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Bakersfield, California
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TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE For Rent—Rooms FOR BBJCT—lovely front room, with heat, hot water, telephone, ind narauo. Phone 2070-W. 150 For Rent—-!Rooms With Etoard KOOM uid board, 10.BO mr week. Comfortable rooms, pleaaant surroundlnRS. ITree parkldR, Alio trinilent dlnneri, 60 cents. 2028 Nineteenth strut. Telephone 087. «-IT-lf Special Announcements CLEARANCE ON ALL THE MARVEL SHOPPE 150 SPECIAL reduced ntw. Kirn tut piano. 12 :<iu>ni. No idles or cierclie.i. Waterman Piano School. I860 Chester arenue, room 10' 108 FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies. Hose and house reduced prices. BAKERSFIELD NURSERY 631 Sixth Street. Phone 326. 150 BOAIU). room and liundry, for men students. Near junior colleges In private home. $21, nor month, 010 Oleander. ISO For Rent—Houses RENTAL—Five rooms and sleeping porch, unfurnished, J26. Six rooms, Laguna Square, nicely furnished, $45. Six rooms, unfurnished. East Baiters- field, $35. Elmer K Karpe. Phono 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. • 1-25-tf Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2220 Oregon street. $22.00. Water paid. Phone 62G. Henry Elssler. 1-19-tf MODERN 5-room cottage, $22, water paid. 2220 Oregon street. Phone 626. Henry Elsnfer. 1-lfl-tf FIVE-BOOM house, nlrely furnished. Otersluffed furniture. Garage. Water paid. 1011 l^rrest §trtet. 100 NEW. MODERN HOUHK FOR RKNT. CALITOB- NIA AVBNUB I'ABIC TItAOT. SBB II. F. SMITH. PHONB 1)8. 1723 CHKSTF.n AVENUI5. 1511 FIVE-ROOM modern, food location. 123.00. The furniture In It can he nought for bnlnucc due to furniture company, payable $10.00 month. HmV' artl Nlchels, Inc., 1500 Nineteenth street. Phono 383. 1-M-tf FOR ItMN'T—Two nicely furnished houses. Water. BUbaie and taun paid. 120 "Uye" street. 150 Wanted to Rent—Houses YOUNG married couple, 1 no children, desire modern B-room house In west part of city. Write BOX 410-K, care The Callfornlan. giving location, rental, whether furnished or unfurnished. 167 For Sale—-Improycd Propci'ty FOR SALE—Six acres and house, close in. Snap. Apply 330 East Nineteenth street. 166 A PREHENT-DAY bnnaln. A B-room modern home. Hardwood floors In all rooms. Including serflce porch. Dace for chickens. Fruit trees and beautlful'uhrubhery. Restricted district. Cut tt> $1700. Terms, 1350 down and $27.00 per month. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1600 Nineteenth. 1-20-If llicnn'8 a real opportunity. A comfortable 5-room house In good condition, \rtthln a hundred .feet or so of now highway, therefore bound to Increase In value, can' be had for the amount of the loin against It which Is less than 12000.00. .payabln In small monthly Installments. No down piyment required If you can furnish references. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1008 Nineteenth street. Phono 883. 1-20-tf For Sale—City Lots CASH TALKS. Communicate with us boforo buying city or nuburban lots. Low prices will astound you. Post Office Box 1014, Bakersflold. 167 For Exchange—Property I WANT a small lunch room or sandwich stand, llavo rlenr Ttikortfleld property for part trade. T'hmm owner. 2828-U today, For Sale—Automobiles FOn HUNT—Modern furnished bungalow, with ' narking space. Also 3-room opartment. 10&3 D I street. 157 ' NICELY furnished 4-room corner house. Sleeping porch. Near high school. Garago. Yard, treei. Water paid. (20. 1090 Sixteenth itrrct. For Sale—Automobiles WE CAN SAVE YOU' PROM $25 TO MOO IP YOU ARE CONSIDERING BUYING- A USED CAR. AND WHY NOT? OUR CARS ARE GUARANTEED! 1932 Chovy coach, like now, 6000 miles, J18G down. 1930 Chevy special sedan, perfect, $116 down. 1930 Chevy std. coupe, perfect, $9S down. 1929 Chevy coach, $80 down, 1931 De Solo sedan, wonderful buy, $100 down. 1930 Chrysler sedan, perfect, $125 down. 1930 Foi"tl sport coupe, $75 down. 1929 Pord sport coupe, $65 d<Jwn. 1927 Codec roadster, $65. 1027 Chrysler roadster, $66. 1925 Bulck coupo, $60. 1980 Chevy IH-ton truck, $285. LOW O. M. A. C. TERMS COMPANY Twentieth and M. 156 Automotive Service AUTO TOPS, CURTAINS, UPHOLSTE1UNO At greatly reduced prices. Guaranteed work. C, N. JOHNSTON SHOPS Tilghteenth and O. Phone 050. 136 Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES and grapefruit; Schertz Orove. Phono S731-J-13. 156 For Sale—Furniture SINGER sewing machine; like new, Seven-piece mahogany dining sot, |18. Threo-piooe bedroom set, 118."" Three-piece living room net, full overstuffed, 183. . IVAN L. HAMM-. Phono 341. 1100 Eighteenth St. IBS 2-l'IECB crftrituffed'let, 117.00! 2-plece new ,lac- qutrd relour set, I2S; twin bedroom set, 123.90, Darls Furniture Eichante, 2)03 Chester tfeiiue. 129 PURNtTURE—Chesterfield set, rugs, bedroom and dining room sots, almost new. Good quality, cheap. ; I1.SO Cheater avenue. 166 Radio, Musical Instruments SPECIAL SALE Used pianos and radios. Real guaranteed bargains at low ' prices and terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler building. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous TL'MA valley alfalfa seed, highest* purlt; and termination. See this seed before you buy. Phone 088. 156 ADMINIHTRATOR BALE of W. C. Stapp. to bo hold February 4 at 722 Kentucky street, consisting of household goods, tools, gas engine, etc. ' • ma PORDSON tractors and parts; row crop tractors; Oliver and Mollnc Implements and parts. Bargains, At herchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth street. . 155 PIANO for solo. Small ilKe, modern, mahogany- case. Has good tone, and Is In good condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any terms from responsible people. For unrtlrulars, write Fred Qutcher, 802 Fulton street, Prcsno. Calif. ' • ' . 153 GEORGIA CAPITAL FOK HUNT— Four-room house. Nlrely furnished. •10.00. Gas. light Inrluded. 1020 I street. Two-room apartment. $15.00. 2115 O street. COURT cotUirc. furnished. Oarage. Water pild. $21.HO. Apply 1727 Blanche street. J30 PURNISHKD lovely 5-room house, | overstuffed furniture, piano. Closo \ to high school. Reduced rent. 1919 ! Ornngo street. J MODKHN furnished bungalmv. Overstuffed furniture. Oarage. Near car line. Apply 813 M atn-et. 150 OPPER special Saturday and Sunday T-bone steak, 25 cents. Complete chicken dinner, Sunday, 35 cents. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 120S Nineteenth street. 166 PIRITUALIST nirncH Woodman building basement. Sunday evening service only, 7:30 o'clock. Reverend Mary Criswell ICralce will conduct the service and give the messages. Readings by appointment. Phono 3148. Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Blown purse on main highway between Bakersfleld and Wasco. Identification papers. Bertha II. Dlckenion. 934 E street, Tsft. Calif. LOST—Bull PUD, 6 months' old. near Twenty- third and I streets. Lots of white, screw* tall. Name. "Big Boy." 2128 M street. Regard. Financial UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT 2807 California avenue, $30.00 411 C street, $25.00 303 East Nineteenth street, $17.50 1411 Eureka. $20.00 BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1-27-tf For Rent—Apartments BINOLE and double apartment, \vlth sleeping porch. Close In. Now remind for J1S.OO and IS2.50. The Shsrland, 2230 O street. Phone 032. 18U FfRNISIIKD apartments. N'lnrteenlh and I). Ovcr- ttuffed furniture. Frletdalrc. 0-room housi, !!000 Orange. Apply 2031 Nineteenth street, grocery store. Phone ,'i524-J. 173 FOR RENT—Furnlshrd aparlmtnt. 2100 Seventeenth streot. $13. Call at 130 FOR RENT—Furnished modern npart- ment, four rooms. Electric refrigerator. Garage. SOP owner, 1008 Truxtun avenue. Phone 2330-M. In" CONVENIENT and clean two rooms, with ilrep- Ing porch. Private bath, 23:1 Truitun ave- nuo. Reasonable. 1.">0 ONK single, ono douhle. Tory moderate rent, including lights, gas and continuous hot walcr. Crcsslda Apartments. 1801 California avenue. 150 11>31 Ford town sedan, $305. 1931 Ford standard coupe, $330. 1!)3! Ford de luxe roadster, $295. 1930 Ford sport coupo, $205. 1 1929 Ford sport coupe, $175. 1931 Ford 157-ln. 2-ton truclt, $475. . SEVERAL, CHEAP CARS $25 TO $100 USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 110 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe/ $160 down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1931 Dodgo 10-whcel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 De Solo 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt G. Phone 2286 158 FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment, with bath. Silver, linen, gas and lights Included. Car spue. Very reasonable. 2007 Twentieth ttreot. $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A "Reliable Coast-Wide Institution C Haberfeldo Arcade Bide. Phone 1063 158 1523 FLOYD DUNLAP 20th Street. Phone 391. IBS MONEY TO LOAN—We have an unlimited amount • of money to loan on farm property. Long term , Aloans. 6H per cent Interest. Guy Greenleaf, soc- 'rdary. No. 228 Jefferson street. Phone 4123-W. 178 $500, $1000 or $2000. 3 years, S"per cent, to loan on cood Bakersfleld homea. First trust deed. Elmer IF. VTnrpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-BR-tf Business Opportunities GOLD MINE In Kern county. Esporlcnced mining men want one or more persons to Invest (12.500 to put gold mine and present .mill In operation and to Increase mill capacity. Properties consist of several patented claim*, a 23- ton modem complete cyauldlng plsnt, teady to operate. Several thousand tans of Jll ore blocked out. Thousands of tons more aviillublu by crofi- ruttint lower drifts. Very low mllllni: costs, due 10 large ore bodies. Plenty of water for mill. A real mining project. Tour money bsck first and a 40 per cont Interest In project. This project will stand the most rigid eiamlnatlon. Will psy espenscs of your engineer If what we say Is not true. Principals only. Boi K-ll. The . Uallfornlan. 155 . EXPERIENCED service station op erator wanted for station in downtown area, good location. Will re-1 quire $600.00. For information cnll SOU before 8 a. m. and after 6 p. m. 159 FURNISHED nicely, duplex flat. Fine location. 925 H street. 157 FOR RENT—Nicely .furnished apartment nt Tho Kelly, three rooms and bath, overstuffed, garage, close in. Adults only. Very reasonable rent. Call 1303 I street. Phone 4003 or 363. _1JJ7 room aiiArtment, $12 per nic.nth. Call at 211!8 Q street. Phcnr ISO Water paid. r,07fl-w. For Rent—Farm Land FOR RENT, IMPROVED F*ARM LAND 40 acres, near Arvln. Good pumping plant. Tenant must be able tn finance himself. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. I'hone 1298 1-27-tf 60 ACHES good cotton land to lease. Kern Island water right. 10 acres plowed, lloulo 2, Box 643. Wanted to Rent-Miscellaneous WANT to lease or rent, small cafe In good locution. Must be equipped and easy terms. Post Office Br.x Oft, Delano. 135 WANTED to rent, largo International Webster dictionary, latest edition. Will glte best of care. Phone 1856. WANTED to rent, small rlii'sp and shmv profit. lunch counter. Phono 2.1IH. Must bo 1929 Sport Ford roadster, $125. 1929 Chevrolet ootipe, $195. 192S'Essex Sport coupe, $95. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, $05. 1920 Ford sedan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe Hedan, $695. 1931 87 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. 1409 Eighteenth street. Phone 831 168 1930 Plymouth coupe, 10,000 actual miles, $245. 1927 Dodge sedan, overhauled, $125. 1927 Buick sport coupe, $125. 1927 Star 0 coach, $55. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th Phone 5828 158 HORIZIONTAIj 1 Onager. A Matter-oi-fact. 11 Feminine pronoun'. 14 To decay. 15 To instruct. 16 Marble used as a shooter. 17 To low as a cow. 18 Payments bnclc. 19 Night before. 20 Government tax seal. 22 Small candle. 24 Eye tumors. 28 Last word of a prayer; 31 Pertaining to sound. 32 Fluid rock. 36 Flesh of animals used as food. 37 To rub out. .18 Dry. 39 Species of pier. 40 Allotted. 41 To require.' 42 Negative. Anmftv fo .Previous PH*7.1e a ana ana ana noa Ha@ 44 Street. 45 Any groups ot eight. 50 Part ot the shaft of a column. • 55 Any tribunal. • 56 Monkey. 57 To perish. 58 One In cards. 59 Wrath.' 60 Kindled.- 61 Frozen, water. 62 2000 pounds. 63 GoUi device?: 64 To strewT 65 Finish. VERTICAL 1 U. S. has been trying to secure limi tation? 2 By-product of smoke. 3 Portico. 4 Secretion of plant louse.. 5 ; Fish. 6 Bucket. 7 Without keel. 5 Rodent. 9 Devoured. ' 10 For fear that. 11 Pace. 12 To possess. 13 Pitcher. 21 State in U.' S. producing much copper. 23 Capital of Georgia, U.S.A. 24 Stalk. 25 Lacerated. 26 To relieve. 27 Coaster. 28 Wine vessel. •29 Males. 30 To dine. 33 Form of to. be. 34 To emulate. 35 To total. 43 Egg-shaped figures. 44 To guide. 45 Death notice. 46 Anxiety. 47,Oak. 48 Poem. 49 Caterpillar hair. '50 To redact. 51 Fastidious. 52 To surfeit. 53 Portrait statue. 54 To deliver. For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Reclearied, Highest tirade 100 1.BS. HEN SCRATCH, Jt.10. 100 Ibs, recleaned wheat. $1.00. • 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.33. ,76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, SOc. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Over a period of 32 years our reputa- . tlon remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for loss than any advertised price. • " • No; limit to' regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no.phones. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. Now open for business, with a full line of shrubs, rosos, vines, garden plants, fruit, shadb and ornamental trees, at reasonable prlcos. CANADAV NURSKRY CO. ; 814 Bast Twenty-first Street I'Vrmerly Rainbow Water Hardens) WOOD, llcmemlier Peoples' Wood Yard, for dry. . sound tvond. Honest measure. ' Prompt delivery. Prices right. Phono 2300. 170 AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any.size. Door glass Installed, $2.00. Franklln'Class Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 156 Foil HALE—100 tons alfalfa hay. One mile north Roscdalo School 155 Poultry' arid Livestock PAT rnbblt fryers, 40 cents etch, tm> fof 73 cents, at ill times. 0503 K street. FOR SALE) OR TRADE—Milch gout. Phono 8713-R-ll. *S« 1UUBIT fryers, bucks and does for sale. 52li Seventh «treet. T'hono 2053-J. 165 WILL PAY cash for ft, light car. Roadster or delivery only. Must bo priced right. What have yo,u? Address P. O. Box 932, Baltersfield. 156 For Exchange—Miscellaneous ron SALE or trade. Austin radio, cleclrlo drill, bench vise, eleclrle grinder, auto lack and grease guns. Will take chickens. 801 Thlrty-flnt stieet. Th'ono B74S-W. Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Also graduate of other .American Institutions • of drugless healing. Lot him help you. One month's service for 113. Over Hughes Drug Storo Nineteenth and Chester Phone H19-J PIANO TUNING Factory ItcglstcreO Tuner .13.80 Satisfaction •Guaranteed CAUL. A. BTRD Phono 1309-M • 030 Ttustun Atenui 12 SPECIAL, Friday and Saturday. mtUlrossos renovated and rebuilt. 1'hono -1173. 1<X>11 BALIS—25 tons oat hay, one young work horse, farm Implements wid chlclicns, 2100 Twentieth street. Phone 1323-R. GOOD used washers for sale, real bargains. Call at JIaytag shop, 1731 Nineteenth street. Ask for Bill Pfleffcr. 156 _ FOU 8AL11 — One Morso- Fairbanks pressure pump system, also one centrifugal pump with Century motor. Call 001 East California avenue. 138 FOU SALE—Pulverised utieep manure, • lack, delivered. Phone 4171-W. cent! 169 20-INCH oak, IS.00 tier; Eucalyptus, 85..10 tier: cotton wood, 13.23 tier; block wood, $3.00 tier; 12-Inch oak wood. $4.00 tier; cotton wood. I2.7A tier; block wood, 12.73 tier. 470 Washington aronue, Olldale. Phone 3292. 153 ALL KINDS of well routed linij JBl I. ill III linlii I and uparaius roots. Shrubs at special prices. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Dcnlo. Fruitrale. 170 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, »1.S5. 100 pounds scratch, |1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN.& ROSS. Olldale, Calif. . i2-s-t; AUTO palntlnt. 112.00 to $23; body and fender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Troni Paint and Repair Shop. California and Baker. Phone 3671-W. 1.18 FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call E. Souxa, 2526 L street. Phone 2353-W. 167 OAK WOOD, all sites and lengths, tar fireplaces 'and stoves. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Mean' Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. Ml MUST SELL. Show rasps, scales, cash registers, meat sllcers, adding machines, freeter cases. Meat market, store, restaurant equipment. 809 Baker. 170 CAMP CAtl for sale, by P, M. Clark. Edison highway, near Sunset Service Station. JACK SEZ— 1H3I Ford pickup, like now, J90.00 down. 19110 Ford late do luxe roadster, $80.00 clown. 1930 DC goto sedan, extra clean, $100.00 down. Lots of others. Sacrifice prices. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724. ^316 Chester Avonue Jack Bunrty, Algr. 158 14- 1*7 ZO DOUOLASS' LOW-PHICKD CARS. 2105 "ETE" I finance my contracts. Low charccs. Kosy terms. 102(1 Ford roupo: looks, runs good. Down {22. 1623 Kord roadster delivery; eilra good. Down $20. 1028 landau Oakland sedan: A-l shape. Buy. $17.". I,fllo 1928 Dodge "0" cmipe; good shape. Pown $60. Willys-Knight touring; good tires, lluy, $30. Late 1020 Furil town sedan: 4 new tires, $223. 1030 Ford roailster: A-l shape. Only $100. WANTED at onco, high-grade, late model sedan. Cadillac or Packard preferred. Have very attractive trade offer. Post Office Box 1014. Bakersfleld. 157 DOUGLASS: BUY. SKLL. TRAPB CARS. 2103 I 1020 Oakland roadster: runs, looks good. $05. Late 1020 FVird town scdun; four new tlreg, new rings, tlmmlng, gear, and valves ground. Buy, 3O e 57 SfeT N28 51 to 23 Tl IS 13 167 5ST 53 54- FOR SALE, it a bargain. Truck, hard rubber. $35: T^ird truck chassis. $12: one Star motor, $0: one Dodge If CO motor. flO: IVi-lnch rotary pump. J.": sli breeding does and two bucks, ft); ono rlectrlc emery grinder, $7; one saw mantle, K. 35S1 I, street. 1.10 SWEDISH MASSAGE CABlWiT SWEATS • UliUUUlNO Colonlc Irrigation IMST1TUTB Olf avmiOTREOArt 1(12 F Street U a. m. to B p. m. Phone 'jO .LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Unescollid—That. Ii Our dlogai Ten Different Services and Zorlc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUND11Y, Bliletnth and O Streets Phont 25» Professional Cards JOHN \y. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SEIIVICE. AUDITS. SYSTEMS Bulls 103. Professional llulldtnt Phono 4661 DR. B, BUZAN Lloyd Price, 22, Confesses to Murder of 6-Ycar-Old' , Brooklyn Girl ______ n\ (jttsoolatcd^rrctt T.easctl Wlrt) • NEW YORK, Jan. ,27.—A gaudy pen- ell, whose red, blue and gold strlpca coaxed 0-yca'r-old Helen Sterler to horror and death in a Brooklyn cellar, forced a confession today fro'm ft young negro .that ho .attacked, and strangled her. Lloyd Price, 22 years old and hand- , some, sat grinning and smoking cigarettes In a police station before dawn today. Detectives had been question- Ing him for seven hours. • .. .; . "Nawy boss," he said for the hundredth time. "I wouldn't do a thing 1 like that." ' - : : : * "But look at this pencil,", ft'dotoc- ttve said softly. "It was:fo'und:lriithe cellar, Your mother's out sides a.nd- uho says It belonged to yo.ur dead i father. • Sho says It dlsappearedjfrom*' h"er bureau drawer two days ago. "Is my mother out there?" the ne- gro said,* with a laugh. "Well, Cap'n, I want to clear my conscience. Get some ono in here who can write and I'll toll you about It.i' *' The confession said that Wednesday afternoon he left his homo and went out rfn the streets louklng "for a child," It told how ho approached Helen as she played on a side walk, showed her 2D cents and the pencil* and "mado her eyes brlghton." •_ "I took her by the hand," ha was quoted as saying, "and led her Into a" hallway. As I was carrying hop down the cellar stairs, she started to struggle and I struck her in the face." He carried the little form to a dark end of the cellar, the confession said, and assaulted her. Price said he lit a match, found a pleco of clothesline, tied It about the girl's neck and crept away. NEW TREATMENT FOR ASTHMHEVELOPED Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Palnlwi System Complete Electrotherapy Service. Toot CorreeUoni Hours. 10 lo 12 a. in.. 2 to C, 7 to 8 p. m. Kooms 111-112-113 Morgan Building 1711 Cheater Avenue Telephone 5516 Lady Attendant Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF GOODS FOR CHARGES FOR HALE—Itaillo treaiure finder, like new. ' Cost $225.00. If told at once, price $45.00. 1000 Nineteenth street. 157 Poultry and Livestock KOIl SALE—Jersey and Guernsey cows, also heifers, some fresh now. Staffon ranch. Route 0. HOT 45J. ' 130 FOP. SALE—1000-pound saddle horse. Price $20 • Telephone 2H87-W. • J.-.O K STREET IVxiltry Market. 300.T K streot. Phone 4036. Mallard ducks. 65 cents each; Muscova ducks, 18 cents pound; colored hens and fryers, S2 cents a pound; eoft-bonod routers, SO cents, pound. Wanted, old roosters. 1G5 RIVBRVIEW HATCHERY—Baby chicks. None . better, few as good. Blood-tested. Day-old and started. Buy now. Uuaranteed hatching cess. Belle avenue. North Chester. . 156 FOR BALE—All kinds of work horses and mules. Prices rtcht. O. It. Dooley, sli miles south of Old River, at Connor's Station. 157 To: K. C. Adams, Sophia Apsley, F. E. Bannon, Mrs. Walter Bennett, C. L. Brown, A. H. Bunas, A. R. Holsington, (J. A. Hausbrotigh. Coroner Houze, Mrs. Sidney Jupe, Mary Lucy, H. T. McGrath, Charles or Olive A. Mathena, Hazel Pulford, F. R. Russell, J. F. Schroeder, Smith Willis: You, and each of you, are hereby notified that the time for the payment of our lien upon your property hereinafter described having expired, nl'ter due notice thereof had been given you, wo will cause such property, to wit: Bureaus, chiffoniers, beds, chairs, rockers, dressing: tables, divans, dining I room furniture, parlor and library fur- I nlture, kitchen utensils, refrigerators, • trunks and contents, rugs, carpeta, bedding, linen, hangings, silverware, wearing apparel, pictures, paintings, contents of barrels and boxes supposed to be books, china, glassware, bric-a-brac, contents of bureau drawers, personal effects, telescopes. Vlc- trolas. filing cabinets, pushmoblles, tricycles, radios, pianos, stoves, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, sowing machines, suitcases atid contents, fruit jars, safes, office de~sks and all other goods known as household effects, stored by you or in your name or on your account In the Baker's Transfer & Storage warehouse, to be sold at Public Auction, at 2121 Sixteenth street, Bakerpfleld, California, on Thursday, February 2, at 10 a. m., and continuing until all tho goods are sold or until the liens'are satisfied. BAKER'S TRANSFER & STORAGE. January 13, 20, 27. • (United Press Leaned Wire) CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 27.—A new method of treatment for certain forms of asthma Is being developed by physicians at General Hospital here, according to Dr. Stanley Dorst, assistant professor of medicine at the college. • Doctor Dorst explained that asthmji generally has one of three causes— sensitivity of the patient to-. a~ certain flower pollen, a certain food, or- u certain bacillus germ. This la.tter group have been neglected by medical science, Doctor Dorst said, doctors declaring artificial Immunity ' being probably Impossible to achieve. Attacking the problem from a now angle, physicians at the General Hospital believe they have succeeded in desensitizing this type o^ patient to. the germ. The new method, although only in an experimental age, has cured 22 'persons of 38 treated. Twelve 1m-- proved while the remainder showed • no change. ' ., RANGE-RAISED, dtsraso-frce, parent stock, bin bone, mammoth bronr.o producing stock. Order poults nmr. don't delay, for curly baby turks. Also oil and electric Incubators, electric brooders, breeding Toms, customs hatching Vales Turkey Ranch and Hatcher. Shaffer, Calif. i:,T UNION Poultry .Market. 200 North Chester avenue. Phono 4039. Prying rabbits, I2W cents nound; ducks. 15 cenU pound; hens, 17 cents pound; roasting chickens. 21 cents pound; colored fryers, Red pulletb. We also buy poultry. Free delivery. FOR HALU or ti^de. Ono malo Toxgenherc goat, from registered stock. Phono 3809, or Tlox S*>, Olldnle. 15 < »» WINE AUTOMATS TO NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Paraffine Oil Company will-DC the office of the company, 1420 Seventeenth street, Bakersfleld, California, on Tuesday, the 31st clay of January, 1933, at the hour of 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose >f electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before tho meeting. CHAS. A. HARK, Secretary, Parafflne Oil Company. Dated January 12, 1933. J;in. 12 to 27, Inc. GASOLINE ALLEY Community Service Bv KING Contractors and Builders GOOD OAnPENTER. painter and paperhansfr. Vary reasonable. Dm or contract. Any n heir. I'hona 560-W. 10» Help Wanted—Male MEN— AN OPPOnTTMTT TO HTAI1T IN mjSINERS. A NBW. OUA11ANTUET) PHOP- - UCT. ITIOTECTED TEIUHTOllY. BUILD A • I'EnMANEKT BUSINESS AND A OOOD INCOME. FACTORY nBPHKSKNTATIVE. Mil- BIIANSON. WILL, SHOW YOU HOW. CALL ;. AT HOTEL MORONET, BAKHSFIELD. Fill- DAY, 7 TO 9 P. if., SATURDAY AND BUNDAY. MORNINOS, »-!!. 7-6 P. M. 150 Help Wanted—Female STENOaRAPUKU for tincral office work. Work half ilaye, will probably develop Into full time ' nuiitlon. Write Dos 819. Tiie Callfornlan, |I'- !ng qualifications and salary expected. 157 UIHLS. Women to train for dental nurael. Box 87. The Uikwitteld California!!. 150 Help Wanted—Salesmen WANTED—Experienced wanner, vacuum cleaner and radio salesman. See Mr. Clary at 0 a. m., Baltersfield Hardware Company, 2015 Cheater avenue. jIX competent valeipeople, experienced In rent oslato or financial Belllns. Must have curs. Com- uitealon basis out}'. Workera who follow In- •truetluis can make cood Income. Address 1'ost Office Box 1014. Bakersfleld. 1J7 WANTKD—Experienced telephone salesman. No others need apply. Must travel. Good proposition. Transportation furnished. Apply room . 320, Southern hotel. Nararre. ; Situations Wanted—Female XAWNB raked tif power machine. Cheaper and :- betUr than handwork. Pruning-. New Isvni " mtde. Kree wlloatc. Experienced gardener. Phone 8185-J. 1S,I LADY—While, houtekeeper. Tuo adults. Uoard, room and small wage. Give age, where you can ;• be Interviewed. Address V. O. Boi 214, Delano. -•..- Calif. 155 : V-OUN'G wuuami with ti-ycar-old chlM. experienced In -office and houtouqilt Small taUi-y. JNiotie i . SHE'S FIXED we CAM Sff INJ IT AMSWAV, COULD/M'T WE RUM IT IN THE ALLS"/? MANBE WE COULD. OMCLE ;. WALT TOLD US WE WOULDM'T BE ALLOWED IM tvie STREET, j toe. U. S. Tat 0«.; Cewnght. b; The CHcmgo Tribune. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Luck for Kleo's Parents By HARRY J. TUTHILL MY SISTC* AND DErXMCK LEFT HER.E THIS MORNING WITH THEIR. BRAND NEW SON-IN-LAW AND CLARA CAME BACK WITH A NEW COAT THAT MUST HAVE COST WHAT! DON'T TELL ME DERRICK HAS ALREADY GOT A TOE-HOLD ON THAT QR.UBBER MONEY? YES SIR! HE WAS SHAKING MONEY IN HIS POCKET AND STRUTTED AROUND WHILE CLARA GOT READY TO HAVE DINNER. WITH THE ( GRUBBERS. V IMAGINE. WHAT A RELIEF. FOR ONE EVENING I'LL GET TO THE TABLE BEFORE DERRICK IS WORKING ON HIS THIRD PLATEFUL. CLARA WAS VERY SNIPPY TO ME WHILE DERRICK SWAGGERED AROUND THROWING ASHES ON THE RUGS. .AND LOOKING LIKE HE DOES EVERY TIME HE GETS A LITTLE MONEY. AND WHAT A RELIEF IT IS TO TALK AS WE ARE NOW, WITHOUT HAVING TO APOLOGIZE TO DERRICK FOP. INTERRUPTIN5 HIM. WHAT THOSE PEOPLE GET FROM THE GRUBBERS MEANS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO ME, BECAUSE I REALIZED THIS WOULD HAPPEN WHEN KLEO SAUNTERED INTO THIS HOUSE AND LET US KNOW SHE HAD/ ELOPED WITH THAT) WISHY- WASHY , BOB GH.UBBCR.J DEP.MCK AND CLARA /WILL PrVOBABLY- LEAVE HERE NOW. WHAT A BREAK! YES SUH' EVERY LANE /I HAS A / TURNING./ (United Press Leaned Wire) .. "•' PARIS, Jan. 27.—How to put wine n automats is -something • certain 'arls Interests are impatiently waiting to show America. « ; Already they see champagne, Bordeaux and gin fizzes spurting out of gadgets in mechanical lunchrooms, cafeterias and drug stores. There are no 'cafeterias, properlv speaking, here, although there are one or two more or less convincing, imitations, but there are several full- fledged automats. One of these features dancing at no'on and dinner time. All have wino and beer. The automat arrived hero from Czechoslovakia throe years ago ftnrl has proved highly popular'with a class of clients composed chiefly of foreigners, but comprising u tolerable number of Parisians who either have to eat in a.hurry or go for the novelty. One iiutomat boasts an automatic mixer of wine cocktails. You put twn francs In the slot, hold the goblet under the spigot and In a few seconds the drink Is ready. DAVISES AT LONE PINE McFAULAND, Jan. 27.— McPnrliin.l friends have received word from M v . and lira. \V. L. Davis, who formerly published the "McFurland News, S*at- Ins that they nre now loc-ut.ed :it Lone Pine, In Inyo 00111113', i^nd tiro now owners and publishers -jf tlus Inyo Independent. Their son, Wesley L. Davis, lives nt tilshop, find In mtinugev n»d associate editor of tho Independent. . PLYER RESCUED S1SL1GMAN, Ariz., Jim. 27. (U. P.T-- Stranded In deep FIIUWH midway between Kingman and Wlnulow, Ariz., since Wednesday. Marry Downos, 31, Air F/xpretts Corporation pilot, was rescued uninjured today by dog teams sent into tho district from here. ' j FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: Some second story men get by with murder and nothing is done about it. '

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