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14 THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1933 I 'I- F OU convenience of patrons The Bnltersfleld Cnllfornlnn agents listed below will receive classified advertising and sub- icrlptlons at tho regular rates: Olldalo Pharmacy ARVIN K, Dawson Store TAPT Marlposa Cigar and News Co. MARICOPA Gate City Pharmacy McKITTRTCK Templcton Drug Co. FELLOWS Waggoner News Dealer SHAFTER Shaftcr Drug Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News Stand McFARt-AND August Chandler The Callfornlan Carrier DELANO Mitchell Bakery TETIACHAP1 Tehachapl News Stand GRAPEVINE McLarty's Store 1.EBEC Lebec Coffee Shop REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN Bill Hills Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The Callfornlan will not be responsible for errors in Classified Advertisements taken over tele- phono unless correction Is made Immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE For Rent—Rooms With Board BOOM tntl board, ID.BO per week., comtortan'.* toomi, pleasant surroumllnis. Fret parking. Alio transient dinners, 50 eenta. 2029 NIn'- Kenth itrnl. Telephone 607. 8-87-;t For Sale—Improved Farms I Radio, Musical Instruments For Rent—Houses UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT 3-bedroom modern home, double ga- rago. Water puld. $40.00 per month. 2-bedroom house at J2G.OO per month. 4-room house, partly furnished, $17.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phono 1298 2-1-tf POIl BA1.B, for first mortgage, on terma. Or will runt 10-scre chicken rinch. Closo In, on boulevard. G-room house. Hardwood floors. Water and olcrtr lolly. Alia shade and fruit. P. T, HulllTin, 3112 Soventcenah street. Or Sylvester F. Wells, Professional hiilldlru, For Sale—Automobiles FOR RION'T, furnished, five rooms and sleeping porch. Yard fenced, good district. $27.50, water paid. Phono 121!). 160 rorn-HOOM furnished duplex, with mr»o. Rent $20. Water natd. 1400 Tlilrd street. Phone 2128-W. 160 TOim-nOOM furnished houie, 1014 Nlles street. Inquire 2000 Oreion street. 101 FOUR-ROOM home, nicely furnished, $25.00. Five rooms, breakfast room, lovely fenced yard, $37.50. Apply 1431 Oregon. 1-28-tf FOUn-noOM cottage for rent, $12,50 month. 1031 Bueni Vista. See Mr. Ergo it Beale 1'ark grocery. 180 roil RENT—5-room unfurnished house In Doscanso Park. Phono 2PM. 160 FIVE-ROOM furnished house. $25. Near grammar and Mai) schools. 1800 Oranio ttroet. Phone B71-.M. 100 FOR RENT—Purnlihed 4-room ilupln. PrlftliUlrc. water and mrblgo paid. 1028 Illchlaml riare. 161 1932 Ford V-8 sedan, $195 down. 1832 Ford V-8 coupe, $105- clown. 1031 Ford 4 sedan, $125 down. 1930 Ford 4 sedan, $100 down. 1928 Ford 4 sedan, $75 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 and Chester. Phono 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 182 SPECIAL, SAL.E Used pianos and radios. Real guaranteed bargains at low prices and terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler building. ' 182 Fruits and Vegetables For Sale—Miscellaneous SPUDS I SPUDS I Bhaftor No. 2. suck, 70 cents; carrots, onions, turnips, bunch, 1 cent; cahbmic, pound, 1 cent; fancy Pippin apples, bos, 05 conts. Tffonty-nlnth street ind Chcitor arcnuo. fruit stand. 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.36. 100 pounds ijcratch,, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. GANN & ROSS, Olldule, Calif. ia-8-tf ltou»». Hardwood floors. Qulnrj-. I near Dcalo. Half-price rent. Man nnd wife. | lllnman. 527 Qulncy. Telephone 1047-R. | FIVK-IIOOM furnished IIMISC. two bedrooms, gar- nfte. Kent rory rcasnnnlile to responsible party. Inquire 220 Chester arcnuc. 101 roil nlONT—5-room furnished house, al Qulnry. Phone 880. 718 102 Special Announcements SPECIAL reduced rates. Jsr.z piano. 12 lessons. No scales or eierclies. \Vatermin Piano School. 1660 Chester arenue. room 10.'. 168 VOU can save money by consulting our Advisory Department before malting funeral arrangements. Phono 5032 or 340. Bakersfield Memorial Park, Inc. 182 Personals NOTICE—Anrono owning cattle on pasture at 8. P. Green ranch south of Kern Lake, call at 1713 I- street at once, or phone, 035-J. FOR RENT — 3-room unfurnished house, $10. Also 5-room unfurnished house. Call 717. H>2 MODERN 5-room cottage. Double garage with cement flnnr. 201 C street. Phone C20. Henry Blsalcr. 2-2-tf TOR HKNT. furnished. Ti-room modern. Hoalo Park district, J2H.OO; fko rooms nnd sleeping porch, walking instance, $33.00. Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1.100 Nineteenth street. Phone 383. 2-2-lf USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 191,0 Chevrolet sedan, $100 down. 1930 Ford coupe, r. s., $100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 Do Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSK1ELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 22SH 182 FOR SALE—A-I baled dairy nay. Call' E. Souzu, 2626 L street. Phone 2853-W. • . 167 AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, $2.00. Franklin Glas<* Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tt A FEW very choice flower bulbs fit greatly reduced prices—tulips, hyacinths, ranunculus, etc. Also full line of garden seeds and fertilizer. Flloldnger, 930 Eighteenth 182 M. P. street. Phone 100. At:TO I'AlNTINO. "DUCO," $12.50 TO $2S.OO. 11ODY AND FENDER REPAIR. «PKEHLEHS PAINT SHOP. P1IONE 270. 2319 "EYE" STRUCT. 183 FUR SAL.I;—About 40 tons alfalfa hay In stack. W. J. Newell, Hello Temu-o. Phone 745-J. 162 SHRUBS, roses, fruit, shade and ornamental trees. Garden plants at reasonable prices. Cunadny Nursery Co., 314 E. Twenty-first street. 1G1 (CASH AND CARRT ONLY) 100 Lbs., Reclennod, Highest tirad* TOO LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. rocleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1,85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, «0o. •MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Over it period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount, Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. P1ONBER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf Poultry and Livestock..,.. FOIt SALE or trade, whin Holland turkey toms. Phono 1618-W. 16(l YATES turkey Ranch and Hatcher, Shatter, Calif. Baby turks for »«le, from free range, Block. Electric, oil. itai Incubators. Custom hatching. . 160 Business Cards BLOOD-TESTED baby chicks. Custom hatching solicited. Bring eigs, Thursdays. Krammes' Hatchery, Ml. Vornon avenue. Phono 4086. 100 ONLY a few more nlco fat corn-fed turkey lioni left, 18 cent« pound. Dressed free. Phone 8TS2-R-3. FOR SALE—On» 8-year-old Jersey bull. Sood stock. UaJf-mlle south of Palm School. O. W. Michael, Route 6, Boi 370. 1'hone 7-F-13. HI Sl'BCIAL, while Ihey last, hcnvy broilers, average ant Hi each, four for $1.00. Also day-old and . (tailed chicks at reduced prices. Guaranteed hatching eggs. lUvervlew Hatchery, Belle avc- nuo, North Chester. 161 2-YKAn-OI,D purebred Dolstoln bull, trade for heifer. Will buy heifer bulls for service. Delivered. Livestock hauling. 2-year-old pinto stud, trade. Phone 2306-W, Brewers' Dairy. 102 DR. W, TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Bays Headache Is easy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S BKRVICB FOR 110 Over Hushes Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Fhon* 1110-1 PIANO TUNING Victory Registered Tuner 18,00 Satisfaction Guaranteed CARL A. BTRD I'hone ISOO-H 030 Truilun Ateamt WOOD. Uemiitnbor Peoples' Wood Yard, for dry. sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prtcea right. Phone 2300. 170 FOR SALIC—Pulverized sheep manure, 25 cents a sack, delivered. Phono '1471-W. 180 ALL KINDS of well rootril berry plants; artichokes and asparagus roots. Shrubs. Red setting eggs. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo, Frultvale. 170 OAK WOOD, all sites and lengths, tor fireplaces and stoves. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Hears' lea Delivery. Phone 1808. 161 MUST SELL. Show- rasrs. scales, cash registers, meat sllcers, adding machines, freezor cases. Meat market, sturo, restaurant equipment. 800 Baker. 178 1930 Nash coupe, $295. 1023 Chevrolet coupe, $195. 1928 Essex sport coupe, $95. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, $05. J91!9 l''ord sedan, $195. 1929 Puckurd deluxe sedan, $6aii. 1931 07 Bulclf sedan, like new, ?79f>. Phono 831 HO!) ISth St. 182 GOVERNOR QUESTION FOR IIBNT. unfurnished. 5-room modern. South Tt. $25.00: B-room modern, Highland Park. S.25.00; ,1-room modern, 'i-acrc. $20.00: five rooms. H4 acres. $20.00. Howard Nichols. Inc., l.-.OO Nineteenth street. Phono 383. 2-2-tf For Rent—Apartments apartments. Nineteenth and D. OTer- atuffcU furniture. FrlRldslre. D-room house, 2000 Oranco. Apply 2031 Nineteenth street, itro- eery store. Phone .".524-.1. 173 TWO ROOMS, with sleeplnt porch. Prliate bath. M 192S Oakland sedan, $175. j 1928 Buick Kpt. coupe, reground, $225, TOP PRICKS PAID FOR AUTOS Chester nt 24th Phone 5828 182 bo vscatcd at once. 10= : COMBINATION card nnd teacup read- Ing. Draper's ranch, II street, two blocks south Brundage Lane. Financial Neivly renovated and cleaned, avenue. $18. Including lights. 2321 Trust™ 101 KOa nENT—Modern apartment. Electric refrigeration. Hcrecned sleeping porch. Close In. Rent reasonable. M03 Fourteenth street. 162 FOB nENT—3-room furnished apartment, wll'ri bath. Sllrer. linen, cai and lights Included. Nice sleeping porrll for summer. Car spare. Very reasonable. 2007 Twentieth street. JACK 8122— Our SPECIALS for this week , 1930 Ford sport coupo, $215.00; 1930 Ford sport roadster, 6 w. w., $165.00; 1930 De Sot'o de luxe coupe, a honey, ! $295.00. i Terms—Trades—Trucks ! PAT'S CAR MA11K13T Phone 1724 231G Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 182 •WIT,.!... SACRIFICE 1932 DODGE BUS- IN'KS.S COUPK. ONLY $265. TERMS. 1601 F.IGIITlCir.NTII STREET. 160 $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 YEA P. (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 5 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 105;! i 182 ! For Rent—Farm Land FOR RENT, IMPROVED FARM ,L,AND 40 acres, near Arvin. Good pumping plant. >od p ust bi Tenant must be able to finance himself. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 1-27-tf FLOYD DUXLAP 1523 20th Street. Phone 891 U2 ilONKT TO LOAN—We hare an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Long term loans. 0'4 per cent Interest. Guy Orrenleaf. secretary. No. 228 Jefferson street. Phone 4123-w. j TOR RENT—Two-aero chicken ranch. ! Vista Park tract, J20. Will sell or I trade. Phone 026. Henry Elssler. 1 i-r,o-tf 1927 Hi-ton Graham flat body truck. Good tlre.s and machinery In good order. Cheap for cash. Phono S74-J. 161 HORIZONTAI 1 Young cow. 5 Smallest particle. 10 Stitches. 14 Changing; colored jewel. 15 Solitary. 16 To escape through a crevice as gas. 17 Herbert Lehman *ls governor of U. S. A.? 19 Kx premier of Hungary. 21 To devour. 22 Frost bite. 23 Moved along the edge. 27 Vegetative. Answer to Previous Puzzle SACRIFICE—1930 Chevrolet club sedan. Fine condition, with new paint, new rubber. Buy this for economical transportation. See at 2279 Park Way. Phone 3791-W. 160 1023 FORD roadster. In running condition, $10. Phono 1304-M. 42 Prong. 43 To beseech. 45 Appropriate for song. 47 To place. 48 Estimated perfect golf score, 49 Rugs. 31 Small tablets. 53 Slender lofty 32 Later. tower. 34 Short-billed 57 State of rail. , shaking. 35 Form of be. 58 Comforts. 24 Dry table-land in South Africa. 25 Perfect pattern. 26 First appearance. 27 Purchasable. 28 Invigorating medicine. 29 Center of amphitheater. 30 Part of coat collar. 33 Strife. 39 Ladle. 40 Subject of a portrait. 41 One who typewrites. 42 Long-drawn speech. 44 Billiard rod. 46 Hastened. ONK Bontle Heavy work mate and harness. Small saddle horse. Cheap. 0 Harris I.BJIC, near Ueatdsloy School. K STREET Poultry Market, 8005 K street. I'hone 4G36. Colored hens. 21 cents pound; colored fryers, 22 cents pound: Muscovla ducks, 1? cents pound; Mallard ducks, 11.1 cents each. Dressed, drawn and delivered. Wanted, poultry. For Exchange—Miscellaneous WILL TRADE equity In automobile radio for small table model. Phone 2831. 160 WILL EXCHANGE carpenter work for car or will give reasonable estimate on contract or day work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phono Mr. Norrls, 1378. 161 Wanted to Buy--Miscellaneqys SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS IlEDUCINO Colonle IrrUalloh INSTITUTE 01' HYDHOTHERArT 1112 F Street 0 t. ra. to 9 p. m. Phone. JOSI LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Unexcelled—That Is Our Simla Ten Different Services and Zorle Odorless Dry Cleanlni CITIZENS LAUNDRY Sliteenth ind O Streets , Phone Ji» Legal Notices STATEMENT OF MINUTES BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR MEETING HELD MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1933. Board met In regular session at 10 o'clock A. M., with all members except Supervisors Hart and Abel present. The minutes for tho meeting held Monday, January 16, 1933, were approved and Statement of Minutes of said meeting approved and ordered BUY quicksilver at a reasonable price at tho United Iron and Metal Com- liany. 2810 Cheater avenue. 160 GOOD ."> or G-room house. Must he cheap for rush, (lire full particulars. P. O. Boi 108. Ilakers- fleld. 1C2 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOMU TAX BlinVICU. AUDITS. 8TSTBMS Hulta 103, Profesilonal Building I'hone 4591 DOUOLASS: CASH PAID POU CAUS. 2105 I 1025 Dodge coupe; four almost now Firestone tires; new paint; runs good. Down $2."]. 1928 landau Oakland sedan; orerhauled, $1CO. 36 Curse. 37 Cluster of wool fibers. 38 Street. 60 Chief magistrate of Venice. 61 Agent. 40 Inferior cotton 62 Laughing, cloth. 63 Brink. VEKTIOAJLi 1 To peruse. 2 Monkey. 3 Legal rule. 4 Aviators. 5 Fur called sable. 6 Kind. 7 Negative. 8 Writing fluid. 50 Since. 9 Baser. 51 To regret 10 Slants. 11 Snaky fish. 12 Manner. 13 Type ot snow* •hoe. IS Grain. 20 Outfit. DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHUlOPHACTOa . PeJnlets System Cftmptcte Electrotherapy Serrlce, Foot Correetloni Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5. 7 to 8 p. n. lloous 111-112-113 Moreen Bulldlni 1711 Chester Arenue Telephone C510 Lady Attendant Legal Notices printed. Claims against allowed. tho County were I NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP- I ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE ! No. 124,808 IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 49 Vulrar fpllow I THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN 49 vulgar fellow. AND Ffm THB COUNTY op LOS ANGELES. In the Matter of the Estate of Q. \ M. Jones, Deceased. 1 Notice is hereby given that under ! and pursuant to the law made and i provided, the undersigned, Olive B. 1 Jones, Ruth Jones Wright and Olive I Jone.s Peplow, the duly appointed, I qualified and acting executrtees of tho exceedingly. 52 Capuchin monkey. 53 Males. 54 Wand. 55, Embryo bird, 56 Golf device. 23 Booms or gaffs. 59 Souih America I For Sale—Improved Property! Automotive Service $2000.00—Foreclosure, two arras outside the city, \ good 5-room house, u-ash house, one double car- ; use. one single garage, several largo chicken \ houses. Bight orange trees, two fig and two ivalnut. 17 peach and apricots, 10 grapu vinos. ! Ka«r terras. Taylor & Taylor. 1000 Chester \ ' i avenue. Phono 712. 100 HAVE client wants partner in good CAUFO RNIA 3-room house, tailboard finish. paying business. Wishes to expand. | rorch ,,„„,,„ „„,, b , th f , iuirti . MoTed ,,„ Business Opportunities Elmer V. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 i Eighteenth street. l-2S-tf | WANTED—To buy until grocery store with sen- tea union. Phone 3121-M. 100] GOOD guollne station, three pumps, grocery store and IK Ing quarters on main street. Writa lloi 162, The Callfornlan. 102 TOH RBST~W«I1 equipped pool hall and restaurant, 1023 t, street. Apply 2113 TVenty-ftrit street. Phone 5524-J. 163 your property, $260, street. Wright. 1418 KlghUenth AUTO TOPS. CUnTAINH. UPHOLSTBniNO At greatly reduced prices. Guaranteed work. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS Eighteenth and O. Phono 056. U2 For Salc-r-Furniture roll BALE—Storey *; Clarh electric player-piano and cabinet Sterling radio. Sacrifice. Phong •1010. WO CHICKEN RANCH—3-room modern house. Hard- U'ood floors, tile sink, etr. Nearly tuo acres. ICqulpped for about 800 chickens. Owner has had to glre place up. Can bo bought for $.1350. nhtch Is far below cost of production. Small Initial payment, balance like rent. Howard Nichols, Inc.. 1500 Nineteenth street. Phone 3«3. a-a-tf Contractors and Builders For Exchange—Property GOOD CAP.PKNTER, painter and paperhanger. Very reasonable. Phone aeo-w. Day or contract. Anywhere. 160 Help Wantedrr-Male HAVE B-room home close to Bakersfield, rented. No encumbrance. Will exchange for Baltersfleld home and assume small loan. Elmer K. Karpe. Phone 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. l-l!S-tf WANTED—NeU appearing, honest and reliable men, resident! of Kern county, age 21 to 40, industrious and idlllng to work full or pan time, In Bakenfleld, Tart, Delano and Wasco. Kssy, ' pleasant and profitable \vork. Ambitious men ,.-an earn $3.00 to $10.00 per day. Unusual opportunity for advancement to men who prove their efflelency and ability. References required. Applicants must apply In person, between 1 and 3, ' ;:30-8:30 p. m.. at 2424 Sunset. Bakersfleld, Calif. " MAX age t'7 to 4;, to take charge established business. Requirements: educstton. salesmanship, references, bond, automobile. Boi W-5, The Callfomlan. 10J Help Wanted—Female Oll2 OBNUINB Wilton ruz. $25: Bll2 genuine Akbar scainlcss Wilton, $27.50: new 9il2 genuine Aimlnster. $17.50: used SilO Aimlnster, $0.73. DaTii Furniture Exchange^ £105 Chester avcniin. ' 101 Bi;VMR.M, used overstuffed suites, bed springs, mattresses and dressers, very reasonably priced. Walnut bed and dresser. $18.50: office desk. $3.50. Claude n. Mlnner, 1111 Nineteenth. 100 New Innersprlng Mattresses, $8.25 Walnut Dresser and Bed. $15 Fibre Tings, 6xfl, $XOO IVAN L. TFAMM Phono , n ,41 HOP Blghtcentli St. 182 I Radio, Musical Instruments FOR EXCHANGE, by owner, 5-acre chicken ranch, good house and garage, water iind poultry pen.s. !<(, acres of alfalfa. Want clear lot or small house In rlty. Phono 127!). K,U MUSICAL instruments for school musicians. Large stock of good used band and orchestra Instrument!*. Sensible prices and small payments. Phillips Music Company, corner Twentieth itml "Eyo" streets. 160 CMtate of G. M. Jones, deceased, will sell at private sale, to the highest and best bidder, subject to 'confirmation of said Superior Court, on or after tho 13th day of February, 1933, at the law offices of Weber & Kldder, Room 1200 Bay Cities Building. 221 Santa Monica Boulevard, In the City of Santa Monica, county of Los Angeles, state of 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, state of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Tho NWU of Section 10, township 20 south, range 25 east, S. B. B. M. Terms of tale, cash, In lawful money of tho United States on confirmation of sale, or part cash and balance evidenced by notes secured by mortgage on the property so sold. Ten per cent of the amount of the bid to be deposited with tho bid. Bids or offers to bo In writing and will bo received at the aforesaid office at any time after; the firs', publication hereof and before date of sale. Dated January 26, 1333. OLIS'12 B. JONES, TUTTT-T JONES WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW, ISxecutrU'CB of the Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Weber & Kldder, W. E. Byrne, 1200 Buy CItlOH Bldg.. Santa Monica, Calif. I AUorrioj'H for Executrlces. 1 ,l:iti. 2S to Fob. S, inc. The District Attorney was directed to prepare an Ordinance providing for the protection of wild flowers In Kern County. The sum of 12.50, being refund from County Officials, was received and filed. Tho following applications for business licenses wer granted, viz: S. A. Percy, Bakersfield. Pablo Mojlca, Bakersfield. Sir. and Mrs. O. Hopkins, Brown. Jack de Alba, Mojave. Hazel Nutt, Klvervlew. Ben Lehman, McFarlund. Chas. Clearwater, Taft. The sale of two Hoyal Typewriters in tho offlc6 of the County Clerk to Royal Typewriter Company, Inc., for the sum of $60.00, was confirmed. Supervisor Woollomes was authorized to sell 0 'tiers of wood no longer needed by the County, and the sale of • said wood for tho sum of J24.50 was confirmed. The Board will sell at auction on the Courthouse steps at 11 o'clock A. M. Monday, January 30, 1933, one 1D30 Studebaker Sedan flo -longer needed by the County. Requisitions were approved. Julm D. Henderson was appointed Acting Librarian of Kern County. The Chairman of the Board was authorized to sign agreement with the Department of Agriculture of the State of California, providing for the •rudlcatlon of camel's thorn In Kern County. Board took a recess until 2 o'clock '. M., Friday, January 27, 1933. Friday, January 27, 1D33. Board met at 2 o'clock P. M., pur- uant to recefK of January 23, 1933, with all members except Supervisor Hart present. Claims against the County were Allowed. Board adjourned until Monday, January 30, 1933, at 10 o'clock A. M. F. E. SMITH, Clerk of the Board. Such Debtors Not Faced .by Same Conditions of Many Others (M»«ocfa<ed Press Lcatad Wire) ' TVriSW YORK, Feb. 2.—Credit •"• vfinance companies which carry a large part of automobile Installment paper say they are not coli-' stdering any general modification* of. their contract requirements. . 1 Officials of these concerns aspei't that the Installment debtor, barring. Isolated cases, is not faced by the same conditions which affect farm ' and other property holders. Tho companies, however, tiro will- Ing to have It known that they are not Indifferent to tho difficulties of Individual debtors. The owner of an automobile bought on time who finds himself In temporary embarrassment Is dealt with as leniently as possible "consistent with sound business principles," it was explained. r' Retain Old Methods It was said that the drastic defla- , tlon and liquidation of Installment accounts since 1929 removes tho necessity for any general departure from the established collection terms. While It Is Impossible to obtain accurate figures on the amount of automobile paper outstanding, the finance companies assert that It has boon reduced In each of the last throe years In proportion to the progressive decline In'sales of automobiles. Trend Illustrated This trend is clearly Illustrated official figures showing that credit companies financed the sale of 3,553,-' 393 new and used cars in 1929 as com-' pared with 1,367,894 cars In -1932, and likewise by the drop In the average automobile Installment note to $351 last year from 1450 In 1929. The greater preponderance of demand for cars selling for less than $1000, hns also tended to keep the volume of paper down. Liberal Policy on Mortgages Urged (Afnoclateit Pre»» Looted Wire) WASHINGTON. Feb. 2.—Receivers of national banks have been Instructed by the controller of the currency to pursue a liberal policy in regard to farm mortgages. Officials said today It was their altitude not to foreclose on any mortgages held by suspended banks whcro the owner of the property co-operated by remaining on the farm and endeavoring to keep It up. Order and Notice of Order appointing Time and Place for Proving Will arid Hearing Application for Letters Testamentary Thereon. In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Kern. In the Matter of the Estate of Amos Clinton Collins, Deceased. | Julia Collins, having filed a petition for Probate of Will and praying ( for Letters Testamentary of the es- | tate of Amos Clinton Collins, deceased. THEREFORE, In accordance with Section 327 of the Probate Code, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that Tuesday, Alderman Presents Depression Panacea (United Pre»s Leaned Wire) MONTREAL, Feb. 2.—Alderman J. A. Francoeur believes a sure cure for tho depression would be a complete elimination of young women from business. He told the Quebec Legislature that women were to blame for the depression and should not be allowed to enter economic competition until they were 21. Pres. Lebrun Hopes to Visit in America I United Preii Leaned Wire) PARIS, Feb. 2.—President Lebrun hope's to visit tho United States, he . . told a delegation from the American February 14, 1933, at 10 o'clock a. in. chamber of Commerce visiting the Departmenr- No'* "'o^'To sSK? I ='*»«• Pa "" :c - Tho *'««* c ° nstlt "Court, at the Court House, in tho City! Hon permits tho president to leave of Bakorafleld, County of Kern, be and j Franco except when Parliament Is in the same is hereby appointed as the session. The prenident did not Indi- tlmo and plare for proving the Will of cate when he nilent i, la ke the trip. Hald deceased and for hearing the ap- ^. . ^ plication of the petitioner for the issuance to said petitioner of Letters Testamentary • thereon, when and where uny person Interested may ap- FsTurme'r that noTice thereof be published In The Bakersfield Call- fornlan for the time required-by law. Dated January 30, 1933. F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-Offlcio Clerk of Superior Court. ,T:in. .11 to Feb. 10. Inc. GASOLINE ALLEY Hook, Line and Snicker By KING 'THIS AD WILL ONLY APPEAR ONCE) As housekeeper with board and room In small family — willing to work with objei'c of .'avlng a good home. Not a f'.arled j< b, HH remuneration will be small. I'urnish reference l>y mall only, and if same as Katlsfac- torv, you will bo given interview. Address "Chester," P. O. Box 92, BakersflelO. _ Help ' War [tg«?_— Salesmen SALESPEOPLE— Neat appearing: If | $4 per day Interests you, see D. J. Dolly. 1715 Eighteenth, Apl. 1. 1CI MBN WANTED for llawlellh rwjtn of 800 <rn- Burners In city uf DsktrsflelU, rtmntfM of Ksst Kern, Inyo and parts of Santa Ba/bira. Reliable I hustler can start earning *'J.1 uerkly ami In- > <?re«s« «ery month, ^^•l^te Immediately, naw. lelch Company, Department CA-4-U, Oakland, | Calif. _ I Situations i Wanted— Female l KII'BIHKNCKD iclrl. nor'j nl(ht or day at ! 25 cents hour. t'oolf, clfran. saria dliutv*,,. Plume !!II33. IUU j -TMANJKS, WALT. I JUST TO RWD OUT IF IT WAS AM-/ OOOD. IT ISKJ'T WORTH- A A aALLOSJ. / WALT, THEY'RE SELLIM' THAT REJOOV BODV POLISH OVER AT BUNKERS' FOR '22 CEMTS. REGULAR SO CENT SI7E. IT'S SWELL. STUFF. WILL IT DO AWN GOOD TMIS OLD CHARIOT OF THE BOVS? AVBFW. WE TRIED CAN OF THAT RGJOOV FINISH. ITS TERRIBLE, OOST AS WELL OSE LARD Rtg. U. S. Pat. 0*.; Copyright, IN), by The Chlcaso Trtbij*. By HARRY J. TUTHILL Josephine Is Happy, and Ye THE HUNGLE FAMILY ASKS. AND IT IS GIVEN SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2. (A. P.)— Modesto Maccari, who said he was an Impoverished Italian nobleman and appealed for somebody to "adopt" him and his daughter, Maria, S, has so many offers of help he doesn't know which to accept. A widow who runs a grocery store in Sun Bruno offere,a him a home for help in tho store. DoKt- ens of persons have offered itld.. "Whatever is best for little Jtfarla -I will do," he said. AND TEN GALLON HATS? AKRON, Ohio., Feb. 2. (A. P.)— When Sheriff Ray Potts started woar T ing .bright yellow gloves and spats. his deputies said plenty — to one another. Today, this notice appeared on the jail bulletin board: "Notlcu to all deputies: On and after February 3, all deputies are requested to wear spats all the time they are on duty." CITIZENSHIP RESTORED WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. (U. P.)— President Hoover restored Thomas W. Miller, former alien property custodian, to citizenship today. Miller, who served during the administration of President Harding, was sentenced tu JIS months' Imprisonment In Atlanta on charges of defrauding the government In 192S. Legal Notices _ Q1VB mother's care to child In uy home. Casa Loros. Ituulc a. Km 20ii-U. _ 1GO GRADUATE nurse wsjits position In doctor's cr ' dentist's ufflct, full or part tiuu. Box 883, The ' Calllomlao. _ 100 WHITE woman, not young, has reference. Gooil cook and housekeeper. Go any place. 101? Bro-vn street. 161 UKPKNTMBLB uonun wants work. CoUectTnt, housework, or whst hare* you? Phona U3B1. WOMAN with good reference, wants work of any ; kind, will care for confinement cases. Write . Box 808. Tile Callfornlan. _ 1£0 ' For Rent— Rooms With Board ^""^ i BOARD and room, with oonienlaJ young people, j Cm aocomcioduo two young men or Uu young I Udles. Jtoasonaljlo rates. 2223 Uljluoenih street. I _____ _ IU1 I HOQsf and board, for lady or gentlemen. Laundry ) »nd garago Included. 80e Mrs. Itlrhurdton. at: 1110 y str«t. I'il HO HUM! WELL, JO ISN'T IT J REMAPXABLE CT HOW QUICKLY WE RECOVERED FH.OM THAT J OVERDOSE Or / RELATIVES r_, WE GOT 7 WHEN ( DERRICK \ AND....? N -— PEGGY AND I SAW THEM TODAY. AND I'M POSITIVE CLARA SAW US TOO, FROM THE WAY SHE HELD HER HEAD AS THE CAR THCY WERE IN WHIZZED PAST THEY SPEND A LOT OF TIME TOURING IN THOSE GRUBBER CARS BUT I SUPPOSE THE OLD MAN FIGURES ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN HEARING DERRICK'S IDEAS , ON THE EUROPEAN DEBT, AND SO FORTH. GEORGE T JUST KNOW THAT THOSE PEOPLE WHO, A WEEK AGO DIDN'T HAVE A NICKEL, WILL...WELL,GET BOTH ARMS UP TO THE ELBOWS IN THAT GRUBBER MONEY. WELL JO ANYBODY ] WHO'S ACCUMULATED/ A FEW MILLIONS, / SPENT A LOT OF-/ TIME HITTING /^ GRABBERS ON <-v THE KNUCKLES. ) IMAGINE PEOPLE MAKING A SORT or BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OUT . OF THEIR DAUGHTER. > MARRYING A MAN ENCASED TO PEQGYi OH THE MORE 1 THIMK Of THINGS.. WELL I KNOW THAT SLAPPING MONEY OUT t OF A, MILLIONAIRE'S HAND IS A LOT LIKE TRYING TO TAKE RAW MEAT AWAY FROM A WILDCAT, BUT t'LL ADMIT IT ; LOOKS AS THOUGH DERRICK HAS SOLVED THE GRUBBER. v DEFENSE.^ WHAT GET6 M^ MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE l& CLARA'S CALM ASSUMPTION THAT I ENVY' HER. IMAGINE 1 . OH EVERYTHING IN t~7 THIS AFFA,1P> I JUST MAKES V ME BOIL. IN' RANGE OIL COMPANY, LTD. noom 207 Haberfeldo Building. Seventeenth and Cheater, Bakersfield, ICern County, California. January 31, 1933. NOTICE is hereby given that at n. special meeting, rcpularly called, of tho Board of Directors of Range Oil Company, Ltd., hold on tho Slut day of January, 19U3, an UHSOHHUIOIH of Moven cents per Hhurc was levied upon iKich and every issued and ouUland- ing sliurc of tlio capital Ntock of the .Mild corporation, puyublo tq the Trcah- urur of Kitid corporation ut it« office, room "07 llahc-rfclili) Building, Movnn.- • U'onlli and ClieHlor Mtrocts, City uf Ualierafleld, County of K«rn, State of California. Any sharoB upon which thin assos.".-- ! niout roinulns unpaid on tho 3rd day 1 of March, 1933, will on Bald day bo de| llnciuont and unkssH payment of the ! aKNOHHinent id made in the meantime, said shares, or so many of said shares HH may ba neeeBHury, will be sold at the Kald office of Haiti corporation on thu 21 nt day of March, 1933, at 11. o'clock A, M, of said day to pay the delinquent nssesmneiH, together with five per cent (5%) penalty. Approved and consented to by votd of stockholders holding over two- thirds of Issued and subscribed capital stock at stockholders' meeting held on the 31st day of January, 1983. By order of the Board of Directors. (Seul) II. B. EMMICK, •« Secretary-' Uango Oil Company, !<td., room 207 HaborfelUo Bldg., Halfcraflcld, Cullf. l''ul). 2.

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