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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 31, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORN1AN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1933 Special Annoynccrocntfl CLEARANCE ON ALL For Rent—Houses For Sale—Automobiles THT5 MAIIVBL, SIIOT^PH SPECIAL retlucod Talcs. Learn jusa Diano, 1C lessons. No stales or cicrclses. Waterman Piano School, 1060 Chester atctiue, toom lofi. 188 yitltNTH OAFB No! Snor Southern Pacific dopot. Siioclal Sunday dinner. Combination breakfast, B to 11. SS rents tip. Special lunch»on and dinner from 10 a. in. to 8 p. m., V: «nts. Special tircry Wcdntidny. riormaa pot rant and potato pan rakes. All n.Vcont entrees tnoludo drink, on counter. Telephone 4775. Lost—Foun d—Strayed LfOR RENT—Ono-hnlf duplex, 2402 Twenty-first street. Fully furnished. Hardwood floors, tub and shower bath. Gnrnge. Enclosed back yard, lots of fruit. No linen . or cooking; utensils. $32 month. Water and yard paid. Phono 707. Churlos L. Hay. • roil HKNT—3-room modern lot, 80x590. $20; 5- room modern house. Highland Park, Placo for chickens. »23. .Water paid. I'hono 983. 1-ao-tf FUUNtailED cabin for bachelor, $8 month, and IlRhts. 110 Ea«t Eighth itreot. Uai 138 KOR RENT, furnished, five rooms and sleeping poroh. Yard fenced, good district. $27.50, water paid. Phone 12'ifl 100 LOST—Tool boi. between Waito and B«kenfleld, Pindor notify H. O. Scaronl, Wasco Creamery. 16C t-OST—White ewnlnn ban containing ladlci' wrist watch. Saturday night. Coll 4792-W. Upward. ISO FOtrn-BOOM furnished duplex, with Karaite. n«nt 120. Water paid. 1400 Third street. Phono I.O8T—One lame white and tan spotted doc. Xame "Samey." License No. 510, (193S). Suitable reward. Phone BlflO-R. For Rent—Apartments LOST—Friday evening, pair shell- rlmmed glasses In case, either at Weill'« real* entrance or corner of Eighteenth and I. Return to Welll's. Reward. M)ST—Ladles' purie containing money and papers of talue to o«ncr. lUiward. Ilione 498S-W. IBS FURNISHED apartments, Nlnoteenth and II. Orer- stuffed furniture. FrlBldalre. 5-room houie. 2000 Orange. Apply 2031 Nineteenth itreet, grocery store. I'hono S5'.M-.T. 173 NICKIjY furnished 2-room aparlmrnta with prltale baths, >20 and $22.50 month; $3.50 and »0.nn week, lilRht, gas. water, linens, electric washing machine furnished. Oarage If required. The Woodrow, Baker and .lackion streets. 1932 Ford V-8 sedan, $195 down. 1932 Ford V-8 coupe, $165 down. 1931 Ford 4 sedan, $125 down. 1930 Ford 4 sedan, $100 .down. 1929 Ford 4 sedan, $76 down. 1931 coupes and roadsters, $95 down. Many Other Values. DO YOU NEED MONEY? Wo will arrange to refinance your car at lowest rates. Ask about It. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth nnd Chester. Phono 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 182 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CAR1VS ONLT) 100 tibs., Recleanod, Highest Grade) 500 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, Sll.1.0. 100 Ibs. reclcanod wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.35. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, GOo. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BA7CER.HFH2LD GRAIN COMPANT Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous 'XHl HALF.—3D tons oat hay, one young work horse and farm Implement!. Call 31011 Twentieth street. Phone 1323-It, " IBS BLKCTBIC motor, one horsepower, Simla phue. ohoap. 7-horiepower gu engine, will run on natural gat or cheap fuel, cheap. Phone I546-.T. FOIl SAliB—One new walnut day bed, new 10- volumo let W "Modem Music and Muilclans," edited by Paderewikl. Cheap for cash. Call at 1200 M. itreet. FOll IlENT—Furnished court. 1325 K street. apartment. In bungalow Phono 4707-B. FOn IIKNT—3-roorn furnished apartment, with bsth. Kilter, linen, gns and lights Included. Downstairs. Car space. Very reasonable. 2007 Twentieth street. _^___ For Rent—Farm Land USED CARS PROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 3982 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 De Solo 8 sediin, $125 down. BAKER.SFr.ELD nARAG-13 USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt Q. Phone 2286 158 Over a period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion'. Wo continue to sell feed for less than any adver- tired price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is (rood. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. WOOD. Ilcmcmbnr Peoples' Wcod \ard. for drj, ,• found woml. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prices right. I'hono 2306. 110 FOIl HALF,—One Morse-Kalrbanks pressure pump system. H|IO one centrifugal pump with Century motor. Call (101 Kail California avenue. 138 FOlt NA1-K--I'ulrorlzccl micep manure. ' a sack, delivered. Phono -U71-W. 25 cents vn WIl.l. not he responsible for any bills clmrjeil ! agatnit Agnelli I'arms Company, after this date : other than onlerrrt sn,l Mgned for by 'h'; ] ]r O R RENT, IMPROVED FARM LAND ' undersigned. O. Agnelli, Louis B. Agnelli. ISM 10 ncreg| near Arvln. | . Good pumping plant. . ' Tenant must bo nblo to finance himself, i : BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. , : 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1 1-27-tf| 40 ACIIKS for rent. Good prospect for cotton, j , Will take crop ronl. Innulro 1123 Monterey ittett. "" ALT, KINDS of well rooted berry plants; artichoke! and aiparagua roots. Hhrubs at special price!. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Dctilo/ Frultvnlo. 178 AUTO painting, 112.50 to $25: body and fender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Tron» Pilnt and rtepalr (Shop, California and Baker. I'hono IIH71-W. 1.11 Financial 1927 Star 0 conch, $55. 1027 Hulck sport coupe, $125. 1927 Bulck sport touring, $7». 1931 Chevrolet de luxe sedan, 6 w. w., trunk, 11,000 miles, $475. . TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th Phone 582S 158 ATJXO 1'AINTINO. "DUCO." J12.50 TO »ir..OO. 1SODY AND FlvNDKR HKPAIR, I'BKIIUKHH TAINT SHOP. PUONB 270. 2310 "EYE" 183 OAK WOOD, III and lengths, tor NrtpUcM and stores. Guaranteed quality, and prompt dellTiry. Mean' Ice Dtlltcry. Phone 1801. • f - HI MUST HKLI,. Hlii™ rn-"i. scales, cnh registers, melt sllceri, adding machlnei, freeter cAos. Meat market, stoic, rcitaurnnt equipment, 800 Baker. 170 AUCTION tale of W. C. Stapp. Houiehold goods, tools, gas engine, etc. February 4, 1 p. m. 722 Kentucky street. 18B Poultry and Livestock nrVBllVlEW IlATCIlunY. Baby chicks, neds and llocks, 10 days old, at day-old prices. Few 0- weeks-old Hocks. Bargain. Hatching cggt. Belle arenue, Nnrth Chester. 108 FOR sAi,r--nrc«iinn Phone 8741-J-l. turkeys. Fancy Bronze 150 FOR 8ALB Of trade, white Holland turkey tomi Phone ieia-W. 160 Wanted to Buy••Mlgccllancqya BUY quicksilver at a reasonable price at the United Iron and Metal Coni- pany. 8810 Chester avenue. 160 Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK. A Palmer Chiropractor Alioi graduate of other American institutions • of drugless healing. Let him help you, Ono month's service for 113. Orer Hughes Drug ytoro Nineteenth and Chester Phone 1110-J PIANO TUNING Factory JFIeglatered Tuner . $9.00 Satisfaction Cuaranteed CAUL A. nrnD J"lione 1809-M 030 Truitun Aienua SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS 11BDUCIXO Colonle Irrigation INSTITUTE OF HYDttOTIlEriAPT 1112 K Strett 0 a. m. to 0 p. m. Phone 30M W1IA sacrifice, soTcn Urge hred does, one bud anil hulrhcs. Will trade for 100 Leghorn pullets. Pay difference In cosh, lloscdalo, uuortcr- liillc smith of Orauf's Service Htatlon. YATKS turkey llanch and Tlatchor. Sliafter. Calif. Tlahy lurks 'for sale, from free range stock. Kloctrlc, oil. gu Incubators. Custom hatching. 100 Wanted—Miscellaneous XVANTBD—Used lumber, suitable for chicken house. 13x13. Iloi -100, Tlio CallfDrnlan. LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Scrrlcc Unexcelled—That Is Our Blogia Ten Different Herrlces and iiorlc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNimY KUteemh and O Streets Plmne 23' Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PuilLtC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX HEHVICI3. AUDITS. SYSTBMS Hullo 108, Professional Building 1'hone •1501 ' $6.50 PEK $100 FOR 1 YEA P. ^•O BUOK13RAOK—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Uates InvestlRate and Be Convinced CONSIJJIKRS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution fc Habertelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 158 FLOYD DUNL.AP 3S23 20th Street. Phono 391. FOR BENT—40-acro ranrh, watered ri-ta canal. Coinfottable house. Can bo fin- anceil for cottnn. Apply 2120 Twenty-second I »lrect. Bakcrsflcld. ; 138 ' KOH KENT—Two-acre chicken ranch, Vista Park tract. $20. Will sell or trade. Phono 626. Henry Elsaler. 1-30-tf ! 1931 Chevrolet sedan, fiew paint, good from Buena ! rubber, perfect mechanical eondl- For Rent—Miscellaneous FOll BBNT—n»staurant and 6-room flat. • Good location. Very reasonable. Telephone 3380-J. 150 For Sale—Improved Property HERE'S a real opportunity. A comfortable 5-room house In good condition, within a hundred feet or so .of new highway, therefore bound to Increase In value, can be had for the amount of the loan against It which is less than 12000.00, payable in small monthly Installments. No down puymcnt required If you can furnish references. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1500 Nineteenth street. Phone 38.1. 1-20-tf tion. Will accept trade. Can arrange terms. See at 239 Qulncy .street, phone 4482-7H. 159 JACK If you are In need of a good used car, visit our market. Wn have reduced our prices—again—25 real bargains. Trades. Terms. Trucks. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2310 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 158 MONEV TO LOAN—We hare an unllmlti'il amount of money to loan on farm property. Long term loans. 5V4 per cent Interest. Ouy Orcenlcaf. secretary. No. 228 Jcfferaon street. Thuno 4125-W. 170 Business Opportunities EXPERIENCED service station op-1 orator wanted for station In down- ! town area, good location. Will re- , quire JflOO.OO. For Information call i •J011 before 8 a. m. and after 6 p. m. 159 I H\VB client wants partner In good paving business. AVIshes to expand. I Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1H1T | Eighteenth street. 1-28-tf FOR SALE—Country grocery store i and service stBtion with 5 acres of ' land. One of the bent locutions in Eastern Tulare county. A reul huH- iness corner. Box 91, The Calj- fornlan. 1^° Contractors and Builders GOOD CAHFENTER. piinter and papeihanner, j U j ;R1 . : R rour inftuDcttUence. Bmall farm home. noUOLABf): CA8II PAID FOll CABS. 8103 I 1027 ClioTrolet coupe; two new tires. Buy. 140. inso Ford roadster; curtains; A-l. Buy, HOP. Automotive Service BADIATOn nKPAIIlS; NEW C011K8 Prices at Hock Bottom. All Work Ouarantecd. C. N. JOHNSTON HIIOPS Eighteenth and O. Phone 056. lr.8 CANAL QUESTION For Sale—Furniture roil TRADR-barge eojilty In modern bungalow, j NEW, heavy Axmlnstcr rup, 6x9, $12. for rar, lot or what have you! Phono 3(130. 158! Three-piece living room wet, $19. HKRB Is a nlre bargain In a r>-room modern ; Gateleg extension table, $14.75. house for $2300.00. Terms. »375 down. »1(1.70 • IVAN L. IIAMM Nice yard, all fenced; fruit and shade | Phone 341 1100 Eighteenth &t. 1»9 Howard Nichols. Inc.. '1509 Nineteenth I a . p , ECIJ OT , r ,, uffed ,, t . ,17.50; .-piece newJac- 1 ' 30 ' lr uuard velour set, «25: twin bedroom set. $23.50. month. trees. street. $3000.00—Foreclosure, two acres outside the city, i good r.-room house, wash house, one double gar- , • Co, uno single garage, several largo chicken I house*. Right orange troea, two fig and two j walnut. 17 peach and apricots. 19 grape vines, j i:»sy terms. Taylor & Taylor, 1000 Chester avenue. Phone 712. 1HO Davis Furniture Elchange. 2105 Chester ivcnue. 129 Very reasonable. Phone 2GO-W. Day or contract. Anywhere. ISO Help Wanted—Male WAITED—Neat appearing honest and reliable men. rcaldenU of Kern county, ajc 21 to 40. Industrious and Tay 1100 call) and balance like rent. Two acres, garden soil. well, electricity, small house*, chickens. $11.10. Wrlcht. 1410 ElihtecnUi street. After 3. phone 704-W. ; 159 FOR SALE—Ono Zenith cabinet radio, one automatic Ico box. one dresser, one Simmons folding day bed. one, bedstead and springs. Call D. U. HaJinons. 1H miles north Arrln. 158 • 1 On 8AIJJ—Storey It. Clark electric player-piano and cabinet Sterling radio. Sacrifice. Itiono 4016. 1110 HOKIZONTAIi 1 Cavity. 4 Salts of mnllo acid. 11 Mineral spring. 14 Constellation. 15 Thing offensive to the sight. 16 Beret. 17 Neither. IS Pertaining to lockjaw. 3 9 Full-length vestment. 20 Soul. £2 Sum. 24 Mud. 25 Sky-blue. 29 To cut into cubes, yo Sour. 31 Arrival. l!2 Frosted. 33 To mend. 34 Early. a'j Changing colored Jewel. 38 Relieves. 40 "Wading bird. 44 To scoff. Answer to Previous Puwelc r-r^ir* snti anH« m yinmn GSEIUIH 45 Roofing material. 46 Undcranged. 47 Decree of a sultan. 49 To strike. 50 Tanner's vessel. 51 Narrative. 66 To drink dog- fashion. 57 Devoured. 5S Pellet. 59 To piece out. 60 Guided. 61 Fertilized with manure. 62 Carmine. VERTICAL 1 What canal separates the Americas? 2 Satiric. 3 Genus'of shrubs. 4 Boundary. 5 Yes. 6 To permit. 7 Wild ginger. S 2000 .pounds. 0 Silkworm. 10 Faction. 11 Radio noise. 12 King's homo. 13 Trotted easily." 21 Tampered. 23 Teutonic heathenism. 25 160 square rods (pi.). 26 Pertalnlns to n zone. 27 To change a jewel setting, 2S Irregular. 35 Having a pointed arch. 36 Sea robber. 37 Subsided. 39 Salt works. 41 Bailing machine. 42 Area where water supply is formed. 43 Percolated slowly. 48 Units of work. 49 Coaster. 52 Before. 53 Cry of a' crow. 54 To drag. 55 Beer. DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHinoPIlACTOIl x Painless System Cenplele 'Electrotherapy tiertlce. Foot Correction* Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 3. 7 to 8 p. n. Booms 111-111-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 051 d Lady Attendant Legal Notices SOVIET EXILES 45,000 FARMERS MOSCOW BUSSIAUPEASAN TAKEN FROM For Exchange—Property Eighteenth street. 1-28-tf their efficiency and ability. Hefcrelires required. Applicant* must apply In pcnon, between 1 mid 8. 7:30-8:30 p. m., at 3424 Sunset. Bakersfleld. Calif. OLITB PICKERS WANTED. P. O. BL T1SJON. i FOR EXCHANGE, by owner, EXCHANGE equity In furnished have you? 2117 Bank street. 1.8 Help Wanted-- Female. YOUNG lady between 25 and 35. unencumbered. < ' Must he capable. Small family. Write Bo. 3d.'.. 1 The CaMfornlan. _ 159 ' ' G1KLS. Women to train for dental nurses. Write Box 87. The Hiker. field Callfomlan. WOMEN— PART OH ITLJ- TIMK KMPI/OY- MENT. BAST WOBK. EXCEPTIONAL BE- TUnNS. BXPEIUICNCB NOT NECEHRARY. APPLY ROOM B. TAYIX>B ARCAD11 BUIU) INO. OPEN EVEXrNOB. _ Help Wjanted-^aljemie n i * MEK— TOTJNO OR OLD. TURK YOUB TIMK INTO HBAL MONEY. PLEAHANT WOHIv.- QUICK IIETVRNS. HALES BXPEHIEvNCK XOT NECEHRARY. APT'LY BOOM .8, TAYLOR ARCADE BUILDING. OPEN WK- X1NOS. __ _ _ _ ' SALESPEOPLF — Xeat appeavliiR: If $4 per day Interests you, sue U. J. ' Dolly, 1715 Eighteenth. Apt. 1. 159 I Situations i W anted— ^Female WBT WORRY rutting, fitting, making alterations on dresses, rvals and suites? When one ivlth t tratfe and experience of SO years, can. help >ou': .Mrs. Jack Clemens. Phone 3004 or 173^-M. __ UiS ! EXPERIENCED glrT work nTght or ciay al . 23 cents hour. Cook, clean, nerve dinners. Phone 2633. _ __ 100 j BOOKKEEPER and stenographer wants small set I of books to keep or offlre work. Phone 8QM-J. j chicken ranch, good house and ca-' vage, water and poultry pens, !'{. acres of alfalfa. Want clear lot or small house In city. Phone 1279. 160 For Sale—Automobiles WILL sell my ?150.00 equity In Xo. 2, new, General Electric refrigerator cheap. 1C1!5 Nineteenth street. 162 Bll2 GENU1NB Wilton rug. $2.1: Osl3 genuine Akbarlseamless Wilton. $27.!>0; new Dxl2 genuine Aimlnster. $17.DO; used 8x10 Atmlnster, $0.73. Davis Furniture Exchange, 2103 Chester arenue. 101 Radio,.MusicalInstrujmcnts^ j SPECIAL SALE G_ ncl . e ! Used pianos and radios. Real guaran : What 190 1930 Nash coupe, $295. 1929 Chevrolet coupe, $195. 1928 Essex Sport coupe, $9D. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, $60. 1929 Ford sedan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan. $69u. 1931 67 Dulclc Kedan, like new, $795. 1409 Eighteenth street. Phone 831 158 teed bargains at terms. Don C. Tegeler building. low prices and Preston, Hotel 158 MUSICAL Instruments for school musicians. Large stock of good used band and orchestra instruments. Sensible prices and small payments. Phillips Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" streets. 160 For Sale—Miscellaneous i r ~~~ . —~ I 100 pounds mash, In cloth baga, $1.30. ; 100 pounds scratch, $1.1U. : 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN & ROSS. Olldale, Calif. I . 12-6-tf SACRIFICE—1930 Chevrolet club sedan. Finn condition, with new paint, new rubber. Buy this for poounm- Ical transportation. See at 2279 T'urk Way. Phonn S791-W 110 FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call 1C. Souza, 2520 L street. Phone 23D3-W. 167 AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass installed, $2.00. Franklin Glat'fl Company, 1404 Eighteenth Ktreet. Phone 844. 1-30-tf NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. 124,808 IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I? AND FOR THE COUNTY OP LOS ANGELES. In the Matter of the Estate of G M. Jones, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that unde and pursuant to the law made an provided, the undersigned, Olive B Jones, Ruth Jones Wright and Ollv Jone.s Peplow, the duly appointee qualified and acting executrlces of th estate of G. M. Jones, deceased, wl' sell at private sale, to the highest an best bidder, subject to conflrmatio I of said Superior Court, on or after th 13th day of February, 1933, at the l.ii i offices of Weber & Kldder, Room 1200 | Bay Cities Buildlns. 221 Santa Monica Boulevard, In the City of Santa Monica, county of Los Angeles, state of i California, all of the right, title and interest of said deceased at the time | of his death, and all of the right, title and Interest that the estate of said deceased has acquired by operation of law or otherwise, other than In addition to that of G. M. Jones, deceased, at the time of his death, in and to all that certain parcel of real property, situate in the county of Kern, utate of California, and t particularly described as follows, to-wlt; The NW% 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 by mortgage on the property so sold. Ten per cent of the amount of the hid to be deposited with the bid. Bids or offe»s to be In writing and will be received at the aforesaid office at any time after the first publication hereof and before date of sale. Dated January 26. 1933. OLIVE B. JONES, 1U T T!T JONES WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW. Executrlces of the Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Weber & Kldder, W. E. Byrne. 1200 Bay Cities Bldg.. Santa Monica, Calif., Attorneys .for Executrices. Jan. 2S to Feb. 8, Inc. One of modern history's great dramas U being enacted In Russia, where 45,000 inhabitants of thrax communities In the near tropical Kuban 'area are belnu banished to near-arctic Siberia. Soviet officials are^ carryino out ' the mass deportation as a disciplinary example, the Kuban Inhabitants having failed to co-operate In the Soviets' collective farm plan. Men, women and children are being transported to lumber camps and mines In Siberia, while their lands are being allotted to "deserving" soldiers, vet- erana and "model farmers." One such "model farmer" is pictured above as he was presented a banner and a bonus for raising more cotton on his collectivized farm than his neighbors. The map shows the route of the wholesale banishment of Kuban's 45,000 recalcitrant peasants. Patriarch L. F. Loree Giant Figure in Railroad World By FRANK H. McCONNELL Associated Press Financial Writer SURGEONS AMAZED CHICAGO, Jan. 31. (A. P.)—Ollie Warden,. 28, died In n hospital after anrnzlnj? surgeons by living for almost 15 months with a severed spinal cord. N EW YORK, Jan. 31.—The Pennsylvania Railroad Co., which at times has found the dynamic tjeonor F. Loree on Its side and then against It, now finds the 75-year-old railroad patriarch aligned against It again. Through his purchase of a 10 per cent interest In Now York Central, Loree becomes a powerful ally of Pennsylvania's principal competitor. The purchase was made through Loree's company, the Delaware and Hudson. In the past, Loree has fought the Central just as vigorously as ho has the Pennsylvania. At times, the two large roads have joined hands to head him off, particularly on his plan for a fifth trunk lino system between New York and Chicago and his proposal to carry out tho dream of E. H. Harrlman in constructing a 28"-mlle short line linking Plttsburgs by a quick and rapid route to Easton, Pa., which would bring tho rich coal and steel-producing center of Pennsylvania several hours nearer the Atlantic seaboard. But friendship has-won a notable victory for Central when other efforts failed. Loree, tho fighter, could not bo moved through force, suasion or cajol- erle, but It happens that, the Delaware & Hudson head, who appeared to hold Doctor Joseph Zabokrtslty of Oak J most of the railroad presidents in dl.s- Park, Bald that the breaking of tho spinal cord usually results In immediate death. Unlike other tissues, he added, the spinal cord will not knit and there was no expectation that Warden would recover. daln because they had not passed, as ho did, through the rough and ready ploneerlnK days of American railroading, holdn a profound respect and esteem for Kredcriok E. AVIIllamson, llio new president of the Central, who, GASOLINE ALLEY Room for One More BY KING like himself, worked up from a humble po.sii.lon. Williamson became president of the Central January 1, 1932."" When, In the recent Interstate com- j merce commission consolidation de- I crec, Delaware & Hudson was left as a sort of orphan In the grouping of the country's eastern roads Into four principal systems, Loree and hie Delaware & Hudson were left free and clear of any alliances with Pennsylvania, New York Central, Baltimore & Ohio or Van Swerlngon systems, although It was desired covetously by the largo trunk lino systems. Although small, the road l.s an Important route, having valuable connections. The purchase of Central stock by Delaware & Hudson Is expected, therefore, to arouse determined opposition from tho other trunk line carriers. " 'I But Lorcc Is said by his friends tu 1 have placed himself in tho snug position that he usually seems ablo to reach. •» « * Retired Naval Man Pensioned and Dies (Amtoelaled l'rcin Iicaecd Wire) LONG BEACH, Jan. 31.—Mort Gal- vln, G4, retired lighthouse keeper, who was pensioned lust Sept ember after 3u years In tho government service, died of henrt disease here today. 7lo served as a fireman on the U. S. S. BOMlon In tho battle of Manlln bay and after his war .service bocaim- » lighthouse keeper. He was stationed at various lights along tho northern Pacific coast. f Rent— -Roms TO GENTLEMAN — Very desirable room, reasonable, with bath, private entrance, use of phone. Also garage. Must bt) seen to bo appreciated. Phone :;ni3-M. 153 NICK furnished, heattd room, telephone. All eonrenlmres. rfra?m)ithU'. Ute 1102 T street. of i For 'HgnU— Rooms i With Board UOOM and board. 19.60 per week. Comfortable ; fooms. pleasant surrounding's. Freu parkt>?|. Also transient dinners. 30 cents. "028 Ntn*- ittnln itrtot. Telmhon« ua7. _ 8-g7-:t j DOAUD tuid room, with congenial young p?op)e. i Can accommodate two young men c/v two youni ludles. lUasonaJjle rales. 2225 ElElUecnth 6trc?l. 181 For Rentr— Houses NEW. MODEll.N HOUSE TOK 11KNT. CAIJTOH- MA AVEMiU 1'AItK TIlAf.'T. SBIC H. I' ' SMITH rtlONK 118. 1725 CIlKSTKIt li'J 80T HE WOM'T DO, SKEEriX. \ HE fSNJ'T VERN BRIGHT AMD YOU'pe OLD ENOUGH. weve GOT TO SOMEBODY OLDER THAN WE ARE. BUT HEARD-VOO SAN THE ROAT5S ARE PULL OF HALF-WITS CARS. CMOKI EMIL, Give NOU A CIDG INJ A SWELL CAR COMPETEMT ] BUILDING PERMITS : Joe Bellomlnl, JIOO—Repairs, 2631 I G street. ! Joe Barlff, f00—Collar, 2J10 P street. • Oeorgo A. Knowlos, guruge', $76— I 1709 Maple. , « »» ' PLUMBING PERMITS | , C. H. Mueller, $300—131' K street. John Obertr, $,'160—522 M street; Koy Foley, contractor. | .1. Muynurd, $20—1415 Sixth street; | sumo. i *-•-» I Five-sevenths of tho estimated c*a) ; reserves of the world are In No»ih | America. More than hulf of tlic j bituminous coul of the world is In j the United States^ Legal Notices THE BUNGLE FAMILY Ha, the Green-Eyed Monster? By HARRY J. TUTIIILL PROBATE No. 52S3. _ UNFURNISHED HOUSES TOR KENT 2807 California avenue, ?30.00 411 C Ktreet, J23.00 303 East Nineteenth Btrect, J17.&0 1411 Eureka. $20.00 BRANDT "INVESTMENT CO. ! 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 129S _ 1-37-tf ! TOUR-P.OOM home, nicely furnished, \ ?2D.OO. Plvo rooms, breakfast room, j lovely fenced yurd, JOT. GO. Applv i U31 Oregon. _ 1-28-tf i L'M'UHMSlUilJ, beautiful, modem duplex. In Alta Vista Tract. JUnt 129. Water paid. 310 Qulncy street. I'hono 4149-J. 108 WHY JO WHAT'S WRONG? WHEN YOU OPF.NE.D THE DOOP. I NOTlceD AND DCWMCK. WEP.E BACK HCR.E TODAY IN'ONE OF THE GRUBBER. CARS. AND CLAfVA, OF COURSE, HAD THE CHAUFFEUR. KEEP BLOWING THE HORN SO THE NEIGHBORS HERE COULD SEE WHAT A LITTLE , PROSPERITY »-, DOES TO > SOME (PEOPLE OR BENT—Dupltt, BOS L street. Cheap, phono 600. Ti-lc- 130 POUR-BOOM cottage for rent. J1I.50 month. 1H31 Buena Vlstt. See Sir. Ergo at Belle Park cro- cerj". 180 FOR BENT—U-room furnished collate, with ca- , ra,ie. Llehts and tvuter paid. Use tif iihone. i ttent 114. 2016 Forrest street. Pliont SCG1-W. - 1H A.CKEH. cood icround, on highway. Free dlWi , mt«r. Modern house, with bath. Newly doco- * rated. Phone 2118, or Cheater Aienue Garage. 160 l'-l te 1 I^OB ,B£NT — Furnished 5-room house. Also 7- room house. Call 521 I street. VPIIKIB" 1 '" 4-roum ruiiuiio. Jll iiei , WavMr vatO. Appljr 1HJO ft etteoU t; " '* J ' \*A> *•! moiuh. f THEY JUST DROPPED IN I WELL ANYHOW. . \ . . DERRICK EXPLAINED WHILE ^ HE PUFFED ON A BIG CIGAR, A TO GET THAT BUNDLE O FINANCIAL PAGES HE ALWAYS CLIPPED OUT OF PAPER. YOU SHOULD -IAVE SEEN HOW CLARA OUT OF THAT BIG CArV. CAME U HERE IN A CAR, EH? AND A WEEK AGO RIDING TO THE END OF THE LINE AND BACK ON THE STREE CAR WAS A BIG THRILL AT THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY CLARA LET ME KNOW THEY ALREADY CALL ALL THE 4 GRUBBERS BY THEIR FIRST NAME. AND TO MAKE ^_ MY EYES POP OUT A LITTLE FARTHER,. SHE c CALLED UP MR.S. GRUBBER. TO DERRICK. r t<mall<M ajiwUeslt,H». M. A WHILE AGO ^ OLD MAN GRUBBER WAS COLLECTING RARE STAMPS. _, NOW IT LOOKS/^ AS THOUGH { HE'S GONE IN \_ FOR ODD f/^ RELATIVES- ) IN-LAW. J IMAGINE THOSE PEOPLE PUSHING THEMSELVES IN WITH THE GRUBBERS SO SOON. OF COURSE IT MEANS JUST NOTHING TO ME r..,.WELL ,I'M NOT GOING' TO EVEN THINK ABOUT IT. i Order and Notice of Order uppolnt- j Ing 'rime und fluco for Proving Will nnd Hearing Application for Letters 1 Twstumontury Tliernon. In tho Superior Court of tho State uf • (!iillfonila In and for tho County of Kern. In the Mutter of the Estate of Amoa j Clinton Collins, Deceased, Julia Collins, having filed a pe- ', tllloit for Hrobato of Will und praying • for Ijottura 'restumontury of the os- I tutu of Anius Clinton Collins, deceased. i rmSHlSKOniS, In itecordunco wU)i i Section :i27 of the Probate Code, IT flS HURHBY ORDEIUSD, that TuesdtS'. I February 14, 1933, at 10 o'clock li. in. I of that day, and tho Court Room of Department No. 2 of the Superior Court, at the Court House, In tho City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, bo and the same is hereby appointed as the time and place for proving the Wll of sald^deceaaed and for hearing theRip- pllcatlon of the petitioner for tllo Issuance to said petitioner of Letter* Testamentary thereon, when and where any person Interested may appear and contest the same.' And it. Is further ordered that notice thereof be published In The Bakersfleld Cali- fornlan for tho time required by law. Dated January 30, 1933. at V. E, SMITH, County Clerk nnd ex-OfflcIo Clerk of 1 Superior Court. Jan. 31 to l''el>. 19, Inc.

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