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for Sale—Improved Farms BUTTON-WALLOW DISTRICT— 200 nores in RuttonwIMow Water District, now in milo, will tnjsc cotton, pruin or flnx. PU .ty nf water, (rood soil. 138 nrrrs carries full oil rights, balance carried one-half oil rights. $75 per acre. 1 2-5228 1701 K S For Sal Unimproved Land Postwar Security Soutliorn Utah lands. $100 utarts yon. Units 10 to So acres. Ahundnnt shallow undmground water. Many new owners have ecru red pnvernment loans for rn.itpment and development. Rural electrification fissured. Write for free literature. Colonization Department, Box 554, Cedar City, irtnh. L - •••'•'••* ••< imp - I - ••!• Oil and Mining or Lnndi-wnorn: Have your land tested "^O-KA-TOU." I tell you depth width of Htrui'tiire it nny. Write iihone Widncy. 201 South Mentor 6-6744. 111XF.RAL RK1HTR— IfiO ncrufl. portion 22, township 2fi, range 27. Reply 327 Enst King street, Tulure. Caltf. 7u FOR EXCHANOBJ— Small frame home. three rooms nnd bnth, ^ yenrn old: lot 64 '4 120: nico lawn, uliruhhery, fruit * troea, berriea, near LOB Angeles. Belle, Calif. Property clear, for %mall acreage or large home and income here. Pay difference. " Patterson, 3606 1 72 BRADY Cash for Your Trailer. Trailers «old on easy payment plan. Ws finance our own contracts. McCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 3-1 3-tf FOR RKNT— 2 nnd 4-wheel trailers, ner hour, day or week. On Twenty-first atrert , _ betwfton K and L. _Ed.Prlyf?. __ 7 jT HOL^SE THAILKR for sale; 22-foot fnllv equipped, Ipniherette covered, fully Insu- luted, newly painted; two new tires and •pnre, air brakes ; slepps four. J'j-irfjd to soil. Oswoll Road, Ilrst houxe smith of _ I'.<H«on_l-l_l eh way. ___ __ 7 2 FOR SALK— 20-foot La Pnlk- house trailer, $4(10 down, bnlfliu-e monthly. Beacon 7 2 railer Camp. _iiorUi_on_ HishwayJSJt. _ -WHKrci, »/j-ton trailer, one ^-horsepower Champion outboard motor, run 20 hours; like new. Phone 2-D3S3 after FOH SAMS— 2-\vheol trailer. Texas license; 6.00x10 tiros. Chevrolet wheels; side boards, hitch; $60. 813 til TeJon Drive. 7jl BCHTLT t'O-funt trailer. Slcops four; uleel lifirty, c loot i 1 !'' hrakrs, nn\v tirew. nwnintr. Kxifll' i nt contlilion. Adnbe Autel, 90 7-1 For Sale—Automobile* 1941 Lincoln Zephyr sedan. A black beauty, clean as a pin. Ceiling price, $2194. Our warranted price ,only $1894. (1117840.) idem 2222 CHESTfeR AYE. 72 FECTIVE IMMEDIATELY — All "For Sale" advertisements of automobiles/or trucks carried in the columns oC The Bakerafield CaHfornfcan must (1) give license number and stale (if not California) or issuance; f2) must state •whether for sale by private owner or dealer: (3) each car or truck advertised for salo must carry price asked — "as ia" or "warranty" if advertiser! by dealer, "as Is" if advertised by private owner. Ceiling prices, may be obtained from local OPA office. 10-3-lf SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional cash to complete purchast of car? If so. just phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE COMPANY, opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. "W. J. "Bill" Berpman. manager. Phone 6-6796. _ l-12»it 19.10 MODEL A Ford roadster. $150 cnsh. as ia. UB25(i). Call 2-1630 afler 6 P. m. _ _ 7JJ MODEL A 2-door sedan (Texas V64434). $250 as is- Private owner. 2001 Baker. _ _ 73 FOR SALE or trade, 1941 Buick 4.-door sedan, excellent condition (fi2X708). Price $1726. dealer's warranty. 7 blocks \vpst of Chester. S05 Grant Drive, Oil- Phono 4-4208. 73 FOR HALE, by owner. 102!) Dodge sedan CiX47.S:M). $125 aa is. Leaving: Monday for army, can be seen at 3425 M streei. _ 7^ FOR KALE by owner, 1934 Ford coupe. (71D404 Neb.) *275 as ia. Phone 8-8608. OAKLAND sedan. Good tires, excellent condition throughout. SI 83. (G3M1C4.) Private owner. 919 Seventeenth strent. _ 74 FOR SALE— 1940 Q. M. O. I 1 '. -ton truck (PC3107». dual '.vheels; priro $1200 as is. Private owner. Phone, day 2-7421; nights _ 2-CI81. _ 75 FOR RALE— 1030 Stndebuhor <»A7G3n, G.OOxlG tires; $150 as is; U mile south _ Fajrf a x School. Route 6. Box 652. 77 1937 4-DOOU Plymouth de luxe sednn (OClSii), trade for j:iter husinefis or club coupe. 1'hone 3-2423. 1801 Flower. 74 PACKARD sednn (9W1792). A beautiful, clean car. original sun met a I gray finish, lifnffimrd tuboH all around, tires jirartlcally new, in fact, two are brand now. This ono'owner car nhows the unusual faro it haa had. Cara likt this nro fow and far tiolwotn on tho present market. $iaor». See It today. Packard Agency. 2U10 Chester avenue. 10-23-lf 8686 Tour fashion fnvorite. the jumper. IB Graduating into the suit class! Illustrated is a smartly fitting jumper frock with a companion jacket—an ensemble you'll live in for campus, classroom, office, Gay Plaids, shepherd's checka. startling solid colors are your best fabrics. Pattern No. 868« cornea in sizes 12. 14. 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14 jumper requires 3 yards of 39-Inch material; Jacket, short cleaves, 1M> yards. The new fall and winter Issue ,nf "Fashion" is now ready—32 pae«a. It's • complete Kiilde to your fall and winter wardrobe. Send for your copy. Price 20 cents. I For thin attractive pattern, vend 20 cents In coins, with your tvime, uddreaB. nat- tern number and BUe to The Baketsfmiti Cnli/ornian To&uy's Pattern Service, 109 Mission titrcct, Kan Francisco For Sal AutomobllM WILL TRADE— 1931 ^lodel A truck for Pickup of same value. May consider some difference. (Pt'M7',71 Calif.). Prt- vaie owner. Phone 9-9:tOO. Call after fi:30 p. _ in. __ 73 TRtTCKS— W« have received a number of half-ton nnd one and one-half ton army trucks, all four-wheel drive. Nearly nil with wlnrhep. KirFt come, firrtt served. Wes Waldon. ^^2 South Union. 7 3 FOR SALE — 1029 Stude.haker scdnn (1U\V741]). by owner. HUP tfi-inoh wheels. five good tires, n^w battery; Kood run- ninR rondllion. Price JluO a« is. Phone 2-5802. _ 74 Automotive Service, Parts GRANT piston rings last longer. Motor tuned up. creasing and oiling: car storage. Blue Ribbon Oarage, 1916 Nineteenth. Phon« 2-0674. 1-16-tf ^m^m^^^P^^m^mmmfmmj^mmmmmm^^mjf^^^mmmm^^^f^^m^mmm^m^^mm^mf^to^ftmim^m^mm! *- ^^ mM ~fmm^^^mt^m^^^^^^^^m*^mmf^Fmmmmmm^mmm^^mmm^^^mm^mmmmmmmm^^^m.^^^^^^^^^mi^—^^—^^^^m—^^^mm I WE CAN PAINT Your Car Immediately, GMAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMODILE DEALER Phone 5-5997 Eighteenth and N _ . _ 1-4-tf COMPLETE body and fender repairing. also front wheel alignment. Charles V)g*trom's Oarage. 1520 Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-7937. _ 4-12-tf Motorcyc I e» and B I cy cl • • 4 FOR SA1-K— One 1343 2-speed. 4-borse- power U'Jshman Auto Olid? $295. 3800 -ft street. Phone 2-9476 72 FOH SALE— Tnrtian 40 motorcycle, $150 cnali Phone 3-1739 after 6 p. m. 72 FOR SALE—A Hurley-Davidson motorcycle, 1938 model, with a 61 overhead, 2208 Kern street. Phone 8-2189. 72 WANTED—A tricycle, small size. Phone . 3-091 G. 10-21-tf WANTED TO BUY—Boy's medium sl7.erl prewar bicycle. Phone 3-1120. 73 WILL TRADE 1928 model Harley-Davldson for G to 10-horsepower outboard Phono 2-5094. 72 GIRLS' prewar bicycle, newly overhauled, with new tires and tubes: banket carrier, lights and tire Dump; $C5 cash. Phone _7-7S. r )l. extension 621._____ 73 FOR SALE—Man's lljrhtweisht bicycle. prewar model, in good condition, $1(5. Phone 2-7JIQ2. 7J FOR RALE—ROV'R prewar bicycle, Rood condition. $45; also electric eye, $10. 901 Kl Roncho Drive. Phone 3-1055. 72 FOR SALK— Two blcyolps. one boy's and one Kirl'H. Phone i-1376 or call 317 H _ st reot -_____^ __ SPECIAL HIMLT Llack tandem, twin Schwinn huh hrakp; .. hnlloon tiros. 228 Jefferson, or call Mr. Mason, 6-5731 be: .'10 p. m. W A N'TKD— Bicycle. any condition. or bicycle parts. Also tricycles that cnn he repaired. Call after 3 o'clock, phone MOTORCYCLES— We have received a quantity of 1942 army motorcycles with vnry low mileage. .Now for eale, Wea Waldon. 222 South Union. 7.1 For Lumber SURE WE HAVE IT and It's a Darn Good Grade, Too Received a Car of *fc Insulation WALLBCTARD. All in 4x8 Sheets Expect a Car of 90-lb. SLATE HOOFING PAPER Any Minute Have on Hand a Pretty Good Supply of 2x4s, 2x6s, 1x6, ;xlO, 1x12, etc. Sheeting as Low as $49.50 a 1000 Square Feet. OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT as Low as $1.4U a Gallon IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAY US A VISIT HOUTS & BOX CUT-RATE LUMBER YARD 2200 Edison Highway 10-19-tf and 3x4 3xG 3x12 6x6 2x10 Redwood 2x12 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. m. 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 2 x 2x6 1 x 12 300 Belle avenue. Rivorvtew 74 For Sal Furnituro, Fixtures USED FURNITURE wanted. W« call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White a Furniture. Phone 7-7021. 6-12-tt ATTENTION, mothers. W« carry a full line of baby furniture, at reanonable prices. S«c UB before you buy. Victory Furniture Exchange, «18 Union avenue. Phone 3-1006. 86 For Furniture, Fixtures Two-piece mohair living room set?. full spring construction, regularly $199.50, now $149.50. Two-piece frieze living room set?, full spring construction, regularly $209.50, now $159.50. Save $50 on enc-h o r these well constructed srt«. Large U-nle top stoves, fully insulated nrd with pilots, $99.50. Mahogany tier cabinets, 5 shelves. $14.95. Blankets, part wool, satin" bound, only $5.95. Use our budget plan, no Interest or carrying charges. DAVIS rrRxiTrur: co. 1400 CHESTER AVENL'K Just one block south of the court- _houso. . 77 FOUR-PIECK mission style living room set, springs, blue upholstered; larjtic upholstered chair, round dining room table. BIX chnirs; breakfast table, four choirs: innernprinjE Chaise lounge. Hunt blue; single* and ?i cols with mattresses; bathroom chnir, oak library table, smnll table, cocklnll table with clnflies; two pair hrown velvet drapes; dishes. 2200 Twcntieth street. FOR SALK—Prewar baby furniture; play pen, infant nlse crib with wetproof in- nersprlng mattftfls, huRgry, Taylor Tot, enameled bathtub, large size. Phone 39-F-31 afte. R p. m. 74 8-PIKCE dining set: Brown-Snltman B-piece bedroom set; complete livingrroom set. r* .) I -I ATTRACTIVE newly enameled 4-poster bed and matching large and small rhests of drawers, $L':i.50; toy chest, Jl.SO: occa- _ flonnl rhalr, $7 . JJO . _ Phone 3 - Qfl75 . _ RADIANT can heater, for small house. good condition, Oildale. $12.50. 211 Lincoln. TWO prewar living room sets, good condition; one 2-piece Wicker pet, one Himmons bed and springs. Call after 4 p. m.. 1408 Pacific. _____ __ 7J MAPLK wardrobe. Phone 3-2 2 8 fi . FOR SALE— Full-size- Lee. built m;ii- Irpsscs. $8.f»0. Sell IIR your used fumi- tnre, stoves, bedM. dresser?. or whwt __ever_you __ have. _ Phone 2-7075. _____ 79 FOR SALK — Throe-burner gas ntovo. Has heat control oven, $10. See at 1"08 ^_ Weitater^aireet. __ 74 ONTO larco rndlant heater. $R; one medium size radiant heater, $E>; combination living room and dinette table. $S. Phone 2_ __ __ USRD FURNITURE. tools, stoves, miscellaneous articles of all kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag Service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Morfey's New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q. _ 83 500-coil Jnnersprine: mattress, bed. sprlnps, rue:, ean cook stove, hot water heater. Twenty-first utreel. Phone 4-441T., 72 LIKE NEW — Baby bod. mattress and nursery chair. Mrs. San ford, 1425 Klnc street. Kast Bnkersfleld. __ 73 FOR SALE— Overstuffed davenport and chair, white leather arms, also Sunburst circulating heater. 1404 El Rancho Drive. 73 living phone 72 FOU SALE—Three-piece prewar room set. 3320 El Raucho Drive, 4-: 53. FOR PAI^J—Baby bed and mattress in excellent condition. Phone 3-2003. 74 OLD ESTABLISHED wrecking and junk company, best ot location, close in on Edison Highway. Price Includes 3-room house, garage, sheds, blna, tools and old parts. This ia a renl money-maker. Price 1« only $3000. one-half down nnd the hal- ance on easy ter-ma. See Mr. Hoffman at Ttoute 5. Box 2. 7 7 HEAVY STAKE BED. 140"x84"x4S" »teel reinforced adjustable sockets and trailer hitch. Phone 2-2455. 72 FOR SALE — Three-room font. Very cheap. Call at first house south o£ Grunftft _ halt on_ KPT n Island Road. _ 73 SEWING 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 FOR SALE — Meadows mangle. almost new. In good condition. Call 2-fi021. 73 MAN'S wood bow and arrow act, gum shoes, antique ball and cap shotgun. L. C. Smith 10-gauge double barrel sh»tgun. bowie knife, hand seeder, wicker doll carriage, child's wicker rocker, card table. breakfast, table, four chairs. three-quarter bed, complete. 210 Oildale e. Rlvervlcw. 72 Steel clotheslines, poles and steel fence posts. Leave orders. Phone r 2-0204. _ 79 FOR See the DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE. 77 FOR SALE—Incubator. $10. and brooder, $5. Corner of Nile and Park Drive. Phone 2-i»b38. 73 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf WANTED TO BUY from private party. Ir.to mode 1 sedan or club coupe. Pay cash. Phone 2-7537. 7J WANTED—Smalt, light car hi good condition. Will nay CHHh. Write 705',3 Thirtieth street, flrivltift full particulars or phone D-ti4'J'J after 4 p; m. Tit Wanted to Buy—Automobiles I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO sPQ A. ' rTlTPv^l" , MM TOUR CHEVROLET-BU1CK-CADILLAC DEALEH 9-21-tf WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phon* 7-11-U For WE HAVE THE Bnmhno DQK Harness and Collars Mrtal Lawn Sm-inklers M*-tnl Lunch Kits Smip Clothespins ("las Radiants Metal Klv Spray Guns I-'lashliphfs Klashllpht RnttTirs Clalvnnizcd dnrlinee Pails Hot Shot Batteries Klectrtc lint Plates Hazors anrl Hones Chicken Wire Rubber Belting \VeIdinR Hose Steam Tables Hestnurant Sinks .Switch Boxea R-X Cable Elertric Wire. S. 10, 12. 14 eauce. Clothes Wrlncem Crescent Wrenches Box End Wrenches Calipers Ilurrin* Reamer* Yankee Drills Ynnkee Screw Drivers KXI Outs Hoxine Gloves Footballs Punchinp Oil Hen CJna Heaters Culeniiin Camp Stoves Wood Cook Stove* Two-Burner Oil Stoves iviilk Cans Vises OMnnjr Baskets JIlKh Chair* Rrihy Beds Play Pens nnd Pads Mat tresses Bedroom Suites Overtuffcd Sets S H W S Babv Strollers Marble Top Kitchen Tables Throw RUES ConRoleum Rues Unpainted Chests Unpalnted Chairs Foldine Chnirs Juvenile Table nnd Chair Set* .Juvenile Ilnrkera Juvenile Chitirs Dolls (Ifimes S(«\vine Pels Tov Anim;ils Toy Cnrts and Wncons Clown a YOU ARF: INVITKP TO VISIT orn TOT AND FURNITCIUO SECTION. Hardware and Restaurant 1322 Twentieth - Phone 3-OGR1 ________________ 7 3 DOUBLE ^i;:r innr-i Hpring mattress, Western Auto rar heater, twu black crepe M. army field Jacket, mcd- (Ires i'"u ' afte FOR SALK— Knur wool skirts. 28-Inch walfl; ie«i 'j-piece drnw. hluo drape dre»s. red slauk suit, two 2-piece house dresses. All aixe . 1C. Lady's black bouts, .size; 8. Plume 2-5 1 3L'. TWO DO/KN quart Krrr JaTsT wT electric chide hroodnr. ] i -horsepower electric motor. ^ pairs swinp drapery poles with rings, new: 8-day mnitlel dork, phone C-SC04. ^13 West Munotti a yen ue R i vtM'y jp w. 3 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET. PHONE C-Cn09 Guaranteed Grade III Tires Drive to 1027 Baker KAST BAKERSFIELD FIRESTONE STORE 75 FOR SALR— Girls' coat., jilald. practically new. 1!009 Forrest. fce 8, brown Phone 2-jDtiS. FOR SALE— Four trailer house inner- sprine cushions, almost new, $30. Call after C. FOR SALK— .Lefever 12-ffaUKe double bnr- rel hummerless shotgun. A beauty, J7".. 11C8 Inyo Btreet. PREWAR collapsihla Lloyd baby and mattress, $15. 2417 Sunset. Phone BABY BUGGY, good us new. Call 0-9300. ^ 2603 NUe-S. __ j 3 IRON DAY BED. arakes double bcd..$f:i. Two Marfield Perish pictures. $2.50; one haby Jludwon «eat jacket, $10: one sil- er fox collar. »25. Phone 3-OlOft 7 4000 FtRl-; BRICK for snle; 2 miles west on Lerdo Road. \k m.'le north Scrooney iLvcnue. or write Route 1, Box 2,'!:.', Shaftcr. _ - _ 74 ARMY 5-enllon jeep cans, new, heavy duty. Can be used for all fluids.. Only $1.^5 each, includinar tax. while they last. Wes Waldon. 222 South Union. 73 clue Sewing Machine Exchange, 1218 Bakpr. Sowing machines, different make.s. Also repairing. _ _ _ 77 6-COMPAnTMKNT bird, pliroon or rhlnkon rage; 6 feet by 22 fpet bv G feet high. and Kmall chicken hoiiae Inehided. Small me«)» wire, well built. Alno water nnd feeding IIQIIH. $^fi for all. (500 El Prado. Phono 2- 2 !) !l. 7;i , l.:xlfi. all-wool, rose biepe. nnd hull runner, with pails SIGii. Blond Junior dinins room net. table, buffet and four chairs. $100. 600 El Prado. Phone TACHOMETERS for sale. A bargain at $3. elec'trlcnl repairs, motors rewound and exchanced. *\'e have a fe-.v for »ale. No priority needed. Welding. brazing; and *olderinu. Friendly personal nervire. Wood's KlPctrir Shop, phone _.. 3-H98. fi!2 Ooodman street. _ ^ _ 7J WASHING MACHINES Repaired, quick service, Montgomery Ward. Apex and all rnaUes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker. Phone 2-D27S. ___ 9-8-tf CABBAGE cauliflower, broccoli, chard. letture. celery, onion Rets, strawberry plants, raspberry, blackberry and flower plants; bulbs, seeds nnd fertilizer; fruit, ahade trees and ehrubs. Plant them now. Krauter Nursery. 601 Eighteenth street. ___ 1 Q-2-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, clocks snd all small appliances repaired. No delay. General Service Company, 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. ______ ____ 9-8-tf REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather r.nd accessorlen for repairing. Paul Hurnung. 1606 Nineteenth street. ___ __ 2-23-tt DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize in mirrors for mantels, wells and doors. Bnkersfleld Glass Company, 1716 Nlnetee nth street. 1-lQ-t f number nf new and factory rebuilt Hoover BweepeiL- available only to persons having old Hoovers to trad* In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts nn 4 strvlce. t'sll Wslll'* service department. 6-6863 7«6-tf VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toasters. heating pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Mnney-hack Guarantee. Huntley Appliance Strvlce and Repairs. 917 Watsr slrstt. Phons 2-4670 or 2-9354. ______ 80 THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION has set dollars-and-centa celling prices on used refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters. bed fiprlnea. cameras and photographic equipment. These maximum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual selling hi« personal hnuuehnld effta. For Information concernlnc thepe and nil other ceiling prices, cull the Bakerafleld War Price and Rationing Board. Phone 9-9419. _ 6-13- tf FOR SALE-.-200 to 300-amperes new typ« G. E. a iv welder, pnwered by V-8 > motors. Mounten on 1 li-ton Chevrolet truok. (EEf>66.T). Kp^ulatrirH. hose, and lorchew inrluded. Will sell us n unit or separate. For particulars call *i O Flying nnd balsa model plane kits. Jeeps, trucks, tiinks. nhlps fittings, balsa wood carvtne knives, dope end cement. Come In and look around. Kdward's Camera Kxchance. 1C09 Nineteenth street. 8-22-tf FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKKRSFIELD BOX COMPANY Hfehway 8 Miles South of Town »-5-tf fJun FOR SALK— U'-eaufip. 28-lnrh D. JUia^ii flholeun in cood Condition. and fixe boxes «hi>lln for miall, John W. Carter, P. O. Hox 751. Arvlli. or phoi.c Arvin 30- W evontngs. 73 GET YOU"' rubber •tamps from Bakersfield's leading: rubber stamp company. You will bo satisfied with Us prompt service. Puds. irTbs, daters of all makes 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8 -8102. FERTILIZER — PULVERIZED SHEEP AND BARNYARD FERTILIZER. FERTILIZE TOUR LAWN NOW. WE DELIVER. PHONE 2.9851. 74 For Sale—Miscellaneous F"tt P \LK—Onml rlriin b»I"d alfnlfn hay. nn Ropodale Highujy, Phone 2-3092. 73 "Pnr-« L-h-r.'ited 1 ' nnrt "Yanks Capture (,;uam" nnd other newsreds, fi-mm and IS-mm. N'e-v rjirtomi*. Little King. Dnn- nhl Uurk. .Mickey Mouse, etc. Kdward'* Camera Exchange, 1G09 Nineteenth. 9-19-tf Dealings Easy on N. Y. Stock Mart JEfre gafafrgfiflti Califomtan M°"*>y, October 23, 1944 ] fc^ . . __, ^^f__f . _ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'"'^^^^^^^^^^^••'•"•••^^^"^•^^•^^•^•^^^•••••^^••••p^^^^WSiW^^WplBa^BBH^^^^^M^^^pl^B^BBMHM NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE with my VAPOLITR. I can laimh with the iHhfru when n »ood .1ok« Is told, v'lptncnt Mershey 27.15 Cert«r. Phone :-or,7i. io-9-tr SEWING MACHII SIXGER and White. Repair all makes of sewing machines, vacuum cleaners and Irons. Hemstitching while you wait. Kiile- rtrews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, ir,09 Weft Eighth. Phone OSWALD'S SPECIALS Counter? Sienm .tnble Stoarn table insets Back b;irs DOW JONKS AVKR\(.KS 1'ieliniiiKu-y ''l.iBlnp: Jjfiw-J diislrijilH Mfi..")S, nt'L 1 1.77; r.-iili-tiaris 41.-4:1, nff o ."7: titili- ties r»..U f oil o.4'i; 05 stocks 5.S3, ol'f o.t;\. Sillrs rorni>:ir*-.l \\ irh 7-14.Hi:. Kridny, Curb tuin<'\'-r \\;is :tj:t,rif>:» sharos 2:'..'.v_'U M:\V A r OF) — . 35 ' « . 1 I M-i : ! i!^ Mm-urt 1-. ) rry A 111' - r ' < . \ n f ;• ;. • . I 1 A Tit'.M' ''.'I !; I ! -\(] Am*'! !> .in K.V r.y .\: !! .\ nior'i ;, M s-i • •:>"- :t -\ MTM' • ;t M T- !. Ani-M- ( «n T..}, ( .N ill"! l« .1 Ii \ ^'i A ii ^1 on Ai ii".in Af'llisn At l.tnt M- M. f .. • A V 1:1 ! ifiil I'ul pn i \ h S-IT. Mon" t' - ... I.', t J M! , Nai M>rut i - • - 4 - ' I 9 Vi •*-*•**«*••* ' *f g •itr., . .. *• * f j b.. . mtm « . 1 Pi 'M ** >•• •*••••••>*•••»• tf m 9 ,-> 4:' i?. ' I I' A T I* 4 S I.'.' S r :i 1 o coolers Stock puts * I Ha kcs And Humlreds of Other Items \Ve Sfll to Anyone OSWALD RESTAURANT SUPPLY 716 Nineteenth Street. Phone 2-9317 DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED f f'C lUil 11F^ dlil 613 East Eighteenth St. Phone 3-072I* XV K BUY used sew in v machines. Kllle- brpw'a Pewtng- Machine Rfpnlr Shop. Ighth. Phone fl- 9 437. 91 SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn. Yen. we deliver Pioneer Mercantile Cnm- panv Phone 8-8581. 9-18-ff 800 TONS OF SOIL SULPHUR AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT We also have available a limited amount of fertilizers. v\ ( G13 East Eighteenth Phone 3-0729 78 TTKUT for 1(10 layinsr Ivns; dew-drop Witter ByMfin. Coll aflei 6 p. m.. phone 4* ^ S 0 4 S t J 5 SELLING OUT eypaun spreadinc business. Includes twn spreaders, mounted on ChevroJit 1 Mi -ton trucks- one iktp loader, and enough spread ins to pay fur eg ilpmcnt. Phone 684. Shafter. 73 FOH SALK—Freezing cabinet. steam lahle. B-foot show case, three booths, dishes, ptc. Pipe and fittings, binding rhains. jnck. tools, stftel gate. etc. 4.11 Warren slroct. Taft. Phone 9B6-R. 72 ONR Ifi-foot flatbt-d with good stock racks, Cull -1-4189. 73 XK\V VollK", Oct. 2:1. (UP) Store suit's attnirU'il somo att Uiin in tlu- RtcK'k market today but Uu> main list was easier iu foio- noon (Ipallnt:s. X(»rth American Aviation, n rn- rent finn sjmt, was up a small 1'rartinn in a nc-\v hlph for tho year, bul olhtT aircraft sluirea Itul u \V:i I t m :T ^ wer find York Central ... . , North Am^rl'.'iin A via! ion,,. — S ' • • r "t • * ' " ' I J .\lijt 1 I 1 t | 1 \ *.* ^ , ^ t ' - ' - i t + * *J»»J * <_ f i * * i ?M.I thorn Pa* ifi- < ;h <> MI! I MI . fi•_• Jas ;*nd Kleu' rir w ,.,. P:u'k;n<l Mnlnrs J M n A men* an A lrwH> a.. '.i I'M nvi'tnt IV tn r en .... I'« nm«>> ... _.. Rnllruad 10T» 1**4 17 t ' T 11- < U ' I ' I'luiin : 23 W 94 U < *hr**;lpr:i * *hr\ slor i4.l t (' |>i .1 ; f ''illnm n » - F - 1 v 1 n , 1 : \ . J V f lax i rn] 1 1 1 I f \ ••<! ni . i » • on|, f I of N. .J b % . ^. . M'Dlifuni L' . 46H 10^ • •»• •**•i f ; • • \ 18 j-r Tlu* Rfiioral tonclonry among AVall street tradrrs was to lighten and adjust mmmitmnnts ponding more MOWS of ihp npw Allied of- frn.sivo. in (Vrmany and tin- prug- rt»s« of Muc Art bur's mon in tho Philippines. Cbllds had n fraci ional gain to a nc'W 11144 high. Mai-shall KUMd oqualod its high at 1S\, but sold down to ]S-''i, otf -V May Department Stores made a n«'W tup for the yea i- on a minor aUvancv. American Airlines was an early feature on a two-point ri.su to a new high, but lost, virtually all ot' the gain on profit-taking. Liggott and Myers drnppcd a point and Blgolow-Sanford Carpet WMH do\vn nu»re than n point. Motors, slef'l shares and rails were softer. In the last group, however. Norfolk & Western ran up a full point. (M t^ i| \ i a in or * 'orp'Mv* * in* i r>t n ] t >. • J >f- t.'rrnvn ( Nn k A S*-al :n h >u ' -. U < hi JPI'i < Ml S< honl^y I*i«il,ll€ry ^"M > s, fi,'i*'hi;- k I'mon (*il „ v VH< -mini „. *-fu I'a* Hi-- ... -™,,.™* - 4 ** 30 »i 27% :; ;IM A '! I t'l .**» n'la nf i id a rd Six Issues Down on L. A. Stock Market 2;I. KLI^CTTM^ rassor. in good condition. 74 T.OS ANOKI.ES. Oct. Early sfork prices wore mixed today on the Los AnpoleH rftock Exchnngo with five up, seven down, and six unri landed on a slow turnover of :M;oO shares. Southern California Kdison rom- inon and Pacific Gas and Electric common showed slight pains, while Broadway Department Stores, Consolidated Steel common, Transamerica and Union Oil of California were down fractions. Dnpurl incut Pi or on com. 1 S Ml yti-ol ' oni ..................... IH MX*MPP Uil A .................................. \\:\ I'nrifio U;IP &. Klier Snmhrrn <"*;i]i forma J ; :dlson runt Radios, Musical Instruments Umo " 01) ° c caiirornt ;t Quick, expert service on all makes. Lota of prewar paria. Three days' service. Buck's Radio Service. Phone 2-6193 715 Washington Avenue. Oildale 75 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 1C10 Nineteenth street. 78 UPRl-JIT FIANO. $GO. Crocheted hed- Rpread. $05. Home canned fruit and 932 "Eye" street. 72 County Assessors Attend Conference Hid FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTOX RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3.27-tf HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radios. Bakerafleld Radio Supply, 2808 Chester nvenue. Phone 2-5150. 8-11-tf Coiuily Assessor J. 7T. Hanks and Paul Howard, deputy assessor, are attending the annual conforenc'o of county assessors with the State Board of Kqiiali/ation in Sacramento today through Thursday. A chief topic of discussion will he the effect on assessments of the many government holding" of land In California, according: to Air. Howard. The question of exemption for veterans will also be brought up, ho said. legislation, property valuation and office procedure will bo considered, the deputy assessor said, and an attempt will be made to arrive at an understanding of new conditions developing: as a result of war conditions. RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service 313 Bnker. _Phonc_g.9278. ._ Company, 4-24-tf Radio Re Fruits and SPftfMAL SALE — Strawberry pljints. vegetable and flower plants, unitiii sots, ii ud fetillzers; Colons, Ivy, d ru in, rnnn'iiPM with hloorns, Fowler'* Nursery. 111H. LIU Third HII-CPI. Phono '2 -4. r .S7 »r ^-OSSS. 77 We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0498 12-Mf PIANO WANTED — Hiphest cash prices paid for new and used pianos. Phone 8-8981. ____ 9-12- tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radios." Poaton Radio Service, corner of K snd 99 Highway. Phone 2-049 8. _ 2-1 -tf CAR AERIALS for any maua of car, $4.06 and up. Poston Radio, corner of K street and 9 9 His hwa y and Li vc»tock OFFERING a number of outstanding year- line and U-yeHi'-nld registered Hereford bulls. A. H. Kurpe. 1'hone 9-9671. ___ t __ 7 -l_q-tf ATTENTION. POULTRYMEN! Uur Market Is Open We Pay Tops for Fryers and Roasters One Uiock West of Euet Bnker»firld INiat Office llOfi Kern Street Dial 2-2458 BUADFOnD POULTRY MARKET FOR SALE—Two span ninres. one brood mare Groat. Phone 2-7000. of good work with colt. Mr. 7-19-tf WILL PAY highest cash price for your _ Piano. Call 8-8673. __ _ JL'l?T tf SIX-TUBE Phih-o car radio, like newT Ono bloi'k south, nno block west Brtin- dage and Oak. Phone 4-42^10. 74 Typewriter*, Office Supplies -^^ -^fc- -— - ^^ -^ -^fc. -^-- ^— - -— - -^-- -^~- ^- ^» -^». -^ -— - -— - -^ — ^^ -^ — -^- ^-- -^-- —- - j- ^ —-- **- m ^^m fm ^^^^^^ m mr^^mr^^f^^f^f m ^f^m^ mm ^f^m m ^^^^^f^tf^^f^^r^ m mf^^m fm ^f^^f^^f^^f^mr^mr m tm m ^mr^^r m lm^^f m im^ WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, adding macblnes, checkwrlters and cash re uls- ters. Lynch Typewriter Company. 16&0 avenus. *, - g9-tf . ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies nnd feed. We buy your eags. Chicks $15 hundred. 2219 Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or 2-9489. _ 2-Mf BABY CHICKS. $16 per hundred. New Hampshire Reds. Rhods Island Reds. Plymouth Rocks, Rock snd Red Cross. New shipment every Monday: order early. Plenty of metal feeders, fountains and poultry medicines. Ward's _t'arny Store, 2626 Cheater. 4-17-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We hnve colored broilers, rosstlng hens. Rtver- vlpw Hatchery. 215 Roberts Lane. Phone 2-93!15. 7-1 9-lf FOH SALE — National cash register In good condition Alnrtin's Secondhand Store at Pumpkin Center. 73 ^•^•k^^^^^ f>"^^^^^^^^^^ *^ t^ftom^mmp^^^^^^mmmmm^^m^^f ^ • -^f- AV^v ^nW^FW ^mf w^^^mmvm^mm^^^-^mm^^^m^^mi^^^m^^^^m.^^^^^^^m^^^^^m^^^^ti^^^^^^^^m^^^ _^.^^_.^^^^^^^^ WANTED— Small flat desk for office In home. Phono I Fruits and Vegetables HENS fcr sale, on Hudson Drive, house nn right. Route 2. Box 20G-A. Phone 2-8008. _ _ ____ 72 FOR PALK— One half Apalonsa half thorough hred mari* B(.-ntle. well reined ; one WDlt-bred salted bay ftelding. very showy hut Ken le one heavy hay n;are, puitable for small child or baby. Bar O Stable*. on roa 1 ir> Knrn County Park 72 nn _ 101 Vine Ripened Lug, 76c UY. SELL or trade, all klndn of livestock. Phone 2-atil'L'. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north of Purnpkin Center. 200 yards east of Huakina 1 1 OIK 1 . _ 9 4 flnt top rtp«k Kalke, Tt-gl<»r lOXCHANGH SxT oak for two kneehole desks. FOR SALK — One purebred registered Hereford hull, (s about 8 months old and from excellent «ti-k. Phone 1486. 1019 East ker St. Uersfield 10-G-tC FOR SALE— Roaitinff ears, at the field. 3 dozen for $J. One inlla south and half- mile west of Green Acres' more on Ho«e_d ale^H i tfh\vrt y. _ 7 3 FOTl SAT.E— Yami. lOc pound. Come to overpass, turn on Norrls. corner of Byrd and Norn.*. Phone l' WANTED to buy, 1 or 3 dozen layinw hftiR. Phone 2-73L'l or adilrew* \V. T. Rice. 607 Baldwin Roaii and Btve prlc« a t ui d_fja u rjj 1 1 1 o n . 7 2 70-OOVV DAIRY nnd equipment. Extra nice linrd and \\'lll Riinrantre test fur . Cn .'10 YOUNG ItElFEIlR. «ome springers. __. R f -"'to '!. J3nx 4!*4. P. _ L. Morgan. __ SPAN of yonne work hornns. harnp«s, Hcroper. two diHct!, muivinK machine, rako. ItTUie 3-Hx 4;t IV WR \VJTJ- have Miller' n lati- peachci for one more week. Excelli-nt for cnn- ninp. Flu Vfir i?» much tniprovod whon couked. AJurrill Fruit Uancli. itio Bravti. l-'OIt SALK— Kik'ht New Xenlantl \\ in id (in* 1 bu<'k. Jl'i; ;i Inn Sft Whii»» •n luyiiiB IIPHH. Phone 2-Oi'Oli. FHKSH LftAD of Wine-imp apples just arrived, JL'.,'..") per box or 6 pounds IH'r. Huy now for- the holiday K while pru ep arij lf>\v. Wntsonville Delicioua apples. $;i per box; 1.'. S. No. I white Tcjtm n i rum tain -Brown potatoes, $.'J. 50 a sack ; Hinall yarns. $1 pur lus; Kii'en toinaioes. BOr per IUR; 60-pound snck red or white onions, $1.35 tt anck, Brlnp containers for fruit. Open .Sunday. Karl Coale'n ^^Alarket.^144 N or tl^Chesler^n venue. _j2 CirCUMHERS—Nice ones, pit ked fresh for dailv niiBtorners. Come and Bft them. Potter Nursery 25KM Lake. 74 \VANTKP~Un«s t-dU's and KOH SALK or trade, 8 h^tid T heil'* i rH, 2 of fiiniliy cow?, junt frenh. our own terniH. rhone I' he i lor w» 2 <»r name 1 :'. 74 Dog» and Oth^r U. S. No. 1 Uuionnk potatoes. $3.73 per 100 Ibs.; U. S. No. 1 OreBtm Uusnet polalut-B. $11.79 per 100 Iba.: T. S. No. 2 Oregon Rn.HHet potatoes. $2.59 pt-r 100 IbH.; Newton Pippin apples, box $2.79. : j .S-lb. uvoraBt'. We iilnii have a fine snlectlon of \VaHhineton Delirious .Tumiihun npulen. "Whotrlon's Market Xn. 1, Twentlulh and Union. Cioi New crop, but. won't last long. Silrlnff or picklinu By the luff. $1.50 and up, Bring container!. ~- 71 !!530 Lah» Street FOR (o SALIC— Crist mountain apples, 11,50 %'J( per box. 206 Hurduig. 1'hone FOR SALE— Ox-Uer Sr-nnifl, fenialn. laffy CM> lor » ft inontha olil. prjce J1U. 71(1 \ViHtnrin Ntn*t*L Oihlale. 7^ FOR SALK—Two lingers, one 1'MHTND— One pair brown Terrlern wllh 6 PUPH. U not Hainn't! wiihln week will away. JMujnei-2047. 74 FOR SAI-K — Young red Cocker Spaniel male dog. *' Rusty" haw license and vurnnaiion. $10 this week only. Fhune . 2S1 Lhida Vl»ta Drive. 73 For Exchange— Ml »c«H«n«ou» j EXCHANGK 3x5 oak Pin«l« flat top desk for two kni-thole desks. Hotel Teteler. phone 8-5^11. , 74 ....i:.4 On oil Oil & ElectrU $4 oT i ?;i ISi'ornln of Indiana « nf New Jersey., .. 54 ! , i *- Ant-» Lmh! Tid« Company I Mot 01 H ... _, ii i l 4 • • - 1 ' t -m J alt kinds. . L Plume 2 707:",. 79 j FOR SALE—Special thla week, canaries, females $1. singers $7. Goldfish unc] mows. Phone l'-4u87. Fowler'r Ptt Shop. 1124 ThI rd. 72 TlfOKOUOHIlKED male Collip. 4 months old. fo.- Bale. Call after 7 p. m. lU'fi Il-nli <*m! 1 loin* Make Mimntf I in #•! MM Jmtri I Mn r\ f*,t f*r t \ Man v. ! .... . IT 4(1'* - - ' 4 UN •-*--'• *' T ;^N -o •I T* t. & n F - • IT •' M ..... „ 45% Oil .......... ^ __ M'ira A I'mun * )i: uf California, nnon raciflo I 'n ne<! A ir I-uieu 1 'mto'l Aircraft I'nn^l i Virpor?it ion ^ « OH a imp. Ht,itp!j Kuhtior . ,.. Air >*> IS 09 J 31 3 i 30H Ib i;i — . — Warner lirothern Pi'jturew _______ ..«..— 1 2 ., 44 .. 1 0 5 Elco. A Mfg ih V..un«»io\vn Kheet & Tube ...... « 3S»4 l.os Angeles Produc* l.nS ANCKIJJS, Ui t. :;!. (/p)—Tnuling in r ni;t.s iMul \ "Bt*tahlps \va« fairly KunU ' "iJ:t\ - 1-tM ( Ui.t*. K rti p* i s anil Kt»iu IK ky l>''MiKs frliiihtly st runner; celery, meh.'iia, pr-iu h"s anil coi-n firm; rnuMlnwcr weaker. Apples: I'cr ru-t.. \Vawhin«Lon Jonulhuns 1 7. jO . M a ho D'Mirinnd $7 '/t S ; Wat- L? iti*llcri»nir. -I-tier (3 t* (i; Utah *t;ii king Drlu-iuiis. ^ U inrlu^ S,"i, 50 '(/• ti; x, \VuHhmtiUm, all vunctiua Mixed Trends Mark S. F. Stock Market .\Kp;n-:ii;tis: Lo..;il, extra f;in<.y nnil f-d :>si: Ih.; fancy i:.H'-:Me Ib,; Imperial \alli-y. hunched, extra t^'lcct :iOc Ih. Avurndos: NahaN Hi y-lOc Ib.; Hzum- n:ts L'Ow-l'.'n: ll>.; JJickinson's ul'f-hlouin i-'M(M-tc» 4Oc Ib. Uoaiis; Konlnckys, IUCH!, 8:111 DirKO • nuniy and nurthui n I 0 «'tp U', lu Ih.; Vul- f'Mliiu.'H JO'TMlV- Ih.; LliniiN, local and Sun Un-m) ctHiiuy, bush I0 f i(il-c Ih. liroceoli; lend emit a*. Sunta Barbara cntinty H.7u^ ,'i; S.mtn Claia onunty 1C; jnvilltt J-l.BO. local 8 tf l»c Ih. iMM'l sprouiM: isituia Cruz, iced iniH $:i©3.10; No. 2.-* T'.jt- 11>. ("itiruis:. Hunched, local, a doz. $I,50<9 1.7fi; iced cruu-K. Simla Mnrla. *i dnz. $;i.60 ^;i.7G; Salinas, (i duK. $a.7y; topped, loi-'ai &U-11). socks $l.:T>ftf 1.50. t'nbbjiKe: i.ncnl. Cannon bsi 11, r rales Jl!"t^. jo; iiO-lh. HiickB I'tah 10«rj 7. r >c; red cal'baw. local and northern J4. f>0f(i' 5.;"»0. <'niiialoui OH: J.ocnl. .SRUKUB utul Lit- tloiock, H a l*»'s Boat, jumbo 3'iB nnd laiKfi- $.T.i»0<(( 3.30: cannbnM, San Joanum vnlli«v, jiiinbn f.K-Rs $2. L»K ® U.flfi: Pi»r- suiiiH. local and Sun JoHiiuin valk-y H(> Ib. ('a nl 11 lower: Local Hnmvlmll. lot nice crati's, tint i itnnu-d 7JLio$l; Santa Clara . ouniy 11 Si l.LTi. <Vb-ry: J<ot-nl rasrnl, 20-22-inrh * rat PS $1MC -J,:>0; Slurdee. crnlpn. Santa .Maria $:',.'_'.Vn'3.r,f); Walsonvillo *3.1'5; Stockum, ilorn; Kern county. rniU i 5, ("rowH, 7 duz, $4. - J3 fiu 4,;'>0 ; lugs H-3 l a dual, $1.^5(151.50: local t lieltl rnrn COKii 85i\ <:ut f nnihpt\s: 1-nciiU Sun Dieeo county and nnnhprn fi.Ti' lb. t $1.25 IUK. KCKplnnL: I.ucal and Cuachella valley, 8$MO«: |h. l^iKfl: Lorfll, Brunnwirks 1 n tfi? 1 ^o Ih.; Ka clot as, 2 -layer flatn $ I. BOW 1.75; En- cinllRH. Hrown Turkey H, 1-laynr flats $1. cs: Ban Jnaifiun valley, Rihiern ; Ib. ; Oliveti^H 12f(Mlr Ib,; LurH Tnkays 1 I*t 11>.; Un-al Conconln and I«H- bPllaB 8*tt>9r ib,: Mnwcais, Tokays, Mai- URUrt ni)«l ]{ibierjn 1 Oo Ib. Lrtlurn: I>ry pni-k, Hnnta Rnrhnra I'ounly, San 1 -ui« Ohlwpo mumv nnd Wal- Honvillp. rratf8» 4 dux. I3.u0tf3.75; S du^. Unions: pireH BulPfl Spaiilfth, lornl, BO- II)- HJU'kn .STif^ftl; rodw. hn-al and San Joaqiitn vallpy $1^1.75; Whlhs filobes, f>0- Ib. rackN. local $l,f*0' f ri i L 7.1; bailors, local White (jlob(*H JlL'.fiUtfr L 1 . 7o. IVarhe?: Koatnnnni- Viifixlpa Knnninolfl, R^rt and Ia rfior U. 7r Ib. ; Nan Joauuin VH!ley MHloi-H, Irtto fiitH and Inrtfer 9c Ih.: riah. biiHhpl hankotH 1-IlberLiiH. clouninfi up. nrdlnniy to fair condition $1.50^3. PPJIS: Hnshol tnbflt Korn county $4; Arroyo (Jrande 14,!k- Ib. rears: Bartlpttn, Little Rock 9^!»^ic Ih, ; Ilnrdys, WniMonvMlo 4&»5c Ib.; Hose \V:itiKmvlllG 4^'5f: Ib.; Anjoun, Wntmm- villn 5ffi' fi 'in |h.; ( v nnih-p, Wat»unvllle Ih.; Winter Nehs, Santa Clara ! 111. BP|IH, InrnK Sftn Dieffo rotinty nnd northern 9tf/ lti» Ih, : «n-pn Chili 8W Ih.; yellow Chill S'yl^o Ih.; Jaiopinos Ih. unions: T.nr nl nml Pnn Joaqnln alley 8-%lUc Ih.; iVw fnin-y I: >:i i13u Ib. Potat'ie^; Stn-H Hitler. 100-lh, Hin:k«. Ion whit* 1 * SaimuH and Tpharhnpl V. S. I -A $:l. aO fit) ;>. 4U ; Hui banks and Slorkton L'. *S. 1-A $fl.4»<M> a.frO; Idahn V. S. 1-A $.1.10^i--3.:i:i; JJliss Tn- ijinphJ*. Utah t\ S. 1-A $;M7. SunasJi: \Vhiit; HH miner* Ior 4 aK San Diryu county nnd northern $1(^1.^6: Italian, INI^I | ( San I>JPKO count y and north* *Mu vrir'if $1, LM: Yellow *'n>oknoi'k. lural, Sa n Dicyo Bounty and run-thorn Jl ^?' 1, 5*»; Itu nana t IOCH t and San Di* k Kn rounly * 'v^ ll>.; lluhhard lie Ib. : Table Uueen and .SUM Ju;uiuJn higs $ I, 'Ja ^ ].THh Sweet poiHot^s: hoi H! and Han Joaquin v;t I ley. a 11 vanol lew. bent Ji la 'U fi. ^\: Ih. ; Jumhus 3 'u- -to Ib,; C^mbination 4$P 5c Ih. Tninaloes; Loral, San Uicfto Bounty and Ventura county IURM, 4x^3 to SxHa li'fli* C. fiO; Nipumo and San Luis Ohispn. BxTis and f>x«s $2.25^2.50: Santa Maria, f>x5« and r»x*is $L' ift 'J. G^ : Walsonvllle, i!-1aynr. l\;»fl to nxtiH $^; Sunta Barbani. 2-lajer, -Ix5« to ixlSs $1.751^2. Government Bonds SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 23. Stock trading brought fresh new hifc-h marks for a few stocks in the midst of mixed trends today. At new peaks were Calaveraa Ce)- mcnt preferred, up ft to 61*£, and North American Aviation, Gal land Laundry and Southern California Edison common, up fractions. Western Department Stores common lost % and the preferred ^, Southern Pacific % and Transamerica 14 to 9*4. Stock— Clow Calav. Cement pfd -««...«..«..^*.. 81 Catnrplllnr Tractor 48 rrown Xellerbach , —.».....„«„„.„. 20*4 - - - — r - H-rv----*VH-lHV-rH^ VT w ^^ • • • • ^ m ^ ^ ^mf f S ^H Kmporium-Canwell pfd.—.....— „ 51% lul Mercantile « , 17 *• • f I I I 14 ff »" « - *-^im,r,m*m 1 •••• •••••>Hf •• • ^lUpjigi ^ Marrhant Calculating « 22U Monaaco Manufdcturlnp ,™*.«- *.1.<6 National Auto Fibers » Pacific Public Service pCd ™ ^ 21 R. K. A U. Company « K Flhfotn M^nufarturinfir * 19 Snmhern Pacific «..„ 31« Standard Oil of California.,™.— 3* Tide Wafer Oil ™.._«^ 15 Tninpunierira ^*-*..« T-njon Oil of California.^ „, Universal Oil 14^ Western Department Stores „« 2 Western Popftrtmeut Stores pfd 2 Yoserniie Torlland pfd - - 8% Los Ang«U» Livestock LOS AX(?ffLKS. Oct. 23. (UF) — Cattle salable 60000. Fairly active, steers steady i<> ^r* tents higlicr, other claues largely steady. Medium to ffood fed ateeli common to medium ate«rs : medium to cood heifer* IS; common $9.75; medium to «ood rows $10.a5^1^,GO; cutters to common $7.75i$iO: cannera anrt cutt«r» lfi©7.5«; medium to son.] hulls $0,50^11.50; vtock- PCH nnd fpedern steady; srood fl«shy feedffra heifern $10. JO; stock cows < 'a I vox saluhlo 1400. Fairly &ctlv«, strontr to 2C rents hlffher. M«dlum to oii'p ransfi* ca!\'pH $11. 50(^13. 50. Hops salable i::00. Active, fully steady. Medium to choir* 180-240 Ibs. $1S.75; hoiivier wolphts $16; medium to choice sows $11.50$H5. Hhoop salable 300. No sales, food to choice woolfd lambs quoted $13.60^11. Cotton Futuros NK\V YORK. OVt. 23. (&>>— H«df« sell in? featured limited trading in cotton futures today with offorinus absorbed un tho Hca.e down through mill buyinv. The December position was weak, as most of the southern selling was con- rent rated in that delivery. Traders hold to the sidelines pending further developments on the government cotton proKnim and trade conferences at Memphis tnmorruw. where plans will b« d*- vplnpod t'nr tho Industry. Late afternoon prices were unchanged fo 40 fpntfl n bate lower. December a 1.6;",. Match 21.71. and May 31.72. Ku turps eloflod 10 to 50 cents a bale lowr. Decemlier 21.«3. March 21.68, May 21.71. July 21.45®2L47, October i'0.7S hid. Middling spot 21M4 nominaJ, etc 13. Poultry and Cgff» LOS ANGKTKS. Oct. 23. (UB— E«»B: sH le prioea consumer grade: Large. A 5«^r»7c. (trade B 34<ff37c; medium, snidti A &G!&5-c; small, grade A NEW YORK, Oct. 23. prices of bunds on the New York ijtock Exchange: 2!i:s. 70-6R, 100.5. H'jtail pricus to consumer: Large, \A «7^6iK\ Krade A 6508«e: grade B 4. r ic; rne'liunu trade AA 59® 60, «rade A MfcMOc; small, grade A 32(8)870. Candled erad^rt OKBR to retailers (casw): T,argo, (trade AA 59tf40c. Brade A B7® r>Sr. cratle B 3S@40c: medium* grade A f>8<?; *small. grade A 2S®34e, utter unchanged Ht OPA ceilings. Los Ang«I«s Hay LOS ANHKLES. Oct. L'2. (^)™AlfaIfa mid grain hay priroe were unchanged ex- milt for No. 1 barley S24G>SS. t\ S, No. I $:94i-20,50, U. «. No. 3 green or I\ S, No. 1! It^afy $:7®Si».50, U. S. No. 3 $lM1i20; No. 1 oata $30(6/22. Car- Int arnvals: ?o whent. 33 barley. 11 <orti. 4 oats, *~ m\lo, J- flour. & cereal. 8'J hay. OBITUARY NOTICES FOWLER. SARAH —Kuni?ral aprvlroa fnr Sa i ah Kn\vli*r. 7 7. who ttlud Oetnher Jn t n lnr;i I hcMHtal, will he ht'lil In Ydkima. \\nsh,. \vh*'i-n tlia Imdy IH ht>inu Pi-nL hy llnpson AlorUiury. Mra. Fowler i*4 £tirvivo(t by her HOIIW, fiohert Fowler, iial.t'ranfjUf; .(ess Fowler. Montana, and < 'ha i Irs rowler. YaltJtna, Wanlj. ; iluuwh* M-P, MI-H. lUUh BurnoU. Monlana; Mrs. r:n-e )t:c>. Wrrhrnirton; Mrn. Huhy i'nr- iiol, \Yatjhinst on, :t nil Mis. Arrow Smith. \Y:ishlnpt«n; rhildren ; hi ot hrrs. Ala i tin 'I'tu kvr ami Hill Tucker, h^th of Mom ana; a Jl \ H. A In r Pronto. Washington. l ( *owlf*r was a member of ttie Pre**l»> * M tan Cliui t tTI.KS. 1OIIN B. — Kunornl Rprvlrntt fnr John M. KulkA, who <|iod October It* ni \vcro h"ld Ocluhor 1 at In* ^ .:;n p, in, fir, ihfl J.tn^cn t:hn pel, tLMiiHMU HUH m Shal'tor CrnioUMy, hpareia wore t)liver Sly. Hu^h Hftinilton. Jinn y Hamilton, i>onm?I Oiovt-s, Hud ronuell and Klxie Hainiltnn, Mr. l"ulk« is survived bv his Hotirt, I*. i-ocuH lirove. Ark ; '1\ l\ Ku H, L. Kulks. Fr**smn; rlnuehters. Mrs*. l>. Al. Stt'ol, Slial't^r; MTM. O A. lU'l- hipir IMmrfiix Air s. -f. <"!. Cirinnu* n On kland: :10 Riniuj-bjidrtMi i«ud U Brandchildr en. Su ang, sii. \\ore today at . 4 Mr\ STRANfi, MKRMIN fur Ah* i v)m nt Si artui n Mv: svjn "rt, niat huH«l inn IP s hi- 1 ' with full inihta ry ^ p, in. Ir the Ma, son U: St • are, who was killed at !> lark well.** t'ui iicr on October 1<J in an accident Involving a tni*k, was born ITI Taft on Man h I'li. I 4 ' IS. ajul at landed local ihrotiBh h'«h 8i:hool, nnd before the ^orv n-e wa» in the employ nf Standard Oil Company for two yearn. He is the son of Mr, and Mr». Evan L- Srritiuc of A venal* «L which place he, too, hud lived for tho last fiVQ years. Beaidea his parents, Air. Strang Is survived by a h rot her. Lor in Strang ot A venal; a grand mot her, Mrs. Julia T. of Taft: two uncles, Alan M, of Tuft and Lout* Oraff of Graan V:.il!i»y t and an aunt, Mrs. Edna Strang of Long Rpdctu Mr* Strang wa* a mem- bor of Taft Midway Lodge No. 4^«» F. £ A. M Tl'.ii Staffer Funeral Home is MI ' hfi i•«i* vt ail arrangement* and inttMinen: will be in West Sido Cemetery, h STIKKKR. HANNAH-Funeral Borvurs for AiiH. Hannah Wtikkor, 6«. who died - 16 ac Fairfax, were held Oc«0 at 1:30 p. m, at Guy W. Company Chapel. San An- EMTM(*nt was m Ci press L&wn i unibs. SurviviuK Mrs. Stikker are snns Perry t;. Randall, BakersfioM: Allen Stikher. Dal ton. Neb.; a daughter. Mrs Ilogo B, Cortelyon, Fairfax. sisiers, Mrs. \V. 3, Heck, Baktrs- f-old: Mrs. Annie Day and Mrs. Lotus Thurnpsurr Colorado Springs. Colo.! Mrs, Mn t ilda Prat her. Omaha. Neb.; Mr** ilnu -^ Joluidnn. i-ovant, Kan. ; brothers, y, \V. Kherlo> and P, W. Eherle, Bak^ p. <V Kl-tM !o, KuIlertoLi: a H, D. Curulyuii: erranddaugh- ler, Juhan Onrl*M>nn t IN APPRECIATION M'e wfnh to t»^prc«3 our apprertatton fnr kijulnoHH ami Rymnathy of our friends and for their htiiuuful floral offerings during our recent bereavement. (Signed>: Mexican N;itiotialfl Section* 18 and 19. UNION CEMETERY MONU (WER CONTA1 !AVE MARKE LOWEST PRICES Office Within rounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digbr CHAPEL Distinct!v« Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7M1 Chaittr Avtnu* at ThlrtMnth J. C. Fliefclifif • Fmk AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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