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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, January 18, 1933
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12 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA**, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18,1933 Special Announcements SPECIAL PRICES NOW DH. FLETCHER 910 BAKER STREET BY GENTLEMAN, 2 or 3-room npart- meiit or roomB arranged for light housekeeping. Write Box 688, The Cnllfornlnn. 150 AUTOMOBILE PAINTING AND KENDBK BODY wonic B« turn set our prlcei. All work guaranteed. Jllue nibbon Oarage. lUnioro Brotheri, 1918 Nineteenth itrrot. 14fl SPECIAL reduced rites. Lenrn Jm ulino. fs Iniani. No uttn of oierelsti. Witwnian Piano School, 1060 Cheiter atenuo, room 105. 168 ROSES Good assortment of choice roses at very attractive prices. Choose yours •while assortment complete. Bakers- fleld Nursery. 631 Sixth. Telephone 326. 161 ^^Lpst—Fotuni d—-Si traycd LOST—Between Greenfield ind Old Hirer, lady'a pume containing? money anl koys. Keep money but please mall purio and keys to Mrs. G. A. • Cain, Tupman. Cilir. 147 KXTIXAOHDlNAItY barium In Income property. Beautifully furnished duplex and a G-roora houie, «!«o llrlnir quarters for owner In but- ment. Double garnfe. Largo lot. Walking distance. OreritufFed furniture and Filildalro. Property netting boiler than 21 per cent. Owner coin; eait, iayi gall for 13700.00. Terms, $2700 down, balance, easy paym»nti. Howard Nlcholi, Inc.. 1500 Nineteenth. 1-18-tf LOST—Black and tan foi hound, male. Last seen at Grapevine grade. Finder phono 41G6-J. 148 IjOST—One double ikld chain for 40-8 wheel for truck, nomovhere between Bokerifleld and Keeno mine. Reward. Notify Armitroni & Ron. Bak- eriflcUl. Calif. Telephone 3544 or 4B04. JLBFT on dolt In post ofrico, \Vcrtncidey, Carter fountain pen. Return to The. Callfornlan office, or phone 1018. Mri. X*ancher, room 166, Billon hotel. Reward. Financial miKB loll In Olldale. cheap. Will trade for lire- stock or lumber. 157 Hughes, Olldaln. 148 $6.60 PER $100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Const-Wide Institution 6 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 106.1 168 IS-tf/2% FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 20th Street. Phono 391. 168 Business Opportunities TOtt LEASE— MERCANTILE STORE WITH FIXTURES. VERT HKASONAnLB. SYLVESTER F. WELLS, nOOM 2. rnOFESSIONAL, BUILDING. PHONE 320. 147 FOR RENT—On main Golden State highway. Restaurant, nuto cnmp, Croom dwelling. All furnished and equipped. $40.00 monthly to responsible tenant. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester avenue. Phone 383. 147 FOR SALE—Gas station and grocery, three visible pumps. Old established location. Write Box 48L, Tho Call- fornlan. 14S FOR SALE, on account of sickness, grocery store, with large living quarters. Stock, equipment and household furniture Included. Phono 4380-W. 140 PARTNER wanted. Half Interest cocci paring manufacturing builnm. Good Income. Mult hart {650. Call at 1T24 TVcntjr-iecond street, ifltr 8 p. m. Ask for Beard. Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Men who will work Inttllljentlr under Instruction. Good tpptir&nee. mil ible to rinun self for SO dus, Ansmr F. O. Box 1432. Bikeriflfld, iMnf references, past experiences, etc. 147 Help Wanted—Female WANTED—Unencumbered, elderlj Inly, who winU rood borne uid imall wires In exchmie for housework. Applr tt Sin Joiquln DosDl upstilrs. room 9, between 2 and 4 p. m. No phone cilli. 147 WANTED—A huikj girl for housework. ApplT 1410 Fourteenth street. Help Wanted—Salesmen MEN WANTED for Rawlelgh cltr routes of 800 consumers In and near cities of Bikariflcld and Santa Paula. Reliable hustler cm start earning |!5 weekly and Increase rapidly. Wrlto Immediately. Rawlelzh Company, Department CA-4-V. Oakland. Calif. Situations Wanted—Female REFINED German flrl wanti work. Call 2972-W. 14T WOMAN wanti housework or clerking*, fipeaki three different languages. Phone 4763-J. DRESSMAKING of all kinds: alterations specialty. Bates reasonable. Work guaranteed. Xfrs. Nellie K«np. M23 K (treet. Phong 300B-J. For Rent—Rooms TO GENTLEJLAN—Very desirable room, reasonable, with bath, prlrate entrance, use of phone. Also garage. Muit be seen to be appreciated. Phone 8613-M. 148 For Rent—Rooms With Board BOOM and board. JO.50 per week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundings. Free parking. Also transient dinners. 50 cents. 2028 Nlnr leentb street. Telephone 937. 8-27-lf For Rent—Houses JTJRNISHBD 4-room house, 1617 Kle»enlh, 115.00. UNFURNISHED 4-room duplex, 727 K. $20.00. "E. H. White, 1831 Cheater. Phone 1110-W. 148 FOR RENT—5-room house. Green Acres, to 801290, S20; 5-room modem houie. Highland Park. Place fur chickens. 129.00. Water paid Phone 383. MJ-tr FOR RENT—Modern new 6-room bungalow. Double Karace. Large lot. Tenth street, near K. J25.00 monthly Kelly & Son. Telephone 263. 147 RENTALS—Five rooms and sleeplnt porch, J25; seven rooms, close In, $25; four rooms, half acre, $12. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-17-tI FOR RENT—Furnished half duplex Lights, gas and water furnished Garbage taken care of. Oarage. J30 B. E. Shields. Phone 960. 148 TWO-I1OOM furnished cabin. Gil and light 110.00. 110 East Eighth street. 147 FIVE-ROOM furnished house. Water paid. Oa rage. Fruit trees. 308 H street. Key at SOS H street. yon RENT, at 00« Twenty-fifth street, S-btdroom furnished house, newly renovated, owner then .• to show house. UNFURNISHED HOUSES Clean 6-room housn with water paid, $25 per month. Four-room house partly furnished, $17.50 per month. Five-room modern house with water paid, $22.50 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1-lS-tf JfJVB-ROOM house, nicely furnished. 2009 Orangi itrec.. Apply S115 Twenty-first jtreet. Tele phone nr>2!-.l. PIVE-ROOM, harwdorxi floors, rery modern. Clwa to rlcht i»rty. Qulncy stieet. near car line """"an. Ml Qulncy street. Telephone 1017-R, FOUlf-JlOOM cottage In court. Bist Bakersfleld Overstuffed furniture. Continuous hot wuer Oaraee. riionr 1M7-W. For Rent—Apartments SINGLE and double apartment, with sleeping porch Cloio In. Now renting for $18.00 and 122.50 The Bharlanrt. 2230 O street.' Phone 532. 16 FOR RENT —By week or month nicely furnluhed apartment at Th Kelly. Three rooms and bath, over Muffed, enrage, close In, adults only A r ery reasonable rent. Call 1305 street. Phune '1093 or 308. 14 iron RENT—I-mom nicely furnished dupler. Ilcn ressoinlile. Cull at 1210 Alia Vista. Wanted to Rent—Apartment WANTED to rent, apartment, by couple, 2 or 3 room apartment, or house. Water paid. 60S Pacific street. Wanted to Rent—Apartments For Sale—Automobiles 'or Sale—Improved Property OR SALE—Furnished cottage, 8 rooms, bath. Big lot 50x200. S1650.00. Tornia. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester, Telephone 363, 147 EN ACRES, G-room modern house. Suitable for chicken ranch or subdivision, Will sell or trade. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. 1-17-tf 1931 67 Bulclc sedan, llkn new, $79C. Chrysler 70 sport roadster, new pnlnt, $225. 1020 DC Sbto de luxe roadster, $296. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $17B. 192S Essex coupe, new paint, $95, 1929 Ford sport roadster, 6 wfro wheels and trunk rack, |175. 1930 Nash coupe,. $336. 1409 Eighteenth Street Phone 831 16ft IIJj toll cheap or trade. Modern G-rootn house. Nice yard. Ix>ti of fruit. Hco C. L. Illy, Mor- onet hotel. 147 For Sale—Improved Farms •OH SAIjB or trade, well Improred 90 acres, half mile west of Panama. Itoute 9, Box 110. 147 For Sale—Unimproved Land 'OR SALE—Mountain ranch, 670 acres. Well timbered rind watered. Will rent or accept exchange, Kelly & Son. 1712 Chester. Phone 383. 147 For Exchange—Property For Sale—Automobiles USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Do Soto coupe, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble scat, $100 down. 1931 De Soto sedan, $176 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $126 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 2288" 168 VALUES 1931 Ford Town sedan, $396. 1931 Ford Sport coupe, $325. 1930 Ford Sport roadster, $195. 1930 Essex Sport coupe, $276. 1928 Chrysler 72 roadster, $360. See »js about auto loans. We will arrange to finance your car at lowest rates—u;iy make. — " " " " ,9, USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phona 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 TRADE-INS 1925 Overland sedan, $37.BO. 1925 Overland sedan, $27.60. 1926 Chevrolet sedan, $37.60. 1925 Hudson .coach, $50. 1927 HupmobUc sedan, $95. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at Twenty-fourth. Phone 5828 • • 16S JACK SEZ— 1929 Ford pickup, clean, $125. Studehaker Commander, a honey, $28(i. 1926 Dodge commercial, new rubber, $96, PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenuo Jack Bundy. Manager 158 FOH SALE—1928 Ford coupe, $130, 1640 Chester avenue, Phono 3681. 147 For Sale—Furniture FIVE-PIECE walnut dining sot, $18.50. 3-ploce living room sot, $19,00. Studio couch, $12.76. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 841. 1100 Eighteenth Street. ! • 158 Radio, Musical Instruments PIANOS, radios, electric refrigerators,, bought, sold, rented and exchanged, Don C. Preston, Nineteenth and H. 168 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleancd, Highest. Grade 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 300 Ibs. recleaned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.35. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY. 80c. MANY MORE NOT ADVEliTISBD BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Over n period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. Wo continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. . ! No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is (rood. PIONEER MERCANTILE C6. 4-4-tf S . At depression prices FORDSON—new lugs, motor in A-l condition. Hot shot battery. Special underslung drawbar. For $100 cash. 10-20 McCORMICK-DEERING, wheel lugs, like now. We spent J178 overhauling this tractor. What a buy for $i!r>0. Terms. JOHN DEERE 15-27—Good condition, wheel extension, motor has good compression. A steal a't J275. Terms. CATERPILLAR THIRTY-FIVE—Only been in field about 10 days. Just llkn now. Carries new guarantee. SL',150. Before you buy, look these over. COUSINS TRACTOR CO., 1414 CHESTER AVE.' 148 100 pounds mash, in cloth bags, $1.36. 100 pounds scratch. $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Call 12-6-H AUTO iialntlni. 112.30 to 123; body and fender work. Prlcei right. Auto repairing. Trent I'alnt and Repair Shop, California and Baker. Phonii 3071-W. 159 ALFALFA lerd. 98 per rant pure. Slightly dli colored by September rain, otherwise tint claia need. lOo pound. Ccrro, Ilouto 3, Wlblo Boad. Bakerifleld. IBS FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy hay. Call E. Souza, 2626 L street. Phone 2363-W. 167 FOR SALE—ONE 2-STORY FRAME BUILDING and THREE FRAME COTTAGES LOCATED AT 2020-2024 ORANGE STREET, BAKERSFIELD. PURCHASER MUST REMOVE 11UILDINGS AND CLEAN UP PREMISES AT HIS OWN EXPENSE. FOR PARTICULARS, CALL AT TRUST DEPARTMENT, BANK OF AMERICA, BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA. 149 CADILLAC SEDAN Brand new, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Cadillac Agency, Chester at 22nd. 158 DOUGLASS- LOW-PRICED CARS. 2103 "EliE" Wlllyi-Knlglit touring; rum good. Buy, (30. '027 Oakland roadster; runs good. Down $22. 930 Ford roadster; curtains; A-l. Buy, $100. THE FIRST check for 132.50 takoa the Studebaker light ill sedan at the Central Oaraga, Twentieth street. TOR SALE — Marmon sedan. This beautiful custom-built car cost $5000. Only run 2!»00 miles. You must soo this car. Price $350. Blue Ribbon Gnrnge. iBi) BARGAIN In used trucks. Ford coupe, with pickup body; one Rco truck, 2-ton; one 3-ton Dodge; one 1%-ton Dodge; one Itt-ton Chevrolet truck; one 1',4-ton International; ono 2>,Aton Moreland: one 2-ton Moreland; 1D31 Ford with Dolly attachment. A. H. Karpe. Phone ni5. 147 PFIEFFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. Now and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles street. Phone 4132-W. 158 OAK WOOD, all sites and lengths, for fireplace* and storaa. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delirerj. Ileus' Ice Delivery. Phono 1808. ^ 1" WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Tn(d, for dry, sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delli- ory. Price! right. Phone 2360. 170 FOIl BALE—A clean practically new baby buggy. 005 a street. 147 SPECIAL, two days only, mattresses renovated, rebuilt, $2. One-day service. Phone 4175. BARGAIN, on freezer cases, scales, cash registers, meat slicer, restaurant fliturn. Complete. New and used, showcasa safe. 800 Baker. 150 KOll BALE— I'ulrerlzeil sheep manure-, 25 cen a sack, delivered. Phone 4471-W. O. W WILUNQHAM. house morer. Office 2813 Chester iTtnnc. llakersfleld. • HI For Sale—Miscellaneous. 20-INCl! oak, (C.OO tier: Kucalyptui, 15.50 tlor; cotton wood,' 19.28 Her; block wood, 13.00 tier; 13-Inch oak wood, $4.00 tier; cotton wood, 11.78 tier; block wood, (3.70 tlar. 479 Wathlniton UTenue. Olldale. Phone 9392. 148 USED FARM . MACHINERY, TRACTORS, PLOWS. DISC HARROWS. CULTIVATORS. COTTON PLANTERS, Oil ANYTHING BLSE YOU MIGHT NEED IN J-ARM • EQUIPMENT. TEHMS IF DESIBED, A. H. KARPE. 147 FOR SALE — 2«-lnch oak fireplace wood, $13 a cord, delivered. Pnone 91C. 151 tm HAWi—One nice saddle horse, one good cook store, Phone 416-W, or call it 407 Kern street. 149 FOH HAMC—Gray-liar stimulator, almott new and.very cheap. Phono 2020. 148 AUTO TOPS, curtains and upholstering it guatly reduced prices. Guaranteed work, 0. N. Johnston Shops Blghtenth and O Streets. Phone 989, 160 ELECTRIC MOTOR, I-honepower single phara. Will, rim from light tocket. Cheap. 15-horse- powar motor, cheap. Dion» 2S4B-J. Fruits and Vegetables FANGY mountain potatoes, $1.35 a sack, nt Borchtold's, 830 East Nineteenth street. Poultry and Livestock . FOR BALE—One team horses, eight feeder plga and ono brood low. IK mile* south of Unruh Service Station, RoiadaJe, on the Onlcy place. C. H. Jennings. . 147 FOR BALK—One gentl« Jersey family cow, 135.00. W. Nickels, on» mil* south of Rhafter. 148 WANT t* buy. grain-fed hog, to dress about ISO poundfl. Phone R8S6. Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WILL purchase chlld'a bed, Muit be in good con- dltlon. 1'hono 5233. 149 Legal Notices DELINQUENT SALE OF STOCK Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, location of principal place of business, Bakersfleld, Calif. Notices is hereby given that there la delinquent upon the following issued stock of tho Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, a corporation, on account of assessment No, 28, levied thereon tho 28th day of April, 1932, the several amounts sot opposite tho names of tho respective shareholders as follows: Cert. No. Amt. E. B. Pylo (old stock) BO $6.00 W. M. Destefanr 128 6.00 Alex Fish 130 C.OO And in accordance with the law and an order of the Board of Directors of said association, so ninny shares of such stock as may be necessary will bo sold at public auction at the Panama schoolhouse, on the. 23rd day «f January, 1933, at 2 o'clock p. m., to pay the'delinquent assessment thereon, together With tho cost of advertising and expenses of the sale. (Signed) MRS. R. B. ASHB, Jan. 11 to 21, Inc. Secretary. NQTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of tho stockholders of the Kern County Flntxnco Company will bo held at the Office of sMd corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue in tho City of Bakersfleld, State of California, on Thursday, January 26, 1983, at the hour of 3 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing year, and for'the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. M. A. WBATHERWAX, Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. FRANCE AND JAPAN HORIZONTAL 1 France is the center of the world? 7 For what product IB Japan world famous? 8 To spill liquid upon, 10 To retard the time of arrival. 11 Gusset (dress* making). 13 Dogma. 14 Mercenary. 16 Fire basket. 18 Spanish American shawls. 20 To employ. 21 Small depressions. 23 For fear that. 24 Structural unit. 25 Pastry. 26 Seventh tone In any major diatonic scale. 27 Expensive. Answer to Prerlo«t Pwnle r -_ iiHHH 30 Pertaining: to a hllum. 32 At what time. 34 Settled an income upon. . 36 Entangling. 38 Coronet. 39 Bards. 40 Banal. 42 Missile •weapon containing three balls of stone. 43 To simmer. 44 One. • 45 Built V^RTICAJU 1 Arranges methodically. 2 Winged. 3 Heaven. 4 Distinctive theory. 6 Relishes from Italy. 6 One who takes notes. T IntelUkenc*. 9 Punitive. 10 Any ruminant Animal mammal of the family Cervi. dae. 12 Pomace of grapes. 13 Three-pronged spear. 16 Diminishes. 16 To reprove. 17 Lukewarm. 1.8 Visible vapor. 19 Point of sarcasm. 22 Nothing. 28 Entrance. 29 Bellows. 30 Stove, furnace, or radiator. 31 To replace. 32 Canada's chief crop. 33 Strikes. 35 To inscribe. 37 Compact. 41 Female sheep. 42 Still. Legal Notices -t ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK. HOLDERS, BAKERSFIELD IN. VESTMENT COMPANY. The. regular annual meeting of. the stockholders of the Bakeraflold Investment Company will be held in the office of Taylor & Taylor, I860 Chester Avenue. City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on Tuesday, January 17, 1983, at 2 p. m., for tho election of Directors, and such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Dated January 1, 1933. B. I.. SOLOMON. Secretary. Jan. .a to 18, Inol. .. Legal Notices NOTICE .OF ANNUAL MEETING, KERN COUNTY MUTUAL BUILD. INQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. The regular annual meeting of the Kern County Mutual Building 1 and Loan Association will bo held Tuesday, January 34th, 1933, at 3 o'clock p, mr, at Its office at 803 Baker street, Bftkersfleld, California, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to servo for tho ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business aa may come regularly before the hieot- Ing. ARTHUR S, CniTES. Jan. 10 to Sl.lncl. Secretary. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COUNTY OF KERN To the Honorable Clerk of the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California: N. C. Houze, the 'Public Administrator of the County of Kern, State of California, respectfully, makes his return to all estates of decedents which have come Into ,hls hands; the value of same; the money which has come Into his hands from such estates; what has been done with it; his fees and expenses Incurred in each estate, and the balance, if any, remaining in his hands during: the six months of his term of office, commencing'with July 1st, 1932, and ending with December 31st, 1932, same being In accordance with the Provisions of Section 1736, of the Code of Civil Proceeduro of the State of California. Money Adm'r Rec'd Fees 160.00 306.28 Appraised Value 860.00 316.28 22.14 Money Claims Balance Paid Allowed On Hand 169,00 ...... 1.00 76.84 230,39 20.00 803,00 4,367.44 1,200.00 200,00 78.00 7.20 328.G3. 823.47 1,200.00 806.00 406.10 12.80 474.47 8,688.97 787.88 640,91 121.29 126.80 66.12 46.86 8.60 622,36 687.88 40.46 40.26 482.00 419.21 27B'.66 166.00 8.03 80.03 84.76 160.29 7.00 168.29 2,074.2! lib'.oo 2,'o74'.2i s'oV.65 1,313.24 - 684.00 1,036.65 1,771.08 41.93 686.61 G84.00 728.19 602.11 347.60 265.00 646.00 384.00 626.73 SOB.30 1,268.97 963.48 67.44 464.12 291.11 499.36 202.12 792.72 1GO.OO 340.00 22X62 36.00 406.37 9.03 731.77 8,50 37.80 17.00 23.00 37.07 SCS.60 275'.66 175.00 302.00 193.10 60.95 141.60 802.20 206.62 12.00 369.30 611.83 17.00 3.1S 694.83 212.12 202.12 1,226.03 255.00 14.15 17.S2 202.12 484.89 203.53 511.78 194.60 374.45 294.98 741.14 61.47 340.19 \ 340.19 Ursula Garcia \ Eugene. Wilson Juaquln Padllla A. Hernandez 32.18 H. I*. Gentry.. .Unappratsed A. M. Heyworth... 7,984.29 Alice Hlgglns 1,000.00 Orvll B. Phelps.Unappratsed Joe Smith 787.86 Afraso Atamlan .... 640.91 •William R. Jones.. 121.39 William J. Wilson.. 125.00 Lucy Ocano ....Unappratsed John C. Cunningham 250.00 Ole Nelson Unappralsed Lulu I. Van Winkle Unappralsed Harry Konolds .... 1,600.00 P. J. Cowan....Unappralsed Joe Nonella 2,074.21 A. R. Staff a.... Unappralsed John Kellerman ... 1,617.24 William J. Hanat.. 584.00 Frances Sheppard,. 1,036,65 Charles H. Allen... 1,771.08 Lillian Moore... Unappralsed Baclllo Katapan 963.48 C. Morales Unappralsed Charles E. . Davis Unappralsed O. N. Gosnell 1,116.22 Claude Mooro 150.00 Laurence O'Connor 840.00 Thomas Gallagher . 323.62 M. L. Wylie 400.00 Florence Brewer Unappraised Richard Tannls.Unappralsed Url D. Pryor. ...Unappraised Mae ZImmer.. ..Unappraised M. D. Kerr Unappralsed Louisa E. BelL.Unappralsed Hop Tuck Unappralsed Mallnda W. Davis-. Unappralsed Ernest O. Davis 202.12 Juan Echeverria ... 1,247.23 Pasquale Piazolla .. 2,481.80 Neils Christiansen Unappralsed William Baker..Unappralsed Jessie Scott Darnell 360.19 Samuel T. Qlat- felter UnappralseA Frank Nelson... Unappralsed Jacob Ward 260.00 G. D. Cardoza ..Unappralsed Elvira Williamson Unappralsed Alfred Gllfred 1,025.92 Pierre Faure 6,879.41 Joseph Coffe 1,500.00 John J. Corcoran Unappraised H. H. Bell. 2,387.50 Chris Nelson Unappr.iisert David Engle... .Unappralsed Edward Anderson Unappralsed John Lacy 416.46 Flora C. Hugglns.. 697.22 John Reubensteln.. 865.00 Charles Alls 1,000.00 Mabel Webber..Unappralsed Branclsco E. Rio Unappralsed Casper Schock . .Unappralsed John Obradovlch... 760.00 Bessie Moore 1,604.19 Anna E. Hoefner... 1,750.00 n. W. Wynne 700.00 Flora V. Payne 1,125.00 Santos Perez .. .Unappralsed Ed. R. Barkley. .Unappraised Andres Jerger- son Unappraised Gustav Heuschkel Unappralaed Lillian Hodgson 250.00 John I. Keller.. .Unappralsod 'Jim Malatore ..Unappralsed Silas L. Jenkins.Unappratsed •S. L. Pearce....Unappralsed Thoa. Bryson ...Unappralsed Bolla Styles Unappralsed B. F. Allen Unappralsed Otto Bliss ..... .Unappratsed John Coco Unappralsed ...... ...... ...... .."." "..'.'. Robert J. Little.Unappralsed State of California, County of Kern, ss. , 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 tho estates coming Into his hands as Public Administrator of Kern County, as some therein appears from the 1st day of July, 1932, to the 31st day of December, 1932, and the whole thereof, and that ho was not interested In any of tha expenditures of nny estate. Subscribed and aworn to before mo this 9th day of January, 1983. (SEAL) • N. C. HOUZE. W. B. GOLDTNG, Notary Public. Jan. IS to 24. inc. In and for the County of Kern. State of California 623.16 223.36 1,100.00 299.81 1,025.92 379.41 50.00 71.04 1,025.92 325.5S ' 18.50 376.00 601.35 53.83 31.50 2,108.00 1,434.65 550.02 405.00 452.80 405.00 1,657.98 1,029.85 794.98 116.46 397.22 865.00 1,350.00 507.50 1,128.07 12.00 3S6.00 3-14.34 340.00 327.34 287.4S 118.41) 385.22 479.00 1,005.66 760.00 1,604.19 94.16 477.60 1,604.19 467.50 479.00 282.50 Professional Cards 425.00 '366.96 3,000.00 I ' K'O'.OO 40.00 153.90 2,124.81 260.00 50.00 343.50 VE'O'.OO •425.00 3,000.00 40.00 153.90 2,124.31 GASOLINE ALLEY Borrowed On Time By KING BV _ ISM'T A \\\W SMlTCI-l OF GAS 1U OL.' U-Z. MOW THAT OLD JUKJK CAR THAT SOME DGMBBECL GAVE. Ttidse KIDS— 1'U, BET THe-fVe N6VER LOOKED TO SEE. I'LL MAK& IT UP TO SOME WAS SOME. TIME. Reg. U. S. fit. 91. •, Copyright, MM, by The Chicago Triton^ THE BUNGLE FAMILY Concern By HARRY J. TUTHILL WE, DON'T LIKE TO TELL YOU FOLKS WHAT YOU OUGHT TO DO BUT.... WC OUGHT TO GO OUT AGAIN, DEKWCK. GET YOUR AND DERRICK \ I'LL BET A 6HE WENT HOME, TO K. NCAR THAT HAMBURGER, STAND WE HATED TO AWAKEN YOU FOLKS SO EARLY BUT WHEN KLEO DIDN'T GET HOME..: WHAT TIME IS IT NOW? IT ISN'T SIX r YE8 / / I THINK L KLCO { WOULD /» AT < ( LEAST. jn: HC WROTE. TO HErX EVERY, DAY. HE HA& BEAUTIFUL HANDWRITING BUT HI6 PEOPLE HAVE NOTHING. THEY'RE...WELL JUST PLAIN PEOPLE. WELL ANYHOW DERRICK, WE'D ALL FEEL BETTER IF YOU AND I RIDE AROUND.... SOMETHING LIKE- THAT JUST MUST HAVE HAPPENED. I THINK IT IS \ GEORGE WENT OUT ABOUT FIVE TO LOOK AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD. WELL, LOVE 1 18 FUNNY THAT WAY. WELL BUT DO YOU THINK SHE'D GO HOME WITHOUT SAYING ANYTHING TO US? THE HAMBURGER. MAN JERRY./ YET IS IT? THE, IDEA OF KLEO BREAKING UP OUR, REST THIS AND MAKING US NERVOUS. KLCO ENQA/3CD TO OR THREE TIMES.) JOHN'W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX BEHVICH, AUDITS, BTSTKIU Bulk) 103, Professional HulkUni V . Phone 4661 ! DR.B. BUZAN . Palmer Graduate) CBinopnACTon Pnlnlm System Complete Electrotherapy Service, Hoot Cerrtttltiw noun, 10 to 13 a, i»., 2 to S, 7 to 8 p. m. Uoomi 111.111-113 Morgan Bulldlni I'll ChMter Afenue Telephone B518- Lidy Attendant^ Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS REDUCING ,, Colonlc Irrigation x INSTITUTE OP HYtmoTHBIlAFT HIS V Street 8 «. m. to 9 p, in. Thau 50«» LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Unexcelled—That la Out Sloiitf Ten Different. Berrlces and Zorlo Odurleii Dry Cleaning CITIZENS J^AUNDRY Btzteenth and O Blreeti Phone tt» BOB WELCH RIDING " ACADEMY County Iload Park. Phone i:i8-n-ll Well-trained laddie horie», 75 centa hour. Special offer—week-dayi only, thli ad and 50 eentf entltlei bearer to one hour'i rldo. Hories bought and told PIANO TUNING Factory Registered Tuner 13.50 Satlifictlon guaranteed CARL A. BYIID Phone I309-M 830 TijUltun Arena* DR. W. TOM POLLOCK • A Palmer Chiropractor iayi: "You can b» well."" Let him help you. One raonth'i lerrtre for 113 Orer Hughes Drue Store Nineteenth and Cheiter Phone 11I»-J Legal Notices NOTICE OF THE HEARING REPORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 842. Office of. the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State 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, commencing? nt the northeast corner of Villa Lot No. 20, according to the map of "Drury's Addition of Kern City, Sec. 21. T. 29 S., R. 2S E., M. D. B. & M.." filed for record on March 18th, 1907, on page 101 of Book 1 of Maps, ana running thence southerly and ulong oust boundary of bald Villa Lot No. 26, to thn southeast corner thereof, hn« been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors at their rooms In the County Courthouse In the City of Bakersfleld, snld 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, through and upon the lands owned by: Harah J. Tltmus, Villa Lot No. 26, Drury's Addition of Kern City. By order of tho Bpard of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made January 0, 1933. P. E. Smith, County Clerk and ex-Offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jan. 12 to 2C, inc. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING i t Notice In hereby given that the Annual Meeting of stockholders- of the Parafdne Oil Company will ue held at the office of the company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakerafleld, California, on Tuesday, the 31st day of January, 1933, lit the hour of 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose <>f electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come bo- foro the meeting. CHAS. A. HARE, Secretary, Psrafflne Oil Compuny. Dated January 12, 1933. Jim. 12 to 27. inc. , Loses Livelihood by Court Ruling (United 1'rcis Leated Wire) INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 18. — Tho board of zoning appeals decided a difficult problem when it ruled that Mrs. Janet II. Curolny, widow, who operates a sand blast machine for reconditioning spark plugs, must vacate her residence within BO anys. Mrs. Curolay testified she was supporting three children on the Income derived from her work, done in a garage back of her home. Nelgjibor« argued that they were losing tenants because of the noise from the machine, UNLUCKY SLIP CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. IS.— Michael L. Illrsh had to stand helplessly by and sea an engine demolish his automobile recently. Hlrsh had tried . to turn around on a road next to tho tracks when his car slipped and iftlrcd In tho mud with the front wheels over tho tracks. The six other occupants of the car got out and tried to move the car but to no avail. Hlrsh and his companions stood back .is an engine approached and smashed tho car to bits. RAPPER FANNY SAY& H1S.U.«. PAT. Off. No Chrlntmit belle Is oomplott without •

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