The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 23, 1933 · Page 10
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, January 23, 1933
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JO THE BAKERSF1ELD CALlFOflNJAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1933 F OU convenience .of patrons The nnkprsfleld fnllfornlnn nRCtits listed lielow will receive cldpslflril fulvrrllslng and subscriptions at the regular rates; Oil,DAT., 15 Oildiile Phurmary K. Dnwfon Store TAFT Murl|io*u C'lgnr and News Co. MARICOPA iliac City McKlTTrUCK Teniplp.ton Drug Co. T.'F.T.T.OWS N'cwa Dealer SHATTER Hhaftcr Drug Co. WASCO W. c. Thomas News Stand MrFAUTiANT) August Chn tidier The Callfornlun Carrier Mltdirll Bakery TF.ITACTIAPI Tchiu'hupl News Stand CJRAPKVtNK McUirty's Store Lebi'c Coffeo Shop REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN Elk Hills Mercantile Cu. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. Tho Cnlifornlan will not he responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over telephone unless correction Is made Immediately afttr first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE For Rent—Houses ITOUSTSS VOn RENT 10 rooniK, 801 U 135.00 10 rooms, 21 fl Kurcka, $30 6 rooms, 3625 1,, $12.50 C rooms, 720 Pacific, JIG.00 fi rooms, X2!) M, $10.00 4 rooms, MOG M, S12.BO (i rooms, .1502 M, 115.00 •t rooms, 3529 Jewel t, $10.00 K rooms, 26HO Nllos, $20.00 •I rooms, 112 Ogdcn. $10.00 4 rooms, 11121 t;, $l!u.OO ;t rooms, 325 ISIli, $25.00 fi rooms, 2H02 O, $28.00 10 rooms, 11)27 17th, $;IO.OO (! rooms, (JOS M, $ it rooms, !>00 2fith, $1(1.00 FOJ-iLOWlNr; WITH KimM 5 rooms, 2MO I'urk Way, $10.00 ,•! rooms, 715 2Sth, $20.00 4 rooms, 1320 1 Apt., $.15.00 B rooms, 2!i OrpRon, $15.00 II rooms, 141.1 27th, $25.00 3 rooms, 2100 21th, $18.00 ;i rooms, 1725 Kith, $20.00 C rooms, 520 (", $50.00 STORKS 2 storerooms, 515 K. JOth, $15.00 each 1 storproom, 330 K I Dili, $25.00 Brick building, MOfi l<", $50.00 L.AND 80 acres, 0 miles southwest, 02.66 acres Edison Highway Wo Solicit Your Kin- Insurance KI2T.LY & SON Over 26 Years of Reliable Service 1712 Chester. Telephone 363 For Sale—Automobiles U813D CARS A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1032 De Solo coupe, $200 down, 1031 Dodgo 10-wheel truck, $300 down. IflUO Ford coupe, rumblo Heat, $100 down. 1MI T>o Solo sedan. $17B down. 1!i3l Kord sedan, $125 down. 1D31 De Soto 8 nodan, $125 down. BAKERSK.IJ3LD OARAGE USED OAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth lit a. Phono 2286 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARHY ONLT) 100 Lbs., Rcoleaned, Highest Grade JOO TjBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. recleanod wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 78 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, «0c. WANT MORE NOT ADVERTISED BATCERHFIlfllJ) GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous WOOD. Ttemembor 1'ooDlM' Wood Yard, for dry. •ound wood, nojiest measure. Prompt dellr- ary. Prices rliht. Phono 2388. 178 FOtl 8ALB—I'ulrerlted chop nmnure, • lick, delivered. Phono 44'1-W. cents 160 FOR SALE — 24-Inch oak fireplace wood, $13 a cord, delivered. Phone (MB. 151 1COTI MALI;—Ono No. 4 rrlmroso tepartior. 2, Box 1J7-A. Dakorsfleld. Itauto 151 20-INCH oik. .1,1.00 tier; Bucalyntus, $5.91) tlor: cotton wood, $3.25 tier; block wood, $3.00 tier; 12-Inch oik mod, $-1.00 tlor; cotton wood, $2.70 tier; block wood, $2.75 tier. 470 Washington •renuo, Olldale. Itione 0202. 105 j MODERN 5-ronm cottage, $22, water paid. ' 2220 Oregon street. 1'hone I 626. Henry ElBslor. 1-19-tf i SEVEN-ROOM nicely furnished. Re! Klrlctcd district. $45.00. Elinor P. ! Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 ElghtPetitli ! street. 1-20-tf CLEARANCE SALE All cars to bo sold at a big sacrifice. Over 50 to choose from, late models. Get yours now. Sep us about auto loans. Will arrange to finance any car. Lowest prices^ USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phono 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 Over n period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for leas than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phonos. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf 100 pounds mash, in cloth bags, $1.85. 100 pounds scratch, $1.19. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. OANN &. ROSS, Olldalo, Calif. 12-fl-tf AUTO painting, $12.50 to 123; body end fender work. IMboi rljlil. Auto' repilrlni. 'front I'llnt ind llcpalr Shop, California and Maker. Vhone 3671-W. 159 FOR RENT—Houses anil apartments, furnished and ! unfurnished. Depression prices. Telephone 2010. j or call at Dakorsfleld Veterinary Iloipltal, DM : Chester. 152! N'BW 'l-room cottage In rourt. Haul Ilakersflcld. | Ororglufrcd furniture. Automatic heater, llarsBC. i Water paid. 1' 1,'17-W. ; PIVK-HOOM and sleeping porch. Tarnished house, close In. 135. Five-room, raodcrn. 1*1 8fii200. Oreonacre-s. $20. Fire-room, modern. Highland T'ark. TMero for chickens. $25. Wator paid. Tbone 883. 1-23-tf 1fJ2!> Sport Ford roadster, $125. I 1929 Chevrolet coupe, $195. i 1028 Essex Sport coupe, $95. 1027 Chevrolet roadster, $05. 1929 Kord sedan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $fiU5. 1931 07 TJuIck sedan, like new, $785. ' 1409 Eighteenth street. Phone S31 158 ALFALFA sead. 88 per cent pure. Blllhlly die- colored by Htptoniber rain, otherwise flral elate iced. lOo pound. Corro, Iloute it. Wlblo Hold. Bakersflold. 165 FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy hay. Call E. Souza, 2528 L street. Phone 2853-W. 167 NTCRLY furnished B-room modern stucco house. Inqiilrn 2220 llucna Vista. 1!>29 Ford delivery sedan, porfecti $225. 1SI30 Ford standard coupe, $2S5. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone 5828. -158 Spec [al An n o u n cc nieists SPECIAL reduced ratea. iftrn Jur. piano. 12 lessons. No sr-ales or exorcises. Waterman riano School. 1660 Chester arenue. room 10, r >. 168 ROSES Good asBortment of choice roses at very attractive prices. Choose yours while assortment complete. Bakersfield Nursery, 631 Sixth. Telephone 326. 151 6KB attractive grocer? store room and location, 944 Baker street, right In the center of the Kast Bakemfleld business district. 154 . i For Rent—:Ap_artnic_nt8 (SINGLE and double apartment, »lth sleeving porch. Close In. Now renllnit for $1S.OO and The Bharland. 2280 O street. Phone M!. 1BH Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Police doc. Gray. Wearing collar and license tie. 'J701 T> street. Reward. FVHNISUED apartments. Nineteenth and U. Overstuffed furniture, FrlRldalre. 5-room house. 2000 Orange. Apply 20.11 Nineteenth street, grocery store. Phone 5524-J. 173 FOR RENT by week or month. Nicely furnished apartment at the Kelly. Three rooms and bath. Overstuffed. Close In. Adults only. Very reasonable rent. Call 1305 I street. Phone 4093 or 363. 152 MODERN furnished apartments with bedroom. Close In. Garage. Reasonable rentals. 1525 Thirteenth street. 151 Personals SEK this desirable nicely furnished modern apartment. Hcreen porch, fiarage. Water paid, ("lose In. Only $12. lior. .Seventeenth itreet. WANTED— Names men-ivomen. 1B-50. wishing steady future government Jobs. Start 1105.00- S175.00 month. Coremon education usually suffl- • i ient.. Hill particulars with sample coaching— ITtF.n. Apply today. Address K-IO. The fallfomlan. COMBINATION card and teacup rcad- ing. Draper's ranch, H street, two blocks Eouth Brundagc Lane. WIIji, not be responsible for any bills contracted bj anyone other than myself. (Signed) J. T. Achln. 133 For Sale—Improved Property JACK SEZ; 1928 late Ford sedan, clean, $190. 1930 Do Soto sedan, bargain, $325. Lots of Others. New Low Prices. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724. 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 158 192U Pontlac coupe, good condition, terms. F. J. Gleeaon, phono 3382-W. 163 1932 Plymouth coupe, low mileage, A-l condition. Will take trade, can arrange terms. Can be seen at 328 Oregon street, or phone 3709-M. 153 BUICK, 26 series, two-door sedan, good rubber, new battery. Will make wonderful low-priced transportation. Full price, $85. Phone 4-182-M. 162 DOU(lLASa:I)i:PF,NDABLHClIKAPCAIUS.2105 I 1027 Willys Knight ''0" touring; curtains. J75. Very lato 1927 Hudson coach. Motor orer- hauled. New pistons. 5 U. t). noytl tires. Down $BO. FOR BALB—1028 street. Chevrolet coupe. 2811 Lake OAK WOOD, all and lengths, lor flreplicM and stoves. Guaranteed Quality, and prompt delivery. Mears' Ice Delivery. Phono 1J08. 161 FOR SALK— Oat hay, 50 cents bale. Mouth on stain highway.' Kd Tjtob. Seven miles 152 Fruits and Vegetables 1TANCV mountain potatoes, 11.35 a sack at Rorchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth street. Wanted to Buy-•Mjsccllancqya WANT to buy, scales, caih registers, meit slicers, adding machines, typewriter, showcases, refrigerators, itore. office.and restaurant equipment, butchers' supplies, Iccond hand furniture. Valley Store FlJturo Company, 600 Baker. Phono 3130. 153 WANT to buy, lug and picking boxes. Phone 1033. 161 WILL pey cash for used chine. Phone •1088-.T. electric washing roa- WANTBD—Tivo model T Fnrdi. Nol over $10. Twenty-ninth and Cheslw avcnuo. Fruit Stand. For Exchange—r-Mfaccllancous AVANTKD—To trads, 3 It. P. motor ind 2-Inch pump or alfalfa hay for fresh Jersey cow. 1'hono 2M8-IU Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor layi: "You can bo'well." Let Him help you. One month's servli:o for 119 Over Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone 111S-.I Legal Notices -J; Legal Notices SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF YHE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COUNTY OF KERN Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Good work mules with harness. Price right. Pcrrol-Arvln RancliOK, Route 1, Box 106, Arvtn. Phono Arvtn 41-J-12. 151 iron SALE—Mulo. Will ride, puk or work, ihiglo or double. 1'hone 87(10 H-2. 151 WANT to buy, Kiain of work horses or mules. Itolatiil Helper. Houto 2. Hoi o:i. Ono mllo west Orcenflold. Kern Inland road. 1."i2 FOR SAUK—Tliroo good work horses. *100. Mlth harnoss. Seo Mr. Kbel, I'-l miles west of Wasco. 1.12 POU SALK—Ono first-calf Clyde Doll. Hhnfter. Jersey heifer, J25. Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous To the Honorable Clerk of the Superior Court of tho County of Kern, State of California: N. c. Houze, the Public Administrator of the County of Kern, State of California, respectfully makes hla return to all estates of decedents which have come Into his hands: the valub of same: tho money which lias come into his hands from such estates; what hag been done with It: his feea and expenses Incurred In each estate, and the balance, If any, remaining In his hands during tho six months of his term of office, commencing with July 1st, 1D32, and ending with December 81st, 1932, same being In accordance with the Provisions of Section 1730, of the Code o» Civil Proceeduro of tho State of California. Appraised Money Adm'r Money Claims Balance Value ' Rec'tl Fees Paid Allowed On Hand 350.00 100.00 169.00 1,00 316.23 306.23 22.14 76.8* 230:39 32.18 \VANTKD-rtor Hiono 2730. cash. Light lato model car. SWISS PRESIDENT For Sale—Furniture Financial J6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and B<> Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Habcrfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 158 1523 20th FLOTD Street. DUNLAP Plionn 391. 158 MONKV TO LOAN—We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm properly. Long term loans, 5H per cent Interest. Ouy Orecnlcaf. secretary. No. 2:8 Jefferson streot. Phone 41K-W. 176 Notice sale of personal property. Bids will be received by the undersigned for tho houses described bo- low. These houses are to be removed and lots cleaned up: (1) 2811 L street. (2) 2825 L street. (3) Garage rear of 2825 L street. (4) 1107 Twenty-second street. (5) 1116 Twenty-second street. (6) 1108 China Alley, lot 2, block 190, City of Bakcrsfiold. (7) 1106 China Alley, lot 2, block 190, City of Bakcrsfield, (8) 1510 K street. (9) 1D28 K street. (10) 608 Fourteenth street, near "S" street. Bids must be In by tho 24th day of January, 1933, and accompanied by 10% of the bid. The executor reserves the right to reject any and all bids. IRVING COHN, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES COHN, DECEASED. 1420 Seventeenth street 151 CLARK-JEWEL gas range, full porcelain, large size, $29.75. Heavy Axmlnster runs, Dx12, $22.50. Inner spring mattresses, $8.25. ; Dsessers, $4.75. , IVAN L. HAMM i Phone 341. 1100 Eighteenth St. 158 | Radio,.^Musical Instruments | SHEET MUSIC—Largest (stock of popular and classical music In tho city. All popular hits, old-time favorites, piano and vocal solos, teaching methods, manuscript paper, etc. Phillips Music Company store, across the street from the Pioneer Mercantile Company, at the corner of Twentieth and "Eyo" streets. 153 HORIBONTAT, 1 Spiritual overseer. 6 Hindu prayer carpet. 10 Persiflage. 11 To extort. 13 Prominent. 14 Remedy for all diseases. 16 Self-locking catch. 17 English coin. 19 To rob. 20 To detest. 21 Loose. 23 Otherwise. 24 Custom. 25 Aeriform fuel. 26 Point. 28 Aye. 29 Sesame. 30 Supreme effort. 21 2000 pounds. 34 The tip. 36 To harden. 37 Mineral spring. 39 To greet. 41 To supplicate. 43 To avoid. Annwr to Previous Puzzle \smma ETA EIQB ICINIDIS 44 Compound ,46 To devour. 47 Turf. 48 Sprains. 50 To grow well. 52 Small islands. 53 Conscious. 54 Kace from among the Britons. 55 Aperient. VERTICAL 1 Roof of the mouth. S Apiaccous plant. 3 Pace. 4 Two fives. 5 Derivatives of phenol. 6 Wing. 7 Iniquities. 8 Things bought. 9 Finically. 10 Ruby spinel. 11 Excess oE calendar month over the 51 Female lunar month. 12 To vex. 10 Newly elected. president of Switzerland. 15 New president In Chile. IS Sun god. 21 Dried tubers of orchids. 22 Soared. 25 Cotton machine. 27 To place. 32 Hops kiln. 33 Containing to. nitrogen. 35 To consecrate. 36 Despotic subordinate official. 37 Youngster. 38 Chaste. 40 Rental contract. 42Kach (abbr.). 43 Took oath. 45 Rivulet. 47 To scrutinize. 49 Mesh of lace, sheep. Ursula Qtirclii .. Eugene Wilson . Jmujuln Padllla. A. Hernandez .... . . _ H. T,. Gentry.. .Unappralscd A. M. Hey worth... 7,934.29 Alice Hlgglns 1,000.00 Orvll B. Phelps.Unappralaed Joe' Smith 787.36 Agnso Atamlim .... 640.91 William R. Jones.. 121.39 William J. Wilson.. 125.00 Lucy Ociiiiu ... .Unappmlsecl John C. Cunningham 250.00 Ole Nelson Unappralsed Lulu I. Van Winkle Unappralscd Harry Ronolds 1,500.00 P. J. Cowun... .Unappralf-ed Joo Nonella 2.07'1.21 A. R. St.-iffa Unappralsed John Kellertnan ... 1,517.24 William J. Hanoi.. 5S1.00 Frances Sheppard.. 1,0illi.55 Charles II. Allen.,. 1.771.OS Lillian Moore,. .UnapprHlsed Bacllio Katapan.... 96".4R C. Morales Unappralsed Charles 13. Davis Unappralsed O. N. Gosnell 1,115.22 Claude Moore 150.00 Laurence O'Connor 340.00 Thomas Gallagher . 323.02 M. L. Wylle 400.00 Florence Brewer Unappralsed Richard Tamils. Unappralsed Url D. Pryor Unappraised Mae Zlmmer... .Unappralscd M. D. Kerr Unappralsed Louisa E. Bell. .Unnppralsed Hop Tuck Unappralscd llallnda W. Davis Unappralsed Ernest O. Davis 202.12 Juan Echeverrla ... 1,247.23 Pasquale Plazolla .. 2,181.80 Nells Christiansen Unappralsed William Baker. .Unappralscd Jessie Scott Darnell 360.19 Samuel T. Glatfelter Unappraised Frank Nelson.. .Unappralsed Jacob Ward ' 250.00 G. D. Cardoza . .Unappraised Elvira Wllllam- Kon Unappraised Alfred Gllfred 1,025.92 Pierre Faure 5,S7!M1 Joseph Coffo 1,500.00 20.00 803.00 4,357.44 1,200.00 200.00 78.00 7.20 328.63 823.47 1,200.00 787.36 040.91 121.39 125.00 55.12 45.36 8.50 622.36 637.88 40.46 40.25 305.00 405.10 482.00 419.21 S'T'B'.OO 12.80 474.47 3,538.97 185.00 3.03 80.OH 84.75 Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWUAT8 11KDUC1NO Colotilc Irritation IN8T7TUTB OB 1 HTDnoTHBIlAPT HIS V Street 9 a. m. to S n. m. Pfcon* 9011 PIANO TUNING Factory lioalsiorcxj Timer 13.50 BitUfactlon Guaranteed CAUL A. BYttD IflOD-M 830 Trurtun Aionui LAUNDRY SERVICE « Laundry aerrlce Uneicelled—Tliat Is Out Slogan Ten Different Services and Zorlo Odorless Dry Cleaning CIT1ZBN8 UAUNUHT ( Hliletnlh and O Mlreeta Photii Z5I Professional Curds JOHN W. CULLITON PUBUC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX HKnVICK, AUDITS. BTSTKMt Bull* loa, ITofesdonal Bulldlnf' Vbone 4501 160.29 2,b'74'.2i 110.00 7.00 2,b'7l'.2i 306.00 5S4.00 i,o:;G.55 1.771.08 41.93 GSO.ol 5S4.00 728.111 502.11 347.50 205.00 646.00 384.00 153.29 826.73 sbs'.jfi 1,268.97 903.48 67.44 •164.12 291.11 499.36 202.12 792.72 150.00 340.00 223.6'.' 35.00 406.37 9.02 731.77 S.50 37.80 17.00 23.00 37.07 S6S.60 273.00 175.00 302.00 193.10 141.60 302.20 206.62 12.00 3C9.30 611.83 17.00 3.18 594.83 212.12 202.12 1,226.03 255.00 340.19 523.16 14.15 17.52 202 12 484.89 203.53 511.73 37V.45 294.98 223.35 1,100.00 John J. Corcoran .... i H. H. Bell, i Chris Nelson 1,022.92 371).41 50.00 71.04 325.5S 18.50 376.00 601.33 194.60 741.14 51.47 340.19 299.81, 53.85 31.50 DR. B. BUZAN Palmer .Uratluile If CHtnopnAcTon PilnlMi Hyslem Complete Electrotherapy Service. Toot Correct!!*! llours, 10 to 12 a. m., !! to 5. 7 U> 8 p. <». Rooms I11-112-113 Jloncan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 0518 Lady Altendan. Legal Notices NOTICE OF THE HEARING RE. PORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 842. Office of the Clerk of tho Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, Stale of California: To All Non-Consenting Owners of tho Hereinafter Described Landa Talte « Notice: That the report of viewer.' heretofore appointed by tho ubovc-namorj Board to vlpw and lay out proposed County Ttoad No. S42, commencing" at (ho northeast, corner of Villa Lot No. » 2fl, according to tho map of "Drury'n Addition of Kern City, Sec. 21. T. 29 , S.. rt. 28 K.. M. D. B. & M.." filed for record on March 18th, 1907, on page 101 of IJoolc 1 of Maps, and running thence southerly and along east boundary of said Villa Lot No. 26, to tho southeast corner thereof, has been set down for hearing by Ihe said Board of Supervisors at their rooms In the County Courthouse in the City of Bakcrsfield. said County and State, for January 30, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M., whore 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 toy: .Sarah J. Titnius, Villa Lot No. 26. Drury's Addition of Kern City. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made January 9, 1933: F. F.. Smith,' County Clerk and ex-Offldo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jon. 12 to 26, Inc. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Business Opportunities SERVICE station operator wanted to lease station. Will take J400 to handle. For information, call 3011 after 6 p. in. 163 EX'TOAOIlDlNAny bargain In Income property. Beautifully furnished duplex and a 5-room house, also living quarters for owner In basement. Doublo garage. Largo lot. Walking distance. Overstuffed furniture and Kilgldalre. 1'roperty netting better than 21 per cent. O«ncr going east, says sell for >3700.00. Terms. {2700 down, balance easy payments. Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth. 1-lS-tf BEAUTY SHOP In San Francisco. Four booths fully equipped. Three permanent wave machines. A-l neighborhood. Same owned 8 years. Retiring. $750.00. Box 643, Tlu> Cttlifornian. 151 Help >Vanted—Male MAN, high character and physically' fit, not over 46, desiring to enter, government service. For Information and personal interview write H. M. j Baird. Box B-2, The Californlan. 153 | nvl'-llOOM modern house. Hardwood floors. Tile sink. I-ol 80 by 300. Chicken house for about 000 chickens. Cow barn, lilg shade trees. Ten minutes from town. Mortgage company says to sell for IS050. Terms. ?150 down, balance easy payments. lioward Nichols, Inc., ISO? Nineteenth street. 1-23-tf For Exchange—Property VOH TRADE—Pour-room house. In Kajt Bak- orsfletd. for ranch, south or west of town. ]*hone 4111-J. GUITARS, banjos, ukuleles, piano accordions, flutes, clarinets, trumpets, trombones, saxophones, All kinds of musical Instruments sold at exceptionally low prices and on easy terms. Our store is the musical bar- ; gain center of Bakersflcld. Phillips ] Musical Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" streets, one block from tho Fox Theater on Twentieth street. 153 LATEST 1933 Gllflllan super hetro- dyno broadcast and short-wave police receiver. Special this week only, $24.50. Terms. Don C. Preston. Nineteenth and TI. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous OTl SALE 4000 4-foot O. P. lath. JJO.OO. P. M. Kyte. Delano. 6 Mi miles cut Oolden Btato high- May on Pond road. 151 TOR BA1.IJ—One Parmal tractor, with cultivator and plow. Call 8705-11-1. Radiator repairs, new cores. All work Prices at rock bottom. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS 18TH AND O STRUCTS. PHONE 658. AlJj KINUfi of well rooted berry plants: artichokes and asparagus roots. Shrubs at special prices. ! Tctuphono 8701-J-ll. John Dento, Pniltvale. I w KG i Unappralsf d ... 2.3S7.50 2,108.00 550.01! -I62.SO 1,507.98 TJnappral.scd 1,434.65 405.00 405.00 1,029.65 David ICngle... .Unappralscd Edward Anderson Unlippraised 794.9S 507.50 1,128.07 287.4R John Lacy 418.46 11B.46 116.40 Flora C. Iluggins.,. 597.22 397.22 12.00 385.22 John Reubcnstein.. S65.00 S65.00 386.00 340.00 479.00 Chnrles Alls 1,000.00 1,350.00 344.34 327.34 1,005.66 Mabel Webber. .Unappralscd Francisco E. Rio Unappralscd ....... Casper Schock .. Unappra Ised John Obradovich... 760.00 7GO.OO 477.50 '467.50 282.50 Bessie Moore 1,004.19 1.604.19 94.16 1,604.19 479.00 | Anna F.. liocfner... 1,750.00 i R. W. Wynne 700.00 425.00 349.50 425.00 Flora V. Payne 1.12K.OO Santos Pure/. . ..Un.ipprai.scd 366.95 260.00 250.00 106.95 Ed. Tt. Barkley. .Unappralsed 3,000.00 3,000.00 Andres Jergcr- son Unappraised Gustav I-Teusch- kel Untppraised Lillian Hodgson 250.00 John T. Keller.. .Unappralsed 50.00 50.00 Jim Malatoro ..Unappralsed 40.00 40.00 Silas L. Jenkins.Unappral.sed 153.90 153.90 S. I<. Pcarce... .Unappralscd ThoH. Bryson ... Unappralsed Solla Styles Unappraised B. F. Alien Unappniiscd 2,124.81 2,124.81 Otto Bliss ...'... Unappralsed John Coco Unappralsed Robert J. Little.Unappralsed ...... State of California, County of Kern, ss. N. C. Houze, being duly sworn, says: that, tho above and foregoing semiannual report of tho Public Administrator of tho County of Kern, is a true and correct account of the estates coming Into his hands as Public Administrator of Kern County, a» some therein appears from the 1st day of July, 1932, to the 31st day of December, 1932, and tho whole thereof, and that ho was not interested In any of the expenditures of any estate. Subscribed and sworn to before me tills 9th day of January, 1933. (SEAL) N. C. TTOU55F,. W. B. GOLD1NG, Notary Public. Jan. 13 to 24. inc. Tn and for the County of Kern. State of California. Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Paratflne Oil Company will ve held al tho office of the company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakersficld, California, on Tuesday, the "1st dny of January, 1933, at the hour of :> o'clock P. M., for the purpose >f electing :i Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. CITAS. A. TIARE, Secretary, Paraffins Oil Co.*npuny. Dated January 12, 19S3. Jan. 12 to 27, Inc. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. „ Notice is hereby given that Ihe annual meeting of the stockholders of Ihe Kern County Finance Compa,nv will be liuld al the office -if .«r.ld corporation at 1923 Chester A venue. In the City of Bakorsfield, State of California, on Thursday, January 26. 193". at the hour of 3 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing year, and for Ihe transaction o'' such other as may properly come before the meeting. M. A. WEATHI3RWAX, Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. GASOLINE ALLEY Crashing the Gate Bv KING Help Wanted—Salesmen *,' wanted for Kswlelgh city routes of 800 consumers in ajid near cities of llakersfleld and Santa I'aula. Reliable hustler ran slarl earning l:!!i weekly and Increase, rapidly. Write Imme* Uiately. Hawlrlgh Company. Department CA-4-V, Oakland. Calif. WANTED—Experienced telephone salesman. Must trareL UooU proposition. .Must hare expe- ilence. Transportation furnished. Apply room 328. Southern hotel. Nararre. Siiuati on s^ Wjini ted—Female ! HOOKKKEP)?n und stenographer wants small sets i rf books to keep or office work. Telephone I .•.flril-J. | WANTED—Uauiidry. Work carefully done. AUo | housework, by day or hour. I'hone 378H Tl. .Mrs. > Msbcl Jadn-ln. 24^0 fl street. ! JL\J'CIUl:N<'i;i} ilenul uttUtam. practical nurse, j wishes lull tir port tltne emplojroenL Do house- I work or laundry. Keasonnhle rates. Beferences. i I'hone 40M-M. For Rent—UooTns Toil lir.NT. to lady wily, front hrdroom. witli I homo prlrltegcs. In Lual BaJteriifiold. i\\o bhjcks I tiom lius line. Ilrfcrettt'es elchange<i. lltonc I ^lUDlilt.N' furnuhcd outside rooms, trith heat, eon- , tlnuous hot icater. Also 3-room apartment. Very I r>.a;nnahlo rent. 1853 D street. 131 i TO iiKNTLIiMAN—Very desirable room, reason- ! iihle. ulth t>alh, prlrat« entrance, use or phono. Also garage. Must be seen to bo appreciated. I'hune S«l:i-M. 1!'J /^NUP, see IF 1 TWe MOTOR'LL VSTART, SCRAM f^ MO 6OT we've GOT TO FlVC THE DIDM'T HOKT 7W6 CAR AMS. fht, I'M. VThe Chua|> Tabus* •«. U. S. PtL Of. i Cop) t i Striking Pilots Expected to Race (United PrcfH Leased Wire) LOS AXIIKLES, Jan. 23.—"Striking" plot at tho local Ascot Legion .Speedway were expected today to he back In tho fold next Sunday when activities arc resumed at tho oval. Settlement of their differences with , track officials over prize money WIIH j foreseen in the announcement 'that seven races will be staged instead of four and in postponement of the .scheduled card at the Oakland track yesterday. Had weather forced can- cclatlon of tho program at tho northern track which will bo unabto to run off tho races next Sunday because the A. A. A. has reserved that dato for Ascot. —: «-«-*. — COST OF MOVIE SHOW, $8000 OAKLAND, Jan. 23. (A. P.)—Attendance at a moving picture show cost Robert Evans, 56-year-old gardi- ner $8500, ho reported to police. His wallet, containing his life's savings, which he reported missing after Itav- ing tho theater, was found on tho floor by the manager but It was empty. Evans told police he drew thu money, in 17 ?500 bills, from a bank thrco weoks ago and had been carry- Ing It with him, • HE BUNGLE FAMILY Married By HARRY J. TUTHILL NICK largo front room, nuar bath. Heat. Seventeenth street. 2101 ; 151 I For Jlcn t— Rooms With Board and board, IB.BO per week. Comfortabli I tuutnl. pleasant surroundings. Vtee parking. Also transient dinners, 50 cents. 2028 Nlnr- leenlh stre«t. Telephone 987. »-8r-tf . 1U>OM and board, comfortable home. Oeod tneals for young people. Reasonable rates. 2223 Eighteenth street. Phone 1070-W. 151 : Rent— Houses UNFURNISHED HOUSES '.'lean 0-room house with water paid, $25 per month. Four-room hout>e purtly furnished, {17.50 per month. Five-room modern house with water paid, $22. SO per month. DRANDT INVUSTMKNT CO. 1S13 Chester Avenue. Phone 12ns __ 1-lS-lf Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2L'2U Oregon street. $22.00. Water puld. J'liiMK- 02f>. Henry Kisslcr. 1-1'J-tf K LEOPATRA'S MARRIAGE TO PEGGY'S FIANCE BROUGHT SUNSHINE AND SHADOW INTO THE BUNGLE HOME A6 THE NEW MRS. GRUBBER, TRIED TO ANSWER. MANY QUESTIONS. WE ^\| WCRE 4 SO SUWt IT WAS THE HAMBURGER. MAN. VVELLX AUNT OH AUNT JO5IE I'M SO SORKY BUT...Waj_ WE....I...OH I DON'T KNOW HOW TO EXPLAIN... MAR.P.IED TO A MILLIONAIRE EH? WELL KLEO, IN SPITE OF THAT I'M STILL SOOD AND MAD ABOUT YOU RUNNING AWAY. WHEN WC SOT YOUR WIRE ABOUT BEING MARRIED, WE SUSPECTED THAT HAMBURGER STAND MAN. IH MOTHER, PLEASE DON'T GET 6O EXCITED ABOUT. WELL, THIS. SIMPLY A.STCXINDCD. TO THIr^K THAT YOU, MY NIECE, PEGGY'S COUSIN, WOULD.... 'WE WERE OUT RIDING. WE I PASSED AN AUTO .WITH A LOT OF WHITE RIBBONS ON IT. BOB SAID USffl (SET HARMED, KLEO....AND I .SAID [WELL , ALL MQKT. I PERSONALLY AM NOT SO STRONG FOB. MILLIONAIRES. THEY'RE THE ONES WHO TOOK ME TO THE CLEANEP.S IN '29. AND so we GOT MAR.RIED, OH I'M SO SORRY, BUT.... OH PEGGY I'M SO GLAD YOU ARE...WCLL...NOT AS EXCITED AS AUNT JOSIE IS ABOUT EVERYTHING. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: " * BM.U.».rAT.Off. Most people who resolve to give up bad habits usually give up noth- Ing but the resolution.

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