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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933 Special Announcements For Rent—Houses TELEPHONE 2531- von PRICES DR. I'LETCHER B22 KBNTTCKY STREET (Next to Granada Theater) I FOR RENT— -Unfurnished Nto rooms. modern, South It. IS.I.OO; 5-room mcxlr.rn, Hlshland 1>«rk, $25.00, ; water paid; R-ronm modern. ^i-nrre, $20.00; five roomi. l\4 acres, $50.00; 5-room modern, Bank itrcct, $30.00. Howard Nichols. Inc. Phone 383. 3-7-lt For Exchange—Property EXCJ1ANOB equity In furnished honis In East llakerafleld for what hnro you. Seen at SI 17 Hank street. 107 Radio. Musical Instruments For Sale—Automobiles 1CS IPECJAIj reiluml Intel, ivarn jiar. nleno. 12 Ifisons. No scales or eierdsei. Waterman fttno Bchoot. 1660 Cheater trenue. room 10. p i. YOU can SHVP nionoy by consulting: our Advisory Department before making funernl arrangement*. Phone 5032 or 310. Biikcrsflcltl Memorial Pnrlc, Inc. IK NOTICE of tale for pasture fharnrs. Notice Is hereby Rlren to all concerned thpro will be told at eubllc nuctlon on Saturrtay. February IS. 1033, two .Torsi")- yearllnii heifers. Rale will lie hold *t my farm. -1 mlle« south of Item lAltr ninch, to satisfy pasture clinrces. frjlcnril) H. P. nriw. ny V. .r. (Irrmr. 171 VUHNnTllE repaired! W» lirnkcn furniture; «• Blue loose Joint*, mend broken rhiiln. Bvery luh euaranlenl. Phone 473S. Jonrs, 1MB East, Twenty flrat atreet. 1M Lost—Foun d—Strayed furnished dunlei. «»r««o. Nlnrtrd. I ' .120. Water paid. 1400 Third street.. 1'honc I 5U6-W. 100 I rntNISHK'I) 4-room house; jrnratp. HIT Eleventh street. S13.50. Dt'Pl.EX. four rooms; saraue. T27 TC, $17. 30. B. It. White. 1831 Chnter. Phone 1116-\v. 16S POn UKNT—5-room rurnlahMl home. 1217 Orelon I street, J.10 month. W«tnr paid. Phono 412. ! Key at East Ilakersfleld branch Dank of Amorlcn. 1£7 e-OUn-HOOMfurnished house.with overstuffed ] set. 1HM Mies strrnt. "^ 1(17 on All Used Curs HOME REAL TtAUOAIXS 1,9, week, pair ladles' Bakeriflrld. l'|pa>e delitor Btreet and receive reward. glasses In city d to 1919 Orange Iiir Tan 1X)8T»—A pair or horn-shell rim el»«e«. In cue, on llt,kcr itrect. between sumnrr an Rumboldt. Retrinl. Rttiirn to The Callfomls of floe. 115 FI'RNISIIKD ItOliSB KOIl KENT. FIVU nooMs BijcKi'iNo ronrii, OAit.uir. NHAH HCIIOOL AND MARKET. MO.OO PKII MONTH. 210 KVHKKA 8TJIRBT OH I'JIONl: 1335. 100 KOlTTlKNT, In Alia Vista, beautifully furnished 7-roum house. Automatic heat. (1. K. rcfrlsora tcr. «C.fi. Hoi M. The California!!. 10 T KOU HKNT—To odillts. prlratc hoine. <l» rooms, furnished, lu-n hcdrooms. Douhlc garage.. Yard fenced. Hhndf,. Restricted neighborhood. Vacant the eluhteenth. 1/vated In llakersflcld. Vnr Information, apply ion Lincoln street, (llldalc, FOll n(.;.\T- -J-iijoii) furnished house, $17.00. *lan. ItRlits and radio Included. Work for purt rwit, 1020 1 street. Kir m house. USED CAU LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Pliono 119 (Opposite Courthouse) 182 U'li and hrneelet, on Monda; Howard. IX)RT—Two quilt*, two hlanlcet* 1.08T—Wrl»t Phone 3LTO- and «h«'t. en \Va<hln«ton ulrcet, (Mldnle. Call W97-W. or clf- Iher to M!> Woodrow street. OlUJntc. OST—Billfold coiitiUiiiiTi; iiote.s mill lORiil papers. 1t"wnril for Its rp- turu. II. 1C. O'Xell. Sluiftcr, Culif. Personals K—1 will nol bo contrarted by any u date. »bniary S. Il>o rMponslnle for any dent- ; IP lr.it myself nun this . IVIcr (Jonrul. li!7 mil RENT-- lAjrnlshed Inuilcrli B- Sunset Turk. Phono fl'nn. OO" INHinii—Sec the hest .Vrootii house 111 Bakersfleld. Hardwood floors. Wnler paid. Italf rent. Telephone 1047-11. Hlnman. | KOH HKNT—l-room modern furnished housr. i hreakfnst nook, tile sink. ImrdmxKl floors ami ! shower hath, nvprBtuffwl furniture. ClaraRO and I large yard. rrult. trees, hcrrlcs and fhrnlis. (!ood locution. Rent re«soii»bU-. I'honc 12II7-R. _!i:n_ Thirty-third street. ._ _ HIH ; COTl'AUB In court. In Kast lt«lu;rsfleid. dvpr- ; stuffed, automatic hcntcr. sho\ver. (!arane. 1/ils | nf rr.oni. Hont cheap. Telephone KilT-M', t'300 p • Arlington, j USBU CARS FROM A DEPE.VDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $160 down. 1331 Chevrolet sedan, J125 down. 1930 Chevrolet wedan, J100 down. .1930 Vord coupe, r. s., 1(100 down. 193t Ford wedan. ?125 down. 1031 Do Soto S sedan, J125 down. BAKERSPIBLD OARAOB USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. Phone 2286 PIANO tor site. Small site, modern, mahogan; ceie. Has good tone, and It In BO<X| condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any term) from responsible people. f\>r particular!, write I'-red tlutclier, 802 Vulton itreet, rresno, Calif. 109 For Sale—Miscellaneous ONK dollnr weekly buys n good, fully- i gunranteed Hoffman pluno, specially i priced nt $25. Free delivery. Don ! C. Preston, Tegeler Hotel Bldg. 182 j LUDWIU long-neok bnnjo and case, $49; regular $150. Terms. Don C. •'roRton. 182 (CASH AND CAimi ONt-T) 100 Lba., Redefined, Highest. Qra<J« 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH. 11.19. JOO Ibs. reolenned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), 11.85. 76 Ibs, ROLLED HARLEY, 60e. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf • For Sale—Miscellaneous KKAUTER NUKSKUV (Nothing but the Best) Experlenoed and practical free landscape service. Complete, largo and quality stock grown In Kern county, Ask about free planting service. Largo complete descriptive catalogue on request. Free delivery In Rakersfleld and Taft. 501 Eighteenth Street, Bakersfleld 1CS FOR SALE—A-1 baled dairy nay. C»H K. Souza, 2626 L street. Phone 23S3-W. 167 FOrt NAM*—Cash register. I'JS.OO: new Royal Signet typewriter portable, $23.00. 1040 Chester HTonuo. 1118 Over « period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove tor yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for lesa than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. BuslncHu Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf M-PIKCK glass dinner eel lervlre for 8, regular te.OS. (his week only at 13.45. Dstli furniture ICxchange. 210.*, Chester arenue. 108 Chrysler "70" roadster, $145. 1930 Chevrolet coupe, $l!9u. I92n Chevrolet coupe, $190. l!i2S IOHHVX sport coupe, $95. 1029 Ford RPdan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $695. 1931 67 Bulck sedan, like now, $795. Phono Sill 1409 18th St. 182 1 PLANT your tree.s and shrubberies j now. Full line of choice nursery 182 slock. Very low prlc-es. Choice roses, — Ifl cents, while they last. Bakers- 1 field Nursery, 631 Sixth street. Tele- pliolin 32$. 1CS I iM'LVKRIXBU rlalry fertilizer. 15 cents a sack, : or |2..'iO for 1-ton trurklotd. delivered. 1'hone < 4H07-W. 1I50 1'OH SAI.K--I'ulrerl7.cd sheep manure. 25 eenls a sick, delivered, riione -U71-W. 1C9 50.000 SQUARE FEET of good used corruiatert galrflnfgcd Iron, all Ffzes, for Bale cheap. United Iron and Metal Company, 2810 Chester arenue.. 2-7-tf ATTO PAINTING. "DUCO." Sia.nO TO $2r,.00. ncmv A\r> KUNDKR REPAIR. PKF.RLESS PAINT SHOP. PHONE 276. 5310 "BYB" 8TIIKKT. 183 Ml'ST SF/LL. Hhwv cases, scales, cash registers, meat sllcen. adding machines, freezer cases. Meat market, store, restaurant equipment. 309 Ilalcer. 178 ALL KINDS of \vell rooted berry plants; artichoke! and asimmius roots. Shrubs. lied letting os«s. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Dcnlo, Vrultrale. For Sale—Miscellaneous WOOD. Remember Peoplei' Wood Taril, for drf, lound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prlcet right Phone 0308. ITS AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, $2,00, Franklin Gln.86 Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tf BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment just received. Also a few flower bulbs left at reduced prices. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phono 100. 182 GOOD oak wood, all lengths and sizes, quality guaranteed, Mean Ice Dellrcry. Phono 1808. 191 Ain COMPRKSSOlt and electric lighting plant, made by Kohler. 110-tolt semi-Diesel engine. Cheap. Phone S5'I8-J. . Poultry and Livestock DO YOU want iom» fine lartto baby turkeys, Mammoth Ilronte, big bone, well fleshed type! Custom hatchlnu. y.te, Hatcher. Shatter. 107 BAHV CHICKS—!Yom hlith-«r»<le blowl-Ici'ted slock, lleds. Rocks, White. Custom hatchlnc. .Shatter Hatchery, half-ratio louth, half-mile oust Bhafter. luo Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Bayi Heidarhe It eaiy. Let him help you. ONE MONTh'8 SKAVICB FOB 118 Over Huthei Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone U10-J PIANO TUNING rietory Iteilit«red Tuner 13.00 Batlifactlon Ouaranleed CARL A. BTRD Plant 1808-M (SO Truitun Arena! SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS HEUUC1NO * Colonlc Irritation INSTITUTE OF HTDnOTHERAPt 1112 F Street ' 0 a. m. to 9 p. m. Pfeone 10(1 WANTED—A. icntle horio that will drive. 24(17 or 4IW1-J. Phono IIIH LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Sertlce t'neicelltd—That la Our Bloiu Ten Different Berrlcea and Zorlc Odorleii Dry Cleanloi CITIZENS LAUNDAY Bllteenth and O Streets Ph«n« S9) Ffln SA1JJ—rat turlioys. IS rents pound. Also fat young ducks, 12 cents pound, llalf-mllo east Union avenue plunge. Young. ( STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palms Maternity Home) NEW FinEPIUlOF MODERN Ulenied Graduate Nurses In Attendance I/m (Hemline) Denhim, Preprlelor 721 Blghth Htrwt Phone 0*03 'OMi3I.V.\TIOX c'.ird tiiid (on nip reading. Draper'* lumc'li, It street. two blocks suuth uf rii'uiiil.'i^e T^anc. Financial •XO BROKERAGK—XO BOXL'S'i Minimum Tnsuranco at UourU natu.s Inveatlffate and Re Convinced CONSUMERS r-REDIT CO. A Relliible Const-AVIdo Institution j Jlaberfelde Arcade Bide. Plionc ior.,1 1S2 I'VIINIKIIKD apartments. Nineteenth and 1). Oteri stuffed furniture. VrUldalre. fl-room houie, • L'OOO Orange. Apply t'031 Ntnvlcenth alreet, ?ro- ' rpry store. Phone MiM-,/. 17.1 TIlRBK-lliiOM Furiilaheil~apartnii)nt, HithU, lias and vvatyr paid. $20.00 PIT month. Ynrl; Apartmentj. )114 Ilaker ulrecl. 10U i'THNlSHKD bungalow apartment, three rooms. bath and service porch. Tile Kink and shower. Adults only iind no pets. Dose In. 2r>19 1 i >tre*t. MONGOLIAN DESERT KOR SALE—feeder hogs, brood sows, I weaned pigs, prices right. \V. K. I T.ce. Telephone Lerdo. T6g ] A HKAL< cpeclal, 200 1'rof. Dr.vilen'j and Hansen 1 I<eifhorn chicks from blood-tested, trap-nested slock, a weeks' old. Pructlcnlly out of danger, i $13.00 per hun<lred. Better hurry. Also hatching eggs and liny-old chicks of all breeds, at reduced prices, interview Hatchery, llelle avenue. North l.'hestyr avMiue. Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT , INCOME TAX 8ERVICI3, AUDITS, ST8TEM» BulUt 103. Professional IJutldlDf Phona 4991 FOH SALJi—Laylne lienj each. Phone 21-F-3. and pullels. ~t cents For Rent—Farm T^and IH30 Ford tudor sedan, $2Su. t!li!l Chevrolet sedan, 44<i. 11130 Dull-It sport coupe, $4uU. TOP PllICKS PAID KOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phono 082S 182 DOUdLASH' PHICKH CUT. L'SKD CA11S. 2105 1 I finance my contracts; low charges; easy terms. 103"> noilco coupe, }|10; Maxwell sedan. $35. Willys-Knight touring; curtains; A-l tires. $23. 1N27 Ford roadster and touring; A-l. Down $20. 1PIM Cherrolcl coupe, J10; 1928 Jissex roadster,^$09. 11130 Ktont minister; curtains; A-l. fl!>0. do>vn'$tJO. Late 11)28 Dnlge "II" cuupe; ituod shatie. $175. 1IJ2S Ilulck touring: curtains; new 0-ply tires; two fender wells; A-l shape, $100. Local Companies Keep Your Money FLOYD DUNLAP, Quick h'ervlfo In BakevsfieUl. 1521! L'OTH S*T. FOR RENT—Two-acre i.-h|i-k<>n ranch. VlHta Park tract. J20. Will sell or trade. Phono 820. Henry Elssler. 1^-ap-tf WANTED man, CO plenty of for grade-.\ milk. Address; Farmer. P. O. \\r.\\ 1. Tlpton. California. inn o rent, by Holland Dutrh ilalry- acres or more alfalfa. Must hate rater and good buildings, equipped | JACK SE5C: R15POSSKSSKD Plymouth, 1932 series, ; 2-door sedan. Kloutlntf power and ! fr»e wheeling- Reliable parly can | tiiku up delinquent pnymenls anil i pay balance at $25.22 monthly. \Vrlto Finance, care The Callfornlan. HONEY TO LOAN— W,, have an unlimited amount cf money to loan on farm property. T»ng term :oans. 5S per rent Interest. Guy Oreenlcaf. aec- . retail. No. 258 Jefferson street. Phone 4123-W. ; Business Opportunities roil HENT or le«e. g»sollne station and luli"h i room . on Taft highway. Apply 1510 Orrgon , street. Kast Bakersfleld. 1M to i Rent— Houses \VANTKD to rent, hy rcspoiiMlhln tenant, furnished house, twn or three bedrooms, In \\'ost Haker.sflcld. l!ox S-15. The ''allfornlan cfflcf. _ IPS For Sale — Improved Property Evory Car u Bargain. 1931 Ford coupe, like new, $29,',. 1931 Ford de luxo roadster, clean, $245. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2310 Cheater Avenue 1 22 Fairy Jac-k_">lD^ Manager 1R2 i ^ p roc e e(led \VA\Ti:r> trade liod«p Senior sedan for I>ord. ' HORIKONTAIj 1 Series ot events of epical) dignity. D Type of orange tree. 10 Having natural luster as gems, M Desert In Mongolia, 15 Orbed or crescent, 36 On any occasion. 17 Profit. 18 Pound (abbr./. 19 Canal separating Asia and Africa. 20 Russian mountains. Answer to Previous Puzzle IMymouth or Chevrolet, or equity, llione Automotive Service SUNSKT PAltK 1IOMIC Extremely largo 5-ronin hoiini In Sunset Park, In very £<><"! ciinilitlon and located on a imved strpot. Kloctrlc floor furntice for heal. This bouso is repossessed and wo will sell on terms at the bargain price 'if S447D.OO. Property ready for Inspection soon. liRA.VOT IXA'ESTMUNT PO. 181.1 Chester Avenue. Phone 129S. " ' " '*-!)- If UOOD CATIPENTEIV painter and paperhanger. ,-——v,T^-T~r--^ =— -. ; ' Very reuonable. Dav ur contract. Any*hero. ! HH,H\\ A ^ frontiiRe. 120 foot, close to Phone I60-W. 167 i 1X>GAL man wants partner with sniull i-apltal for manufacturing mav-hlne. patents pending. Ready market. InTestlsato this. References. Bol 68. Tlie Callfomlan. 1611 KOR SALE—Grocery store and service station with living iiuiirters. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono 363. 1_67 Contractors and Builders 1'APEHIIANOINO. painting, tinting. Dune ti) suit. ; »7 eonuact or hour. Intimates el'.rerfully zl'en.* ' Scott. 805 Eighth street. Phone P18-W. _ 185 WANTED — Painting, paper hanging and tlntlnn. Drst-elass \tort. Phone BtO-W. _ hiS Help Wanted— Male WE'PURNIStr the store, rent, tights, • etc., with full line of standard merchandise and Rive you one-third of ! the profits. Men with fair education, able to meet the public, will be taught tho bURlncss. See Mr. Clary at 2015 Chester avenue, inorn- ings. __ 1C s \\'ANTKD—Neat appearing men and women. In dust/lous and u-llllng to \rork full or part Urn". Ambitious men and women can earn $.', to $10 ;ior day. Unusual opportunity for advancement ' to those who prove their efficiency and ability. Applicants must apply In pertou. between 1 ami ' J. ?:30-8:30 p. m., ot L'121 Suniet, natieriflclil. Calif. rhestor, on now state highway. Terms. Klmor !•'. Karpo. Pbune 210. 1H17 Klirhteenth street. 2-3-tf AUTO TOI'S. CfltTAlNS, rlMIOl.STKRlNd i At greatly reduced prices, (iuaraiitretl work. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOl'H Blghteenth and O. Vhnnc I1M5. 1S2 : | For Sale-—Furniture ; •l-PIKCB hedroom set. ranlty. hon,-h. bod and ! chest-of-draweM, complete with coll springs and Inner-spring mattress, ?;ts.riO. Paris Furniture Blrhange. l j l""i Chester fltcnue. IPS t you SALH or trade. KIMrlc sewing machine, i Baa. oil and casollnc stoves^ all kinds of furnl- j turo. cheap. 2^00 folium) hlglm'ttj-. 163 ' 27 Anger. 29 Entrances. 33 Downward slope. 34 Originating; within the body. 37 Farewell! 38 Ba In Egyptian religion, 39 Within. 40 Lawyers* charge. 41 AValklng about. 46 Sea eagle. 47 Craft. 48 Prophet. 49 Stallion. 51 Mocked. 53 Gem. 55 Turf. 5S Northeast. 59 Ana. 63 To redact. 64 Luster. 67 Pitcher. 68 Periods. 69 Cares for. 70 To lease. VERTICAL 1 Embryo bird. 2 Blue grass. 3 Sash. 4 Skull cavity. 5 Bulging pot. 6 Refined. 7 Form of "a". 8 Cold Coast Negro.» 9 Lake emptying 60 Reverence, into Niagara 61 X. 13 Turkish cap. 21 Thing. 22 Entreated. 23 Tatter. 24 To adjust. 25 Stream. 26 Music drama. 28 Sun god. 30 To deduce. 31 Rows upon rows. 32 Landscape. 35 Turkish weight. 36 Form of "any" (Btbl.). 42 Structural units. 43 Energy. •14 Deity. 45 Ten. 50 Not younger. 52 Orient. 54 Sties. 55 Guided. 56 Stir. 57 Humor. DR. B. BUZAN Palmer (Irailuate CH1ROTOACTOII 1'alnleti System Ctnplete Electrotherapy Service. Foot CornettoM Hours. 10 to :: a. m., : to 9. ? to I p. a. Rqpmi 111-112-113 Morgan Bulldlnf 1711 Ulieiter Atenue Telephone 5518 I^adi Attendant K 8TBEK.T Poultry Market. .1003 K street. Phone 4B38. ' M'a sell all kinds of poultry. Dresswl find deltveretl free. 167 BAHY CHICks ami hatching ongs. Ucds. Han- i sen Leghorn*, \Vlilto Hocks, trap-nested Dryilen '• Hocks. Wlllard Hatchery. 902 South Baker, i. 1'hone 5.'i83. \ • Wanted—Miscellaneous [' ! : ~- ^STATEMENT OF MINUTES BOARD WANT somo one to drill oil well. Prultvalo field. °f..^f.f,"^ 18 ?"? F 9 R M EE TINQ Producing wella three sides. I ^dll finance lahor j H ELD MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1933. Lejfal Notices Write. Uoi 64-n. Callfornlan. 1(1,4 Wanted to Buy—Farm Land WANTED TO BUY—Two to five acres with .small house, edge of city. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono 363. 167 i Wanted to Buy--Migcellancous U'.A NTED— Used crentufred Chesterfield set immediately. Must be cheap. Phone G257 before 1 D. m. 160 ! WANTED, poultry, at SS03 Cheater arenue. 187 WANTED—The best light roadster $100.00 cash will buy. What hare you? Write Bol 33-B. ! The Callfornlan.. Jt)7 S130 CASH for 1929 model aetlan or better. Must ho clear and In A-l shape. Phone 3110-J. : Chester arenue. 107 For Exchange—Miscellaneous Falls. 10 End of game. 11 Sky god. 12 To, froat. 62 Work of skill. 65 Masculine pronoun. 66 Half'an em. HAVE beautiful dinner ring, 18 dlamooda. want large open car. Ilaie 10 nevv miniature bowling alleys, slot-operated. Want small business. Jack Ttrarkett, 014 Jackson street. 167 vm:n OPPORTITNITV to Invest for a 1101110 or fnr future profits. On Truxluii avenut', near Mercy Hospital. Good 4-room hou.«q anil garage. Paved streets, back yard fonred. Prire $2750. Don't JIIISH thl.s up, but sec H. A. Moon& .Son. Phone 488. l(i6 \VI1ITK rotary treadle sewing machine. eirellenL ! romlltlon, $1.1. ;i-plcco ivlrher Urine room set. | S15. Wicker dining set. $!J. Hu/npry gas Jjeater. | $.1. SIM Socnml itreet. 1(17 _ KOK SAIjK — On new proposed way, 107x122 feet; corner, two now buildings ; pre.sent Inroino $ys month. Sultnlilo for Hervlr-e Mtullon, ciifp or I'abtiiN. Kellv 41: Son, 1712 Chester. I Mi i_m e 383. __ _ 1 C 7 Toil KALI; or lease, cheap, six acres, just outsfito i;f rlly limits, south. \V. T. lllcc. 10.11 Chester i breakfast table, $3.00. i c-ovoii ff:ts rant,'* 1 . 511.50. ' host of drawers, JIi.90. | Kitchen chairs, 50c. I ...„ IVAN! L. I1AM.M • •H.T.- I Phono 341 1100 ElKhternth St. 1S2 f r "'tg i and I Vegetablca j ORANOKS uul graiufrult. 51.10 box. lll^nn SITT- j Ice Hlatlnh. l.",03 Kait Truttu.i. Orders dellv- i ored. fhnnn •!»!? or S7.1I-.J-13. MS I Legal Notices 47 Wanted— • WANTED— An elderly lady for cook, fur wKtover. ' TVo In family. Hoi 323. McFsrlaml. 10.7 | SALESWOMAN wanted. Opportunity [a buliii business of your a*l\ with Ko<x1 Inrrme tn <liv Iireisloii-proof Industry. Kstwhllshed icsmetlc manufacturer requires distributer In Uakrrsflrld. Write, glrlnc atUiress and phone number. Iloi 0-3. The California!!. nt* 1 nut*. IK11K IB tin plait) for a rhl.-lien rnnclt, ADI! one Kfill. City water. 4-rooin hwase ami largo klct'p- (113 pnrrh. (i round ir»3xi7ri, rum through froiu uii;; sired to (ho otJipr. A prosenl-clij- bargain it i $2,'iOO. Tcrmi, $210 drun, $25 month, llmrnn! Nli'hols. Im\, l.'.O!) Nliirtwnth. 2-0 tf For Exchange — Property V. WTKD Hanjifl stork nnrh to Sltn.imn in ex rhanze for fine lotwm orchard, or apartment. Tlox 0-3, rillfurnUn. M7 • "«'"" itut.it «•. *,nritii Klnc'f. tfitrtj'-flro rents witer bucket, elffhtr- titna cents to one twenty flvo boi. California anil T'nlon arrnuc. ItiT 01LANUKH ! OR.4 -VOKH ! Oil A.VGKti ! Very sweet and Julry. 7.1 runts urn! $1.00 for orange box. 1031 f.'lit-stcr nrenun— Arcnue market. SITnH.' SITIKS: Small, soll.l surk, 79 cents; utH'li's, 1'liMilin, cstni fanry. hen, 0,1 rents; flown. Sium ball. licaM. r> rot.U; licml Irtture, o«< li, 1 i-cni. Tvu'niy-nltitli strert ami Chester avt'iiu- 1 . fruit Ktuml. KrliUy nnd Kftturday. fai fae IT J 5T 51 T •• CK $Ss\ 5£ fa4- b«i> ^ bb ^ 5o £B s^x tiSS 5^ ssssssl ••» .,. 55~ b'/ 76 I 5T - 5T™ gr e said deceased and for hearing tho application of the petitioner for the Issuance to said petitioner of Letters where anj - person Interested may appear and contest the same. And It Is further ordered that, notice thereof be published in The Bakercfleld Call- fornlan for tho time required by law. Dated January 30, 1933. F. R. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-Offlcio Clerk of Superior Court. •Inn. 31 to V»l>. 10, Inc. T?oard took a recess until Friday, February 3, 3933, at 2 o'clock P. M. Friday, February 3, 1933 suant to recess of January 30,' 1!)33, with all members except Supervisors Brlto nnd Hurt, present. Claims against tho County were allowed. Board adjourned until the next regular meeting, Monday, February 0, 1933. at 10 o'clock A. M. F. K. SMITH, PROBATE No. 5283. Board met In regular session at 10 o clock A. M., with all members present. Claims against the County wore allowed. The minutes for the meeting held Monday, January 23, 1933, were approved, and Statement of Minutes of said meeting approved and ordered printed. Ordinance No. 250, providing for tho protection of wlldflowers. was adopted. The mini of J169.50, being receipts from the Kern County Airport for tho month of December, 1932, was accepted and deposited In tho County Treasury. Requisitions were approved. The sale of 1930 Studebakcr Sedan to John R. Huff Co. Inc..' for the sum of $225.00, was confirmed. Supervisor Hart was authorized to sell Junk • belonging to noad District No. 3, and the sale of said Junk to Cousins Tractor Co. for tho sum of J2.nO, was confirmed. The Board will- sell at auction on | the Courthouse steps nt 11 A. M., Monday. February 6, 1933, one 3929 Dodge Sedan, no longer needed by the County. The following applications for business licenses were granted, viz; Ido Chlccn, Bakersfleld. W. A. Klelnpeter, Taft. Kdlth L. Baker, Bakersfleld. Lee Bryan, Rakersfleld. What IB probably tha most extensive program of highway construction ever undertaken by any utnte In tho history of the world, Is now under . way In Pennsylvania, according to the, claims of Governor Plnohot. Over 250,000 persons are receiving public aid through the work, which Is giving employment to around 50,000 laborers. In less than two years, without any additional taxes, the state has built more than • three-fifths as many miles of roads ns in nil the preceding 22 years combined. The program IR under the personal direction of Governor Plnohot, who demanded that n type of road be adopted that would "extend the benefits of good roads over tho widest possible area, and yet bo durable enough to meet the needs of traffic." The majority of the roads are bolnir constructed of asphalt. For an average cost of one-tenth that paid for hlffh-cost pnvemontri, 5000 miles of Pennsylvania roads have been hard- surfnced with bitumens In tho last two years. EXPECT CHEVROLET'S SALESJOTOP1932 Signs ot the times; "Chevrolet bus sold as many cars In the Pacific coast region In January, 11133, as it. sold In January, 1332, despite the fact that wo have been In .actual production at. our Oakland plant only twenty day.s during the month." So said W. M. Packer, Chevrolet's P.iclflc coast sales chieftain today when asked If he had any sales datu which would ehow the trend of business. Packer returned yesttyday from a two-weeks' visit to Detroit and New York, where he conferred with com pany officials and visited the automobile shows In tho major eastern cities. "In February, 1933, we expect to outsell February, 1932, by about 3j per cent," declared Packer. "The reason, to us, Is obvious. Chevrolet, has never had such an enthusiast* reception ns It Is receiving this year. Because It is the largest low-priced car In the world, we are finding that people, with a desire for economy and no sacrifice In luxury, are stepping down from higher-priced cara to become Chevrolet owners." 13 SPEED The phenomenal string of 40 official A. A. A. American and International automobile speed records recently shattered by Auburn 12 ran the totnl so Order and Notice of Order appointing Time and Place for Proving Will j mid Hearing Application for Letters Testamentary Thereon. In the Superior Court of the State of California In nnd 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 HEREBY ORDERED, that Tuesday, February 14, 1933, nt 10 o'clock a. in. of that day, and the Court Room of Department No. 2 of the Superior Court, at the Court House, In the City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, be and the same Is hereby appointed as the Reports of County Officials were received and filed. Hearing was held on Viewers Report on proposed Road No. 842. Iden, made with Gllmore gasoline during 1932 up to the Imposing number of 73 nnd all but three of the!«e were mad cby cars using Gllmore Lion Head motor oil. "The automotive experts agree that j the record of 113.57 miles an hour for i 500 miles without a stop Is tho out; standing achievement of tho year," i says L,. R. Haupt, branch manager. Gtlmore Oil Company, "because It Is a conclusive demonstration of motor ef- > flclency made possible by perfect gras- Griffith et nl, Arlington Street, nnd oltne performance and faultless lubrl- "ild road declared a public highway. " ~ Claims of Slfrnnl Oil nnd Gns Company, California Western Oil Company Ltd., and the Hancock Oil Co, of Calif, for refund of taxes for the year 1931, were referred to the District Attorney. Bids were opened for tho Rale of bonds In the matter of Acquisition and Improvement District No. 3, and said bonds sold to Bank of America for par and accrued Interest. Gibson.' Dunn nnd Crutehcr wero employed to render an approving opinion as to the legality of the proceedings In the final Issue of bonds In tho matter of Acquisition and Improvement District No. 3. Resolution relative to additional rights of way In the matter of An- nul.s|tlon and Improvement District No. cation. Only the finest motor oil can stand up In n. motor at such speed, and the Gllmore Lion Head used In tho Auburn Is the same 'as that sold by Independent dpnlers. officials attest to this." The A. A. A. ADMITTED TO BARS CAMDEN, N. J., Feb. 9. (A. P.)— Fred Yarrow, arraigned before Judge John Boyd Avis on a charge of pos-' session of liquor, asked to represent himself. "I'm a better lawyer than the United States Attorney," ho declared. Twenty minutes later he started serving a 60-day jail sentence. Legal Notices GASOLINE ALLEY The Cops Have It WANTED—Three women, wl"i some grocery uti-re experience, for few days work, out of town, i Traniportalioii furnished. Vhonu U177 after j i* p. m. i By KING Help Wanted—Salesmen > H 'HI .•.••! !•! Ml !• •. .1^.1.1. I" I«.IS***«^^ .••••IM-.-.'a. ^.-. •••„-,- I SALESMEN—Are you making money? I If not, sec Floyd Dunlnp. IleHt prop- i osltlon In town. ir,2n Twentieth street. 1138 i MBN WANTED [or IUwleUti Hiy routes of 8(10 consumers In rttles of lukerfifleld and Haul t { Paula. Reliable hustler can start rarMlni: $'JO j weekly and Increase raplillr. Write UnmMlalclj'. i Hiwlfljli Company. Department CA-l-V. Oak- | land. Calif. Wanted— Ma c HIGH SCHOOL boy «ants work for room anrl board wlille attending Mil) srbool. Ilrfcrenrei Phcn» 448. _ 17» Situations Wanted— Female | FAMILY WASHING done liiilh-Mually. I'.verjtlilnj finished, II. 50 a wrek. Callrd for and delivered. Phone 22IM-R. 1(711 Klilemitli «lr«et. l«r ' For Rent—Rooms With Board ^=- ROOM and boarj. 111.50 per seek. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundings. FVee parkins. AUu transient dinners, r,o rents. 2028 Nineteenth street. Telephone P37. 8-27-tf ! For Rent—Houses ! MODERN G-rooin cottage. Double KU- ! rago with cement floor. 201 C street Phone 62«. Henry F.lmlBr. 2-2-tf UNFURNISHED HOUSE 3-bfidroom hour,!-, with floor furnace, In Sunnst Park. Clean and modern. ; J40.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO J813 Chester Avenue, phontj IUDR TOR RENT—Furnished 5-ruoin house, larie~>'ard and iwaie. 1409 Oregon street. ]*hgne 'J248-K. ^^^ HO FOR RENT, furnished. 4-rixnn new modern duplex, i with faraia. Also 4-room duplex, 115.00. Call 7ZK Flower. I'hune 024. liM / / WANTED ( FOR STSALIM' V TWIS LOOK, JOE, I SET A NICKEL THAT'S THE CAR THAT WAS STOLEM FROKA TMOSE WOOLOW AOKMT THE BUNGLE FAMILY Opportunity By HARRY J. TUTU ILL YOUR COUSIN ALFRED fcUNGUe HA6 LOST SOME OF THE PCfVSISTCNCe HE ALWAYS USED IN ,ASKING YOU FOR MONEY, HASN'T HE? AND ME DION'I LOOK. VEIXY DISAPPOINTED WHEN HE rVUSHED OUT OF HEP.E FEW MINUTES AFTER ARRIVED. 'nVO-JtOOM ruml lllhts Included. 1'OR RENT—2111 Otejon, raent. Owitc. and place 1607-M. FOR RENT— Nicely furnished half of lifil r«Wn, for uarlielors. 110 Gut blchUi street. 3-rooin liouse. for chickens. 167 Hase- I'lwno 1UT modern duplex. Garaue. 1605 Brunduge Lane. BENT— KurnlaKcd 0 attractive, 1 Water palj. Call ut las' fOR porch, all reflnlshed. 188 or 19?g. -room. with sleenlng ; .'1020 Q street. Itinne ' 1(18 _ FOR RENT— Partly 'furiituhecl 4-rooni .IIOUKO. Adults. Inqulro 1407 Ches- IB)- Pluce. THERE'S SOMETHING MYSTERIOUS ABOUT THIS TRIP. HE CLAIMS HE'S REFORMED YOU MEAN HE DIDN'T WANT MONEY.?.. NOT EVEN TO HAVE. ^-1 YOU CASH / ANOTHER \ CHECK FOP. HIM? HIS FIRST WORDS TO ME WERE; GEORGE,HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE? NATURALLY I INSTANTLY A MILLION \ DOLLARS! OH \ HE'S ALWAYS J MENTIONING C. BIG AMOUNTS.^ ALL OF THOSE I BUNGLES DO ^_/ THAT WHEN THEY'RE FLAT BROKE. YES I KNOW BUT SOMEHOW OP. OTHER. 'ALFRED WAS DIFFEB.ENT THIS TIME. 80 MUCH , SO THAT FPsANKl-Y , I 6USPECT HIM A TELLING THE TR.UTH. WELL GEORGE I'LL ADMIT IT'S SORT OF CONFUSING TO HAVE TH, MAN COME- HERE WITHOUT SOME PLAUSIBLE J STORY ABOUT/f -} NEEDING, / MONEY I QUICKLY , X^B' ' T / THE IDEA OF HIM INSISTING THAT HE DIDN'T NEED MONEY SEEMED SO....WELL BIG,THAT I AGREED TO HAVE LUNCH xl WITH HIM AND 4i] LOOK OVER HIS NEW LINE. ORDINANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of th»' County of Kern do ordain as follow.v Section I. It shall bo unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to mutilate, deetroy, collect, or remove anv of the followlne mimed plants, to-\vlt:' I Desert Holly (Atrlplex hyrnenely- I tra) ; all species and varieties of- C'Hctl; Snow Plnnt CSurcodes san- gulnea); Yucca (Hesperoyuoea whip-' plel), also known as Spanish Rayonet; Joshua Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also I known as Yucca brevlfolla: Tiger Lily (Lilian parvumn Kern County Cy- presa (CupreKKus nevadensls); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium " purpuslll; Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttalltl); Adobe Lily (Frltlilarlu pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lewlsla redlvla); all species and varieties of Mnrlposa Lilies (Calochortus) ; Clarkla (Clarkla xan- tiana)! Red Bud (Cercls occldentulla), also known as Judas Tree; nnd Kre- montla (Fremontodondron callfornl- cium), also known HH sllppsry elm, wild quince and Icatherwuod, or to pick, 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 tho Agricultural Commissioner of said County, or except In tho cose of private land, tho owner u'ves his conspnt thereto. Section II. Permits may be Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner to tho duly accredited representatives of any public library, mu- Keumi 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 do- utroy wantonly tho wild flowers of Kern County, by using said wHd flowers In the decoration of automobiles, except in the case of public displays. under a permit so to do. Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner. Section IV. Any portion, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be Bullty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punishable ' by a fine not exceeding $50.00 or by Imprisonment In tho County Jail for d ioi'iii not pxi'codlnif 30 dijyK. or liy both such flno and imprisonment. Boi-tloii V. Thin Ordinance shall bo . in force and take effect thirty <3in, days from and after the adoption hereof, and prior to the expiration of thereof shall be published for at lease one week In The Bakersflcld Callfor- nlan, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published In the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the rnem- IJLTH of tho Board of Supervisors voting for and against the same. The foregoing ordinance waa passed and adopted by sultl Board of Supervisors or the County of Kern, State of California, this 30th dny of January, 1933, by the following voto: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wlmmer. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITK, Chairman of tho Board of Supervisor*. ATTEST: F. 13. SMITH. Counly Clerk and ex-offlclo ClorU of the Board of Suiicrvlciorn. Fub. 4-18, Incl.

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