The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 17, 1933 · Page 12
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Tuesday, January 17, 1933
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>^ \. ( , »#.»•'*,'' v-' 1 ' ' , ,;- ; • Ni <v*'-.,- ''•'' v, *v"' i/?« ' - • " ' " f "' 12 THE BAKERSFIELD GALIFORI^flAN,, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17^ 1933 Special Announcements AUTOMOBILE PAINTING AND FENDER BOOT wonic He sure let our prices. All work «-uaranlee<1. Blu« nibbon (Urage. Hansom Brothers, 1018 Nineteenth atrfrt. _il SPECIAL reduced rates. If.un Jazz piano. 13 IOIIMII. No scales or exercises. Wntorman Plino School. 1COO Chester avenue, room 105. 108 FRENCH CAPB No. 2, near Southern Pacific depot. Special Sumla* dinner. Combjnatlon breakfast, 5 to 11, 25 rants up. Special lunch- enn and dinner from 10 «. m. to 8 p. m., ir> cents. Special, every Wednesday. German pot rostt and rotnto pan cakes. All as-cent onlrefi Include drink, on counter. Telephone 4778. For Rent—Farm Land FOR RK.NT—Sixty acres, two rood wells, large house, dairy barn, 40 acres alfalfa. Boute 4, Box 443 Roia A. Morgan. 148 Wanted to Rent—Houses WANTED—House, three bedrooms, good location, reasonable rent. W. L. ' J>nnd.iborough, care Civic Commercial Association, Bakersfleld, Calif. 146 For Sale—Improved Property FOR ^fc— Furnished cottage, ROSES . Good assortment of cholro roses nt verv attrac-tlvn prices. Choose yours while assortment complete. Bakersfield Nursery, G31 Sixth. Telephone 326. 151 Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Ulack Pomeranian do», Saturday evening, at Nineteenth and Chester. Liberal reward tor Information or return to 1804 Tniitun avenue. Miono 770-W. "J R j— urnse co, rooms, bath. Big lot 50x200. $1650.00. Terms. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. _ 147 TMN ACHES, B-room modern house. Suitable for chicken ranch or subdivision. Will sell or trade. Klmor P. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-17-tf WII.L sell cheap or trade. Modern 5-room house. Nice yard, lott of fruit. Bee C." t>. Hay, Mor- nnet hotel. 147 For Sale—Automobiles Ifi31 67 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. Chrysler 70 sport roadster, new paint, <225. 1829 De Soto de luxe roadster, $295. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, $95. 19E9 Ford sport roadster, 8 wire wheels and trunk rack, $175. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 Eighteenth Street Phono 831 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous BAIIQAIN on freezer euei, scales, eaih refliten. hiett illcer, reitaurant fixture*. • Complete. Net? and unci. Showcase lafe, 800 llaker. 150 POn $23. BARGAIN In usod trucks, Ford coupe, with, pickup body; one Reo truck, 2-ton; one 3-ton Dodge; one IH-ton Dodge; one IH-ton Chevrolet truck; one 1%-ton International; one 2<Aton Moreland; One 2-ton Moreland; 1931 Ford with Dolly attachment. A. H. Knrpo. Phone 915. 147 FOR SALB—1928 Ford coupo, 1640 Chester avenue. Phono 86 F 161. 130. 147 For Sale—Improved Farms BROWN ind whlto Enjllih bull don. Answers to name "Bruiser." I'hone B73J, or 110 Nlno- tecnlh itrect. Reward. 14e LOST—Between Greenfield and Old Hirer, lady'a rurae contalnlne money «nl keys. Keep money bul pleaie mall purie eJid key« to Mn. C. A. Cain. Tuprnnn. Calif. " 7 LOST—Brindle female Iloston Hull with hair Up. Answers to name of "Teddle." Keward. 3715 K Hreet. Phono 2803-3. 1X>BT—Black and tan fox hound, male. l.ait seen it Orapetlne grade. Finder phone 415B-J. 148 Financial $6.60 PER J100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Bo Con\lnced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Const-Wido Institution E Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 168 FOR SAM) or trade, well ImproTcd 20 acres, half mile writ of Panama. Route 3, Box 110. 14T ilKHB Is a 40-ucro farm, located near 8h»ftw. G-rnom houie, barn and other buildings. Klectrlc pump. Unusually food loll and water condltloni. L«t ui i how you and you make ui an offer on It. Howard Nlcholl, Inc., 1609 Nineteenth. 1-17-83 For Sale—Unimproved Land FOR SAIjE—Mountain ranch, 070 acres. Well timbered and watered. Will rent or accept exchange. Kelly ft Son, 1712 Chester. Phone 3C3. 147 For Sale—Furniture UBBT) FA11M MACHINERY, TRACTORS. rr,ows, ntsc HAHROWS, cuurivATons, COTTON PI<ANTBn8, OH ANYTH1NO BLSli) YOU MIO1IT NKED IN FAUM EQUIPMENT. TEOMS IV DESIIIKD. A. I!. KARPB. 147 20-INCH oak. 15.00 tier: Eucalyptus. J5.50 tier; cotton wood, $3.25 tier; block wood, $8.00 tier! la-inch oak wood, M.OO tier; cotton wood, 12.75 tier; block wood, 12.75 tier. 479 Waihlniton avenue. Olldale. I'hone 8292. 148 FOR HALK—1'Ulverlr.ed ilicep manure, 95 cents a tack, dellrereil. Phone 4471-W. leg O. W WILUNOnAM. noun moter. Office S819 Cheater erenue, Bakenfleld. 14* FOH SALB—Good clean ic Oil barley. Phone 8704-.7-12. Houle 6, Box 4(11. Ixiuli Borel. 147 Poultry and Livestock FIVE-PIECE walnut dining set, $13.60. 3-plece living room set, $19.00. Studio couch, $12.75. IVAN L,. HAMM Phone 341. 1100 Eighteenth Street. 158 Radio, Musical Instruments PIANOS, radios, electric refrigerators, bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Don C. Preston, Nineteenth and H". 15S For Exchange—Property FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 20th Street. Phono 391. 15S WANTED—11500 for 8 years. A-l security and Interest. Write Boi 46-B. Tho California^. Business Opportunities KANSAS CITY residence, best location. Eight rooms, entirely modern. Modern garage. Close In, very desirable, will exchange for California clear property, vacant preferred. Write Mrs. Alberta Davis. 104 Wood street, Taft. Calif. 146 For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR SALE— I. 1 ! fresh and iprlnilni cms ind heifers, Jerseys and Holstelns. Prlco from (40 to 175. Will sell on terms to responsible par ties. UnUetwood's. street, Phone 448. 1520 Tenth FOR SAI.n-One first-calf Jersey heifer. Clyde Hell, Shaffer. 133, 147 FOll SALB—Does and bucks, $1.90 each, or will trade for Barred Hook hens. I'hone 8034, 11KD baby chicks from blood-tested flocks. Fhone 21-P-13. FOR HALE—23 Holsteln heifers, some fresh soon. Registered Holsteln bull. Dairy equipment, cheap. IJalcd hay. Route 4, Box 443. Rosa A. Morgan. 146 (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Rocleaned. Highest Grade) 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay majsh (cotton bags), $1.35. 75 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Foil BALK—Ono team horses, eltht feeder plis and one brood sow. l*i miles south of Unruh Service Station. Bosedale, on the Onley place C. H. Jennings. " Poultry and Livestock I'hone 87S7-R-8. horie, army saddle and brldl*. 147 Dogs and Other Pets FOR SALE—Two Canutes aimers. I'hone 8039. with cafes. Good 148 Legal Notices DELINQUENT SALE OF STOCK Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, location of principal place of business, Bnkersfleld. 'Calif. Notice Is hereby given that there Is delinquent upon the following Issued stock of ,tho Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, a corporation, on account of assessment No. 26. levied thereon the 29th day of April, 1982, tho several amounts set opposite tho names of the respective shareholders Legal Notices Parafflne OH Company will DO held at the office of the company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakersfleld, California, on Tuesday, the 81st day of January, ' 1938, at tho hour of 8 o'clook P. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business aa may come before the meeting. _' ' . CHAS. A. liARE, Secretary, Parafflne Oil Company. Dated January 12, 1088. .Tun IS to 27. Inc. ! Legal'Notices NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING, KERN COUNTY MUTUAL BUILD- INQ AND. LOAN ASSOCIATION. The regular annual meeting of the Kern County Mutual Building and 1/onn Association will be h/" day,.January 24th, 1038, at _ & m.,' nt Its office at 803 .Baker street, alcersfleld, CftHfornla, for the -purpose of electing a Board ot Directors to serve for tho ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as lhay come regularly before the meeting. • -ARTHUR S. CRITES. hpld Tuest « o'clock "jan. 10 to gljncV Secretary. Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOMB TAX BEBVICB, AUDITS, BYSTBMft * Boll* 103, Profeiilonil Bulldlai Phone tttl . 8EM..ANNUAU- . Offr JUBU^ADMIN.STRATOR as follows: E. E. Pylo (old stock) ........ BO W. M. Destefanr ............. 126 Alex Fish ...... . ............. 180 Amt. B!UO 6.00 And In accordance with the law and an order of the Board of Directors df said* association, so many shares of such stock as may be iiecessary will be sold at public auction at tho Panama schoolhouse, on tho 28rd day of January, 1933, at 2 o'clock p.. m. t to pay the delinquent aaaessment thereon, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of the sale. : (Signed) MRS. R. B. ASHB, Jan. 11 to 21, Inc. Secretary. To the "Honorable Clerk of tho Superior Court of the County of Kern, Stat N.' 0 C. C HouM?'the Public Administrator of the County of Kern, State ot California, respectfully makes his return to all estates of decedents which have come into his hands; the vttlue of same; Oie money which has come into his hands from •eon estates; what has been done with -It; his fees and expenses Incurred in each estate, and the balance, If any, remaining In hla hands during the six months ot his term of office., commencing with July 1st, 1932? and ending With December 31st, 1082, same being In accordance with the Provisions of Section 1736, of the Code of Civil Proceoduro of the State of California. Ursula Garcia ... Eugene Wilson .. Juaquln Fadllla,. A. Hernandez Appraised 1 Value .. , 8BO.OO .. •', 310.23 Money Reo'd 160.00 306.23 Adm'r Pees Money Claims Balance Paid Allowed On Hand 22.14 159.00 75.84 32.18 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINO Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting ot- stockholders of the RIVER QUESTION JOn LEASE—MBHCANTIU! BTORB WITH FIVTBRES. VEKT ItEASONABLB. BYLVE8- TEll P WELLS. H(X>M 2, PKOFESSIONAL BUILD1KQ. PHOXB 320. 14J FOR RENT—On main Golden State highway. Restaurant, auto camp, 6- room dwelling. All furnished and equipped. $40.00 monthly to responsible tenant. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 363. 147 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 De Soto coupe, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. i 1931 Do Soto sedan, $175 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. > 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAQB USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 2288 158 PAHTNEUI wanted. Half Interest Bood paying manufacturing builness. Oood Income. Must hare J650. Csll at 1424 Twenty-second street, after 8 p. m. Ask tor Beard. FOR SALE—Gas station and grocery, three visible pumps. Old established location. Write Box 48L, The Call- fornian. 148 Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Men who will work Intelligently under InstrucUon. Oood appearance, and able to finance self for 80 days. Answer P. O. Box 1432. Bakersfleld, glrtng references, put eipe- rlences, ete. 147 Over n period of 32 years ouV reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Bu.slnoas Is good. , PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf VALUES 1931 Ford Town sedan, $395. 1931 Ford Sport coupe, $325. 1930 Ford Sport roadster, $195. 1930 Essex Sport coupe, J27f>. 1928 Chrysler 72 roadster, $3GO. See us about auto loans. Wo will arrange to finance your car at lowest rates—any make. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 118 (Oppoalte Courthouse) 15H At depression prices FORDSON—new lugs, motor In A-l condition. Hot shot battery. Special underfilling drawbar. For $100 cash. 10-20 McCORMICK-DEERING, wheel lugs, like new. We spent $178 overhauling this tractor. What a buy for $250. Terms. JOHN DEERE 15-27—Good condition, wheel extension, motor has good compression. A steal at $275. Terms. CATERPILLAR THIRTY-FIVE—Only been in field about 10 days. Just Hkfl new. Carries new guarantee. $2350.' Before you buy, look these over. COUSINS TRACTOR CO., 1414 CHESTER AVE. 148 Help Wanted—Female WANTED—Housekeeper. In motherless home. One- third mile eait ot Waico. Boute 1. Boz 383. 145 WANTED—Unencumbered, elderly lady, who wants Eood home and small wages In exchange for housework. Apply at Bsn Jcaquln Hospital, upstairs, room 8, between 2 and 4 p. m. No phone calls. WANTED—Worn an tot general housewofc. ! laundry. Light work. Out of town. Call TOT. 147 Situations Wanted—Female TRADE-INS 1925 Overland sedan, $37.50. 1925 Overland podan, $27.50. 1925 Chevrolet sedan, $37.50. 1925 Hudson coach, $50. 1927 Hupmobllo sedan, $95. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at Twenty-fourth. Phone 5828 158 TOUNO, refined woman, with boy. wanu housekeeping In motherless home or for couple employed. Capable, of taking full charge. Can give references. Call 5095-J. BEFINED German girl wants work. Call S9T2-W. O1RU 20. \vanls general housework or work of »ny kind. Phone M68. For Rent—Rooms TO GENTLEMAN—Very desirable room, reasonable, with bath, prlTat« entrance, use of phono. Also garage. Must bo seen to be appreciated. Phone 3013 -M. 1*? For Rent—Rooms With Board BOOM and board, to.50 per week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundings. Free puking. Also transient dinners. SO eentl. 2028 Nineteenth street, retention* 93T. 8-J7-lf JACK SEZ— 1929 Ford pickup, clean, $125. Studebaker Commander, a honey, $280. 192(1 Dodge commercial, new rubber, $95. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 158 CADILLAC SEDAN Brand new, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Cadillac Agency, Chewier at 22nd. 158 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.35. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. GANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. , 12-8-tf HORIZONTAL 1 Products tor which Russia is famous. (Young owl 10 Epochs. 14 In what continent IB China? 16 Ignominy 16 Fluid rock 17 To apportion cards. 18 Therefore. 19 Consumed. 20 Calves' meat. 22 To stuff. 24 Insurgent 27 Organ of hearing. * 29 FurtlVe move. 33 Constellation. 34 What river is called the "Father of •Waters"' 37 Cur 38 Sun god 39 Southeast i 40 Headgeai 41 Affects with gangrene 46 Native metal. 47 Tissue 48 Prophet Answer to Previous Puzclo HKHMH RSIlfl I?M ana si BOH HM s BBC?) arara HHB a JJifl HM BBISI C0(=3 HB1 a unflB o aanHn oaaa 40 Epilepsy symptom. hotels 63 Thin sheet of metal 55 Thick slice. 58 Natural power 69 Ore launders. 63 Nether world. 64 Conscious. 67 Garden tool. 68 Famous college In' f S A. 69 Words 70 Last word of a prayer VEKTICAi. 1 Fashion. 2 Custom. 3 Inlet. 4 Ointment. 5 Bones. 21 Tree, genus Ulmus. 22 Hating * crest 28 Onager. 24 Battering mtv chines. 26 To burst forth. 2«To lave. 29 Like. 30 Overseer. 31 Armadillo. 32 Sky toy. 36 "Wrath. . 3» To observe. 42 Nourishing. 43 Food con* talner. 44 Dye. 45 Monkey 50 Extreme.' 20.00 803.00 4,357.44 1,200.00 200,00 78.00 787.80 640.91 121.39 125.00 66.12 46.86 8.60 160.29 2.074.21 110.00 1,313.24 684.00 1,088.65 1,771.08 41.93 983.48 87.44 202.12 792.72 150.00 840.00 223.62 35.00 406.37 611.83 (Sell goods In 52 Tidy quantities. 1 Minor note 54 Poems. 65 Bashful. 8 Standard type 56 Meadow measure 57 Every 9 To lacerate 60 Sweet potato. 10 College gradu- 61 To piece out. ales 62 Measure. 11 Aeriform fuel. 65 You and 1. 12 Night before. 66 Measure of 13 Sorrowful. area 212.12 202.12 1,226.03 265.00 14.16 AUTO painting. 112.50 to 125; body and fender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Trone I'alnt anil Kepalr Shop, California and Baker. Phone 3671-W. 15» ALFALFA seed. OS per cent pure. Slightly discolored by September rain, otherwise first clsss seed. lOc pound. Cerro, Boute 3, Wlble Bold. Bakersfleld. 165 FOR SALE:—A-l baled dairy hay. Call E. Souza, 2626 L street. Phone 2353-W. 187 FOR SALE-i-ONE 2-STORY FRAME. BUILDING and THREE FRAME COTTAGES LOCATED AT 2020-2024 ORANGE STREET, BAKERSFIELD. PURCHASER MUST REMOVE BUILDINGS AND CLEAN UP PREMISES AT HIS OWN EXPENSE; FOR PARTICULARS, CALL AT TRUST DEPARTMENT, BANK OF AMERICA, BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA. 149 DEPBNDABLH CHEAP CAIIS. 2105 I 19ST Chevrolet coupe, $93; 1828 1'ontlao coupe. Jl<5. 102T Wlllya-Knlght touring; curtains; A-l. Down SSO. 1023 llulck standard; curtains, trunk, tire almost new fl-ply tires: A-l shape. Iluy, t!95; dp«-n }7U. FOR SALE—1929 Ford sport roadster, mechanical condition perfect. Body, PFIEFFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. Now and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles street. Phone 41S2-W. 168 OAK WOOD, all sizes, and lengths, for fireplace* and stoves. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Meara' Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. . m WOOD. Ilemember Peoples' Wood Tard, for dry, sound wood, llonest measure. Prompt dellv- try. IMces right. Phone 2.166. 170 VO\\ HALF,—A clem practically new baby buggy. 605 O street. 14T H.' L. Gentry...Unappralsed A, M. Heyworth... 7,984.29 Alloe.HlgKlns 1,000.00 Orvll B. Phelps.Unappralsed Joe Smith 787.36 Agaae Atamtan . A. 640.91 William R. Jones.. 121.39 William J. Wilson.. 128.00 sLucy Ooano Unappralsed John C. Cunningham 250JJO Ole Nelson Unappralsed Lulu I. Van Winkle Unappralsed Harry Ronolds 1,500.00 P. J. Cowan....Unappralsed Joe Nonella 2,074,21 A. R. Staffa....Unappralsed John.Kellerman ... 1,617.24 William J. Hanat.. 684.00 Frances Sheppard.. 1,036.66 Charles H. Allen... 1,771.08 Lillian Moorfi"...Unappralsed Baclllo Katapan.... 963.48 C. Morales Unappralsed Charles /E. Davis Unappralsed O. N. Oosnell. • 1,116.22 Claude Moore 160.00 Laurence O'Connor 840.00 Thomas • Gallagher . 323.62 M. L. Wylle 400.00 Florence Brewer Unappralsed Richard Tannls.Unappralsed Url D. Pryor....Unappralsed Mae Zlmmer Unappralsed M. D. Kerr Unappralsed Louisa E. Bell..Unappralsed . Hop Tuck Unappralsed ' Mallnda \V. Davis Unappralsed Ernest O. Davis 202.12 Jtuan Echeverrla ... 1,247.23 Pasquale Plazolla .. 2,481.80 Nells Christiansen Unappralsed William Baker..Unappraised Jessie Scott Darnell 860.19 Samuel T. Glatfelter Unappralsed Frank Nelson...Unappralsod Jacob Ward 250.0D G. D. Cardoza . .Unappralsed Elvira Wllllam- non Unappralsed Alfred Gllfred 1,025.92 Pierre Faure ...... 5,879.41 Joseph Coffe 1,500.00 John J. Corcoran Unappralsed H. H. Bell 2,387.60 Chris Nelson....Unappralsed David Englo Unappralsed Edward Anderson Unappralsed John Lacy 416.48 Flora C. Hugglhs.. 697.22 John Reubensteln.. 885.00 Charles Alls ': 1,000.00 Mabel Webber..Unappralsed Francisco E. Rio Unappralsed Casper Schock . .Unappralsed John Obradovich... 760.00 Bessie Moore 1,604.19 Anna E. Hoefner... 1,760.00 R. W. Wynne 700.00 Flora V. Payne..... 1,126.00 Santos Perez ...Unappralsed Ed.-R. Barkley. .Unappralsed Andres Jerger- son Unappralsed Gustav Heuschkel Unappralsed Lillian Hodgson ,250.00 John I. Keller...Unappralsed Jim Malatore ..Unappralsed Silas L. Jenkins.Unappralsed S. L. Pearco....Unappralsed Thos. Bryson .. .Unappralsed Solla Styles Unappralsed B. F. Allen Unappralsed Otto Bliss Unappralsed John Coco Unappralsed Robert J. Little.Unappralsed State of California, County of Kern, BS. 7.20 328.63 823.47 1,200.00 305.00 1.00 280.89 ' iV. 80 474.47 405.10 .,3,633.97 DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHinOPItACTOB Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Service, Foot Corrections Hours, 10 to 19 a. n.. a to 8, 7 to 8 p. nu nooms 111-112-119 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 661* Lady Attendant* Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET. SWEATS JIEDUOINO 4 Colonlo Irritation INSTITUTE -OF HYDROTHEHAPT 1812 F Street 9 a, m. to 8 p. m. Phone) SOW 622.38 637.88 40.48 40.26 482.00 419.21 275'.66 166.00 8.08 80.08 84.75 LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Unexcelled—That Is Out Bloiaa Ten Different Services and Zorjc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Blitemth ind O Streets Phone 181 BOB WELCH RIDING V ACADEMY County Road Park. Phone 8713-R-U Well-trained saddle horses, 75 cents hour. Bpeclal offer—week-days only, this ad and 50 cenlt entitles bearer to one hour's ride. t Hones bought and sold 7.00 2,' 168.29 306.00 886.51 684.00 728.19 602.11 847.60 265.00 646.00 884.00 624.73 308.3R 1,268.97 464.12 291.11 499.36 PIANO TUNING Factory Iteilstered Tuner 13.BO Satisfaction Guaranteed CAUL, A. BTBO Phone 1809-M 930 Tniitun ATenue 9 02 731.77 8.60 37.80 17.00 28.00 37.07 868.60 bVb'.oo 176.00 302.00 193.10 60.95 141.60 302.20 206.82 12.00 869.30 17.00 3.18 694.83 17.B2 202.12 484.89 203.53 511.73 194.60 374.45 294.98 741.14 ,61.47 840.19 523.18 340,19 DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor says: "You can be well." Let him help you. One month's service for 113 Over Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone llll-J Legal Notices 223.35 1,100.00 299.31 1,025.92 379.41 50.00 71.04 l,02r,.92 325.58 18.50 376.00 601.35 53.83 31.50 2,108.00 1,434.65 550.02 405.00 462.80 405.00 1,557.98 1,029.65 794.98 116.46 397.22 865.00 1,350.00 607.60 1,128.07 12.00 386.00 344.34 340.00 327.34 287.4R 116.46 * 385.22 479.00 1,005.66 NOTICE OP THE HEARING REPORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 842. Office of.tho Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, Statd of California: To All Non-Consenting Owners of the Hereinafter Described Lands Take Notice: That the report of viewers heretofore appointed by the above-named Board to view and lay out proposed County Road No. 842, commencln& at tho northeast corner of Villa Lot No. 26, according to the map of "Drury's Addition of Kern City, Sec. 21. T. 29 S., R. 28 E., M. D. B. & M.," filed for record on March 18th, 1907, on page 101 of Book 1 of Maps, and running thence southerly and along east boundary of said Villa Lot No. 26. to the southeast corner thereof, has been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors at their rooms In the County Courthouse In tho City of Bakerufleld, said County and State, for January 30, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M.,. .where any and all Interested therein may appear and make objection thereto If deemed proper. The said road will pass over, thro'ugh and upon the lands owned by: Sarah J. Tltrmia, Villa Lot No. 20, Drury's Addition of Kern City. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made January 9, 1983. F. E. Smith, 1 County Clerk and ex-Offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jan. 12 to 26, inc. 760.00 1,604.19 426'.o6 VsV.95 3,000.00 94.16 477.60 1,604.19 260.00 487.60 479.00 e.oo 282.60 425.00 lbV.95 s.ooq.oo NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. • 50.00 40.00 '163.90 60.00 40.00 163.90 2,124.81 2,124.81 Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kern County.Finance Company will bo held at the office of sr.ld corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue • In the City of Bakersfleld, Stato of California, on Thursday, January 26, 1933, at the hour of 3 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the en-' suing year, and for tho transaction of such other business as may properly como before the meeting. . M. A. 'WEATIIERWAX, Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. N C Houze, being duly sworn, says: that the above and foregoing semiannual report of the Public Administrator of the County of Kern, Is a true and correct account of the estates coming Into his hands as Public Administrator of Kern County, as some therein appears from the 1st day of July, 1932, to the 81st day of December, 1932, and the whole thereof, and that he was not Interested In any of the expenditures of any estate. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January, 1933. /cir-AT,> . N. C. HOUZK. t&i.A_L,; ^ B GOLiDING| Notarv Public. Jan. 13 to 24. Inc. In and for the County of Kern. State of California. For Rent—Houses -jr—— UNFURNISHED HOUSES Comfortable, clean, 6-room home, good • location, $25.00 per month. Four-room house, partly furnished, at $17.50 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 ' 1-13-tf FOB RENT—1-room completely furnished house. cheap rent to rleht parly. 429 H ilreet. 117 ' FURNISHED HOUSE Five-room modern homo In Sunset Park, with water paid, J40.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 1-13-tf GASOLINE ALLEY Muscling In By KING FURNISHED 1-room houie. 1117 Eleventh, »15.00. TJNPUBNISI1ED 4-room duplel, 727 K. $20.00. E. U. White, 1831 Cheiter. Phone 1119-W. 146 *OR HKNT— 5-room houie. Green Acres. Ixit 80x290, }20; fj-room modern house. Highland Park. I'laco for chickens. $:5.00. Water pslil. I'hone 883. 1-H-tI FOUn-HOOM huuie, 2114 O street. Call ilurluc day. H8 FOR RENT—Modern now C-rooni bungalow. Double parade. Largo lot. Tenth street, near K. $25.00 monthly. Kelly fk Son. Telephone 3M. 147 RENTALS—Five rooms and sleeping porch, $25; seven rooms, close In, J2D; four rooms, halt acre, fll!. Kl- imr F. Karpe. Phono 210. 1517 onth ctrent. 1-17-tf FOIt RENT—Furnished half duplex. Lights, gnu und water furnished. Garbage tiiken c;ire of. Oarage. JHO. B. E. Shield. Phone MO. 14S T\VO'H<K>M funihhM nibln. fias and Jlfl.(1(1. 110 Ka«t Eighth street. llchts. 147 ^JHE OC.D JUNK CAM THAT A STRANiGER WRAPPED AROONJD A POST AND INJ DISGUST PRESEMTro TO THE KIDS TMES WAV/g DISSECTED PART BV PART. i-pi- O, WMIMPV, THAT GOSS IM THE OTHER a SIDE OP. WALT, VOU'RE WROMG. THS KIDS HAP IT RIGHT. LOOK L\KE THIS ITS ALL RIGHT IF THEV DOW'T FIX IT TOO WGLU SAN, ""IT ISN'T GOOD FOR SOO •;AM' TAKE IT THEMSELVES. Keg. U. S. Pat 0(1.; CopyrigM,.WU, tj Th« CMc«|o Tribune. ANNUAL. MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS, BAKERSFIELD INVESTMENT COMPANY. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfield Investment Company will be held In the office of Taylor & Taylor, 1060 Cheater Avenue, City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on Tuesday, January 17,. 1933, at 2 p. m., for the election of Directors, and such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Dated January 1, 1933. E. L. SOLOMON, Seoretaty. Jan. 6 to 13, Incl. QUEEN OF HIKERS MARRIED Just before Miss Ivy Sprlngeet was married In a park jiear Sydney, N. S. 'W., sho was elected "queen of the hikers" for tho day. Ten thousand people then watched tho wedding, when she became Mrs. II. II. Hlfller. Hikers came for miles to see the double ceremony. Nino special trains carried 6500, whllo thousands rode by regular trains or hiked. * « » AIRPLANES USED AS HEARSES Airplanes were used as hearset, at tho funeral In Warsaw, Poland, of Lieutenant Zwlrko anil M. "WigurOi who were killed In an air record at« tempt. The planes were mounted on wheelH and drawn by horses through crowds which lined the route of tho funeral procession. The coffins were carried In the cockpits. • THE BUNGLE FAMILY In the Wee Small Hours By HARRY J. TUTHILL FLAPPER FANNY SAY& mo. u, a. w. orr. . WHAT'S THXT JO.?. For Rent—Apartments BINOLK and double apartment, with ilerplng porch. Close In. Now renting for J18 00 antl $2£.r>0. The Bharland.' ?:30 U street. 1'lionc 532. 10!! FOR KENT — By week or month, nicely furnished apartment, at The Kelly. Thr«« rooms and bath, ov,-r- Ktuffed, garage, close In, adults only. Very reasonable rent. Call 1305 I fctroot. Phono 4093 or 363. 147 ^GCOfXGE IT'S AFTEP. FOUR, O'CLOCK. AND KLE.O ISN'T HOME YET. I JUST CAN'T . IMAGINE WHAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED FOIt BENT— i-rootn (urnUhcd apartment, with bath. Silver, llni-n, eat and llzhti Included. Car ipaoe. 2007 Twentieth street. TWO rooms with Bleeping porrh. bath. Newly papered. 2321 Truxtun avenue. $18 IncludlnR lllhtl. 147 furnished 2-rconi apartment with private hathl, ISO and 123.50 month, 16.UO ueek. Unlit, (as, water, llneris. elertrlo waihlnic machine furnished. fiaraBt, If rmulrej. Tin, Woodrow. ; Baker and Jackson slretH. FOIl RENT—Cozy furnliheil S-room apartment. Prime .bath, latter floor. $20. AdulU only. Itlia Thirteenth, street Inquire 1023. AFTEfX FOUR.. HAVEN'T YOU BEEN ASLEEP JO? ' OH GEOP.GE. A.UL EVENING.. V WHEN K.LEO DIDN'T GET / HOME FOB. SUPPER. I HAD [/,. A FEELING THAT SOMETHING ^ WOULD HAPPEN. AFTER. CLArVA WENT TO BED I JUST DECIDED TO A. SIT UP AND WAIT FOP. « mm. AFTER. FOUR. AND SHE'S STILL OUT. LISTEN TO DEP.MCK SNORING. HE SOUNDS LIKE SOMEONE TRYING TO TEAR, THE DOOR, OFF A BAPsN. CLAP.A. IS SOUND [ASLEEP TOO. ABOUT TWO O'CLOCK. I WOKE HEP, UP BUT SHE FELL ASLE£P AGAIN .WHILE I WAS , ,TALKING ' TO HEP.. IMAGINE:. 1 LISTEN TO DEKWCK. SNOP.E. HE CAMC HOME ACL FAGGED OUT AND HOARSE AND TOLD ME HE SPENT. ALL AFTERNOON SHOWING THE FIRCj DEPARTMENT HOV/X TO HANDLE A rrf, ROW OF OLD am SHEOS THAT 11 Ik CAUGHT ON IMAGINE CLARA GOING TO BED ^WITHOUT A THOUGH' OF WHAT MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED K.LEOPATRA. OH GEOR3E LATER. IT S, THD MORE UNEASY I AM.. III! tuiht 6jrndic*U, Inc., N. Y. I ^ MoR A cold day make* iriod foot * m«r« men/ a frozen

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