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10 THE BAKCKSF1ELO CALIFOKNIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1933 iGOMMU N ITY NEWS kil«S;;5:"-sDi"s."«—.- '••••J»"'S»V.'M|r Special Announcement* NOTICE of ill* "for puturo charm. Nolle* li « hereby gl™n to lit concerned there will be (old >' nubile auction on Raturdar, Pttiiutry IS. 1(39, two Jener yesrllnt heltern. Sal» will bi held it my firm. 4 mile* south of Kim I*li« Buiob, to satiify Diituro ehlries. (Slfnid) g, P. (Iresne. By T. 3. Greene. 174 repaired I Fii broken furniture! re- Clue low* jolnu, mfnd brokin chain, Wwry lob luaruitaed. Phone 4798. Jone.«. 210 East Twenty- Tlrit itreet. • 101 HORSES for sal« or hlro. Riding Club, 1 mile sast of Hornre Mann School on Kern Canyon highway. __ 170 WH WILL buy your old jigsaw pur- ities, or bring a nickel and a purxle and we will give you ono you haven't worked. Valley Muslo Store. 170 BEAUTY SPECIALS—Regular |2^?i permanent wave, $1.85. Shampoo and finger wave, 50c. Vanity Beauty Shop, Kentucky Street Market. Phone 147fi. 172 PMSNCH CAFB No. 5, near Southern Pialflc depot Special Sunday dinner. Combination bnilifut, 0 to 11, 25 cenls up. Special luncheon tnd dinner from 10 a. m. lo 8 p. IB., 41 renti. Special every Wednesday, German pot rout tnd potato pan cakes. All 85-cent entrees Include rlrlnlt on counter. Telephone 4778. r.EAKN Star, pleno. 12 leMfins. no scale* or «• •relies. Popular music Immediately. Waitwnun School. HdO Chester. Phone 3370 for •ppolnt- rrinnt. *"*" Lost—Found—Strayed Dirty tin* took boeU from Wrecked Fly- mouth coupe on Stodtdnle hlftwsjr. Siturdn? nliht. Vlndlr return to any Teiaco ititton ind no Questions will be aaked. KU I'OT'XT*—I>arfe fit. Owner rill lure lime hy de- icrlhlnc and paying for thil id. 1123 Montwoy street. — Two crosirut Sunday. Hew»nl. s««s. Weed Peteh rhonc 1314-W. hlffhwaj*. _ 17t Personals TIAV1XG liken over the HUUi reDtlr Ihop At 62A Bin Nln'trmth utreel, Kebruiry 3. 1B39. will ho Tc-snonslblo for iny bllll contracted by anyone- other than ournelTM. Mrr. W. n. Fott. (Blined) Mr. anil For Rent—Houses For Sale—Automobiles FOR HBNT"— Nlcelr MmlihKl four reomi. Ini porch. Htdund rent. 010 K itreet. Ble«n> 1*0 iron HUNT—Bciutlfully nimlihed hilf or iltr«f- tlT9 modern duplex. ClaniB. Water paid, (.ill 1005 Brundiie. 17i NICRLT furnlihid B-room houit. Reuoniblo rent to reiponilhle pirtr. M\ Oulney ilre»t. 173 VOH RKNT tn Olldile, 8-room tiouie, two from Standard Hchool and butlneii center. pir monui. Witer paid. CaJI 9749-W. II? 1T4 FOR HENT—Modem house In California Park Tract. H. F. Smith. Phone 118. 1726 Chester avenue. 175 COTTAGE In own, Kilt BikenMeld. Orerituffe.l, automatlfi heat«r, ihower. Oaraie. IJATIA yard. Water pild. R«nt cheat). Phone 1017-W. Z300 Arllnilon. FOB RGNI>—Two «cr«i, But Brundne I.anl. 8- room houie. Qis. olootrlclty, pumptni pltnt. Will fell or trtdo. Hione 1317-M. 173 FDA W5NT— rurnlihtd houie and furnished tpart- ment. Phono insr-M. 171 For Rent—Apartments FURNISHED ipirtmenti. Nineteenth and n. Orer- ituffid furniture, Frlildilri. 5-room houit, 2000 Onnie. Apply 20,11 Nlniteenlh itreet. iro- cery itori. Phone 5524-J. 178 kpirtmettt, Ijlfhti, RIB and tariKe fur- nlih»d. $10.00. 10H Cillfornla avenue. 17ft FOR RENT — Wcll-futnlshed apartment at tho Kelly, three rooms and bath, close In, garage; adults only. Reasonable rent. Call 1305 T street. Phone 4093 or 363. 171 NICKLY fumlihed 2-room apartment! with private bathi. 120 ind JK.ZQ month, 15.SO and (6.00 WMk. Ll«ht. mi. water, llneni. elertrlc \fiih- Ini michlnn furnished. Girage If required. Th» WoodrrAv, Iliker ind Jickion itreeti. T\VO ROOMS, wltli ile«plnj porch, rrlvate bilh. Xiirly pipeted >nil pilnud. Reuonable. 2321 Truxum arenuo. 172 FURNISHBD duplei at 1311 Kern, low rent. Over- Huffed, hardwoixl noon, nme, ileepfni porcb. Water paid. Call SOO Flower. DOUOWSSi CASH PAID FtWl CARS. 210S I WlllTi-Knliht tourlnR; curtalni, A-l llrei. Fuiy, 125 IflSJ nulck tourlns; curlnlni, new 6-t>ly tlrti, $100. 1080 Ii\rrd roaditer; curtalni, A-l, $100, riewn $00. Miiwell ie<lin. $30; 1037 Pord roirtiter, $«. HAVE Hudson for equity In assume over S200.00. "Write Box 168K, Tho Callfornlan, 2-11-tf Brougham light car. " to trade Will not Automotive Service nADiATon nupAins: NBW cones Prices at Itoclc nottotn. All Work Ouiranteed. C. N JOHNSTON SHOPS E]»hle*n|h and 0. Phone flnll 18J For Sale—Furniture FIVE-PIECE dining room set, $15.00. Two-pleco living room set, $13.50. GRS range side oven, $9.50. Rockers, $8.25. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341 1100 Eighteenth St. 182 DAY HRD and pad, $7.00: felt hue linoleum run, $2.70; luo-plcco new vetour overituffed let. $25. Darli Furnlturo Uichange, 2105 Cheiter nvenuo. 174 Radio, Musical Instruments ONE dollar weekly buys n good, fully- guaranteed Hoffman pln.uo, specially priced at $25, Free delivery. Don C. Preston, Tegeler Hotel Bldg. 1SZ LUDW1G long-neck banjo and case, $49; regular $160. Terms. Don C. Preston, 182 IT WILL PAY you to see our large stock of used musical instrun.ents before buying. Phllllpa Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" streets. » 172 Fruits and Vegetables Wanted to Rent—Houses WANTED to rent, by March 1. r>-room unryrnlihcd houw. with ilmplni porcb ind Binge. Mult bo modern, and dcilriblo location. Plant 51138. 178 Financial J6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS 1 ) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution t. Haberfclde Arcade Bldg. Phone 1058 182 Local Companion Keep Your Money FLOTD DCNLAP, Quick Service in Bakersfleld. 1623 :OTH ST. 182 HONEY TO LOAN—W« hire in unlimited mount cf money to loin on farm property. Lom term loini. 54 per cent Intereit. Guy Greenleaf. IK- tetary. No. Ml Jefferson itreet. Phont 4133-W. 174 WANT to contact private party willing to put up $100 to assist In promoting local project. Will give first mortgage on real property as security pending delivery of liberal Interest In enterprise. Address Advertiser, Route 2. Box 407, Bakersfield. 172 For Sale—Improved Property BUY THIS for a home or an investment. No. 2129 Truxtun avenuo. Four-room houso with large back screened porch. Garage. Back yard fenced. Paved streets. Don't hesitate, Investigate this at $2760. R. A. MOORE & SON 1616 Eighteenth Street Phono -18:1 172 TWO ACRES for sale or trade. Close In; 4-room plastered house; Kem Island water, city water for domestic use. Elmer F. Karpc, Phone 210, 1637 Klghteenth street 2-11-tf FOR SALE or rent, In Casa Loma Acres, two acres of ground. New house, chicken pens for 1BOO chickens. H. F. Smith, 1725 Chester avenue. Phone 118. 175 ONE of thf fine homei of BakoriHeld. ulUi U- blocfc, tn hfiheit elm residential dlitrlct: muit bo told for leii than half Iti ralue. Buy terms can be arranied. Mllht conilder imaller clwir houie In tride. Hovard Nlcholi, Inc.. 1909 Nineteenth itrwt. Phone 3M. 2-I4-tf OIIJ1ALB SPECIAL—To settle estate will sell duplex on 80-foot comer, partly furnished, for (1290.1)0. mil nqufra about hair cash. Tlotrard Nichols. Inc., 1309 Nineteenth street. Phone 083. «-14-tf Business Opportunities I For Exchange—Property MANAGER—Your own buslneai. Your own territory. Rellahle. Cpn, Require! $300.00. Amply tecurid. Write ROT 830. Tht, Cillfornlan. 171 Contracto^ r-APEJlHANGWO. palnilnr. tlnllni. Done to suit. By rontract or hour. Estimates cheerfully riven. Scott, 805 El tilth street. Plume B18-W. 118 CAUPEVrER. painter and psperhancer. Very reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone •J60-W. 1T« Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Neat appearlni men and vromen. In* dustrloui and wllllni to work Full or part tlm». Ambitious men and women can earn J5 to flO per day. Unusual opportunity for advancement ro those who prove their efficiency and ahlllly. Applicants must apply In person, between 1 and 1, 7:30-9:30 p. m.. at 2424 Bunstt. BakersflelU, Calif. Wantcd~Fcmale HOUBCKEEPBR. white, afe 20 to 35, two adultl. Gcod home, imalf ^rate. Arrance tnt«rTlfttT. T 1 . O. Boi, 314. Delano. 179 ONE 19 tnd on* 40-lcre rinch, clear, to eichinn for city property. Alio houi» and lot to ei- chanio for food automobile. Ed Reifan, S07 Baker itrttt. 170 For Sale—Automobiles NICE potatoes, $1.00 pnr snck. Also seed potatoes. At Derchtold's, 330 EaHt Nineteenth street. 170 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleanrd, Highest Grade; 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, 11.10. 100 Ibs. reclcaned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), 11,16. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, BOo. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Ov«r 11 period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. Wo continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business In good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. <-4-tf Wanted—Miscellaneous WOUI/D like t» buy about 80 cini of horn* pr«- parexl fruit. Flrst-clats qu«HU'. P. 0. Bos 830, ndttnfleld. 1T4 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous Legal Notices ORDINANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of the) County of Kern do ordain as follows- Section I. It shall bo unlawful for WANTED—Bust late model light se- ! a»y Person, firm or corporation to mu- dan. $260 cash will buy. Will lake tllato, destroy, collect, or remove any equity If cheap. No denlers. Write I of the following named plants, to-wlt: - —- -•• Holly «• •Prospect, care of The Cnllfornlan, 171 WANTED—-Tho best sedan In town, late model for $100.00 cash and 1927 Nash, In good condition. Write Box 382, The Californlan. WANTRD—Automobile, will eschengo two nice clnir loti In Richmond, Cullf,, for late modol ' llfht coupe or roiditer. Mint be In good condition. Boi 83. Tin Californlan. 172 Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK • A Palmer Chiropractor Siyj Headache li cny. I<el him help you. ONB MONTH'H SKIIVICR TOR J13 Orer Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth ind Cheiter ' Phono lllt-J rhone 1300-M PIANO TUNING Victory IleclstereO Tuner 13.30 •allsfacllon Guaranteed CARL A. BXRD O', 630 Trimun Attain SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS UKUUCINO Colonfe Irrtiatlm 1KST1TTJTB OP HTDIIOTHEIUPT 111! r Strut e a. m. lo 0 p. m. Phone loll MUST 6ELI. show cues, icalei. cajh reilitm. neat illcon. afldlnj rauhlnH. frMxer ciiei. Melt mirket, itore. reMaurint equipment. SOD Baker. 178 Desert Holly (Atrlplex hymenely- tra); all species and varieties of Cnetl; Snow Plant (Sarcodes san- gulnea); Yucca (Hcspcroyucea whlp- plel), nlso known as Spanish Bayonot; Joshua Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also known as Yucca brevlfolla; Tiger Lily For Exchange—Miscellaneous Drtli'^cSSSJ'nSens^-'&rp^ Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttitUH); Adobe Lily (Frltlllarln pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lewlsla redlvla); all species and varieties of Marlposa Lilies (Calochortug); Clarkla (Clarkla xan- tlann); Rod Bud (Cercls occldentalls), also known as Judas Tree; nnd Fre- niontla (Fremontodendron callfornl- cum), also known HH slippery elm, wild qulnco and IcatherwoocJ, or to pink, 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 cnse of private land, the owner glve.s his consent thereto. Section. II. Permits may bo 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 i for educational or scientific purposes. ' Section HI. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly tho wild flowers of Kern County, by lining said wHrt flowers In the decoration of automobiles, except in the case of public displays, tinder a permit so to do, issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner, Section IV, Any person, firm, or corporation violating nny of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding J50.00 or by Imprisonment In tho County Jail for a term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine nnd Imprisonment. Section V. This Ordinance shall be In force and take effect thirty (30) days from and after the adoption thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof shall be published for at least one week In The Bakersfleld Califor- nlan, n newspaper of general circulation printed and published In tha County of Kern, State of California, together with th« names of the members of the Board of Supervisors voting for and against the same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, ,lhls 30th day of January, 1933, by thS following vote: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wlmmer. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITE, Chairman of tho Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: F. E. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the JSourd of Supervisors. Feb. 4-18. Inrl. LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Uneicelled—Thai Ii Our SloiM Tin Different Smleei and Zorlr Odorleii Dry Cleanlnf CITIZF.NS LAUNUtty •litttnth and O Street! Pnoni Ul STORK MATERNITY HOME 'Formerly Prlmi Maternity Borne) NEW KmRPTlOOF MODERN Ulenied Graduate Nunea In Attendance Lou (Hemline) Oenham, Proprietor 721 Eighth Btretl Phon« MSI Professional Cards GIRL AMIES ARE HOSTESSES Mother and Daughter Parly Enjoyed at McFarland School Affair Feb. 14.— Members of the Girls' Athletic Association at the local high school entertained at a delightful mother and daughter party Friday night at the school. All appointments and decorations were carried out In St. Valentine motif and games and a program took tip the hours of the evening. Miss Cornelia Bn)] of Bakorsflold, Kern county director of music, led the assembly In songs, and Mra. Reynolds, county director of athletics, led In games. The following program numbers were given: Violin 'duct, by Myrtle Moomaw and Gladys Peterson; talk, by Miss Ann Harder, director of the G. A. A. Talks wore also given by 'the officers of the association, Including President ,Koleta Osborn, Vlco- Presldent Thelma Moore, and Secretary Frances Grober. Attending the party wore: Meg- dames W. A. Stelnberger, T. H. Albright, A. R. Cirober, B. C. Shlck, O. C. Wtrt, Claude Richardson, John Meehan, A. J. Peterson, E. L. Calk- Ins, Paul Llndley, S. Earnest, W. Moore, W. H. Osborn, T. W. Davis, H. B. Roome, E. P. Janes, U. C. Allen, M. Reynolds, Mrs. Goers, Mrs. Lackey, Misses Mario C. Lourenzo, Ann Harder, Vida Bounds, Anna Stelnberger, Frances Albright, Francos Grober, Mary Shlck, Virginia Wlrl, Betty and Jean Richardson, Melva Meehan, Gladys Peterson, Margie Calkins, Pnullta Llndley, Ella Mae Hart, Thelma Moore, Koleta Osborn. Kathryn Davis, Violet Roomo, Myrtle Moomaw, Alice Danner, Ruby Chavers, Pauline Crockett, Florence Maricopa Endeavor Group in Program MARICOPA, Feb. 14,—Theo.Tuntor ihrlstlan Kndeavor of the Congregational Church wag entertained Saturday evening by the superintendent, Vllsa Florence Dutton, and Assistant Superintendent Thclma Mattlson. The 'allowing program was enjoyed: Songs ed by Miss Dutton, assisted by Thelma Mattlson and the girls' trio: violin solo, Alice Newman, accompanied by Betty Newman; recitation, Alta Mae Klnltade; song, "Wonderful Peace," girls' trio; violin solo, Mary L,ytle, accompanied by Frances Thomas; songs and welcome to guests; trumpet solo, Billy Hlxon. Those enjoying the affair were Juanlta Blggerstaff, nuby Biggerstaff, Ruth Brandon, Leona Kellcy, Edna Kelly, Alice Newman, Sylvia Hosklng, Betty Montgomery, Mahlon Clark, Clara Sims, Don-Is McKay, Gather Crawford, Betty Newman, Ila- chel Shields, Alta Mao Klnkade, Dorothy Preston, Billy Hlxon, Richard Iflubanks, Billy Brandon, Mary Alice Montgomery, Ronald Kelly, Florence Moore, Betty Smith,, Mary I,ytle, Dlclc Rush, Frances Thomas, Robert Lathan, Peggy Orocn, Dorothy Klnne- brew, Elizabeth Throop, Betty Kln- kade, Marjorle Clark, Junior Sears and Eileen Brasse, Games were played and refreshments were served by Mrs. B. H. Sears and Mrs. Ida Newman. JOHN W. CULLITON VUBMC ACCOtTNTANT INCOME TAX 6EIIVICB. AUDITS. STSTEMt Suite 103. Piofeiilonil Bulldlnf Phone 4881 OO.OM SQUARE FEET of jood uied comisitod ftlranlred Iron, all ilzea, for file rheip. United Iron and Metal Company. 2810 Cheiter arenue. a-7-tf AUTO PAINTINf;. "DTJCO." 112.30 TO $25.00. BODY ANT) FEKDKIt KEPAin. PEERLESS PAINT SHOP. PHONE 276. 5319 "EYB" STREET. 1(| WOOD. Remember People!' Wood Tard. for dry. eound trond. Bonlit meuure. Prompt dellf trj. Price! rlsht. Phone 2386. 17(1 DR. B. BUZAN Ptlnter Graduit* CHIROPRACTOR I'aJnlMi Syitcm Cusplele B!«tr«heripy Serrtce. Tool ComcUBtB B«in. 10 to ;3 a. m.. ! to 9, 7 to I n. m. Boomi 111-112-113 Morun Bulldtui 1711 ChMter A?enue Telephone 5818 Lady Attendant DR. H. S. AKIN LICENSED VETERINARIAN 2528 Dracena. Street, Bakenfleld. Phone 3765 Hubbard, Eleanor Klrkpatrick, Lura Syrus, Lackey, Mamie Hazel Klrkpatrick, Alma Lackey, Thelma Chavers, Bonnie McGee, Lottie Long, Mary Thompson and Evelyn Janes. « « 4» HEARTS AND LACES BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment received. Also a few flower bulbs left at reduced prices, M. P. Fllckinger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. 182 | GOOD oak mod. all length! and ilzei. Quillty I eunnntoerf. Mean Ice Dollrery. Phont 1808. i 191 t.V ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR TRADE-INS ON OUR NEW MODEL WE ARE GOINO TO CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK OF USED CARS' ON HAND. COME DOWN, PICK OUT CAR YOU LIKE. MAKE A REASONABLE OFFER AND SEE HOW QUICK YOU BUY A CAR. NO FOOLIN'! YI;MA VALLEY tirain M ed. higheit jemina- ; tlon and purity. Get ilmplo and compare thh leed. Phone 088. 172 I FOR SALB—Alfalfa iMd, common; certified purity 99.02. Price 11 cent! per pound. Routo 3. Hoi 173. FVdlnind Rau. 171 USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 110 _ (Opposite Courthouse) 182 FOR 8AUB—P\jrd Commercial. »13: nulck truck body. $3: gai nn«e. $10; dreiier, f5; chickens. N'o. 10 Warren amniin, olltlalo. 170 roil BALK—Alfalfa or oat hay. Under ihed, good and dry. No damaged bale*, flO per ton. Quarter mile veil of Mt. View Buhool. Phun« 8742-11-1. W. H. Clcndeiien. SALESLADY to represent manufacturer. Write De France Mfg. Co., i 117 W. Ninth St., Los Angeles. 17:! i Wan ted— alesmen SALESMAN' wanted to sell electric re- I frigerators. Call at 2324 Chester avenue. Gundlaoh Plumbing nnd Sheet Metal Company. _ 170 | SALESPEOPLE wanted to H|| J20 coupon book for $1 : 50 per cent commlulon. Beit yet. Mr. Dolly, 1715 Klehleenth, ipartrotnt 1. _ 170 SituationB Wanted— Male HIGH BCTIOO1* boy \ranu work for room and lioird ithlle attending high echool. Referanctl. Phone «». _ 170 MAN, with family, doei lawn work, cleaning and jpadlng. Reaionible Ply. What hare youf Phone 4C80-W. _ Ul Situations Wanted — Female CAPARL1S woman UHMII iny kind of houieMOrV. or iny kind of work. Pay or hour. Phone 8571-51. WANTED — laundry «orli. Carefully done. Alio houeework. by day or hour. Mri. Jtfaoe! Jacturln, 1825 Blanche itreel. Phone SOB8-W. _ CLRANINO. curtilne laundered. All klndl hour work. While wommi. Quick, neat. Would like permanent cuitomeri. phone 20SO-W. Reference?. Cell inomlngi. DAT or hour tvnrk wanted. Telephone Mtiti-l. ForRent—Rooms NICHLT funtllhcd room in prftlt* home. S nilnutel' walk to NtneUonth uid Cheiter. t^ntleman preferred. Phone M5-J. 170 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $425 1981 Chevrolet sedan, J41B 1930 Auburn "8" Hedan, $;ijO 1932 De Soto coupe, $650 1931 De Soto "S" soclnu, $4-.~> 1929 Dodge D. A. sport sedan, J395 BAKERSFIELD OARAOE USED CAR LOT Xcxt to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phono £286 182 TODAY AND TUESDAY ONLY 1930 Ford coupe, J225. 1930 Chevrolet pick-up, J140. 1929 Chevrolet sport coupe, $166. 1928 Bulck coach, »18o. 1929 Ford sedan, 0 wire wheels, $146. 1927 Star coupe, J65. 1D27 Utilck wport foupe, $126. 1923 Hupmoblle touring car, $35. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone DS28. 183 FOUR klndl atrawberry plant!, all ktnda blackberry planti. Dihlla bulbi and ihrubi. >t ipeclul prfcei. Phone 8701-J-U. John Denlo, rVultvaJe. 178 HORIZONTAL 1A token ot the day. 8 Twenty-four hours. 11 Bandmaster's Elick. 12 Native metal. 13 Church belfry. 15 Unit. 16 Northwestern. IS Southeast. 19 Prophet. 20 Second note. 21 Destruction. 23 Pertaining to wings. 25 Italian, rirer. 26 To lift up. 27 Small memorial. Answer to Previous Pnzzle 41 To telephone. 42 Pound (abbr.). 44 To eject. 46 Magician's rod. 47 Sun god. 48 Aurora. 29 Egg ot a louse. 50 Emerald Isle. WOOD—13-Inch oak. J4.00; cottonwood, J2.73; block. $3.73; 20-Inch Icntlhi, J5.00; cotton. »H.2.->; block. J3.00. Phono 3205, or call 470 Waihlngtm arenun, Olldale. 171 PULVKRIZR1) dnlrj' fertilizer. IB ccnu a lack, or $2.30 for 1-lon truck load, delivered. Phono 4807-W. 171 Poultry and Livestock BABY CHIflv.S- Proui high-trade blowJ-leited •tack, lltiit. nuclei, Whlto. Cuilom hatehlnf. Rliafltr Hatcher;, half-mile south, half-mile aait Hhafur. 190 FOH SAI.K-Cood. senile family milch cow. li-rcjh. 60 Barred lUick uullels. llerl Brown, Prulfr»l«. no I VOUNO While I/oghorn laying;hens, $8.00 per dor.en. Inquire Emerson's Garaie, Ifruitvale. 173 JACK EVERY CAR A BARGAIN: Ford coupe, a honey, $295, 1931 192!i Chevrolet sedan, trunk, etc., $195. Lots o f Others—Priced Lower (Formerly Pat's Car Market) Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 182 HOOM and board. 49.50 per week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant lurroundtnfs. Free psralnc. Also transient dinners. 30 cents. 302S Nlnu- teenth street. Telephon» 807. For Rent—Houses 1930 De Soto de luxe spt. coupe. $295. 19;'0 Nash coupe, good shape, $296. 192C Chevrolet coupe, $66. AUTO LOANS; CASH FOR CARS Phono 831 1409 18th St. 18ii roil SALK- Rihlilti. 35 does, fire bucks, cheap. SKI In t »««. Wilte Ifflmm. England strain. 1'hone ai-r-15. 171 fon. RALIi—Tuo com.three 1000-chIctten brooders, naute r,. Hoi 'J93. Fulrfai road. 30 Relieved. 32 To low as ft cow. 34 Qod ot love. 36 Inlet. 37 Today is In memory of a a«> 39 To simmer. 52 Soft mass. 53 Baby's bed. 55 Growing out. '56 Renown. 57 Seraglio. 69 Orb. 60 Soothsayer. 61 Handsome. 62 Reparation. 17 Sagacious. 18 Winter carriage. 21 Unkeeled. 22 Close. 23 Surface measure. 24 Coarse. 26 Tears etltcheg. 28 Spiral of wire. 29 Chaos. 31 To drink slowly. 33 Upon. 34 Two-wheeled vehicle. 35 Half (prefix). 37 Grit. 38 Merchants. 40 To telegraph. 41 Walking stick. 43 White powder. 45 Dogma. 46 Aqua. 47 Branch. VERTICAL 1 Weathercock. 2 Dined. 3 Behold. 4 Tedium. 5 Toward. 6 To annoy. 7 Northeast. 8 To accomplish. 49 Male ancestor. 0 Reverence. 51 Unprofessional. 10 To cry shrilly. 52 Pay. 11 To perforate. 54 To Implore. PAY LINCOLN TRIBUTE TEHACHAPI, Feb. 14.—Tho assembly of the grammar school was entertained Monday afternoon by a I Lincoln's birthday and Valentine day program presented by tho first grade children under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. Mildred Hicks. The program was as follows: Flag salute and singing 1 of "America" by the school; song, "Abraham Lincoln," class; stories of Lincoln's life, class; song, "Lincoln's Pace," class; reclta- | tlon, "Lincoln," and flag drill by ! Richard Martinez, Richard Suylor, : John Moreno, Gene Myers, Alfred j Vcrdugo, Dennis Clemcnte, Tommy Sherk, Fernando Diaz, Ernest Sandoval, Joaquln Fanucchl, Bobby Madding, Pascual Sanchez, Allen Watts. i Recitation, "A Valentine," Richard Saylor; Valentine dialogue, "We Are Valentines," by Antonio Gultulrrez, Louise Cortez, Mona Fayo Parks, Blllie Jean Smlthers, Frances Johnson, Pauline Garcia, Refugla Reyes, ; Jesus Novarro, Conchlta Martinez, | Rachel Martinez and Shirley Ham'• mand, second grade, who substituted | for an absentee; songs, "My Valentine," class; "Star-Spangled Banner," by whole school. SENIOR CLASS PLAY ATDELAipCHIO DELANO, Feb. 14. — "The Whole Town's Talking" hns been selected by tho senior class of Delano Joint Union High School for their class play. It will be given on the evening of March 10 in tho school auditorium. Rehearsals are being directed by Miss Katherine Couzens, director of physical education for girls of tho school, and Jliss Bessie Mathew, her friend. The cast will Include Misses Fayo Tlpton, Lillian Swanson, Verla May, Alma Pace, Lmian Ames, Bertllle Morris, Averll Dlxon, Maude Taylor, Pauline Murray, Edyth Mages, Margaret Magee, Juanita Kyle and Elaine Murray, and August Dusserre, Bob Stuart, Arthur Folsom and Don Harmon. YOUTH IS TOPIC More Than 200 Are Present as Guests of Welfare Association AnviN, Feb, 14,—One of the lancet and most successful events of the season was the welfare party given «U t.hs» schoolhouse Friday night. There w«n , an attendance of over 200. Special guests of the evening wer» Judge E. w. Owen of the JuvenlW Court, Claude Johnson, county probation officer, and j. A. Byflold, county,, supervisor of child welfare. Each w«« asked to give brief talks on welfare, They were Introduced by W. P. Nance, master of ceremonies. Judges Owen stressed the Importance of welfare work at the present time and also the Importance of communities pron vltllng wholesome amusement for tholv boys and girls. The Arvln organization, he said, was serving a double* purpose In Its efforts. Mr. Johnson told of the false predictions concerning modern youth anrt said his fatlth Is with the present! 1 generation. "By co-oporatlng with, youth," he said, "one IB helping lo make cltlr.ens capable of meeting emergencies such as the present one." Mr. Byfleld said; "The present de-. presslon Is not so much a financial depression as a depression In spirits." Parents, he said, should Instill In their children the sturdy characteristics of their ancestors. The remainder of the evening wan spent playing cards and dancing. ROLL PUPILS AT first prize for high score In bridge- went to Bob Barlow, and for flvn hundred to Mrs. Allison Peck. Dancing was enjoyed In the auditorium. The music was furnished by tho Arvln orchestra consisting of Don Holler. Harry Cheever, Warren Rat - llff, Robert Bonestcel, Orvllle Graham, George Sullivan and Mrs. Hartford Allen. Bakersfleld guests besides Judgn and Mrs. Owen, Claudo Johnson anrt Mr. Byfield, were: Mr. and Mrs. Le» Shamblln, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nourse, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doll, Mr. and Mrs. * H. Biddle, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burke. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodworth, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bonesteel, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFarland and party of five, Mrp.* C. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. C. Gibson, Mr. anrt Mrs. G. Ruebsam, Mr. and Mrs. T. Shannon, Mrs. Elsa McCutcheon, Mrs. Etta Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Winters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boden, Miss Betty Golden, Mrs. Lola Hall of Koenc, and Mrs. Mabel Thompson of Manhattan Beach. 13 Wild duck. 14 Tumultuous disturbance. 56 Mink. 58 Mother. 60 Paid publicity. BABV CHICKS, blood-tested Rocks and Reds from diseaso-freo stock. Mammoth bronze baby turkeys from best of stock. Yatcs Turkey Ranch nnd Hatchery, Sliafter, Calif. 172 IUVKRV1BW ITATCHEllY— Biby clilchi. all breedi, from h)('o<l- tested stork. s«» us for low prices on Urge nnlera. tiuaramocd hatchlni Mis. Belle and North Chester. 1T1 Dogs and Other Pets 600 HBAUTIFUI. aoldfUh Teleiroiio Moon. Uonhridi, Cclestlah. JIDUICIO ITantalli. Comets, r> r.rnli and up. el: Hnrtnteenth street. Wanted — Miscellaneous WANTKD~One air compressor, one drill capacity. on« Jack hammer, one itfincr. and drifter. Arl- drcin 1'nstmastrr si Hobo Kprlni. Calif. If6 Reids Give Dinner for Visiting Kin MCFARLAND, Feb. 14.—Mr. and Sirs. W. J. Held entertained over the week-end for the latter'a sister, Mrs. H. T. Abbott, and her two sons, Stanley and Harry, of Berkeley. Mrs. Abbott and her sons returned recently from Boston where they spent several months. Mrs. Abbott was the honored Buest at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Held Saturday night, at which covers were laid for 12. After dinner bridge was the diver- DEI.AN'O, Feb. 14.—The Honor Roll) for students of Delano Joint Union High School for the third 6 weeks' period has been announced. Students receivine all "Bs" or better Include: Misses Lillian AmeH. Helen Halo, Phyllis Plland, Hazel Robertson, Lillian Swanson, Dorothy "Welch, Anita Clark, Hattle Griffith, Beulah Grose, Huberta Hamlln, Elsie Hlrose, Ruby Mclntlre, Dorothy Patterson, darkle Sharp, Katherine Villard, Ruth AVolcott, Marie Wankum, Km ma White, Jennie Wong, Edith Magce. and William Benton, Laurancc Wankum, Halsworth Brown, Frank Clement, Harold Dean, Ronald Dunn, Pnul Gooder, c. E. Griffith (straight A), and LeRoy Sllva. Students getting B average: Misses Rubena Welch, Betty Schlltz, Prances Panero. Velnia Lopteln, Lillian Fabllll, Elizabeth Brockman, Harriett Bletner, Josephine Audap, Pauline Murray, Bertllle Morris, Margaret Magee, Lillian Ames, nnd Botty de Veu- ney, and Bob Cooledge, Frederick Hal- veratadt, J. T. Lankford, J. B. Pace, Howard Radeollff and Xorman Williams. Attend Final Rites for Wasco Matron •WASCO, Feb. 14.—Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Davo Miller and Mr. ard Mrs. Percy Miller, all of Granite Falls, Wash., are here to attend the last rites for Mrs. Harriet Miller, mother of seven sons who survive her. Mrs. Miller had been a resident of Wasco for nearly IS years and was aged 77 years. Rev. J. A. McDonald of Long Beach, former pastor of the Wasco Congregational Church, was called to officiate at tho services. The deceased was born in Morrisburg, Canada, and was ono of the pioneers of Ottawa. Her husband preceded her in death in 1810. The body was taken to Riverside for interment. Mra. Miller was the mother of Arthur Miller and Robert Miller, proprietors of the Wasco Garage. Wasco Pastor Gives Fireside Programs WASCO, Feb. 14.—Fireside talks aro being given each Sunday ovonliiR to members of tho Young People's Society of the German Baptist churoli, by tho pastor, the Rev. J. C. Schweitzer. HOSTESSES AT DINNER TAFT, Feb. 14.— Mrs. J. V. Robert* and Mrs. Charles Erlowlno were Joint hostesses at a 8 o'clock dinner recently at the homo of Mrs. Erlewlne on tho North American lease, the occasion being the birthday anniversaries of Mr. Erlewlne and Leland Roberts. The valentine motif was used In both table and room decorations and a comic valentine box was one of tho slon and other guests enjoyed their ' rll ° talk!f Include the topics of j many diversions of tho evening. The hospitality. Delightful refreshments "Friendship," "Courtship," "Mar-| honors were served. Included in the party were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. "Wharton and their daughter, of Belrldge, Mrs. II. T. Abbott and sons Stanley and Harry, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Higginbotham, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer B. Lobre, William Byrne, the host and hostess, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Reid, and their daughters, Misses Barbara and Nelodene. *-*-• ' MRS. PRICE HOSTESS MARICOPA, Feb. 14.—La Fortuna club held Its regular meeting and card party Friday evening with Mrs. Florence I. Price as hostess. For high scores Mrs. Martha Walker was awarded first prize and Mrs. Elizabeth Harnlsh second. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Elizabeth riage," "Homemaklug" and "Charuo- j fine gifts. honorees were tho recipients of many ter Formation, The Ladles' Aid of the church will observe national prayer week .it their meeting Wednesday. Mrs. William Those enjoying the occasion were Messrs. nnd Mcsdames Paul Neighbors (Bakersfleld), W. Woolery, C. A. Brand, If. Bodamer, B. Erlewlne, K. , j. , . - Vi» -»••«( -a. uu •*«,•. lib* , JJ, j^ii AC rt ItlO. J'J. Ifland, president of the group, will | p. Boucher, E. Ramsdall, I. Scott, C. conduct the business meeting. A musical program will be presented next Sunday evening at tho church by members of the Young People's Society. Harnlsh, Mae Walker, Evelyn Babcook, Martha Elermann, Lillian Gluyas, Bessie Chlpps, Myra, Weikal and the hostess. YOUTH IN HOSPITAL McFARLAND, Feb. 14.—Van Bergon, S-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bergen, la at Kern General Hospital, where he Is III with scarlet fever, rently Wasco, whore they expect to raise cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Bergan removed from McFarland to Women to Conduct Farm -Bureau Meet RIO BRAVO, Feb. 14.—Tho woman of the local home department will have rhargo of the regular farm renter mooting Thursday evening, February IB, at tho Rio Bravo schoolhouse. Miss Lillian Brlnkman will glvo a demonstration In American cheese making. H. T. ' Strong, assistant farm nd- vlser, will present tho agnloultural ' outlook of tho extension services for i 1033. The program will consist of old-fashioned scenes portrayed by homo department members. James E. Hung, director, will preside. Refreshments will bo served. . Rrlowlne, J. F. Roberts; the Misses * Eva Brand, Dorothy Dodamer, Nadlne Neighbors; Messrs. Fred Frank F. Bontadelll, George Ramsdall, Joe Brle- wlne, 7{cnneth Boucher, Warren Frank, Raymond Roberts, Lelanfl' Roberts and Eddie Erlewlne. TRASKS GIVE DINNER McFARLAND, Fob. 14.— Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Trask entertained at a turkey dinner recently at their country homo. Places were marked for " Reverend and Mrs. H. IS. Carlson and two children and Mrs. "White from Wasco, Mr. and Mrs. A. CavanauaTh. Mrs. Walter Dlxon and the host and . hostess. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Yes, Yes, Mr. Mugg By HARRY J. TUTHILL UNFURNISHED HOUSES Three-bedroom house, clean, modern, double garage, water paid, |40 per month. j Two-bedroom houie, modern, $20 per < month. | Four-room hou»«, partly furnished, ' J17.60 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. i ISIS Chester Avenue Phone 12DS ; S-10-tf i FOB IXEJ.T— Unfurnished fire rooms, modem. South I U, 128.00; 6-room modern. >;.wr*. 130.00; flic ' looms, 1% acres, 150.00; 5-room modam. Ilink ! itreet. ISO.M. Howard Nichols, Inc Phone 8»3. ! a-7-tr MODERN 6-room cottage. Double ra- rage with cement floor. 201 C street. Phone 626. Henry Eissler. 2-2-tf RENTAL—4-rooni nicely furnished home; shade; good garage. Apply 1431 Oregon. 2-n-tf • POUB-HOOM furnished duolei. Uarate and nice . vard. 1*0. Water paid. 1400 Third strtel. I pnonai aita-w. no i f^OR JIKN'T—Nicely furnished bunealow In court. Til* sink, hardwood floors, orerstulted turn!- ' lure. Water raid. Adulu. Inquire 1818 For i last street. 1M j 'TWO-ROOM furnished cabin for barhelore. On, llfhtt. tl per month. 110 Ks<< Kljhlh street KO THE EXTRAVASANT SALARY HE 16 TO OCT MADE ENTHUSIASTIC LISTENER TODAY AS HI5 NEW EMPUOYER OFFERED ANOTHER EXPLANATION OF HIS VAGUE PLANS FOR PUTTING A PERMANENT WAVE OF HAPPINESS IN ALL MARRIAGES. IN DESCRIBING MY PLANS MEN, I'LL JUST STAND UP AS \ I AM ACCUSTOMED ] TO DOING WHILE MAKING TALKS AT LUNCHEONS AND SO FORTH. Mil FOP. YEAR.S I VE LOOKED FOR. SOME: WORTH-WHILE ANOUC IN REFORM WORK! BUT IT'S >> TERRIBLY OVERCROWDED FIELD GENTLEMEN, AND I WAS IN THE VERY DEPTHS OF DESPAIR UNTIL THE MAGIC HOUR WHEN MY SIXTH WIFE PACKED UP AND LEFT ME. YES MR. MUGG. 6O ON PLEASE. AS USUAL, WHEN A WIFE LEFT I SPENT FIVE OR TEN MINUTES, IN THINKING ABOUT THE SITUATION. THEN...AND MARK THIS GENTLEMEN.. OUT OF A CLEAR SKY CAME THE THOUGHT, THAT PERHAPS MY WIVES WERE NOT ENTIRELY TO BLAME. PERHAPS, X SAID TO, MYSELF, ^. MATRIMONY] ITSELF/ WAS AT/ FAULT.. J WAK£ /, I UP? ( ves —7 Moa«. \ ao ON. AND SO WAS BORN MY GRAND IDEA TO TAKE THE BANANA PEELINGS OUT OF THE PATH OF MATRIMONY. TO....IT'S GETTING SO DARK NOW.....I CAN' READ MY NOTES. WE'LL HAVE TO LET THE OTHER HALF OF MY TALK GO UNTIL , TOMORROW P-fS-T.' f>-SS-Tf 'S 4f~r£A (sw ALFRED! YCS MR. MUO6, ao ON. WOMAN'S CLUB PARTY \S r ASCO, Feb. 11.— The dancinp party given recently by member! of tho Waaco Woman's Club was 'well attended and proved to be a profitable venture for tho club treasury Sirs. Colvor Jones, president of th« club, was responsible for tho affair, nnd was asslst%d by other club members, PASSES AWAY IN TSXA& FELLOWS, Feb. 14.— S. T. and P, C. Brownfleld hav« been called to Snydor, Texas, due to the death of their father, w. A. Brownfleld, which occurred on Wednesday, February fl at the family home. Legal Notices NOTICE OF LIEN SALE I Notice is hereby given to B. P Al; bright. Bishop, California, legal owner, and H. Fuglt, Big Pine, Inyo oountv registered owner of Nash automobile' engine No. A-10BB, license NoV 6 C ' 4308, year 1932. That there ar« charges due me for storage, and I claim lien on said automobile for mid charges together with costs of advertising and If same are not paid befor* , tho time of sale as set forth In thin • ! notice said car will be sold to aatlafy such lien and further charges. S&lX I to bo hfcld at my garage at Walker* i Pass, near Onyx, Kern County, February 2B, 19S3, at 2 o'clock p. m, i VICTOR J. rtUQO.. 1 M u n . .„ , o "y*> Ko ' -n County. l<ob. 14 to U, inc.

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