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, t ,,„, , ^ ^ ^.^-p^rtp ^y^|,;yrvl>;^^^^ \ , ' v > ,'• ' '*' « '«' S S. '"'' ( ,'rf.r * », ," 'i'. ••" " I 5f(". ~*V i> *"t *•'•* i\"i- ", ^» **w '•-' , *,, r v"»- v *-»••: l . '' ' - • . . >-; t v .'-.'. - - - •• <l • ' • **.•• - '; M THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^, THURSDAY, JANUARY. 10, Special Announcements j For Sale—TmprovcdJFarms I ^ For SPECIAL PRICES NOW DR. FLETCHER 910 BAKER STREET ! ron BAUD or trade. Hi >nei, H«rt ilfnlfs. 5! room modern home. Oiuue. chicken houiea. 1 Stnwberriet, fruit and impel, Second hoti»» ! right, on Btverlj-, off Potom«c, In Frldiy Tract. 1 or Otto Itedmui, Route 0. Boi 800. 160 1BO AUTOMOBILE PAINTINO AND KKNDEn BODV WORK >!» lure c«t our orlwi. All work euirint«*d. Blur Ribbon Quite, Hiniom Brotlieri, 1019 Nlnr- Kenlh nr»et K" SPECIAL rciluccil nftt.Learn Jaif. pl«no. 12 letioni. No tolei cr eierctiei. WMwrain Plino School. 1660 Cheiter trciiue. room lor,. . IfiS ROSES Good assortment of choice rows at very attractive prices. Clioose yours •while assortment complete. Baiters- field Nursery, 631 Sixth. Telephone 326. 161 Lost-—Found—Strayed^ LOST—Tllick «ml tui foi hound, mile, l,ait lien -. <t Oranetlne urade. Finder nhone 41fitl-J. 118 JX>8T or itriycd, from I»ernet» Park Trtrt, a | -«m«ll ffmale Boiton bulldof, 8 months' old. | Chlld'i pet. Phono 4168-W. ' | JXJST—Blue and while mutren, newly reno»«t«r •lUiw on Pine, California, O or A itrcel. Finder •phon* 417/t. v For Sale—Automobiles USED CARS PROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1982 De Soto coupe, $200 down. • 1981 Dodge 10-whcel truck, $300 down. 1980 Pord coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 Do Soto sedan, $175 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKEUSFIKLD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next.to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. Phono 22S6 158 (CASH AND CARRT ONLT) 100 Lbs., Rccleaned, Highest Qrad« 100. LBS. HEN SCRATCH. $1.10. 100 Ibs. rocleaned wheat, $1.00. 300 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.36. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, BOo. • MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Financial $6.50 PEU $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Bo Convinced ; CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wldo Institution & Haberfeldo Arcade Bldg. Phono 106" 158 FLOYD DUNLAP 1323 20th Street. Phone 891. 158 Business. Opportunities FOR SALE—Gas station and grocery, three visible pumps. Old established location. Write Box 48L, The Call- fornlan. 148 FOR SALE, on account of sickness, grocery store, with large living quar- - ters. Stock, equipment and household furniture included. Phone 4380-W. 149 FOR 8ALB or trade, rilllni. station, garaie, near Stockton. One acre ground. Trade for property here, or light car, or $500.00 cash. 1403 Second. 14B Help Wanted—Male CLEARANCE SALE All cars to bo sold at a big sacrifice. Over GO to choose from, late models. Get yours now. See us about uuto loans. Will arrange to finance any cur. Lowest prices.^ USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 1931 67 Buick sedan, like now, $795. Chrysler 70 sport roadster, new paint, $225. 1929 De Soto de luxe roadster, $295. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, $95. 1929 Ford sport roadster, 6 wire wheels and trunk rack, $176. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 Eighteenth Street Phone 831 158 Over u period of 82 years our- reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised prlco. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. At depression prices PORDSON—new lugs, motor in A-l condition. Hot shot battery. Special underslung drawbar. For $100 cash. 10-20 McCORMICK-DEERINO, wheel lugs, like now. Wo spent $178 overhauling this tractor. What a buy for J250. Terms. JOHN DEEUE 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 like new. Carries new guarantee. 52360. Before you buy, look these over. COUSINS TRACTOR CO., 1414 CHESTER AVE. 148 SINGLE MAN to drive an automobile in a head-on collision with another automobile In connection with the Congress of Daredevils at the Bakr ersficld Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon, January 29. Must strty with car and crash at speed of 40 miles per hour and give unconditional release In case of Injury or death. Already have driver for other car. Name terms. Write B. Ward Beam, General Delivery. Bakersfleld. Help Wanted—Salesmen 19i!8 Buick standard sport coupe, $225. 1931 Chevrolet standard sedan, $445. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at Twenty-fourth. Phone 5828 15S MEN' WANTED for naivlelih routes of 800 consumers In and near city of Bakersfleld. counties of Kut Kern, Inyo and parts of flanta Barbara. Reliable hustler can start earning $13 weekly and Increase even' month. Writ* Immediately. •• lUwlelih Company, Department CA-4-8. Oakland, Calif. For Rent—Rooms TO GENTLEMAN—Very desirable room, reasonable, with bath, prlTate entrance, use of frhone. ..Also larane. Must be seen to be appreciated. Pliono 3018-M. 118 ONE housekeeping room, everything furnished. Outside entrance. 028 I street. Pllone 164Q-J. For Rent—Rooms With Board IIOOM and board, 19.60 per tree*. Comfortable rooms, pleaeant surroundlnss. Vtae parkins. Also transient dinners, CO ccnU. 2023 Ntn;- Itsnlh stre«t. Telephone 831. S-27-:f 1932 Terraplane demonstrator sedan, very low mileage. 1931 Oldsmoblle sedan. 1931 Auburn sedan, free-wheeling. 1930 TCssex sedan, side mounting and trunk rack. 1930 Willys sedan, 2 spare tires and trunk rack. 1929 Hudson sedan, 6 wire wnoels. 1929 Essex coupe. 1928 Hudson coupe, rumble seal. 1928 Auburn coupe, rumble seat, A-l. 1927 Essex coach. 1926 Buick roadster. 1928 Graham sedan, now rubber. 1928 Hudson sedan. These cars in excellent condition. Must be seen to be appreciated. BROWN-BOYD MOTOR CO. 2220 Chester Avenue. Phone 3955 150 100 pounds mush, In cloth bags, $1.35. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. GANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. LADIES' newest style shoes, Jl.OO, Friday and Saturday only. Family Shoo Store, 1410 Nineteenth street. AUTO painting, J12.50 to $25; body and fender uork. Prices right. Auto repairing, front) 1'aint and Hopalr Hhop, California and Baker. Phone 3071-W. 1.19 For FOR SALE OR TIRADE — Electric Fairbanks-Morse domestic deep well pressure system, complete. Also 4x 4Vi Rlx air compressor, with motor, air tank and all fittings. Inquire Md Helm Monument Works at the cemetery gate. 160 TOR SALE—Charter'! S10-e!g Incubator, Phone 4825-W. cheap. ISO Fruits and Vegetables Poultry and Livestock on SALPJ—Ono gentle Jersey family cow, 135.00. W..NIckeli. one mllo south of Shatter. 148 Legal Notices TITHED Jerieri, first-class, ono just, frcih, 3-tal- Ion, (55.00! ono fresh any day, 160.00; ono fresh In May, f40.00. All gentle. T. B. tested. C. A. Uenvcr, half-mllo north, quarter-mllo weit Ttosedale school, K NTIlBi;T Poultry Market, 8000 1C street. Phono 4IUIO. Mallard ducks, en cents each; colored hem, 32 cents a pound; broilers, three for $1; tnii uhtto bens, 05 .cents. Drcsicd and do- llroted. 149 SPUDS I SPtJDSI Shifter No. 2. sack, 79 cents; onions. Spanish, swoot, 50-pound sarlt, 39 cents; sweet potatoes, lug. W cents; carrots, turnips, onloiu. Bunch. 1 cent. Fruit Stand. Twenty-ninth street and Chester arenue, Poultry and Livestock Legal Notices FOTI SAI.K— K young brood tows. Will- lt«d» for hoy, grain or what have yoirr Also 100 pigs >nd 50 feeders, J. D. Darroh, Box 161, Atrln, CilU. 160 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kern County Finance Company will bo hefld at the office of sf.ld corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue In the City of Bakersfleld, State of California, on Thursday, January 26, 1933, at the hour of "> p. m,, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly como before the meeting. JT. A. WEATHER-WAX, Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. DELINQUENT SALE OF STOCK Farmers' Mutual Telephone A'ssocla- tlon, location of principal place of business, Bakersfleld, 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. 20. levied thereoli tho 29th day of April, 1932, 'the several amounts set opposite tho names of tho respective shareholders as follows: Cert. No. Amt. 13, E. Pyla (old stock) 50 $5.00 W. M. Destefanr 126 6.00 Alex Fish ISO 5.00 And in accordance with the law and an order of the Board of Directors of said association, so many shares of such stock us may bo necessary will bo sold at. public auction at the Panama schoolhouso, on the 28rd day of January, 1933, at 2 o'clock p. m., to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of the sale. (Signed) MRS. R. E. ASHE, Jan, 11 to 21, inc. . Secretary. PREMIER QUESTION 500 sacks barley, very satisfactory for seed, also, some wheat. A. H. Karpo. Phoiifi 915. 150 ALFALFA seed. 98 per cent pure. Hllghtly dls- colorod by Beptamber rain, otherwise first class need. lOo pound. Cerro, Route 3, Wlblo lload. Uakersflold. 165 FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy hay. Call U. Souza, 2526 L street, Phone 2353-W. 167 MEN'S and ladles' $15.00 English riding boots. $5. Family Shoo Store, 1419 Nineteenth street. PFH5FFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. New and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles street. Phone 4132-W. 168 JACK SEZ— 1929 Ford pickup, clean, $125. Studebaker Commander, a honey, $285. 1920 Dodge commercial, new rubber, $95. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 158 OAK WOOD, all sizes and length!, for fireplaces and stoves. Guaranteed quality, and prompt dellrery. Meara' Ice Delivery. Phono 1808, Id WOOD. Ilemember Peoples' Wood Tard. for dry, sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt dellr< ery. Prices right. Phono 230fl. 170 BARGAIN on freezer cases, sralcs, rash registers, meat sllcer, restaurant fixtures. ' Complete. New and used. Showcase safe. . POO Halter. 130 FOR SALE — Marmon sedan. This beautiful custom-built car cost $5000. Only run 2900 miles. You must aeu this car. Prlco $360. Blue Ribbon Garage. * 15ti LIGHT Ford truck, Model T. If interested, call at 2301 C street. DOUQLAS8' UBPHNDAHLB CHKAP. CARS. SI05 I 10SU Fonl coupe; looks, runs good. Down t!!2. 1025 P\>rd roadster dcllrcry: A-l shape. Buy, $29. Lftte 192Q Ftard town sedan; four new tiros. $225, For Sale—Furniture HOTPOINT electric range, side oven, $29.75. ROOM uid bou-d, comfortiblo home, (lend meili \ Grand Rapids mahogany dining -set, for joung people. Beasonable ratw. 2SS5 Eight- _ 9 pieces, $G5^ eanth street. Pliono 1070-W. For Rent—Houses ron RENT—5-roore house. Green ^eres. Lot , 801:90. )20: 5-room modern houso, Highland Park. Place for chickens. J20.00. Water paid. Phone S83. 1-14-tf RENTALS—Five rooms and sleeping porch, $25; seven rooms, close in, $25; four rooms, half acre, $12. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-17-tf FOR RENT—Furnished half duplex. Lights, gas and water furnished. Garbage taken care of. Garage. $30. B. E. Shields. Phone 960. 148 UN-FURNISHED HOUSES Clean 5-room house with water paid, $25 per month. . Pour-room house partly furnished, $17.50 per month. Five-room modern house with water paid, $22.60 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1S13 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1-18-tf Bedroom set, 5 pieces, $19.50. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341 100 Eighteenth Street 16S s'BW 0x12 Axmlnster rug, 114.75; new -10-pound nil-felled cotton mattreis, JS.75: 2-Inch po«t bed, J2.50; 4-tube riullo, $12: chairs, DO centi; used mattresses, (2.50. Cliud« B. Mlnner. 1111 Nineteenth street. 140 Radio, Musical Instruments PIANOS, radios, electric refrigerators, bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Don C. Preston, Nineteenth und H. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous FRIDAY and Saturday final days January sale. Family Shoo Store, 1419 Nineteenth street. FOU 8AL12 — Pulverized aheep manure, .25 cents « Elclt. delivered. Phone 4471-W. 1G9 O. W W1LL1NOHAM. house mover. Office SD13 Chester avenue. Bikersflcld. 149 20-INCU oak. 55.00 tier: Uucalyplui. $5.r.O tier cotton wood, K.W Her; block wood, $8.00 tier 12.-lnch oak wood. $4.00 tier: cotton wood. 13.75 tier: block wood, $2.75 tier. 470 Washington arenue. Ofldale. Phone 3292. 148 t'HKD KAim EQUtPMKNT, MAC1TTNKBY TRACTORS. PLOWS. DISC HAIUIOW8. CUT. TIVATOU8, COTTON PLANTERS. IN' PACT ALL KINDS 01' FA11M TOOLS. TERMS IP DESIRED. A. H. KAIIPB. 150 FOR SALE — 24-Inch oak fireplace wood, $13 a cord, delivered. Phone 915. 151 HORIZONTAL 1 Ltght steel helmet. 7 Crown colony of Great Brit- In the mid- Atlantic. 13 To elude. 14 One who raids. 16 Alleged force. 17 Austrian coins. 18 Lighted by the sun. 19 Since. 20 To wander, 21 Miter (dressmaking). 22 Mast. 23 Within. 24 Inscribes. 25 Political division. U.S.A. 26 Radiator. 27 Extra tire. 2S Mother. 30 Imitated. 31 Lower extremity of the face. 32 Street. 34 Adored. Answer to Prertons Puzzle Boncour premier* 375,380 feet 3S Small wig. 39 Fourth note. 40 Sheaf. 41 Analyzes. 42 Male. 43 Beverage. 44 Writers' marks. 45 Soft soapy- mineral. 46 Half an em. 47 Plighted faith. 38 Of what coun- 48 To pry is Paul- (variant). 49 Lathes on the skin. 60 Scoffs at. VERTICAL 1 Most densely populated country In Europe. 2 Pertaining to birds. 3 Variety of chalcedonVj 4 Fish. 5 Northeast. 6 Relied. 7 Fluids In livers. STo redact. 9 To rot flax. 10 Mister. 11 Offices of doges. 12 To love. 15 Genus of geese. 18 Was fitted. 19 Armadillo. 21 One of Call* fornia's chief industries. 22 Position in golf. 24 One who makes fabrics. 25 Backbones. 27 Figures. 29 Nutriment. 31 Covered with a crust. 33 Abnormal sleeps. 35 Tnip olive. 36 Kind of parchment. 37 Specks. 38 Rootstocks. 39 Not true. 41 To peel 42 Girl. 44 Tube cover. 45 Three, 473.1416. 48 Pair. NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING Notice la hereby given .that the Annual Meeting of stockholders of the ParaffIne Oil Company will oe held at the office of the company, 1420 Sov- onteonlh street, Bakersfietd, California, on Tuesday, the 31st dny of January, 1833,' at the hour of 3 o'clock P, M.I for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. CHAS. A. HARE, Secretary, Parnfflne OH Company. Dated January 12, 1933. H, 12 to 27, Inc. Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE .• CABINET 8W15AT8 HBUUCINO '-.,' ' Colonlc Irrljailon . v ' INSTITUTB OV HTUIIOTHBIUPT ISIS V Btntt 9 a, m. to B b-m. '. Phono 5081 BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County noad Park. Phone UTIJ-IMI Well-trained laddlo horns, TO centi hour, Special offer—wek-dari only, Mill ad ana 00 centi entitles bearer to one hour'a rldo. . UortM bouiht and «old SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COUNTY OF KERN , To the* Honorable Clerk of the Superior Court of the County of K«rn, State o* California: > . ' . N. C. I-Iouze, the Publlo Administrator of the County of Kerrv State of California, respectfully makes his return - to all estates of decedents whtcli have come Into his 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 hla hands during the six months of his term of office, commencing with July 1st, 1932, and ending with. December 31st, 1982, same being In accordance with the Provisions of Section 1736, of the Code of Civil-Proceeduro of the State of California. . . Money Rec'd 160.00 306.23 Appraised Value 856.00 . 316.23 Poll SALft—Ono nice saddle horse, one good cook store. Phone 410-W, or call at 407 Kern atrect. 140 FOU BALE—Gray-Our stimulator, almost new and very cheap. Phone 2920. 148 AUTO TOPS, curtains and wholiterlni it erently reduced prices. Guaranteed work. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS EIGHTEENTH ANT) O 8THEETS. PHOKB «5fl 159 KOfl SATjE—Cream separator, in Rood Phone 8705-J-2. Houta 0. lloi 220. shape. 149 TO [I SALE—23 colonies of bees, In 2-story lilvci. A-l condition. Stale Inspected. Phono 4565-.T. 403 I, street. 150 TWO-TON Holt caterpillar tractor for caU or trade. Cheap. A. C. Broekmtn. Delano. Calif. ISO TWO or throo cords of ivood for sale. Cheap. I'hune 21)91.M. FOR HALE! —Good clean wed barley. Phone H704-J-13. Houle 8, Box 451. I»uls Bore). FOR SALE—Barred nock hens, ono hen h«i« «4iil poultry wire, one bono grinder. Phone 4988. ALFALFA or oat hay. haled, In nlml. No damaged, hales. $10 a ton. flood span work horses, 175. Quarter-mllo west Mountain View School. Phone: 8742-n-l. W. H. ncndencn. Ursula Garcia . Eugene Wilson Juaquln Padllla A. Hernandez 32.18 H. L. Gentry. • .Unappralsotl A. Jr. TIeyworth... 7,984.20 Alice Hlgglns 1,000.00 Orvil B. Phelps.Unappralsed Joe Smith 787.36 Agase Atamian .... 040.91 William R. Jones.. 121.39 William J. Wilson.. 125.00 Lucy Ocano ... .UnappraiBcd John C. Cunningham 250.00 Ole Nelson Unappralsod Lulu T. Van Winkle Untippralsed Harry Ronolds 1,000.00 P. J. Cowan... .Unappralsed Joe Nonella 2,074.21 A. R. Staffa... .Unappralscd John Kellermnn ... 1,517.24 William J. Hanat.. 584.00 Frances Sheppard.. 1,036.55 Chafes II. Allen... 1,771.08 Lillian Moore.. .Unappralsed Baclllo Katapan.... 963.48 C. Morales Unappralsed Charles E. Davis Unappraised O. N. Gosncll 1,115.22 Claude Moore 150.00 Laurence O'Connor 340.00 Thomas Gallagher . 323.62 M. L. Wylle 400.00 Florence Brewer Unappraiscd Richard Tamils.Unappralsed Url D. Pryor....Unappralsod Mae Zlmmer... .Unappralsod M. D. Kerr Unappralsed Louisa E. Bell. .Unappralsed Hop Tuck Unappralsed Mallnda W. Davia Unappraised Ernest O. Davis 202.12 Juan Echeverrla ... 1,247.23 Pasquale Plazolla .. 2,481.80 Nells Christiansen Unappralsed William Baker..Unappraised Jessie Scott Darnell 360.19 Samuel T. Glatfelter Unapprnlseil Frank Nelson*.. .Unapprnlsed ; J acob Ward 250.00 I G. D. Cardoza . .Unappralsed I.EJvIra Wllllam- | won Unappralsed I Alfred Gllfrcd 1,025.92 i Pierre Faure 0,879.41 Joseph Coffe 1,500.00 i John J. Corcoran Unappraised H. H. Bell 2,387.50 Chris Nelson Unappraised David Engle... .Unappralsed Edward Anderson Unappralsed John Lacy 416.46 Flora C. Hugging.. 597.22 John Reubensteln.. 865.00 Charles Alls 1,000.00 Mabel Webber. .Unappralscd Francisco 13. Rio Unappralsed Casper Schock . .Unappralsed John Obradovlch... 760.00 Bessie Moore 1,804.19 Anna E. Hoefner... 1,750.00 R. W. Wynne 700.00 Flora V. Payne I. 1 !25.00 Santos Perez .. .Unappraisod Ed. R. Barkley..Unappralscd Andres Jerger- son... .Unappralsed Gustav Heuschkel Unappraised Lillian Hodgson...... 250.00 John I. Keller.. .Unappralsed Jim Malatore . .Unappralned Silas L. Jenkins.Unappralscd Adm'r Fees 22.14 Money Paid 159.00 76.84, Claims Balance Allowed On Hand 1.00 ...... 280.39 20.00 803.00 4,357.44 1,200.00 200.00 78.00' 7.20 328.53 823.47 1,200.00 787.36 640.91 121.39 125.00 5B L .12 . I; 36 50 622.36 637.88 40.46 40.25 305.00 400.10 482.00 419.21 VTE'.OO 12.80 474.47 3,533.97 185.00 3.03 80.03 84.75 Business Cards PIANO TUNING- Factory Rcjlilered (Tuner . »8.'80 * . Satisfaction Uuaranleed CAIIL A. BTHD riione'1800-M 930 Truitun Attnul DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A I'almor Chiropractor lays: "You can bo wall." Let him help you. Ono raonih'a soitlro (or ill Oror Huilioi Drug Store Nineteenth ajid Cheiter Phone 1119-J IAUNDRY SERVICE ' Laundry Serrico t'neicelled—Thai Is Out Bloin Ten Different Services and 'SSorlo Odorlesi Dry Cletnlni CIT1/.KN8 LAUNDny Blitetnth and O Streets Phone 201 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLTTON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX (SERVICE, AUDITS. SYSTEMS Bull* 103, Professional Butldlna Phone 4091 DR. B. BUZAN •v 160.29 7.00 153.29 2,074.21 110.00 2,074.21 306.00 1,313.24 584.00 1,036.05 1,771.08 41.93 680.61 584.00 728.10 502.11 347.50 265.00 646.00 •384.00 626.73 30S.30 1,268.97 963.48 67.44 464.1.2 291.11 499.36 202.12 792.72 150.00 340.00 223.62 35.00 406.37 9.02 731.77 8.60 S7.SO- 17.00 23.00 37.07 868.60 275'.66' 175.00 302.00 193.10 60.95 141.50 302.20 •206.62 12.00 369.30 611.83 17.00 3.18 594.83 212.12 202.12 3,226.03 255.00 340.19 ... .\ . 523.16 1,025.92 379.41 50.00 14.15 17.52 202.12 484.89 203.63 HU.it 194.60 S74.45 294.98 223.35 1,100.00 71.04 1,025.92 325.58 1S.50 376.00 601.55 741.14 51.47 340.19 299.81 53.83 31.50 Palmer Graduate CHinopHAcron Painless System Complete. Electrotherapy Sorrlce. Pool Correction! llouri, 10 to 19 a. m'., 2 to 5, T to 8 p. m. Booms 111-112-113 Morgan Bulldtnj I'll Chester Arunue . • Telephone 6816 Lady Attendant Legal Notices 2,108.00 1,434.65 550.02 405.00 452.80 405.00 1.557.9S 1,029.85 794.98 116.46 397.22 865.00 1,350.00 507.50 1,128.07 12.00 3S6.00 314.34 340.00 327.34 287.4S - 116.4B 38,5.22 479.00 1,005.66 760.00 1,604.19 42f>'.66 36«'.9B 3,000.00 94.16 477.50 1,604.19 260.00 467.50 479.00 sVg'.oo }82.50 425'.66 V06'.9B 3,000.00 50.00 Pearce. . .Unappralsed . .Unappralsed ..Unappralsed .. Unappraised ..Unappralsed 2,124.81 40.00 153.90 2,124.81 50.00 40.00 158.90 S. Thos. Solla Styles B. F. Allen Otto Bliss . John Coco ...... Unappralsed Robert J. Little. Unappralsed ...... State of California, County of TCern, 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 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 31st 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, 1938.' (SEAL) N. C. HOUZE. W. B. GOLDING, Notary Public. • Jan. 13 to 24. Inc. In and for the County of Kern, State of California GASOLINE ALLEY Relativity I'JVtMlOOM house, nlctl; furnlihad. 2000 Or an to itreet. Apply 2113 Twenty-first itrett. Tele. phone 3324-J. 172 By KING FOU RENT— Unfumlihcrl. clean houir. Three rooms, balh, screened porch, laundry room. Garage.. Nice yard. Water freu. Rent $16. No { objection to one child. Corner Buulies Lane and * Tcrraeo War, rhoiic 4854-W. 149 I Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2220 i Oregon street. $22.00. Water paid. I Phone 626. Henry Elssler. l-19-tf| TOR TtENT—3-room unfurnished uousa in Dctcinso , Park. Phone 2988. | MODERN B-rooin cottage, 122, water i paid. 2220 Oregon street. Phone ; 626. Henry Blanler. 1-lfl-tf | NICELY furnished (S-room modern stucco house. Inquire 2220 Buenn Vista. HD MODERN furnished bungalow. Overstuffed furniture. Water paid. Uaraie. Nenr car line. | Apply 815 M street. l.-.Q For RentApartments ! 1 and double apartment, with sleeping porch, j Close In. Now renting for $18.00 and 31S2.50. ', The Sharland. 2230 O meet. Phone J32. loj '< 3 LARGE! 71OOM apartment, nicely furnished. TMO ' bods, overstuffed set, new rues. Water. Minimum ' cas and llilits. $20. 1031 King street. ! >FOR RENT—Modern bungalow In court. 1725 Baker ptreet. FOR. RENT—2-room furnished apartment with bath. Sllrer, linen, gas and lights Included. Car sparo. >15. 2007 Twentieth street. | TUKNIBHKU apartments. Nineteenth and V). Over- f atuffed furniture, Krluldtlre. 5- room house. 11115 Orangp. Apply W.n Nineteenth street, gro rery store, ['hone y,j!1.j. iy] AVantcd toiRent—Apartments | ^ '^^ - 1 '-"-n-' -^ n-n_n_ri_ _ _ _ _-_-_-_-.n.r_r_n.—_-_-_- j_-_-_-_-, ^ WANTKD to rent, apartment, by couple. 2 or 3- | room apartment, ur house. Waur paid, J10.00. 004 Pacific street. AMD SUCH RMOER. WAUL.S! WHO ARE VOU IM MOURSilMQ FOR? SOT !'rV\ AM AOTOMOBIUE MECHAMIC MOVM. THEIR MANJDS ARE ALL LIKE THAT. WHAT AM \ GOIWG TO DO WITH SKEEZIX? VOUR CLOTHES ARE JOST COVERED VJITH GRBA.S6. OUST LOOK AT THAT TOW6L'. I COULDM'T WBLP IT, AUNTIE . U S. Pat. Off.; Copyiiiht, 1MJ. kv Tlit ChicMo Tribune. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Wedding Bells By HARRY J.vTUTHILL For Sale—ImproYcd Property TEN ACRES, B-room modern house. Suitable for chicken ranch or uubdl- vlBloiT. Will sell or trade. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Elsrht- eenth street. 1-17-tf KXTBAOHDINARV bujuln In Income property. Beautifully furnished duplei and a 'S-roou house, also living quarters for owner In basc- inent. Double garagu. Large lot. Walking distance. Overstuffed furniture and Filgldalre. Property netting better than 21 per cent. Owner going east, says sell for $3700.00. Terms. $2700 down, balance easy payment*. Howard Nichols. Ine.-. 1609 Nineteenth. 1-18-tr Vor Exhtinge-— Popcrty Ms in OlUlalc. rhc«|i. Will trail'.- f« livr ur lumber. lf>7 Uuehvi. Ulldalt. )!• THAT HAMBURGER STAND MAN 1 ALL WE IXEALLV KNOW ABOUT HIM IS THAT HE HAS CUP.LY HAIP. AND RIDES AROUND IN A LIVER-COLORED FLIVVER. THE . DOORBELL! I'LL GET IT. / MR.DEP.F.ICK. GUNNER., f WCLL LET'S OPEN IT AND L SEE WHAT'S WHAT ^ DEAJ, DADDY AND . MOTHSP- I'M MAWUED. LOVE TO A.LL. WILL EXPLAIN LATER. K.LEO. MARRIED! MY WORD! WELL., MARRIED! KLEO! , IMAGINE! 3PITE OF YOU AND A TELEGRAM FOR DERRICK. IT MUST BE FROM KLEO. / WORRIED I TOO, JOSIE r I w DERRICK BEING SO SURE KLEO WENT HOME I'M STILL WORRIED ABOUT HER BEING GONE ALL NIGHT. IT S NEARLY WE JUST DON'T SHOW OUR WORRY MUCH JOSIE, BECAUSE WE HAVE VEPY STRONG NERVES. UfMlii«li< RynfllCftlt. Inc.N V OH OH, THOSE HAMBURGER STAND MEN ARE, AWAY FROM HOME UNTIL ALL HOURS AT NIGHT, AND... OH BABE, JEP.P.Y IS ALLRIGHT. I'LL ADMIT HE'S A P.EPUBLICAM BUT HE COMES FROM A GOOD FAMILY. AND THEPxE'S A LOT OF P.OOM FOP. PP.O<5R.E6S IN THAT HAMBURSEPs SAME FOP, TWO GOOD MEN ..WHO CAN BEFORE- AND BEHIND- THE COUNTER VISION. NOTICE INVITING BIDS FOR BONDS ISSUED FOR AN ACQUISITION. TN THE MATT13U OP ACQUISITION AND 1MPROVEMRNT DISTRICT No. S OP 1 THE COUNTY OF K10RN, CALIFORNIA. . Pursuant to the "Acquisition nntr Improvement Act of 1925" BH amended, to tho resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Korn, California, ordering tho acquisitions in the mutter of Acquisition and Im-, proveincnt District No. 3, adopted on the 31st day of August, 1931, und to the resolution of the said Board of Supervisors adopted on the 3rd day of January, 1933, and the further order adopted January 16, 1933, directing this notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, California, will receive at the office of the Clerk of the said Board of Supervisors j» In tlu- Courthouse in the CHy of Bakersfleld. County of Kern, California, up to the hour of 2 o'clock p..in., on Monday, the 30th day of January, 1933. sealed Lids for the bonds Issued for Ute purpose of obtaining the amount* or- amounts set forth In that certain Interlocutory Judgment made by the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County at Kern, in that action entitled, '"C'CiUntii of Kern, plaintiff, vs. Marie T. Ackcr- nmn, et al, defendants," being/fiction Nil. 2G454, Records of said '.Court, which said Judgment was entered on tho 14th day of December, 19"", In Book 43, P.-IKC 444, of Judgments, Records of said Court, ail i-o.-Us and expenses chargeable to the plaintiff in said action and all Incidental expenses incurred in the proceedings for.acqui- sition, after deducting from" said amount of said Interlocutor}- Judgment and incidental expenses the sum of $117,000.00 heretofore appropriated by the. County, of Kern out of thu Golden State Avenue Special Improvf- ment Fund, as, per Section fl uf the Resolution of Intention In said matter, and after deducting the further sum of JU7.94G.OO heretofore raised by tho Issuance und sale of inimedlau- possession bonds dntcd June 20, 193:; (.Series "A"), against the lands In saKI district. The attention of nil bidders is hereby directed to the "Ai-'iulslUon and Improvement Act of 1925," ,as amended, to the Resolution of Intention in the above cntitlcil matter, to the specifications referred to in Unsaid Resolution of Intention and to al! other documents for a more particular description of the boundaries of»the assessment district, the zones and till: percentages to be raised from said zones, and of the property to be acquired, und to all proceedings had in the above entitled mutter, and tho same are by this reference made a part of this notice. The bonda for which bids will be received are ,dated the 3rd day of January. 11133,. and aggregate the sum fjf Thirty-six Thousand Three Hundred lOlffhty-threo Dollars ($38,383.00) anO were issued for the purpose nhovo set forth, and reference is hereby made to the said action in condemnation and all documents filed as a part thereof for further details. Said bonds so issued are designated Series "B" and will be payable In ten (10) installments, to wit: nine (9) Installments of $3000.00 cauh, payable as follows: J3UOO on the 3rd day of January. 192C. and u lllte amount on the 3rd day o* January of each of the succeeding years to and including tho year 1944, and one (1> installment, belnp) the last •Installment, of $3983.00 payable o-i tho 3rd day of January, 1945, ami the denominations of said bonds shall bias follows: the said bonds of each of • Hie first nine (9) maturities shall be of the following denominations:,three (3) $1000.00 bonds and one (1) fCdO.lMl >ond, and each of tho .said bonds maturing January 3, 1945, shall be of tho following rlenomjnutions: three ("> $1000.00 bonds and one (1) $983 bond. The said .bonds shall bear interest nt a rate not exceeding seven per cent (1%) per annum from the 3rd day of Tanuary, 1933, payable soml-aimually by coupon on tho 2nd day of January •ind the 2nd day of July in each of the said years prior to maturity, except tho first interest payment which shall • be made on tho 2nd day of July, 1934, and the last installment of interesl which shall he payable.at the maturity of tho said bonds. The principal an,d Interest of the said bonds shall be payable In gold coin of the Unite;! States of America at tho office (it the Treasurer of the County of Kern, California. The exact rate of Interest will bo fixed after examining the bids antl consldoiatlon will bo given to the rate of Intorflst at which tho bonds-are of-, fared to be purchased and the premium offe'rcd, If any. The rate of Interest at which the Board of Supervisors sells the said bonds shall thereupon be fixed as the rate of Interest thereof. No bids for the said bonds will b« considered for less than par (as such par value is sperlflcally defined by thr "Acquisition and Improvement Act of 1925," as amended). All bids offered for tho hereinbefore mentioned bonds shall sot. forth tho sum bid and the rate of Interest at which it Is proposed to purchase said bonds. ,in words and figures, and Bholl bo accompanied by :i fhpck payable to the County of Kern, certified by a responsible bank- for an amount not less than ten per cent U0%) of the aggregate of the bid. or by a bond for the paid amount and BO payable nnd signed by the bidder and either ono dub- authorized corporate surety acceptable to tho said Board of Supervisors, or (wo sureties qualified each for double the amount of the bond over and above statutory ex* eruptions, before an officer competent to administer oaths. Said bonds aggregating ThJrty-si>: Thousand ' Three Hundred Eighty- three Dollars ($86,883.00) face value shall be Issued under the provisions of the "Acquisition and Improvement Act of 192. r >," as amended. Bids may be submitted on blanl: forms furnished by the Clerk of the said Board of Supervisors. By order of tha Board of Supervl?- ors of the County of Kern, California: Dated this 16th day of January. 198!!. f. R SMITH. ' County Clerk and cx-offielo Clerk of. tho Board of Supervisors of thn County of Korn, California. .Tan. '19 p and. 20.

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