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12 THE BAKEK8F1ELD CAL1FORMAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, PEOPLE CAN'T AGREE ON CANDIDATES, BUT ALL AGREE THAT CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS Sptcial AnntMnotmtntt Stnrtf WMlttoPday ntglit, August 2<i. nf VnrJ* Hud's Plncr, 2 1 ^ mil** f«M on r.illwin highway. Rvorylmrty %><•!• Financial lYnnk HornUnhl Chrmlcal laboratory 1704 K KTRKKT ASSAYING Olf ORISK Analysis of Oils, Water, Soils _ _ 48 A.RK you Kirk of b«lng strk? Do you want nrw hrsllh, strength and vigor? Then Investigate HIP benefits of Internal Hathlng! Scientific, odorlfsn, palnlesv, host-less. All waste matter can be upon. A 1>on»fide diagnosis In made of ynur Intestinal tract. The causa of SO per cent of nil aliments He In th« large intestines. Up clean Indldo, as well as outside. fiurh condition* as constipation, hemorhrolds, prostate troubled, high and low blood pressure, colds, rheumatism, asthma, kidney disease mid other nllments respond with amazing results. IK to 36 gallons of pure warm water used. Investigate, and learn what It Is to have a colonlo and an Internal mnssage. Klghteen yearn practice. Dr. Colcman. chiropractor, 105 Oeorge Hay building. I'lionn 912. 8-lE-tf ALL-AMKRICAN Bun Linen. IVe* meals. Pallas »21, St. Ixiuls 125, Chicago |2S. For rfcftervatlnns phono Kern Fountain Lunch. 4M8-W. 84 PACKAOR TRANSITOU—Pianos, furniture, baggage, package*. Open all the time. Vhone f228. 820 Eighth itreet. A. I* White. 30 HITCHCOCK'S OAHAOH! rear of 423 Flower street. Phono 2471. Bent equipped small shop In Bnkanifleld. rvlce. Trustworthy so cheerfully given. Estimates SO Ult—Fmnd—Hray>< LOST on Twenty-flint or Oak, white purs* containing some currency and driver's license. Keep currency but please return driver'* license. Anna McOlll. 1821 B street. PJJEAflE return black puppy, struck: by car on Nllen street, near Horace Mann School. Sunday evening, to Ned, 2711 Bevlftr street. Ptaona 4078. Parsanali WILL not be responsible for any bllli contracted by other than ourselves after this date. August 25, 1188. (Signed) Mabel Clark Smith, Frank H. Smith. Marlcopa. JS I SHALL not be responsible for any bill* contracted by other* than my•elf. (Signed) William A. Tanner. Baker street. H WANT two passengers to share expenses of motor trip to Tennessee. Phone m. Jt HAVING purchased an Interest In tha Golden State Body Works, I will not be responsible for bills contracted for this business before August 17, Ittt. The business will be known In the futura as Kern Body Work*. (Signed) Alfred Munchy. Jl iuilnau OpaartunHlat FOR LEASE/—Large buslnass building; best location on Bakersfleld- Tuft highway business district. Will alter to suit tenant. 400 Harrison, Tuft. DIKINO room and kitchen, with six bedrooms. Idea] for boarding housa. Inquire at 1001 Nineteenth street. 22 FOR SALE—Two-chair barber shop, fully equipped. Inquire at 1410 Twentieth street. 23 LARGEST drive-In drink and sandwich stand on Highway 98, In heart of Fresno. Qood highway and local business. $8000 full -price. Dissolving partnership. £030 Broadway, . Fresno. 23 Financial ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON TOUR HOUSEHOLD REPAY IN SEMI-MONTHLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS SEE: us 201 HABERFELDE DUILDINO PHONE 546 8-7-tt SALARY Vacation Funds Available MONEY AT ONCE NO RED TAPH NO EMBARRASSING INVESTIGATIONS Courteous and Confidential FINANCE COMPANY tSOO CHESTER AVE. PHONE ZSZO 7-16-Sfl-U Situations Wanttd—Ftmalt \VANTKD by I'lipahln lady, housekeeping In motherless or bachelor bome. Phone &744-W. Io27 Twenty_ fourth Hlr<-Pt. j CAI'AIII.K n'hltn woman wants room- Ing or rijmrltnpnt ho\isp, tt; manage. Tlefrroni-rs. Write Itoute 3, Ilox 102, Jlak»>rfiric|r!. 21 Confidential scrvU-o to salaried pcoplo Biirl houHewlvcH. NO COLLATKHAL OR SIC Habcrfcldu Illdg. Phone 2200 K NTIUCKT Home laundry. Work culled for and delivered. Mending free. Prices reasonable. 2905 1C str«et, around circle on 90. Phone 414S. M Far Rtnt—Ra«ms NK'RI.'t furnlfihed room to one or two gentlr-rn^n. Phone 5M7-R. 22 KJIONT bedroom to gentleman. References. Call at 1912 Verde street after 4 p. m. $1600 to loan at 77,, on nakemfleld property. First trust deed, payanle $2fi per month. Rimer F. Karpe, 1M7 Klghleenth street. 8-19-tf Schaalt—Initruclian KKMAHI.K men to taho up AIR CONDITIONING and lOleotrlc Refrigeration. Prefer men now employed and mechanically Inclined, with fair education itnd willing to train spare lime to become exports In Installation and service work. Write giving age. present occupation. UtllltU-H Kng. Inst., 61-D, care of paper. 21 Far fUnt—rltaitit With Btard ROOM and board and meals served family style. ISOfi California ave- nun. Mrs. Xetta King. 22 HOARD and room at 2023 California avi-mie. 25 Htla Wantta*—Malt WANTKD—Two A-l cyanide mill men to Invent with services. Box K-lt, care The Callfornlan. 22 OUTSIDE MAN with car. Welll's Department Store, Household Ooodn Department, DaHoment Hoe Mr. Paul. EXPERIENCED shoe salesman for Saturdays. The Family Shoe Store. 22 EXPERIENCED colored porter for two hours dally. Box D-29, care The Callfornlan. 22 WANTED—A schoolboy to drlvo delivery car two hours per day. Peter's Cleaners, 1816 Q street. WANTED—Young man with sodn Fountain experience; must be 21 years old or over. Apply at Fox Fountain, 1702 Twentieth, ufter 7 p. m. B. Qerson. MAN for Coffee Route. Up to $45 first week. Automobile given UH bonus. Write Albert Mills, 307 Monmouth, Cincinnati. Ohio. 21 Far Rant—Hausas FOUR-ROOM furnished bungalow. Overstuffed, Innersprlng and Frlg- Idalre. Water, lawn ami garbage furnished. Adults. $35.00. 903 P street. FOR RENT —136.00, unfurnished house. 1624 Lake street, near Wll- llains School. HALF of duplex, nicely furnished, water paid. Inquire at 1216 Eleventh street. 23 FOR RENT—Furnished 4-room cottage. Clan, lights, water and use of phono.. Lots of shade. $25 per month. Call at Illomqulst ranch, Stlne Road. UNFURNISHED B-room house with service porch. $45 per month. 1807 Nllen street. THREE rooms and bath. Furnished. Modern. Frlgldalro. $30.00, water paid. Call at 209 Monota avenue, Rlvervlcw. FOR RENT—Three-room, nicely furnished house. Adults. Inquire 397 East Nineteenth street at Inyo. IN LAMONT—Four roome and bath. Apply at Lamont library. 21 Far Rtnt—Apartmantf WANTED—Boys to sell Callfornlans In East Bakersfleld. Soo "Floyd," corner Baker and Simmer street, between 4 and 7 p. in. 23 FOR RENT—Front apartment, beautifully furnished, electric refrigeration. Cool, shady, water and ga- rnge. 1J11 Nile street. APARTMENT for rent, two rooms, kitchen and bath, 2315 Nineteenth street. WANT WORK? NEED HELP? Male or female. Call 6020. Class "A Employment Agency. 34 Htlp Wantad—Famala GOOD reliable woman to cook in Rlrhgrove boarding house on Por- tervllle highway. Apply In person. 22 WANTED—Attractive young lady, high school graduate, experienced cashier and typist, age 20-24. Write qualifications, address and phono. Box I*. O. 259, attention manager. 22 EXPERIENCED saleslady for children's shoes. Stain experience. Box 803, care The Callfornlan. WANTED at once, rellabla housekeeper. Age 30 to 60. References required. Hood home and good salary. Apply 1R04 Chester avenue. Jhone, 2970. After 6 p. m. r R383-W. WANTED—Experienced housekeeper, good worker. Lnundry goes out. Throe In family. $26 with room and board. Write P. O. Box 137, Shaf- jer. 21 Situatlant Wantad—Malt YOUNO man with good truck wishes moving. Also live stock. Anything, any time. I'hone 7033. HIGH school boy wishes work of any kind. Call at 1120 Oregon. Harold Alexander. DISPLAY man, card writer, men's wear salesman. Married. Must have work. Anything. Display man, 1416 Uaker. PAINTING and paper hanging. Good work, good materials. Reasonable. References. Phone S017-J. 23 EXPERIENCED gardener, floor wux- er, and also wash and polish cars, any kind of housework. 35 cents per hour. PKuiso call 3718-J. Ask for Albert. KNE1U1ETIC young man with four years' experience wants office wurk, bookkeeping and typing, with chance for advancement, In or near Bakemfleld. Phone 3419-W. VERY nicely furnished 4-room apartment. Adults only, no pots. 1030 Kentucky street. $35. Oarage, lights, water and garbage included. FURNISHED single apartment. Gas, lights and water paid. Lady preferred; not pets. 2021 Truxtun ave. nue. 22 FOR RENT—Modern apartment, 610 Union avenue. 25 Ftr Rant—Mlattllanttu* HAVE space for storage of oil well equipment. Reasonable rent. Phone R71R-J-4. 21 Wantad tt Rant—Rttms WANTED, room In modern home by business man. Box 12-A, care The California!!. Wanttd tt Rtnt—Htusts YOUNO couple, no children, no pets, steady renters, desire three or four room furnished place. Write Box 24, Hakersfleld, Calif. WANTED—To rent, by young couple, furnished apartment or small house. No children or pets. References. Call mornings, 2010-J. 23 WANTED to rent by adults—Furnished two-bedroom house, with siTrancd r.'.ooplng porch; within walking distance of town or curllne. Responsible, permanent, tenant. Phone 4276-J. WANTED to rent, 2-bedroom house, furnished or unfurnished, in Sunset district. Reliable tenants. Phone 6635. WANTED to rent, unfurnished two- bedroom house. Adults. Phone Mrs. llloks. U,5S. WANTED—Unfurnished S or 4-room hcnise, at onco. Phono 1522. 22 11OY. 18, wants work of any kind. Anything considered. Honest. Reliable. I'honr 6549. A-l CARPENTER, painter and paperhanger. Day or contract. Excep- tlonally^ rjfai^iittJ^«^^_P_luine_4_656-W. WANTED—Carpenter work, by ox- perlenced man. Phone 3808-JX. PHONE 6768, 7 u. in., 12 p. m. and 6 p. in. for gardening un<t general housecleanlng. U. G. Scott 1021 O street. "3 Situatltnt Wanttd—Famalt YOUNG girl would llk.> light housework and care of children nights. I'hone 3S24-J. To salaried people on Just your signature. LOUDS Arranged Immediately NO EMBARRASSING INVESTIGATION HUrll school girl wants housework bv lh<> hmir or '-are of children. Call WANTKI>—Housework, cooking or practical nursing by day. 1120 Ore- _KOn. Phon « 2S'21>. >larIettftJJrail 1 ey. j WANTI5U -Position by practlclvi I nurfcc. Care of convalesconis or I elderly lady. Nurse.. 141C, liakcr | Mrt-et, UakerhfleUI. car* for chll- Wlll I'D helper Ftr Salt—Imartvtd Prtptrtjf BRAND new quality Spanish stucco residence In southwest district; corner lot; simile and shrubbery. Tile roof. Double garage. Bath and showers. This Is the prettiest and most modern homo In city. Come sew this master plec.i of building. Price $5460. Can finance through federal loan and make easy terms. Also veteran's loan. Now vacant. Price Stanley. 1700 K street. 22 $2650.00 Ollilal.-, 2-l>eiIroom house, like now, big lot, fine shade, lawn, plenty room for another house Terms. Shaffer. Phone 1073-J. 22 THRF.K-HEDROOM home, restricted district, priced to sell. Also «-bcd- room huuso on acre. New 5-ruom hump. AH immediate possession. S. Elwoiid, I'.i23 I street. Phono 6S37. FOUR-BOOM house on Pacific street Good location. »1600, $400 cash, $15 per month. Wurreu-Ueagun, SO linker street. Ftr Salt—-ImprtvttVPrtptrty MOniSTIN 6-room homo In Highland I'ark. lyot lOflxISO, fully developed shndn, fruit, flowers and lawn. Double garage, basement, hardwood floors, tlln drain, automatic heater. Immediate possession. For quick dale 14000; $500 down, $42.GO a month. Howard Nichols, Inc. 8-22-tf INCOME property—Six units on 100- foot corner lot. Near high school. Will show Income of J220 per month every month. TCvery unit completely furnished. This property In excellent condition. Mortem and clean. To settlo business affairs this must be eold a.t onco at your price. In fact, for almost one-half actual value. J.inOO down payment will handle. Hce and buy this. Oet your money working at 15 per cent Interest In a safe and Bound Investment. This In bound to Increase In saleable value, besides drawing a nlca monthly Inoome. Don't fall to In- vestlgato this without any obligations. Open for Inspection Thursday and Friday. See or phono for address and Information. Prlco Stanley, 1700 K street. Phono 1804. Residence phone 1287-J. 21 FOR SALE —On East Side, nice five-room home; corner; near pnrk and school, $3250. Easy terms. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 22 SMALL, neat house on rear of lot In highly restricted district. Lot lOOx 260 feet. Owner hns left town, offers for JHOO, 1300 down, $25 a month. Howard Nichols, Inc. 8-19-tf 11 ACIIKH, 7 miles from town, paved highway, small house, good well anl pump, but no motor. $2500, half cash. Howard Nichols, Inc. S-19-tf PHOPKHTY for sale at 2 L street. 23 Ftr Salt—CHy Lttt LOT on highway, 200x286. For sale or lca«e. Lot In Alia Vista tract, Flower street. Al Pearce. Phone 6464-J. 22 FOR SALE—$760, part cash, buys fine Alta Vista home site. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 22 FOR SALE—By owner, 76x150, residence lot». Arvlii street, Highland Park. Apply 1320 Kern street. 23 66-FOOT lot In exclusive restricted district; sidewalks and tree In, paid for. Prlco only $650, which Is ICKK than half of actual value. For building lot bargain, hurry. Price Stanley, 1700 K street. Phone 1304. 22 FOR SALE—Two lots, each 25x137; Thirty-fourth street near Chester. Price $395 each. Terms, $2 down, $2 weekly. Kelly & Sou, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 21 LOT for sale—50x160, on Nlles street, east of Mount Vernon. Inquire at 2601 Q street. 21 For Salt—Impravad Farm* PIONEER REALTY COMPANY Exclusive Agents for MILLER & LUX LANDS For Hmidiiy appointments see or call H. M. JJIUhouse, who Is alwaj'S on the tract at Buttonwlllow. Phone 76, or J. Kelly Russell. 7 Haber- fclde Bldg., Bakersfleld. Phono 2500. 51 ACRES of fine land In Wasco area. All piped, good well, excellent Improvements. Now In alfalfa. Equipped for modern dairy. Land Ideal for potatoes. Some terms. Elmer F. Karpe, 1517 Nineteenth street. 8-19-tf Far E«chain;a—Praparty FOR EXCHANGE—15-acre ranch. Five-room house, two wells and plants. Ten acres In alfalfa. Chicken equipment. Consider East Side residential. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 22 Far Salt—Auttmabilaa TODAY'S SPECIAL 1932 Dodge 6 w. w. sedan, In perfect condition. Must sea to appreciate. Full price only $395. LOU HARRISON, corner Eighteenth and M streets. IN SELECT USED CARS 1935 Hudson coupe $228 down 1934 Terruplane coupe $165 down 1932 Chevrolet coach $115 down 1934 Ford coach $155 down 1929 Chevrolet coupe $62 down 1932 Ford V8 sedan $123 clown 1934 Hudson sodan $222 down 1932 Studebaker sedan $132 down 1931 Oakland sedan $95 down 1930 Hupmobile sodan $75 down 1929 Hudson sedan $75 down 1929 Chrysler sedan J7G dowu HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE L'220 Chester Avenue Phono 3955 Ftr Sala—Autamabilai Far Sala—Autamabllat Far Sala—Autamabllat BARGAIN — 1935 Plymouth sedan Only 14,000 mllos. Call 400'J-W after S p. in. HIGH M-hool girl will dren nlxlith or days. ce Ca WORK wanted. Girl wants take caro of children or house work by thti _ h°ur. Phone 1670 - W 1 _ _ YOL'NG woman with office, store and practical nurnlnK experience. Mania work. Full or part time. Phono THREW houses on large corner lot furnished. Bringing In $85 per month. $r>50ft, full prico. Warren- Rengan. SO? Uaker street, SEVEN-ROOM house with one acre ground cm Brundage Lane. Lots of fruit, poultry pens. This Is a real hoinr. s.'O Loyil Sands. The Rob- Infcon Agency, 1?25 Chester avenue. FOU SALE--On D street, six blocks from clock tower, neat five-room home; small, but nice lot; J2500, part cush. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 22 201 Huberfeldo Building. Phono 646 7-2311 1-Cost Plan! Why Pay More? j Three payments Include ALL chaigei>: | You Receive You Pay Monthly | 1100 $10.r>6 for 12 months i 1200 $16.SS for 16 month* ' JSOO $20.61 for 18 months ! Proportionate rates for other amount*. ! Quirk! Confidential! No co-algneri,! , NO SALARY ASSIGNMENTS j or contracts refinanced. ; YOt'NU lady wuntt. work by the hour, _ LL >o rili!iS s _llt t '' l '_r I "ll''- Phony 43116-J . KXPKR1KNCKD colored woman wants work, half iliiy or day'b work, I»5c hour; or chambermaid, or laundry In :ii}- honif, called for unU delivered. Phone 3718-J. RELIABLE colored girl wishes part- tliiK' work by the hour. Washing, Ironing and houKecleantng. Phone 594S-J. HIGH SCHOOL craduate wnnts full or part time office work. Call 6316- W. H!4 Seventeenth Street Phone 414 Free Parking Kl Tejon Garage EXPERIENCED colored lady wishes any kind of hout»ework. Can give KOdd reftTfnccn. Phone C725 - W X. EXPERIENCED colored woman wishes morning Job or work by the hour. Call M6I • J 21 PARTLY built 6-room house; 1 fine aero. water, highway frontage. $1350, J200 down, balance easy, liakersflrld Realty, 2D1D K street. Phone 799 8-22-tf ONK of tbt> most artistic homes In llakorsfleld: 2 blocks from new high school In Prlmavera I'ark; stucco, with tile roof, unclosed putln. Th« house must b« se«<n to be appreciated; It lias everything. Two floor levels, hardwood floors th'roughovit, Venetian Minds, tll« floor In ball! with tinted fixtures, unusual electric fixtures, automatic heater. Completely and most beautifully and artistically furnished. Largo lot. $6600; reasonable down payment, balance less than rent. Howard Nichols, Inc. 8-22-tf 1930 Chevrolet sport coupe $2(J5 1930 Ford tuuor $245 1934 Dodgo 6-wheel eoupe ?015 1930. Ford do, luxe sodan $745 1936 Dodge trunk sedan $895 DO OTHER FINK CARS TO CHOOSE FUOM Open Evenings and Sunday VALLEY MOTOR COMPANY 2120 Chester Avenue Phone 3240 26 LAUNDRY SERVICE Uundry Strvln Unixetllid—Thtt li Our Sloitl Ttn Dltttrint Servlnt and Ztrlo OtforlMi Dry Cltinlnl OtTIZINS UUNDRY Slrtunth «ntf 0 strut* Ph*M 3S» '35 BUICK S. COUPE '34 BUICK TR. SEDAN '32 BUICK SEDAN '31 BUICK 8W COUPE $365 $745 $495 $365 '35 OLDSMOBILE 8 COUPE 1766 '36 STUDEBAKEB. SEDAN »985 '31 STUDEBAKER SEDAN »285 '35 PLYM'TH DLX CPE., |645 '34 HUDSON SEDAN $625 •34 NASH TR, SEDAN $595 •So NASH SEDAN $195 '33 DE SOTO COUPE $445 '30 PACKARD SEDAJJ $445 USED CAR DEPT. 2112 Chester Avenue Phone 423 '35 CHEVROLET SEDAN' $665 '34 CHEVROLET SEDAN »B95 '33 CHEVROLET COACH |395 '31 CHEVROLET COACH ?295 '35 PLYMOUTH SEDAN $635 '34 PLYMOUTH SEDAN |525 '35 FORD V8 COUPE $565 '33 FORD TUDOR SEDAN $395 •32 FORD TUDOR SEDAN $295 '30 FORD TUDOR SEDAN $235 '30 FORD COUPE $195 '35 WILLYS 77 COUPE $376 '34 STUDEBAKER SEDAN ?545 '34 '29 '34 '30 '35 '31 '36 •29 '34 '31 '31 '30 '29 OLDSMOBILB TR. SED. $646 OLDSMOBILE COUPE ?19B CADILLAC SEDAN $1595 CADILLAC SEDAN $495 FORD V8 SEDAN $665 FORD TUDOR SEDAN $285 CHEVROLET TR. SED. $745 CHEVROLET COACH $175 STUDEBAKER SED. $685 PACKARD COUPE . $465 BUICK SEDAN $385 CHRYSLER SEDAN $275 OAKLAND SEDAN $185 DOUQHTY.CALHOUN-O'MEAIIA USED CAR DEPT. 18th and N or 20th and M 1708 Phone 421 USED CAR DEPT. Twenty-second and "Eye" Phone 420 26 Ftr Salt—Auttmtbilts WHERE YOU HAVE A WIDE SELECTION OF LATE MODEL USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1935 Plymouth touring sedan $685 1935 Chevrolet Master coach $625 1934 Ford Coupe $485 1932 Bulck 91 sedan $435 1932 B-4 Ford sedan $385 1932 Chrysler fi sedan $350 1931 Dodge 8 sedan $350 1931 Chevrolet cabriolet $300 1931 Chevrolet coach $295 1930 Oldsmoblle sedan $295 1929 Chevrolet sedan $185 1929 Buick standard 6 sedan $150 PHONE 6822 s 192!) Dodge DA coupe $185 1930 Cher, spt coupe $265 1933 Late Plymouth coach 1445 1934 Dodge coupe $585 1935 Plymouth trk. sedan J675 SPECIAL! 1930 Essex sedan |85 BAKERSFIELD MOTOR CO. 20th and "Eye" Streets Phone 1724 OPEN EVENINGS AND ALL DAY SUNDAY 26 FOR REAL VALUES 1936 Ply. tour, sedan, low mil. ?785 1936 Ford de luxe tour, sedan $745 1935 Plymouth touring sedan $695 1935 Plymouth de luxe coupe $645 1935 Ford sodan $595 1935 Ford de luxe coupe $585 1930 Bulclc 47 sedan $295 1929 Bulck sedan 27 $225 1930 Chevrolet coach $165 1928 Whippet sedan, good $85 1927 Chevrolet coach $65 1409 EIGHTEENTH STREET Phone 831 26 13 .Cars SELLING FOR LESS THAN $100 All good transportation. If you want a good used car for less money, see our selection. BAKERSFIELD USED CAR Far Salt—Auttmtbilts WITH A REAL GUARANTEE 1936 FORD TOUR. SED, RAD. $775 1936 FORD TOUR". SEDAN $665 1935 FORD DE LUXE CPE. $595 1934 FORD DE LUXE TUDOR, TRUNK, RADIO $495 1934 FORD DE LUXE COUPE, RADIO $495 1934 FORD COUPE $475 1934 PLYMOUTH DLX. SED. $545 1934 TERRAPLANE COUPE $445 1933 PLYMOUTH SEDAN $445 1933 WILLYS 77 SEDAN $295 1932 CHEVROLET COUPE $365 1932 FORD SED., AIR WHLS. $345 1932 FORD CPE:, RENEWED $325 1931 FORD CPE., RENEWED $285 1931 FORD, TUDOR. R'N'W'D $285 1931 PLYMOUTH COACH $295 1931 FORD TRUCK $295 1930 FORD COUPE $235 1929 DE SOTO SEDAN $195 1929 FORD TOURING $165 1929 FORD COUPE $165 1929 DE SOTO SEDAN $195 1929 FORD TUDOR $145 MANY OTHERS $25 AND UP 16th and Chester Opp. Courthouse Phone 701 Open Evenings 26 IN RIVERVIEW x4s, No. 2, per 1000 $30 x6s, No. 2, per 1000 $32 Vertical No. 3, per 1000 $45 Rdwd. Siding, B, better, per 1000 $35 "ledar shingles. No. 2, bundle 90c ,ath, No. 2, bundle 75c Mill work, finish lumber, 1000, $60 Roofing, Nails, Screen a Specialty Many Other Bargains PHONE 1873 for Free Delivery Anywhere' 26 IN THE SHADE- IN OUR COOL BUILDING NOT IN AN OPEN LOT 1934 Ford deluxe coupe small wheels ' $485 1930 Ford coupe, extra clean $235 1935 Plymouth deluxe coupe $635 1935 Plymouth deluxe trunk sedan, radio, air horns $695 1936 Willys deluxe sedan, new $495 1936 MODELS IN ALL MAKES AT BIG DISCOUNTS BAKER'S MOTOR MARKET Terms and Trades Open Evenings and Sundays TWENTY-FOURTH and CHESTER Phone 5828 26 REO SALES AND SERVICE 1935 Chevrolet trunk sedan $685 1933 Dodge de luxe aedan $525 1931 Buick 8-66 coupe $385 1936 Dodge trunk sedan $845 Twenty-first and K Streets Phone 1034 29 Ftr Sala—Misetllanttus TWENTIETH AND M Phone 263 26 USED TRACTORS For Sale or Rent All Reconditioned, Guaranteed BARNETT TRACTOR CO. 2130 Chester Ave. 7-30-tf FIVE-ROOM house on large lot In Oildale. In excellent condition; big sleeping porch. Owner leaving, offers for $1676 cash Howard Nlch- oif, Inc 8-18-tf 1B2S Lincoln sod., 6 w. w., ex. cl., 1175 1030 De Hoto cpf., O K ever>' way il"5 ] 1921 Chrysler sedan, real bargain }90 152S Model A Kord !!<l.str., a steal JKO I DOtTOLASS US15D CARS Twenty-fourth ami I. Phon<> 3377-J | "1 Handle My Own Paper" 'J6 \ VOR SALK 1930 Vord coupe. Good condition, 405 Sixth avenue. Phone j !>3. Taft. J4 I V'SEP cars bought, sold, traded. I finance my contracts. Low charges. Car dealer 11 yearn at Twenty-first and 1. C. C. 11OUC.LASS. 20TH AND L. 23 1934 CHEVROLET master sport coupe, in perfect condition. A real steal at the price of $4»3. Terms If dealred. 1934 Ford de luxe 4-door sedan, 16- Inch wheels, wind wings, new radio. This car Is really right. Price $495, terms If desired. 2300 Chester avenue I'honc 2320 23 USIOD CAR LOT Just West of Kox Theater SELECTED LISTING 1935 Dodge touring sedan $785 1934 Dodge sedan 625 1934 Plymouth coupe -175 1933 Chevrolet sedan 450 1933 Dodge coupe 450 1932 Chevrolet sedan 350 1931 De Soto sedan 350 1930 Furd sedan I! 15 1930 Buick coupe I'60 1929 Oldsmoblle coupe 195 1929 Ford coupe, fine 165 AND MANY OTHERS 26 NEW one, two and three baled cotton trailers now ready. Beavers Bargain Market, 2406 Chester . 21 FOR SALE—Pulverized dairy and sheep fertilizer, for lawns and gardens. Also general trucking, long or short hauls. H. J. Hoeppel Phone 2762, 2! FOR SALE—Farm Implement, rabbits hutches, bees. Gus Grlbble, Fruitvale. West of Frultvale School on north side of highway. Route 4, Box LUMBER, $22.50 per thousand am up. Cleaning up yard for new stock Limited supply. Mears Lumber Co. Phono 3810. 2: FEED prices advancing rapidly. Buy now. Our prices are Tow, consistent with quality. San Joaquln Grain Company, Fourteenth and D. Phone 385. 7-14-tf FURS—Factory samples. Fur coals Jackets, foxes, collars. Huge stock Furs remodeled. "Tho House o 1000 Fur Bargains." DOW'N Whole sale Furs. 1S3 Kearney, San Francisco. 8-10-t FRUIT JARS—Quarts, 24c; pints, 19c We also buy rags, bottles, Junk o all kinds. Phone 17SB for pick-up wagon. 132 East Twenty-first street 6-9-t ' FRUIT Jars, while they last, washed . quarts 24c and 34c dozen; pints 19c and 29c dozen; glasses, lOc dozen I 717 Sumner street. fl-12-t FOR RENT — One-sack concret mixer. Mears Lumber Co. Phon 3R10. 4 RECONDITIONED washing machines Maytags and several good makes gasoline and electric motors. Als parts and service on all makes o washing machines. Call Bill Pflef fer, phone 1027, at M.cMahan's. Ftr Salt—Miscallanatiie B. J. JENKINS FURS at wholesale. Buy your furs from reliable furrier. All furs strictly guaranteed. Repairing and remodeling by experts. Leo's Exclusive Pur Shop, with Popel Furniture Exchange, 623 Sumner street. WILL sacrifice equity in T, & H. electric range and Weslx automatic water heater. Used 14 months. 6% miles west of Bakersfleld on Rosedale highway. Call after 6:00 p. m. J. K. Beckett. 22 FOR .SALE — Remington 12-gauge pump gun. Ribbed barrel. Call after S p. m., 700 T street. TUXEDO with vest, size 38, almost new, $7.50. Phone 1712-W. PER 1000 FEET Low Grade Mlsmllled 1x8 and 2x4 SIS REDWOOD SIDING AT $20 1x4 to 1x10, S4S Finish, $42 1x4 FLOORING, $29 x< "E" Kiln Dried T & G $19.00 louso Paint, all colors, gal. 1.25 2-0x3-0 Sash, 1 It., glazed 9So Redwood Posts, 3x4, G ft., ca. 18c SHINGLES. BUNDLES, 76o LESS G% CASH DISCOUNT Twelve Million Foot Stock 101 Bargains 101 LOS ANGELES 2100 E. 38th St. ADams 0171 25 Far Sala—Furnitura JTTST ARRIVED. ANOTHER TRUCK LOAD OF UNFINISHED FURNITURE. ALSO ONE DECKER & SON PIANO, ROSEWOOD. $85 AND ONE REGENT PIANO, ROSEWOOD, $65. WILL SELL ON TIME. ROY WHITE, 2620 CHESTER AVENUE. PHONE 1470-J. 200 STEEL cots as low aa $1.00. 9x12 Axmlnster rug, $5.00. Used Innerspring mattress, $7.50. DAVIS FURNITURE EXCHANGE 2105 Chester Avenue 22 USED FURNITURE SPECIALS Simmons Twin Beds, a pair $7.95 Inncrsprlng Mattress $4.91 6-plece Karpen Dinette Set $24.75 2-pc. Spanish Living Room Set $24.75 9x12 Wilton Rug $12.50 Club Chair and Ottoman, high grade $11.95 Many other big bargains POPEL FURNITURE EXCHANGE Ardlzzl-Olceee Bldg. 623 Sumner St Just west of Baker. Phone 1341 26 Radias, Musical Instrumtnts FOR SALE—$265. Phllco cabinet ra dlo. 1933 model 76, $30. Call a 2103 Truxtun avenue after G p. m Phono 2957-J. 2: PIANO for sale or trade cheap. Cal at 1319 Pacific. DEAGAX xylophone, cost $125, wll sell for $47.50. Terms. Phillips Music Company, 1512 Nineteenth street. Z. Fri.lt> and Va|ttablt» FOR SALE—Friday, Saturday, Sun day only, mountain Bartlett canning pears. Last chance. Kudos Moui tain Orchard, Tehachapl. ', YELLOW cling peaches for can ning, 50 cents a lug. First ones will be in C o'clock Friday morn ing. Jimmy Paddock, 1114 Niles street. Phone 5452. 25 BLUE Damson plums, lug, 7uc. Geor gla cling peaches, 50e. Satsumas 35c. Watermelons, lOc and 15 each. Brandt's Stand, 2600 block Terrace Way. 2 BOON 13 ranch at Weldon has 1 acres of White Rose potatoes fo sul« In field. Como Thursday, Au gust 27. NEW almonds (1936 crop) for sale from 1 pound to tt ton. 1109 Stock ton street, Bakerafleld. 4 Dtf$ in<l Othtr PtU ROLLBn canarieB, good singers, J5 Cages. Or will swap for what hav you. 1500 K street. Business Cards JOHN W, CULLITOH PUILIO ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX 8ERVICC. AUDITS. SV5TEM» JOJ-8 Profiulontl Balldlni Phont 4MI MYHE ft SON FUNIRAL OIRIOTORI Nln«t»»nth «n< I StmM I. 0. Pnjcw J. IniM Pcinw Trtt Dlrcottn tinrlo* MM Truntun Annut, M N BtrMt Phent 567 Ud» Poultry and Livasttek AUCTION Community sale, Thursday, August 27, 10 a. m., 5 miles south of Bak- ersfleld on Union avenue. Chickens, cholco colored heavy hens, 10 bred ewes, one springer' and one fresh Jersey, coon dog and pups; 15 good feeder pigs; other livestock; chairs, beds, stoves, Ice boxes. Bring what you have to sell. W. B. Osborn,, auctioneer. Phone 13-F-2. 22 FOR SALE — Fresh Jersey cow, Bakers Lane, second house on right. Turn south off Casa Loma Drive at mall boxes. 28 'OR SALE—One young Jersey milk cow, 2Vt years old. Giving S<A gallons milk per day. Inquire first house rear of Frultvalo School. 22 'OR SALE—Jersey cow. % mile north, M mile woat Prultvale School. McMahan's. 21 F0r Exchanga, Miseallanaout WILL trade 7E-lb. Ice box for 7 fryers or young hens. Coll at 1100 Chester avenue. • 21 Wantad—Miseallanaous WANTED—Board and room for girl 12 years old, In Olltlale. five days n week. Box 131, The Callfornlan. 22 For Salt—Unimproved Land % ACRKS, 7 minutes from town, gas, electricity, separate domestic and irrigating water system, 51100, J200 down, J20 a month. Howard Nichols, Inc. S-17-tf rVanttd ft Buy-MUctllanttus BEST prices paid for bottles, rags, Iron and other junk. Phone 397 for pickup wagon. Prompt service. 430 East Nineteenth, 7-9-3(!-tf WANTED—Old burlap .ttnd rags. BIIJ-- ing bottles and other junk. Call 2170 for pick-up wagon. 717 Sumner street. 6-lfi-tf Legat Notion NOTICE OF SAUE OF SEMI.TROPIC SCHOOL QISTmCT BONDS Kern County, California Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 17, 1936. sealed bids will bo received at the office of tho Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of snld County at the 2ourt House in the City of Bakors- 'lelcl until 11 o'clock a. m., Monday, September 14, 1936, for the purchase of eighteen bonds of Semi-Tropic School District, Kern County, California, of the denomination of $1000.00 each. Said bonds were Issued by tho Raid Board of Supervisors under and In accordance with tho provisions of the Constitution and Laws of tho Suite of California, and In conformity with the order of said Board of Supervisors, passed on the 17th day of August. 3936, and bear interest at the *ate of 5 per cent per annum, interest payable annually for the first year th,« bonds have to run and semi-annually thereafter, both principal ant! Interest payable In lawful money of tho United States of America, on tho 17th days of August and February of each and every year out of the Interest and sinking fund of said Semi-Tropic School District, upon presentation and surrender to the Treasurer of Kern County, California, of tho Interest coupons attached to said bonds; said bonds to be numbered connecutlvely from 1 to 18, inclusive, us follows: Bonds NOB. 1 to 4, inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 1 year: Bonds Nos. 5 to 8, inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 2 years; Bonds Nos. 9 to 12, Inclusive, $1000.00 eanh. to run 3 years; Bonds . NOB. 13 to 1C, inclusive $1000,000 earn, to run 4 years; . Bonds Nos. 17 to 18. Inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 5 years. The Semi-Tropic School District has been acting as a Schnol District under the laws of the State of California, continuously since ISOG: tho assessed valuation of the taxable property In salrl Keml-Troplc School District was One Million Nine Hundred and Seventy-One Thousand Fivo Hundred Twenty Dollars ($1,971,520.00) and has now an outstanding indebtedness of nothing-. The bonds herein referred to were voted for the purpose of raising money for: 2. The building or purchasing of school bulldlnga; 3. Tho making of alterations or additions to the school building or buildings other than such as may be necessary for current maintenance, operation, or repairs; 5 The supplying of school buildings with furniture, or nnressary apparatus of u permanent nature; 6. The permanent Improvement of the si-honl grounds. Bids will bi> received for one or any number of mild bonds. All bids must be equal In amount to the par value of the said bonds and accrued interest to date nf delivery and each bid must be aocompanleO with a certified check payable to V. E Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of paid County, or a cash deposit for the Hum of at least ten per cent of tho amount of tho bid The check or cnsh deposit will be returned to the bidder In case of the rejection of tho bid and the same will be forfeited to Semi-Tropic School District If the bidder neglects or refuses to pay the amount bid for th« said bonds within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of the bW. Upon opening of the bids for Bald bonds as aforesaid, mild bonds will be sold to the highest and boat bid dor for cash, lawful money of the United States of America, Biibjec^ to tho said conditions and provisions. Bids for tho bonds at a lower rate of Interest will also bo considered. Tho said Board of Supervisors, however, reserving the right to reject any and all bids for Kald bonds. All bids must be .enclosed In scaled envelopes addressed to !<'. K. Smith. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and endorsed "PROPOSALS SEMI-TROPIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS." By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 17, 1938 (Seal) F. 13. SMITH County Clurk and Clerk of said Board Aug. 22 to Sept. 5, Inc. \

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