The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 20, 1944 · Page 9
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Male AT TAFT DRAFTSMAN—VETERAN OR FEMALE CHAINMAN—MALE Air j[«^ j[r/pj| c ^fF'ji/p i ||/n| Alt' ^tJ^^/^frh HELPERS FOR INSTALLING AND REPAIRING PIPELINE—MALE APPLY TO: 1 o f> _ o TELEPHONE TAFT, 464 TLEPHONE BAKERSFIELD, 7-7501 67 RICHMOND, CALIF. BOILERMAKERS PIPEFITTERS WELDERS MACHINISTS WAREHOUSEMEN ELECTRICIANS All Crafts and Helpers Transportation Advanced HOUSING AVAILABLE SEE A. P. Hoffman, Representative U. S. Employment Service 1300 Seventeenth Street Availability Certificate Required 45 MEN INTERESTED IN MEGHAN ICAL WORK FOR TRAINING IN GAS ENGINE SERVICE WORK Previous experience not essential Good wages while in training Availability certificate required IF INTERESTED SEE REPRE SENTAT1VE OF STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFOR NIA AT UNITED STATES EM. PLOYMENT OFFICE MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRI _ DAY, OF EACH WEEK. 44 WANTED tractor mechanics. Phone 4-4D1 Twenty-fourth. 9!) Highway. 50 WANTED—Man with some experience In garage or station work to hr'lp In garage and used car lot. See Reed. Kltchen-Boyd Motor Company, 2L'2Q Cheater. 9-16-tf BELLMAN—Mu«t b« over 21. Apply Hotel . Padre. 7-1-tf NEEDED to help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanic* mnd body men, Full time work. Motor Center, Bulck. Chevrolet and Cadillac dealer. Se* Backman, Twenty-cecond and Chester. S-15-tf OIL FIELD truck (.river wanted. Rocky Mountain Drilling Company. Phone 6-6362 and 2-8334. 47 EXPERIENCED dishwasher. Apply Freddie's Cafe. 99 HlEhway and Twenty- fourth itreet. 9-11-tt WANTED—Service ealeaman. Good salary and excellent future (or man with (air education who can antume responsibility. Firestone Storei. 2381 Chester avenue, Bakersfleld. 8-23-tf WANTED—Harvest hands. Men to operate combine harvesters Experience necessary. Bed and board furnished. Apply (15 East Eighteenth street. Phone 9-9671; after 7 D. m.. call 2-7706. 7-8-tt EXPERIENCED milker wanted; (rood wages; house, utilities and milk furnished. Baldwin Dairy. 1 mile south of Taft Hlghtway on Wlble Road. Thone _ -- S-0045. 44 YOUNG man needed for full-time employment. See us for a position that has a postwar future. 1100 Eighteenth street. Gingraa k Neely. 9-lG-tf NEED TWO MILKERS; GOOD PAY; HOUSE, LIGHTS, WATER, MILK FURNISHED; MUST BE MARRIED AND HAVE OWN FURNITURE. APPLY 1SOI1 VI STREET, PHONE 2-8946. 44 MAN to work on oil lease in Kern River field. Steady postwar Job. Call 2-0015 after 5 p. m. 4^8 HANDY MAN wanted. Apply Kern County Cotton Gin. Magundcn. 4_3 WANTED—Clerks for hardware nnd automotive parts dcpnrtmrnt. lOxperienoe not necessary Apply Pioneer Mercantile Company, Twentieth and "Eye" streets. Rakcrafield. 45 WANTED—Men for Imal delivery. Apply Pioneer Mercantile Company. Twentielh and "Eyn" street8, Bakersfield. 45 WANTED—Men for shipping and receiving department. Apply Pioneer Mercan- file Company, Twentieth and "Eye" BlrcetH. BakerRUehl. 45 WANTED—Salesman for local 'territory by cigarette manufacturer, permanent position, straight salary: raj' furnished, expenses paid. For interview call A. R. J'avek. Hotel Pntlre, Wednesday evening uetwee.i G nnd 9. BOY. ovrr 1(1, to wash dishes and assist on fountain: top wages. Michener's Drive-In. 46 EXPERIENCED SEMI-TRUCK DRIVER, MtTST HAVF, KNOWLEDGE OF KERN if'OtlNlY: ESTABLISHED RESIDENT PREFERRED. STATE YEARS. HOME NIGHTS. ADVISE BOX P-942, THK CAL1FORN1AN 4f> WANTED—HIGH SCHOOL BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. GOOD PAY. INQUIRE MECHANICAL DEPARf- MENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA?*. 0-20-tf EXPERIENCED help, man or woman, for grocery store. Phone 7-7400. 47 WANTED—Watchman, not over 60; from 8 a. m. Sunday to 8 a, m. Monday, every week. Steady and easy Job. Must answer telephone calls. Apply in person immediately. Schlumberirer Well Corporation, Thirty-fourth and L streets. . 46 MAN for sencral farm work, mountain ranch, married or single, no children. Small house, meat, etc.. raised on ranch, furnished. Good climate. 4T- miles from Bakersfield. 1 hone 4-4465 Saturday between It a. m. and 3 p. m. 46 BOY FOR STEADY WORK IN LAUNDRY. BAKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION. CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND S. *** 46 WANTED — Experienced irrigator and general farm worker; excellent wages and house. Permanent employment. Ranch 4 miles south of Arvin. Write Box P-960, The Call- fornian. . 45 WANTED—Men for oil field work In vicinity of Bakersfield: permanent jobs. Call J-4t01 for appointment. Independent Ex- ,jlpr»Uon Company. it SALESMAN wanted. Apply in person. Ivers Furniture Co., 025 Nineteenth stree^. - ) .-.?- t BUS BOY wanled. El Tejon dining room See Mr. Rowland. 4( STOCK RECORD clerk to work In oil company warehouse. Must have transportation; permanent position If you can qualify. Answer In own handwriting. stating sge and past experience. Write Box S-19. The Californian. 44 EXPERIENCED tractor drivers, year- round Job (or men who qualify: lodging and board furnished. Apply 615 East Nineteenth street. Phone 8-9671; after 7 p. m. call 2-7706. 7-3-tf T/ANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO MECHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN QA RAGE. TWENTY-FIRST AND 1 ^STREETS. 12-31-tt HELP WANTED—Metal workere. meta worker helpers, woo'l workers, auto bodies; wood workers, furniture. C. N Johnston Body Works. 100C Eighteenth Phone 4-4708. 6-21-tf NEEDED AT ONCE—Furniture reflnlsher, Also upholsterer. Topnotch wages for topnotch workmen. C. N. Johnston Shops. 1000 Eighteenth street. 7-21-tf WANTED—Experienced auto mechanic Good hours and pay. l.i an essential job, Hand tools and availability certlflcat< necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kltchen-Boyd Mot-r Company. 2220 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf WANTED—Trimmer to operate glass and upholstery department In large repair shop. See Backman at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Chester. 8-16-tl SHIPPING CLERK for green fruit packing houso office. Must ho able to type. keep shipping records and do general of- fire work. Phone 4-4011. 9-15-tf YOUNG MAN to work in furniture store, full time job. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Chester avenue. 9-15-tf Help Wanted—Female PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT FOR A-l READY - TO - WEAR SALESWOMAN. TOP SALARY. OPPORTUNITY FOB, ADVANCEMENT. RIKVKH'P DRKPS SHOP SOU NINETEENTH STUUET. 44 WANTED — Experienced full-lime housekeeper for widow lady. CJood pay. Stay on place. Write 3ox B-'JH. The Cali- forniall. _ 44 DEPENDABLE white woman for general housework and care of invalid. Board and room, good waees. 9^3 Monterey _ s I reet. 4 7 EXPERIENCED sandwich girl. Top wanes. Alichiner's Drive In, Eighteenth nnd Q. _ 44 WOMAN to assist In kitchen. Drive In, Eighteenth it nd Q. Micliiner's 44 GIRL to learn marking, checking and servicing. Availability certificate required. Victory Clcanurs, 1919 M street. _ 44 7 "ARKER and checker, experienced preferred. Availability certificate required. Victory Cleanera. 1919 M street. 44 WANTED—Beauty iperator, high guarantee and commission. 6-day week, closed Saturday. .Tack Morris Beauty Shop, phone 6-5712. 44 OPPORTUNITY for enterprising young ladv to learn photography while receiving full pay; photography experience reward proportionate to knowledge. Phone after 12 p. m.. 2-5272. Roundtrees Studio. 44 WANTED—Wnmnn rook; experienced only: steady employment. Joe's Fountain Lunch. 1700 Union. 47 WANTED—White maids. See housekeeper, Hotel Padre. 8-16-tf TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 6-29-tf WANTED—White woman for light housework and help take care of children. Prefer stay on place. Phone 3-0166. 44 WANTED—Experienced stenographer for downtown office, 40-hour. 5-day week. Write Bo* 823-M, The Californian. 45 WANTED—Lady presser, good Job for right party. Apply ut once at Max Simons tailor shop, corner Fourteenth and Chester. Phone 3-1804. 44 WANTED—Elderly lady as housekeeper, two in family. Phone 2-25S7. 1M14 Seventeenth street. 45 WANTED—Fountain girl and tray girl. Larry's Drive-Inn, Eighteenth and O. 45 GIRL—Experienced. for general office work. Old established firm would like someone Interested In steady postwar position. Write Box H-45G, The Californian, giving age, martial status and experience. 45 SUNDRY WORKERS. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. CITIZENS LAUNDRY. 1131 SIXTEENTH. 45 RELIABLE party to 331 Highland Prive. care for children. Phone 2-552:1. 45 EXPERIENCED dinner cook for public dining room. Plume 2-887fl. WANTED - Middle-aged or elderly woman to take mother's plnre In home while she jworkS; l'!!one_:!-ojl 'M. _4 6 SEASTRESS—Experienced on small repairs and alterations. Prefer one with dry cleaning plant experience. Apply at once, 172S Niles street. 46 CHECKER and marker. Must have previous experience in dry cleaning plant. Apply at once. J72S Niles. 45 WANTED—-Benuty operator, for full or part-time work. Call 2-4534. Your Beuulv Shop. ^ 4 5 EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER— Man or woman, excellent salary. Permanent Valley Furniture Co., 2407 Chester Avenue. 47 WANTED—Woman for fountain work. Availability certificate required. Lucky'!". 181S K street. 47 WANTEO—Dental assistant. Apply 618 Haberfelde hullding. Previous experience not necessary. 41, ELDERLY, to care for 4-year-old daughter; light housekeeping, good wages. Phone 5-548G or 2-8:!:'!t. 46 PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT FOR A-l READY - TO - WEAR SALESWOMAN. TOP SALARY. OPI'ORTL'NTY FOR ADVANCEMENT. SIEVER'S DRESS SHOP WANTED— Beauty operator. Excellent sal- ury. Apply Lila (ill). 1022 Seventh street. Wfisco. Phone 4161.'- 47 CAPABLE WOMAN, with transportation, to do housework. 30 hours per week. Excellent pay. Phone 4-4152. 46 VANTED—Young woman to learn machine pressing. Availability certificate required. Apply in person. Pioneer Alien Cleaners, COO East Nineteenth street. 46 WAITRESS wanted. Hotel Padre coffee shop, 1813 H street. 46 WANTED—Young woman to learn marking, checking and service work. Availability certificate required. Apply in ptM'Mon, Pioneer Allen Cleaners, 600 East Nineteenth street, 46 URGENT—Desire middle-aged lady to rare for home nnd two children while mother works. Board, room and wages. Phone 3-1031. 45 BEAUTY OPERATOR with manager experience wanted at once. Phone €-6994. 46 LAUNDRY help wanted, apply Sam Woo Laundry, 1816 Eighteenth street. 4« Help Wanted—Female WAITRESS WANTED—Must be experienced. Freddie's Cafe, Twen ty-fourth and 99 Highway. 8-29-tf BEAUTY OPERATOR Good Salary and Commission New Down Town Location ECONOMY BEAUTY SHOP 1513 Eighteenth Street 3-1008 9-13-tf EXPERIENCED PALESWOM\N FOR MEN'S KI.'lt.VISHINciS AND SHOES GOOD SALARY. PERMANENT PI >S1 TION. API'LY MANAGER EASTERN 1D2U NINETEENTH STREET. S-14-tf HAVE opening for two salespersons. Steady employment and postwar security. Excellent opportunity for confident girls. Apply Basket Drug. 1304 Nine teen I h. 47 EXPERIENCED WOMEN'S READY-TO- WBAR ALTERATION HANDS. T1IOS1' WHO HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN I'TR REMODELING AND REPAIRING PREFERRED. STEADY WultK. COUD WORKING CONDITIONS. APPLY MANAGER. EASTERN, 1JC3 NINETEENTH STREET. 9-14-tf WANTED—Experienced while woman for general housework; no laundry; sta nights: top wages. Phone 2-0778. WANTED—White woman, over 2f>. to was! woodwork with Larko Cleaner. Phone _j.i[46_2. 4j KITCHEN HELP wanted at Highland Park Cafe. 11107 North Chester. Phone 2-0445. 44 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN—An old established corpora lion has opening for an aKuressivo nutt who Is a good (loser. You will nut he both ered with priorities. Representnt i ve chns'-i for this important position will he c;tre fully trained; permanent position: earn ip«« better than average. Give brief hunt ness history, ace and dr.-ift status. Infur niation confidential. 13ux A-ti'J7, The f 'a 11 Co i niiin. 4 Situations Wanted—Male WE CLEAN kitchens. 85c hour; also blinds, windows; floor by floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-7462 before 8. after 6. . 6 CALL David V. Thompson for genera gardening, hedge pruning and floor waxing; 25 years' experience. Coll from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. Phone 2-4CII1. G( BOOKKEEPER—Ranch experience, single middle-aged; go anywhere. Writs 13o\ 322-K, The. Callforn i an. 4 ' LAWN RENOVATING with power ma chine, resceding. fertill/inE; experience. ga rden e rj_no_ h a uljn K. Phone 2 -024II. 4 MAN, well experienced fteneral house clean ing. lawn work and hedges. Phone 2-7910. PAINTINC and paperhanging. Interior decorating, industrial and commen spray painting, ranch work. All work guaranteed. W. 11. Combs. Phone 2-5IKI7. 4C THEKS \Ve Trim Wo Remove We Top \Ve Shapo Phone 2-7SS1 BRICK WORK of all kinds. Barbecue pits a specialty. Phone 7-7325. 47 Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC stenographer desires work In own office. 1812 "liye" street. Phone _2-0_G5ji ; 9-14-tf RANCH COOK desires ,1ob; no women or children^ Phone 3-035G. Mary. 45 HIC.II SCHOOL girl will care for children evenings in vicinity of Oildale. Call 5_-J> 1 4 4. ,14 WANTED—Work, by experienced colored lady. Janitrcss preferred. Phone 2-4707. 4 f. SERVICEMAN'S wife with 11-months-old baby wUl care for child in exchange for ttmm. Husband home nightly. Phone 2 ; S142. 5 p YOl'NO LADY desires position with local firm. Had experience as typist, receptionist and cashier. Write Box E-S21, The Ca 1 i f orn inn 4 9 EXPERIENCED receptionist, typist nnd PBX operator, knowledge of bookkeeping, desires permanent position. Phone 2-_01_72. 45 WILL TAKE CARE of children evenings, 45c per hour. Phone 3-2419. 41! For Rent—Rooms ROOM for rent to gentlemen. SiK blocks west of Fox theater. Phone 2-0998. 44 FOR LADY—Room close to bus. kitchen privileges. Phono 4-4319, 2208 Lester st reeL 44 FRONT BEDROOM to let for rare of 3-year-old child. Kitchen privileges if desired. Call 2-21CO. 44 SLEEI'INf, room, two blocks from bus, $5 per week. 903 If street. i-ViR RENT—Front bedroom, on bus stop. $ti per week. Lady preferred. 2518 Chester avenue. HIGHLAND PARK—Fourth of a block to bus. Airy bedroom, outside entrance, nicely furnished, :arge closet, bath and parking space. $50. Gentleman only. Call 2-321S after 5 or before noon. 4_5 EAST BAKEUSF1ELD front room for older working woman; bus, telephone. Call 2-4fi25 after 5 p. m. 45 For Rent—Farm Land FOR RENT—140 acres of fine farming land, plenty of water. Nine miles from town. Call evenm&s, 2-20t!5 or 24-F-1H. 48 For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital beds with Innersprlng mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting; everything for sick room. Fold- Ing chairs. Fbone 7-7489 or 2-0067. 8-S-tf FOR RENT—87-foot Cardwell drilllne mast with substructure to accommodate model E drawworks, also pipe racking platform with finger-board, guy lines attached. Arthur P. Anderson. 199 Supply Row. Taft. Calif. 44 Wanted to Rent—Houses ,o charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent your homes, apartments or courts. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early, San Joaquin Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If no answer, call 2-0653. 3-25-tf PLEASE—Urgently In need of a. 2 or 3-bedroom home. Pay anything. Airs. Williamson. phone 5-5021 62 UNFURNISHED 2 or 3-bedroom house. With major oil company. Will be per- rnajieiu. _ ^hc m ?_ 2 _i8Jj9(L __ <* SERVICEMAN. Mlnter Field, wife, small baby desire small furnished house or apartmenr. Willing to care for grounds. JP1 1 one 5-5500. ___ ___ 4 5 RELIABLE couple with year-old baby, would like 2-bedroom furnished house. WANTED— Middle-aged couple for caretaker; furnished cottage, enrage, water. lights, phone, chicken yards. Roucdale Road 2',u miles from city limits. Phone 20 -K. 2. __ _____ 47 WANTED to rent, furnished or unfurnished house, by October 1. Christian people. Prefer Oiklale vicinity. Permanent. references. Call Wayne Beam, phone_3-_^287. _ 47 WANTED — Furnished bouse or apartment by couple wiili 8-months-old baby. Oeo- loglcal laboratory technician with major oil company. \Viil pay $50 a month. Permanent, best of care. References. Phon e_ 2-G.S 3 :>. __ 4 4 ATTENTION— H you are a serviceman's wife and intend to move, would you please help another serviceman's wife rent your house? Phone 2-5C33. _ 43 ?ERMANKNT civilian couple want unfurnished 5-room modern bungalow or duplex. No children or pets. Call G-5951, Room "43. 47 OIL WORKER wants furnished, unfurnished or partly furnished 1-bedroum house or apartment. Two adults, no pets. Phone 3-1944. 45 WANTED to rent, 2-bedroom unfurnished house. Civilians, permanent residents. References. Phone 6-5298. 4J1 VANTED to rent, 3-bedroom house, by oil company executive. Will give your property good care. Pbone 2-9423. 46 WANTED to rent, furnished house, near bus. Adults. Phono 2-5893. 46 UNFURNISHED 4 or fi-room hou»* wanted by H-inta Fe foreman, wife and 12-year-old boy. Call Bakcrefleld motor hotel. 2-954.3. - 45 Wanted to Rent—Houses WANTKD TO KENT. I-hndroom furnish.' house; adults; permanent civilian. Ii" ,V.UK._The riillnirnliin. -I Oil. l-'n-'LI) man nnd wife want small fur nishc'l house, or- apailment. Prefer Oil dale or Kast HaKersrield. r,ood renters Writ.. P. o. Box 70S. Hakrrstipld. li.Y-.MARINK and wifo, employed by t'nioi Oil ('ompany. want one or twn-ioor npartm.'Ti:. Wife a.'ailahlc for cann; l..r ih.ldion. Writs liox A1-3CO. Th __< ";i I if.'Milan. 4 UP.CKNT — F>KR .\UNIONTPKTROLVH'A K.VC.l.VKKU MI'ST HAVK HNI'TIl MSIIKU TWO fill THREK-RKDROrd IHirsK HV OrTlHIKR l.V IIICST ('ACT <;i'.\n.A.\Ti':i.:i). WH.I. I.KASK. :'-7:.::(i. 4 COrpf.K wllh 1'.s-.vear-old rhild wan house, dr duplex. Will take care of ya r also. i.'l'_l_- H "1 23. I Inward. _ 4 VVAXTKM TO KKNT—TWO HKU ROOM FrnXISTIKD Oil rXFKK NISI1KD HOr.SK FOR CIVILIAN' I'KHMAXKXT. CALL JOHN' P fiOOHALL. 7-751M. AKTKR CALL 3-1.-..-.0. SERVICEMAN. Mniter. Finltl, wife, smal baby forc.-d to move by sale. Must hav small ho,ise or apai tmeii'. by October 15 : ''10-rt_.>ver_strcet._ HjKhliiml^'arlt 4 IlOI'SIi WAXTKD—By permnnon resident. C;tre guarsinteed. I'hotn evenings 2-. r i5(]:!, or ilays, 2-rifi4n. -1 Wanted to Rent—Apartments illNTRK FIE1.T) ground officer, sectio adjutant; lurmshed apartment or IIUIIM' no pets, no children—just married I'hone 7-70.'!'.). 4 EMPLOYED couple, no children, perma nent; fmall furnished 1-bedroom house Call Mrs. Hill at 11-4712, after 5 p. m 2_- S i 17. A FUHNISFIKD house or apartment in Eas Bakersfield by mother with two junio hlKll stuclrntH. Phone 6-0006. 4 SINflLl'j girl wants apartment or emal house. Permanent. No pets. Must b< nli e or don't call. Days. 7-7816; nights C- f, ;l 5 1. 4' WANT MR TO RENT, small apartment o house, furnished, by reliable couple; ref erences. Phmie_2-7:il ti. 4 FTRNISIIEIJ apartment or small house here permanently: no pels. Phone 2-4714 4! WANTED—Small furnished apartment o bouse, within walking distance of town Kelerences. Permanent. Phone 2-0175 Ft'RNIS! IED apartment wanted by coup] with no children; near bus line; $.'10 o under. Call 2-8541, after 6 p. m. cal 7-7:121. 4 WANTED—Furnished room or aparttnen 1'or color'-d soldier and wife and 2-vear old child, as soon as possible. Phon. 2-6772. At. 119 Twentieth street. Asl- for Private T. L. Ward. 4 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Cash for your used fur niture, electric appliances, etc We buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Oildale Furniture BOX East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-14-t BROWX'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE We buy used turniture, stoves, re frigerators. Pay cash or exchange Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf WANTED to buy, one hay baler. Phon J-2641. 9-l.I-t DIAMONDS, watches and old jewelry of any description: highest market prices paid in cash. Earl McEvoy, precision watchmaker. 318 Haberfelde building. Phone 5-5307. 11-30-tf WANTED—Peach ,-eed pits. Will pay highest prirca. 2:i2S K st rret 4 4 WANT TO BUY Honor li^nse. ::;2 E: Ca I i f<n-nia TMujnp l!-37IM. ^^ WANTED lo buy, twin bedroom set. with Inm-rsurlng innttresspA. Must bo in perfect condition. I'hone 3-2(174. 4f> WANTKD TO BUY. child's tricycle o scooter. Phone 3-OOD:. 4 WANTED—licds. stoves, washing machines, sewinfj machines and all kinds of furniture. Phone 2-7075. Wanted to Buy—Property IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME. FARM OR INCOME PROPERTY. SEE VS. '.NO DEAL TOO LARGF OR TOO SMALL. JOE CUNNINGHAM, 1704 K STREET. PHONE 1 3-1210. RESIDENCE 2-5C2S 44 LIST your property with us. Fair treatment, quick action. Twenty years' experience. Taylor St Taylor, 1660 Chester avenue. Phone 6-C593. E4 CASH and quick action when you want to sell your home or ranch. No deal too large or small. Buyers waiting. Call Elmefr Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building. 1-10-tf SELLING HOME OR FARM? PHONE 2-0653. LISTINGS NOT NECESSARY. HAVE BUYERS WAITING. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD W. MOODY, 1812 "EYE" STREET. B-15-tf We need more listings. Llit yo-r home, farm, ranch or Income with BOYDSTUN & LANCASTER IS! 7 h Street Fbone S-8639 9-6-tf NEED listings lor cash buyem on large and small homes, acre homes, (arms and income property. Elwood'i, 1923 "Eye." 65 List your property with us (or quick, courteous results. Homes—Income—Ranches Chester N. Beard Phone 6-6909 Bill Allen, Associate 9-8-tf WANTED to buy. from owner, nice 3-hed- rooin home, near schools. Phono 2-7680. 47 HAVE $1500 DOWN for 3-bedroom house, from owner; two-bedroom and good sleeping porch would be considered. j^Iion^ 2j94_23_. 46 WANTED TO BUY. reasonable, a small buildlnp or houso for church services In vicinity of Oildale. Call 2-71ISO. 44 WE NEED property to sell, have buyers wailing, quick action guaranteed. Cull Wicker, phone 2-0^39. ]GGO Chester avenue. 4!> IF YOU WANT to sell your home with small acreage. 1 have buyers waiting with substantial down payments. Call Freal Harvey, 203 Brower buildinc. Pbone 2-42CO, eveninps 2-4143. 4ti For Sale—Improved Property Very al tractive 2-bedroom home; lovely ItiK room, dininp room, l.eautiful kitc kitchen with extra lot of tile: both rooms are lar^e and ea' h has l clotbes closets; Karate: lot OOxjr.o. bouse Is like ne\v; now vacant. $0250. $2350 down. P This rice ONE ACRE, modern 2-bedroom home; larKfi service much, iraraee and lots of chicken equipment. Place all fenced. J3000 down, balance monthly. Will trade for 2-bedroom home in town. Cull 2-50ti2 ')H SALR—Two-bt?droom house. furnished. $1500 down, balance like rent. J 1» J, street. Call after Ji_p. m. 44 487-T,>—$4500 $251)0 down and miKht consider little ICSH down on thin rent- incomo property. incrnnc $72.50 per month. Two houses, one lot. one newer IIOUSP. ot her little older. Phone 2-0115:! IMMEDIATE poMSPSHtnn. small, modern. 2-hPdronm house, near nrhool nnd bun; 811111^ VP noli fin blinds, hardwood flour R, niru l)Hth. fumpU'tfly repulntod inside nnd out, fenced \'n rd with room for n not lift* hnupo on front later. Don't ruins (his one for SSZfiO, $1200 down. 22^'C Berkelev jKtroel, phon_ ft 2-3177. 40 'On SALE—Two-bedroom dwelllnff, 2119 Oreifun, $2250, terms. See Paul Syln-andt, 213 Kant Eighteenth. Thon" _B - 5003. 4 8 •"OK KAI<K—Six-room modern suburban home, double sink, tile drain, floor fur** nnre. 2-cnr Barn ye, outbuildtnc!*, bear- Ins orange trees; 1 Mi ncreB. Puhptantinl down payment. Churleti R. ROBH, 3818 M_*t ree t_. 4 5 421-L)—$0475 with J347f> down or niisht connldfr little lean down on this very Inrce L'-bedroom home, best of construction, completely modern, all extra laree rooms, fireplace, hardwood floors, dinlns room, breakfast room, even a lovely screened nlde porrh which could be n«efl for den. Phone 2-065:1 or 2-53.16. 9-19-tC 328-L)—f 10,750 with $4450 * down and might consider leas down, on this Upper La Creata 2-bedroom and den home, com- pletofetf furnishod. Lovely lot. Phone 2-0tilt or 2-5336. For 8al«—Improved Property KST—NV;ir (>a.k and Pniml.ise, :'!«.>. | r« mm hi M tie \v it h la r^e .mila riuni, li\ nmrcnin, I;tn.:e. kit- hen. sfrvire I'ttrrb. t u " h;i t hs. fuiir-iiniL f t'fi xor ca hi not ni i!l; Hfp:i rain] . floors i a rpt'trd, dniibh ca i ;!!:•' manv otlior OTJ tbti i ]<t mcs . 5 arrcs t'.Nfi-Hc-pt SMI!, (li.mi-st ic \vnll and wa In \vtt h pi'-ssur • pvHt«-m. Klil-;i'i ditch wa- ii'i. pin my <>f pipeline sprinkler systen" find a li(.,m. -1(J young: fruit trcea for unl> #io,;;,i SOTTII WnST—Abo-it 4 yrars old. .Inn out nf r;ty ];inMs. ni-'e Imatlnn near I'u IMIP; t\\n h.-, In ii mis, Iivinwroom. la rp« U it'-lirn w;r h iM.'a kfast lunik, ha rdwnot t"!•'<'! s. MM e l>a ih, (Ion- t'urnai e, a ir cot V'l duf IH. vpiietian blinds: lar^f I'" riOxL'nrt. (|n\ib]p if;ira(re; peaches I'lums n rxl n pm nls. Ininiedlaie pos f="ssioii; $".7.",", Jl-'-O down, J.">0 month GHKKN ACUKS— Xjre 2-ltedroom house nn fnniinni -i!i 1 a< % ro, t tin dram, basement n iff yard nnd t"rnii t re^a. srnpe vines four luni? I-UWH harries, chk-ken equip infiit ;ttid houses lor 1000 hens, garage. T'rn-e Jij.'t.'ifl. IMU'ITVALK— Four nico rentals, three art f MMiirihrd; cnot.M-H anil refnuprn tors, nt net'' RTiDund with inroine of $14(i month A cond invest nu-nt (or only $1*000. c;;A\vr<tun STRKKT—2-bedroom house with la i ye living room, dual floor fur nn i o. lo\ fly k 'ti-lien. tile ha th, st ucco, This hinise Ir* only three J t i a i s old. A RIHU! huv at Sr.OOO. PUIMA VKKA—-lleamiful prartirn lly nev home \\ uh la i ce livinpr-oom, two la r«« bed I'ontnjjt. d in ntff i ooni a m! hen ui i fu k ii* h-Mi. has'-im-nt. f irepla- e. patio will ba rbi'cup pit. nuincroiiH fruit and nu Ii tM's, t hit k«'ii euiiipninnt for ISO. On n la rpe 'Cnced corner Int. INOx-OO. N" a pa I'tment, o^•( l r KM rn*r*>. has ba th a nc kitrl.'-n. Price JK.GOO. Subsiantia down i-aymcnl. TWO rrUNISUKn homes on SO-foot lot Hoi ween !Ml H iwhwav nnrl Chest or n ve nu<\ Hoth have elect ric refrigerator? a nd are very neat and clean. I'rice $UH50, pan canh. BovDyrrx &- LANCASTER 1S17 H Street Phone, 8-Sfi:i'J—After 6 Call 9-947S 4-4851 nm homi\ K:int lot T-"t\_'iiii; IKUJPI' n.'\vly ct«-. i livins ruinn 11V-J; also h:is ^;n-;iMt l : oul-o!-tn\vn own* 1 ?only $17*111, \vliir'h is a steal; house now v;uant. On Pnrk Way—A very romfortnble 3-bod- room homp, Venetian blinds; lias a la rite dining rnr.m, nice kitchen and a sunroom. Thin homo has been prired to Bi'll, n.i owner is beins transferred. Requires about $3100 to handle. On Skyline Drive—A very charming 2-bedroom home and laruo den. practically new, .a'dandy kitchen with a nook, has two tiled baths, two fireplaces and truly a well-landscaped yard with barbecue pit and choice flowers. $2500 down. Near East Hieh—An Immaculate 2-bedroom home with cooline ducts and floor furnace, larce airy hedrnoms nice bath with tile vanity, dinmtr room and ._ whans of a kitchen; double enrage and a nice yanl, all for $5950. terms. Future Investment—One solid block of 16 lots, each 50-foot frontage, streets p..ved, alley paved, all utilities In and paid for. just east of Baker street. Included are three older houses. Priced $7500. with one-third down. In the (-nlifornin Bark—Completely nnd beautifully furnlsh»d, ]-*tory informal buiiKalow. with two complete suites, ];n'Ko liyins room and sun room, nice li.-itio. Inrcn lot. Trice $11.000. Shown by appointment only. CHESTER N. BRARD 1S07 H Street Phona 5-5909 or 2-4522 9-en-tt FIVFMIOOM stucco bouse, almost new; liviiiu room !Sxl5, iwo gooil-sixe bedrooms with coohm,' ducts, tile in bath and kitrhen; entrance, hall and service room. Venetian blinds; lot 50x150 with lawn and enclosed rear yard, double BaiiiKe; in Hast Bakersfield. Posses- Miun soon. Only $51150. abom half clown, lilMKDJATE 1'OSSESSJO.N — Kast Unkern- field. near Horace Mann School; 2-bedroom jtucco bouse on lot 50x150; hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, kitchen and diuing room combined, service, porch, cemenc basement; trees, tarden snace. cbirken pqiiipmellt: f.4250. $2000 down. SOIJTHWKST— Near lieale Park. four lame rooms with one bedroom and two enclosed sleeping porches, service porch, cement basement; an older house in ex« llcnt condition on lot (50x175, with lovely lawn; cl.ickon equipment. Possession soon. Price $4950, about $171)0 down. 16tiO CHESTER AVENUE PHONE 6-G59I! 47 M3—HOME AND INCOME. One E-bedroom home, hardwood floors, large living room and dinlntr room, nice kitchen and service porch; also 2-hed- room home, completely furnished; three- car irara^e. all on larpe corner lot with plenty r>f shade; neai- bus and markets, only $0000, $28. r >0 down, $35 monthly. Will 'trade for small house. OlhDALE—Almost new 2-bcdroom home, extra larsc rooms, plenty I lie in kitchen and bathroom, cooling system. larKe fenced lot with fruit trees. $625(1, $2250 down, $42.50 monthly. Wil; trado for ]-bodro.un home. SERVICE STATION AND CAFE, each with living quartern, on lot 100x135 In the heart, of Lamont. $5250, or will trade for house in Bakersfield. LAHCIO 2-BEDROOM HOME—Lai-Bo llv- init room nnd diniiiB room, kitchen, In rce screen ijorch. very nice hack yard, fenced, plenty of shade, pood location, SH750. $1750 down, $23 monthly, or will trade Ci :• small house. ON THESE PROPERTIES phono 5-5324, evenings 3-1170. NOW VACANT. OXI,r $1830 DOWN, .St'NSET PARK—Nearly new 2-bcdroom home, lurtre living room with floor fur- na< e. nice dining room, kitchen and hath with plenty of tile, lots of built-in cupboards and closets. Venetian blinds. lui-Be double Karace with storage space, lovely lawn, on bus line, near schools and market, $6850, $1850 down, balance $55 monthly. TWO 2-rooni furnished cabins on one lot. Live In one and rent the other for $27.50 per month. $1600. $800 down, balance $.V> monthly. Forrt-nooM norsR WITH SHOP IN REAR—$:;:I75. $10(10 down, $35 monthly on balance, or will take car iu trado. ON THESE PROPERTIES, phone 5-5324. evenings 2-'.il'SS. LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nicliol 2015 K Sued !l-2(l-ll or quii-k sale—Dropped pric.. from J.IL'.'.O lo $2850 on 4-room bouse, all larKe rooms. That is just a lot ot house for the money. t'iose to bus and schools, and immediate possession On well-located business corner, Roberts Lane. 100-foot frontage. \\-ry desirable business location and two bouses on reai : one furnished. Tan now ^ivn immediate Possession, so have dropped Price from $5250 to $41150 on home jUHl off I'ierce Road; larKc living room, floor furnace, slop! veneiian blinds, lovel • bathroom with tile vanity, dining room, two bedrooms and den. on about -li of an acre, lome with three furnished rentals: one a very nice house lo live iu. the others income. AVill puy a'JOUt 15 per cent on illveslme nt. Another acre home. Rosedale. House for 1001) laving hens, brooder house, fruit trees, all fern ed. Vacant, Immediate possession Close to ''iieste; avenue, in Oildale, 2-bedroom older hoire, $:i750. 3ne of the nire'' 3-bedroom bouses on well improved aero of K run ml. Ideal hnme for large family. ['hree-hedr r.m ol/ler home, close to t'hes- ler avenue in Oiidale, with tome good furniture. S.'l.MMi. deal location for Southern Pacifuic folks Two-bedroom houso with hardwood floors throughout, djuble Karate.. 1m- mcdl .to possession. El r'runtlncp—Ln f with 75-foo 1 . ;ill f.-n. "il. Knui -rnom tvmse, ncr r"<im and k'r.-h-'n. Total "<<). Flll»f n ii!i:l I d'.wn p;l>'tncnt. imino IVnk—L'nelv. cnmplctr*ly led :>-n-fitn h'.nie. two V)nrlrooms fur- nnd f:i'l'!-u-e. Two-car carnup. il'"'l lot. Full prn'i> $10.500. Ci'Mtd. =uh?t:in ' .;i 1 ilnwn pnyment. Inside Cilv—Fi\-c-room home. hnrdwocd flours throughout, firepla.-p. other dandy f":ilui"«. Two blocks from bus line. Yard in exollent condition. Full price $ri!*:,'J. some terms. Immediate possession. East Bakerafield—Lovely 5-room hnme on corner lot. excellent condition. Hardwood floors throughout. Lovely yard. Furnished. $S450. on terms. Eureka street, near Taker—Five-room stucco home with basement, about f years old. Excellent condition. Some chicken equipment. $5200, about $2000 down. Wlnsland Squars— Five-room home, mod ern throughout, well landscaped lot. This place Is practtcfilly ocir.pletely furnished Including refrigerator and washing ma^ chine. Total price 16760. eond down payment. house, eoot good house ant tood Improve 1 10 Arres no;i r Pha fter. snia soil. Only $4500. 10 Acres on Siorlintf Rnnd, fa nil mm'hinery. $S!*;"»0, 1.0 A cmEI lu-.i r l-'arliinart, meiHH. $14.000 40 Acres so in h \\oat of Pclnnn. Pnmo al- f;i If;i, bain nee npt'n, om>-h;i If 1 merest if well. I'rieo $ SuOU, Adjoin ing -10 can tin Irnspfi SO Arrr.s fcnuiUnvpflf of Delano. In col ton nnd ;i Ifnlfn. VJO. (HiO. onn-fourth dnwn. SO Acres in rviriprvillo dint rx I. plontj ttiitiT; now in cotton, Bpuds and nltalt'a fi-i*, tenant luniao uml ba rn, p.< near Delano, fine np\v ii-rnorr bouse, ha in and naraee. pood w-'l!. nl farni piiuipmenl included: unoil soil foi spuds of nlfalla. This is a dandy b'i.\ lit mil t.'ltio per acre. 160 Acres northeast of Pelnno. now Ir alf.-ill.-i, potatoes and ccitton. eoud well, small house. $225 per a< re. 16" Acres r.ivv land southeast of McFar land, for only $50 per acie 31" AcrfH near Famofo Iciscfl for 1945 .11 $30 per acre; two good wells. Fric( only $200 per acre. illt'HAIUiHoN ,t PIDPAI.T, 203 TTopkin.s Hiiildiiifr Pbone 7-703] Evenings Pbone 11-0422 or ti-l 4-1 Two-bed i st reet, work; wood >om home on location fdt-al homo In pond floors, n ii-e va id. l-'i Wnst Twentieth for walking i cor.ilitjnn, hard- la ru-e double ea$5000. some terms. Two-bodroom home In La Cresla. Idea location: home is of Spanish type, tile roof: nic- 1 pr'.i' rooms, lovely > a rd: im mediate possession. Price $S450, some Two-bedroom hi me, East Balcersfield close to Ker.v (leneral Hospital; home in excellent condition, all nice large rooms. Price $5850. terms. Two-bedroo'n home in Lomita Verde, al lanre rooms: homo has Venetian blinds, dual flour furnace, lovely curlier sink, separate, entrance to rear bedroom, stu-inkliiiT system. Price. $SOOO. term.' Two-bedroom home on Oregon street, built in ly.'lil. lartfe yard, rear yard fenced, nice lawn and flowoi s. Price $5500 takes about $2500 to handle. One-bedroorn home on North Haker street, large lot. Price, $3500. some t' Phone 2-9294 Ilabcrfelde Buildinpr 47 2',j Acres on lJtrnndat;o r.nne. west of Oak j*t reet, with ;>-room houwe, don bit- KII- niKo and wash room, free wa tor rieht, dotiR'Ht ic n nd irriKat ion well and pump, too. A dandy at $7000, some term a. Kea rly new --bedroom homo in Oilda h* on A\' ilson street : p. Iso one on Ha rdinn ; also nice oiio in Rose Garden; all priced to sell. 140-foot frontaeo on Edison Highway with four cabins for StHHtO. A snap. Four-room celou-x Imud col tuga in north cast section on lot ;'iOx 1 J;"». partly turn i H h ed, f u r $ - C 0 0, ca H h. Five, acres, pa i tly impi'ovcd. on north Uifhway 9!> in ar ovyriiaas, closu in. 15:'l Twentieth Street I'hunu 7-7974 4ti NEAR U. S. 2-bedroom and modern and in excellent condition: one$4650, duwn $l'J7u, aero lot. Price month $3;*. South.I'es* 1 Serf ion—Near Hoale Park, laree ,'i-bet!room and 2-hath home. Price $7500, dmvn $.'(500, nionlli $41' HOME AND INCOME 'Icely furnished 2-bedroom home: living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, sleeping porch, paraye and laundry room; also nicely furnished 3-room house, now- rented; place is fenced to make two separates homes. Close to grammar and hii:h school. A good buy at only $5150 for both, cash. J " stucco, hath nnd hatT, double eursiKe, nlHo building 17x17, cm lurgi> corner lot, built hi 11HO, fiouili pint of city; i in mediate posKPHHion; rash required. $iil)70. P. Q. box 1601. Bak- TWO-BEDROOM honieTwaiki'iig~<1U- t;ince of duwn town. CIoso to school and markets. This is a wpll- bullt house. Can be bought fur 0 !lL?L?i a60 down. Phone 4-4851. 4G 'OR SALK. by owner, large 3-bedronm bo H t reet, 'OH SALK — Two-bedroom furnished tiouHe. with nllvcr and disheH; fenced-in front vard. 14000. Inquire 413 Decatur. Phone 2-4181. 49 . y owner, arge -ernnin ucco house, on deep lot. In good neigh- rhood and close to bus line. 62!) V IY OWNEU. 2-ncre. 2-bcdroom homo, tll» kitchen. lar«,e living room; plenty of •hade, fruit treen, berrinn. alfalfa and chicken equipment. Substantial down payment. Route S, Box 827. Bexland Drive. 45 BAST HAKKItSKlKI.D— U-bndroom luirlly I'urnishi'U Itmnc tin lot fontu uiinK h:i If nn acre. Living room haw Ijnill-m desk mid bookrriMcs. I,and wan pntfp«Hiona My lunfi.scitppd and ha.s lots of fruit. gni IH-H and shiido. All fenced, with rt?;j r of lot H way from house fciuhipfd lo run about fiOO chiclions. lion «on able duwn i>ny- nicnt, balance at $35 per month, including intcn-Ht. SOrTHWKST—Here la tho country homo you've bofn wanting—U-bfidroom. alnuinL now Ktui'co. Hituatnd Just off Stoekdale Hljibway. completely fui'tiinhed as yon would furnish your own borne. Now gtiruK*. "iix^4. Tho finest of equipment and buildings to liandlo 600 C'litckens. Twenty-one fruit and nut trpos on nearly nn aero of land. ?8450 total price. r«?a- unmiblo terms. Lots of watf;r, lawn, and .'had' 1 . N STN'SP/r PARK — Very lare*» 2-bndroom burn' 1 , hard win id Vlmirs. f lr>or furnace, Niall fihmvf-r stud tub, cxt ra l;n «o i:los- t>t«. crdar-linc'd lined closci. Kef miHlu?<i and \'in.-at* ii, ready fttr nrcnpancy. A Npaciixir* hmm- for Kracioun living. •1MMA VKUA 1'AHIC- — Completi-ly furnished 3-bfflniijin hunie, vein-1 KIM Id mils, ca r- pt'luiK. 1" i rop lace, floor turnac-p, all Hie n!<•(.• t if-s, ^-r;i r «iii ;i«". yard fenced, lotH of f i-uil. Tl) IN lioniM ij< Itn-nished nnd <-uti i piicd lo ptcit.^y tbc most diseirinii- nai \\in. ALT A riSTA TUAPT—Two-bedroom home, 5 years old. Kxt ra lai'Ko --car tr;i i ;IKP, nnd lot. Vard ffiiccd and .well shaded. Uooms e,\t i ;t l.'U'Kf. h;i rdwood I loors and venf't lan blinds. r ]Vrms. ').MITA \'K1UJI ; : TIlAfT—nt-aulirul 3-hpd- rooni homf, lliiih atnj ha If. .sn-fl vi-net ian blinds thniUKhout himse: fireplaen. f Itjor 1 in ria«'(i; li-cn r ^;i ratie, cement d rive way, T' rmw a rraiiK'Mf, EAST ItAKKltSI-'IKI-D—li. aiitiful 2-bi>d- room home, extra lary inom^ nnd clou- els, t her most at coin rolled flour ('unmet*: diniiik' room uith budi-in cnpl'oa cil. Vard • •imipl'Mfly Ifin "d and niLi.dy I'hoi should itofeergfielb Caltfornian Wednesday, September 20,1944 9 For Sale—Improved Property ! For Sale—Improved Property PAIR ¥AiUE§ SI.K-HOOM ho>j^. rinse m on O «tr»i*t; ' has thi-**c larye bedrooms, aun roc.rn, in rgfi iivinc ri*om with (irrpla re, ben >i- tiful din:nc room and kitchen, lars* per vice porrh n nd h;iBement; lawn a mi shade tree« This is a real buy for Ktimeoi.e. Full price $6000. substantial down. FOUR-ROOM hom-.; with lars* screen porch, close m in southeast district. On larKe Int. haa nice shade and fnift trees, garden space. chlrUen equipment, don hie carat:**. Welt cared for lawn. T-'ntl prj'-p S.T500. $1000 down, balance $r.,*) n month. Dl'PLKX nnd 4-room home In highly desirable location. AM are completely and well furnished. Duplex now ranted for $90 n month. Owner gets \ rent free In 4-room house. On Jarsft corner lot. shade trees, lar^e gam Be. On bus line, nnd near markets. Full price. $7600, *^950 down, balanca $^0 a month. Furnished Immediate pomeaslon: 500 Dl PLKX—Tliif-o lartP i.i.mis and Rrrvln pm-'-h p;i, 1) Hide. ,-i |.-o mi..' :!-ruoin apart mt'iu ami .1 ;">-M'Oin ri pa it merit. A 11 fur nishod with niio ftirrnunp ex«'eptiiiif one 8ido ot* duplex. top ranfies. ref risera toys, two WfiHlnnir ma chinos, elc This property is in excellent condition Inrome Slay per month. $l:t.r>00. $3000 dmvn. ba lanro JS:> p-T month. PR A <*T 1C ALLY M-:\V 2-hrdroom home t hnirtu lov a t ion. completely furnished lla n I wood floors, floor furnace, plent} of tilf, very t lean in Hide and out; nice lot. sprinkling 1 «>stem, double garage. S 7 r. o o. CII KSTKR LAXF—Two-bedroom home This IM one of tho olib-r homes, however > nil ca n't. Iiea t thf> local ion. Nice, corner lot. Full pnr-o $4000. furniture in''hided lIii.MK AND INCO.M K—l.oni te<l in K«.of i -MI (a 1 d ist r ii t. This property is les: iha u thi-i'p VPH rs dd. in excellent con- ilit on. Hardwn roiupletclv um-p. tilr drii ished. $7000, KOUO in.". etr CALL 2- l_;nt K Strci $13,000.00 MODERN three-bedroom home only seven years old. Located in south west section in attractive neigh borhood. Three bedrooms, two baths, two-car garage, patio, fur naco and cooler. This home Is o: better than average quality con struction, built under P. II. A. su pervision, and has many attractive features. We will show by ap pointment if you have cash or can arrange finance. • BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1S03 II street Phone 2-S94R fl-14—tC Incomo loratcd in bent rental district. Kipht unu*. Hourly no\\'. with tiled ronf mid nk-ciy ruintsluHl; nnvpr a vacancy. This IH j'c-illy onn nT tlm vorv host courts In town. Income $4jii per month. Priced nt $4.1.500. Adoho on ea?( pido; two bedrooms, nice T-onm over earaso; yard all fenced. Onli $;isii). WTLT.AKD R. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street 1'hone I-Or>S5 9-19-tf INVESTMENTS Six-unit apartment and duplex, near West High, 113,750; now grossing 1 8 per cent. Five units—Apartment house near Highway 99, in good, older district, $(ilt)(). Income now $105 per month. Four units—Apartment house on West Eighteenth street; walking distance downtown. Income $150 per month. Duplex—Kast Bakersfield, $-1500; close to shops and downtown. Income $nTj per month. These, properties are all pretty well furnished. FRHAfj W. HARVEY LMK! Brower Building Phono ^-4JtiO Evenings 2-tH:! (4S,"il—Jl.'i.riOO, SSoOO down. 3 bedrooms and den. C4S3)—$BSOO. J4200 down. Hitkor Mtrect, 2 bedrooms. (47!))— S.^isn, S3480 down, .lowctt I.,alin. 3 bi>ilriiiini8. (17?)—$«980. S4BSO down. KiKhtecnui sti'cpt, 3 bfrirootns. (475)— $S7f,0. $5S50 down, Hiiilitli Htreet, 2 bedrooms and den. (47:1)—$4785, $11885 down. J,akc street, 2 bedrooms. (470)— J5H80. $.'1200 down, furnished. Mlnner street, •> bedrooms. (157)—$5980, $2U80 down. Hank street. 2 bedrooms. (460)— $S'.I80, $2680 down. El Kalpho, 2 bedrooms. (459)—$G:iOO. $.1100 down. Mll- via. 2 bedrooms. (45:))—$9500, $6100 down. furnished. Per-shlntf street, 2 bedrooms. (452)—$8875. $5600 down. California avenue. 2 bedrooms. (33G)— $:!Tr>0, $18.".0 down. Williams. 2 hed- rooms. C):u;)—$(i.')00. $2400 down. Flower HiiviM. 3 bedrooms. (445)—$10,750. $B750 down. Oak street. 3 bedrooms. (441)— $8(100, $:1SOO down, I.a Oolilna, 2 bedrooms. (4b4)—$4975, $3500 down. Lnmitn Verde. 2 bedrooms. (430)—$4750. $2500 down, Wilkins street. 2 bedrooms. (429)— $11975. $3375 down, furnished, Bedford Way, S bedrooms. (417)—$15.000. $9000 down, Halsam. 3 bedrooms and den. (MO—$987.". $4375 down. Alturns. 2 bedrooms. C107-L.I—$15,000, $7000 down, lovely home and Income. SAN .7OAQK1.V AGKNcMRS Phono 2-060.'! or 2-5:136 9-19-tf FOR SALK—On Alia Vista Drive, corner, (iDxl&O, 3-bedroom house, living room, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths, small basement, screened porch, floor furnaces, newly painted; two- car garage. Reduced to $!)2")0. $3250 down. J. J. Consani. I'hone 9-9C14. 9-lS-tf FOR SALE—Ono 2-lietlroom IIOUSP. Hnrd- woufl flour.i. tllo Bink nnd bulh. Heal flrophtce. bnsonient. garage and out- bii!lclins»: ^i-acrR lot In Cnrderi Acrps. Jliooo. Call 4-4004 aflcr t! p. m. Kcv jil_4riJI_£io]JUn.rJn_C!i_Ha_hnTnii J 4 t iryDALlC—Two-bedrootn bouso. .sci-oonpd t>ni-ch. shfuvpf buth. cunrreti. 1 fnundat ir>ti, (}uub!« K.ll'.'iS'V I'^'i ncr lot. pnnfl IcM'atinn. JL'Tfi'), Sl'Jf.'t dnwn. $"fi Dinnthly. Iinnip- <ltMH' pnssessiun, "bnne MIYJ. \Varnoi-k. •-•-IU 4 5. •!( Orii-HOoSl house. leet; well equipped trees. Harden. This is a f,-oi)d pl II. W. Uolcn. 128 ' lale. two lols. 100x125 for chickens, shade. $3150. S1S50 down. ce for you, huy it. Wilson street, Oil- 44 WO.S'DURFfL li-room house: thr"8 bedrooms. New and modern, up to dale in every detail: tile drain, tile hath and tile kil''hen. As good a« the very best. You will love it. See it soon. Prict? JS.'.OI), woith the money Possession reasonably early. P. \V. Holeri. U'S'j Wilson street. Oildale. ______ _ 44 •'OK SA I.K— Kast Pakersfleld. completely furnished 2-bedroom bnine. Convenient iocntiou. Intjtiire (Jranada Sweet Shop. CIO Kentucky street 44 •1,1': A If --Three-be,! room. rcunidel-1y insulated. modernr/ud. L'"\l;: h\ ins loom, tut: yard, ity South. 'tit I'ncil'ic shops. bus and schools. Knrr Ish-'d. $4000 for (juii'k sale. See at ll": 1 *;a^>> Mti-L>.'t till B o'ehielc all dav W. 'dues. lay. TIMS ( IIH* and o n i h ii-room li fi'ft dct.-n, double uaraye. f leld Total pi n-<! only one-thii d c;,sh. ba lain'- d i a I >' [tosses. M mil. I 'hon* 1 that botisnife: piohlfin. with c.\t ra a p:t it incnl ou.- 1 - 1 in i e.i r. l.ot L'!M) n ].takei H' -.". Siii - hit I S.\hlC—I.aikc. i KiNt'-in cofn 'rv\x'nty-t'itth stri-etM; uuw rcn Iier rnuiith. Tnlal prtro JiiftUlJ. _KiU-|M>._ ].'.17_l-:ii;hlcenth_. _'j-ri-tl Ft)H SALIO — Warchnusf?. comma tt'd Iron. Id! uO-lnol. I'nmtiti-'*'; closo in; easy tfrms _Klmf.|^K. KIII-|H>. l.'.l? ElKjiU'cnlh. 'j-l!i-lf FOR S A (,!•: — I'ienutlfullv rurnlHhiMl new 5-room liomt. \vtih '-'-car traraKO. lliuhlaml Manor, Oiklak?: ininn'dialu v pOHw-ssinn. Klmei' K. ivairpe, 1IJ17 mnhi..'t?nth. D-l'J-tf FOR ,sAt,10 —Close In, Oildalp, now vacant. larKP 4-niiinj houso on 2 lots. lon.Hliloratile ! fruit. Kin-dun space and i-hlcUen crjuip- dale. . r i(l-l(j(j ts and curb In; only 2 •Mel itay or . e house. 1 year oliis. old. one l H.Hi e. $1 :;r,u n. I mm.d la 11' po» il one.-, liiu Padi PC1HM- cahili is..n High\\ii: lions,. Two Ilolll- 4S In ai-;tk' ^ thr imh- sha.l.'. blocks ide lilcnt ; wldi'vvalks bloeks fr l-;imer F. m . . ._ . ... Oildalo business district, j ' and u lot, l!:is bardwoo.l llooi oul. i - .tl I u cpl:n e and lots I-oi ah d on l-)iyht h s! reet. !' \\ i ^1 of I T nion avenue. '1'tn ee-roonl bUllf,':i !o\\'. oil e.jst ('•ar of lot, Several bearing 1'ruM nees, ii nd Ktapi- arbor, l.ot Sl'xTl, all iciu-tii. *:•:!.-.n i:isli. Fiiiir-ro.ini hnnnalow. near Kern f.eiural llosi.nal. $3 •.'.'.«. SIL'OO cash, $:io per month. dwellinB on Relle avi'iine, in Oil- ll-loot lot. $:i:'OII. ternu.. Jim JarviH. 1 4 Kiiihicenth hloci. Flower street: an extra nice 2-b«l- r'.'.m .ind den hnme, large tlvlns room with fireplace, knott^ pine den back of dining room; well burnished. Including piii.o .111.1 large radio; nice yard, extra toil-t 111 ffarane. Price $9500. Va-ant. New 2-bedrnora home; larsre llv- in room lots of tila. Pay $1000 now, then * Ci per month. Nnitit iinkei T\vy houses on same lot. One fivi rooms on corner, and one tlir«-<> :.ioms over it ,i rage: three rooms furnished. $2000 down, then $55 per month. H'.rraker Park. Very nice 2-bedroom home for $37'.0. Loan < ompany will loan fj'iO) at 522 per month, balance caah. 2'.j ncr<?s Terrace Way. One nearly new L'-bedroom home hemf? reconditioned: one I'-ruom home. Nice fruit. Price on re- Skvl v. ai. for . e fnrk. An outstanding home with riMllv nrranaed hack yard, harbe- D ; : with sink and hot and cold <r. The besi. buy we have ever bad . P street, near California, a nlc» little 1-hedroom and sleepine porch: hardwood floors, fnr $1850. Five nearly new furnished courta rentlnsf f-ir 5112.50 per month. Located where ynu should never have a vacancy. J'JOOO, t«rms. Vn.'.-inf 2-t,ndrnom liomp on lot 100x300. liniilrn .Vies. $7JO down, balance $35 per month. We have, sevral small farms, well improved, near tow-n. Some with farm- inir enuipmrnt; all have good water conditions. 1'nll us about them. J. T. (Sy) Wicker. ICfiO Chester. Phone 2-0239. Kv.'nimts 2-:iSn5 or 2-ti4B3. 44 OILDALE—Two-bedroom home, built 19 in. $4250. FIVK-ROOM HOME, completely furnished \vith all nice furniture, right in town, $(i750 Ol.'T-OF-TOWX. KAST—Six-room home. Fruit trees, chicken pens, one half-acre. SHOfl, $1400 down. NORTH K. STREET—Five-room home, hardwood floors, nice living: room, dining room, tile in kitchen, two bedrooms. J4250, $1500 down. EAST—Six-room country home, three large bedrooma. dining room, tcttchen and large service porch: double garage. A good barn and several other building!. Situate on 10 acrea of good land with & well and pump. Ten frutt tree* and t 150-foot rows of Thompson seedless grapes. $10.500. HARDING STRKET—Five-room home, immediate possession. In rear, 3-room apartment and a 3-room house, furnished. On corner lot with 150-foot frontac'e. $1250 down. Price $6950. FIVK-ACRR RANCH, completely equipped, and a nice 5-room home. Good well, 20 head dairy cattle, 500 laying hens. ONE of the older 3-hedroom homes on corner lot. 80x160, close to school and bus : -rvicfl. Phone 2-1554 1671 Chester 9-20-44 FOP. THAT LARGKR HOME A lovely larpe 2-bedroom homH with den. \Vnlo lot, well landscaped, close to bus, schools, stores and park on East Side. Will trade for smaller home, prefer n-est Kakersfleld, or will sell for $7950, half. cash. PI-1ONB TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT TO 8KB THIS BEAUTIFUL) HOME 411 Nineteenth Street. Phone 3-0275 9-18-tf HIGHLAND PARK — Four-room home. just redecorated. Laundry room and garage. Largo corner lot. Close to school and bus. Vacant now. 13(75, $1000 down. FURNISHED—Two-bedroom home. large screened porch, garage and nice large lot; some fruit. Close to bus and school. ALT.V VISTA DRIVE—Nicely furnished fi-room home on good corner lot. 100x140, clos3 to Bernard. Several kinds oC fruit trees. 250 fine chickens, with equipment and room to double flock. Wonderful location. Total price. $7350; half down. Phone 2-7680. 47 SOUTHWEST DISTRICT — 5-room home, two bedrooms, sleeping porch and basement. This house is not new but m very good condition. Walking distance of downtown. Substantial down pay- ON '.MO.N'TERERT. NEAR 3. P. SHOPS— Five-room bouse, two bedrooms, garage. on lot 50x150. Near bus line and shop* jiinp center. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT—Very well constructed duplex and large apartment over 3-car garage. Modern In every way. On dandy large corner lot. Fln« for home and income. GREEN ACRES—On one acre, !-bedroom bouse. extra sleeping room, double garage, chicken equipment, fruit, grapes, berries, nice garden spot: good water conditions. Immediate possession. EAST SIDE—Six-room house, three bed' rooms, large living room, fireplace. Immediate possession. EAST SIDE—Six-room house on IVi seres. Double garage, chicken equipment, lot* of fruit trees. CASA LOMA—On one acre, very modern 2-bedroom house, barn, garage, chicken equipment, fruit, etc. LO.MITA VERDE—Three-bedroom house. about 5 years old and in good condition. Double Karage. well-cared-for lot. E. C. L'ffert, 901 Niles. Phone 2-7152 9-1-tf HOME AND FARM BUYERS WANTED— IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT IOU WANT. WE'LL FIND IT. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD MOODY, 1813 "EYE." PHONE 2-0653. »-l-tf BY OWNER — Two bedrooms. Venetian blinds, tile kitchen and bath. Fenced back yard, double garage: extra lot, fenced, with berries and fruit. Phone 2 - 41 ii 6_. _ 45 FOR SALE — One acre and two housea. Lamont. on Wood street. See W. A. Johnson, on prem Ises. House No. 224. 46 MODERN 3-bedroom home in East Bakersfield. one block from bus. $5500, terms. Phone 2-2 2Jij> : _ 4 S FOUR ROOMS and bath: large sleeping porch, wash house with laundry trays; 'i aero. Price $3500 cash. 334 Alon- roe_n_vp_nue^_A rvjjk _ 4J SMALL unfurnished modern house for sale, by owner. $2:>iO. 612 Lincoln avenue. Oildale. 41; l-'OR SALE by owner, modern :i-bedroom home, furnished or unfurnished. Choi, a location. Vacated October 1. I'hone 2-51SI £orjHpp<jdnj.m^nt. _ _____ 45 OWNER OCCUPIED, well cared for. strictly modern 2-bedroom home on lot 5"xl7i'. Kveiythini; necessary to start ri;:ht in housekeeping. NYaiest and most attractive ^anlen. berries, orauce and other fruit and shade tree's, beautiful shrubs and floners, rear vard fenced, and is lust like a mim.iuim park, all for $57.'iO, in- eluding complete furnishings, table-ton stove, .--le. iri,' ret iterator, etc. Terms lo ^u^t _ I'hi'ne 5 - 5 S '.l ~i . 45 INCOM E PROPERTY ' Verv close in. ThiC" houses, iwo 5-room, one 4-rooui. ou corner 107x122, tw> houses furnished. Hardwood floors, t !n sinks. Incomo $120 per mouth which take^ care of payments. mteri'St and taxes. Shown hy appointment onl\. Harry Huff, for Frank K. Bliik. realtor. [!:Mr, Chester avenue. •'OR SALE — Uoomins; hous some furniture. Lot ^i Some tprm«. ( >. C. Watso ti-'th. i'hone 2-'i'JOS. of L'O ro , n, 2106 Tweti- 45 For Sale—Improved Farms 1'AI.MnAl.l-:—• t';i I l'n . ,!n a. j'-'.s in 11 ,. .'7 he put ilU "! fil It I Yi< t IIMI \\ i aniotin. -il' ei'l'nrt aid e\p fen.-ed tnd ITO.SS loured, t unleH I'.IIL' hin- Coinfi home, walk-in re!'i-:t;oratoi'. cattle. * head Kood hoi sea, intf c'lUii'tnent t(^ handle, to responsible acres In all acres could h a minimum •ndlluri.'. Well >nr wells. 1 T i« rtable ranch 2''> head dRH-y ample farm- Some terms slreet 4U FOR SAblO— East Bakersrield. 3-bedronin liome. dandy 75-foot corner lot; otilv 1 block from bus. Total price $4250. Klmer F. Ivnrpe. 1517 KJKhleenth. __ 8-1 9-1 f (482-1.)— $7250 with $4250 dowi. and mlcht consider little less down on this lovely 2-bedroom nnd den home with fireplace nnd all l;ire*r rooms. Near Uescanso Park district. Phono 2-0653 or 2-5330. U-19-tf Full HA LE—Completely furnished 5-room home in Monto Vls'.u Terrace; Venetian blinds throughout, 75-foot front, nice lawn, back vard fenced; burKain if taken soon. For inlol million call 2-7 1112. or 151" l'earl_sl reer. _4 5 OXW ACRE with 5-rooiu modern house fnr sale, ill Edison: Is now vacant, lioort business location. $2250 Mtl S'JOO down Phona 3-2JUO. M 46 FOR SALK — Four-room house. with sereened-iu porch, uml t!arnKc. Can give possession. I'riee $L'.~,<HI, terms. O. C. \Vutson, 2106 Twentieth, i'houe 2-020S. ___ __ _____ _ ____ __ _ ____ _ _ 45 (4S(i-S)— $2380 with $SbO down foe this large three-room 'home, not very old. on lot 50x200, immediaie possession. Near Greenfield. I'hone or 2-5U.T6. 9-19-tf FURNISHED duplex, located within walking distance business district. Income $'•5 montlilv. I'rice J525U. $1500 down, balance $15 mouthlj'. See ,\Vurde l>. Walson, 2120 Chester. I'hone 2-4SH4. (472-L)—$28S5 with $1510 duwn and might consider little less down on this newer type Hpialler 1-bcdruoiu home iienr Hoi-nee Mann School and high school. Phone 2-0653 of S-i336. 9-18-tf 14-IU ACRKS somi-iiiotintuin hog anil cattle ranch: S-IO acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good improvements, best one-rnan hog anil cuttle setup in California. 415 ACRKS of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will pay 1- per cent on investment. Id) ACRES well improved ranch, Rood house nnd lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRKS near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A H. Karpe. Phone _9J> 671._ "L^L' lt 40 ACRES with £ood ranch nous*, tmpte* incuts, work stock, ulfalfa new thin corn, family orchard, chicken e.iuipnu'iit. So..i alt in one or can be divided In two 20-acra tracts. Elwood'fct. 19 2;t J •" 41 do ACRKS choice Butionwlllow land, !•» catetl t'i'j miles soutliens-. of town, wit* Hide (or cotton, alfalfa, nuuar beeU. «t«, Two B>"Hl liounei awl outbulltflnmt. CtM*» N.-titer and tales, cond well. l.ynA Cul- I'OOIM ButtonwUluw U'l. 4fi

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