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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 21, 1944
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Soturdoy, October 21,1944 gfte gflfcfrgfiflb Californuin For Sale—tot* For Sale—Trailers LOT I have 20 60-foot lots on East California avenue with sidewalks and rll utilities In. Material l« available for building a temporary house on the rear of lot. Th*-*e lots are belnsr sold on verv easv terma. I~>on't pay hlth rent anv loneer. Se«> Mel Hav thi* week at 152« Eighteenth •ttrn-t. or phone him_at ?-OS7S ; L?"'1'JJ &0xl5fl—On Decntur; 60 water shares. J.ioO cash or term*. Inquire 210 North Chester avenue^ mornings. ' ]_ CARA LOMiV— A rnmmcnial acre, jir Jinr.n. $i;,o down. 6KVKRAL i hoi'n lots In IMP Olxnn Ton-lire- Tim.-!. :">". : :, ami 100-fmit f rnntnKes. Olon PI-MI " T571 rhcMrr .\\rnu" Phono :-7.'>r,< For Sale—Improved Farms PALMDAI/E— 45C acres; 100 acres in alfalfa. J6 ncirn milu. fenced and crops fenced, four «"!)«, 1 7 « miles pipeline, cornfoitaijle ranch hunio. walk-In refrigerator, DC Jipsid dirrv rattle. 6 head good horses, ample farming equipment to handle. This ranch IB considered one of the br*t In this locality and the price Is right. J7f per acre, In- cjiidin? Mock Rnd equipment BI'TTON'WII.LOW niSTHlirr—-COO acres in r.uttnnwillnw \Vnter DiMri't. now in milo. will raise cotton, crain or fl;ix. Pinny of \\-alM-. Kood soil. 1.18 ncrc* carncp full IK! right", hnlnnrr- carries one-half oil rifr'hte. J7- 17f'4 K Street "1 II Al'lil-S Vnlonnn. orantffs at Lindsiiy. -\Vnle or phone owner for <let-ail}>. (imve ha.x KOO<! liiKiurv and futun- Attr.-n-tn c jiriip; terms; will trade for pouthrrn t'alifornin citrus or i.ity Income Mr. i'. I. Flipxe. Hotel Mount Whltnev. ]-jino>ny,_Ca lif u ___ 71 18 AI.'KKS of land, pomp In alfalfa and cotton, vecetahlcp. Two house*, hnrn, rot nil, shop, r In'ken hoti^r. Klertrio pump and ditch water; all implements and trnctor. team mule*. $f.0(i per at re. $10.000 down, lialame trrnif. Six rnilen fouth of Hnkeisfield. Apply 1M2 Chi-c- t»r avenue. John Iietvin«. 71 li t 70-ACHE RANCH OP Hosedale Highway. Seven rental houses, good wells with plenty -if water, nil piped. Planted to cotton and alrnlln. also some potato land. SID.<li<> to handle. 1704 K STUKKT Phone 3-1210. RESIDENCE 2-5628_ 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle rancli; S40 acres of farm land, balance grazing- Very good improvements, host onn-man hog and cattle setup in California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will pay 12 per cent on investment. 160 ACRES well improved rancli, pood house and lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A. H. Karpe. Phone 9-9C71. 7-2!l-tf FIVE-ROOM house, dairy and barn, domestic pump. Everything in good condition. Thrce-fnurths mile north of Greenfield. T'hone 2-70IJ5. 71 FOR SALE—Five ncrefl Improved land. 4 acres hearing: apricots: 10-inch water well. Located on Grand avenue, paver! p'reet, 1 mile from Arroyo {Jriindp nnd 2 milpR from Pismo Itenrh Idral rli- mate an-1 Brand place to pinn your future home. Look thin over before hiiylriK, R. T. Morris, hroker. 10R West Church street, Snntn Maria, ''alif. Office phone 37H-rt:_jv «^(lenco_r)hone_fi 11-R. 71 160 ACRES. 1 H1ILR WEST OF WI5RD PATCH STORK GOOD 6-ROOM HOME. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION : DOUBI.K OARAGE. PRKSSURE SYSTEM: ON K OF BEST WATEll WELLS IN DISTRICT: ABOl'T 1SOO FEET OF PIPE LINE: 40 ACRES IN ALFALFA. REST DEVOTED TO POTATOES. PRICE *325 PER ACRE. SSO.tlon DOWN. BALANCE B EQPAL PAYMENTS. ELMER MARTIN. S20 HABERFEL.DK HUILD1NO. PHONE 2-92!H. 72 6600-AORE stock ranch; gravity water; runs 450 head. J15 acre. Tieantlful country home, 32 acres; fine home; dairy burn; hoc; pen nnd chicken penH : only JfifiOO. New 2-rootn coltnce. 3 IHTCH on highway. in mi. _ Vi;_n._A Ui»' n ilerp. Cal I f. JS'ear Old Kiver, cotton and alfalfa. land for sale. Approximately fid ncres. Well about 1400 gallons. An excellent buy, including old house. FRKAT, W. HARVEY PHONE i;-4i;tiO EVENINGS 2-4 7.'! Exchiine— J Property FOR EXCHANGE— .Small frame home. three rooiiin and hath, li yeara old; lot 641412(1: nice iBivn. Bliruhhery, fruit treec. berries, near LOB AneeleH. Helle. Calif. Property clear, for small acreage or lui'Ke home and Income here. Pay difference. Patterson, 3C.OG I, Blreet. Bakei-Hfir-ld. 72 For Sale—Trailers Caah for Your Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. We finance our o\vn cunjtiacta. WcCLEAN TUA1LKR MART 100 Union Avenue ____ ^•'< ! - t ? FOR SALE — 16-foot. 2-wheel house trailer. Good rubber, Ifi-inch whuelw. Price 1500. 701 Wem, Ca»a Loma. VI 8CHTLT 20-foot trailer. Sli-.,ps four; steel body, oU'ctrir brakes, n^w tuec. awnint. KxciMlciii coiidituni. Adoht 1 Autel. 93 11 ifi h WB y. _ FOR SALE— IMI-fool factcry huilt trailer, stove, heater. Ice hor; four. Ireno and King Btieel, 2-02-I3. By MRS. ANNE CABOT A gift de luxt)—a wolt. white wool bed Jacket crocheted in one and one-half inch •trip* which are then net toiicther to form tht* unUHUal deHipn. 'J'he nuft. full rufflr at neck and cuffs IH .lunt an casv-to-di> «ingl» crochet atitch. I.'HB rose Pink, old blue or deep viulu infffiu ribbons to t at neckline and to "puff" the sleeves illustrated To obtain complete crochelinsr Instruc- tiojjn for the "Lucy Square" bedjacket ^Pattern No. C77S( vend 15 cents In coin. plug 1 cent pOBtage. your name, address and the pattern number to Anne Cabot. The Balurifield Californian. 709 Mission Street. Ban KrancU -n 3. Th» bandcome new Usue of the famous Ann* C»bot album—>'ull and Winter U»ue li now ready. Thirty-two pairea of (mart sweaters, hits, cloves, sock*. Christmas Klfl*—crochet and knitting Item* for the home, for children, for liable^. Toys CHlore It's a Blorehouse of Idea* for the deed let rafl enthutiaft! Bend far your cony now. Price 15 conts. >OR RKNT — 2 Bnd 4-whcel trailers, per hTmr. day or week. (In Twenty-first street _ between K nnd L. Ed Price. _ 77 H()t:PK TRAILER for «ale: 22-foot fully equipped, leatherette covered, fully Insulated. newly painted: two new tires &nd •yi-re, air brakes; steeps four. Priced to pell, o.iwell Ftoad. first house south 'if FOR SALE — 20-foot La Rnlle house trailer. J4RO down, balance monthly. Beacon Trailer t.'nmp. north on HiBlnvay 99. 72 FOH RALE — House trailer, well Insulated. three tirep. $2r>0. Can be seen at 2B06 Niles street. 71 For Sale—Automobile* l!'4l Lincoln Zephyr sedan. A black beauty, clean as a pin. Celling price, $2194. Our warranted price only $1894. (1H7840.) 2i;22 CHESTER AVE. EFFECTIVE IMMEO1ATELT — All "For Sale" advertisements of uutomohiles/or truck* carried In the columns of Th« Hakersfleld Californian must <1> Hive license number and state (if not California I or issuance; (2) must stat« whether for sale by private owner or dealer; (3) each car or truck advertised for sale must carry price asked — "as la" or "warranty" If advertised by dealer, "a* is" If advertised by private owner. OilinR prices m.iy be obtained from local OPA office. 10-3-tt SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need adflltionnl cash to complete purchase of car? If so. just phone or drop by the ACME FINA'.'CE COMPANY, opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. W. ,1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone «- 679 6. !_•! 2 -1 f FOR SALE-—1036 Ford V-8 (9A302.1). SB motor. 1.175 UK l«. Coo.1 condition, fall aftei 4 p. in., 2-0451 or 4-4288. 71 I9-14 FORD for R.lle I7A127B). good tires, liody good condition, Kealhcam llghis; J-'?f. as ]•>. 1705 Jefferson street. I'lionc "-0491. 7] BV OWNEP—15n« Oldxmnhlle trunk sedan. (!in:;fiii7 } Radio, heater, as is, JBiin. l'htinp_2-27C4. 7_1 1.1.1 FORD tudor CIBillMfl). 1937 motor. fc r fioil rnlilirr. s\n is. J:iOi) rash. Ca tl he i-ncn hctwi-i-n ? a. in. and 6 p. m. at .Tjn Seiiunui_ Drive,_IIivorv|ew. 71 1930 IMODKf, A Ford roadBler. S160 cash, an is. (lB2Cli). Call 2-1C.10 after fi HO.l MflDEI, A Ford sedan (2P4II42) bv pri\-ato ouner. <)ood rubber, new tialut. mind i-onilition: {170. Call Sunday, 007 Mi'iDKr, A 2-door sedan (Texas Vti4434l. $LT.O as in. Private owner. 2001 L'nkcr. _______________ __ _ __ ?;i FOR SALE or tiade, 1911 Hulck 4-door peilnn. excellent condition (K2/.708!. Price .<17;.T). dealer's warranty. 7 blocks west of I'bcHter, 805 Grant Drive. Oll_ dnle. _ Pho_ne_'l-.4208. _ 711 Foil SALE, by owner. 1929 DodKe sednn (2S47"il!4). $125 a« is. Leaving Monday for urrny, can be Been at 3426 M street. 72 Automotive Service, Parts GRANT piston rlnus last loncer. Motor tuned IIP. creasing and oiling: car stor- nse. Blue Ribbon Garnge, 1916 Nine- leenlh. Phone 2-0674. 1-15-tf WI5 CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMODILE DEALER Phone D-5997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf AUTOMOniLF and truck repalrlnpr and welding service Brine your trouble* to 230 Da her street. 90 AtTTO REPAIRING, tuneupn. also complete overhauls, by skilled mechanics. Work guaranteed by Depot Welding and Automobile Service, 1608 F street. 71 COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel alignment. Charles ViKstrom's Oai-nc". 1520 Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-tf Motorcycles and Bicycles FOR SALE—Rchwlnn Paramount racer, finest bicycle, made. In excellent condition; weighs 20 pounds; wheels never used, plus metal utility wheels nnd other extra*; live tires. Phone 3-OOlft. 71 GIRL'S 24-Inch dnro-alumlnum frame, balloon .Irei 1 bicycle. Man's heavy prewar, balloon tired bicycle; overhauled. 1 'hone fi-!iB 2S . _ 71 PflEWAP. bicycle. In good condition. 2S-INCH bicycle for snle. 213 Decatur. Ojjdaji-. __ 7J FOR SALE— One 1943 2-«pced. 4-horsepower C'jnhman Aulo Olid? J295. 3ROO _ NlleH Bt reet. Phone 2-9475. 72 -'OR SALF, — Indian 45 motorcycle. $lf>o caHh. Phone 3-1 739 after 6 p. m. 72 ''OR SALE — A ITnrley-Davldnon motorcycle. 1S.1S model, with n til ov«rhead. _22_08_Kern_nlr<>c_t. _ Phone 3-2189. _ 72 TWO Rondma«ter bicycles for sale, practically new, jr>. r > each: one milkshake mixer. }16. 2207 A street, or phono 5-0231. Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf WANTEIi TO BUY from private party, Iric modi 1 sedan or club coupe. Pay cash. Phone 2-7S37. 78 Motorcycle* and Bicycles WANTED—A tricycle, small size. Phon* 3-09H. 10-21-tf MnnctJRT bicycle. SB-Inch aUc. In excellent mechanical condition, equipped with New Departure 2-speed sprocket; price J3S.SP. Phone 9-9582 or call at 3017 Linden avenue. Tjt WANTED TO BUY—Boy's medium sized prewar bicycle. Phone n-11 20. 73 WILL TRADE 1928 model Harley-Davidson slnsle. for H to 10-horsepower outboard engjne. Phone 2-5034. . 72 GIRLS' prewar bicycle, newly overhauled. with new tirrs nnd tubes; tiasket carrier. lights and tire pump; $55 cash. Phone 7j-7_T|i't I. exlen»ion 021. 73 MAN'S bicycle. Rood condition, many extras. $.15. Phone 3-0436. LARTJE and smaP tricycles and scooter for sale. Between 2 and 5 p. m. Sunday only. 248 Jeffrey street. FUR SALF. — Good New World rare! bicycle. excellent condition. Phone 2-2970. _ 917_K|.ghth. street. ____ __ __ FOR RALE — Man's lightweight bicy le, prewar model, in good condition. J::r,. FOR SALE — Boy's prewar bicycle, good condition, $45: also electric eye, $10. 901 F.I Rancho Drlv.e. Phone 3-1055. 7J For Sale—Lumber SURE WE HAVE IT and It's a Darn Good Grade, Too Jiiot Received a Car of '{, Insulation WALLBOARD, All in 4x8 Sheets Expect a Car of 90-lb. SLATE ROOFING PAPER Any Minute Have on Hand a Pretty Good Supply of. 2x4s, 2x6s, 1x6, ;xlO, 1x12, etc. Sheeting as Low as $49.60 a 1000 Square Feet. OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT as Low as $1.49 a Gallon IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAV US A VISIT 1IOUTS & BOX CUT-RATE LUMBER YARD 2200 Edison Highway 10-19-tf Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. in. to 4:30 p. m. Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to 12 p. m. Closed Sundays and holidays. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 10-7-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures FOR SALE—Prewar furniture. Five-piece living room set. upholstered chair, din- inff and breakfast set. tea cart, oak library table, garden table chairs, two pair brown velour drapes, chaise lounge, HiiiBle and three-quarter Iron cots, mat- tromtcs; 11x13 American Persian rug. antlfiue mahogany bed and dreHHcr. 2200 Twentieth street 71 GAS RANOi£. 213 Decatur rtreet, Olldale. 71 HEAVY STAKE BED, 140"x84"x48" steel reinforced adjustable sockets and trailer hitch. Phone 2-24GB. 72 FOR SALF—Lovely lurge dlnlne room suite. Six chairs and buffet. One nearly new Sl-iKer buttonhole attachment, high oven pas range bed nnd springs, 9x12 Axinlnstor rug baby bath, clothes hamper, etc. Phone 0-9572. 2830 Lake street. 71 FOR SALE—Two knotty pino twin beds with good Hprlngs. Can be bunked if desired. Call 3-1212. 71 FOR SALB—Kelvlnator electric retrlcera- tor. IQOii H street after 6;3J p. m. 71 FOR SALB—De luxe con! or wood heater, large «<zu $45. Phone 2-6546. 71 6-FOOT swing cutoff saw. with 3-horsepower 3-phase electric motor, $75. Corner of Houchln Drive and Lester street. Phone 2-3713. 71 USED FURNITURE wanted. We call any place tn city and Vive free estimates. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021. (l-12-tf ATTENTION, mothers. W« carry a full line of baby furniture, at reasonable prices. 8-jo us before you buy. Vletnry Furniture Exchange. 618 Union avenue. Phone 3-100f> 86 BUY THIS A Rood buy in furniture. Two-piece Chesterfield set, 6-piece dinette set, 4-plece bedroom set, one double spring, two mattresses, one 9x12 prewar rug, one day bed, two brass fireplace Irons, one 8-foot Norge refrigerator. Call at 1927 "Eye" street after 1 o'clock. Open Sun_ 1 1 a y. __ FOR SALE — New twin «lze mattress and Hiu-liiKH, 9x12 rug. 4L'5 Eleventh street. Phone.'-8104. USKD CHESTERFIELD, as is, 110. Wnnrtrow avenue, Olldale. TKN RAPIANCfcT" Phono :i-l-:is. 413 ',4 7- living room heater. Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles FOR USED CAKS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET-BUICK-CAD1LL.AC DEALER 9-21-tf WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS !LL ELSE BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue) Phone •9745 7-11-tf For ••!•—Furniture, Fixtures Two-piece Mohair living; room Mta, full spring construction. Regularly $199.50. Only »149.60. Two-piece frieze living room sets, Full spring construction. Regularly $209.50. Only $159.60. Save $50 on each of these well constructed suites. Gilt framed large plate glass mirrors, only $12.50 and up. Baby buggies, all steel construction, rubber tires, $14.95 and up. Baby cribs with adjustable steel springs, $26.50. Fiber rugs, decorative and Inexpensive, 9x12, $16.95. Use our budget plan. No Interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 Chester Avenue Just one block south of the court house. 71 Singers anl White, rotarys. Repairing. Sewing Machine Eichange. 1211 Baker. 71 USED FURNITURE, tools, stoves, miscellaneous articles of all kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag Service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Morley's New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q. 8J 5-ri'<:OE Moderns Bedroom Set, blonde or walnut finish extra large 6-drawer chest, drop center vanity with 40x40 Venetian mirror. Extr* value. S100. Excellent Selection of Pictures and Mirrors "A Small Store Bulging With Vslues" ATZ-SM1TH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 600-roil Innersprlng mattress, hed. springs, ruff, gns rook stove, hot water heater. 329 Twenty-first street. Phone 4-4416. LIKK NKW—Baby bed. mattress and nursery chair. Mrs. Sanford, 1425 King street. Hast _Bak«rsfleld. 73 OR HALl'I—Prewar, excellent condition two- piece divnn. one Axmlnster rug. studio couch, coffee table, end table, bookcase. Total $330 or bought separately. 1001 Klnwer. • ICK BOX, sewinK machine. 3-plece walnut bedroom set, dining set, livingroom set. bcils. dressers, and miscellaneous. Sun- 111 ty afternoon, 8 531. Cheater avenue. _ FOR SALE—Large squirrel cage type ropier. 2830 Lake street. Phone 9-9672. FOR SALE—Overstuffed davenport and chair, white leather arms, also Sunburst circulating heater. 1404 El Rancho Drive. 73 9x12 HEAVY living room rug, taupe color, with floral border, 122. 28 Chester avenue. FOR SALE—Three-piece prewar living room set. 1320 El Rancho Drive, phone 4-: r,3. 72 BEAUTIFUL blond living room furniture, six pieces, clean, good condition. 1200 cash. Also beautiful dinette set, like new, 172.50, Coll bed springs, innerspring mattress, table-top gas range and other articles. All prewar. 1716 Bank. 70 For Sal*—Ml«c«ll«n«ou» WE HAVE THE rtamboo Rakes Dog Harness and Collars Metal Lawn Sprinklers Metal Lunch Kits Snap Clothespins Gas Radiants Metal Fly Spray Guns Flashlights FlaHhliBht Batteriee Galvanized Garbage Fails Hot Shot Batteries Electric Hot Plates Razors and Hones Chicken Wire Rubber Belting Welding Hose Steam Tables Restaurant Sinks Meter Rings Switch Boxes B-X Cable Klert,r!c Wire. 8. 10. 12. 14 gauge. Clothes Wringers Crescent Wrenches Box End Wrenches Calipers Burring Reamers Yankee Drills Yankee Screw Drivers EZf Outs Boxlne Gloves P'ootballa Punching Bags Oil Heaters Gas Heaters Coleman Camp Stoves Wood Cook Stoves Two-Burner Oil Stoves Milk Cans Vines Oblong Baskets Hitch Chairs Baby Beds Play Pens and Pads Mattresses Bedroom Suites Overtufted Sets Saws Bahy Strollers Marble Top Kitchen Tables Throw Rugs Congoleum Rugs Unpalnted Chests Unpalnted Chairs Folding Chairs Juvenile Table and Chair Seta Juvenile Rockers Juvenile Chairs Dolls Games Sewing Sets Toy Animals Toy Carts and Wagons Clowns YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR'TOY AND FURNITURE SECTION. Hardware and Restaurant Supply 1322 Twentieth Phone 3-05*1 73 LIMITED number of new anfl factory rebuilt Hoover sweepero available onlr to persons bavlng old Hoovers to trade In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts anl service. Tall Welll'e eervlce department. 6-6861. 7-6-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toasters, heating pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Huntley Appliance Service and Repair*. B17 Water street. Pbone 1-4610 or 2-9S64. 10 THE OFFICE! OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION has set dnllars-and-centc celling prices on used refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, hed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. Tbese maximum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual selling hie personal household effts. For Information concerning these and all other celling prices, call the Bakerefleld War Price and Rationing Board. Phone 9-9419. 6-13-tf Flying and balsa model plane kits, jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships fittings, balsa wood carving knives, dope and cement. Come In and look around. Edward's) Camera Exchange, 1609 Nineteenth street, s-:2-tf FREE FREE: FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 t Miles South of Town 9-5-tf WASHING MACHINES Repaired, quick service, Montgomery Ward, Apex and all make* repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker. Phone 2-927*. 9-8-tf CABBAGE) cauliflower, broccoli, chard, lettuce, celery, onion sets, strawberry plants, raspberry, blackberry and flower plants: bulbs, seeds and fertiliser: fruit, shade trees and shrubs. Plant them now. Krauter Nursery. 601 Eighteenth street. 10-2-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, clock* and all small appliances repaired. No delay. General Service Company, (18 Baker. Phone 2-»278. 8-g-tf REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for re- pslrlng. Paul Hornung. 1(01 Nineteenth street. t-JI-tl DECORATE your home with mirrore. W* speciallie In mirrors for mantel*, wells and doors. Bakersfleld Glass Company. 1716 Nineteenth street. 1-10-lf TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171T K STREET PHONE f-IOId 2-Zt-tf BONWIT TELLER light blue tweed chesterfield, else 18. 100% virgin wool, worn very little. S15 Pbone S-5465. 71 For ••{•—Miscellaneous For ••!••—Miscellaneous AT tlFI -fll li li\JJL*l ARMY HARNESS MILK PAILS VIG-O-RAY REG. $51.00 NOW $48.45 REG. 52c NOW 44o REG. lie NOW So ELECTRIC FENCE CONTROLLER REG. $19.85 NOW $18.75 2626 CHESTER AVENUE PHONE 7-7871 71 FOR SALB—Wnlthtm 17-jewel -watch, man's IS size, illvtrold case. $35. Call any t; ne except Sunday. John I. Coffman, 216 Lockwood avenue, McFarland, Calif. Phone McFarland 1851. 71 FOR SALE—Two-bedroom house to be moved. Also prewar metal bulldlnl. 32140. Third house on Palm Lane, north of Fiultvale School. 71 FOR SALE—Boys' bicycle, eile Z«, hand brake* and accessories. A-l shape. One % spool bed, sprlnti and mattress. Ladles' roller skates, ihoe detachable type, slro 6. One large radiant heater: Two O'Cedn clothes closets: 25 young laying hens, $1 each. 2115 Palm street. 71 Now is the time to get your MANURE SPREADER. Wards Farm Store has just received a new shipment of these. Come in early for yours. WARDS FARM STORE 2526 Chester Ave. Phone 7-7871 71 BROWN plaid, reversible coat, fits 12 to 14-year-old girl. Also gray wallaby, green-trimmed coat, came *lze. Phone 2-4437. 71 AT LAST! Guaranteed Grade III Tires. Drive to 1027 Baker EAST BAKERSFIELD FIRSESTONE STORE 71 FOR SALE—Eight nev window frames, assorted sizes. One new door frame. Phone 3-1827. 71 PRINCESS styled fur trimmed coat, fur- trimmed hat to match; satin formal, worn once, site 16. Cheap. Phone 2-6633. 71 FIVB) Indian Drugget rugs with 3-pleee Mexican leather set. suitable for den or patio: 3-plece bedroom set with springs and Innerspring mattress: two 9x12 rugs, throw rug*, two odd chairs, ii Iso other miscellaneous chain. U Auto Rest. 212 Union avenue. 71 ONE BOX . 10-gauge shotgun shells, Firestone portable radio, twin bed springs, bridge table. Phone 7-7071. FOR SALE—Good clean baled alfalfa hay, on Rosedale Highway. Phone 2-3092. 73 FOR SALE—Nandina bushes and black lily bulbs. Phone 6-8227. 2500 FAN COOLER. $«5. New last summer. See at 114 Circle Drive In Highland Manor. ONE ALLIS CHALMERS all-crop harvester, 00-Inch 1940 model. J650. One 10-20 McCormlclc Deer Ing tractor, good condition, 1300. W. L. Adams, Star Route, EOT 35, Wasco. "Paris Liberated" and "Tanks Capture Guam" and other newsreels. 8-mra and 18-mm. New cartoons. Little King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Edward'• Camera Exchance, 160> Nineteenth. 9-l»-tf Hearing with my VACOL1TB. I can laugh with the others when a «ood ink* It told. Clement Herihey, ZTI5 Center. Phone j-0571. 10-9-tf SEWING MACHINES SINGER and Whit*. Repair all make* of ••wing machinei, vacuum cleaneri and Irons. Hern* stitching while you wait. Kille- drews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1509 West Eighth. Phone 9-9437. 73 FOR See the DA.VIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE. 71 OSWALD'S SPECIALS Counters Stools Hteam table Steam tsble Inieti Back bars Showcases Scalea Beverage coolers Stock poll Dishes Brooms Glasses Rakes And Hundreds of Other Items We Sell to Anyone OSWALD RESTAURANT SUPPLT 71S Nineteenth Street. Phone S-II1T (1 ALFALFA DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED 813 East Eighteenth St. Phone 3-0729 92 WE BUY used sewlnc machines. Kllle- brew's Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1800 West Eighth. Phone 8->487. »1 SCRATCH FBED with eraeked Indian corn. Tea. we deliver. Pioneer Mercantile Com. oany. Phone j.|JH. ».l»-tf 800 TONS OF SOIL SULPHUR AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT We also have available a limited amount of fertilizer*. 613 East Eighteenth Phone 3-0729 78 FERTILIZER — PULVERIZED SHEEP AND BARNYARD FERTILIZER. FERTILIZE TOUR LAWN NOW. WE DELIVER. PHONE I-MBI. 74 SELLING OUT (ypsuni spreading business. Includes two spreaders, mounted on Chevrolet IH-ton trucke: one skip loader, and enough spreading to pay for equipment. Phone »84. Shatter. 73 TWO electric motors. Make offer. 210 North Chester avenue. 71 FOR SALE—Freeslnr cabinet. etesm tsble, 6-fool show case, three booths, dishes, etc. Pipe and fitting*, binding chains, jack, tools, steel (ate, etc. 431 Warren street. Taft. Phone »B«-R. 72 2-WHEKL trailer, complete set of tolt clubs with leather ban, couch, one pair gold and bluu drapes. 2328',4 Arlington. 71 FOR SALE—One perfect blue white diamond ring, m-carat; "guaranteed" 51 points center atone, two 10-polnt aide •tones, white imld mounting: price 1500. Can be Insured for 1500. Phone 7-7144 between * and T p. aa. 71 FOR 8/LB—Two crocheted bedspreads, one crocheted tablecloth; Ideal Chrlstmss gifts. «31 Pearl. 71 GET YOU3 rubber stamps frem Bakersfield's leading rubber stamp company. You will be aatlafled with Its prompt service. Pads, Inks, daters of all makes. U0« "Eye" atrset. Ph.ine 1-llOi. ti 3000-OALLON galvanized water tank, second hand, for sale. Route 3, Box 999. Phone 8-8123. A. Bettl. DON'T wait any longer, plant now for fall and winter vegetables. Onions, cabbage, cauliflower, Swiss chard, all 50c per 100. Head lettuce, 40c per 100. Celery, broccoli cheap per dozen. Pansles, snapdragons, stock, calendula and other bedding plants. Lovely second-year old columbine, delphinium, foxgloves at reasonable prices. Fresh cut flowers at all times. Open Sundays. Call 1311 O street, corner Fourteenth and O streets. 71 ELECTRIC HOTPLATES — Only $12.96. Nationally advertised make. Slightly used. Double burner, sealed units, three heats. Guaranteed satisfactory. Mail orders promptly filled. Postage prepaid. Rend check or money order to Smith Brothers, 720 North Nineteenth street. Corvallla, Ore. 71 FOR SALE—Nice 7-plece dining room suite, one complete cub scout uniform, nine 12 or 14. Good condition. Phone 3-1671. 608 Decatur street. 71 FOR SALE—Fertilizer, by the eack. Will deliver Saturday. Two registered Hamp shire pigs, one boar and one gilt. Phone 2-2084. 71 ONE sport jacket, one grey carricul fur coat, eizo 14 to 16. 15. Phone 2-2361. 71 %-HORSEPOWEK paint spray compressor, small Maytag gas engine. 1/6, *n and 'Ji-horsep.iwer electric motors; small cabinet Sllvertone radio. Remington typewriter, like new; .30 Springfield rifle vit'.i two boxes of shells. 1121 North Mount Vcrnon. 71 FOR SALE—A1II» Chalmers K butane. 30 Caterpillar, Si) Caterpillar. 6-bottom Mo line disc, plow, one 60x8 land plane, one Allis Chalmers model K. air butane Central California Implement Company. 918 Main Ktreet. Delano. Phone 4731. 71 TWO men's all-wool sport coats, size 38. One green and one brown. SIlBhtly used. Light weight lady's coat, siz'< 18. Phone 6-6394. 71 FOR SALE—Rebuilt Ford V-8 2-hrush generator and regulator. Call after 6 p. m.. 1511 Alta Vista Drive. 71 FOR SALE—Two crosscut hand saws. 4 and 6 feet long. One-half mile from 8tockdnle Highway on Stine Road and Box 105. Flshering Drive. FOR SALE—Qas radiator, child's tricycle. wooden Irish mail. Phone 2-4230. FOR SALE—Two small International harvesters with sacking attachments, prewar pneumatic tires like new. Good for milo as well as all grain crops. Economical and Ideal for email farm; J325 each. Blue Moon Ranch (17% miles west of Shatter on Lerdo Road), Route 1. Box 150, But- tonwlllow. Calif. FOR SALE or trade. 1220 Twin City tractor. 1431 Truxtun avenue. ONE 16-foot flatbed with good stock racks. Call 4-4189. 73 ELEVEN album classical 12-inch records Bt S2 per album: 8x10 rag rug, $4, Sunbeam electric shaver, 113. 2-0379. 1125 Dohrusky Drive. FOR SALE—Three-room tent, very cheap. Call at first house soulh of Grange hall on Kern Island Road. GOOD CONDITION—Prewar baby bugcy, chromium handle, rubber tires, brake sun-guide, storm nhleld; good rubberized mattress. 1530 Niles, rear apartment. PORTABLE chicks or brooder house, electric chick brooder. %-horsepower electric motor, 4 pairs swing drapery poles with rings, new; 8-day mantel clock. Phone 2-8604. 213 West Moneta avenue. Rlvervlew. 73 SKWINQ MACHINE for sale at 3425 M street. 72 ARMY OFFICER'S COAT, only been worn for Inspection, reasonable. Size 40 or 42. Phone 6-6388. 73 QOODYIOAR car heater for sale. Phone 2-9714. apartment 16. after 6:30 p. m. 71 PARLOR SET, »35; 9x13 wool rug with pad: electric clock; tier table, $7: buggy, •troller, bathlnet, rocker, 76-foot hose, lawn mpwer, miscellaneous articles. 1013 Montfrey. 71 FOR SALE—Meadows mangle, almost new. In good condition. Call 2-6021. 73 MAN'S wood bow and arrow set, gum shoes, antique ball and cup shotgun, L. C. Smith ID-gauge double barre shotgun, bowle knife, hand seeder, wicker doll carriage, child's wicker rocker, card table, breakfast table, four chairs, three-quarter bed, complete. 210 Oildale Drive, Rlvervlew. 72 GIRLS' tan sport coat, size 14; purchaser] last year, has outgrown. Youth bed and mattress. 1025 K street. FOR SALE—Electric heater, vegetable Juicer, table radio, console radio, Navajo rug or blanket, bleached sacks and other miscellaneous articles. 3201 Panama street. FOR SALE—One 10x13 yellow tent. 2316 Robinson. PREWAR, stroller, in good condition; also good bookcase. Phone 2-7726. FOR SALE—Four pairs curtain rods: men's Florshelm shoeH, 11-A; hiking boots, size 7: one wooden Venetian blind: electric Iron; lady's navy suit and black coat, size 16; pair baseball gloves; pair pumps, size S; net Mark Twain books; rubber hoots. Phone 9-9296. VEGETABLE nnd flower plants, ranuru- lus, bulbs, onion sets, shrub, cameUa, Kardenlas, stepping stones: renovatlnc done. Fowler's Nursery, 1124 or 1316 Third street. Phone 2-4S87 or 3-0888. Steel clotheslines, poles and steel fence posts. Leave orders. Phone 2-0204. 79 Radios, Musical Instruments Quick, expert service on all makes. Lots of prewar parts. Three days' service. Buck's Radio Service. Phone 2-5193 715 Washington Avenue. Olldale 76 USED PIANO BARGAINS. Good used pianos, guaranteed like new, at lowest money saving prices. Easy terms. Free delivery. Bench included with every piano. Phillips Music Company 1610 Nineteenth street. 78 GUITAR and case, good condition, 125 cash. Phone 2-5006. 71 UPRI1HT PIANO. 160. Crocheted bed spread, IBS. Home canned fruit and vegetables. «22 "Eye" street. 72 VIOLIN and case. »75. Phone 2-2465. FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerlalt installed while you wait. BOSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3-27-tf GOOD upright piano for sale. 1100, at Baker's Btorate near Santa Fe Depot. HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radios. Bakersfitld Radio Supply, 1101 Chester avenue. Phone i-6160. t-ll-tt RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 313 Baker. Phone 3-9J7I. 4-34-tf Radio*. Musical Instruments We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0498 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED — Highest caeh prices paid for new and used pianos. Phone 8-8981. 9-12-tf rOP PRICES paid for late model radios. Poston Radio Service, corner of K and 99 Highway. Phone 2-0498. 2-1-tt CAR AERIALS for any make of car. 14.95 and up. Poston Radio, corner of K street and 89 Highway. 9-1-tf Expert repair service on all makes. Adequate stocks of parts and most types of tubes. Prewar OPA approved prices. URNER'S 2006 Chester Avenue Oldest Radio Dealer in City 10-9-tf WILL PAT highest cash price for your piano. Call 8-8673. 1-26-tf Cameras and Photography FOR SALE—Model 20 Kodak F-3.5 Cine Eight camera and 620 folding Eastman camera and film. Gill after 6 p. m., 1531 Alta Vista Drive. . 71 ONE 16-mm. film viewer, J10. Phone 3-1836. 124 East Seventh street. Typowrltors, pfflco SuppHss WILL PAT c.ASH for typewriters, addlnt machines, checkwrlters and caeh registers. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1150 Chester avenue- (.19-if FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter. 130. Phor.c 2-2713 after 6 p. m. 71 FOIl SALE—National cash register In good condition Martin's Secondhand Htore at Pumpkin Center. 73 Fruits and Voajotablos No. T Ruttet potatoes. 12.25 per 100; Cuyama valley potatoes, will keep all winter. No. 1, S4.25 per 100; canning tomatoes, 85c per lug: No. 1 table tomatoes, $1.96 per lug; onions 12.25 per bag; melons, 40c each. Yes, we have black pepper, one box limit. Grapes, pears, yams, sweet potatoes, all kinds of meats and drinks, groceries, tobaccos. Oiien 7 days a week until 8 p. m. Warren served at Guadalcanal, United States VHV.V. proprietor Phone 2-9730. Oak and Brundage. 71 Vine Ripened Lug, 75o 1019 Baker St. East Bakersfield 10-6-tt EXCELLENT vine-ripened tomatoes for canning and table use, 75c per lug and up. Bring containers. Scherts Orange Ranch. Phone 3-2221. 71 FOR SALE—Roasting ears, at the field. 3 dozen for $1. One mile south and halt- mtle west of Green Acres' etore on Rosedale Highway. 73 New crop, but won't last long. Slicing or plcklinc. By the lug, tl.50 and up. Bring containers. POTTER NURSERY 2529 Lake Street 71 FOU SALE—Yams, lOc pound. Come to overpass, turn on Norris. corner of, Byrr and Norri.i. Phone 2-8089. ~' Pick them. SOc lug: bring your own containers. One mile south Magunden Store, turn Vi miles west. WE WILL have Miller's lato peaches for one more week. Excellent for can ninff. Flavor in much Improved when cooked. Merrill Fruit Ranch, Rio Bravo FRESH LOAD of Wlnesap apples jus' arrived. J2.55 per box or 6 pounds 60c. Buy now for the holidays while prices are low. Watsonville Delicioua apples t3 per box; U. S. No. 1 white Tejon mountain-grown potatoes, $3.50 a sack small yams, Jl per lug: green tomatoes 60c per lug: 50-pound sack red or white onions, $1.35 a sack. Bring containers for fruit. Open Sunday. Earl Coate's Market, 144 North Chester avenue. 72 Legal Notice)* TAX NOTICE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1. The taxes on all personal property secured by real property and one-hal of the taxes on all real property and public improvement assessments tor the fiscal year 1944-45 will be due and payable on the first day of November 1944 and will be delinquent on the fifth day of December 1944 at 6 o'clock p. m. ant unless paid prior thereto, eight per cent will be added to the amount thereof and if said one-half be not paid before the twentieth day of April 1946 at 6 o'clock p. m. an additional three per cent will be 'added to the amount thereof The remaining one-half of the taxes on all real property and public improvement assessments will De payable on and after the twentieth day of January 1945. and will be delinquent on the twentieth day of April 1946. at K o'clock p. m. and unless paid prior thereto three per cent will be added to the amount thereof. 1. Taxes may be paid in full at the time the first installment Is due ant payable, aa herein providde. 3. Taxes may be paid beginning October 26th, 1944 In the office ol the City Treasurer and Tax Collector In Room 1, City Hall, Bakersfleld, California, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. on each and every day of the week except Saturday afternoons. Sundays and holidays. Bakersfleld.. California, October 14, 1944. * WALTER W. SMITH, City Treasurer and Tax Collector. Oct. 14 to 27 Inc. ORDINANCE No. O-31 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows: Section 1. Ordinance No. G-22 of the County of Kern Is hereby repealed. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days from and after Its adoption, and prior to fifteen (15) days from the adoption hereof It shal be published once in The Bakersfield Californian, a newspaper of general circulation, published in the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the members of the Board of Suprevisors voting for and agalnsl the same. The foregoing Ordinance was passed and adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern at a regular session of said Board held on the 16th day of October. 1844. Vote Polled: Ayes: Woollomes, Harty, Noon. Wlmmer. Noes: None. Absent: Lavin. A. W. NOON, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. (SEAL) Attest: R. J. VKON, County Clerk and ex-Officio Clerk ol the Board of Supervisors. October 21 Poultry •ndUvortock OFFERING a number of outstanding yearling aad »-y*ar-old reclstered Hereford bulls. /.. H. Karpe. phone »-WI\. ATTENTION. POULTRYMEN1 Our Market Is Open We Pay Tops tor Fryars and Roasters One Block West of East Bakersfleld Post Office 1108 Kern Street Dial J-USI BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 7« FOR SALE—Two span of food work mares, one brood mare with colt. Mr. Croat. Phone 2-7066. 7-19-tt ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and (eed. We buy your ecc». Chicks 115 hundred. 1219 Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-702» or 2-»489. 2-1-tf BABY CHICKS. 115 per hundred. New Hampshire Reds. Rhode Island Reds. Plymouth Rocka, Rock and Red Cross. New shipment every Monday: order early. Plenty of metal feeders, fountains and poultry medicines. Ward * Farm Store. 2825 Chester. 4-17-tt BABY CHICKS started on order. We hsve colored broilers, roasting hens. Riverview Hatchery. 215 Roberta Lane. Phone 2-9895. 7-19-tt WANTED TO BUY—60 or 80 l«r«e Hol- steln or lar«e Guernsey, first calf sprinters. Phone 2-4027. Lloyd G. Rusk. Route 4. Box 571. Baksrsfleld. Calif. 71 HENS for sale, on Hudson Drive, seventh house on right. Route 2, Box 258-A* Phone 2-8008. 72 FOR SALE—One half Apaloosa half thoroughbred mare, gentle, well reined: one well-bred salted bay sreldlne. very showy but gen i IP: nno heavy bay mare, sultshle for small child or baby. Bar O Staffles, on road to Kern County Park 72 FOR SALE nr trade, saddle horses end work horses. Easy terms. Mllhouse Brothers, %-mlle north of Pumpkin Center. • 71 BUY, SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson, 1 mile north of Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east of Hoeklns Road. 94 FOR SALE—Buckskin horse, S years old: MILK COW and calf for sale. Phone 2-4024. . 71 OKNTLE, too,, looking, tolden-colored, huckal.U gelding. Phone 2-2603. 71 PIGEONS—Mixed breeds. 25o each, while they last. Phone 2-7462. 71. FOR SALE—12 head of Holsteln and Guernsey betters, priced to sell. Phone 2-3022. 71 FOR SALE—Rabbit fryers, chicken fryem and colored hens. One block west of Pierce float', on Getty street. 71 FOR SALF—Fat hens. 26c per pound. 2312 South "Eye" street. Southgate. Phone 2-1561. 71 EXCHANGIJ 3xG oak single flat top desk for two kneehole desks. Salke, Teglcr Hotel, phone 8-8611. 72 FOR SALE—Two registered Hampshire pigs, one boar and one gilt. Fertilizer by the sack. Will deliver Saturday. Phone 2-2064. 71 SIX White Leghorn pullets, 11.60 eac-h; 12 Whlto Leghorn hens, II. 25 rach; doves. 75c a pair. 426 Niles. Phone 2-1IS55. FOR SALE—One purebred registered Hereford bull. Is about 8 months old and from excellent stock. Phone 3-14S6. 72 NOT ONE. BUT EVERY MONEY MAKING QUALITY IN OUR CHICKS White LrRliorns. day-old pullets or cocker- ells. New Hfimpshlres, and poults from our own Broad Breasted stock. Write for literature, prices and reserve your fnvoite dellvey date. Hatching the year 'round. FOEHLMANN HATCHERY Petaluma, Calif. NEW HAMPSHIRE chicks every Tuesday. 116 per 100. Leghorns, 116. Modesto Hatchery, Route 5, Modesto. * FOR SALE or trade, dandy New Zealand white bucks, fine New Zealand white bred does and Junior does. Reasonable or will trade some for a 2-wheel trailer, 9x12 rugs, circulating heater, three shop end tables, or what have you? Must he In good condition. 320 Belle avenue, Sliner'a, Rlverview. WANTED to buy, 2 or 3 dozen laying hena. Phone 2-7321 or addrewi W. T. llice. 607 Baldwin Road and give price and description. 72 70-COW DAIRY and equipment. Extra, nice herd and will guarantee teat for T. B. and Bangs. Call 4-4189. 73 FOR SALE—Young gentle family cow. Phone 6-5462. Dog* and Other Pots FOR SALE—Special this week, canaries, females $1, singers $7. Goldfish and 1110*3. Phone 2-4587. Fowler's Pet Shop. 1124 Third. 72 TWIN male Cocker and Terrier dots, ( months old, will sell by pair only, |25. Phone 2-9730. 71 FOR SALE—Roller canary singers, 17.50 and up. Also breeding stock. Call after 3 p. m. s.nd all day Sundsy, 206 Francis street. Phone 2-3126. 71 THOROUGHBRED male Collie. 4 months old. for mile. Call after 7 p. m. 1126 Gage street. 72 REGISTERED red and blond Cocker Span- lei puppies, >,0 and 125. Phone 2-3857. PL'PS, wonderful pets for children or fine hunting dogg. Come see them at 2104 Lake. FOR SALE—Cocker Spaniel, female, taffy color, 5 months old, price HO. 716 Wisteria street, Olldale. 72 For Exchangei—Misce)llan«ou« EXCHANGE 2x5 oak single flat top desk for two kneehole desk*. Salke, Tegeler hotel, phone 8-8511. 73 ;.' » FOR CONVENIENCE THE BAKERSriELD CALIFORNIAN •tints lltttfl bill* will rictlvi clmifitd •dvirtislnc and Mb- tcrlptlont it till rtgnlir ritti. ARVIN Bar Knowles, Arrln Pharmacy BUTTONWILLOW B. V. Lannlmon. Carrier ' DELANO United Clge.i Btere er E. B. Rlppj, Delano Carrier GRAPEVINE Spears Service Stetlen KERNVILLE DISTRICT Ardls M. Walker FELLOWS Waggoner's News Dealer LEBEO v Lebee Coffee Shop LOST HILLS J. L. HtelE 8tora MARICOPA Oate Clir Pbarmaer MCFARLAND tfranlc Carter McKITTRICK-BELRIDGE Earl Hlllsry Service Station OILDALE Olldale Pharmacy SHAFTER Shafter Drue Company TAFT Mnrlpesa Newc and Cigar Ce. TEHACHAPI Taughan'* Drag Btara TUPMAN Elk Bills Mercantile Co. » R. V. Lemnlman. Carrier WASCO Btrlntbam lirui Store ClUiifM CtliMM Oloti 10 A. M. The Californian will not be responsible f« errors hi Classified Advertising Ukeo over telephone unless correction la mad' Immediately after first Insertion. Refunds on paid advertlelmmtts mutt be called for within »l) days. TtltphoM 1-TIII for City Scrvlei i ORDINANCE No. A-18 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows: Section 1. Section XXXII, entitled "Judicial Townships," of Part II of Ordinance A-12, as amended by Ordinance A-13 Is amended, In so far ay Bald Section XXXII concerns Township No. 1, to read as follows: Sched. Item _ _ N _No. of Pay Range* No. No. Positions Title of Position Township No. 1 32-A 1 JuHtfte of the Peare 1 900 flat 32-A 2 Justice Court Clerk 1 ISOUflat 32-A 3 Constable 1 1500 flat • Section 2. Section IV of Part III of Ordinance A-12, as amended by Ordinance A-13, is amended by adding thereto the following: In the event the Justice of the Peace In Township No. 1 shall assume the added duty ot holding Court at regular Intervals at more than one place in his township the said Justice of the Peace shall be allowed his necessary traveling expenses to reach any place of holding court which is more distant from his residence than Is tils existing place of holding court. Section S. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force on and after thirty. (30) days of Its adoption, andjirloMo fifteen. O6) days from the passage »r of . - -- . ....'ether .... ._ .... Supervlsoro voting ' against the same. ' The foregoing Ordinance was passed and adopted by the Board of Supervisor! of the County of Kern at a regular session ot aald Board held on the 16th day of October, 1044. Vote Polled: Ayes: Woollomet, Harty, Noon, Wlmmer. Noes: None. Ab•ent: L&vin. A. W. NOON, Chairman of the Board of Supervisor*. Attest: R. J. VEON, County Clerk and ex-Offlclb Clerk of the Board of Supervisor*. thirty (30) days of Its adoption, and prior to fltteen (16) days from the past hereof it shr.ll be published once in The Bakersfleld California, a newspape general circulation, published In the County of Kern, State of California, togel with the names of the members of the Board of Supervlsoro voting (or (SEAL) October 21 I

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