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fWsSSWSSSfSsaft *'. 1 iii n THB.BAKERSPtEU) CALIFORNIA?*, TUESIUY, SEPTEMBER 29, 19J6 ADS WILL HELP YOU SAVE MONEY For Sale—Automobiles '36 Lincoln Zephy sedan $1196 '315 Packard trunk sedan $1095 '30 Bulck 61 sedan $1095 •»• '30 Bulck 41 coupe $895 '30 PonUac touring sedan $895 '86 Chevrolet town sedan $605 '38 Dodge trunk sedan $84 '36 Ford sedan, latest series $76 '36 Terraplane do luxe coupe, electric gear shift $69 LOU HARRISON 1110 Eighteenth Street Open,Evenings and Sunday For Sale—Miscellaneous TIRES sold on time payments—nt» finance or tarrying charges. A. Friedman Wheel &>lre Exchange, 1810 ISIghtenth. 'Phone 6378. 68 electric portable, »89.4S. Treadlo, $10. White etooirlc console, like new, $46.00. Expert repairing. Parts. 1708 K street. Phone 8380. 60 Chevrolet- coach, $<3, Ford road., $2 Chry«ler DO set!., rmis, looks gooil, $5 J»«0 Hupp sedan, runs good $10 J029 Durant. cpe., 4 speed trans. $11 1.2-U30 Wlllya 0 Bed; ovhld. down $7 C. C. DOUGLASS. 20TH AND I.,. G For Sale—Miscellaneous S13W.DS AND OT515DS Alfalfa, oats, wheat and barley. Bu - before prices • advance. Full lino o Sporry's and Coupon's soedn. Al hinds of poultry and dairy feeds a bedrock prices. Full lino of Moltn implements and tractors. Son u beroro you buy.. BlflROHTOUrf GRAIN & IMPUMMBNT HOUHli. 330 East Nineteenth street. Phon WANT TO BUY—-Electric lUrht jilunt not less than 800 watts. Jacob CH menlBch, Route 4, Box 272. 6 FOR SA1/13—One horsepower elentrl "Century" motor. Call 312 East Sev onth. FOR SALTS— Pulverized dairy an sheep fertilizer. For lawn and gar den. Delivered by load or sack Call 2762 Jefferson'. 5 FOR SALE—Foley electric saw filer Inquire 1S04 Lake strofit. 5 CABBAOK, lettuce and onloi: sets also oyolamon, ferns and bulbs fo oarly spring blooming. Hold fish X. Tanaka Greenery, 031 Sixti street. Phone 1863-.T.' HIGHER rent forces Beaver's Bargait Market, souUi of Montgomery • Ward s, to itiovo October 1 to borne market west of new river bridge no Highway, 61 PER 1000 FT. No. 4 common ROOFING SPECIALS , 00-lb. Slate roofing with fix. Asbestos fibre coating, D gals. REDWOOD HIDING 1x4 to 1x10, S4S finish 1x4 Flooring 1x4 Chicken house flooring House paint, all colors, gal. 2i.0x3.-0 Sash, 1 light glazed Redwood posts, 3x4-6', eauh SHINGLES, bundle $1.67 $2.50 i) $20 $19".00 $1.25 90. 18r 70c LESS 5% CASH DISCOUNT Twelve Million Foot Stock 101 BARGAINS 101 '' . Los Angeles 2100 East 38th St. ADams 5171 55 SIX-BALK COTTON TRAILER Dual Urea, hydraulic brakes. New . rubber;-and only $436. •'••" B'ARNKTT TRACTOR co., 2130 Chester Avo. 9-26-tf FOR SALE—Black Imported woolen coat lavishly trimmed with genuine Russian Beige Ermine, $35. Black woohen ensemble with Silver Fox, $17.50. Brown woolen onuemblo with sable dyed squirrel, $12.fiO. Size 10. All practically new. Phono 1701 mornings or evenings. ni No. 1 quality—10-oz. . 8-feet at 90c 9-feet at 95c 10-feet at $1.08 12-feet at $1.25 A. H. KARPE IMP. HOUSE 615 E. 19th St. Phono 916 52 PIPE FOR SAL1S— Ollwell and water well caning lino pipe. Irrigation pipe, fence posts, etc. Western Oilfields Supply Co., 99 highway and Pierce Road. Sign of tho big valve 87 REDWOOD stave pipe, 11.000 foot, 10- 4no)i diameter, machine banded, for sale Cheap. In good condition. Ex- Collent for Irrigation purposes. For information, communicate with Western Water Co., Tan. Calif. . 51 No. 1 USED grain bags for mllo, each In lots of 1000 or more. Alfalfa seed. Cane molasses In drum*. Prices rapidly advancing. Buy now. San Joiiuuin Grain Co., Fourteenth and D streets. Phone 385. 9-S-tf SEWING machine bargains. Singer iSloctrlc portable. $29.4(1. Minnesota electric portable, $17.45. Singer treadle, $12.8".. Guaranteed rebullts. Repairs. 170S K. Phone 0330. GO Legal Notices * ORIGINAL SUMMONS No. 3000« MI the Superior Court of the Stato of California. In and for tho County of Kern. Action brought In the Superior v Court of tho County of Korn, tint} ^Complaint filed In tho office of tho Clerk of tho Superior Court of said County. H. A. SPINDT and JOSEPHINE A. SPINDT. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. LON W. WTATT. AdmlnlBtrator of the «Kstate of David Hanley, dnccaneil. and WALTER LEO KENNELLEV, Defendants. '«??I!!LS, JS S PIJB or THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREETINGS TO LON W. WYATT, Admtnl.trfttor of the Estate of David Hanley, de- caused. and AVALTER LEO KEN- NELLKY, Defendants. You nro directed to appear In nn action brought against you by the above named plaintiffs In the Super* lor Court of the State of California. In and for the County of Kern, and t< L.,i lnsw * r ^ the complaint therein within ten days after the service on you of this Summons, If served within the County of Kern or within thirty * days If served elsewhere, and you are notified that unless you appear and answer as above required, the plain '. tiffs will take judgment for any won«y or damages demanded In tho v Complalht, as arising upon contract. *of \ftjl apply to thl Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. GlVen under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of the County of n 'i*?J* u "- or California, i9su. - STANTON, rii, . ecue. California, Attorneys -for Plaintiffs. l-«'l»-««.i»; OOt, ... I PRttlT jnrs, while they las',, washed, quarts 24e and 34c dozen: pints 19a and 29c dozen; glasses, lOo dosen 717 Sumner street. 8-12-t For Sale—Furniture 1 Business Cards USED CLOTH1NQ THE ECONOMY 1912 L STREET BARGAINS IN MEN'S SLIGHTLY USED CLOTHING, SUITS, SHOES, ETC. 54 FRUIT JARS—-Quarts, Z4c: pints, 196 Wo also buy rags, bottles, junk ov all kinds. Phone 1786 for pick-up wagon. 138 Bast Twenty-first street 6-9-t FURSr-Factory samples.. Fur coats Jackets, foxes, collars. Huge stock Furs remodeled. "Tha Hoime 01 1000 Pur Bargains." Dow's Wholesale Pure. 138 Kearnoy, San Fran* _. Cisco. 8-10-tf FACTORY to you. Standard computing scale. Freezer cases. Store rasuuiraiit and beer flxturoH. Complete, new and used. Valley Store and Fixture Company, 2019 Cheater avenue. For Sale—Furniture 2407 CHESTER AVENUE Phono 396, BakorsHeld, Calif. TWO-PIECE LIVING ROOM OVERSTUFFED SETS IN WONDERFUL CONDITION THREE-PIECE VBLOUR LIVING ROOM SETS ONE -MONTEREY LIVING ROOM SET CAN'T TELL FROM NEW OUR USED FURNITURE DE PARTMENT IS JAMMED FULL OF EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS AT THIS TIME. IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND LOOK AROUND. PROTECTS YOU FROM INCREASED PRICES ATTENTION! We bought these Dressers, Beds, Springs and Mattresses low and will pasa them on to you. Three pieces, only J23.75. 50 MAHOGANY METAL BEDS 50 MAHOGANY DRESSERS BO COIL SPRINGS 50 MATTRESSES* DRESSER, BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS ONE LOT OF CIRCULATING GAS HEATERS, JUST LIKE NEW. BUY NOW AT GREAT SAVINGS. TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER—A LOT OF GARDEN TOOLS, LAWN AND PORCH FURNITURE, LEATHER CHAIRS AND ROCKERS, ETC. SALE AT 10 A. M. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2023 K STREET. NEW Seamless Axm. Rug, 9x12 $27.00 Cnot Pine Breakfast Set $19.50 Walnut Bedroom Set, 3 pcs. $49.50 Double Deck Coll Springs $5.95 ..urge Top Foot Stools $1.00 Mv. Rin. Set, 2-pc. Velour $55.50 USED '"\iu Size Beds $1.50 to $4.75 ^argu Ivory Dresser $7.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $12.75 Large Top Llv. Rin. Sot, 2-pc. $16.05 100 Steel Cots HAMM SELLS FOR LESS JlOO 18th, Corner 18th und N Phone 341 S3 Legal Notices MONDAY - Board mot In replur session at 0:10 a. in, with all members pres- The JlinutCB of tho meoting of Sop- enibor 14, a»30, wore approved and Statement of Bald minutes approved and ordered published Appointment 11. j. Hath to'Buner- se Recreation Project approved AsHcsuor authorized to correct ns- essinent rolls. Reports of County Officials and Departments filed. Permits to Move Indivisible T-oads [runted. Applications for Business licenses 'ranted. Junk, Rond District 3, wale author- is inl and confirmed. Claims against the county were al- ow ed. Road 8S9. hearing had on Viewers' leport, Declared Public Highway Resolution Adopted Endorsing em- iloyment co-operation of \V. P. X Resolution adopted In ra change of iiuno of Santa Barbara National For- Kesolutlon Adopted In re Santa Fe "rail Stages, inc. Transfers of Funds were mad« Bond petition No. 412 referred" to .upervleor parish. Road Petition No. 410, Bond Ap- roved, Viewers' appointed. Road Pfetltlon No. 413. Referred to Planning CommlKslon. Warrant* were canceled. Budget trunaferit were made. A portion of iturlon Ave. was va- ated and closed, hearing having been Deed, J. A. Hlnman, for right of 'ay for extension of Bernard Street, foepted mud recorded. Hoard adjourned to the next reg- nieoMng, Monday, September J*. l\ K. •Clertt of i AT THKSB PRICKS ON HIGH- GRADE USED FURNITURE: <1-pe. en, bedroom set, perfect |17.n5 3-pe. solid mahog. bedroom set, J19.75 6-po. solid Tnahognny dining set $24.75 6-pc. walnut dining room «et JlS.75 3-po. velour living room net I1S.7S 3-po. mohair living room set |t9.75 8-po. Monterey dining set, perfect condition, cost now ItOB.SO $64.50 o-pc. twin bedroom set, burled walnut, cost now $21S.DO $49.60 8-pc. walnut dining room set, very largo size ( a h] 0 has 4 leaves: cost new J2fi9 $79.60 Several fine living room sots In perfect condition, cost up to 5150, special nl $39.60 POPEL FURNITUR13 EXCHANOK Ardlzzl-Olce/e Bldg. 623 Rumner .St. west m Baker. Phone 1341. 52 ARVIZU'S CONCRETE PIPE Any thine OonertU HOT POINT electric range, all while enamel, like new, $60: 9x12 now Axminster rug, $87.50! used bed davenport, $10. Davis Furniture Kx- chango, 2105 Chester avenue. Bl Radios, Musical Instruments PIANOS for sale. Two Rood practice pianos, $45 and $6ti. Both standard makes, tuned and reconditioned. Terms $3 per month. .Frro delivery. Inquire at Oalbralth Van and Storage Company, 2712 Chester avenue. ft 3 Poultry and Livestock Pheni so Qafes and Valvit All Work Ginrantnd Arvln. Ciltlirnli L W, HUNT, GEOLOGIST Petroleum and Mining Engineer Z» Htbertlldl Bid*. Phon« 1711 Rtild.nw 4923 Twtntltth Phont JMJ.W "LAUNDRY SERVICE Liundry 8<r«tci Un»x»ll.d— Thil h Our StltM Ton Dltlirant Sirvlms nn4 torlo Odorl.il Dry CU.nlnj CITIZENS LAUNDRY SUtitnth und 0 Strut* Ph«n« JM JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC AOOOUNTANT INCOME TAX SERVICE. AUDITS. SYSTEMS !»»•« Profuilontl Bulldlni Phont 4861 PAYNE & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Nlnnlicnth ind E Stmti J. C. Pajnt ), Bruei Payni Fr«l P*ynt WANTED—To buy or rent; loam of good mules and harness or contract use of team and driver. Sec Contractor at 1200 Nineteenth street between G and 8 p, m. 52 AUCTION Community nnlo Thursday, October 1. 10 a. m., S miles south of Bukei-Bfleld on Union avenue. Poultry, plgn, hogs, Duroc boar, rnlves, registered Guernsey bull, gentle smldlo horHC, odds and ends. Bring what you have to sell. W. 12. Osborn, auctioneer, phono 13-F-2. r,2 AVANTKD TO UUV—Cattle of any kind; also livestock hauling, reasonable rates. Phono 5S39-M. BUCKSKIN stallion, 2'/4 years old, Broke to ride. Well brod. Good stock saddle, shows little use. 3621 Thirteenth. f,2 TKN head of saddle horses, weight from 700 to 1200, $25 up; nomo odd colors. Bakersflcld Corral, UrundaKe l^ane. C4 Dogs and Other Pets DOO NK\V poldflsh, now order of shrubs; water lilies 50o; 100 of rare birds and supplies. Cho\v puppies. 1121 Third street. Phono 711H-W. K1TT1CN8 free to pood home; several kittens to spinet from; well (ruined. Phone 12S7-.1. Price Stanley, 021 Twenty-olKlitb street. RISGISTERJJD Scotty pups, reusona- ablo. Grove Auto Court, Union ayenur, llj^hway an, noiith. &2 Wanted to Buy-City Property JUST sold my home. Want to buy another one at onno. Submit yours. J2rJHS-jjtanley. ]700 1C street. Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous BEST prices paid for bottles, rags, Iron and other junk. Phono 4178 for pickup wagon. Prompt service. 420 East Nineteenth. 7-9-HO-tf IVANTKD—Old burlap nnd rags. Buy Ing bottles and oilier Junk. Call 2170 for pick-up wagon. 717 Sumner street. 0-15-tf Radios, Musical Instruments FOR SALK—Ivors & Pond piano. f2. r , cash. Phono 2312-J or call 2, r )2;i DOUGHTY-CALHOUN-O'MEARA Funeral Director! and Ambulance Service MM Truxtun Avinut, it N Strut Phone 687 Ud* Attendint FINANCIAL LETTER J. A. HOQLB A. COMPANY ' Member* N«w York Stock exchange ' Many Interested In making commitments In the market are holding off until after election In November, H until miur election in i\ov«iiuw>r, n. Jl£rmA«^i 1M"'??"£: I Crown Zellefbach Issues in Lead on San Francisco Market Today , , - erftbly higher prleos will be paid for stocks at thai time. In the first place tho average run of Issues will be little affected by the outcome of the polling, whichever party It fnvorw. On the other hand, a remarkable autumn upturn Is lining rt-ripciort In steel, electric power, railroad Irnfftc und numeronn other biislnpss IndlCAs. H la expected to Knin foroo In tlio coining wm-ks and tho combined Influence of IncmftMng pntilln ptirchns- tng power, tiecumulnted dMnnnd for both Odpital and coiiHUtm>rs' KUOI|N inul favorable credit conditions promise nn cxtenslnn of tho recovery into next yrnr. Standard triula and securltlos bulletins (ro so far us to say "\vo consider invoalorn fully warranted In an- tlr.lpallng additional oarnlngs expansion by purchiiHliiu und holding selected equltlCH." That i-ar»»ful selection is noceswary Hall Machine and Tool Works Prices Are Right—24-Hour Service GENERAL MACHINE REPAIR WELDING AND MANUFACTURING Twenty.tint «nd Union Annul Is woll Illuhtrnlvd iiy todiiy'R market. The Dow Jonoa iivc.rugcM wo.ro porno- what lowor nt tho ohd of tho day but where nctunl losses occurred Is difficult to «<<o when looking across tho lioacd. Actually many IRHIIPS closed with advances and a number ohurail with nmv hlglw. IsRiiCM that stand to fchow bis advances over lust yenr In volume of hiiNlnoftR surh OH building ami liousr.- hould furnlshlngR, nhniild do well. Issues wherein the rapllnl mruoluro IB being realigned lirn always well to consider. Luxury Issues and »torc IH- S.UPS also bonr thought slnco retail Bains now appear to bn oven larger than expected earlier. LOS ANGELES STOCKS Admiral Sims Is Called by Death (Continued From Page One) "The cMitiro twvy will deeply regret hln panning." Slum hlniHulf wild ho "Just ncrupod Into the United States nuval ucatl* cmy In 1876 after once falllngr to puss tho entrance ti?sls. Ho did Nocrut Bcr- vlco work in Mnrope dnrlnB tho BpanlHh-AmerlCttii war, bocamo president of the war collego In 1917, nnd throughout America's participation In tho World War was commander In tho active wur zone. Draws Koprlmnnils Several times Admiral Sims wan accused of Insubordination. Twice ho drew reprimands from high officials. ^". < m. IMHSOU ,11 v. Moro than onco ho buroly oHcupod i H "' *'"'• Hdlson C pfd..!.!! 2X«£ cotirtmartial. Southorn Paclflr 441,, Admlnil .Sims Is snrvlv,.,! bv his !T. tlt " l1 « r< « 9" Callfornlii.. . l.OH ANOKl.lBS, .Sept. 39.—Lincoln Pptrolpum (now) pharos on tho ],ox AngolcH stock exchange, was the most uptlvo stock on thr< board today. On u turnover of 7200 sliarpn, llio price dropped from HO cents to 60 cents. Tho oil stocks us n class, however, were glvon good backing. Tho forenoon session saw 10,000 sharps traded, 7 Issues up, 10 down and 0 unchanged. Stock — Con. .Stool Kxetcr Oil A (Ilobn Grain and Hancock oil A Holly Development Klnner Aircraft Lincoln PC to now , 1.i. A. liitliiHlrloy I.. A. tl, and 1C. G pfd... Mennsco Mftf Pacific Finance Pacific Indemnity . .SO . .42 . .00 Republic Petroleum Hoc. National Hnnk , ICdlson ni i,.j 22 .SO .•(2 .r>o <H 106H <H 2HH 27'i li>i 61% nix., 2KO-, (Assootnltd rrrii» Leatcil Wirtt SAN FKAXCtSOO, Sept, 2».--The Crown Xellcrbnrh stocks led a fresh lulvanee of western stocks today. All three went to now highs. Crown common reached 10%. up %, the preference "A" Rained I and the "U" 1',4. both hitting 108. Caterpillar moved up 1% to SOVfc and Shell Oil % to 23'j, to complete the stock exchange's list of now highs. I,o Tonrnpuu gained 1 nnd Hank of California 4. Uepnblle wont down to a new low at tl'4, and recovering to G'i. WHS down H. Pacific Lighting reflectpd Kclllng exdlvldond $1.60 bv loslnir l',i points. ' Transamcrica stuck at ISii,. ' " POULTRY. BUTTER. EGGS (I'Hilrd |'rr«» f,r<i«rrf WSrr) LOfi ANU1CI.K8. Sept. 23,— Butter I'.xlras, S7'ir. I'CImn firsts, 34'io Stnnilarda, 3<c. frem faatei Wire) COLORADO 8PR1NOS. Colo., Sept. 29.-— Holly Sugar Corporation directors today declared a dividend of $1.71 oh preferred stock and », BO-cent regular and a 75-cent extra dividend on common stock. The board of directors announced the extra dividend was voted because , of the new federal tax lixw on undistributed profits and said, "There Is no Intention of setting any precedent by Iho declaration of this extra dividend." Ueorgc \V Repctrt, \ Ice-president In charge of salea, was nnmed evrctitlve vice-president, a new office. \V11mer H. Hemming, a member of the company's snlns organlcutlnn. wan made vice-president In charge of sales NEW YORK CLOSE -ri YORK, Sept. SI.—New York storks closed: Railroads 67 16'i 40'4 *-'H 45 U widow, tho former Anno Hitchcock of St. Louis; tln-oc ilaughu>rH, M rH . Koljert llopliliiH. nt \vhoH(i Uoston homo ho died: Mrs. Uobort I'Msku nml Mrs. Ultlng Morrison; and two SOUK, William Sowdon Sims, Jr., nud Ethan Sims. no Cnnriled Eons i,arge--Clean extras, 3,0; llRht dirty slanrtijrds, .16U«; light dirty extras. •»i j. " "''Vxlards, 2So; checks, BStr. Mediums—i.'l*an cxtrss. 28>io; Unlit dirty oxtras, 2Sc; clciin Blandiirds, aSc; light dirty nlandardH, 24o; chpckM 84c SniHll—Clean oxlriis, 20o; light dirty extras, 17c, Cosu counts, 2Sr. Poultry lions, t.ouhnniH, S'.i to .1U Ibs , 14c Hens, Lrglmrtis. over 3H nn<] up to 4 Ibs, 15o. linns, l/ORhorns. ever 4 llm lOi- Hon», i-olori'd, ;i!4 to 4 lb.1.. 20c. IIpiiH. colored, 4 Ilis. nnd up, S3c , Broilers, over .1 ami up to IVi ibs., Hrollors, i.v. r Hi and up to 2\i Ins., LOc. to'Vli!"' VjPf" 01 '""' "vcr 2V4 and up Fryers, colored, 2',i and up to 3U los . 17(». l i% ryi?r», colorod, over 3U nnd up to 4 II H,, ) Sf kn.-iMirs, soft bone. Barred Rocks, ovor 4 ibs. iinrt up, 'JOi'. Roust nrs. soft IIOIIH, other tlmn Barreil Rocks, over 4 Ibs and up, 20c. Old rooslors, Sc. I'MiokllnRs, 4% Ibe. nnd up. He. Ducklings, under 4' a ibi... 12o. Olil ducks, lie. IJop.se. I lli Baltimore A Ohio'!.,'!!!!.'!.' ChesnpoBkb ,t Ohio Krie ;.;;; Urpiit Northern pfd Illinois Central .Missouri Pnriflc I Now York Central , u Northern Pacific |. 27 " Pennsylvania 3g», Southern Pacific 43*4 Industrial! American Can 155 American Tel. and Tel 174*i Hordens Caterpillar Tractor Cltton Service Columbia Uns Consollilntcd Oas soS il&i 69 S Mediators Seek to Prevent Strike (Continued /'rum 1'agc On Transaniprli'it Cardinal Uolil..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.].uf i.jtj' SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS .(A»»»?iatrd frrtt looted Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Hopt. £D.~ Stock•-- - -' • VmiriK torn lurkovD. IS IU. and up to | Amm-lmn Sug"r Corn Products CurtlsK-WrlRht „„ First National Stores 47 Fox Film "A" 3t UniK-ral Kliwtrio ....~ .., 4fi»4 (,!nnor«l Poodn in Oohl Dust nti (.loodyear Tire ami Rubber 24 InternnttotiHl Harvester 5314 liitorniitlnnH) Tel. & Tel. 13 Johns•Manvllle ng Montgomery Ward 49 North American JIH Pacific GHS ISloctrlc sgil Httdlo Corporation ioi* Safeway Stores 30*1, Neiirs-Hophiiek 874; U. H. Rubber 3414 Union Carbide & Carbon 9«vJ United Aircraft 244 Warnor HrotherH 13*2 Western Union 5714 WeHtlnghouito ICIeolrlc 141 «4 Woolworth fi,t»^ J. C, Penney 90H Transainorlca u(j MeUli American Smelting 80V4 A nnconda 30' HethleliMM Kteel $gu International Nlcskel '.'. fiflS Kdineoofl Coppor 4$ Republic Hteel 2314 IT. S. Steel 7QU Vanadium .Steel 23\ Tobacco and Sugnr Byron Jackson 31 frown Xellerbai'h com vtc. 109 Crown y.olliu-bai-li pfu B...IOU Fireman's Fund In* (17 Marchant Cal. com 27V P. 'i. * K. fi lnl pfd •>-•> and "Job action," outlawed }', H 'l '-Jghtln^ 10 dlv pfd.. PIANOS—Pianos—pianos—tho .... „ Helectlon of pianos In Kern county. Used, rebuilt pianos nt low prices, ftuarantved. New grand und upright pianos, biKh-Krade makes. Prices low and rental terms. Valley _Mu»lr Storo, 1B23 Nineteenth street. BO Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6111 IN THK 81TP13KIOK COURT OF THR STATE OF CAI.IFOIINIA. IN AND FOR THK COUNT If OF KKHN IN THK MATTER UF THK 5STATE OF C. PKTRINI. also known as CKLKST1NO PKTRINI, Deceased. NOT1CK 18 HKHIfiHV CJIV13N by ho undersigned Administratrix of tbo ICstato of C. Potrlnl, also known as >lestlno Polrlni; dccoasnd, to (bo •roultors of and all persons having claims against tho estate of said C. J etrlul, deceased, to exhibit said claims with the imcesnrv vouchers vltblii six months from the date of hn first publication of this notice at bo law offices of norlon, Petrlnl & Conron, 304 Professional HutUIIng, lakersflfld. Kern County, California, he name being tho place selected by laid Administrator for thn trunfcm 1 - lon of all business pcrlalnlne to xaid estate, or to present and file nuld lalms with the neeessurv vouchers with tho County Clerk of tho Countv -if Kern, Stale of California, within Ix months from Iho date of tho first publication of this notice. Dated and first published thl» 29th uy of September, 103G. A. PETIUNI, Administratrix of the Estate of C. Prtrlnl. also known as Cclcs- llnri Petrlnl. deceased. BORTON. PKTRINt & CONRON, Attorneys for »ald Administratrix. :ept. 29, Oct. 0-13-30-87. PJ5EK KOIt I.ANUON WA.SII1NOTON, Sept. 29. (A. ]'.) Tho support of acorgo N. IV-Bk, first agricultural adjustment administrator and once head of tho ?Ccw Deal's export-Import bank, today was behind Governor Landon of Kansas for president. " •»»> I. KKFKCT AND CAUSE IIAURISVIlJjE, W. Va.. Sept. 20. (A. P.)—A dog barked and Mrs. Ijlbbla Jones suffered throe fractured ribs. Tho bark frightened a cow, the cow Jumped. Mrs. JOHCH ! was knocked from a milking stool. IN APPRECIATION — •"«»••* ».'•»*. ••». j i\y, j'(i|, n IiHI 1'hoinan (!. Plant, cliulr- ! Republic Potroleuiii'!..'!!!! Ship OWIKM-B Const Coin- g 1 "'' 1 . Union coin Hnrrv 14i.|,l,> n « r>....m.. houtherii Pacllfc in tho 1934 pactK. Pliint, Urldicos .Silent Neither The mlttoo. nor Harry BrldBos. Paclfio coast district president of llio Int«r- natlonal LoiiKBhoromon'H Association, would not comment on the m> KollatioiiH \vt\en the fatlgtiod con- fw-epH broke tip their third night meeting shortly boforn midnight. Unofficially, McOrady expressed belief thul a settlement WUH not Impossible. . --- . * « n , i ,.i tiu, v P. T. * T. pfd PlR'n Whistle pfd Ry. Mo. fi pfd .160 ^ sn'* fi'% 30% 10% Hlli 97 27 H K2 150 9ft' IS Ibs., IK, . Vomt« lom turkeys, over IS Ilm.,Ulc. H«II liirki<.\s, !' HIM nml up, 20c. Old toin turkoyH, 14«\ oltl bfii turkeys. He. Sqiinbs, undor 11 IbB. per dozen, !4c. ^ Wquabh, 11 Ibs. per doton und up! Cupons, undcV 7 Ibs., Sfli 1 . Ciijions, 7 His. and up, 2Sc. Rabbits, No. 1. white, 314 to 4M, Ibs. each, ISc. Riiliblis. No. 1 mlxod colors, 31^ and 4 Vi IbH. onoh, lie. Rublilts, No. 1 old, 6c. f ' :=I f L A. PRODUCE MARKET I .So. I'BC. C,ol. tlaie' A !!.!!! f, So. Pac. Ool. (late H Tidewater nil com Tldwwatcr Oil pfd TriuiBtiinerlca 17!. 2 17'% 103 COTTON FUTURES morn 717 Kiist Twenty-first struct, nnd Howard Arthur Soedcr, tho son of Mr. und Mrs. J. l<\ Hoeder, 725 Lincoln stroll. The vows wore celo- brutuil before tho Ktsvorend Father John Powers at HI. Joseph's Catholic Church, with tho bride glvon In marriage by her father. Mho was attended by her sister. Minn Arnwnda Uimydun. Harold ! ,»». 1'oley acted a« best man. I i A wedding breakfast was, «erved ! in tho California room ut Hotel 131' ' ]J'cJi;n where inoiiibpi-a o f tho two i *" B'lthered at a table at- j (Atiaclattd I'rcii Leatcit \\lrr> (Attoefatrd I'rrim tirntcrt H'trrl N1CW YORK. Hopt. SO.-Cotlon «•«« hlglip.r today on u. conlliiuiitlon of yesterday'* lniyln« mnvninent but found udditioiuil oncoiiruKPiiiPnl In reporlH of a very artlva demand for cotton gooilH In Worth si reel. All .... active mnnihft made new high uroiind , |OII "IIOCK: l^or for the movement with December Hell- " OM ""''tl'LOfl, fiilr OOitf^fic, po Ing up to 12.10 nnd May to 12 OB or ""'" 1 l '" st If'W'Oc, poornr 40®5 (Amoclaltd I'rctt l.tattd \\'<re! l.OS ANOEI.IilS, Kppt, 29.— lv«tiuo(": UiiRdnlupe mul Santa Maria dry puck 4-iloxnn $i!.a5ifa.60 fam-y J£ 6,'.; b-docon $2.i:iW2 85; KH- lliidK 4-dospii |l.7ulfj>2.0ti; l^oiiipoo }2.t>0 M2.«5. f,«, »2.f.O rrntc. Onion*; Street *H!M local Kpanlnh Kfl-lh. fiiK-liM IK-HI r>0(K>Or, poorer low lui 40o; lugK Afl«i3u<.'; white globes 60- Ib. ^/ll'lt^.•, ll.00ifl.10; IIIRH, TOlffTtc , POUI-M: Luke rounty BnrtlellM 8»iffi ! 4''. Plncor county SHtfS^i"', I.ltllo- rt.i-k boot .IHOSHr, modluni Si^wac; Tehai'lmpl fair sjVii;; HiinU C'lnru county Clalrifnauii iVjc, HOHC. IWc, Hardy* HJlVio, winter Nolln 2'4c; Placer county wlnlisr Nells 2c Ib. Hwpel potatoi-ic l.ocul Porto HIcaiiN TftWPOc; Jemern 65iEp7r>i-, poorer lid®) 80o; Nnncy Hitll« 05®7r)C Koi'li county Jr-rKo.vH 7fi®8Bc; No. 2n 35O. r >Oc; Nancy H»||M no u flic. Tomiitoi's: I^irnl slonoH, American Tobacco "A" American Tobacco "H" . Cuban American Huicar Oreai WoKtorn 8iiRar ... R. J. Reynolds "H" .... Ollt Atlantic RoflnlnK Consollilaled MexIcKii ,S««,bonrd Phillips Pftrolnum .Shell Union Standard of Cnllfornln, ,. Stnnditrd of Now Jersey . Kocony Vacuum I Texas Company Tidewater Ass'n, now ... Motors Auburn Motors Chrysler Oonnrnl Motors Hudson /.. Packard Motors .Stud«»bak«r .. *. Tlinkcn ItollPr Benrlng .. Equipment* American Car Foundry . Amorlcan Ijooomotlvo ... Muldwln I/oconiotlvc .... Oenerul Tank Klowart Warner 27Si 24 38 .. COU JJK 3714 1744 jju 122Vi e- Ing up to 12.10 nnd May to 12 OB or j J""'" 1 10 to 13 polntH not hltilicr. A lltllfl '"'" [.looror DOc; "iOo; Ven-o-.-n was encountered m tho figures jind tho mnrkct showed re- uctlonn of 4 to fi points in Into tniillntr, Futures uloHod stfady, fi to 2 points higher. Oulobcr. 1!.1C. December, 12.095J 12.09; Junuory, 12.00; March, 12.044} 12.00; May, 12.01; July. 11.90. Spot »t«ady; mtdriltng, 12.66. « mz ^ CHIPAQO GRAIN i j-Wrl.10; 4-rm. , <!li>b«» r.-fii>, »l,25, fnlr ' ,, .itO. poorer 7f.c; ll-ds, g6S;!iOo; Santa Maria C'llobes 5-f.s, JI.25(iJI1.3B, Home $1.0(1^1.10; 4-fis, Sfiotjil.OO. 6-OH, 7f,r«;iOi. % ; Vitnlura county PomlcronHM 5-f.s, fair }l SB* l.n,"i; (1-fiH, |l,00411.10; eotno SO«l>BOc; 4-r.s. *i.od®i.2B fuif. PotuloeN: Mrokoi'H' sales good Ktockton WlHconsin Pridi.-B £.tluw-2.40 cwl.. fair, |2.16; choice, J1.50&I.60, Honm JI.40 cwt, GOVERNMENT BONDS 12H '04 BOH 34 r,sv 20 Vd L, A. GASH GRAIN (Antedated Prrit l.tamd n'frt) LOH ANUKI.I3H, «epl. 29.—Current local grain quotnllotm were reported by the Federal-State Mnrkct News nervic« nn follows: fprlces quoted are cwt., field run, In carloads only): Argentine corn, quick delivery, bulk $3,004i 2.05. California wh»nt. sacked, No. t soft or No. 1 hard white, $l.«BSj'l.«7Va. California barley, saokod, 44 Ibo. No 2 bright western, ll.62Uttl.85; No 1 48 U.S.. |l.q5«.|,67W. ' C^allfornla mllo, sacked, No. J yellow, ll.C7V40l.70. tractlvoly docorutud with white car naltotut. lurkfipur, luporH nnd a. . Wheat: |i Kopl. 8».—UraliiH ...,, •**. ,.d|.rul , [UfJCIM lillll H, W IM'li bride's cjil<e. CornflowerH and pulnm SIH >" 11-llH^ll.lHi; July were used In urtomino- ti,« ,.i..,„..!. i (.'orn: lipciMni.er (idUffUfi were used in adorning the church L- ( ;", r " : I .""'"" 1 '""' wlmro organ selections were played i "a,^.' J |"lL**,'*" ns thn lipi.itii ,«...(.. „., ....t-.«j ...... ':'"'*• I'eccmbor n« thn In-ldal pnrly approached and July 3SHc. dopnrted from the'altar. Mrs. ISdiui llye: bVccmber liUtllf wft« nt tho organ, playlnu! 7«Mic. "God Prnlsed In Ills Workw" (Ma<-». I Hftrley: December 7 (OHO) und "Holy God Wo 1'ralso L rlty Numo" (n Oermun choral). |* After a week or inoro In Kan i I J'ranclsco. Yosemltc and other polntn i ' in thn north Mr. und Mm. Bocdfirj* will live at 131 Js'llCM »(reel. ! M^rs. Boeder's brunette; bounty was May 1*0 41 f ' 4 c; May 42c; Sic; May. 78c; July LOS ANQELES HAY nnhanuod by the eomumo choison for i tttwtulctl I'rrit Centra Wire) LOH ANOKI.KS, Kept, 2».~JlHy for ., Lou AnfO'lcB, \it-r ton; We whfh to thank our frleniln for their klndnena and beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement. (Signed) MRS. CHRIS 1IINZO, MK. AND MRS. TOM DUUiADO, . AND MRS. HKFKIK HINXO, JOJiN . MH. AND MltH. TjOUlfi HINZO, " INTENTIONS TO WED • •• ----- -- vi'Miij^i ^»tvfnvil I \fl the ceremony, n lu K ga K e brown wool ~ChoVcS barle),' IH«ii. suit with brown satin trimming*. Choice oais. JltQlti. runt accessories and n cortntgu of Alfalfa dollvnrvd Hyoes or Kl Monn. ! orchids. i U- «• N'u. J rabbit. JIGfrHj.JO; No. 2 I Her attendant wore a green crepe — f -?-- llB: N ° 2 ' * U ' G6 ' ! afternoon drcnis, yellow lOKcbnd cor- BttBu an<l brown ucc*>H»(irifH. Mr. and Men, Hoedwr urn popularly Identified with the youncrer sot locally, Mrs. Boeder Ix-lng tri-as- urc-r of Klgma Phi Oamina sorority. She wa« the recipient of uev- eral smart pre-nuptinl parUe». Hoat- esses Included AJiss Virginia Voor- hle« who entertainer] at a miscellaneous shower; Mra. AI Price and Mr«. Freeman 8pr*y<-r, who - Wire) NKW YORIC, Sept. SB.—U. S, bonds ClOKivil (odiiy: Treaturle* 4 "4". 47-f>s'rr<(.. 118.26. 3'i«, 4S-4&, 10.S.1&. t». 44-54, 114. 4p, 44-S4 reg., 113-i'J. .'I^H, 40-58, 112.8. 3%n, 40-43 Juno, 108.6. 3»i,H. 4I1-47, 10».f>. "">»ii!. 41-43 Mimih rog., 108.2», Il'iw. 41. 109. 3UK, <l reg.. HIS.28. 3'4«i, 44-46, 10S.C. 3V*«, 44-4U rvH.. 108 3'^M, 4C-41I, 1t)8,2S. 3',«h, 4H-M, 100.12 8», 4li-4«, 100. 3», 51-05, 104.2u. 8», Cl -f.5 rog., 104.SI. 2!is, r,r.-cu, io2.ii. 2-^B, 46-47. 104.12. 2%«, 4."i.<7 n-K . 104.6 2«i*. 4*-5i. IMJJ.HI !t%», 61-51, 101. IV. Fed«r«l Farm Morten at Mix, 4l'-47, 10E.20. 3s, 4». 103.10. Home Oweieri Loan 3s. A-02, 103 8. It4«, 4», 101.21. 2',4*. 42-44, 101.:';' BAR SILVER (Amocialfd I'rttt Leatrd NBW YORK. Sept. a».—Bar »llver ntcndy and unchanged at 44**c. FUNERALS Sludy of Domestic Industry Causes Market to Raise General Level r.t«Joci(ifr(J Fret* Leatai WirtJ NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—Wall Street today paid more attention to domestic Industrial developments than to foreign currency upheavals and the stock market responded with a slow price advance. While buying In the share list was, on the whole, highly selective, and the trading volume rather slim, la- vorcd issues retained advances of fractions to a point or more near thp fourth hour. Light profit taking was encountered among tho leaders but this was usually absorbed without much difficulty. Among shares prominent In the forward tilt were Evans Product*, ISlnctrle Auto-Lite. Hercules Motors, Nash, Hudson, Deere, J. I. Case, Wpstlnghouse. Du . Pont, Allied Chemical. Consolidated Edison, Paramount Pictures. Twentieth Century- Pox, I^oew's. Warner Brothers, General Foods. Keystone Steel & Wlr*. Shell Union Oil, Holly Sugar and American Sugar Refining. General Motors turned over In largn blocks at a slight gain. Chrysler dropped a point at tho start, cancelled the decline and then slipped back again. U. S. Steel and Bethlehem Ira- proved. Holding to a narrow groove were Santa Fe, N. V. Central, Pennsylvania, Southern Pacific, Northern Pacific. Atlantic Coast Line, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Sean Roebuck, Montgomery Ward, General Klectric, Douglas Aircraft, Anaconda, Kennocott. American Smelting. International Telephone and Columbia Gas. S. F. LIVESTOCK I — — ~4 (A ttoftntet Prett Ltaied Wire) SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Sept, 25 n5?iis^?' X°K. I10 ' SO on Wg load r T iVi b iw Ca »'°rnla», about two loads 157-lb averages. J10.S5. sorted 16 head 110.60; BOWS practically ab««»k few heavies J7.50, good quoted Cattle. 100. 'Load medium short-fed steers, J7.4O, with 40 head J7; half- i6-lb. Utah grass steers,, J7.35, two head; part-load medium hunt fed steers' quoted around Tsirtr ' V. medium ran^e cows $4.50 SM 15, souttered sales low-cuttors- Se'.A* 1 !? *'-25O4; bulls quoted mostly JS 80 down. lj«tc Monday: Load good »50-lb short-fed 8to*rs $8, about six .2% Ji fter one week '" local feed lot, J6.75. with one load J6.S3. Calves 15. Late Monday; Few plain llnht v . e «l»"» Me.5. choice quoted around .. Sheep, 1COO. Two decks good 77fl> 80-lb. wooled Oregon lambs. J8.2S. sorted 35 per cent medium at 17.85: part-deck medium-good medium pelt , , I)B ,«i S t « orl<! <* 10 Per cent: pin- deck 100-lb. yenrllnes and wethers J«, late Monday: Bulk 106«niS-lb. medium-good slaughter ewes, $2.25$s.$o METALS MARKET M not-fared Trfit Ltaifd Vfire) NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—Copper quiet; electrolytlo spot and future. |9.7a; export. $9.81. Tin steady; spot and nearby, I45.40«45.SO; fiUure,J45.05 ff45.15. Lead steady; spot New York * 4 -' 0 *y-*6: Bast St. Louis. 14.45. Zinc dull; Ea«t St. Loula spot and future. *4.S5. Quicksilver. $01 ©97. Iron, aluminum, antlnumy, platinum and wol- frainlte unchanged. THE WEATHER Sun Jogquin. Sacramento and S»nla Clara v alley n: Pair and continued warm tonight and Wednesday; light variable winds. San Francliico bay region: Pair and mild tonight and Wednesday: fogs locally in early morning; light west wind. Northern California: Pair tonight and Wedne«day; fogs locally on coast: high temperature In Interior; gentle variable vrlnda off the count. Sierra Nevada: Fair tonight and Wednesday: little change In temperature; gentle changeable winds. Kallnu valley: Fair and mild tonight and Wednesday: local morning: fogs In lower valley; northwest wind*. Southern California: Fair tonight and Wednesday; warmer In Interior; gentle variable winds off the coast. Sept, 39, it, PLKTCHIKK - llincit - Harry t,J I'lcteUer, 27 Mid Mildred A. fllrdf 4«, both of Unkcrsfiold , • • , , talned at a kitchen nhower, and Alfred Berry and Mm. lUlph Mat loon, who presided over an own- nlng of bridge ut which a lovely gift waa boHtownd upon the bride-eloct. AttondliiK th» ceremony brc-nkfiict were: Mr>»nra. and Mosdaincn— - Jotieph IS, 3. 1'. Boeder CJucydan 1 lay Haggard Mr*. Ella 8oed«r Oty M>« Boeder A rmandn twydiin , Mr. H«u«)d Landon Planning ; Fourth^ampaign (Attwtated I'rttt l.eamd Wire) TOPKKA. Kan., 8upt. 29.~~Hy way of ciDiiliiiHizliig lilu -words "Thnrn will IX" no slnokpnlng In this campnlen." Governor A If M. T.tin- 1 j 11 $ don announcwl detail* today for his; j " fourth mujoi vote drive, featuring (United I'reti Leaned Wtrtj addreiwe* In Chicago CK^ober », U>8 ANCKUCM, Kt-pt 28 —Hog«— Kncelpts 100: isa24c lower; llgbt FT"i" '? d "' *'.O.tSfcll.lO: some held higher; heavy locals, IMO.004JJO.2ii. CaUl»~-t{«>cel i ptH i _UOO_; boldovrrK »5J ; LOS ANQELES LIVESTOCK , October 12 and Dotrolt October 3+. Hcturnlng only la»t night -from his third drive— UIP two previous were his New . York-Peniwylwiiito campaign und hto do«h to Miiino— tho nepubllcan presidential nominee "The people ar« in mood, Tb«>r« *11I b« no In th<» campHlgn. \ UOHHMAN -Mse» will be solemnised at SI. l-'raimU Church at 9 o'clock ^W PdncKduy tiiornlng for lienrv A 1 tnrrnuin, 7«. 01 Arvin, wlio died at a local hospital Hunduy. Kosary services will be conducted at Dourhty-Calhoun-O'Meara chap*l i ul 8 o'clock this evening. j DAVI8-Uist rites for Willie Prentls i Davis, IB. son of L,yle H. Davis, i I 330 Cooper slrenl, Oildulc. were i conducted at 2 o'clock this after- i I noon at Uoughly-Calhouti-O'Mvnnr*- ! chapel, with Interment following at i j Cireuiiluwn Memorial Park. i , QANN—|."uncral *ervlci>H for J.-uues i Clmrl(!!» liRiiii, Infant »,>n of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow liarl Oaiin of j (lildalo, were conducted nt Klick- ; i Ingur-lJlBlfir cliuii-l ;a 10 o'clock j tills iiiiiriiliiK, liit»rinfiit MUB In ! Ureunluwn Mernurlal 1'ark. \ j .MOSIKFJ—The body of Charlei Mi>- ' ' »i«r, 44, Pomona truck driver, who ; 1 dl«d Sunday «V«II|IIK «» rpnull of ] injurit's riH.-elv«d In a Ktrn traf- ! fie accident, was taken tu>luy to ' Pomoiiii fur funeral K.Triers. " Ar- iiinrniiirnis wtr* undrr direction ! of thu Doughty-Crtlhoun-U'Mwira ' PAKKKIt — The body of n um ie '< l'urk«i-. 22, of Uttkersfleld, who died | Hunday at a local huapltal, \vus Hunt i to his former home at Oregon cllv, ! Ore., yesterday for funeral services und Interment. II00*011 mortuary In charge , to 16.78; I'Alvwt fow on ttdy to i!>f lo»«r; medium . »7.3«; Mexicans, J6.St.itf6.40; heifer*, 16.00 down; cows. 14,61), '•-- —1cH, |8.73^fi.2S; bulls' 100; Dttsudy to. sttn i to IS.50; calves, f: holdover* 434, >S.M); iig other medium ewon, j,t .»' \ ^J -j j r f , V t ,'' l i ' >1"^*' 'f 1 i '. *-,* f* t h '< Ifc'w Union Cemetery ....._..—. MONUMENTS CRAVE MARKERS FLOWER CONTAINERS Prle»i taw la litplng with Id* tints Changing Conditions CHANGING economic conJhioas nece^itaie periodic analyiis of investments. The periwnnel oi our In- vcstiueut and Statistical departments will be pleased to assiit you without cost or obligation. J. A. HOGLE & CO, VIIXIUM VJTIK rott STOCK MCJM.VC£ UOS Phone J240 omcsj in tm.r HU.U $AWT UAKt

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