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Announcements Classified Advertising column* of The Bakersfield Californian close promptly •t 10 o'clock each morning for all one- column ads* Twn-column or larger adt must be placed the day before publication. Phone 7-7«31. 1-14-tf U Brlve For rent—Trucks, i Icfcups. tralleri. Parker's, Blgbtb and Union avenue. Phnne . 2-991Z. 1-21-tf 'Al.l, kind* ot •weight* and wlflthi ot c*n- vaa. Can»»« Konda made tn nrdfr *t Hnrnunn'a. 1606 Nineteenth etreet. l-»-tt Business Opportunities FOR SALE—Douclinut shon doin» cood business, corner location, close to town. long lease. Call 2-9622. 2-7181 or 2-76.1:!. GAS STATION, grocery store, five cabins completely furnisher!; lisht lunches and garage. On 39 Highway. 150-foot frontage. This business will keep two people busy. The price is $10.000. Inr'jiles all equipment and realty, stoek and fixtures; $3fir>u cnsh. balance J50 monthly. Frank D-iy. 1915 "Eye." 71 RESTAUHAN1 — Including lot. building, equipment Located Inside city limits, operating 24 hour* per day. doing excellent business Profit records available to pioper party; shown by appointment only. Price $27.000, terms. See Paul Sybrandt, 213 East Eighteenth. Phone S-5003. 10-13-tf AND NOTARY PUBLIC •t 1112 "By*" *treet. Phone 1-0(51. REFUNDS on classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. There will be a service charce of one Insertion for classified ad* placed and canceled before publication The Bakersfleld Californian. 6-21-tf 11AI.K or female Hormones available, at Jirundage Pharmacy. 15 Chester. Phone 5-3111!). 71 Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Lady's white gold wrist watch on link baud. Finder please call 2-0437. LOST—In vicinity 600 block WashinKlon street. Oildale, small black and white don. long tail, resembles aktink. Information to his whereabouts, please. Phone __: - ajiij). ID LOST—3-inch hone off gas tanker, on road between Clear Creek and Wheeler Ridge via Arvin or between Wheeler Ridge and Wester i Gulf oil refinery at PaJoma via Greenfield and Old River. Tinder call i; - (10 7,'i or_2-4!l42. 7J! LOST—At Weill's second floor, brown billfold, containing money, papers and Pictures, valuable to owner. Pleueo return to 11131 .lefferaon. 71 LOST—Police pup, 6 months old. black fine, new collar, with license. If found, take to Doctor Edwards' Veterinary, " - •l__C_»vs | V_I avenue. ~j~_ Lns'L'r—Black mart' and blaze-faced black colt. Please cull owner, phone L'-75Sri in- Box 74_H, Koine. l,_on_l'Jerce_Hjiad^ 71 LtiST—One burro, in vicinity of Lncky'a grocery store on North Bukcr. Phune. __ 3_-14 S6. 1- LOST—A coin purse, at candy store counter next door to Rex theater. Thursday noon. Contains two oldtlmo gold wed- dlnE band riliBs, two flllvor dollars, made Jn 1922, and old receipts. Keep money, return rincs and receipts. Reward. Call 2-'J009. Lamont. 72 FOR LEASE—Modern well located service alatlon. In Bakorsflelrt. Gllmore Oil Company. Phone 2-3086. 70 ANOTHER ONE of thoHe cheap auto courts. Income J90 per month, nnil a 6-r«nm home to live In. ITiOOO, one-half cash, balance J75 PIT month. Bolter look this over. Frank Day, 1915 "Eye" street. 70 Schools—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School offer* job training. Spare time: home study Fro' catnloguc i'nl' Lee Manful!. 1-7636 or write Box 438. 78 Transportation—Buses MUALS AND PILLOWS Lowest Pare* to All Point* AM,-AMEHiCAN BUS LINK) INC. .026 C,he*t»r Bill* L. Ball Phnne J-84S3 1-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 8-6-tf Personals HEMORRHO1D SUFFERERS — No ho«- pitallzatlon nor loss o< time. No *urgery nor injection*. New. *af«. painless method ot eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Dr. I,. R. Penntrtton. D. C., *ulte S. Prof***lon»! building. Phone 6-6100. t-t-it •ACRO-1J.1AC LESIONS, low b«ck pains. arthrlt!*, con*tlp«tlon *,nd prostate dis- conected. Dr. D. U. P»rl*b. 407 H«b*rf*lde bulldln*. Phone order* D C., 9-9 : D M^BrloV Detective Agency, room 110, Hay bu.'ldlnc Baker*f1eld. Licensed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 2-2300 or Z-666S. »~1-lt DRIVING pickup to Oklahoma. Can take five: share expense. 104 Liggett, phono 2-4631. 70 LKAVINO .Monday to North Carolina. Will take three passengers. References nxrhangrd. 1314 Oregon. 71 Occupational Services GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR M. S. Druey, phone 2-6300. Spray or brusb. Horn* or industrial. Estimates free. 71 Careful, expert work at reasonable prices. Have your brakes Inspected every 6000 miles. No charge for this service. Firestone Stores Twenty-lourth and Chester 9-27-tf ELECTRIC Irons, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. Killebrews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1609 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 79 ELECTRIC motor rewinding and repair. Fast service and vork guaranteed. Delta Electric and Machln* Shop, 1200 Pacific atreet. 80 PAINTING Residential, ranch and industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 8-2432. Contractor O. H. Hines 80 ANYONE knowing the whereabout* of JEANETTE BENNETT, the daughter • of Thersa Bennett, deceased, who formerly lived at Route 5. Box 152-B. Bakersfield. please write to Box H-434. The CalUornian. . 76 NOTICE P. S. Longf rla now merged with Commer• cial Business Bureau. G. H. Slack. manager. 1621 Twentieth street. Phone •J-758-1.- 74 A. J. TYI.EP. please call »t 2717 street or phone 3-1735. "Eye" 71 HOT RESPONSIBLE for »">' bl l ls con - tracled nv John F. Woodslde. A. A IVrry. Roule 2, Box 245. "I Financial for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobile Furniture Farm Salary Trucks Equipment "PAID FOR OR NOT" Too. may *UI! borrow for a* long a* 11 months. Private Sales of Automobiles Truck* and Furniture Financed 100% LOCALLY OWNED Trade with local people who understand local conditions. W J <BI11> Bergman Maurice St. Clalr 25th and Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone 6-67»'J Appointments Made RELIABLE PAINTING. DECORATING Residence, Commercial, Spray Painting SID L. HELLER Licensed and Bonded Contractor 2409 "Eye" Street Phone 2-2492 10-2-tf TRUCK HAULING — Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture moving a specialty. Phone 2-9225. Whitio Morehead. 106 Decatur street, Olldale. 88 BEST PLUMBING SERVICE—The best costs less. Repair and remodeling; little jobs get first attention. County license. Phone 2-2HI2. 70 Pruning Shaping Topping Taking Trees Out Free .Estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 70 ELECTRIC fans and motors repaired at the J. & J.. 611 Nineteenth. I buy your old electric irpns. hotplates, etc. 91 CLOCK REPAIRING; work iruaranteed. 2115 North Kern street, phone 2-S454. ,70 TREES We Trim We Remove We Top Wft Shape Phone 2-7881 72 AND TRUCK REPAIRING AND WELDING SERVICES. Bring Your Trouble to 230 Baker street. 91 JIany auto loans made In 2714 minulos. No cosigners. No extra loan fees, lou get full amount of the loan. } 9.75 repays JlflO In 12 months. J14.56 repays J150 In 12 months. $10.33 repays $200 in IS months. Loans from $25 to J1000. Just drive up, bring in white or pink slip. Get money then and there us BOOH as approved. Your car does not have to ba fully paid lor to get an auto loan. Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed Quick, expert service on all makes. Lota of prewar parts. Three days' Bervlce. Buck's Radio Service. Phone 2-5193 7_15 Washington Avenue, Oildale 76 THEE TOPPING, pruning, plowing. Have team and truck. Free estimation. Phone 2-7762. 84 TRUMAN'S Transfer and Storage. Long distance and local hauline. Businesa phone 2-8914. 2016 South Chester avenue. 95 3*» Sill Building (Under the Big Coca-Cola Sign) 15u8 Eighteenth Street W. Verhaag, Manager Phone 6-6S9B Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-3337 ^ 9-16-tf Local buslnes* enterprise wants Help Wanted—Male EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-30-tf BELLMAN—Must be over 21. Pndre. Apply Hole) 7-1-tf HELPER WANTED nn seismograph crew. Experience not required; steady Job In an essential industry; availability certificate require. Apply 126 George Hay building. 10-2-tf WANTED—Auto mechanic and helper. Apply Cheeneman Garage, 1909 Union avenue. 7(1 NEEDED STEAMFITTERS PLUMBERS STEAMFITTER COMBINATION WELDERS AT PASCO, WASHINGTON TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 TWO DRIVER-SALESMEN. No phone calls. Apply Nebl Bottling Co., 120 Kentucky street 72 Call »t 5215 Cheater »venue for infer- ni.itlon. 10-11-tt EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Days Repay 1102.BO—Total Cost ONLY $2.50 If You Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Months to Pay Only You Have to Sign— No Co-Signers AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 2300 Chester Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf MONET TO LOAN Lone term, all type farm loans, 4Vi per cent Interest. 'No commission to bor- *° W */' B. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARK THEATER BUILDINO TUJUARE, CALIF. PHONE 31 »-4-tf I WILL GIVE financial support to a busl- ness proposition that has possibilities. Call In person. 1M2 "Bye" atreet 70 WANTED—Ten lumber cleaners to cull nails. Kern Wrecking Company, phone 2-2437. 10-19-tf DRIVER salesman wanted for wholesale milk loule. vcl«ran preferred. No telephone cat It Contact after 1 p. m. Kirk Ilagland Oicamery, 1115 P alreet. 74 WANTED—Man for janitor work In Olldale church. Phone 5-5571 between 4 and 6 p. m. 71 HOUSEMAN wanted at tho Padre Hotel. See housekeeper or manager. 71 Help Wanted—Mai* Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Female BY E. I. DuPONT COMPANY HANFORD ENGINEERING WORKS TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED ATTRACTIVE SCALE OP WAGES OVER 40 HOURS FOLLOWING WORKERS NEEDED: SHEET METAL WORKERS PROTECTIVE FIREMEN LABORERS LIVING FACILITIES FOR EMPLOYED PEOPLE ONLY WORKERS NOW EMPLOYED IN DEFENSE WAR INDUSTRY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE WILL INTERVIEW APPLICANTS OCTOBER 12 THROUGH OCTOBER 20 APPLY AT 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET PHONE 6-6041 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SERVICE STATIOX FULJj OR PART TIME EMl'LOYME.VT Opportunity for valuable training and advancement up to :mrl including tho position of STATION MAXAOF.U AKCK IS to 40 J lyiiiw 1 Pnrt time work ateo available for housewives, women students, etc.. in your neiRhliorhootl stations. For interview call at STANDARD STATIONS, Inc. California and Chester Avenue Workers in war production activities should not apply. __^ 70 WAITRESS wanted, over :i; Enort wuKes. tips. Bamboo Chop Sticks, 1203 Wanted to Rent—Hou««» Wll.r/ I'AY ni] rent for nice L'-h use; excrllent caro L'NI-'('r!NlSHK!> 1. L 1 OR 3-BKDtiOO.M IIOCSK civn, TAN Anrr/rs; s YKAHH . wi-:ir,i/s RKADV- ti.Ml 'I /) V }'A ' nni.'tli r.n k of sorvtrerzlH n needs npnrtuH'tit. prpfcr-lbly i^Irl f'h<inu niorninpf. I'AKTLV furnished apartment or small house, within walking distance of Invii. liy middlf-airefl woman; no children, Pimm; J-4(!"0 after li [). m. T2 l;.AST flHKf isfi^ld HlKll f*i liool t-ai-hor il ?-b.->,lr'ium P'Tlil: Ilrnf . Ml 9. W. .M 4 p. in. . KiKhtefnth street. 71 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTED—McMahan'» Fur- nltur* Campany, Eighteenth and H. »-!8-tf SALESMRN—Insulation. Can make *200 • month and up. Its use recommended bv the government. Inquire C. L. Van Voa«t. Padre hotel. Bokersfleld. 10-4-t{ SALESMEN—Experience not necestary. to train for executive positions top waiei paid whiir trainlnar. L/eed's Shoe Store. 10-10-tf SALESMAN—National concern, food products. Excellent future. Write own handwriting, to Rox 1016-O. The Bakersfield Californian. 71 Situations Wanted—Male WAXTKP- A fu nunt Jl^ive o \nff tnr service Hi:i.[AI'.l,i: family of tw hold Wanted to Rent—Apartments SINGV.K Kir', wnptw apartment or .small house. I'c-rniaiiont; nn pets. M-.int he nico or aon't call. Won't wharc. Days. _2-ns75; inichta. Cj6S5_l. 70 \A'A.\T10D to rent, fiirniphrd np^rlment or house. Man mid \vi!'f: no children. Ter- fllanent. T'hone ~ SS43. 70 Cattfornian October 20, 1944 For Sale—Improved Property JTi L- H\!ITA !«•> t.o.l Ire I.M.I hi.-ikf ^ J >n -Iinmodia'e and 'Ir-ri, IIVIIIR ronm. o kitchen with rt'ial ik. h.-tr<I\vnod floorH, For Sale—Improved Property corner P^'.IPK Vis '/o l-'-<-irooniK, in bapement wah lots of *. etc. Th* thrift bn'hl. v;ith bath. Ul'h-.nK. n *v-room ni'.!lld]n« fhreej 'lTO well rnn- i one-third .-tote j The VVH o IB i * n'i I<MI li.iw ; H« 'Ir-.v.n am! OVP (•-!<•-< i.-;-- *1 H'Mvaa M;i*!er ho'i n n t H i sc !'it<< (if rlo he i'- to Mil rooms, \(imf .in hr.-.d*, IB on*' ot iho. b«*yt :itv en r:aki-r«fieH. dininff room. liSfc wall hnciC t hpatoln! '^r; iKls; co(;lrr f.( ta nf fri etc. Price pTrh have tilfl inn. Kpar^, F'ur- c. nl^r through :{-<-ar s^rnge. h'iiit homes tn Price 117.000. 6-room hom«. :in^f rr»nm with finnr furnace. ; . and berries. 512.000. flf >;»••.*).wr'it rtislr \K n, cc .ft. S'.T'-I. i:K —Two-lie, ho, -.ni iMt-r construction. NOriTM tnius.' Jllton C.ALn-'OKMA AVKNTK—No:, r hxrh : ;i nd J un 'OP < 'ul Ir•;••>, la life J-hn h.mie. m< -UM " \vt y U*M n ',nriid< i"t.. 2'3 a'-r«»s with nearly iri hcirnc and also 2-rooni Hardwood and ti!p. VT»V Somo chicken equil-rnnnt. chool i.)om .'i u'l •I-;ST .IKNT-- P-:;>I.'\- n:i<i t\vr> nrnrt .-tit -J. tin-* 111 'iv. •', :t i "mi'!vio\v turn .sisp't .i-hi'l .r^ I i;tt ti.n :M rim'S. rt?f r.ti^rn t firs ;i .hir-^ m.'tfhir.c - .nil pr-Mpt'i nil Mit h. DITI.KX years • mums von if in- tn I'ri.-o M2.5nn. — PlaMrr Hti.l .Id ir, i-xi-clli-nt \s• one siil*; conip dipt rit f, IHH la lion and m.'irUe't-; $ modrrn *-rn\- ?ly t'tmuohod. 1*0 to ti ,in.i- '100. EMPI-OYKP muplf 1 \vnnt i metil. clofrfc in. No pets. ire Knmll apa 1'hone 2-04^3 I RENOVATE, re«e«l and fertilize lawna and haul away the rubblnh, 2c a ftquare foot. Phdnn 4-4160 Richard Hailey Gardening Service. ___ 8 0 FOR GKNKHAI, contractinB work, phone 3-OfiTo. and repair 74 70 AT TAFT Oiler for Gas Engine Compressor Plant—Afale Draftsman, Veteran or Female Chainman, Mala AT BAKERSFIELD Helpers for Installing and repairing pipe lines—male. AT WASCO Serviceman—male. AT LEBEC Pipeline repairman—male. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED Apply to Phones Taft 464, Bakersfield 7-7B01, Wasco 4231, Lebec 18 79 DERRICKMEN AND ROTARY HEIFERS NEEDED; STEADY WORK FOR EXPERIENCED MEN. APPLY BETWEEN 10:80 A. M. AND 3:30 P. M. RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION 666 HABERFELDE BUILDING BAKERSFIELD. CALIF. 9-26-tf WANTED. AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PONTIAC GARAGE. 2701 CHESTER. 6-ZZ-t! WANTED — Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours and pay, in an essential job. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kltchen-Boyd Motor Company, 2220 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf WANTED — Tire service man. Good future, good salary. Apply Smart Tire Store. 830 Twenty-first street. _ 8J WANTED — Trimmer to operate glass and upholstery department In large repair shop. See Backman at Motor Tenter, Twenty-second and Cheater. __ 8-15-tt WANTED—Repair and delivery man to work in furniture store. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 14 UO Chester avenue. 10-7-tf EXPERIENCED service station salesman. Good salary and excellent future. Must have fair education and able to assume responsibility of training and directing others. Firestone Stores, 2331 Chester, Bakersfield^ 9-30-tf NEEDED AT PASCO, WASHINGTON BY ESSENTIAL WAK INDUSTRY PATROLMEN Mus', have had at least two years In high school, be in good physical condition. APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 NBbJDHD to Help maintain transportation, auto and truck m«ch*nlcc «n<1 body ro«n rul! tim> work. Motor <:«it«r. Hulrk. Crievrolot and Cartlllir OMlcr. 8«t Backman, Tw«nty-«*«nni) and ChesUr. 8-lB-tt WANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO ME- CHAN1CS. APPLY SOUTH EHN GA RAUE. TWENTY-THIRD AND I STREETS. U-»l-tf DRIVER-SALESMAN WANTED veterans preferred 7-UP BOTTLING CO. 230 E. Eighteenth St., phone 7-7921 71 WANTED—Oi' field workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen, 6 and 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-9461 Tidewater Associated Oil Company. 78 WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER. 6:30 TO 2:30 SHIFT. IDEAL WORKING CONDITIONS. PLENTY OF WORK. KEWPIE'S CAFE. FOURTH AND UNION. 10-17-U Splendid opportunity for young" man to engage In own buxinexs. Motorcycle necessary; guaranteed Income to start. Unlimited possibilities In virgin field. Apply In person at 1677 Chester avenue. WANTED—First-class general auto mechanic. Hood worklnif conditions, top \vagca, in lovely mountain Burroundinge, Keinville, Calif. Must have own hand tools, phone Kernville Garage. 71 OPENING for man mechanically Inclined, who wishes future In radio. Need honesty and good personality. Work Is of mechanical nature and no previous knowledge of radio Is required. Offers good chance to learn. Apply In person Pnston'n Radio Shop, corner of K street and 99 Highway. 71 BOY to waeii dishes and assist on fountain. All day work. Apply Mlchenzr's Drive-In. 72 THOROUGHLY experienced tank truck driver for butane truck and trailer. If not experienced, don't apply. See Harold. at Fourth and Union. FIRST and' second money available for the nurrhaw ot property. Call In person, 8an Joaquln Agencies. 1812 "Bye" street. 70 I WANTED—A welder, top wages. O. O. I Barnett, Box 11. McFarland. Phone I 273. 7» WANTED—Derrick nmn and two helpers ior portable drill rig. 613 Washington Oildale. Phone 2-77VS. 71 WANTED—Presser for tailor shop Harry Coffee's. Good pay, good working conditions and a peacetime position. See Mr. Gray. 70 WANTED—Grod reliable man for dellv cry. Wholesale poultry. Good salary and pcrni'iitent poult ion. Apply Bak crsficld Chicker Shop, Twenty-fourM and >- aUeeta. 7 WANTKD — A part-time janitor. 1700 Union uvenue. Joc'a Fountain Lunch. MAN for dairy work, washing bottles and dairy equipment and helpinff in bottling room. Phono 6-«5SL'6 after 6:30 p, m HELP WANTED—Warehouse and milling department. Apply 1601 O street. 7 WANT an experienced machine milker straight Hhlft. Apply Leonard D« Brles Dairy. 1 mile north of Taft Hlghwa.\ on Stine Road. 7 HELP WANTED—Assistant comenten wanted for oilwell service work. Cooi postwar Job. Apply Internationa Cementen, South Union avenue, or cal 3-0255. **«lp Wanted—r«m..l« WANTED—MIddle-ared woman to care fo elderly lady. For Information, phon 2-3457. Call In person at 1005 Montere; street. EXPERIENCED fountain girl. To wage*. Apply Mlche-ier'a Drive-In. 7 WANTED —Maid. Southern botel. Apply hounekeepcr Help Wanted--F*mal» TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 10-14-tf ROOF REPAIR, I'hone 2-11111. roof staining. Pu inline. LAWN reno;ivteil with powfr rn;irhiMo; rr- Hoedcd. fertilized, I'-i rents snimr- 1 foot.. Fifteen years gardeninff experience. Phone 2-0^43. 71 Situations Wanted—Female PUBL.JC steiMigraplier desires work In own office. 1812 "Eye" etreet. Phnne 2-0653. «-U-tf WE CLEAN kitchens, 85c hour: also blinds, windows: floors bj the floor. Larko Cloanera. Phuiio 7-7462 before 8, after «. 135 PLAIN SEWING. 710 Thirty-third it rent. 70 REGIHTEliED nurse wishes position In a phyttiolan'9 ot'lice or private dulv on n chronic case, at once. Phono 3-1B61 5 to 7 p. m. 74 WANTED—LlnKerle washinc and Ironlnr. also family ironlnss; very reasonable, sfl 4 Kentucky street. . 71 WILL CARR for baby In your home, days or evenings. 1067 Oago street. WANTED—General office work: also 1'BX, experienced. Phone 2-5541. WAN'TKD — Koom or anal-trr.eiv v,'Uh rare of chitl wliile mother works. rhnrie Mrs. Owens. 1N4SIJ7 7fl WAN ITOn TO HKNT— Two or furliisheil np:i rtiru-nt. Phone fnr .Mr. or Mis. Suv.-ina. KX-SKKVICKMAN. wnrkinc for Siint;t I'V. nopals fn mi shed :ip;i rtiU'" i nl ;i I oiu'p, Hnso to town, fur himsotf. ^itf nm! nmnih-rld b.-ibv. Write llnx «I?-K. Thi« L'ahformim. eiH TV\"O pt rniii ni>-nt or tiiini I'ark or Oildaje _ 4 _p-_l_». Mi's. J oikiij^ ^irls \v;i!il .-iliart- eil house in lli>:hl;iiiil Cnll .I-17H.'.. 3 n.m to k l".._l^uinehre\v. 1 •] IC1CP I'lll-nishod thrpp rnnmp nnd bath (private) in lowii. either court or ap.'irt- nir'lit. If posstlile, on or nenr IIIIH line. llavo two chililn-n. buy S. clrl HI. lii-f- cretu-es from iRndloid. l^'nnr in faliiilv. Write Mrs. Hoi, .n li. .Miller. ^701 K.lition SKRVICK.MAN mid wife desires furnished apartment or house, in mirth HaUerst'ield. west HakrrHfli'ld or OlMale. Call 2-07S3. S a. in. tn S i\ ni. 71 Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous Wprr.D LTKE to rent for Indefinite po- riod. well-constriici**d prewar bnhy car- ria«;o. Phone ~-^'^"-__ "3 WANTKD—Fasture for heifer calf. phone ;t-L'i;u. G» CAN WORK from 10 to 6. Monday through Friday. General office work, without shorthand and typing. Stale salary. 2701 Edison Highway. For Rent—Rooms FOK RENT—Room and kitchen facilities to couple, elderly lady or cndet wife. Phone 4-4S41 afler 4 p. m. 614 Arvin street. HlBhland Park. 70 ROOM FOR RENT for gentleman. 2-1C72. Phone For Rent—-Oarages IELIABLE white woman for general housework anC care of Invalid. Board. room, wages. 928 Monterey atreet. 11 \fEED DISHWASHERS, FOUNTAIN GIRLS. SANDWICH GIRLS. WAYNES' DRIVE IN 72 WANTED—Some lady to crochet 10 blocks to finish a bedspread. Phone 8-8634 after 4 n. m. FOR RENT—Practically new ualvanlzed building. 25x60: heavy concrete floor, toilet and shower. Lots of parking soacn around building Thlrty-elcht and M streets. Phone 2-3677 or 2-3157. 70 For Rent—Houses WIT.T, SHARK homo with serviceman's wife in exchange for light housekeeping and part care ot two children. Phone 2-1169 after 4:30. For Rent—Apartments WOULD T.IKE someone to care for 2-year- old boy while mother In In hospital around December 1. Phono t-838". 7,2 WANTED — Experienced ready-to- wear and accessory saleslady. Local experience preferred. Call Miss Dean, 7-7U91, Harry Coffee's. 71 YOUNG WOMAN, 21 or over, for general office work in life Insurance office. This will include training for taking charge of local sales and service office. Shorthand necessary. For confidential Interview, write Box B-405. The Californian. 67 WANTED—Woman for general housework. Two full days a week or 5 balf days. Phone 2-3558. 71 WANTED—Woman for permanent, half- day housekeeyitne pOHltlon. Two «dult« only. No Sunday work. In Casa Loma Acres. Apply Box C-108, The Californian. i? ft'ILL, PAY inilroad fare of responsible lady wht, will care Cor two girls. 7 and 1C. en route to Denver, Colo. Itef- ercnces required. Phone 8-8779. 71 WANTED—Women workers: experience unnecessary. Family Service Laundry, phone 6-6435, evenings 3-1883. 830 CaH- tornia avenue. ' * girl. Also Apply Mich- 7 2 EXPERIENCED sandwich woman to help In kitchen, enpr'n Dr!vp-Iiv SALESWOMAN Permanent employment, excellent salary with opportunity for advancement for experienced ready-to-wear saleswoman. SIEVER'S DRESS SHOP. 1509 19TH. PRACTICAL nurse for new baby and mother for two weeks. Approximately November 1. Call 2-8642. 70 SMALL apartment for rent, after 3 p. in. Call 2-9410 For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL, CHAIRS, nospltml deds with Innersprlng mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting: everything tnr sick ronm. Fold- In* chair a. pbone 7-7489 or 1-0087. D-4 bulldozer for hire. Calif. Phone 3:3. Wasco, ONE pi.no! body pickup truck in good condition for hire, or will rent. Phone L'-9730. 71 Wanted to Rent—Rooms WOMAN permanently employed wants room or small furnished apartment. 10-18-tf Phone 4-4706. WANTED—Room and board by business etrl. Terri Bumbrisch, General Delivery. Marlcopa. 70 SCHOOL BOY, Bakersfield. p. m. 17, wants room in west Phone 2-8466 after 3:3Ci 72 Wanted to Rent—Houses UNFURNISHED 2 or 3-bedroom house needed by local manager major oil company, permanently situated and responsible, references if desired. Will lease. Two adults, no children or pets. During day phone Mr. Lewis, S-8481, extension 31: during: evening phone El Tejon hotel! room 203. 71 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Cash for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. We buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Oildale Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-14-tf DIAMONDS, watches anil old jewelry ot any description: highest market prices paid In cash. Earl McEvoy, precision watchmaker. 818 Haberfelde building. Phone 6-6397. ll-30-tf BROWK'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE Wa. buy usec furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf HIOHEST price • paid for your furniture, appliance*, etc. We buy everything. Prompt courteous service. Victory Furniture Exchange, 61S Union avenue. Phone 3-1P05. 86 WANTED TO 2-2SC,:,. BUY—A bath tub. Phone 70 WANTED TO RVY—A washing- machine Call 2-1112. 2U31 Sunset avenue. Cash u-nim. 70 WANTED to liny, late model t'lectric re- friKrraior and wawhinf? machine. Good romlllmn. I'lmne H-4S15. 71 WASHING 'J-IM48. JIACHINii wanted. Call WANTED TO HI'Y—2'i-lneh water pump, ffas engine and water tank. Phone 9-9S4JL 70 WARD snw wanted: must be ready to co cash paid. Cii 11_6_-f>7 4 0. _7 n WANT TO HUT. small sirl's sidewalk bicycle. Plump 2-02S5. _7_l_ WANTKD—Codur chest in good condition, also child's small scooter. Phone 2-1474. 70 WANTED TO BUY—Prewar doll buBuy In Koort condition. Phone 2-1212. 71 WANT TO BUY—Two-room IIP, moved. 6-GG cabin. •4. WILL PAY Rood price camera. No Univex. for 8 mm. movie Phone 2-4C67. 71 WANTKD to buy, lato model washinp machine. HlKhcst price paid. Good condition. Phono 2-0497. 71 Wanted to Buy—Property WANTED—Youne; lady stenographer. Apply Automobile Club of Southern California. R E. Snuffln, district manager. Phono 6-5731. 10-18-tf WAITRESS wanted. Good waffeag steady work. Ai-ply at Eat A Lot Cafe, 800 Chester. . H WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER. 6:30 TO 2:30 SHIFT. IDEAL WORKING CONDITIONS. PLENTY OF WORK. KEWPIE'S CAFE. FOURTH AND UNION. 10-17-tf BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted. Good »al- ry and commission. Phone t-6994. 70 EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. 1 J KHMANENT POSITION. APPLY MANAOKR EASTERN. 1521 NINETEENTH 8TRV3ET. »-14-tl WAil'RESS wanted. Apply 1306 Eighteenth etreet. Wlni'e Cafe, 10-13-tf WANTED—Experienced girl who can handle a lubrication rack and Kas island sales, excellent opportunity, good pay with large corporation. Apply B. F. Goodrich Store, Twenty-first and K. Phone 4-4701. 71 LADY for baggage and express clerk. Permanent position. Apply In person, Pacific Greyhound Lines. 70 No charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent your homes, apartments or courts. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early, San Joaquln Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If no answer, call 2-0653. S-26-tf WANTED to rent—Responsible mid- dleaged couple want to rent or lease 2-bedroom furnished house. Best of references. Resident of Bakersfield 7 years. Shaw, Long Beach Charles, Bakersfield ' Write 4425 or Phone J-^iL J.° SANTA KE railway needs houses, apartment^ and rooms for Us essential, permanent employes. Owners call direct. Mtim Bmtth, phonn 5-1161, extension 42. Monday to Saturday. IPjJ-IrA!: CIVILIAN COUPLE, no children, no pnta, desire furnished apartment or house, any size. Can furnish best references. Prefer house in finer residential district. Write Box M-106. The Californian. 71 TWO or Unee-bedroom unfurnished house; two adults, no pets: people of quiet habits. References exchanged; permanent. Phon* 2-8911. 71 eivii'O station Mile's, improved or unimproved, llavp buyerH an-l innfiuiti waiting T.lal your service station property with UN. I luive hud voais ot oxp •wi'h oil coinpanloH am! have *.'(tod connections, ''all W. I 1 . Tali' with 71 Phono 7-7SI3 List your property with us (or quick. courteous results. Homes— 1 ncntne— Ua nrbea Chester N Heard Phont 6-B90K Bill Allen, Associate !>-8-tf SELLING home or farm? Phone 2-0063 Listings not r.ecemary. Huve buyers wuiting. San Joaquln Agencies. Edwarc W AUody 1818 "Bye" street L?l5 CALL ELMKR MARTIN WHEN YOU WANT TAKH AND QUICK ACTION IN SKI.LINO YOUR MOM I OR HANCH. NO DEAL TOO LARUIS OK SMALL. PHONK 2-9234 ROOM 220 HABKHFELDE BUILDING io-in-tf AEE1 List your home, ranch or other property for Immediate caah resulta W1L1.ARD K DAKRR 1414 Seventeenth Street. Phone 2-or,. WANTED—Two-bedroom house or apartment, furnished or unfurnished, three adults. References. Phone 2-8887 ._ 70 furnished and wilo 70 LOCAL house only. businessman desires or apartment. Man Phone 2-6247. WANTED—One or two-bedroom bonne or apartment.. Small baby References Phone Cad Swafford. 9-9546. 70 EIGHT GIRLS WANTED tor linen *up- ply work. From 4 to 8 In the evening. Availability ccitlfioato necessary. Phone 2-710U. apply at Twenty-first and R street. 71 WANTED—White maid at Padre See the housekeeper. Hotel. 71 OFFICE clerk ior credit Interviewing and routine collection followup. General office experience required but credit office experience not necessary. Good salary, permanent position. Apply The Federal, Nineteenth and K. 71 WANTED— Experienced dental assistant. Write, giving age, experience and ref- •rencei. Ono Interested in a ateady job. Wrltt Box F-167. The Californian. WANTED—Woman to assist with house- war k and baby: Saturdays off; room, board and good waxes; no washinc: nre- ter colored. Phone 8^787. 211 Pacific. 71 LICENSED real estate lady wanted (or office work. Call In percon. 1812 "Eye" •treet. 70 LADT CLERK at Hughea Drug Store. Eightcenir and "Eye" atreett. Mu»t have hid drug (tore experience. Position permanent. 70 t MARRIED ccuple with 3 >,i-year-nlri girl. will pay '« $12B a month for furnished or partly furnished 3 or 4-bedroom houye in nice residential district. Phone 9-9174. TO EXCHANGE 2-bcdroom furnished house on one year lease in Long Beach, no children, for a rentnl of 2-bedroom furnished lioti.se in Bakersfield. R. A. Mac-Comb. Phone Charles, Bakcrsfielti 9-9:;ur., 4425 Shaw, Long Beach, Calif. 71) FAMILY of four, daughters erown, wishes 6-mom unfurnished house. Employed by oil company: can furnish references. Permanent renters. Phone 6-5643. 71 RELIABLE couple badly in need of unfurnished house or apartment; no pets: ref- erencea. Phone 3-2300. 7J WANTED—Furnished house, apartment or duplex by couple. No children. Husband oil contractor. -.Call 6-8441. Contact Mrs. George Terry. 70 NEED lUtlnea for caah buyers on larg ami small hnrneH. aero homes, farm and Income property. El wood's, II*'.' "Eye." 8 Wi need morr listings. Lilt vo..r home, farm, ranch or Income with BOlTUS'I'tlN * LANCASTER 181T t- Street Phonr 8-86311 WANT TO BENT—Furnished or unfur- nlahed bouse; t adults, 1 child, Phone 2-6443. 71 COUPLE would like unfurnished apartment or house; no children: nu pels. Hotel Manchester, plume 4-43U. Paul £. Bellmen. II DEWEY A. MORTON If you have a home, small Improvec acreage, or farm land for sale CALL 2-537M 1704 KJ?treet 7 wiT~N7;i;b"PROPERTY to soil liave buyt'i-H waitinte, quirk actioi guaranli'i'd. Call Wicker, phon i-023'J. ICIiO Chester. 7 HAVK~"ALL PAHH ruivicns FOK 4-room hoiiHe in (^ililali-. fi or ti-rnnni house In HakeiHtield. li'ioom houne in wouthwest 2 or 2-liediooin houH«' in Kast HakerH field. ,S<e u« for TRADES. GLENf Nirhols. 2.'. IJ K atreet. Dial ii-5924. eve nimj!j_2 : 5SSi| J !*.-i WANTE'J TO Ul'Y — Modern 2 or 3-bed room bonu- In California Avenue Tnu- or Alta Vi«t:i Tract_. I'lione 2-5a'J7, 7'J WANTED TO BUY—Alodern 2-bedroom home for cash, on East Side. JI ugt_be new. Phone : __4-422^ 70 I WILL BUY Immediately a 2 or 3-hedroiim home, If almost new and priced ricbl : ^ond locption. Brokers do not call. 1'hane 2-.lia4. TO '.^c 'o Stnnrlard RchooT, 3-bp<1" •i" with Iivin7 roorr and dfr,inic - j n bath. tii«? drnin in p^f ra ' l.rn. Lota of chicken en'iip- s v ! i ** l.T.vn. fruit and shade. li 'loun-i. Pi-ir:e I41i0. r:.«tr"'f c']n*r. )n. corner lot :« 4-r"...|i hor-ir; with 2-<~Ar jra- ,-'c ^ (Tj'J ari'l only J730 down. 7fO\r.j AND I-'AIIM BUYERS r,v-?j.;sn, nvcl.r ronsidpr litHa ICBS \ his l-hi'drdom t'ni mr home, f infnhed l.iiftty run'*, on a \-'iy large lot. Any -as.mahlo ilowu payment considered. 1 704 K StriM't Tract on extra ^-borJroom nir*> lot— home, ha rt*wnod flnom. siiiRle narnKe. Totnl price $3500. Sl^Oi 1 down. $32.50 a month. last Side nn approximately ha If-aero— Niro 2-lirdroom home. This would be a dandy place for the chicken fnncter. Full price $H;i()0. nbout half cash. ust off .South Hljihway 99—Two-bed room Btucco home, bard wood floors throughout, modern In every way nnd tn excellent condition. Double garage, extra In CBO lot. ya i d fenced, some shade. Total price SC.100. substnntial down payment. Ticp little 4-room hnmo In Olldale. large llvmB room, large dininff room, two sloop ins rooms. Kfiragi*. larpe lot; half block off bup \\rif. ThiP place Is tm- macntate; JH50 down, balance $35 a month. Tive acres of land nnd 6-room modren home on I'ion nor Drive. This place is In excel Ion t condition, has some shade nnd would h*» idenl for a person with a horse or two. $tI500 full price, about balf cash. On Nilew strrot on th/> bua line—Five-room modern stucco home, hardwood floors, tile sink, nice lot. Full price $5100. substantial down payment. South of town on lot 50x150—Three-bed- room home, extra nice kitchen and bath, lovely dining room. Hard wnod floors throughout. About $1500 down. $45 a month. To Buy, Sell or Trade 1918 "Eyo" Street 10-4-tf In Sunae*- Park—Well located 3-bedroom homo that hnn been newly decorated; ni-ji, living room, dinine room with a sunroom. stall shower :.i bath, ffne shade nnd fruit. Price $6050, with $2950 down. Un Bernard Street—A good B-room home that Is full of furniture, all for $5500, with about balf cash, In Shatter—On a (rood acre, a very comfortable 2-bedroom home with sleeping porch, nil rooms are large. Has own •water well. Young orchard, many outbuildings. On Burbank, jiift off Rearh. Luther KHlIntt owner, 1'rlce, $5500. with $2000 down. On Robinson Street—One-half black off Nile, a very nice 2-bedroom home; large Jiving room and dininp room combined, hardwnod floors, service parrh. This In inie j excellent conn It ion, Possession at an early date. Prico $4750, balance small. On "Eyo" Street, rinse )n—Two-bedroom home, with hardwood floors. This honso will need a little work, then it will bo an H( tractive place; convenient to every thing. Price $3950. On Cherry Street—A comfortable 2*bedroom homo that will sell readily. Call us about this one. Frico $4000, terms. CHESTER 'N. BEARD ISO? r-I Street Phone 5-5909 or 2-4522 10-16-tf Comfortable older home on acre: well eiiuiniit'd for chlckenm youn*c fruit trees, immediate possession. Well-built home of two bedrooms. Has real dinlnK room, also breakfast nuok double KiiraRp, nice yard. Furnished bedroom nnd sleeping porch home, close to Chester avenue, Olldale. Onn of tho newer 2-herlroom houses on aero, well fenced, also chicken eauip> ni'-'iit. In OitdnIP, 2-bedroom olo>r home on nice lot. double Kai a ^e, barbecue pit; im media to poujipHnlnn. Wf'll lo«:;itcd businusH corner on wnl i-If'd hoiilevn rd, Oildalc. Has t wo *'H. smnll shop, 100-foot corner for buHincHs you initfht 1 . prefer, to Sit. M la Ke anil hinh nchoul. L'-brd I'oniii ho.ne. Njrp Hizpd roonin and ex- c(»ll"'tit. i'loFp-in IOCH i ion. Twn h< in.scs on one lot, both furnished, inn? rent i UK for $3.", (he oth»-r will mnl for $4."». Price $•).">00. KiKtire mirreat on this f'»r a really good investment. I ho CIUM- CATJI-'OIIMA PAKK TJlAt'T — Ne.tr PnrKhtnK Hirer! ,'>-t ooni ,st uc in house i cnrjMserl reiir naivlr- ly ];i wn and bhrub aweHSLou soon. Pri' down, 1 I>o»nrstiion nf 1his on (.'alil'iirnui ave lot. £>(!>; l&M. with li:iH"-cuo Pit. lnv» NtMKli? K.'traKe: i>n $t;jfi'i. nlimit. half VA< 'ANT—ImmeiiiHt f>-ritnm fninte 1 mi'. 1 110:1 r hltfh schnnl. An nlder Jinnse jiifct tluiH' live c in bide: tfla^w enclose*' f rt,nt poich \vnh von»-i inn blinds; 3-rtt i KariiKa; Im. 2G4 feet deep. i'rice $i700 Jli JO'i Hown, ONI-; A CHI'.' with 4-room house, two en cloFt 1 ^ Hlefimitf porvh^rt an»l Uirge V>ai-V poi«h; sovrriil out buiIrhriKK. pood ground plenty w;i te.r: nen r Kn irtax St-hool I'riro $;t.'»ui), or will trade on house ir 99 HIGHWAY— Five- room IUHIBP, onl: f'>w yra i v "id, on lot (iUxl 'to. \\'j|t»h Tci'-t. snnih ut tnwii. I'rice J38HO J t'JOO d'uvn L'AST HAKKHSKIKLD—Six-room fram h(»vtH'-» with twn b;ir bcdrnonts and 011 M n-t 11 'lie, or den; just d«nn> over msid n ud out ; lu\ vd\vnod f lnors. veiit't i;t; bhndH, tile in ktl'-lu-n, aprinklor ».»ti>rn Mtiirle «;t'-fiK<-: bnwvcM Alia Viviu. L">nv nixl Jtak.T street. 1'rii-e $jr,'.iO, abou half down l:CO CHlOSTKIl AVKNUK. F1IONK 6-fi.l'i SPF.C1AT, INl"OMR Dupli*x vcfy closi? in, tile rotif, g( fuiulitlon, lurKe Ilviiifr riinni, 1 dining runrn ami kitchen wnl tilf. luffti 1 bcdrmini and extrn roll away bed. t'"oler. t'lour I'ui'iiarr All ftii-nishi'd, always rented Kuur-C'cir KaraKi. 1 . SiiS.'in. Terms. IOI..MKIJ .MAUT1.V rhnnu 2-i)'J!l4. -J^O llabc-l'U'ldo lUiic. _ __ __ _ __ _ ___ __7t CO.M-Ml-JRl.-lAL ACUK. hiKhly Improved. new I'-tjC'li "MIII hciinc, d-iuble KatH^t 1 . heariiiK iir.m»;e iices. nice >'ard ('hieken huuso and rt. H.MHIO cash, halalico i nhbery. t.'.T l''rank 11. Day, Jr.. 1915 **Iiye" eire*-( SS-L1—H9SO. (in thl.i i-eiy J-nnni ho-.il" V linn finisl.ed micht consider little less niorl,M-n and newer 2-bed- iih exira fine large solar- knotty pine. On good 'i'/ed parcel of pronnd %vith three fenced, yarrlH. corral ami outbuildings. Main .v.ird hlsnly land.xonrert. Any reasonable duwi. yaymont cun.sidcrcd. (I'l-LU-'fi-ITS. pil?ht consider little leal mi this very larse --hr<lroom and solarium tuim<r, enniple! el.v modern and In pre- fen-e.l .lifjfrifr. wilh sidewalks, curbs ;iiul bus perviep. wnd clnse to store. 1 '. Any roiifonahlo di;\vn payment consult- ro'l. 412-1,1—1;2!>0. mielit (-.insider llttln less on this grand 2-l-eilrnoni and, den home. n"t. very •»]*! and '.-ornpletely up-to-the- ininnte. Fine Int. b*st of diatricta. Any reasi'iiabit! down payment considered. 4sn-H—$24.875. nilsht -onsidcr little IBM on this newer. p«rfi»rt typo and style resi.lentiil court in the city of Bakersfield. Any reasonable down payment considered SAN .TOAQfIN AGENCIES Udwnrd W. Moody 1SI2 "Eye." Phone 2-i(j53, if no answer phr.ne 2-5338. furnished, and a 1-bedroom high school, for 18000, on Stucco duplex, home, near terms. 00 block on Chester avenue, 3 bedrooms for $:tS50. TcrniH. 400 block. Niles street, an old house with new furniture and, very nice. $1250 down, balance terms. North Baker sit reel, a dandy 2-bedroom home and three rooms over sarage, rnrner lot, for $UOOO down, balance t«rma. hauler Lanp, a 2-bpdroom stucco home on corner lot. nice shade, JfiaOO. Terrna. L street, an old but very nice 2-bedrooro, hunie, furnished, for $3600. rnpn Acres, a commercial »cre with nice 2-bedroom home and basement, equipped for 1000 chickens, nice fruit and berries, J6350, on terms. >> have several alfalfa farms, well improved and n Iso some small Improved Plafon for fiaN?. Ask us about them, J. T. tSy) Wicker, 16fiO Chester riione ^-0:;i9. evenings 2-3895 Tl Highland Park—One block oft Chester, lovely S-room home, like new. Venetian blinds, floor furnace, plenty of tils, very well arranged yard, fenced-ln back, with variety of fruit treed, shade and lovely shrubs. Large lot, double garage. Price $«S2S. Phono 2-76SO 71 Two-bedroom hnrre on Wilson in Olldale. garage -utach-ed. with nice lawn and shrubbery. Pries $4500. Beautiful duplex and other rental property In Jitchland Manor, bringing good income. Living quartern for owner, all for $12.000. Investiiialel Duplex on two l.iige lots, just off Warren avenue on Wistarin, Oildale district. Duplex completely furnished, including electric refrigerator. A bargain for $4500. For rnnt—Large garnge building on Seven- icentU Btteet.. across from American Legion. Very reasonable rent. 152; Twentieth Street. Phone 7-7974 Airport Acres—Good as new, 2-bedroom stucco home, equipment for 1000 chickens on well Improved commercial acre. Lots of fruit and berries, nice garden. Real buy on terms. J. T. (Sy) Wicker. 16BO Chester Avenue Phone 2-0239, evenings 2-3895 71 TWO-BEDROOM house, hardwood floors, newly decorated: 2-car garage, chicken pens and equipment, barns for cow. Situated on one-half acre. 1705 Normandy T Jilve. See Paul Sybrandt. 113 East Eighteenth. Phone S-5003. 10-8-tf FOR SALE— On Alta Vista Drive, corner, 63x160, 3-bedroom bouse, living room, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths. small basement, screened porch, floor furnaces, newly painted; two- car sarace. Reduced to $9250. $3250 down. J. J. Consanl. Phone ^fl-DfiH^ _ 9-18-tf SALT-: — Two-bedroom homo \t\ Oildale. attached garage. Modern. About 4 years old. Dandy large lot. fruit, shade, KIMPCS and berries. Total price $1250, $isoii fust! will handle. Elmer F. Karpe. _ l.i 17_ KiKhteentlr _ 10-17-tt FOK SALK — Homn In smith-west. 3 bed- nioms, large kitchen, living and dinlnsr rt'nin. extra lart^e lot: ne,ir both E;-u<ie ami ln*;h cr-honls. Bo:ilr I'.irk and bus Hcrvfee. ji^sn down, balance $10 monthly. _ LM10 I'alm Street. __ 71 RKSTAURANT Fr»R SALE— See Business _ .. ( - ) t'po£tunitiefl 1 _ Paul Sybrandt. 10-13-tf EAST SIDE — Pix-room house. almost nc\v. Three hedrnnms. nath and a half. double Karane; yard all fenced. lots of remenr work. Can give immediate pos- freji.s inn. LAKCK 7-ROOf" oM>-r type house, four bedrooms. Lot 60x200. on East California avenue. $Sf,no full rrlce. ON CORNER HALF-ACRE— Dandy 2-bedroom house, very clean: double garage with rumpus room upstairs. Chicken. equipment, nice g-irtl^-n space, nice fruit. Good water conditions. $4VTiii — Five-room home near Jefferson >vhonl. 'f\\-n bedrooms and Meepin« l"'i'-li. basement, garage, fruit and sl-ade, a--.nd lot. $3Snn — Ji'-ve-rnorn house on ^iciffc ne.ir Kern Oyn'r.-il Hospital. TVo bedroom?. R:ir-iu-e, fruit. chn-Ucn e<viiptnt?nt. LOM1TA VKKDE— Lai*-? 2-hfdroom house. oiilv about .'i ^-e.irs nld. completely furnished. Double garage, nice yard and Ehnii-s. K- '•. UFOi-t ni! Vilei Street _ l .'hon__ 2-J1J2 0-1-tf THIiKK 1K)1'SKS on one lot. $S5 month HUAime. tf*r $-"">0. \ 4-mom. two lots. ehi.-keti equipped, fnr $3150. An FHA ifoilei'M l.uiuey J-heilroom. room on lot I'm- .inothei h.iupp. ?i;,(10. See ft: you will like ;,. B. \V. Kolen. 12S'-j \Vilsnn FOP, SALE w 11 h •ard. WANTED HomcH. acreuRc, income and investment property. Buyers waiting. U.st "With V.i Marlon Griimteuil Phono 2-7t!SO io-ia-tr FOR SALE—Sr,uth on 99 Highway, atoie buUdJtiB. duplui and cottnue. three acres of land, wnter well and 1000.gallon ator- ase lar'c $11500. terms. See Paul Sv- brnnd', ?15 East Eighteenth. f'hone _5 1 5j)03. . 1 ?lki- t .i KIVK-KUO.M hnmo, K'l Camilla Park, bargain. Large lot, all fi'iiecd, nice garden. _ fruit tri'HM. etc. I'luine 5-5S95, 71 FURNISHED cottage, lour rooms, ncrvicc clnte *n bus and store. $3000, 92:' "Ky«" street. (J, FOR SALE—Nice 2-bedrooro, modern house on ] /a acre, hardwood floors, tile in kitchen: vacant; furnished OP unfur- nUhed. 1U mi lea uouth of Edition on _-)Y5£^ Patch Road. See E.G. Kennedy 73 TWO UblimOOMS an: den. built four yeuitt: aUmtilvr room arranfcement; itcuxl Hixe timmh rnum. seiwrate wiall ahower, Horvico pon-h, etc.; lot lOOxHa. nu-n bat bt'i'iio; im t tied i Hie pu»tie£8ion. X'hutte j-d^J0 £ov uppuuitincnt. 71 SAT.K __ L' • I KliFi (.-OMMKKCIAI, 1! iL;li\vay. at hci;|.ic. Price I-'' inl<n:i.v l! t> wrier, '.'-bedroom home. *. ti'**. rttnibla sink, fenced! .'IS Kentucky etreet. Phono __ 71) M jfle, fi-roorn house and \,uul by Fairfax School. ™.^_ 7 [ — K'tcinir Edfsi^n Has i'aliEorum $ tono down. See /p" street. 71 WKl.L-Hl'ILT 3-bt Vns unit h inu -UK! li riiDiii. h,-i s S"\1>'V , room borne. eouthwfRt. re il firepl.n-e. l^rge din- rucmis. separate laundry , siHinUler system; lot ii'ly feix-.'d. NIc- gnr- .i,'._ l' n 'ine5-5^Sjl5. 71 OILDALE 1-bedrooni home, furnished: full price $o-';.0, half cash. Charles K. Smith 113 El Tejon. Phone _tf^4 3 1 . __ 70 FOR SALE — By owner, income property; two stucco bouses on one-tier* lot with plenty of shade, one 1-bedroom. on* I-be-lroo.-i turnished; all to;- only $4110. Will worth the money, for $3000 down, balance $26 per month. Phdpe 3-9666, East Niton to Sterling, two block* north _ tn MHchcU avenue, third hoiiM. 11 FOK SA.'.K — Five-room hoa*e. completely furnished. _ Phone 3-7131. 7» HOME! AN<> FARM buyer* wanted. If w* haven't what you want, we'll find U. San Joaquln Agencies Edward M«fldy. 1S12 "Eye." Phon* l-OCil. t-l-tf Li.

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