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- 1 - * • - - A. t 1- It- 'j - -L j .- r * r T H> •• 10 THE . . 1 J1. #-: , i r-: j >s ,1 . r F OR convenience of patrons The BakersfleM Callfornlan ftffents Hated below will recelya classified advertising and sub- Bcriptlons at the regular rates: * OILDA1.E3 Oildale Pharmacy ARVTN- li. Dawson Store TAFT Mariposa Cigar and News Co. MARICOPA ante City Pharmacy McKTTTRTCK Templeton Drug Co. FELT^OWS Waggoner News Dealer SHATTER Shatter Drug Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News SUnd McFAniuAND August Chandler The Callfornian Carrier TDEbANO .Mitchell Bakery TEHACHAPF Tehachapl News Stand GRAPBVINT2 Mclrfirty's Store I.EBKC Lcbcc Coffee Shop * UBWAUD C. Christian TUPMAN Elk Hills Mercantile Co. SHimUoiis Want^'^l^ % • * f MAM.wanti work. All around. pattrr >and ehaf. 1116 N street. M. ffeurtido. ' 188 WILL CAHB for apartment or court In exchante . for, free • rent. Bo» MO, Tu» CiUfotnlan. 188 Situations Wanted—Female r ^^ EXPERIENCED bwkkwctr and sfcriogMDhw wants small sets of books to keep, or office work. Whole or part time. Telephone B651-J. , ( r n *4« .V, K.-fc..r**,>fc*» . * I For Rent— 'Houses * • * f^- ' •r i , *" For Sal ; "• ' * For Sale—Automobiles For Legal Notice* _ _ ^V^^ -^ £^fc_ a ^ ta _ _^^_ j^^_^«£_^^^^^^k,^^^^^^hf 1 • -.' 4 -room nouie, with larate. able. Apply 1117 'CaUfornU arenue. lUMofl For Rffl . epartmenU, . NtneUenlh and - D. OTtritufftd furniture, Frigldatr*, 6-raoanotiM. 1016 Or an it. Apply 9031 Nineteenth itretl, ctry atore. Phone BM4-J, QUICK, neat, capable hou»ehe«p«r, homo or adult family, or hour work, eleanlnt. ate. Must hare worlc. Inferences. I*hono 95f 8-M. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^u^^^^^^^^M^^H^^^H^A^^A^H^b^H ^^••••^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ For Rent—Rooms «^****^ ROOM for rent to gentleman. Vary room with bath, private entrance, me of phone. Alio garage. Call 8010-M. 138 KHWLY furrllihed rooms, hot and cold water, at- tr active weekly rate a. Trella. ChriBtophcnnn, proprietor. 3103 L street. 130 NICB furnished room, with heat, telephone, All ronTenlencei. Reasonable. 1102 T street. 139 HOTKL LA VBRN, under new management. Iloomi $2 a week and up. Uot and cold water. 1791 H street. HO ROOM and board, In prlrat* home. Garage If deilred. Within walking dlitanoo of builMu dlitrlot. Phonf 1651-J. 1618 P etreet. K1CKLY furnlihed front room. Prltate entrance. Very dot* In. Parking IP ace. Very reaion- ablo rent. Telephone 6'36-J. 1/AnaK well furnished room. Close In. Private entrance. Phono. Parking npnce. Mcnls If desired. 2123 Nineteenth street. HERE IT IS—A clean, jco«y, convenient 3-room flat. Bath, and big garage. 1625 Thirteenth street. 188 FOR n»NT—Single and double apartment.- Orer- ituffod furniture. Continuous hot water. Qai and HfhL paid. Rent reduced. Prancli Apartment*, H630 Cheater iTtnuay • 136 FiniNISHBD apartmenli. Clean. Three roorai, bath, two lerten porehM. Oarage, Water free. Adulti. $16.00. Inquire) itand. Twenty-fourth and N etreeti, 181 SINGLE and double apartment, with alceplnf porch. Gloio In, Now renting for $18.00 and 192.60. The Sharland, 2280 O itreet. Phone 683. 183 USED CARS ( V * FROM A DEPBNDABLBJ DEALER 1982 DoSoto coupe, $200.down. , 1&31 Dodge 10-whoel trubk, $8*0 down. • ',, t , . 1530 Ford 'coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1981 De Soto sedan,' $176 dowh, J 1929.Dodge D. A. sedan, $125_down. 1981 De Soto 8 sedan, $126 down. BAXCBRSFIHLD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. Phone 2286 158 FOR BAI^-1031 Pord rnon« ma/' de luie B«mard»tW»t. 1931 Ford coupe, $325. 1081 Ford coach, 5385. -» 1980 Ford coupe, $286. 1920 Ford coupe, $176. 1929'Hubmobtle coupo, $256. 1980 Essex sport coupe, $276. 1929 Ford IH-ton truck, J195. 1927 Ford 1-ton truck, $50. MANY OTHERS . Radio, Musical Instruments f p ___ _^__ _ ^^^ j^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ah SHEET-MUSIC—All popular.flonghltto. Largest stock of sheet music-m the city. . Phillips -Music ^Company, corner Twentieth tund'"Eye" streets,^ V , ? 180 GUARANTEED Vadiofl, new And repossessed pianos. Low prices and terms. AH Contracts carried by n Dome. Preston, Hotel ; Tegeler Bid trade/ food wwk.horiei.' 11-fi mll«i 148 |. weat of Qreepfleld-Tafi Muhwfa-; Mike Jimlnahl. Foa SALB—Pat liens and tabblta. Cramer'i Poultry '' irtd,Rabbit Ilantih,' JVeardsl&y , Menu** Xrp Addition.^Ptxma.8461 v r x *i : ; 188 iron BAUD or trader 80'head HolitVln Wwi, for whltfl-facwl fMdflri or young.'rantfe co\vi. Frank Loustalpt, ItouU 8.'. Bot 77. V V '-, .. 189 FOR BAL&r-Fat hogii. ; Carl W, Baag, Bout* 6, Box 823. Baktriflold. ' ' ,i":- 188 BAHY CUICKB for February and March, epeclally priced—If ordered v now. • Stock i«s«—red cock- Red, Hock, l**horn hatching oiss, l*rlMt'i Ranch, 6% miles south on Union arenue. NOTICE OFTHat OF VICWtM ON ROAD NO. 7B>. , 1 - -' ,» ^ , i A •'-'- For RcnRooms CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE M A. The Callfornian \v!ll not be responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over telephone unless correction la made immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE Special Announcements tlOOU and board. ID. 50 per week. ComfortibU rooms, pi* Mint iurroundtnn. Fr« parklni. Alio treniltnL dlnneri. CO centi. 2028 Nlnr> Kentli itreet. Telrphona 937. _ 8-?T-tf ^VANTKD — Pour young women to occupy two nlc« bedrooms, room and boartL 125 each. Homo comforti. 2225 Eighteenth street. 140 FOH RKNT— Tloora. with board, for ivm gcntla- nwn. Ijotely home, with etery modern con- Tenltnce, Kates 88 per week. Phone 48U.' 188 BBAUT1 FULLY furnlih^l room. Board. Oarage. Clnao to town ind high irhool, Prlrate liome. 17.50 week. Telephone OgOt-W. SSlfl Park Way. WKU-. furnished room In desirable nelRhborhood. Meals If doalred. 3213 Eighteenth street. ^^^^MVMWB^W^l4-W-HMMA-fe^taM*M«a.H^^MH For Rent — Houses PLATES—BRTDG KS REDUCED PRICES TEETH CLEANED, DR. FLETCHER BAST BAKERSFIEL.D 930 BAKER STREET 13 PHKNCU CAFG No. 2, near Southern Pacific depot Sped al Sunday chicken dinner, with trlmmlnn; In dining mm, IS cents, on counter, 6G cents. Binfle orders, SO cants. Combined brtakfaat, S to 11. 23 cents up. Rpeclal luncheon and dinner from 10 i. m. to 8 p. m.. 45 cents, All 89-eent entrees Include drink on counter. Telephone 477C. ' LOST— Black and white bird dot. Pointer. Tear old. Anitrera to nsne of "Shot." Beward. Phone USB-n. 13T ED — Two mules from Norrla district, one brown and one black. Weighing 1400 pounds. Notify Bidart Brothers. Phone 2891-R. Route 2. Box 198. _ 138 LOST— Wire-haired fox terrier, black and while. Identification on collar plate. Reward. Phone 3087. _ LOST— Ptraal* police dot, near Rosedale highway and Oak nOeet. Reward. Phone 1390 - PARTY Is known who took ladles' black coat by mlatake at Panama New Teari era. Please leave at Balph Smith Grocery, 1918 "Era" atrect. No questions aiked. _ 188 FOIl BUSINESS and social reasons, we don't want to oxposft persons who took lady's fur coat from Pescock Inn. New Teara ere. Return same, no i quMtloni asked. _ _ 1B9 LOST— Roll of blankets, with clothing, Monday, on Iioe Angela* highway, between Bakerifleld and Graperine. Finder notify phone 2903-J. _ WANTED— Namet man-women. 18-80. wishing steady future government Jobs. Start $105.00$175.00 raonth. Common «duoatton usually mf- Tlctent. Full particulars with sample coaching— PHEE. Apply today. Address BOT K-10, Callfornian. 3-room eottagm for two. 12.W. 12.00 week; lights, water free. Three miles ea«t •n Edison highway. Rainbow Berrlce Station. 145 UNFURNISHED beautiful modern duplex, In re- •.trleted residential district. Rent; |2S. Water paid. 810 Qulncy street Phone 414P-.T. 188 Number 2604 K street, throe rooms, 12; No. 1689 D street, four rooms, 112; No. 1708 Twenty-fourth street, tve rooms, $13. n. A. Mooro.& Son, 1616 Eighteenth street. Phono 433. . 138 FOR KENT UNFURNISHED 6-room..houses, clean and modern, atr$26.00 per month. 4-room modern houne. $20.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT-CO. 1818 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 , 1-5-tf FOR RENT—Court cottage, partly furnlihed..Oa- raie. Water paid. Nice yard. $20 a month. 1727 Blanche street. 138 HOUSES for rent, furnished and unfurnished, $12.50, $20. with two arres, $30.00. B. 12. White, 1831 Chester atenue. Phone lllfi-W. 188 BEAUTIFULLY furnished 5-room houae. Overstuffed. Good piano. $22.50. Water paid. 1608 Oregon street. FOR RENT—4-room furnished house. Reasonable. Inquire- 1407 Chester Place. ; LOVELY furnished four and five rooms. Now rugs, stove, overstuffed, piano and garage. Two blocks from high and grammar schools. 1919 Orange street. NICELY furnlihed three rooms, sleeping porrh and garage. Water paid. $20. Call 2207 n street. FOR RENT—8-room furnished house. Including General Kleetric. overstuffed. House located on bus line. Price $35.00. Including water. For Information phone 1423, or call at 817 Flower street. FITRN1RHRD house at 2flH Chester arenue. Terd. rent. Inquire at 808 Eighteenth itrwt. NICKLY furnished 2-room apartments with baths, $20 and $22.50 month. Light, gas, water, linens, electric washing machine furnished. Oa- raie If required. The Woodrow, Baker and Jachaon streets. ' FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 1901 Third itr««t. Vwt rooms, bath, and garage. Water paid. $25.00 per month. Phono 5749-J* or call 1808 Third street. * FOR RENT—4-room furnished upart- raent. with garage. Inquire.2520 L street. 139 FOB JIBNT—PMrntihed downitfcln B-room aptrt- ment. Prlrate bath. -$20. AdulU only. 1619 Thirteenth street. Inquire 1023. , TWO-H COM apartment. Water, lights, gas paid. . Use of phone. $16.00 month. 2518 K street. TWO ROOMS and sleeping porch. Bath. Newly papered and decorated. 2821 Truitun avenue. $18. Including lights. * 140 For Rcntp^Farm Land RANCHES for rent, also house In Oildale. 1024 Sixteenth street, Bakcrs- field. 138 FOIt TlKNT or lease. 2-acre chicken, rabbit and pigeon ranch. 4-room furnished house. Apply 1020 Q street. ' FOR KENT—-40-acre Improved ranch. Plenty water. Some alfftlfn, now in. Phono 5188-U. 2500 Park Way. 140 ^•••P^^M^^j^i^a^BBJJ^^^^M^M^^^^^^*^*^^^^^^^"^^*^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^"*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ — •-• •—— • -.^ ^^^^^^m^^^^^^ ^^^•^••"^^^"^••^•••••^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Wanted to Rent—Farm Land **»«*<*M«.«^»*»»^«»«*"*«********««****»*'»'**^**"*'*^'"'"* 1 ** m WANTED to rent or lease. 40 or 80-acw 1m proted ranch. Muit be rtasonabte. -Write Box 795. Tho Callfornian. 192G Nash standard sedan. $85. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint,-rubber, $126. ' 1929 Ford sport roadster, 0 wire wheels and trunk rack,,$176. \ Chrysler 62 sport coupe, $22B. 1931 De Soto de luxe coupe, $460. 1929 Ford coupe, $186. 1980 Nash coupe, 1336. 1409 18th St. Phone 881. 158 JACK SEZ: WEEK-END SPECIALS 1929 Ford truck, $196. 1930 De Soto de luxe coupe; $336. 1929 Ford coupe, extra clean, $186. 1930 Chov. spt. sedan, a honey, $370. Terms, Trucks, Trades PATS CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jaok Bundy, Manager 168 DOUfll^ASS. UWT-PIUCKD CAIlfl. .2105 "KYE" Tory lato 1927 Hudson coach;'extra xood shapt; Hft U, 8. tiro. Had iood eare. 9175. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 ,9 1931" Chevrolet coach, new rubber, $426.00. 1929 Chevrolet coupe, late, $210.00. 1995- Overland sedan, runs good, $27.60. 1926 Chrysler ooupe, $85.00. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone 6828. 168 BEAUTIFUL 6-passenger Bulck 6 sedan, original finish. Really must be seen to be appreciated; one of the bent buys we have ever had* $160 will handle. * Cadillac Agency, Chester Ave. at 22nd. 168 1032 BUICK ninety ledan. 'Six wire wtieeli, trunk, many extras. * Sold In August and driven 0000 mtlea. Oil discount from orlKlnal coat. Can be ieen at Valloy. Chevrolet Company. NEW shipment .of low-priced guitars Just received. Really good instruments -at unheard-of^ low prices. Phillips MUfilo 'Company, corner Twentieth and. "Eye M streets. 189 ^ 3-PnZCB Tltiour orerituffed B0t» $17.50; J-ptew tapeitry trrerstuffed set, $22.50; 0x15 Akmlniter rug, $10, • Darls • I\trnllure Kichanse, 2105 Chogtor avenue. . .' ; , 18S Walnut Dining Set, 5 pieces. $18.50. Velour Overstuffed Chesterfield^ $10; Used Wilton Rug, 8x9.^ $7.00. IVAN U HAMM Phone 341 1100* 18th at. «^«*^i^l^HI**VM For Sale—Miscellaneous Dogs and Other Peto 'w '- ' WANT to buy, bufro/ for children's pet, or will rant. Phong BBBP. JM FOR SALB—A Boetoo bull pup, ; raile. 4 months' old., $10. 3128^1 itroat. niOIILY nedltreed Boston Bull at itud. ' For sale, denary blrdi. 1875 But California trenue. T»hone 5760. 100 (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) . Lbs., Recleaned. Highest Grade o RIVER QUESTIONS '100 1.BS. HEN SCRATCH. $1.1.0. 100 Ibs. rcclcHncd wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1,35. 75 Iba. R07.M3D BAH^KY, 60o. MANY MORIS NOT ADVWRT1SWD BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Wanted to Buy-Mbcellaneoua WANTED to buy, good,/8econd-hand 'saddles. Paul-Horminff,; 1006 Nineteenth street. 144 WANTED 2500 4 or 6-foot grape stakes. Lakctn Fatal Co. Phono 461fl; Corner Unlori tnd Trurtun avenue. P. O. Pol 1271. 141 WANTED—One set 12-potnt socket wrenches, thin lipped, first-class condition. Priced reasonable. Telephone atOQ. For Exchange—Miscellaneous 1928 CHCVTIOLF/T coupe, clean, good running condition and some rash,' to ,trat|e for 1930 or ion I Model "A" Ford or Chevrolet coupe. Or your equity In same. Phono fiB47. ' 140 Professional Cards Office of the Clerk of the Board -.61 ;• Supervisors of the County of Kern^ . State of.California. . • .- K.,To All Non-Consenting Ownerj;;,«>f the Hereinafter Described 'Lands, TftK« Notice: ' ^ • "--••. *-" f. ,;r •>' That the ret>ort of viewers, hereto-fore appointed by the flb6ve-nl&m«4 Board to-view and lay out proposed County Road No. 759 commencing at a point in tho northwest quarter of Section Eleven (11), Township Twentynine J29) south, Rang* Twenty-nln« <SO) Kast M. D, M.» from 'which ooirrt the northeast corner of Section Two (2) of said Township and Range^boftrfl N. 29* 54,' 80"-IS., a^dlatAnce' of 7298.47 feet, and runnfnr thence S. 48' 6«'v30* E. f a dtstatico of 163.86 feet, thence on and along a circular curve of.. 500. tti radius, concave to the southwest, & dlstance of 886.69 feet, thence S,' 0* 21' 30" W M a distance of 827.01 feet, thence on and along a circular curve) \ of '1200 ft. radius, concave to the northeast, a. distance of 692.71- feet. thence S. 27' 60' 30" E3., a distance,of 1821.41 fe«t, to Station'''A,' 1 thence>/ on.and .along a circular curve of 280 . ft* radius, concave to the northeast, a distance of 407.49 feet to Intersect . j =^m~ - ^k ^h P Also, beginning at Station "A," running thence S. 27* t6«' 80" B., distance of 2:40 feet; thence on- ana along a circular curve of 220 ft. radius, concave to the northwest a distance of 370.98, feet to Intersect the California For Sale— Improved Property ^^P ^^ ^^ — ^^^ — ^^—^ ^^. ^^m ^^^m ^^^^. ^^^^ ^^^^. FOR SALE— B acres. Improved, with B-room house, family orchard, chicken equipment, strawberries, Rood well and pump. All for $2500. Elmer P. Karpe. Phone 210, 1617 Eighteenth street. _ 1-5-tf FOH BALE— Mtxltrn IH-ecro chicken ranch, fl- room houie. Also 4-room houie In rear. Will sacrifice $1800.00 equity for' $350,00. . Phone 5428-Tl. Boute B, HOT 328. _ 138 FOR SALE— Furnished brick partment hulldlnir. corner Twentieth and D, BakersYleUl. Eight units.* Price $17,500. Clear. Income, S240 per •month. Don't disturb tenants. Frank Rowley, 260 South Reno street, Los Angeles. _ 139 FOIl 8ALB or trade, fi-roora houie. All fenced. with chicken house. 68il20. Will consider TB- fant lots. $300 will carry. Call 3036-J, or 1602 Oregon. _ _ FOR SALE— Chicken ranch with or without chickens, 2 Mi acres fine soil, 4-room house, free ditch right. Price, $1350. Terms. H200 cash; $15 monthly, Including Interest 7%. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. _ 140 ONB B-ROOM AND ONE 0-ROOM HOUSE ON ACRE TRACTS. IN CABA 1/>MA ACRK3. KABT TERMS. RGB IT. F. SMITH. 1735 ATRNTTB. PHOKB 118. 144 HORIZONTAL I The St. -Lawrence river in . ^ navigable to • oceangoing . Teeeelft M far aa —? S Key fruit. 14 Melody, 15 Data. 16 Mite or tick. A 17 Tranquil. 18 To stitch. 19 City In U.S.A. on-Lake Erie. 20 Taxaceous tree. 21 Sautfy.. 22 Click beetle. 26Creriic acid salts, 30 Stem joints. 31 Chaffy parts of grain. 32 Before. 33 Product egg. 84 Alloy of copper. 36 Spread of an arch. 3* Little devil. 37 River in Answer to PreTious Puzzle 13 Stir. tfHuii;^ HHH France. 38 Water fowls. 39 Dike of piles. 41 Recipients, 42 Tardy. 43 Rodent. 44 Earlier than. 47Hog meat. 48 Ten cents. 51 Mangle. of r an 52 Since. 53 Kiln. 54 Races of animals. 55 Generator. VERTICAL 1 What great 20 Aye. 21 Loek-greei quartE, 23 Weavera 1 frames. 24 To esfjous*. 26 X. 26 Hoisting machine. 27 Wigwam. 28 To rub out 29 Aging. 31 and groom ? Canadian river 34 Hatters' flows into the mallets. Fi§ WHIsi Over a period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. Wo continue to Hell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers,, No dealers, no tricks, no phone's. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf 0. W WIIiLTNOnAM. houa« moror. Office l!R13 Cheater tTcnneA BaJteri field. 14» "Arctic ocean. 2 English coin. Soothing. . 4'Beret. 5 Slackening bar in a loom. 6 Afresh. 7 Legal rule. 8 Glossy cotton fabrics. 35 Measure. 37 Alarmed. .38 Secured. 40 Solitary. 41 and Pythias. 43 Wrath. 44 Child's napkin. 45 To malce a mistake, 9 Fruits of oaks. 46 Enemy. 10 British colony 47 Ugly old in the Medi* woman, terranean'sea 48 Drone bee. 11 Verb. 49 Bugle plant. 12.To free. 50 Males. of tlruti and doctors' initrumenu ' for sale, to cloio eitftte. Write I*. K. Hull, Mr- 139 For Sale — Improved Farms 160 ACRK8 of hlehlr cultlraUd land, all under cultlTttlon, four mllM from Anrtn. Good well and But Bids canal. Fair house. Mortgage company iij-a loll for $01 per idre. Howard Nlclioli. inc.. 1500 Nineteenth, 1-T-tf For Sale—Automobiles FOH RKNT, houie, with 2 and 0-room epartroont. T-'urniilied. 2024 Q itreet. THURR-ROORf furntsbed cottage. Bcreen porch, bath, waih trays. Good yard. $12.50 a month. Phone B4RB-J. Financial Iniinediate Service; No Red Tape FLOTD DUNtiAP 1623 Twentieth Street. Phone 39.1. 158 $6.60 PER 1100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Hates Investigate and Bo Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 5 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 . ; 158 1400 NEEDED by builder to build home. First trust de«d. 2 Tears, B per cent. P. O. Box 63. Eaat Bakersfield. Phone 47T5. Business Opportunities LBA BB-HOTEL, AUKKLO, 60 BOOMS. HOT AND COLD WATER' IN BACH KOOM. APPLT 3115 TWENTY-FIRST HTTUIKT. PHONE 66M-J. PTV'K-IIOOM modem, unfurnished home. race, at 1824 Twenty-second street. Close In. Kent »20. ' PTTHMHBD 4-room houite, Truxtun arenuo and M street Inquire 1123 Trurtun arenug. HALF of houso, completely furnlihed. Clean, lleasonable rent. Wilklng dlitance. Oarage. B20 K street. Phone S63-J. DEfllRABLK 6-room houso at 3905 Park Wiy. Well furnlnhe<l. Noar schools. Reuonable. Apply 2800 Park Way. FOH RKNT—Unfurnlihed 4-room house at 400 K attest. Apply 322 F 1 atrMt. Phone 1487-W. 140 FOR RENT—4-room house, partly furnlihed. 112 per month. 1HQ1H Nllfs street. Phone M14. THREE-ROOM unfurnished house, $10 per month. Also C-room unfurnished house, modern, reasonable. Phono 717. A TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN OUR 1933 CLEAN-UP DRIVE 1932 Cher, coach, like new, only $485. ! 1030 Chevrolet special sedan, perfect* shape, $535. 1031 Chevrolet special coupo, $305. 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe, $385. 1930 Chev. standard roadster, $185. 1929 Chevrolet coach, $250. 1930 Ford sport coupe, $225. 1929 Ford sport roadster, $135. 1930 Ford pickup, $235. 1929 Ford pickup, $135. 1927 Nash-coupe, perfect, $150. 1920 Nash roadster, $76. 1924 Chevrolet-sedan, $25. I COMPANY CORNBU TWTOKTTT5TH AND M WANTED—Model A Ford for cash. 70. 13S 20-INCH oak. $5.00 tier; Eucalyptus, |5.50 tier; cotton wood, f3.25 tier; block wood. $.1.00 Her; 12-Inch oak wood. $4.00 tier; cotton wood, $2.75 tier: block wood. $2.75 ttcr. 479 Washington avenue. Olldale. Phone 8202. 141 FINK—Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering. ladles' and men's garments. First-class work. Low prices. 2430 L street. Telephone 2710-W. 157 100 pounds masft, In cloth bags, $1.36. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN & ROSS, Oildalo, Calif. 12-6-tf BARGAIN on freezer cue*, scales, cash registers, meat allcer, restaurant fixtures. Complete. Net* and used. Hlmwcase safe. 800 Baker. 150 OHANGKH. ORANGES—Large sweet narels, 11.23. Juice or an gei, 00 rents. Double crato. De- llTered. Phone MB2-U'. 139 WOOD—Remember People's Wood Yard. All kinds, delivered, honest measure, $2.50 per tier and up. 1729 Pacific street. Phone S360. 1*1 ALL KINDS of well-rooted, healthy berry plants. Rhode Island Red setting eggs. John Denlo. FrultTale. Phone 8701-J-ll. 138 PPIBPFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE f Service on all makes. New and used washers at big bargains. 1001 NJlos street. Phone 4132-W. 158 OAK WOOD, all sUes and lengths., for fireplaces and stores. Guaranteed Quality, and prompt dcllrery. Meats* Ice Delivery. Phono 1808. • 161 AUTO painting. $13.50 to $25; body and fender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Trone Paint and Repair Shop. California and Uakor. Phono 387 MV. 150 JOHN W. CULLITQN PUBLIC ACCOUNTA*rr INCOMB TAX 8ETIVICB. AUDITS, S VST EMS Bulto 103,' Professional Building Phona 4561 .' DR. B: BUZ AN * Palmer Gradual* C HI UOPIl ACTOR Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Serrlco. Foot Correction* Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5. 7 to 8 p. ra. Iloomi J41-112-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone B310 T,ady Attendant 4 Busint3S9Cards ^^ SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS REDUCING Coloiilc Irrigation INSTITUTE'OF HYDROTHERAPT 1812 F Street 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone 5091 i. LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Serrlco Uneicelled—That la Out Slogan Ten Different Serricei and. Zorlc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUN0UY Sixteenth and O Street* Phono 259 BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County Road Park. Phone 8713-B.-11 Well-trained saddle horses. 75 cents hour. Special offer—week-days only, this, ad and GO eenta entitles bearer to one hour's ride. * Horses bought and sold visora at their rooma In the County Court Houso In the City of Bakersfield, said County and Suite for January 16, 1933, at 11 -o'clock A. M.. where any and all Interested therein mar npear and niake objection thereto if deemed proper. The said road ,w111 pass over,.through and upon lands owned by:. Estate of Louis Olpcse. ' BV order of the Board of ... of the County of Kern, State-ot California, made December 27, 1032. P. S3. SMITH. County Clerk .and ex-Offlclo Clerk -of the Board of Supervisors. , ,.-. Deo. 29 to Jan. 12, ind -' Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 5250. Dept.'S.' -'. TN THE SUPERIOR COURT. OP THE STATE OH 1 CAMFORKTA, ' IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. In the .Matter of the- Estate of DELLA B. SMITH, Deceased. NOTICI5 IS HT3RBBT G1VISN BT JOB SMITH; as Executor, and RUTH S. HENLEY, a* Executrix of -th6 estate of the above-named -decedent,' to the* creditors of 'and to all person's having 1 claims against the sald-cBtato, that they are required . to file Vsueh claims with the Clerk of the above entitled- Court with -the necessary vouchers within six months after tho first publication of this notice, 'or Ao present such claims with • the v necjfes- sary vouchers within' six months! after the first publication of this ; nptlce. to the said Executor and JSxecutrJx; at the law office of C. V. .ANDERSON, Suite 313. Professional Building, . B*k- crsfield, -California, which Is the'plac« for the transaction of the business ;of the estate pf said 'decedent. Dated December -16,. 1932. JOIS SMITH, as Executor, and RUTT? S. tlENLEY; as Ex- ecutrlx of the estate of DELIiA B. SMITH, deceased. C. V. ANDERSON, - - \ • Attorney f or Exexjutor and Executrix. ft • Dec. 37, 24, 81; Jan. 7,1,4. • » SALE OF OOOD8 HELD FOR. STORAGE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BAKERSFIELD MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOCIATION. FOTl Si eonablc. 3474-n. ^lano. In good condition. Price rei- For particulars, phonfr 1099-J or Fruita i ITOH RAIJ£—Grapefruit, $1.00 per boi. Bring con- talners. At Edison. Phone 35.JM. 188 PoultryapdI Livestock TEN' head saddle horses for sale. $30 and up. Horse* rented by hour or day. 900 California avenue, or call 098^ HI JBI18BY Tlolsleln, T. B. tested; heavy cream, three gallons per day, $40. Half-mile north, quarter mile west crossroad west Roaedale Kchcol. C. A. Bearers. 138 KOR SALE—Hhoii* Island Bed pullets and cock- orls. I* Hutcheson, Falrliavcn. 138 Notice Is hereby given that tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfleld Masonic Temple Association will be held In tho Masonic Tcmplo, 1920 Eighteenth Street, Bak- ersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on January 11, 1933, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for tho ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business "as may properly come before the meeting. WALTER MORTI3NSEN, Secretary. Bakersfleld,. Calif., Dec. 28. 1932. Dec. 28 to Jan. 11. tncl. ™^~^^ m ^~^^^~ m ~™-- ; ^ NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF BAKERSFIELD HOME BUILDING COMPANY. Notice -Is hereby given . tp G. "W. Co Hard, formerly of East Bakersfleld, and-to Mrs. 'R. N. Russell, whose last known address was 2128 Main St., Baker, Oregon, that goodu 'held for storage by R. L; Qulncy at 708 Humboldt St., East Bakersfleld, since July 8th, 1920, will bo sold at public salo February 4, 1933, at 2000 Twentieth street, Bakersfleld, for costs of utoraijo and advertising. ' >. R. L. QUIKOT, By Mrs. M. E. Qulncy, his agent. Jan. 5 to 10, Ino, ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS, BAKERSFIELD INVESTMENT COMPANY. HAU5— 85 whlto laylni hens. 50 white pulleti. hegfnnlnR to lay. Alio 14 red pulleti. Route 3, Tim 40-B. Btusiy. . KBRX COUNTV IIABRIT UnnEOBRS ASSN. Regular loislon, January 10, at A a. bulldlnu, Korn . County IHBh Krhool. 7:30 p. m. Profciinr I*. .T.nanki will f 11 BCD u ronrentrated f*cds. 340 Notice is.hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfleld Home Building Company will be held at the office of said corporation at 1925 Chester avenue, In the City of Bakersfield, State of California, on Wednesday. January 18, 1933, at the hour of 3:80 p. m., for tho purpose of electing directors for -the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. US. ROBINSON, The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfleld Investment Company will be held In the office of Taylor & Taylor, 1680 Chester Avenue, City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on Tuesday, January 17, 1933, at v 2. p. in., for the election of Director*/ ! afld sucl>, other business as may'properly come befbro said meeting. Dated January 1, 1933, E. U SOLOMON, Secretary. Jan. 6 to 18, Incl. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Jan. 4 to 17, inn. Secretary GASOLINE ALLEY A Surprise Party By KING AGENCY for famous Tanana Mineral Water for Bak en field, Taft and vicinity now arallable. SUO.OO to $860.00 necessary for supplies and equipment. Good for $176 month and better. depending on efforts. Write or call 342 Market street. Ban Francisco, Calif. • HO TOR KENT— Standard serrtce atatlon. cornw Thirty-fourth and Jewell Lane. Call at Vendouie store. DTlESBMAKEtt SHOT* doing good buslnus. Must sell at onca. Cheap for cash. -480 Kentucky or 1218 Htockton street. 110 . Help Wanted—Male S^B*^l^^*^^B*^B»^i^Np^^S^^B^^»^*>P*^S^N*^N«^ B *B*^S*^S^*P^^l^^l^^ l ^^»^^"| UBSTBEKT reprcEentstlre for Darts fina rustoin- t ally red clothes. Insurance policy to euti customer covers year's wear and accidental rtsmMgo, Sti other eicluslre selling features. I«w prices Increased commissions. Hure moiipy-malter. We furnish ererythlng. Ktp«rlenc« not nucrssarr. Write P. JL Dafls Tailoring Company, Department 87, Cincinnati. Ohio. TEA and coffee routo men. Big, reliable national company needs ttirto moro men Immediacy. • Prrelous experience unnecessary but must be physically *blo and willing to serrlc« 200 stesdr consumer*' on regular route and work 8 hours a day for about $87.60 weekly. Write Albert Mills, route manager, 11223 M on mouth, Clncln- tiatl. Ohio. CAIIKRST worker wanted. Han or woman, to distribute religious literature In your community, Steady work. Good pay. UnlTtrsai Bible House. IP*" Arth street. Vhlladelphla. ••i^•^^^^^^^'^^•^^^^^^•^^^•^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ — •—•—-^^^^—^^^^^^^ ^•••l^B^^^^BBI^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Help Wanted—Female SPECIAL WORK for housewlrea who need 9U \v«ekly at once. No canvassing, orperiance or :inT«Unent. Olre dre» size. Majfilr Styles, Department 14TS. Cincinnati. AMA2IKO discovery 1 I*adlet' inaf-Proofed hose; • Doubles wear. Demonstrators wanted. Rtait up to $20 weekly. No oanrasslng. Actual sam- pl« hoilery free. Write fully. American lios- Urr Ml Hi. Pepanment 2516. IntUantpolU, LOOK FOUND IT IT WAS weut. KJOBOCXV FOUKJD OUT AWVTWIWQ MAIM IbJTO OOR SCRAM OUR ABOUT TUNNBL. Chluco Tribunt NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut tho annual meeting of the. stockholders of Bakerufteld Mutual Building and Loan Association held in Its office at 1509 Nineteenth street, Bakersfleld. Kern County, California, on January 11, 1933, at 7:30 P. M., for the purpose of electing a Board' of Directors to serve for tho ensuing year and for the' transaction of such other business ns may properly come beforo the meeting. , . HOWARD NICHOLS,, Secretaiy. Dec. 30 to Jan. 10. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' EETING Notice is hereby given that the Stockholders' meeting of the Highland Park Mutual "Water Company will beheld at Wells' Memorial Hall; on Ar- vln Street, Highland Park, Monday, the 16th day of January, 1933, at 8 o'clock P. M. t for the purpose of elect- Ing a Board of Directors and for such other business as may 'properly 'come, before said meeting. L »• BERTIR LANE, President. WARREN STOCKTON, Secretary. • Jan. 7 and 14. • t " NOTICE OF MEETING : The annual meeting of the stockholders of Caledonia Building Association 'will bo held on Tuesday, Junu-» ary 10, 1933, in Druids' Hall at 7:80 p. in., for the purpose of electing a hoard nf directors and to transact such other business that may come before tho meeting. LBLAND J. nUNYAX. Secretary* Jan. 4 to 10, inc. -,.-•- THE BUNGLE FAMILY Discontented Guests .By HARRY J. TUTHILL WHAT'S THE MATTER. WITH YOUR NECK, BABE? YOU* HEAD BENT OVER AS THOUGH YOU WERE LISTENING TO.. .f .E WAS H16H JINKS IN THIS HOUSE TODAY. THAT YOUNG MILLIONAIRE WHO WAS TO MARRY PEGGY BOUNCED IN HERE THIS AFTERNOON WITH HI6 EYES SIMPLY POPPING OUT OF. HIS HEAD. Wanted — Salesmen Help L«:.^TO'O WEN • 'Clow, T fur A«al Bilk lalei work. Ueo Mr. to & p. m. lYldsy or 6aturda.v, •ell ftSOO Ufo Insurance for $5. 100 munlision. No medical examination. umiKCbiwy. Sulto 723, 857 tiouth j itioet,'Ixii AitjoJer * • TALKING TO JO6IE WHEN THE DOORBELL RAN6. WHEN SHE SAW HOW EXCITED HE WAS. SHE MADE ME COME BACK INTO THIS ROOM AND HELP HER MOVE THE BUREAU BACK. AND TORTH SO I COULDN'T HEAR, ANYTHING WHEN MILLIONAIR LOOK , IT MEAN \ * t • I * , EXCITEI STUFF YESTERDAY THE ENGAGEMENT WAS AT4NOUr4CED AND TODAY THE FIANCE LOOKS PANIC- STRICKEN. THEN AFTER JOSIE ASKED ME TO PUT THE DRAWERS 6ACK THE BUREAU AND STRAIGHTEN OUT THE THINGS PURPOSELY MIXED UP, SHE WENT OUT AND SHUT I* THE DOOR AFTER THERE'LL PROBABLY BE A BIG HULLABALOO IN THIS HOUSE TONIGHT, TOO. WELL, I FIXED THINGS UP AS FAST AS I COULD AND I THEN STEPPED TO THE DOOR TO LISTEN. COULDN'T HEAR A THING AND JUST AS I DECIDED TO OPEN LT A LITTLE, JOSIE POPPED THE DOOR OPEN RIGHT AGAINST MY HEAD. THAT'S WHY IT'S THIS WAY. THEY'LL PROBABLY JAW AWAY UNTIL ALL HOURS TONIGHT AND BUST UP OUR REST. VTHERE8 RELATIVES FOR YOU, SWEET. WITH HUMORIST SOLID IVORY . , Husband (reading from paper)— Throo thousand, four hundred and twenty-six elephants M-ere heeded Jaat year to nuiUo billiard bullA. ; Wife—Isn't It wonderful that • euch Kroat beusta can be taught to do auch Uollcttte work.—Ohio Motorist, URNS HIM UP "I read In tho paper that a scientist* has. discovered that, singing warms the blo.od." • , • '.'Ho must bo right. I've heard^lhg- Inff that haa made my, blood bbll>"— • Answers. I 1 (V* THE SOURCE - Edna — Ilavo you heard the ! story that's going around about Madge? „ Eva — Heard It? "Why, my dear; I started It', — KarUcaturen. I I aieUaiifht ttjrmU«u; Jut SLIGHTLY MISTAKEN i Hotel guest—This wall la so thin that you can almost BOO through It. , Hotel manager — That's the wtndov you're .looking at.— Tale Spins. ' • i . 1 -I- .-L ' 7 1 • •c- •V1

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