The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 28, 1933 · Page 10
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Bakersfield, California
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10 THE BAKEHSFIELIJ CAUFORNJAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1933 F OR convenience of patrons The 13akersfl<?l<l Cnllfornlnn nprents listed below will receive) clnsslfled advertising? nnd subscriptions at the regular rates: 01LDALE Oildale Pharni.T.y AUVIN U. Dawson Stoic TAFT Maripusa Clgnr and N'evvs Co. MARICOPA '"!nte City Pharmacy McKlTTRICK Tcmpleton Drug Co. FELLOWS Waggoner News Dealer SHAFTEU Shaffer Drug Co. r. Situations Wanted—Female LAWNS raked by imwer michlne. Cheaper and belter thin hsnclwork. Pruning. New lnvni midr. Free cstltnste. IJipcrlencod gardener. 1'honr Sltlii-J. !•"»' W WASCO C. Thomas .Ts'cws Stand McFART^AND Aiiffust Chandler The Cnllfornlnn Carrier DELANO Mitchell Bakery TEt-TACHAPI News Stand GRAPEVINE McLarty's Store I.E13EC Lcbcc Coffee Shop .REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN Kilt Hills Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The California!! will not be responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over telc- phoiio unless correction Is tvuido Immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE WUY WOHHV culling, fltllnit, making alterations on dresses, roils and suites? When one with trade and experience of 20 years, cnn help youf Mrs. .Tack Clemens. ITione 8004 or 1735-M. 158 For Rent—Rooms For Rent—Apartments FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apartment at The Kelly, three rooms and bath, overstuffed, garage, close In. Adults only. Very reasonable vent. Call 1305 I street. Phone 4003 or 363. 157 FUnNlRHBT) 3-room ipirtment, $15 per month. Water paid. Call it 21S8 Q slrcel. Phone 5070-W. 196 ron UKNT—Lovely front room, with heat, hoi water, telephone, and garage. Phone 207C-W. 15(1 TO GENTLEMAN—-Very desirable room, reasonable, with bath, private ontranru. use of phono. Alto garage. Mull bo turn to be appreciated. Phone 3IU.1-M. 1M noOM—Adjoining bath, hot and cold water, uw of tilione, J10 month. SMS K street. 1.17 NICELY fumliheil room, gentlemen or ladles. Single or double. Quiet placo. pleasant, surroundings. Hirer t. Reasonable winter rates. 2031 F TO LADY employed, attractive, heated room, adjoining bath, continuous hot water. Separate outside entrance 2005 Twenty-second street. Phone 3IH1-W. For Rent—Rooms With Board ROOM 'and board, JO.CO ner week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundlnay. Freu pirkliig. Also trinslcnl dinners. 50 cents. '.'028 Nineteenth street. Telephone 937. l-IT-lf ntlAIU). room and laundry, for men Kludents. N>ar junior college, In private homo. $25 nor month. BIO Oleander. 138 WANTK1J—lloomors nnd boarders. Oentlemen, $:t<>: ladles. ?2Ti: working glrli. $20. All conveniences. Call 1102 Monterey street. Itmne 112-M. N1CKM" furnlthed 2-room apartment! with private baths, »SO and JJ2.BO month; ?5.B» and 10.00 week. Light, gat, water, linens, electric washing machlno furnished. Garage If required. The Woodrmv, Halter and Jackson streets. For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Miscellaneous FOH H.UNT— Cozy furnished 3-rooni aparlment, lower floor. Private bath. $20. Adulla only. 1619 Thirteenth street. Inquire 1(123. •IJIWISIIKD apartment!. ?l and 15 week. Qai. llghti, wator mid garbage Included. 25M Nineteenth street. * FOR U13NT—Two-room npartmont. Tights, water, gas. $20.00. Call 22'J5 I street. FURNISHED nicely, duplex flat. Fine locution. !)2B H street. 157 For Rent—Farm Land WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM ?25 TO $100 IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING BUVtNO A USED CAR. AND WHY NOT? OUR CARS ARE GUARANTEED: 1932 Chevy conch, llko new, 0000 miles, $165 down. 1030 Chovy special sedan, perfect, $115 down. 1030 Chevy std. coupe, perfect, $96 down. 192!) Chevy coach, $80 down. 1031 Do Soto sedan, wonderful buy, $160 down. 1030 Chrysler sedan, perfect, $125 . down. 103P Ford sport coupe, $75 down. 1920 Ford sport coupe, $55 down. 1927 Dodge roadster, $66. 1027 Chrysler roadster, $05. 1925 Bulclc coupe, $00. 11)80 Chevy Hi-ton truck. $285. I.OW.G. M. A. C. TERMS (CASH AND CAnR-S ONLY) 100 Lba., Recleaned, Highest Grade 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, |1.10. 100 Ibs. reclea'ned wheat. $1.00, 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKER8PIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf FOR RENT, IMPROVED FARM LAND •10 acres, near Arvln. Good pumping plant. Tenant must be able to finance himself. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1-27-tf COMPANY Twentieth nnd M 156 Automotive Service Over u period of 8! years our reputation 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. 4-4-tf Poultry and Livestock Business Cards FOB SALE—Jen«y and Guorniey cowl, ilia hilf- on, lome fresh now. Stiffen rincli. Route 0, not 462. 1M FOR SALE—1000-nound liddlo horu. Price 120. Telephone 8887-W. • l -> a niVBUVIHW HATOHBHT—Baby«hlek».None better,' few at good, Ulowl-tcsled. Day-old and Blurted. Buy now. Ounranteed hitching cggi. .Delle ivenue, North Chester. 1M KOII 8AU3—All klnda of work hones ind mulei. Price" right. 0. Hi Dooley, ill miles «outh of Old Hirer, at Connor's Station. 157 lUNOB-RAISHT), dUmse-free. parent stock, blK bant, miunmoth bmn« producing stock. Order poults now, don't deli]', for early bill) turds. Alto oil and electric Incubators, electric brooders, breeding Toms, customs hatching. Yitcs Turkey Binch ind Hatcher, Shifter, Cillf. 1.17 1'On H.M.I 1 : or trido. One mile Toggenberz goat, from mistered stock. Phone 380!), or Boi K, Olldilt. 167 DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Pilmer Chiropractor Also graduate of other American Initltutloqi' of drugleti healing. Lot him help you. One month's serrlm for 118. Over Ituihei Drug Store ' Nineteenth ind Chester Phone 1119-J PIANO TUNING Fietory lu-glstered Tunor 13.00 Hillifactton Ouiranleed CARL A. BYnD Phone 1BOO-M 000 TniJtun Aunut Legal Notices 60 FOU SALE OR TRADE—Milch goat. Phone S718-R-11. 159 WOOD. Itemtraber Peoples' Wood Tard. for dry, sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt dellt- , ery. Prices right. Phone 8368. HO | AUTO GLASS SPECIAL i Any size. Door Blnss installed, $2.00. | V'ranklln Glass Company, 1404 Elght- ecritli street. Phone 844. 1BG 40 ACHES for rent. Good prospect for cotton. Will take crop rent. rntjulro 1123 Monterey strott. • US Wanted to Rent—Housea For Rent—Houses Unfurnished five rooms, modern, "220 Oregon street. ?22.00. Water pnld. Phone 026. Henry lSi«nlor. 1-19-tf YOUNG married couple, no children, desire modern B-rooni house In west part of city. Write Box 410-K, care The Callfornlan, giving location, rentiil. whether furnished or unfurnished. 157 MODERN 5-rooin cottsigc, $22, water paid. 2220 Oregon street. Phone i , ti2ti. Henry ElasVor. 1-10-tf FIVK-HOOM house, nicely furnished. Overstuffed furnlluro. Gsram. Water paid. 1011 I'orrest street. IBS For Sale—Improved Property Special Announcements CLEARANCE ON At.I, ter Felts, $1 THE MARVEL SHOPPE 15B CAFK No. £ near SouthernPacific depot. Special Sunday dinner, roast lurkcy • or '•hlcken with trimmings; In dining rcora, 75 • ents; on counter. C* cunta. Slnnle order*. 50 ••ents. Combination breakfast. :, to 11, 55 cent! mi. Special luncheon and dlnnur from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., IS rents. All ;ir.-i-cnt entrees Include • Irlnk. nn counter. Telephone 1773. I M.W. MODERN HOURK KOn IlENT. CAI.irOH- NIA AVENtlK PA11K TO ACT. 8KB II. T. PUONF, 118. 17 SMITH. AVKNfB. CHESTER 1511 PUESENT-DAA- bargain. A B-room rnwlcrn liousc. Hardwood floors In all rooms. Including service uorch. Placo for chickens. Fruit trees and beautiful shrubbery. Ttcstrlctcd dlslrlct. Cut to »2700. Terms. I3!>0 down and *27.00 per month. Howard Nichols, Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth. l-'Jfl-tf AUTO TOPS, CUnTAJNS. At grenlly reduced prices. Ouaranleed work. • C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS lilghleenth and 0. Phone 858. 188 I GOOD used washers for sale, real | bargains. Call at Miiytag shop, 1731 ! Nineteenth street. Ask for Bill i -Pfleffer. 156 For Sale—Furniture SINGER sowing machine, llko new, $18. Seven-piece mahogany dihinn sot, ,*18. Thrr.'-plecc bedroom set. .(IS. Three-piece living room rjot. full overstuffed, $33. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341. 1100 Eighteenth St. 158 FOU SALE—One Morsc-Fnlrbanks pressure pump system, olso one centrifugal pump with Century motor. Call U01 East California avenue. 158 FOR BALK—Pulvcrlred sheep manure, 25 a sack, delivered. Phone 4-171-W. cents ir/9 ALL KINDS of well rooted berr.v plants: artichokes and asparagus roots. Hhrubs at special prices. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Dcnlo, Frultvale. 170 2-PIECF. overstuffed set. .'17.BO: 2-plcce newjnc- quard velour set. f25; Iwln Ijcdroom set. J23.50. Davis JCurnlture Eichango, 2100 Chester avenue. 120 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, fl.35. 100 pounds scratch, ?1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn. $1.30. GANN At ROSS, Oildalo, Calif. 12-8-tf K1U8T cilf, Jersey, T. B, tested. 3 mllOns per day, heivy cream, $!i?.60; also BOO-chlck gai brooder, J5.00; 3-burner oil stove. $3.50: 0-lnch centrifugal pump discharge pipe ind rilve, S45.00| two garden cultivators, $5.00 each; 1-row cotton planter, J7.SO: harrow, two section, '$10.00; four 12-Inch walking plows, choice, $0.00: 3-ging 12-Inch plow, new, $75.00; two pain disc hlllers, $3.00; pair, three sets harness, $1.50 to $5.00; 2-wheel trailer, $10.00. Will trade for cows or heifers. C. A. Reavers, half-mile north, quarter- mile west Tlosodalo School. SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS IIEUUC1NO Colonic Irrigation IXSTTTL'TB OF HYDnOTHERAPT 1118 F Strait 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone DOM LAUNDRY SERVICE* Laundry Service t'neicelled—That Is Oui aloill Ten Different Services ind Zorlc Odorlen Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Aliteemh and O Street! Pliona 2SI Professional Cards PBIKHT Poultry Ilanch an<l Hatchery, llahy clilcks Tuesday. Booking orders for chicks and n weeks' old pullets. Hatching eggs. Hcd roosters. Custom hatching. FOR SALE—Weaned pigs and fat hoitf. U5 pounds. B. F. Williams, half-mllo west, half- mile north of llosedale. Foil HALF.—Good, young Guernsey cow. fresh, with seroml calf. V. I* Rtmmplln. Frultvale. 188 JOHN W. CULL1TON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SERTICE. AUDITS. SYSTEMS Bull* 103, Professional Building Phone 4001 Wanted—Miscellaneous WANT 12-ounce green ginger ale bottles, 15 cents dnicn. Star Soda ^A'orks," 406 East Nineteenth street. Phone 126. 157 FIVE-ROOM modem, good lo<-atlnn. S2:,.no. The furniture In It can be bought for halanrr dui> to furniture company, paynhlx $10.00 month. Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1509 Nlncteenlh street. Phone 3«3. 1-20-lf FOR IIBNT—THto nicely furnished houses. Water, garbage and lawn paid. 120 "Bye" street. 156 FOU RUNT—Modern furnished bungalow, with parking space. Also 3-rootn apartment. 1033 D street. 157 COURT cottage, furnished. Oarage. Water $21.50. Apply 1727 Blanche street. paid. 156 PKCIAL reduced rales. IX'arn jair. ieisonF. No ccalc* or exercises. 1'lano School, 1680 Chester avenue. piano. 12 | Waterm»n i room 10". Ifl8 : HBHB'S a real opportunity. A comfortablo 5-rocm house In good condition, within a hundred feet or so of new highway, therefore bound to Increase In value, can bo had for tlm amount of tho loan against It which Is less than $2000.00. payable In small monthly Installments. No down puyment required If you can furnish references. Howard Nichols. 'Inc.. 1500 Nineteenth street. Phone 383. 1-26-tf FOU. TRADE— Largo equity In modern bungalow, for car, lot- or what have you? Phono 3fl30. ir,8 For Sale—City Lots FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies. Rose and plants at reduced prices. UAKIiRSPIELD NURSERY 'iiil. Sixth Street. Phone 320. IDC OFFRR special Saturday and Sunday T-bone steak, a5 cents. C'ouipleto .-hioken dinner, Sunday. 35 rents. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 120S Nluo; leenlh street. Tib Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Ttol hoi. between Wasco and Bakersfltli). Hnder notify n. G. Hcaronl, Wasco Creamery. 1J_8 RKWARD offered for return of black I'enlan cat. <trajod or stolen, last week, from 172U Hlx- N'Hith strert. Phone 2750. UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOU RENT 2807 California avenue, $30.00 411 C street, $25.00 ; :!03 East Nineteenth street, $17.50 Mil Eureka, $20.00 BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1S13 Chester Avenue. Phono 1298 I 1-27-tf ! I'lVB-nOOM modern.Hardu-oocl floors, big porch. | I'asy housework. Cheap rent to small family. l Qulncy slrerl. near car line, ninman. Telephone i 1047-U. FOUR-ROOM home, nicely furnished, $25.00. Five rooms, breakfast room, i lovely fenced yard, $37.50. Apply 1431 Oregon. 1-28-tf CASH TALKS. Communicate with us before buying city or suburban . you. Post Office Box 1014, Bakersflcld. 157 city lots. Low prices will astound FURNITURE—Chesterfield sot, rugs, bedroom and dining room sets, almost new. Good quality. Cheap. 3120 Chester avenue. 156 AUTO painting. $12.50 to $25; btxly and fender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Trent Paint and Repair Shop. California and Baker. Phone 307I-W. 159 CAST IHON wixnl cook stores, oil stoves, all kinds of furniture, bought, sold and Haded. Brown'a place. 2100 Gdlson highway. •OH SAIjK—One Zenith cabinet radio, one automatic Ico bol, onp dresser, ono Simmons folding day bod, one hedstoad and iprlngs. Call O. H. llannons. 116 mllea north Arrln. 158 Radio, Musical Instruments FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call E. Souza, 2353-W. 2D20 L street. Phone 167 DO YOU havo something you wish to sell! We find buyers of anything of value anywhere. J*close 10 cents (listing fee) with full description. Natlnn-wldo Sales Service, Box 18, Hollywood. Calif. DR. B. I3UZAN I'almer Graduate CHinOPJUCTOtl I'alnltii System Complete electrotherapy Service. Foot Correelloni Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 0. 7 to 8 p. n. Ilooms 111-112-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chtiler Arenue Telephone 6610 Lady Allendini 1.77 2.28 2.48 2.79 »* 60 1.71 , tM . 2.48 2.01 .H 60 *• l.H 1.80 Legal-Notices NOTICE Wanted toBuy—CityPropcrty PAINTING wanted. Will take lot outside city limits ai pay. BOT 810. Tlie Callfornlan. OAK WOOD, ill situ and lengihs. tor flreplaeN ^^^^^ and stores. Guaranteed Quality, and prompt I deiifiry. »ieira ic. Delivery, riant lys.^ [ Wanted to Buy-'Miscellancous SPECIAL SALE Used pianos and radios. Real guaranteed bargains at low prices and terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Topeler building. 158 Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES and grapefruit; Grovo. Phono 8731-.T-13. Schertz 156 For Exchange—Property For Sale—Miscellaneous HAVE 5-rooin home close to Uakcrs- fleld, rented. No encumbrance. Will exchange for Bakcrsfleld home and assume small loan. Elnjcr F. Karpo. Phono 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. l-2S-tf TL'MA valley germination. 98S. alfalfa seed, highest purlly and See this seed before you buy. MUST SELL. Show cases, scales, cash registers, meat sllcers, adding machines. fr*ezcr cases. Meat market, etore, restaurant equipment. 800 Baker. 170 FOU 8ALB, »t a bargain. Truck, hard rubber, $35; Ford truck chassis. $12: one star motor, • $«; one Dodgo 1028 motor. $10: 1'4-lnch rotary! pump, $5; six breeding do«s and two bucks, $8: | ono electric emery grinder. $7: one saw manlle. $5. 3.-ir.l L street- 158 roil SALE—lladlo treasure finder, like new. Cost $22.',.00. If sold at once, price $45.00. MOG Nineteenth street. 157 ATlMINISTHATOn, SALE of W. C. Stapp. to be hold February 4 at 722 Kentucky street, consisting of household goods, tools, gas engine, etc. 156 FOR SALE—two 31x6.00 casing* and tubes, nearly WANT to buy. for cash, horse or mule, to work • single. Must be gentle. Canaday Nursery Company. Taft highway. Itnute 3. Box 108-K. WANTED—Light car, not over $.10 cash. Minion, 027 Eureka. East Bakcrsflcld. M. M. Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. 124,808 156 1 new. Reasonable. 2612 G street. FOH RENT— Furnished house nue. Tard. Kent $23.30. 1324 Kom street, $12.50. ocnth. , 2(111 Chester tve- j Also half iluplvx, | Inquire 308 Blsht- I For Sale—Automobiles TREES AND BLOSSOMS Personals FOR HBNT— Furnished duplex. Also cottaee. 1C >trec4. Full KENT—At HIM Pacific. :;-rooro houie. nicely furnished. Overstuffed. Oarage. Apply M30 ; Baker street, or phone 1231-J. ! VVANTKD— Names men-women. 18-50. wishing steady future government job*. Start $105.00$175.00 month. Common education usually sufficient, l^ill particulars with sample coarhlnt— FREE. Apply todaj. Address Bov K-10. The California!!. IM WE WILL not be responsible for any bills charged against Agncttl Farms Company, after this date other than those ordered and signed for by the undcrslzncd. O. Agnelli. Louli K. Acnettl. Ui$ HAM" of modern duplex, nlcily furnisnrd. Near: Beale Park. Also three largo rooms. iMinplclely furnished, close In. Call 020 K stroll. 1'hone ; •03-.I. j tjNlTItNlSIlliO. beautiful, modern duplex. In Alia ; Vista Tract. Rent $2S. Water paid. 310, Qulncy street. Phono 414V-J. 158 1D"1 19oO FOR RENT—Nicely furnished modern 7-room house. Also 5-room house. Call 521 1 street. Financial $6.50 PER S100 FOR 1 TEAK (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) iltnlmum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 10IM 158 FLOYD DUNLAP 1623 20th Street. Phone 391. MONHY TO LOAN—Wo have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Ix>ng. term loans. 3'-i per cent Interest. Guy Oreenleaf. soc- •ftarj. Nu. 228 Jefferson street. Phone 4125-W. 1*6 Business Opportunities FOR RENT—One-hair duplex. 2402 • Twenty-first street. Fully furnished. | Hardwood floors, tub and showor i bath. Garage. Enclosed back yard, I lots of fruit. No linen or cooking utensils. $32 month. Water and yard paid. Phone 707. Charles 1.. Hay. 1&S j FURNISHED lovely 5-room house, overstuffed furniture, piano. Close to high school. Reduced rent. 1919 Orange street. FOR RENT — House. Unfurnished'. Moderate. Clean. Four rooms, sleeping porch. -115 K street. 157 FOR RENT —Modern up-to-date house. Automatic heater. Near two schools, grocery store, and on street car line. Very reasonable. Call Pioneer Nursery. 715 \j street. NKW -l-room cottaeo in court, Kast llskersfleld. | Overstuffed furniture, automatic heater, (iarage. i Waler paid. Phone 1517-W. iyi^t> Ford town sedan, $3'J5. Ford standard coupe, $35". Ford tie luxe roadster. J29J. •"Vjrd sport coupe, $205. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $175. 1931 Ford 157-in. 2-ton truck, .$-175. SEVERAL, CHEAP CARS $25 TO $100 USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, ?125 down. 1931 Dodge 10- wheel truck, 1300 down. 1D30 Ford coupe, rumble seat, 1100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1981 Do Solo S sedan, J125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt. O. Phone 22S« HORIZONTAL 1 Clay and calcium carbonate fertilizer. 5 Heavenly .body with a train. ' 10 To leave out. 14 Melody. 15 To love. 16 Chinese staple food. 17 Balsam. 18 Giver. 19 Last word ot a prayer. 20 Pitcher. 21 Coarse. 22 Bird's home. Previous Pn/.zle •IS Burden. 50 Pod of' cotton. 23 Female sheep. 51 Tree, symbol 158 NK'I-IM" furnished 4-room corner house. Piano. Sleeping porch. Near high school. Carage, yanl. Water paid. 120. 1930 SUIccnlh street. EXPERIENCED service station op- «rator wanted for station in downtown area good location. AV1I1 re- iiulre ?GOO.OO. For Information call :;011 before 8 u. m. and after 6 p. m. 159 Fdr Rent—Apartments BINOI.K and double apartment. <vllh sleeping porch. ' ("lost lu. Now renting for S1S.OO ar.d 5-- -"0. Tin Sharland, !MO O strut. Phon« :,,",2. 163 I 1929 Sport Ford roadster, $125. 1929 Chevrolet aoupp, $195. 1928 Essex Sport coupe, ?96. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, ?60. 1929 Ford sedan, J195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, *695. 1931 67 Bulclc sedan, llko now, $ 1109 Eighteenth street. Phone 25 Unit of work. 27 Pope's scarf. 30 Child's toy. 32 To preclude. 36 Fishing boat. 37 Stormed. 39 To rescue. 40 Fish. 41 Delegates. 43 Rodent. 44 Kettla for serving tea. 16 Small dog. of triumph. 54 Lists of soldiers. 56 Wading bird. 60'Chill. 61 Snare. 62 Weathercock. U3 Clothes. 04 To jeer.. 65 Sea eagle. VERTICAL 1 Husband or •wife. 2. In line. 3 To vex. • 4 Crown of leaves indicates academic 12 Frozen desserts. " 13 Wigwam. 24 You and I. 26 Road. 27 Obsequies. 25 Vulgar. 29. Toward sea. 30 Spigot. 31 To fondle. 33 Poet. 3.4 Grandparental. 35 Network. 37 Results (political). 38 Deponent. 41 To put on. 42 Sun. 45 Silver balls. 47 Tree, symbol of peace. honors? .(pi.) 49 Early. ' a To sponge. 50 Vile. 6.Smell. 51 To stroke. 7 Soliloquy. 52 Since. S God ot love. 53 To drag along. 9.Concisc. 55 Digit ot the. 10 Blossoms ot foot. trees, symbolfc 57 Fence rail, ot weddings? 58 Wayside hotel. 11 Buffoon. 59 To observe. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT UF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IX AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. In the Matter of the Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that under and pursuant to the law made and provided, tho undersigned. Olive B. Jones, Ruth Jones WrlRht and Olive Jones Peplow, the duly appointed, qualified and actinfi cxecutrlces of the | estate of G. M. Jones, deceased, will : sell at private sale, to the highest and i best bidder, subject to confirmation : of said Superior Court, on or after the I 13th day of February. 1933, at the law- offices of Weber & Kldder, Room 1200 j Bay Cities Bulldlnff. 221 Santa Monica Boulevard, In the City of Santa Mon- 1 ica. county of Los Angeles, state of ' California, all of the right, title and i Interest of said deceased at the time | of Ills death, and all of the right, title : and Interest that the estate of said I deceased has acquired by operation of ! law or otherwise, other than In addition to that of G. M. Jones, deceased, at the time of bis death, in and to all that certain parcel of real property. I situate In the county of Kern, state i of California, nnd particularly de- I scribed as follows, to-wit: i Tho NW>i of Section 10, township • 26 south, range 25 east, S. B. B. M. ; Terms of sale, cash. In lawful money of the United States on confirmation of sale, or part cash nnd balance evidenced by notes secured liy mortgage on the property so .sold. Ten per cent of the amount of the bid to be deposited with the bid. Bids or offers to be in writing nnd will be received at the aforesaid office at any time after the firs': publication hereof and before date 01' sale. Dated January 26, 19311. OLIVE B. JONES, Rl'TH JONES WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW, EXPOHtrices of the Estate of O. M. Jones, Deceased. Weber & Kidder, W. E. Byrne. 1200 Bay Cities Bldfr.. Santa Monica, Calif., Attorneys for Executrlces; Jnn. 28 to Feb. 8, Inc. Controller's Department State of California To the Tax Collector of the County of Kern, State of California: AVHEREAS, a deed or deeds conveying to the people of the State of California the title to the property hereinafter described having heretofore been filed In the Controller's office of the State of California; AND, WHEREAS, said deed or deeds recite the fact that said property hereinafter described was sold to the people of the State of California for the non-payment of State and county taxes; AND, WHEREAS, five years have elapsed since tho date of said sale, and no redemption, according to law, has been made of said property, or any part thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, In pursuance of tho law In such case made and provided, I. RAY I,. RILEY, Controller of the State of California, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the laws of this State, do by these presents authorize, empower, and direct you. tho sa^d Tax Collector, to sell at public auction, In separate lots or parcels, tho property hereinafter described. The property above referred to, and herqby authorized to be sold, is situate, lying and being in the County of Kern, State of California, bounded and particularly described as follows, towit: Property sold to the State June 30th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 1920: SVa of SW/4, surface right only, Section 22, Twp. 31 S., Rg. 24 E., M. D. B. & M. Deed No. 12. No bid shall bo received or accepted at such sale for less than the amount of all the taxes levied upon such property, and all costs and penalties for every year delinquent as shown by tho delinquent rolls for said years and also all tax liens up to the date of the execution of the deed to the Stale, together with Interest at seven per cent per annum and also the graduate redemption penalties required under Section 3817 of Political Code computed upon the aggregate amount of the taxes for each of said years from the first day of July following delinquency to the date of tho sale here- nnder, and all expenses accrued to tho date of-the sale under this authorization. Said salo shall be conducted In all respects as provided for by law governing such sales. GIVEN under my hand and seal of Costs on delinquent roll. i Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July I computed upon the taxes only ............... .. ... BO per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 ........ .. ... Assessed to J. A. Jonea ot at, Taxes of 1B2T ......... • ........ Special School and other taxes delinquent ...................... Penalties on delinquency (10-6 nnd B per cent) ?ostH on delinquent roll. . Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only ................ ; ..... 50 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 ............. Assessed to J. A, Jonos et a.1, Taxes of 1928 .................. Special School and other taxes delinquent .................... . Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 5 per cent) ... • .... ..... ... Costs on delinquent roll Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July \, computed upon tho taxes only ................. JO per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 ............. Assessed to J. A. Jones ot al, Taxes of UI29, Including Special School and other taxes delinquent ....................... 4,7ii Penalties on delinquency (10-6 and 5 per cent) . ................ 47 Costs on delinquent roll .......... 60 Interest nt 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only 30 per cent graduated penalty ' under Section 3817 ............. Total taxes ....................... Total special school or other i taxes ....... ................... 14.30 Total penalties on delinquency (13-10-5 and 5 per cent)....*.. Total costs ......... .' ............ Total Interest .................... Total graduated penalties ....... 14.47 Cost of registering notice and postage ......................... SO Cost of advertising this notice... 41.76 Least amount for which property may be purchased ............. J107.25 No bids will hp received or accepted for said property for less than tho ; amount of all lh« taxes levied upon said properly, and all Interests, costs, ' penalties and expenses up to tho dalo i of this sale, together with all subse- iquent taxes that may have boon levied upon said properly up to the date of the Issuance to tho State of the deed or deeds referred to In said Controller's authorization, with all Interest*, costs, penalties and other charges thereon added to such subsequent. taxes. Given under my hand at Bakersflold, In Ihe County of Kern, Stati- of California, this 21st day of January, A. TJ. 1933. , C. E. DAY, Tax Collector of the County of Kern, State of California. HELEN SIMS, Deputy. Jan. 21 -28; Feb. 4-11. 87 1.4" 17.39 3.54 3.00 12.6S NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE NO. S76 WHEREAS, default has been mado in the payment of the Indebtedness secured by, and in the performancu of the covenants contained In, tha'. certain Deed of Trust dated July 7. 1930, made, executed and delivered by Alfred Conn, one of tho heirs and devisees of Charles Colin, deceased, as trustor, to BANK OK AMERICA OP CALIFOHNIA, a corporation, as trustee for San Joaquln Valley Securities Company, u corporation organized under the laws of the State of California, beneficiary, which De"cd of Trust was recorded In the office of the County Recorder of Kern County, State of California, on July 7, 1930, In Book 353, of Official Uecords, at Page 349, Kern County Uecords; and WHEREAS, BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL, TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, a National Banking Association, Is successor to BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation; and WHEREAS, the lawful owner and holder of suld Deed of Trust and tho debt thereby secured has applied to and directed tho trustee under said Deed of Trust, In writing, to execute the trust by said Deed .of Trust created, and to miff;e salo pursuant thereto: and WHEREAS, notice of breach of the obligations of tho trustor hits been recorded as Is provided for by law, aw) more than three months have elapsetl since the. said recordatlon, and said trustee deems it best to sell said promises and estate as- a whole now remaining subject to said Deed of Trust, or such parts as may be necessary to fulfill tho purposes thereof. NOW, THEREFORE, notice Is hereby given that on Thursday, the 23d lug : \tr.N to service established routea 1-eeiH and Ti.?enl amusement machines, all ii>etlom. thli territory. Conditional salary 123 week plus. J37", required. Wlltf K.1N Company, 612 Han rernando building. Lcs Angolej. HAVE client wauls partner in goou paying business. Wishes to expand. Elmer V. Karpe. Phone. 210. 1517 Eighteenth stref;t. 1-28-lf FOR SALE—Country grocery store •and service station with 5 acres of lund. Onf of the best locations in Eastern Tulare county. A real business corner. Bux 91, Tho Call- fornian. 158 Contraclors and Builders iJOOD (JAllPUNTKll painter anil p»perhanc.'r. Very reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere, phone 210-W. 1*'Q Help Wanted—Male PICItBllS WANTED. P. C. r,l. TTJON. ITHNIHRKri apartments. Nineteenth and n. Om 1 - K'.uffetl furniture. rriilMatrc. 6-room houi«. ?(inn urame. Apply "031 Nineteenth itreet, <ro- i ?rj store. Phono .1521-J. 1"3 Foil nilNT— Furnished apartmtnt. 115. Call at !» Seventeenth street. 1&6 lUull Plymouth II'UPK, $245. FOR RENT—Furnished modern apartment, four rooms. Electric refrigerator. Garage. See owner, 1008 Trux- nin avenue. Phono 2330-M. 157 CONVKNIKNT and i-lean two rooms, with tleep- Inj porch. Private bath. 2351 Truitun aie- nue. Reasonable. 1S6 O>'1; single, one doublo. Very moderate rent. In- rludlnt! llffhti, 2aj and continuous hot water. Cre&klila Apartments. 1601 California avenue. l'>6 NH'KT.Y furnished, modern 3-routn apartment, llnrdwnod floors. Bleeping porch, (iarsge. Water. $1(1.60. Also grocery store, futures Included. «Jth living room. 120. Inquire 1001 Monterey -meet. ^^^ , TlTflUB UOOM furnished apartment, with bath. ! silter, linen, gas and lights Included. I>omi- nUlrs. C«r ipsce. Very reasonable. !!"07 Tuen| j Uclh street. ' | FOH HUNT— Furnished modern duplov four 1 moms, rhcilerfleld. Hardwood floors, llcnt |21. dill at niO Alia Villa. Drive. MBN TO TAKB CIlAnOF,' or~ONTf~W~~(Tni TBimrroniKs. *n;nT UK HVHTi.wn. noon PAY TO TIIOBK WHO t^AN Ut'AUrV SKM.INO KXI'KHIKSCE NOT NKflJHHAHY Mil. riMPLB. I1OTKI, MOUONET. HI!NU\Y. 0 TO 12 A. M.. '2 TO I I'. M.; MONDAY. '.' TO 12 A. M., 7-0 P. M. Help Wanted—Female^ 8TBNO<;ilAPin.H for central offli-e work. Work '. Mair ilayi, "111 probably dmclop Into full ttirr position. Write Box 818. The talllornlan. glv. me Qualification! uicl lalar; eiptcted. !/7 niV desirable 4-room furnished dupln apart- nont. clonw to IninlneM center. Apply it 1M9 Srvcnth street. coupo, 10,000 actual 1927 Dodgo sedan, overhauled, $125. 1927 Hulclt sport coupe, $125. 1927 Star U coach, $55. TOP PRICKS PA11J FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th Phone 6S2S 158 JACK SEX— I'.Cl Ford pickup, like new, $90.00 down. 1930 Ford late do luxe roadster, $80.00 down. 1930 Do Soto sedan, extra clean, $100.00 down. Lots of others. Sacrifice prices. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724. 2310 Chester Avenue | Jack Bundy, Mgr. 158 i WANTED at once, high-grade, late | inodfl sedan. Cadillac or Packard | preferred. Have very attractive ; trade offer. Post Office Box 1014. I liakersflold. 157 DOL'OU\SS: BUY, SBUU TnAPB CARS. 2105 I 1(12:5 Ford delivery, >30; 1020 l"ard coupe. >50. 102j Podge sedan; new paint, good tires. >00. BTUUKHAKKIl light "6" sedan, line condition. Just overhauled. $fl,VOO expense. First >M.BO gels It. Ci'lilral Uarage. Twentieth street. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6161. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDWARD R. BARKLEY, Deceased. j NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of tho estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against tho estate of the said Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to exhibit said claims with the necessary vouchers within six months from Ihe date of first publication of this Notice, at the office of Borton & Potrinl, 304 Professional Building, Bakcrsfleld, Kern County, California, the same being the place selected by said Administrator for tho transaction of all business pertaining to said estate, or to present and file naid claims with the necessary vouchers with Ihe County Clerk of tho County of Kern, State of California, within six months from the date of the first publication of this Notice. Dated: and first published this 14th day of January, 1933. I NORMAN C. TIOUZE, Administrator of tho Estate of Edward R. Barkley. deceased. BORTON & PETRINI. I Attorneys for Adnilnlstrator. Jan. H-iil-28; Feb. 4, 11. office, ul Sacramento, this 31st day of December, A. D. 1932. (SEAL) RAY L. RILEY., Controller. By Clarence H. Smith. Deputy. THEREFORE, In pursuance of law, public notice Is hereby given that I I will on the 15th day of February, A. | D. 1933, afthe hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, in tho office of tho Tax Collector of 1 said Kern County, State of California, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, the said property hereinbefore in said authorization described, which said authorization Is hereby made a part of this notice, to-wlt: Property sold to state Juno 30th. 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 19L'U. Description of property: S',t of S\\'i<i, surface right onlv, Section 22, Township 31 S.. Range 24 15., M. D. B. & XI. Deed No. 12. Assessed to J. A. Jones ot al, Taxes of 1923 $ 3.84 Special School and other taxes delinquent 4.53 Penalties on delinquency (15-5 and 5 per cent) J .03 Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July l, computed. upon taxes only 5.03 50 per cent graduated penalty Bunder Section 3817 4.19 Assessed to J. A. Jones, ot al, Taxes of 1925 1.84 Special School and other taxes delinquent 2.51 Penalties on delinquency (15-5 and 5 per cent) 53 Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon tho taxes only 2.02 50 per cent, graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.18 Assessed to J. A. Jones, ot al, Taxes of 1926 2.00 Special School and other taxes delinquent -.10 Penalties on delinquency (15-5 and 5 per ronl I nS day of February. 1933, at the hour of • . , 11 o'clock A. XI. thi'reof, at the wesl front entrance of the Kern County , Court House, situated In the City of i Bakersfleld. Stato of California, tho BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor to HANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, as trustee, will, under and pursuant to the aforesaid Deed of, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In United States Bold coin, tho following described property, mentioned In said Deed of Trust, being all that property in th« Kfitale of C'liiirlen Colin, De- consed, Probate No. 3883, Superior Court, County nf Kern. State of California, and more particularly .described as follows, to wit: All of the Interest of the said Trustor In and to thn properties of said entitle real, personal and mixed, and acquired by tho trustor either ns heir, devisee, or by compromise agreement, with t)|te other heirs and clovlseca of said do- cedent, the Inti-rest of tho Trusfor in said properties being an undivided 1 /7th of an undivided 55% of all properties In said estate available for distribution therein. Said sale will bo made without covenant or warranty, express or Im- pllod, regarding title, possession or encumbrances. Dated nt Bakersfleld, California, January 28, 1933. BANK OK AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, us Trustee. By A. C. Dlmon, Vice-Presldent. By Ulysses A. Qrlbble, Assistant Trust Officer. DatPH of Publication: Jan. 28; Feb. 4, II and 18, 1933. " .. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: mo. u. s. i»» THE BUNGLE FAMILY Goodbye, Forever By MARRY J. TUTHILL WHAT, DERRICK AND CLARA GONE AT ' LAST? O1HLB. Women to traJn for dental nurses. ST. The Uakersfleld Cilirornian. Doi IJil 1.ADY— White, housekeeper. Two adulU. Board, room und Bmall uage. Giva age, where ]'ou can be Interviewed. Address f'. O. Eoi 211, Delano CaJlf. 1M Help^Wanted—Salesmen SIX competent salespeople, riperlenred In rral eitau or financial celling. Must have cars. Commission bails only. Workers who follow In- ' •trucllbns can inake good Income. Addrets Post ! Office Boi 1011. Btkerifleld. 1£J I Situations'Wanted—-Female j VERY IlKinNBD middle-aged roman wanlj work i ai housekeeper In good home uncrt couple vorks j Dill. Phone 2633, Kocm 8. i:,T VVO&1AN wanta housework, In country, for wldoucr or bachelor. Youna- and eapinlt 9nn Niles •tiact. I* 1 * Y MR. AND MRS. GUNNER, IF YOU/ PLEASE, ARE WITH THE " GMJBBERS NOW. IMAGINE THOSE PEOPLE LIVING IN THAT BIG MANSION, ROLLING IN LUXURY, CLARA LET ME KNOW WHEN SHE CALLED ( UP LATER. I KNEW SOMETHING MPORTANT HAD 7 HAPPENED WHEN I GOT A BLOCK FROM THIS HOUUE AND DIDN'T HEAP. OUR. RADIO , ANOTHER. BIG RELIEF IS TO KNOW CLARA ISN'T HERE THIS EVENING TO TELL ME HOW MUCH FLOUR. TO PUT IN THE GRAVY AND THINGS LIKE GONE AT LAST. WELL JO, THIS SHOULD EC A " GOOD LESSON TO US TO, NEVER AGAIN GET DESPONDENT' ABOUT VISITINS RELATIVCS.1 FROM SOME OF THE THINGS CLARA SAID ON THE PHONE I KNOW SHE THINKS I' M JUST GREEN WITH ENVY TO SEE HOW. QUICKLY SHE AND DERRICK GOT WHERE THEY ARE NOW. GONE! AND ONLY YESTERDAY I STAR.TED WORRYING IN A BIG WAY ABOUT NOT BEING ABLE TO "STOP THINKING HOW LONG' DERRICK MIGHT STAY HERE. I GONEIj f ACCORDING TO CLARA, 'DERRICK is HAND-IN-GLOVE WITH OLD MR. GRUBBER.. A MILLIONAIRE. THINK. OF IT. OH HOW CLARA WILL RUB IT INTO ME IF THINGS TURN OUT THE WAY I FEEL POSITIVE THEY WILL, Ha»,W.Y. I'll Moat girls s«e red when they pause for reflection.

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