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Bakersfield, California
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"T, 11 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1933 YET I F I OU convenience, of patron* The WnltprsflpUl Cnllfornlan npcnts llstort below will receive Hnsslflpfl ndvprtl.Klng nnd subscriptions ut Ilio regular rates: OTt.DATjB Oildale Pharmacy AHVTN E. Daw'Bon Store TAKT Mariposu Cigar nnd News Co. MARICOPA Onto City Pharmacy Mr-KTTTTUCK Tcinplcton Drug Co. Waggoner News Dealer SHAFTBR Shafter Drug Co. WASCO W. c. Thomas News Stand MrKARI-AND August Chandler The Californtan Carrier DET.ANO Mitchell Bakery TKHACHAPT Tchnclmpi News Stand URAPKVIN13 McLarly's Store L.KREC Lcbec Coffee Shop REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN i;ik Hills Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The Cnltfornlan will not he responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over telephone unless correction is made Immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOR CITY SERVICE For Rent—Houses For Sale—Improved Farms HOUSES von RENT 10 rooms, 216 .Eureka street, $30.00. C rooms, 2729 Ijakc street, $36.00. 6 rooms, 720 Pacific strnol, $1f>.00. 6 rooms, 204 Haybert Court," $30.00. 6 rooms, 1315 Tenth street, J2G.OO. 5 rooms, 2G30 Nlles street, $20.00. a rooms, 8524 Li street, $12.50. 4 rooms, 3B06 M street, $12.50. D rooms, 2302 O street, $28.00. 3 rooms, 326 Eighteenth, half duplex, S2G.OD. 6 rooms, 60S M. $10.00. 3 rooms. !)00 Twenty-fifth, $10.00. G rooms, 1240 Chester, $20.00. 10 rooms, 2230 California avenue, $40.00. 4 rooms, 1023 Thirty-third street, $20.00. 6 rooms, 2422 O street, $25.00. 4 rooms, 1018 K street, $20.00. FOLLOWING WITH FURNITURE 3 rooms, 716 Twenty-eighth street, $17.50. 3 rooms, 3715 L, half duplex, SIO.OO. 4 rooms, 1320 1, apartment, $35.00. 3 rooms, 1413 Twenty-seventh, apartment, $25.00. fi rooms, 520 C street, $50.00. 4 rooms, 350!) Jewett, $22.50. 6 rooms, 207 Oleander, $56.011 4 rooms, 1328 Pacific, $35.00. STORES 36x75 storeroom, 717 P, $10.00. 2 storerooms, 615 East Nineteenth, $15.00. 1 storeroom, No. 330 East Nineteenth, $25.On. Brick building, 1405 F, $50.00. UANTJ 40 acres, 12 miles southwest, 'i crop. We Solicit Your Fire Insurance KRT,T.,V & SON 1712 Chester Avenue Phone 303 FOR IU5NT— 5-room furnished Qulncr. Phone 883. houie, at 718 102 FOR RENT — 3 -room ~ Tiiif u rn I sli id house, $10. Also 6-room unfurnished hnusc. Call 717. 162 MODERN 6-room cottage. Double garage with cement floor. 201 C street. Phone 626. Henry Elsslor, 2-2-tf FOR HBNT. unfurnlilietl. 5-room modern. South If. 92.VOO; 5-rcom modem. Highland Parti, $25.00; 5-room mmlern. \-acre. $20.00: flte ronmi. 1H acrei, $50.00. Howard Nichols. Tnc.. 1.10H Nineteenth Hired. Phone 383. 2-2-lf Annouirccmcnts SPECTAI, reduced ratH. Learn Jtti. piano. 12 Itieona. No aealei or eierrliea. Waterman llano School, 1660 Chuter arenue, room 105. 1«8 YOU can save money by consulting our Advisory Department before making funeral arrangements. Phone 5032 or 340. Bakersfleld Memorial Park. Inc. __ 1JJ2 AUCTION, it M. E. Qulncr'l. 2000 Twentieth > street, Saturday. February 4. 10 a. m. Storage coodi In boxes. trunka and cratea. Tloy White, auctioneer. _ Lost—- Found— Strayed i NEW, rurnlihnd 4-room bungalow, latest Improve' menu. Electric refrigerator. 2121 Dracrna ilreet. 1«3 MODERN furnished bungalow, Parking «p«e. 3- room apartment. Itcnt very reasonable. 1653 D <trceU 183 FUHNISUED lorely 0-room house, overstuffed fur- nlturc. piano. Cloie lo high rent. 1919 Orante strert. tchool. Reduced NEW 4-room cottage, In court. East Bakerifleld, Overstuffed furniture, automatic tieater. Oaraie. yard. Water p«.ld. 1'hono 1517-W. BEAUTIFUL bungalow' five rooms. New and modern. Double garage. Close In, near car and schools. $25.00 monthly rental, tenant pays water. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 30.1. I(i3 — One large white and Ian spotted dog. Nam* "Sandr." IJrcnte No. S-18 (193J). Suitable reward. lliofie T.1H9-R. Personals NOTICE— Anyone owning cattle on paiture at I S. 1*. Green ranch south of Kem Lake, call at 1715 I. street at once, or phone 085-J. Ranch w-lll he vacated at onre. Ifll FOR RENT —One-half duplex. 2402 Twenty-first street. Fully furnished. Hardwood floors, tub and shower bath. Garage. Enclosed back j-ard. lots of fruit. No linen or cooking utensils. $32 month. Water and | yard paid. Phone 707. Charles I,. } , Hay. 162 For Rent—Apartments FOn BAbn—HanchM, Ml lines and locations, loocl water condltlona. Now bolnu sold for amount of mortgages. 1'liono 866-J. OM K street. For Sale—Unimproved Land FOR SALE—m-acre, 1 edge of city, southwest. Finest of soils, excellent water conditions. $960.00. Terms, $25.00 rash and $2.60 per week. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester, Telephone 383. _^ 163 For Sale—Automobiles 1532 Ford V-8 sedan, $195 down. 1932 Ford V-8 coupe, $166 down. . 1931 Ford 4 sedan, $125 down. 1930 Ford 4 sedan, $100 down. 1929 Ford 4 sedan, $75 down. 1931 coupes and roadsters, $95 down. Many Other Values. DO YOU NKED MONEY? We will arrange to refinance your car nt lowest rates. Ask about it. USED CAR T^OT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 1.82 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARUt ONLY) 100 libs,, Rccleaned, .Highest Oradt 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, »UO. 100 Ibs. reclcanod wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. . 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c, MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avontt* __ 10-2*-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous Ov«r n period of 32 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, ho phones. 'Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf OF RECONDITIONED FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT TUESDAY; FEBRUARY 7 Approximately 140 pieces to be sold to highest bidders—corn and cotton planters, rakes, harrows, plows, cultivators, ' tractors, trucks, trailers, hors«s, harness, etc., etc. SALE STARTS AT 9:15 A, M. Sandwiches and Coffee Rt Lunch. COL. O. S. GRANT, AUCTIONEER Sale at 615 E. 19T1I ST., BAKERSFIELD 163 For Exchange—Miscellaneous WILL EXCHANC1B carpenter work tor car or will give reasonable estimate on contract or day work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Mr. Norrls, 1373. . !«! Business Cards DR. W, TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Savs Btadaclie is easy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S 8KRVICB FOR $13 Over Huffhes Druff Store Nineteenth ind Chester Phone 1119-J PIANO TUNING Victory IU-gliter«l Tunir $3.80 Satli'ictlon Guaranteed CARL A, BYBU Phone 1309-M 900 Truitun Arcoo* _ New and used tractors and implements. Let us quote you prices. Berchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth'St. 163 OAK WOOD, nil sizes and leniths, tor tlrtplicM and atqrea. Guaranteed quality, and prompt dcllury. Hears' Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. m i ' MUST BKI-I.. Hhon rates, scale*, cash reilsters. ! i meat sllcera. ntldinc machines, freeter cases. Meat market, store, restaurant equipment. 800 Baker. I . ' ' 179 SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS IIUDUCINO Colonlc Irritation INSTITUTE OF HTDUOTHERAPT U1J F Gtmt 6 a. m. to 0 p. m. Pbon* '3011 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, J1.35. 100 pounds scratch, 100 pounds cracknel Indian corn, 11.20. OANN & ROSS, Oildale, Calif. 12-6-tf Poultry and Livestock FOR HALF,- One 3-year-old Jersey bull, Rood j stock, naif-mile noulh of Palm School. O. W. Michael, Hull IB B, Doi 370. Phone 7-1-13. 161 |, LAUNDRY SERVICE i ! Laundry Sertlce Uneicelled—That Is Out elloiaa ' Ten Different Services and Zorlc Odorless Dry Cloanlnf CITIZENS LAUNDRY Bliletnth and O Hlrceta Phona Ml FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call E. Souza, 2628 L street. Phona 23B.1-W. 167 BY PURCHASING TOUR US TCP CAR FROM A ItKLIABDC D BALER. GUARANTEKD CARS WITH 13AHY O. M. A. C. PAYMENTS. 1932 Chevrolet coach, like new, .$485. 1832 Chevrolet do luxe std. coupe, radio,. ?525. 1031 Chevrolet special coach, $385. i 1S30 Chevrolet special sedan, J295, 1929 Chevrolet coach, J225. • 1930 Chevrolet standard coupe, $275. 1931 Do ,Soto sedan, $470. 1930 Chrysler sedan, $375. 1930 Ford sport coupe, $225. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $105. 1032 Ford pickup, like new, $395. 1930 Chevrolet pickup, $205. IPS') Ford roadster, $125. 1927 Doclgo roadster, $75. A FEW very choice flower bulbs at greatly reduced prices—tulips, hyacinths, ranunculus, etc. Also full lino of garden seeds and fertilizer. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phono 100. 182 At;TO PAINTINO. "DUCO," »12.SO TO 125.00. BODY ANT) FENDEn ItKPAln. PICEnLKSH PAINT SHOP. PHONB 270. 2310 "EVE" STREET. 183 SPECIAL! while they last, heavy broilers, afcruge orer 1 Vi each, four for $1.00. Also day-old mid started chicks at reduced prices. Guaranteed hatchlne tans. Ulrerrlcw Hatchery. Belle are- nue, North Chester. 1C1 2'VKAH-OU) purebred Holsleln bull, trade fiir heifer. Will buy heifer bulls for jerrlcc. T)c- lltered. Uvcilo'k hauling. '2-year-old pinto stud, trade. Phone 2306-W. Brewers' Dalrj'. 16'J Professional Cards FAT frying rabblli. any size, 810 Thirtieth street. It. n. Beach. I'holio 1232-W. 1M Port HALE—About 10 tons alfalfa hay In stack. W. J. Newell, Belle T»rrat». Phone Tyt-J. 163 SHRUBS, roses, fruit, shade nnd ornamental trees. Garden plants at reasonable prices. Canaday Nursery Co., 314 IS. Twenty-first street. 161 COMPANY Twentieth and M 1C2 I VOH 8ALB—nemlngton typewriter, 17.50; major ) pieces In set of dishes, Syracuse china. HoMyn j pattern. JSO. Phone 2HH7-VV. ln2 ' FRUITS, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies, roses and house plants. Gladiolus bulbs at reduced prices. Bakersfleld Nursery, 631 Sixth. Telephone 326. 162 BUY and subscribe for Unity publlcaUons at tha Unity Center. 1609% Chester avenue. Telephone I Financial A. $6.50 PER SIDO FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS; Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution C Haberfelde Arcude Bldg. Phone 1053 182 apartments. Nineteenth and H. Overstuffed furniture, Frlgldalre. 3-room houie. 2000 Orange. Apply 2031 Nineteenth street, grocery store. Phone 5524-.1. IT3 | TWO ROOMS, with sleeping porch. Private bath. j Newly renovated and cleaned. 2321 Truxtun I avenue. 119. Including lights. 181 ! FOR BENT—Modern apartment. Electrte refrlgera- ; tton. Screened sleeping porch. Close In. Rent ! reasonable*. 1403 Fourteenth street. 102 USED CARS FROM A DRPENDABLR DF,ALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $1GO down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1930 Chevrolet sedan, $100 down. 1930 Ford coupe, r. s., SI00 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1831 DC Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 22SO FOR SALE—nidlo. W-lnch electric drill, medium bench Tlso. electric rake grinder. WeaTer lire changer, ITaJl cylinder hone and gauge. Walker garage Jack, auto transmission hoist. Good shop location for rent. Call 001 Thirty-first street. Phone 5745-W. i FOR SAI-K—One 6-foot double disc, hay derrick. | cotton planter, riding cultivator, cotton stalk i cutter. 5-horsepower U. S. electric motor, Hot| point electric range. Inquire 1219 Fourth stn-el. I WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Yard, for dry, i sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt dellv erj. Prices right. Phone 23(itj. 170 TOR SALE— Pulrerlzed sheep manure. 23 cents • sack, delivered. Phone 4471-W. 169 1S2 ALL KINDH of well rooted berry plants: artichokes and asparagus roots. Shrubs. Red setting eggs. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo, Krulti«l«. 176 I1ABV TURKEYS from large bone, heavy typo mammoth brotizo stock. Electric, gas, oil Incubators; custom hatching. Yates Turkey Ranch unit Hatcher. Hhaflcr. Calif. 163 FAT labblt friers, 40 cents each, 75 cents for j two, at all times, 8502 K street. ; 200 WII1TB LKOHORN pullets. 0 months' old. I Hanson strain, 75 cents each. Bronze turkey hens, for breeding, 20 cents pound. Sli White Pokln ducks and drake;. 150 White Leghorn pullets. 7 weeks. Fresh Jersey cow. $45.00. Kelch place, Casa Tima Acres. 162 UNION Poultry Market, 200 North Chester. Phone 4035. Three colored fryers for $1.60: hens, 18 cents pound: ducks, 15 cents pound: rahhtta, 12^ cents pound. Colored hens, fryers and turkeys. Free delivery. JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SUnVICB, AUDITS. 8T8TBMS Suite 103, Professional Building Phone 4931 DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHirtOPKACTOR Painless System Cemplelr Electrotherapy Service, Foot Corrections Hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 3. 7 to 8 p. II. Rooms 111-113-113 Morgan Bulldtm 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 5518 Lad* Attendant • "GOOD LUCK TO YOU, EDDIE" Every reildent of Riverside tike* great pride In the fact that one of Its most affable residents, Eddie Peabody, Is world famous as an entertainer. Mayor E. B. Crldle (right) Is pictured above bidding the blond master of the banjo goodby as he leaves to take up his new duties as a radio star on the Safeway Stores program. ACTIVITIES Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL' PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. H4.80S BABY CHICKS anil hatching eggs from 2-year hens. Hanson Leghorns. Tteds, Dryden Rocks. 300-egg strain. Wlllard Hatchery. 002 South Raker. Phone 2583. Dogs and Other Pets FOR SALE—Wire-haired puppies, mate and female, til S«Ji Kmldlo street. Tart. Calif. 163 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous GOOD 5 or 6-room house. Must be cheap for cash, (ilve full particulars. P. O. Boi 168, Bakersfield. 162 WANT TO BUY—WtJk-ln butcher boi: cash i register, scales, typewriter, adding machine, store, office and restaurant equipment. 809 Tinker street. Phono 2139. 163 1530 Nash coupo, $295. 192!) Chevrolet coupo, $195. 1928 Essex sport coupe, 595. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, J65. 1929 Ford sedan, J195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $695. 1931 67 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. Phone 831 1409 18th St. 1S2 U. S. DEPENDENCY FURX1RK.RD apartments, four and five rooms. OM, lights, water and garbage Included. 2514 Nine- [ teenth street. 162 ! TOR IIBNT—Modern bungalow court, <treel. 1725 Biker lf,2 ! om furnished apartment. Light, i cat and water. $2.1. Adults only. Walking dl tance. Inquire 11123 Thirteenth street. For Rent—Farm Land ID29 Ford sedan, fi w. w.,'$185. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $.195. 1930 Chevrolet coach, $235. PAID FOR AUTOS I nOOC JO*.O J fl*. PL.OYD DUNLAP 1023 110th Street. Phono 391 1S2 Business Opportunities One-fourth crop rental or .1400 cash. Kelly & Son, 1712 Ches- tcr. Telephone 363. 16H For Sale—Improved Property FOR RENT, IMPROVED FARM LAND 40 acres, near Arvln. , Good pumping plant. MONET TO LOAN—We have an unlimited amount Tcnnnt must be nhle to finance himself. <if money to loan on farm properly. Long term | BRANDT INVESTMENT CO loans, 5Vt per cent Interest. Guy Oreenleaf. sec- ]g]3 Chester Avenue. Phone 12P8 rtlary. No. IJS Jefferson street. Phone 4115-W. 1-27-tf ; "* FOR RENT—Two-acre chicken ranch. I Vlstfi Park tract, J20. Will sell or ! trade. Phone 626. Henry Elssler. 1 i 1-30-tf GOOD gssollne station, three pumps. groc»ry ] poR RENT—80 acres, about 12 mllea •tore and living quarters on main street, j southwest. Cnnnl water, pumplliR Wriu Tim 162. Tiie Califoralan. 16S : p i an t _ about 50 acres has been In FOB RENT—Well equipped pool hall and res- ! alfalfa. taurant, 1985 L street. Apply !llj Twenty-first f ilreel. Phone 5J24-J. 16J | _ VOti LKAfiB or rent, a small neighborhood grocery ! and living quarters. Good location. Itrnt cheap, j ICIO Robinson street. 102 POU RENT—Garage, lo automobile mechanic. Ei- rellenl location, center of town. Very cheap. Itione 767-J. 102 Help Wanted— WANTED—Neat apppurlns. honest and reliable man. residents cr Kern rnunty. ace 31 to 40, industrious anu vtllllni; tn Mork full or part lime. 1n Hakertfleld. Taft. Delano and Wasro. Uasy. pleasant and prolltflhle <roik. Ambitious men cajn earn lj 00 to Jlft.OO ncr day. Unuiual opportunity for advancement lo men who prove their efficiency and ability. References required. Applicants mutt apply In person, between 1 and 3. 7:30-8:30 p. m.. at 2124 Sunset. Bskcrsflcld. Calif. MAN, age 27 to 45, lo take charce established i business. Requirements: education, talesman- ! ship, references, bond, automobile, lloi W-5. The JACK SEZ: WEEK-END SPECIALS 1932 Plymouth sport coupe, like new, | I »46B. I 1930 Ford sport coupe, bargain, $215. ! Terms — Trades — Trucks j PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 17*4 231G Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager _ 182 CHirKBV RANCH—3-room modern house. Hardwood floors, tile sink, et«. Nearly two acres. Kqutpped for about 800 chickens. Owner ha« had to give place up. Can be bought for 1.1330, which Is far below cost of production. Small initial payment, balance like rent. Howard Nichols, Inc., 1S09 Nineteenth street. Phone 383. 2-2-lf HIGHWAY frontapo, )20 foot, close to C'ht-'si*.:. on new state highway. Terms. Elmer K. Karpe. Phone 210. For Sale—City Lots California!!. llll Help Wanted—Salesmen REDUCED price for two lots. North 1C street, near chamber of commerce, each 25x122 feot. Price (330.00 €-iich. Terms, $1.00 down and jl.OO weekly onr-h. Kelly & Son, 1712 i'heater. Telephone 363. 163 For Sale or Lease—Oil Land SALESPEOPLE—Neat appearing: If ! 14 per day Interests you, see D. J. Dolly, 1715 F.lghteenth. Apt. 1. 1C1 WANTED—Experienced washer, vacuum cleaner and radio salesman. See Mr. Clary at !> a. m., Bake-rsfleld Hardware Company, 2015 Chester avenue. SituationsWantcd—-Male EXPERIENCED melt cutter «'Uh« position, or grocery rlerlt. Ate it. <38 Oregon ilreel. Situations Wanted—Female LKASE—13.65 acres, Frultvale oil field, near good producing wells, one-sixth royalty JTiOOO.OO bonus in oil, DO-day drilling. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 103 For Exchange—Property EXCHANGE—Building, arranged for restaurant, apartments, hotel, dance hall, on Golden State highway at Tenth street, outside city limits. Value, J16.000. Want homo near high school, or acreage. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. i 163 U'HITTj woman, not young, hai reference. Uwm rook and houaekeeper. Go any place. 1017 IJroun For Rent—-Rooms With Board HOARD and room, with runienla! young prople. ' Can accommodate two voung-men or two younj | lauiea. Ueabonable ratei. 2235 Klghtcenth itreot i lot: KUOM arid bojuj. for lad; or gentlemen, laundry and caiacn tncludrd. Hee Mn. Hlrhasdion, at )OD N fctrecl. 101 SOOM and board, 10.89 per veeb. Comfortab:« i0om!, plra»an! furroundlngi. Free paralai »lio trinitoil dinner!, M) centl. :02i Mn- ; tainth itreet. T»let?hcme 83T. l-IT-;f ! For Rent—Houses EXCHANGE—On main highway, auto .•;imp. bungalow, restaurant, with all furniture and equipment. $7f>00.00 mortgage, J4MO. Wnnt bungalow, foiitliWPKl. Will iiKMiino, Kelly & Kon, 1712 Chester. Phono 363. 1611 1927 lV4-ton Graham flat, body truck. Good tires and machinery in good order. Cheap for cash. Phone 874-J. 161 HALS—193* CheTrolet coupe. $125.00. Route Hoi 331). 1833 TOIID roaditer. Phone I3B4-XI. 17i running condition, $10. nOUOLASS' LOW-PRICED CARS. 2103 "KVB" 1928 Ford touring, $40; Wlllyi-Knlght touring, $20. 1930 Kord roaditer: nirtalni: A-l. $100, dcwn $60. WANT to bur. 1025 or 1926 Dodge, any model. Apply SOU Kaat Nineteenth itreet. Automotive Service AUTO TOPS, CURTAINS. UPHOLSTERINO At greatly reduced prlrei. Guaranteed work. C. N. JOHNSTON BHOPH Eighteenth and 0. Phono 636. 185 For Sale—Furniture 9il3 GBNUIM5 Wilton nil. $25; Dill genuine Akbar eeimleie Wilton, $JT.50[ iuv 9iI3 genuine Aimlmter. $17.50; uied tilt Axmliutv, 3D.75. Dirls njmlture TCictiange, 5103 Chejter avenue. 1G1 New Inncrsprlng Mattresses, $8.25 Walnut Dresser and Bed, $15 Fibre Rugs, 6x9. $3.00 lA'AN L. HAMM Phone 341 .1100 Eighteenth St. 182 TIIRF.E P1KCB wlrker let In good condition, rea- innable. Can be teen at 32tt C lire*. Mn. It. r. Itobertion. Radio, Musical Instruments SPECIAL SALE Used pianos and radios.. Tloal guaranteed bargains at low prlcen and terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler building. 182 Fruits and Vegetables SKKD POTATOES, at Berchtold'a, 830 Eait Nineteenth itreet, 163 ORANGES and grapefruit Grove. Phone 8731-J-13. Schertz 162 ORAXOr.S—Huert narel oranges. $1.25 box; Juice oranget. 00 contl bol, ilellrored. Phone S892-W. For Sale—Miscellaneous HORIZONTAL 1 An actor. 7 To tantalize. 13 Harbor. 14 Mongrel. ] 6 Tithe. 17 The rainbow. 18 Wit. 20 Portico. 21 Guided. 22 Supposed or thought to be. 24 Wayside hotel. 25 Exists. 26 Mountain pass. 27 Upright shaft. 29 Exclamation. 30 Theatrical play. 32 Aromatic gum resin. 3*4 Haughty. 36 Meadow. 38 Plnaceous timber tree. 40 Electrified particles. 41 Pillar of stone. 43 To peep. 44 Negative word. 45 Fierce. 47 Observed, Answer to Previous Puzzle 48 Standard type measure.*. 49 Boggy land. 50 Secured. 52 Minor note. 53 Pleasure boat. 55 Inferior in bulk. 57 Former German ruler. 58 Temper. 60 To wear away, 61 Withdrew. VEBTICAJL 1 To what U. S. dependency has Independence been promised? 2 Spirits of . localities. 3 Eager. 4 Ay. 5 Half an em. 6 Organic portion of the soil. S Preposition. 9 Thing. 10 Person opposed to a policy, 11 Rock, 12 Japanese attacked , China? 14 Mug. 15 To rot 18 Tiller. 3 9 To trust. 22 Street. 23 Not light. 26 The shank. 28 Snare. 50 Do not 31 Singing Poice. 32 Man. 33 Colors. 35 Chamber. 37 WrlggHng. 39 Genuine. 41 Scorched. 42 Motor. 45 Left-hand page. 46 Mentally invigorating. 49 Unbiased. 51 Heavy volume, 53 Fence rail. 54 Before. 55 Blemish. 56 Fresh-water •fish. 57 Measure. 59 Southeast. IN THE SUPERIOn COURT OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IK AND FOR THE COUNTY OP LOS ANGELES. In the Matter of the Estate of 0. M. Jones, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that under nnd pursuant to the law made and provided, the undersigned, Olive B. Jones, Ruth Jones Wright and Olive Jones Peplow, the duly appointed, qualified and acting executrlces of the estate 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 the 13th day of February, 1033, at the lair offices of Weber & Kldder, Room 1200 Way Cities Bulldlnff. 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 pf his death, and all of the right, title nnd 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 parqel of real property, situate in the county of Kern, state of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wlt: The XWVi of Section 10. township 20 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 and balance evidenced by notes secured by mortgage on the property so sold. Ten per cent of tho amount nf the hid to he deposited with the bid. Bids or offers to be In writing and will bo received at the aforesaid office at any time nfter the firs', publication hereof and before date of sale. * Dated January 28, 1D33. OLIVE B. JONES,' RUTH JONKS WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW, Executrlces of tho Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Weber & Kldder, W. E. Byrne, 1200 Bay Cities Bldg.. Santa Monica, Calif., Attorneys for Executrlces. Jan. 28 to Feb. S. Inc. AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, 12.00. Franklin Glus« Company. 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone S44. 1-30-tf Order and Notice of Order appointing Time and Place for Proving Will and Hearing Application for Letters Testamentary Thereon. In tho 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 estate of Amos Clinton Collins, deceased. THEREFORE, In accordance with Section 327 of the Probate Code; IT IS HEP.UBY ORDERED, that Tuesday, February 14, 1933, at 10 o'clock a. in. of that day, and tho Court Room of Department No. 2 of the Superior Court, at thn Court, House, In the City of Bakersfield. County of Kern, be and the same is hereby appointed as the time and pluire for proving tho Will of .said deceased and for hearing tho application of the petitioner for the Issuance to said petitioner of Letters Testamentary thereon, when and whero any person Interested may appear 'and contest the same. And Jt IM further ordered that notice thereof be published In The Bakersflcld Cali- fornlan for the time required by law. Dated January 30, 1933. F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-OfflcIo Clerk of Superior Court. Jan. 31 to Feb. 10, Inc. C AMP FIRE vesper services will be held on Sunday cvenjng, February 19, at 5 o'clock, at tho First Methodist church, It wits announced by Mrs. Margarut Sago, general chairman, at the last meeting of tho Bakersfleld Camp Flro Guardians' Association last Wednesday evening. The program will bo given entirely by the Cairip Fire girls of the city under tho direction of Mrs. Sago and Mrs. Elolse Harris. Mrs. Louella Reynolds reported on the plans for the birthday church service, which will take place' Sunday morning, March 12, at the First Methodist church. The Rev. Fletcher G. Watson will arrange tho program for the service. The girls of tho city will be required attendance only. Miss Elolse Harris called meetings of Camp Fire girls for a song practice next week. The girls will meet In two groups at the Washington and Lowell Schools. Plans were discussed for the tree planting, but were referred to a future meeting. Other arrangements were also discussed. Miss Mario Harris, president, presided over the meeting, which was held In the Camp Fire headquarters, 2117 H street. The following members attended the meeting: Mesdamcs W. C. Harmon, Louella Reynolds, H. J. Culllng- ton, Sunny Johnson, I. E. Lane, Frances Wilson, Anna Humble, Margaret Stlmellng, - Margaret Sage, Violet Stahl; and Misses Mary Tyson, Frances Bragg, Dorothy Wilson, Barbara Mangun, Elolse Harris, Genevleve Hunt and Marie Harris. The regular meeting of the committee of awards \vlll be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. In the Camp Fire office, 2117 H Btreol, with Mrs. Violet Stahl, Mrs. Frances Wilson and others conducting tests for rank. All girls planning to receive rank at the birthday ceremonial should pass as many tests nt tMs awards meeting as possible, It was announced. An outdoor meeting at Kern County Park was enjoyed by the members of the Apelachl group last Saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Tyson, guardian, Mrs. Culllngton, Mrs.' D. Kofahl and Mrs. C. Stanfield transported the girls to the park, whero wieners and buns were enjoyed around a camp fire. Marshmrtllows wcro toasted over the fire, later, and hot chocolate completed the meal. After eating, "hide and go seek" was played among the bushes. The girls then hiked over the lilll and part of the wa,y home. Those taking part wcro Marjorle Jenn Slan- fleld, Betty Ellen Kofahl, Kathcrlne Culllngton, Charity Smetzer, Evelyn Dulgar, Louise Lawrence, Alice Off- ncr, Constance Aldrlch, Tyson, guardian, nnd Mjs. Culllngton, assistant guardian. A council fire was held by the group last Monday evening at'the home of Mrs. Culllngton. Candles were lighted by Marguerite Emerson, Constance Aldrich and Alice Offncr. for work, health and love, respectively. Beads were awarded to Marguerite Kmoi'son and Katherlne Culllngton. Woodgathcrcr's rank was awarded to Marguerite Emerson, Margaret. Vnn Meter, Alice Offner, Evelyn Dulgur, and Constance Aldrlch. A discussion was held on the mean- Ing of the Camp Flro law, Roll was called and answered, the Camp Flro names being used. Refreshments wer served at the close to Marguerite Emerson, Constance Aldrich, Alice Offner, Evelyn Dulgar, Charity Smetzer, Louise Lawrence, Kathorlne Culllngton, Margaret Van Meter, Betly Ellen Kofahl, Marjorle Jean Stanfield. . served. Slayine Lancaster was taken Into the group as a new member. ' Those present were Leonore Bonalanza, Mary Anna Humble, Eleanor Patrick, Betty Jane Underwood, Dorothy Shaw, Eva Osman, Audrey Hughes, Mary Patricia Lucas, Frances. Dally, Marilyn Harvey, Marjorie Daniels, Barbara Plnncll, Eleanor Dixon, Virginia Reynolds, Amelia Miller and Mrs. Anna Humble, guardian. Members of the Sunowa nnd Watu- hlyl Camp Flro group attended the song practice of the Camp Flro song club at tho Lowell school last Monday afternoon where Miss Elolse Harris conducted rehearsals for the children on the west side of town. Following the practice the Sunown. • girls discussed tho things they havu planned to make to earn tho birthday honor. The regular business meeting of tho Watuhlyi Cump Fire -was held* on Tuesday afternoon. Members of the two groups Include Martha Benson, Barbara • Symmon, Mary Carol Grlbble. Patricia King. Betty Jane Sherer, Hetty Zoo Porter Vary. Sylvia Winer, lyirsi. Minn* Symmes, guardian, Mary Esther Taylor, Frances Garrard, Mary Hudson, Helen Baldwin, Barbara Shomate. Andrea Shaw, Marie Sherman, Lois Shay, Lorene Russell, Margaret Walters, Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Winifred Pcter- bon and Mrs. I. E. Lane, guardians. DID THEY BLUSH! LANCASTER, Pa., Feb. 3. (A. P.)— MlllcrsvlHe's firemen had red faces as well as red hats when Miles Miller's house caught fire. The alarm camo In and the "smoke-caters" couldn't do a thing about It for some one had drained the gasoline from the tanks of both fire engines. A hastily organized bucket brigade mot tho emergency, however. A Valentine party was planned by the members of the Mapeyahto Camp Fire girls last Monday afternoon, when they held their first meeting In the new room in the Calvary Baptist, church. The party will take place at the homo of Mildred Wolf, 416 Pacific street. Tho girls made plnns for decorating the room and each girl will bring In tho next meeting something which will beautify the meeting place. Those present ut the meeting wore Mildred Wolf, Claire Creamer, Janlcu McNnmani, Dorothea Drawbaugh. fJenov'.eve Ha.s.snr, Betty Hughes, Carley Griffith, Leila Buaa.s and Mrs. Hazel, Drawbaugh and Miss Helen Wlslon, guardians. Science Exhibit at Los Angeles Opens The board of directors of tho local Christian Science church lias been Invited to view a public exhibit of International news and advertising of Tho Christian Science Monitor, that Is being held In Los Angeles. Tho room in which the display is held, on the ground floor of the Roosevelt building, 713 West Seventh street, Los Angeles, has been specially decorated and artistically furnlahod. Tha exhibit will continue until February 23, ;ind is upon to tho public from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., except Sundays, Wednesdays and holiJuys. On Wednesdays it closes ut 7 p. m., and on Sundays and holidays It Is open from 1 to 0 p. in. The Steda Camp Flro girls postponed their regular meeting until next Wednesday, when they will meet nt the home of Mrs. Therbn Taber, guardian, 423 Truxtun avenue. The A.boha Hanta girls enjoyed a social meeting last Tuesday evening, at the American Legion hall. Games were played during tho social holir, nnd at tho close refreshments wore Navy Pilot Killed Hawaii Maneuvers fVnitril Prf** Leaned \\'irr) HONOLULU, Feb. 3.—The first fa- " tallty in the U. S. buttle fleet's mock war maneuvers was recorded todny with the death of C. E. Wulwork, navy pilot. Walwork, u native of Haledon, N. J., was killed when the scout seaplane he was flying yesterday fell In » the ocean off Diamond Head and was demolished. His body wus not recovered. ' Lieutenant Frank M. xichols, passenger In the plane, escaped by leap- Ing with a parachute. He was picked ' up by native sampans. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS : BIO. U. ». P»T. OFT. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Ah, Those Climbing Gunners By HARRY J. TUTHILL I;NPTJHNI.SHED HOUSKS von RENT ' :;-bedf-oom modern home, double garage. Water-paid. $40.00 per m6nth. --bedroom house at $25.00 per month, i 4-room house, partly furnished, $17.00 per month. i BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. ' 1813 Chester Avenue, phone 1298 3-1-tf TOUR-ROOM fumllhed houie. 1814 NJle« itreet? 'Inquire 3009 Oregon street. 191 .FOR RENT— Kurnlihcd 1-room duplex, rrlgldalre, ' viler and garbage paid. t828 lllchlind Ware. m KITE-BOOM furnlthed houie. two bedrooms, garage. 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IMAGINE] WELL I ADMIRE TWO THINGS IN DERRICK. AND BOTH OF THEM ARE THAT HE LEFT HERE. SUCH. NERVY PEOPLE! IF fEGGY HAD MARRIED BOB IT WOULD BE YEARS BEFORE WE'D BE AS THICK. WITH THOSE GRUBBERS AS DERRICK. AND I CLARA ARE AFTER A DAY OR SO. OH DOESN'T A THING LIKE THAT \ JUST GIVE' YOU THE CREEPS?, I WONDER WHAT THOSE GRUBBEK.6 WILL THINK WHEN | THEY FIND THAT THE FIRST FIVE .YEARS IN TRYING L TO GET.RID OF DERRICK. WAS THE _ EASIEST, Love often times blooms on

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