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For Sal Improved Property KOFI SALE—A 3-bedroom mr/dcrn and ea- rape alUtohed with fruit (reek nnd garden. Innuirn Hi 703 Wood row or nt 703 Washington. ft FUR BALK, by private part> *s horn*, a yearH old: til* , ii-ronm sink, hardwood floors, floor furnace, fenced -in lawn. ba«-k yard; price IflflflQ. Pan IM* soen nt fi-0 (,'hnralana Drive. Wi UK land Square, br-- 5: -TO and 8 p. m. » SALE — Two-bod room nlurco. Wash- pe. garage. chicken equipment, fruit. lot 60x200. 530 Twenty-seventh, corner San DimaB. 91950. $1000 down. 54 Fl'RNISHKD S-hPdroom home. Biff bath. iwv.re pnrr-h \vitli aulomnt i> RHS water hrflter. built-in tubs, large living" room, Karnge; lot 52x1 27. Owner lea vlnpr • tate. Will sell equity. 131 L etrcft. _ fii) OILDALK — Attractive, clean. 4-room framo liouse, rear of lot; laiRe livine room. Uin- room, tile drnln. Rluasotl-ln sleeping fruit troep; nenr hup ; 1m- n. $3Gf»0: $13."»0 down. Phone -Mra. \Varnoi-U fifi porch. K»rape. mediato powsp $;ii") monthly. 2-fi-l-iri. \ For Sale— Improved Farm* FOR SALE — Ten acres with old house. Bnod well, cement piped, on Pioneer Drive. Price *7000: terms. Call Frp.ik Simon with Kelly <t Son. Phone 5-5091. ____ 65 TWKXTY acres alfalfa, just ready to cut, bo will show how veil thi« mound produce. 1 *; large barn, rould bo I urnod into Tnllkint? burn ; corrnls; well -built phnp. feed house, f.hlcken oniilpment; 1e;un. implements and a pood country home. partly furnished. Soe this for uu awfully good buy. Will tnke small home large lot. half acre or urn* and tin down payment, Klwood's, Wanted to Buy—Automobiles Wanted to luy—Automobiles For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures For Sale—Miscellaneous ^^ ™ "•* ™ ™ ™ ^^ ^^ ^F . _ _ _ — — — ——-——^-^^— ~^~ ^fc^^_ J ^-_^fc_^^_^^ J »^ J ^^ J ^^__^ J ^^ J _^___ ^_^ . ______ __________ _ _ _______ __________ _ . - ___ ___. — __.__ —_ — — - — _--_—--..,. • i • ii— — — — —- — —*- 55 Special 70 ACRES, one-half mile north of Weedpatch store on TVeedpatch Highway. Old house, good well, perfect soil; in alfalfa and' cotton now. Can have possession January 1, 1945. Price $21.000. one- half cash, balance easy terms; one- half minerals. Don't let this one (?et away. Elmer Martin, phone 220 Haberfelde Building. 56 FIVE ACRES, east of town, fine soil, good water conditions, beautiful location for lovely country home, not too far out. Kindig Realty Phone 4-4851. 64 IMPROVED RANCH NKAR WASCO One section oC fine level land, hfchly developed. Has vines, fruit and 280 acres open that yielded 295 sacks per acre. Excellent water conditions. Immediate posBesslim and priced right. Box fi60-B, The Callfornlan. _ 0-27-tf 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch; 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good Improvements, beat one-man hog and cattle setup in California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will pay 12 per cent on Investment. 160 ACRES well improved ranch, d house and lots of water, best alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A H, Karpe. Phone 9-9C71. _ 7-29»tf HALE — Have a fine 40-acra ranch it.hln 2 miles of Hhnfter; eood house and impr'-vrmentB. plenty oi water; 15 acrea of alfalfa, all suod potato land wild priced to sell. Also have fine 20-Rcre ranch at Wasco; one acre ot strawberries, one acre of .mysenberries; good big hoiiHe. \Vitl Include team. »-o\v and farm lools enough to run the place. Pine well and 1« pipelined. Poayession at once. W. f. Thomas. WOHCO. Phone «:;!* and .110. (.4 ONE AND ONE-HALF ACRES, Rexland Drive; lights, water, gas available; good cement foundation for house already in. Beautiful location lor nice home, chickens, fine vegetable garden and even a cow. Out-of-town owner says let it go for only $1-150. Phone 4-4861. Kintlig Realty Company, 2812 Chester. 55 Unimproved Land For Sal FOR SALK— 40 acres un oiled road nil IPS west of Highway 99 Southern Tacific railroad and the town of Pixley. Old th.-ck house, outbuilding. $100 per acre cash for quick sale; one-half oil ffoca. Kelly & Son. 1712 Chester avenue, Phone 5-5031. 55 TOO ACRES gra?Jng land in Lorn In e canyon. Call 2-7564. 1671 Chester. 55 =-= Oil and Mining _^^__^^_^^_^^_^^. - ^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^ ^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^r^^f^^f^^f^^f^^r^^f^^f^^ SALE—Oil and cay lease 60 acres, 10 shallow well*. 6 producing about 600 barrels IS-degree gravity monthly. Remainder wells need reconditioning. Royalty one-eighth upper sands, one-sixth lower. Possible deeper sand*. House, machinery and equipment. $20,000. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 5-5091. 65 For Sal Trailers READY Cash for Your Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contracts. MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue _ l-18-tf FOR SALE—Ona 2-wheel trailer, rood liree and in wood condition. Reasonable. Jn- qulre 3811'A K street. M FOR SALE—A 4-whecl heavy-duty trailer, with good side boards; no tires. At 21'9 •\Voodrow street. Taft. Calif. 55 NEW 2-wheel house trailer. 7x1(1 feet In sine. Rood rubber, fully equipped fur DIP road. 701 West Ca.sn. Luin n_. .M» ."WO-WHEKL camptnK trailer, factory rnado; canvas (op and Hides open In form living room: built-in bPil. Phone 2-aiTIi. HKAVY 2-wheet trailer for sale. Krieger Service Station, Union and Brundapp. , I'hone 2-1H44. 55 20-FOOT 1942 "Traveleer." butane range and heater: awning, like new. Cash or will tradi ? for part payment, Rear of Rainbow Auto Court, Edison Highway. 55 For Sal Automobil AUTOMOBILE AD COPY must contain license number; If out of state license. state muni be Included tn copy. 3-4-tf FOK SALE—1038 Pontlnc coupe (7A1195) sood tlrps, J700 cash. See at 312 Alpine street. 64 1-"OP. SALK—fi-foot frisidaire. Kenmore WHfthln.fr machine, Air-\vay vacuum rleaner. wit'.i attachment*. _t-piecp liv- inK i oom i»el. rhlnTR <-hairn. circulatinR heater, bathroom heater. Pntlco console Prefer sell ins HI one unit. Also i. tools nnd mis'-ellnneouB. -."• 1 <> r. r. STOVK with high ovrn. good condition. 5^0. Call at ?lfi r-:n»t Nlneternih «r phone .Mt'ST sell today. 2-bedroom arts, Inner- mattresa, and dining set. I'hone FOR USED CARS Mi«c«llan*ou» DRIVE YOUR CAR TO R YOUR CHEVROLET-BUICK-CADILLAC DEALER For Sal THE OFFICE OF PRIOR ADMTNSTRA* TION has set dollars-and-cents ceiling prices on used refrigerators, washing machine*, vacuum cleaners, typexvriters. bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maximum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual welling his personal household effects. For information concerning these nnd all other ceiline prices, call the Rnkers- field War Price and Rationing Board. Phone fl-9419. 5-13-tf WASHING MACHINES Kepalred. quick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf 9-21-tf WE BUT ALL fir OF CARS ONE-DAY SERVICE Grade A Truck Rubber MENDERHACTSEN'S 801 Niles Phone 3-1402 CS FOU SALE— GlaHH offk-e partitions. ln- <iuiro Bakcrpfiekl Ire and Cold Storage __ Cuiiipa 1 1 y. phone 3-1 SS4. _^ __ No. I ALKALPA hay for onle $21 a ton; 1 j mile north of Rosedale Service Sta_ tmn. west of read. Phone 2-9070. _ CABBAGE. Cauliflower, broccoli, chard. UKe. celery, onion seta Htra \vberry ntH, raspberry, bin ck berry anil flower Mis; bulbs, s< tds and fertilizer; fruU, nliH(le trees and cliruba. Plant them now. Ki u liter Nursery, .101 Eighteenth H1 IPOt . _ lfl-2-tf ONF. six-bo'p Ice cream cabinei in perfect condftlon: can be nsetl for home storage of meat. etr. Man's bicycle, motor ncoot*»r and complete dictaphone set, in- rluilinp rrcorcier, transcriber. record nhaver and 111 records. Phone 9-9401 or cull at 17UO K street, Bakersfield. BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9745 7-11-tf Wanted to Buy—Automobllos WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf WANTED to buy, late modol sedan. Dodpp or DeSoto. I'hone 8-tt735. _ 54 For Sale—Automobila« 194G FORD— 95-horBepower truck (BEPC 8793), with good rubber and 3-epeed Brownie; also a 28-foot semi, hydraulic vacuum brakes with 8.25x20 tires In eooJ shape. Phone Bakersfield 2-4.09 evening*. Also 1937 Ford dump. <BEV 8SDO), nev/ tires and 2-apeed Eaton rear axle. 607 Norrts Road. 64 SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional cash to complete purchase of car? If so. Just phune or drop by the A CM ffi FINANCE COMPANY, opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. W. J. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone <-6796. 1-12-tf FOR SALIC— 19X8 convertible Packard coupe (Calif. 7BflOii8.) Five good tire*. first class condition, will bell to private party only. Phone Rhafter 887, or see at iy8 Golden West avenue atter 6 p. m. _ 55 FOH SALE — Dodge •creen delivery. Good condition. Call at 1101 Drury street all day Sunday or after C p. m. Monday. (Calif. .9A.J29-!.? _ 04 194L' CHEVROLET 1 Mi -ton truck. 208-inrh iHi*, Iti-fooL rial rack. -Vfoot Mulifl lik« i.f\v. Will tako lute model car nr pickup :n trnde or soil for rash. (PCI-.K11J). <"an be seen 11.! Kentucky en uei. Aha Vista Courts, apartment 1'. ____ 56 FOR SALE— 1941 Furd convertible G-pas- seneer roupe. Will takn choapor car and difference. See Claude Norman al Sullivan's court, ttouih 99 Highway, or cull L l -9194 after 6 o'clock. (34H9C9). _ Rfi HOl.'SE TRAILER, factory built, good ttrps, airbrakes; sloops four. Will lake car, pickup. 2-wheel trailer, furniture. for part payment. 801 Irene street. Fifteen per cent discount for cash. Phone 2-0243. _ 55 FIRST $275 cash takes 1935 Ford sedan; good tires, ba'Ury and motor (2M112.H). Kreiger Service Station, L'nion and .Brundage. Phono 2-»444. GO To choose from 1<n;.s to 1942.S CLIFF GREKNL.KAF TAVEXT1ETH and "EYE" STS. TO CLIFF GREENLEAF'rf TWENTIETH and "EYK" STS. Browse around, look our lato model cars over. If you see what you want, tell us! AYe will let you sell yournelf a car. 56 1933 PLYMOUTH sedan (903.1956). Call between 7 a. m. and 6. p. m. 830 Twemy- first street. _ _ 54 1939 FORD sedan (9B6432), Call at 909 South Chester. Phone 7-7141. 5G 1941 INTERNATIONAL pickup (123-862 Okla. * for sale or trade for late model rar. Perfect condition. 530 Recker Shftfter. 64 1941 FORD pickup (RR2047). Will trade for Into model sedan. 2217 "Eye" street. apartment 5. 55 to I'ri'vlociH NAVAL SECRETARY HORIZONTAL 57 Cheer k l Pictured U S. 58 Ocean , Secretary of 59 Forenoon Navy during , Wilson administration, Josephus —7 Makes speech 63 Lift 12 Exist VERTICAL (ab.) 60 Sneaky 61 Anger 62 Inheritance PMMIMN 3CRVKC COMMU«D IUV ADMIT) 13 Knock 14 Mother 15 Skill 16 Beverage 17 Dined 18 That one 19 Pastry 20 Auricles 22 Prepare for publication 23 Canvas , shelter 24 Bone 26 Musical note 27 He served during — War I 30 He built a large wartime 34 Lyric poem 35 Also 36 Proclamation 39 Permit 41 Measure of area 42 Rhode Island (ab.) 43 Thin 46 He was , Secretary of the 49 Treaty 53 Possess 54 Laughter sound 55 Air (comb. form) 25 South Dakota 40 Tear I Tropical fruit (ab.) 43 Suffer loss 2 Space 3 Close 4 Age 5 Tardy 6 Raced 7 Leave out 8 Rodent 9 Binding material 10 Ireland 11 Let it stand 21 Sun 23 Sesame 26 Mezzo forte (ab.) 27 Trouble 28 Unusual 29 Portuguese coin 31 Greek letter 32 Era 33 Infant 37 Is able 38 Transpose (ab.) 39 Gross (ab.) 44 Female sheep (Pi) 45 Anatomy (ab.) 46 Cognomen 47 Urn 48 Shout 50 Operatic solo 51 Small wagon 52 Biblical pronoun 54 Chapeau 56 Grain FOR SALE — One brand new pipe die set. ni7.e >i! to 1 ti.ch. Phone 2-9063. 220 FruU vale avenj-e. __ FOR SALE— Fine clean. Inafy alfalfa hay, 23 per ton. Will deliver. Phone 2-7049. COM rLETB body and fender rt pa 1 ri nr also fron: wheel alignment. Charlee Vigstrom'fl Garage, 1620 Twenty-eighth •tieet. Fbone 2-7987. 4«ia-tf GRANT pliton rtnM lait longer. Mntor tuned up. greasing and oiling; car • tor- age Glue Ribbon Garage. 1916 Nineteenth. Phone g-0674. 1-15-tf WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. QMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter C SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-51*97 Eighteenth and V 1-4-tf Motorcycles and LITTLE GIRL'S sidewalk bicycle with coaster brake, $20. Also Lionel electric tr:iin, track mounted on ply hoard; «ome extras. >lil.6Q. Slip Irene street. MOTOR scooter and man'i bicycle in excellent condition Phone 9-9401 or call at 1700 K street, Bakcrefleld. 56 MOTORCYCLE—1940 Harle.v "61" overhead, new paint, sport ehleld. saddle bags. fTood tirea. $600. Call 7-7691. extension 225, Corporal Spurrier. 55 RAILROAD WATCH, 23-.1fWPl Waltham. Call after 7 p. m., i21'J Kast Eighteenth. or ph.me 6-f.7-J 7. fi .1 FOR SALE— Front room gas heater, hathronm heater, J.1.50; flectric healer, $10; Hawaiian guitar. $8. C05 Wa«h- street. dale. PIPE THRWADEK with electric motor attached; t^e J i-inch to 2-inch pipe. Kor quick sale. $154 Prewar lawn mower, good condition. R20 Irene. __ A PAIR of beautifully matched silver fox furs. Phono 2-4402; after 6 p. in. 2-4454. _ PREWAR bedroom set with Inneraprinir mattress and uprinffs, $K'5. and 2 pair of lined drupes. Call at 1617 Alta VUtn Drive. LITTLE OfUL'S sidewalk bicycle with roaster brake. $-0. Also Lionel electric train; trark mounted on plyboard: some extras. $21.50 Man's prewar bicycle, rondl. ion. 5 JO Irene street. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ - - - -- r^^^^i^~^^^^^^^.^^-^^~^^^^^^^^^f^^^^ •^^••.^^i^P^B^^B^^H^^V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^I For Sal«—Lumber FOR SALE— Two cabins. 12x18; ono^nrape, 18x3fi; .0-foot wall, to be moved. C. E. Wright. Route 7, Box 482. Bakersfield. fi'i FOR SALE— 12-prnupe Winchester, model 97, perfect condition, $55. with two boxen of shells. 211IJ Monterey street. _ Ijfi WHITE FORMAL, lady's tallowd white Palm Beach slack suit, man's hiRh-ton prewar boots, never worn; football shoes. _ Phone 3.3173. _ SALE— Beautiful black lace and chiffon dress, street length, size 40, $15; lady's ahoes. 8-A. $2 and $3. Phone 8-8.'t68. TWO LIVING ROOM light fixtures, one electric heater, one single bedsprins. Phone 4-48T.4. FOR S A I..E—Twin beds, springs, drosser, chf-st of drawers, dressing table, desk. niff, coat* and dreseeii. ei7.e 14; one prfuticull- new black fox jacket, large brass bed. box springs and other thingf. Phone C-7401 or 2510 Eighteenth. WHILE IT LASTS FOR SALE — Two pairs boy's brown size 9B and 10 U: one pair girl's black patent sandles. si/e 11!; two girl's coats. .size t;, nil wool: two pairs girl' a wool Mackf. size 4 ; one red school coat, size Iti. all wool. Phone 2-2 Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farma. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 9-19-tf HOI'TS A BOX Cut Rate Lumber Yard, 2:.'00 Edison Highway. Bakerafield. 9-30-tf -^^^^^*^*^^^^*^*-^^^^i*^^^****^^^***^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^fc^^M^^H^^BM^^K^CEESSS^^^MSS^ •^•••••^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ For S«l>—furniture, Flxtur«» USED FURNITURE want«fl, We call any place in city and ffive free «8tim»tCB. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phqne 7*7021. g-12-tt FOR SALE—New and used mattreitea: all kinds of furniture, radio* eold. traded and repaired. First class workmanablp. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. On Taft Highway. IH miles we«t of Greenfield. 6» BllOADFKLT CARPKT in green, sand rnsL and wine. 9 feet wide, nt $1.98 to j'J.SJi Hijuare yd.; new all-nteel bunk bods, complete with uprinsa Hiid pads, price $41!.40; one used coilinc fan, $19.50; one used resinurnnt coffee urn, $10; six veneinble rackn for grocery Btore; one Furratid piano (used), Sllii; one Behr Hroihers piano (used), $225; one large fi-burner electric heater. 220 volts. $19.60. Ximmy'a Furniture Company. 1111 Nineteenth street, west oC Grey- WE HAVE the following uscft trie- tor tires, which may be purchased without certificate. 11-30, 10-38, 900-36, 825-36, 650-16, 600-16. Bengino's Auto Service Twentieth and K streets. 9-28(f. SPARK PLUQ and power takeoff tire pumps, chai hoists, rubber tire wheelbarrow, poultry netting, inch mesh. Immediate delivery. Lfnder Hardware Company. Tulare. 66 Flying and balsa model plane kitfl. jeeps, trucks, tnnka, iVHps fitting^, balsa wood carving knives, dope and cement. Come In and look around. Edward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth itreet. 8-22-tf FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS • Load It Touraelf BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 8 Miles South of- Town 9-5.tf FOR SALE—New Oliver 2-way plow, with 18-inch bHBeg. Phone 2-6829. 54 TIRK RECAPPING ri ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE C-6069 hound bus depot. 5.1 FOR SALLE—Four-burner "Hardwick" upright gns range; 75-ponnd Coolerator. Both slightly u«ed. Call 324 H Htieet. or phone 2-1456. city. 66 BURROUGHS adding ninchlne: Duolherm oil-burninp heater; cabinet-type wood and conl-burning heater. See *L 1U07 California avenue. f»fi ^^^^^^^ m _^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r m -^^^jl^^.^-—HM— m ^^f^V—j^mf^^ff^^^l^^fBFiB ^•••^^^^^^^•^^^^•^^•^^•^^fc^ ^fc--a I, • • • ' i ^ «-• FOH SALE—GaKera & Sattler upright oven gaa range. Phone 8-81^6. 5j[ FOR SALE—One 3-pieco Monterey bedroom suite. In perfect condition. Phone 2-2533. (.'all mornings before 11, cveninKB after 7 p. m. 5li 2-29-tf "Paris Liberated" and "Yank* Capture Guam" and other newereeU. 8-mm and itt-mm erenlc. adventure* and aports pictures. New cartoons, Little King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Ed- ward'a Camera Exchange. 1609 Nine- tcenth. 9-19-tf GET fOUR rubber aiamps from Bakersfield's only rubber stamp company. You will be satisfied with Its prompt eervlce. Pads. Inks, daters of all makes. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8-8102. 69 The choice of many fine stones pur-1 chased in our office. j 2 r *n carats, a blue Jasor, perfectly t made with n slight Hcintrh on one orltre. This is the finest diamond on the markpt, repMrdless of cost. The gem is worth $IUnH>. A real investment value at $-025, plus tax. .Mounted to suit. .97 carat, absolutely perfect blue- white, now mounted for your np- proval in white gold setting, embellished with six small diamonds; modern Tiffany. An investment value, complete at $825, plus tax. This ring is undorpriced $.'100. .;>." ran.t. absolutely perfect. A premium blue gem sot in modern Tif- fnny white pold with one large blue mcllce on each side of center ptono for your approval. Our investment value, complete. $.100 plus tax. This job is worth $500. •%-carat perfect blue white "Wessel- ton. now mounted in white gold modnrn Tiffany setting with two small diamonds on sides. Complete at $2_.r». A big saving in popular size stone. Many more to choose from KARL McEVOY Diamond Broker 318 Haberfelde Building- Ph on e_5-53ft_7 "_7 VACUUM CLEANERS, irons, toasters, heating pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-bach iruarsnte*. Huntley Applinnct Service and Repairs. 917 Watf»r street Phone 2-4670. 64 NOW IS THR TIME to fertillr.e before the ralr.n bepln: 100 r«r cent pure dairy frrtilizer. mechanically pulverized: $6 per loud, delivered. Phone Rusk's Dairy. JM027 or 2-93S1. 54 ELECTROIAJX cleaner nwners. for parts or service, cnll your authorized Electro- lux serviceman. Marvin Herrinir. 2-8970. Electrolux Corporation. 1831 Oranire street. Trading Quiet on N. Y. Stock Market Che JJafeerfifielb Caltfornian Monday, October 2, 1944 | NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE n stuck h thr* today. pains points i IK; las a XK\V YOKK". Oct. 7. <r.P> — rfn^cth In airt.-rafts nnd firmnoss rail O'liiipnu'ii! and MOP! sh a sniali advanoo in ft h«»ft »ro noon ;s quiot. airrraft ^rnup sror^ u' in im iit-t ha n t hrci in \\'ritiht Arr.inaulira!. 1 at its lii^h u as up a puint tn n*'\v tr»p for tlio \-oar. liooii (Iruniinan and * 'nnsnlidatfd-VuIU'o wc-rt' up frar-t inually to nf>\v hiirlis i'nr iho \-car and LurUhood orji its hiuli on a similar t;ain. f^'lhlohr-in St--ft slmt up than a point. Tnii^d Statos liail a smallrr advancp. In rail oqnij)niontv. fractional ; \vero smrcd in Lima, l.omni and Anirrif a n I .ncdnint i\-o, latter oqualintr its 1H-I4 poak. Pullman slipped off fractionally on filing of its plan tn nHl its car business for $M.000.OIK). A .\ A A A A A A A A A A A A A A .VKU" v r fVI"' l.-^-.;f .]• !i,s Cl.;i 1 i • ' : • ' ; n M" • h 'i Mi'-i i' ;i n in*'!' ' :i ri 1 )| " ' ' , - n : ' ' r * ' ' T ' > : ' * Ml' ' ' i -!M MUM ;• n n tivi !• .1 r, n i. .....1-1 ' C '.Ur ,< 1. hi.-'. n, • [,'. Ml '••• • • I — •1 f* Tn • 11*3* i'»rui i T* 1 ! -I n v 11! n . d I- — r I r tin • tip . , , IT • I M ! M : f -\ Ii:. l <;: . -. )P irry Mr K'^^n-i A- Flf.l \fnntsc« % m«*ry Ward «h KrI vina lor B 1 + -. if •* ..-. 20 .- 11 m -. • - 1 ' " "I * •>•*•, 2 1* : I 2:' •% Nil f ron** I \;i t .onu r ; iiers • * « *' ^ • A nil • M ^ F • , A nir A M : : \\ M i ii* 1 -^ •« M;uin !'*>r n 1,1 P t IM 4 k V J Pfj\vr r N- .v York </• r. f ra I \'-i * h .A rnon< nn A VM * h A nK-ru -in V>] ' h«M n r l}\ -r, l Ml I',:- ion ,, n 1 f 1 . 1 > • I H k;t n A H t.' \ - T ic^n n L;I 1 t h *» 4 : ' .1 . I Pijl*! i r \ e t he I. _ 1 1* 1 - *• h<'H:j [>* j hi ' st.'T • • U;:i t ' 1 i J ! J I : t I n , I . "Ml I1M M L of N". J A \ s K< I M I • \ * 4 * i • h FOR SALE—-f> tons Rood alfalfa b:iv, $_._.. 50 per ton. rnaflpUlc: AVIII deliver. Call 2-80S5. No Sunday calls, Seven Issues Up on Los Angeles Market LOS AXGEI.KS. Ort. 2. <JP)— Knrly prices troiuloil upwunl tochiy on a fnirly anivo turnovor of -4(ir>0 share? with srv^n issu(?s up, four down, and 1- imrhaiiKorl mi l ho l^os An^oli' Stock Kxchunge. Coiisolulateil Slot 1 ! rnmnion, Sin clair Oil. Stnndanl Oil of raliforni ;nul Transiimericu \verc fractionally hi 1 M \ Sn U Ii It h in. ni '!' i • • - • »; i-; 1 ri ^ m-r I 1 1 'J t Jf>V I 1 ' U" -i,i 1 " L r.p rti • A i -» "\ n 1 I • I I ^t '"i I *HtSol nl;. nil { :i in*on l iMM » un VnM ur pur-,, t inn ( *il ". I~v!:i\v;i k a ii i ..... V 1 ^ :!« * v l F + - - itim la M A i r '" i"a f t l>u Pont P** Nrinnm man Knthi k n<: Anln I .ii., ] Ji- Ho;H . . . 1 1 \i^ Tnu rr u ml 1 f ;i ] Vllri T r ir l n I J^'nuls UiP i r| -<* J 'Ml Sr.un!;ml S. * Hl-i tr:r * of * :rt!irMrni;i nf Indiana .... Oil of N. J "nrnpnny n 4 + » F • * Tr: Air I 'nmn n 11 o ghe aciie Sinper nnd White elertrlcs and trendies. We repair any make sewins machines or vanuum cleatiers. Work guaranteed. HemHtltclnns while vm w;ui 1iO'J Went K.ghth. Phone 3-9437. 69 Sh' -luiry and J !t:!5l. 69 Kh-rtrU- i::."^ FERT1L1ZKR for stable. We deliver. Phoii THE WORLD is a world ol sound. To mo it would seem dead without my VACO- LITE. Clement Hershey. ^705 Center. phone 2-0571. VACUUM CLEANER, irons, clocks and all •mall appliances repaired. No delay. General Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone _3-9278. 8-8-tf CLEAN. BALED alfalfa hay for snle. Also one thoroughbred Hampshire boar, Phone 2-4QT.9. ^ 57 FOR SALE—John-Beore pitch-in hay baler. "Write Box 16-F, The Californian. 55 ^ . ^—^^•.^^^^•.^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^•^^^•^P^^^*^^^*-.^* ONE Dalton addtnR machine, $03, See nt 7l!9 Texas street. ,. ,7C5 MM. American Eagle I>. W. M. oxrnllent condition; holster and shells. 16l!0 Bernard. T\;i ndnii IS-t re ll pd ^ l *T! < Mm , . . 3I;i nut-H in? nit, < *u, Pnriflc Oii^ and Ilyan Arr* naulu-al -I Suirlair OH .-.. Snnfn.ir Dfim Start's . . Snulhern ('jillfoi nia 1-MiHun SlHMdard Oil of i'lililornin rransani^ru-H , L'niuii Oil of r« ..forum .... •* eoiu ll IiM-iIx I^ F . r *l'ir^ i\- K < I r«--:M \iirt h.M n [la . Ir^i, vJ ( Vn lu.r'a t ;i*n ,. -M -H M.u; t IrcshiA" f-t 11 k r rrn;i l mn j ! 1 la i \ rsi - r t Mi'*nmt innnl Nickel i"ii n f in *M MM ! 'I'M^ I 1 l ;i IH- r •t' » ] \ : 1 7 ' 1 H J 4 nil Pa * \ I J A ir r nf < if ' »»**»• I'll 1'n l'!5 nn I l j 1 ! -. ';, 'I ' i M \V. - 1. Klec. Sh'-rt Mfe ub? .............. 40 PI* rnrir 6 FOR J^ALE—1J141 dolnxo Klrhv vncnum, with all nttnchments. Call at Cabin '.t. Header Motor Court, 3 miles aou'h oC town on HiRhway ny. 64 FOR v SALR—Two feather comforters. ^cneap. _ Plume jM!73'i. ^ &4 REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock nf leather and accessories Tor repairing. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nineteenth reet. 8-23-tf *^ Gl Bo long: •^fc— C a b4^fem«^« lean 9 it oat lasts. h ay. $2 Phone 2.50 3-20 per 78. ton. OB 64 FOH PALE — Montgomery Ward roriBiiT. Very good condition. 3-0^02. Phono 54 A CRNTI-KMAX'S 10-Jewcl gold Walton \valch: a porch swing and a small center table. Tfl) Beech. Phone 3-1718. 54 Cotton Futures XV.W YORK. Or i. 1'. (£>)-•- Trndinir 'n • mm WHS i(uitM lodiiy iia furthiT <le- ili on tho uovf 1 rn men r woro n \v« itiMl. i -iyht ini'l liquidation were ahaurbed mill luiyniff. Ofl'crinps in spot fairly substantial at vn't- ni.irkptu \v;tli drsirubK? quMlitics at iwrilv or better, and anove huyin-i ,n-ico. Lnlo ul'irrnoon prices worn lii to .j rnnt * IL bn!«' lower. Ortohpr "D.OD, DiM-.Miibcr 'J'J.O?,, nnd ^larch 1!:' 10. Kut u r*'fl ' low J 4 5 to 7 & <-en( H a hn le lower. orloher 22.03. Dncomhrr i;i.n:t, March 2 '2. 02 «P I'! 1 .04. May 22.01. .Inly LM.MfflM.Sfi. Mnlilltnc spot 2J.:>!) nuni- inal. off 10. Los Angeles Livestock T.os ,\Nni5LKS on. - 1 . fU.Pi—r.ittiP sn I able .M*0i). ( 'I-WH fit ii'ty nctivo, t ullv slfa.lv: nthoi r|nBK«a slow, about Htcuijy; m to t. r noil hoail slffM's $i:i.riO''i 14.50; tn i-hciicp bt'lil ahovn Jlii.fiO: ronimou to MH'-ium S.11 _*>11.2r»: loin! irood Wyoming hoiOrs $l.J.i;."i: otluM 1 ifrnMsorB $!t.;>«'(i' 1'2 r,0; nitMlium to Knnd rows $1 0. 2S «? 1 '2. 2Ti: ruttPi-H to romnion J8.2. r i(&MO: dinners nnd ruttrrs S.'.riOiU'^: ni^ilium to pood bulls $1). 50 ^ 10.70; medium to tood foeders $ D , r i 0 (?/' 11. CalvrH sainblf 1400; utronir (o S1 hlKlier: mi'dltnn to i-hoirp calves $11 UiM ;i. F)0. HOKH Fnhiblt! L'jOO. fn'tivc, wlnndy; mod- Itiin -tn choioo 1SO-240 Ib.s. $15; medium to rlmirt; SIIWH $ 1 Ol' 1 5. Shoep salable none. flood to choice woolod la mbh riuoti-d 11 3. r.O <& 1 4. Poultry and Eggs 2. < u P>— Los Angeles Produce A\<;KI.I-:S. on. L 1 . l/P) —Tiatlmir in frMUs and v.-yotii hies wan modi-rait 1 t(»J;'<y. K(y« and nqunsh \\fit 1 wrftUt-r: t:eK'iv dull E<i s!i«liLl,v \\cakiir. oK^plant and nspanmns «]iubily .*<! i oiiKt'r: t aiiliflnu't-r jsteady in firm; toiuatncs slishtly vvoaktT ttMvlcii'y; Mioa.lv nn 4s, sli«lu!y wewUcr on .'.s. • \\ l., Smtoma t tnimy Jonat, <!nldt-n DelirniiiM »nd $7.M); \Viit nonvillf KfllellMers. Idnltn .fonathun^ $7.7ft; Santa Sin uli i 'idfi-s I5.i»'.i ('.' i>. J.oc'.-il extra lancy and select New Highs Reached onS Market i Iia us, HultH'.S -t-tior $.">-/"; l.'lara <• rt 2.I.: II). A vcujndop r tb. : Xabals 2nfi'2;V lb.; Ryanw IinK» 14^.1;,,- 11.. Ki-ntm U.VH. local and San plrco rnunty and northern 1'H^ 1'-'. Ii! lb. ; limns. lui-;»l ami S-.ni Dirgo county bush 7 «i Do lb. San in Barbara county. K'ed ('abba ice: l-o-'al < 'annonball. c rat PS -fiOfti :i.7fi; Bn-lb. Macks. 1'iah and Colorado Si'; i 'I'd t-iibbaKP. loral. rrato« $.'». ('atilal'UipH; Local, Saupus and Hiversidn Ilulo's I lest, .iiimhn 3d s and larBtT $-.''(!' " ',!)• fjuleior k. luldpd era f OP jumho :ttis and lai-ifi-r $:t. 2f»ti ! :i •'•°: Snu -loannln valley, iumbo r.lis and lars'-r $3C(i;:i.90; i'ren- sbaw's. Sa-i Joatium valley, jumho 4s-tJa r: T.oral Snowball, rrateo. un- trimnuMl $ 1 . 75 ft - --."> : Santa Tiara cnunty puny crates, Santa Barbara county '.'. y; '.oral Pasrnl 2 0-2 2 inch o Santa Clara county, T.O'-a! Goldpn Cross, 3-3'/i_ RATE your home with mirrors. We specialize In morrors for mantela. walla and doors. Bakerstleld Glass Company. 1715 Nineteenth street. 1-lQ-tf Radios, Musical Instruments •or FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3-27-tf _^^A4^^H^^^^^^^k*^H**M«^BWWW^^M^^4PB^M^h^BV RADIO REPAIRS Quick Bcrlvce. General Service Company. 313 Baker. Phone 2-9278 4-24-tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radloi. Poet on Radio Service, corner of K and 99 Hlghwo>. Pbone 2-0498. 2-1-tf ••••P^^*^**^*^^^^ o ANC.I-:LI-:S. Ot-t. ^ WUulcoalo pricoH consumer Brad« A r»r. 'Q ".lie. crude H Corn dox. ....... . l-:KKpl<'iiit: Loral nnd San JOHQUIII vul- Icy 7 ti* K'tc H». 'j.fltui'i*: I "ry r>in-k, Simla Harbjira couui.\. San J-.uiti Olnspo munly und ^onville, i'rutns 4 do/., $4.1<J; San county. 4s $-, Onions: yiroot sains. &0-ln. sacks Spnn- lo. ul $11. 1.J: While C.lohf-ff. Inral SAX KRAXCISCO. Oct. 2. N>\v highs pave the stock market a mildly bullish appearance today, though most bids sagged. Among new tops, United Aircraft and Con- solidatcd Vultee were up around 1 from last sales here, and Pacific American Fisheries and Bethlehem Steel up \'A. Bendlx pushed up 1 und a dozen others edged higher while a half dozen lost ground, including Pacific Cement preferred, u f f - r i. — ClORft A irrrat't -*..». **5 " '*H*« 16 5 14 H 15 Vj 22 dium, srnde A Birmll, grade A " '\ .-• „ ,1 t 'H'fs to consximor : Bi-ado AA liuiMflr 1 . Rrade A fiJift'-CCr. H 4(>Ctf' .ac: medium. «rada A A f.G^ file, «rndp A r.G<5'H»r: nmnll. grndn A rnndlcd Bradod CRKH to rutailprs T.nrBP, trade AA BS'sO »!>(-. gradn A 66 T)7i'. cradr II Sfi^aSf: medium. Rradn A A 50(Wri_:i\ Brado A 4S®Oi.'c. small, grade A H 4 fci :! 7 o . Oovernmsnt Bonds NK\V YORK. Ort. ^. <.#>)— Th" of bonds on iho New York ijtuck $'l.7r>Trl'; boilr_'rfl. lornl White (Jlobes $2.75. IVarh: P,cauniont-Vii'-:iipa ("hnmpinnx. RO.s and lnr«er. 7c lb.: San Joanutn valley Champions, COH and l.ifBtr. 7e Ih.; \\ash- HiileH 1 ti ffi' 17'! H>. ^•H: Bolls, lo(a), Han Pi"Ko rnunty and northoni "(y'.H: lb.; KH'» i n '-bill 9'y 10c yellow rhlH JftfirU'c lb.; Jalopmos and chili tit- lb. .Sun Luis Obisno rnunly I'l.'Jc lb.: liUiulalupi* lu^-ftf-llc lb. ; Santa Clara munly M.Itc lb. I.nkft cuiiniy niul B, Sntua ri.n.^olirlati'd Chemlctil i.'rnwn '/.ellorbach pl'd DUiiorttio ... «• Dnnrnboi.'hor lOmporium-Capwell pfd.. Karns worth fJsilbuid MorcanUle .- ftolden State Libby-McNeill M^ugnax'ox M^nai.'st'O Manufacturing _....!.05 ract(ii>Am<»rU:an Fisheries 14Va Pacific (jaa A Kleotric 32 Pa^ifio LightitiK _. _. 44 Hb''em MMnu.acturing «™ 17 Hyan Aeronaut ical 4 s i Sound View Pulp .—. 2 Southorn Pacific „ «. 2 Standard Oil of California 36 Viutnr Kquipmnnt 5 AVuiulua Agpregutes _.. 34 Clara DiiUOc Hi. ; Winlor county 8c lb. We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio o Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0498 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Hlgheit cash prlcei paid (or new and used pianos. Phone 8-8981. 9-12-1. f CAR AERIALS for any make of car, $4.95 and up. Poeton Radio corner of K street and 93 Hishway._ »-l-tt HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radloa. Bakersfield Radio fupply. 2808 Chester avenue. Phone 2-6150. B-ll-tf WILL PAY hlifheBt cash pric« for your Dlano. Call 8-8678. 1-26-tf MUSIC SHOP, 906 Baker. inaCiument«, itipplleB and sheet music. Wo repnlr all muiica! instrument i; bows rehafred. 67 B-FLAT C'LAIUNKT. l *''lr_ r _JL |) *——• ~~ CAIl RADIO—91« Phone Rockers with springs, $27.50. Baby buggies, all-steel prewar construction, $14.95 and up. Blankets. A real buy at $5,95. Our living room sets have Cull spring construction and beautiful covers, $154.50 and up. 27x54-inch throw rugs, all-wool pile. Formerly $10.95, now $6.95. Just received a large shipment of beautiful hassocks and snag rugs. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester avenue, Just one block south of courthouse. 9-26-44 FOR SALE—Gas range. Phone 3-0085. 54 FOR QUICK disposal, Kasy washing machine, Frlddalre, rocking chair, boy's desk and chair, linens, silver, bed- upreacta, curtains, pictures, all kitchen utensils, Mixmaftter. dinner set, complete. IQlti California avenue, apartment A. 67 Rond. Typewriter*, Office Supplie* WILL PAT CASH for typewriters, addlnu machines, checkwrlters and cash reule- tere. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1«GO Chester avenue. _ 6-2!Mf WANTED— One nddint; machine In r-omUlion 54-44, B4-f,2. 100. . 70-65. 100.7, FOH Poultry and Livestock ^**~*^+*^l^»^M*~^'~**~>~~~+<***~*+~~-*~**~ SALE3—Two apan of »ood work mares, one brood mar* with colt. Mr, Groat. Phone 2-7066. 1-19-it ATTENTION Blood-tested baby rhlcks. brooders, poultry HuppltoB and feed. W** buy your «**• Chicks ?1S hundred. 2219 (Jnlon, or 814 Eighth. Phono 7-7028 or 2-9489. 2-1-tf BABV CHICKS. $15 per hundred. New Hampshire Red*. Rhod* liland R«di, Plymouth Rocka, Rock and Red Crosi. New shipment every Monday: order early. Also plenty of metftl feeders. founta»ni! and poulirv medicines. Ward's Farm Hearts Jtifi- l^r lb. ; \Vash niytnn prutu'f. hiil|-bushel bu-rkr-l JJ. - \VMMhinKtona 16-lb. finis H. J '01 a KITH; St rct't suit-**, inil-lh. ntf whlt« RansUR nnd T' l ba> b;n>i I -A. ?:l. 40 iff li.iiO; Jtussols, Jdnho, M;ili;in 'u> -. ."'0 ; '*. I'. White 5«umnior. lorn 1, Sun Di- OK«> county arid noi-iln'i-n Sl.T.'jiU 1 il.-ii ; >'«'!* low crnnHnPrk. local. Sail Dlnffn county nnd nitrtbern, IUKK $1.7j«fa.ar» nnnnnn, local and San Dleuo mnnty 2 '. ^ ;ir lb. Swi'et. put a tops: Loral and San Joaquin. all varletlos G.7^fi.2e lb. Tomatoes: Loral. San Pii-KO fount y nnd Ventura cnunty. IUK** 4xr>n to fiictls $.t ffii^.TiO: Sri n til Man:i. Gxos nnd 5xfiH $L> -ir 2.r.0; Santa Itarbarn. 2-laycr. f>x5s nnd 2525 Chester. 4-17-tf Store ••i i i • •* • OFFERING n number of outstanding year- Ilngr and 2-year-old registered Hereford bulls. A H. Karpe. Phone 9-8671. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roasting hens. River- vltiw Hatchery. 215 Roberta Lane. Phone 2-9395. 7-19-tf ATTJCNTION. POULTRYMENI Our Market In Open We Pay Tnpa for Fryers and Roastera One BlocVt West of East Bakersfield Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial 2-2458 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 76 BUY. SKI.!, or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards cast on Hoskina Road G8 FOR SALE—Black AHRIIS bull, well marked. John Elrioh, ono-half mile west of Rosednle. Phono 2-SO_!0. Los Angeles Cash Grain T.OS AMJKLKS, <Vt i:. (_V>—*Jrn qnotutionH from th*» Kodoral-Slale Market Now.-* Service. (Priroa iiuoted ure cvvt., fiold run, l n t-nrlotn only.) California bark-y. ciadinff 46 lbn.. bulk J2 U M* f i( -.17 '. . Tnxai* yellow mlln. No. 2, bulk. $_.M7'-1.<^ .^'-"a. r i( lifnrniu \vhcnt. bulk. No. 1 hard or not. \vhit,- 2.C.'.. No. 2 ualH. 3j Iby., bulk Los Angeles Hay T.O3 ANCKLKS. Oct. L 1 . (,?»»_Alfalfa nnd KI aid hay prices T ''in a itu-d u in: ban «<•(] ovrr tin- work end. Alfa M'a. I'. S. No. 1 $2H'(j. ati.no. i;. S. N«>. li ur^n nr No. 'J lf*aty J-ti^-S. i r . S. No. 2 $i'|W"3: »rain j bfty No. I barlc-y f^ti'tf-.S and N". 1 nats $;jii'fi oi'. Carlor ai rivals: 59 \vb"at, 5 bailt'>. ii corn, 1 oalH. 7 milo. IS fluur. - S7 hay. COMPLETE dictaphone .set. fnrlufllnir re- rordpr, t rnnflf-rihor. n-i-onl shaver nnd ] '2 rofordj*. nil In pXi-Hllcti' ron I'honn 9-H401 or call at 17UO K FOR SALI2 — I'l ra»)hitH. (loon onJ burks; very good for end of Now /(.'aland Whiles.: 4-rompartment hulchea that cost around $.'.(> uplfce now. Will well nil nt fraction of nriKlnal font If taken m once. Ala« 8*>ver»l hnnlv rh.rkens. verv •118 Goodman. WANTED TO BUY — Horses, hogs, cattle. nny amount. L. Anclemon. Route 2, Box 06. I'hnnc 2-700S __ 08 younv white ducks for sale. * Rites for Mrs. Newell to Be Held at Los Gatos Funeral sor vires will bo hold iJnrsday at ?,u»J West Main street, LOR (.utos. I'm* -Mrs. Aniuuda ISVwrll, !H). who died OcU<b«'r 1, at Los Gains following a short illness. Mrs. NVwel!, known to a wide circle of 1'riends as "Ma" Newell, was the mother of Mrs. Kli/abeth Newell. MOO ]>1U) 'JVrrJirc; \Vash Newell of thin city, and \V. J. Newell, with wlmni she made IMT lunnt? in Lus She alsn is Series Will Open Wednesday Continued From Page One nutcomo of the race to say who iu has in mind. "At this moment. I don't know who'll go against the Carda in the opener, and I don't give a damn," the grinning Sewell blurted. - r Observers are of the opinion, however, that he will start Nelson Pottor, the club's leading pitchei- with 19 victories and 7 defeats. Potter has won 13 of his last 15 games In which he has started since June 21. He has had the best year of his career and is cool under fire. How- over, it may be that the names of the opening pitchers will be kept secret until tomorrow. Billy Southworth, manager of the Cardinals, has refused to divulge his selection. but tho prospects are he will be Morton Cooper. The Cardinals will return home from Xew York late today after splitting a doubleheader with the Giants yesterday. Southworth undoubtedly will have his players out to Sportsman's Park tomorrow, working out an arrangement with Sewell for use of the field either in the morning or afternoon, All hough the Cardinals are favored in tho betting, the Browns cannot be counted out because of their great couragp and their ability to comes back after one serious disappointment after another. They led the league most of the season. saw x a seven game lead slide from under them. t.iUe tho lead quickly again, lose it just as quickly, and then tie up tho race to go on to ultimate victor v. "'They've got U—guts," explained Manager Sevveil. Phone 7-7 It r> t! . and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest atock in Kern county KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Son or a Phone 3-1488 70 Fruits and Vegetables ROASTING ears fur snl*». 1 rnllr south, milo wrst Green Acres uture on IliKhw.iy. A. I. Flmvpra. For See the DAVIS riJRNITl'RK CO. 1400 CHESTER AVE. 0(j WE HAVE ANOTHER LOAD OF NEW NORTHERN FREESTONE PEACHES. THIS IS THIS LAST LOAD. $1.69 A LUG. WHKLDEN'8 MARKET TWENTY-FIRST AND UNION TWO 4-H HtM»'i'rd .«ttt?r», weigh about !KM) -Hnni'lH. Kr.-iin f<-il. in B<»>d nhaiH- to bntcber. Choice for He pound. I.nul hoiisn on north sldi.' nf «t reet on Ar r«'H Drive. Clnien Acret^ wTTlTir^TlHKKniNtJ bu.-ks-, $..r,_ oa<h. SAT.K — A «it'id fiimilv (ow. !i'-«h (hi* und'Mo (if Octnhor. Hnller urn! nlti GAS RANGE—1108 Oregon. 64 GOOD davenport, librai'. table, round oak table, one almost new chenille rug. 9x]2. with waffle pad 2525 L. apartment A. 64 FOR S.M,E — Table top gas range; bedroom set Call at 208 Eaat Sixth. _ B4 FOR SALE— Practically new table-top all- white enamel gas range, used three months. Phone 3-1056. 66 FOR SALE — Sparks stove with oven. 110; Ire box. Wards Hteel. I IB: radio, connolr. 97, needa attention. If Interested call __2-58GO. _ 54 WESTINGHOUSB high-oven electric rftnge. (ItftheH. pillows, coffee tahlc, etc. Box 263. South Oak street. Whit* houne. ea»t side of Oak. 66 FOR SALE — Prewar 8-piec« walnut dining room auK*. Like new. 222 Weat Belle >y»nu». Olldale 66 PREWAR Apiece bedroom aulte. 100 hardwood, dovetail construction: Beauty* re*t. box spring and Beauty rest Inner* HprlnK mattress: two double bedsteads. one iron, cne wood : two double coll springs, two mattreues; child's desk and rhair; boy's bicycle, prewar, w I tb generator: one Iron single bedstead. Phone S-«4»8. 9.1ft Truxlun. BR SEVEN-FOOT OeneriJ Electric refrigerator for sale. 1\4 mites youth Edison Road on Weed Patch Hfghvray. Harry Brown. Route 6, Box 26*. Large table-top stovoy, with pilots, white enameled, $9!).GO. 3-piece eastern mahogany bedroom set with dresser, $149.50. Large selection of 2-ptece living room sets, full spring construction, $154.50 and up. Sealy tuftless mattresses, $39.50 Play yard* nicely finished, $6.95. Use yoi^F budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. J1400 CHESTER'AVENUE Just one -block south of the Courthouse 59 NOTICE J. it J. Electric Iron Shop 611 Nineteenth Strecr Hay h»vt b«tttn* •i«m«nt* to fit your iron. Cords anrt «, few motor* for ute. *9 SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn. Te§, we deliver. Pioneer Mercantlla Company. Phone 1*1111. l-18-tf LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover ewtepen available only to persons having old Hoover* to trad* In. Liberal allow* nee, Guaranteed factory UT* pare* an» jMtiirlfe. department^ fc-1161 We i ' •err Ice f-S-tf FUR COAT, >ise 14 or '!«; child's Bird's cldth. water repellant snow 0ult; hrad knitted coat and ItMlnc Ht. both •U* a. Phone 2-1291. 64 0-28-tf TEHACHAPI POTATOES—We now have some long, white and russel potatoes of commercial quality at this very low price of $3.49 per sack. Now IB the time to put away potatoes for winter. The potato season at Tehacbapl 1a about over. Stock up now. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth & Union. Phone 3-0961. 9-23-tf KOI: SALK— A bfHTitirul nit I tfit rn nl n iu les ami ' >:| ' rintn: : -MS, t \\a\ i> hn FUR SALIC — One- Vea r-olcl Leghorn hens. in- in u'. Vf i' chruse them al $1.50 each. _J'hciiu- 2-:)iM>0. _____ _ _______ !>'> KAI',|!I'!'S— Thrco Ini-il do. s, tw.i bin Us. 1 ,-* with jiutnniati'- wy u-r .M-M ami s ; I 1 it i) ffi't tif nt'\v i :ihbit pen Will Hi'll c'ln:ai». J."-04 I. 1 Btr<;*-i. 1UUOLAR VICTIM Knterinc: an unl-x-ked house, a burglar stole a number of smail articles \vorth about $5 from the homt* oC Kupeiie Ginn, 1116 O atreet. Sunday afternoon. The vU-tim. who flams sinro Dei-cmlM-r. She nlsn is , irf noarly blind, camo home while survived by .'I'Krai.'^on. Jai:k Nt-wtdl i tho burglar was still In tho house. with the armed I'oivrs in tho south , but was unable to give a description I'arifir The non;wiiiirian ram* 1 tn t of him. Insportor? "VV. R. Dolan Calirornia fmm Nevada City and Sand K. A. Walla investigated the made ln-r huTm- here for ;i") years. OBITUARY OTICES KITTY V'Hinc hens; ;.'> pulli-tH. randy (o l;iy, $!.-'» '';i'-ll. ('all t>M J Ii is, VM-W, or ])huiiu "-tJ 117. furrvl sad.lU 1 nut re for n horse; price $S5. I'honw J-."it'S4 tiflt-r in. SAU ; :--T\vn MI ilk goalii. Uriv. IMtone V.-l' 405 Ohio HAHHITS rin-t hiitci'fi ior Lincoln, l-.a^t Ha kern t it-Id. cheap. &l l $1.89 Full Lug, Brfpg your own containers. 1019 Baker £ait Bakersfield 9-7-tf OPEN Mdnd*y. October 2. 8 a. m. Juat returning from vacutlon with a ntock of eooil WatMcnvllle mountain applen. $?.50 pe/ box. AM kin (In nf chicken feed and dairv feed. Carl Coatv Market. 144 North Chcnl«r. 64 FOR BALK—Wblto Heath peachca. pick- init - every day. Brinic containers. Out Bdtlon HJih\vnjr to Magundfn s'orc. •outh on Kairfa* Koad HI ranul turn, vest to third houus. F* H. Morley. phoue 2I-I r -5. 60 FOR H. \M*_— Hiihy chickH, New H Ked>-. llr.utf 7, Ur.x 25, p I'hono ..-41 SI 1 , Hamp- DORS and Other Pets FOR S A Lis ts m. Voiini? warlilpr canary Binjr- _Pho n eJSp™ 1_. 5 5 I'AHT Sl.El'UKHD puppies. $1 1 .50 euch. call : i ;j- Wanted—Miscellaneous WANTKD—Fly rod reel for trout fishing. Martin Perrhie. Shakespeare or slmihar, \ineicenth street, Bakers fit-Id. IN APPRECIATION H\Il.i;V. KM.MA KlvVS -Cm vesl-le H.-rv- j. ,-n foi 1 l-jniit.'i H.'un B;ule\. int;in. ti.niKhlrr ol Mr. ami M t •* l-;!ry«' r.:uk'>, \i'\in «'ti(i died St-pti'inht', 1 ^i'J u I :i j.!••;(! liohi-iiii!. wt'j>- li.-lrl Octitbi-r :' u I .: p. in. in I'nion < 'I'lm-U'ry. 5tJMivin« Itiitjy, ItHsidt-s ltd p-ux'tils-. nrr -iitH, Air. untl .Mis. Tum SIM•IIIKS. \ i i<- . a brclhor. Klvn H;nl''y, II, MlHU'is. Mary lltl-'M UaileV :irnl Ai-i-' .Jt-yii Itailfs. all uf Arvin; niiiny amKh an t inn !«.••*. lli;\ri»OIN. 1.4ILA KSTKI.I.K— Kunoral St-i-viLCH t« r L^iiln Ksli.'llH It'/auduLU, '>.-. v. hn diod Si'i'tcinlHT 3 ( > at I he home o!' her hrotln.'!'. <*liai Uw 11. \V> ini-r. m (tiMatt*. will in.' h'-'lil October 3 at i! p. at Crr-nlawn Chapel, U.-voi.>ntl C. ' atiiiK Ititennt-nc will b" :n Orccn- Mi'innriul rark. Surviving Mrs. Hciimlum urn HIM husband. Joseph M. ll.'aiu'oin, rninpiMit; hnuh«-r Charlea H. \\'Mnpr, »Hldii!'" n.-plu'W John H. \VynnT. Mcrdi.int Mar i in-: niece, Jessie !•:. Hlurk. OiUh.le. FKIKS|-;\. SAM.1K MAY —Onnvsido sorv- if'» tor Salli'.i May l-'riesm, inf.uH . u»l" i' 1 'i Reverend and -Mrs. C»rl John ll-.tx 4$ 4, Arvin, who died Oi - av a lt-Kal li';.^p.tal. were held - f»t J p. rn. ;tt C.reenlawn Me- I'url.. UMS Jifv.iend K. Arthur uU' ! the .\! j 6. 1-. A. '.rW:f.. , !.»< n.tlil T,eU 'V l''cit- Kluma .Vur! Frieeen. .M \KVIN. who will he M \Vhiti.fi-; a. MCM. and t sNtcr, both 01! Arv.a. Kl>ITH ^1 A I OK— Funerai for KUIth M.m-lc Marvin. »3. September l"J at Red. Bluff. hcltJ O-i.ohtM- 4 at . p. m. a« n Chaiwl. the Reverend Dillon lirockinortoii of firm tins. In- t'M-inent will be in tireenlawn Memorial Park Soloist will bo Ri'-hard Skinner and nrganm, Florence Huylens. Surviv- iM S ' Mi« Aliirvin are her .son Chauncy Marvin, i niu-d SUiew Army: daushtera. Jvan-'ft-? Marvin. Loa AnsRlea; Helen Krwin, He.l Hlu.f: -i brother. T. W. Kavler Kavenna. Ohio; two nlecea Of Uavctinn. Ohio We wish to expiesn our appreciation for the kindness and sympathy of our f i ienda and tor tiiclr beautiful^ floral ot'ferinun durlnir our recent bvmiTvment. (Signed) Mrs. Torn Burke and iumily. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Puoenl Service at Moderate Cost Phoii* 7-7M1 Chctttr Avenue at Thirteenth J. G. riickintr Fi AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY mod NIGHT

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