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to THE BAKERSFIELD GALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1933 Special Announcements See attractive steam-heated corner suite of office rooms. KIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDO. East Bnkevsfleld nm VIKI.P LITTLE COMPETITION Dentist's Plumbing Work Installed 164 Special Snle on largo healthy pansy plants, 2-doaon and 3-dozen for 2fi cents, also mnny other kinds of plants at 2-dozen for 25 cents. Now Is the time to plant. Call 71B L street, Corner Eighth and L street. EXPERT PLATE WORK Open Evenings Dll. FLETCHER 622 Kentucky Street Phone 2S81-W Next tn Qrannda Theater """ For Rent—Rooms With Board ROOM mil beird, 10.80 net tttek, Comfortable room, ftleaiiant surroundings, Free t>*rfel>it> Alto Uaniltnt rllnncri, (id ctnli. teenth itrcet. Telephone B3T. 2028 Nine- For Rent—Houses Tallin, two down. 2il rrnii. AUo many offer pluu. Cuilomon npwidlnn HO rend will receive on* down red mrnatlnni free. Only one WMk. 1811 O itreet. rorner Fhurttrnlh mil O atrmti. I'TUBNCII OAFB, No. J, near Southern Pacific depot. Special Sunday dinner, chlrktn. with trlmmlnii, In tllnlni room, 75 cenli; on counter, •5 cenl«. Rlnile orderi, CO cents. Combination breakfast, 5 tn 11, 55 renti up. Buerlal lunrhmn Hid dinner from 10 a. m, to A p. m., 45 rents. All 95-cent enlrcni Include drink, on counter. Telephone 4775. reduced rales. Lrarn Jan piano. 19 lessons. No icalfi or txerclies. Waterman Piano School. I960 Cheitfr arenue, room 10.1. 181 "i'OU can save money by consulting our Advisory Department hcforo mak- funernl 5032 or 340. Park, Inr. arrangements. Phone Bnkersflcld Memurlal 102 hulldlnr ha«ement. Swnlre Similar e»e- nlnr onljr, 7 :BO o'clock. lUverend Mary Crlswell Krilea will lecture on "Ileallna Power" and rite mriiMri to all. Roadlnii by et>polmm«iu. Fhone 9148. OUR everyday complete luncheon, 25 cents. Saturday and Sunday special, T-bone steak, 25 cents. Complete chicken dinner, Sunday 35 conts. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 1208 Nineteenth street. Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Brlndle bull puppy, about 4 months' old. Aniwvn to namf> "Bklppy." If i«en, phone 107-J. D. n. Hurley. Personals NOTICE—Anyone owning cattle on paiiturfl if B. P. Green ranch south of Kern Lake, call at 1713 L itreet at on™, or phone 535-J. Ranch will be related at onre. I105-S2SO MUNTII. OoTernment life jobs. Many future TacanclcB.' Men-women, Ifl-SO. Slendy work. Lilt Jobs;, sample roartilni anil full par. tlculars—PREB. Apply Immediately—today sure Boi K-10. The Callfornlan. Financial 16.50 PER $100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates InvestlRate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 182 HOUSES KOR RENT 10 rooms, 210 Eureka street, $30,00. 6 rooms, 2725 Jx\ko street, $35.00. B rooms, 720 Pacific street, $15.00. i rooms, 204 Hayherl Court, $30.00. i rooms, 1315 Tenth street, $25.00. > rooms, Sfino Nllcs street, $20.00. 5 rooms, 3524 L street, $12.50. I rooms, 350(1 M street, $12.50. i rooms, 2302 O street, $28.00. 3 roomA, 325 Eighteenth, half duplex, $25.00. 6 rooms, (108 M, $10.00. 3 rooms, 900 Twenty-fifth, $10.00. , i rooms, 1240 Chester, $20.00. 10 rooms, 2230 California avenue, $40,00, rooms, 1023 Thirty-third street, $20.00. 5 rooms. 2422 O street, $25,00. rooms, I01(i K street, $20.00. FOLLOWING WITH FURNITURE rooms, 715 Twenty-eighth street, $17.50. 3 rooms, 3715 L, half duplex, $10.00. 1 rooms, 1829 1, apartment, $35.00. 3 rooms, 1413 Twenty-seventh, apartment, $25.00, 6 rooms. 620 C street, $50.00. 4 rooms, 3509 Jcwett, $22.50. 6 rooms, 207 Oleander, $65.00 4 rooms, 1328 Pacific. $35.00. STORES 35x75 storeroom, 717 P, $10.00. 2 storerooms, 515 East Nineteenth, $15.00. 1 storeroom, No. 330 East Nineteenth, $25.00. Brick building, 1405 F, $50.00. LAND 40 acres, 12 miles southwest, % crop. Wo Solicit Your Fire Insurance KELLY & SON 1712 Chester Avenue Phone 3B3 162 Fot; Rent^-Farm Land KOR RENT—Two-acre chicken ranch, Vista Park tract. $20. Will sell or trade. Phone 626, Henry Blaster, ' ^_ 1-90-tf FOR RENT—80 acres, about 12 miles southwest. Canal water, pumping plant, about 50 ncrcs has been In alfalfa. One-fourth crop rental or $400 cash. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 30,1, 163 40 ACRES, bent toll. Abundance water, „ Firmer must hat« cmilnmenl and belt reference. Cafe place, nuarter-mlle inutheeit Delano city, llmlti, KOH HUNT—Fife acrei, with 4-roon B055-W.' house. Phone For Sales—Improved Property CHICKEN RANCH—5-room modern house. Hardwood floors, tile link, etc. Nearly two eeret. Kfiulpped for about ROD chlckeni. • Owner he! hail to Klre place up. Can be bought for $9330, which It far below coit of production. Small Initial payment, balance like rent. Howard Nlcholi, Inc., 1500 Nineteenth Itreet. Phone 983. 1-t-lf For Sale—Automobiles JACK 8BZ: WEEK-END SPECIALS. 1932 Plymouth sport coupe, llko new, |465. . . 1930 Ford sport coupe, bargain, $215. Terms—Trades—Trucks PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 182 DOUOUAH8' CAKS. 210S 1 . Ute 1037 Dodia "4" tour Inn; curUIni; A-l tire*! itandard tear ihlft; A-l *h«pe. Only (OR. , Automotive Service AUTO TOPS. ctmTAiNs, rrnowmnuNo At ireatly reduced price*. Ouarinteed work. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS Elihteenth and O. Phone 658. 112 For Sale—Furniture HIGHWAY frontage, 120 foot, close to Chester, on new state highway. Terms. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. 2-S-tf Foil HAI.K—llanchei, all ilr.ei and localloni. Oood water condltlnni. Now helm told for amount of rnortnaitei. Phone flfl.l-J. 02H Kentucky itreet. FOR RENT — 3-room unfurnished house, $10, Also 5-room unfurnished house. Call 717. 102 MODKRN 6-room cottage. Double ga- rnp;e with cement floor,* 201 C street. Phono 620. Henry Blssler. 2-2-tf ITITl nKNT. unfurnlilied. 5-room modern. South It. 123.00; 5-room modern, Itlihland Park. 13.1.00: 5-room modern, */i-arra, 120.00; fife rooms.'1H acrea. 120.00. Howard Nlcholi, Inc., 1509 Nineteenth itreet. Phone 313. 2-2-tf NEW, furnlihed 4-room huntalow, laleit Improfe- mentl. Electric refrlierator. 2131 Draconi llreet. 161 MODEIIN fumlibed buncalow, Parklni ipare. 8- room apartment. Rent Terr reasonable, street. 1053 D BEAUTIFUL bungalow, five rooms. New and modern. Double garage. Close In, near car and schools. $26.00 monthly rental, tenant pays wntnr. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 163 FonCED to sell my beautiful home. Wat built 3V4 rears mo. SI* roomi, basement. Clarice. I«arire lot. Will lake sood car or lot at down payment. Mrs. A, !L Nickels, 330K Qulncy. No agent*. For Sale—City Lots REDUCED price for two lots, North K street, near chamber of commerce, each 25x122 feet. Price $330,00 each. Terms, $1.00 down and $1.00 •weekly each. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 163 For Sale or Lease—Oil Land, LEASE—13.55 acres, Frultvale oil field, near good producing wells, one-sixth royalty $5000.00 bonus In oil, 90-day drilling. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 163 For Exchange—Property EXCHANGE—Building, arranged for restaurant, apartments, hotel, dance hall, on Golden State highway at Tenth street, outside city limits. Value, $16,000. Want home near high school, or acreage. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 163 New InnersprlnR Mattresses, $8.25 . Walnut Dresser and Red, $15 Fibre Rugs,' 0x9, $3.00 IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341 1100 Eighteenth St. 182 Radio, Musical Instruments BEAUTIFUL burl walnut Brunswick Panatrope radio-phonograph combination. An Instrument of quality, taken In ns part payment on grand piano. Will sell for allowance made, $78, with new set guarantee. Terms. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegclcr building. 182 Fruits and Vegetables SBK1) POTATOES, at Iterchlold'a, 330 Gait Nine. teenth itreet. 108 For Sale—Miscellaneous OF RECONDITIONED FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Approximately 140 pieces to be sold tn highest bidders—corn and cotton planters, rakes, harrows, plows, cultivators, tractors, trucks, trailers, horses, harness, etc., etc. SALE STARTS AT 9:16 A. M. Sandwiches and Coffee at Lunch. COL. O. S. ORANT, AUCTIONEER Sale at 616 E. 10TH ST., BAKERSPIELD 163 Poultry and Livestock 3-TEAR-OLD purebred Itoliteln bull, trad* for heifer, Will buy heifer bulli for lerrlee, Da- llrered, Mreitock hullnf. 3-year-old pint* Itud, trade. Phone 2306-W. Breweri* Dairy. 191 PAT frying rabblti. any lire. 810 Thirtieth itreet. H. n. nuach. Phono 1232-W. 163 BABY TURKEYS from large bone, heery type mammoth bronze itock. Klectrle, «ai, oil In- eubatori! ruitom hatching. Yatei Turkey Bench and Hatcher, Shatter. f!»llt. _ _ IM 0 monthi' old, 200 WH1TB LKOHORN nulled, Hamon. itrnln. 75 centi each. Bronte turkey MUHT SELL, show casei. icalei, raih rcitliteri, meat illcera, aclrtlni mechlnei, treeier caiei. Meat market, itore, reitaurant equipment. 800 Baker. 171 hens, for breedlni, 20 cents pound. Bit Whit* Pokin ducki and drake! 1JO White heihom M5.00. 1112 pulleli, 7 we«kt. Kreih Jersey cow, Kelch place, Cai« Ixima Acroi. BABY CHICKS, from hlnh-irade, blood-teited Rhafler Hatchery, hilr-mlle touth, half-mile eait Bhaflcr. Legal Notices NOTICE OP TRUSTEE'S SALE < >. No. 376 WHEREAS, default has been made In the payment of the Indebtedness secured by, and In -the performance of the covenants .contained In, that fertnln Deed of .Trust dated July 7, l»ap, made, executed nnd delivered by Alfred Cohn, one of the heirs nnd do- ylsecs Df Charles ,Cohn, deceased,, ns tfustor, to BANK- OF AMI51UCA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation, an trustee for San* Joaquln Valley -Securities Company, a corporation organised under the laws of the State of Call-1 fornln, beneficiary, which Deed of Trust .was recorded In the office of , _ tho county Recorder of Kern County, stock, nods, Rocks, Whites. Custom hekhlni. i State of California, on July 7, 1930, In Legal Notlcea dnlry fertllllor. 15 centi or 12.50 load. Phone 4807-W. tack, 103 TIIRKK Rfntle family cows. Ktsr milkers. T. n. tested. Two black .leners, flret calf, about three Rations per day, IH5.00! choice second calf (lane) Guernsey, milks about 4 lallons per day. with beautiful heifer calf, 3 days' old, 195,00, Alio 10 hone collars, IB to 21 Inched, 75 cents In 11.50; 10 halters. 75 cents e>ach; pair new bridles. 13.00: double set harness, (5.00. C. A. Hearers, FOIt HAI.t;, nursery Hock. Darialn prlcel. One mile loulh McFarUnit. Look for lUn. Addresa Hoi 281, McVafland. A. 11. Newley. 104 Foil HAIJ-J—One >ootl l)e I.nrnl icparotor. 120. W. It. Mittloy, Sycamore Drlre, Arp Addition, third houie on left tide, weit. NOTICB To cloie the tttate of Jimei B. Baker, for ill", Chtyiler coupe "72." Can be ie»n at Pat'i Uicd Car I<ot. Mall bldi to Henry Mack, attorney, llnberfeldo bulldlni. Illdi must be In by Tuoi- day noon, 163 half*mlle north, School. quarter-mile weit Itoiedale HOHSKS .for tale or hire. On Nile itreet, one mile call of Horace Mann Rchool. Phone 3502. (INK heifer, milk itock. freih In March, flrnt calf. Onntle. J20.00. W. 11. Maltby, Arp Addition, Ryramme Drive, third houie on left llde. weit. WANTKW—Hpan muln and team of hnrtts. flood working itock. Price not ortr 1150,00. Weight not INI thim 1200 pmindi each. Mr, A. Ruotl, IVnite 2, llox R44, Cottnntrond road. ' ORANGES and grapefruit. Drove. Phono 8731-J-13. Schertz 162 FOR 8AI.B— (Iraptfrull. at Edlion. A. n. Lewis. Phone 35-F-4. For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR RENT — One-half duplex, 2402 Twenty-first street. Fully furnished. Hardwood floors, tub and shower bath. Oarage, Enclosed back yard, lots of fruit. No linen or conking utensils. $32 month. Water and yard paid. Phone 707. Charles L. Hay. 162 FOR RKNT—207 Oleander, a new. modern, beautifully fumllhed fl-room houie. General Klectrlo refrlceratlon. Purnace heat. Large double faraire. EXCHANGE—On main highway, auto camp, bungalow, restaurant, with all furniture and equipment. $7600.00 mortgage, $4600. Want bungalow, southwest. Will assume. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono 363. 183 For Sale—Unimproved Land FOR SALE—lU-acre, edge of city, southwest. Finest of sons, excellent water conditions, $950.00. Terms, $26,00 cash and $2.GO per week. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. 163 KOR KENT, furnlihed. 5-room modern. Beale Park dlitrlot, I2A.OO; five roomi and ileeplni porch, walking dlitance. $35.00. Howard Nlcholi, Inc.. 1500 Nineteenth itreet. Phone 8)3. 3-2-tf FOR RENT—4-room furnished house. Adults. Inquire 1407 Chester Place. KKLLARTONE houie for rent, leren roomi, ileev- Ini porch, breakfast nook, tile link. Hardwood floori throughout. 130. Water paid. 1620 Palm Drlre. Phone 5588-W. 164 FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 20th Street. Phone 391 182 MONEY TO LOAN—We hare an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Ixini term loam. 6H Per cent Intern!, Ouy Oreenlraf. lee- relur. No. 22) Jcffenon itrtct. Phone 4135-W. 178 Business Opportunities GOOD incline nation, three pumpi, iroctrr itore and llrlni quarUri on main itreet. Wilt* Hot 163, The Callfornlan, 163 VOB RKNT—Well equipped pool hall and rei- uurent. 1135 L urear. Apply 3115 Twenty-run atreet. Phone 5524-J. W2 TOR LEABB or rent, a imall nelfhborhootl grocery end llfIni quartan. Oood location. Rent cheap. UNFURNISHED HOUSE 8-bedroom house, with floor furnace, In Sunset Park. Clean and modern. $40.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1288 2-4-tf FURNISHED lovely 6-room house, overstuffed furniture, piano. Close to high school. Reduced rent. 1919 Orange street. Ft>H KENT—6-room unfurnllhed houie. Garage, at 2014 F itreet. Inquire 1826 Twenty-tint ilreiil. 164 For Sale—Automobiles 1932 Ford V-8 sedan, $195 down. 1932 Ford V-8 coupe, $165 down. 1931 Ford 4 sedan, $126 down. 1930 Ford 4 sedan, $100 down. 1929 Ford 4 sedan, $75 down.' 1931 coupes and roadsters, $95 down. Many Other Values. DO YOU NEED MONET? We will arrange to refinance your car at lowest rates. Ask about It. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 182 (CASH AND CARR7 ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned. Highest Grade) 109 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, 11.10. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), fl.SB. 75 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, flOc. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue) 10-28-tf Over n period of 38 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. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf New and used tractors and Implements. Let us quote you prices. Berchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth St. 1B3 100 pounds mash, In cloth brigs, $1.35. 100 pounds scratch, fl.lu. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.29. OANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-6-tf FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call E. Souxo, 2526 L street. Phone 2353-W. 167 A KRW very choice flower bulbs at greatly reduced prices—tulips, hyacinths, ranunculus, etc. Also full line of garden seeds and fertilizer. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. 182 AfTO PAIJSTINO. "DfCO." $12.50 TO 123.00. JIODT AND FENDF.H REPAIR. PEKBLBSS PAINT SllOT. STREET. PHONB 270. 2310 "EYF," in FOR SALE—About 40 toni alfalfa hay In Hack. W. J. Newell. Hells Terrace. Phone 745-J. 181 FOll RAI.E—Remington typewriter, 17.50; major FOIt SALE— Oat hay, GO centi a bale, mllei aouth on itate highway. Ed Seren 163 plecci In let of dlihei. Syracuse china. Roslyn pattern. 120. Phone 2687-W. 16! FRUITS, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies, roses and house plants. Gladiolus bulbs at reduced prices. Bnkersfleld Nursery. 631 Sixth. Telephone 326. 162 WOOD. Remember I'eoplei' Wood Yard, tor dry. •otind wood. Iloneit meaiure. Prompt dellf- ery. Prlcei right Phone 2366. 179 FOR SALE—Pulrertzed theep manure. 25 centi a nek, dellTered. Phone 44T1-W. 409 ALL KINDS of well rooted berry plant!; artlchokel and aiparagui rooti. Bhnibi, Red letting em. Telephone 8761-J-ll. John Denlo. FniltTale. 1T9 ACTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, $2.00. Franklin Glagp Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tf CHINA HALF of modem duplei, nicely fumllhed. Ideal location. Alio 3-room completely turnlihed. cloie In. Call OW K itreet. Plione B63-J. tX>R RENT—2-room fumllhed cottage, with garage. Water paid. Uie of phone. Rent fl2. Vhone 2««1-\V. 20in Forreit. KlOIlT-nOOM ituceo houie, for rent or leaie, 241) II llrent. I*hone 6flM*J. P1VK-HOOM houie, fumllhed, 120 per month. Im- prorementi. To rlint party. 711 Pacific itreet. Phono 4A07-J. 18JO Roblnion itreet. 102 VOM RENT—Game, to automobile mechanic. FJ- eellent location, center of town. Very cheap. Phone 797-J. 102 ns'FURNISITRD 4-room houie. Oarage. 118. 008 K itreeU Alio 4-room furnlihed houie. Apply 2005 Twenty-lecond itreet. Phono 8641-W. FOR Rr^IT—Well furnlihed 7-room modern houie. Very rraionable. Call 021 I itreeU Contractors and Builders FOUR-ROOM rurnlihed houie. OTentuffed let. Two bodroomi. Oarate. 2713 L. Telephone 472-W. 104 OOOD CARPENTER, painter and paperhanter. Very reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone MO-W. 107 rAPERIIANQINO. palntlnf. tlntlnc. Done to suit. By contract or hour. Estimates cheerfully llie". Scott. 805 Klfhth itreet. Phone 91S-W. 185 Help Wanted—Male DAVIS will ict you up In builneii In your own community—repreientlng DAVIS Pine Cuitom Clothei. Iniured free (or one r««r. Complete equipment furnlihed. No Inveitment. Orer SW.OM attlifled euilomeri. New low prlroi— iteedy nroflll. Riperlence not neceiiery. t. n. Darli Tailoring Company, Department 97, Cincinnati. Ohio. VTlNIRTTrTP apartment!. Nineteenth and D. Orer- aiuffed (urnlture, Frlgldalre.- B-rootn houie. SOOO Orange, Apply 2031 Nineteenth itreet. tro* rrrr itore. Phone R324-J. ITS )H HKNT—Modern apartment. Electrle rrfrlgera. tlrm. Screened sleeping nnrch. Cloie In. Rent rrmonabla. 1403 Fourteenth itreet. 162 BARNE8T worker wanted. Man or woman, todli- trlrwte rellgloui literature In your community. Steady work. Oood pay. Tlnlrenal Bible Ilouir. 1010 Arch itreet. Philadelphia. Help Wanted—Female $15 A WEEK and your own dresses FREE for demonstrating lovely spring fashion frocks. No canvassing. Write fully, giving your size and color preference. Fashion Frocks, Department P-4204, Clncln- natl. Ohio. WOKKN—Up to 120 weekly. Introduce Rnai Proofed Silk Ifoilery to frlendi. Doublet wear. Raoiplll KIIKK. American Hoalery Mllli. De partment 4119. Indlananolli. Help Wanted—Salesmen EXPERIENCED CIXmnNO MEN And capable laleirnen In other llnea. wanted to repreaent The Blehraan Drothen' Company or Clerelud, Ohio—the world"i largeit manufacturing raulleri of men't clothing. Spring and lummer line U ready—bigger anil better then erer. Price reduced to $18.50, tune liberal coramlnlon. Write . THE RICKMAN BROCTtERS COMPANY Dept. S, Box S31. Cleveland. Ohio. SALESPEOPLE:—Are you making $4 per day? If not, why not Investigate? See D. J. Dolly, 1716 Elght- eenth, apartment 1. Call Monday. Situations Wanted—Male I*AWN8 laked by power machine. Cheaper ani better than hand work. Tree and vine pruning Free eillmallon. Phone 2HI9-J. 161 Situations Wanted—Female LADY deilrei hour work or wajhlna. 1191-J. Phone 163 EXPEntBNCBI) lalealady. one capable of taklni charge of imeJI builnm. wlihei poaltlon. Writ* Boi 8S-B, The Callfornlan. 108 For Rent—Rooms FOK KENT—Two lonly furnlihed roomi. wit he*t and hot water. Knur windows. Good cloiet , Blnfle, IS; double. 13 a week. 1005 Truitu trenue, corner of P itreet. OW8 room, to nenlleman. two blockt Iron big fT'rT-'. JM1 O'DW* fttMl. 4«QJ-J. houie at 621 Pacific llreet, nicely furnlihed, OTeritutfed. Oarage, No children. Apply 14.10 Baker itreet. Phone 1231-J. For Rent—Apartments BY PURCHASING YOUR USED CAR PROM A RELIABLE DEALER. GUARANTEED CARS WITH EASY G. M. A. C. PAYMENTS. 1932 Chevrolet coach, like new, $485. 1932 Chevrolet do luxe std. coupe, radio, $525. 1931 Chevrolet special coach, $385. 1930 Chevrolet special sedan, $295. 1829 Chevrolet coach, $225. 1930 Chevrolet standard coupe, $275. 1931 De Soto sedan, 1475. 1930 Chrysler sedan, '$375. 1930 Ford sport coupe, $225. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $165. 1932 Ford pickup, like new, $395. 1930 Chevrolet pickup, $265. 1929 Ford roadster, $125. 1927 Dodge roadster, $75. HORIZONTAL lAny simple eugar. 7 Satirical witticism. 13 Genus of, frogs. 14 Church belfry. 16 Fluid rock. 17 Redacts. 19 Sun. 20 Black bird. 21 To pay attention, 23 June flower. 24 Toward. 26 Related. 28 Hodgepodge. 29 Exclamation of inquiry. >0 Twisted. 82 To exalt. 84 God of the sky. 50 Vestige. 85 Epochs. 62 To make 86 Coral Island. expiation. 87 Pitcher. 6S Fence rail. 15 Kindled. .55 Growing out. 89 Made obdurate. 67 Mathematical 41 811k worm. term. 42 Minor, note. 68 Part of Inner 48 Told Mongolia. Answer to Previous Puzzle 11 Farewell. 12 Part of China claimed by Japan. 15 Orlef. 18 Decayed tooth. 20 Blushing. 22 Expands. 23 To contemplate. 25 Pertaining to orgies. 27 Loved to excess. 28U. S. secretary of treasury. on a sore. (1 General aspect 29 Active. 46 Linguistic of a landscape. 31 still. stock, of Gold (2 To. assemble. 33 Eggs of fishes. Coast .Negroes. VEBTICAJj 34 Reverence. 39 Local position. lOld fortlfica- 40 To challenge, tlon of China. 43 Flaxen fabric. 2 Boy. ' 45 Trite. 3 One. 4 Delicacies. 47 Cuts length wise. 48 Solitary. 49 Hurrah. COMPANY Twentieth and M 163 UHNISHKO apartmrnti, four and rife room. Oaa. llKhll. water and garbage Included. 2514 Nineteenth itreet. 101 •oil "ftHNT— Modern bungalow court, 17M Baker Itreet 1«» WKLL KUIIN1SHED apartment at 119 Nlles street. Water paid. Y furnlihed )-roora apartment! with private bitthi, 110 and »2J.SO month, 15.50 and l«.0» neck. Light, m. water, llneni. electric wain- Inn machine furnliheil. Garage If required. The Woodrow, Baker anil Jackion itreeti. :U>HE IN, nice 2-room apartment, ererrthln* tur- nlihed. Cheap rent. Phone 4175. 1T14 Tvrentr- icconil itrect. FOH KENT—Well furnished apartment at Tho Kelly. Three rooms and luith. Oarage. Close In. Adults only. Uensonablo rent. Call 1805 I street. __ Phone 4093 or 363. 164 roil IU1NT—3-room furntihed apartment, with hath. SUrer, linen, gu and llghtl Included. Nice lleeplng porch. Car ipace. Very reaionllble. 2007 Twentieth itreet. APA IITMBNT. three roomi, completelr furnlihed. USED CARS PHOM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, >1BO down. 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1!>30 Chevrolet sedan, $100 down. 1930 Ford coupe, r. s., (100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $126 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. PHono 2288 181 falsehood!. 44 Incrustation .China. «• Melody. 5 Street <abbr.). "Anxiety. • Aurora. 7 Snaky fish. 8 Pair (abbr.). • Mirror. 10 To rant. 63 Turkish title. 54 Fab ulou8 bird. 56 To devour. 68 Junior (abbr.). 69 Behold. Chrysler "70" roadster, $195. 1930 Nash coupe, $296. 1929 Chevrolet coupe, $195. 1928 Essex sport coupe, $95. 1929 Ford sedan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $695. 1931 67 Butck sedan, like new, $796. Phone 831 1409 18th St. 183 Hot water. Clou In. $25. AUo front bedroom, . 110. 1510 H itrtct. I'hotit 3371. 104 I Chester at 24th 1929 Ford sedan, 6 w. W., $185. 1931 Chevrolet aedan, $395. 1930 Chevrolet coach, $286. TOP PRICKS PAID FOR AUTOS Phone 5828 • 182 CHICKH. hatching cm. milom hatching, rttaio order now for future delivery on chlcKi. Prleit Poultry Ranch, DVi ml lei louth on Union Dvonuo. Dogs and Other Pete TOR SALE—Wire-haired pupplea. male and female. 411 Han Kmkllo itreet. Tart. Calif. 163 Wanted—Miscellaneous Book 353, of Official Records, nt Pago 349, Kern County Records; and WHEREAS, BANK OP AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, a National Bunking Association, Is successor to BANK OF CALIFORNIA. « corpo- WHklllflAS, the lawful owner nnd holder of said Deed of Trust and the 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, nnd to make sale pursuant there, to: nnd WIIKRKAS, notlcd of breach of tho obligations of the tnistor has been recorded as Is provided for by law, and more than three months have elapsed since the said recordatton, and said trustee deems It best to sell snld premises and estate as a whole now remaining subject to said Deed of Trust, or such parts as may bo necessary to fulfill the purposes thereof. NOW, T1IKRKFORK, notice Is here. by given that on Thursday, tho 23d day of February, 1933, nt the hour of 11 o'clock A. M. thereof, at the west front entrance of the Kern County Court House, situated In the City of Bakcrsfleld, State of California, tho BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor to HANK OF AMKR- VANTED—Proven oil acreage, for Im- ! ICA OF CALIFORNIA, ns trustee, • ' NOTICE . '; '/,:.) ,4,;; Controller's Department •State of California " ' To tho Tax Collector of,the County of Kern, State of-California) . ; WHEREAS, a deed or deeds conve*- ln» to the people of the St^te of California tho title to the property hereinafter described havlnir 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 Stale of Callfoi rnln and mediate drilling. H. C. Dahl, 316 North La Peer Drive, Beverly Hills, Cnllf. Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous GOOD 5 or 6-room houie, Muit he cheap for ceih. Hire full particular!, field. P. O. Boi 168, Bakeri 163 VANT TO BUT—Walk-In butcher boi: caih reglitir, icalea. typewriter, adding machine, itore. office and reitaurant equipment. 800 Italtrr itreet. Phono 3139. 105 VANTBD—Ught car, cheap. Touring or roaditer preferred. Phone 4811 or 5-108-J. For Exchange—Miscellaneous • I'NIT Unlrenal milking machine and bucket, Hi-hnriepower motor, pipeline for 14 cowl. Want turkeyi or chlekerfi. Machine at Waico. Owner. George W. Wagner. 5341 Kagledale arenue, Loi Angeles. Business Cards will, under and pursuant to the nfore- lald Deed of Trust, sell at public auc- lon to the highest bidder for cash In Jnlted States gold coin, the following Icscrlbed property, mentioned In said Jeed of Trust, being nil that property n the Estate of Charles Conn. Do- censed, Probate No. 3SS3, Superior ^ourt, County of Kern, State of Oall- ornla. and more particularly described s follows, to wit: All of the Interest of the stild Trustor In and to the properties of said estate real, personal and mixed, and acquired by the trustor either as heir, devisee, or by compromise agreement, with the other heirs and devisees of said decedent, the Interest of the Trustor In said properties being an undivided 1 /7th of an undivided 6D% of all properties In said estate available for distribution therein. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession or DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Birs ITetfUche li ttuy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S 8KRVICB FOR $13 Orer Hughci Drug Store Nineteenth ind Cheitcr Phone 1119-7 PIANO TUNING Factory Reglitered Tuner 13.50 Satlifactlon Guaranteed •* CARL A. BYRD Phone 1309-M 930 Truitun Afenne SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET 8WKAT8 HEDUC1NO Colonte Irrigation IKBTITUTB OP HYDROTHEHAPT 1119 r Slreal 8 a. m. to I p. m. Ptane SOI*. LAUNDRY SERVICE LiundtT Eirrlce fneicelled-rrhat Ii Our Blofii Ten Different Serrlcei and Zorlc Odorleii Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Bliteenth and O Sliced Phone 25* STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palmi Maternity Home) NEW FI REPROOF MODRRN Lllenied GnuluMc Nuriei In Attendance Lou (Rrmltne) Denham. l*roprielor T»l El«hth Street Phone 546» Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PCBUC ACCOUNTANT INCOlfB TAX SERVICE. AUDITS. SYSTEMS Eult» 103. Profeiilonal BulldlBf Phone 4961 DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR relnleii Syitera Complftj Kltctrotherapy Senlce, Foot Cerreetlem Houti. 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 8, 7 to I p. n. Roomi 111-112-11] Morgan Building 1711 Cheilir Arenue Telephone 55111 Lady Attendant NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6181. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDWARD R. BARKLEY, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of the estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to the creditors of, nnd all persons having claims against the estate of the snld Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to exhibit said claims with the necessary vouchers within six months from the date of first publication of this Notice, at the office of Borton ft Petrlnl, 304 Professional Building, Bakersfleld. Kern County, California, tho same being the place selected by said Administrator for the transaction of all business pertaining to said estate, or to present and file said claims with the necessary vouchers with the County Clerk of the County of Kern, State of California, within six months from tho date of the first publication of this Notice. Dated: and first published this 14th day of January, 1933. NORMAN C. HOUZE, Administrator of the Estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased. BORTON & PETRINI. Attorneys for Administrator. Jan. 14-21-28; Feb. 4, 11. encumbrances. Dated at Bakersflcld, California, fnnuary 28, 1933. BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND .SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, as Trustee. By A. C. Dlmon. Vlce-Presldcnt. By Ulysses A. Grlbble, Assistant Trust Officer. Dates of Publication: Jan. 28; Feb. 4, 11 and 18, 1933. • ORDINANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows: Section I. It shall be, unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to mutilate, destroy, collect, or 1 remove any of the following named plants, to-wlt: Desert Holly (Atrlplex hyiuenely- :ra); all species and varieties of Cnctl; Snow Plant (Sarcodes san- gulnea); Yucca .(Hesperoyucea whlp- plel), also known as Spanish Bayonet; loshuu Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also known as Yucca brevlfolla: Tiger Lily (Lilian parvum); Kern County Cy- jress (Cupressus nevadensls); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttallll); Adobe Lily (Frltlllarla pluraflora); [litter-root (Lcwlsla redlvla): nil spe-' cles and varieties of Marlposa Lilies (Calochortus); Clarkla (Clarkla xan- tland); Red Bud (Cercls occldentalls), also known as Judas Tree; nnd Fre- montla (Fremontodendron callfornl- cum), also known na slippery elm, wild quince and leatherwood, or to [>lck, or to cut any branches/fruits or blossoms therefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parts thereof, whether growing on public or private land In the County of Kern, without a permit Issued by the Agricultural Commissioner of saM County, or except In the case of private land, the owner gives his consent thereto. Section II. Permits may be Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner to the duly accredited representatives of any public library, museum, herbarium, or educational Institution, or to herbarium collectors to take such plants or parts .of plants for educational or scientific purposes. Section III. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly the wild flowers of Kern County, by using said wild flowers In the decoration of automobiles, except In the case of public displays, under a permit so to do, Issued by tho County Agricultural Coinmls- for the non-payment of State county taxed; AND. WHEREAS, five years ..-.elapsed since the • date of said sale, nnd no redemption, according to law, has been made of said property, or any part thereof; ' NOW, THEREFORE, In pursuance of the law In such case made and provided, I, HAY L. 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 authorise, empower, nnd direct you, tho said Tax, Collector, to sell at public auction,'In separate lots or parcels, the property hereinafter dif- scrlbed. - • . • •• •'• v The property above referred to, and hereby authorized to bo sold, Is glt- unte.'lylng and being In the County of Kern, State of California, bounded and particularly described ns follows,' towlt: Property sold to tl?e State June 30th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of .1983: SV, of SWV 4 , surface right only, , Section 22, Twp. 31 S., Rg. 24 E.. M. D. I). & M. Deed No. 12. No bid shall be received or accepted nt suoh sale for less than the amount of all the taxes levied upon such property, nnd nil costs and penalties for every year delinquent as shown by the, delinquent rolls for said years and also all tax liens up to the' date of the execution of the deed to the State, together with Interest at seven per cent per annum and also the graduate redemption penalties required under Section" 3817 of Political Code computed upon tho aggregate amount of the taxes for each of said years from the first day of July following delinquency to the ylnte of the sale hereunder, and all expenses accrued to the date of the sale under this authorisa- tion. Said sale shall be conducted In all respects ns provided for by law governing such sales. GIVEN under my hand nnd seal of office, at Sacramento, this 31st day of December, A. D. 1932. (SEAL) RAY L. RILEY, Controller. By Clarence H. Smith, Deputy. THEnEKOIlE, In pursuance of law, public notice Is hereby given that t will on the 15th day of February, A. D. 1!133, nt the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, In the office of the Tax Collector of snld Kern County, State of California, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for' cash In law- . ful money of the United States, the snld property hereinbefore In said authorization described, which said authorization Is hereby made a part of this notice, to-wlt: Property sold to state June 30th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 1923. Description of property: SV4 of SWVi, surface right only, Section 22, Town' whip 31 S.. Hango 24 E., M. D. B. & M. Deed No. 12. Assessed to J. A. Jones et al. Taxes of 1923 13.84 Special School and other taxes delinquent 4.53 Penalties on delinquency (16-5 and 6 per cent) 1.03 Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum ' from July 1, computed, upon taxes only ; • 610.5 50 per cent graduated penalty." : under Section 3&17 '..... 4,19 Assessed to J. A. Jones, et al; , .• . Taxes of 1926.. :... 1.84 Special School and other taxes . . °.K3 .50 .delinquent Penalties on delinquency (16-5 nnd 6 per cent) ............. . .. Costs on delinquent roll ...... .. .. Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only ................. 2.0250 per cent crndunted. .penalty ..•..-. »i under Section 3S17 ............. 2.1S ' Assessed to J. A. Jones, et al, Taxes of 1926 .................. Z.0» Special School and other taxes delinquent ................. .... 2.41 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 upott • the taxes only .................. 1.77 50 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 ........ . ____ 2.2J Assessed to J. A. Jones et al, Taxes of 1927 ............... .. . 2.4S Special School and other .taxes delinquent ....... . ...... ........ 1.79 Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 6 per cent) ........... ..... s .52 ....... .50 sloner. Section IV. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $50.00 or by Imprisonment In the County Jail for a term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine nnd Imprisonment. Section V. This Ordinance shall be In force and take effect thirty (30) days from nnd after tho adoption thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof- shall ho published for at least one week In The Bakersfleld Califor- nlan, a newspaper of general circulation printed nnd published In the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the members of the Board of Supervisors voting for nnd against the same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, -this 30th day of January, 1933, by the following vote: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wlmmor. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITE, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. : Fob. 4-18, 'Incl. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Europe! By HARRY J. TUTHILL MR. AND MAS. A. DERRICK , WHO AB.fi VI6ZTIMC} THEIR. RECENTLY MARRIED DAUGHTER, MM. ROBERT ORUBBCR,ARE FLAMMlNd k A .SUMMER TRW - -i TO EUROPE. GEOROC! LI6TCN THI6 IN THE 60CIETV COLUMN DID YOU HEAR THATf m mmm WHATl DERRICK GOING. TO SEE EUROPE*' HE OUGHT TO 6EE HIS | CREDITORS A. DERRICK GUNNER! THERE'S CLARA FOR YOU I OH DOESN'T IT JUST GIVE YOU THE CREEPS'TO SEE , HOW QUICKLY MONEY GOES TO A HEAD LIKE CLARA'S? EUROPEl AND THAT EXTRA A KrORC THEIR NAME! L.DERRICK GUNNER! UGHl COINS TO EUROPE! AND A LITTLE OVER A WEEK AGO ALL DERRICK HAD WAS A PAPER SUITCASE AND A RAILROAD MAP TO 6HOW PEOPLE WHERE HE WAS GOING IF THEY'D CASH A CHECK FOR HIM. EUROPE! AND TO THINK THAT ONLY A LITTLE WHILE, AGO I WAS TELLING CLARA THAT'S WHERE I ALWAYS WANTED TO GO. 'EUROPE! CLARA! . IMAGINE. WELL jo, ONE: THING ABOUT THE TRIP IS THAT FOR. ONCE DCRAICK IS COINS SOME PLACE WHERE HE , CAN'T BOARD FREE WITH RELATIVES. (EUROPE! ONE DAY WHEN CLARA WAS REAL BLUE I CHEERED HER UP BY TELLING HER, THAT EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER, LINING, BUT WHO'D EVER IMAGINE THINGS WOULD TURN OUT LIKE THIS? 'EUROPE! Costs on delinquent roll. Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only 1.71 50 per ' cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.64 Assessed to J. A. Jones et al, Taxes of 1928. 2.48 Special School and other taxes delinquent 1.01 Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 5 per cent) 44 Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only 1.14 iO per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 1.80 • Assessed to J. A. Jones et al, Taxes of 1929, Including Special School and other taxes delinquent 4.7R Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and S per cent) 47 Costs on delinquent roll .60 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon , the taxes only ,... .87 30 per cent -graduated penalty under Section 3817 1.43 Total taxes 17.JS Total special school or , other • taxes ..'.... 14.30 Total penalties on delinquency (15-10-6 and 6 per cent)....... 3.54 Total costs 3.00 Total Interest 1Z.6H Total graduated penalties 14.47 . Cost of registering notice and postage / 20 Cost of advertising this notice... 41.79 Least amount for which property may be purchased $107.25 No bids will bo received or accepted for said property for less than tha amount of all the taxes levied 'upon said property, and all Interests, costs, penalties "and expenses' Up to the data of this sale, together with all subsequent taxes that may have been levied upon said' property up to the date of the Issuance to the State of < the deed or deeds referred to In said Control! r er's authorization, with all Interests, costs, penalties and other charged thereon added to such subsequent" taxes, . Given under my hand at BakersfUld, In the County of. Kern, State of-California, this 21st day-of January, A. T), 1933. • C. E. DAT. Tax- Collector of the County of Kern, State of California. • ' HKIiEN SIMS, Deputy. Jan. 21-28; Feb. 4-11. WITH THE HUMORIST VERY PLEASED Officer—Miss, you were doing sixty miles an hour. ' She—Oh, Isn't that splendid! I only learned to drive yesterday. — The Wheel. • * a » ' QETTINO BETTCRI • "How IB the patient's heart action thla morning-, nurse?" "Splendid, doctor. He'a,proposed to' me twice already."—Tit-Bit*. *

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