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1Q Soturdoy, September 9, 1944 Cfae gafctrgflflS California!. For »•!•—Improved Property | For S«l«—Improved Property MODERN. 2-bedionm home nn Ur(r* lot rn Polomar avenue. Homr IB modf rn and in about fi year* «tld. Nice •)*.* I v- inir room til* in kitchen hardwood floor*. Prlc.3 H500. som* terms. Two-bed room home in «ood rorviittnn. Twenty-Been ml an<1 O *tre**!« NK-« corner lot. Price f2500, terms Lovely 2-l>pdroorn home on Oregon street near Mmm> A'ernon. Close to li-ia I in* and store*. Home is about B year* °'^ and in modern fn t»vpry \vny. Klnnr furnace. Venetian hlindn. lovelv > ft rd. Rear > - nrd fenced with attractive fpnoe. Price $.~}S 00 terrnn. Larffp 3-hrdroom home witli lbr*>* linlli* Homj I* 01^ Nlles in Alia Vim a Tract. larKP lot. 3-car itaraee. Homp i* f" r * niphrd with lovely prewai furniture, hnnntiful hardwood floor*, larce living: room, lovely kllrhcn. larc' bed room ^. Owner moving: nouth. I'rice % I3. ( ' nrt . one-half each, balance $«-> P<*r month. T\VO-ACI!K cmnrr li.l. Ivrne. I.arc" I'V.nc : »in. I i j I* < hf-n. Kiilit ami sharl.-. nr. s t • -\ |» - a''d »l- (a'fa. SubManlial ili.v n L .ini'-iit. I'll"^ TO ALL mtoKF.its—n- i,.,i,,ne n!' types of prnp.'rty. Our MaT i" ill vour iterv- It e. r.ct our T 1 !:'!! of en-oprrat ma. Kad- fnrrt & Hii".»mnn. lleslli.rs. 1 '•> Pacific ^avenue. Sanln rm/. _ _ TWO BKDROOM • hicken cquipm Lot fifutDCHi. $ FOrt SALE—by owner, ( lose to m.-i'ii i"irt M-CII lo be nppi ••« ''<' u'W iMtfMli'niun, hardwood floors, til(» kiichcM nrul bath: nnt- ural 'firojilnrc and floor furnare, Venetian blinds in cvf-ry room, dining- room, service porch; all cone-rote ba.«oment. doiihlo Kuruge, lot fonred \\ith 1'ipo sot. in concrete curb. Thoso \vh<» offered me $f>SOO a month n^<> will bi» ^lad to see this prir-e. No (nmmNsjim lo pay now. I'rn o $.">*,")<', JiMiiO down and $ofi.7fl month. fi'W Casa l,oma Drive. GOOD RKN'IAI, income. Highland Manor. fiirninhod. nnv < lrn n and In Hplendid conditio-i with excellent ter ant; rent a at Jr>0 per month, uwnoi- pays water: ftnrco. five rctomn. r<nr k'nrjiwe. Elinor _ Kfl rpe. _ 1 r. 17 Kighteenlh street. 0-Ii-tf ONK-BEPUOOM. new hnmc. one-half mile west of Mount Vernnn School: amall Ktove furnished : 60- foot lot. all of bark yard fen^erl Total prlfo tliTOO, «omo teinis. Kliner I". Karpe. 1617 Kight- eenl h. tt-5-tf ONE 2-hedrnom ha la nte $3<i sti-fel. or t.'nl hnii«e, my equity $795. month. Inquire 3523 M l I' -0 439, __ 3 6 FOTl SAhK or Ira dr. house, five lartre rnnrrm, two wrreen porrhcs. near nrhonls. hospital. Prefer amall place near hup n ml ma rkel. _ J'hone 2-9398. _ .'I Fi houHo, by owner; nil ha.nl wood floors, 2-rnr Raratrc: In choice residential Bt'ctlnn, two blockH from hl»ih vrhnol «nl junior collpRp. near William I'enn St hrxil. Immediate poascsalon. Thn n e 2-3477. 3 5 BY OWNER — English-typo home, irven roorop, inige living room. 1 li-foot f-ell- JMK. larKe diuinff room and kitchen. plenty of tllo; basement. Oual furnace. douM; garage. KaisL LJukerafietd. 2110 Kern B! reel _ J16 FOR SAT.E — Two Jifiusca, No ngenclpn Write I3ox K-^13. The California^. a 5 ONE-BEDROOM Btucco house on one-half acre. l^atRe lawn, fruit trrea. chicken l>»*n and 1« rpe en r(1*-n. Noa r .Pioneer Drive. l?«00 will handle. Phone 2-4»3:i. ^ ___ 3 h TWO-RF.DROONr home, partly furnished. Chicken equipment. 8hadt ¥ , fruit treec, __ sonie herrien. __ 1 -02 .1 pfl'rcy Bt rceL _ [16 IMMEDIATE POPSEHPION Oildnle., prarttcnlly new 2-hedroorn Ptticco, dun! floor furnace, hardwood floors, cooler and a henutlful table- top tins raiiRe. Only $4700. termp. Syl Mo Ninch with R. A. Mnore A* Son, U.I 5 Ktffh teen til Htrect. J'honc 2-1 ^G 8, cve- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Eaut aide. practically new 2-hedroom houne, corner lot. hardwood floors, lile drain, Venetian Minds, yard fenced. Only $3950. 91450 down, balance $;if» per month. Kyi McNinch with ft. A. Moore ft. Son, ir»lfi Eighteenth street. 1'hone 2-12BS. rvcn [n B fi-6K> f.. :\ fi FlUl SALK by owner, Income bargain, iwo nice 2-bedroorn IIOURPH on corner lot in Olldale, Rood location, one furniwbed. Income 170 per month. Price $6001, lernm. Phono !N359f;. 35 Bl'T from owner, one of the nicewL ft-room homea In BakcmfiHri. A I: hardwood floor's, two lovely bedrooms, all-tile bathroom, tltp kitchen, nervii-c porrh, dinint? room and nice liviiifr room with floor furnace. Also a wonderful all-finished ha Moment: jdenty of nhade and fruit treea, nice lawn and a hi*,' 2-car Karate. This horn** l*< clone in and only f> yenr» old. Full price 16000. $2500 down. $3fi month. Inquire at 1000 H atreet. 35 IDEAL CORNER, Sun net Park, like new. B-room Htucco, til« roof, tile kitchen, hath, Hhower, breakfast room, large living room, fireplace. Phone 2-0314. 36 THREE-BEDROOM houae on rich acre, fine Bhade, fruit (reps. Also Nn«h aedan, good tires. On Shirley Lane, near Falr- fax School. _ 3 f» TWO houses on one lot: one 2-bedroom, unfurnished ; one 1 -bed room, furnished. _ C all at SOQ B elle a venue. Ulv «rvlew .1 5 MUST be moved within the next few days, large 2-t>e.droom house. Lumber in It worth price ankrd. E. C. L'ffert. 001 ^ Nilea. Phone 2-71 o_2_. _ 9-S-tf FROM OWNER — 'Two-bedroom house, 4 years ol-1; 12 fruit liven, blackberries and strii wherries. youth Bak era field. _ 1 imnedja te_i»oBBPBH ion . _ I *bo^ne_!t- y 7 3 jL _ .'{ fi FOR SALE — Two-lH'droom half acre, near Nilea dwHllnir and Kt one- . Thr^p-bedr :inin dwelling, Cosa Loma Acres, f 4Uu(l. terms. Paul Syhrandt. 1:13 Kant Eighteenth. _ PJioit o__;t - f. mt :: . ______ !< - s - 1^ Ijnoo CAST? buys small home in Oildat". Call 2-46(13. 3, f » There just l*n't a nicer coplume than ft handsome princess jumper frock which you c^o wear ,i« i "wunbacker." with sports blouisen and with good-look ine sweater*. Top it with the nlpped-m Jacket and you have a perfect, «tre«l coat-Urrie. Pattern No. 8f,C9 !a In sizes 12. 14, Ifi, IS a nd 20. Biz* 14, J u m per req u i res - S 4 yard* of 89-inch material; jacket, three quarter sleeve*. 2 ya.rds. The new tall and winter IHSUI- of "Faith ion" U now ready—32 page*. H'n a complete guide to your fall and winter wardrobe. Send for your copy. Price 15 cents. For this attractive pattern. s*nd 20 cents In coins, with your name, address, pattern nurntwr and *ixe to The Hakt.rrtfwld Calif or tti an Today's Pattern Service. 709 ittttion Street, San Franciico t. j SOI'THWKST—Nice f-room home, hnrd- i wi.'id fl.pnTK, Venetian blind*, floor fur! n>iic. laik r »» room*. In firm-clan* <_nn- dit:'in. Will sell partly furnished if d«- j< i«d. Close to schools and bun servae. EAST—P'X-room country home, three In me bedrooms, riming room, kitchen and Inrcp pvrvre porch; double garage. A Rood bain sni] several other buildings. Pitu- aie on 10 acres of good land with ft •well and pump. Ten fruit trees and 3 l;>(l-foot rr,w<B of Thompson seedless Eiapps. Jin. 500. GHEKN ACRES—Lovely country home, completely furnished, beautifully land- *<;ipcd. with a [arse assortment of fruit ti"c.H anil hrrrfos, also chicken equipment. »650n. HtiTKL—Centrally located In Tnft. Gross incomfl $1(100 per rnonih. paying from ir> to 20 per rent on Investment. HIGHLAND PARK—On* ol the finest .1-bedroom Rtuccn homes, built in ,1941. Complete coollnn system with ducts In each room Two double, floor furnaces, thermostatically controlled Two baths with loin nf tile. Steel yenetian blinds throughout. Floors carpeted with broadloom from wall to wall. Beautiful liv- Inc room and dinlnr: room Kitchen with lnt« of tile and corner divided sink nnd many cupboards. Large service porch. double c.iiniie EL CA.MINO PARK—netuitifiil 6-room Bftirco home, built 1940, with latest modern conveniences. Stee 1 Venetian blind*. Nice size bedrooniR, living room nnd dining room. Built-in cooling system including cooler. JuSOO. J1'2BO down. Phono 2-7iH 1C"1 Chester 8-31-tf For *•!•-—Improved Farm* inniir>AND PAHK — Oirnpletely redec- 01 nto<l lovely J-hcdrnoin IIOUHC. N'l' e liv- inir roffiti cool i UK svHtem. fenced rea r y.i rd, \'ci y n ii »> I si ivn. Th is pin re |»* Mtiinfjculu to l h roil t'hunt. ft ia vacant 11 mv. EAST SIDR—E<lx-room hoiipe. three bedrooms. In rue livirin room, f ireplat e. lin- ni^rliatft pofpension. DI*I'L1-;X—Four rooms each side, unfurnished. Now bringing J70 monthly, A'ery modern, near Southern Part fie pimps. FHA payments about $36.50 a month. SOl'TH OK TOWN—Four-ronm plastered hout*e With sloepinK porch, large garnKe. I'nrpstrictfd district. JL'650 full price. EAST SID 13—Six-room house on 1'/i acres. Double (enrage, chicken equipment, lots of fruit trees Green Acres—Three very attmotive offer- inK«, one with 1 '/i ncres, one with one acre, one with ha 1C acre. All with house*, ill with chicken equipment, all with excellent water conditlon«. First named <"T ii bo purchased with flock of about 6 on rinckens, hn If-a ere can be bought completely furnished. Casa I.oma—On one acre, very modern 2-hedroom house, barn, garage, chicken equipment, fruit, etc. EnM HnkniHf inld — Two-bed T oom boil Re on corner Jot. Only 7 yearn old. Double Kara Re. Lomlta Verde — Three-bedroom house, about fi vears old and (n good condition. Doublo paraee, well-rnred-for lot. E. C. Ufferi, 901 Mies. Phone 2-7152. 9-1-tf BKKN1TA PARK—Souihcast section Baker« field, f l\'e rooms, furnlnhed. good lot; total prico $4500, Also large old 6-room hntiKt, needs fixing, has 2-car garage with apaitment overhead. Total price $3200. Some terms 011 either of theee. Elmer F. Karpe, 1517 Eighteenth. 9-5-tf FOR SALE, by owner. Sovrn and one-half acres on Wilile Road, with three house**, Jioo month income. 110.000. with some termn or $9500 cnch. See owner nt third bouse north of Tuft Highway on Wible Road. Albert L. Hoeder. Route 3. Hnx nOCTOR. DEKTIKTK. CMTROPRACTOR We have a fine lafKO house, in excellent condition, suitable, 'or office and residence combined, • n attractive corner lot. niKh-clnsa district, close to busi- ni-Ns section on a through utreet. Price $9.'iOO. terms. See Uenrge Taylor or JjYank Day. 1315 "Kye." 35 '/i ACRES with very good U-room house, with excellent soil and lots of cheiin wnter. Family '-rchard. Owner moved away and Is se.lllni: at prewar price. SS900, SIL'OO cush. balance $17.50 per month, including 6 per cent. Give your addresn and phone number and send _rfply_to Iiox_31 -M. The Cn I i torn ian 1 35 FOR SALH—Four-room house. 'A acre of In ml. soir.o work to bo done on hnune. $1800. *1200 down, balance $20 monthly. 2JMJI Soll'l" K Htreet. Phonn J-729S. 38 AT TIIK price of nn unfurnished home. th|H in an outHlandln? buy at today's market: throe hetlrooms, two bathH, car- pplnd livlnK room, ronl fireplace, completely furnished inclmlinB ref riKfratnr. Hto\ p e and Urapcs. cooling systeni; lnr^c lot, double Kai'HKC, tfood location; only ROnsKVKLT Si-honV Ulft.rlrt. uniiHually H rtlBlir, prnc-t icnlly m>w. Jt-lipdnntm home, cooling H.VHtcm, largt* living room, fireplace, f urn net* brat, throughout, iinu- Hiuilly hnaiit Iful nnd efflr-icnt kltrhen, lit IT f 1 bodroomp. t wo bathR, beaut Iful ga rdrn, nttt io. hn rhccue; imftirni.**hc(l or micht H"II furnishiM); 57000 rash will ha rid If; ha la nee en By. 1'hoiio 5-58D5 for appoint riifnt. For Sale—Lots SEVERAL choice lots at the right price: Alta Vista—corner lot 62^ixlfiO. Oleander Terrace—6C, 75 or 100-foot frontage. Baldwin Drlvfl—Four lots. 92x300. Stookdnle— 136x210. Oas. llghir and water available on all. Ol.ON KRYAN PHONE 2-7554 35 HinH-CLASS business lot facing on Grand avenue at Pismo Bench, near Eighth street. Lot 6, hlock 95. This Is an Ideal corner lot for any kind of business. Lot Is level, «l?.i« (10x150. Price $400 cash, including title. Phorir JMMB2. 43 SEVERAL rholre building sites In the city—northwest, southwest, Alta Vista and East rtnktmfipld. Buy now to be ready to hulld when materials are re- IfjiHpd. Freiil W. llnrvey. L'03 Hrower building. Phone 2-4260. evenings 2-414.'!. Nlf'E level lot. F,r,x1R(l. 60 water sh.irns. inquire at S06 Dci'ntur. Oildale. Phon* :.'-l»0!l. 35 For Sale—Improved Farms GO acre Improved farm on 99 TliRh- \v;iy. near McFarlrind. $18.0110. SO acres in Portervillo district. Two wells and Rnrid house. Ideal for potatoes. $28,000. 40 acres in McFarland district. Well improved. $8000. (I acres in Delano district. Modern house and improvements. Also all farm equipment. $3fi.OOO. 160 acres southeast of Karlimart. Good well. $"2. r i per acre. CO acres south of Bakersfielu with ditch water. Idea! for dairy. Jin.ooo. • RICHARDSON' & S1DDALL, 20n Hopkins Hldg. I'hone 7-7031 Kvcnlngs Phone 6-6398 or 3-0422 35 FOR SAI.I-; or tiade. two 6-acre tracts now liM>i'd a. $10 per acin. In Frult- \alo ihsti'ict; domestic well, $500 per a<rc. .Msn 11!0 ticroR Kuod farm land. Alaricopu Flats, $2000. Phono 8-S^L'« 3_6 JIANCHKS FOR WALK 160 acres In.-ated r. mill's east. 1 mile north Tuiarc. 140 acrus well leveled. I'"* .n-rcs luueh. I'lenly of water, well \vilh U.'i-hnrM<pu\vor imnip. tiiiowintf 1HOO ^alhniM pi r ntinutp. (Jne-half mile 11-inch pipe line. ThrM-c al'e 140 nciea i:otion with a record of lk(i pounds. <ri :,,,,.* Wimdville- dIMrlcl. located In po- lalii au<l (run ;-'•' lion, well leveled. Five- iiiniii hcnif. fust 'ass condition. t!a- r,<K*'. inipli'mviii Hhed. 1 ;'i-horbt;power i>iiinii. yond WUIIT con<lltions. New pii«i.Liif pinnp. rianled to corn, tiood trop alT-ady made. i'nced to Bell. .7 \: WAKIIKN HKALTT CO. . Tl I.ARK THKATKK Bl.In.:. I'HDNK J1X 37 ]>'.. At'KIsS mi !i;i IliKliwav. would In' K"«d (or •.iilidivisioii. l.'iUO will hundlu. riiimii Ii-M14. ITS Acres, wrs: of town near Elk Farm: 140 acres fine alfalfa, balance been in hnrlcv. fine well and ditch water; no oil .Ichts $40000. one-half down. 20 Acres on Krultvale avenue: all in cultivation. ID acres made 2400 sacks spuds thin yenr: 3 acres alfalfa. 2 good water Vfll: nice 2-hedroom home. Immediate possession; wll! take nomn trade on this. 10 Acr*» . on Sterling Road; all In cultivation, 4 acres apricots: good 2-bpdronm In,me. fin* well. Reduced to $Rrt50. 10 Acres on Rosedale Highway: nil in cultivation; small home, but two best wells In Kern county. Will trade equity for good bum* In town. 30 Acres, Just east of town: aM in cul- 'ivntion, Kood well; 3-bedroorn home, clos* 1 to school. Shown bv appointment. 6 Ai res. on corner of Casa Loma Drive and I'oitnmvood Road: old house. JI^UO down, te'ms on balanre J. T. (Hv) Wicker, IlifiO Chcst»r Phone 2-02.VJ. Evenings 2-64U3 S3 207 ACRES, all in alfalfa, in Buttonwillow territory; has two housew and many tenant homes; one Rood well; ample supply of cheap water. Each cutting of alfalfa hrinRS about $5000; all good land, no tt'asle. There is utmost $20,000 worth of new equipment, consisting of every type of farming machinery that Is needed to successfully farm this land. There is a family orchard and garden with each homo. This ranch is in perfect condition to move on and start the Income coming in. A real setup for a good farmer that wants everything roady for him; 95 per cent oC minerals go with sale. Price $60.000; laj*'s $33,000 down, balance $40lJO per year, 5 per cent interest. 20 ACRES in Green Acres territory; good home and well; all in alfalfa; place is In perfect condition: enough equipment to farm the land goes with the deal. Price $15,000, some terms. CO ACRES of fine alfalfa land, close to town; modern, live-room home; lovely yard, two good wells; land all piped, fenced and cross fenced; barns and corrals, storage barns nnd feed pens. This is a good farm and is close to town. Price $30.000. one-half down, balance «?nsy terms. ELMER MARTIN Phone 2-9294. 220 Haberfeldo Bldff. 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 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 BY" OWNER — Modern 2-bedroom home with InrgH concrete basement, on large (ommercia! acre, located in (Jreen Acre Tract, Mlxtn house on north side of Green Acre Dri 'f, Including fruit trees, young- bt-rries, garden sptico. cow barn and completely equipped for 1000 hens and lima II rabhltry; with or without slock. Kver'-thinit In lirat class condition. Priced within reason, substantial down payment exroctod. _a_nd _ terms ___ ."Ui 20 ACRES— About 16 acres In new nlfnlfn. I'atch of corn, family orchard. Krapes. large barn and corraln. fee/I house, shut) buildiiiKH. chlckon house and peos. one span mules, implements nnd .lust a comfortable old country hcime. Ideal for dairy stock raising or turkeys, lilwood's. ',G ACRES in Rexland Acres. Lights water and gas. Only $P-'5fi cash. Really a good buy and ideal location for a beautiful home. Phono 4-4 S51. 37 For Sala—Trailers READY Cash (or Vour Trailer. Trailer sold on easy payment olnn. We finance our own contracts. MCLEAN-TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 8-18-tt 19.'18 INDIAN house trailer, good tires and in (,-ood condition. $5L'5 cash. 91'0 Curl Is Drive. 35 I'MHTORY built trailer house. 18 feet inside, for sale or trade. Plune Trailer Court. Delano, pouth end of camp. 35 FOR SALE — 1942 Continental house trailer. 22 feet, very good, prewar tires. 7.50xlft. electric brakes, awning 18x22 feet. 1305 Grace street. 35 7xl6-l r OOT trailer house, also two-wheel luggage trailer: four-room house. 9-t> Oulncy. ONE small trailer house. $276. Phone 2-7075. 35 TRl.'CK nnd trailer; 2-ton CS40 International truck with brownie and 10-foot flat bed. Also 20-foot best 2-axle trailer equipped with vacuum brakes. (Ja U_2_-3ri 3_. 33 WANTED TO BUY—Two-wheel trailer. Phone 7-72fi6. For Sal*—Automobiles If you wish to sell your car for top price but can't properly show it, consign It with us. We'll get you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. 2629 Chester (Corner Twenty-seventh) 9-2-tf AUTOMOBILE AD UOFX must contain license number: If out ol state license, atntd must bu Included In copy. 8-4^tf SELLER OB PtTRC'HAfEB Do you need addition*! cash to complete purchase of car? If so. Just phone 01 drop by the ACMB FINANCE COMPANI opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and uperatwl Frlendlv. confident!*' service. W. J. "Bill" Hergmnn, manager. Phone •-6796 1-18-tf 1941 FORD I'/i-lon truck (PC693G). flat rack, good 8.25 tires. Eaton rear end. Mercury motor; li, excellent condition throughout. Will taku car na trade-in. 11121 Forrest, between H and Oleander. 35 FOR HALE — One 1934 Ford 4-door Bednn. fair «hape. new paint. (2M1801). 80!) _ Ken t u e k y_ Jitnwtj _ ?J 19S6 DO DOE sedan (83G236I. good shape and good tires, sale or trade for equity In later model Chevrolet or Bulck. One- fourth-mile south tho dehydrating plant. __ ___ 35 I'JI'.r, (JHAHAM sedan. Kair rubber mid Knod work car. HeUMnnable for cash. OrJH'JSo.) I'hone Ii-lilfi3. 2506 Nlli'S Htreet. _ ^ ___ 3f> I'JP.S HriJSoN ccnipi' for sale or trade. A-l condUion. _ (!l(.:78 1 ."p.) _Ph')Mf_2;ll4:<9 i Tlll'i.'Iv for Hale. I'J.'tti DodKO panel. Huns t"ml. Terms. Shady Acres Auto Court. I'nion and I'hester. Wright Neon tierv- 1942 rllKYSLKU Saratoga club coupe. t li"4."i 25); 2500 miles. Sell or trade for cheaper car. 1'riurilv needed, 007 Washington. Olldalo. I'honp 2-7537. KOK SALE—nirl's lili-inch bicycle and pair roller siiateh-. 1726 Cecil Brunner. Pliiini! 4-4SS7. _ lli:IH MKIUMTIY tour-dour sedan <2M3H8M, built-in nidio and boater, good rublicr anil paint. Can be set'ii after 3:30 p. m. .Saturday. 1'lS'a Arvlll street, Olldale Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures WE BUT ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL'ELSE! FULL CEILING BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9745 7-11-tl FOR USED CARS DRIVE TOUR CAR TO VOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK, CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tf WILL PAY 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 care. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-6-tf WIU, PAY CASH for 1!W or 1!U8 Chev'- rnlrt or Plymouth, from private owner. Phone l'-0fi;>:!. 33 LATI3 J1ODEL STATION' WAGON On SUDAN WITH LOW MII.EAGR WILL PAT A 1.1, CASH OR TRAOK JN 1S1D FOniJ SBDAN (87V44III. I'HON'E ^-64 5'J OR _3-OJ15. li I) WOULD like to buy 1930 or 19H1 model A coupe. Hl-inrh wheels preferred. \ViIl pay top price ir In good condition. Call Ht ] 1 !t Oregon after it p. m. r.r> WILL PAY CASH for li^ht model <-ar. Phone SI-93G7. Call at 11 HI Flower alter 5 [>• in. For Sale—Automobiles 103S 4-nooil standard Chevrolet sedan. reaBonablo Can he seen nt Gilrnoie .Servlro Station. Kiglueenth and M struela (9U83(17 K 35 1936 PLYMOUTH do luxe 4-door sertan. PT'iced to sell. Can be seen Rny time Friday or Saturday nt Twenty-first and R streets. <!IB1231V 35 1940 FORD SEDAN (87V449) WILT. TRADK TOWARD I,ATE HODKL STATION' \VAC;ON Oil KKDAN WITH LOW AlILEAUIi. PHONE 2-6450 Oil 3-11 ^ 1^ 3 a 1934 DODGE panel truck (PCM9548 Calif.). body and fenders and paint good. lOI'.n motor needs repairs; tirefl fair. l!'l!t Kfist Se^velUh_Btre^'t. Plume 2-3552. 35 1934 ni'ICIs" 4-door sedan (Calif. 737-2L'). excellent running condition. Will trade for earaRe air compressor or other KH- raKe c<inii)nu'nt. I'hone 2-5fl!)6. 35 MODEL A Ford roaster (Calif. 986365). Rood motor, 5 prewar 1 It-Inch tires and Illhes. used hut little. J145 rash. Phone 3-:ML'3 bi'foro 7 p. m. 1S01 Flower fi (rf^ e I. II5 1934 FORD sedan, fair condition (74U763). See at 71 *> Lawson Road, in Southffale. )'rlce t M5^ 35 1930 FOP.U sedan. Rood rubber. Call after fi p. m. 1301: Kern street <03F^33). 35 Automotive Service, Parts FOR SAT.K—Five-yard wood dump body. ImiPt und power takeoff, in tfood con- ilitinn. .'>303 .lewett Lane. I'hone 7-7S28. Motorcycles and Bicycles BOY'S BICYCLE for Bale, good condition. Phone 3-33jiii. 36 O.N'I-^ motor scooter for sale, reasonable. J-'irat party with money pets scooter, lien Millar, 2609 Chester avenue. 36 1942 INDIAN sports Scout motorcycle. Can be seen at Trent's Motorcycle Company. 181,'f, N street. Phone 2-7814. Bak- crsficld. Prico J450. Call owner, 394-W, T.ifL 36 BOY'S bicycio for sale. Prewar and pood as new. Call after 5:30 p. m. or Sunday. 809 Knntt otreet. 36 BOYS' BICYCLE, chrome fenders: front and back hand break: good condition. Cull at Twenty-first Street Barber Shop. Twenty-first and Chester avenue. 35 PRKWAU hleyele for sale. New paint Job. See at 161^ Oregon street 3Ji FOR PALK—Cnshman motor scooter, wind- shlnld un-1 lichls. Call at 2217 Quincy Htreet. Phono 3-1580. 36 For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures HKJHEST PRICES PAID for furniture, household articles, appliances, tnnla, eto. Prompt, cnurteotu eervlci. Victory Pur- nltur*, 618 Union avcnut. Phont 1-1006. 88 USED FIIRN1TURFI wanted. W» call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-1021. «-12-tf USED FURNITURE, touls, itovei. miscellaneous articles of \]\ kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bol> JJorley'a New and Used Furniture Slorn. 1800 Q. 4« FOR SALE—High-oven Sparks range; dining room table. 713 Washington, Oilda I e. Phone 3-4771 or 9-9497 35 1IIC,H-OVEN stove; cooler. Phone 2-8332. 1429 Pacific. 35 DINETTE eet for sale. Phone 8-8889. 1939 V-3 TRUCK nnd semi-trailer. (PT9141.) 1941 Mercury motor; semt has two axels and 30-foot lunl. Will tako pickup BS part payment. Phone 3-1447. 622 Del Alar street. Bakersfield. ' 40 1941 FORD 4-door sedan. Good condition. Sell or trade for cheaper car. (9C4714.) 607 Washington street, Oildale. Phono 2-7537. Automotive Service, Parts COMPLETE! body and tender repairing, alao front wheel alignment. Charles Vlgatrom's Garage. 1620 Twenty-eighth street. Phone 1-7937. 4-12-tf GRANT uiiton rings last longer. Motor tuned up. creasing snd ntllng: car storage. Blue Rlbbor Garage, 1916 Nineteenth. Phone 2-0874. 1-16-tf WK CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. (JMAC Budget Flan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-6997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf FOR SALE—Model A motor: 2-Inch centrifugal pump; 2-whenl trailer. $85: set of barbells, $15. Sin El Tejon avenue. Ollriale. 35 FOR SALE—Prewar lied divan, chair to match, very good (omlitinn. 152S Kentucky street. Phono 2-fi528. THREE-QUARTER iron bed. roil springs, mattress; full size link springs, good as new; reed chair with cushions. 617 Eighth street. FOR SALE—1944 New Perfection white kerosene range, used two months. Phone 11-2127. MONTEREY twin beds with springs Rnd mattresses, metal beds: walnut dining set; two radios; very nice larsre baby buKKy; desk, chest of drawers." dressers, high chairs and miscellaneous. Sunday p. m. at 3531 Chester avenue. FOR SALE—All-metal Ire box. Prewar construction. Good condition. $25. Call 2-0446. ONE old square dining room table and five chairs, sturdy construction. Three- piece Chesterfield set. Phone 2-4141. For Sale—Lumber WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 1x6 2x2 2x6 2x12 6x6 3x4 3x6 3x12 Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX S83 9-5-tf For Sale—Lumber For Sale—Lumber We are sure lucky. We had just bought too many cars of the lower grade 2x'ls and lx!2s, and we didn't know what in the world we were going to do with them, but now the War Production Board says we can soli them (no strings attached)—we mean it. NO PRIORITY, NO NOTHING So as f;ist as we can get it unloaded we will sell it to you as long as you stay under your limit. Wo also have a good supply of doors and windows, roofing paper, batting, some molding and wallboard. We are paint headquarters and we don't men maybe! Fairly good outside white paint, only $1.49 a gallon. That good outside Oldmaster white, $^.S5; shingle stain (the host) $1.29 a gallon. Regular boiled oil, $1.65 a gallon, but REAL, HIGH CLASS boiled oil, $1.95 (bring your can). Outside white paste, $12.76 a hundred pounds, etc. IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAY US A VISIT 2200 EDISON HIGHWAY 35 Platform rockers, spring construction, large selection, $39.95 and up. Two-piece livingroom sets, full spring construction. $154.50 and up. Felted cotton mattress and box spring set, $32.50. Slumberest part-wool blankets, formerly $7.95, now $5.95. Buy your 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. 36 FOR SALE — Complete furniture for 3-room house or apartment, Including rug, stove and electric refrigerator. Call 7-726.1 between 10 a. m. and g p. m. __ 35 FOR SALE — Furniture. One bed and • prings. one mattress, a dresser and cheat of drawers, all in excellent condition. 1016 Sixteenth street. _ 35 TWO PAIRS tai lot-made, S-_B 2)6 . of satin damask neutral color, J30. drapen, Phone 3 5 HEATING STOVE, large, all complete with tank and fluo pipe, good BS new. Cost $100. take $60. 6i8 Twenty-eighth _ utreet. Phone 2-1622. _ 36 PREWAR CHESTERFIELD set. good condition, reasonable. Phone 2-0360. 2424 Third street. ___ ;15 BEDSTEAD, springs and mattress. JfiO. bedstead, springs and mattress, S2f>. Must leave town Monday. Come early. 6.10 Olive street, near Chester Lane and Oak. 35 FOR SALE—Dinette table with six chairs: chesterfield set, excellent condition. 614 T street. Phone 9-9601. 3D PREWAR bedroom set, consisting of bed, box springs and mattress, chest of drawers, vanity and bench, night stand, all to ma:ch Reasonable. Phone 4-4204. 35 PREWAR all-metal CO-pound Ice box; fan type cooler, new; 2-plece Chesterfield set, spring construction, beige; Twin size cotton mattress, full size spring, blue ruit. 9x20, with pad; round dining table, while breakfast eet, four chairs: 4-burner Wedgewood range, apartment size, new. Odd tables. Phone 2-83iH>. FLOOR LAMP, 3-w?.y, with shade, $10. Klectrlc toaster, electric sandwich grill, lawn and camp chulr. Assorted Ki7.es o f ca nvas. 227 Oleander aven u e. O'KEEFE & MERR1TT gas range for sale. Not table-top but looks good. Phone 2-0^4.'!. 2T>0 East Twenty-first stroe(^ FOR SALE—Four-poster walnut bedstead. $10; single white painted bedstead, $5; •white dresser, $5; (j-pieco white breakfast set, $10; matching walnut coffee and end tables, $7..10. 2714 Chester Lane. DINETTE and bedroom set. See after 6 p. m. or all day Sunday. 403 Oregon st ree t. .'i 7 FOR SALE—9x12 Indian design rug; play pen. hardv*ood floor. Phone 5-5271. 36 BABY CRIB—30x54 Inches; crib, springs and Innersprinp mattress all prewar and In good condition. Nice Jersey milk cow. cheap. See Louis Wilcox, Route 4. Box 403. Bakersfield. One mile south•west of Oreeley schoolhouse. May be located by high yellow water tank. For Sale—Miscellaneous WE HAVK THE Knd-o'-the-Pest for Insects Parts for Coleman Stoves and Lamps Two-W»y Fly Killers Casters Ratchet Handles Three-Quart Hudson Sprayers Beet Knives Grap« Knives Play Pens, Baby Trainers Juvenile Chairs and Rockers Baby Strollers and Beds High Chairs Overstuffed Sets Dinette Sets Hapla Pedroom Suites Divan, Chairs Clothes Hampers Smoking Stands Cocktail Tables End Tables Marble Top Kitchen Tables Mattresses Vnpainted Chairs, Chests Congoleum Rugs Throw Hugs Bamboo Rakes Metal Red Lamps Klectric Hot Plates Switch Boxes Hot Shot Batteriei Clothes Wringers Klectric Cord Meater Cord B-X Cable with 13 and 14-Gauge Wire Chicken Wire Rubber Belting and Lacing Master Wrenches Nail Pullers Open End Wrenehe* Box End Wrenches Paint Pliers Diagonal Cutting Filers Needle-None Pliers Crescent Wrenches Toledo Stocks and Dies Star Drills Hi-Speed Drills Klectric Drill Miter Boxes Ladders Oilcloth, Mirrors Snap Clothespins Clothesline, Reel Type If you can't find It anywhere else LOOK FOR IT AT Hardware and Restaurant Supply 1322 Twentieth Phone 3-0581 35 Flying and balsa modtl plan* kit* Jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships, fittings, balsa wood carvlnr. knives, dope and cement. Com* In and look around. Edward'* Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth *tr**t. S-22.tr THE OFFICE OF PRICK ADMINSTRA- TION has set dollsrs-anrt-eent* celling price* nn used refrigerator*, washing machine*, vacuum el**n*r«, typewriter*, bed springs, cameras and" photographic equipment. The** maxmlum price* apply to every idler, even to an Individual selling hi* personal tiotwihnld effect*. For information concerning these and all other celling arlce*. call the Baker*field War Prlc* and Rationing Board. Phone »-»419. 6-18-tf New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE: 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 39 FOR SALE—One 20-horsepower pulley driven electric motor. Layne & Bowler helt-dHven pump head, 9*fi Inchefl I, D. C 12-Inch pulley. One set of boles, 12- Inch. One new endless belt, 37 foot. One 14-inch pulley. George Hamilton ranch, first house on Fairfax Road south Ma- eunden service station. Phone 21-F-4. 36 WANTED—Small tricycle. Call 6-6515. 827 Nilcs. ELECTRIC air compressor. Including paint gun. 135. 2720 North Baker. FOR SALE—New 2-whcel trailer, also good Philco cabinet radio. 814 Washington, Olldale. FOR SALE or trade, for ?4 or 1-ton pickup, complete welding outfit. New tin- coin 300-amp. on '936 Chevrolet. 1'/4-ton truck. In excellent condition; high-oven stove and rocking chair: bar copper. 1 xlx61. Phone 2-9020. 35 FOR SALE—34-Inch band saw with 5-horsepower 3-phase motor: S-inch jointer; medium heavy table saw with 6-horscpower. 3-phase motor. All In good condition. Phone 2-2909, office, or 2-0236 after 6 p. m. 37 BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY, A. D. Job io Be Done! WILM A / COME CVER TO MY FOXHOLE .WILL . VOU ? I'VET FOUND SOMETHING VVTALLY IMPORTANT \N THE, WUER CASE / (JUSTAMINUTE I CAN'T COME AS YOU SOUND LIKE A COMIC STRVP, ' OETECT»VE/ WHAT'S THE' .LATEST/ HUE*'? MECHANICAL) NM; BPA1N / THE ONE WE/,, ... » POUND \<3 A PHONY/ \,. i,. ,p!fi! IT'S JUST A WORKING )„„ .Ur MODEL - THAT WON'J!i «8 ^ WORK / By LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS — •••*HUER MAO ANOTHER BRAIN }4m«3 ROBOT AND FO« n»e WOBOT/MTHE B **Vweve GOT TO FIND MUE» ORM.1VC »•!•—Ml«c«ll«n«eu» For ••!•—Mltt«llm«mn (AND BEYOND REPAIR) TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER PHONE 7-7871 WARD'S HAS JUST RECEIVED EACH ROLL COVERS 100 SQUARE FEET INEXPENSIVE AND LONG LASTING WHILE IT LASTS WE HAVE ALSO JUST RECEIVED TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER PHONE 7-7871 Sft Oswald's Hot Wate.- Heater* Laundry Trays $10 Fruit Jar 75c doz. Platl irm Scale* Show Cases Stools Ice Cream Maker Beverage Cooler Wooden Bowl* Dishes Stock PotJ Steam Table* Broom* Mops Coolers Hundreds of other Items. Onwald'* Restaurant Supply 71C Nineteenth Street Phone 2-9317 50 SHOP IN EAST BAKERSFIELD 100^0 pure wool wasto sleeping bags, $14.95 and up Genuine bamboo rakes, made In Mex'.co Good assortment of shelf paper. We now have Armstrong Lin-o-Glosfl. linoleum liquid wax, made by the makers of Armstrong linoleums. Pints, quarts and gallons. Pine tree for stock Slock salt Sheep hooks and handles Post hole diggers Toilet seats Ironing boards Barbed wire . Heavy stock fence Battery-controlled electric fence, $9.95 Vigoro for your garden Large assortment of toys Two-man saws Wheelbarrows Thermoray gas heaters Gas logs Alfalfa seeders Universal food choppers Hog rings and bull rings Roofing paper Cotton scales Coyote and fox steel traps Full line of Fuller paints Large Free Parking In Rear of Store PIONEER MERC/NTILE COMPANY 1024 Baker Street, East Bakersfield Phone 4-4984 35 Sewing Machine Exchange, 1218 Baker, has Singer, White and New Homes. Repairing. 41 ONE 24-Inch 4-way planer. A-i shape. Call at 300 Belle avenue, Rlvervlew. 35 BAKER'S portable 16-pie oven for sale. Phono 2-3210. 35 FOR SALE—Singer and White sewing machines. New Royal vacuum cleaner. 1509 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 35 COLIAS, palms, ferns, begonias, calelllas, gardenias, shrubs, fertilizers, seeds. Lawns renovated. Fowler's Nursery. 1316 Third street. Phone 3-0888. 35 FOR SALE—Springfield rifle. 2 boxes shells. $4- p >: two motors, U and \* horsepower, $12.50 each. 220 Woodrow street, Oildale. 36 NOVA baler engine, 1n goocl repair, for aale or trad.: for 6-foot tractor disc. Dale Randleman, Rosamond. 3ft 20 TO! : balec 1 . No. 1 alfalfa hay. One mile south Panama Store, % mile west, first housn on right. 35 .25-35 CALIBER Winchester rifle, excellent condition. Call 3-0392 after 4 p. m. WILLIAM GOERTZEN GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER SPREADING PHONE SHAFTER 684 BOX 487 — SHAFTER, CALIF. FOR SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 49 REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornung, J60> Nineteenth *treet. l-M-tf PORTABLE Hervule* 4-cyllnder tssolln* water well engine. Thompson Dairy. Potamao Drive between Quantleo and Oswald. «7 Bud and Pete Klassen. Phone 1-1761 or 3-1546. 4« TWO-PIECE black pln-strlpe mannish tailored suit, size 16, $15: black flnger-tln length fur jacket, practically new. $45. 1510 Quincy or phone 2-7721. 35 FOR SALE—1200 feet of 8H-lnch seamless grade J second range. 36 casing] 4500 feet 2!i-lnch drill pipe. Hughes tool joints: 800 feet 2',4-lnch drill pipe, Imperial tool joints: 950 feet 4'4-Inch line pipe, 8-thread. Arthur P. Anderson, 199 Supply Row, Taft. Calif. 44 FOR SALE—Nearly new set yellow gold rings, •tost $135, very reasonable. 407 Washington Olldale. 35 NOROB 1RONER, $35; three linoleum rugs, $7. 1608 Oregon street. 35 FOR SALE—Eight new 4-rlng aluminum pistons, complete with rings and wrist pins, for Ford V-8. twenty-thousandth. oversize. 1520 Monterey street. 35 LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweeper* available only to persons having old Hoover* tn trad* In. Liber. 1 allowance. Guaranteed factory part* And lervlce. Call Welll'* *ervlc*> department, 6-6851. 7-6-tt GET FOUR rubber stamp* from Baker** field'* only rubber .tamp company. Ton will be satisfied with Its prompt senrlce. Pad*, Ink*, dater* of all make*. 1101 "Eye" street. Phone 1-810?. 43 THAVER baby buggy for Bale, 2-4816. Phon* FOR SALE—Case two-wire hay baler, • yoara old, A-l condition. Phone 2-2*1934 John Ansolabehere, Route 1, Box 664^ Norrls district. FOR SALE—Ten acres of corn In field. Good for turkeys, chickens or hog*.Dial 3-0796. 39 DOVE SEASON Is here; 12-gauge puma gun in A-l shape. 610 Bernard street. Phone 2-6936. 37^ ELECTRIC health conditioner, $30. Carpenter tools. Auto mechanic tools and cabinet. 100 Union avenue. Machine on Dodge truck, welder . practically new, truck has built-in cable, rod and tool boxes. Can be seen Rt 243 Douglas, Highland Park, Bakersfield, Sunday and Monday. "Paris Liberated" and "Tank* Capture; Guam" and other newsreels; 8-mm. and 16-mm. scenic, adventure and sport • pictures. New cartoon*. Little King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Edwards Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth. 9-19-tf FOR SALE—Seven young duck*; 160 feet chicken wire: cistern pump; valve grinding set; other car tools, electrical and hardware fixtures; two raincoat*. Sun* day only. 1904 Kentucky. Phone 6-6435.- NAVAL AIR UNIT Ammrr to PrevUtu P»»«l« ElMI^BW SSKOI -4 , HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted is ' > insigne of — (Squadron 1, U. S. naval/ aviation i 8 Cubic meter v 9 Early English (ab.) 10 Insects 12 Morindin dye 13 Symbol for , illinium 14 Cloth measures 15 Everything 16 Planet 18 Symbol for tin 19 Rhode Island (ab.) 21 We , 22 Tendon 24 Road (ab'.) 26 Snake 27 Folding bed 28 High school (ab.) 29 Build 31 Symbol for calcium 33 Ambary 34 New England (ab.) 35 Exclamation 37 Incursion 41 Conducted 43 Collection of sayings 44 Like 46 Compass point 47 Transpose (ab.) 48 Arabian saber 51 Symbol for tantalum 52 This insigne is borne planes of this unit 53 Assists 54 Antic 56 Esteems N 57 Belongs to her •> VERTICAL , 1 Expresses. <. 2 Relates . 3 Angers ,4 French plural f article 5 Kind of duck ' 6 Color (pi) 7 Kimono sash 8 Symbol for selenium 11 Tree 15 Girl's name 17 Symbol for m iH II rl -4 l-SUIrll -4 gold 18 Oriental guitar 19 Speed contest 20 Devotee 22 Ground < 23 Exclamation of inquiry 24 Dealer in real estate 25 Doctor (ab.) 30 Conclusion , 31 Devices for holding 32 Rough lava 35 Infirm » 36 Was seated * 38 Any 39 Bury v 40 Darlings \ 42 Sea eagl* . 43 Genus of maples i _ 45 Baglike part 48 Her 49 Exist* ,. 50 HurrahlV 55 Hebrew letter

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