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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 9, 1944
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For Sale—Improved Property DtipU" unil cxi ra house on nire lot ndir Wt>Mt JMnli Schoftl. Four RH ra«efl and wash hoUBf*: duplex ie fnrninhert. im• mnllatc poflRosMon of one side. I'ric t- $soon. nn torttiN. Two houst'S on niro cor DPI- Int. One f ivi> ronrns nnd t '11 oo rooms nv*»r Karagp The thri.'p roomn ,i ?•«» f nrrnstipd. A - dandy buy for JfiOOO. on lerm-s to suit. Two nrarly now duplexp-H nnd nnr hotinc for ow ie/ In )i\-e iti. AM nirely fur- niHlicd, with ri'TrisTriitorH nnd tnhl(» top ptovcH. hardwood floors. Well worth $ 12.000. (Hi terms. Lorn it n Vp.rdp, n dandy 2-bpdroom and dm homp on largp rorncr lot for $8750. on terms. Chpntr>r Jjjinn. a dnndy ntnrro, two hrd- rooms. huge living room, din ins room, nice kitcnen with plenty of t ile; 2-rnr pai-rtRp; on nic-e corner lot for $6501). oil tprtiiH. 24D 'lower street, a nk p Muroo homo. Two hodroorns. with firpplnce, for $r>not). on ternm. 4 Hcrea of orangpn. 6 ar-f?s plow Innrt, In ex t ra n i ce Hhn i>e w f t h n \cr 2- h*»d room nnd basement home: rhicken enuinped • and n real bargain at JKiiOO. on terms J. T. <Sy) Wlrkcr. !«''.*> Chester Phone S-O'JIIO; e\enin«a :MISfl5 or 'J-64fi^ ' Three-bedroom home on one and a half acres on Beverly Drive: home In Rood condition; lireplace. tile drain In kitchen. n"ii breakfast loom, lots of fruit trees and grape vines, lovely yard with lawn and flowers; has chicken eoulpment for 200 chickens. Price $5500. Urms. Two-bedroom hrme, almost new. on Potomac Drive: lurgc lot. hardwood floors, nice living room, modern kitchen, garage attached. Price $4150. some terms. One-bedroom home on North Baker street: Immediate possession. Prlcii $3600: takes 11500 to handle, terms on balance. Lovely two bedroom home In California Avenue Tract: rpodern In every way, living room 14x26. large dining room, breakfast room, nice size kitchen, service porch; horn* has fireplace two floor furnaces. Venetian blinds, cement basement, lovely landscaped yard rear yard fenced with hollow brick, has cement patio. A real home an:1 one that you will wan; to own. Price, completely furnlshe.l with prewar furniture. $11,900. Will cnnfclrier selling unfurnished. Two homes on one lot on T street, partially furnished, both rented now. fries $7000. some terms. Old home, part-tioned into three apartments, furnished and In good condition, on (i street; Inctme $00 per month. Price $6000. some terms. Oil and Wining OIL MEN. ATTENTION We are liquidating a corporation, and therefore we invite bids on the following described oil rights: An undivided 10-ncre iniereM in fee, In 80 acres In section 10. :12-2S. Full oil right In ?0 acres in section 58. One-hnlf of oil tights in IS arres, section One-half oil rights in 10 acres, section 20. 31-2V More particular description at our office. Make us an offer! HARRY E. HAKE 1521 Twentieth Street. Phone 7-7374 Phone 2-92!M 220 Haberfelde Building Duplex Immediate possession. On laree miner lot in the henrt of Alta Vima. Both sides vacant and the place has been completely renovated. Price 16500. On B corner In the southeast district. One bedroom and sleeplne porch. LIvInK and dining room. Larce kitchen. Basement. Garage and storeroom. Fruit and ahade Price. $4750. On California avenue, close to hleh school. Two bedrooms and classed-in porch. Liv- Inc nnd dining room, 8-car enraee This has been completely repainted and Is In excellent condition. Price 16760. ea terms. Income J90 per month. Two-slory furnished home and apartment. Two basements. 2-car Rnrace two fireplaces. Nice furni lure. All this for J5850 and it Is In a fine district, close to Oleander avenue. Eaav terms. Fiv« acres of th best soil In Kern county, with free water. Larce two bedrooma and solarium. Ltvtnc room and one bedroom fully carpeted. One of the really beautiful kitchens. Two-car earane Cooler, milk separator, freeztne cabinet. The welt Is Rood and the place in pice lined SprinRllne system. Lots of out buildings and corrals. Price $10.500. BOYDSTtlN & LANCASTER 1811 H Street Phone 8-8039. after 6 P. M. call 9-9478 10-3-tf HOME ANO FARM buyers wanted, tf we haven't what you want, we'll find It. San Joaquin Agencies. Edward Moody. 1812 "Eye." Phone 2-0653. il FO1X SALE—Two-room house, all carpentei finished work; price $300 Nearly new .lames Rnndle. Phone 2-7504 611 FOR SALF. by owner. 4-room modern house, in Oildale. Newly decorated In- siile anil out. Call 3-0966. No rea estate dealers. *] FOR SAL1S—Three-room house, garage anil lot. 704 Vine Road. FOR SALE, by owner, 1-bedroom now vacant. 1122 diige. phone For Exchange—Property D ACREn near Reedely. 6 acres In olives. 3 acre.-; in oranges and lemons; level, n- ccllent soil Tiade for EJakersfield Income or furm lands, will assume. 2-1747 63 WANTED to exchange a clean little house for one In East Bakersfleld of same value. Better hurry or you will miss H bargain. See owner at 903 Truxttin ave- nile. 60 iVF!7 \V~ANT TO TTtADK A NICE FIVE ACHE CHICKEN FARM. 4 MILES FROM THE CLOCK TOWER. Fl'LI.Y EQnprEn FOR ir>oo CHICKENS. FOH A 3 OR 4-BKDHOOM HOME IN TOWN. CALL 5-0138. For Sale—Trailers READY Cash for four Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contract*. McLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue *•?'•*? IVELL-BUILT 22-foot trailer house, excellent tires, fully equipped. Priced for quick sale. One block north off Nlles. one block west off Sterling. 6Ji OH SALK—Twt trailer houses. East on Edison Highway to Weed Patch Road. 1 mile south to Schertz Camp. 60 HOUSE TRAILER for sale. Sleeps three. Good condition, good rubber. Leaving, must sell at once. $3. r >0 cash. Half-mile norm of Greenfield. half-mile west of 99 Highway. on Hudson Drive. (PT123014). 60 WELL-BUILT trailer house: newly refln- Ished inside: a bargain at $37fi. 2?! Lincoln. OiUlale. ____ tin FACTORY hnilt house trailer. Ideal for I'ttmllv of three. Reodv to move in and lake away. On display now. three- hlnckf south of L'nion Ice Companv. 3720 M st£cet. Reasonable prifp. ___ 6J 'OH SALE — 1940 "Crafts" house trailer. sleeps fojr: stove, huill-in lie box. .Sr,r>(i rash. Also new radio. $45. Phone S.L'irjfi. 02 Automotive Service, Parts ! For tale—Furniture, Fixture*! For Sale—Miscellaneous COMPLETE body »nd- tender rcpalrlnc. i also fron: wheel alignment. Charlea j VlBstrom's Garaee. 1620 Twenty-eighth j "tuet. Phone 2-7987. 4-lJ-tf ! Corner Kast Kcm. in GRANT nlstnn rings last longer. Motor . tuned up. creasing and oiling: car itor- aee Blue Ribbon OH rag*. 1916 Nlne- leenth Phone 2-0674. 1-15-tf WB CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately QMAC Budget Plan Tall for A. Carter FREU C SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phono 5 5!)97 Eighteenth and N i-4-tr FOR SALE—F nearly n.-»\ ; In be<] il.van. n lamp. rof;.>e t bells t aiel wawhinK machine. Twenty-first street anil r. \\ illiani Hall. ill WE HAVE the following- used tractor tires, which may be purchased without certificate. 11-36. 10900-36. 825-36, 550-16. 600-16. Benzine's Auto Service Twentieth arrd K streets. S, For Sal*—Lumber Locution, Standard OH Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road First gate on left side, near Rate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p, m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 HOUTS * BOX Cut Kate Lumber Yard. 2200 Edison Highway, Baketifleld. 9-30-tf SALE — All-steel 2-wh<M-l trailer, aliovk nb- sofber o\'prload sjiriim.". pneumatic tit'ps. 1715 1^ Mlrppt : cal 1 between 1 and 2 p. m. NEW 2-WHEEL house trailer. 7x111 feel lone, lli-inr-h wheels, eood rubber; rea- sonablp. 701 Wewt Casa Lonia. fi5 For Sale—Automobiles EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY—All "For Sale" advertisements of automobiles/or trucks carried In ihe columns of The Bakersfield Californian must <1J give license number and state Iff not California) of Issuance: (2) must state whether for sale by private owner or dealer; <3) each car or truck advertised for sale must carry price asked — "as is" or "warranty" if advertised by dealer, "as Is" If advertised by private owner. Ceiling price." may be obtained from local OPA office. 10-3-tf FOE SALE—1!>S4 La Salle (2M43181; has good tires. Sec a t 210 Clyde at reel, 6.1 REO'3-axle truck, flfvt rack, brakes on all wheels, soocl tires, only $1150 (Cal. KV588) as in, Wes Waldon. 222 South Union. ^ _fi^ 1936 Oldsmobile six Tudor as is. Only $495 (8G621) KITCHEN-BOY0 MOTOR CO. CO For Sale—-Furniture, Fixtures USED FURNITURE, tools, stoves, miscellaneous artiole.s of all kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4S2S. Authorized Maytag service nnd part.". KurniturF repaired. Hob Morley's New and Used Fimiiture Store. 1800 Q. S2 FOR SALE—New and used mattresses: al) kinds of furniture, radios aold, traded and repaired. First claac. workmanship. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. On Taft Kighway 1 V4 miles west oJ Green- _fjejd. .. tt FOUR-BURNKR gas stove, posturo form FOR SALF.—Prewar davenport, dresser ! SOI Chen y. Phone 4-4H1:!. 04 FOK SALE—Furniture for 5-room house, verv reasonable. Call from Id a. ni. lo (i p. m. next Monday am) Tuesday. Call IXiri Sixteenth street, fiO FOR SALE—Magic Chef gas range. Ian nnd green, medium high oven. KOOI! condition, S.'iO; also 1 p..ii boy's oxforils. size 7'3._$l.r>0^_Call_2 : T>S42 after _S:30. fiO GAS RANGE with trash burner. $20: two u-gnllon alumlniini kettles with lids, $5 each. Phone 2-0004. 61 REFRIGERATOR anil breakfast Inhle and ebairs, electric iron. 2IJ29 Nineteenth house of fllrniiuie. wlnie oak dinetle set. , luial KHS lieater. floor I i-e ta bN>. riid la lile twin bunk ' springs pi-pwn r portable el"< i M Siiiii.M seu MIK inaihi.-ie. eti. : wanl'-n : • low. la rt:f- srinnkl- r, et' 1 : also tie'v n oni niinlern lioliif mi 1 ',i aiie.s tire "il. near srhool Kiist eome. first '•iveit. Route r>. flux :.:io Souib r.rim- afce l,ai." on l-'a 11 J a x Ilond. For Sale—Miscellaneous -Trading High I «* onN. Y. Stock Market THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA- TION has set dollars-nnd-cents celllns prices on used refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, bed springs, cameras nnd photographic equipment. These maximum prices npplv to every seller, even to an Individual selling his personal household effects. For information concerning these and all other ceiling prices, call the Bnkeri*- field War l-'rlce and Rationing Rnnrd Phone 9-9411). 6-1.1-1 f AVKKAGKS IlnW-JdnnS HV'M',. off utility stooks ">:\. ;<>. loda Flying and balsa model plane kits. Jeeps. truckH. tanks, ships fittings, balsa wood carving kmve*. dope arid cement. Come In and look around. Edward's Camera Kxcliange. 1609 Nineteenth street. S-:2-tr FREE , FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Tourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway »9 Miles South of Town 9-5-tr n.vvts Ki'iixrrr'iiF, co. 1-llMi CHKSTKi: AVK.M'K. A1R JEEP CAMS CaHtornlOT Monday, Oelobtr 9, 1944 NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE WASHING MACHINES I.epalred, quick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf I CAN UKI.IVKK al once Ihe fr ('asp ina< IniH-rj'• MoilH I. trarinr; also May , 'liMp|>fi also ::-hottom plou . a iso ft.V hoi-M- tnuniMUK rut-'mo, auii Adrian \jab- loacl,:!--. C I.. Slanclilf. Twcnty-t'ourlb anil N siri'pts. i;;, ONE-DAY SERVICE Grade A Truck Rubber MENDERHAL'SEN'S 801 Nilos Phone 3-1402 68 CABBAGE, cauliflower, broccoli, chard, lettuce, celery, onion HCTM etrawberry plants, raapberiy. blackberry and flower plants bulbs, suds and U'rtlllzer: fruit, shade tree;- am! siiruba Plant them now. Krauter Nursery, 601 Eighteenth _street. 10^2-tf FERTILIZER—100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverized, $6 per load delivered. Phone Rusk's Dairy. 2-4027. 81 SIM In roll: alsi 'ale. every Tuesda :' a. ni . -'• 1 -.> ini!*,^ south on Hi^h\va ItahhilR poultry, mifirpllnneoiis. one eiittt-r hammer mill, house trailer. starts_atjl_a Ji JF'hone 2-nt7(i._ cas i'. I feeil Sal. 1 f.l roils _Ph . lil-:i: SI'PPLIES — Ai.proMi metal oiieen exrhnlers, mis, ell.'ineoiis drape rents e nn S.\l.l:-_ Portable elerlrie weliling mi)l(-!e. m Komi ,'oml:tion. , IMMIIO aerordu'U. t'lll t .'!7"'! .le\\'elt avenue in Miil- Steel I'rmliirts i>i-(i-frrrf'd. was ur. a small fra'-tinn to a tu'w hlpli. Motors wen- frar- ticinally lower. Kails WITO dull. ''ii'innnian -Aircraft (Irnppf-il ni-arly a point. Fruits and Vegetables NEW PTOC.K of appl Ill-ions. $3 a box $_' :'."•: .loiinl Ma n a liellerlcilt apples I in .limits. $2.!>f. a s; Park . .hitnbo \ a ins sized yams. $1 7'> a lomatoes. r>iv l-:a North Chester. Watsonville Dr- N'o\v:o\\n Pippins. l'H. Si: r,n a box s r-0,-. <5opd stock : HussPtt. J^ 7"» n .',') a IHK . inodiuni K. I.jirpe Intr Breen ('oats Market. Ml 6" AN JOAOI IN anil l. lo yon. Suild'r, Mii f.-filL'l ' K TIMH! del i wroil I Oildale. Phone 1 in-'.l-ll .F.ilin»-M.<nv-I|.. K "lin 1 "-' nit Lil,h"v-Ow-n«-F Loew's. In Mnri'ii '••;. L.I Marl in Pat • *' M: K"sson ft I! Monfsoimry W X i *< h K f ! v • n .1 • National . .100 as 52-H «I3S !!>', .. I1U «'<•; Sperrv Corporation StHiiilard Hrantls . . ... St.ind.ird Ha« & EI»i mi: $4 pfd 3»; Sl.iorlari) IM! if California 3H 1 ; Siandaril (ill of Indiana *."! si.ind.i rrl Oil of New Jersey 55 StiHlebaker „ IS* Texas Company 45- 1 Tide Waier Associated Oil 14" Tntnsamerii'a & Western Air 23* n Oil of California. IS 1 I'arifn A ir Linea Air,Taft Corporation c,a.-« Imp Slates Itubber -Suitcii Steel r Hrother.s Pictures n t'nion TeleKraph shoiise Klf . & Mfg. Wonlworth Yniiinrstnu-n Sivei ft Tub" 108 3 ! .11'« SU, l'. a IS'.j 50 „ SS'i 13', , 45VJ 108 'i 44 U 3r> car coin stalks f.1 USED FURNITURE wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown's Furniture, former!* Roy White Furniture Phone 7-7021. 6-18-tf FOR SALE—Two studio couches, both make bed. Reasonable. Phone 3-2260. GO SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional caih to complete purchase of car? tf «o, Juat phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY, opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. VV. .1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone 6-6796 1-12-tl I r 4l Oldsmobile six dynamic cruiser four-door sedan; radio, heater. A beauty. Warranted $1619 (3H459C), KITCHEN-BOYD MOTOR CO. house. 2-49R": 61 KOR SALK. by owner. 2-bfdroom home, years old. loialnd in southwest section ol Haki-rsficlrt; completely furniflhed. slee Venetian blinds throughout, and immedr ate possession. Pbone 3-HCO. *• Highland Park—Fine duplex on large lot. three nicc-Hi/.ed rooms, bath, extra largo closcle each side: newly decorated throughout; double garage and laundry trays; JTiiiOO. substantial down. Home and income—Lovely 5-room home, hardwood floors. I ile in kitchen and bath, .iusl painted outside. Almost new. \-ery pttraclive :l-room-and-bath apart- nn-nt ov«r iraragc. Lovely bin living room. Hie in kitchen. lHrs<- lot. Irnit and shade t reps, cooler, dose to bus. Immediate possession. $7350. Phone 2-7680. GO Maple rockers witli springs, beautiful covers. $44.50. * Writing desks. mahogany or liloarlicrt. $49.50. ."•piece dinette sets. SJ9.50 ami up. 2-piece living room sets, carefully «i_>- locted ('overs, full spring construo- tlon. $159.50 and up. Hollywood beds, twin size, mahogany or maple. $2,'!.9'>. Use our hudget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FUR.MTURK CO. 1400 Chester Avenue Just one block south of the courthouse. fi.'i GOllD PROSPERITY make rook stove, insulated oven, $fjO. Phone ij - (i S 0.1. VACUUM CLEANER Irons, clocks and all small appliances repaired. No delay. Genera! Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf REPAIR your own shoes We carry a fond stock rf leather and accessories ,OT repairing. Paul Horniing. 1G06 Nineteenth street. 8-23-tf DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize in morrora for mantela. walls and doors. Bakersfleld Olass Company, 1715 Nineteenth street. 1-10-tt FARMERS—We have cotton scales. Pioneer Mercantile Company. 1024 Baker. East Bakersfielil. Phone 4--I984. GO SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn. Yes. we deliver Pioneer Mercantile Com- _pariy__Phone J^8581 9-18-tf FOR SALE—Two Mark lapin fur coats, fii/e 16 and IS. verv reasonable. All day Sunday or after 5 p. in. Call 1S15 Sixteenth. 60 FOK SALK- I'se.l hoi A 1 ,'iuiil it ion ('a n b 4. liox .",:>l. last house b oa I e r in en a I Roll I,Olive Drive. 61 WHITE IIKATH I'l-'.Ai'llK il--: pirkmp i-ycry «lay: iirini; (lilt l-Misoii l|.Kbwa\ I,, Al: *• Milith un I-'airt'iix Hoad to vvsl lo I hi ril IIOIIBI-. F. M. Aircraft Accessories Trading Uncertain Hit New High in S. FJ on L. A. Market I OKT YOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's Icadin rubber stamp company. ; You will be satisfied with Its prompt service. Pails. Ink?, daters of all makes. 1SOS "Eye" street. Phone _8-jm) 2. 6II ? ~>R MALR—Vaec 3 , equipment Approxi- n.niely 890C feet .I'.a-lncb grade C drill pipe wi'h Hughes Acme thread tool joints Rpt/roximr, tely C100 feet 5 9/16- iuch gra.le D di ill pipe wltn Hushes full- hole tool joints, one No. :U-26 Ideal draw worli.i with 3i;-inch hydromatic brake: also jnan.v othei Hems. Address Barnsda II till Company 7M West Olympic Boulevard. Los Aneeles 15 Phone Richmond 5171. 60 LIMITED number of new and factory r«- hnllt Hoover sweeper:: available only to persons having old Hoovers to trade In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts an' service. Call Welll'i service department. S-B8C1. 7-6-tf FOR SALK—Gallon bottles Sc apiece 4050 Chester. Wayne's Drive-In. 60 CHRISTMAS GIFTS Marionettes made to order. Choose your story book character, We'll make the replica. Free Sta^e instruction. , PLACE OROHRS KARLY Mrs Ted Reese Plume i-O.IK, Mrs Clinrles Potcel Phone 2-611 J1ODEKN S-room house, fenced. Corner Tionrer t one acre, all ind Hill. Phone 63 with FOR SALE—Two ,1-room houses, hath, to move off place. Call after 7 p. m. FOR PALP—Small home, comfortable, near Jeffi-iHon Park and 4 blocks from btiB line. Phone 3-0195. ^£ For Sale—Lots LOT 50x161'. two blocks from school nnd •nnrkot, op Monterey street. Call 2-5039 all da" Sunday and after 7. week days. 60 For Sal*—Improved Farm* FOR SALE—1941 Ford convertible five- passenger coupe, radio, heater. $1126 as Is. Want cheaper car, See Claude Norman. Bob's Auto Camp south 99 Highway or call 2-9194. between 5:30 and 7 o'clock. This Is a nice clean car. Pri- vale owner. (34H969). 61 ! ROHKRTK livins sot. prewar, price $60; i large dining table, price Sl.'j; 4 chairs. 1 $10. Phone 4-III04. 62 e Harvard classics. p. m . _ 6 1 50 VOLUMES, comple __ Phone 8-8 3 6jLjLCl£r 3 HEAVY stake bed. steel reinforced. 140"x84"x48". adjustable sockets, trailer hitch. Call 2-24 »:>. 11 O'-tober 1:: ami 14 71:{ Sumner Street Fnul's Kpipcopal CiUi!i\ VACUUM CLEANERS. irons, toasters, heating pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Huntley Appliance Service and Repairs. 917 Waler street. Phone 2-4570 or 2-11354. 80 Radios, Musical Instruments TWO Maste pumping, . K ii s . modern live-room house. I-URS \ — -;;;— FOK SALE of By owner, all furniture I Huiek motors, equipped tor ilj burn gasoline or natural -. - •> o . i ij . o U TRUCKS FOR SALE—1939 G. M. C. l'/i- ton truck, excellent shape throughout, very good rubber (CB1248! *924 as Is. I One-half mile north rf Greenfield, one- half mile west of 99 highway on Hudson Drive. Private owner. 60 LONO-WHEELBASE Packard (9B4682) with fo'ir good 7x19 heavv duty prewar tires, suitable for cotton trailer. Has had good care. Sold by owner. 1520 Lake street, 5"b as is. 62 1037 FORD V-8 (9C3S54), Private owner $700 as M atreel. has all extras. In. 1805 South 60 FOR SALE, by owner. 19.'16 Ford V-R tl5W6Ki) four-door sedan, in excellent running condition, gooil tires. $*}",0 as is. 803 Wafthinglon avenue. Oildale. Phone _2-54fi7. 1- FOR SALE— 1934 Fonl V-8 sedan (R3WL'D!ii; price J28:i as is. private owner; can be seen after 6 al 929 K street. Phone 2-2:17". MODEL A FORD (bug) tires; $22:- cash as is. Phone 2-7'l52. (S4R:'.73>; ne\v Privately owned. 61 FOR SALE!—Duo to illness, this fine 10- acre farm must be sold. Two modern houses, good well, all under cultivation. Priced to sell. See Ray Branlger. C miles wesi of McFarland on Elmo Hlgh- wa..-. " 1440 ACHES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch; 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good Improvements, best 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, good house and lots of water, best of 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 9-9671. 7-294J 160-ACRR potato or alfalfa land. Bood well cheap water, tractor. $26,000. half cash. B. Holeman, phone Bishop WILL TRADE FOR LATER CAR. 3935 1V-TOX FORD TRUCK, ALL-STEEL BODY, NEW MOTOR, GOOD TIRES (LICENSE PCF7108). INQL'IRE ORIGGS PRODUCE, 1128 Q STREET. 65 5137, 61 *SEE US FOR FARMS W« specialize in ranches and farm lands. Lei ua you find the farm you want. RICHARDSON 4 SIDDALL 205 Hopkins Building Phone ,-,031 n i 15 acres acres of A real improve VIMCXARDS AND GROVES FOR SALE IS Acres, with 17-acre vineyard, close In. fair Impiwements. It Acres, with 9 acies ot oranges, s acres of fits. « acres of olivcB: 3-bcdroom house, tractor nnd farm machinery. 10 Acres with 40-acre vineyard and 40 acres of choice open land, very good hou»e and other buildings new well. AVell-lorated and as good a ranch as can be foun I. 80 Acre wit v 40-acre vineyard, of oranges and grapefruit. 2 olives. A very good house, money maker. 130-Acre vineyard very good incntH. tractor and farm machinery, well located. ISO Acres In vineyard, peaches, quinces. almonds and pecans. Will take In about one-half of purchase price each year. We have several choice vegetable, spud, alfalfa ami general farming ranches Phone 7142 Nlspcl & Nlspel. Theatei bulldliic. Delano. Calif.. TWENTY ACRES alfalfa, just ready to vul, »o will show now well thin ground produces: large barn, could be turned . into milking barn; corrals; well-built shop, feed houae. chicken equipment; team, implements nnd a good country home, partly furnished. See thin for an awfully sood buy. Will take small house on large lot. half acre or acre and some cash as down payment. Elwood's. 1923 "Eye." ; For Sale—Unimproved Land ONE-FOURTH section raw land. 10 mllei from Bishop, lot* of gravity water free. 18000, half cash. Good for dude, cattle or alfalfa ranch. Kellogg. Box ,316. Lon« Pine. *1 •each and Mountain Property MOUNTAIN RANCH on through road, 160 •crea. aprlnR water, adjoins Sequoia Na tlonal Foreat. Timber. Do«t», wood, frul cropa. should retire investment. Sultabli resort, cabin sites, estate. Price 15600 ob Fost, Balance Rock. FOR SALB— Reasonable. 1U34 Craham (fi")M760). by private owner. $150 as is. 1409 Twenty-ninth street. 62 .J^O.'L'i.'Li! 1 19:; L_ BREAKFAST dinelte at 7Ui Thirtieth. FOR SALE—Six-foot Twenty-f irst. ''Eye" street, with 4 rhuirs. box. SI 4 East Motorcycles and Bicycles FOR SALK —Prewar biey eollllilioil. will! llHllls. ami white sidewall ti 7-7100. or call nt III! H BARNYARD fertilizer, may be bad for the hauling. Phone --3478.• 61 We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0498 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest cash prices paid for new and used pianos. Phone 8-8981. 9-12-lf FOR SALE—Good saddle. Phone 2-0031. CO CAR AERIALS for any make of car, 14.05 and up. Postnn Radio corner of K street and 90 Highway. 9-1-tt •Ic. in excellent born, generator i <s. JSO. Phone i rnila avenue. (II : Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS NO RED TAPE. CASH T?T S MINUTES 8-11-tf WANT TO BUY model A coupe in good condition. 1930 or 1931 Phone 2-1730. «0 WANTED—A ffoort ranch car. Rouie 6. Box 50-. l-j mile south of Fairfax School CO WANT 134 i Cheviolel sedan or club coupe, cash 01- 10;|7 Chevrolet coupe and cash difference Write Robert Ours. Box V. Mo lav,, nr call MoJavc 90. 62 ELECTROLUX cleaner owners, for parts or service, call your authorized Electro- lux serviceman. Marvin Herring, 2-S970. Electrnlux Corporation, 1831 Oran»e street _68 FOR SALE—Oililale, pood niblick eourh. $22.Till. Small heater with hone, $1.50. Pbone 3-1 "»7. _ :U :! Washington. S-lXl'H driver lalile saw wid stand nnd two blades, complete, all bill motor, j Pri ? $.'10 See at S13 El Tc.ion avenue! n fier 1 n. m. *i 1 l HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radios. Bakersfleld Radio '"upply, 2804 Chester avenue. Phone 2-6160. 8-11-tf WILL PAY highest cash pric* piano. Call 8-8673. for your 1-26-tf FOR RALE—Used upriebt piano. Wooilrow. Oililalc. $50. 117 60 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 8-6069 8-29-tt o "Paris Liberated" and "Yank* Capture Guam" and ntbtr newsrecla, 8-ram end 16-mm irenlc. adventurr and aports pictures. New cartoons. Little King. Drnald Duck. Mickey Mauie, etc. Ed- warrt's Camera Exchange 1609 Nineteenth. 9-19-tf Several good reconditioned radios. Priced JL'li to $;iii. Quick service on radio repairs. Ruck's Radio Service. Phone L'-51!)i>. Tl.'i Washinglon avenue. Oildale li'J Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles FOR USED CARS 1 SALE DRIVE TOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET-BUICK-CADILL.AC DEALER WANT TO BUV small shortwave portable radio for serviceman overseas. 1'hone 2^T_1!>7. 112 RADIO REPAIRS Quick serlvct. General Service Company. 313 Baker. Phone 2-82.78 *-Jmi TOP PRICES paid fur late model radios. Poiton Radio Service, corner of [C and 99 Hlghwnj. Phone 2-0498 2-1-tf FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE Wo 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 N..W and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 70 ONE 1942 long wheelbaso hardwood truck bed ana racks; one practically new 4-ton dump hoist. 1C14 Flower. Phone 2-7141 after 3 p. m. 60 FOR SALE—200-amp. heavy duty G. E. arc welder powered by V-8 motor, to be mounted on Chevrolet truck, acetylene outfit. Phono 3-1377 Cl NEW Oregon strawberry plants for sale, also Klnit Alfred daffodil bulbs, onion sets and Kanlen seeds. Phone 2-345L M. P. Flicklnser. u:;0 Eighteenth sired. CO RANCHERS. builders. Prefabricated metal buildings. .\o priority. Any size or desltn, Daley Company. Mills building. San Franc|sr-'Q. 64 TRACTOR HOIST— Mounted on pneumatlr- tlred tractor, power lift and power SWIIIK. 10-t'ool Voom. one-man operated;) $17^0. Wfcs Waldon. 22U Huutli Union, tin LKX'INGTON PIANO, perfect • 116. 417 Monterey street. condition. 60 Typewriters, Office Supplies WILL PAY CASH for typewriter*, adding machines, checkwriters and cash reRls- tera. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1660 Chester avenue. 6-29-lf WANTI3D — Flat-top desk, typewriter, tvpe- wrller desk, legal-slue file cabinet, office. cb nl rs. Phone 2-8 "_G :i_a l'u^r_4_p ._m. _ r, J. WANTED — Steel, leKal-si/.c- fo\ir-ilr iwer preferreil. filliie cabinet. T'hone 4-4^101. Fruits and Vegetables Poultry and Livestock FOIl SALE—Four eood rabbit liulrheK and one iloe. rheap. Phone It-017.1. 1111 Ore- FOR SALE—One-qiinrtc. 1 or one-half 4-H Clul- fair. Biaiu lallened. to be buli-hered immedia (fly. Sen Mrs. Fousl. on Frenno Itoaji .__ Shnj^t r r. __^ f>o ONI-7 centle 5-veRr-old mule. Tsar O Stn- bles east, of China Crude on mail lo ^11!' J tiver Pa r k. 6 " WANTK'i TO ni'V — Henvy rer" hens, also red fryers 2 '•_- to S lb». Apply chef. Biikerxflelil Inn Phone r,-5_9T.l. (i-l THREE v.-hlte does with litters; 2 white anil 1 ."potteil iloc. breil: also 3 hutches; price reasonable. il2fi llollliy Uoail. M ATTKNTION. POULTRYMEN! Our Market Is Open We Pay Tops for Fryers and Roasters One West of East BaVcerttleld Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial 1-2468 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET BUT. SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mil* north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east on Hosklns Road. «8 WANTED TO BUT—Horses, hogs, cattle, nny amount. L Anderson, Rout* 2. Box 906. Vhcmc 2-1008 «8 F\>H SALE—Beautiful 4-year-old Palomino pinto saddle horse, peifectly gentle, nic^ disposition. Weight around 1100. Also new saddle. 320 Roberts Lane. CO FOR SAJ.B—Two apan of good work mares, one brood mare with colt. Mr. Grnat. Phone 2-106*. 1-19-tt ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. Wn buy your *Kg*. Chicks ilk hundred. 2219 Union, or 8H Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or »-9«8». i-l-tf BABY CHICKS. 116 per hundred. New Hampshire Rertr Rhode Island Reils. Plymoutj Rocks. Rock and Red Cross. New shipment every Monday: order early. Also plenty of metal feeder*, fountain* and ooultrv medicine*. Ward'* Farm Store 2625 Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING n number ol outstanding year- Una and 2-year-old registered Hereford bulls. A. H. Karpe. Phori* 8-9871. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roasting hens. Riverview Hatchery. 216 Roberts Lan*. Phone 2-9396. 7-19-tt NKW 3-npa rtlTienl _anil_ljbui-k. $11. FHYKn.? for Helli-. Rive hulrhes, 2 does ti-(IR9;l. 4()c a pound. 111! West FOH SALK — One-veur-old Leghorn laytUK. You choose them at $1.50 Fii-Ht wtui-io hiinsf on Hudson Drue . _ fj" hens. Dogs and Otjwr Pots FOR PALF—Cannrlea, singers and females, wh'io and oranee. yellow and mulUeil. 320 Roberts Lane 60 DOHKR.MA.VN PINSCIIKK 200(1 Oregon Htiu-cl. Phon pups I'or i- 7-73SS. For Exchange—Miscellaneous MOVING lo mountains, want to tradvj late 1942 model \VestlnRhouse electric ro- fricf-rator for an lilectrolux. Call phone 1-6173. 61 Legal Notices NOTICE OF SAI.II OF KKAI. 1'KOI'EHIV AT 1'KIV.ATK SALE In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of ALFRED EDWAHD VKNTON. utso known a« A. E. VENTON). Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned. Dorothy Agnes Venton. Admin- istratrix will) the Will annexed of Ihe estate of said Alfred Edward Venton. deceased, will sell at private sale, to the Inchest and bent bidder, upon the terma and conditions hereinafter specified anil subject to confirmation by salil Superior Court, on and ifter October 21. 1944. at the office of haiil \dmiiilstralrix wllll the Will annexed. Rooms 2(11-2-3-4 Neville Building, in the City of Monrovia. California, all the right, title. Interest and estate of said decedent In und to all that certain real properly described an followa: The East Half of the Ka«t Half of ihe Northwest Quarter; the East Half of the West Half of the Northwest Quarter; the SAX FRA.VCISCO, Oct. 9. (JP>~ Shirks uiriHMl M. trifle soft today. ThiiiiKh Mt'ii.'isco, Western Depnrt: intMH Stores ami Alrenift Accessories I lift new hlslis "M small gains, the liitier turned about after hitting S' s to take a hiss nl' '« net at 7 : 'i. Transamerica's tli|i of 's to 9'.. was fairly typical nl' the general trend. stock"— Close AlMI'llll Ai'ee^sill iw 7», AiiKln Calilnrnii Hank 24'.» tvnlral Kllreka 2. ITi Crown Xi-lli'i-h:|i h . . .... 1'.I Crown Xellerliiieh prelei re«l 101 •% l^ini'O! tuin-l'atiwll -Jli r \ Kaiiiswiirlh !.'!"» Cenernl Motors «:I 7 » North Ameriiaii hivi'slment T,^ 1 ^ North Amerirun Oil I S U Pa«tV lias A Kiel-trie.. .1L"- t Paeific Piiblie Serviie preferred 21 Hlii-eiii .Manufacturing 17'i Ryan Aeronaut iral -1 7 x Sotllliern Paril'ie 30 7 n 'I'i a lisa in. i i'-ri . '.I '^ L'nlon (.nl of California es-OividenU 1S "t Cotton Futures N'KW YllKK, O<l. 9. <SP> —Cotton fil- tureM ileelmeil llj i-entM a bale in early trailing liKlay on aKKresHive beiise selfiniy anil luiuUlal ion, but ret.'ovet eil n Knot) part of the losses on persiwtent mil! buying in later ilenlitlKs. Prices were momentarily unsettled by the itepavtmeut of nRriciiHure foreeant plai-ing the rolton i-rop a.i of October 1 (it ll.fl.-iD.Onn bales or 440.000 bale* larger (ban traiie expectations, but thin was offset hy supporl v»rices at parity. Later afternoon prices were <"i cents H bale higher to 30 cent* a bale lower. Or- lobi-r. 22-01. Dei-ember 21.8K. March Future* elo.eed !> to 20 cents a halo lower. Uiloher 22.0.1. December 21. SS. .March 21. Sf-. May 21 fl.i. July :'1.38. .Middling spot "2.44 nominal up 2. Los Angeles Livestock LOS ANC.ELIOS. Oct. n. lU.Pl—Callln H;I Iii ble fv5fll. Fairly nvllvi-. fully steady, some sleera stronger n nil some cows 2T, eents blBher. (Jood fi-il sleer." $14.50. best bel.l aliove $1S, mrdiiini ;o sood $12.60®14: enmnion $0.7i">®10 meilium lo Kooil cows $ 12; youiiK lows lo $1^.26: cutters and common IS. 25 ii'10. 25 ; cullers and canner« ?liWS, meilium lo good bulls $9.504ji U: meilium to KOIIO feeclnrs J'.l 25<8> 11 23. l.'alves salable 900. Fairly active, strong lo r»o rellls biKher. Mcdltiin to choice nalves $12'" 1 14.&0: common down to $0.50. lltis: mtUhli- 110<l. Active, vnwa strong lo 2.1 eents biRher others steady. Medium to i hon'e 1X0-2111 lb $!">.7."i. heavier weight mostly $ 1 . r i: &ood lo rhoire sows $14 25(«' \\ ','-.; yoovl to choice feeder PISH $14^ 14 fi". Sheen salable ,700. No sales. Ciuoil to clloii e wuul-d lambs quilled at $13.504H4. Poultry and Egg I.IIS ANUKLES. del. 3. (L'.P)—F.CKS: \\'liolesali- pi-ires < onstilner graile: Large. si-mlc A. r,:>fir r.lii 1 : made n. S34fl«c; me- iliuni. m-niie A, 49'iialli; siulill. grurle A. Itelail priies lo lonsumer: Large. Krad<- AA S«4ii«Kc. criule A B2Wfific. grailo B 4ll'ii 43e; meilium. grade A A StiW61c. grade A. fillWfiOc; small, urado A 2ll'&i32c. Candled mailed ecus to r»tailer« (cases): Large. I'.raile A A fiS Vj Hi 1 6Sc. Krarle A SlUD . r i7. . Kradi- I! :iii Tl :lSi-; medium, grade -AA r.O'u ."il'i 1 . Kiaile A 48{f.~>2c; small, grade A Uuvlei Hiul i»ouUry uluhan^eii at fcilineH. Government Bonds M:W Vf)RIC. Oct. !i. (A 1 ' —The elosiiiK IM -H e* of boniln on the New York Sioi:k ' I'H ;i2-.70 till fi. 2s r. :-."i2 i mi 14. •j'..» ti'.i in me .'.. L' '.ad 70-t!.'i inn I Los Angeles Hay LOS ANtlKl.liS. di'. •'. (jl 5 )—Alfalfa nnd grnin buy prii-es were unchanged lo- rlay. I'. S. No. 1 $2!"i/!3(l.&0. U. S._ No. 2 green or No. 2 leafy $2fi <$ 2S. aO, t'. S. Nil 2 $241i2.'i; No. 1 barley $2(i'il28; No. I nain S:il){i':!2. Carlo! arrivals: 67 wheat. f< bailey, 1 corn. 2 outs. 4 milo. 16 fluur. 1 brim. : r>-real. •'" bay. Los Angeles Cash Grain I.OH ANCKLKS. quoleil a re i wt , t lelil ( I- I. '}. (/5 3 MI'rieefl i tin. in « arlolH only. I •alifnrniii barley. xrHiline I'i HIM . bulk $2 17 '; fa :'.'-':".• 'I'exa.s yellow milo. No. hulk $1: I fi 'n '- -'il. California wheat, li'ulk. No 1 h.inl or :ott wind- *2.fi2W 2 (17'i. No. 2 oats, :IJ Urn., bulk $2,60'i! 'J '• •>. LOS AXGELE.S, Oct. 9. GB—Early stock trading was uncertain today with four issues advancing, five declining and seven unchanged on a turnover of 1^,700 shares. sioiks— Close Exeter Oil A „ .Ii5 Ceneral Motors d;m 1.01 AngeU's Investment „. 17 H Mennsco Manufacturing ....1.30 Pacific Lighting _._.._ 44% Sin.-lair O'l _ 14 ^outuB Drug Stores „ 9% Los AngclM Produce LOS ANGELES. Oct. K. (/P)—Trading 1n I'rtiits and vegetables was moderate today. KigH. beann. peaches, plums firm; celtry steady to firm on beat: squash ateady to firm on best and weak on holdovers: apples slightly weaker tendency on loose stock: rantalotips lirm to slightly stronger. Apples: Per cwt., Washlnrton Jonathans $7'{^8: Idaho Jonathana and D«- liriou; 770, Watnonville Bellefleura, 4-tl«r J." 1 *)!!: Santa c'lara county Smith Cidera »3.iilM/'4. AxparaRu/i: Local extra fancy and select 2!W2. r ie; extra fancy 21€r23c lb.. Avocados: Nabala :!04(i36c Ih.: Itiamnas ;nfr25.: lb,: Seedlings 15W20C lb.; off- bloom Fuertes 30®32c Ib. Deanx: Kentuckys. local. San Dieen county and northern H{H3.1c Ih-: Blue Lakes Ib.; Blackeyes "eiOc lb.: lima*, local and San Diego county buah 8'« lOe Ih. Broccoli: Santa. Barbara county iced • •rates 14.75^5.2.1; Alameda county hold-' ovei-H SI.50© 2. Carrots: Bunched, local, 3 doz. 11.509 1.7. r >: Lompoc and Salinas. H doz. 13.95; topped local 50-lb. sacks I1.50©1.75. Cabbage: Local Cannonball. crateft $3*13.50; -Utah TiO-lb. aacks I1.75&2; red cahbaee, local, crates $5.50@6. Cantaloups: Local. Saugus and Littlerock Male's Best, jumbo 36s and larger, f2.25 ©2.75: San Joaquin valley. Jumbo :II>N and larger $3.50^3.00; heneydews. SH n Joaquin valley, jumbo tfa-6a and Miindurd 9s-12s $1.50^2. I'auliflower. Loeal Snowball. lettuce crates. untrimrped $1.75^2.25: Santa Clara counly S2@2.2ij; San Luis Obiapo county $1.75^'2. Celery: Local Pascal. 20-22-inch crates $1.7.'iW2.2.>: Santa Maria Kturdee crates $2.75©.1.25; Stockton Howard, cratea 13, Corn: Local Golden Cross, lugs 3-3 H doz. $1.35® 1.75: Kern county lugs tl.TSfi) 1 sr/: Orotfcn. cratea n doz. S2.75@3; Fresno oranKe boxes. 5 doz. $2.50: Waah- iliKton oranse boxes. f> doz. 12.25^2.75. CiiiMimliern. Local. San Diego county and northern 5.7c Ib. Figs: l,o.;ul Rrunswicks 7<!?'10c Ih.: Ka- lotan. 2-luyer flats II.25«*> 1.50: Encinitas Brown Turkeys. 1-layer flats 75c''f»$l. Lettuce: Dry paek. Santa Barbara county SHU Ltna Obispo county and Wat- .lonvillo, crates. 4 doz. J4-&4.10: S doz. $3fi?'^.riO: Fun Dictto county 4s $2@2.50. Onions: Street »nlea iO-lb. sacks Spanish local aoci&Hl: reds, local and San Joa- iiuiu valley $14*1.15: White Globes. 50-lb. sacks, local »1.50®2; boilers, local White lilobi ' $2.50*2.75 Peaches: Beaumont-Yucaipa Krumtn«la and ChanipioiiH, GOa and larger 8c lb.: Colorado Elhertas 16-lb. boxea 11.75: San .loiiiiutn ChamplonH and Krummels. 60s and larger 8c Ib.: Washington Hale't Klfrl'r Hi. Pe»«: Sunla Clara county. Washington and Hoyw.irrt 14.9c Ib.: Mendocino county I.1W I 4. Hi: Ih. Pears: Barllettn. Lake county and Plaeervllln at 10e Ib.: Anjous Wataonvllle Z ft . r i l .-.'.f Mi.: Coiniee, Simla Clara county li 1 Ib. : Winter Nell", Santa Clara county bircti Sfsltc II).; Clalrgeaus. Watsonvllle :„• n,. Peiuiern: Bells. local. San Diego county iind northern 7 «j '• Hr Hi ; yellow chili 129 Mr- Ib. : Frenno i-lnll loS'l'-'c Ih. Plumt-' FU'iiumont - Yueatpa French Prunes 4 H"i .">c lb. : Washington and Idaho Italian Prunes, half bushel basket I2.3SI&' •J.r.ii. WashioKloii lii-lh. flais 40c«l l Sl. Potatoes: Street ealex 100-lb. sacks long whiles. SaiiKiirt and Tebachapl. TT. P. No. 1 A S5.23*i i :t.4fl: Burbanks and Prides. Slocklon. I' S. No. 1 -V 53.57W3.58: Russets. Idaho. L'. S No. 1 A 13.15® 3.40. Squash 1 White summer and Italian local. San nteKO counly and northern. IUBS $1 lir > f (/ I 7.V yellow erooknecK, lugs I1.25W* 1.7.1: Hubbaril 3r Ih : Table Queen, local and San Joiuiuin valley, lugs $1®1.25. Sweet inHKtoes- Lo<-al and San Joaquin valley, all varlties. 5<j&6.3c lb.; comb, unil jumbos 41/5i- Ib. Tomatoes- Local, San Diego county and |V.Mitura enunty. HIKM -ix's tn ",X$B JL^Qifti I L': Wntsnnville "ix.'is anil OxSa $1.73 @ 2.25: i San Joantiln valley 4\.7s and 5x6(1 $1.75fJ 2.2r>: Lompoc ;".xr>s ami nxGs. pinks $2; Saritu Rarburit 2-laye. 1 &xarf and 6x6s $l..-,i)'<?1.71. TEHACHAPI POTATOES—We now have some long, white and russet potatoes of commercial quality at j Soul ^f We1s ^ e ^^* n 'rt V h W e8t l 'QuarieT' 7 "and v " u rbe i ^LI_ i_. _ «„.. ' y oul j uvest Q Urjr t er of the Southeast Quar- i ter of the Northwest Quarter, and the West 20 feet of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, all In Section II. Township 2.1 South. Ranee 211 East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, in the County of Kern. State of California, und contamlnK yl acres, more or less. Terms and conditions of sale are cash. OBITUARY NOTICES this very low price of ?3.49 per sack. Now Is the time to put away potatoes for winter. The potato season at Tehachapl Is about over. Stock up now. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth & Union. Phone 3-0961. 9-23-tf TRACTORS—We have two moilel 35 K-cylinder Clutrnc tracklayer tractors with starters. Eood condition, for only $87t, each. Wes Waldon. 22i South ^J'nlon. CO ONPJ pair'ol f-itii h'hard-toe driller's boots, size 1?; no stamp. $li. One outdoor baby play pen. 10x10 feet. J.'l. 2500 Union. No. 1 til Vou CANNING APPLES who have been waiting for D-21-U WE BUY ALL, MAKES OF CARS SELL ELSE BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Cheiter Avenue Pbone 9-9745 1-11-U BED AND DRSSER. $15; with spring nnrt roller*', collar, $30. new. Phone 'HBLIC address mualc instrument, pickup and amplifiers. Gore's Radio Shop. Arvln. 66 NOTICE I. & J. Electrlr Iron Shop 811 Nineteenth Stree< May have heating elements to fit your Iron. CnrriB xnil a 'ew motors for eale. (9 4:; TWO-WHKKt* box trailer, new. wilkl. extrn wctl built Almoal new WeMtern J-'icltl .-i! repeating rifle, several boxes earti'ldgeH. L. A. Wiemers. McFar- Intid 53. FOIl SAi.K—Uneri cafe euiilpment Inrlnd- mlf roun'ti, HloGj«, Nleuni table, uriddle, dlahen. ete. Write Uox 2611, ilcKarlaml. or phone _l Sfi^ l |Hearing win my VACOL1TE. 1 can IsiuEh with the others when a. ffood joke is told. i)lemen; Hershey. 27,15 t'enler. Phone _yJLIL io-!i:i f BLACK WALNUT dining room table and 6 chairs, $25; large Ironer. $35; large ice box, $20, at 711 Kentucky street. 61 ELECTRIC motor, Weminghouse, 10- horsepowar, .1-phnse. 44-volt. enclosed. 830 r. p. m.. tH5. Phone 5-5222. 61 BHOWN 'ur coat, practically new, sale J Pbone 3-1717. for 62 choice Bellefleur apples for canning may now find them at this low price of $2.69 per box. You will have to see them to appreciate their fine quality. We also have some choice Northern Delicious at $389 per box. Mooney's Market Ryot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. 60 $1.89 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Bakerifleld 9-7-tf Vine Ripened Lug, 75c 1019 Baker St. Bakcrstield 10-6-tf SWEET POTATOES for sale. Nursery, 601 UlEhteenth. Krautrt''( iu-&-ir lawful money »I tl>» Unlteii Stales, on confirmation of sale and delivery of ileed by snid Administratrix with the Will annexed. Said real property will be sold subject tn Counly Taxes lor the fiscal year 1944-45 and subject al^o to all conditions, reservations, covenant", restrictions. eaeemeniH. nnd rights of way ot record. If any. affect- inn said real property and subject further to a reservation of one-half of al) oil. KRH, petroleum and other hydrocarbonate substances fount! or underylylng salrt land or tlint may be produced and saved therefrom. Hids or offers for the purchane of said real property must be in writing and will bn received by said .'.dmlnlstrntrlx with the Will annexed at the office aforesaid at nny time after the first rublicatlon of this notice and before the dnte of sale. Dutert this -9tt> day of September. 1944. DOROTHY AGNES VENTON. Administratrix with (he Will annexed of the testate ot Alfred Edward Venton. also known as A. 15. Venton). deceaoed. Dunn & Sluincon. 201-2-3-4 Neville Bldz., Monrovia. California. Attorneys for laid Administratrix. C. T. A. September 29. October 16 tncl. NOTK'K OF INTENTION TO ENOAf',15 IN THK SAI.E Of ALCOHOLIC.' BKVKR- AOKS—October 5. 1!M4. To Whom II May t'oiu'trn: Notiie is heireby given that fifteen days rtlor the dale posted, the under- foyned propones to sell alcoholic beverages :<l these premises, described as follows: I. 1 ) 14 Nln-teenth Htreet. Bakemfleld. Hur- fiuaiu lo Hiieh Intention, the underslened in applying to the Stuie Board of Equalization for isaiialiee of an alcoholic bever- iiuo HceiiHu 'or lieeimes) for these premises us followB: On Sale Heer and Wine License, On Rale Distilled Spirits License. Anyone deslrlUK lo proieat the issuance of such licensees) may file a veriilcd protest with tho State Board of Equalization at Snc- ramento, California. ntatln» grounds for denial HS provided by law. The premises »ro now licensed for Ihe sale of alcoholic MAIICI'S L Bl.BDKOC. JAMES S. WUDGER. IIKI'NTON. III.I.IK MAY—FUIUMM! serv- M t s lor ijliie M;i>- Brunlon. iii. who died <)t tober 7 :ii :t lot ill hospital. \\Mll be tirl.l Iii lulu 1 ! 1" al 10 a. m. HI Payne A: Son t.'lui|)el. the Itevurend Kenneth Fen- \v-uli ..t'l i< iat in«. 1 nlerniiMit will be I'tiion i •• nirt.'i >' .Mrs. llntnton wus u jneniber '.t Snnsbtne I'burch in inMale anil IH-- )oiii4.'d ii. OriliM 1 of Kiiatern ritar in Tillnii. Ok In. She is KtirviVLtl by a iJailKh- I.M. Mrs. Thrlmu Mi'LucueJ, Taft: (i sis- lei, IlKlieri-a Whue. Tulsa. nkla.; brolh- ers. ll.'UVc-y Karli-v, Coke Farley Arthur |-',nl.'>. ll-nry l-'arl.y. nil of Okl.lhomii: Itoh.MI 1.. Furl-y. tHKIalt. iin.l lv.ii tit aiuii In Mi rn KKNKST. KVAI.IXK Evalme Ernest. 7S nl a loi-al hospital 111 al HI a. in. a 1 Illlllanl. Hie It rialing. H Ih libMlio: Cha .lauthl'.. Mi III;M)I:KM)\. for David II oit i he Funeral seivu.e^ for who dieil i ictober 7 1:11. will be held Oi-uiber a" Oak Hill I'eiiU'lerv. verriul J. Wllhart ot'fi- Mortilary will i-iuuluct rv-vnit Mr>*. Ernesl are i.- \' I'line. San Lui^ i 'line. Santa Maria : a N'.ville Saluilin. Coluaa. ! I>.\VII»—Funernl ser\ ires ! uler.son. int'ani won of Mr. | and Mrs. Morris Hi'lnli-rsoli. 707 Twcn- I tletll wtreet. who died (letober 8 at a ; (oral hOKpital. were held Oi'lobcr y at ! 2::lO 11. in :il Hopson Mortuary, the i rti'vi'reni) M. A. .lohiis officlatlnc. Inter- I inenl was in I'tiion Cemetery. Surviving I llle i-bilil. liesnles liis parents, are a 1 beveraues O.;t. 9. 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 Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7M1 ChtiUr Av«nu« at Thlrttcnth J. C. FUektepr - Frwk Otter AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT titoili'.-r, t.;<.orse Morris Henderaon. Bak- vrsfielU; grandmother. Mrs. Minnie Sioiii-, Hakvi-sficld; a grandfather, in Oklahoma. JOHNS, FltKII K.- r.nivcsiiie services for Krej K. Johns. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kina Johns, 317 Lakeview atrtet. who died October 5 at a local hospital. w>re heM o, lober 7 at 4 p. m. at Union , Vintnery I'ayno & Sou Chapel had ,-huriSO <>f arrangements. FOl'ST. CI.AKK.NCB J.K ROV—-Funeral services tor I'larence Le Roy Fouat. 53. who die.1 11,-toiler 7 al a local houpUitl. will be he!<l m RoJaerB, Ark., whera the liody will be sent by Hopsoii Mortuary. SuivrvmK Mr. Foust are his widow, Mrs. M.iuiiu M. KIHISI. Rodscis. Ark.; sons. Marion l-\msl. Nell Fouat. Elmo Foust .111,1 into Koust. ->!! of Arkaneaa; a daughter. Mrs. A. B. LoiiB. Loa APBelts; b;s rnolli'-r. in Arkansas: brothers, Joyce Koust. G.iuh: Keith Foust. Missouri; sist, it*. Mrs. D. McKinnon. Mr«. Rurrel SIKIIKIII. Mrs. Roy Scott. Miss Faye Foust uiul one other sister, all of Arkansas. HO-I\>. rHII.ll' JOHN— l-'un.'ral service* fur Philip John Rijas. "i. who died Oc- loiter 7 at his home, rear of 1825 Brutl- iliib-e Lane, will be held in Napa. where the body Is being sent by Payne * Son chapel. Surviving Mr. Rojas are a sister, Mrs. R. Kcsslei'. Napa, and on* nieee. ill Napa.

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