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For *•!•—Mi»c*ll«n*otw Use WARD'S Mineral Mill and pay nothing until September. Save Fuel. MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. FARM STORE, 2526 Cheuter avenue, Bakersfleld, Calif. 35 FOR SAl.K—Lieht half-ton trucn bed. I'hone 3-11177. 34 " 'ft SNAPPING Bring your nld tlrm in u* for rtcapvlni. We UM Grade A rubber. 24-bour service BENZINOg SERVICE Twentieth and K Slreete , . SJS-tt DECORATB your bom* with mirror*. W* specialize In micron and mantel*, welle and dnnr*. BakersfUld Glia* Company, 1715 Nineteenth »tre«t. l-l»-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toa«ter». nesting pad*, motors. everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Huntley Appliance Service and Repairs. 917 Water street. Phone 2-4570. 64 NOW IS THE TIME to fertilized before the rains begin: 100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverised. IS per load. delivered Phone Ruak't Dairy. 2-4087 or 2-9311. (4 I ENJOK meeting my f-lends on the atreet alnce I <-an hear with V A CO LITE. Clement Herahey. 2735 Center. Phone 2-0671. J-S9-H RADIO REPAIRS Quick aervlce. General Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone i-»21» 4-84-lt SPARK PLUG TIRE PUMPS. kinder Hardware Company, Tulare. Phone 72. 36 FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIP3 Load U TourMlf B\KBRSFIELD BOX COMPA.NT Highway 19 I Milt. South of Town 9-a-tc 11(43 INTBHNAT1ONAL. pickup buy baler and a C. C Case tractor. J K. Vnnre. Route 1, Box 328. Delano: 2 miles west of Highway 99 on Schuster Road. 37 yOFl SAIjE—Four-yard dump body and hoist. 6!<i East Nin«t*enth ntr«rt. or call __9-967J . 34 RECOVERED studio couch. $26 hardwood play pen. Sf>: twin baby bueiiy, ill: 'i-horsn (hallow well pressure piimti. S^.'i. Phone .1-2031. _^ S4 VEGETABLE PLANTS CUT FLOWERS Cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, lettuce, celery, other vegetable plunts. Cheap per dozen. Special price per thousand. Ftinenil designs, flowers for all occasions. Wholesale, price. House potted plants. Table grapes lOc a pound. Open Sundays. 715 L street. '"one 2-474S. 35 Radios, Musical Instruments — T'OH SALK — New model 9 - full choke bore; pump sun, 1 2-pauge. fivo boxes of shells. I'alifornlan. Winchester Bux E-3»2. The Rt'MMAO.E SALIC at California and Baker _ Sam rday morning. ____ CARPENTER'S workbench; new lathe bench section; two sacks of cement; odd fruit Jars. Dewdrop chicken waterer, small walerers and feeders and a. few i-liii-kens. Phone it-9734. _ 1U-HORSKI'OWI3R electric motor: Phill-o (Jnlflcn Voice i-ji r nidio. nn'l Kirestftne *" SHIIi Twenty-third. Phone FOt'R PAIRS prartic.illy new dress shoes. si/.f 7A. and two uairs 7'i;AA. No HI amp. I'hune. 2-aa!)0. 35 J'OK SAI^IC—Stover engine. 2-rylimler. S-horsepoWL-r. mnKnetri type, wild gd\'- finnr. Foui-th hou.se weet of Shell camp on N'orris RoatT | IJI.rAVEH-TYI'E cooler. 2JOO culiic feel: deep-well Peerless pump. Ift-hovsepower; Inrycle; cotton trailer. 2-bale. Route 1. _ Box 47. Shatter. 3« $50 BABY BtinOY. 3 months old. perfect condition. J30. 904-A Seventeenth street. 36 TIRB HECAPPINO ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171- K STREET PHONK l-60«» s-y-tf Call 35 FREE DIRT, if you haul it away, at 2510 Kentucky. FOR SALE—Lawn mower, or 711 Britc, Olldale. Phone 3-2710. PORTABLE barbecue grill, inexpensive occasional armchaii and common iris "_ I>U 15S; ghone 2 -2i);;8. 1919 Cedar. KKW soft drink stand, complete with awn- Ins; triangular shape. 50-foot counter spare. Ideal 'or Pair concession or permanent location. Can be seen at 3626 M si i eel. 3 !J ' FINK ..T06 .Manner rifle and five boxes of shells 6!S Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-1022. . FOR SALE—Gas brooder liousea and bat- lerifM. Could be uaed sheeting. 711 Helle avenue. ^ Von SALE—Westinghouse osclllatinB fun. HO. Old Enpllsh electric floor ooliaher. 1 1 u 1800 N'ilfH atreet. 35 Caae L. S.. with ncrapur case L. A., with scraper P-7 with carrynll J-ti with carryall Oliver 70 4-row cultivator and 4 -row planter Vsed Killefer 6-foot ilist; One used turnover plow Cent i H|'I'elit'oniia Implenn'tit Company Did .Main. Delano. Phono 4731 .13 We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest caah prlc« uald for new and ujcd pianos. Pbone 8-8981. »-lS-tf COTTON CROP UP NEW Y q RK S T °CK CLOSE 461,000 BALES CAR AERIALS for any make or car. 14.» ; • nd up. PMton Radio, corner of K (treet ; and »: Highway. »-l-tt ( FOR SALK—700 'or 800 feet of ',s-lnch t a^ile; fine for corral, tu. Phone_S-_i!:!6'J. FIl'KB FERTILIZEn—About 1500 Ihs. clean. well pulverl/.ed. Thirty-fourth and I'niim. You haul. £hone_2-2i:o ". FOR SALK -— 1/3-horsepower standard electric meat grinder, perfect shape; HMD American ulicer, practically new. Phone,Ji-»044. 35 I'OR RALE—Outboard Class C racfng boat. 10-foot, fully reconditioned. $35; also havQ 3-horsepower Champion outboard motor. Will eell or trade for larger motor. Also one .30 Lugar pistol and holster, with shells. $60. Phone 7-71C7 "'' call 7^8 Twenty-fourth street. 38 l.ADY'8 size 20. handsome black cloth cout. 6-Inch brown fur collar: three pairs expensive, hardly worn oxford*. Mack, brown and blue, size «A. All pre- \viir. very cheap. PhojyLjt?" 8 ^-- ?J! FOR KALE or tra'de. for »1 or 1-ton pickup, complete welding nutfit. New Lincoln 300-amp. on '936 Chevrolet. I'/i-ton truck, in excellent condition. Also Genera! Electric washer and mangle: high- oven «tovo and rocking chair; bar cop- l»er. IxlxBl. Phone 3-90SO. 35 WASHING MACHINES Kepaired. nuick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes re- palred-'diid rebuilt. Genera! Service Co., 913 Baker, phone 2-927S. • !)-8-tf KERN' WERM FEHM at 1920 Cherry street, has best oupply of fish worms of cm ire, season. Phone --4U31. ^ ONK COOLER: pair rubber hoots, size R; • logger's boots, »lzn »; 3-hurner oil stove. iron bed -and two sets of springs, one dinette table. Coleman gasoline range. Phone 3-3790. 33 FOR SALE—One 12-compnrtment rabbit hutch, one bird cage with stand. Phone 3-6671. SS "VACUUM CLEANER. Irons, clock* and all small appliances repaired. No delay. Oeneral Service Company, 913 Baker. Phone_:_ 1 9278. 9-8-lf FOR SALE—Thayer de luxe collapsible rubber-tired baby carriage, excellent condition. $25. 31'8 Beardsley. 3j> WlCK HORSES CHEST WORLD GLOBES—BOOKS TOYS OF EVERY KIND BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE 2115 CHESTER AVENUE HIOHR8T PRICKS pa 16 for used radios. Rakersfleld Rsrtln Supply, 1*08 Chester avenue Phons 1-S150. 8-11-tf BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Models $29 60 Up All radios offered for sslo have been reonndittonsd. *nd nrs vusranteed. SRRVICfO ON ANY MARK RADIO BAKKRSFIRLD RADIO SUPPLY 18H CHRSTICH AV1CKUB DIAL 1-5150 H-ll-lt WILL STORE piano for use or will buy If reasonably priced. Phone 2-2780. 34 KERN MUSIC SHOP. 906 Raker. Musical Instruments, supplies and sheet mualc. We repair all musical Instruments: ho\vi i reh«lred. 67 , FOR SALK—One cabinet Majentlc radio: box springs and maaresa; Nomis pure \ air unit; ?7 \Vhite Leffhorn laying hens: several pairs of ladies' prewar street ! shoea: ski hoots, high-top boots, size' «'i. n,i stamps housecfiat; coat; wool; gabardine aki outfit, size. 16: man's ; ski boots, high-top boots. »lzc 7'4 small | size overcoat; two suits; two club a]n-| minimi heltlea. Phone .1-20-7. 34 j CASH foi' vour old radio, regardless of a«e, mak« or condition. Phone 2-51M. i 7nj Washington avenue. Oildnle. IMPROVEMENT REPORTED BY AGRICULTURE DEPT. WASHINGTON, Kept, s </p»—The cnttiiii crop Improved to the extent of 4fi 1.01)1) bales during August, the agriculture department reported to- '• day. It placed the, indicated crop at ! 11.483.OOd hales of 50ll pounds gross, weight calculated on conditions , existing September 1. The yield,' now forecast at '21'.]. 4 pound of lint ; cotton an acre, is ^.lightly larger than the previous all-time record of -7L'.4 pounds in 1!M2. the department said. The estimate. hawed on conditions existing September I. compares with. a forecast of 11 .oi'i.Dnti bales n month ago. 11.427.110(1 hales produced' last year, and an average production of 12.4ri3,00l) bales in the ten years The abandonment nf acreage from natural causes since July 1 was re-, ported as 1.3 per cent, leaving 2d.- Ifi4.0oo acres for harvest, compared i with an abandonment of 1.3 per cent last year, leaving a harvest acreage ; of 2!.«?:;,000. and an average ahan-i donment of 2.0 per rent in the ten ! years, 1934-HMi. with an average i harvest acreage of 2(i.:iS!»,Odfl. Tlie condition of the crop on September 1 was 7~i per cent of a nor- j rnal. compared with US a year ago, i and a September 1 average of G7 in j the teir years. 1 xi:\v YUI:K. sun. s. A i A ll'Kh.i iiy i 'ni )u<i ;i l inn -\ All",I i-Ill-mil ill and I>M I is Alln-il Si,in'* Hi'* '.\llt.-- i-h.llmi-rs MlK . •'•<'': Several tfvnd reconditioned console radio*, priced $2-i to $:10. We also have u few numlier 24, 2ii, -7. :M. 4.'i. 47 and ,'i 1 radio lilhfs for sale. Phone 3-MM. Hurl; Radio Seivk-e, 70^ VVashineton avenue. Oildali- :! ,'i PIANO—Dark mahogany finish, newly tuned and conditioned. 209 Kast Seventh street. _Phpne_S-3!>53. 3.1 r'OR SAl.re—(lood iiuiirter-size violin, com- plf'te. Phone 2-4!*'t-. 1122 flaef. 36 BABY (IRANI) PIANO for sale. Cahle *Son. Sjaxopnhone. C Melody. I'hone r,-r,97.1. 85 PIANO—(3ood condition, $125: oak ilining lalile, six chiiirs'. JST>. 712 South Washington, just off Potomac. Camaras andI Photography WIT, 1 , PAY top nrice for good 8-mm. movie projector. Write Box G-J01. The Call- ! forn Ian. __ 35 FOR SAL.F.—5xT Gnif\«x and developlnc tank. 62511 Thirtieth street. 3C WILL PAY CASH for typewriter!. «ddln« machine*, checkwrlters and each rtgIs- le:» Lynch 'I'yvewriter Company. 1660 theater iirenue. t-tt-tt WANTED TO BUY—flood used typewriter. I'hone 3-324. after » p. ni. 36 WANT to rent for one month, one standard make typewriter with 12-inch ca r- i iag« or wider. I'hone 4-4553. City treasurer. 35 Fruity and Veg«tabl«» 69c FOR FULL LUG Bring your own containers. The same kind of pears we had last year. 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Medium Size. Full Lug 89c FULL LUG Bring Your Own Containers 1019 Baker street, East Bakersfield S-30-tf LARGE No. 1 PEACHES $1.25 PER LUG 126 NORTH CHESTER Just Across the Bridge, the Fourth Building 35 HERE is your chance tn Bet Bartlett Bears and orange cling peaches. Remember this is the (apt chance for peaches. Thip IN (he place for bargains. Ice cold watermelon?, Ett Fruit Stand, on Rope- dale Highway. In Fruilvale. U4 HAVK ONIONS—Vtllow. Spanish and white wax. $t per lug. Bring own cnn- lalners. Also have pickliiiK oniona. Northwest corner of Allen Road and Ro»edale Highway, 35 FLOWER NURSERY It's time to plant now for winter vegetables. Onions, swl.s.s chard. cabbage and celery plants, 50c per hundred. Fresh c'lt flowers of all kinds at reasonable prices. Save your money. See us before you buy, Open Sundays. Phone 4-4871. Call at Mil O street, corner of Fourteenth and O streets. :',") PoultiMind_ FOR SALE — Good Jersey cow, 14 bales of good alfalfa hay. Phone 2-411J3. 35 fc'OH SA \jUi — Two (pan vt good work mares, one brood mare with coil. Mr. (jroat. r'hone 2-706(1. __ 7-1 9-tt ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, 'brooders, poultry supplies and feed. We buy your eggs. Chicks tic. hundred. 221* Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-1028 ov >-S48» J-l-lt A MK'i H'.'in I'ui- ii!nl I'iMinili > .\in>M|i:IM ;| nil Knrrtmi f'o\\i'l Am. i : mi I.ii n,i,vi- A nil i i. ,111 PM\\ er unil l.iubl . . Ami-IP.in (Mil. :oi'l Sfcl S Anieni-un ItullinK Mill A nii-i-H-in Snwltrr ;nnt ll-'l.. Am.-rii MM Sli-i-l Kiiiinilrii's AMIITH-III Til. iinil Ti-l. . AnnT!' ;ui Ti'tnii n, i, American Wiitei 'Vurkt- AraiMii'-in X.ini'. I.i-iH] iind Sil\ir Anaromla Anniiur & ruiM|ian> Alchlsnn. Topekii ami Santa !•'• Allantu Ui'fuierv Avi.il inn rurpnl at ion . . Halilwui l.iin>ini'livi' . Hiilt nni.ii- \- olni, llarnsdall (Hi B'-tiiii\ .\\i-il inn Hl'llll.-hfPI Sir,-1 tt'ii'ini; A 11 jilani- Honk'H i 'nni|i;in\' llor(;-\Vai ni-r HriL'^ja Mannrai lut mi; tiiulil Miinut.H'lui IIIH lludd Wh.'i-l I ';i hllni'l A: llci la I 'anailian I'in 11 i.- . l 'asi 1 ('nnipa n\ I Via IH-M- i in Jim a I H'M I'lii'Milli-ali" & nhai i 'hrvsli • i 'IM poral inn l 'iilllnilMil t lius A; h)liM I I "' l.'iininn-i' :;i I ln\ i'si nit in Tiu-t i '"imuiTinil Sulv.-uls (•|iniinnliiv.-iillli i- Southern l 'on.snlnlau-tl l-Mi^on Ciinlineillili Oil Del ... - ''I'tllaul'T rnrnnviit mil l 'urn I'rmlii, Is . i 'm\vn /,,-)l.-rti.'H !i < 'lilt iss-\\' ri«tll |l;S-t. ('IM-IL-SI-UKVHIU'S .. Duuul.'iK A in raft Mil I'din tie Xfiiiour I'liistmiin Kmliik Kle. ivii- .\iit» I.islii Kl.'itiu- I'nwcr and l.iwlil Krie Itailrniiil Con.Mil Kli.rtrii- C.wwi'lll l-'TO>llS i ii-ni-ra I Molol 1 ^ . I'luiiilrn Ii . . Ciimlvi-ar Tii'n ami Unl.li.-r . .. c.n-ai Nuilhi-rn pt'O. . .. . Cii-vlliillliil Moiision mi lllKls.lll MotiMS 3't '.' I UI ' t I' 1 I i:. BABY (UilCKS IIS per hundred: New Hampshire Reds, Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Rocks. Rock and Red Cross; new shipment every Monday order early. Also plenty of metal feeders, fountains and poultry medicines. Ward's Farm Store. 252J Cheater. 4-17-tf OFFERING n number of outltandine yearling and 2-year-old registered Hereford bulli. A. H. Karpe. PLone l-»(71. 1-19-tf BAUT CHICKS started on order We have colored broilers, roasting hens. Riverview Hatchery, 215 Roberts Lane. Phone 3-9395. 7-19-tf BUY. SKLL or trade all kinds nf livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy .lohnann. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east on Hns- klnsi Road. 42 ATTENTION. POULTRYMEN I Ou. Market U Open We Pay ''-opa for Frytra and Ronsteri One Bloc* West of Ua»t Bakerifleld i'ost Office 1108 Kern Street Dial Z-J458 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 7« FOH SALE—15 head of calves In good shape, ranging from C months to 1 year: also four good saddle horses. Cnll L - :t4"8 or 2-1S35. 3 C FOR SALTC—Chestnut sorrel mare. 6 years old; gentle for women and children. Phone i!-5214. 34 14 H10AD oi good clean dairv stock of which are: 5 milk cowp. 4 heavy spring- ers. 4 heifers and 1 1 Vi:-year-old service hull. H. Justin Weishaar. Hmite 1. Box I.H. Shafler: 1 mile south. ",z mile west of Shatter on Riverside. 34 FOR SALK—8J New Hampshire red pullets. $1 Si each. 80i> Iria street. Riverview. Phone 2-6147. 35 \VK BEO1N picklnff fret-stone peaches Friday. Septmeber S. Are rood for canning ur table uae. Merrill Fruit Ranch. ,14 $2.69 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 9-7-tf Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now h»v« facllltlM for mounting and dltmouutlnR »uto radios. Aeri«l« inttalled while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Stntet and »9 Highway ».27.tt TOP PRICBf paid for l«te model radlne Poiton Radio Service, corner of K and t-l-tf HAY blihnt o«ib prlo* Cor jmitr pUno. Call «-fc«n. >-U-tt Phone 36 J.-OR SALK—B-flat g-8226. cornet, 140. VOR S A 1,13—General Klerlrli: S-tuhe radio, lahle model, In veifect condition. I'hone 7-7475. fll.TON saxophone, lacquered, like new K Flat alto. Phone 4-4230. (Ollt 23 FANCY Bartlctt pearn, us Ions as they last. $1.25 per lug. PU'a»e brinK boxes. Hcfilrity Miirket. vegetable ilepartuieilt. Twentieth and Che«ter. _ 34 KERN RANCH MARKET 13.11 Flower Street Huvor, 1J lh.« »Hc. Hills Bros. Coffee. 1 Ib. . 30i.-: 2 ll)». 59c. Nucun. 1 ( b !i."ic. Canning" Ja-'e. pints fi-r; rninrts. ~2c. Hunt's Spinach, caso Sli.V.'. No points. Tatile C^tie'-n Freni-h style string tieunp. r-ase $H.fl;i. No pointn. Orarleil Tun?.. Nu. l ,-> si'/.e. 3Hr No limit. Santa Mar'n Chili con Carnu with beans, tall i'an. luc. Durkee" MriyonnaiKe. pint inf. -9c. KERN RANCH MARKET 13.11 Flower Street 34 VAT-LEY'S FINF.R FOODS Twentieth and V'nion We have just received another supply of VERY SELECT NUMBER ONE $1,49 PEH FIELD BOX BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS 34 Saturil: y, Sunday and Mondny. No. 1 extm larie rllims. especially delicious for canning Better hurry. They won't last Ion? Please bring containers. Open tilt 9 p. m. and all day Kundny. 1ftOft Palm Drive, corner of Pacific near Kern general Hospital. 36 CANNING PEAR8 AND PEACHES 'Mountain-grown Tehncliapl pear», good aize, 1.39 lug. We also have nome large choice packed orange cling pencheM, $1.39 by the lug. Mooney'a Market SiM)t Eighteenth and Union. Phono 3-0961. 35 GRAPES fir jellies are ready now. C«n- ning a.id table lomaloes ire plentiful. Panama gt*tu on T»ft Highway, nenr Panama «ln. •<* Ca'l our Farm Store now and place your order for fall baby chicks; several breeds and all sturdy, healthy chicks. Get your order In early. Price per 1(VO, $15.00. 252C Chester avenue, BaUersfield, Calif. p ho n e 7-7871. 35 FOR SALtf—One team mules one team horses, 'irie mare and roll: all Biiod stock. Can aee the.se at ranch, 'Jail Arvl 11 48-\ - IL', evenings •'> S VOR SALE—Rabbits t buck 2 does and lunches, $5.50; also bird aviary. $1.60. ('nil nt 7011 Thirty-first si reel. 3 4 KOR SALK or trade, two Palomino fillies. Bentle :i-year-olds; one black 6-year-old pony, gentle for ladies or children; one new Miser saddle anil blanket, one Texas yteidar two-tone, nice parade saddle. with blanket. One mile nortl- of I'umii- k i n_tvn t ei_. 3 5 FOR S.\l,E--Fat null calf, milk and barley fed. Best offer lakes him. Phone _6-«84 l__or l!>Uf. Belle Terrace. S 5 JERSEY OCl\V for sale, Bond milker. ttlO. Sam Hams. 71'0 Suulll Mount Vermm. I'hone ^-.'ifi.'lii. ^^^__ __ FOR ,SALIO or Inidi mare. Crnlle for Phone 2-0!i:il. 3i SAPDLK horses and saddles for sale. One Bond worn mare, will sell or trade, for saddle horse, broken or unbroken, i'hone _J -46M or a-ISM.; .15 NEW X.EAKAN13 white rabbits and hutches; also K New Hampshire red liens and rooster. 407 Water atreet. _l J hone_JM»5j>. EIGHTEEN laying hens. 1 and '-'-year-olds. Leghorns and illiodu Island Ri-ds. Phono _S-4_S53. FOR HAUK—Youim Uuernyey and .lersey heifer. 1.'{ montlis oli], $fii). rir,"} Utun- duye Luni' Phone 2-9904, :i(! S-ycar-old wuildle women and rhildren. Inu-iliiki' It-nil Ilil'irnat nin:i 1 l-Uu \-i'sl'-r 7:' International IfMlr"- Klci-t i ir A .. ::'» Inti'i-iiNtniiial Nirki'l '"an. 'J'l'a Intrrnat iiirial I'atH-i 1 ptil M'j N. Y. Stocks Develop Firm Undertone DOW-JONES AVKK.UJKS ("'losing Dow-Jones averages: Industrials 1-43.T>1, off 0.07: rails :i!l.nL', off O.OL'; utilities 1M.-I9, til) 0.011: fin stocks 51.2-4. unchanged. Sales were fii.S.rifid shares compared with 1,477,770 yesterday. Curb sales totaled 177.503 shares ayainst JJ70.215 yesterday. NEW YOUK, Sept. S. (URI — Stocks developed a firmer undertone today under leadership of a few selected issues. Klectric Power & Light 6 preferred \vas up 3 1 '3 points. 1'epsi- Cola held a 1-point Rain, reflecting yesterday's announcement of plans for a 3-for-l stock splilup. TwinCily Rapid Transit common had a major fractional Rain and the preferred rose nearly points. The sains followed disclosure this week of plans for a refunding operation designed to save large interest costs. Atlantic Coast Line was up a point. Steels were steady, although I'. S. Steel softened fractionally. Chrysler was up a small fraction and General Motors steady in their group. Certain-teed preferred was up 2 1 ! points and Minneapolis-Honeywell was up a point. Stock Quieted on Northernjvtarket SAX FRANCISCO. Sept. 8. </P>— Slocks quieted today after yesterday's turmoil. Among the few that turned higher were Karnsworth and Bank of California, which reached news highs for the year on frac- liunul gains. Transamerk-a edged UP '» 111 SI 1 !!. Slurk— I'liisn Airri.'ltt An-'"-.--iil :.-.- -I 7 k AnKlii-l'alilinnia Haul, '.' 4 Hank nf Calilr.iiiia 1J:' Cioi-ldM- N'atiiinal Hank IS'„ l-'a rnsworlli It's (inllnnd Mi-i-i anlilB 1 Ii lienerul Mulors tin 1 ',, 1'ai-ifii- CoaM ABRr"Kiiii'.« 4 :1 « I'lii-ific (Ins anil Kli-i-. (>', pl'il. •! , ' i I'aiifii- I'lililH- Si-rviri' lifil. L'n-'-s Srn Muurn-ui 7,"i Siiund Vii-iv I'ulii I'lil HU'; Southern ('nlil'nrm,i HUM pl'il. A ISB'a Siaiuliuil Oil of Calllornia 3.1 'I't ansaiiii'rii a ! (I 2 Los Angeltas Livestock 1.IIS ANCKI.KS Sept. S lL'.H'~ < 'a 11 le salalili- tilltl. aliiiuT Kleail> : loaii ronililiin -Mexiraii Hirers, in 70 ijdil medium steers jJI^.TiO. llledilim leedi'rs J!) 5(1 'U 10.fid ; nie- ! dillln to food I'nws JIII'll 1 1.1'5, I'lltter lo I i-onimoii $8.'^fiff|.» 7fi. lanners lind sutlers S6'''iS. ronimon bulls $8..104)'11. 50. t'ah'es snlnble 5d. su-udy; medium to fcTood slailBhirr eiilves J] 1' (t! 1 4. 2& ; few medium liUht BtlK'kiTB $10. HOBS salable jou, artive. steady; medium to i noire 17.1-^'40 His. lai'Bel.v SI.1 7i1: hea\'ier weinhts and nu'dinm Bi'ades J1.1: Kond in choice sown (Mfr I4.r,n. Shrep KHlalile iiont-. jiiiod in i hoirc ivouled Qov«rnm«nt Bonds \K\V YUHK. Si-pi, s. t/fl--Tin- i lnpiliB rii i.-i 1 !* '.f liiuiils on tin- ,\i'\\ Vurk Sunk Eight Issues Up on Los Angeles Market I/iS AXC.KLKS, Sept. S. (/PI — Stock prices -show'-d an erratic lr(%id today on the early market with 8 issues up. s down and ti unchanged on a turnover of S.ViO shares. Showing fractional advances were Barker Urothers common, Southern Calfiornia Kdison common, Transamerica and 1'nion Oil of California. Mcnasco Manufacturing. Pacific TJghting and (Madding McMean registered declines. Slink — REED, FORMER SENATOR, DIES OPPONENT OF LEAGUE Of NATIONS SUCCUMBS ' AI.I'liN A. Mi.-li . Sept. *. <.ft— aim. nuispoken i-ritic of presidents .ui'l mill' ti'ad "lit "f the I-ii'im ii'i'a t ii' IIMIIV I'm his fight against the League '.!' N'uliim*. ilieil tnd:\y at his summer home near l-'au \ie\v. Mich. I le was xj years old. Strii-Ueti with 11 severe rnlil and lii'iiin hilis t\vn weeks ago. Heed was Healed in an Alpena hospital, hut rviuiu.'il tn nis I'l-MHi-arve I'anch last Sitiiilax. \\hen his eniiiiit inn hi'r'ame v. HIM'. oxygen was administered llii^ iiHirninu Lin lie ilieti at !'_' I 1 ,'! p. m \\itlt Mrs. Iteed. the former .Veil liiHiiielh nt Kansas Cit\. al his lied- An iiliin farm hoy trained in the law in Iowa. Heed ln-iame a county pi nst iutiM- in Missouri and twice ma.v.ir ni 1 K"ansa< ('iiy hefore lie WHS elecied in the I'niled St.ites Senate, jwlu-ie he rose swiftly to national pi'i >tti i Hem e throticli his attai'ks on the League of Xa t inns and national |.i iiliiliittun. | Nelson Confers With ! Chinese Officials t "' | ciirNCKIXC. Sept. S. (i;.Pi-\Var i I'roiliii-iiou ISoai'd chairman Donald i Nelson ami Ma joi--( leiii-ru I I'a trick i Hurley, special American envoys to •China, had a full round of conferences [inlay with Chinese officials, 'discussing the country's economic. j financial and military problems. Togeihor with Ambassador Clarence K. Catiss. Liciitenant'Cicneral Joseph \V, Stilwell and other American officers in china they will he I guests of Generalissimo Chiang Kai- shek ut n state dinner. During the morning Nelson and I1 in ley conferred with Wong Wen llai-. minister of economic affairs; Tseng \Vung Kit, minister of communications: and O. K. Yui, acting j finance minister. ! Later both men conferred with General Ho Ving Chin, minister of 1 war, and Nelson consulted with Dr. T. V. Soong. foreign minister. gfte gahergfielft Cahtornian Friday, September 8, 1944 {5 NAZI ARMY RUNS FOR BELFORT GAP AMERICAN TROOPS PUSH INTO BESANCON I,IKK nrOV—Soldier displiiyH tin- deadly "life lumy" I'lame llirowi-r c:inii'il Iiy IHritish *'iitnniittides, p.'irn11 oi'pers .tml iu- I'untry. In liis li^ht hand is ".run" \\llirii projects I'laiiii.' xvillt i.uii;(' nf ."id y:irds. Harkrt Hi nl h'-t s i mil Him- Ilial il iV: p. I il:i-!il.li- .M, IV.in Mt-na*i u Maimlai HI i:--|.ii).|:. I vi, .'loini KM lil'li'lil Oil Tiansam.'ri. a I'llioll l>ll "f fallfiir Cotton Futures M-:\V ViiKK, Sept. s. I.'P'— Failure o! tli,, inatki't to st']|-i»f!' sharpl> on a lat^i'i Ihan i'\pt-i UHi dt'i>.i rtnu-nt ol' aB- lu-uHiiti' rnUi'il imp I'stitnatc brought in stin luxating anil ouiHidi' liuyiim in i-iiilun luinH's. I'ru-cH rallied to the hi^h.'s! li'Vi'ls tit' tlio ila> in afli'inuon II ait int 'fit,' ot'li'-iat fniciast pUucd llio crop at ll.tv:; OIMI bali-s or a pin-oxima U-l>' L'.'iii null nal'-s lai'u-i'i' than trade C\PIM-- iiitiiins. \\hii-h (aiisi'il u tt-miiotaiy rvac- l inn i.r r,o i ,-nt.i a lia U- l.at.' afti'i-iHHin prn PS wi-rc H to "0 ci-nls a luilo bil'.licr. Oi tolii-r ^l.-IO. Ue- i.-intii't- 21 ':, anil Marib I'll 9tl l-'iuun-s i losod Ij to 25 ri-nts a bale hiKli.-r. ilitoiii 1 !' 21.17. T»i'i-i-inlii'i' 21 "fi. ^tai-cli 2fl.!>.«. .Mav I'll fi s niimiu.-il. .Inly 20 L'S noniinal. .MiilillinK K|ml. JLM1I niftininal. Los Angeles Produce LOS A.MIKLKS. Sept. S. l^fl — -TradlnB in truits and \ I'^etabh-H u'as tairl>' Kooil unla\. l 'anta loupes. Mnuash. celery and 1-01 n sliuhtlv aliiutK*'!': pcni'lics 1 trm on III-SL si/.i-*: pi.>as and iiibbaKc firm; Kt'll- linl\,\' bi'ans slightly weaker. l 'antalotlpeH . Loral anil SUIISIIB llali-H Uosl. jvunUu '.His an»l laruiM' 51 . 7 5 Cii II. '.;:» ; San .liiai|Ul-i valley .ninilio :H;H H nd lai'KiM- S :' S 0 <ii ;i : llnneydfWM. Sail Jnaiimn vallev jiinibii i!s-s<< Jl'.-'."i((! 'J.. r iii; caHnlms, San Juaiiuin val'i'v .iumho i'is-S« ?'^U'J -"). Squash: \Vbiti- siiinnn-r. lo.nl. San DIcHn iiiimty and nofihi-rn. IHKH $:.'<(! 2 2T.: linl- ian. IIIKM $:.' u 2. r,u: \cHii\v i-i ookiu'i-k, lugs t-'^ <<? 'J . " r, ; lialiana. lur'.ll anil San Hiemi I'olint .v. ~ ' j (!i :',"' Hi. I't'ailn-.s: lii-aninont- Vni-a i|ia Hnles. (Ills nn.l larui'l' !l'il!l'.i' III. . San .limiiulll valli-V Lillians. c .il',-i anil lavKor. !«'• Hi . Washington Mali's. Imxi's 4Us-"iOs $2*1-2.20. IVai,: MiMiilocnio i-umily. Mi Ib. : Santa I'lara ciiiin'..v HSllliii' Hi. Idaho :lll-lli. i'|-iui'«, liuliluvevs. Ml.. I'lilibnU'-' lo.al. I'annnnliall. irat's $:! -I Ti »<:;.. Ml per cwl . ti'il ."ibliaiii. *:!. 4:> 'a :i ."iH IHT CWl. I'.cans: l.mnl. Sail Hii-Ko ciniiny and nonlli'in. Kt<nlilck>M S'lilln 111.: blarki'VHs Itiiiillc Ib.; I.iinas, Im -«1 ami San i)ii'«o i-iiinil>' bush ti^jSr Ib.; l 'a rtilnt^i-ia S'U in.- lli. <Vli-rv: l.oi-al. I'aM'-al, "'I l'_ in tiatPM >'J. ^Ti '(.' -' ." " I .SlUKlt.'i . iialrtf. slicil PHI U ? :: L' .'. . I'uvn: I'nilili 1 !! I'rnxH. lma\. "-^'j ilox., ln^s $1 :' "i M I . II ,"i . Sanla I'laiu rouiui. .sinks, O-.'i'i do::., holdovers. Jl.j;. Poultry and Egg* i .us AXC. I-:LI:S. S<IM. s. il.'.Ri— KHK Miaikil: \\'lnile.sa !«• (u u rs i inisnnicr KI ail'-: l.aiai, grade A 41' '(( "i Ic. niailc H litl'mTJi-: ni.'iliunl Blade A S'Jfii'^Oi-. Hinall. Kfade A li'iM'.li . Ki'lail priicH to rolisilini-i' Lain' 1 . Krade A.\ li2H<i4c. crudf A oT'l'lllii'. KlHile B 40-Vi tSi". medium, siadc A A MW!S-lc. t'rade A 4!lf((:.lr'; small, grado A 24 ' j «S 2!lc. Canrllt'il Kt-adeil CKH H '<' f'tailers icapepV . Krade AA fi4 \'j flf - r iG H r. Kl'ade A 'sc. unido ij It;, IK :tii.-: m.-iliutn. A 42'l<-43c: small, Krailc A 22<i|2lii:. I j I'ALS—Two-year-old June Knight, of D.-inia, I''la., and her pal "Mug- wump." famed chimp movie actor, seem to he cooking up something j as they get their heads together i at D.'inia, Fla., animal farm. ' FOR SALF:—one calf. Call after fresh i p. m. cow with 2-tiOoO. FOR 8ALI5 —Brood marc ami 2-month-olil _Jhorao cull Phone 3-11138 after_6._ S5 FOR SAt.K—Chicken fryers rabbit fr.veis, cokired 'i >n«. One block west of Pierce Itotid on l jetty wl^'e^t^. _^_^ __ -'^G FOR SALK — Thovmvbbrcil Hmniiahlre boar nlK. tl innntiin old. I'holie 2-4U5N. 311 Los Angelas Hay LllS A.N'tiKhKS. Si-pi. S. (A J >--AHalla and Biain hay wi-re -UH liaiiii'"il today, rat- lot arrivals: 1^ wlural. I liarle>, - inin. Ti oats. 1 mi In. I rla.\sri.-d, » f luUI . 4 j lit an, 3 ci'i-cal. SI hay. Los Angeles Cash Orain 1.1IS A.MIKLICS. Si-pi. K. l/Pl -1'nicn ijlltili'il a t'l' r\vl. 1 ii'ld run. Ill tutll'tti onU. i 'aliliiin.a barley, m-aihnu Hi lljs , ImlU J2.I7'-.. 11 2.22's. Vclli.w nnlii. No. 1'. hulk $2 -12'j "C2.4T 'j. I'alitoinia whi-al. bulk. N'o. 1 haul oi Koft white JJ il 0 '(' - . Ii >i . No 2 oals. ;::. U.K.. hulk *2.(iHiri 2.11:,. ItASSINET TO I,KM» TAFT, Sept. 8.— The lut-iil K'Ml Cross iioitdqiuirtfi's minoxint-os Hint then 1 is ;t bnsslnet ready for limn. Anyone desiring to borrou- it should cull the olTii-e in the ISr-jider Huilil- inn. \VOriJ>-BK ERNIE— Kirst of hundreds of applicants for the role of Krttie I'yle. famed Scripps-Uownrd- Hakei'sl'leM ('allfornUin war cor- responileiit, in the lorlhcoming film. "('.. 1. Joe," is A. K. ("Knsf.v"! Itovvmvell, radio spurts eoniniontii- tor. lie's pictmeil IK-fort! a portrait of I'yle. wr-iiring torn coat tlie eor- I'pupondent wore on » visit to tlie \\'ilile J louse lieliiii.' u,ojii^ ox-el'seas. Dogs and Other Pets WANTED—tlood home for white male kitten. ij^2;l_ Twenty-third street. :t& FOH SALK—Four niro feniale Terrier puppies, cheap. Phone 2-U033. 35 Legal Notices NOTICE OK 1 INTENTION TO ENdAC'it: IN THK SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BJSVUK- AOKS—Septi-inlier 7. 1SI44. T.I Whom It Mav <'mir?rn: Notice Is hereby lllven thm fifteen days after the dale minted, the iindi'mieiied riropoaes to null ult'olmlli- bev- erates nt these premises, dt-scrllieil UK follows- UiilnK bu»ln»BM aa Stafford's I'lui'p. :16 Weed I'utch Highway, Lament. Kuril C'ouiuv. Pursuant to mich iiiteiilioti. the undorsiBlu-d l« anid.vint; tn the Slate lioard of Ki|iiali7.atlon for isHiianic of an a -ciholic UeveruKe license (ui Ui'ensesl for these prom.ai-s as follow?: On .Sale lleor. Anyone dt-sirniK lo protest th« Issuance of Kiii-h liceliHelbi inaV file H verified p|-iileMl with thy Stato Board of l'jMUan/.utiou at Sairamonlo, Oalifornia. Klalint; ftrounris for denial ax provided Iiy law. The premises aio noiv lii-t-nsed for Ihe nale of ali-o- holii- liovcralics, L.INZ1E 1C. STAk'l-'OUU. Kepi. S. I.M.M. AUVKKTI8K.MKXT Xotlre is hereby given that the Board of Trustetp. of (he Kernville Union Elenien- lary School I,istrii-'t will rei-eive sealed bids for one . rhool bus to match upecl- [Icntlons as follows: 1 Podge Bros. WF-.12 Chassis complete with Superior All-at«el Hcluiol bun body, model No. 4162—Hcc-oinmodatlnlt 25 to 30 pupil passengers. Balance of ehuwls and body specirirationi on (lie with Clerk of Ihe Board, this District. Complete bus to meet all safety reoulre- ments for school bus operation by the California Highway Patrol. Bids ,will be opened on September K. 1944, 8:00 p. m., at School Building, K«rn- vllle. Calif. The Bosrd rcverve* the right to reject any and all bida. Hielifd: KHRNVILLB UNION KLEMKNTART SCHOOL DIHTRK'T. By HOPIC yKKLKV, Cl«rk Ot Board. S«pt. i, t, 15. Italy Needs Allied Assistance, Says F. R. WASIIIXC.TOX. Sept. S. <£»>—Asserting that much of Italy had been devastated by war. President Unose- velt said today that her 45.nuu,oni) people—living in an area less than the. sixe of California and with poor natural resources—will need additional assistance from the Allies if she is to stand on her own feet. He told his news conference that Brigadier-General William O'Dwyer, American economic officer in Italy, has returned to I ho I'nited States and will talk with him at the White House today about plans for this I new aid. I Heading from n memorandum on ' his desk, the president said the Ger- j mans in fleeing northward on the ] Italian boot had destroyed many] utilities and that north of Home alone they had wiped out !Hi per cent of tlio electric power plants. Boy, 14, Confesses"" Slaying of Girl, 10 SAX I.RANDKO, Sept. R. (UP.)—A 14-year-oUl San Leandro hoy today confessed to police that he heat to death a ]0-ye,ar-old girl who was caring Vor three sleeping babies next door to his home. The boy, Robert George Andree. a junior high school student, was found hiding behind a tree in u field three blocks from the scene of the murder, and readily confessed to Deputy Sheriff .lames liny. ; The body of the girl. Shirley Pratt, j was described by Deputy Sheriff | Claude Hurriston as the "most lirn- ; tally abused corpse" ever brought ; into the morgue. i RCiMi:. S"(if. S. '..fi— American troops ni' the .Seventh Army, pu»h» inK iiitu Rf"*anr-iin in Hf.uthern Franre at'tei- :i ^uift ailvnnce from Arboin. wern encatrcd in heavy fisrht* inp tmlay \vith .Vaxi r^rifs attempt- iti£f to lover ;tie reif^u nf Iiattererl Nineteuni.h Armv mnnan'- f^-einsr toward th" F^-irurt nap, "•' nilies tr> the northeast. Tha gup---situ:ile"i in the l.'iwlanfli between the \'".~i;".'-, \-:in%p and th-i Swiss border at the l"w,.-i- tip of thi} Siegfried Line—-is the .inlo. area where there are nu mountains t<> block the Seventh AI-IIU'B et.uanca to the Reich. Enter Besancnn The Americans penetruled into the. western, southern and eastern sec- lions of Be.sancon following a series nf sharp fights with suVist.anUal forces of Germans employing ma- chineguns, mortals an-,1 tanks in tin first real resistam-e ^ni-oiintererl on the southern French front in ««v- era I days. There was no offici.il confirmation here of reports from abroad that elements of the Seventh Army had. linked up with Lieiitenant-General Ceoixe S. I'atton's Third Army to the north. West, of Besancon Allied forward e|"ments reached the Xa/.t defense line >et up alonpr IiOue river, south ni' tlie forest de Chaux between ihe village of Paray and Quigey, a him t 20 miles to the east, and pene- ir.iii-il into the forest. Continue Advance Meantiitve, between Besancon and. i lie Swiss border, French troops over- i-ame heavy resistance near Le \'al- dahon southeast of Besi-incon and. (.-untinued their advance. The Frencli iir-otipied Pontarlier In the Jura foothills after stiff atreet fighting. French forces sweeping up ttjfl Soane valley on the west flank of tlie Allied advance made substantial progress after running Into stiff opposition north of tlie Chalon-sur- Saone, The towns of Mont-sous-Vaudrey. Quingey, YiHers-Farlay. an4 Salins, were amoni? places occupied in the American advance. The retr«atingr (ierrrmns created road, blocks by felling; trees and by other means at several points. The French', fighting near Le Valdahon, the site of a great artillery t-.-lining center for French and Americans in the first World War, enuaseil u German column of tanks and armored cars. Underwood Case Is Continued to Sept. 12 Arraigned before Superior Judge \Varren Stocktofi in department two, today was Arvie Underwood on -a charge of assault with intent to commit rape and his case was continued to September 12 for taking plea of defendant. Morris B. Chain was counsel for the defendant and Joseph Woolrldge represented the people. Marvin AValker appeared in an arraignment before Judge Stockton on felony charge of lewd and Ilceiv tiotis conduct, and on motion of. Defense Council Morris B. Chain, the case was continued to September 12 for arraignment with Deputy District Attorney \Voolridge represent* ing the slate. OIT .ALON'C, LITTLE NA/I— Waving them on with his carbine, a Vank infantryman rounds up a group of German soldiers taken pus- oner in southern French town. OBITUARY NOTICES (.KICK. IHIIH.UI I.K.STKIt I'uiH'ial n-i'v- II I'M I'M Kl'l'l'll l.l'M.-l IJtl-!- 'J. Hull l.t Mr anil .Mi-i, Itiili.'ii I. i;<'t'r. Arviu ulii. d.i.'.i .S.-iili-mhi-r ii .11 .1 lu,-ul hu.-. lucil will In.- lielil Si-in.-iiiln-i 'J in u ;l in. ;it l'il>ni.' \- SnM Chillu'l Intrr- nii'iii uill in- in I'm.ui i Ynii'ti-i > . S;H- \l\IMn till* lllllll llt'.Sllll'.S III* |.:l t t'llt .s, ai.' ;i HISIIT Mi'h'a i;,-'-i. Ai-v.n rii.uul uillii'i'. Alls Hlillii' K l.t'ti. Atvill. IIKMIV. ( HiOI.IM; I--UIIIMH: M-ivi.es liir I'aiiil.ni- Henry (^ who died SL-I, li-nil'vi ii ;il ,1 l".nl >nis]iil:il mil In.' li,.|<l Si.|,i.'iniuM :* ;i t I i. tn. at I'liunii ,f llnil in 1'lirinl. tin- Iti-veii-nd iliu-k I. fartii'll ul'tli-ni t iliu I MUTNii'Mt xviii ii>- at i'ldiile: aunts. .! .li.-fllH .iana iii le. i-'iunkhu l.illu-i K l lull'tit. l:iih.\ \'ii-ii.in.i li'iln-M 'i ''.alMvi. l'..i'< i i j%5 'viii an 'olln-it i:.il,i-iMi. Id. \\Kllilll. I'tlO.M.VS J.--!--L-l-.,-ral aervii-pi Im Tli.iiiiuK .1. WrmlM «> who it led S..tn,?inlit!- ." a' a l>Miul'/i v n).siiuul, will -|.l.-i..i.i'i '! at 4 p. m. at I'li.itu!. iht- lvt j vtrend Cooper 'lin.si :,» r (.'huj-i Ii rttficia l ain. '-ill 'H> in i-I rneiila \vti .Menio- SurvA M.U' Mr WrtHllt ara Mis. Hi. -.. i Wright. Dinilha: -il .Mis. IK-orv .Hi' Ili-f hiiHliiiliil. MIIUSI.III Ili-iir: li.iitonwlllmv. and a hri'ther. ,1'vliniiie I'lniH. ilniiMiiiii. 'I'l-xiis. i AlcCASI.IV. \K\ KI.I.A l-'iiiM-ral K,-H " .-.-< j lur \l\'/Ua AI-'('uhlin. imam iln u^i hi .-r } i.r Mi .mil Mia Anal MI I'asl'll. -Ill' Hi,.Hill- au-i-fl, OililaK. Mil" d'.-il Si-|. Kiiuli' il. II.i\ ."''i »il> I't.' lu-lil Si-i-u-ni . Ituiiynn. Kxctpr; t I'M J-'ay \Vr.sht, IN APPRECIATION \\ !lu- Uiii'ln sd -oni *>wp.it!iy nt t :on fnr !l at in 11 in III liuUBht>'-Ca Iholiti- iti'l f"i' tli'.'ir tK-aii|ifiil floral od'irnnss d'n- i r.Me.irii I'luiln'l. Hie lii'M tmennn'nt \vill he JH'l Mis. lliinc i eaV'. j meut. Kiiger.4. Mr. MAKMKILI^IC CLKANKI) IT—Final resistance arnonu Oerman gan-lKons in Marseille nns ended, it was an- nouni/ed following liberation nf the <;lty. 1'lioto BliowB French-manned United Stales tank lumbering along desqrted Marseille street hunting isolated Cjcrinan units. fy UNION CEMETERY Fnrnislies MONUMENTS 11.OXVKK CONTAINERS <;K\VK MARKKKS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Ground* Monumental Display" at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPIL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Priori* 7-7M1 Chester Avenu* at ThirUcnlh J. C. Fll«klm«r Fraak Bifrtr AMBl LANCK SERVICE DAV and NIG HI

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