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14 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA**, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1933 Special Announcements TELEPHONE SBSl-'tt FOR PRICES DR. PLETCH73U 022 KENTUCKY STREET (Next to Granada Theater) 168 For Rent—Houses For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Miscellaneous reduced rites. leirn itn tlilom. No ictlci or nercliei. Ptino School, 1660 CliMtn ivtnut. pUno, 19 W«l*rmin room 10',. 108 YOU can save money by consulting our Advisory Department before makliiK funeral arrangements. Phone 6032 or 840. Bakersfleld Memorial Park. Inc. IE" NOTICB or tile (or suture chtrm. Notice Is h«teby ilron to ill conc»rner] there wilt be lold >t public auction on S»turd»y. February 1". 1838, two Jersey yeirlln« heifers. 8«Ie will be held it my farm, t miles nouth of Kern Lil:n nwieh, to satisfy pasture charms. (Bltned) B. P. OMene. H>' F. J. Clrtene. Ijjl VURNITURE repaired! Fli broken furniture; rr- 8lue loose jolnti, mend broken chairs. Kvery lrJ> (Utruiteeil. llione 4758. Jone«, 219 Eait Twenty- flltt ttreet. 101 OUR everyday complete luncheon, Bii cents. Saturday and Sunday special. T-bono steak, 25 cent.«. Complete chicken dinner. Sunday, 35 cents. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 1208 Nlnp- teenth street. Jj^ TOOK, boj-i. another blj turkey oncl ohlcken ihnni. Sunday, it tho nM shootln« grounds, three rail™ north of Otltltlr on Woody rond. Nhntmna, rlflu and fancy novelty shooting 1 . Shotgun shells »ml run furnished free. I/ots of fun. Jlrtni ymir farorlt* dun. Onmc. early. Shootlnj starts at 10 >. m. Jess Dlrkerson. ]M Lost—Found—Strayed UNFURNISHED HOUSES Three-bedroom house, clean, modern, double gurage, water paid, ?4fJ per month, Two-bedroom house, modern, $20 per month. Four-room house, partly furnished, 117. CO per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avcnuo Phone 12D8 2-10-tf _ _ POll BENT— Unfurnlihetl five rooms, modern, Soil I h II, J25.00; B-room modern. Highland Park, J25.00, wilier pulrt! 6-room modern. 'd-ami, S'JO.OO; flte rooms. m acres. $SO.OO; 5-roorn modern, Hank ilreet. 130.00. Howitil Nichols, Inc. Phone 383. 2-7-tf FOB KENT—5-room furnished houac, 1217 Oreion street, (.10 month. Water paid. Phone 418. Key at Kan BakorsfieUI branch Hank of America. itir KOUn-rtOOM rurnl*h«l home, with set. 1014 Nlle« street. overstuffed ir,7 On All Used Cans SOMtt REAL BARGAINS USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester, Phono 118 (Opposite. CmirlhoUHe) 182 Foil 11KNT. In Alia VUta. beautifully furnished 7-room houBo. Aulomntlr hent. (). 13. rcfrlKern- tor. |l)5. Hoi .12, 'Hie California!]. 117 FVR IlKNT—4-reom furnished house. J17.00. (la«, ll«ht» nnd radio Included. Work for part rent. 1020 I street, 107 MODERN furnished bungalow. Parking space. room apartment. D street. lloiil very ronsonahlo. 1653 1(1 B USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER J932 Plymouth coupe, JlfiO down, 1931 Chevrolet sedan, $12u down. 1030 Chevrolet sndnn, $100 down. 1930 Forrl coupe, r, H., $100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1981 DC Soto 8 uedim, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next lo Fox Theater Twentieth nt O. Phono 22S0182 (CASH AND CARRt ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Orad* 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, 11.10. 100 Ibs, recleaned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs, lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenu* 10-28-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous B4-PIECB ilui dinner let serrlce for !, reiultr $6.85, thli week only it $8.45. Davli furniture Ktehani*. 210.', Chnter arenue. 168 50,000 SQUAUK FBBT of food uied corrunted jahanlzert Iron, all licet, for sale cheap. United Iron and Metal Company, 2810 Chester avenue. 3-T-tf AL'TO PAINTINO. "DTJCO," 412.50 TO $28.00. J10DY AN» FENDER RETAIIl. PEERLESS PAINT SHOP. rnONB 278. 2810 "EYB" BTREET. 1S3 WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Tard, for dry, mund wood. Honest measure. Prompt dellf- «ry. Prlcei rliht. Phone 2366. 170 Over u 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, no phones. ' Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf JFOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call K. Souza, 2626 L street. Phone : 2363-W. • 167 AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, $2,00, Franklin Glanfl Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tf For Rent—Apartments apartment!. Nineteenth and D. Overstuffed furniture. VrlKldiilr*. 5-room house. I'OOO Orange. Apply Ml Nineteenth street. :ro- eery store. Phone 56a4-J. 173 FOR RUNT— Nice, front double apartment. Oter- Huffed furniture, continuous hot water. Kent reduced. Qa» and light p»ld. 1M30 Chester avenue. US UOKT—A pair of horn-ihell rim liaises. In cute, on Baker street, between Sumner Humboldt. Reward, office.. tan •nil Ueturn to The Callfomlan 167 Personals _VOTICE—T will not bu re«non«lble for any debts contracted hy any on» hut myself from lhl« date. I^bruary R. IBSo. I'etcr tieorgl. 107 Financial apartment for nmt. In Paynter Court, corner Palm nnd U streets. Telephone 500.1-.!. or Inquire 1R01 PaJm street. 1611 TWO-UOOM furnished kpnrtmenl. Wafer. ItBhTs nnd n«« palil. Uie of phone. -2515 K street. 1932 Plymouth 4 MCdan, run less than 2100 miles. 1931 Oldsinobllo sedan, 22,000 miles. 1931 Auburn -1-door Hndan, froo wheeling. IflSO Ji'ord coupo. A-1 oondltlon. 1!»2S Auburn uabrlolct. All Priced Low. Terms If Desired BROWN-BOYD MOTOR COMPANY 2222 Chestor Ave. Phono 3965. 169 PLANT your trees and shrubberies now. Full line of choice nursery stoflc. Very low prices. Choice ro«es, 15 ronta, while they last. Bakersfield Nursery, 631 Sixth street. Tele- plirmo 320. H8 TOR HAI<K—PulTerlTied iheep manure. 2.1 centi a nark, dellfered. Phone 4471-W. 1«9 MI'ST SKLL. Show casei, icates, cnsh registers, meal sltcen. adding maclilnes. frecicr eases. Meat, market, itore, restaurant equipment. 809 Baker. 179 srs 70" roadster, J145. VKHY desirable 4-room imxlrrn apartment. Oarngo. Apply IMP Seventh street. J<!8 JX)ll~IlkNT—,1-toom furnrslu'd apartment, nllli ; bath. Sliver, llmm. gin and lights Inoluded. j Nice deeping porch. Car spare. Very renson- i able. 'J007 Twentieth street. ! $295. Chrysler 1030 Chevrolet sport coupe, 1929 Ford sedan, $19fi. AUTO LOAKSI CASH FOR CARS Phono S31 1-109 18th St. 182 ALL KINDS of well rooted berry plants; artichokes and asparagus roots. Shrubs. Ited setting eggs. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo. Krultvale. 179 BHOODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment just received. Also n few flower bulbs left at reduced prices. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phono 100. m GOOD oak wood, all length! ami ilzes. Uuallty cuniantced. Mears Ice Delivery. Phono 1808. 101 Poultry and Liyesiock DO YOU want IORIB fine largo baby turkeyi, Mammoth Bronte, big bone, well fleshed lypef Cuilora halchlng. Yalei Halchor. Shatter. 167 BAHY OUICKS—From high-grade • blood-teeted slock. Redi, Rocks, While. Custom hatching. Shifter Hatchery, half-mile louth, lialf-mllo ea*t Bhafler. 180 WANTMD—A gentle horse that will driro. 2157 or 4H81-.I. Phone 1US FOR SALE—Feeder hogH. brood sows, weaned pigs. Prices right. \V. K. Jjce. i Telephone Lerdo. Iu8 K HTRBET Poultry Market. 3H05 1C street. Phono •1838. We sell nil klndi of poultry. Dressed and delivered free. 1*' FOR SALB—Pat turkeys. 17 rents pound. Also oat hay. O. B. Maddux, Itoute 2, Ilox 850, on Cottonwood road. FOR SALB—Fat corn-fed hogs, any weight up to ,100 pounds. • !la miles west of Rio ISravo sub station. Carl Haag. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Milk 101 C street. Phono 1B72-W. goat. 168 FOH SALB—Ono wagon, one hay derrick, 4-horso Presno. one riding plow, otto l^vy disc, one (Vlgldalre. cno gas stove, onu Ifotstuln cow, and 70 chickens. Two miles west of Itoscdalo store. Maria Tlltcarrctt. 108 CITY POULTRY MARKKT— liens, fryers. Dressed while you wait. 2805 Chester avenue. Phono 1045. 188 Business Cards DR. \V. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Sayi Headache Is easy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S SERVICE FOB $18 Over Hughes Drill Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone lllt-J PIANO TUNING Factory DegliterM Tunor $8.90 Satisfaction Guarinteld CARL A. BTHD Phone 1800-M " 830 Truitun Aienue SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET HWEAT8 HEDUC1NO Colon lo Irrigation INSTITUTE OJT HYDHOTITEllAri 1112 F Street 0 a. m. to 0 c. m. ***»> *« for 75 fat frying rabbits, Ihree for H.OO. or two cents; one for 40 cents. Any time. 3301! K. LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry HetTlce Vneicetled—That Ii Out Blo§a» Ten Different Service* and Zorlc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITI/ENS LAUNDBV mileenth and O Htretta Phone M» KOH 8ALB—Miller Incuhalor, 70-egg capacity, olectrlc. 171H Lake street. YUMA VALLBV alfalfa seed, highest germination and purity. Get sample and compare this seed. Phono 088. 172 Fern HAL!!—Ono nai pump. 3-tnnk compressor, timber. 1700 ChMter Arenue. 1£3 ORANOBH aiid grapefruit, R?! rents to $1.00. Schortz grove. Orders delivered. Phone 9731-.1-13. inn rtlLVEBIZKD dairy fertilizer, IS cents a sack or J2.60 for 1-ton truchload. delivered. Plume 4007- V. ld.1 11A1UI1T fryers, 1C cents pound: lied hells and rooster;* white rooster for breeding. Also fruit > trees. Blue Damson. Golden and Hatsuma Plums. White Heath and Klberta peaches, walnuts. 302 C streel. UNION Poultry Market. 200 North Chester avenue, i Phono -1035. Two hens for 95 cents; ducks. 15 i cents pound; rabblti, 12H cents pound; white I hens. 1" cents iiound; pleeonj. pcven for $1.00. folored hwis and frsers. Free delivery. Dogs and Other Pets STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palms .Maternity llamai NliW J'lREPnOOF MODKRN Lllenscd Graduale Nursei In Attendance Lou (Hemline) Denhum, Proprietor 721 Eighth Street Phone 6403 Professional Cards nOLLKn canaries for snle, male and female. Call lilon Kern street. 108 Wanted—Miscellaneous ITALY bungalow apartment, three rooms, bath nnd service porch. Till, sink and alinwcr. Adults only and no pets. Close In. 2519 I street. * $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAK •NO BROKERAGE— NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Haberfclde Arcade Bldtr. Phone 10G3 For Rent—Farm Land TjOcal Companies Keep Your Money FLOYD DUXLAP, Quick Service in Bakersfield. 1523 20TH ST. 182 FOR RENT-=Two-acre chicken ranch, Vista Park tract, $20. Will sell or trade. Phone 626. Henry Elaslor. 1-30-tf For Sale—Improved Property MONEY TO LOAN— We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Long term loans. 5H per cent Interest. Quy Oreenleaf. sec- rttiry. No. 228 Jeffenon street. Phone 41J5-W. " Business Opportunities SUNSET PARK HOME Extremely large 5-room home in Sunset Park, In very good condition and located on a paved stroet. Electric floor furnace for heat. This house is repossessed and we will sell on terms at the bargain price of $4475.00. Property ready for Inspection soon. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298. 2-9-tf 192S Bulnk coupe, 6 new tlveH, ?2GO. 1927 Dodge sedan, clean. ?t2n. 1929 Ford roadster, tildn mounts, $16u. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester nt 24th. Phone Ii828. 182 THE NEW DEAL IS HERE! More cars to choose from, and every car priced lower. 192B Do Soto sport roadster, $24u. 1031 Ford plokup, few nines, $285. OTHER BUVS EQUALLY GOOD (Formerly fat's Cnr Market) Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenuo Jack Bundy, Manager 182 FOR SALE—Grocery store and oorv- (cr station with living quarters. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phone | 363. 18" | Contractors and Builders j GOOD CARPENTEn. painter and r.aperhanger. Vtry reajonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone 260-W. lit | PAPERJIANGINO. painting, tinting. Pone to suit", j By contract or hour. Intimates cheerfully given. : S«tt. 003 Eighth street. Phon- 91R-W. 1«5 HIGHWAY frontage, 120 feet, close to Chester, on new state highway. Terms. Elmer F. Knrpo. Phono 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 2-3-tf WANTED—Painting, paper Im-'iulri First-class work. Phwi« STS-W. and tinting. 168 I FOR SALB—On new proposed highway, 107x122 feet; corner, two new buildings; present income ?38 month. Suitable for service station, cafe or ciiblnn. Kelly &. Son, 1712 Chester. Phone 363. 167 HERB Is the place for a chicken ranch, and one that ls iloio In, just outside city limits. Bwt j (toll. City water. 4-room house and large sleep- i Inn porch. Oround IBSiS'lt. runs through from i one, street to the other. A preicnt-riay bargain at 12500 Terms, }250 down. 183 month. Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth. 5-8-tf WANTBI> trailo Dodeo Senior sedan for Ford, Plymouth or Chevrolet, or equity. Phone ,1393-J. 1C7 [ DOIJOI^RS- IXJXV-PHIUKD CARS. 210.1 "KVK" I 18'J7 l^ird touring or roadster; A-l. Down %'M. \ 1030 Ford ruailster; curtains: A-l, tlBO; down tliO. j Automotive Service AtTO TOPS. CURTAINS. UIMIOLSTERINO At greatly reduced prices. Ciuarantewl work. | C. X. JOHNSTON SHOPS i Blghteenth and O. Phone 6M. 183 , HORIZONTAL 1 Rubber pencil end. 7 Braided quirts. 13 Llquellcs. 14 Kettle. 16 A system of. collecting taxes. 17 Man. 18 Heathen. 20 Capital of Italy. 21Morindtn dye. 22 Dictator of Italy. 23 Structural unit. 24 Frost bites. 26 Valuable property. 27 Children. 29 Custom. 30 Beer. 31 To harden. Answer to Previous Puzzle 41 Sable. 43 To scold. 45 Lair of a beast. 46 Dandies. 48 Aye. DO Dry. 31 What independent state is in Italy? 52 At this time. 10 Since. 11 Pertaining to a limit. 12 Dealer in seeds. 14 Antiquated. 15 Stories. IS Hymn. 19 Sugar sand. 25 Measure. 28 Exclamation of surprise. 30 Intention. 22 Baking dish. 35 Payment demand. Cl Ventilated. 36 Accountant. 62 What sea is 38 Merry, south of Italy? 40 Formula. VERTICAL 41 Ineffectual. 42 Clergyman. 1 King of Italy, 44 classes. Victor ? WANT somo one lo drill oil well. FrullTalc field. Producing wells throe sides, I will finance lahor. Write Boi 04-11. Callfornlan. 103 JOHN W. CULLITON PL'DLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX HEnVlCE. AUD1T8. BTBTBMS Bulls 10a. Professional UullOlDI Phone 4361. Wanted to Biiy—Farm Land ! WANTED TO BUY—Two to flvo acren with small house, edge of city. , Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono HC3. 167 Wanted to Bur-Miscellaneous DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Service, Foot Correetiena Hours. 10 to ',2 i. m., 2 to 8. 7 lo S p. ca. Iloomi 111-112-119 Morgan Building 1711 Cheater Avenue Telephone 5513 Lady Attendant I WANTED, poultry, at 280,1 Chester avenue. 167 WANTKD—The best light roadster $100.00 cash ' "111 buy. have your Write Boi 32-n, The Callfomlan.. ' 167 . _ . ..-„ ...... . ...„„ TT ; :~r. n— . I conviction thereof, shall be punishable [ »130 CASH for 1029 model aedan or belief. Mutt , jy a n , le t eX( \ ce ding JBO.OO or by DR. H. S. AKIN LICENSED VETERINARIAN 25!0 Dracena Street. Itakersfteld. Phone 5755 Legal Notices guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon he clear and In A-l shapo. Phone 3110-.1. Theater arenue. 2901 167 For Exchange—Miscellaneous i HAVE beautiful dinner ring. 13 diamonds. large open car. Hare 10 new miniature be. „ . .,,,.. ,.,-* j * ,, ulleys. slot-operated. Want small business. Jack i Mneen Oo) days from the passage itnckett. B14 Jack™ stre.t. lor thereof shall be published for at least „ j n . Legal Notices For Sale—Furniture 4-P1KCK bedroom set. Tanlty. bench. be,l and , chest-of-drawers. complete with eoll sprlnss and i inner-aprlni matlress, »38.oO. Davis Ii\irnlture : 33 Popular meat. 54 Source'of 34 Standard type indigo, measure. 35 Not bright. 37 To equip. Kxchanne, 2105 Chester avenue. 1(18 Help Wanted—Male WE FURNISH the store, rent, lights, etc., with full line of standard merchandise and give you one-third of the profits. Men with fair education, able to meet the public, will be taught the business. See Mr. Clary at 2015 Chester avenue, morning^ 168 WANTED—Neat appearing men and women. Industrious and willing to work full or part time. Ambitious man and women can earn S5 to $10 per day. Ununial opportunity for adtancement to thoie oho prcie their efficiency and ability. Applicants must apply In person. betw««n 1 and 8. 7:30-8:30 p. m.. at 9t34 Suniel. Baknifleld. Calif. Help Wanted—Female WANTED—An elderly lady for cook, for widower. Tiro In family. Boi 323, McKarland. 107 K. 5 and 10-acre tracts, with living quarters, Improved, excellent soil, available/ water, nt foreclosure prices. No trades on these. See Mr. HaJte. 1523 Twentieth streel. 1119 BUSINESS properly, half block, close In on paved , ftreel. with potential incomo of $75 per month. 1 honf .Ml Large buildings. Worth $13.0011. Can now he [iur- chued for $6500, on terms. Less for half cash. See Mr. Hake. lr,2.1 Twentieth ttreel. 100 For Exchange—Property WANTED—Tlange stock ranch to $30.000 In el- chango for fine lemon orchard, or apartment. Boi 0-3. Callfornlan. 1H7 $2150 KQU1TT in fl-room house, corner lot.: close In. to eichange for automobile. Ralance duo $850. Kasy payments. See Mr. Smith at «!0 llalcer street. 1HI BXC1IANDK equity In furnished house In Bail Ilakerifleld tor what have you. Reen at 2117 Hank street. 1"? For Sale—Automobiles BKAUTY street. operator wanted. Apply at 820 Balcer 1118 Help Wanted—Salesmen : _> A NICE clean Dodge de luxe six sedan. Mohair upholstering, spare tire and clock. See It and buy It at a bargain. Phono 874-J. 1«9 SALESMEN—Are you making money? If not, see Floyd Dunlap. Best proposition In town. 1523 Twentieth street. 168 POIl HAU&— 1831 8-Bil Butch coupe. A bargain for caah. Iiooka and runs like new. Wilt consider light car. No dealen. Bee It at Teiaco Herrlee Htatlr.n. Third and Chester. WII1TB rotary treadle sewing machine, cicellrnt condition, $1(1. D-Pleco wltkar living ronm set. $15 Wicker dining set. J15. llumprj- gas healer, $!i. 3114 Pecond streel. l°f UNFINISHED brenkfnst tablo, ?JI.UO. Side-oven gas ranee, $I1.&0. Chest of drawers. ?3.90. Kitchen chnirs. fiOc. IVAN L. HA.MM __rum_ElBlitep|ith_SU 1S2 KHIUT-TI.'IIB cabinet, radio. $26.00; overstuffed FUlte. !2I.OO; matliiuea. 52..',0; springs, $1.011; dresser. $t.M): chiffonier, $1.00. Claude II. 39 Minor note. 10 Queer. 56 Facetious. 57 Tissue. 58 Rubs so as clean. 60 Card game. to 2 Adherence to fact. 3 Every. 4 Stalks. 5 A plural ending. 6 The divine word. 8 Either. 9 Worth. 45 Coarse cotton cloth. 46 Simpleton. 47 To remark. 49 Razor clam. 50 Observed. 53 Soft mass. 55 Guided. 57 Scarf. 59 Seventh tone. 61 Form of "a." ORDINANCE No. 250 Mtnner. 1111 Nlnelcfnth. Fruits and Vegetables WASHINGTON APPLES, same Iniek at Chrlsl- mai. Delicious. Splltenberg. Jonalhan and King's. Ihirty-flte cents water builiet, eighty- | nine cents to one twenty flro box. California and Union arenue. 1''* JERHKY W. K. sweet potato ^ee, 1>rdo. seed for Radio, Musical Instruments PIANO for sale. Small size, modem, mahogany ease. Has good tone, and is in good condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any Urma from responsible people. l<"or particulars, write Fred Outeher, 80: Fulton street. Fresno. Calif. 1C9 SALESPEOPLE wanted to aell 120 coupon book for $1; CO per cent commission, test yet. Mr. i Dolly. 1715 Eighteenth, aparlment 1. 1C.S VOK BAIJJ-—102B Chevrolet coupo. (iood paint, good tlre<. $110.00. Call Saturday morning. ?»!! I^ke street. ONE dollar weekly buys a good, fully- gimrnntecd Hoffman piano, specially priced at S2H. Free delivery. Don C. Preston, Tfgcler Hotel Bldg. 132 LUDWIO long-neck banjo and case, »49; regular ?150. Terms. Don <'. Preston. 1*2 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows' Section I. It shall be tinlawfu.1 for any person, firm or corporation to mutilate, dastroy, collect, or remove any of thp following named plants, to-\vlt: Desert Holly (Atrlplex hympnely- tra); all species and varieties of Cacti; Snow Plant (Karcodes Ban- guinea); Yuct'a (llespevoyucea. whlp- plei), also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also known as Yucca brovlfolia; Tiger Jjlly (Tjlllan parvuin); Kern County Cypress (Cupressus nevadensls); Purpus larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (CornuH nuttnllll); Adobe Lily (Frltlllaria pluraflora): Bitter-root (Lewisla redlvln); a\l species and varletlos of Mariposa Lilies (Calochortus); Clnrkla (Clarkia xan- tlana); Tied Bud (Ct-rcls ocoldentalls), also known as Judas Tree; nnd Fre- montla (Fremontodendron rallfornl- | cum), also known HK slippery elm, 1 wild quince and lentherwood. 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 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. Jt shall bo unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly the wild flowers of Kern County, by using unid 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 person, firm, or I corporation violating any of thp pro' visions of this Ordlnnncp Khali b(! Imprisonment In the County Jail for a term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine and Imprisonment. Section V. This Ordinance shall bo In force and take effect thirty (30^ days from and after the adoption thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the one week In The Bakersfleld California!!, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published In the County of 'Kern, State of California, together with the names of the members of the Board of Supervisors voting for and against the samp. 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, 1333, by the following vote; Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, \Viminer. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITE. Chairman of tho Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: F. E, SMITH, County Clerk and ex-officlo Clerk of the Board of Supervisor*). Feb. 4-18, incl. PROBATE No. 5283. 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 Mutter of the Estate of Amon 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 H, 1933, at 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 <^,UU1 L> «* *- HIT- i^wni I. XLWUav, it* LIIV i^-ai-j of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, be nnd the samo Is hereby appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said deceased and for hearing the application of the petitioner for the Issuance to said petitioner of Letters Testamentary thereon, when and where any person Interested may ap- trear and contest the same. And it is further ordered that notice thereof be published In The Bakersfleld Call- fornlan for the time required by law. Dated January 30, 1933. F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-Offlclo Clerk of Superior Court. Jim. si to 1'Vb. in. Inc. CONTROVERSIAL POINTS AND LACK OF BASIS. Points of controversy and the laplt of basis for them Is the caption of an article submitted for publication by • iDr. PV*' Root, representing tho Kern | County Medical Association. By DR. P. N. ROOT Editor The Callfomlan: In my previous statements T made clear tho point of view of thn Kern County Medical Society with regards to two classes of pa'tlents within the county: 1. Those absolutely Independent economically, and 2. Those absolutely unable to stand tho expense of either medical or hospital caro. We are of the opinion that tho first- . class shall bo entirely subject to prl- ,, vale medical care and to private hos- pttaltzatlon, while tho second class shall ho entitled to absolutely free hospital and medical caro In tho county hospital. . • I do not think there Is any posslbll-- Hy for differences of opinion on tills point of view, Tho class of patients that needs special consideration, Is tho clasa consisting of persons neither sufficiently Independent economically to be able to stand tho entire cost of sIckneHK. nor sufficiently poor to bn forced to prlvo up their personal contact with their family physician, or tho physician whom they consider satisfactory for tho case of sickness under con- , Blderatton. With recard to their medical care, tho Kern County Medical Society formulated a plan, whereby each person will have the free choice of his physician, and pay according to hie • financial abilities, which plan will bo made public and will be put Into operation within the next few days. Apparently tho dentists, druggists, X-ray and clinical laboratories of tho city of Bakersfleld will Join In this plan, and, no doubt, other districts In the county will organize on this samo basis. Tho hosplt.illzatlon problem for this class, however, still remains an open one, and this problem Is beyond tho power of tho medical society to solve, and on this point the greatest controversy Is existing. If we look lit the basic principles of the opposing factions, we will see that from tho point of view of principle there Is no argument whatever, since both sides recognize tho fact that part of the hospital expense of this clasa of patients has to bo taken over by taxation, but the Board of Supervisors would llko to see that taxation money spent on such class In tho county hospital, while we, the members of the medical society, would llku to seo that same money spent In the private hospitals, thus preserving tho Individual's contact with both hia physician and hospital. We also feel that we, who are coming In dally contact with sick people, know much better not only the physical, but also the psychological needs of a sick person. From the economic point of view, wo also feel It would be much cheaper to keep them In the private hospitals, than to have the necessity of building new county hospitals or Increase tho present ones, while the present existing private ones shall have to be closed through competition with tax-supported hospitals. The most Important part from this point of view Is this, that the settlement of this controversy is within the power of the state 'Legislature only, and there Is therefor«.;tio use fighting it locally. We propose therefore to settle that part of tho controversy which IB within our power to settle and to start working us a staff In the county hospital, thus giving better service to the patients inside the county hospital and to the taxpayer outside, and In tho meantime to prepare a comprehensive and efficient program for presenting to the Legislature, and a program prepared under conditions of cooperation and harmony within the county proper would certainly be more to the advantage of tho people than one prepared under conditions of fight and controversy, when tho desire to lick your opponent sometimes obscures the desire of creating; something efficient and workable for the benefit of the community. SituationsWanted—•Male KIOR SCHOOL boy wanti work for room and board while attending high school. Beferencis. Phone 441. 170 GASOLINE ALLEY Look Who's Here! By KING YOUNO MAN, mtat cutter and grocery elm*, j vlsbaa pojltlon. Able taki full charge. Go \ anywhere. Best of references. P. O. Boi !4. Artln. CaJH. 181 Situations Wanted—Female j FAMIbT WABHINQ done Individually. Everything : finished. II.CO a week. Called for and delivered. Ttu>na 229)-R. 1013 Rliteoith street. 167 \ YOUNO WOMAN desires housekeeping In mother- j lesi home. Neat and good cook. Small wage. Boi CS-B. The Callfovnlan. 106 j For Rent—Rooms ONK housekeeping room. Everything funilbheil. Outside entrance. OJ8 1 street. 11ion» 1C48 J. For Rent—Rooms With Board | IU>OM and board. 19.50 par week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant iiurroundtngs. free parking. Also transient dinners. 50 cents. 20'J8 Nlne- twnlh street. Telephone 937. 8-L'7-lf BOARD and room, (H.OO per week; rates for two. Every room heated. Parking space. Tub and shower bath. 710 linger street. Baker rUreet Itooms. 1^8 For Rent—Houses MODERN D-room cottage. Double garage with cement floor. 201 C str«nt. Phona 626. Henry Elssler. 2-i!-tf AMD -THIS is THE BiRO THAT THAT DRIS/ISIO IT. WALT, THAT'S THE MAW THAT SMASH6D THE CAP*. AOAIMST A POST AM' PETE. RIGHT WEVe GOT THE CAR THAT WAS STOLEN FROM SKEEZ1X AN THE KIDS. THAT LOOKS LI KB IT. ALL. RIGHT. U.S.'Pat OrJ.rCowri.hi;KMI*TheChica*>Trilw Horse Races to Be Featured at Dance Saturday night's dance at Panama 1 pavilion promises to be one of tho best of the year, when tho management stages Its novel horso race event, with girl jockeys in caps and silk shirts, and six genuine Jocheyn participating. A permanent wave, candy and two ringside seats to next Wednesday's wrestling matches will be awarded patrons In connection with the race. Dancing Is scheduled from 9:30 p. m. to 1:30 a. m., with music by the Revelers' dance band. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Hired By HARRY J. TUTU ILL TWO-ROOM (urnUhed cabin, tor bachelors. lights included. 110 East KlchUi slreet. Uu, ir,; ! rOIl HENT — 21 11 Orugun. &-rooni house. Hue- I ment. Gvrafo, and place- for chickens, llione j 1607-M. _ 1«7 j 1'OR ftK.NT— Nleely furnished hair of attractive, j modern duplex. Oarage. Water oald. Call at 1605 Brundate Lane. _ liiS FOB KBNT— Furnished" hoiTse. 2814 ChesMr a»enue". I«w rent. Vard. Uw>ei-. Half duplex, 13114 Kern llr»«t. Inquire 308 KluhleelUli. ____ FOR KBNT— To adults, iirltale home, ill roomr, furnished, two bedrooms. Double faraie. Yard fenced. Shade. HeilrU'Ud nelghtjortiotxl. Vacant the elgMetnth. I/ocaled In llakersfleld. For Information, apply 109 Lincoln streel. Olldale. YOU BBNT— Unfurnished l»lf of rtuiilex, four roopll. serrlce porch, dune. K3 anil uilcr ptld. «U7 El«hl»»nth. __ FOB 1USNT — i-rooin modem furnished hous?. brttkfilt nook, tile sink, hardwood floors rid ilnmtr btUi. overstuffed furniture. O»nse >nd liri* ytrd. fruit trees, berries and shrubs. Good locution. IU-nl rojoniblo. Phone 1S67-H ?81 Thirty-third itrcol. Hi 1TJRNIBHBD 4-room, new stucco bungalow. trio rrfrlierttor. Vrumi «trtet. overstuffed, tapenry set SI21 i I ' RENT — Furnished modern 8IS8. O-l&um houi<-. > MUCH WAITER? O.K.! HERE JUST AND MY REASON FOR ASKING YOU TO HAVE LUNCH WITH ME GEORGIC 16...HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO GET INTO BIG MONEY? ONE MOMENT WHILE I PAY THE CHECK. AHEM! WELL ALFRED I'LL ADMIT IT DOES ^ LOOK AS dD THOUGH WELL, THAT THINGS ARE O.K. WITH YOU NOW. 'I RIGHT! TOR YEARS I'VE BEEN TRYING TO FIT MY 45 CALIBER ABILITY INTO 22 CALIBER GUNS. FINALLY I MET A MAN WHO HAS THE VISION AND PA-LENTY OF DOUGH PA-LENTY GEORGE...TO FIT MY IDEAS.. YOU \ 'MEAN / AN u ANGEL. OH NOT EXACTLYl HE'S A VERY WEALTHY MAN WHOSE LIFE HAS BEEN WRECKED FOUR OR FIVE TIMES BY MARRIAGE. AND HE.,...WE, HAVE FORMED AN ORGANIZATION TO DO THE SAME THING FOR MATRIMONY THAT TRICK SPARK PLUGS, AND MANIFOLDS, AND, STREAM L1NE6 HAVE DONE F( lllMli-.lillllilliitllUi'' .«.• lllll'llill!, 1 WELL THAT ALL SOUNDS O.K. ALFRED BUT... m BUT YOU ASK,WHERE DO YOU FIT INTO THE PICTURE? , THAT'S EASY. BUT BEFORE; V GOING INTO THAT, i_ET ME 1 ASK YOU, AS COUSIN TO COUSIN, IF YOU'D BE SATISFIED WITH |2OO A WEEK? OR TO SAVE, TIME IN ARGUING, LET'S,SAY $250 A WEEK, GEORGE?/ Missouri Man Is Hanged for Crime (Aneoaiatcti Pre/a Leaned Wire) ST. CHARLES, Mo., Keb. 10.—David A. Miller, 48, an Itinerant woodcutter, was hanged today for the murder of Miss Paulino Duebberl, 48-year-old spinster, In an attempted robbery, August 22, 1920. Miller believed sho had a hoard of $85,000 In her home near Femme Osugc. The trap was sprung at 6:03 a. m. and Miller was pronounced dead 11 minutes later. —' *•*"* Noted Film Mother Is Facing Eviction (Onitcd I'rett Leaeett Win) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10.—Unleuu < Mary Carr, film mother, pays a default judgment of $265 during the next five days, she will be evicted from a Hollywood house she occupies, under an order signed today by Municipal' Judge Clarence Klncald. Ehvoocl O. Houseman, her landlord, claimed tho rent was overdue three months. Judge Klncald gave Mrs. Carr a five-day stay of execution to pay. Legal Notices NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of, the Stockholders of the Kern Fidelity Company will be heltl at the company office, 1523 Twentieth street, In tho City of BakersHeW, ,, . ,„ , l<ub. 10 aud 17. K HA.K1!!, . aocrotiiry,

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