. L'-room six". Hire 1 for liaiU'r hoiific. 140S T\\«;u!y- .in SALK — Two formnl.*. size 11!, only worn four timpp, $*i onrh; nlso four pnirs of shoos, si 7.0 S, 6, fi l j H WMlibw. l;iwh ninl Cubit n h"0ln. Ciill ot 627 Twonty- _ pi«-]ith,_or_pb DUO fi-Cill ,'l. _ FOIt RALK— r-nr-UiKnn fiull, sixp 12:Fnr*t- n noft bluo, brand new. nfvrrworii. for Canni SOc FOR FULL LUG. Bring your own containers, same kind of pears we had year. The last 1019 Baker at Bakersfield 8-17-tf O aiiiF DKAX f'l'TTKH ntlachniont for Fnrmall t I m mod i n te dflivf-ry. Company. Tu hi r«'. LOW PRICES— Im cold wntormolons. Co JI). : nucon. 2iic Ib. : nil coffoo, 1-lb., ,10r, 2 Ibs.. 50r; cntining j;i)'s. pints. (5Cc do?... qt. 72c; niiKnr. 10 Ibs., 50c; Bis- quirk. L"Jr; Alta black tm, '{i-lli., :i!»t-; Cu<lahy'n rhoppccl ham, ZVj-lb. can. ]''rpn;-h stylo Ptrinp bonnrf, no p $:i.!i ( .l por cusp; Tuun tlaltps. no limit. run. Kt'rn Hanrh Market. Klmvrr . Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street nnd 99 Highway 3-27-tf TOP PRICKS pnid for late model radios. Poeron Rndlo Service, corner of K and HlghWRY. Phone 2-0498. 2-1-tf WILL I J AY highest cash price tor your plnno. ^nll 8-Sfi?^. l-2«-if Radio Ke B o We Have Facilities and Available I'arts to Service Any Make Radio O 1 11 Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-2-tf PIANO WAK'J'KD—HlffheBl. cash price paid for new and used pianos. Phone 8-8981. i*-13-tf WE SELL, all available musical Inatru- aitMHs. supplies anu sheet muelc. We buy used musical Instruments regardless of condition. We repair all stringed tn- Htrumente and repair bow§. Kern Music ••". Jtnfi Raker street 29 CAR AERtAJ-P for any make of car. J4.95 and up. Pnston Radio, corner 01 K street _ and 9 _H 1 eh wa y. ___ i)-l . t f UADIOf-Snld. traded or repaired. W« expert service at reasonable prices. k tn (:enter Secondhand Store. 31 Yon ilck them. Very beat quality. SOc per luff: brlnir your own cnnt.-ilners. North <;hester avenue, throueb Oildale. afljolnlng tnnk farm. 32 TRI'CKLOAD of :;o. 1 Elcbtra for table nr canning, also large 9. r io Jug box. Please brinp containers. Also stripn<l \vitermelons, 25c. llaplofl Market. Third nnd Union. 23 Xo. 1 extra large fancy Libhy Cling poaches, for canning or table use. Also No. 1 pears, from the coast, no worms or hard cores. Bring container**. 1500 Falm Drive, corner Pacific, near Kern General 28 _ _____ FOR SALK or tradp. bay Aiding; lady's horse. 28>i9 Alta Vista. Phone 4-4R03. .to * 13 TURKEYS, 4 nnd 8 wenka old; 16 youns white qunr:kl«HS Muacory duck»; «8 Hampshire Rod chirks, 2Vi and 4 months old; -Ifi Hampshire Rod hens, I year old; I chicken battery, feeder* And wire; 4 dooB. 1 buck, 3 hutches. 9*9 Mt'ter 4 p. m. and all day Sunday and Monday. 13 M Oregon street:. _ 29 .NKW ZEALAND White burks. 6 months • Oil. sood stock. 119 AVoodrow. Phort« ~ ~ ** ty 7 • '"''»* ^ (• C9 FOR SALK — Two saddle horses, also two ; New Zealand, rabbits. Phone before fi p. m. FOR SALE — Exceptionally cnnd work marp. works single or double, very K*MH!c; also one good saddle horse. Phone 4-Hj:l>; or 3-1883. TWO liolstein second calf sprinpers. also two OuernHey sprinsrers, Mrs. Foust, School. Shafter. FOR SALK—Stylish Baited saddle horse, with griddle. Gentle but with tots of life. Phone 374-J. between 1 m.. Taft, Calif. I IQO .to butcher, grain fed. Phong 2-2113. TWO BUimO3 for sale. Call after « P. m.. 2-533S. Corner of Niles and Park Drive. VOR SALK—Two burros, color brown. broke to work. Tnmmy Owens. Route 5. -, corner Niles and Park. Phone 29 ^ .. ._^_IUl^^^^^?^^^^^^^?^^^^^^?Sz?l?^^^^^^^?^*?^^^ fc ^ J "^^^^™^^^*^^^*^^^^^^^^*^P'^^'^^"^ ^^ f ^^^'^^ m • • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^f^^^^^f^^^f^^^f^f^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^ff^^^^^^^^f^^^fg^^^^^^f Dogs and Oth»r P«t« ^ L 6-WEEKS-OLD Cocker Spaniel and Terrier puppies; thorouahbred Cocker mother. Phono 8-8732. f .2g K1TTKM tn give away at 1925 Twanty- third street. FOR SALR — No. 1 oraiiKQ clmsr peaches. largo flnld IUKS. 107 Kfist Seventh. CANNING PEARS Choice mountain grown Tehachapi pears. These pears are larse size and will keep, $1.59 per lug:. Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. 28 FOU SALE— Thoroughbred Scotty. 2y f! n r » 1 d. Phone £-3450. KAUTIFl'L Irish Setter pupa for from good hunting stock. Phone 5-5282. - ., dog I'hone 3-175fi. FOR SAr.R—Puppica. Fowler's Pet Shop. Il2t Third utroot. Phone 2-4587. -3ft FOR SALK— Two Pedigreed blond mttlfl Corker Snun'ol pups, children's pets; 9 s " ' ' '• 7 " Yoaetnita Drive. OiMale. Medium Size, Full 7!»c FULL J.UO Bring Your Own Containers 1019 Baker street, East Bakersfield S-SQ-tf No. 1 UBIJV l*KA(-'IIl-:« FOR HAJ.M NOETni ClIKSTKR. JIJ«T ACROSS —.'VVJ'jI'V.Q.^-^.^^^t' ^nn-: OF H_TnRjpT. j\z (JANNIN'r ttnn;it.oe«. f>0c per ILIB. Rrins funtaint-r, tuck them yourself. Afirhnt puckiriK »he.J, Thirty-fourth, juat \vpnt l-'Oll fctALfcl—Two poml Greyhounds. Route»:. I.tox 1314. Fullx street. Early Durhiiin. ...^, IT1 , LL1 __ 29 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^BH^^^^B^^BH^^^B^^BI^fc^B^Bi^^P Legal Notices ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^r^r^r^f^^r^f^^F^^r^^r^^r^^r^^^^^^^^^^ NOTICE OF flEABIftG (UtADK Ata.scndoro canning pear.". CUKK.V TOMATOICS for chowchnw or rflish. nlno a r>w ripo ones, 50«' per Itiw; you rut k tlioiii. On Pioneer Drive. iM'lwet'n Stprlfng Koad and Fairfax J*nve t>r oust on Nilea utreet lo first orange wrnve nn nulh side, suutli halt'- mi In. 'hniu' ^- WHEREAS. In conformity with Sectlfln* 2S91 and 2S93 of the Education Cod*, a petUion has been i lied with the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern. praying for an order to be made admitting and annexing the feline Elementary 8 en oof District to the Greenfield Union Elementary School District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th« said Hoard of Supervisors baa let said petition for hearing at the hour of 11 A. M.. on Tuesday, the 6th day of September. 1944. at tbe time and place Of'*" regular meeting of said Board at the Cnurthouau. Bakersfield. for the purpOM of hearing nil persons interested concerning said petition and to make Its appropriate order granting or denying the same. Hy order of the Hoard of Supervisors* this 14th day of August, 1944. K. J. YKON, County Clerk. Aug. 17; Sept. 1. Incl, ;<;.ir, AI>VKRTISEMKNT HIGHKST PRICKS paid for uned rndlns. RakerBfleld Rndlo Supply, 2808 Cheater avenue Phono 2-6150. 8-11-tf NOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Modela $21* 50 Up AII radios nf fered for aalu have been reconditioned. and are tfua ranted. 8KllVt«:iO ON ANY MARK RADIO DAKHRSFIRLD RADIO SUPPLY HRSTKR AVENUE DIAL 2-6lG« 8-11-tf 1'JHT I-'OIM.) rjidii) for p.-ili?. everything corn- in |LTi L-iish. 352:i M street, phone CASH FOR ynn?- old radio of ase, niako or condition. \\'e pick them up at your home. J'hone WILL S'l'OKlO pniiif) tor UHC nf MI rim. \V i 1 1 1'llDM BLACK KYK PICAS. You pi,-k ihc-m. 5.: lh.; okra. \Y(> pick. 10 P III. All ymi want. "T>unvvatif]i»rtn" Farm. Fi intvulc an-1 whilo wax. $l p» ( r liitf, Tlriny: nwn con- la int-rs. Northwt'st corner uf Allvn Hi*.ut Ilnsednle I- 1 i^li\\ ay. L" u ) Poultry and Livestock FUR RAIJii — Two span rf gnnft work mares. one brood mare with cult. Mr. Urnat •» i-^ horeby Kivcn tHut t ho Board nC TnisiP* s H ot flhi Krrnville Union Kleni«n- f .1 ry Sv hnnl l^istri-'t will rc" i * j ive sealed buU for une * Phool bua to malch apeci- ns i'nllDwt: ;ts Bros. WF-32 Charts COlrt- wif h Superior AJI-sleel School bust ino'i'H No. ^ 1**-—;u:ruminodatins 25 I to 30 pupil pasM-nt'TH. Ijalnnce of chascts nnd body sprcif i**;it inns nn file with Clerk uf tho Iliiai'd. this Utstrirt. Co mp U'l*; hns in nt'\ a * all srtf*-*ty require* m^'ins ii*r schuo! bu^ nitration by the Cali* fornIji HlwJuvny IVitrnL -- i5!dv will ho npt?M*"{l on Soptpnibcr 1S» 1^11, ^00 p. in., at IvjhcK 1 ! Building. Kern* : Villn, Cut if. x The I-o,t id reserves the r;pht lo reject v unil all FOK S AT,E — Chi- kc-n i rvrt s. i abbit. fry- ITS. fol'trcfl hens. < i t! ,. 1 Mni k wost nt' ICMPO Jtnn,! on dotty MVM/I. ID Ki:fL\vir,Li-: SCHOOL DlPTKlfT. I'ty imrn SKKJ.KV. St!pl. 1. S. ] ,"). Clerk of Board. OBITUARY NOTICES -1-'I I.',-. FOR SAT, !•:--(';,,• v-tdiii. will fit ;inv . : ,r. jj:.. 70S Th.rin-tli Blu'-t. I'd. .DC - - A KKO>KL> I'l.AYKJl, wih or without <H>- t:i. ttahl.: MJH ;iK«-i. L'.ill V. .M. C'. A , ,SI-;\' I-'lfA lu small lltufl. t JJA lit Ut.V Aim-nc-nn st;in.liinl. c new. fviiTViiitr c:isi:. iii bunk, in.jsM 1 . IIIUHIC i-;i'U, $7."-. IIICITTAIN. I'llANK !„ i'or l-Y:ink 1.. ( "iUMl") Ilntiam. liV, \\ H ^;i t unlay ;i t 1 1> ;i . in. in ui..* Si;* Mli i \ f H i bt» l*M'sb\ lor-.ui \lr\i la in tl'i i *l A ,*^ 1 1«* was Cameras and Photography 1KOXTA "IV 1 —TriHf"!. fl;is)i«nn. I 'l 11 |h l '*, p()f I J'i'llt li'UM. ^LJf!Kh;ili*?, t'VlT- i f;*dy c.-iH' 1 . in*;! n I (.a so* ^ ;ible T el* ;i J »\ r;* T i VIUK «' I'M [ i n* \\r (}, t. N"tio it-j ;i I 1 1 on i-«, inhfrt s ( pa sun- MiMi'L li. m'f i<:i;i i MMt L'!l. n tier n or n rn \V<-stf -rM. 1 nd., ;unl '-ft HIP t « < \i h fnrriio m 1 inn. and sin'nt :M j oai s nr t l-a t l iniM in Ta f r , m I he iMnpIny nf tli*' Stii nda nt l*il t N^iupfi nv. Ho is su i \ -jv-M by his w.dnw, 1-Jdilli lint! tn (if l;.' I l.> wiriM'L Taft ; two st**i«MntiH P I.omi- ;i id I ^rr'h.M 1 uf nakiTMl'teld an-l Pi»nt<'n 1 M* h*T, boant \vu in'n nui t • a^«. innv stat ion PI I a t Purt J t fn "# u i a TII M ;LI i Kbit* J-H, Ma r.lnr:* 1 , I .nr- ra JI;M an I Joy< <>, ut [*a ki-r st .'-M ; f lc -•*» n isto rn, M TM. Nor';* Add INMU MM*! M : s. <lrav< v IVrry nf Kti l^lif Htn\\ n tin! , and M f s I'" In i t'lH 0 Iir\ nukis r*f XIM t ti \'»"'- im-nr. Jrul . n nil *it lu*r i nlaNVt s |-!n'< :nh- n lent v. ill fnllow t hr rliapol t*rrvh • s :n t ho ma UM>U*nrn uf tlu* l-^-inrMt \v:JI h.» in Kukerttt ioM Memo- r- .. 1 f H M : '.< rtLllbPiir'-rs ai •* Frank Al- I*'M. f*:![ l?**v\ .1 T d, Jo tin (/ha rue* Karl .\ Ihma.'i, Uay Vin^oTi EJ nd Jampfl T>HUib. s-ii \ ivJM^ .Mr Hai risori aro (::B widow, Mr*. I.;i'i r v ^^ I la IT? son, B;* kors field; IIT• itb-M , M: < Anna, t ''nun:ngn. BeilLi- j!it*ri' . d.umhtrr, harhara Harrison. ^ -'MI ' f t':i; s??*!*•>-s, M r\s. Iwi-pli Beun^i r. Mr^. *> K'd\\i'li, hnth of Atbiinibra, ancl Mrs ' "b,i ? Son Uicljanison, lloaumont. 1''I.MI\, Ol-IK K. -G'-avo^ulo services* for Plif M. Noisnn. t^t;, n-ho died August »7 i r i M lUovsttrM, w:i-Q hold Soptember I ; fit J p. n?. vt Pinion C^mct^ry. the Rev*- • •M-tMii! HoM^ior 11. Miltor oificiatinsr. Sur\ v nj Mr. Xrd^on i^ h;s wife. Mr** u'tu v*ak Plats, Urecn.hon\** IN APPRECIATION •' 29 . For Sale—Miscellaneous OF I1AKK1SON. LKK 11KLMS - -lYir.LM a 1 s-rv- JI-PM Inr 1 .PO H* hnt* Ha r'l IMIM, :i v. \\\\m -N nyu*it, o<> at I^is honn* lli*ut** \ , 47:>, \vtll bn hfMil S^pUMi-b.-r 2 ii f ^ IK MI. at l' % li''kMrNEt_ i r-I)]m^'r i i *hrt p^l, I he Ili*vori"*i^t H, { \ ha t i ol r t»t \ .' ia I i n^, I n- 'i wi^h to rxprosfl onr anprertation for K ::dtu's* ;i! A d tfympathv ol nup friends ?"'.?:• t ho 1 r h«^aut -t '.:! i ln» -t I pfterinsft «iu r n^ nnr ;-•-<-^nt bot i i v^uiont, (Signed t: Mts. iJrpni (ililoftpie* Airs, T.urle HiffenH. Mr y, M nrv'' Johtison, Mrs. Herbert Cowati Ml >, 1 *nn;i If! I' 1 ! < Mks. T\ T DRUM-LOT QtJANTITIKfl FINEST PKXNSYI^VAMA on,, 5«c I'KTt GAM.ON HKST CALIFORNIA O1U 4. r >c I'KU (lAT.LON IX &5-OALLON IJHIJMS. I»J-US FKDKUAU TAX LIMITED TIME OFFER ire TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTEU AVENUE PHONE 7-7S71 30 UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within Che Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phone 7-7881 Chester Avenue at ThlrtetntN Fnak 0%tor •-'I J. 0. FlickiHtr AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGH? t

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