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10 THE BAKERSF1ELD CAL1FORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1933 Special Announcements TELEPHONE 2G31-W FOR PRICES BR. PLETCI1I5R 622 KEN'TUCKT STREET (Next to Ornnadn Theater) 1CS •PSriAl, reduced rates. lx>nrn jam pluto. 12 tenons. No irnle* or eierclies. Wttcmin Piano School. I860 Chester itcnur. room 105. 108 Situations Wanted—Female For Rent—Apartments housekeeper, cook. Will io out town. Also holel oiperlenco, (Isle, Calif. 1011 Lincoln street. Oil- VUUfVU H'OMA.V desires houiokonplnit In mother- 1 Ion home. Neat mil good cook. Small w»o. : Boi 6B-n. The Callfornlan. 168 Vour down nanstos, BO ctnti. We hare all kinds of cut flower plants and border plant*, two dozen. X cents. Shrubs mid nan. two for 95 cents. Free, one dozen red camntlnns to customers pur- chaslnj CO cenli worth. 1311 O suoet, corner thirteenth and 0 itreen. SPECIAL, SALE on nil kinds of flower plants, nlso blooming pansles, 2 dozen for 25 cents and 4 dozen for 25 cents. 715 L street, corner Eighth and L. YOU can save, money by consultlncr our Advisory Department before making funeral nrrniiKoments. Phono 6032 or 340. Baker.«fleld Memorial Park. Inc. m NOTICE of sale for paslure charitei. Notice It hereby siren to til concerned there, will b« IOK! »t pubHo Ruction on Satur.lny. February 1*. 1938, two Jersey yearling heifer!. Bal« will he held it my farm. 4 mile* nciuth of Kern Lake Hunch, to misty paiturc plvBmcj. (Sinned) 3. r. r.reene. llr f. jl._Urccnf. ^J 4 I'TJUNITVnB repaired I Vtx broki-n furniture: re- Sluc loose joints, mend broken chair*. Krery lob su«rante«l. Phono ITS*. ,7onc«. 218 Ba.<tT>>enty- first slrcet. Ifl OTJU everyday complete luncheon, 2H cents. Saturday nni) .Sunday special, T-bono ,«tei«k, 25 c'Cnts. Complete chicken dinner, Sunday, "5 cent*. Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 1208 Nineteenth street. 1C_8 LOOK. boyi. another bl« turkey and chicken itmol. Sunday, at the old ilinottiK sroundu, three mile; north of Oildile on Woody road. Shntnuni. rlflcn end fanry novelty shooting. Shotgun shells and nuns furnished free. Jait of fun. Bring your firorlle nun. Come earlj. Shootlni «tlrtl it 10 I a. rti. JPM Plrkcrsnn. 18ft j For Rent—Rooms N1CELT furnished room In prlrito hom». 0 minute*' ualk to Nineteenth and Chester, (hmlleman preferred. Phono 9ori-,I. 170 Fim nKNT—rieasant ftonl room, wy conTonlent. Outside oiitrsnw. rfarage. Breakfast if desired. Call 2SRO-W. NICKM" furnished, healed room, very reasonable. Telephone and All eotiTanlenees. 1)03 J street. For Rent—Rooms With Board ROOM and board, !9.50 per week. Comfortable roomi, pleasant Kurroundtngi. Free parking. Also transient dinners, 50 eenu. 2028 Nineteenth street. Telephone 037. 8-27-tf 1IOA11I) and room. IS.00 p»r week; rates for two. Every room heated. Parking ipaco. Tub and thoner bain. 710 Baker street. Baker Street Kooms. 168 For Rent—Houses UNFURNISHED HOUSES Thron-bedrooin hotiHC, clean, modern, double gamge, water pnld, $40 per month. Two-bodroom house, modern, $20 per month. Pour-room house, partly furnished, $17,00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phone 12SS 2-10-tf Foil HK7ST—Unfurnished five rooms, modern. South H. t'J.1.00: C-roora motion, Highland 1'irk, 125.00, water paid; B-room motlern, %-acre. (20.00: five rooms. Hi acres, $20.00; J-room motlirm, Bank street. 130.00. Howard Nichols, Inc. Phone 383. a-7-tf MOUKHN furnlihed bungalow. Parking space. 3- room apartment. Item very reasonsble. 1(153 1) street. 108 Foil 1U9NT— rour lajge-room house, clcec In. B i-acro ground. Tx>tB fruit. Chicken puns, (ja- rtgt. Inquire BOS Oak strecu 160 MODERN 6-Toom cottage. Double gn- ruge with cement floor. 201 C Btreet. Phone 020. Honry ISISKler. 2-2-tf TRINITY smniTUAUHT CHTBCH Woodman building basement. Sunday evening nerv- Ico only, 7:30 o'clock. Reverend Man* Crliwell Krako will conduct the servlro »nd slve the mcsstges. Headings by appointment. Phone 5148. FRENCH CAFE No. 2, near Southern Pacific depot. Sperlal Sunday dinner, roast turkcj- or chicken with trlmmlncs. In dining room. 75 cents; on counter, tlr, cents. Single orders, .'.0 ..•ents. Combination breakfast. 3 to 11, 25 rents up. Special luncheon and dinner from 10 a. m. io 8 p. m.. 45 cents. All M-cont entrees Ineludo drink, on counter. Telephone 477S. HORSES for snip or hire. Runner Riding Club, 1 mile east of Horace Mann School on Kern Canyon hlgh- way. 170 Lost—Found—Strayed T_,OST—Billfold, containing notes and j legal papers. Reward for Its return, i H. K. O'Xell. Shitfter, Calif. Poll RENT—Nicely furnished half of attractlie. modern duplei. Clarago. Water paid. Call at 1605 llrundagu Lane. 168 KOH UKTs'T—4-room modem furnished house, breakfast nook, tile sink, hardwood floors and sho'.ver bath, overstuffed furniture. Oarage and largo yard, l^ult treea, berries and shrubs. Good location. Rent reasonable. Phono 1207-K 081 Thirty-third itreet. log iniRNISHKD 4-room, new stucco bungalow. Electric refrigerator, overstuffed, Upesa/y set. 3121 Dracena street. 163 Foil RENT— K\irnlshed modern Hansel Park. Jlmna .170P. 0*rooni house. lea KOUR-UOOM furnished houso for rent. »20. Oa- rsge. located at 1002 O street. Phone 1008. UNFT'IINISHED house, 3-room up-lo-datA hol)s», P08 Union. l"hone 57J9-J. Personals home, oast side, furnished. FVur rooms and breakfast nook. Oarage. Lawn. Overstuffed furniture. 122.50. Also 3-room aparunenl, all neivly decorated. Phone. 1813-M. 170 UKNTAL—4-room nicely furnished homo; shudo; good garage. Apply 1«1 Oregon. 2-11-tf JI05-JS50 MONTH, i.^vertimenl llf« Jobs. Many I futura vacancies. Men-uomen, 18-50. Stca/!y I 'rork. IJst Jobs; sample coaching and full par- I tlculart—FREE. Apply Immediately—today sure-, i Box -10. The CallfOTnlaic. MO ! trR 11KNT—Furnished fl-room houie. Sleeping porch. Unfinished. 3025 O, itrcet. Price »23. I'hono 12il or 1878. Hcrecn porch, I'huie 5488-J. furnished cottage., wash Hays. halh. and lawn. >12. Financial On UKNT—Furnished half ot duplex. Oarage. Water paid. 115. Adults. Apply 703 K itreet. S6.DO PKU $100 FOR 1 TEAR (XO BROKERAGE--NO BONUS! Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution £ Haberfeldo Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 182 Local Companies Quick Service Keep your Money in Bakersfleld. FLOTD DUNLAP, 1523 20TH ST. 182 HONEST TO LOAN—We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm property. Long term iosns. 5% per cent Interest. Ouy Omnleaf. s«c- :ttary. No. 128 Jefferson street. Phona 4125-W. 171 , JTItNISIIliD house. »ir,.00. : W«#lro\f slreet. Olldale. Water paid. 140 Business Opportunities HALF ot duplex, nlwly furnished, four rooms and sleeping porch. Oarage. Near Beale Park. Call Pia K street. Phone MS-J. FOR RENT — One-half duplex, 2402 Twenty-first street. Fully furnished Hardwood floors, tub nnd shower bath. Garaijc. EncloBed back yard, lots of fndt. No linen or cooltlnij utensils. J32 month. Water nnd yard paid. Phono 707. Chnrloa U Hay. yard. 120. Phons Jlai furnished duplex. Carag> and nlco Water paid. MOO Third atrtet. W. 170 Kl UNIHHKD duplex, llirdwootl Hoors. Oarage. Overstuffed Water and garbaco paid. Call 800 Flower itreet. Pl'IlNIHIIKU small house. In rear, with garage. Also half hcuse. partly furnished. Apply 1217 California avenue. FURNISHED 2-room apartment, Wator, lljhtl «nd gu paid. Ulo of phone. 110 a month. 2515 K itreet. CIX>SB IN, nlco 3-room apartment, everything fur- nlihed. Clieap rent. 1724 T«-enty-iecond Hint. Minn* 4175. T\Vo-KOOM apartmeni, 115 a monlli. Newly papered. Water, lights and gu paid. 1028 Pacific street. FOIl TIKNT— 3-room furnlihed apartmeni, clone In and homey. Ileduccxl to $18; for adults, Ctll 102.1 Thirteenth utroet. KOIl HUNT— Furnlihed apartmeni, $15. Call at 2100 Sorcnleonth street. 180 FOR HUNT—8-rooui furnished apartment, with bath, gas, lights, heat Included, Nlco sleeping porch. Car space. Very reasonable. 2007 Twentieth street. MIRNIKItKl) bungalow epartmwU. three ronrnl, bath and service porch. Tile sink and ahower. Ailuld only and no Pfli. Close In. Kill) I itroet. THUBB-noOM apartment, for rent, alio cne room with kliclmnette, at 010 Kentucky street. THREE-ROOM furnished apartment. Overstuffed furniture, sleeping porch, garage. Call at 1312% M street. In rear. SPECIAL HATES to adults. No pets, liour rooms, well furnished. Just reflnlshed. Oarage Included, fit. F.lmo Court, 1800 Furreit slreel. 160 FOIl BENT—3-room furnished apartment, 112.00. (las, Iliihts and radio Included, Work for part rent. 2115 O strMt. 160 For Sale—Automobiles USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1832 Plymouth coupe. J42G 1931 Chevrolet sedan, HIE 1930 Auburn "8" sedan, $360 1932 De Soto coupe, $050 1931 Do Soto "8" sedan, $425 1929 Dodge D. A. sport sedan, $395 BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. Phone 92S6 1»3 3932 Plymouth 4 sedan, run less than 2100 miles. 3931 Oldsmoblle sedan, 22,000 miles. 1931 Auburn 4-door sedan, free wheeling, 3930 Ford coupe, A-l condition. 1928 Auburn cabriolet. All Priced Low. Terms If Desired BROWN-BOYD MOTOR COMPANY 2222 Chester Avc. Phone 3965. 369 For Rent—Farm Land VOK RENT 1 —714 acres, tiro wells, house. Four miles west (Iranlte Station. Ono year or more. Ilosa Morgan, Ilouto 4, Tlox 443. For Sale—Improved Property FOUR-ROOM modern house, only 3 years old, hardwood floors throughout, tllo sink, 100-foot, frontage on Edison highway. Will sell for one- third original cost. Just west of Magunden Service Station. Enquire at station. Owner will be on property all day Sunday. SUNSET PARK HOME Extremely large 5-room home In Sunset Park, In very good condition and located on a paved street. Elect ro- cas 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 2H, 6 and 10-acre tracti, with living quarters, Improved, excellent sMI, available-waUr, at foreclosure prices. No trades on these. Bee Mr. Itake, 1523 Twentieth ilrcol. 169 BUSINESS property, half block, close In on paved itreet, with potenllal Income of t75 per monlh. l^arge bulldlngi. Worth $15,000, Can now be purchased for 16500, on terms. Less for half cssh. Eee Mr. Hake. 1523 Twentieth street. ICO TWO ACRES for sale or trade. Close In: 4-room plastered house; Kern Island water, city water for domestic use. Elmer F. Karpe, Phone 210, 1517 Eighteenth street 2-11-tf FOR STALE or exchange, by owner, 40-acre dairy and alfalfa ranch near Tulare. Stocked and equipped. Rt. D, Box 392, Tularo, RAISR CHIUKBNS—Strictly modem fi-room home on paved highway, four mtlea from town. Plenty of room (80x290). Will sell equipped for 500 chickens for 1.1250.00; $250 down, 135 month. Howard Nichols, Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth street. Phone 383. % 2-11-tt For Exchange—Property IJ150 EQUITY In 5-room house, corner lot. close • In, to exchange for automobile. Balance due 1850. Easy raiments. See llr. Smith at 820 Baker street. 188 2, a AND 4-ROOM houses, unencumbered, adjoining lots. Clean and modern. Electricity and gat. One furnished. Fruit trees and shrubbery. Agricultural dlslrlcl. Will trade for Dakersfleld property. Westlngtinusc range, trade or sell. Interview 2031 F street. For Sale—Automobiles For Rent—Apartments ITTHNISHED apartments, Nineteenth end D. Over- On All Used Cars SOME REAL BARGAINS FOR RE?>T or leue, small grocery ilore. with living quarters. Ilent cheap. 1620 Robinson itreet. COMBINATION of chicken rsnch and business op- portunlty. Wo hate a business corner on what ts rapidly growing to b« a main highway. 1001300 feet, with comfortable 4>room house. Bath, hot vrater, etc. Loan company InslrucU sell for $2350; $150 down, |35 month. IjlTe on It while It grows raluable. Ilavard Nichols. Inc.. lr.09 Nineteenth streat. T*hone ;i»8. 2-11-U Contractors and Buildcra i'APERHANGING. painting, tinting. Done to suit. By contract or hour. Intimates cheerfully alien. ' "cc.tt. 905 Eighth Hreet. Phone CU-W. 185 [ \VANTED—Fainting, paper hanging and tlntlnc. j rirsl-clau work. Itione 87C-W. 108 I CA IIPE.VTBR. painter and psp«rh anger. Very 1 reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone ' ;«0-W. 173 I Help Wanted—Male WE FURNISH the store, rent, lights, i etc., with full line of standard mer- j ehundlse and give you one-third of i the profits. Men with fair eduea- ' 'Ion, able to meet the public, will 1 be taught tho business. See Mr. ! Clary at 2015 Chester avenue, tnorn- <ngs. 103 | OPERATE your own buMne» —set your own 111- j roiae. Davis will furnUh >uu equipment to su,'- I cessfully represent T>anj tailor-made clothes In i rour city. No ItiTeetincnt. (Ker r.00.000 eus- i tomers. S«niatloniil Srn'l'^ and sales feature*. { One years' ttlEK ULOTIIKS ISSl.-RASCB. New 1 low prices. Experience nfjt e^*entlal. The V. H. !>ar!s Tailoring Cooipaiiy. Di-purunent y7. Cl»- olnnatl. Ohio. ' DKLIVLRY route man. with car. In supply tamu-ja line of houselinUl goods \n stesdy customers Must be satlsflexl with 127.r.O a week at slkrt. Write Albert Mills, route manager, 22S1 >Iwi- | raouth, Cincinnati. Ohio. I Help Wanted—Female i DUAUTV operator wanted. Aj.ply al 8VO Baker 'ireet. 188 j WANTED —IlouieUfeper In motherless homo. Huisil ' w'uges. Phone 892. AMAZING ijIHCOVKUYI ladles' Nnag-l^ronVd Hose! Doubteb wuar. Wutnt-n deiiu>imr*tor» "anted. Btart up lo $20 weekly. No can»as»lns. Actual ismr>lei hoilery Vllf.K. American Hosiery Mills. Department 47la. Inillanapolls. Hclp Wan ted--Salcsmen SALESMKN—Are you making irioney? If not, see Floyd Dunlap. Bent proposition in town. 10-3 Twentieth street. U8 SALKSI'KOI'LB wame.1 lo tell ISO coupon book for |1; .'.0 per ceui fcramlsslon. Best yet. Mr. Dolly. 17 K. Eighteenth, auartment 1. JOS SALESMAN wanted to sell electric re- frlgeratorH. Call at 2324 Chester avenue. Gundlurh Plumbing and Sheet Metal Company. 170 Chrysler "70" roadster, $145. 1930 Chevrolet sport coupe, $295. 11129 Ford sedan, $196. AUTO LOANS; CASH FOR CARS Phono 831 1409 18th St. 182 MODEL T Ford Sedan. Driven very little, been In storage for years. A real buy. See ut Blue Ribbon Oanige. 169 FOR SALE—1931 8-06 Ilulck coupe. A bargain for cash. Lnoki and runs like new. Will consider light car. No dealers. Bee It at Texaco Bervlco Station, Third and Cheater. For Sale—Automobiles JACK 8JSZ: THE NEW DEAL IS HEHEt More cars to choose from ( and every car priced lower, 1029 Do Soto sport roadster, f245. 1D31 Fprd pickup, few miles, $285. OTHER BUYS EQUALLY GOOD (Formerly Pat's Car Market) Phone 1724 2310 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager ISjj WANTED trade Dodge Senior sedan for Ford, Plymouth or Chevrolet, or equity. Phone 8393-1. W DOUGLASS' LOW-PUICKD CABS. 5105 "BYE" 1927 Ftord touring or roadster; A-l. Down 120. 1080 Fold roaditer; curtalni; A-l, (100; down 160. HAVE Hudson Brougham to trade for equity In Ilffht car. Will not a'ssume over S200.00. Write Box 168K, The Callfornlnn. 2-11-tf NEW Ig-INCII CIII5VHOI.KT W1I1E WIIKLLS AND HUB CAPS. J25.00. PHONE GC83. . Automotive Service AUTO TOPS. CUHTAINS, tTPHOLST'BmNO At greatly reduced prices. Guaranteed work, C. S. JOIINHTON SHOPS Eighteenth and O. Phono 050. 183 For Sale—Furniture 4-PIECR bedroom let. Tanlty, bench, bed and cheit'of-draweri, complete wltli coll iprlnsi and Inner-spring ma.ttren, SSR.SO. Davli Furniture Exchange, 2105 Chester avenue. 168 WHITE rotary -treadle sewing machine, excellent condition. 115. 3-pleco wicker living room set, • 1C, Wicker, dining let, 119. Humpry gat hooter, 13. 2114 Rerond street. 167 ABRAHAM LINCOLN HORIZONTAL 1 Abraham Lincoln gained national fame by his slayery debate with 9 7 What was Lincoln by profession? (pi.) 14 Balance due. 16 Pertaining to a nerve. 17 Divers. 18 Pointed at as a gun. 21 Town. 22 Southeast. 34 Light brown. 25 All right. 26 Unknlts. 30 To like better. 34 Smell. 35 Hiding place for provisions. SSTo value. 39 Witticism. 40 Forbearing. 41 Knock. •12 Booty. •I 4 Lassos. 45 Sleeveless garment., 46 Auto .bo'dy. Answer/to Previous Puzzle IBS fflgm HUH RUD BOiS ara BUS a ana BR H [SfflE] atHB GSQH \S. -"saos amaas HUH- 48 Insane. 49 Pattern. 50 Negative word. 52 Help. 53 Flagrant. 56 Assumed name. 59 Sketched. 63 Opposite of aweather. 64 Plants' parts. 66 Body of water. 66 Rhythm. 67 Unit. 65 Stitched. VERTICAL 1 Stream obstruction. 2 English coin. 3 Pitcher. 4 Hot spring. 5 Minor note. 6 Constellation. S Conjunction. 9 You and I. 10 The flicker. 11 Silkworm. 12 Rodent. 13 Sneaky. 15 Lincoln issued the famous proclama tlon, treeing the slares? 19 Neuter pronoun. 20 Halt an en. 23 Deity. 26 Either. 26 Plays' boisterously. 27 To love exceedingly, 23 Chose by ballot. 29 Blemish. 30 Writing Implements. 31 Electrical unit 32 Public storehouse. 33 To repulse. 36 Particle. 37 To notice. 43 Northerner, U. S. A. 45 To pamper. 47 Negative. * 49 Third note. 51 Sailor. 52 Onager. 53 Male sheep. 54 Beer. 55 Fishing bag. 57 Card game. 58 Devoured. 60 Uncooked. 61 To piece out. 62 To marry. For Sale—Furniture UNFINISHED breakfast table, $3.00. Side-oven RIB range, $11.60. Chest of drawers, $3.90. Kitchen chairs, BOo. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 841 1100 Eighteenth St. .- 182 Bloirr-TtmB cabinet r»rtlo. MO.OO! o«rituff«d suite, til.OOi mattreiiM, (2.60; springs, $1.00; dresser, H.r>0; chiffonier, $4,00. Claude 1). Mlnner, 1111 Nineteenth. U* Radio, Musical Instruments PIANO for sale. Small size, modem, mahogany caie. Has good tone, and tl In gnod condition. Will loll cheap and accept almost tins' termi from responsible people. Fbr particulars, write Ouicher, 802 Fulton street, Fresno, Calif. let ONE dollar weekly buys n good, fully- guaranteed Hoffman piano, specially priced at $25. Free delivery. Don C. Preaton, Tegeier Hotel Bldg. 182 LUDWIG long-neck banjo and case, |40; regular $150.- Terms. Don C. Preston. 182 Fruits and Vegetables WASHINGTON APPLES, same truck at Chrtit- niaj. Delicious, Spltzeflberg, Jonathan nnd Klng'i, thlrty-flTe cent! water bucket, elghtj'- nlne centi to one twenty fife bos. California and Union arenue. 167 JKHSEV sweet potato seed for sale. W. K. Lee, Lerdo. 169 NICK potatoes,. |1.00 per sack. Also seed potatoes. At Berchtold's, 330 Kast Nineteenth street. 170 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARUY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest dradl 1 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, fl.U. 100 Ibu. reclenned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY. «0c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANT Baker Street and Truitun Avenu* 10-2g-tf Over u period of 82 years our reputation remain! paramount. Prove for yourself (his assertion. We continue) to sell feed for lesa than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phonea. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf PLANT your trees and shrubberies now. Full line of choice nursery stock. Very low prices. Choice roses, 15 cents, while they last. Bakersfield Nursery, 631 Sixth street. Tele_ phone 326. 168 FOR BALK—Pulrorlied iheep manure, 35 eenu » lack, delltertd. Phone 44T1-W. 109 MUST 8KLJ. ihcm cases, scale., cash registers, neat allcers. adding machines, freezer cases. Meat market, note, restaurant equipment. 809 Baker. 179 ALL KINDS of well rooted heny .plants; artichoke, and aiparagui roots. Shrubi. Bed setting eggs. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo. PnjItTale. 1TI «.PIECE glut dinner set serrice for 8, regular 18.05. Dili ireek only at 13.45. Darts furniture Kichange. S105 Cluster arenue. 188 50,000 BQUAP.E FEET of good Uled corrugated galTanlzed Iron, all sites, for sale cheap. United Iron and Melal Company, 2810 Chesler arenue. 2-T-tf Ai:TO PAINTINO. "DUCO." IIS.50 TO fJS.OO. 110DT AND PENDEn REPAIR. PEERLESS 1'AINT SHOP. PHONE 276. 2310 "EYE" STREET. IO 17 ie S 8 R i^—i^- 35 • stuffed furniture. Prlgldalre. (-room houie, 2000 Orange. Apply '-'031 Nineteenth street, grocery store. Phone M24-J. iTa FOR RENT— Nice front double apartment. Overstuffed furniture, continuous hot water. lUnt reduced. Cias and light paid. 2G30 Chester avenue. Kl corner Palm and O ItreeU. Telephone 30BJ-J. or Inquire 1A01 Palm street. 18!) VKIIY desirable 4-room moUirn apartmeni. Uarage. Apply 1519 Rfvenlh street. 1(18 NICELY furnished S-rooni apartments, with private balhi. T30 and S22.50 month: $S. ,10 and fit. 00 week. Light, gas. water, linens, electric \vashlng machine furnished. Oarage If required. The Wrxhtrow, Hiker and Jackson streets. MBeneicte § USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite 'Courthouse) 182 391'8 Bulclc coupe, 8 new tiros, JI28C. 1927 Doclgo sedan, clean, $125. 1929 Kord roadster, side mounts, $165. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 'J4th. Phono i"S2S. 182 DOUGLASS: CAMH VAIn FOR CARS. 0105 1 1025 Dodge coupe: eltra aooil. Buy. JfiO. IBSr Knrd n>a<l«ter and touring; A-l tires. Down ISO. £3 to'* &4 69 • la SO P 47 ^ ^ 4& Jl 8$ 3?> i" 1 »• B^ev ^ 18 s •aaaaB P ss 49 ^ ^ 66 59 fot wT tl ti. u 4 °° TUMA VALLEY alfalfa leed. highest germination and purity. Get sample and compare thli ORANGES and grapefruit. 83 cents to tl.OO. Schertz (rare. Orders de,Ilrered. Phone 8731-J-18. 168 PULVERIZED dairy fertilizer. 15 cents a sack or $2.!>0 for 1-ton truckload, dellrered. Phone 4807-W. 168 cubator. Good condition. Also 3-bumcr Florence QU tern tile co&loll stove, with men. Will sell KMonible or trade for ono or two heifer HVVKKT ntrel oranges, $].OU per box; juice oranges, 50 cent* per box. Pree from frost. Delivered. STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palms Maternity Home) NEW FIREPROOF JIODKUN Lllellsed Graduate Nurses In Attendance I/xi (Hemline) Denham. Proprietor 721 Eighth Btrett Phone 3461 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULL1TON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SERVICE. AUDITS. SYSTEMt Hulte 103. Professional Building Phone 4381 IO ei WOOD. Remember I'eopiea" Wood Tard. for dry. sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prices right. Phone 2388. 17» For Sale—Miscellaneous FOIl 8ALB—One . gas pump, a-tank comprelior, timber. 1709 Cheater Arenue. 100 ITOU SALE—Loose alfalfa hay »8, do- Jlverod; or will trade for ypung dairy heifers or horses or what have you? Phone 2353-W or Call £626 L street. • 160 Poultry and Livestock ClENTWi Ouernacy second calf, milking II gallons; helfor calf, week old, together (70,00: Jersey third calf, milking about 4 galloni, teit atound 0; helfrr cllt, week old, togelher $75,00; .leriey first calf, 3 geJIons, heifer calf, both $00.00; Jenny first calf, fresh n«t month, looks promising, $45.00. All T. D. tested. Also Border dlic, J15.00; harrow, now, 112,00; low Iron- ffheet wagnn with rack, (20.00; S-gnng plow, new, $75.00; double chnln lumen, with collars, $7.50. Ixit] other farm tools. C. A. Heavers, half-mllo north and quarter-mile well Hoiedale School, ' BABY CHICKS—Prom high-grade blood-lested stock, tleds, Hocks, Whllo. Custom hatching. Hinder Hatchery, half-mile south, half-mile east Shatter. 100 WANTED—A gentle hone that will drive. 24S7 or •M01-J. Phone 188 FOR SALE—Feeder hogs, brood sows, weaned pigs. Prices right. W. K. Lnn. Telephone Lertlo. 168 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Milk goat. 101 C street. Phone 1572-AV. 168 CITY POULTRY MARKET—Hens, fryeri. Drened while you watt. 380fi Chester avenue. Phone 1045. 108 FOn HALE— flood, gentle family milch cow, Prcih. CO Barred Rock pulleli. Bert Urown, F^rultvalo. 170 FOIl DA Lit—Two young Jersey rows. P. M. Fisher. Koute 4, Ilor 158. Weed Palcli. WOULDN'T you HKe to raise some fine big bronze turkeys T If so, don't delay In placing your ordor for baby turkeys. Custom hatching, Talea Turkey Ilanch and Ilalchcr, Bhafior. 300 IIKOIHTBIIKD Holsieln bull, 13 heifers, from good dairy herd, llnia Morgan. Roulo 4, Bos 443. ntVEllVIEW HATCHKRY—Bahy chicks are Iho besl. See them and bo convinced. Now tare a.11 breeds from blood-letted slock. We are making a specialty now on started chicks. Hce u> for low prices. Belle avenue and North Chester. Open Sundays. TODAY—150 2-week-old Leghorns and Barred Rock chicks. Hatching eggs, baby chlcki. Cuslom hatching. Priest Poultry Ranch. FOR SALE—Saddle mnrn and colt; gentle 3-year-old saddle horse; 7- months-old black Jersey heifer, cheap. No. G Harris Lnne neur Deardslny School. BARY CRICKS and hatching tigs. Reds, Leghorns. White, llocks. Dryden Rocks, trap-nested. Custom halchlng. Wlllud Hatchery. 1102 South Baker. Phono 2583. Dogs and Other Pets ItOLLBU canaries Tor 1COO Kern itreet. lale, male and female. Call IfiK Wanted—Miscellaneous Professional Cards DR.B. BUZAN Palmer Gradual* • i , CHIROPRACTOR I'llnleti System ' CMWIet* Electrotherapy Ser»lce, Inwt RorTMilOM Douri, 10 to 12 a. m., II Io 8, 7 Io » p. •, Botrai 111-llJ-llB Morgan Building ITU Chesler Avenue' f»l»phone 8)19 Ladi Attefldifll DR. H. S. AKIN LICENSED VETElUNAlttAN asiO Draccn« Street. nnkersHcld. IMione 0758 Legal^ WANT lomo one to drill oil well. FruftvMe field. Proiluclng well! three sides. I will finance labor. Write Boi 64-11. rallfornlln. 168 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANTED to bur. light trailer, cheap. Eighteenth street. 1338 Bast Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Says Headache Is easy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'8 SKRVICR FOB US Over Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone 1119-J AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door Rlass Installed, $2.00. Franklin Claw Company, 1404 Elght- eenth street. Phono 844. 1-30-tf PIANO TUNING Victory feglstereil Tuner $3.30 Satisfaction Ouaraniwd • CAIU. A. BYHD Pfcen* 1809-JI 030 Truitun Aienoa BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment just re- ! celv^d. Also a few flower bulbs left I at reduced prices. M. P. Fllclclnser, I 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. ! tgp QOOD oalc wood, all lengths and sizes. Quality guaranteed. Mears Ice Delivery. Fhone 1808. 191 FOR SALE—One wagon, one hay derrick, 4-horse Prtino. one riding plow, ono Levy disc, one ( Frlgldtlre. ono its stove, ono HolsUIn cow, mid 70 chickens. Two miles weit of Rosedalo Btorc. , Maria Blicarrett. 168 ' SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS RKDUOINO ColorUe Irrtgallon INSTITUTE OP HYDROTHERAPT • lilt F Street B a. m. to 1) p. m. none J0«» LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Genlce Uneicelled—Tliat la Out Slctu Ten Different Serrlces and Zorlc Odorless Drr Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDltY Slitfenth and O Streets NOTICE Controller's Department -; State of California * To tHe Tax Collector of the County of Kern, State of California: WHEREAS, a deed or deeds conveying to the people of the State of Call- • fornla the title to the property hereinafter described having heretofore been filed In the Controller's office of the State of California; AND, WHEREAS, said deed or deed? recite the fact that said property hereinafter described was Bold lo the people of the State of California for the non-payment of State and county taxes; AND, WHEREAS, five years have elapsed slnco the date of enlil sale, and no redemption, according/to luw, has. been made of said property, or a any part thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, In pursuance of the law in such case nrndn and provided, I, RAY L. RILEY, Controller of the State of California, by virtue of the authority In mo vested by the laws of this State, do by these pre«-" ents authorize, empower, and direct you, the said Tax Collector, to sell at public auction, In separate lots or parcels, tho property hereinafter described. The property above referred to, and hereby authorized to be «otd, Is «lt- uate, lying nnd being In the County of Kern, Sfato of California, bounded and particularly described an follows towlt: Property sold to the State June 30th, 1924, for tho delinquent tuxes of 192S: SVi of SWVi, surface right only, ' Section 22, Twp. 31 S., Re. 24 R.. M. .D. B. & M. Deed No. ]2. No bid shall bo received or accepted at such sale for less than the amount of all the taxes levied, upon such property, and all costs and penalties for every year delinquent as shown by the delinquent rolls for said years and also all tax Hens up to tho date of the execution of the deed to the State, together with Interest at seven per cent » per annum and also tho graduate redemption penalties required under Section 3817 of Political Code computed upon the aggregate amount of the taxes for each of said years from tho first clay of July following delln-• quency to the date of tho sale hereunder, and all expenses accrued to the date of the sale under this authorization. Said sale shall bo conducted In all respects a.s provided for by law governing- such sales. GIVEN under my hand and seal of office, at Sacramento, this 31st day of December, A. D. 1932. (SEAL) HAY L. RTLEY, Controller. By Clarence H. Smith, Deputy. j THEREFORE, Jn pursuance of law. i public notice Is hereby given that 1 [ will on the 15th day of February, A. 1 D. 1933, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. of that day, In the office of the Ta\ Collector of said Kern County, State of California, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In lawful money of the United States, the ! said property hereinbefore In said au- 1 thorlzatlon described, which said authorization Is licreby made a part of this notice, to-wlt: Property sold to state Juno 30th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 1923. Description of property: SH of SWVi, surface right only, Section 2t!, Township 31 S.. Range 24 E., M. D. B. & M. Deed No. 12. Assessed to 'J. A. Johes et al, Taxes of H<23 $3.84 Special School and other taxes delinquent 4.5i Penalties on delinquency (lu-5 and 5 per cent) ,.... 1.0:; Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon taxes only o.0£> 50 per oent graduated penalty under Section 3S17 4.1» Assessed to J. A. Jones, et al, Taxes of 1925 Special School and other taxes 1.84 2.51 GASOLINE ALLEY Gone Again By KING " f 'HE MAN WHO STOLE THE OLD CAR, LEFT TO THE KIDS BV A STRANGER, HAS BEEN APPREHENDED. AMD THE KIDS IDENTlFS HIM AS THE MAM VMHO GAVE THEM THE CAR IN THE FIRST PLACE! / ARE VOU SOWS HE GA>VE IT TO SKEEZIX.* HE SAID HE WOULDNrT TOUCH 1T AQAIM FO« A MILLIOM BOCKS. WE'D BETTER \ BUT WE T EV6M SO IF IT GIVE HIM THE ) FIXED IT I WAS RGALCY HIS, UPJ J WE CAN'T HOLD HIM FOR STGALIKIG PRIVILEGE OF CHAWOINJG HIS Ml MO HADM'T SORE HE DID. O. S.TM. O»., Cofjrlghl, ISM »r Tin Ckira«o Tritov. Situations Wanted-—Male HIGH SCHOOL boy wards \\ork fur room ai.d board while attending liUli school, llrfercmei I'hooe 448. Ko VOUKG MAX, meat cutler and [;rw«ry" clerk. wishes iHHltlon. Able lake full charge. llu anywhore. Debt of reference, p. o Boi !!1. Artln. Calif. 108 raked by power machine. Cheaper aiiil bolter than hand work. Trof, tine, rose, shrubbery prunlnj. Kiperlencr.) i.-.'ir.U-ni.i I'hwie M65-J. 10U THE IIUNGLK FAMILY Hired! Ry T1ARHY .1. TUTHILL, CRASH SALARY OFFCK AND A COUSIN'S DESCRIPTION OF A MILLIOMAIRE RCrORMC*. WHO NEEDS HELP IN SPENDING MONEY, MUXttHT A LARGE MAN WITH lid IDEAS ANOTHER. ATTENTIVE LISTENER, . g-TB WELCOME BROTHER •BUNGLE TO THE HEADQUArVTCft.8 OF TKE LEAGUE IS MY COUSIN GEORGE BUNGLE, WE HAVEN'T, AS YET; A NAME OUrV LEAGUE AS I EXPLAINED TO 6COMJE ON THE WAY HCR.E, MrV. MUQG. WE NEED A MAN LIKE YOUHSEUT BROTHER tUr4GLE, WHO HA6 BEEN MARWED ONLY ONCE, TO LEND A..OH LET US SAX TONE TO OUR ORGANIZATION. ED, AS YOU KNOW, HAS BEEN MARRIED TOUR TIMES AND I , PERSONALLY 1 A SIX TIME LOSER. MARRIED SIX TIMES! MY.... ANYHOW; ALFRED TOLD ME YOU WERE INTERESTED IN A SORT OF...WELL, TAKING THE BOGYMAN OUT OF THE GARDEN OF LOVE IDEA. BY JOVE! WHAT AN EXPRESSION! SO APT! TAKING THE BOGYMAN OUT OF THE GARDEN OF LOVE. FINE! ALFRED THIS IS OUR MAN. WHAT SALARY DID YOU OFFER. HIM?. WELL, ^ UNTIL HE GETS HIS HAND IN I TOLD HIM YOU'D PAY |25O A WEEK. *250! A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS MY IDEAS SO THOROUGHLY AS BROTHER BUNGLE'S REMARK ABOUT THE BOGYMAN INDICATES HE DOES, DESERVES MOR.E. WE'LL PAY YOU |3OO. ID START MORNING, AT WHICH TIME I .SHALL GIVE i A LITTLE PEP TALK BELLS AND WHY THEY CB.A.CK.. delinquent Penalties on delinquency (15-5 nnd 6 per cent) 53 Costs on delinquent roll. 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon tho taxes only 2.02 BO per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.18 AsKessed to J. A. Jones, et al, Taxes of Ifl2« 2.00 Special Scliool und other taxes delinquent 2. IB Penalties on delinquency (15-5 und 5 per cent) 55 Costs on delinquent roll 50 imprest tit 7 pnr cent per annum from July 1 computed upon tho taxps only 1.77 j 50 per rent graduated penalty I under Section 3S17 2.23 A.'iseKHed to .1. A. Jones el al, Taxes of 1927 2.4S Special School nnd other taxes ' delinquent •. 2.7S j Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 5 )>er cenl) K Costs on delinquent roll 5u Interest at 7 per cent per annum , from July 1, computed upon the tuxes only , 1.71 50 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.64 Assessed to J. A. Jones ot al, Taxes of 1928 2.4S .Special Srliool and other tuxes delinquent 2.01 Penalties on delinquency (10-5 . and 5 per <'ent) 44 Costs on delinquent I'oll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon tho taxes only .' 1.14 tO per cent graduated penalty • under Section 3817 1.80 AswiiKed Io .1. A. Jones ot al, Tuxes of liiilp, Including' Hpe- (•litl Srhool nnd otiicr taxes delinquent 4.7.1 Peimltiea on delinquency (10-5 and 5 per cent) 47 Costs on delinquent roll MI Interest nt 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon tli« taxes only 07 30 per cent Knuluutud penalty uuiler Section 3817 1.43 Total taxes 17.«!» Total special school or other taxes 14.30 Total penalties on delinquency t (I.~>-10-Ii and u per cent) 3.54 Total costs 3.00 Total interest.. 12.5'i Tot;il graduated penalties....... 14.47 Cost of registering not Ico and PObtHHC 24} rose of advertising this notice... 4l.7» Least amount for which property ' may bo purchased S107."fi No bids will bo received or accepted for said property for less than thu amount of all tho taxes levied upon uald property, und all Interests, costs, penalties and expenses up to 1he date of tills Fale, together with all subsequent taxes that may havo been levied upon said property up to the date of the Issuance to the State of the deed • or deeds referred to In said Controller's authorization, with all InteresU costs, penalties and other charge* thereon added to such subsequent: taxes. Given under my hand at Bakersfield, • In tho County of Kern, State of California, this Slst day of January, A. D. IS 3 "- ' C..B, DAT, Tax Collector of tho County of Korn. State of California. HKMSN SIMS, Deputy. Jan. 21-28; Fob. 4-11.

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