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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 5, 1944
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Vj«^nijproyiidjpirop(irty For »al»—Improved Property Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles Boitthwpst District—Thfee bedrooms, ill- tile bath, and half, all-til* kitchen, basement, fireplace. 100 per cent Insulated; double Karaite with laundry room; lots of fruit and nut trees; sprinkling ByRtcm front and rear; all fenced; nn a larse piece of well-landscaped ground. This la a good hu.v at S10.750. California Park—Two bedrooms and nice den, lares living room and dining room, tile bath and kitchen, fireplace and floor furnace. 100 per cent Insulated, outdoor sleeping room, barbecue pit, cooler and refrigerator; henutlful ynrd with fruit and (hade. Price $8750, substantial down payment. On Terrace Way. between Chester arid 99 highway, two furnished homes on large lot. Owner occupies one ano the other Is rented. Price S6350: requires 13850 down. Beautiful 3-bedronm home and den. two bedrooms downstairs and large master bedroom upstairs: tile roof, fireplace, basement with unit heat, large dining room and breakfast room, nice tile kitchen nnd two tile baths, beautiful yard with lots of fruit and nut trees, several good bearlnir orange trees. This Is one of the finest locations outside the city. Price $13.500. substantial down payment. Nearly new duplex, wllh 4-rnom apartment over 2-car sarnie. Completely redecorated Inside and out. Hardwood and tile. Owner occupies apartment and the dirplet Income is $135 per month. This Is an exceptional buy at $12.000. BOTDSTL'N & LANCASTER Phone 8-8li;)9 1817 II Street 9-1-tf TAFT—Hi£ l i school lunch room with living quarters. Lunch room has all the euiiipniPiu necessary for serving L'OO children. This is a good eoinK business. 15500. 41 ACRES of unimproved lan.l near Hnl- tpnwlllow. locaUtl midway between Elk Mills field and Buttonwillow gas field. $50 per acre. DTPLKX—Two bedrooms on each side, completely furnished. I'JIeutrlc refrigerators, etc. $1500 down. BEARDSi.tOY DISTRICT — Two-bedroom home. Hardwood floors, tile drain and nice yard fenced. Sprinkllns: system In front. SSOOci. EAST JBAKKRSFIKLD—Almost new 2-bpd- ronrn home. Cooling system floor furnace and plenty of cupboard space. JIHIOO PHONE S-ICIO. 1704 K STREET 1101 K PTRKKT PHONE 2-1210! RESIDENCE 2-5(i:S AI.TA VJPTA DRIVE—Nicely furnished 6-room home on good corner lot. 100x140. closo to Bernard. Several kinds of fruit Ire?*, "50 fine chickens, with equipment and room to double the flock. WimdPrfiii location. Total price J73DO, half down. HIGHLAND PARK—Fine duplex on larce lot. Three nice sized rooms and bath «n<-h side. One. side completely and lih civ furnished. JUKI redccorH ted throughout. Double Bamxe with laundry days. This place Is just about 5 yea j s old nnd vpry nice. Pi-ice JHHfiO, $2050 down, balance easy. Phone 2-7680. is (hat hard-lo-find. practically new 3-hed- room. 2-bath home. best residential neighborhood, close to finest schools, one block to bus. Exceptionally attractive In arrangement. lurBe living room, fireplace. two furnaces, cooling system. beautiful kitchen uuenlnir off garden patio. al«o enclosed patio rear wilh barbecue and all the fixings. Corner lot. well landscaped with choice plants. 16 flowering peach trees, SO roses, sycamore. fig, peach and apricot trees. Immediate possession. Priced to sell unfurnished. including steel Venetian blinds throughout. $11,750. Substantial down payment, hnlmne easy. Phone &-5S95 for appoint ment . _ 33 FOR SALE— On Alta Vlgta Drive, corner. 63x160. S-bedronm house. lllvn«- roc/m. dining room. den. breakfast nook. kitchen, two baths, email basement, screened porch, two floor furnaces: newly painted: 2-car garage. Full price $9760 Immediate possession. For Information call J. J. Congani. 8-8614. or ^2-9487. __ 8-9-tf EAST SIDE — Six-room house on 1 J i acres. Double garage, chicken equipment, lots of fruit trees, Lomita Verde— Practically new 2-bedroom house, completely and well furnished. Including refrigerator, table-top stove and washing machine, etc. Venetian blinds, double garage, nice lot. Green Acres — Three very attractive offer- Ings. one with 1% acres, on* with one acre, one with half acre. All with houses, all with chicken equipment, all With excellent water condition*. First named run he purchased with flock of nbout 500 chickens, half-acre can be bought completely furnished. Casa Loma — On one acre, very modern 2-bedroom house, barn, garage, chicken equipment, fruit, etc. East Bakersfleld — Six-room house near bus line, school and stores. Also East Bakersfield — Two-bedroom house on corner lot. Only 7 years old. Double ga rage. Lomita Verde — Three-bedroom house, about & years old and in good condition. Double garage, well-cared-for lot. E. C. Uffert. 901 Niles. Phone 2-7152. 3-1-tf FOR SALE— Soul hwesl. fi-room house, two bedrooms. Inquire 2309 Euena Vista at recl^ __ ___ __ '•'• 3 THREE-BEDROOM house on acre. Airport Acres, Bird and Wright streets. $4500. $2000 down. Balance $25 a _ month. _ '3 IDEAL corner. Sunset Park. Like new. 5-room stucco. Tile roof, tile kitchen. hath, shower, breakfast room, large liv- i ng room, fireplace. Phone 2-0314. ." 3 FOR SALE— Four-room house. Two lots. 55x165 feet; some work to he done on bouse. $1800. $1200 down, balance $20 a inontn. 2313 South K street. I'hone OILDALE— Small home and garage. Everything modern. Price $2850. $1000 down, balance monthly. EAST OF TOWX— Three-bedroom home on one acre. Some fruit and chicken pens. Price $:!500. Terms. Phone 3-4:!Sti. Ken Mynatt. _ 31 $5950 takes this beautiful 2-bedroom home between Kern General and East High. Yard all fenced. House 6 years old, refinished last year. A spacious and gracious home. Freal W. Harvey, 203 Brower building, phone 2-42GO. Evenings. 2-414:i. __ 32 BY OWNER — English-type home, seven rooms, large living room. 12-foot ceiling. largo dining room and kitchen. plent_v of tile; basement, dual furnace. double garage. East Bakersfield. 2110 Kern atrei t. ___ 3ji BALK, by owner, very modern 5-room home. Lots of tile, newly decorated, in- Bide and out. Good location. Worth seeing. Phone S'85'.l L __ BEFORE-THE-WAR-PRICE for this excellent close-in furnished duplex. This week only. $7000. approximately half cash and balance $40 month, including hilerest. Immediate possession, .one side. Phone 2-3392. __ OILDALE IJ-unlt court, completely furnished. Income $347.50 per monih. A-l shape. Furnished duplex on corner lot. Will take In car. $39SO; small down. Half-acre, close in. 5-room home, $3760. on terms. East Bakersfield — One-acre, nice :!-bedroom home. Is priced to sell. $3500. terms. D, C. "Slim" Mynatl. phone 8-8986. __ 3 2 FOR SALE — One 2-bedroom house and 1-bedroom house on large corner lot; unfurnished, completely fenced, tile sink. excellent condition. Good Income property. '$4350. $2150 down, balance easy terms. Phone 9-8947. _ 34 FOR SALE — Five-room furnished house HI 517 Linda Vista Drive. Price $5600 cash Do not dieiurb tenants. If interested write Charles Green, P. O. Box 299. Madera. Calif. __ 31 TWO late duplexes on corner lot. Hardwood floors, tile drain and tile showers. Nicely furnished. Refrigerators and coolers. Phone 2-0851. __ 3 3 BIUNG $1000 and we will show you the best 4-room 2-bedroom house in the city. Price $3950. $4t. monthly. ATTENTION Santu Fe walkers! We offer you a Ktnall well built furnished house, including electric refrigerator, close to shop«. Garage and almost an acre of ground goes with It. for $3500, terms. See George Taylor or Frank Day. at. 1915 'Eye" street. __ 3 3 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Practically new G-room stucco, dual floor furnace, hardwood floors, many nice features. Includes table-loo gas range and cooler. Only $4760. Syl McNInch. wllh R. A. Moore t Son. 1615 Eighteenth al.-eel. Phone 2-1269. evenings H-C165. TWO-BEDROOMS. JMT.O. Close to, *lnres, nnd wjtlkinw distance frntn IHIJM- nes.i section. Terms, half cash and $:5 per month. OILDALK—$:',fi."iO. Two-bedronni home on lai'Ke lot. wiTh :j-i;ir K;ir;ige. Lawn. slKide and fruit. clo^f to bus and school. Terms, $1800 down, $23 per month. LA r'RKPTA —J9I.10. Brain iful :-h<-ilroom h'uiH 1 . ;:-r;tr giiriiKt. High lot with excellent view. Home has extra Rood floor plan with l.-irge rooms and model kitchen and bath. Terms arranged. FfRNISHKD HOME—Close to Jefferson Park. Five rooms with good furniture. Large lot with garage. Price $5450. Ternia arranged. EAST SIDE—Close In. Nice 5-ronm home and small rental on rear, both partly furnished. Good home with fruit trees and rental Income. Price $6150. half cash. SUNSET PARK—Fn best location In southwest die'rict. Good u-rooni home with lots of abade. On bus line, close to hiKh school nnd William Penn grammar school. Price $6300. down payment $2500. month $40. shown by appointment onlj 411 Nineteenth Street Dlnl 3-057S 9-S-tf OILDALE—Two-bedroom home, all latest modern conveniences. NIC" lot. fenced. ! close lo IIIIN nnd market. $6000. ] GItEKN ACHES—Five nc res. ;.bedroom home, furnished; double BaiaRe. ihiclo'ii p<iuipmf>nl. nood well and pumping plant. $7000. C5ARIJKN ACRES—One acre. 2-ioom modern collate. $1500 full price. WINfil.ANI) SQCARK — Two-bpdtoom home, hardwood floors, floor furnace. Plf-nlv of lile, wardi-obe closets, coohnp system. Nice lot. double garagn. |fi«00. After 5 p. in. (all Hill Irwin. 2-5642. 1704 K Street. FOR SALE by owner. 100-foot front, f»-room modern house., hardwood floor, wilh or without fuiniture. 10x12 haeenient: six rentals. Will take car or trailer in trade. One block west of .MaKiinden. Box 4S2. 31 TWO-BEDROOM bouse In Sunset Pork" splendid condition. Immediate possession. $6000, half cash. Tw 1-hedruom house, east tide $4750. neat and nice. Two-bedroom house, near airport, $4250; now vacant. Brandt Investment Company 1802 H Street Phone 2-8949 8-8-tf GOOD RENTAL Income. Highland Manor, furnished, new. clean and In splendid conditio:i with excellent ter.ant; rentfl at 150 per month, owner pay* water: •tucco. five roomi. 2-car garage. Elmer Karpe. 1617 Eighteenth street. 9-5-tf ONE-BEDROOM, new home, one-half mile west of Mount Vernon School: small stove furnished; 50-foot lot. all of back yard fenced. Total price $2700, some terms. Elmer F. Karpe. 1517 Eighteenth. »-li-tf FOR SALE or trade for larger houie— •ome «rnde. all fenced, garden ipac*: .' plenty room to build another hou*e. If Interested, phone 3-2647, 33 BKHMT.V r.\rtK—Southeast section liak- ersfielfl. five rooms, furnished, good lot toial prii-i- $15110. Also largo old 5-room IHIIISC. needs fixing, has 2-cai garace with apailment overhead. Total price $:ll!IMi Soine terms on either nf these. Elmer F. Karpe. 1517 Eighteenth. For Sale—Lot* CORNER LOT on A street in Cedar Park; (i6-foot frontage, sidewalks, curbs, paving paid. Trees in. At less than the bare lot price oriK- inally paid by owner. Freal W. Harvey, 20:! Brnwer building-. Phone 2-4260. Evenings phono 2-414:i. .12 SEVERAL choice lots it t the right, price; Alia Vista—corner lot fi:!'•.< xl Ml. Oleander Terrace—JC. 75 or 100-foot frontage. Baldwin Drive—Four lots. 52x300. Stockdal"—I:l5x210. Cas. litrhis and water available on nil. OI.ON HRYAN PHONE 2-7:..,4 35 For Sal*—Improved Farms 20 Acres of finest potato land. Beautiful, 2-story, very modern. 4-bedroom home with healing and cooling system to each room. Spacious yard; lots of water; piplines; new 60-foot implement shed, Home alone Is easily worth $12.500. Just the place you have always dreamed and hopel for. 320 Acres -if very fine coiton, beet and alfalfa land. Perfectly level, 'j-inile of pipeline; two vvells produce about 2000 gallons. A real buy at $100 per acre; terms. 120 Acres of fine sandy loam. Three good wells; land level; two houses. Planted to alfalfa, mint, potatoes and melons. Can be sold in separate 40-acre units. A real bargain at $225 per acre; terms. Several mull iple-unit courts for sale, paying 10 per cent to 15 per cent net on tlie Investment. Priced from $6700 to $12.500. Tall E. L. KUOF.PCH Wasco Phones 645 tir 5S2 31 FOR SALE—160 acres of good vegetable or potao land: 60 acres now in alfalfa hay; 10 acres now In fall sweet corn: 10 acrea now In milo maize; 1 acrea now In Boynenberrles; 2 water wells, lot* of waler. easy lo Irrigate: 2 electric motors, one new; house with electric lightfl nnd running waler; terms. While Arvin P. O. Box Z. 31 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch. 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good improvements, best one-man hog and cattle set-up In California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject tu lease. Will pay 12 per cent on investment. 160ACRES well Improved ranch, good house and lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A. H. Karpe. Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf 25 ACRES. GARDEN SOIL Close to city, luitablt for future subdivision. Price $375 acre, easy terms. DEAN R. HORLE7 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 8-0275 8-21-tf FOR SALE—Half acre In Portervllle. with foundation and basement. Phone 3-2253, Bakersfleld. 33 Beach and Mountain Property FOR SALE—$6000. new house at Oceano Beach. Furnished, ready to move In. Write owner. J. J. Oppllger. Box 361. Oceano. Calif. 34 BEAUTIFUL SHELL BEACH—San Lula Obispo county. Four nice highly improved lots. Fruit trees of all kinds, shrubbery, flowers, pumping plant and city water. A REAL HOME—15!>6 square feet floor space, oak floors, all-tile bath and tile kitchen. Very large bedrooms, also a large double garage with modern apartment over. Rented for S37.50 per month. Price Is $8500. THIS IS A HEAL Bl'Y. T. 15. T..OMPSON 1013 Chorro sireei. San Luis Obiepo Phone 1875 31 SANTA CRl'y. RANC'ITKS. luiuses. income property. Write for our Prosperity News. It's full of real bargains. Radford i Huesman. Realtors. 135 Pacific avenue. Hanta Cruz. Calif. For Exchange—Property GOOD furnished income. $175 per month. Will take small clear residence. Call owner, 2-0851. 32 For Sale—Trailers FOR SALE—1932 Chevrolet coupe, good condition. (1P3503.) Phone 2-1877 or 609 Tularc street. 31 RtCAUt Caah for tour Trailer. Trailer tnld on eaiy payment plan. We finance our own contract*. McLKAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue I-JJ-tl FOR SALE—New 2-whecl luggage trailer. 112U Union avenue. _3,1 FOR SALE—Sixteen-foot trailer house. $300. 321 Harding. _Rly_erview. 3j EIOHTEEN-FOOT "Roadhome." Four- place houie trailer. Mahogany-veneer interior, 3-burner gan atove and oven. • Ink and storage tank with pump, bath, cedar chest, three closets. Equipped wilh vacuum uir brakes for cur, signal, etc. Priced »t $1600, terms. E. L. Kroesch, Waico. Phone 646 or 682. 3_1 FOR "SALE — 1B42 Continental house trailer. 22 feet, very good, prewar tires. , 7.50x15. electric brakes, awning 18x22 feet. 1305 C.race street. SS WILL TRADF. 1940 Packard 110 4 -door nedan with heater, fo^ lights, radio and lust record ft toned, for 1941 6-pas- Henger coupe, either Chevrolet or Plymouth, or would consider 2-door. No dealer*. Call after 6 p. m. 600 Ue- catur street. Olldale. For Sale—Automobiles 1941 FOKD I'v-ton truck (PC693S), flat rack, good 8.25 tires. Eaton rear end, Mercury motor: in excellent condition throughout. Will take car a> trade-In. 1021 Forfeit, between H and Oleander. FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO SAL! \DILLAC CENTER YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK, CADILLAC DEALEP. S-:4-t£ WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL ELSE BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9745 7-11-tf WILL PAT THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures Before selling your car ' drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-6-tf For Sale—Automobiles AUTOMOBILE AD COPI must contain license number; if out ol state license. mala imi&t he Included In copy. 3-4-tf CONSIGNMENT If you wish to sell your car for top price but can't properly show it, consign it with UP. We'll get you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. 2629 Chester (Cornr Twenty-sventh) 9-2-tf SELLER OR PURCHASER Do you need additional cash to complete purchan of cat 7 If to. just phone 01 drop by th* ACME FINANCE COMPANY oppnitte Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confldentla' «ervlc«. W. .1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phon* --6796. 1-12-tf Platform rockers, spring construction, large selection, $!!9.95 and up. Two-piece livingrootn set?, full spring construction. $154.50 anil up. Felted cotton mattress and box spring set, $32.50. Slumbf-rcst part-wool blankets, formerly $7.!)5, now $5.95. Buy yuur blanket supply now. Feather pillows. $3.50 a pair. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 Chester avenue, just one block south of the courthouse. ;!5 HIGHEST PRICKS PAID for furniture, household article*, appliance*, tool*, etc. Prompt, courteou* gervlce. Victory Fur- nitur*. 618 Union avenue. Phone 3-1006. USED FURN1TURPI wanted. W* call any place In city and give free estimate*. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phnne 7-7021. 6-12-tf chairs. Inquire 1937 LA SALLK (9A9.10). in eood condition. L/ private owner. 2801 Alturap. Phone 5-53SD. 33 FOR SALE—193-1 Ford coarh: will make n Eood work car. Cnll 310 F street. 1'riccd at SU95 (9,14 r >S2l. 31! HAVE G. M. O. pickup, wish to trnde In on short-wheel base ton or ton and half truck. Phnne 7-7881 or 3-1107. ,'12 '3!! CHEVHOLET coach. New hattery, clutch niul traiiamiasion; Rood tirpp. In exrHlont rilnninff condition. (7:1T73S.) Registered owner. See at 271G Park Way. KOIl SALE—IHIir. Sf.nlphakcr (8F0307). floor! Hhtipr. See at CL'O R street. Bak- _er»ne](l : 33 |9:!!> -\-TO.V Chevrolet pickup (246599 Okla.). flood condition. Se-: ownei' nt 1 l, r i Rolierls Lane. .13 1934 DODCE. panel hoclN truck (PC.M9.i4S Calif.); Itl.'i.'i motor, hu'ly und fenderp in Kfiod .-ondition. mntor needs repairs; fair tires. As is. SlTill. l'«9 East Seventh Slreet. I'llone 2-3rir'2. 33 l!l;if, DE SdTO sedan, good tires and paint. (.'all lifter 4:.IIP |i. in., 105 Beaidbley avenue. (SSlXiOtil. »,3 ON'K-HALF-TON pickup truck. Looks and l IIIIK noiid (9HHS1 II. Phone 9-9ii(l7. .12 FOR SALE—1931 Dodge S sedan, good tlroH (9W1873I. Phone 2-3. r ,ll. FOR SALE—19S9 Dodge sednn. good run- ninB condition. License numhpr r,8l'7)7. I'rlco $120. See LOIIIH Wilcox. Route 4. liox 403. liakersfit'ld; "i milr Eollthwest of Clrcele;.' School. Automotive Service, Parts COMPLETE body and fender r*palrln«. a l«o front wheel alignment. Charles Vlgatrom'* Garage. 1620 Tw*nty-*Ighth street. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-tf GRANT piston ring* la*t longer. Motor tuned up. greaatng and oiling; car ntnr- are. Blue Rlbbor Garag*. 1910 Nineteenth. Phone 2-0674. 1-16-tf WE OAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. &CHWE1T2EK OLDSMOBILffi DEALER Phone 5-D997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf Motorcycles and Bicycles FOR SALE—Motorcycle. 1940. 1-cylinder; Paragon Villier e. One hlock west of Mat-linden store. Edison Highway. Box 482-A. 31 DAVENPORT and two SJ8 _l':a»t KislHeeiiUi. FCiR SALI-:—Coleman gasolmu stove. Can he easily converted lo gas. Cost $135 new. Sell for S.'!7.. r iO. And f,0-lb. ice box. clean inside nd out. $12.fjO; a Radi- anl heater, $10; day hed with coil »<prinss. nice for yard or spare room. _*1KJ>0. '-«» jMonleivy. .13 FOP. SALE—Piilr of end tables, dark wood; .Monterey end table, with lamp: tile coffee tnhle. IOMB mirror. Bolt I>HB and chilis, three Jersey dresses, like Mew, Mize Hi; slides. size 7'j. Citll 2j-K-IO.^ rla>-tinip. ;j;[ FOR SALE— Tiltbiick couch nnd matchinB platform ro<'ker and hnssock. also rnnple table and Iwo ch II-P. good condition. I_Mione_8-87S(i. 33 NKW CABINET electric sewinK machine. Kenmore. and vacuum sweeper. Sold together. $100. Phone S-SSO8. 32 100-POI'ND ice box. $20; one 25-lb. ice box, $10, in Bood coiidiiion. Phone 19-FjJl. FOR fi.ALK—Kivp beautiful rurtaln rnds. niahoBany finish. Also small wicker writing desk. Phoni? l'-0")II4. FOR SALI')—Two-pppre liyini; room set. pracliivH ll.\ r new, bpnutifiil upbolHicnnt:; OMP "Hotpoint" Fripidairc, 7 feel, prnt- lii-nlly nt j w; one plpctrlt! vansp. priiclu'- nlly iifw; one hpdroom t*p\, bpd, drpHspr. c'hlffonier. diesi«pr. bench, chair, doubli- (Oil springs and mattress, finiahpd in dark wnlniit. lieautlfnly desiBnpd; OIIP breakfast SPI. high qualily maple HoosiPr (•abinpt. table, four I'hairs; one rite. 1'xlli fppt. Rpapon for HP!!. Ill hrafih. For information call Max Simons. ,'MSOl. Thesp ilfTTiH a I-P shown at the, ITfiMist's i>r Max Simuns' tailor shon. c'iriii'r of l-'ourlpcnt b and Chi'Mtpr. For Sale—Miscellaneous WARD'S HAVR A MODEL E USED 1IAMMKR MILL. IDEAL FOR THE SMALL FARMER. GRIND YOUR 0\VX FEED AND SAVIi MOXEV. COME JX AND SEE THIS. MOXTOOMERV WARD'S FARM STORE 2526 Chester Avenue. Bakersfield Phone 7-7S7I 33 FOR LESS AT WARD'S Battery type built-in tester. Safe, suro shock, $24.50. MOXTQOMERY WARD'S FARM STORE 252C Chester Avenue, Bakersficli] 33 FOR SALK — Boy's or man's bicycle, good condition, good tires. $40. 2429 Kan j _Km|d_Ki. _ _ 31 ! BOY'S BICYCLE— Inquii" street. For Sale—Lumber IRONING HOARD. 73r: phonoKraph. Jr.; olprtrii sbavpr, $'.; baby car bpd. $3; banHine*. "oc. man's pocitpt watch. $1!0; nlhpr pocliet ^vato^H'H in ncpd of nlmbt n'pail\_Hi"i 43J_Ah)iilerey. i'honp ",-17:'.(i. S04 Knott j SPA UK I'l.tT, TlltlC PI'MPs" iTmrte'r HaldwaiB (.'umpany, Tula re. Phune 71'. 3('i . I Used Li Location, Standai'd Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First satfi on left side, near geat. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Saturday, S a. in. to 12 noon. KEIIN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX S83 9-5-tf HOUTS A BOX Cut-rule Lumber f«r<!. 2200 Rdlsnn HlKhway, Bukerafleld 7-1-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures USED FliHNITURE. tnnl>. ilnvei. mlirel. lanerus nrllclei nt \l\ klntli We will buy anyUiinif. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service ana parts. Furniture repahed. Bu)> Morley'u New and Used Furniture Storo 18(,U Q 46 HOUSEHOLD furiilture. including fruit Jars. 630 Olive street, near Chester Lane and Oak street. Phone 2-0864, 30 FOR SALE—One 4-plece bedroom set: one 3-piece living room fet; two matched Rembrandt, floor lamps: one Duncan 'Phyfe secretary: one reversible 9xl^-foot rug: 2 end tables. 622 Churlana Drive. 31 ONE Inreo healer. 2500 B. T. U.: one Simmons bed and extra heavy sprints and mattreis. Call 8 8410. 1704 Pacific street, after 8 p. in. 33 BED, springs nnd BeaulyreKt mattress, small dreswer nnd chest, three cuals. size _1-_JSLt. 0 -1s_LL 1 y • at BKDROOM FURNISHINGS — Full bedT hunk beds: T-PIPCJL. maple dining set, 0x9 rug, kitchen table. 735 Eighth street. 33 KOn SALK—Apex burner, A-l condition. I'hone 2-5531. 400 Beardsley. ja FOR SALE—One mohair divan and chulr. Silo; one liax healer, $K>; one set 188 coll apnngH and bedstead, one of M» Mahan's 140 hiaitrecies, )30. Jirn But|pr. 630 Olive. Phone 2-68*4. Not home \Vfdnetidiiy or Thuraduy. ' LUBHICATiOX EQUIPMENT, COMPLETE. ALSO POP BOX AND AWXIXG. WILL .SELL AS COAL PLETE rXIT. VERY KEASOX- ABLE. PHOXK 2-4'MJ,. K ONK IIPW prewar saddlp; saddle, bridlp and blank»ts. I'ricu S'.'OU. D. M. Hl!i> .'Ijiiij I. fiUPpl. ;'|:| FilU SALIC—One sol of Bolf clubs and bag. 15 prewar bally, some new. neyr LADY'S 17-Jpwel Wallham Jn- _<iujrp_J 9J 8_ Sixieeinli si red. :ii' LADY'S all-wool pport Jaikct, si^.e H-in. FOR SALIC—Steel septic lank forms', (lood concrete wheelbarrow, rubber IIIPH. and small trail«'r. without tnes. 4:'-;. Teiryce FOR SALK—HolplaU'. K ood condition; one purcplain sink. 18x3li; two it a I v,'united houds. 1401 F slreet, beiwerii 1 and 4 S A_L K —Wuoil_\vork i UK Ja t he. Phonr; 7 -J S (i,'.. OJtAV fox com. $lj(), v"i-y reas'inalile, co'U in Kood__j ondit ion. I'hnne ;'-]l'M4. ;{j FREE FHEiK SAWDUST AND PLANEIl CHIPS Lond It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANJ Hlchway 3 Miles South of Town 9-i-if FOR SALK—One C,. K. cl?clric hnir dryer. »10: five dozen .30.011 rifle Hhclls. 1012' 3 Thirty-first. Phone _i-2 302. :i3 FOR SALB—Four-yard clump ho<!y and liolsl. 61i Eaut Nineteenth streei, or call _jl-a(i71. ;n 12-GALLON stone jar, fruit jury, vacuum sweeper, dutch oven, lingo griddle, waffle iror. (not electric), 2-burner UBHO- line etove, folding camp table, collapsible Ironing board, glass waxhboard. tub. three rlectric irons (need repairs); pair roller skates, 2-0)t<!-6-5 panel door, sheet munonlte, 7x4 feet: 12-foot 28-inch sal- vanned screen wire, chest of drawers, shovel, pick, nmtlocl;: plichfork. 201) Hast Seventh tjtreet. Phone 2-:iy(>l'. FOR SALK—fjood used lawnmower. hand- niadn oak chenl of drawers. 805 Oak street. Hii'epi. ___^ TWO 100 per cent wool xnwi' sleemna baB«, ISO each. Phong ;-0670. 32 FOR jpHALIS—Firestone car cooler. $6.DO. Ca«' at 105 Beardsley. NEW YORK CLOSE Nl-;w y< .«!•„ k- _ .\ i' ll.'dii- : ' .\!:i«ka .111 p. A:|I,-.| . hcTM., .1! ,,:••! Il.v ..... Allieil S'. ,,l,-s .Mlis Cl'alni. • s .M:.: .\nn<!'. an i '.i u .Ml"M i, an C.i- :,,,,! |-',,.ir.dl '. A ini" . a M .. M-l I ',.! . -,'i\ r,,u . r . ,\ III, -I .1 ill, I."' I l|l,.', v .. Am, -I .1 :IM I' .111, 1 I. 'till Am, : " .11: I, ad ,11,, I Sf.', S . . Am, •! •• an Kull "t M<il Am, M'.. in Mn. -'in and Itef A n;.~ r ' :i n S , , <• ; !•',, nid , :rs Am.M •'. ;u> T.-: and TH Mil": ,, an T.-h.i. . ,, I: Am ..... -an Wai.'i Win Us Aim-t i'-an Xm- I. -ad and S:l\i Aiia.,,nda Aim, nn- ai'd <',, Al. hi«on. Topelia t. Santa I'Y .Miami, I:,'|:M.TV . . A v ,n i it'll i ',,1 p. >ra : , in ...... Hall :m. ne „• i Him I'.ui 'osdall HI ......... lleild \ \\ ..If, o . . . Helhlohcm Si,', -I .' P.iii'ini: A n Jape . . . Hordi'ii i 'miiMa n\ I!,, It -W.iMi.'i l:i-:i;t- M.uinf.-i, ..... pi; Hndcl M.iitij'a, nil tni; C'idd Wh. r. I'.-lllllllr I ,\ ||... la I -.-iliadiai! I n, .1 i. ( ':l s,' I 'nlllpa ll\ I via lies,' I -,,| pin ,' I nn I 'h,'sa p-'a k- .V i i|, ". . . I'hrysler c •nrpi.iat MHI . I'.dBal.-Pallii.iln.'-l'i'.-l i '(i!nnili'.-i (lii > V i:i,-< ' i ;. ( •.nnllle''' i.'l I hi\ ,'st inenl Trust t 'inn men ,-| ' Snl 1 . "ill M i -nnsnl da d IMispii Cnnlinini'ai < id Pel ......... (-.1111 Proiln. IS ............. I 'l-nu n /id!.', Iri, ll ....... I'm tiss-W: icli! ............ Poiiulas A .1-, !iili ............. MllPollt Ile.v,.ni,.'.ir ......... Kaslman K"dali . .,. .. Kler til, A. It, i I. whl i-:i,.,-i, i, P.IW..I- in, ,i i.iubi ...... i:,.nelal I-)!," I, i,- i;,Mi.,val I'I.II.N .......... C,.'ll"ial Mi, tors ...... Condi :, ll r.oodv ":ir 'I'ii, and Itubher. . . Urea! \,irl!i"j-n pftl ...... Ci-cvhoiind ............. Houston n ' ................ llildsmi M,'l,,,s .............. I Hit, ins r, nt , a I ................ Inspi i ii ; inn ' ','iipei .............. Intel lake Imp ............ 1 nlei'iia i iona ! T la i-\ ,.«t"i- . ... Internal I, nal llMlro-Elec A ... I menial inna I N'k'd ''nn ........ I nl el na I .una ! Taper ptd ....... For Sale—Miscellaneous Flying and balsa model plnne kits Jeeps, truck*, tanks, ships, fitting* bnlaa wood rarvln p knives rinpe and rement. (!nm« jn u nd 'ook ,i round. Kd ward'i Camera E.xciinng*. 160!) Nineteenth street 8-22-tf REPAIR your o\vn shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for repairing Paul Hornung. 1606 Nlne- teenth street. 8-23-lf PORTABLE Hercules 4-cyllnder gasoline wnter well engine Thompson Dairy. Potamnc Drive between Quantlcn and Oswald. 37 RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company, 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 4-24-tf KECAPP1NG Bring: your old tires to us for recapping. We use Grade A rubber; 24-hour service BKN/INOS SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets 8-5-tf DECORATE your home with mirrors. W« specialize in mirrors and mnntels, nelli and doors. Bakersfleld Glass Company. 1716 Nineteenth street. 1-10-tf VACl"UM CLI2ANEHP, Irons, toasters, heatinji pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-back euarantee. Huntlpy Appliance Service and Repairs. W7 Waler street. Phone 2-4570. 64 NOW IS THE TI5IE to fertilized before the rains begin; 100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverized. $6 per load. delivered. Phone Rusk's Ila_u->\ 2-4027 or 2-3351, 6 4 I KNMOV meetinff my friends on the street since I run hear with VACOLITK. Clement Hershey. 2735 Center. Phone 2-0571. 8-29-tf Hot Wale,- Heaters $3.1 Laund-y Trays $IH Krult .lar 76c doz. Plattirm Scales Show Cases Stools Ice Cream Maker Bevern^e Cooler Wooden Bowls Dishes Stock Pot.i Steam Tables Brooms Mops t'oolers Hundreds of other items Oswald's Restaurant Supply 710 Nineteenth Street I'hone 2-9317 50 LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover eweepers available only to persona bavin* old Hoovers to trade In. Liber 1 allowance. Guaranteed factory part* and service. Call Welll'e service department, 6-6861. ZJL'J QET JOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber -tamp company. You will bt satisfied with Its prompt service. Pads, inks, dater* of all makes. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8-8102. 43 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171- K STREET PHONE 6-6069 WASHING MACHINES repaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co.. 913 Baker, phont 2-9278. 8-2,8-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR S \LK--Navv blue drpss. font stylp. si7e 10. $10 Illnp (.orduroy cllpss. sizp HI. J.'l. lii'fl work .inniippr suit, si7.p 10. $.') Hnl i-drriiiioy jumppr. ai7p 10. $1'. Hcit iilai.l sUiit, si7e S in 10. I'_V Sin-k < rppe diPKS. Junior mxp ID, $.>, Cnll l'.':"l <' strrot. I', f. SIONAL CORPS Sx30 blnorulars. Complete, \vilh iHrryniff Hliar and case. Ciiainnte.'d $"5. Fkix B-Ju. care The ' 'a I iforn la n C.OKRTZEN GYPSl, T J[ and COMMERCIAL KKHTILIZKR SPREADING PHONE SI I AFTER 684 BOX 4S7. SHAFTER, CALIF. WALL BLAC:KBOARDS CRAYOLAS—PAINT SETS EDUCATIONAL AND PLAY TOYS BAKERSF1ELO HARDWARE CO. L'Oir, CHESTER AVENUE TAYLOR-TOT play pen. baby's Jumper i hair, sizes 1 girl's wool coat. Phone 3-131'ti. .12 Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mountins and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3-27-tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radios. Poston Radio Service, corner of K snd 99 Highway. Phone 2-0498. 2-1-lf WILL PAX highest cash price (or ynur piano. Call 8-S673. 1-26-tf We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 09 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest cash prlc* paid for new And used pianos. Pbnne 8-8981. U-lS-tf CAR AERIALS for any make of car. $4 95 and up. Poston Radio, corner of K street and 93 Highway. U-l-tf RADIOf— Sold traded or repaired. We give expert service at reasonsbls prices. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. SI 1--I1ASS Hribner aecordian. Good for be- Ki liner. $fi r,. Phone IMi/o?. •'HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radios. Rakersfleld Radio Supply, 280K Chester avenue Phone 2-B160. 8-11-tf BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Models I2U 60 Up All radios offered for sale have hesn reconditioned, snd are guaranteed. SERVICE ON ANY MAKE RADIO BAKERSFIELD RADIO SIJPPL* 281S CHESTER AVENUE DIAL 2-5160 8-11-tf Bud and Pete Klaisen. Phone 3-175!) or 3-1546 46 TUB OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA- TION has set dollars-und-centa 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 nersnnnl household effects. For information concerning these and nil other celling prices, call the Bakersfield War Price end Rationing Hoard. Phnne 9-11419. „ 6-13-tf er?lce S New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock In Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-14S8 39 FOR SAI.K—Rcrondilloneil F.-Flat alto H:I xophune, $71) cash. 250S Alturns Drrve, L_a_C_i_esta. 3- L'PRIOHT piano for on In. in Good condition. $1.10 cash. Phone !i-S97i. 182S •taker. 32 I'OU SA l.l'!—.\IeiHtrr Kiarnl rnnlmnany np- riKtu piano, si'li'iulnl tune. $ST>. :!nl8 Linden it\ - eliiie, Skjline. I'hone :!-Oi)l;i. CJI'LHRANSdN piano ivilh bench. Newly (•(Hitlil ion".I ami tuned. ^OU ICaBL Se\- etllh sLrcel f'hone l'-^u.*,^. M 1'lAN'li l''(.)I* SALK — Kimball. practice piano, inetiiuin si?.e, in good condition, fully K'un tantet-d. l''ull price $0.",. Ternis $ti.S4 per month Baldwin Piano Dis- I rilnil_o^rs, 1 r, 1 -__Sevente^nt_h sjieel ^ :M LATK MOPE1. rnmhlnailon radio and tihonoBraph Phone ::-:l,'ill Cameras and Photography Fnrt SALK— AiKolrl KiKlni hi-oine mj.-i |,I KIMI sliiirle philters und leutlier ca.-f 32 Typewriters, Office Supplies "Invasion ol Kuiope" and "Rome Cnp- tur^d by Allies" an', other newsreels; 8-nim and Iflmtn. scenic adventures and sports ptctuies New cartoons Little Kinff Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Rdward'* Camera I£x^hanicv 160'J Nlne- _tee_nth. t 1 .?/'? BOAT—Inboard. 14-fooi: extremely fa»l Pf'i-fecl condllion. Can )^e seen al 412 Marcus smel after Ii p. m.. or phone _S_-7C13. __ 31 RKFRI'iRHATOUS overhauled waslnnit machines rehuill. Cooler service. We also movo refrigerators. :(2S U'ashln^:. ton. Uildnle__Phoni 2-78]8_ 3.1 BKAN CUTTKR altachinent for Farmall tractor*. Immediate de!lver>'. l.inder lla£dware_Company. Tulate. ,13 ONE PREWAR 2-piece Cheslerf iel.l set with spring;!; one pair man's lubbers, one pair overshoes, one pair boots. «ixe 'J'i-10. .:'0-35 deer gun and .^0-30 riser Bun. shells for both. 1400 Shasiit Drive. Olldale. 3 1 F'OR SALK—Four-way drae bits, various sizes, sharp. 1236 Thirty-third stieei Phone 2-0178. 31 FOR SALR—Plnlmll machine In good condition, 826 Lake rtreet, rattnie 1112. WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, adding machines, chechwrlters and cnsh regls- ters Lynch Typewriter Company. 1660 ''hester avenue 6-29-tf Fruits and Vegetables C9c FOR FULL LUCJ your own contnlners. The same kiiid of pears we had last year. FOU SEE THETDAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTEK AVENUE 49 10-INCH electric fant, .'(-speed osrill.-il me. baby bed nnd hieh chnlr. Call I'Mison Highway. Kainbow Court. David Hughes 31 ONK COOJ.ER; pair rubber boots. »ne 8; loEger'a boots, »l/.e 9: 3-burner oil stove. Iron bed mid two sets nf springs, one dinette table. Phnne 3-2790 31 \0 :019 Enl<er East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Medium* Si/.e. Full Lug niii- FULL LUG Bring Vonr Own Containers 1019 Baker street. East Bakerstiekl 8-30-tf LARHE No. 1 PEACHES $1.25 PER Ll'G 126 'NORTH CHESTER Just Across the Bridge, the Fourth Building No. 1 LIBB* PEACHES FOR SALE. JS« NORTH rHFJSTER. JITS'l ACROSS RIVER ON EAST SIDE OF STREET. 18 jBafctrgfietD Calttorman Tuesdoy, September 5, 1944 ]5 Contrary Trends Mark N. Y. Stock S. F. Stock Market j Market ^Irregular ! SAX !•'!!.\.Vi •[*'•'>. Sfpf. 5. | <''"iu i: •!]•;• in-ill!.-! kopt stock | ; nn\>'.l as tin' mirk'-' r>-Hppn<'d today ai't"i- t In l;r, s "1° ir,,u Hun. '. S'o. k — Clo = " A , 1. I I [• A , . -- . - ,"r '» now-lONKS AVERAGES Pi -i -iiininrtrv eloping Dow-Jon*s av.iarjrs: Industrial, 14fi.5fi, oft :::z;i" :T'I n!i "'- '-'i'- w.w, off HM-. utility. 2.Vi<4, ,,f| n ji; Hn r) 55 ntnr-kH, 52.43, i Poultry and Eggs j t iai|>- .\ I , r, I v. t . ;,,],. | t , ,, • ;, mf . I <I i 'till i: l ;i id- .V :; 7 i' '/' . «. It .< ,, ^ • n tip A I 7 -/ I 'i, I lif'liiit ..r<..s ',. , iii's'iii'Pl-' grade A A .'.nWl'.l'i fr;i,|.. \ ,V. ll lin. u-i.n!-- It 40 ''i I :'-< ni''<hum, until" A A 4'.»^i ',_'• Rrade A <7'il III. small, urade A '.''. '" J !'•- i I,,'UK.'. «rn.I,. AA "•:! " "'•""'. snide A IS'j I '•' .',!': - . tiaiie I: :;;,'•; ::tl, ; rr.-'li'itn. grade I A H"iM4. . vinnll. --rail-' A :'."'i:t;.-. ! i:nii..r. iiimii' AA i::,'. =1.1,1.. A 4;' a i-. ; Ki-iiili- II 4: '-jr. Bliuli' i ' 41 , , l'nnlir.\- -in, h;i ncr-l :i' -.-line ii:,,,-«. Lot Angeles Hay fin.! «r;iin h;t v pciros n-mn i!i**«t unf-hjiiispd "V'-i HIP hnli.l.iy I'iirlot nrrlvnls 4» «-(ipnl. IS r-arlpy. Ill i-orn. . : ' o.lls. 1 m.ln. :'. flax. •_'< riniir. 1 lirnn. 1:; rcrpni. U'l Inn r S No I u ml ^ lp«fv f;y<ff\n ;,n I' .-'. Nn '. uri'i-n $^7 r>D'« ;'J anrl Nn. ; J••.', ujii. .No 1 n:it.i t?,:''i:\:\ ami Xi>. l IP.-II ii'v soii'd •:;. S;il"R wrip *.'. s.'.n sharr' 'i-T.jI'i last l-'riijav. r'urb turnnvpr in-ip to j»i MH shares fi'om 255,. 7::."- !a.«l Frirlnv. Fruits and Vegetables Yon Mrk them. V«ry best quality. 60c »er ln«: brim vonr own container!. North i:bester avenuo. throneh Oildali». _ nd.lolnin«_^tank_faj;rn _^_ 32 OKOIMIIA IJKLL and White Heath peaebrn. $1."-0 per Int. Rrm« rontaiii- "t^. fteal Hoad nnd .Took H\enup. the _ old Millpr_jiliiiT. 3^ Xo. 1 extra large elingw. eflpeclnllv de!i- eioiiH for eHnninp. Huiiy, those aie «,ntiK rant. I'leaso hrinff rontamrrji. ll|ien (ill « n in. 1500 Palm Drive, corner 'if Paiifie. .Near Kern General _ Hospital. ___ ___ _ 3:1 I1KUIO is your chance to get Bartlett pears and orange elm? peaehen. Remember thiH if« the hi!«t chance for penches. This is the place for biirfiains. Ice cold watei'tneloiiM, Kit Fruit Stand, on Rosedale lliKhway. in l-'ruil va le. ^t Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Two (pin of «onrt work m«rei. one brood mar* with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone t-7088. 7-]»-tf FOB SALE—Good Jersey cow. 14 balea of good alfalfa hay. Ilhone_:s4 li>3. 31 RAIIBITS and hutchjn for sale: also four pair trouaera. I'hone 2-1376 or call 317 H «lrffl. .It ATTENTION Blood-te»t*d baby chicks, brooder*, poultry supplies nnd i«*d. Wo buy your *(g>. Chick* 116 hundred, lilt Union, or 114 Eighth Phona 7-70JS or 2-i)48S> 2-1-tf BABI (.'HICKS J16 per hundred; New Hampshire Red*. Khode lilnnd Red*. t'lymouth Rock*, Rock and Red Croai: naw ihlpment every Monday order early. Also plenty of-metal f«*der* fountain* and poultry medicine*. Ward'* Farm Storo, 252; Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING) n number ol outitandlnf v ear- linn and i-year-nid registered Hereford bull? A. H. Karpe. Phone V-«671. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS atarted on order. W* hav* colored Broilers, roasting hen*. Rlver- vlew Hatchery. 21B Robart* Lana. Phone _J-9396. 7-19-tt BUY. SELL or trad* all kind* of livestock. Phon* 2-3022. Roy Jnhninn, 1 mil* north Pumpkin C*nl*r. 200 yard* *a*t on Hni- klns Road. 4> ATTENTION. POULTRTMEN! Ou. Market In Open We Pay ' r nps for Frytrs nlio RoastTs One Bloc'< West of iJast RaUerificId Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial 2-IM58 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET Wit. I, KXCHANOI.; Home food work horses for young entile. A. H. Karpp. _ I'Jlollu^lJHijJL __ I! 3 Tul> PRITKS paid for rabbit fryers and rnbbit pelts. 800 NIIeH Hlreel. Phone TOR SAI.K — Twelve Hampshire HPHM. IS inunlliM. 1>1 ea< h. I'hune ti-fi:l^il after NICK Jel ney family nnik e<nv cheap for "aMll. Si»« l.ollis \\'ilfnx. Koilte 4. lliix 4o:i. Rakei'Kfield; '1 4 mile southwest of ijroeley School. Fill; HALH — i:. bead of cnlvfs In (food shape, ranginr 1 rom d months to 1 year: al>fli ftnir miod saddle- horses. Cnll __ 2 - 04 78_o r_ j: - 1 .'. :! a . __ fl 6 l'X>H SAl.I'^ — Two good Jersey milk cows. j renh ini\v Kivint' four gallon* each a day. l-'Oiir KOCM! ilniihle riibhlt hutches. -tu tons exit-, (food baled alfalfa hay. I-'OIl SALI'V-'I'w.i inilkiiiK Shorthorn hull cnlves. 1 year olil. nnd one purebred _ Poland China _ hour I'lione. 2-6 19 7 . __ Rini.NC, MARK — S years old. hrnke. Bailed. Low price, for quick wale. Phone ^-335L'. .1:1 Dogs and Other Pets FOU SALK—Molu Cocker Buantel pui). 10 weeks' old. He. is ted blond ami has pupers. 70!l Yonemile Drivf. Olldale. _ C1IVK Scuttle a (rood homo: male, well- behaved. Phone 4-l'tti.S or iiMiuire ti 1J Water street. For Exchange—Miscellaneous WIl.I, TRAPE i-l.-ar Id.IS DodBe sedan t!IC,sni"j) for later Iiodye seduu. Phono XK\V Vr.RK. Sopt. r,. IU.P1— Th« stock iii;irki>t npened narrowly Ir- rpKular u.i.hiy in rnocleraiely active tradnit. Antninijliilp i-'-tii's t'irmpri under Ihr- Ipailpfship (.f f;i;:ifr:il Motors which nppnr.«l iJ" 1 ! shares at HJ' 2l Hl> '«. i. hrysi<--r sf.I.l at 92* t , HP !.. Cotton Futures NEW YORK. sept. -i. (JP)— Fiii-orahl* war news. i...i. ii nn in grain prices and the Improvi! cotton ciop outlook called nervous |,,|u'iUt,on and hor| s » sellnu in cotton funnes today. Price* at onu sold off a« inu, h ,i« 75 «-\\\n a ha \*. and rally,nc :• -n.lejv '.-v ilnuujh mill buyinB and . n\. r 1,2 d:."-.ouriixe<i by continued free i,f(,;i .UK.-,. Late Rfternoini value? were 40 to *if> cents a bale i.,w>M' M. t-Tber ^1.43. December 21.1:1 and March Jd.97. Futures rlos'd 1."t in 75 rents a bale lower. October :: 1 l'\ December 21.17^ 21.^0. March :o. :i3 <it in. !) t. May 20. fi5. July ^(1.^4. Middlm; si»>t. 21.SS nominal. Los Angeles Produce I.OS ANGELES. .Sept. 5. (/P)—Trading in« fruits and vefieulilcs was fairly good tixlay. Tomatoes and Brunswick tus wore weak; peaches firm tn slightly stronger; cauliflower, summer snuash and watermelons were nightly weaker; peas slightly stronger; beans arid plums steady 10 firm. Apples: Per cwt . Sunoma cuunty C,rn- v.-n«tein» J7.80: Alclnto.ih S7.SO. Wataon- Mile, -Sklnne.-'s Seedlings J7 i>'l Asparasuo- Local Colossal I!."),- lb.: cttr* fancy and select 20(fl J:lc Ih ; fancy 186> unc lb.; rhoic.i l^'u'Hc lb. Avocado*: Ana.helms 15^!»ic lb : Dickinsons 8©12c- lb.: Ryans ?0®':'2c lb. Caiitalouocs: San Joaqum valley jumbo 3iis and larcer Sl.r>0@2: Little Ro.-k lidded .rales, jumbo 36s and larger 12; Cren- Miaws. San Joaquin valley fancy Jumbo 4s-Ss $11.25 $ 2.50: casabas. San Joaquin \-alle>' jumbo 6s S2^2.1,'5. Cauliflower: Lettuc* crates, untrlmmed Snouhall. local tl.25® 1.50; San Luis ohispo county il.7S@2; pony crate* San Lull Ohispo county S1.50I& 1.75. Celery: Local Pascal JO-23 in. rratM $1.7.1192.25; Sturdea crate* S dox. 13.25; i.odi crates G doz, $1.25@il.nO. Cucumbers: Loral. San Dleao county and nnrihern u.4<@5.5 lb.; lug. No. 2s OUi-ffSl. PJKBiilant: Local and San Jnaquln valley 10c Ih.; Coachella valley 8©10c lb. I-'IKS: Local Brunswick* 7®Sc lb.; K',id.i[;i.-. San Joaquin valley 2-layer tlals i:ff1fn; Ih.; looee. fair 6670 lb. Lettuce: Dry pack. Santa Barbara county and San Lula Oblapo county, crate* 4-.1 doz. $4.10. Nectarine*: San Joaquin valley Quet- tus t!%£8c lb.; Brentwood* 7 I /iO'c lb. llni.'il'.isaB Saugus, 50-lb, San Jo»- uuins $2. lOfo 2.25. (luions: street sales. CO-lb. aacks Span- lab, local, medium and Jumbo* 90c@tl.l5: white Spanish, local $1.75@2.25; White (Holies, locul $1.75®:.'-'!: boilers, local White Globes $2.75: while Spanish 12.600 2.7.1; Idaho $3*3.25. 1'caa: Mendocinn county 12®13c lb.: Coloredo. bu»hi>l tubs 14. Peaches: Beaumont-Yucalpa Hales, SOfi and larger. sti'Jc lb.; 8an Joaquln valley <'urry seedlinffs. 60s and larger 7c lb.; Yadyermo Kio Oso Gcm«, flat* 9Hc lb. Pears: Bartletts. Lake county IV4® 9'ic lb.: Placerville 8®9c lb.; Arroyo Cnitido 7(Fji76c lb.; Hardy*. Santa Clara county .Vd'lc lb.; Watsonville 3'-jO4c lb. Peppers: Bella, local. San Dlccn counly and northern 74C8c lb.: areen chttt S'UlOr lb.: Julopinos, San Joaquin valley 101^,120 lb.: Fresno, chili, San Joaquin valley Sc. lb. Plums: San Joaouin valley Elephant Hearts 12c lb.; Bi-'aumont-Yucaipa aatfu- mus 6@8u lb. Potatoes: Street sales. 100-lb. *ack& T-A j:i.5U«i'3.«0; P. ides. Stockton. N. S. long whites. Hauifua and Tehachapl, N. 8. I-A $:i.»iS'3.!M>; Kusset*. Idaho, L*. S. 1-A $;i.tiii. Siiuash: White summer, local and San Diek'o county, lutis $1.50(it>2; Itallao, local. San Dii-yo county and northern I1.7S9 2.-T.; yellow crookncck, local and San lueyo counly $ 1.756.2: banana, local and San Diego county, per lb. 2%(93c; £{UQ.. bard iiVjjc. lb. Tomatoes: Local, San Diego counly and Ventura county, lass 5x5* and 6x6* 11.60 W2; stems. 8an Diego county 3-tler, 6(t| und fixiis Sll-i; 3.;:>. Watermelons: Truck lots. San Joaquin ^•rilley and local Klondlkes and etrlpea SID ton. fair Jl'O. street sales, per ton 140 W4, r i. Los Angeles Livestock LOS ANGELES. Sept. 6. <UP>—Cattl* salable 4-00. moderately active, fully steady. som«? cows sharply higher; medium to good steer* $13(6>15.60, comrnon to me* dhun $3. 7;j (ff 12. 75; common to medium heifers $3S|M2.50: good Idaho cows 112.50: medium to Rood cows $10® 11.75. cutter to common $S<3'!).?5, canners and cutters $fi &0$i fi.75. little done on bulls, medium to good stockers and feeder* $0.26©11.SO. Calves salable SOO. active, itronjrer: medium to chuli-e range calve* 11214. cull and common !7{H0.50; medium atock calves $11.10. Hogs salxtik- 2200. active, steady: bulk medium in choice ISO.240 ib*. US.75. heavier .veishts only $15; good to choice sows »Mftl4 r,0: feeder pig* $13©14.50. Sheep salable 2150, very (low. weak to Inwer: load medium to choice wooled lamba SliJ.J.'i gn.ite'1 I ."i per cent $1?. Government Bond* NKW YHRK. Sept. :,. (JPl —The clo*in» pi-lies of bonds ou the New York, Stock Kxchann*:: —Treasury ?H, r.'j-.'.n. September, 101.10. •js, ii3-.ii, mo ::;,. Vs. 54-5J. 100.18. •J :; s. «H-S4. June. 100.12. 2'-s. 70-K5. 100.14. Los Angeles Cash Grain LOS ANCtKLES. fept. 5. (/PI—Prices limited arc. cwt.. field run, in cat-lot* only. cnilv. California hurley, cradmg 46 Ib*., hulk $2.22 'j «t 2.27 "j. Yellow milo. No. 2. bulk $ J. 47 ' -j 'it L'. j J '- i.'alifornla wheat, hulk. Nn. 1 hard or soft white $2 fiOW2.6o. No. 3 oan. 3,"i Ibs.. 5 , bulk $2 tin'<! J.65. OBITUARY NOTICES (I UtkK. HKTTY MAKIIv--KmK-ial *< M v- I-'I-M lor Mt-li y «\la i U! * 'l?i rke. .:!. \vhn ilifd St -pi PHI IIP r It it L a tin a I hoHiuiit 1. \\ i!! bi> • niicliK-U'tl Sepu-mlu-r b HI. 10 u. in .it l-'oi t-«L I.uxvn .\U-ntoi iii 1 I'a i k bv i IH; H.tpHmi .Mnrtuai > In lev me in u ill b',' in Knvi'M Lit wn Mom or m I !»«[ U. \\ Jifft' K i u \ I'Niilo Hi»r\ H'I-H will UR i - ()ii- fjui i*>«l 1^' ilu- O K S. MIMK Clarke \va« a n i t-ni !'«•!• of t he .Sintn> suit- Clia PUT »f (i. }', S in 1'orl Land. ' 'i c Sin- wn s t>ini>!(iv<>il hy I ho op A in ['nr Hand nii'l .MID,- |o Hi»ki>rsfio].l Mir h,-r h.ullh A:i- KNSI. in Slit- is Hurvncd Ir. h^i inulhrr, Ali.s. Al.n - I'luik.', Kak.M-i:ru-liJ. Kiorr. \n< nAI;I, itKii K — i-in.-mi Hi*r\ ii f» I'M .M 11 1 hit P I Uruot? K lopp. ml aiu noil uf In and Mr H. Munlu-w K lopp. ;'l 07 Luke atrtx-l. HaktTHfielil. will t>e hrlff Septi-rnljci- tt at 10 •;!'( j, Jn u i t lie Hnpaon Mmtua j-y, ihi- K«vei*.MnJ Hotlister Millfr of firia ( .nu Im-'imem \v ill b*» in <;i t'i'Mhi wi< M.-innrial Turk. .^oiniNi \vul oi> A VIH 1 )H vi« and pal!ben rprn. Kohci \ 'I'm ki t. Wtiynt 1 Martin. Janu-s Mu^'.s a nd La \v; cnri' 5Ciu>r chcr The ha !>v' g l.i i ho r IH stirvint? in a l'int*jd smii-s h -pit a I in Au.vint ho Be»idei- his par- on i s tif (* Nurvivcd hy aunt!*. Mrs M'!- iln.d Hu f I man Mih. AKM>>H M. \oai\ hoih of liak.M-f*fHjld an un«-|.\ Duk Jai!»•![, ltd ke:-wt it-Ill; «i H nUii.t n*nis. L>r a nd Mr.s. K!nv«! J Klopp. Ha kiM-Hl lehl. and Mi. and Mis. \V. L Jurrelt. Bak ( M«[ield. SAINT. t'OK.% M. — KnnIT;ii utrvu .>.-« (nr i 'ui.". M. Su in l. 7.V who tl ted Spptt-mhor .'i HI a i'r t'sno HoHpitu I. ur<- pi-nilinis ' ( ,hi» SK'phrn A HIM n KniiHr.-il lloin.', n J-'r fsnn tntprmiMit will l)*> m Krt'sno .M (»mi) rial t'emeiery, Survivms Mrs. Sn int in.' her Mima, f'I if font A Saint. HiiUfj.Hfu?:^: KdwnnJ Saint. Arvin: Terh- nu-rtl 8ori;i*unt John V. faint Army Air ' 'urps 'laiiglun M, Marian Willia inaon, in i IIIK. ' i ' n 10 1 f i' Nap.i . I na NH f fzisrr, Krosno ; brother. John Hull. Oklahoma ; sisters. Berth* KhN niMH, St'iut le. and one in Illinois; Krandrhildreti and sreat-«randcht!dren. HORK, JOHN— Funeral aemccn for John Short*. 1 J who died August 31 on Sev- I'M* h SiunUfi t d Read, will be held Sep- tonihor t> at J J v>. ni at Payne & Son rhapt'l. th* 1 Uevert-nd John Murdoch offi- Interment will l>c m L'niun ' y . Mr S h o r « j is H u r v : vod by a, &\m Shore. Colgme, Okla.; son. ( l!i> Shore. F'siao Robles; daugh- | i MTS. Mi rfa ret Shore a nd Lou isa Shore, i t iklahomu j TOItKUNCK. MARY ANN— Funeral seiv- I - •'.•* d t- Mary Ann Turrence. "0, who • filed Si-DU'iiiher - at her home. 319 I OW.MIH stiver, were hel I September 5 •it - :',•> P in. at Cain A. M. E Church, ih.i llevei'Ar.d H. A. Clinton officlmtinr. I !it''rnn--ni wus m 1'nion i.'em«tery. Sur- vivitiy Mi st. Torrenre are her d&uch* trr s. Mn n ha JT;» rvt-y. \'era Fraser, Ollia Mfn- Shf!b>. all of Bukerafield; Kunit-« !•'"! it. Siocki "ii sons. CInrenco Torrcnc*. |-1n ku'r-sf told , UeorKe Torronc* 1 . Stockton ; Asa Tnrrenro. l.os AnKelps: brothers. A ' t';-fd To it -'lire, South faro 1m a ; .jrand- ' n M n, V>oiVt Hiirrm. Hakernfleld; I Kinn.i TiMT'-nce and Altheda Torrence. h"i h '>f Ka !IK:I a : Harvester Dawnon. Lo» A n^'i'If-- ; \\'a iti'r TorriMi<:p. Sacramento. r IN APPRECIATION I \Vt» \\ :^li it- e\iT(?sa our apprecUtion for i the kmilnesjt and sympathy of our friend* ; n ml for Lhi'ir bcuutitiil flora*. offarinff» j din -trip our recent bereavement. (Signed); Mts. Klwilda NelHnn an.i William Hardtn*. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GKAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cwt Phone 7-7M1 Ch«*ttr Avcnut at ThirUtnth J. 0. Flicking" Fmk Olgter AMBULANCE SERVICE ! DAY and NltisgT

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