The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 20, 1933 · Page 14
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 20, 1933
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14 PHE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA**, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1933 Special Announcements ! For ^le~Improvcd Farms SPECIAL PRICES NOW DR. FLETCHER 010 BAKER STREET 1EO SPECIAL reduced rates. Ixiarn jan piano, 12 lessons. No scales or eierclies. Watenu" 1 .! Piano School, I860 Chester avenue, room 103. 108 POSE?) Good assortment of choice roses nl very attractive prices, choose yours whflo assortment complete. Bakersfield Nursery, 631 Sixth. Telephone S26. Id iron BAUD or trade. Itt acret, put alfalfa. 0- j room modern houst. Oarage, chicken liouioi. I Strawberries, fruit and grapes. Second house right, on Beverly, off Potomac, In IMdiy Tract. or Otto Itodmin, llmite r>, Box 300. 160 OFFER special Saturday and Sunday T-bone steak, 25 cents. Complete chicken dinner, Sunday, 36 cents. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 1208 Nineteenth street. ICO SEB attractive grocery store room and location. 944 linker street, right In the center of llio But nsltersfleld business illitrlct. 1M TRINITY SPiniTUAUST CHmCH Woodman building basement. Publlo rjlMiagc service, Rundny evening. 7:30. Reverend Miry Crlnvell Krtlce will conduct the service ind five •It the) messages. Headings by appointment enly. Phone 614«. Financial 16.60 PER $100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution C Haberfeldo Arcade Bldg. Phono 1063 158 FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 20th Street. Phone 391. 15S Business Opportunities FOR SALE, on account of sickness grocery store, with large living quarters. Stock, equipment and household furniture Included. Phone 4380-W. 149 For Sale—Automobiles WE HAVE IT. OUR USED CAR STOCK IS THE CLEANEST AS WELL AS THE CHEAPEST IN THE VALLEY—WITH A GUARANTEE THAT COUNTS. 1932 Chevrolet coach, trunk, 6000 miles, $496. 1932 Chevrolet do luxe coupe, radio, {660. 1930 Chevrolet special sedan, $385. 1931 Chevrolet do luxe coupo, perfect, $396. 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe, perfect, $376. 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe, $285. 1931 Do Solo special sedan, perfect, $475. 1930 Kord sport coupe, $225. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $105. 1929 Chevrolet coach, $235. 1927 Nash coupe, $150. 1932 Kord pickup, $385. 1930 FV>rd pickup, $235. 1930 Chevrolet l»,4-ton truck, ?2S5. 1927 Chevrolet 1-ton truck, $100. Many other cheaper cars to pick from. For Sale—Automobiles DOUGLASS: BUT, 8EIA, TRADE CARS. 2105 I 16J7 Star "0" conch: Huns good, $70, down 125. 1927 Chevrolet coupo: runs nooil. Cut 100, down $29, 1639 Oakland Ismlau sedan | good one, tin. For Sale—Furniture HOTPO1NT electric rango, side oven, $29.76. Grand Rapids mahogany dining set, 9 pieces, $66. Bedroom sot, 5 pieces, $19.50. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341 100 Eighteenth Street 158 NEW 9x12 Asmlneter run, 114.75: new 40-pound all-felted cotton mattress, 13.75: 3-Inch post bed, $5.50: 4-tube radio, $12; chairs. DO cents; used mattresses, 12.50. Claude B. Mlnnor, 1111 Nineteenth street. -~. 149 Radio, Musical Instruments LATEST 1933 Ollflllnn super hotro- dyno broadcast and short-wave police receiver. Special this >veek only, $24.50. Terms. Don C. Preston, Nineteenth and H. 51)8 TOR RAI.B—An upright piano, In food condition. Call 8711).11-1. For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Rcclentied. Highest Grade For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR SALE OR TRADE — Electric Fairbanks-Morse domestic deep well pressure system, complete. Also 4x 4% Rlx air compressor, with motor, air tank and all fittings. Inquire Ed Helm Monument Works at the cemetery sate. . 160 Poultry and Livestock K STREKT.Poultry Market, 8005 K street. Phone 4630. -Mallard duclts, 05 cents each) .colored hens, 23 cents a pound) broilers, threw for $1; two while hem, 05 cents. Dressed and delivered. - . 140 Legal Notices FOn HALE—Charter's 540-e«i incubator, cheap. Phone 43S6-W. ICO Von HAM) 4000 4-foot O. P. lath. $20.00. P.M. Kite, Delano, BH miles east Uolden State hlih- way on Pond road. 181 WOODSTOCK typewriter, $50.00. No dealen. 1727 Nineteenth street. Phone 5031. FOR RAT,K—rrc«<ll« sen-Inn machine, $10, Ooott condition. 3003 1'' street. •.•_ Fruits and Vegetables CY mountain potatoes, 1.35 sack, at Berchtold's, 330 East Nl FANCY Sack, ui 13V ru teontli street. ne- Poultry and Livestock On SAI.B—a.l young brood sows. Will trado for hny, Brain or'what hnre your Also 100 pins and 00 feeders. .1. D. Darroli, Box 161, Arrln, Calif. . • 150 FOR SALE—Good work mules with harness. Price right. Perrel-Arvln Ranches, Route 1, Box 106, Arvln. Phono Arvln 41-J-12. • 151 BXCHM..KNT Red fryers, 22 centi pound,.: to 4 pounds. M. n. Unscolt. Phono 4511-M. 150 I UNION Poultry Market, 200 North Chester avenue, Vhono 4035. Kens. 17 cents a pound: ducks, 17 cents pound; plireons, six for $1.00; three red COMPANY CORNER TWENTIETH AND M 150 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 De Soto coupo, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheol truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 De Solo sedan, $175 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 Do Soto 8 sedan, $125 down, BAKERSFIET/D OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Pox Theater Twentieth at a. Phono 2286 158 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH. $t,10. 100 Ibs. rocleaned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.36. ' 76 lb«. ROLLED BARLEY, 80c. ' MANY MOHI-3 NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf FOR 8AL.B or trade, filling station, garage, near Stockton. One aero (round. Trade for property here, or light car, or 1500.00 cash. 1403 Second. | 140 SERVICE station operator wanted to lease station. Will take X400 to handle. For Information, rail 3011 after 6 p. m. IB" Help Wanted—Male Over 11 period of 32 years our 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 phonoa. Business Is Rood. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf SINGLE man. with liiht car. free to travel, to do special advertising work for large eastern organization. Can earn from M to J8 daily, with rhance of advancement for right man. See Mr. Hoppel. 1034 Seventeenth street, from 7 to B D. m. 150 Help Wanted—Female WANTED—10 young ladles or girls to help take up collection during the human fly exhibition on tho Haberfelde building, Saturday, 2:30 p. m. Cowl pay. See Mr. White, Padre hotel, Saturday. 9:30 a. m. No phone calls. Situations Wanted—Male HIGH SCHOOL senior wants work for room and Ixianl durlnc day. to attend night school. Write Station A, BOT 85. CLEARANCE SALE All earn to be sold at a big sacrifice. Over 50 to choose from, late models. Get yours now. See us about auto loans. Will arrange to finance any car. Lowest prices^ USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 118 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 1931 07 Bulck sedan,, like now, $795. Chrysler 70 sport roadster, new paint, $225. 1929 De Soto do luxe roadster, $295. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 1928 Essex coupo, now paint, $95. 1929 Ford sport roadster, 6 wire wheels and trunk rack, $175. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.85. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10, 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. MEN'S oxfords, values to $7.GO, $2.98. Saturday only. Family Shoe Store, 1419 Nineteenth street. AUTO painting. »la.50 to SC5; body and fender work. Prices right. 'Auto repairing. Troni Paint and Itepalr Shop. California and Baker. Phone 3071-W. 150 600 sacks barley, very satisfactory for seed, also some wheat. A. H. Karpe. Phone 916. 150 pulleta, 91.00: roosters, 21 cents pound. . We buy poultry. Free delivery, ilso !00 WHITE Leghorn pullets, six weeks old. Ore (ton, Corvallls, 25c euch. White Pekln duck eggs for letting, 13 for 30c. Csia Loma Acres, Kelch place. 150 on BAL13—rat cnm-feJ hogs. 21,4 miles west of Itlo Bravo substation. Ilaag ranch. 150 HAI1BIT fryers, 40 cenla each, two for 70 cents. We buy rabbit skins. 8503 K street, north of Southern Pwilfle tracks. • Wanted to Buy—Farm Land WANTED—1 or IH-acre with garage or 1 to 3-room house. Must be reasonable for cuh. Olre particulars. Boi 101, Station A, Bakeri- fleld. 150 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANT to buy, scales, cash registers, meat sllceri. adding machines, typewriter, showcase*, refrlg- orntots, store, office and restaurant equipment, butchers' supplies, second hand furniture. Valley Store Fliture Company, 809 Baker, Phone 2139. 153 WANTED—SECOND-HAND 6-FOOT REDWOOD PHONE 2320. GRAPE STAKES. HUGHETT; Legal Notices NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice Is hereby Rlvon that the annual meeting of the stockholders of Iho Kern County Finance Company •will be' held at the office of. sMd corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue In the City of Bakersfleld, State of California, on Thursday, January 26, 1933, at tho hour of 3 p. m., for the purpose qf electing directors for tho ensuing year, nhd for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before tho meeting. M. A. WEATHERWAX, Jan. 12 to 20. Secretary- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Parnfflne Oil Company will oe held at tho office of the company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakersfleld, California, on Tuesday, the 31st clay of January, 1933, at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting, CHAS. A. HtARB, Secretary, 'Parnfflne Oil Compuny. Dated January 12, 1983. a»n. 12 to 27, Inc. •' • ' . Business Cards. SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS ItBDUCINO Colonlc Irrigation INSTITUTE 0V HTDtlOTHBIUPT ' ill! If Street 0 a. m. to D p. m. Phone SMI BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County noid Park. Phone 8713-11-11 Well-trained siddl* hor»«s. 75 centi hour, BpexUl offer—weeti-dui only, thli ad anil 30 cents •ntltlei bearer to one hour's ride. Horses bought and sold 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: ' . ' K. 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 his hands; the value,of same; the money •which has come Into his hands from such estates; what hai 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 3 fit, 1932, and ending with December 31st, 1932, same being in accordance with the Provisions of Section 1736, of the Code of Clvtl Prooeedure of the State of California. . Appraised Money Adm'r Money Claims Balance Value Rec'd Fees ' Paid Allowed On Hand Ursula Garcia 860.00 -.160.00 169.00 ...... 1.00 Eugene Wilson .... 316.23 306.23 22.14-. 75.8* 280.39 Juaquln Padllla A. Hernandez 32.18 H. U Gentry.. .Unappralsed A. M. Hey worth... Alice Hlgglns 7,084.29 1,000.00 Orvll B. Phelps. Unappralsod 20.00 303.00 4,367.44 1,200.00 . 7.20 328.63 200.00. 823.47 78.00 1,200.00 306.00 406.10 12.80 474.4 3,533.9 Business Cards PIANO TUNING Victory lUsglstered Tunor ' »»-»° Satisfaction OutrantMd • • CAM- A. BYnp • " 1809-M 630 Tniitun Atemw DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor says: "You cm be mil." Let him help you. One month's servlre for IIS Over Huihes Dnil Store Nineteenth and Cluster " Phone lllt-1 LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Dneicelled—That Is Our Blofii Ten Different Services ind Zorlo Odorless Dry Cleanlni CITIZENS LAUNDHY ' ftlitecnth and O Slfeeti 1 Phone tot Professional. Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PCBLIC ACCOUNTANT . ; ,INCOME TAX SERVICE. AUDITS, BT8TBMI' Suite 103. Professional Bulldlni Plane 4881 Joe Smith 787.30 Agase Atamlan .... 640.91. William n. Jones.. 121.59 William J. Wilson.. 125.00 787.36 040.91 181.89 126.00 66.12 46.30 8,60 HIDDEN PROVERB ALFALFA seed. 08 per cent pure. Hllihtly discolored by September rain, otherwise first clsss seed. lOc pound. Ccrro, Route 3, Wlble Itoad. Bokersfleld. 105 HOItlZONTAli 1 To expect. 5 Perishes. 9.Blanched art! choke leaves. 14 To press. 15 Unoccupied. 16 Substance gathered by bees. 17 Throe. 18 Crowds. 19 To abolish. 20 Smooth. 22 Opposite of winners. 24 Neither. 26 Is victor. 27 Fiber knots. Answer to Previous 1'nzzle scants H ESHE! Q9H QQIUH 43 Perched 44 Blow. 46 To perform. 30 Portable steps. 47 A helix. FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy hay. Call E. Souza, 2620 L street. Phone 2353-W. 167 PFIEFFER &. KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. Now and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles street. Phone 4132-W. 168 1409 Eighteenth Street Phone 831 16S For Rent—Rooms With Board ROOM and board, 10.80 per week. Comfortable rooms, pleaaant surroundings. IVee parkbig. Also transient dinners, 60 cents. 2028 Ntne- leenth street. T»lephcn« 837. i-27-tf ROOM and board, comfortable home. Good meals for young people. Seasonable ntos. 2235 Blght- centh street. Phone 1079-W. 1!11 FOR RENT—Room with board, for two gentlemen. Kvery modern convenience. Clcae In. S8 per «e>k. Phnoe 4B14. 150 WANTED to room and board two gentlemen. fSO.OO each, or two ladles, $25 each, or three working clrli at $90 each. All conveniences. Telephone 118-M. or 1105 Monterey. 130 For Rent—Houses rOR RENT—5-room house. Green Acres. Ixit 10x390, 120: 5-room modem house. Highland Park. Place for chickens. $35.00. Water paid. Phone 883. 1-14-tf UNFURNISHED HOUSES Clean 6-room house with water paid, $25 per month. Four-room house partly furnished, $17.60 per month. / Five-room modern house with wa- L tor paid, $22.50 per month. I BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. \ 1S13 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 ; 1-lg-tf | FOIl RENT—Unfurnished, clean house. Three rooms, bath, screened porch, laundry room. On- j rage. Nice yard. Water free. Ilent 110. No objection to one child. Corner Huches Line «ji<! 1928 Buick standard sport coupe, $22u. 1931 Chevrolet standard sedan, $445. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AtJTOS Chester at Twenty-fourth. Phone C828 15S 1982 Terraplane demonstrator sedan, very low mileage. 1931 Oldsmobllo sedan. 1931 Auburn sedan, free-wheeling. 1930 Essex sedan, Bide mounting and trunk rack, 1930 Willys sedan, 2 spare tires and trunk-rack. 1929 Hudson-scditn, 6 wire wncnls. 1929 Essex coupe. 1928 Hudson coupo, rumble seat. 1928 Auburn coupe, rumble seat, A-l. 1927 Essex coach. 1926 Bulck roadster. 1928 Graham sedan, new rubber. 1928 Hudson sedan. These cars In excellent condition. Must be seen to bo appreciated. BROWN-BOYD MOTOR CO. 2220 Chester Avenue. Phone 3955 150 'llsrrace Way. . Phone 4854-W. 140 CLEARANCE SALE OF LOW-PRICED CARS TAKEN IN TRADE 192G Dodge commercial, $95.00 1!>20 Dodge sedan. $70.00 1927 Ford coupe, $25.00 Also Ford trucks and plcltups. PAT'S CAU MARKET Phono 1721 231fi Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager. 158 OAK WOOD, all and lengths, for fireplaces and stores. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Mean* Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. lei WOOD, llemember Peoples' Wood Yard, for dry, sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prices right. Phone 2368. 170 BARGAIN on freeier cases, scales, cash registers, meat ellcer, restaurant fixtures. Complete. New and used. . Hhowcue safe. 800 Baker. left LADIES' newest style shoes, $1.00. Family Shoe Store, 1419 Nineteenth street. FOn BALK— Pulvcrlied sheep manure. 25 cents a sack, delivered. Phone 4471-W. 1BO O. W WII.MNOIIAM, house mover. Office S813 Chester avenue. Tlskersfleld. 14> I'SRD FAUSf EQUIPMENT. MACHINEBT, TrtACTOnB, PI/MVH. DISC HAllBOWB. CUL- TIVATOH8, COTTON PUANTE11S. IN FACT. ALL K1XDS OF PATIM TOOLS. TEItMS IIP DESIRED. A. H. KARPB. 150 34 Natural power 36 Ulcer. 36 Recessed window. 37 To POFSMB. 38 To stop. 39 One row of a series. 40 Deity 41 Spinning machine. 49 Asiatic cat. 53 Delirium. 56 Portrait statue. 58 Pertaining to air 59 Deputy. 60 Cipher 61 Pace. ' 62 Carries. 63 Paradise. 64 Native metals. VEtTTICAIj 1 Side bones. 2 Verbal. .VJohnnycake. 4 To propagate! 5 Nat bright. 6 Heathen god. 7 Arm joint. 8 Sittings of a court. 9 Scorches. 10 Quoits target!. 52 Decays. 21 Cuckoo. 2.1 To finish. 25 Railroad (abbr.). 27 Name of 'anything. 28 Gaelic. 29 Nohleman. :tO Quantities. 31 Melody. •'12 To etit Mpnr- InKly. 33 To expose to sunlight. 35 Capital of Chile. 3S Iberian. 40 Prophet. 42 Father. 44 Gaiters. 45 Stepped. 47'Mathematical terrri. 48 Learning. 50 Trappings. 51 One of the Groat Lakes. 160.29 1,313.24 584.00 1,036.55 1,771.08 963.48 202.12 792.72 160.00 340.00 223.62 36.00 406.37 611.88 212.12 202.12 1,226.03 255.00 340.19 523.16 11 Data. 12 To rot flax. 13 To color fabric. 58 Door rug. 64 Since. 55 Tennis fence. 57 Not (prefix). FOR SALE — 24-Inch oak fireplace wood, $13 a cord, delivered. 915. Phone 151 AUTO TOPS, curtains and upholsterlni at (really reduced prices. Guaranteed work. ,• C. K JOHNSTON SHOPS EIGHTEENTH AND O STHKETS. PHONB 05 8 19* FOR SALE!—Cream separator. In aood Phone 8705-J-2. Itoute 6. Box 330. shape. 149 FOIl SALE—23 colonies of bees. In !-story hives. A-l condition. 403 L street. State Inspected. Phone 4503-1. 150 TWO-TON Holt caterpillar tractor for sale or trade. Cheap. A. C, Brcokman. Delano, Calif. 150 ALL KINDS well-rooted healthy berry plants. Artichokes and uparagus plants. Phone 8701-J-ll. 150 Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2220 Oregon street. $22.00. Water paid. Phone 626. Henry Blssler. 1-19-tf I MODERN 5-room cottage, }22, water paid. 2220 Oregon street. Phone 626. Henry JElissler. 1-19-tf FOR SALE — Marmon sedan. This beautiful custom-built car cost J5000. Only run 2900 miles. You must see this car. Price |350. Blue Ribbon furl tanks. 354fl.J. Cheap. Also other engines. Phono FOR HALK—One No. 1 ITImroso 2. Hoi VJ7-A. B«llor«flcl(l. leparctor. Route 191 Lucy Ocano ... .TJnappraJsed John C. Cunningham 250.00 Ole Nelson Unappralsed Lulu I. Van Winkle Unappralsed Harry Ronolds 1,500.00 P. J. Co wan.... Unappralsed Joe Nonella 2,074.21 A. R. Staffa..,.Unappralsed John Kellerman ... 1,517.24 William J. Hanat.. 684.00 Frances Sheppard.. 1,036.55 Charles H. Allen... 1,771.08 Lillian Moore...Unappralsed BaclHo Katapan.... 963.48 ! C. Morales Unappralsed I Charles B. ! Davis Unappralsod i O. N. Gosnell 1,115.22 : Claude Moore 150.00 i Laurence O'Connor 340.00 Thomas Gallagher . 323.B2 M. L. Wyllo 400.00 Florence Brewer Unappralsed Richard Tannls.Unappralsed Url D. Pryor....Unappralsed Mae Zlmmer... .Unappralsed M. D. Korr Unappralsed Louisa E. Bell..Unappralsod Hop Tuck Unappralsed Mallnda W. Davis '..Unappralsed Ernest O. Davis 202.12 Juan Bcheverrla ... 1,247.33 Pasquale Plazolla .. 2,481.30 i Nella Chrlstlan- l Ben Unappralsecl William Baker..Unappralsed Jessie Scott Darnell 360.19 Samuel T. Glatfelter Unappralsed Frank Nelson. ..Unappralsed Jacob Ward 250.00 G. D. Cardoza . .Unappralsed Elvira Williamson Unappralsed Alfred Gllfred 1,025.92 Pierre Faure B.R79.41 Joseph Coffe 1,500.00 John J. Corcoran ...Unappralsed H. H. Bell. 2,387.60 Chris Nelson....Unappralsed David Engle... .Unappralsed Edward Anderson Unappraised John Lacy .. ... 410.46 Flora C. Hugglns:. 597.22 John Reubenstoln.. 865.00 Charles Alls 1,000.00 Mabel Webber..Unappralsed Francisco E. Rio Unappralsed Cnsper Schock . .Unappralsed John Ohradovlch... 760.00 Bessie Moore ...... 1,004.19 Anna E. Hoefner... 1,750.00 R. W. Wynne 700.00 Flora V. Payne 1,125.00 Santos Perez .. .Unr.pprnlsod Ed. R. Barkley..UnuppralsecS Andres Jerger- son Unappralsed Gustav Heuschkel , UnippraiGed Lillian Hodgson .... 250.00 John I. Kellijr...Unappralsed Jim Malatore ..Unappralsed Silas L. Jenkins.Unnppralsed 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, ss. 622.36 637.88 40.48 40.25 482.00 419.21 bVb'.oo 165.00 3.03 80.93 84.75 7.00 153.29 2,074.21 110.00 2,074.21 306.00 41.93 086.61 584.00 72S.19 347.50 265.00 046.00 384.00 620.73 SOS.Sfi 1,268.97 67.44 464.12 291.11 499.36 9.02 731.77 8.50 37.RO 17.00 23.00 37.07 808.60 27!i'.66 176.00 302,00 193.10 00.95 141.60 302.20 206.62 12.00 369.30 DR.B. BUZAN > Palmer Graduate • cHinopnACTon Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Service. Foot CofteetltM Hours, 10 to 13 t. m., 2 to &, 7 to 8 p. m. Booms 111-112-113 Morgan Itulldlng '*' 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone B6H Lady Attendant ; Legal Notices NOTICE INVITING BIDS BONDS ISSUED FOR AN SITION. FO 17.00 3.18 594.83 14.15 17.52 202.12 484.89 203.63 611.73 £94.95 194.60 IN THE MATTER OF ACQUISITION AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT No. 3 OF THE COUNTY OF , KERN, CALIFORNIA. T Pursuant to the "Acquisition and ImjU-ovement Act of 1925'* as amended, to the resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, California, ordering the acquisitions Inw, tho matter of Acquisition and Improvement District No. 3, -adopted on tho 31st day of August, 1931, and to tho resolution of tho snld 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 tho Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, California, . will receive at tho office of the Clerk of the nald Board of Supervisors In th-.Courthouse In the City of Bnkersfleld. County of Kern, California, up toJh rrwiy 840.19 223.35 1,100.00 1,025.92 379.41 60.00 71.04 1,025.92 325.5R 18.00 876.00 601.85 hour of 2 o'clock n. m., on MorrWiy. the 30th day of January, 1933, scaled 741.14 Lids for thexbonds Issued for the pur- 61.47| of obtaining the amount or j amounts set forth In that certain In! terlocutory Judgment made by the Superior Court of tho State of California, In and for the County of Ivcrn. in that action entitled, "County of Kern, plaintiff, vs. Marie T. Acker- nmn, et al, defendants," being action No. 2G464, Records of mild Court, which said Judgment was entered on the 14th day of December, 1932, In Book 43, prtRe 444, of Judgments, Records of said Court, all rests and ex- 53.831 penscs chargeable to the plaintiff in 299.S1 31.50 2,108.00 1,434.65 550.02 405.00 4r, 406.00 1,557.98 1.029.65 794.98 516.46 3S7.22 865.00 1,350.00 507.30 1,128.07 12.00 386.00 344.34 340.00 327.84 . 287.4S 118.41! 385.22 479.00 1,005.66 760.00 1,604.19 94.16 477.60 1,604.19 467.50 479.00 282.50 425.00 349.50 425.00 .366.95 3,000.00 260.00 250.00 106.9fi 3,000.00 50.00 40.00 153.90 50.00 40.00 153.90 2,124.81 2,124.81 N. C. Houie, being duly sworn, nays: 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 corning 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, 1983. (SEAL) N. C. HOUZE. W/B. GOLDING, Notary Public. Jan. 13 to 24. Inc. In and for the County of Kern, State of California. XICELY furnished 5-room modern stucco house. Inquire 2220 Buena Vista. H9 GASOLINE ALLEY Keep Cool By KING MODEBN furnished bungalow. Overstuffed furnl : j ture. Water paid. Garate. Near car. line, j Apply 81 i it street. 150 TOE HENT—Two court cottages, one furnished, i one unfurnished. Oarage. Water paid. 119 and : H1.50. Apply 1787 Blanche street. 130 I'URN'ISIIED 4-room house. Two bedrooms, two i screen porches. }18. Also 3-room furnished. >1«. Apply 2005 Twenty-second street. i CL/OBK IN—Nicely furnished C-room house. Sleep- I tng perch. Information at HOT n street. | rUHNISIPED lovely 6-room home. Overstuffed, ' piano. Close to high. lUduifd rent. 1919 • Orange. ^^^^ > SEVEN-ROOM nicely furnished. Restricted district. $45.00. F.Inier F. • Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth • street. 1-20-tf • FOR RENT—Modern 4-room house, nicely furnished. Two bedrooms anil garage. In Alia Vista. C-room modern, well furnished house. On- rage. Water paid. Phone 2818-R. i Call 416 Nlles street. , FOR KENT—4-room stucco. Strictly modern. ! nardmod floors, sleeping porch, stitlonsry tub. Xear schools and Beale Park, 310 F street. In- qulre 810%. inp 1 I'OIl KENT—Cory 4-room house, furnished. Fine ' !nrc,tlon. Plessant nelrhhorhood. Inquire 1805 i Orange street. Phone 2288-VV. j For; R^t—-Apurtrnenta; j &TNQ1.1? and double apartment, nlth sleeping porch. : Close In. Now renting for 118.00 snd V12.KO. The Eharland, 2MO O street. Phone 532. 1C!) i PtJiWIBlTED apartments. Nineteenth and D. Overstuffed furniture. r>tgldslre. G-room house, j 3000 Orange. Apply 8031 Nineteenth stree4. gro ' eery store. Phone 6824-J.173 i 1 .VWOOLDNJ'T BE so SORB, -rwose KIDS NEEDED ^ POR THA.T OLD OUNK. NOTHIMG TO WOPR-V ABO.O1, WALT. THEY'LL RtsTORN EM. WOK4'T R6AO RIOT ACT TO THSKA. THAR, SHE BLOWS. WALT.' GARAGE BIRD CAM "-YOO BEAT THAT, DOC, 1 . NOT A TOOL OR JACK l\i THE CAR.. LIFTED 'EM. bfrlLS. Pat Off.j Copyright, 1MJ, by The Chicage Tribute, THE BUNGLE FAMILY Love and Business By HAR&Y J. TUTHILL apartraenta. 14 and 15 a week. Oai. lights, water and garbage Included. £514 Nlnu- teenth street. ISO For Rent—Farm Land i TEN-ACRE ranch, east of town, five acres choice crapes. Fine garden land. Water piped on land. Call 714 Flower street. llio For Sale—Improved Property EXTRAORDINARY bargain In Income prcperty. Beautifully furnished duplex and a 3-room house, also living quarters for owner In basement. Double garage. Large lot. Walking dlalance, Overstuffed furniture and I"r1gldalre. Property netting belter than SI per cent. Owner going east, aays tell for $.3700.00. Terms, J2TOO , down, balance eaiy payments. Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth. 1-18-it OR SALE—5-room houue. one acre land. Cheap. Apply 330 Kast Nineteenth street. ISO OH DERRICK, I'LL . ADMIT IT'S QUITE AI RELIEF TO KNOW KLEOPATRA 13 FINALS MARRIED BUT 1 JUST KNOW SHE COULD HAVE DONE BETTER I THAN MARRY THAT CURLY HAIRED HAMBURGER STAND, MAN.> WELL SWEET. SINCE WE GOT KLEOS.WIRE I'VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT THINGS AND WILL ADMIT THAT t'M SORT Of HAMBURGER MINDED NOW. /HI 1*1*1 Hft t JUST FEEL HE'S THE KINO OF MAN WHO'LL EXPECT KLEO TO STAND BEHIND THAT OIL-CLOTH COVERED COUNTER EIGHTEEN HOURS A DAY CUTTING UP, ONIONS AND SLICING PICKLE*. THtWRST THING FOR JERRY TO DO IS ENLAROE HIS BUSINESS. BUY HIS HAMBURGER IN CARLOAD LOTS AND UP-TO-DATE DERRICK DON'T TELL ME YOU'RE THINKING OF GOING INTO BUSINESS WITH THAT "MANF*. I HAPPEN TO KNOW THE HAMBURGER GAME FROM •THE CONSUMER'S STANDPOINT, SWEET. I UNDERSTAND CUSTOMER REACTION WHEN .THE HAMBURGER 15 TOO THIN, OR, TOO TOUCH OR, TOO RAM. OH DERRICK DARLING, YOU KNOW VERY WELL HOW YOU'D PUT ON WEIGHT IP YOU WERE FIXED'SO YOU COULD EAT ALL THE HAMBURGERS YOU ' WANTED: f I'D GET OVER THAT IF t ) WAS LOOKING AT / HAMBURGER SANDWICHES / IN A PROFESSIONAL WAT. f MY FIRST SUGGESTION 1 AFTER JERRY AND T MOVE THE TABLES AND CASH REGISTER AROUND TO RENAME THE PLACE 'HAMBURGER HA/EN, said action and all incidental expenses Incurred In the proceedings for acquisition, after deducting from said amount of said Interlocutory Judgment nnd Incidental expenses the sum of $117,000.00 heretofore, appropriated by the County of Kern out of the Ooldcn State Avenue Special Improvement Fund, as per Section 0 tit the llosolutlon of Intention In 'Paid matter, and nftor deducting tho further sum of $117,946.00 heretofore raised by the Issuance and sale of immediate possession bonds dated June 20, 193:i (Series "A"), nijalnst tho lands In saUl district. The attention of all bidders Is hereby directed to tho "AequlBltUbn and Improvement Act of lf»25," au. amended, to the Resolution of Intention In the above entitled matter, to the specifications referred to in the wild Resolution of Intention nnd to all other documents for a mora particular description of the boundaries of the assessment district, the /.ones and the percentages to be raised from said zones, and of the property to be ac-, quired, and to all proceedings had !n tho above on titled matter, and the same arc by this reference made a part of this notice. The bonds for which bids will .be re celvod are dated the 3rd ilny of Jan-« nary. 1933, and aggregate the sum of Thirty-six Thousand Three Hundred KlBhty-three Dollars ($36,383.00) and were issued for the purpose above set. forth, and reference Is hereby made to tho said action In condemnation and all documents filed as a part thereof for further details. Said bonds- HO Issued are designated Series "B" and will bo payable In ten (10) Installments, to wit: nine (9) Installments of $3800.00 each. payable as follows: J3600 on the 3rd day of January, 193C, and a like amount on tho 3rd day of January of each of tho succeeding years to and Including tho year 4944, and one (1) Installment, being the last Installment, of $3983.00 payable on the 3rd day of January, 1945, and the denominations of said bonds shall bH us follows: the said bonds of each of the first nlno (9) maturities shall be of the following denominations: three '3) $1000.00 bonds and one (1) $600.00 bond, and each of tho said bonds maturing January 3, 194G, shall be of the following denominations: three (3) $1000.00 bonds and one (1) $983 bond. The said bonds shall bear Interest at a rate not exceeding seven per cent (7%) per annum from the 3rd day of January, 1933, payable seml-annually by coupon on tho Snd day of January tind the Snd day of July In each of the said years prior to maturity except tho first Interest payment which fehall bo made on tho 2nd day of July, 1934, and the last Installment of Interest which shall be payable at the maturltx of the said bonds. The principal ana Interest of the said bonds shall be payable -In gold coin of the United Btate's of America at the office or the Treasurer of the County of Kern, California. The exact rate of Interest wll* bo fixed after examining the bids and consldeiatlon will be given to the r«vte of Internet at which the bonds aro offered to be purchased and the premium offered. If any. The rate of Interest at winch the Board of Supervisors sells the said bonds shall thereupon bo fixed as the rate of Interest thereof. No bids for the said bonds will be considered for less than par (as such p;ir value Is specifically defined by the "Acquisition and Improvement Act of 1935?' as amended). All bldi offered for tho hereinbefore mentioned bond* slmll sot forth the sum bid and the rate of Interest at which It la proposed 1t> purchase said bonds, In words and fltruros, nnd nhall be accompanied by a chock payable to the County of Kern, certified by a reoponvibla bank for an amount not lose than ten per cent ilO%) of the aggregate of the bid, or by a bond for the paid amount and so piiyahle and signed by the bidder and either one duly authorized corporate surety acceptable to the aald Board of Supervisors, or two sureties qualified each for double the amount of, the bond over and above statutory exemptions, before an officer competent to admlnloter oaths. Said bonds aggregating Thirty-six Thousand Three Hundred Eighty- three Dollars ($86,388.00) face value? shall be Insued under the provisions of the "Acquisition and Improvement' Act of 1925," as amended. Bids may be submitted on blank forms furnished by the Clerk of the said Board of Supervisors. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, California. Datod this 16th day of January, 1988.' F. Ifl. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlnlo ClerU»of th« Board of Sunnrvlsoru of tliti County of Konif California. Jan, 10 and SO.

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