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THE BAKfittSFlEU)'CALIKOKNIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1936 ADS WILL HELP YOU SAVE MONEY Far Sale—Automobiles Is selling out his entire stock of used, cars, preparatory to quitting business. Huge savings on every car, But they're going fast— 1934 Plymouth dels, coupe $546 •1934 Ford coupe, radio . f466 1932 Chrysler .Imperial coupe $445 1U32 Dodgo sedan ?37'> 1936 Willys • 7? sedan |385 1980 Chrysler 77 spt. sedan $205 1U31 Ford sport roadster $245 1829 Chrysler sedan $176 1929 De Bold sedan $176 Most of these cars have been completely reconditioned. TRADES—EASY TERMS Open Evenings and Sunday 2229 CHESTER AVENUB 62 '30 '30 '36 .'30 '30 'SO '36 '80 '30 •Liticoln Zephyr sedan $1195 ^Packard trunk sedan $1095 Buick 61 Bedan JIOD5 Gtiick 41 coupe 4895 Pontlac touring sedan $896 Ghev. town sedan $065 Dodge trunk sedan $845 Ford sedan, latest series $765 Terraplane do luxe coupo, electric gear shift $695 LOU HARRISON . 1110 Eighteenth Street Open Evenings and Sunday 1936 BUICK Hedan; will Hell or trade equity for ainall used car. Private owner. Call 627 Chester avenue. BO Tl.HES sold on lime payments—no finance or carrying charges. A. Friedman Wheel & Tiro Exchange, 1810 tSlghtenth. Phone C873. 63 For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Used 38-h.ji. engine, flritl- I'lasK condition; 00-day Kuaraiilco; especially miltablc for mine work. Sasla & Wallace, S520 Cheater avenue. •FOR SALE—Three-quarter nl«e bed, complete with mattress, $8. Phone 27CO-W. . USED lumber for sale, Ixl2», lx<u. • 2x48 and 2x6n, 1x4 pine flooring, doom, windows, plumbing pipes, %-ln.. 1-ln., 1%-ln., 2-ln.T 2V4-ln. and 3-lti.; ooll pipe, one nlnk and drain, all enamel. CablnclH, one large gas rnngu, O.K. for rcs- . tuUrant, one pool table, needs cover. Two Hteam heating iiliintu, good for office or Ktore houue. Bolted iru-mo for building, 44x72. good for warehouse or garage. Light fixtures for biiolnesH building. This material located at Associated Oil Co. lease at Reward, west of McKlt- trlck. Tracy, owner. Phono GG98-M for Information. HIGHER rent forces Beaver's Bargain Market, south of Montgomery Ward's, to move October 1 to horso market west of new river bridge. _i»9. Highway. B2 FOH HALE— Five-room house, to bo moved from lot. Wrlto Box 408, ; Th"e Callforntan. POU, SALE—Children's blue . suede '•*hftp« and vest, b'rowh'' leatlier trim, ''kCfe JO to 14. ^Cbarleen Dress 'Shop; fMv Flower street. ... ..'. , • PER 1000 FT. No. 4 common '••••• HOOKING HPliCIALS ,90-Ib. slate roofing with fix.. $1.67 Asbestos fibre coaling, § gals. {2.50 REDWOOD HIDING @ $80 1x4 to 1x10, SIS flnlNh $42 1x4 Flouring - • $29 1x4 Chicken house flooring JI'J.OO HOUND paint, .all colors, gal. J1.2G 2-0x8-0 -Saab. 1 Unlit glazed 95c Redwood posts. 3x4-6 , each 18c SH1NQUS8. bundle .. 70o UBSB 5% CA8II DISCOUNT Twelve Million Foot Stock 101 BAROAIN8 101 . Angolcs 2100 East 88th St. A Dams 6171 ._. ,- , , -. 56 SIX-BALK COTTON TRAILER Duil tfres. hydraulic brakes. New rubber; and only $435. BARNBTT TJIAGTOR CO.. ... 2130 Chester Ave. 0-26-tf FOR SALE—Black Imported woolen coat lavishly trimmed with genuine Russian Beige IQrmlne. J35. Black woolen enscfnble with Silver Kox, $17.60, Browj* woolen enseiublo with sable dyed squirrel, Jl2.n0. Klzo 16. AH practically new. Photic 1701 mornings or evenings. • BI No. )' quality— 10-oz. 8-feet at 90c v 9-feet at 95c 10-feet at $1.05 U'-feet at JI.UD A., H. KARPB IMP. JiOUSB . CIS B. 19th St. Phono 916 62 racondltloned waKhlnv ma- ^ohlnea for »ale. Maytugs and other BOOd. makes. Aluo 19 ytwrn of ex- J«rt wrvlolnsr Maytags. Let mo- fix ygur^oia Mftytag-. Call 1027. Hill fleff«r at McMahan.H Furniture ;. SO FOR 8AL.K— Ollwell nnd water well casing line pipe, irrigation pipe. f«noe posts, etc. Western Oilfields Supply Co., 09 highway and Pierce Rpad. Sign of the big valve. 07 FOR SAU-J—House to be moved, 3PxS4 frame, flrtex Inside, shower stall, almost completed. Terms. Rt. 8. Box 640. Phone RBDWOOD stave plp«, U,«00 feat, 16- Inoh diameter, machine banded, for 'Bile cheap. In good condition. Kx- cellent for Irrigation- purpo»e«. For Information, communicate with Western Water Co.. Tuft, rallf. 81 >'OR SALE— HenwltchinK equipment % and rent of bu»Ines!. location: very cheap. 1916 Miller street. 60 No, J USED grain bags for in llo, CHo each to lots of 1000 or more. Alfalfa .Seed. Cane mol»»«e* in drunu. . Price* rapidly advancing. Buy now. Jwn Joaquln Qraln Co., Fourteenth and D atreeu. Phone t»S. 8-6-tf ForSalf—Misoallaneout T1SBS sold on Umo payments—no finance or oarryln«r charges. A. KrlwSman Wheel ft Tire exchange. 1810 Blghtenth, Phone 6878. 6d S1NOI2K electric portable, 189.46. Tristtdle, $10. White eleoirlo console, like new. m.50. Expert repairing. Part*. 1708 K gtreet. Phone 63SO. 80 FRUIT jar*, white they last, washed, quart* 24o and 3<o dozen; pints ltd and 29o dozen; glas»e», IQo do*en, 717 Sumner «treat. fl-1J-lf USED CLOTHING THE ECONOMY . 1912 L STREET BARGAINS IN MEN'S SLIGHTLY USED CLOTHING, SUITS, SHOES, ETC. 64 PttUlT JAHS—Quartiii Z4<5! pint*, 19o. Wo al«o buy rag«, bottles, junk of all kinds. Phone 178$ for plok-uji wagon. 132 East Twenty-first street. 0-9-tf PURS—Factory sample*. Pur con la, Jacket*, fox en, collar*. Hugo stock. Furs remodeled. "The Itoune of 1060 Fur Bargain*." Dow's Wholesale Fura. 138 Kearney, San Kran- ol*oo. 8-10-tf For Sale—Furniture HOT POINT eleetrlo TOURO. all while ennmel, HKo new, $80; 0x12 new Ax- mlnater nig, J27.60! used bed davenport. $10. DavlR Kurnituro Hx- nliangc. 2105 Chester avenue. 51 FURNITURE for 4-Foom" liousa for sale. By the piece or lot. 612 Bast Eighteenth. TO THIS hlKhest bidder—11 lot of garden tooln, lawn anil porch furniture, leather chain* and rockers, etc. Sale lit 10 n. in. Wednesday, September 80. 2B23 K HlrMI. til HAI..U—Clark-Jewell range, In good condition, phono 3959 or call at IBIS California avenue. NEW Seamless Axm. Hug. 9x12 $27.00 Knot Pino Breakfast Set $19.50 Walnut Bedroom Set, 3 pcs. $49.50 Double Deck Coll Springs $5.95 Large Top Foot Stools $1.00 Llv. Rm. Sot, 2-pc. Velonr $65.50 USED Full Size Beds $1.50 to $4.75 Largo Ivory Dresser $7.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $12.75 Large Top Llv. Rm. Set, 2-pc. $1G.95 100 Steel Cots HAMM SELLS FOR LESS 1100 18th, Corner 18th and N Phone 341 52 Legal Notices ORIGINAL SUMMONS No. 28557 In the Superior Court of Hie Slalo of California. In and for tho County of Kern. PACIFIC STATICS 8AVINO8 AND LOAN COMPANV, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CKNTHAL REAL KHTATH COM- PANV. a corporation, HAHOLU AH- IIOTT, HULA D. ABBOTT, CLARK K. ALLHN, LOTTIE C. ALLEN, EDNA L. ANDERSON, ICDWlN L. ANDERSON, MINNIE L. ANDERSON, ALBERT AMOUR, ulso Known as A. Armour, AUGUSTINE AMOUR. F. T. ANDREWS, JAMBS ARP, STANLEY J. BAIRD, E. D. BAKER, C. H. BARLOW, FOREST BROWN, EMMA V. BHUNS, PALMER BURKE. R, E. CADY, MINNIE E. CADY. BRUCE A. CHANCE. LEONA H, CHANCE, HAROLD CHAPPKLL, B. CLERICO, MAE COKFEKN, ANNA MARIA COGSWELL. W. A. CKOFT. BERNICE E. CnOKT. DUWARD CROWE, JOE DAVIS, LYDIA E. DAVIS. NORMAN L. UELMAR- TEH, FRIEDA DOW, .1. A. I.JIJNA- HOO. O. C. EARLS. VICTORIA EAHL8. L. O. ECKFOUD, MADDIE ECKKORD, O. FIORINI, T. J, FOLEY, BLANCIII3 F. KOLEY, W. O. FORCE. C. B. FREELAND, CHA8. L. FUDOE, LULU D. FtTDOE, WILLIAM CJALI,AHER, GENNA- V1EVE QALLAHER. JES8IO GIBBS, a1«o known KB Jessie Glbba and IIH J, M. CJIhbs. TONY OIL, ERMAL B. HAEFNER, RALPH R. HAaGERTY, W1LMA II. I1AM- MON, E. B. HARRIS. GEORGE HARRIS, RUTH HARRISON, M. 8. TIARVTTOT, GEORGE ITAV, ALBERT C. HERIOT, MARY E. E, HOLLEHECK, D. O. KIMBALL. ARTHUR KLINGENBERG, OTTO C, KLtNOENBKRG, FLORENCE E. LAHIijy. MARIE D. L1TTIG. PETER a. LOEWEN, A. 10. LUDOFF, also known an A. E. Ludloff, EARL J. LUNCEFORD. J. 8. McKIBBEN. GENIE PKARL McKIBBEN, J. D. MoCLAIN. also known ad J. C. Mo- LEAN. PEARL JONES McRAK. MARY JEAN MacOALLION, TI. M. MacCAJ^LION us Guardian of Mary Jean MacCulllon. a minor, H. M. MacCALLlON, ERIC C. MnelN- TYRE, N. M. MALOOF, FRANK L. MARTIN. BASIL IV MORGAN. W. B. MORGAN. MABEL C. MORGAN. JOHN MORGANTINTI. FORREST B. MOWRE. S. F. MUNN, HENRY J. NKWMAN, LELA OLDAKKR UK Guardian of V«»rl Woolsoy. a minor. LELA OLDAKER. VBARt, WOOL- REV. V. D. OSBORN. UVA Z. OSBORN. ROSE PACHL1O. HALLIE I*. PARRI8H. THOMAS PETERSEN. BESSIE B, PRTI3RSEN, MARIE PIEPI5R. BERTHA PIEPI7H, ELMER A. RAINKT. MARGUERITE R. RAINEV. O. B. ROLLINS, MARGARET ROLLINS, MRS. CHARLES I. ROBEBROOK. WIN!. FRED LAVERS RUSH, FRED W. RUSH. MAX RKIBT. A. W. SEIBT, L. W. 8PALD1NG, R. G. SPAL- t>lNO. JOHN W. STEELE, PAT 8UOHRUE, also known IIH E. P. SuKhrue, FRANK d. SUOREZ, CAR- RIB -M. SUCRE/,. KENNETH W. TEWKS. VERNIA TRWEK. PAUL VAND.ER BUCK. JULIA H. VANDER I5IKI3, ADEL VOOEL. GLENN 2-, WARE, HAROLD E. WADMAN, FLORENCE E, \VH,LIAMS GEORGE S. •WtDLFE. GLADYS 8 WOLFE. B. A. WRIGHT. O D. YOUNG. BERT J. 2ANRTTI, MINA 5CANBTTI, FIRST DOE. HECOND DOE. THIRD POE, FOURTH DOE. FIFTH DOR; SIXTH DOE, SEVENTH DOE, EIGHTH DOE. NINTH DOE. TENTH DOE, ELEVENTH nOK. TWELFTH DOR. THIRTEENTH POE. FOURTEENTH DOE. FIFTEENTH DOR. 8L\- TEENTH DOE. SEVENTEENTH DOE, KinHTEKNTH DOR, NINETEENTH -POK, TWENTIETH DOE. TWENTY-FIRST DOE, TWENTY-SECOND DOE, TWKN« TV-THIRD DOE. TWENTY- FOURTH DOE. TWENTY-FIFTH DOE. TWENTY-SIXTH DOE, TWENTY - SEVENTH POE, TWENTY-EIGHTH DOE. TWRN- TV-NINTH DOB, THIRTIETH POE. FIRST DOR COMPANY, a corporation, SECOND DOR COM•PANT, a corporation, THIRD POB COMPANY a corporation. FOURTH DOR COMPANY, a corporation, and FIFTH DOB COMPANY, a corporation. Defendants THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREETINGS Central Real E«tat<- Company, a -larold Abbott, Bulk D.< All«n, tattla C. |tW#<M^« fiSdwItt T*. .j£j l "i_-_^.:£,'U3nii!ssf!f>?>a?i!rE.* '9^^^f '*< a* A. For Salt—Furniture At THESE PRICES ON HlQH- GRADM USK0 FURNITURE: 8»pc. «n. beflroom wet, perfect »17,»5 8-pe, «61ld mahoR. bedroom net, I19.75 J-po. «olld mahoirany dining set m.ts 6»po. walnut rtlnlnsc room net J19.75 J-pc. velour living-room set ilB.tr, S*pO. mohair ItvlnK room set ' |l9.76' 8-pe. Monlercy dining i*«t, perfect condition, cost new $109.50 t&4,50 0-pt3. twin bodroom Ret, burled walnut, cost new «19.SO $<9.60 8-pc. walnut dlnliiR room »el, very largo !>Ue. tablo has 4 leaves: cent new «C9 $79.60 Several fine living room sot* In perfect condition, cost up to $150, upeclal nt |!)!UO POPEL FURNITURE EXCHANGE ArdlMl-Olees* Bldgf. 983 Sumner St. JiiRt west of Baker. Phone 1341. f>! Fruits and Vegetables YELLOW preserving tomatoes, last call. Alco white mash sacks, 7Bo do*en. Prlcat Poultry ranch, 5\4 nouth on Union. Poultry and Livestock T*KN head of *addle lior«c», weight from 700 to 1200, tSR upi pome odd color*. UakerBflcld Corral, IJrundone Lane. ^4 FOR SALE—FrcMv family Jerncy cow. 820 Uelle• avenue, Rlvervlew. WANTED—Milk oow In exchange for feotl and oare. Phone S717-R-1. THE Archibald Hatchery, Hoquel, Calif. Through the fall and winter month*, hatching White Leghorns. Barred Kockx and Rhode IMund Reds, weekly. Wrltii for cnliiloK. HO FOR 8ALE—200 Rhode Inland Red IMilletB, MlHDOiirt Rtock, !l inontlis <j)d, 25c Ib. Hell all or part: al«o young sow with llttor Jl pigs, 2 woekH old, fGG; P feeder plgK, 125 pounds up, Hi' Ib. on foot. Inquire 020 Jackson aired, New _ Chicken Coop Cafe. [>0 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous BEST prices paid for bottlen, ran». Iron and other Junk. Phone 4178 for pickup wagon. Prompt nervlce. 420 Earn Nineteenth. 7-9-30-tf Business Cards ARVIZU'S CONCRETE PIPE Anythlnk Otnerili Oitti «nd Valves All W«rK autrantMd 20 AhHn, CftlHornla GOVERNMENT BONDS FINANCIAL LETTER Petrelium and Mining Inglnesr HO H«b«rt»IUI Bld«. Phont |7tl Rlil()«nc« 212] TwinllMh Phtni 2»8«-W LAUNDRY SERVICE Uandry Strvlet UnixMlltd— Thit It Our Tin Dlttmnt 8«r»l«*« ind lorlo Odorlwi Dry Clunlng CITIZENS LAUNDRY SIxtMnth >ni) 0 8tra<U Phont JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX BEftVlCE, AUDITS, SYSTEMS 20S-8 Proliulonil Building Phont 4t«l PAYNE & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Nlnitwnlh «nd G Stmti J. C. P*ynt J. Bruei P«»n Fred DOUGHTY-CALHOUN-O'MEARA Funtral Director! and AmbultnoQ Servloi UN Truxtun Avtnul, »t N Itrtit Phone 567 . Udy Attendant Halt Machine and Tool Works Prteai Art Right—24-Hour Service OENCRAL MACHINE REPAIR WELDING AND MANUFACTURING ' Twenty-lint «nd Union Avtnili Old Theater Days Will Be Revived (Continued From Pago Eleven) WANTED—old burlap and rags. Buy- Ing bottles nnd other junk. Call 2170 for pick-up wagon. 717 Humner street. 8-16-tf Radios, Musical Instruments FOR RALK—lvern & Pond piano, $2.". cash. Phone 2312-J or call ^'52H Brundago Lane. 51 PIANOS—Pianos—pianos—the, . select Ion of pianos In Kern county. Used, rebuilt pianos at low prices. Guaranteed. Now grand nnd upright nlaim», hlgh-gradn nuike«. PiMces fnw and rental lerins. Valley Music •Store. 1623 Nineteenth street. 56 Legal Notioes Cluincp, Harold Clmpppll. B. Plerloo, Mae Coffeun, Anna Maria nojtswnll, W. A. Croft. Bnrnlce 1C. Croft, Du- , ward Crowe. Joo Davis, Lydla E. i Davis, Norman L. Delmiirter, Frieda Dow, J. A. Dunahoo. O. C. Eiirls. Victoria Earls. 1,. o. Efkford. Maddte Eckford. (}. Florlnl. T. J. Foley. Blanche P. Foley, W, G. Force, C. B. Freeland, Chas. L. Fudge, Lulu D. Fud«o, William Onllahcr, Gennavlevo Gallaher, Jesse Olbbs, also known as Jessie Glbbs and IIH J. M. olhhs, Tony Gil, Ermal B. Ilaefiiur. Ralph R. IlagRerty. Wllma II. Ilammon, E. B. Harris, Georire Harris, Ruth Harrison. M. S. Harvunt, George I Hay. Albert C. Herlot. Mary E. E. i Hollebeck, V. O. Klnitmll, Arthur KllnRenborg, Otto C. Kltngenberft, Florence E. Ijihey. Mario D, Lltllg, Peter O. Loowon, A. 10. L\idoff. nlnii known as A. E. Ludloff. Earl J. Lunceford, J. S. McKlbhm. Gpnle IVnrl MclClbbon, J. I). MoClaln, alno known an J. C. McLean, Pearl JOIICH MnRao, Mary Jean MacCalllon, H. M. MRcCalllon, UH Guardian of Mary Jean MacCalllon, a minor. II. M. MncCallloti, Eric C. .Mn<-lt>(>-rn N. M. MaUiof, Frank L. Martin, Basil • B. MorRan, W. B. Morgan. Mabel C. Morgan, John Morgantlnll. Forrest B. Mowre, S. F. Muni), lU-nry .1. Newman, Lola Oldaker us Guardian of Vearl WoolBey a minor. Lola Old- nker, Vcarl Woolaoy. V. D. Onborn. Uva Z. Odborn, Roso Pnchllg, 1-lallle L. Parrlfdi. ThomaN Pplnrdcii, BenKle B. Putersen. Mario Pleper, Berlhii Pleper, Elmer A. Ralnoy, Marguerite , H, Ralnoy. O. B. Rolling. Margaret Rollins, Mr». Charlns I. Ronebrnnlc, Winifred Lavcrw Rush, Fred W. Runh. Max Solbt. A. W. Selhl. L. W. Spaldlng, R. G. Spaldlng. John W. Steele, Pot Snghrue, iiliio kunwn IIH K. P. SughruR, Frank G. Suorex, Carrie M. Suorer, Kenneth W. , Tewes, Vcrnla Tcwes, Pan! Vander i Elke, Julia H. Vander Kike, Adel Vogcl, Glenn a. Ware, Hwold E. Wadman. Florence E. Wllllamx, George 8. Wolfo, Gladyn R. Wolfe, B. A. Wright, O. D. YounK, Berl J. Zanelll, \flna '/an<>U|, Flr»<l Poo, Second Doe, Third Doe, Fourth Doe, Fifth Doe, Sixth Doe, Seventh Doe, Eighth Doe, Ninth Poo. Tenth Doe, Eleventh Doe, Twelfth Don, Thlr- leenlh Poe. Fourleenlh Doe. Fifteenth Doe, Sixteenth Don, Seventeenth DOQ. Eighteenth Doe, Nineteenth Poe. Twentieth Poe, Twenty- Flrid Poe. Twenty-Second POP. Twenty-Third Doe, Twenty-Fourth Do*. Twenty.Fifth Doe, 'Twenty- Sixth P<>«. Twenty.Seventh Poo, Twciity-ICIghlh Doe, Twenty-Ninth Doe, Thirtieth Doe. First Doe Company, a corporation, Hecond Poo Company, a corporation, Third Doe Company, a corporal Ion. Fourth Doe Company, a corporation and Fifth Doe Company, a corporation, Defend- antH. You are directed to rfppear In an action brought agaliml you hy the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of California. In and for the County of Kern, «nd to ! anNwer lb« complaint ihemln within ten days after the norvlce on you of thin MummoiiN, If served within the County of Kern, or within thirty day« If »erv«d eloewhere, and you are notified that unlnss you appear and annwer an above required, the plaintiff will tnkn judgment for any money or damagcR demanded In ihe Corn- plaint, H8 arlKlng upon contract, or will apply to th<- Court for any other relief demnndr-d In thn Complaint. 1 Given under my bund and i-eal of the Superior Court nf tho County of Kern. State of California. May foth, qu*cn singing that old-tiino favorite, "Tho Hlrcl In the Glided Cago." Tho coHtunicu will bo tho»o of ihe guy nineties ranging from tho slmplo gingham frockn tu tho city faxhlonti of lIK; day. Tho coinmlltoo working on this pliaco of (ho production is MI-M. Leona lloadrickn, Mlsn Peggy Hhaffrulh and Mlns Peggy Johndrow. Community Hinging will bo led between acts on AVodnotiday by Phil CollliiB and Tliuwdny night by Chin-lea AValtcflnld. liarkorn who will soil candy and soda between nct.8 aro Mlllori HulMed. Hud Fobos, Paul ButtH and Harold Wadman. Ticket Sale Tlckots for both Wednesday and Thursday ovonlngn arc now avail- ablo at \Viiclniiui clothing Htoro at lOlghtocnth iind M Klroi-ls In thn Pudrc hotel building. Tickets will ulHO be wold nt the door. Ulonn Htockbrtdgp, 1812 A't-rdo wtreot, and Miss Chat-lotto Anno Mooro, 2012 Cedar street, arc In charge of sou- BOH lIckc.tH. fA**nf,l«te<t freiii f.easnd Wtrt) NEW YORK, Sept. 2S.—t;. S. bonds closed today! Treasury 4Ws, 47-68, 11S.S7. 4^8, 4T*R2. Rfg., ltS.J«, 3148, 43-45, 10S.13. 4v, 44-54, 113.30. 3%s, ,40-4n, June, 10S.4; 8^8, 41-4S. March, 109.1, .1'4*. 41, 109. 8««, 44-48, 10S.6. 8>»». 4«-4P,-10fl.S7. 3Hs. 49-r.a, lon.is. 3s, 4«-4S, lOfi.SO. 3s, 61-63. 104.SO. Ztin,* ri5-80, 102.22. s%e, 4r.-47, i04.n. 8«4s, 4R-M. 102.1 S, ", r.i-n4, ini.iii. fifi-filt, 101. Federal Farm Mortgage 3s. 47, 1012. 3s, 49, 10".If.. Home Owners Loan 8«, A r.2, 103.0. 2<Ks, 49, 101.19. 42-44, 10J.22. Closo NEW YORK CLOSE. ("f/iiflrif /'rcj* Lcitfcil Wire) NEW YORK, Sept, VS.— Railroads SlfK-k— Atchlxnn Baltimore & Ohio Erie !!"!',!!!!!!!! Great Northern pfd. lllliuilK Central Missouri Pacific New York Central.'. Northern Pacific Pennsylvanln , , Southern Purlflc Union Pacific Industrials Amnrlcnn din American Tel. * Tel,'. Two Issues Reach New High nnd Brisk Trading in Transit mcriea t'.4«»oc(nJcd rrtts 1,ra»cd H"fre> SAN FRANCISCO. Hcpt. IS.— Slocks wore Irregular today, and rather quiet, on th« whole. Ti-an»- j nmorlca wn« traded rather briskly, but the turnover of 4200 shares before noon left it unchanged at 184, after having touched 13H- Southern Pacific gained 2 to make, a now high nt 45, nnd Uyron Jackson rose 2«j, to a new top at 3Hj,, ' with MOO sharen traded, l.osllo Halt gained 1 nnd Uladdlng MrHenn nnd Const Connllcs Claa 6s wore up major frnctloiiH, whtlo Parafflno dropped 314 and Oalland 1 .laundry 1 'U. , . 24'f, . 07 H . I«A« • 2 , 71 ' ; «H . i!?Vi , n» 1,18 Caterpillar Tractor ... CltlCH Servloi; Columbia Gas ,. CoiiHolldulml Gax Corn Products CurllsH-Wrlght First National StoreH.. Fox Film "A" General Klectrlu Oenernl Foods Gold Pus! Uoodyenr Tire * Rubber International Harvester International Tel. /t Tel. JohnR<-Manvlll(< Montgomery Ward North American Pacific Oan Electric.. Radio Corporation ... Kafewny Stores Sears-lloebuck V. S. Rubber tTnlon Carbide & Carbon Untied Aircraft Warner Brothers Western Union WedtlnghoUNi-, Eleclrle .. Woohvorlh J. C. Penney Transamerlca i Metsl« American Smelling-.. Aniii-oiuUi • Bethlehem St<-<>l InliThu! Iriillil Nickel . . Knnnecnit l'upper . .. I lt<-|iulill.r Ktct'l ". K. Stet-1 ES'4 79 -vJ 18H 42 OH", BH 47V? 30 U COTTON FUTURES J __ ^ 'd rrtit 7,cn»(-rt H"(rr> N1CW YORK, .Sept. 2S.--A uhlirp opening advance In cot Inn today on n constructive view of tho three-nation moiuMary ai-gnement. relatively firm LIvei-poul cnblon and reports of heavy ruins In Texas, was followed bv par- Hal rencllonti. ) After the rn-.st runh of buying bunl- j ness tapered off to some cxlent and December Mild down from 13.03 to 11.!>2 under hedging and rcalliing. The tone, however, ennltnued steady, with the mld-ufternoon market Khowlng i net ndvnnci-H of S to 11 poinls. r>s closed slondy, SiJiH hljiher. l2.n7tri2.OS; Uep., 12.00; Jan., J. A. HOQLE & COMPANY Members New York Sleek Exchange All In all the changed monetary i slntiifc In France If,approved will bet looked iipcm as a clever piece of work. Joi i c t-i No doubt negotiations have been BO- otUUV Of EtirOPCan Ing on for a period of months between ! " London, Paris und Washington. The most sensitive barometer, (he New ^ork »t(R-k exchnngo, bus been reflecting the idtuallon by maintaining UK Hiatus iiuo. or In other words marking time. On Friday nervousness was displayed In anllclpallon and the market vvns dou-n. Overnight, came the announcement but not In terms of'dpvaluatlon" but thnt the franc was bnlnn "aligned." It wn» furlherjnore. covered up by terms of stabilization through iixe of a gentleman's agreement between tho three countries. Since this news has been expected for over a year It whs not entirely a surprise. In fart It IH looked upon M clearing Ihe lust major obstacle to Iniernallonal exchange with lln consequent effects on trade. It Is doubtful that there will bis much If any liquidation on the part of tho French In the Aimirloan markets. Gold which has been shipped from France to the united State* in recent weeks is largely In liquid funds, repatriation of these funds Is Io be expected but not any amount of liquidation of American securities Is looked for. Therefore devaluation Is one morn obstacle In the, way of foreign news that has been removed and more nnd more, leaves the American markets subject to American economic conditions. Policy therefore IN to continue with commitments already held and to add to them nt fnvoniblu opportunities selected ISNUCS. 31 H ;i«% 10%. !!9\ 87 »i Borah's Illinois'. Men QuitLandon from 1'agt One) tltno "to put tho public wnlfnro in first place," adding "thin will not bo nccompllHhrd with 1111 'InvlHlhlo power' In control of tin? government." Seven PlanltR Curried Oul Cooh wrote Horoah an open letter Raying sc-vcn planks adopted by the ProgreHsive party In 1012 have been curried out by President Hoovosclt. llo mild thoy WIM-P: Pi-ohlljltloii of child labor, minimum wugo standards, soclul Inguranco, prtsvcnllon of monopoly and wealth concentration, Kovcrnmonlitl supervision of Invest- nients, Improvement or the national currency nyst<mi, und co-ordination of Btato legislation. • , » Fouke Heads State Junior^ C. of C. (Anotlattil I'ret* l,rn*c<l U'lrc/ 1)131, MONTH, Hepl. 2R.-..A' lolo- (fi-ain aHltliiR thut President Uoosc- veil old in siHllonicnt of tho Pacific count marlilnic labor IBHIH-H w»* nenl the chief cxcuullvi' by the California Ktato Junior Chumbcr of Coininorcn before It cloned Us annual meeting luiit night. The organization went on record tin "approving and end.orfdng 'be theory of iirbHratlon where other lawful means fall." llobert M. Fonko, San Francisco attorney, WOH iv-olrcted l>f«*lden(. Hollnvood and Sun Dl'-go t>x- tPiided InvltalloiiH for tho noxt convention. Tht' board of dlrccioi-H will select Ihe. city In Doncinbor. Tobnooo and Sugar American Hujrnr I Ainiiclcaii Tobacco "A"., l American Tobacco "IV*,. I Culian American Sugar... (ire-lit Wi'slt'i-n Sugar ! It. J. Reynolds "n" I Olli Atlantic Iteflnlng Consolidated MexH-uu Sciitiourd Phllllpx 1'eto ; Shell Union ' Standard of California .... Mtaiidurd of New Jersey. Kocony Vacuum ',. TPXIIH Ciitnpitny Tidewater Ash'n, new,... Motori A uburn Molnrn Chrysler CiCliKfUt MulOl-8 Hudson Pru-lcard Motors Tlmken Holler Ilc-iirlng... Equipments American ('nr Foundry... American l,nc,iiiu>tlvo ... MnUlwlu l.oi-oinotlvR ..... Oeniu-al Tank Stewart Warnnr 24 'i .141 . !>2M . 1!!% . 81 .. 4 IS'4 .. m. .. &<"; ',', 1 i)i) .. SB'-4 .. fiBH .. 32 '.'. 23 34 U .Spot steady; middling 12.47. L A. PRODUCE MARKET (Atioclntnl l'rft» l,ra*rtt irjrc ! I,OH ANCJBLKS. Hf.pt, SS._Apples: IrfiOKo vVdtMOtivllli! NnxvlowiiH month- lS. Sfi c.wl., nolinowoi-N $2.83; Mmlth ••liJor, $2.2f, cwtj Dellclniis. $2e'2.25; snmllor »1.7!>: WanhlnRlon JoiinOianx, hitiso, I3.'.'rii)t'3.ril)i place pack, sn.f.0; marking nnd lied Delirious, t\ f>tu,f fi.OO; Hlil. ' l.)i.|ii-lotis. mostly $M)U; Idaho Ited IVllclons. }4.7f>: Jonathans. ja.2fi(Sj 3.GO; Uiinu-s. J4W4.25; Oak lilen MellclouM. mi'Mlly $3.hO; (ilen neetl- llngs, }l.75((i 2.00; Rhode Island nreun- IIIRH. moHily $'„'.; JonathaiiK plncn pack, }"..'.!ri'[i a.TiO; loosu small, $2.t>0; mud., Jll.TMin.flO cwt. Koans: l^n-iil Ky. Wtlrs., mostly 4-S III., finicy pule, Ti',*, ru ««•; fulr, ;i'if f'H; puiirrr. l'»c: Sun |)le«i> ».:<>., IHc ftifir; (i<-f>ann. 4IF?-Tic; Hi-rrnri< 4HH'4<-; Inral lii-onn seed, ;itl3',«c: ynllnw was, 3W3V<j<-; lliMUN, lociil nnd Mnn Dli-cu Co., 2'u2Hi': moKlly 2o, poorer IcSf l«ic Ih. Corn: Local Inns, Ore. Hvorgreen, j LOS ANQELES STOCKS > •» *• lAntuftatnl /'ITS* //Piiocrf H'irri UOS ANOICI.KS, Sopl. 28.~l<yron Jackson. Deneral Telephone and .Southern Pacific lilt new highs for the year on I ho l,us Angeles Stock i PTII Kxchiuige today. Although turnover ! |,,y during the early par! of Ibis diiy was " ' slow, a IntaJ of nlm> Issues gHltn-d In vnluc. nlm; were, down and eight un- Hyi-on .luckKon P.umps, ('onsolldute<l oil i 'onsolldated Steel .... ICxeter Oil A Hotidycnr Tire. Akron. Hancock Oil A Klnne.r Aircraft Lincoln Pete 1.. A. Industries I.. A. Investment Pttt-irlc Flnuiu-o Kepubllc I'Rlroknmi ... I SD. Cnl. Kil. 0 pfd Southern Pacific ' Transanierh-a I t.'nlon Oil of Calif High 31 40 4r. 1.1' 31 Clowe 69 >; 40'' 5V» TREASURY REPORT I \ XAririillr'il /'ITJI* t.ra WASHINCTiiN. Sept. sltlnn of (ho (n-HMiirv i,n 28.-- The llpciMpln, tll.324.MH.S.I; rxii.Mullluve-< i eastern Pennsylvania. J2i IUI,US".11011.1)2; Imlunco, »S.2l i,«i:,ri.1X.iri! I *' 9 -"'" : Alahuma. Jir\.5() ciiMloniN H'C<'l|il» fur tho montli, |is. - i ""."'Mi 2S.OO. Antimony. WHnific. some 75c; fair, .IfiS/iiOc; No. 2s, 204i'26c; Alameda (,'o., while orla,. for tin- flhon) year , (13 34 S 3U &SV4 LOS ANGELES HAY (.\mneiatfii I'rtu I.f unfit Wire I I-OS ANCIKKUH, 8cpt. Z8.--llay for L.OS AngelAH, per Ion: Choice barley, $14015. Choice oats, tlfi'iiltl. Alfalfa, delivered Hynes or ICI Monte- IT. H. No. 1 rnliblt, IHIQ'ia.50: No. 2 leafy. |1B; No. 2, {13.50. CHICAGO GRAIN (AAiimlatril />(•(•«« /,c«»«l CHICAtlO, Hnpt. 28.—ijralns V\Hicut: tJei-ciiiber M«y *1,ia',i«&1.12U; July I •vv'jy. Cum: December 04HftB4«ic; Mav 8n%9 : f89!i.?; July $n*io. t)at»: hocetnl.t'r 42'.ic; May 43«ii'. Ityn: December Sic; May 7S'»o; July 7Sc. Hurley: December 7»c; May 7Pc. Famous Rodent Is 11 MENTIONS TO WED i Eight Years Old F. 11. SMITH. County Clerk. Clnrfe at Kutierlor Court. By n. M. KDWARD8. Deputy. (S tu A 1.1) NOTICE APPEARANCE: "A defendant ttp- peare In an action when he answer*, demurs, or fjv*» the plaintiff written none* of hli appearance, or when an attorney gives notlc« of appearance for him." (8*0. 1014, O. C. P.) An»w«r» or demurrers mu«t b« In writing. In form pursuant to rule of Court. »n<J filed with the O«rk. AUTIIUJI, HKHAVK! ^FFINQHAIll, JH,. Soft. S8. (A. I'.) Tho ne*l, ilme Arthur Qurrl*on gw* 3 A rago ovfer bis pigs Tae vftt\ it^felfjsjrtli, fey «owo jn^l^pd other "^'Kftip^aKAHifia M»»«H(ifrd I'rtot HOLLYWOOD, Sept. most fiiinouH Illtle rodent in the world celebrated n blrtlidny today. Mickey Mouse IH 8 years old. Hailed aw an arilet/deuut-atad with 21 mi.'dnlM, popular with moviegoers In 80 dltfarcnt countrlos, lilfr-oarfd. miueuky-voicwl Mlckoy was "born of j ni>cpsislty," isitlil bis crwitor, Wall Ulnm-y. I Disney, 34-year-old veteran ot «nl> mated; ourloons, reputedly nmkea 1500,01)0 unniiolly from Mickey's «a- recr. It til) started, he recalled, when bo Brnipt'il up a frlend»hlp with H. tunie IIIOIIHO in a back room studio nt Kaunas City. The mount) uited to craw! over 1>I*» ncy'n denk while ho worked. Disney named him Mortimer, then shortened it to MlcHey. MI'-key'B homi<, which used to bo the buck end of a real estate office, IH now a 1160.000 ntudio wlior« 176 artiiit*, cdltore and "Idea men" man- tifacttire bin adventijreH,. '^i»* • • 8M1TII NA.MICO Jt'DOK MACttAMISKVO. Sept. 28. (U. P,>— Governor Ki-unk V. Merriom today unnounowl thn uyi>oli)tmeiH ot Hugh Smith to fill the San rran<U muulclpal Jttdtf* ^4S«ncy.cr«ftUMl t MII.AN-McDANIICKH— Homer Ian, SI, and Ili.-lnn M. McOu both of Arvlii. l» If* C) j -Tir«.«l«i.«.Pta_i. :8 — Tho' 8CHNOOR-ADAMS rn - * 'i'- u,.i......— .1, , 1C. Ml, K), "-,- -- ,.~... Henry I*. Bc-hnoor, 31, und Uthel L. Adaiuw, .11. both of IJakurflfleld. Roberta Semple Is Nearollapse doz,, poor 40i950<:. Flgn: Local Hl-unswlrkn mostly 3*;T4c Hi.; KndotiiM, flW3V»c; Hint-It Spanish ordinary, I'ffiac: Sun LHego county Llrunswlcks, 3ti,'lVjc Ib. fJrnpi'K: Han .Ir.aMUln valley se«-dl.-t-s fair, HiSil^ic; fancy largo. 24r!!'^c; millers, 2H(?f ; 2ii,c; Miinca-lfi, SHD'S^c; TiiUay^., ii'.&c; l^iidy Kingoi-N, S^sii'Tic; Hi-d Malagas, S«S'4c; Mnlnpnp, :i(wf •'ISc liiKi local I'uiicordH, 3M3',jc. mostly ;!'*!'•; ICsi-iindldo Musrals, "'..{•'!! 2 ft ic ; ulne KtCH-k Kscondido MuscatP. liTi'ifi!^ ton: local Xlnfnndels, JZJ.riOflTSh. IjOttuce: (iuaduhipc and Huntu Murlii dry puck 4-dnxtMi tnosllv fS.Sfiffi.dO crnto, !i>doxon J2 Ifi'n 2.L'fi; l<om|ioc 4-di>x«n, $2.iiri'ii 2.75; Sim I,\I|K (llilspit Is^mpstly }2.fiO, OB JE.Sfi: SullmiH 4s, Onions: I,r>i'Bl Bpunlsh r,0-lh. licsl DQjTfiOc, POOI-IT -lOc, IIIIJH White OlobcN BO-lb. tiacka lug« 70',i75c. 1'oiis: (iiiudalupe pole fancy 8'.i,'ulOi-, fair f^liS'-ic, ordinary D<c/lic. puoriM- 3'il!?4c; Plsinii-Oepann fair tittle, pijorer n'.jIHe; HolllHter and Sunlu (.'Inrii i-ounly poor hush, IMjfC.V. I'ears: Lake ciiiinty liarileli><. 3^4 tJ4o 11).: Phi-fervllln, 31* fr 3 *» c; I.lttlo Hoi-k bcsl, nv, St'SMi'.-, ini-dtum 2?4U3c; Teliiicliiipl frilr 2'sc Ib.; Santa Clara county I'.'lalrgcailH moHlly I'ic, Uo«c I'.ic, Hardys Iffl^c, Winter NolllM 2'4c; Plactr county Winter Spill* 2c, few I'^i- Ih, Sweet Potatoes: Local Porto Itlcans, Tfi'iMOo; Ji>rs«>ys, d. r iSr7(ic; Nancy Halls lift ?t<-'7 tic, fancy 80«';-S5c: Kern county Jerseys, 75WS5c. No. ZM SSljt'TiOc; Nancy Units, Wirttii:. Totnaloes;, LOI>R| Stout's Ingn !i-&N lii'Mt. STiciSifl. fiilr |o ordinary tiOfjj 7,'ic, O-CK S»!j(rillc. hem OOc; Ponddi-OHiiK fi.rm Il4i.-l.10. C.-fis 7(i1i7fi«-; Ventutit cuunly Uldbefi fi-r,N tl.i.'uU'l.I.'i, 8-Cn »!»''ifi\: I'niKlorosiiM fi-Tm jl.iltiitI.-IO, il-Ow flOo '<>$!; Sun li|rgo ciiunty Mlones fi-fm best ll.Z.'i. fair IKfd.tO, 0-ds 80«f»0c, fair 7ufl')»7. r .i-; Siintd Mnrln lilolifM &-Bs ft I5'i?l,2ri, f.-w 11.,16, 0-Os S51MIO.- fair lifi4rTAc IIIR. Potalucu: Hrokers' sales Htockton WlHcunsIn Prides, good }2,2B'(i2.30, fait- ll.l'S4i-3.10. ordinary I1J.OU-1.60, egg sl/.c J1.2fi«l,30; Klanmlh U. S. No. 1 UiiMfcts, f2.Oriljj2.lB cwt. SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS (.\noctalrd I'retl Leaned Wire) j Kiock— nigh Last' llyrnn ,)n.ckson 3) 1,4 .11 '4 I f'rown Xi'll. com, Vtc lyij 10's, ' <>olden Slute B^ MH i Liingond<irf I'nltnd llak. A 12 12' i i L, A. (J. & I-;, pfd 10014 10014 i j Mftgnavox 314 3^ | i Marcbant raj. com 271,;, 27^4! j I'. (J. Hi. 10. 'coin! '.'.'.'.','.'. j !'.•«'. Pub. Svc. 1st jifij I I'no, T (t T. i-oin i Pile. T. &• T. pfd Hy. 15(|Ulp. il pel. pfd.. " - Pacific <:om. July 1), »I,loO,B74,i)23.17: n,\pi>iuUtur«s, j . ll,ri»«,25S,24S.OS, Inrluillng J5CH.324.- i f 392.4i. of .••mwoncy cxpniidiluroH: excess nf expenditures. $4Sl',(!S3,l?24.Pl; creano of }I,fi7),88S.tK) under lh<> previous dii.v. Hold ttH.-ii-ls, J10,7!I4,033 171.1(1. Situation Heartening to Eastern Stock Mart f A itucinlftl />rej« Lcatfd Vfirt) XI3W VOUK, Sept. 28.—Mild optimism prevailed in most of today's financial markets as further study was made of Europe's currency devaluation plans. Stocks tilted forward at a fast * opening, but profit taking appeared later. The pace slowed to a drawl nnd t-nrly gains were reduced or cancelled In some Instances. ; Selected Motor. Rail, Farm Implement und specialty issues held most of tho buying play with advancOB, near tho fourth hour, of fractions to a point or more. Bonds exhibited small improvement. Several French loans pushed, up while others were sharply lower. Grains dipped mainly on weather reports, Cotton \va« higher on hopes of larger sales around when tho- exchange alignment is affected. Rubber futures jtavo ground as fears were expressed tho guilder will follow tho franc. One of the principal rubber exporters is tho Netherlands 'Knst Indies. In foreign exchange transactions | at New York sterling- dropped more- I than '2 coins to J4.9-»Vj. French and ! Swiss francs and tho guilder were j nominally quoted downward. i Among th<! day's uctlve perform- j crs of Ibo upside were Chrysler, Ornonil. Motors, Studebaker. EUsc- trlc AWo-Llte. Packard. Hudson, Yellow Truck, Marshall Field. N. T. Central, Atlantic Const l.lnc, Soutli- Paclfli-. Hiram Walker. Schen- IntfrnuUonal Harvester, Her- Motors, Kvans Products." i Deorc, International Nickel, Ameri| cjin Can, Ueiu-nil Electric, U. S.-! Smi'ltlng and l.oew's. | A shade, cither way were Amorl- i enn Telephone. Western Union, Con| Holldatrd Kdl.son. North America,' j Aini'i-lcim Wntur AVorks, Anaconda. j Kennccott. l>uuglO8 Aircraft, U, S. i Steel, Bethlehem, Standard Oil of i New Jersey, Goodyour, U. S. Rub| bcr, Dome und Mclntyro Porcupine. METALS MARKET NKW YuUK. Sept. 2S.—Copper qul"i: e.li-etrolytlc spot nnd future. J9.7i',; export, J9.80. TJn steady; spot und nearby, $45.374$?45.50; future, $45.lsmr4iVS5. I^iul meady; spot New York $<.tll)!ii4 6.",; Hast Kt. Louis, 14.4S. f.lnr dull; Knst S(. l.oul.s spot and fu- turr, }4 S,",. Iron <p.ilet. No. 2, f. o. Vi.. Pennsylvania. J20.50: Buffalo. Alumluunt. spot. H2.50. yul.-Usllv t .r, $R9.00?»i>3.00. Platinum. Wolfrumlte. |15.25iti15,50. -*• LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK POULTRY, BUTTER, EGGS ll'nltrit I'rnt l.ratfil H'lrr) LOS ANUELKH. Sept. js,_ Butter . 34V ; Prime flroli. ' .StandardM. 34. 1'ndorgradn, 83 '»c • Candled EBB» ; Large—Clean extrax. 37r; j extras, 3Cc: clean Htnndard*. 2SU-; (dirty xlandardn, 2So; check*, 29< I Medlutn-'-i'lean extnib, 2:)c; Hum jdlny exti-ns, 2S<-; rli-an tttunduntx. 25.-; ' llBhl dirty Htandurdf, 2li~; checkn, S4c ' Kmall — Clean P.XII-UK. 2».'; light dirty oxtra«, 17c. C'ftwe rre*t l.fimti Wire) ; LOS AN (.'.ELKS. Sept. 2S.—Hogs. •lOfl; steady; grain-fed VII.00@-11.25; locals tlO,25^i 10.75. I'atllo, -JSOii: slow and steady; feed MOOCH J7.25DI .S.10; some held higher; MoxIcuiiM SO.riOlid.J."; cows $4.50©5.S3: cutn-r gnules |3.3S^4.!S: bulls to ; t'alves, 1300; otrady; few vcalers to IS.r.ft; calves JC.75ft7.SO; stock salves t». 70*1 7.00. Khnop, 1000; local fed shorn lambs steady nt »S,50; wooled Inmbs and ewes unsold. dirty light i 4 Poultry llonx, LeghoniH, 2% to Hens, LeghoriiH, over . Urn. ami , H,-. < up to i lions, Lt'Rhorn Ileus, ••'ilui-fl. Hvns, colfircil, Hrollert, uvi".- 20c. Broilers, i,» < i Ibs., »0c, I'ryerii. LcRlnirns, to .1 II»S., llic. Ibs./nV*' '" °"' ' "'" Kryors, colorud, over lie.. Hi Itoti-ilf rs. soft bone, ruin- •! HIM. und up, 'Me. Mjfl bone, x, nvi«r 4 Ihs.. Hio. '.Mj to 4 IbN.. 50,. 4 Hi*, and up, 23c I an, I u|> to 1 H H,H , l\j and up to 2'a over 2> 4 and up •j and up to 3'« 3't and up to 4 IJjirred , j (Jarred Hocks, over i Wlattn. 12c. ] Dlil rooHlen". l<c. iHi'ikllnBH. 4',» (tin. l>i|ekllnK*. utidtr 4 I Illl (111. (IH, 111 other than 4 Ibs. and up, SOo. and up. 14c. ,, ISc. THE WEATHER .Son Joaouin valley: K;ur tonight unil Tuesday; lltilii chanica In tem- peruture; northwest wind*. San Franclso« bay region: Fair nnd mild tonight and Tuesday: oven-list tonight; moderate weat \vlndR. Northern California: Fair tonight nnd Tuesday; fogs on coast; little change In temperature; gentle changeable wlmls off the coaxl, Hlcrru Nevada: l-^lr tonight and Tuwdny: no change In temperature; Kfntlo vnrliiUlu windr. ^arrniiienti) valley: Fair tonight nnd TU«SI)H>-: llitle change in tcm- peratiirn; snuthorly wind.*. Hmitu (,'lnra valley: Knlr tonight ntiil Tiierilay; little change In )«>m- pi-ruture; local morning clouds: iiurthwewt winds, SnllnttH valley: Fair and mild to- nlgbl and Tuesday; morning fog in lower valley; north west wlmt«. Southern California: Fair tonight and Tut;»day: rising temperuture eaxt portion; gentle variable winds off (he coa«t. Y<HIIIK torn turkiivs, 13 Ib*. and up ty 18 His.. ISc. i Voting torn turkeys, over IS Ibs.,l9c. ' lien lurknys, 8 Ihs. nnd up, 20c : Old torn turkeys, 14c. Old betl lurkojR, 14 ( -, Hquiibs, under 11 Itw. per doacn, S4>- ; 4 Nquttbn, U lbn. per dozen and <*npon», under 7 ll>g., 2<lr. CapoDK. 7 Ihs. und up, SSc HabbltH, No. 1 white. 3',a to each, 13r. HnbbllK. No. I mixed colors, <H Ibn. t-iLcTi, He. Itubblth, No. 1 old, (i..- up. Ibs. ami Trannnnii'i'l('H SMI ifi ]K' 24> 77 !i« BAR SILVER is J-OH allon* faniuy iwfod /'red* LintucA Wire) AKOKLK8. 8oj>«. 28.— 15»- arnong the thre« gener- of An«<ilun Te»nj»!«'« rutlnK k«it notwrta 8enj|i|o, re- near oollapwe, away from U>« ut Airiu'o Beinple AloPher- «on today. The protty brunette datiKhter of tho blonde evaniffll»t nought rofug-e over th« week end In the home ut her ftrandmother, Mr». Minnie (Ma) Kennedy, "Itobei-u'* iiwven aro badly slmt- tcrtd l>y tha whole affair," said Mr*. Kennedy. HIP dtej}Mt« between Ur». Pheiwn wid her <to«irhler'wiMi taut weak w|i«n Minn - «I l tA»»urialr<l I'ren Lra*c<l \\lrei NKW VOJIK. 8«pl. 2S.--Har silver HlttiKly and uiK-liaiiKvd from las! Friday at -44'ie. S. F. LIVESTOCK Jtfo- (A»»ufialril I'rnti Lratttl Wirt). fiOfTH SAN FRANCISCO, Sepi 2««-llij«M: 1080. Tup and bulk 170-Slfi lit CiillfuitiluK 11076, package 245 ib. uelKhlH 110.76; odd lot W> Ib. nver- SF5? ««26; WckiitK «M3W« mainly »7.7j. fbtt good light now* fo.00. irln 11 ! 1 ! 1 "' J otw -i Tbr ** l(>aai » dw»U-*ble 1040 Ib. Nevada, horned gi-»«H #teer* f J.69. »ocled 0 h«*di *«v«n load* SJO- lioo Ib. Idaho and northern Call. /write If*** »teem $dt.*0»7.88j B o«d light fed atewK Quoted around f« S.f.0; few plain Kra«» heifer* M.S FUNERALS Union Cemetery U ' J fow itOO-lb. dairy bull* |&,Wtt«.oft ' v«Hf«r» quoted around CUDDKpACK—The body of William! K. Cudilebock, TS, of Twhachapl. woa lakeii tu For«st Lawn wnicUry at Ulendale today for cremation, foll- luwlng funeral service* conducted by the Ma»on|c lodge at Mtuottlc tempi* lu Tehachapl yesterday. Ar- ranifemeuu W*re under direction of """-"" *»wwa*¥i „ , - Changing Conditions C9 H AN G I NG economic conditions necessitate periodic analyst of invest- menti. The personnel of our Investment and Statistical departments will be pleased to assist you without cost or obligation. J. A. HOGLE & CO, r<Ht.K STOC* jftMBBBBM^i"I'..'-..-'L --, .i ,".'--,'-. t t 'mSlS'*^i- t ' 7 :, '\ W

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