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Announcement* Classified Advertising columns of Th Bakersfleld California!) cloitt prompt! •t 10 o'clock each mornln« for mil one- column «ds. Two-column or larifr ad 1 jnust be placed «h» day before publlea t : tion. Phone 7-7631. 1-14-t for rent—Trucks, i ickups, trailers. Park •fa. Etehth and Union avenue. Phnn _ 2-9942. 1-21-t AJ,L kinds of welKbts and widths of can vas. Canvas goods made to order a Hornunt's. 1606 Nineteenth street. 1-8-t REFUNDS on each classified advertisement! which have been canceled befor the expiration date must be called fo WITH CASH RECEIPTS within on month from date of cancellation. Th 'Bakersfleld Callfnrnlan. 6-Jl-t UNSTT TEMPLE—All Unity aerv leers available. Complete stock publlea tlons. Subscriptions taken. Noon sllene ^dally. 123 Southern hotel. Phone 8-8928 AND NOTARY. PUBLIC at 1812 "Eye" atreet. Phone 2-OC53. 9-14 ; -t_ NOW OPEN — LADIES' STEAK CABINET BATH. 1012 Union ave nue. Phone 3-0560. 4 WALK or female Hormones available a Brundage Pharmacy, IB Chester. Phon 5-5019. 4 AT LAST, next Tuesday, September 26 „ your opportunity to meet national lodg members A. M. O. R. C. RoslorticianH i Bakersfield. You may receive invitn tion and further information by car CHESS PLAYERS—If you wish t *• nioet other players, phone 2-3186 Lo»t—Found—Strayed LADIES' miniature Bakersfleld polio badge No. 96. lias name Dea on badee Return to 141!i Niles and receive re ward. Phone 2-6152. 4 LOST—A cameo pin In vicinity of Eas Bakersfleld. Keepsake. Reward. Phon 3-1003 before 6. 2-4632 after 6. 4 DEI311 HEAD, was put in turtleback o wrong car by butcher nt the Sear' Market in Oildale, Wednesday noon Please look to pee If it waft your en -II 1 '"* " a11 --"- 03 ° fl fr 4:30; 4 LOST—Black and white male BulldOB, In X'iniuinty 2SOO block, Chester avenue ^ CaII 2-1472. 4 A. POLICE dos, lost In downtown vicinity •If found phone 3-0581. 4" LADT KNOWN that picked up >15 in W tern Union office Thursday night, Septem her 21, between 9 and 9:20 p. m. Pleas return to Western Union office. No ques tlonn asked. LOST—Two small Pekingese does, one black, one brown. Return to 2027 A street. Reward. LOST—Baby's K'M ring; topaz set. Ens Bakersfield shopping district or Oildnli Safeway vicinity. Reward. Phone 3-0655 IF ANYONE has seen the blue, medium size Ivor-Johnson tricycle belonging a 3015 Twenty-first street, and returns It a generous reward will be given. If any information i« given aiding in its covery. a reward also will tie given. "No queiuions will be asked. Phone 8-S271 Personals HEMORRHOID SUFFERERS — No bos- pltallzatlon nor loss of time. No surgery nor injections. New, safe, painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Dr. I.. R. Pennlngton D. C., suite 1, Professional building Phone 6-6100. J-6-tl SACRO-1IJAC LESIONS, low back pains, arthritis, constipation and prostate disorders corrected. Dr. D. U. Parish D. C., 407 Haberfelde building. Phoni 9-9132. S-9-ll B. D. McBrlde Detective Agency, room 110 Hay bu.'ldlne Bakersfleld. Licensed anl bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 2-2800 or 2-6669. 9-7-tt NOT RESPONSIBLE for any bills contracted by anyone other than myself. September 19. 1944. Harold Fritts. 19H Rose Marie Drive. 46 •WANTED FOR ADOPTION—Infant boy or girl. Good Christian home. Write Box _R-14t>. The Californian. 4J ANYONE wishlnjr to see Henry Egeer, former manager of Eastern, please call al ISL'3 Chester avenue. Financial INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobiles Furniture Trucki Farm Equlpt. Salary •TAID FOR OH NOT" You may still borrow for a* long as 12 months. Private Sales of Automobiles, Trucki and Furniture Financed 100* LOCALLY OWNED Trade with local' people who understand local conditions. W. J. (BUI) Bergman Maurice St, Clalr 25th and Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone 6-6786 Appointments Made 9-1-tf EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow flOO Cash for Thirty Days Repay $102.60—Total Cost ONLY $2.60 If You Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Month* to Pay Only You Have to Sign- No Co-slgnere AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 1300 Chester Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf Auto Truck Furniture Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-3337 9-16-tf * MONK I TO LOAN Long term, all type 'arm loans, 4',4 per cent Interest. No commission to borrower. J. E. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARE THEATER BUILDING TULAKB. CALIF. PHONE 38 I-4-tf Auto, Furniture, Salary Loans No Long Rlgamarole. No Kmhurruasment No Outsiders .Involved 804 Sill Building, 15H8 Eighteenth Street PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Under the Big Coca-Cola Sinn Phone 6-6595 Walter Herhaag. Alanager $1500 LOAN wanted on very close-in property. Private party preferred. Phone owner, 2-3392. 47 Business Opportunities FOR SALE—Lease and furniture. Well furnished hotel, 19 rooms, always full. Close-In. Money-maker. ^Couple can ' handle; long lease. T-.$3500.00 cash. If you.want a clean hotel and going business that will show for itself, let me hear from you, but If you don't have the lash, don't take up your time or mine. Write Box 346-O, The Call- fornlan. FOR SALE—Restaurant. Has best reputation and doing, excellent business. Located In rich and busy orange belt. Seating capacity. 63. Price $10..000. SSOOO . down. Write Box 349-M, The Californian. . : 52 OBNERAL country time, one of the best jo Kern county. Inventory, $7000, Phone •uslnass Opportunities FOR SALE—Auto court, good Income. Se Mrs. Hoffman, 115 East McCord avenue Rivervlew. BEER and lunch room, small store. Three- pump service station: 6-room house: elgh cabins, 8Mi acres land. On Highway 99 214 miles north of Earllmart. Call Billie ". Aut Court. Total price $800 J5000 down. 4 NEW SOFT DRINK stand, trlangula shape. Heavy 25jrl(ixl5-root counter space canvas top. With soft drln and Ic* cream refrigerator, can mak money on corner or front of vacant lo or nt fairs. Stand and top $300. display .it 3626 M street. FOR LEASE—Modern, fully equipped serv Ire station. Ideal for volume merchan dlsins of automotive supplies and com plete anto service. Gilmore Oil Com pany. Phong 2-3C8B. E> WELL-STOCKED AND WELL-EQUIPPK- STORE AND SERVICE STATION, WITH 3 PUMPS. DOING A VERY GOOD BUS! NESS: THE ONLY STORE AND MEA MARKET IN TOWN. ALSO WEL! FI'RNISHED APARTMENT: BOTH STORE AND APARTMENT Al COOLED. ELK HILLS MERCANT1LF TL'PMAN. PHONE 120.1. TUPMAN. 5 FOR SALE—Cafe. OnVof the best lorn tions In East Bakersfleld, an opportunit you should not miss. Owner leavin town. Call Oswald Restaurant Supplj 716 Nineteenth street. Phone 2-9317. 4 Schools—Instruction NEW classes starting now: can enrol six more students Kern School o Commerce. 121) George Hay Buildlne Phone 2-4714. 4 Transportation—Buses FREH MEALS AND PILLOWS Lowest Fares to All Points ALL-AMERICAN BUS LINE INC. :026 Chester Ellis L. Bal Phone Z-3433 1-7-t SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-047 3-6-t Contractors and Builders INTERIOR and exterior painting; reliab! work, spray or brush. M. L,. Herron Phone 2-4330. 4 GENERAL building remodeling and repai hy licensed contractor. Free estimate rail 3-1571. J. F. Hubble. fi Occupational Services HAVE your car glazed in the mod ern way. A smooth, long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cos is reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Also steam cleaning an car washing. Make your appoint ment today. PHONE 6-6457 FIRESTONE STORES TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVE. 9-2-t FOR GENERAL contract and repair work phone 3-0676. e BRAKES RELINED AND ADJUSTED WRIGHT'S BRAKE SHOP Hwy. !)9 at Circle llohawk Corne Jack Wright, Prop. Phone 2-910 88 TRUCK HAULING—Anything, any time anywhere. Furniture moving a specialty Phone 2-9225. Whitie tlorehead, 101 Decatur street, Oildale. TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long dis tanco and local. 812 North Ches> ter. Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 66 WE DO TREE topping, removing; fence building, team work, plowing, genera work; Just work; have truck. Phone _JL5. .<.°J 6 9 REFRIGERATORS overhauled: cooler serv" ice. We also move refrigerators. 328 Washington. Oildale. Phone 2-7878. 4 Tree Service Pruning Shaping Topping Taking trees out Free estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 47 REFRIGERATOR SERVICE—All makes. Also stoves, washers and floor furnaces. Phone 2-7607. 47 TREE SERVICE CO Pruning. Shaping, Topping Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H Stieet Phone 2-3189 69 BEST plumbing service. The best costs !e.=e. Repair and remodeling; little jobs get first attention. County license. Phone 2-2192. 60 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR M. S. Druey, phone 2-6300. Spray or brush. Home or industrial. Estimates free. 71 lave your old fur coat made like new. Repairing, reslyling, re- dyeing, cleaning and glazing. Expert workmanship. Free estimates gladly given at S2.1 Chester avenue. Phone 2-5580 Twelve 10"x90" Black Gold stitched canvas belts; STVa ounce duck. Mickey Pipe and Supply Co., 3375 East Slauson avenue, Los Angeles. Jefferson 2275. Help Wanted—Male A'ANTED—Milker. Three-quarters mile north Pumpkin Center. Milkhouse Dairy. Phone 6-F-4. 4 8 WANTED—Milking machine operator. Waynej Dairy, 4050 Chester. 47 EXPERIENCED service station attendant, eood salary and working condition. Men- dernausen's Standard Service Station. 801 Niles. 47 MAN for routine laboratory work In refinery. Shifts, 6-day week, time and half for sixth day. Experience not necessary. Phone 7-7531 48 EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SAL- ARJf. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-SO-tf WANTB'>-AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANKNT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLX BAKER-ADAMS PONTIAC OARAGE. 1701 CHESTER «-22-tf SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING. 160» West Eighth. Guaranteed. Phone D-1M37. 49 ALESMAN wanted by a national food company to contact local accounts. Five- day week, a good salary, and a good postwar future. Phone 2-6.'!55 after 5 J. in. or 2-27P7 after 7 p. m 48 EXPERIENCED shoe saleslady or salesman wanted Write Box G-393. The Call torn tan 8-8-tf VANTED—Two helpers for portable drill rig. 613 Washington, Oildale; phone ji-777_9. 47 .'ANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO~MB- CHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN OA- RAGE. TWENTY-FIRST AND I STREETS. 12-Sl-tf HELP WANTED—Metal workers, meta worker Helpers, wool worker*, auto bodies; wood worker*, furniture. C. N. Johnston Body Works 100C Eighteenth. Phon* 4-4708. S-21-tf EEDED AT ONCE—Furniture reflnlsher. Also upholsterer Topnotch wages for topnotcb workmen. C. N. Johnston Shops. 1000 Eighteenth street. 7-21-tf W A NTET.—Experienced autc mechanic. Good hour* and pay. l.i an essential job. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. Bee Mr. Heed. Kltchen-Royd Mot r Company 22to Chester avenue. »-25-tf WANTED—Trimmer tn operate (lass rind upholstery department In large repair •hop. Be* Buckmsn at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Chester. »-lS-tf HIPPINf) CLERK for creen fruit pack- Ins bous. office. Must bn abl* to type, keep shipping records and do general office work Phone 4-4011. 8-16-tf ALESMAN wanted. Apply In person, Ivers Furniture Co.. «25 Nineteenth street. »-9-tf IUS BOT wanted. El Tejon dining room. See Mr. Rowland. 4( IAN FOR STEADY WORK IN LAUNDRY. THE BAKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND S. 50 RIVER-SALESMAN FOR LAUNDRY ROUTE. APPLY BAKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND 8. • 50 VANTED—Man to do yard work, 3-174. Call Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Male RICHMOND, CALIF. Boilermakers Boilermaker Trainees Boilermaker Helpers Punch, Shear and Pressmen Slabmen Slabmen Trainees Slabmen Helpers "Welders AVelding Students Welder Trainees Shipf liters Shipfitter Trainees Shipfitter Helpers Stage Riggers Electricians Electrician Helpers Electrician Trainees Riveters Riveter Trainees Truck Helpers Chippers Chipper Trainees Riggers Rigger Trainees Caulkers Burners Burner Trainees Pipefitters Pipefitter Trainees Sheet Metal Workers Sheet Metal Trainees Sheet Metal Students Flangers Flanger Trainees Drillers A. B. S. Welders Machinists Machinist Helpers Warehousemen Laborers See Kaiser Representative MR. A. P. HOFFMAN 1 United States Employment Service 1300 Seventeenth Street Priority Referral and Availability Certificate Required 60 AT TART DRAFTSMAN—VETERAN OR FEMALE CHAINMAN—MALE HELPERS FOR INSTALLING AND REPAIRING PIPELINE—MALE APPLY TO: o TELEPHONE TAFT, 464 TELEPHONE BAKERSFIELD, 7-7501 67 EXPERTENCED SALESMAN FOR FURNITURE STORE. ONE CAP ABLE OF TAKING FULL CHARGE. TOP WAGES. WRITE, GIVING EXPERIENCE. BOX S-42, THE CALIFORNIAN. 9-22-tf WANTED—Man for general all-around milk plant work, washing cans and bottles, etc. Teakwood Farms. 825 Roberts La lie. WANTED—Man for retail milk delivery: about 6 hours' work; good pay. Teakwood Farms, 825 Roberts Lane. 43 EXPERIENCE!' tractor driver*, year round lob for men who qualify: lodging and board furnished. Apply (516 East Nineteenth street. Phone U-9871: after T p. m. call 2-7705. 7-3-tf WANTED—Experienced tire man. Good salary. Taft Recap Tire Shop. 720 Center, Taft. 52 MILKER—One cow, take morning milk. Phone 7-7452. 48 MILDLY-AGED roan for funeral and ambulance work, experience not necessary Flicklnger-Dlgier. Cbspel. 1227 Chester. «-ll-tf WANTED tractor mechanics. Phone 4-4517 Twenty-fourth. 99 High wa y. 60 BELLMAN—Must be over 31. Apply Hotel Padre. 7-1-tf NEEDED to help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanics and body men. Full time work. Motor Center. Bulck. Chevrolet and Cadillac dealer. See Backman, Twenty-«econd and Chester. 8-15-tf IXPERIENCED dishwasher. Apply Freddie's Cafe. 99 Highway and Twenty- fourth street. 9-11-tf WANTED—Service salesman. Good salary and excellent future for man with fair education who can assume responsibility. Firestone Stores. 2331 Chester avenue, Bakersfleld. 8-23-tf WANTED -Harvest, bands. Men to operate combin, harvesters. Enerlence necessary. Bed and board furnished. Apply (15 Bast Eighteenth street Phone 9-9671: after 1 o. m.. call 1-7705. 7-8-tf WANTED—HIGH SCHOOL BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. GOOD PAY. INQUIRE MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN. 9-20-tf IXPERIENCED help, man or woman, for grocery store. Phone 7-7400. 47 WANTED — Middle-aged couple for caretaker; furnished cottage, garage, water. lights, phone, chicken vards. Rouedale Road 2^4 miles from cltv limits. Phone VANTED — Caretaker tor cump above Kernvllle; all expenses paid: no salary; prefer pensioner. 1225 Fourth street. PJipne 2-0188. 47 VANTED — Boy lor porter service. ard Agency. Pack- 47 Boiler room helpers an3 laborers. Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Availability certificate required. 50 VANTED—Party with trailer to haul cow to packing house. Distance about 7 miles. .Phone 3-1(129. 47 iRIVER SALESMAN FOR LAUNDRY ROUTE. APPLY I3AKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION. CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND S. 47 VANTED—An Individual who In interested in working for a permanent company as tanltor: adequate salary. Must be able to furnish references and birth certificate. Call 4-458C. 9-7-tf .'ANTED—TWO MEN FOH RECAHPINQ DEPARTMENT EXPERIENCED PREFERRED BC1T NOT NECESSARY. GOOD SALARY TC START. FIRE- STON'f STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVTCNIIK «-Z8-tf VANTED—Oil field workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen, « and 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-9461. Tidewater Associated Oil Co. 63 Help Wanted—Female OTNTAIN GIRL. Apply ne\VB stand. Southern Pacific station. 48 Help Wanted—Female WANTED—White maids. See hou«ekeeper. Hotel Padre. 8-16-tf TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 6-29-tf EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER— Man or woman, excellent salary. Permanent Valley Furniture Co., 2407 Chester Avenue. 47 WANTED—Beauty operator. Excellent salary. Apply Lila Gill. 1022 Seventh street, Wasco Phone 4161. 47 LADY for fountain and candy counter. Experience not necessary. Apply Dewar's ^ Cam!y Shop. 1120 ^Eye'J_st reel. 48 ELDERLY, to care for 4-year-old daugh- tei, light housekeeping, good wages. Pho..n 5-5486 or 2-832P. 46 CASHIER AVANTED; NIGHT HOURS. TINT'S WAFFLE SHOP, EIGHTEENTH AND CHESTER. 48 GIRLS to wait on trade in chain liquor Hloi-pg; Interesting work, cood salary to start. Apply Sherrys. 1309 Nineteenth "JJlwLjvrJI 50_BaJte r. fj;( WANTED—-Room and hoard In west Bnk- erslield fur two small children. Call ti-H155 before 7 p. m. MANICURIST wanted at Lois House of Beauty, Seventeenth and M. Salary and commission. 49 YOUNG WOMAN WITH GOOD EDUCATION TO READ COPY. APPLY MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN. 9-23-tf WANTED—Moiel clerk. experienced. P. B. X. essential. Mrs. Marshall. Phon e_5j_58jl 1. WOMAN for permanent work. 5 or 6 half days per week; light housekeeping anil 51 0 ^!KL n Kj_324 Olean der. I'hon e_2 - li 910. 48 BEAl'TV OPERATOR with manager experience wanted at once. Phone 6-6994 51 WHITE WOMAN—Part-time work. Excellent working conditions. Apply In person, Traveler's motel, 915 Union avenue. 47 WANTED—-Permanent saleslady for ready- to-wear, exclusive shop. Attractive salary to rigb. person. College Shop, 2010 Chester avenue. Phone 6-6972. 47 EXPERIENCED alteration woman, part- time trmploymenf. A.pply Judds. Elghl- eonlh and H streets. 47 TWO women truck drivers for work in Elk Hills territory Apply Johnson and Dunn Trucking Company, S30 Asher street, Taft. 50 SALESWOMAN Postwar .smployment assured for capable ready-to-wea saleswoman: wages above average; pleanant work in leading specially shop. Write Box Ii-62. The Californian. 47 Help Wanted—Female n SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S KTRNISHINntf AND SHOES <;0(1D SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPI.T MANAGER EASTERN 15:u NINETEENTH STREET. »-14-tf HAVE opening for two salespersons. Steady employment and postwar secur- llv Excellent opportunity for confident gills. Apply Basket Diug. 1304 Nine- terru h 47 Wanted to Rent—Houses EXPERIENCED WOMEN'S READY-TO WKAR ALTERATION HANDS. THOSF WHO HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN Fl'R REMODELING AND REPAIRING PREFERRED. STEADY WORK. GOOl WORKING CONDITIONS. APPL WANTED—Part-time cashier Kinia ihtMter. Apply betw< p. m. No phone rails. 3-H-t at the Vir 6 and 1 4 len THREE EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES Horns a TO 5. SEE GRACE EU .MONKS ON MEZZANINE FLOOR Hlinriv'S. YOUXG WOMAN OVER 18 WITI BICYCLE FOR ERRANDS STEADY SITUATION. APPIA M ECU A NIC A I, DKPARTM ENT THE CALIFORXIAX. 9-L'l-t Help Wanted—Salesmen ALTERATION ASSISTANT ood wages for experienced alteration woman wishing pan-time or full-time work. Slever'a Dress Shop, 1509 Nineteenth __ _47 WANTED—Experienced stenographer for downtown office, 40-hour. 5-day week. Write Box 82:i-.M. The Californian. 41 Help Wanted—Female Help Wanted—Female HAVE OPENING FOR WOMAN WITH OFFICE AND TYPING EXPERIENCE. MUST BE PERMANENT. TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER * SALESMAN—One of the largest life Insnr anre rompante* will appoint full-timi representative for refinancinR resldentla niOrtKriRps with lowest uomp"tltive Inter est rates;, only plan of its kind in thi! territory: permanent position to rish' man. Write Hox M-965. The Bakers field Califiirnlan. 48 Situations Wanted—Male WE CLEAN kltchena. I6c hour: *lao blinds, windows; door by floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-7462 before S. after « 61 CALL David V. Thompson for cenera gardening, hedge pruning and floor waxing; 25 years' experience. Call from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. Phone 2-4661. 6( BOOKKEEPER—Ranch experience, single, middle-aged; go anywhere. Write B<n 3L'2-Iv. The Californian. 41 BRICK WORK of. all kinds. Barbecue Pijj_a specialty. Phone 7-7325. 4' EXPERIENCED man wants light work and lawn mowing. Phone 2-67L'-. 4; DESIRE light work In open; regular 40 hour week- prefer oil Industry. Age 31, excellent education and mechanical skill Phone 'i-flOm. 47 ROOF REPAIR, roof staining, painting. Fhone 2-1110. 48 LAWN renovating. seeding. fertilizing lawn mowing, yard donning. No haul- Ing. East Bakersfield only. Phone l!-0:!4:i. , 4 Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC ateuographer desires work In own office. 1812 "Eye" atreet. Phone _jy>6.5_3 : 9-1 4-U SERVICEMAN'S wife with 11-months-old baby will care for child In exchange for room. Husband home nightly. Phone "-SM;. 5 q YOl.'NG LADY' desires position with local firm. Had experience as typist, receptionist and cashier. Write Box E-'J:il. Thu Californian 49 UN1NCU.MBERED practical nurse, ready for case. Local references. Phone __:-_«3 n r.. EX PERI ENCED colored work by the hour, 7Jc. woman wants Phone 7-7324. 48 REtilSTERKD Nt'RSE wishes position 111 dnrinr's_off »^._51._D. Phi>ne_4-4 4S 1. WANTED—Rough dry washing. Mrs. ller- riman, 6L'4'-j Jeffrey street. 4!) WANTED—Hour work, experienced. Thone 2-r,!M!>. 48 For Rent—Rooms ROOM for rent to gentleman. Six blocks west l-'ox theater. Phono 2-0998. 49 FRONT BEDROOM. Private entrance, use nf telephone. Phone 2-7253. i'212 Bradford. 49 FRONT bedroom with kitchrn privileges for care of 3-year-old boy. Phone 2-216(1. 4S EAST BAKERSFIELD—Nice room for working woman, telephone; buses. Call 2-462fi after 4 p. m. ROOM FOR RENT with kitchen privileges at 1512 Flower street : LARGE comfortable room, adjoining bath, for gentleman. 309 Woodrow, Oildalo. Phone 8-8S:t2. 48 For Rent-—Houses FOR RENT—-Five-room house and about 1 acre, chicken equipment; place for tow and horses; 3-car Karate; Rosedalp district; l.'iO per month and 1-year lease, 3 months in advance. W1LLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street. Phone 2-057,5 For Rent—Farm Land FOR RENT—140 acres of fine farming land, plenty of water. Nine miles from town. Call evenings, 2-2066 or 24-F-13. _4-8 MY/ NEIGHBORS raised 300 sacks early potatoes per acre because they know how and whero that kind of soil Is. You too can raise crops like that on my 160 next door. The. only requirements are be a good farmer, watch the neighbors, and $16.000 for a water well. Phone 2-7261. 48 For Lease—55 acres fine soil, Rnsedale district; water furnished; J40 per acre. WILLARU E. JiAKKIt 1414 Seventeenth I'hone 2-0555 For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital bed! with Innersprlne mattresses; walkera, rubber eheetlng; everything for elck room. Fold- Ing chain. Phone 7-7489 or 1-0067. 8-8-tf PASTURE FOll RENT—Sheen, cattle or horse*. One-fourth mile on White Lane west ut 19 Highway, first while house on the right. Also alfalfa milo and suda,. grass. Route 2. Box 58. I'hone 2-6007 47 Wanted to Rent—Rooms SINCiLE GENTLEMAN in town 10 days a month wishes permanent room or will share apnrtm'-nt or room with another gentleman. J. Decker, phone 8-8511. • ' _47 OILMAN of '22 years service, wishes light housekeeping; room, preferably north of the river. Phone 2-14U2 alter 4 p. m. _ -47 NEW OWNER Niles Point Drive Inn needs two sinn!,3 rooms at once.yy- Also need G, fi or 7-room unfurnished h'ousc. Phone 2-7MO. .-,:; TURK I. DESPERATE school teachers want apartment or rooms, Phone ti-ti.'>7S after 4 o'clock. 52 Wanted to Rent—Houses PERMANENT CIVILIAN fOCPLE WANT UNKURNISHED G-HOOM MODERN WNI.ALOW OR DI'I'LEX. NO CHILDREN OR PETS. CALL 5-5M1, ROOM OFFICER and wife desire small . furnlnheil house-or apartment. Best of care guar_ «nteen\ Reference*. 411 M INTER OFFICER anil wife desire furnished house or apartment at once; no children, no pets: refcrencca furnished if I WANTED No charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent your homes, apartments or courts. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early. San Joaquln Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If no answer, call 2-066^. 3-25-tf RELIADLE couple with year-old baby, would lik? 2-t'Cdroom furnished house _CaM 6-t;7'.iS. Hcforencrs. .7 WANTMD to rent, furnished or unfurnished house, by October 1. Christian people. rref> r Oild.ilp vicinity. Permanent, rcfeiences. Call Wayne Beam. phone .".-1JS7 47 WANTED TO RliNT. 2-bedroom furnished bouse; adults: permanent civilian Box _K51-K. The Californian. 47 SERVICEMAN. Minlcr. Field, wife, small baby forced tn move, by sale. Must have small ho.ise or apartment by October 16. 300-B .'yer street. Highiaml_Park. 49 HO US E WA NTE D~—By~~ permanent resident. Cure guaranteed. Phone _ eveninKs 2-5,"ifi:t,_or_dnyN. 2-r>r>45. 47 CIVILIAN' Corpl.E. permanent, want furnished npn r! ment nr house lo rent. No children. Wile for £afeer*ftelb Calif0rntolt Soturdoy, September 23, 1944 9 For Sale—Improved Property For Sale—Improved Property A n VTTT170 skfi OILDALE--N lots "f ii,• f ' S\ HtTll H P'i rlroom home, dint-t'e a n,l kit«hen with I 'n'i'Ttrround sprinklmy rn.i HIC,III.AM) I'AIIK — rufuji sin,', o hum*' »ml bcdn,i.ms. Mil In,mi Tim li.iul.lc f stall, allv : ,,ntri.ll- "f Ml". Hie,.| \, .,],<! ]1e:illl!lul kl" h,-n a »tn 'in vn. bitest :;.t.cri- Mvint' room of th [,.t i 1 ut* ;< rt"'tP<J or ftjrnncps. th^rTnn : MW, i,nii.« with li.t ;i n hi iml» t hroijurhntjt l dtninu room ; «jotibl i,*' lo LOVKLV cmintry hum' 1 , cninplelelv fur- nishi-d. P.,..aut>f'illv land*" •.! ned. La re" assortment of fruit trees an,| berries. K STKEET--F:ve-ronm home, hardwood floors nice [nine: .10,1 ,linini_ ronms. t\v<, bedrooms, kil<hen and l>:ith. S-l.'.'i". SlJiliJ Cl.iiSE l\- -Ni,<- ni«h"i| with all b;is,-mnnr '.\;ih he n WANTED TO RENT—Two-liedroom house. East BnkerHfifld. unfurnished or fur- II nished. by S. 1'. biakei.mn. I'rg I _ill_.1-21J 1. 4 WANTED --Furnished house or 2-bedrooi apartment, by officer and wife. Ca 5_-r,624. References. 4 SOLDIER leaving for overseas duty need two-bedroom house, unfurnished, by O< tober 5: one boy 6. Oildale preferrec I'hone 4-424.1. 4 WANTED to rent, small cottage or cabin furnished. Reasonable rent. By elderl man. solier. References If ' desired Plume "--tl'79. ^ EMPLOYED couple, no children"!prema nent; small furnished hniise. ('nil Mix Hill nt 2-473::. after 5 p. m 2-8217. No over $40. 5 WANTED to rent, small house or npnrt ment. furnished. Three adults, no pels Phone .t-lMfi or 3-OS17. ome, rnmpl'-lely fMr- OO,! furniture. La TCP riK unit durt--d to eai h RKET— Flve-room home, im- essn,n. H;is J rontals ill rear m|»l,-ieh- furnishod. wirh in' onio of f."»i monthl\- ''nrner lots with K.il-foot front.-iKf. »i;ir,o Jlftiid down EAST I!.\KE!1SFIELI> — Noarlv new stiirro home, 2 inMlmoms nml den. Coniiilerelv furnished wnti cood furniture. irKluilini: w.-ishinc mai hill--, r-'fi iu-f-ra tor and table- niediale thar DESPERATE — Would somcon please rent me nnrl my family a "-bedroom furnished house by Oc tober fi? Permanent, reference.' cmi ::-. r )ii:n. 4 WANTED—Unfurnished 2-hod room by three adults. References. 3-2.100. house I'hon 4 Wanted to Rent—Apartments SINGLE girl wnnls ipnrtment or nmal house. Permanent. No pets. Must b nice or don't call. Days, 7-7S16; nights 6 - 6 j S1. FURNISHED apartment or small house here permanently; no pets. Fhone 2-4714 4 WANTED—Furnished room or npnrtmen for colored soldier and wife and 2-year old_ohlld. as soon ai possible. Phon 2-C772. At. 1111 Twentieth street As f o r_P r i vat e_T. L. W a rd. 4 MOTHER and 3-year-old cirl desire uma apartment or house in East Uakersfield Phone D-l'HtJl*. WANTED to rent, apartment, furnished o unfurnished, by employed single lady References, permanent. Between S a lii and :, p. in. call 6-6S17 and ask for Mm ltarretj J -_arter_B_p._m._call 2-06T.4. 4! WIFE of officer overseas would like apart ment or small bouse; no children or pels Ill2!l?-J;_ s jlii;.-_*!'^.-_5 ; _D- Stevens. 4 WANTED—Furnished apartment o. house for two quiet and reliable working girls. Must be close t bus line. Call :i-07">0 between a. m. p. in. and 5 p. m., 2-4S54 after 5 COl'PLE desires to rent furnished apart ment or home; permanently located Hak ersfield: run Rive Rood references, havu no children or pets. Will pay top price for place properly located and appointed Cn Il_F.!_Te.ioM hotel, room :{()!. r,: PI.EAS10 I1EI.P! Serviceman and wife nerd furnished apartment or house, (lose In. or 0,1 IIU.H line. No children or pets Permanent. Phone 2-0,1117. 8 to 5. week days. 41 WORKING COUPLE wants one or two-rnoir nparlment; no children, no pets. Thorn J! : y* 8 9. ^ • 4 8 WANTED TO RENT—Furnisheil house or apartment; adults; near bus. I'hon r> Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Cash for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. We buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Oildale Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-460S 6-14-tf BROWN'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE iVe buy used furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf VANTED to buy, one hay baler. 2-2641. Phone 9-12-tf DIAMONDS, watches and old Jewelry of any description; highest market prices paid In cash. Earl McEvoy, precision watchmaker. 818 Haberfelde building Phone 6-5397. U^P-y VANTED—Beds, stoves, washing ma- chlnec, sewintr machines and all kinds of furniture. Phone 2^7_07j>^ 47 VANTED— Washing machine in eood con- ditlon. Phone C-fiillfi. 47 3OY'S size 5 tap dancing shoes. 2-7SB2. Phone 4 VANTED—Tricycle, wagon or table and chairs. Call ti-tilyij. 47 VANTED to buy. good desk piano. Phone 2-76SO. sma II 47 VANTED — A pair of leather or canvas l ltiKs. Phone, 4-4176. 49 VANTED TO BUY— A piano bench and li i- cycle. Phone 2-6654. 48 Wanted to Buy—Property LIST your property with us. Fair treatment, quick action. Twenty years' experience. Taylor & Taylor, 1660 Chester avenue. Phone <-6583. 64 CASH and quick action when you want to sell your home or ranch. No deal too large or small. Buyers waiting. Call Elmer Martin. 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building 1-10-tf ELUNQ HOME OR FARM? PHONE 2-0053. LISTINGS NOT NECESSARY. HAVE BUYERS WAITING. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD W. MOODY, 1812 "EYE" STREET. 6-15-tf Wn need mom listings. Lint yo..r home, farm, ranch or Income with BOYDSTUN & '.ANCASTER 1817 h Street Phone 8-8639 !l-S-tf necessary. Phone Room 600. lintel I'adr. _ 4!l OIL WORKER would like furnished or unfurnished house; have 2 iflrts. 3 and 7: will give best of care; references. Call <j|obe inoteL^apa_rtment 2. ' PERMANENT AND RELIARLE COt'PLE DESIRE Kl'RNISHEC) JIOCSE. APARTMENT OR DUPLEX; NO CHI LDUKN OH PETS. 1'HONK 5-0951, EXTENSION NEW OWNER Niles Point Drive Inn needs u. 6 or 7-room unfui-nished house at onco. Phonu 2-7810. fi 2 WANTED to rent. 2-bedroom furnlsbed hoUHe; no children, no pets Contact Major Jay K. Montgomery, Kern County Airport. &-8601 47 THREE MONTHS RENT IN ADVANCE URGENT — PERMANENT PETROLEUM ENGINEER MUST HAVE UNFURNISHED TWO OH THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE BY OCTOBER 16. BEST CARE GUARANTEED. WILL LEASE. PHONE 3-7630. * 47 PERMANENT local lady wi«he« one or two-bedroom furnished house or apartment. Employed, husband overseas. No children or pet». Excellent care guaranteed. Fhone 2-9254 after 9 a. m. to 6 p. in. 49 WANTED BY COUPLE, furnished or un- furnlsheii 2-bedi'oom house; local reference. Phone 6-5454. 61 S'EED listings tor cash buyers on large and email homes, acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwond'i, 11)23 List your properly with ua for quick, courteous results. Homes — Income — Ranches Cheati-r N Beard Phone 6-6009 Bill Allen. Associate _______ _ ____________________ 9-8-tf 'ANTED lo buy. from owner, nice 3-bedroom borne, near schools. Phone 2-7080 ______________________ ____ _47 VE NEED property to sell, have buyers waiting, quick action guaranteed. Call Wicker, phone 2-OL'3». 1GCO Chester avenue. 49 to huy. from 2-hcdroorn mid Must he in k Phone .V.'i.'j.'IS. owner, modern, rl"ii. or 3-bedroom house, od location. Pay cash. 47 SELLINll MY OWN HOME; WILL PAY CASH FOIt HOME IN COOI) LOCATION. 1'REEEKAKl.Y THREE BEDROOMS. MRS Mcfil'IRE PHONE __4^47JIJ._EVENIN(; _2;«J[28 4_7 DEWEV A. HORTON If you have a home, small improved acreage, or farm land for sale CALL 2-5:179 17114 K_Street 71 WANTED— Building lot In East Bakors- field. preferahly in Horaco Munn Si:hool dlHirirt. Call 5-5186. 47 For Sal*—Improved Property AUTO COURT, 911 HIGHWAY A Rood 2-bedroom house fur living quarters. 14 2-room furnished cabins with a Krosa monthly Income of $500. Will be shown by appointment. Price $10.600 with teniM to right parly. Syl McNinch, with R. A. Moore & Son. 1516 EiKht- eeuth. Phone 2-1268, evenliiK 6-ti]li.">. 47 HOME AND FARM BUYERS WANTED— IP WE HAVEN'T WHAT YOU WANT. WE'LL FIND IT. SAN JOAQUIN AOENCIES EDWARD J10OOT, 111) "EKE." PHONB J-0«6J.*^ »-l-tt ton stove ; K M STREET — NI town. JI1.M1. -room home, richt Chester Avenue Phone 2-7."."i4 sie 4-4781 Lomita Verde—I'-tO."; Alluras Drive. Must be .sold In 10 clays. Three- bedroom home with garage attached. Large living room, two baths, attrartive kitchen and bath, Venetian blinds, cooler. $SSflO. Open from :i to 5 Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Grand five-room home In Skyline, two large bedrooms, fireplace, beam ceiling, basement: unusual solid construction of hollow brick; patio; fenced, landscaped yard. svaoo. Spanish-type home in Alta Visla. Three bedrooms, two baths, large dining room, spacious kitchen with breakfast nook. This is a beautiful large home on 100-foot front- nge; three-car garage. One-room apartment in rear. Owner leaving will sell for $11,000. Shown by appointment only. 1662 Chester avenue Thone 4-47SI 47 $1!).™ DOWN will huy this ,1-hedroom 2-hnth and den home in southwest Hak ci-Hfield. Ideal for large family, closi to Hi-hooln, MM. stores and park. Not new but in perfect condition. Total priie $7.000. EAST PAKERSF1ELD — $4flr,0. flood 2-hedroom home near Alta ViNta Drive Terms arranged. Might consider trade. $4fir,0. ONLY $1975 down pavment for one acre with good 2-bedroom and screen porch home. Cheap and plentiful supply of water. House modern and in good condition. $325(1, DOWN' PAYMENT J7.10, monthly $:10. buys this 2-bedroom homo In KniHe Tract. Easy walking distance to town- town district, close to school, stores, etc. Phono for appointment today. 411 Nineteenth Street (487-L)—$4500 $2600 down and might consider little lesi down on this rent- Incomc property. Income $72.60 per month. T\wo houses, one lot. one newer house, other little older, or 2-6M6. Fhone 2-0653 9-19-tf FOR SALE—Two-bedroom dwelling, 2119 Oregon. $2250. terms. See Paul Sybrandt, 21 a Ea«t Eighteenth. Phone _6_-500_3._ 48 (421-1,)—$6475 with $3475 down or might consider little less down on this very large 2-bedroom home, best of construction, completely modern, all extra large rooms, fireplace, hardwood floors, dining room, breakfast room, even a lovely screened side porch which cotiM be used for den. Phono 2-0653 or S-6,136. 9-19-tf 328-T,)—$10.750 with $4460 down and might consider less down, on this Upper La Cresta 2-bedroom and den home, com- plelely furnished. Lovely lot. Phone 2-Oliri3 O" 2-53.18. 9-19-tf FOR SALE—On Alta Vista Drive, corner, 63x150, 3-bedroom house, living room, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths, small basement, screened porch, floor furnaces, newly painted; two- ear garage. Reduced to $9250. $3250 down. J. J. Consani. Phone 9-9614. 9-18-tf TO HE MOVED—Nice house. 1 year old. outside painted: two 12x14 rooms, one 12x20. House alone. $1350. or both house and lot. $1700. Immediate possession. See owner at once. 1810 Padre ^street, Hakerafleld. 47 MMEDIATE possession, 2-bedroom house and 2-room cabin on larite lot. Two miles cast on Edison Highway. Route _B. Box 28. ^ 4g 48fi-s>—$2380 with $880 down for this larso three-room home, not very old, on lot 50x200, Immediate possession. Near Greenfield. Phone 2-0653 or 2-5336 . 0-19-tf •'OR SALE—Seven-room duplex, good location, corner lot. partly furnished; $.'<r>00; posHessior at once. $1001) down. $40 monthly, including Interest. Apply _ll»8!! CbeMei avenue. John Demas. 47 •'OUR ROOMS and bath; large sleeping porch, wash house with laundry trays; "« acr.-. Price $3500 cash. 334 Mon- I'oe avenue. Arvln. 47 7IIREE-BEDROOM stucco, bath and half, double garage, also building 17x17. on FOR SALE—Close In. Oildale, now vacant, large 4-room house on 2 lots, considerable fruit, garden space and chicken equipment: sidewalks and curb In; only 2 blocks from Oildalo business district Elmer F. Karpe. 1 rilJjniEh^ennOv.,^! 9 1 l f large corner lot. built In 1940 south part of city; immediate possession; cash re- (tulred. $;i'J70. P. O. Box 1604. Bak- ersf lolfl. 47 SOL'TIIGATE acre, 2-bcdroom home. L>. S. (Slim) JSloO. Mynatt, phone 47 One. half Terms. 8-89SII. 'TltNISHED duplex, one acre land, by owner. 112 McCord street. Rivvrvlew _____ __________________________ __ 4 7 •WO-REDROOM muccn house, hardwood floors, tile sink, wardiuhu closet. Venetian blinds. Corner lot. l;,iix;-> feel. $:I7:,0. $1500 down. Inquire 2SOI> Lake sircet._Pluinp_2-;lj73. 47 Auto court, Rood Income. See 11.1 Eust McCord. 47 'OR SALE jjB. Hoffman. "OH S A LE—Two-bedroom house, Oildale. by owner, Immediate possession. Phone JOL'SR and lot for sale. 81400. 6">K l''remin street. Shutter, Calif. Dave \ Pajker. 47 BY OWNER—Six-room home on half acre, fruit trees, chicken pens, shade: east of town, SHOO. Call 2-7554. after 7 p_m J __J-.10S7 ; 47 182-L)—$7250 with $4250 dowr. and mluht consider little less down on this lovely 2-bedroom and den home with fireplace and all laretr rooms. Near Descanso Park district. 1'honr 2-0653 or 2-53;,fi 9.1 9-1 f 'IIK SALE by ov.-iier. four houses, all on ono mil) of land, one ij-roiim house, one 4-rooni. une :l-iuom ami one 2-room. all of these houses completely furnished, and there is a nice big refrigerator lor yourself other than the bouses. There is cbii ken equipment for around >ou laying hens: other outbuildings. For a nnick sale this is selling at « bargain. J-'ull price $">7riO. half down; leims $40 a month. Edison Highway to .Mimun- den store, one-bait mile north on l-'air- fi*\ Rt>ad, one-half mile east on Pioneer Drive, or phone 3-14:!4. 4S (Ml SALE—$:1950, 2-bedroom modern homo in excellent condition. Hardwood floors, tile in klic-hen and bath, two lots, lino lawn, fruit trees, garage. Terms can be arranged. Close to .Mount Vernoil School. 162u Potomac Drive. 49 ne P.irk— A wonderful home, two bed- ms. la i an. living room with fireplace, e dim.ifc room, both fully carpeted: fh-.i has very nice breakfast nook; o lari;«' bedrooms, nice bath with extra ll sh-.wr: the back yard cannot h« t. iins barbecue, with hot and cold i'T running to sink: stucco 2-car iaee Total price $8000. appointment- shf;d — Ttv, extra nice housea on aame . wr [ furnished, and the houses are v.-rv nice jin^' neat: '>n Terrace Way ne.-ir 9S highway, all for $«500, terms. Vi!.^n' -A n«",v ::-be,lruom home on Har- dmE ^Tree; :n Riverview. for $1000 down, hnlame terms. North O;.ker — A pood buy in two houses on snrne corner lot. one. 2-bedroom nice borne, other ibree rooms over garage. one furnished, for Srtono. Tun housea on 2'--j i.'rcs on Belle Ter- rn'c. near nice homes. Price and terms on request. An Invpftmi-nf that will pay better than 12 pot- cenr. Kive nearly new courts. all fiirn'shfd. r^ntms for $112.50, can bo raised, for $'1000. on terms. P Street — Close In a dindry little 1-bed- rnom home, for Jl?",^. 20 Acrea on F'ruitvale A\ - enue — Spud lanrl. all IP cultivation, two (Cnod wells, lots fnrm ; nc mafbinery, nice 2-bedroom bom- u-ith liasemenl, lotH 'fruit, three ai re* alfalfa: will trado for good in- '.nme 01- rropertv in BaUersfield. U A< r<ft--..lust "'eat of Fruitvale School on Hoseil:ile hicbvvay. two good wells. fair hiiuse. Will trade equity for home in town. J. T. (Sv) Wicker. IfiSO Chester Phone 2-023'). Evenings 2-3895 EAST BAKERSFIELD — Two-bedroom home, sfjcco and plaster construction, har.lwood floors, tile drain, etc; nice basement, lot 80x132; plenty of fruit and berries; S-I20I1 SIX-r.NIT COURT—Each uni. a complete home, four 1-bedrooms and two 2-bedrooms. four completely furnished; all have blower type cooler; also good ehop building; almost an acre of ground, located close to transportation and business district. Will net $162.59 per month. $13.000. tr.OOO down. DT'PLKX—Three large rooms and service porch each aide; also one 3-room apartment and a 5-room apartment. All furnished with nice furniture excepting one side of duplex. Flat-top ranges, refrigerators two washing machines, etc. This property Is in excellent condition. Income SI 55 per month. 113.500, 15000 down, ba'anco $85 per month. CHESTER LANE—Two-bedroom home. This is one of the older homes, however you can't beat the location. Nice corner lot. Kull price $1000. furniture Included. HOME AND INCOME—Located in good rental district. This property Is less than thr~c years old. in excellent condition. Hardwood floors, tilt- drains, etc. One completely furnished. $17,000, $2000 down. CALL Evenings 2-G228 1704 K Street HIGHLAND PARK — Four-room home, just redecorated. Laundry room and garage. Large corner lot. Close to school and bus. Vacant now. $3675, $1000 down. FURNISHED—Two-bedroom home, large screened porch, garage and nice large lot: some fruit. Close to bus and school. ALTA VISTA DRIVE—Nicely furnished 6-room home on good corner lot. 100x140. close ti Bernard. SeveraJ kinda of fruit trees. 250 fine chickens, with equipment and room to double flock. Wonderful location. Total price, J7350: half down. Phone 2-7680. 47 Income located In best rental district. Eight uni'.s. nearly new. with tiled roof and nlceiv furnished never a vacancy. This la really one of the very best courts In town. Income 1455 per montb. Priced at $4:1,500. Adobe on east side: two bedrooms, nice room over garage; yard all fenced. Only MSOO. WILLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street Phone 2-055S 9-19-tf MODERN AUTO COURT. ADOBE AUTEL—One mile north of circle on 99 Highway. Drive by and call us for particulars. Phone 7-754!) and 2-8622. 47 (472-L)—$2885 with $1510 down and might consider little less down on this newer type smaller 1-bedroom home near Horace Mann School and high achool. Phone 2-065:1 ir 2-63.16. 9-19-lf FOR SALE—Six-room, nearly new, modern home, ferge garage, barn, lot lOOx 300: $3100, terms. Will sell completely furnished. 1941 14-foot Mainline trailer In good condition, sleeps four. Inquire 6 miles out of Taft on Bakersfleld Highway. 244 Cypress street. Valley Acres. ' 60 FOR SALE—Two-bedroom stucco home, hulk in 1940. close to East Bakersfleld High and Horace Mann Grammar School. Has cooling system, floor furnace, Venetian blinds; nice large lawn; one acre of ground. Owner at Route No. 1. Boi 76. _EeMows. Calif. Phone Black 133. 4S FOR SALE cheap, nice size lot for home- site, 70S Decatur street. Phone 3-1041. 48 Only INCOME PROPERTY $.1500 down, balance easy; 3 separate buildings on large corner lot, Twenty-first and F streets. Nets 15 per cent. Call for appoint- jnent. 7-75J9 a nd 2-8622. 47 PLACE for sale, reasonable. Phone 9-921.1. 4S $2200—Two-bedroom modern house, 4 years o'd, two blocks north of Niles and Sterling, third house south Ride of JIUcheM. 4_7 FOR SALE—Three-bedroom home at 2 HO Monterey street. Large livinK room and dining room, also breakfast room and nico basement; plenty of ahade. Cnll FOR SALE by owner, 5-room house, in excellent condition, walking distance of town, on Truxlun avenue. Trice $7I5« cash L __Phone 3-0125. 47 UNRESTRICTED—On corner lot. stucco home, built in 1941. Two bedrooms and bath, living room and kitchen with tiln I 1 '"^' $3850. 1671 Chester avenue. 51 FIVE-ROOM, house and lot. lot 60x130. Price $2500. Phone 3-2U31I. 263 Santu Barbara. E. C. Chapman. Lamont. 411 SOUTHWEST district, large 2-bedroom house, 'ireplace, tile drain, cement basement, completely furnished, including electric tefrigerator, table-top stove. J.VI.'.O. $2500 dcnvn. balance easy. S> I JicNinch, with II. A. Moore & Son, If, 15 Eighteenth atleet. Phone 2-12C8, «ve- _ n 111 B_I| -_«_ltiu_. 4 7 AST SIDE—'Larire. 1-bedroom house, yaid f"nced. chicken house and pen, fruit trees, orange, etc. Partly furnished. J2t>00. Substantial down. S> 1 .McNinch, with R. A. Moore & Son. 1515 Eighteenth street. Phone 2-1268, «v»- duplexes with l^nr t'urmuvs; ami ni- a lui inyh- venetiu n an? rent- uiK"i AVMENT IPMS than rent. $1100 down. ruasy 4-roum.' rnrtly furnished hou**e; juat mlecoruifd inside. One blot.'k from I)UH, fuur blocki from Kern General Hospital and Kust Hlifh. Call 9-9383 for Information. harming but small 1-bedroom home, attractive knotty pine interior, tile sink. automutlc wuter heater, fruit trees; one bliK-k from bus; oxut'llent neighborhood; I^;i00. 8um« terms. 22;'»^ Arlington. pliant- G-6S8J Saturday and tiuudty alter 11! nuun. Two nca i !y IK.W od flours and t'.irh OIK! has iMfBO r*.-trif;oi itt'T tit hd>- [up stov.?.H and oihi.! n u iriKs; .ill four rontiiis h;i\ •• t>iim!s urn! nit -I? rat-pets. Thcs* ing r'dr $ 1 .11 per month ; als MI MUM aiilo is tin 1 owner's house of OH )itili-M«>m. livitm i oo ni ii iul kitchen with siTerm'tl-iii port h ; u is also furnish*-"! anil won': I i HUT for $;!,"» pt'i 1 nnnth. I-tt-- Muh'.s tins \ nit will (i»u a int.. wash house \viih MHirt- i or tn ii'nl \\ ushiriB mai.-htn** it ml a \ ci •> ii;- »• ia !-.;»• i oi'iu-r loC for ? 1 L' «.Hiii. .in ti'i HIM. This it* ;i ver> clean fi*-;i f and ;.s wot th th.- IIIOIK I : F . Sl.'iOO i';ish (fown. hnlaiti-u *>') per month. tor- a d.imfy L'-l'tvlrcuirn home with fi replace 1 and vcnviiaii blindH. on lot tiOx'I'fft tft-t ; h.i.s Ki-apfs and yuiictf fruit, also lots fhii-kon t'tiuipmotu. You will want thia pla« t- wlu>i'. you s^i* it. and yit-i ran K'-t i in mediate pOHscssion. Toi«I prji-e IN $^,"(UO. Von belter hurry on this. It is lo'-a'od In oust of t.akernf teUI. Ti uxtun. MI the HOD block, a vt-ry clean 1 KM 1 1 00 in stucco home. • furnished with n.-a !•[>• ii" w ftirniture. Immediate pos- s.^siou i\>i- $;J7 JU; takes about. SJ'.'Oo down J T. Wi.-kor IfifiO I'm-sier J'h.-nc J[- ll -^i^. _Kven[_iiKH '.'-IS'.*;. ____ $4 7."»0— Kivc-i ooin luiine near JVt't>rs...i Si. hool. Two bedrooms and sleepm*. porch. ba semen i, Kartttft 1 . fruit und shiidf. t'.nod lot. LOMITA VKlim-:— Almoct now 2-bPdio.mi hou^e. i oinpIcU'Iy aiul \\--ll furniidifxl. Inmhle earatfe. fenced y« id. KilA pa>- meuts about $37 a month. $_!SOO — Five-room house on Pacific near Kern Ci en era I Hospital. Two bedrooms, Karate, fruit, chicken eouipme.nl. $U.")Bt)~ Snutil 2-bedroom home in uure- pl ricted district. Hardwood floors, B»\-.\n^. lot uOxi'UO. Lois of fruit and chicken equipment. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT — 5-room nom«. two bedrooms, sleeping porch and bane-' ment. Thta house U not new but lo very good condition. Walking diatanc* of downtown. Substantial down pay* ment. ON MONTERERY. NEAR S. P. S HO PS- Five- room houst. two bedrooms, on lot 50x160. Near bus Una and Ding center. E. C. Uffert, 901 Nile*. Phone 1-715J FOH S A UK— Completely furnished 2-»j»d»- room house; 2-rar RMntxe. <onveBl«tly . Phone 8-4171 Cor apiK^tnwnt. 61

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