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THE BAKEHSKltiLO CAL1FORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26* 19&J F OR convenience of patrons The Bnkersflclrl Cnllforninn rtRonts listed below will receive clnsslflod advertising nnd subscriptions nt tho regular rates: Oildnlo Plinrnincy K. Dawson Stoi'c T/VFT Mariposa Clgnr nnd News Co. MAJUCOPA. date City Phnrmncy McKITTHTCK Teinpleton Drug Co. FEt,T,OWS Waggoner News Dealer ST-TAPTEU Shaftor Drug Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News Stand MeFAIUjANn AufftiAt Chandler The Cnllfornlun Carrier DRT^ANO Mitchell Bakery TKHACHAP1 Tehaehapi News Stand T.nAPKVINF, McLarty'a Store I.TCBEC Lcbcc Coffee Shop REWARD i-'. Christian TUPMAN Kilt Mills Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The California!) will not be responsible fur errors in Classified Advertisement!) taken over telephone unless correction ia niiulfi Immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOB CITY SEDVICE For Rent—Houses niSNTAtj—Five rooms and sleeping porch, unfurnished, $25. Six rooms, L.aguna Square, nicely furnished, $45. Six rooms, unfurnished, East Bakcrs- fleld, $35. Elmer F. Karpc. Phono 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-2(i-tf UNFURNISHED HOUSES Clean B-room hnuso with water paid, J25 per month. Four-room hou.io partly furnished, $17.60 per month. Five-room modern house with water paid, $22.50 per month. HUANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue.' Phone 129S 1-IS-tf Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2220 Oregon street. $22.00. Water paid. Phone 626. Henry Elsslor. 1-18-tf MODERN B-room cottage, $22, water paid. 2220 Oregon street. Phone 026. Henry Elswler. l-1'.l-tf nVB-HOOM furnished houso, $2.1. \esr grammar and high schools, 1800 Oranco street, fl'hona 271-Sf. 154 FIVK-KOOJf house, iiloelr furnlnhcd. Ororstuffcrt furniture, llnrace. Water paid. 1011 Forrest street. 1DO N'KW 4-nwm cottage In rnurt. East TlakcrRfield. Oreistuffcd furniture, autmnatlc heater. Oarage. Special prlre. rhonn 151T-W. rnll furnished 0-rooin ln,mo, dose In. two s from Nineteenth utrpot. Itcdured ronf. 22(17 K. _ NEW. MODERN llOt'HK FOTI HUNT, CAUFOll- M.» .U'KM'K VAIIK TIUCT*. HKK It. T. SMITH. 1'IIOXK 119. 172.J CllHSTKn AVKNl'B. imi FIVE-ROOM mnilnrn. good location. *2.",.DO. Tlio furniture In It can he bought for balance due to furniture company, pflynhle $10.00 month. Ttiw- •nl Nichols, Inc.. ITiOH Nineteenth street. Phone .IBS. 1-211-lf For Sale—Unimproved Land ran BAL& from Vlci Best cash 15, Arvln. —90 acres unimproved land, 1W miles isant Valley, Raker county, Oregon, offer takes. Write, John C'obb, P. O. For Sale—Automobiles 1S31 Ford town sedan, $385. 1031 Ford standard coupe, $350. 1831 Ford do luxe roadster, $296, 1930 Ford sport coupe, $205. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $17o. 1931 Ford 157-ln. 2-tou truck, $475. SEVERAL CHEAP CARS $25 TO $100 USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 110 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous <CASH AND CARRT ONLY) 100 JLba,, nccleaned, Highest Qrad* tOO LBS. HEN SCRATCH. »UO. 300 Ibs. recloanod wheat. $1.00. '00 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, flOc. MANY MORJ3 NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSP1ELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun AVenuo 10-28-tt For Rent—Apartments Special _ Announcements CLEARANCE ON ALL USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumblo seat, $100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 Do Soto S sednn, $125 down. BAKERSFIELP OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt Q. Phone 228(1 158 Ovpr u 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 phonoa. Business Is Rood. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf WOOD. Itomctnbcr Peoples' Wood lard, for dry, sottifd now). Honest meaturo. Prompt drill- cry. l>rlcos right. Phono MOD, 170 PIANO for tale. Small SIM. modern, mahogany case, lias gmxl ton*, and li In gool condition. Will soil cheap urn! accept almost »ny terms from responsible people. For particulars, write Froci Outchcr. 802 Fulton street, Prrsim. _£•'«»£ IM AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any sls-.e. Door glass Installed, $2.00. Franklin Glues Company, 1404 Elght- I eciith street. Phone 844. 156 i PULV13IIIS5I3D dldr?fertilizer; f5c I suck, $2.50 per load, delivered. Phono 1 4S07-W. 1G4 For Sale—Miscellaneous On SAltK— Pulrerlied. IIIMD ffldur*, US cent) « »»ck, delivered. Phone'4471-W. 189 50-INCH oak, *:,,00 tier: Eutalyntui, 15.BO tier; cotton irootl, >3.i5 liar; block wood, IS.00 tier: 12-Inch oak wood, 11.00 tier; cotton wood, $2.70 .tier; block wood, »2.7n tier. 479 Washington atonue, CMIrtaJn. Phone 0992, ISO ALL KINDS of well rooted berry plants; artichokes •nd Mparatui foots. Slirubs at iptcltl prlcoi. TelephMie 8701-J-ll. John Denlo, Frultrilg. 100 pounds mash, In cloth bn«8, $1.35. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, 11.20. QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-«-tf AUTO pdhtlnc, 113.90 to 125; boar ""> fender work. Prlcti right. Auto tcpilrlng, Tron* Paint and nopalr Shop, California and Baker. Phone 3071-W. * IflB FOR SALE—A-1 baled dairy nay. Cull 12. Souza, 2520 L street. Phone 2363-W. 167 OAK WOOD, ill alr.ei and length!, tor flraplUN •nd itorei. Guaranteed quillty, and prompt (Jellttry. Jleara' lea Delivery, rhont 1898. tst Poultry and Livestock JBHSHY bull, ientlc. T. B, toted. Can bo re«- litored. 2H years old. Prlco |65. Orauf . Hervlet,Station, Itoiadale. .^ 134 BA11V TIIKKR, parent (lock ranft« railed, dliease freo. Mammoth bronr.e. blit-bone ilock, Order nmr; don't ileUy, for oafly birds. Also oil and electric Incubator*, electric brooders, breeding Turns, cuitom batching. Yttcs Turkey lUnch antl Hatcher, Hhafter, Calif. ' 154 HAnuiTH for sale, SO young does and bucki. Itods and \vliltci Ntw Zealand. 11119 alock li •going at a vary low price. Phona 4288-11, HlTorrlew, 154 RABBIT frycri, hucki and tlooi for (ale. 525 Hewnth Jtreet. Phons 20S8-J. FOR HAM3—Jersey and Guernsey cows, also heifers, some (nth now. Btafton ranch, Route 0, Dot 452. . jog FOR HALB—1000-pound taikllo horse. Price 120. Telephone 8087-W. • 1511 K 8T11EET Poultry Market, 0805 K atreet. Phono 4030. Mallard ducks, 85 cents each; Muacova ducks. 18 cents pound; colored hens and fryers, 82 cents a, pound; soft-boned routers, 20 cents pound, wiinicd, old roosters, ijj Wanted to Buy-Miaccllaneous i; and tfouhlo apartment, tvith sleeping porch. Close In. Nmv renting for $18.00 and SlS.TiO, The Hharland. 2MO () street. Phono r,r,n. 16J FfnMSIIRD atiartments. Nineteenth and IJ. OT»r- ftuffcd furniture. Vrlitltlalre. 5-nwra house. 'JOOO Orsnge. Apply 2031 Nineteenth alrccl. grocery fltore. Phone rfr,2-)-.T. 173 roil HUNT— Furnished apartment, Jlii. Call at •J100 Sovmiteenili street. i:,« filter FOR RENT—Furnished modern tipnrt- nient, four rooms. Electric refrigerator. Garage. See owner, 100S Truxtun avenue. Phone 2330-M. 157 TIM; MARVEL HHOPPE 15o' s'l'KCl.U. reduced rstes. Learn jazz piano, f2 :c«soni. No scales or czerclses. Waterman ' I'lano SrluoJ. 18(10 Chester avenue, room 10i. CONVENIENT and clean tivo rooms, with sleeping porch. Private hath. 2321 Truitun avenue. Reasonable. , ir>t' FOH HKNT—4-rcom furtnehod duplex. Hardwood floors, tile sink. Ijirgc bedroom. Ttont 821. Call ct 1!>IO Alta Vista. 6KIJ ftttrartlvu srocery iture room nnd location, • 3'lt Uaker nr«l. right In tbu center of tho Kssl Hahtrsfleld busllign district. 15-1 FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies. Rose and house plants at reduced prices. BAKKRSKI13LD NURSERY HSl Sixth Street. Phone 326. 156 Wanted to Rent—Houses WANTED—Ilent house or apartment. $10,00 per month, by local couplo. or wife will give services part tlmo for rent. Write Boi 181. The Call- fornlan. Wanted to Rent-Miscellaneous Personals COMBINATION card and teacup reading. Draper's ranch, H street, two hlock.s south Brundqge I.anc. Financial WANT to lease or rent, small ctfo In good Iwsflon. I Must bo equipped and easy terms. Post Offlcfl | HOT SIR. Delano. I.I.', For Sale—Improved Property $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 YEA 11 (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS" Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Bo Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 0 Haberfclde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 IDS POU HAW. On IlENT— Three-room niwlprn house In Homecrcst. Inquire 342 Lincoln are- nue. OHUalc. ir,4 FOR SALE—Good house, one acre land, close In. Cheap. 330 E Nineteenth street. 151 KOR SALE—Six acres and house, close In. Snap. Apply 830 East Nineteenth FLOYD DUNLAP 1J23 20th Street. Phone 301. 159 MUNKY TO LOAN—We hare an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Long term loans. 5H: per cent Interest. Uuy Oreenleaf. IK• ^ttarj. No. :i8 Jefferson street. Phone 412J-W. ne $500, 11000 or $2000, 3 years, S per cent, to loan on good Bakersflcld homes. First trust deed. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth stroet. 1-25-tf Business Opportunities A PunHKNT-t>AY bargain. A 5-room modern limisc. Hardwoott floors in all rooms. Including service porch. I'luco for chlrhens. fYuft trees and heautlful shrubbery. Restricted district. Tut to 12700. Terms. $350 clown »nd >27.00 unr month. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1509 Nineteenth. 1-28-lf BBHF7B a rral opportunity. A comfortable a-rottn house In good condition, within & hundred feet or so of new highway, therefore bound to Increase In value, rnn ho had for the amount of the loan against it which Is lens than (2000.00, payable In small monthly Installments. Nn down payment required If you can furnish references. Tlowsrd Nichols, Inc., 1509 Nineteenth sltprt. Phone n»8. 1-M-tf For Exchange—Properly WANTED to exchange, money-making chicken ranch In Bakerifleld for clear Fresno property. Phono 2810-.I after d p. m. 1S4 GOLD MINE In Kern county. Kiperlenred mln tni men want one or more persons to inr*st j ¥12,200 to put sold mine and present mill in I operation and to increase tnlll capacity. Properties consist of several patented claims, n -*>'on modem complete cyanldlng plant, icady to operate. Several thousand tons of til ore blocked out. Thousands of tons more available by crost- cultlng lower drifts. Very low milling costs, due 10 large ore bodies. Plenty of water for mill. A real mining project. Tour money back first and > 40 per cent Interest In project. • Tills project ulll stand the most rigid examination. Will pay expenses of your engineer If whst wr> say is not true. Principals only, llox K-H, The Ctllfornlan. US OPPORTUNITY for a live auto me- chanlc and electrician with small capital. 1605 Twentieth street. 154 CAMPGROUND and service station for rent. See Claude Richardson, McFarland, Calif. 154 I For Sale—Improved Farms Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Neil Bpupearlne, honeit tnd reliable men. residents of Korn county, age 21 to 40. fnduitrloua nnd willing (o work full or part time. In lUkirirield. Tsft. Delino and Wairo. C»y, pleatint and profitable work. Ambitious men can rarn 1.1.00 to $10.00 per da}*. Unusual opportunity for tdraiirrment to men who prnre their efrir-lcnfy and ability. References required. Applicants muit apply in ptrion. between 1 and 8. 7:30-8:30 p. m,, at 'J424 Sunset, naAenfleld. Calif. 154 BINGLK man. with light or, free to travel, to do i DOC ill adTtrtlslnc \vork for large euern orgnnt- utlon. Can earn from 9S to $8 dally, ullh chance of advancement for rlfflu man. Bet Mr. Tloppel, 1924 Seventeenth it reel, from 7 to S p. tn, 134 Help Wanted—Salesmen MKN wanted for lUwlelgh city routei of 800 coniumert In and near cities of Bakersfleld and Santa, Paula, lit liable hustler can itait MRilnr $25 Hpehlj and inrrcwc rapidly. Writ* immediately, Itawltlgh Company, Departmrnt CA-4-V. Oakland. Calif. Situations Wanted—Male 1..AWXS rakej by p«mfr machine. Cheaper and belter Uian hand'vorh. Prunlnjr. N<*«- la«ne made. Tree estimate, rJxiwrlenccd Kurdoner. Vhoim 2165-J. 1^'J Situations Wanted—Female WANTED—Work by the day or hour, anytime. 2510 O street. !M WANTED—Youn,{ woman as housekeeper nnd i>rm- tli*a) nurte. Or.ly two In family. Olrp af. uxpflrtence, wagrs, etc. 7*. O. Doz 411. nabv;- (bid. 134 LADY—White, houi*keeper. Two adulti. Itoan!. room and am all wage. Give age, where you ran be Interviewed. Address P. 0. Box 014, Dvlami. Calif. us WOMAN v ants hour work, house rlcanlnu or laundn*. 30 reuti hour. Phone 3.124-J, For Rent—Rooms With Board UOOil anil board. IB.BO per wrtk. Comfortabr rooai, pUaiant lurroundlniri. Ptov parking. Alia Iraniltrit dlnneri. 'GO centa. '.'028 Nln* lianth itr»t. Toltclwai 037. B-ST-tl For Rent—Houses FOR RENT—FurriiKhed house, 2007 Twenty-second street. Four rooms. Oarage. J25 montli. Apply 1420 Seventeenth street. Telephone 1472. 154 n IlENT— Four-room houiti. Ktrely furnlslteil. 110.00. Oat. llxht Included ' insa ! str«n THO-room miar.llllriH, JI2 W) VIU, G sircvt. I.V. 600 ACni'^S at Granite, C.'V inllos northeast, over flno traded roads. Hctiool. l^anced. house, water ivelU. Mtn«ral rlfrhta. Hmooth, rolling Kranltn hllla with broad valleys that produce crops with 2500-foot ftJtltude- rainfall, covered \fllh heary TiatlTo grassea and oak trees valuable for wood. Grazing rental has taken care of mats to date, but absent owner says tatcn It for posts and payments made on government loan now on same, mono, 35 years, 5Mi por cent. ,1, J. Pagan, Taylor Arcade. 1920 Sport Ford roadster, $125. 1020 Chevrolet coupe, ?10G. 192S KKSOX Sport coupe, $95. ]B27 Chevrolet roadster. J05. 1P2!I Ford sednn. $195. 1929 Piickard deluxe sedan, Jfi'Jo. 1931 87 Bulck .sednn, llko new, $ 1409 Eighteenth street. Phono van 8AU:-100 tons alfalfa hay. One mils north noscdalo School. us MV'ST 8BIX. Hhmv eases, scales, cash'registers, meat slims, adding machines, freezer cases. Melt market, jtora, rostauront equipment. 300 Baker. 170 FOIl BALK— JUttory charger, electric breast drill, auto tick, tiro changer <utd other equipment. ItlOJi Twentieth street. Fruits and Vegetables SPUDSI SPUDS! Shafter No. 2, jack. 70 cents: now potatoes, lug. 80 cents; Jersey sweet potatoes, lug, 29 cents; carrots, onions, turnips, bunch, 1 cent. Twenty-ninth street and Chester avenue, fruit stand. KORAN QUESTION 831 1C3 1831 Chevrolet de luxe sedan, 6 wire wheels, $'I7fi, IflnO Bulok sport coupe, $435. 1929 Chrysler 75 sport coupe, $295. 1929 Chrysler 72 sport roadster,. $293. TOP PRICES PAID FOR .AUTOS Chester at 24th Phono 582S T5S JACK S13Z: 1929 Ford truck, new paint, $195. 1930 Bulck coupe, like new, $445. 1929 Ford pickup, $125. Lots of Others. New Low Prices. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724. 231B Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 1CS HOUOUAKS 1 LOW-PUICED CAtlS. 2105 "EVE" I ftnanro my contracts. Ixw charges. Kasy terms. 1020 Ford roupe; looks, runs good. Down ?2'.!. lint.", Knnl roadster deltrery: citra good. T)min $20. 11123 landau Oakland sedan; A-l thane, luiy. tl'.'j. I.nto 1U2S Dodge "9" oouuo: good shape. Down |60. Wlllys-Knlglil touring; good tires. Buy. $30. iMo 1920 FVjnl town swlan; 4 new tires, $225. 10.10 Pord roadster: A-l shape. Only $100. WILL TIIADK 1027 Cho»rolet and cash for light car, 1030 or newer. Must he good buy. Cull •1408.Nf. 154 Automotive Service AUTO TOPS. CUIITAINS. UPHOLSTERING At greatly reduced price*. Guaranteed work. C. X. JOILS'STON SHOPS Eighteenth mul O. Phone 650. 1S8 For Sale—Furniture SINGER sewing machine, lilto new, $18. Seven-piece mahogany dining sot, $18. Thro^-plece bedroom set, lib'. Tliree-plece living room get, full overstuffed, $33. IVAN L. HAMJVI Phono .HI. ilPO Eighteenth St. 15S 2-PI1CCH overstuffed set, (17.50: 2-plece new Jac- tiuard velour set, $25; twin bedroom set, $23.30. Davis 1'urnllure Kichangu, 2105 Chester avenue. 120 Radio, Musical Instruments SPECIAL SALE Used pianos and radios. Real guaranteed bargains ut low prices and terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegoler building. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous j YL'MA valley i germination. Phone (IRS. alfalfa seed, highest purity and £tao this seed before you buy. For Sale—Automobiles MODEL 1030 I'ofd coupe, flood condition. r»lr rubber, Reasonable. Hlfl Twenty-first street. ADMINIHTIlATOIl BALE of W. C. fitapp. to ha held February 4 at 732 Kentucky street, consisting of household goods, tools, gas engine, etc. 139 FORDSOX tractors and parts; row crop tractors; Oliver and Mollne Implements and parts. Bargains. At Herrhtold's, 330 East. Nineteenth street. inn HORIZONTAL 1 What -people use the Koran as their scriptures? 12 Member of a. college of priests. 13 Cud of a ruminant. 15 Okra soup.. 16 To wake from sleep. 17 To HU up. 19 Pittsburgh, U. S. A., is a center? 21 Unkind. 22 Tiling. 25 Feminine- pronoun. 27 Cereal grass used for black bread. 28 To undermine, 29 Inhabitants of an asylum. 31 Measure. 32 Prophet who trained Samuel. 33 Distinctive theory. 36 Dealer in staple Roods. Answer to Previous Puzzle 40 Every. 42 Beer. » 43 Ozone. 44 Definite article. 45 Sheltered place. 46 Native. 48 Fabaceoui trees. 50 To conjecture. 53 Erudite persons. 55 Starting bar. 56 To ascend. 57 A secondary body in the solar nystem, VERTICAL 1 Gelatinous preparation used by artists as a vehicle for colors, 2 Set of musical compositions. 3 Arm. bones. 4 Full-length vestment. 5 To low. ti To make a mistake. 7 Duet. S Diverts. 9 Bird's home. 10 Jeers. 11 Of what rell- gion was Jesus the founder? 14 Unpityingly. 18 Wing part of a seed. •20 Organ of sight* 23 Half an cm. 24 A s daub. 25 Pole to raise the foot abov* ground in walking-. 26 Masculine pronoun. 30 Very high mountain. 34 To bang. 35 Iron. 36 Mouth secretion. 37 Seventh notd OS Exclamation of inquiry. 39 To revise and republlsh. 40 Solitary. 41 List. 47 Epochs. 49 Vile. 51 Mesh of lact, 52 Before. 53 Chum. 54 Silkworm.' WILL PAY cash for a light cur. Roadster or delivery only. JIust bo priced right. What have you? Address P. O. Box 939. Bakersfteld. 155 Legal Notices NOTICE OF THE HEARING RE. PORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 842. Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Korn, State of California: To All Non-Consenting Owners of the Hereinafter Described Lands Take Notice: That the report of viewers hereto-' fore appointed by tho above-named Board to view and lay out proposed County Hoad No, 842, commencing at the northeast corner of Villa Lot No. 26, according to the map of "Drury'H Addition of Kern City, Sec. 21 T 29 S.. R. 28 E., M. D.. B. & M.," filed for record on March 1Sth, 1907, on page 101 of Book 1 of Maps, and running thence southerly and nlong cast boundary of said Villa Lot No. 28, to the southeast corner thereof, has been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors at their rooms In the County Courthouse In the City of Bakersfleld, said County and State, for January 30, 1933, at 11 oVloclc 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: Sarah J. Tltmue. Villa Lot No. 26, 1 Drury's Addition of Kern City. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Korn, State of California, made January 9, 1933. P. 13. Smith. County Clerk nnd cx-Offlclo Clerk ' of the Board of Supervisors. Jan. 12 to 26, Inc. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINQ Notice Is hereby given that tho Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Parafflne Oil Company will oe held at the office of the .company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakersflcld, California, on Tuesday, the 31st day of January, 1933,- at the hour of 3 o'clock P. M., for tho purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. CHAS. A. HARE, Secretary, Parafflne Oil Compuny. Doted January 12, 1933. J;in. 12 to 27, inc. Business Cards DR. W. TOM-POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Also cftdutti) of other American Institutions of ilrudess hcallni, « Let him holp you. One month's service for 113. Over Huehcs Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Wione 1118-J PIANO TUNING Factory Beglslorcd Tuner 18.00 Sattsfutton Ouaranteed CARL A, UVRD Phone 18fl9-M 980 Truitun Atenut SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS IIUUUC1NO Colonle Irrigation IN'BTITOTB OP HYDIIOTHE1MPY 1818 F StroM D a. m. to 9 p. m. rtone J0 LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry S«r>lca Uneicelled—'Hiat ti Our Slotaa Ten Different Services and Holla Odorlen Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDHV gliteenth and O Streets Phons Ml Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT LNCOME TAX BKRVlCn. AUDITS. SYSTEMS Bull* 103, frofeislnnal Building Phone 4301 DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Qraduate CHinOPBACTOn 1'alnless System Complete Bleclrotherspy Sentco. Foot Corrections Hours. 10 to 12 «. m.. 2 to 8. r to 8 p. m. Ituotm 111.112-113 Morgan Uulldlni 1711 Uliesltr ATCMUH Telephone 5510 Udj' Attendant U.C. LA. WILL TEACH FETE EASTERN STAR EXECUTIVE AT TAR (Continued From Page Elvven) NOTICE OF ANNUAL. MEETINQ OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice la hereby given that the annual meeting of tho stockholders of the Iveni County Finance Coinuanv will be held at the office <>t sMd corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue .In the City of Bakersflcld, State of California, on Thursday,. January 26, 1333. at the hour of 3 p. in., for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for tho transaction of such other business na may properly come before the meeting;. M. A. "WBATIIERWAX, Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. I.OS ANGELES, Jan. 20.—Iflrat of Its hind in the United States or cLic- where, an agricultural college mujor- Ing In subtropical horticulture will make Its bow soon on the campus of the University of California at Los Angeles. Besides "the usunl offices, olaa.srooma and laboratories filling the large now •wing of a building, the new institution will be equipped with nn S!4- acro orchard planted for (lie purpose in Ma'y, 1929, and containing, besides citrus -fruits, virtually all of the sub- tropicals which areas of the United States can expect to commercialize. These include figs, olives, avociido.s, persimmons, pomegranates, locjmUs, pistachios, Jujubes, feljoas, guavas, cherinoyas, macadamias, white sa- potes and a small collection of the temperate zone fruits. Also grapes, walnuts, pecans, chestnuts and filberts. Dr. L. D. Batcheloi- is director of i the new branch with Professor Robert lAV. Hodgson as the active head. The teaching faculty in subtropical horticulture will Include Professor Hodgson and three associates; two full-time professors In entomology, three in plant pathology and one in irrigation, WOMAN KILLED; TWO HELD FRESNO, Jan. 26. (U. P.)—Drivers of both, automobiles which figured in an accident which fatally Injured Mrs. James Scripture of San Francisco, today were accused of contributory negligence. They were Allen Bacon, 21, of S.-inger. with whom Mrs. Scripture was riding, and Herbert Reichert, l^resno. FORD PLANT TO REOPEN WINDSOR, Ont., Jan. 26. (A. P.)—. Wallace R. Campbell, president of the Ford Motor Company of Canada, announced that the Ford plant, which closed today for tho remainder of the week, would resume operations next week. Two thousand men .were affected. Two of Roosevelts Bury Ancient Feud (T tiffed Prfff Leateri Wire) WARM SPRINGS. On., . Jim. 20.— The old political feud between the Democratic Roosovelts and the Republican Roosevelts appeared today to be at least partly healed. President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, announcing the KUests who will accompany him on his vacation cruise next month, included In tho list Ker- mlt Roosevelt, son of "T. R.," and brother of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., who onro called Pranklln Roosevelt a "maverick." KerinJt Roosevelt took no part in the hist presidential campaign, but his brother, his sister, Alice Longworth, and his mother, tho former president's widow, all supported President 'Hoover for ro-olectlon.. Invited to tftko thetr seat« for: tho opening ceremonies. Mrs. Pearl Morris, worthy matron, and John Jepson. worthy patron, assisted by tholr sttift of officers, ably presented the cerB- monlen of opening the chapter. Escort work was exemplified by tho Wneco chapter with Jfrs, Eunice Campbell, worthy matron, nnd J.' 'Prltschkc, worthy pntroiv In charge. Grand Off!c«r« Prestnt Other grand officers introduced In addition to tho worthy grand matron and patron were Mrs. Jennie Galbralth Morris of Bakersflcld, associate grand matron: Jirs. Bertie * Todd, of San Luis Oblspo, associate grand conductress; Miss Gladys Heed Huskln- son, grand • treasurer: Mrs. Marie Moore, grand Ada: Mrs. Gladys Fierce, past grand matron;'Mrs. Grace Jones, of Marlcopa, deputy grand matron-of the Thirty-seventh district.; Mrs. Ade- luldo Mahun of Bakorsfleld, deputy grand matron, Thirty-eighth district; Mrs. Louise Starnea of Sangor, deputy Mrrnnd matron, Thirty-fifth district nnd Mrs. Josephine Bnrbonl of Vlsalln, deputy grand matron, Thirty-sixth district. Matrons and patrons of both local and visiting chapters wore Introduced * nnd also past officers. Btietia Vista Chapter of Fcllowa with Mrs. Irene Bennett, worthy matron and J. It. Hylton, worthy patron and their officers! In tho chairs, ox-; empllflod balloting. Faith Chapter of Taft took tho • chairs to exemplify th'u initiatory work but graciously dispensed with tills part of the ceremony In order to allow time for dancing which toolc place in this banquet room with tho Sclots' orchestra furnishing the music. Mrs. Alrna Vnrnur, worthy matron, and l^nnklln Russell, worthy patron i and their officers received the thanks uf the visitors for their grnclousnoss. I Faith Chapter also contributed u mu- Mlcal number when Mrs. Phyllis Llnsey gave a vocal solo with Mrs. Maude Pnssehl at tho piano. t ~ Taft Chapter took tho chairs for good of tho order. Gift* and Program Mrs. Legar presented the worthy grand matron with a handsome old- fashioned bouquet, In which had been concealed the gift from the five chapters. Jn expressing her gratitude, Mrs. Buttorficld spoke warmly of tha work done by tho five chapters In exemplifying, tho lodgeroom ceremonies and also of tho splendid quality of entertainment offered the visiting of- ' I fleers. I Mr. Hillary, worthy patron of TaVt j lodge, presented the worthy grand i patron with a gift and he In turn ! made a whorl speech. ! .Milton Ross and Ross McLcod with I Mrs. Ross at the piano sang t«vo | duets, the first a new song-, "California." by Vincent de Rubertis and the .second "I'll Forget You," tho words of which had been especially composed by Mrs. Martha McLeod i In honor of the grand matron. j In charge of the decorations for tha evening wero the following: I Marlcopa chapter—Mrs. Sadie Murray, chairman; Mesdumes A'lviaii Hastings, Ada Slnquefleld; Messrs. William Murray, Henry Morris, John Jepson and Charles Dower. Buenu Vistii chapter—Mesdamea |Daisy Carr, chairman; Ksthcr Hlnen. Emma Moore, Mary Anderson. Chris; tln« Peterson and Irene Bennett. i Faith chapter—Stella ' fiarner, C'aro- |llne Kelman and Lcotu Barneburg. Taft chapter—Mesdnmcw Vcclu Watson, Dean Rlntoul and Corlnno Blackburn. •, Meii.-borw of .trarfcopa chapter In charge of the dinner were Mosdames Jessie Jepson, chairman: Grac» i ninkor, Lllllnn Oluyas, Grace Sneddon, Annette Skclly, Sabina Hlxo^i. Job's Daughters acted its waitresses, all garbed as snow maidens. U. S. AUTHOR DIES ABROAD FLORENCE, Italy, Jan. «6. (A. P.) Alfred Bishop Mason, S2, corporation lawyer,' author, and son of Former Mnyor R. B. Mason of Chicago died here today of Influenza. I BUILDING PERMITS | <J> _—__<„ Paul Denison, 5100 — u27 Twenty.- eighth street, garage; day work! Francis M. Llttlejohn. ?200—2300 K sv-cet, t r !ir»KC; day wurk. C. B. Stockton. fuO — 2505 Drucenu street, repair storeroom: Doty & Em| erson. j Mrs. Patrick O'Brien. $000 — 2010 i Twentieth street, alterations; AdolpU Ha:isen. GASOLINE ALLEY Borrowed Energy FOR. A OGARETTe UOUTERf WO, A CAR. ANS GAvS IN THE HOSE, MISTER, WOULO SOU Give rr TO WELL HERE'S ABOOT A HUMORED NAF4.DS. KING We CAM'T. GET SO FAR OM THAT IT OUCsHT TO O.ET OS TO THE TOP OF A HILL SOMEWHER6. . U. S. Tat. 00.! CMyri«kUK3. kr Tht Chlcsu Tribait. ELECTRICAL PERMITS J. Obers, $S6 — 1031 Sixth street. outlets; I.. F. Uauer. Mrs. S. Van Imwcffen, $21 — 53i> Jackson, wiring; L, F. Bauer. * PLUMBING PERMITS J. C. Horn-hoy,!' $133 — 1315 Bealo avenue; Jack Bergman. Henito Yarnos, J'.'O— 81!7 Twenty- fourth street. BRIDGE CONTRACTS GIVEN. Contract fur roiiKtruutlon of three bridges at point H between four and L'iehl mili-s south of (Jorinan Station : on the Ridge Route Alternate state • j highway In Lou Angeles county hu-i '. just been completed, stales .an announcement to tho Automobile Cluli of .Southern California. — — ^ —— — ^ ^ _ ____ ___ .._ ^ ^ FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: _ HPs.U.».MT.CrT. _ THE BUNGLE FAMILY Peggy Is Calm After the Storm By HARRY J. TUTHILL OH PEGGY! WHAT A SIMPLY TERRIBLE AFFAIR. KLEO, ELOPING WITH BOB GRUBBER. OH HONEY I KNOW EXACTLY HOW YOU MUST V. FEEL ABOUT ^-9 SUCH A f TRCMENDOU6 DISAPPOINTMENT. OH MOTHER. OF COURSE I WAS SURPRISED J BUT....OH THOSE THINGS (j JUST ^ HAPPEN. ORDEAL? WELL YES, I SUPPOSE YOU COULD CALL IT THAT. PEGGY I ADMIRE THAT SPIRIT.... HOLDING YOUR HEAD UP IN THE FACE OF EVERYTHING. I'VE MADE UP MY MIND TO DO JUST THAT TOO. IT WAS A FRIGHTFUL ORDEAL M<»U|M«|MMt». IM..N. V HONEY ARC YOU SERIOUS? I MEAN....FROM THE WAY YOU TALK, ANYONE MIGHT THINK YOU REALLY DID LOOK A.T THIS MATTER IN A SORT OF UTTERLY CALM V/ELL AFTER ALL, WHAT GOOD WOULD IT DO TO GET EXCITED? I'M....OH I'LL CONFESS I WAS TERRIBLY SURPRISED 9UT YOU'LL ....TO AN AFFAIR LIKE: THIS? WHAT A^NOTIONl OH PEGGY BUNGLE NO WONDER THE IDEA! SUCH A WISHY-WASHY WAY TO LOOK AT VTHINGS. THAT, PE63Y, IS (3OING EVEN ^ FARTHER THAN C YOUR. FATHER, A USUALLY DOES IN I BEING WHAT J HE CALL3 BROADMINDED. ADMIT THERE'S TWO SIDES ONIA A musician lon't always * nerooB of note.

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