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Bakersfield, California
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DAVIS FURNITURE EXCHANGE _ 2105 Cheater avenue _ 33 NEW Mohair living room set Aiuiiin. rug, 9x12 seamless Modern bedroom set, 3-pc. Double deck coll springs Inner-spring mattress, 312 coil 16,75 Cong, rugs, 7.6x9, Crescent 3.75 USED Bedroom set, 4-p'c«, Monterey $34.50 Velour davenport 1 0.00 Walnut dining table, 6 chairs 19.00 Carpet strips, 4x8 ft. 3.00 Daybeds 4.00 to 7.00 HAMM SELLS FOR LESS 1100 ,18th, cor. 18th and N streets. Phone 341 52 $69.00 28.50 55.00 $5.95 Business Cards LAUNDRY SERVICE Uandry 8«rv|w Un«e»lled— Thit li Our Slom Tin DlfftrtAt fiirvlee* fetid Zorie Odorleti Dry Ctitnlm , CITIZENS LAUNDRY SIxttenth trtd 0 Strwt* Phont 261 ^^^^_,_- ^ _ j.^ j ._ ' _ _f_ . j J _£i__ 1 _ 1 j. — _^ JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC AOOOUNTANT INCOME TAX SERVICE. AUDITS. SYSTEM) 206*6 Prof«iilon»t Building PhOn* 4591 r ---- -- " viiL-L-i-.-i-i.- j. ---..-.L ----------- --r- -------- -.---T-I-.-. ._;.--•.• ------- * PAYNE & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Nlnttetnth and C Strut* * J. C, Ptyna ' J. Bruw Payw Fr«d Pt>« ^ ___ . . _ _ . .. iiitaaaii ^^ i m^ •• •• ^ DOUGHTY-CALHOUN-O'MEARA Funeral Dlreotbrs and Ambulanoa Sarvlos ' MOO Truxtun Av«nu», it N StrMt Phona 667 Lady $7.95 39.60 14.05 $45.00 $39.50 USED FURNITURE SPECIALS Kobertl Bros, closet bed $7.9fi Baby bed, cane paneled $5.95 6-pc. breakfast sot, hardwood 3-pc. overstfd. bed dnvonp, set .'i-pc. enameled bedroom net *2-pe. Robert! Bros, living room set, rual tapestry, like new 2-pc. Karpen living room set, green tapestry, like new Many Other Big Bargains POPBTj KUnNITUttB KXCHANQK Ardlzzl-OIcese Bids:. 623 Sumner St. Just west of Baker. Phone 1341 53 *._ T ™""~""~^^"^"^~_"'_***'*"*^___'__™^^— u_z^z.' - ~ ~ - —. —. _^i_^il Rjdiosy Musical Instruments * FOR SAI*E—Bueschcr trumpet and rase In ffood «hape, $15 cash. Call at 122 THftHt Hevonth street. 34 FOR SAL.E—Scott all-wave radio, 13 tubes; beautiful tone. Can bo used for public address 83*81em. $45. 1603 - Sixteenth street. Poultry and Livestock ABY CHICKS— Yea. folkw, we now have Reds, Rackn. UeffhornH from our fttie Northern California and Ornpon flocks. Place your orders now. ChlcUft are scarce and the fall run will be short. Kivervlew Hatchery, Old FreNno highway. Phone 41 561. T. ___ 34 AUCTION Community sale, ThurHday, September 16, 10 a. m, Five miles south of Bakcrnfleld on Union avenue. Poul try, hoffM, plffgry sows, calves, horse, work or rmo; 2 and 4-wheel trnllern, furniture, bedH. Hrlnff what you have to rffcll. w. 15. Ott- born, auctioneor. Phone 1S-F-2. 34 * (United Prett Leamit CT. LOUIS, Sept. 8.-John H. u Brunlnga, local attorney, tripled his money as the result of being robbed. Bonds valued nt $6842 were stolen from the attorney's office four years ago. They were recovered recently and during the four- year period had become worth $21,906. A tourist found the bonds in Estes Park, Colo. He saw them lying along the roadway in a remote section of the park. The tourist, Roy Bergman, of Chicago, turned them-over to a broker for tracing. Through serial numbers it was learned they were, bonds stolen from Bruninga four years ago. Apparently the thief threw the bonds away after unsuccessful efforts to cash them. REPORT REW 001 FOR KILLER Paper says G Men Offering Reward for Information in Old Slaying Says Republican Nominee Error, on Some Statements Concerning Banking )*re«« Lcnued Wire) PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 8.—Dr. Luther A. Harr, Pennsylvania secretary of banking, cited a poualble violation of state law today In demanding 1 that Colonel Frank Knox, Republican vlc**preflldotulal nominee* retract a statement concerning the safety of bank deposits or supply data in support of U. Doctor Harr said Colonel Knox was quoted AS savin* 1" Allen town, Pa., lout Saturday: "Today no life insurance policy ta secure; no savings account Is safe." In an open letter to Knox, the banking secretary said: "If 1 do not hear from you within a. reasonable time, T will refer this matter to the attorney-general for such action as IB warranted/' Doctor Harr said a Pennsylvania act, ns amended In 3931* makes it a "punishable misdemeanor to utter, circulate, to transmit false or derogatory statements affecting the standing of nny bank or financial institution operating in this commonwealth." "Your statement is so sweeping.** Harr said, "as to include every bank nnd savings Institution In the state, FINANCIAL LETTER J. A. HOOLE A CO. Member* New York Stook Exchange The lonK wook end was evidently the tonic tlrnt was needed in financial quarters. The pace of trading quickened materially ami volume at the ond of the day totalled 1,720,000 shares. Tho activity \va* on tho up side nnd largft blocks of stock were taken on thft offerings. Many of Iho loading stocks In the loading groups established new high prices for the your. The averages, both Industrials and rails pmifitraled into new high \vhlch l« period of YIONE EXCHANGE TODAY San Francisco Market Shows d Gains and Losses in Day's Trading Fret* I,t<ited KUANCISCO Hept, 8,—Tho NEW YORK CLOSE ' _ , ' *- Close ¥ • i SAN l market maintained u steady tone in iherefore-r the market lifts 'performed j early tending on tho San Kmnelseo Wanted to Bu Property AM in the market to buy Bakorsflcld property for Investment; residence .referred. Phone 6911. Fruits and Vegetables Wanted to PEACHES canning. grapes. * street. Georgia lato, good for Thompson seedless Bring containers. 715 L GOOD canning pears, COc lug, while they In,8t. 1104 H street, in rear, after 4 p. m. 34 CANNING PEACHES Lemon clings, rfow ready. Will last only fow days, Com« pick your- welf, 38c lug. Brandt Ranch, Harry Parian, 1 mile east of Lam on t. 37 ___ . * _..._. ... . ___ ___ __ i^ _ . __ _________ _ _ _ __. TEHACHAPI canning" pears, GOo a lug; lemon cling peaches, 60c; bring contklnerH. Hort's Stand, Kern Canyon highway. _ __ _ FREESTONE peaches. Merrill No Sunday 46 WANTED — Two houses to lie moved. Harry Bodlon. Route A, Box 263-A. Bakorafleld. CaHfornla. _ 34 BRST prices paid for bottles, ra^s. iron and other Junk, Phone 4173 for pickup wagon. Prompt service. 420 Kast Nineteenth. 7-9-36-tf WANTED—Old burlap and rags. Buying bottles and other junk. Call 2170 for pick-up wagon. 717 Sumner street. 6-15-tf Legal Notices ranch, Rio Bravo, sales. NEW nlmonds (1936 crop) for sale, from 1 pound to a Ion. 1109 Stockton street. Bakersfleld. 44 Poultry and Livestock FOH SALJ3—400 White Leghorn laying hens; heavy strain. All or any amount. 80c each. Chicken shop, Twenty-fourth and M streets. Phone IOCS. 34 . B ^ •-! ,-"• _•_. _ . . _»_ t_i_j . BJ3LICIQUS . fryers. Reds.- Battery milk fed. /"Their- .feet never touch tho ground." Tender, .1ulny. Dressed, delivered. 121 McCoro. Phone 6GG7-J. 37 1" ' 1 -' _ ' -'. . •iiVi i»n r\ •--- j j j. :|-_M-TT-I — TI.---F-. . I" I V Legal Notices ^^^^^^^^^^^J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^A ^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ORIQINAU SUMMONS No. 30006 Tn the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Kern. Action brouRht In the Superior Court of the County, of .Kern, and Complaint filed in the office of the Clerk of the' Superior Court of said County. H. A. SPINDT and JOSEPHINE A. SPINDT. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. LON W. \VTATT, Administrator of tho "Efilate of David Hanley, deceased, and WALTER LEO KENN1SLLEY, Defendants. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA SEND GREETINGS TO LON W. WYATT, Administrator of the Estate of David Hanley, do- ceased, and WALTER LEO KENNELLEY, Defendants. You are directed to appear in an action brought affainst you by tho above named plaintiffs In the Super- lor Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Kern, and to answer the complaint therein within ten days after tho service on you of this Summons, If sorvdd within the County of Kern or within thirty days If served elsewhere, and you are notified that unless you, appear and answer as above required, the plaintiffs will tnke judgment for any money or damages demanded In the Complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to tho Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. Given under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California. August 10th. 1936. (Seat) F. E. SMITH. County Clerk, Clerk of HupeHor Court. , By J. T. BTANTON. Deputy. HARVEY, JOHNSTON & BAKER, 3G9 Haberfelde Building, Bakersfleld, California, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Aug. 18-2B; Sept. 1-8-16-22-20; Oct. G-1B-20-27. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. TO CONSUMMATE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Notice t« hereby given that tho Board of Supervisor*) of Kern County will meet nt their rooms In the County Court House, City of Rakers- field. County of Kern, State of California, ut 11:00 o'clock a. m.. Monday. September 14. 11136. for the purpose of consummating the purcnaao from C. L. Taylor and Ola R. Taylor, his wife. Raymond G. Taylor und Dora Louise Taylor, his wife, for the sum of $1400.00. of the following hereinafter described real property, towlt: The went half of Villa Lot 46 of Drury's Addition In the County of Kern, State of California, as por map recorded March 38, 1907, In Book 1, Pago 101 of Maps In the office of the County Recorder of said County, excepting therefrom tho south 75 feet: and also excepting therefrom a strip 30 feet wldo on the north and weut sides thereof reserved for publlo roads. Said property IH to bo UBed for public purposes, to-wit: for Hospital Grounds. Any nnd all persons interested In tho matter may appear at the above mentioned time and place und be heard. Dated August 19, J93G. F. 15. SMITH. Clerk of the Board. August 21 to September 11, Inc. (Associated /*rc«s Leaded PHO13NIX, Sopt. 8.—Tho Phoenix Gazette said today it had lear-nod from an unimpeachable source that tho federal bureau of investigation has ponted an offer of more than $2000 for confidential information loading to a Solution of the seven- year-old Hlayfng of Paul K% "Reynolds, department of Justice agent. Reynolds, 29-ycnr-old mlniBter'o son, disappeared mysteriously from a hotel room hero in August, 1929. Several day a later his body was found floating in nn irrigation canal near Olendale, nine miles west of here, a bullet through bis heart. Seven years later the case remains, tho only one In tho history of the department of justice where an agent has been killed and his slayer not apprehended and brought to trial. ^f. K. Andersen, head of tho Phoenix office of tho bureau of investigation, would neither confirm nor deny the report a reward would bo paid InformerK. Files on the case have bean sent hero from Washington, 101 Pnso and I*os Angeles. New Investigators have recently been aflHlgnod to the CUSP. Reynolds' activitleH as a prohibition agent In Idaho are being checked. Tho actual scene of tho killing nor 'tho motive have never been determined. Premier May Call Parliament Meet bank or savings Institution IB unsafe, I am willing to accept that as sufficient justification With the intent of the act.'* Frenchman Takes Thompson Trophy f (Continued From f<i0c One) a.s expected. Holeasc of the government cotton estimate of this year's crop featured the commodity markets. The figures were materially holow expectations of private estimators as well as under the previous figures of a month RRO. The reopening after release of the figures found cotton some 40 to 50 point N higher. Thereafter the market gained another 66 points or «o and then nettled hack about 10 from the best figures of the day. All options closed well above tho 12-^etU level with December at l2.15<iM2,lG, Normally September and October art* bearUh months due to the hedging em I tuning from marketing of the crop, bettor yield and new all time highs from the standpoint of consumption are, however, offseltliiB items which make tho pr<w«nt markat difficult to gftu&c. All In forested in tho cotton markets arc making a close study of world consumption figures In an attempt tn clearly gauge the market. Grains are comparatively nvilel today while attention was concentrated on the stock and cotton markets. But even »o wheat cloned u'MohntiKod while corn lost about 1 com per bushel under hedging pressure. POULTRY, BUTTER. EQOS stock exchange today. Changes were almost all fractional and at tho close of tho third hour thore wero U stocks up 10 off and 10 unchanged. Industrials showed mtxod gains and losses. T)l Giorgio Fruit preferred was up 1, Uu In i cr 1*111 p & Paper H gained »i, Union Sugar common added *i, Marohant H, General faint A U ami Schleslnsfor pro- forrvcl moved up H to a now high at OTfe, Pallfornla Packing, General Paint common, Golden State and Mugnln common wore off H and Cnl- avernfl Cement common. Emporium and Oliver Fillers 13 decline*! '«. Among the oils Stumlard of California, and Bhell Union common both udded % and Tide Water conut\on was up Vs. Universal OOIIMC dropped V4 and Honolulu lost Utilities wore quiet. Pacific PuhHc Service preferred moved tip *< and Pacific GUH common and Market Htreet prior pref(*rr«Hl held ov«»n. Women's Fund Indomnlty moved up H und Auglo California National Hank \va« tip H. AVellH Fnrco UanU dropped 9"i to 300, Transaiuerica was at 13^i on a turnover of 2300 Leaned NEW YORK, Sent. S.— Railroads Stock— Atchipon Baltimore A Ohio Phesappakft & Ohio Krie • Great Northern pfd Illinois Central Mtattourf Pacific New York Central Southern Pnclflo Pennsylvania ^OH Southern 1'iuMflc Union PncifU* Industrials Pan Tel. & Tel ONN.YJ j' Leaders Show Gains of From li Fraction to Three and More Points Today t American American Horden'n 139 127 28* Tractor Columbia Otis 44H Corn First Nattoiml Sloro» Pox Film 'A" Oanernt Klrctrle 47 \ Oenerul Foods 39\i Hold ttunt 14 OoodyoAr Tlr*> & Uubbfr 25** International Harvester 79 H International Tel. & Tol 12*4 ,Tohn»-MaMvHlo Montgomery Ward North American ... Radio Corporation ....... Snfewav Stores Sen.rn-rtoohu^u 11. S. Huhhcr 1'nton Onrhlrto T H Curbon. VTnltod Aircraft Warner Tlrotl Wostorn 1'nfon * * • I before in tho winning the Louis W. Oreve trophy. Finiahinff behind tho French pilot Jn tho Thompson race, their time and winnings, wore: NOTICE City of Bakersffeld Civil Service Commission for the Police Department NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that competitive examination for the position of -Lieutenant of Police of the Bakersfiold Police Department will bo held at 3:00 p. m.. September 15, 1936, at Fire House Number 1, at Twentieth nnd K Streets. Bakersfiold. California. Only members of the Bakersfield Police Department havlriR throe years' experience as regular patd pence officers and who have served on the Bakersfiold police Department for not loss than one year Immedlntely preceding the date of the examination are eligible. All nppllcatfons must be on file with the Commission by not later than 12 o'clock noon, Soptcrnbpr 12, 1036. Further Information as to ' applications and ecope of examination may be secured from the Secretary of tho Police Civil Service Commission, City Hall, Bakersfleld, Cnltforna. GEORGE F. HUGHES, Chairman, Civil Service Commission. August 29 to September 11, Incl. Heat Deals Losses to Apple Growers (Atxoclatcd Frcat Leased PARIS, Sept. 8. — Informed Hourccs said today tho BociaHtit premier of Knincp, Ix?on Blum, may call a special neBsIon of Parliament for a showdown with his Communist supporters in tho face of a growing strike movement. In that event, these sources Bald, the premier would ask for a vote of confidence on the issue of Spanish neutrality, forcing tho Communists either to back the government on nonintervention or to withdraw from the pooplos' front. Workers occupied shops and fac- torles today in Marseille, Amiens dirt and Clernint-Ferrand, and 22 5,000 NOTICSC OF HEARING Notice is hereby Riven that tho County Planning Commission of the County of Kern, State of California, by a resolution thsrfiof adopted on the 10th day of August, inafl, did adopt tho flrftt unit of a land u&« Plan, being a tonlnf? or districting plan, as a part of the Master Plan of said County, and did make a final report thereon to the Hoard of SupervlnorB of said County by recommending that wttltl Hoard of Supervisor*) adopt a certain proposed ordinance of said County containing the bnale structure of a land tine plan for nald County and applying certain regulations in detail to certain property adjacent to Golden Btate Highway in tmid County, a certified copy of which proposed ordinance is on file in the office of the County Clerk in the Court House* Ba- JcerRfield, California, attached to a certified copy of the aforesaid resolution, to which copies reference to hore- by made for the particulars thereof, Notica In hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of vald County did s*t a certain time and place for a public hearing on said first unit of sail) land use plan and on said final report and on said proposed ordinance, which time and place is us follows, to-wit: At the hour of 11 a. m. on the 14th day of B*PUrab*r t 10S6. in the Chambers of the Board of Supervisors In the Court House, Bakcrgfield, Call* fornia, Any and all persona Interested In matters may »niM»ar at the afore- iistd time and place and bo heard thereon* (United Frcn Leased WATSONVILUS. Sepl. 8.—High temperatures In the Pajuro valley during the past, two dayn, and continuing today, have resulted in an estimated 925.000 IOSH to apple growers* agricultural tenders Bald, Th« exact extoni of tin* IOBS will not be known definitely for Bev<*rn) dayn, but Home of the orchnrdB wory damaged Heriously by nun blight. Monday's 9(i degrros had not buen equaled here slnco September 2.1, 1028. WORK FKOGKESSlNti l.OS ANC3KLEK, Sopt. 8. (A. P.>— Work on HHII Oabriel Uam No. 1 is prouresslng rapidly, reportM lo the LOH Angelea flood control of- flce« whowed- Already 3,750,OpO cubic yards of material have b*en placed in the. 1800-foot wide atruo turo, which will cost $10,500,000. At work are 675 men. Paris inutal workers, angered by the government's Spanish policy, demanded that Blum enforce collective contracts and other social lew Islntlon adopted by Parllamont last spring. TREASURY OHKCK8 MAILED WASHINGTON, Hept. K. (U. Tho iSocial Security Board today announced treasury checkH totaling $130,185.12 huvo been sent to California to cover costH of administer* Inff the state unemployment compensation law. The now funds bring to a total of |25Z,4M.2fl the amount sent California for thin purpose. FBOO ENDS OAKLAND. Sept. 8. (U. P.)—A bitter family legal feud WUH stilled today following: the death of Mrs. Virginia Arnold Kammeror, radio and concert pianist, who waa i»n- fheBhed in a long court fight with her divorced husband. Ward B. Kammercr, for cuntody of their child, Camllle, 2. ^+^^^^^^^^^^^ui^^^^^^^—i.^^^^^^to ^F IN PROSAIC SERVICE DULUTH. Sept. 9- (U. P.>—Minus a super-sized bathtub used by former President Tuft, tho steamer Semlnole, onco pride of the Coast Guard, a World War convoy and presidential yacht, is back in active se r vice as a pumsen gftr carrier bo- tween Houghton, Mich., and l«le Roy ale. Karl Ontnmn, Los 248.042 miles per hour, $4375, Roger Don Rao, Allmmbra, 230.559 miles per hour, $2450, Harold Neumann. Kansas City, 233.074 miles per hour, $16*75. Marlon MrKcon. Tnglewood, 230.465 miles per hour, $1235. Harry Crosby, Glnndale, "200.075 miles per hour, $875» Dnvlil Khneiulorf, Palms, Calif., finished seventh, out of the money. Art Chester of Olonvlew, 111., and Leo Miles of Wichita, Kan., wore forcer! out mid-way In the rnco by motor trouble, and S. .1. Wlttman, Oshkosh, Win., failed to got away from the starting line. Colonel Turner, one of America's best speed pilots and winner of the Thompson trophy In 1934, sharply criticized the Uetroyat victory, declaring: "Dotroyat's plane ta the result of five years of Intensive research and work on the 'purl of tho French government, Including all governmental financing and technical backing powslblo. "If foreign governments want to outer racing planes In the National Air Races, the youngsters who spend their time and money building ships themselves should not be forced to compete against them. "Hotf can $15,000 ships, constructed from nny available material, possibly compete against $1,000,000 planes?" oy's Ailment May Have Caused Death fl.'ntifd rren* t.rated \\ irtt KCXS ANOMI-KS. Sept. «.— Butter Kxtraa. ROHc. Prlm« firnti*. 34Hc. StandnnlH, 34r. Undortfrtido, S5 l ,6c. EQQB (Candled) 1-arge—Cloan extruw, Sir; light extrns. ,2flo, clean ptandarcln, light dirty standards, 2^; checks, Medium—Clean oxtm», 35\fci-; light dirty oxtran. 25i»; rleau Htandards, 24o; light dirty niandarda, 23c; chocks, 22o, Small— Cloan extras, 18c; light dirty extras, 17c. Ca«c count cuffs, 22c Poultry lions, Leghorns, 2^ to :Mi pounds, l»c. Hens, l^ftghornw, » over to 4 pounds. 14c, HCIIH, J-pRnorns, over 4 HenH, coiorod, .T-i tn 4 HODS, colorrd. 4 pounds and nrollcrs, over 1 and up poundtt. 20c. liroilors. ovor pounds. 2f>r. Kryoi'H. I to 3 pounds, lor Kryom, rnlorod Woolworth .7. t'. IVnnry TrahMftmrrlca MAtala American Smoltlng .. Anurnndn H*»thU'hprn StP* 1 ! International Nlokol . v • * • • L, A. PRODUCE MARKET t fA»»acMt?d Lfntnl U'ft'f -'" F*in- Kan .lo;u]uln 3V4 and up pounds, KH pounds, 20t up, to }\v and up to ovor 1 M 4 «iid up poundn. 17c. H. colored 2Vi» nnd up to over 3 V 4 and up to soft liuno, Uarrcd Hock a, over 4 poundR and up, UOr. HoaiUorn. »oft hone, other than Uarretl Uorkn, ovur 4 puundw and up, 20o. Stairs, 12c. GUI roosters. !>»•. 4 \i pound** and up, Me. under 4 ! ,i pounds, 12c. Old ducks, llo Ooose, 18r. Youiiff tom turknyH. 13 pounds and up to 18 pounds. 19c. You n if IUMI turkeys, over 18 poundu, I,US ANGKUCS. Sept g. Urupon: Hun Jomiuin valle> l^fO'l^ii*. be«t Ih., Hlblers J (Ei*r« IM'jffiSi 1 ; local and valley tokayn fair rolor l!Cf ! 2H»-. fair KHcondld(* muhi-atR 2c. Ventura county iiuincatM U©'£H<' Ih. 1x*ttuo«: Kiinla Maria and lupp dry park 4t», $2.onfT2. $2.<U crate, poorer j».r»0'irl.?R; »l.&0©1.7r.; Hah l.tilw <.>l»l«po 4s, $1.S5 (ft2.00, best la. Jt .tifiti 1.7&; Loin 4B, $2.?fi<if2.3ri; 6B. $!-"Mfl.?6: Hull Potatoes: Oregon ru«HPtp. U. S. No. 1. J2.4t«'2.60 cwt., V. S. No. 2, $t.t>5, Santa Marln rufKetp, I*. S. No, 1, $D.4")i good Mtockton \\ IhrunHtn prlddH. f'J,20. fair $2 001i>. c-holi»e $1 RBfT l.fiO. miutll Jl.Sf»4r 1.30 rwi., fhtno, l^crrlm vulloy and Santa Maria whlio 2.50 rwl. SipinMi lx»''al dark i-olnred lialliin .00« l.jin, l>OHt $l .Mhf HI ft. H«ht *-ol. on>d fifiTif 7r>(\ yellow rrnolt nc^cU f.Or^j I.OH lug; \vhllo nnninu-r 75'u 1.00. best U.hVtJ 1.2r», ordinary 4a^.M>«-; Arroyo (irandn dark colored ItHllan II. IUR. TomntooR: Yt-nluru county and ponderoi»aH an«l (*apl.tirann pon- 11.00 and 11.00 5-5s. (.opper Steel T'. S. Stool Vanadium »st**e.l Tobacco and Sugar American Sugar American Tobacco "A" Aninrlcari Tobacco t*vil>«n American Oreat \Veniorn H. J. HeyiioldB "»". . Olta Atlantic t < Wire} NEW YORK. Sept. 8.— With vigor ; renewed by tho Labor day real, | slock market loadors forged ahead j today for gains of fractions to 3 | or more points. ! Steels wore in thf forefront of i the advance, but virtually all de- 73*4 | pnrtmenU partlclputofl In the for- ^^jxvanl thrust. A. number of new 21 v ) ! highs for tho past 6 years or so wore recorded. The activity wan the best in several sessions and profit taking waa without any material effect. Quotations were around the top near the fourth hour. Buying was stimulated principally by reports that fall business expansion is getting under way at n l.rlsk clip. Foreig-n affairs, white restraining some trading forces. provomonl at home. Prominent in the upward move \M»r«> Vnlted Stated Steel. Bethlehem. Crucible. Sharon Steel, Toungstown Sheet and Tube. Genera! Motors. Chrysler, Packard. Sears Roebuck. SpleRM-May-Stern. Du Pont, West- intthousfv Oouslas Aircraft, Amert- ran Teiephone. Western Union. Ktnndai'd Gas. International Nickel. Anaconda, Kennecotl, Standard Ofl of New Jersey, Pure Oil. Santa Fe, Now York Central. Southern Pacific, Paramount. Ixww's. Collins & A Ik man, Hncyrus-Krl* 1 . \WstinjGr- i honso Air Brake and Tlmken-Dctroll. rnlted States government securi- 1 tien v»Asrd but corporation bonds pointed higher. Commodities were mixed. Fore ten cunvncles were Ir* rpfftilar. SterlliiR was strong while ithe French franc was backward. an 11 .10 01 f. > » * « 101 » * * • * SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS » < i * 12S Mexirnn SeaUnrxnl ...... . ........ 3 ; IVlrolonm . Shell Unltui Standard of California.. Standard of Now .lerHey Socony Vacuum Company ...... 42% 20 • 4 • • • • • i * SAN KHANC1SCO. Sept. S, HUfh A?itd. Ins, Fund Calif. T*npkln(f 1>I (ilnrfflo Fruit, com r»i (tlorirlo Fmlt. i>fd. 1-Mrcmans Futul Paint "A" Clone 54 13 54 » • » • Motors Auburn Motor** 31 • * t Muirnln, Murrhnnt r n. A nv Pub i > I I Holler Equipments t • » - 17' \:\ 11 • i i' • • SVM . r "A r, pfd. n, mtn Stamlnrd Oil. Tl d «nv a i *•> r Oil. com... t pfd pfd. I-M1J11 . h v 37 10 20 24% MS 26 37* 10 26 " 9 I • - * • 1 1 Am^rlcnii Hnldwln 1 Gonnrnl Tank , WnriHM • * ;t <"altf. JMpo » Gt 1 . l!f. 6 -Cw, 7f»«' ; Knn 1 1\ M n r pn mnrlirlnbeH ft-fin. f»-6> f<n. 15; Sun II|I*KO county !>fti»<Erl.OO; local an«1 BAR SILVER I rounly GOVERNMENT BONDS stones 4, - r ' w 6-6«, tt'nitrtt Fret* Lfiwed \Yiref Nl-:\V YORK. Sept. S.—Bar silver 40c f 9l.004fl lR 7f» Hen turkeyn. 0 pounds and up, 20c. Old torn turkeys. 14c. Old hen turkeys, ]4r. 8quabs, under 11 pound*, por dosinn, 24o. Han loi-a.1 11 poundw, per doccn and up, 20c. Cajonw, under 7 pounds, 2Cr. capons, 7 pounds and up. 2Sc. Kdhhltfti No. 1 while 3V» to pounds, each I2o. UabhltH, No. 1 mixed color*, and 4M( poundw, each 10c. Habbltn, No. 1. old . f.6« w : Yucnlpa Hairs fnnn 42-4K» 49M^c pound , 70-SO» 60n n^.THr. 7 Oh .loaquln VHllny Knlwayn 4K-OON 2 l i>- ; < 'lifl mplons 4 KH Placer county Snlwayn Curry Sr-fldltn(?i* OOH &0<rrnOi>. 70» 40«/ r>0r, SOn 30^ HSr ; tJmli KlbiM-Un In lugs IPfcr potirul. liUMh»»l banket 2 -In. inln,. $1. 0001.75; lo.-nl I'hllllnH IUK; Son .loimnln vnn 4 fir SUr. U()H pouml. 1'citrK: huU'f counly Hart lot ts pound, i» nui Her i!Vj'', l*hn*ervillo (A it unfit) te>t /*rr«« f.rn*r<1 NKU' YORK, S*»pt. i>f> rrn»aln**d ounrn at fine V S TrcflSury S. it** 4 ^y Curry n I (Vnlttd />IT*« t<ca*cd \\'lre) HAYWAUD, Sopt. 8.—Autopsy Surgeon V. K. Tiffany tmlil today a thront ailment mwy huvu en used the death of 2-year-old Kent Whetatono thought to huvo been Hiiffocatecl Sunday when playmates poured Band Into his mouth. He wild the child's ihymua gland WHH 11 tlmea RH normal weigrht und might have caimed hl« death nt any time. Tho boy \vns Raid to have fallen Into the sand box, and Doctor Tiffany reported ho might already have been dead when Uio Hand WUH poured down hiH throat. Moanwhile, efforts to find tho chlld'H father, away on a hunting trip, wero unsuccessful. -M LOS ANQELES STOCKS {Hulled J*eatcd }\'irf) KOS ANOKUCS. Sopt. B.-~l,on An- Hid 11C>4 11 17V BURGLARS KAII, LOS ANOELKS, Kept. 8. (A. P.)-Safe moving burglarn succeeded at flr»t but when they tried again they failed. I^aat May they moved a flafe In an uuto agency at 1001 South olive 40 foot, jimmied it and fled with $010, Police were advised today that an attempt to repeat failed last night, two pleccH of a broken chain revealing failure to pull IL Rafe containing tho wall. gelos HtockH; Induitrlals rhrynler Noon Milling Aircraft Tayir Milling Lockheed Banks CltUena N«tlonnl ____ *.. 28 KorurUy-Klr«t National .. R2H TranjuRmerlt-a ............ 1 3V* MUoellnneoui L. A, Investment Pacific Klnance Public Utillttes L. A. OIIH muJ Kleo, pfd.. 107 II 7 11 r»xt>H 2 ! s''; Anlelnpo valley Hone 84l : 3^c,, Knmller S'^c; Santa Clara county Winter NVII* 2'if S 1 ;^. llnrdy 13M*4»* pouitu". riumn; Lot'til, Vm*alpa aitO San Hun Joanuln valley Kelneyn rolil nior- HKt* 2H'ii5i > i)ouinl, San Joii*juln \;ill**y OmnHOiiH 3 fft I)',-Br, HurtnriN SV^Sfflo, iM'pnlileniH ft^l 3'«jr; Itaiintntt litand- ards 5«ir(ic. Yurnipa French 3^ H' 1 ; Uarge. ICldora,*i t 4». 44-54. 114.7 , 41-4:1, . 4i, 101*.n. . 44-4tt, 1 . 4fl-41», JO 4G-4H. 100.4. . d.VflO. 10?.,10 , 55-60, 103 S . 4r>-l?. 104.17 , 48-M. l(»2.3n. . M r.4, 102.1. Federal Farm n'-47. ion b 47. 104.12. HH, 43, 104.3. 3*4M. *'4, I Oft.9 Home Owners Loan ;i«, ASS, 103.27 *, 102 3. 4t'-44, 102.;. Mortgage i* 74 1 I 10 half 1. *8tu'l lui«krt Italian CHICAGO GRAIN 53 | METALS MARKET $1.14*». No. 1 mixed $1.M I < § S Conv $f>00 from j TO All) ItKDKUS BUENOS AIKKS, Kept. 8. (A. Loral Hpftnlsh rt'bel Kynipa today announced plans to chat-tor a freighter to send volunteer* and nup- piles to the aid of tho KanclHt Junta at Burgos. They nald they hoped to get 200 volunteer* and 300 ton» of KAI8K VOICES VIUuK, Illnois. Sept. 8. (U. P.)—J^etermined to be heard, the Belleville City Council purchased an amplifying eystem which will carry voicea of those uddresulng to all part* of the hall. TWO KIIXED IX CRASH MIAMI, Kla., Sftpt. 8. (A. P.)— Two pennons wort* killed today in the crnnh of a rented plane at the All- American Airport. They were Samuel Cooper of New Bmyrna, Kla,, the pilot, nnd Mru. Mary Krubaker of Miami. They had rented the plane for a pleasure flight, MAY qrAHANTINK STATK8 VVASHJNUTON. Rept. 8. (V!. P.) A public hearing to conufdar qimran* ItnliiK rallfornlu, (Colorado. New Mexico, Texas anil Utah on account of tho peach morale difceii«o will b« hold Heptcmbcr 21 at Albuquerque, N, M., tho dopurtmeni of agriculture announrpfl today. KKAIl MANY DISAI) I^UCKNOW. India, Bopl. S. (A. P.) A heavy death toll wan feared today In u landftllde which swept neven villager in tho Ourhwul and Unitod Provinoo dlNtdctft among the lofty mountain*. Pacific OaH and Klm\ Pnc, Ciaft and ICloc. A... Poc. Una and Kl»r. com, So. Calif. iCdlmiri ral. Kdlwon fl pfd. Al. EdlBon f>H Cal. ORM 6 pfd Pacific R. H , Oilf U i j- f • i f JI Qi.l \ -1 I I t^ ||. * , • *,*..., , , i PaclfU 1 We«ti»rn HUndard Oil of Calif.... as 32 108 39 32 Col So. So. Ho, 28% £8 75 «julPt . ox- .11 I t H Union Oil of Calif 21 U ( A**tH'lnfrit /*rr**r I, rated XI-:\V YOUK. KPJU. «.— C otrolyttc wpot and future- $9 purl 19.77*4 ft P.M. Tin finn; ftpot «ml uoarhy $44.ft2H^ 44.7f,; future $44.2f)« l 44,27^. I^i-ail fltpudy; spot N«w York $<.flO#4.G5; Kant Ht. I^>utH $4.4ii, Zinc dull; Kmut Si. I^oulH KP»M ami futuro $4.85, Iron quiet; No, 2, f, o. h. r-im- *rn IVnnnylvHMln $2050; Buffalo , Alabama Jlft.50. Alumlntun $10 Antimony, hpot $!;!. .".0. gulrkull- vcr $8;i.M)fM'0.(tn. I'lntlnuin $70, Wolf- No. No 1 yMlmv. yellow $UMl No. ; No. 3 whitr 11 ^0; gnu! i* t*bc#'$l.U'» Oat«--No white i wlitt Hoy beun No. —No. Harloy ActUHl food 704;K&c. nomlnul, 1 40 noniinnl LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK •*>• COTTON FUTURES LOS ANQELES HAY TREASURY REPORT • (Attoeioled /'rf»« NM5W YOHK. H*p(. 8,—The l report plHflng the fnd cotton crop at 11,121,000 tmlen oom- jturr'fl with la«l inonth'K indication of IX.401.000 look the trade, hy mirpri«e and \vtun followed by an excited ud- vnnce of more lhan '1.50 per halo her« today. I ><M'Atnh*r di»llvpri«i< whlrh had nold off to 11,41* dui'iim the rnorn- Infe nhot up to 12.27 or 7s polntw on acilvti (fenerul buylnB, Tho ruMi of buytnir ihon iap«rml off worn*?what arid tn^re were reartions of J2 to J5 points from the bout but thn mar ruled f>3 in 5» polnifl net hitfhor the final hour. Futures ulomt^d steady 51 to higher. lM»r, 12.14; JunuHry. AUy, 12.17; July. 12-12. 8t«ady; middling 12.64. 1.OS f> It /*irs« l.rnned OS, Spp(. K. — Ha f. f> It. l.riH AiiKflrs, por tfiti' hurley. fU.UOftj'U 00 uut», )I4 001| IT. (to. AlfnUu, ilptlvirrrtl llynm Montr: V. H No 1, njilra Irnfy, no offrrIngu: 1.:. S. N«». 1. Jl.. OMy lfi.00; \'. S. No 2, Irnfy. |H.50; V. H. N.I 2. $13. SO. 01 I 1 '. I LOS ANOKLBH, 8«M»< eftdy; llfht but' top 111.85. <\ittle, 3300, rou-n prcrlomlnntine, lo 40 rout* low**c; othrr 1o good JS.fttii nhort -ff»<J hi'lfpri* $ f __ * » ** * fprn fa. *.» cutter irmdeif $3.7MH 3, f . i:Ah'A«. !»0'V fulty ptpuily; vciiU'rvi tn '> .f>M ll^hi $6.AO$}-7.00; beavy mlvf* lo i In G3 j i f FOREIGN EXCHANGE Count? CUrk and IJi-Offioio Cterk of th* Board of Su|MO*vi«or« of itoe Kern, State «f California, I 31. Sept. 8, -10,,- IS, 1 every on em Prlo«» In kefplflf with thi Oirailiry, Tettpbo&i tiavii Offipi 2217 f*rr.«9 Lcu*t(t Wire) WA8HIXOTOK, Sept. K^-Th* lion of thfe treuHuri' on Bept«mher 4; IN APPRECIATION I W# vl»h lo thank our friends for thwir m«,ny $30.761,742,07; hftJanco, $1,886,120,87J,09; cuftiomn r«ceiptn for the month, $4,- »77,lJ8,3fi, Hecetpu for U>« fi**eal year (since July 1), $«*,710,S»7,30; eifpenditur**, ^L M ^£ ^ ^H ^ ^h .^ M. •• ^m 6^ ^^ ± ^ K* f * ^ *± ^___ -i- . M± ^ L i to bo MATT UK IH our ttlho wi^li to lovely .fJoral offer- T U ' AXl> : of omergeuey of- < d«M, of il,«o» ( 74t.SO (.{**ori<ttc4 Prn»4 Lranfd Wirfj NEW YORK, Btpt, 8.—Forelrn h«.n*r« lrr«vut»r; Oreai Britain tn othftrr In cent«'• Ortat Brit,* demand, 6.04%; cables, D.04%; 60- day bllln. £,0!tT4; Kranco 6.t>s%; ca4>lcM 8.&«H; Italy 7.87; oai>l*s 7-87. «^ 400,775,107.38; 32.50 «nd*r tin* -t Holland 67,7$; 80,10; + Mexico S 29.10, Tokyo *39.&«; Moninyil in lM ^ * - _4_ ^^ ^^f ff- WITHAM Street t '*_ •\..-.- r - r.- -.1 ATHER THE mcoabl 11.18*-* , mlxod . No. whit«» 4."n Selec ou f.c<t*ed ETA and common J. A. 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