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44 MenJoy, October T 6,1944 gfte Pafcerrtfeft Caltforntan Sale—Improved Property I For Sale—Improved Property In th« heart of beautiful Stockdnle, * home you will b« proud to own. Priced •t only $13,600. Commercial acre, nice 3-bedroom horn**, Airport Acre*. 14650, 12250 down. J25 per month. ffhre» acres, southwest, E minutes from clock tower. HiRhly Improved. Hns walnuts, pecans, apt iron, ernpcs. In excellent condition, with fine larce older home and nice separate room with all facilities for separate llvlnc. Nice barns for horses or cows, space to crow alfalfa or permanent pasture Tractor, disc and harrow sol's. This property open* nn three streets and purchaser could sell several parcels without affecting tlie main home site. Full price 112,OOf, half down. Income—Wo are able to show you three nice courts and several duplexes, all Bhowin? Rood returns, and at various prices. Give us a call for any wanted property. Wn.LARD K BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street. rhone 2-On55 10-11'.If FOR SALE—South on 99 Highway, store building, duplex and cottage, three acres of land, water well and lOflO-Kallon storage tank. J9500. terms. See Paul Sy- brandr. !13 Kast Eighteenth. Phor.e &H5003. 1 n.lO-tf FOH SALK—Nice 2-bedroom. modern house nn 'i acre, hardwood flooi-H. tll« In kltrli-'n; vacant; furnished or unfurnished. 1'i mil«s Routh of Kdlsnn on AN'eod 1'atch Road. See !-j. G. Kennedy. 72 I'dll SAI,]-'. by owner. 4-room house with li.-ilh two screened porches; vacant now; cjirage; price I29J9, down payment Ilium. Phi.IIP 5-."ifi«n. 6S For ••!•—•Improved Farms 320 ACRES In Famosa district, unimproved land. '.4 minerals. A good Investment for $18.000, or will lease for 10 years, very reasonable. Elmer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haber felde building. 68 For Sale—Unimproved Land For Sale—Lots menl—Two nice dupicves nn<l oi>» huiiwe for owner to live in, Al! \\ril furnished and renting for $140 per month. Kenr High School—A dan>ly duplex, furnished, and 1-bcdroom house; well located, for JSHOO. Cast Bakersfleid—One 2-bedroom home and three rooms over garage for $2000 down. •unset Park—On Chester Lane. 2-hcdroom stucco on larse corner lot $fi."»{iO. 149 Flower Street—Two-bedroom home with fireplace for Jf.OOO. nn terms. ''181 L Street—A furnished T.-bedronm home in fair shape for JStiOl). On terms; immediate possession. "Vdison Highway—A nearly new store buildinp with fixtures and stock and two very nice stucco houses on large lot: has Rood income. Terms to suit. ^reen Acres—Commercial acre. A dandy •tucco 2-bedroom home, exlra nice, berries and fruit, and equipped for 1000 chickens. J6350, terms. furnished—Immediate possession: an old home, but new furniture; close In on Wonterey street, for $:t,"iOO, terms. pearly new 2-hedroom and dnn home on large corner lot in Lomila Verde. J87&0, on terms. J. T. (Sy) 'Wicker. Ififift Chester |>hone 2-0239, evcnmss 2-3S95 or 2-64M I have CO 50.foot lots on East California avenue with sidewalks and nil utilities in. .Material is available for bulldlnc a temporary house on the rear of Int. These lots are beinir sold on very easy terms. Pr/n'i pny hinh rent any loncer. See, .Mel Hav this week at 1524 EiKhleenth slreet. or plume him at 2-0878. 10-14 -i f HEAL, LOT OFFER—Five 60-foot lots, ror- ner of .lefterson and Gape. Will sell all or part. Close to .lefTorson School, store and P"ik. Cash or terma. Phnn «•_;)-(> MB. 6f> FOR SALK— Lot w>*t of Tinker fin Water, cash. Thr/ne 2-4.195. O. M. Ha SOTTHEAST nuarter (SE 1 ;) of section ~. township i'X smith, range 2,1 cast, K»ni county. Acriculiure land, no mln- rral riBlils. Apply Ronm 7li:l. Onlml Towr Im,Ming. Man Francwio. Calif. H. I), nilis. 67 For Sale—Trailers Cash for Your Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. We finance our ov.'n contracts. JIcCLKAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 8-13-tf FOR SALE—One 16-foot trailer. Good rubber. One iron wheel horse wagon. Route 6. Uox 6,'»9._ Fairfax Road. V6 FOR SALE, by owner. IC-foot Malnllner house trailer. 8x8 awning. Can be seen at 2531 P street. 66 fi? For Sale—Improved Farms ONE OF THE BEST ranches In the Hose- dale district, 25 acres level. 12 acres in alfalfa, balance In sudan Borgum. Fart concrete irrigation b.vstem. Extra good well with a new Buda natural gna en- Sine. Pumps 1400 gallons per minute. Good hoc equipment for 100 head. Modern poultry houses and 60 laying hens, Tested Jersey cow, team of work mares and harness; some farm Implements. Good ranch houfle, all city conveniences, wilh nice lawn and plenty shade. Oil • well being drilled nearby, one-fourth oil rights. $16.000. EAST BAKERSFIELD — Nice 4-room home, hardwood floors, tile kitchen. • Built In 1941. $4000. $1750 down. BIX-ROOM country home with 1(1 acres of irood soil. City BBS. lights and water. Good well and ditch water. Gasoline • pump and tank. Good harn and outbuildings. Variety of fruit, grapes and berries. SOUTHEAST—Nice 3-hedroom home with white picket fence. Located on half-acre. $»r.oo. FOUR BEDROOM country homo close In on one-half acre. A small barn, good place for home. S4DOO. 1671 Chester Aveou* Phone 2-7664 9-22-tf Near Rio Bravo School — A. very fine liil-acre ranch that has a good record of production, has been Jlpped; 23 acres In alfalfa, L'O acre« in cotton, hn lance in corn. Coorl 5-room home, ninny fine rnitbnildinRs, good well, soft water. Price J21.000. with about half cash. 1ET> acres In Btittonwillow, has large house and outbuildings, very good soil. has own well, plus an abundance of , rin eii water; alfalfa and cotton. J1.10 per acre. 1'rlce In the heart of Shaffer's potato center. A highly developed 40 acres, good well, excellent buildings; one-half oil, pipelined. Here Is a rare buy. Price $2:. ooo. CHESTER N. BEARD 1S07 H Street 5-5no9 or 2-1MI - _ 10-12-tf OILDAtili:— HOME ANI- INCOME. One 3-bedroom home, hardwood floors, large room and dining room, nice kitchen , and teiv'ce porch. Also 2-bedroom home. completely furnished; 3-car garage, nil on largo corner lot with plenty of shade; near bus and markets, only $6000, $2850 dow.i. *36 monthly. Will trade for small house. OILDALE — Nice 2-bedroom home. 2-car caragc, large lot. plenty of shade, near bus and markets, only $3850. $2000 down, $30 monthly, or will trado lor small house, •OUTHWKST DISTRICT— Nice duplex, completely furnished, close In. Income S65 monthly, only $5260. $1000 down. 145 monthly, or will trade for small house. 0N THESE PROPERTIES phone 5-5924. •venirujs 3-1170. LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichols 2516 K Street _ __ _ 10-7-tf Beautiful 6-room borne with sunroom, In perfect condition In southwest district, near Bealo Park, Has three large bedrooms with lots of window space. Closets •nd linen closets ar- plentiful. Large living room with fireplace and built-in - bookcase, large dining room with built- in buffet. Large well-arranged kitchen with tllo drain, large breakfast nook. Basement and spacious service porch. Large bath with built-in vanity and •tall (bower. beautiful lawn and CATTLK_ RANCH — Tehachapl district. Over 4;»00 acres wooded and open ruiiKe. All-year ulreain running through Hindi. Six-rodtn house jiml oilier buildings I'j'lce $40.001, $10,11)0 down. ICO ACRK.S of nlfultu and potato land nni-thciiKt of Deliinn. Good well. Only $2i.'.~i per acre. Terms, 16" ACRES In Lcido-Fnmoso district. «.ood potato land. Well and piped. SL'OO per acre. 120 ACRES near Delano with excellent improvements. CJond farming etiuin- ment Included. $36.000. Homo terms. 160 ACHES unimproved land. Adinins good spud liiml. Only $r.() an acre. 80 ACRES of the finest potato land anywhere. Owner tnok $30,000 off of (>,"i a urea spuds thin year. $375 per acre. RICHARDSON' & SIDDALL. , 205 Hopkins Building Nineteenth and Chester Phone 7-70:11. evenings. C-ll,",!lS or I!-H;2 1S2 Acres — 1!) miles due west of Shaftcr. Three houses wilh good domestic wnler well; 12i acres uf fine alfalfa, bulimic In cottcm and corn; perfect alfalfa land, and the price Is $225 per acre. 10 Acres— Just, ensl 01 town. Well Improved wilh sood 2-hedrnnm home; land hfis pipelines for Irrigation: 4 acres of oranges, fi acres ready for crnp; I'nrm In flno Hhupe and worth $8500; terms. part 20 Acres — On Fruilvnlo avenue. Two fine water wells, good 2-bndroom home. plenty of chicken equipment, nlco fruit trees, berries, grapes and fine garden : 10 acres made 2400 sucks xpuds this yenr; has f» acres tninntoes now; .'J acres alfalfa. Will take some trade on this. Green Acres — A commercial ncre. Very nice lmin« with basement, equipment for 1001 chickens, lots of berries and fruit. A dandy buy for JO.'ljO, J. T. ISy) Wicker. IfiM Chesler . . . Phono 2-OL';i!l, evcnlliKH 2-3S9ti or 2-64(it PALM DA LK—4SO acres; 100 acres In nl- fRll'n. lu acres milo; fenced und ITONH fenced, four wells, I 7 ; mile sninellne. cnmfoi tnlile rnnch home, wnlk-ln re- frigeralor. 26 hcml dairy entile. 6 head gnod horxes, nmple fnrming eiiiilninent to hnnille. This rnnch Is considered one of the best in this locality and the price Is right. S75 per acre. Including stock and equipment. •brubs. down. Full price $6000. substantial HIS Chester Phone 9-988t 10-2-tf FOR SALE—On Alta Vista Drive, corner, 63x150, 3-bedroom house, living room, dining: room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths, •mall basement, screened porch, floor furnaces, newly painted; two- car garage. Reduced to $9260. 13250 down. J. J. Consanl. Phone ^9-9614. 9-18-tf BOMB AND FARM buyers wanted. If we haven't what you want, we'll find It. Ban Joaquin Agencies. Edward Woody. 70-ACRE RANCH on Roaedale Highway. Seven rental houses, good wells wilh plenty of wnler. nil piped. Planted to cotton and lilfalfa, also some potato land. $15.000 to handle. 1704 K STREET Phone 3-1210. RESIDENCE 2-562S - 71 1812 "Eye." Phone 2-0653. 9-1-tf FIVE-ROOM home. El Camino Park, bnr- Cain. Large lot, nil fenced, nice garden, fruit trees, etc. Phone 5-5895. 68 1440 ACRES 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, 416 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. HOUSi: TRAILER for sale: 1942 eastern factory milt American. 24-foot, 3 rooms, twin sinks. Venetian blinds, two divans, two d r rs, heavy duty tiros, A-l condition, electric brakes; price J16r>0 See at_Adobp_A 11 t^_on JJJchwa v_93. 67 FOR SAI.R—Pour-wheel trailer, dual tires. .14-7 vacuum. 4:i-V-3l Arvin. Route fi. I i (i r_2 :n_._Bn k fT s f i M. r, 7 20-FOOT Westcraft. electric Ice box. air l»nkes: 20-foot Tcrracrofl. bath, butane eouipjietl; two butane tanks for sale. Also other house trailers. Young's Tiailcr Market, south li!) Highway, Tn- TWO-BALE cotton trailer, good rubber. 100 LlBKt'tt si reel. 6 7 20-FOOT trailer house, factory built: nir brakes, pood tires. For Palp or tra<lp. Sill Irene Hired, phone 2-0243. fill FOI'R-WMEICL cotton trailer, good tires. Jli.'i: two pair cotton scales. 15 each; nulphur fluster. $12; new roll barbpi] wire. $47r»; ft-ncp posts, cheap. I J bone IIOI'HR TRAILER— Ideal for family of tbiep. Cash or terms. On display now, three blocks cast of l.'nion Ice Company, 372 «_M_ s t rce I. f, S SIXTKKX-FOOT trailer, uoo.l tires. »500. 701 Mecalnr. Ollilalc. 2-520!i. For Sale—Automobiles EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY —All "For Sale" advertisements of automobiles/or trucks carried In ihe columns of The Bakersfield Calitornlan must (II give license number nnd state (If not California) of Issuance: (2) must state v.'hether 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 1 ' If advertised by private owner. Ceiling prices may be obtained from local OPA office. IO-3-tf SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional cash to complete purchase of car? If so, .lust phnne or drop by the ACME FINANCE) COMPANY, opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. \V. J. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone «-6796. 1-12-tf TRADE equliy In 1!).17 l.iuick Special: good mechanically Rood tires. Would like I!l:i6 Ford coupe In exchange. 1001 Cheater. Gilmore Service _Sjn_H(m. OK FOR SALE—193!! O. M. C. truck and semi-trailer. License No. BB4224. Price $32 r )0 as is. Private owner. Robert It. Rome. P.ox .IM. Hishop, C.'illf. f.8 FOR SALE—19118 Ohlsmobile 4-door d luve Hcrliin. complete motor overhnu Knod tires nnd extras. See It at corne of Bakersfield Highway nnd Locuw street. Valley Acres. (9C978.1). Frivol owner. JHOO as is. fi FOR SALE hy owner. 19.14 Pont lac seda (iiW.1712). new pninl and KOOI! tires; $:i:i ns is nr reasonable, offer. Phone 2-b!'T a Her 7 p. m. 0 For Sale—-Furniture, Fixtures Foil TRADK—1IIII8 Ford 1'i-lon truck wil fifth wheel (37I1490). ^215 Chester live nue. Prj^'nJ^' ^nwiier'^per^sonals only. (1 19.11 CHEVROLET coupe <88A40!i>. $M ns Is; also 1!I2!I Essex coupe (ri7553«. r i). $7 Its Is; bv private owner. f)HO East Eichi eenthHtreel. (Illmore, station. (i 1933 FORD ttldor (9A. r i979). Model A motn In pood contlllion, fair tires; $2(10' AlaRtindon Oil Slalion. cnrner of Edlso l'i^_h^\":^y nnd_FaJrrnx. Prlvnte owner f, FOR SALK—1!I34 Clievrolet US-ton (lum truck (PK2.'l"i). S.MlO us Is: by privnt owner. Pnquin & Bryan. Illithwiiv H mul _Pierce_Itf)ail. t; BY OWNER—1930 Chevrolet sedan. $:100 (3E4062); 19:',2 Chevrnlcl sedan (71R1421 Jlfiil if sold tbis week. 002 Beech. 0 FOR SALE, by owner, linii Plymouth 2 door seilan (!)A«:iS7>. (rood condition: J-tO cash us is. Apply 1880 Pacific street T'hnne 2-74f>0. f, FOR SALE—My owner. I!)?, t V^S 7' - un (71D4II4). cheap, J2l)r> ns Is. Pbon 8-KliO.S. 19ni FORD roadster for sale, flood rub her, eood condition. $175 nfl ia. (Culo 11:147). Call r.-r,.'!09. FORD 19:12 model B sedan (SSQI02). $325 n Is: privnIP owner. 2044 Robinson. d FOR SALE nr trade for coupe, 10.12 Pnntln 4-rlcior Hed:m, tiew A-l lires. new tr>p. ne\ spray paint, new motnr overhaul. se:i cnvers: clean car; pri\'ale party (HiK'fiSO) $::|0 us is. 1002 Tliirly-roiirlli slreel. 1937 CHEVROLET flat bed 1 Vj-tnn Iniclc' like new. will trade for late model ,•• or what have you? f!2ir, Chester avenue See party at. Kray house trailer in rear (H10V4). fi Automotive Service, Parts I Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf TWO and one-third acres with completely furnished 3-bedroom house. Including refrigerator, air cooler and Bendlx waahe.; has garden, fruit trees and rhickons; $5500. $2500 cash. >v mile east of Pumpkin Center on Taft High- wa y. Phone_2-JJHJO. 6 7 SIXTY ACRES—House, other out buildings, gas nnd electricity, good irrigation well. Phone 3-201L'. M r. Michael. 68 FlYli-ROOM house, dairy and burn, domestic pump. KverytliltiK In good condition. Three-fourths mile north of Greenfield. l'htmB_2-70_6_5. 71 ltd ACHES. 1 MILE WfclST OP WKKI) PATCH STORK. (iOOD J-ltOO.\t 1IO.MIO. IN KXCKLLENT CONDITION : DOtJ III.K GAKAUK, PltKSm'HlO SYSTEM: ON K OK HKST WATKU WELLS IN' DIS- TUICT; ABOI'T 1X00 KKKT OP 1'11'K LIN 1C; 40 ACKES IN ALFALFA. UKST 1HCVOTKD TO POTATOES. PUICE I. 1 ! 2.1 1'KK ACHK, $20,000 DOWN. HAI.ANCK F, KQl'AL PAYMENTS. ICLMEK MARTIN, 22(1 II AHEIt KIOLPE _HriLPINi:. I'IUINK_2-!>2'J4.__ 72 '.17 ACHES with Kern Island water, S200 prr ncre. with half oil riKhtB. Phone 8-M 1 4 ________ FUH SALE—140 ACHES, NEAR 1'IXLEY. TIM.AItli COL'NT Y. TWO GOOD WELLS. IN COTTON AND ALFALFA. SriTAHLK FOR I'OTATdlCS. I'HICEl) FOR "WASHING, rOT.TPTriNCi, RI MONI71.XO, LUBRICATION' ANI OKXKUAL, CAR MA1NTEX ANCK. 7f COM LET12 body and fender repairing also front wheel alignment. Charles Vlgstrom's Garage. 1620 Twenty-eighth ati ;et. Phone Z-7937. 4-1 J-t GRANT Piston rings last longer. Motor tuned up, greasing and oiling: car storage Blue Ribbon Garage. 1»1« Nineteenth.^ 1-16-t WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-6637 Eighteenth and 1-4-tf Al'TOMOUILHJ and truck repalrinc and welding service. Brine your troubles to 2:iO_lt!iker_street. ill! AUTO REPAIRING. tllnvupM, nl.«o complel overhauls, by skilled mechanics. Work Kiiaranlced by Depiil WehliiiK nnd Aulo- meibile Service. lf,08 F street. 71 Motorcycles and Bicycles LOW FIIK CASH. I'l.XI.KY 1'HONE 9-9222 OK 6'J , th\» semi-princess Idea with s modified •weetheart yoke will make tiny hearts gutter. Make It with or without the Peter fan collar. . Pttern No, -8717 Is designed for sizes J, p, 4, t and ( years. Size 3 require 1 »i yards of 35 or- 3D-Inch material; 14 yard Contrast for collar. _Tb« new fall and winter Issue of •TPaahlon" Is now ready—32 pages. It'» » complete guide to your fall and winter Wart)rob*. Beni for your copy. Price 16 I . For tbil attractive pattern, send to cent* ID coin*, with your name, address, pat- tarn OUH>b*r and sir* to Tht Baktrsfield CaUfornia* Codoy's Pattern Bervict. Itt Miuionttrnt. Cum franeftce I. FOK SALK—40 m-res Improved. Corner of lit uinliino I,)ine ntul Ktnrling Hoiiil All.-ii •;. Murlo. plume 21-F-H, 14 K li'M l"M _M reel. Santa OrUK. till TWI-INTV AC'HKS Hllalta. ready ti> >ut. su \\ill *how huw well tbis t;rtMlnil prmtij, CH ; lar^u ham, i-uul«l be turiu'd into inilkliiK biirn; i-urrals: wpll-bullt N|II>P, 11 t'd limi*'!. rbifken <HiuipiTH'nt ; tcjun. 1rnplenn<iiii< and a Kood fimnlry limni-. partly furnlsbcd. SPB tbia for an nwl'ullv isnod buy. Will tain? small IIUUHK on lnrui' Int. liiilf arre or ai're and nt>me iii»|| as down payinunt. Klwuud's, lllia "liyu." 19,18 HARLEY-DAV1DSON. model 61. prarlirall>- new tiros; motor in excellent condition; puce S5DO. Can be seen at GOD Ara_cla_strpi > t J _o_r_ ;ibone 2-f»SC7. tie FOR PA UK—no Ilarley-Pavlclsnn molor- c'.vi-lf. fairly cooil c-oniiil ion, S.I'iO cash. <lnrilnn lleiiley, firtit lionsi' west of liiuh ni'liool on Stfvt'iilh. I'ltoiiB Wasco fi7li ' FOR SALE—Clrls 1 bicycle, good condi- _' ln ll'_ S:lt) l J hmio_21-K-12. f,7 FOK SALK-- Man's, hen \-\ Weight bicycle, in good cnmlit KIII. Vi ice J")!). See at I.'l7 HlisH utieet or phnne :i-(i:ilit; ailcr u'.'lfl P. "I. (IS Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WANTED—Good old. heavy car. 192.1 to 1(131 i.uxlel. Route <;, Box 562. Onc- JiHir mile soulli of Fairfax Scluuil. __ 2-.IOGG. .;,; WIt,i PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS NO RED TAPE. CASH II: 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf Two-piece Mohair living room sets, full spring construction. Regularly $!!)!>.50. Only $149.00. Two-piece freeze living room sets. Full sprins construction. Regularly $209.50. Only $159.50. Siive $50 on each at these well constructed suites. Gilt framed large plate glass mirrors. Only $23.50. Baby biiRK.v's all pastel construction, rubber wheels, $14.95 and up. Baby cribs with adjustable steel sprinRS, $26.5p. Fiber nips, decorative and inexpensive, Hxl2. $15.95. Use our budget plan. No Interest or carrying: charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 Chester Avenue Just one block south of the court house. 71 FOR HALE—Hotpoint stove, almoat new. To see, call al 304 Wilkins In Golden State Tract, east Of Union between Urundage and California. 66 FOR SALE—Studio couch, gas heater, wing typ? chair, two chests drawers. T'luilio 2-7591! or 419 Douglas. M USED FI'RMTURE. tools, stoves, miscellaneous articles of oil kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-482S. Authorized Mnytag Service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Morley's New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q. 82 USED FL'RNITURE wanted. We call any place, in city and give free estimates. Ilrovvn's Furniture, formerly Hoy While Furniture. 1'hone 7-7021. fi-12-tf FOR SALE—One llvlngrnnm suite, prewar: on«? bedroom suite, spring and mattresV prewar; one cook stove, high oven; one one Olympic Ice box; two cotton mattresses, etc. 1011 Altus street, South- Rate. 6 7 FOR SALE—One fi-foot glass show rasp. A. J. Russell. 2730 San Emidio street, _B_akersflpld_._Canf._ 66 FOR SALE—House furniture and canned fruit. 4202 Chester. Bakerslield. Ruth C r_o s s. t; G FOR SALE—Two cotton mattresspg, 75x31. 2;',-pouml weight. Phone 4-440C. M TWO Hollywood style, crib size children's beds, springs and mattresses. I'hono 2-0:l7_4_or_c 1 ;iM_101_:!_Brimdaj;e. LIVI.Vt; ROOM suite. Sir,; occasional table: baby bed, jr.; boy's 28-inch bicycle. Sl'C El TP.IOII. Oil.laic. For tale—Lumber O. P. and 2x10 redwood. Location, Standard OH Company Tank Farms. 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 10-7-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweeperc available only to persons having-old Hoovers to trade In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts an 1 service. Call Welll's service department. 6-6851. 7-B-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toasters, heating pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Huntley Appliance Service and Repairs, 917 Water street. Phone 2-4670 or 80 hay loaders, new. 69 FOR SALE—Baled Phone 2-2075. For ^«ale—Miscellaneous { For tale—Miscellaneous ^ ' ***-* l."ls»»s»»pP»j»»j,»^»^0«js1 I *sM*MMMs<iJ|l**^MAM**sjMR**aMM*>«***M***MAMMlv«RMMMR*»«M>*l** • pPilf 3) ft W'*3)ft°/dl'£ ICksiiFifirn Sft/fw^ UU&. dill WdJiys indinill o>lllMG >w74c OXK III-jlN'E piano. In good condition: onp guitar, good as new; one prewar living loom set. Call S-S:i60, or H12 Third SIreet. FOU SALE—tins ranp», high ovon, in good comlmon. 2004_Ced;ir_M reet. OS FOR SALE—1'rowar davenport, mahogany cliiiet.te table breakfast, occasional cliair. excellent condition; Singer electric sp^ymg machine. 4 I t V street. FOR SALE—Studio couch. one used linoleum. fall 2-40S2. 6S FACTORY 1-jriI.T. 10 foot, 42-inch benni mahogany outboard boat; equipped with nar locks; completely reconditioned, lilenl for binning and fishing. Phone 7-71I17 i£_ra 11 728 Twenly-fnurth slrept. uS FOR SALE—Living room sot. 2000 First slrept. c; LAUriR SIDE Lullaby baby crib, wilh new mallrcss; also pract Ically new bativ sheet ;_chlid'sj-cicklngjnorsi^ Cajljl-illiih FOR SALE—Rpcnndtloned vacuum cleaner. $2f.. 40(i_l'acif_ic. OS SPARK 4-burner gas ranae. $20; divan set .c'^i'L^fP^'.'..!.!?^ ' 20H Robinson street. i;7 FOR SALl-^—Five-piece walnut bedroom set. complete wilh springs and mattress; walnut dresser, Vitn plate glass mirror ami Simmons bed. with Simmons springs nnd mattress; 9x12 100 per cent wool nir. will] pad and matching throw rug, excellent condition; Solid oak G-plece dinette set, wilh extension table; 7 2-foot bamboo porch shades; tile top coffee, table, anil oilier miscellaneous pieces of furniture, fan bp seen at 207 II street, between S p. in. and 7 p. m. on Monday and 10 a. m. t o 2 p. m. Tuesiln y. ATTENTION, mothers. We carry a full line of baby furniture, at reasonable prices. Sou us before you buy. Victory Furniture Exchange. 618 Union avenue. Phone 2-1005. 86 FOR SALE—New and used mattresses: all kinds of furniture, radios gold, traded nnd repaired. First clast; workmanship. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. On Taft Flghway. 1% miles west of Greenfield. . 68 For Sale—Lumber HOUTS * ROX Cut Rate Lumber Yard, 2200 Edition Highway. Bakersfield. 9-,10-tf Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL TRADE 19:17 Oldsmobile (Calif. 2D1701), good condition. $570 as is. or pay cash, for 1940 or 1041 convertible. Hotel TpBelor, helween 6 and 8 p. m. 69 WANTED to buy from private owner, 11137 or 1938 Chevrolet coupe or seilan. JliiM bo in good condition. Phone 6-C1R6 after !i:30 p. in. G7 THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA- TION has set dollars-and-cents celling .prices on used refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maximum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual selling his personal household elfects. For information concerning these and all other celling prices, call the Bakersfield War Price and Rationing Board. Phnne 9-9419. 6-13-tf Flying and balsa model plane klta, jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships fittings, balsa wood cnrvlng knives, dope and cement. Come In and look around. Edward's Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth street. 8-22-tf FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Tourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 3 Miles South of Town 9-6-tf WASHING MACHINES r.epaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf ONE-DAT SERVICE Grade A Truck Rubber MENDERHAUSEN'S 801 Niles Phone 3-1402 68 6S ALL SIZES FROM 40 TO 48 INCH ALSO HAVE TRAPS, FAUCETS AXD GALVANIZED PIPE COME IN TO WARDS PLUMBING DEPARTMENT FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS >^)^>^iAiiii\^li _J/ VV (b\! TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER PHONE 7-7871 67 CABBAGE, cauliflower, broccoli, chard, lettuce, celery, onion setH strawberry plan's, raspberry, blackberry and flower planrp bulbs, «tds and fertilizer; fruit, shade trees and shrubs. Plant them nnw. Krauter Nursery.- 601 Eighteenth street. 10-2-tf VACUUM CLEANER. Irons, clocks and all small appliances repaired. No delay. General Service Company. t!3 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf REPAIR yonr own shoes. We carry a food stock -.f leather and accesporien I'OT repairing. Paul Hornung. 1608 Nineteenth street. 8-23-tf DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize In morrors for mantels, walls and doors. Bakersfield Glass Company, 1715 Nineteenth street, 1-10-tf ELECTROLUX cleaner owners, for parts or service, call your authorized Electro- lux serviceman. Marvin Herring. 2-8970. Electrolu* Corporation. 1831 Orange street. 66 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE) CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 6-606J _^___ J-2 9-tf NOTICE 3. ft J. Electric Iron Shop 611 Nineteenth Streer May have heating elements to fit your Iron. Cords and a few motor* for sale. 69 Liberated" and "Yanks Captur Guam and other newareela, 8-mm an lb-min scenic, adventure and sport pictures. New cartoons. Little King Dciald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. E< ward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth. 9-19-1 o i o NVw and used. Bought, sold, repalre and exchanged. Largest stock, i: Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 7 ONE pair ot E-lnch hard-toe driller 1 * boots PUBLIC address mueic Instrument, picku and amplifiers. Gore's Radio Shop Arvin. Hearing with my VACOLITE, I can laug with the others when a eood Joke Is told Element Hershey, 2735 Center. Phon 10-9-t FOR SALE-"-Heavy duty hemstitching machine. $95. Herb Loe's Furniture, Lamont. Calif. 67 Wanted to Buy—Automobile* | Wanted to Buy—Automobiles FENCING We still have a good selection of poulti netting and stock fencing, Includin heavy-gauge barb wire. COUSINS TRACTOR COMPANY 424 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 6-671 . 6 FOR ' ALE—Portable welder. 200 to 30 amp.. General Electric; driven by V- motor; cables, torches, hose and regula tors Included: mounted on Chevrolet 1 ] 3 ton truck (Calif-EliiiSeS); will sell as unit or separate. For particulars, ca 3-1377. 6 FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET-BUICK-CAD1LLAC DEALER 9-21-tf WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS SEWING MACHINES SINGER and White. Repair al makes of sewing machines vacuum cleaners and Irons. Hem stitching while you wait. Kllle drews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1509 We?t Eighth. Phone 9-9437. 73 SCRAPERS We carry the BeGo line of leveling scrap era. Thefee are hydraulic-control typ and can be easily adjusted to build bor <iers. Sizes from 6 to 12 feet. 6 and 8-foot models available for Immediate delivery. We also have a large selection of hydraulic pumps, valves and adaptors for your tractor. COUSINS TRACTOR COMPANY 424 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 6-6711 6 SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn Yes. we deliver. Pioneer Mercantile Com pany. Phone 8-8681. »-18-tf SMALL cash register, J76; a good grocery scale. $65. Both In good condition. Phone 9-9215. ask for Mrs. Black. '6e FOR SALE—One skunk fur coat, size 12, practically new, price $100. Pbone 3-1411 or call at 2203 N street. 6S ONE 16-horsepower Elto outboard motor, with extras. Phone 3-1521. 66 THREE MEN'S SUITS, reasonable price. Boy's bicycle. $35. 2110 Twenty-fourth street. 66 ONE 7x12x6 high steel truck body, $100. Phone Arvin 73. 68 ONE heavy team and leather harness for sale. Phone Arvin 73. 63 EAKEU-ADAA1S MOTOR COMPANY 270li ChosiLT Avenue Phone 3-9745 7-11-tf. LIVESTOCK auction sale every Tuesday. Sale begins at 11 a. m "We have fine fresh and springer dairy cows. Heifers, veal anc baby calves, horses, saddles anc] harness, sows, fat hogs, feeder pigs, sheep and goats. Better buy now, prices are going up. Clark's Auction Yard, 3 miles south of town on Highway 99. 66 FOU KALE—Electric brooder In first class condition, like new. Phone 2-1921. 222'J Pnciflc Drive. G9 PREWAR Trnveleze baby biiERy nnd waterproof innersprind mattress, J2i. 2308 Belle .Terrace. 67 LA ROE de luxe General Electric roaster, waffle iron, sandwich Brill. See at 227 Oleander avenue. 6li 70 FEET of boarded fencing, 6 feet hleh and 35 feet of lattice fencing, nicely painted, with I, llion avenue. , all posts. See at 100 65 SIXOLE barrel shotgun. 12-gauge, J12. _ Plione 7-7127. 1001 T street. 66 GET JOUR rubber stamps from Bak«r«- field'a loadln. rubber stamp company. Ton will be satisfied with its prompt service. Pads, Inkn, dateri of all makes. 1808 "Eye" atreet. Phone 8-8102. fg KICK ROGERS. TWEXTY-FIFTH CENTURY. A. D. I CL^&J&f***' Y THAT BUZZ-BOMB ) HAS RUN OUT OF ,„ GO-GOO /TP5 FALLING/' LUCKY I GOT OUT OF j- Danger Ahead By LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS No. 1 ALFALFA hay for sale. J21 pet inn. One-half milo north of Rnsednle Service Station on west side of roar]. Phone 2-S079. 67 STKKL clrthos nnd fences. 2-0204. line, poles, steel post Leave order. Plinn 67 NUMBER 1 alfalfa hay for sale. $21 ton. Half-mile north Roaedale on Allen Road. Phone 2-409(1. U7 Rainbow collection of gladioli, packed for gifts, tulips, ranun culus, narcissus, choice mixed colors. Fertilized and peat moss. Wattenberger's, 2521 East California. ti'J GIRL'S maroon all-wool coat, with sweater and skirt to match, size 8, all for $10. Call at 205 West Belle avenue, Rlver- view. 6 6 FERTILIZER — PULVERIZKD SHKEF AND BARNYARD FRRTILIKER. FKK- TILIZK YOUR LAWN N'OW. WE DK- I-.1VKR. P11ONK 2-IUfil. 74 RUMMAGE SALTS ........... Wednesday and Thursday. SIS Baker _ s treet. SI. M a r_K ajret '_!<_(_ '• lijjd; 6 7 _ _ ___ _ PORTABLE electric washing machine, with wringer, $25; while enamel RHS bathroom heater, $2. 2509 Sunset _ n venue. _ 6 7 FOR SALE — One-room house, to be moved. Phone 2-7075. FOR SALE or trade, two 600-chicken. gas brooders; one glass coffee maker, with two tops: two small kitchen sinks, metal chicken feeders. Phone 2-3C38 or call at 212!) North Haker. FOR Sfie the DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE. 71 OSWALD'S SPECIALS Counters Stools Steam table Steam table insets Back bars Showcases Scales Beverage coolers Stock pots Dishes Uroonis Glasses Hakes And Hundreds of Other Items We Sell to Anyone OSWALD RESTAURANT SUPPLY 716 Nineteenth Street. Phone 2-9317 91 FOUR-WHEEL cotton trailer, good tires, $3:>; two pair cotton scales, $5 each; sulphur duster. $12; new roll barbed wire. $4.75; fence posts, cheap. Phone 3-0975. 67 FOR SALE—Blue formal, dresses, all sizes 14, also hats, reasonable. Call 6-6803. FOR SALE—40 does, 5 bucks, 100 young rabbits. Good hutches; 100 crocks. 6 dozen wire stretchers, bench saw. hardware cloth, ! ,{:-inch and ?i -Inch; lots of good lumber suitable for outbuildings; 2-wheel trailer. A. L. Keck. Rome 6, Box 2.12, on Edison Drive, V4 mile south of P. G. & E. substation. For talc—M!*c«llan«oim I STILL HAVE 3« tons of No. 1 oat hay. The first person that brings me $725 gets It. Phone 3-2078. «7 GOOD high oven stove, heating Ktnv>.« dinette set. bed and springs, tricycle. Phone 2-3323. ENAMELED pas range, hint! oven: also blue chinchilla overcoat, almost new, size 42. 213 Decatur street. ?_Ik TEAM with harness, and Implements, 2-row cultivator to fit D. C. or C. C. Cnee tractor. Lum Brothers, Itoute 3. _} j "* -•! 1. Phone 2-2027. 67_ WE BUY used sewlnc machines. Kllle- brew's Sewing Machine Repair Shop. 1509 West Eighth. Phone 9-9437. Ill GENUINE Ermine coat, nlze 40. original price $GOO, will sell reasonable. 213 T'nlon avenue. Phone 2-4244. 67 BEDROOM SET. rugs, kitchen table and chairs, radiant heater, utensils and dishes: other miscellaneous. 212 Union avenue. Phone 2-4244. 67_ LADY'S brown overcoat. In good condition. $10 cash. 618 Lincoln street, Oll- dnle. 67 Radios, Musical Instruments 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 prlcM paid for new and used pl«noi. Phon* 8-8981. l-12-tf CAR AERIALS for any make of car, $4.SS and up. Poston Radio earner of K street anO 93 Highway. 8-1-tf HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radio*. Bakersfield Radio Pupply. 1808 Chester avenue. Phone I-B150. 8-11-tf Expert repair service on all makes. Adequate stocks of parts and most types of tubes. Pre-war OPA approved prices. URNER'S 2006 Chester Avenue Oldest Radio Dealer In City 10-9-tf. W1L1 PAY highest cash prlc» tat your piano. Call 8-88711. 1-26-tf RADIO REPAIRS Quick serlvct. General 8«rvlc« Company. 813 Baker. Phnne 2-6278 4-24-tt TOP PRICES oald for late model radio*. Poston Radio Service, corner of K and 99 Highwa:>. Phnne 1-0498. 1-1-tf. 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 THREE-OCTAVE Deagan marimba, metal pipes with music stand. 1410 Fourteenth street. No calls Saturday. _ 68 Quick service and sensible prlcei. stock of prewar parts. Wq have a few used radios for sale. Buck Radio Service. Ti'i Washington avenue, Oildnle. Phone 2-6193. . 67 FOR SALE—Player piano rolls. 2-1118. Phone tiA GOOD VIOLIN, reasonable. Place. 33 WcArlhnr 68 Cameras and Photography WANTED—Reasonably priced foldinK camera, preferably with case, for overseas service man. Phone 5-5498. 68 WILL PAT CASH for typewriter*, adding machines, checkwrlters and cash registers. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1660 Chester avenue. 6-29-tf Fruits and Vegetables Vine Ripened Lug, 75c 1019 Baker St. East Bakersfield io-e-tf CHOICE APPLES We have received another load of Watsonville apples. These apples are all of choice quality. You will find the Bellfleur and Pippins are large, fine canning apples and can be purchased for the following low prices: Bellfleurs, $2.69 per box. Pippins. $3.49 per box. Also Delicious. $3.89 per box. We also have Tehachapl commercial Russett potatoes at $3.49 per sack, some No. 1 Tehachapi long white potatoes at $3.79 per sack. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-09C1. 67 New crop, but won't last Ions:. Slicing or Pickling. By the lug, $1.50 and u» Brine containers. POTTER NURSERY . 25,1!) Lake Street 67 SWEE1 POTATOES tor sal«. Krauter 1 . Nursery. 601 Eighteenth. 10-6-tf. WE WILL begin picking Miller's late peaches Monday. October 16. They are excellent foi canning nnd table use. Mer- rlll Fruit Ranch. Rio Bravo. 66 RIPE canning tomatoes, 7Gc luc; better hurry; also Boston pl» pumplnks. Priest Poultry Ranch, 5H miles south on Union. Poultry and Livestock 'FFERING a number of outstanding yearling and 2-year-old, registered Hereford bulls. A. H. Karpe. 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