The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 6, 1933 · Page 16
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^m — - — f f l r f L IJ x v - r • - ^ ^ L UARY-6 h - - l\ I .' '• .'f, -(!•:•;:•'.-. -^ i- • t f-_ '3 J * ~ 1 I- - --'•s .1 H . ' ,.l I < h • -i r. ** it J 1 '. vil ' t 4*- ±'l i <* I >: r*-j '' i. ." •- -V* .- . - T, * J t. J •' HW, s'~ ,T /• / ,r • - - *- *• - *. • j h F OR convenience of patrons The Bakersfleld Californlan ngents Hated below will receive dlasslfled advertising nnd. aub- scrlpUons at tho regular rates: OTLDALBJ Olldale Pharmacy AUVTN E. Dawfion Store - TAPT Mariposa Cigar and Newa Co. MARICOPA Gate City Pharmacy , T McICJTTRICK Templeton Drug Co. PBLT^OWS Waggoner News Dealer SHAFTER Shafter Drug Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News Stand McFARtiAND August Chandler The Callfornian Carrier ^ H bfttiANO Mitchell Bakery TEHACHAPI Tchachapl News Stand GRAPEVINE McLarty'B Store LEBEC Lebec Coffee Shop REWARD C. Christian 4 TUPMAN Elk Hilla Mercantile Co. For Rent—Houses - — - -^- — ^ •- -*——- jfc^^a__^^^ M fc_^»_^>jfc^^».^_^^»_ ^tl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^P^^^ 1 ^^^*" 1 ^^'^'^^^^^ • • ^ ^ FOR RENT—Furnished, modern 6- room, |40. Water paid. Phorte fl26. Henry Elseler. • .' 18-87-tf COMFORTABLE 2-room cottages for two. 12.00, $2.50 week; liihli, fffctw fre*. Hirri tnlloi east on fidlion highway, lUlnbow flmlct Station. UNFUnMSIIBD beftutlful modern dupltt, in M ilrloted reildontfiJ (llitrlct, B*nt, 925. p»ld. 810 Qulncy itreet. Phonft 4149-J. 188 von RKNOV- Dimlex, nicely furnlihocl. Thrw romi, and etrwrfl. Tnauirt 728 Twenty-fourth itreot. Phone 1816-W. 1ST Number 2604 K street, three rooms, 12; No. 1609 D street, four rooms, 12; No. 1708 Twenty-fourth street, Ive rooms. $13. R. A. Moore & Son, 1615 Eighteenth street, Phone 433. 138 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED B-room houses, clean and modern, at $26.00 per month. 4-room modern house, $20.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phono 1298 1-5'tf FOR KENT—Court cotUce, partly furnished. O»- ra«e. Wit«r p«!d. Nlw yard. $20 a month. 17S7 Blanche ttreet. • • M» HOUHKS for rent, furntihed and unfurnlihed. $12.60, $30. with two acres, $20.00. K. H. White, 1881 Cheiter Menue. Phone 1110-W.t 188 POH nia^P—Unfurnlihed B-room houie, with screen porch. 814 Chester avenue. Phone 1BM«W. nBNT—UnfurnlBhad dupler, four roomi. wrr- ice porch. O«r§g«. Water paid. $28. 407 Bifhl- oenth ttreet. For Sale— vH « - ^ -^^ -^w ^V • ^. • i. • i A TREMENDOUS ItBDtfC^JON IN OUR 1938 CLEANUP DRIVfi 1932 Chev, coftch, like new, only $485. 1980 Chevrolet special sedan, ^effect shape, $535. v A 1931 Chevrolet special coupe, $896* 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe," $386. 1930 Chev. standard roadster, $185. 1929 Chevrolet^couch, $250. , > 1930 Ford sport coupe, $226. 1920 Ford spojrt roadster, $18G, 1980 Ford pickup. $235. . \ • 192R Ford pickup, $135. 1927 Nash coupe; perfect, $150. 1926 Naah roadster, $75. 1924 Chevrolet sedan, $25. ,. COMPANT CORNER TWENTIETH AND M For Sale- 1- ' ••- .v (CASH AND ' 100 LbB, ( Rocleaned, Highest rade d' t L ! •. - -I'. •: j i -. r L" r r ii r? •T- I i / t.' *•»! '*«•< s s l-rt ,*T SS^^Hsl^S^ASS VJ f ;-_. 4 j , i s maeh, In doth bags, $1. ;;-. e 100;; pound* scratch, IIJO. v V 100,pouttda,cracked>lndlan cprri t , §1.20. QANN & BOSS, OlldaleV Cal f. 1','rl 4-. I X 3*. IV 'J. 1 * 'f.. I" i r TEN h« ill \>,, :-* .!-. •4*^1 • ~• ' ! ri ,ft?^ i^fc ISft! ' r f- - I- *V . L T- ' J'OO tBS. HBN SCfcATfclfr Il.tO, \ - -Y- 100 Iba. recJeaned wheat, $l;00, > 100 Ibs. layjnaah (coUon.Wjrs), $1.85. 76 Ibs. ROTjLED ^BARLEYmOOo. ( MANY MORE NOT ' At>VER*ISEJ5 BAKBRSFIELD GRAIN COMPANT Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue ; 10-BS-tf BARGAIN on (Merer'carts, * scales, e«h register!, m«»t tlle«r ( mtaurant flitur«.- CofriDlet«,; Ntw and: ui*d.' Hhofccaia i§f«, •- gffi Bak«,, : 109 fc_j ^±. J ^L^ ^^— ^._l. x" ' ^L ' A l — ' ' J ^P " ORANGES, ORANGES—Large iwacl naffli, IliSS. Julc* k branoi, 00, >*mi. '.Ddriblr/ftrilfcvClte* nwfd..-.-;ghon»'aeoa>\v. •* - ' ; "••*.* rm, WOOD—Hem«mbfrr JPeoplo'iy Wood Yard, : ., All "WftdirddWrtd,\honMt menure.jlfio pi* it« •tid op. • U« Parlflo streot. Phohfi 0386. JBIUSBV oiitoin, -, T. three ''ffUloni per . day,',' $4 ile A. 40 ctntl •Mh.Vtwo fori fa W* ^«flPjmjgJtt BE)mCftAtmtftfi^YSTgli 4 ffi^^•^ l l^% i ;j ; ^atolo»^.i^idi^/ ?;: r3r*fri; v r-.-::'; ;y;:-^:V^^'W ;^'-; v^foaiBt' 4^iK^^-::':-^/.r. ' Si " K" ITinJ*. LA*taa*'-'*^ifc*3^ipl*lti/5"i-2s l rji?'ii*A ' 'N' j -v*'* l .^ \- '^ ^'.-*y vi% ' * v " -» •- FAT rabbit fryeri} 40 «nti, •uh, v two ; i * ' ' t • 1 i " '•* t- ^ •-•.-— ' — -~ • i * 1h j . ouy rabbit r mmua. 'v Southwn Pacific - '\ HilMnti* noHh^ W98t * - '.t. B 'T :^ i* -*?-*. •* » WIM> o*na*lian Honker *%*!• iih Ownt pulUti ,wd'' qlieil, < ^ .j ^ j -j CHinOPRACTOIX THE)/STATE OF ^ AND ^QK THE COON .? Jbhft fill line Kobertfl.iPlaintlffe, VH. ueor i 1 Sullivan,, rfohn Doe. : ttobert R< Po«,r t!lrat ; DoetjCorboratipni Dbe;;CbfppratlOn,' Third ~ n -- •4" .va •-L.""-, !"-••-/ •W t! **Vv,. ,^1 ^ . r ' - -t^. m \ FOR SALW— one , T-y*aritfirt laddi Compi«l« KUetrotherioy Berrlce^ Foot : CoH«liohi a,tr5* Doe* Second Do^And '- ' Frulte; and j*+ f^Auiv—viiv r/ f •jrv»r«inav f »nivn*Di*» iwauiv- horwr Mftatltnt btfrtU r«m. nttbral fojt trotur. .pail^SSSt: 0 "?^ 1 ^;I^•raAU^o^.rri.t. ,i.(,o>, ]„„. 1806 One mile '.west Bio Brato CotK* ^^ *- r L • • ^ ^ ' ^* ™"T T» ^^ « ^^ f ~ w "• \ * "^ ^^ J P^~ • ^ Roomi in-Ul-no Morian Bulidtni mt-'ChMttf; " M J -i _ r* :*i.\ Urtdetf And by, virtue of .ft Foreclosure Issued out 6t"tHt^above named Court in the abov,e«itlUda» " - -/ 1031 Ford coupe, $325. 1981 Ford coach, $335. 3ft30 Ford coupe, $285. •_ ' 1929 Ford coupe, $175. " 1929 Hubmohllo coupe, $250. 1930 Essex sport coupe, $27C. 1929 Ford 1%-ton truck, -$195. 1927 Ford .1-ton truck, $BOi OTHERS 9 CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The Callfornian will not be responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over tele- phoho unless correction is made immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE Special Announcements SHBT> apartment*. Nineteenth and D. Orerituffed furniture, OTrtgtdatr*. 5-room hooie, 1915 Or an go. Apply 2031 Nineteenth itreet. grd- cery itore. Phone 5524-J. H6 AK ATTaACnrfl apartment In court..Hea»onahle. Tniitun avenue and A street. .Qreengable. 137 HER in IT IS—A clean, cozy, convenient 3-room flat. Bath, and big: garage. 1525 Thirteenth street. 338 FOR KENT—Singlo anct double apartment. Oror- stuffed furniture. Continuous hot water. Ota and light paid. B«nt reduced. Francis Apartments, 2690 Cheater avenue. t 139 FTJIIMBIIED apartments. Clean. Three rooms, bath, two screen porches. Garage, water free. Adults. $15.00. Inquire stand, Twenty-fourth and N streets. yourself this assertion.: We^contlnue to sell feed,-for less than afiy advertised price. . -.'. v , ,v No limit to recular. oustpmors. No dealers, no tricks, no phones.- u Business Is good. - : ^=' MERCANTILE CO. < .'• ..',-• 4-4-tf G. W WtUJNOHAM, houift.morer. Office 1813 Chnter STonuB. nakwsflald. . x -;.- 149 SUPPLY of druii and doctors' instrument! for ial«, .to close estate. Write U R. Mil 11, Mo- Paris nd, • ." ' ; 189 At-Bdlion. Phone 35-P-4. - • ^F ^ ' -* H - . 188 FOR 8 ALB—Rh«d* Iiland R«A pulltti and cock _ I • .. ± < .A. " -— ** '• . J 1' . * —. '•-fc" L '," *s~.'» blr^l' - ». .-. __ •:..'*. ' - Poultry and Livestock rOUi;rilY JUAflKET, Mallard duelci. 05 c«nt§ <*ehl colored frrers, aa.;cenU ^j^L i *_*•*__ ^ -_ '•._'_ 'A . - •. fa. . .4- —-_ • f r 1982, aftdan Border , o the 27th day, 6 r December, •, , |. i » '*• -' H ' ^#hUe. hem, two 'for 05 eanltf Dr^Bwrf, ^drtwii ,«hd UeUt«red free. Plioiie 4008,- 39M North .Jc^treetC^-.^;- . -,,'. - .-•^v;-;;/--v^m ARpB, cbolct fat fry«ri and youni, heavy hem, 85.. «nti pound; young ducki, 20 c«nta .pound. BrttobUand dellrered free. RI>«Tl«^'a^tchtrr. 1 WANTKD-UitU Drtiiurr iy»t«m. :_• 1'hona 41B6-J. ;' '•••.'. \ . -/^--'*;* ^^. IVt VQH SALK-^t heni and rabbiti, ^ Ctumer*! Poultry and Babbit nwoh, B«*rUiloy arwiue. A . ' Ah &4 _ >f - •' — . ^ _. •• - i* . _ _ _. ^ >. SWEDISH 'MA§SAG? CAttD*s»- i 'Bv«A»?''- 'rlltouciNb i '••:/ ; ;CM^irr|l«te iKSTlTliTB OF HTDR V » «• *^ ^"^ ^»-« ft e f :.rd- Dccrtse -•f ' •> \. ' ,,-;;-.- -, i : ;^ . ^^ ^f » Mo! sum at tho date Of th v 1 Stntt ,8 a, at, to.l p. hf.W # Wion» 5MI „' - ' i. * f •''.^-/'^ •f^--*" *\', U5t ^ W- flood condition 1 and cheap for cub. ^ 30-lNCU oak, $6.00 tier; Eucalyptui, |5.BOHer; cotton wood/$8.35 tier; 7 block wood, $3,00 ilerj. -iJ-lnch oak wood, $4.00 tl«r: cotton wood, $3.75 'tier; block wood, f2.75 tier. 1 4TO Waihlngton 1 VNION Poullry Mirketi 200,North ChMtcr avenue. t". Wanted to arenue, Olldalo. Phone 3292, • USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester , Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 FOIl HALB-Nearly new boya' ititt, like 13 years; cood overcoat, slee 11, cheap. 20121,O street. Phone -I458-J. ..'.:.-.•;. PINK—Cleaning, preailng. repalrlngv altering, ladlee* and men'i garments; Flrat-claii work. Low price*. 2430 L street' Telephone 2710-W. •'•'-,.••. 157 and roaiti. Free delivery. conn "pound. We buy poultry. Diwki, IT Uuhdry (Urrlce UneM*Uea-rThat Ii'Our/fllogin • 'i ' ' <T*n Dtffertht' 8cHlrti*,a>ld y' \''' " •* - M ,; Zor|p,OdorleM DrrCUitfln§A... ; '•• ,'' V CITIZENS LAUNDttt .*;':- f \ BUteanth and O BtretU • ./'" - Phone Ml total of upon yatd tatter Bald D* nunV, which salC was on the.!2th Recorded- In Jud Court at .page By the terms ^ of L^ date of v. ••';":v-;: ; Q ^i>er ; .an^^';u; j saddle^ Paul teenth street. ^3 ••- •— -^-- " -- --T ^ -^ — ^ ^^t w— T v v i ornung, 1606 Nine , , • . ! • - " 144 WELCHRIDING Fon^SALB or tr*d», 00 head IloUUln.cwri.-*for WANTED 3BOO 4 or 0-foot irrape itakei. /Lak«rn yhlte-fwed fwdera or y6un§ range cw«.. irtfek Fai-mB Co. Phone 4«lfl.. Cornet 'Unloh ; and I*u.t*lot, Route 8; Box 7T ( v/ : , - ^89 | Truitun.iY«nue.n P. O. Boi 1371. ^ 141 FOIl SAUi—Fut hogs. Carl \V< Haaff, Bout* 0, ' . . 188 LADY SCIENTIST Lc^al Notices NOTICE OF THE HEARING REPORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 7D>. PLATES—BRIDGES REDUCED PRICES CLEANED, $1 DR. FLETCHER EAST BAKERSFIELD 910 BAKER STREET 139 LOST— Blatk and white bird doi, Pointer. Tear old. Aniwers to namo of "Shot/' Ilettird. Phons 1285-n. .137 IForRent—Farm RANCHES for rent, also house in Oildale. 1024 Sixteenth street, Balcers- fleld. 138 For Salcs~Improycd Property W*B HAVE aeveral Tery attractlTb houses and lota for iale or exchange for: ranch property. * Warren-Retgan, 807 "Baker itreet. 1ST FOR SALE—5 acres. Improved, with 3-room house, family orchard, chicken equipment, strawberries, USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1925 Bulck sedan, 9100. . 1029 Ford 8-axle truck, 9350. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, 9100 down. 1981 De.Soto sedan, 9175 down. 1929 Dodge D. A* sedan, 9125 down. 1981 Do Soto 8 sedan, 9125 down. BAKERSPIELD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 2286 158 STRAYED — Two mules from district, one brown and one black. Weighing: 1400 pounds. Notify BI» dart Brothers. Phone 2891-R. Route 2, Box 198. _ 133 h • Personals '^ _ THE 1WU)T WHO WAS GIVEN THE TABLB- CWXTH CHRISTMAS EVE AT PJOOLY- STOHB BY MISTAKE. KINDLY TO BTORE MANAGER. 137 good well and pump. All for 92500. ' 1409 18th st Elmer P. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 1926 Naah standard sedan, 985. 1028 Essex coupe, new paint, rubber. 9126. ' • 1029. Ford sport roadster, «• wire wheels and trunk rack, $17u. Chrysler 62 sport coupe, 9225. 1931 De Soto do luxe coupe, $400. 1920 Ford coupe, 9185. 1'930 Nash coupe, 9335. Phone 831. 158 WANTED—Model A Ford for cash. Eighteenth street. 1-5-tf Not over 915MO. Call R170. 13S FOH HALE—Modern IH-icre chicken ranch. 0- toom houte. Atio 4-room houto In rear. Will incririee $1800.00 equity for $350.00. Phone 5128-11, Hmjte 5, Box 328. 138 IMPROVED ACUE—Small hous», well. Arp Addition, 488 Bewililey flienuo, half-mile west Tllrerrlew bridge. W. Btokar. FOIl BALJ;—Bit acres JuM outaldft of BakcrBfteld, south. $3500.00; $500 will handle, w. T. uin., GUARANTEED radios, new and re- Radia,^MusicalI Instruments SHEET MUSIC—Ali popular song hits. Largest stock of sheet music In the city. Phillips'Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" streets. 139 103t Chatter itenue. PARTY la known who took ladlea* black coat by mlatake at Panama New Years ere. Pleaae leave at Ralph Smith Grocery. 1P18 "l!j-o" street, questions aiked. 138 PORBCLOSURB baigaln. 7-room house. Hardwood floors In three rooms. Biff B ere en porches, Daiement. Lot 125x150. Four years ago ap- possessed pianos. Low prices and terms. All contracts carried by us. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler Bldg. 158 praised M $8500. Needs palntlna. MortKaaa • VT1J ,« r „.,„„„„. - ,__. _-i_ A ,> »,»i*«i^a says sell for $3300. Terms. $300 down. I NEW shipment of! low-priced guitars Financial balance easy payments. 1609 Nineteenth. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1-6-tf Immediate Service; No Hod Tape FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 Twentieth Street. • Phone 391. 158 Wantedito^Rentr^Farm Land WAITED to rent or lease. 40 or 60-trre Improved ranch. Must be reiiontblo. Wrlto Dot 70S, Th» Callfomlan. 1£8 FOR LEASE—Rtz acrei, Juit .outihle of city llmlti Foulh. Ideal for chickens. JTousos, ccrralli. lumber, etc. W. T, RJce. 1031 Chester avenue, For Sal Automobiles just received. Really good instruments at unheard-of low prices. Phillips Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" streets. 139 IFor Sale-—F' u \r n i t u re 2-riECK valour oven luffed let. $17.50: 2-piece tapestry ore n luffed int. f 22.50; 9it2 AimlnitM rua, |10. Dart a Furniture Eichwiffa, 2103 Clieiter avenue. ' 138 Walnut Dining Set, 5 pieces, $13.50. Velour Overstuffed Chesterfield, $10. Used Wilton Hug. 6x9. $7.00. IVAN U HAMM Phone 341 1100 18th' St. 153 HORIZONTAL 1 Withdrew. 7 Symbols of royalty. 13 Oat grass. 14 To press. 16 Tribunals. 17 College official. 18 Weight allowance. 19 Lays a street. 20 Writing fluid. 21 Ana, r 22 Sagacious. 23 You and me. » 24 Insect. '25 Coniferous t tree. 27 Senior. 28 Stocky horse. 29 Headed pin. 30 Color. 31 To embrace. Withered. 33 Eceentrlc wheel. r 34 To skip. 35 Pertaining to velum. 36Sette*. 38 Neuter pronoun. 39 Apportioned. Answer to previous Piixzle - *.- hension. x IS Label. 19 An Iberian; . > • . • 21 Drumbeat. 22 Small bird. 2 4 Marsh. 2«To affirm, 27ToUl. . 28 Mug.' v Office, of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California; 'To All Kpn-Consentlnr Owners of the Hereinafter- Described Lands, Take »» -kAt^-^ 1 . •-» * + . - - - . . ' That" the -'..report bf 'viewers heretofore apointed the ' above-named Board: tb\view and lay out proposed County Road No. 759. commencing- at a point r in tho northwest quarter of Section Eleven (11), Township .Twentynine (29) • ***»W T VB« \ &4./J J. ^/ W A IB At A fj 4 i TT «|1 •* J ~ 29) South* Ran^e Twenty-nine ast, M. D. M., from which point the, northeast corner of Section Two (2) of said Township, arid Ranee, bears N. 29* C4' 30" E. ( a distance-of 7298.47 • , .County Road Park, |»fcm» „. W-li-lttinod laddie hofiw, 75 ctnti hour. Special off*itr-iveek:dayi only, thli ad and 60 cent! entitles bearer to one hour's BofsM bought and sold Legal Notices NOTICE ; OF QENERAL. WATER STORAGE DISTRICT- ELECTION OF BUENA VISTA WATER STORAGE DISTRICT. •'> '•*?.',, t I I NOTICE IS H sad •^ e Mar- Commissioner artd-iii»amq^r of Sal . dated Dec«mberi;»7th,M»8fti^vas com r ; manded tb sell A*t -P.ubllp mtfdtlon the land and premises vsl.tuated in, tho County of Kern, State ( of • California, arid desorlbed-as follows to-Wlt: 'V fc > UeRinnmtf at a jpolnt oit * the Northerly bouriaaryJlhe of.Fractlbnal Section Two ;(2), In TownsMlp Thlrty-ohe (31),South, fcangfe T\venty-elght (28) East, Mount ^Diablo Base,^ and Merld- ian, according to tho official plat of the survey of said 'Township, returned to the/GenerftllAhd Office At \Vash- ington. D. C.i by the;Surveyor General and approved'by liltn on 1865, distant .thereon 1320.0 feet'T\Vest<irly fronvthe Northeasterly .corner of the K^VU -.of salfl •• . t -- ^ - V . I. I GIVBN^that |-FractioiiaVri|3ecllon; .running, thenco a Reneral .water storage. dlstHct eleb- Southerly:it>araHet;^ with/the Easterly, !».« I . V ' ' tion will be held In .Divisions .1, 3 ahd^ bounaar3r;Hne'of;th« ' .4 __..* ._ _ -_ *.. t - t A . ' • --- - ^ •_ A * ' L. ^ ^H ^ K f snldFraC- 5,'of the Buena Vista Water Storage tionaK Section 1«0 Wetrthdnie >Vest District, on Wednesday, the 1st day erbv;>parallel with J JU^lOLt JVlt . V»* . ll^KJXtllCO^lC*^! - ^ItC ADI. UCEJ 1 «*4rf f -- j. avUftmiVA - n iipti ,v>»vw^',^,T7'» «-v- *^ of .February; -198** at which election a boundary line 6f rsaHd^wtlonal Sec- - J ' *• - • n '' director will bo elected for each of said divisions. tlon t 1327.8 feet, ;more point von the Westerl^^ ^— - -~ - - +--•-- ^ 'tf* less, to a NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN 1 that at 1 thereof; thence Northe -general- water storage .'district [ last nailed f;Wn*£ia1T Northwesterly',• tlonal-Sect ton:/ r . „ the NortheriBbbiinda .-. ^ ^^_ ^ L .-,^ l •' ~ ' .^.Vr-'I'-i • . i ». . A p^r ^*^" ^ v^4 j f ^^v ^r ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ ^f f ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^* "^^ ^» ^^ ^~ ™—~ ^^f ^^ ^ — ^ • ' ^ — — — election the polls will be open, from the hour of 6:00 o'clock-A/ M. until the hour of 7:0a o'clock P. M. on ; the feet, and runninc- thence a 48» B« * ***" M • »**l\4 * Ul|a4AAI|b bll^IlltfO' O« ^M ''UD • fifi'ao** ^y thereof; that during said hours along said t to the Frac- rly, : Alonijr r thereof, 30 Old woman. k distance of 16M6feet^ -afd' election win be held in said jjl- of b*ginn1n*;^^lAlh^jicres «*& ninn» a nimniai*. m.mr* n * Kftft ft 1 visions in said district at the leKftlly or less, vand b«ma, aroortlon of; the 40 Drone bee. 41 Myself. 42 Friar. 43 Wading bird. 45 Witticism. 46 Lowest. 48 Clotted blood. 49 Pertaining to air. 50 Irish. 51 Not any! , 52 Inside. 53 Column projection.; VERTICAL 32 Enfeebled. 33 Heart; 34 Powerful -, German leader. and along.a circular curve of BOO ft. visions in sald^ district at the legally _,_ , .-..,,->.-!,- . v « *. *. * radius.^ concave to, the southwest^ a desffnatcd voting ^places^ hereinafter NWJ4-of •aWP^H>iial Section ,2. distance, 6f 386.59 feet, thence S. set forth and m that ^the following eluding all buildings :ahd v improyeV O e 21' 30",W.,-a distance of 327.01 feet, named persons have been appointed | ir^ents thereon or,that may>be «rected thence oh and along a circular curve to serve as an. election board at each discovered 5S CAS outlet, L Madam Curie 36 Dower property. 37 Answer. q9Gives • medicine. 40 To perish. 2 Lays smooth. 3 Indian tree. 4 Hotel. n 5 Sun god. 6 Loo so, earth. 7 Decayed. 8 Half an em. of 1200 ft. radius^ concave to the northeast, a distance of 592.71 feet, thence S. 27 - 66' 80" E,, a distance ot 1821:41 feet, to Station "A," thence on and-along a circular curve of'280 ft radius, concave to the northeast. a distance of 407.49 feet to Intersect the California State Highway. Also, beginning at Station "A," and running thence ,S. 27" 56' 30" E., a distance of 2.40 feet, thence oh and along a circular curve of 220 ft. radius. concave to the northwest a distance of 41 Edible fungUS. 370.98 feet to Intersect the California 42 Bulk.. •. 44 Brought, up. 45 Bill of fare. 9 To embarrass. 47 Before. 10 To bathe. 48 Secured. , 11 Wrath. • 49 Data. 64 Failure to pay, 12 To aver, . 51 Chaos. an debts; 15Compre- -52 Provided. $6.50 PEU $100 FOR 1 YEAH (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) ^ Chrysler 72 sport roadster, $296. 1929 late-Ford apt. coupe, clean, |185. \ Al ^ For Sale—Miscellaneous Minimum Insurance at Board Rates ] 193i Chev. IH-ton dual, like new, $450. Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CIU3DTT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution u Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 ^ IBS ; BuslncssOpportun^ KOn LBAHB—nOTBI, AHKKLO, 60 ROOMS, HOT AND COU> WATEK IN BACH BOOM. APPLY 3115 TWENTY- FIRST STREET. PHOKE 551J4.J. 138 FOR TttADB—Filling it all on. ffarag« and fruit lUnd on Oakland lilfhway. five mtle» from Stockton for |2500. with $1450 Indebtedness. Parable at $10.00 a month. Want vacant lota or iraall houie or a light ear and some money. Q. Miller. 1403 Second itrcet. Bahcriflcld. Help Wanted~Fcmale BEAUTT OPBBATOB winted. BM Mr. Smith at 820 Baker itreet. 137 WANT experienced girl or woman to take care of home and one itnall child. Reference required. Plione 1002 or 3584. Help Wanted—Salesmen 1928 Pontlac sedan, good, $145. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS ' Chester at 24th Phone 5828 158 JACK SEZ: ' WEEK-END SPECIALS 1929 Ford truck, »195. 1930 Be Soto do luxe coupo, $385. 1929 Ford coupe, extra clean, $1S5. 1980 Chev. spt. sedan, a honey, $370. Terms, Trucks, Trades PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 1G8 of woll-rooted, healthy berry pi ant i. Rhode Island lied setting eggs. John Denlo, FrultTtle. Phoiig 8701-J-ll. 188 MEN'S $15 riding boots, $5. Family Shoe Store. . ^ _^ WOND12RFUL, newest styles women's shoes on sale, $1.88. Family Shoe Store. -' PFIEFFER & ICNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. Now and used washers at big barffalns. 1001 Nlles Btreet. Phone 4132-W. FOR 8AT.K—Weber ihowoMe. center leer, triple Plate gtau.. 8030 Nllei. ' 187 BEAUTIFUL S-passenpcr Bulck 6 sedan, original finish. Ronlly must be | OAK WOOD, all iiiei and lengthi. for rirepUeei seen to be appreciated; one of tho best buys wo have over had. $160 wilt handle. Cadillac Agency, Chester Ave. at 22nd. 153 . 21051 Ford roaditer deltrery; overhauled. $29. down $15. 1925 Dodge ledan; extra food; A-l tlroi, $70. and itovoi, Guaranteed quality, and prompt dellverr. Meafi' Ice DeltTerr. Plioim 1508. ^ •' 161 AUTO painting, $13.50 , to $25; body and fender \rork. Prlcci right, Auto repairing. Trone Paint and Repair Shop. California and Jlakcr. Phone 3BT1-W. State Hlehway, has been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors at their rooms in the County Court House In the City of Bakersfield, said County and State for January. 16, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M.. where any and all Interested therein may apear and make objection thereto If deemed proper. The said road will pass over, through and upon lands owned by: Estate of Louis Olcese. _- . r . , thereon; togetherfwithfall and slngiiUr said voting places, respectively: the tenements, hereditaments, and sfrs .DIVISION ^fo. 1. Pfeclnot No. 1 purtenances. wat«r nhd water .rights. Voting place—J. Vlasnick. residence* pines, flumes'n.nd ditches thereunto WU of SEH Sec. 84. 31-26. . ! ** - - • • — Inspector— Tifrs. Stella Vlasnick. Judge—Mrs. K. Vlasnick. . » ' . •• Judge—Mr. Joseph Vlasnick. DIVISION No. 3 f Precinct No. 1 Voting Place—Office of Miller A Lux, Inc. Buttonwlllow, Calif. Sec. 14, 29-23. * Inspector—F. J. Hornburg. Judge—Vyla Hartman. Judge—Dorothy Musser. DIVISION No. 5, Precinct No. 2 Voting Place—Carmel Cattle Co. •A. ^ » ^» ^^r H ^^^r^m ^ ^v^ e -^r^ ^ ^r -^^ ^- "• -^ •»» — _ _ _ _ _ ^^ ^ ^ or ^In any wise ftppertalnlrtg a.;d 'the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and prof it« thereof.;.,-. . i Public'Notice -is'herebyi given th^t 6n Wednesday, the 25th day of Janlr- ary, 1933, at 1 11 o'clock A. M. Of that "day, atjhe front entrance of the County 'dourthouse^n the City of Bak- ersfiold,^Cpunty of.Kern;\State of Cal- llfornla, I will, fn obedience to said Order of Sale and Decree jbf Foreclosure, sell said property,,ojvjo^tnuch-thereof- Headquarters, NE>A of NEU of Sec. | as w jn ^ e necessary^to« : satisfy ^sald Judgment, with Intereifrand costs of 16, 27-22. Inspector—Douglas Wilson. Judge—O. Modena. Judge-r-E. S. Nance. Dated Dec. 15, 1932. J. E. WOOLLEY, Secretary of the Board of Directors fornia, v this of the Buena Vista Water' Storage :;BY~ordey"of the Board of Supervisors | D^ie^as, 3 0. 1932^ and Jan. * 1933. of the County of Kern,; State of California, made December 27, 1932. P E SMITH County Clerk and ox-Offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. ' * pec. 29 to Jan. 12, Incl. NOTfCE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF BAKERSFIELD HOME BUILDING COMPANY. sale, to the highest *ftpl best bidder for cash in lawful mon Dated at BakersUeld, 29th day of December, MAKOUBRITE Commissioner, appointed by said Court. % Deci" 80, Jan,; 6-18. NOTICE OF ANNUAL ^MIEETIWO h B f ^K ^^k ^ ^ n r % ^hM^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^H^^^hrt K t^ ^ ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY larVEN that the annual meeting Of the Btockhold- e^B of Bakersfleld, Mptual Building and Loan Association will be held in Us office at 1509 Nineteenth street, Bakersfleld, Kern County, California. Notice is hereby given that the an-| on January 11, 1983,* at ,7:30 P. M., for .• A _ ^f _ .A ^*^^ ^ ^ ^ _K r ^ • ^^ v_ ^*_^^ _ ^^^H_ ^^ ^^ ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BAKERSFIELD. f A( ^ _ _ , , ^ „ . ,._ - -. , - „- „ _. , MASONIC. TEMPLE ASSOCIATION. I nual meeting of the stockholders of I tho purpose of electing a Board of the Bakersfleld Home Building Com- Directors to serve, for. the ensuing year • Notice is hereby given that the an- I P & ny will be held at the office of said and for thej transaction of such other nual meetin of the stockholders of corporation at 1925 Chester avenue,, In | business as may properly come before City of Bakersfleld, State of Call Ithe Bakersffeld Masonic Temple As- the meeting, HOWARD. NICHQLS. Secretary.*. soclatlon will he held In the Masonic I fornla, on Wednesday. January 18. Temple, 1920 Eighteenth Street. Bak- 1983, at the hour of 3:30 p. m. t for the | Dec. 80 to Jan. 10. Inc. ersfleld, County of Kem, State of Call- purpose of electing directors for the 1933, at 7:30 I ensuing year, and for the transaction fornia, on January 11, ,., . _ o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect- of such-other business as\rnay prop- Ing a board of directors to serve for I erly come before the "meeting. the ensuing year and for the transac- tton of such other business as • may | Jan. 4 to 17, Inc. properly come before the meeting. TV A T,TPm Mr>R TTCMRTCK. L. S. ROBINSON, -Secretary- Secretary. Bakersfleld, Calif.. Dec. 28. 1932. Dec. 28 to Jan. 11. tncl. NOTICE OF MEETING SALE OF GOODS HELD FOR STORAGE Notice is hereby given ;to G. / Tho holders and to Mrs. ANNUAL MEETING COP STOCK-. HOLDERS, BAKERSFIELD IN- 4 * VESTMENT COMPANY. - -_ r _ * ' ™ . The-regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the BakersCield Investment Company -will be. held In the office of Taylor & Taylor, 1660 Chester Avenue. City of Bakers field. County of • Kern, State of California, oh TUesday, January 17, 1938, at 2 p. m., ^for the East-Bakersfleld e i ectlon of Directors, and such other : «•— — «*•»• —.-*••* Rus 5 e ll ^Y* 10 . 86 '*?* .business as may properly come before annual meeting of the stock- known address vas i 2128 -Main St., sa id meeting. . of Caledonia Building Assocla- Baker, Oregon,' that gooddf held. for Dated January 1, 1983. storage by R. L. Quincy at 708 Hum- tlon will be held on Tuesday. Janu- ry 30, 1933, In Druids'' Hall at 7:30 p. m., for tho purpose of g a board of directors and, to transact such other business 'that may come before the meeting. LELAND J. RUNYAN, ^ Secretary. Jan. 4 to 10, Inc. M . MV boldt St., East Bakersfield, since [July Jan. 6 to 18, Incl. 8th, 192Q, will be sold at public sale February -4, 1988, at 2000 Twentieth street, Bakersfleld, for costs of'Storage and advertising. . - . R. £. QUINCT, By Mrs. M. E. Qulncy, his agent. Jan. 5 to 10, Inn. E. L. SOLOMON, Secretary. WITH THE HUMORIST GASOLINE ALLEY Walt's Let In On It By KING MEN for Real fitlk calei work. Bee Mr. Ctoce. 7 to 8 p. m. Friday or SiturOnr, Motet Mancheiter. _ • _ U8 S timtions Wanted— Male raked by power machine; pruning; yard cleaning, by contract. Eitimatcf wtthoul obliga* Uon. A'. Koop, gardener. Phone 21B5-J. 137 MAN wants work, "All around entry and chef. 1115 N itreet, M. Feurtado. 138 WILL. CAIU3 for apartment or court In eichanae for free rent. Boi B90. The CaUfornlan. 138 Situations woman wanU work. 25 ccntt per hour. Phone H38-U. _ CAPABLE, experienced white woman want! Beneral homework or cooking. I*liMie 1828. Rentr-^Rooms ROOM for rent to gentleman. Very detlrable room with bath, prlrtto entrance, uie of phona. Alto rtrage. Call 3618-tt. 138 furnlilied room, \ritli heat, telephone. conTtfileueei. lleaionable. lioa I street. - •• '' N'iJWLY furnished roomi. hot and cold niter, attractive weekly rates. Trella Cliristoplierinn, proprietor. 2103 L street. TJ9 Alt 1311 For Rent—Rooms With Board M fiOQU and board. 10.150 per week.. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundlngi. . FTM parking. Also transient dtnneri. 00 cents. 3028 Nlne- teenth street. Tclepltono 987. 8'gT-tf VQH JJBNT-—Nice bedroom. Board. Oarag*. bauu- Ury done. <3Q month. 123 Eighth itreet. 137 ItOOM and board or meals by the week. Henson- *bl» ratM. 2213 Kl|hte«nth atreel. 1ST 1TTLE THE WHAT SOU CAM •me THAT THES voo MATTER TDK1MEL UMDER WE LGFT WAt-T PATROLINIO THE OUTSIDE OF THE SHACK. WMI P6TE AWAIT6D WITH IM FOR THE INTO FEW Ar4 TWS DUO UP I WTO MACK AMD Quean A REMINDER Doctor (called up in the middle of tho nlght)-rWhat? Can't ^[eop? . Try counting sheep. Voice—I counted up to 1097 and then I remembered that was your phftno number, so I rang you up.—Humorist. AT THE BAZAAR "How much* are you selling kisses for, may I .ask?" , • • •, -"Twenty-five dollars each." •"ffm. I suppose you won't be having a clearance sale later on?—Hummel. ./, , , i INFORMATION WANTED Old gentleman—In my day, girls did know how to blush. Modern miss—Oh, do tell me what, you said to them!—Vart Hem. ' CHANCE Sniff—Do you believe marriage is a lottery? „,. , ' . '..' ' - . Peck—No, In a lottery a>man is sup- • posed .to have a chance.—Pathfinder. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: M*. U. ft, MT. OTF. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Oh, Pteggy! our young women to occupy hvo bedroom i, room and board, |39 fu:h. Homa com fort i. 8225 Eighteenth itrxt 140 FOR RENT— Room, with board, for two gentle- meu. - LoTely houie, with every modem coii- Tenience. TttUi $8 per wc»k. ITiono 4514. 138 r DE8IBABLB 6 -room houa» at 2205 Park Way. Well furnlihed. Near achool. Iteasonable. Apply 8209 Park Way. _ * _ 137 FOR BENT— Purniihad four roomi. Cheap rent! 1528 G Btree*. Come and tee. 137 bouie, uewly furnlihed. New rugs, curtaini tod • drapei. prergtuffed «et. Largo cereeo porch. Water paid. 942 Washington itreet, Olldale, ' 13ft •-' • -.-•-. rwra fumlihed house with ileep- porch, .plare for garden and chickens. Jlom 2030 0 street. Inquire 2tflU II -: - BOB GRUB6CR 3 6£E ME? / HE'S IN THE LIVIN6P,OOM / / AS NERVOUS A6 A CAT. 1 WOULDN'T EVEN SIT DOWN. Vl_ SOMETHING MUST HAVE HAPPENED. HE IS SO EXCITED^ -.-i ( COULD HARDLY TALK PEGGY L..OH WHY, DID YOU DO IT? THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ENGAGEMENT! WE AGREED NOTHING WOULD BC SAID UNTIL AFTER I TOLD THE FOLKS... BUT BOB, LAST EVENING ON THE PHONE YOU SAID-YOU- TOLD THEM AND..., NO! ...NO! I SAID t TO TELL THEM.... OH PEGGY YOU CAN'T IMAGINE WHAT THIS MEANS TO ME...IT WAS SUCH-A SURPRISE TO DAD AND MOTHER. GOSH. PEGGY. YOU KNOW WE A) NOT TO* 1 ANNOUTCE.., KCALLX BOB... MrV.GRUBBCK....rM SO SORrVY... 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