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12 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORJNAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1933 Special Announccmenta NOTICB of tale for piiture chargn. Nolle* is hereby siren to ill concerned there will he told at puhllo auction on Situnlijf, Februiry 18, 1893. two Jenny yearling helfcri. Bile will lie held at mjf firm. 4 rallei louth of Kern I.Ike Ranch, (o iitlify nature chirgei. (Blgnert) B. P. Greene, ny F. J. Greene, 1T4 repaired! Fix broken furniture: It- due looie Jolnti, mend broken chain. Ererj lob guaranteed. Phone 4798. Jonti, 218 Bill Twenty- firm itrtet. 191 BEAUTY SPECIALS— ncRuinr ?2.w> permanent wave, Jl.BO. Shampoo and dry flntjer wave, BOc. Vanity Beauty Shop, Kentucky Market. Phono 147<i. 172 lu.i plino, 12 leitoni, no icalei or n•relies, ropultr tnuilo Immediately. Witoimin Pohool, 1600 Cheiter. Phone 8370 for appolnt- ment. _ _ _ 19_5 NAOMI CIIICI.B will hold a Hpinlih food iilo, Saturdw. February 18. it 1B1T Deale «Tenu«. 1'hone your wderi to 1H1-J »t 419M. Enchllta- du. 15 cent! each! Spanlih beani, 15 centi quirt. 178 Lost—Pound—Strayed LOST— Two croiieut nwi, Weed Pitch highway, Bundty. Bewird. rhone 1314-W. _ 171 LOST— Auto robe. Between 111 Eighteenth itreet and California arenu*. Pleaie cill 2605 at 6 p. a. LOST, Saturday, near Fox theiter. black Penlan cat. Beward. Phone 8789-J-18 or 8740-n-l. _ 178 PERSON li known who look blue mat by mliltke leaving more eipenilro one, at Coconut Oroto, Tueiday nliht. Return to ticket office at Orore and obtain own, or 3718 Blanche. PBHSON who found purie conlalnlne drlt- or'i llcetiie, ireen fountain pen and money, plena keep money, return puna and other contenti to 804 Eighteenth itrcitJ IT! LOST— Uewellyn Setter, two black eyet, old. Telephone 91, Tlft. lUmird. yeari 173 Personals A. CRUZ hiring bought th» Minlla reitiunnt, 1010 L itreet, will not .be rnpontlble for debti prior to thll date, February 11, 1933. (Signed) A. Crut. 178 Financial 16.60 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 182 Local Companies Quick Service Keep Your Money in Bakersfleld. FLOYD DUNLAP, 1E23 20TH ST. 1S2 HONEY TO LOAN—We hire an unlimited amount cf money to loan on farm property. Loni term loam. 6H per cent Interut. Ouy Omnleaf. IM- rttarr. No. 219 Jefferion itreet. Phone 4123-W. 17« WANT to contact private party wlll- ing 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, Routo 2, Box 407, Bakcrs- fleld. 172 WANT (500. 8 yean, 6 per cent. Security, cleir, Imprared realty. Writ* Box 465, The Callfornlin. 178 Business Opportunities MANAGER—Your own builneii. Tour own territory. Reliable Cpn. Bequlrei (200.00. Amply aecurad. Write Bot 339. The Callfornlan. 171 SERVICE station for lease, located on highway. In Delano. For Information write or phone C. H. Porch, 2224 Arlington street, Bakersfleld. Phone 8011. 178 Contractors and Builders PAPEIIBANOINO. palntlni. tlntlni. Done to lull. By contract or hour. Eitlmelti cheerfully ilren. Beott. 80S Eighth itreet. Phone 911-W. 113 CARPENTER, painter and piperhanier. Very reaionible. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone MO-W. 178 Help Wanted—Female HOUSEKEEPER, white, lie 20 to 85. two adulti. Ocod home, imall wage. Arranie Interrlew. P. O. Box, 214. Delano. 171 SALESLADY to represent manufacturer. Write De France Mfg. Co., 117 W. Ninth St.. Los Angeles. 172 Help Wanted—Salesmen MEN WANTED for Rawlelth routei of 800 con- tumeri In clllei of Bakenflelil and Binta Paula. Belliblo hustler cui itart earning 325 weekly and Increaie rapidly. Write Immediately. Itaw- lelfh Company, Department CA-4-V. Oakland, Calif. Situations Wanted—Male MAN, with family, doei Iiwn work, cleaning- and ipadlnc. Kciioniblo piy. Whit hiTe you? Phone 4960-W. 171 Situations Wanted—Female SILK undies expertly laundered, work guaranteed, prices reasonable. 1237 1 ,i K street. Phone 5217-R. 173 MIDDLE-AGO) worn in winti Uiy work, by weel or month. Pnone 14S8-R. For Rent—Rooms With Board BOOM and boarO. 19.50 per week. Comfortable roomi, pleuint lurroundlngi. Free puking, Alio tranilent dlnneri. 60 centi. 2028 Nino, teenth itreet. Telephone 83T. 8-J7-II BOARD and room, 37.50 per week; boud. three meali. (9.00 per week; two meili. (4.50. Modem conrenlencei. Central location, acron from poll office. 1800 Eighteenth itreet. For Rent—Houses UNFURNISHED HOUSES Three-bedroom house, clean, modern, double garage, water paid, $40 per month. Two-bedroom house, modern, $20 per month. Four-room house, partly furnished $17.50 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. J813 Chester Avenue Phono 1298 2-10-tf _ | _ . tt-JV-^i Fon HENT—Unfurnlihed fire roomi. modern. South H. 155.00; 5-rooin modern, %-acre. J2U.OO; flv roomi. 1W acrei. J20.00; B-room modem, Bunk itreet. 130.00. Howard Nlcholi, Ino, Phone 888 MODERN D-room cottage. Double ga rage with cement floor. 201 C street Phone 026. Henry Elnsler. 2-2-t RENTAL—4-room nicely furnUhe< shade; good garage. Appl 1431 Oregon. 2-11-t 1TOK HENT—Nicely furnlihed bungilow In cour. Tile link, hlrdwood floori. ouruuffed furnl ture. Wittr pild. Adulti. Inquire IBID *\>r rcit itreet. It FOR RENT—S-room furnished house newly reflnlshed. Garage. $37.50 water paid. 331 Chester avenu< south, Virginia tract. Phono 960 B. E. Shields. T7_ FURNISHED 4-room half of double houie. "»TJ 82f) Kentucky. Alio new duplex, itrlctly modern with ginge. Call 728 Flower. FOR BENT—3-room home, newly decorated. Hird wood floori. tilt link. S302 0 ilreeU $25.00 p month. • 17 RENT—8-room modern House Hardwood floors, tile sink and bath 930 Qulnoy street. $35. 4-room mod ern house. Tile sink and bath, 40 Kast Twenty-first street, $26. Phon 762. 17 COZY 4-room furnlihed hou». newly reflnltliei 1 Gwige. rrult treei. Kent ehtap. Locited 80 O itreet. Jnoulre 4S.1 B itmt. 17 For Rent—Houses OR RENT—Beautifully furnlihed lulf ot attrae- lltf modern duplex. Oarage. Water paid. Call ISO! Brundlge. 173 ICBt/Y furnlihtd 6-room homo. Heuonablo rent to riiBonllblo pirty. 524 Qulney itrtet. 173 0n RBNT In OlltUIr, 0-ronm houie, two blochi from Stindird Bchnol ind builncsi center. S17 per month. Water pild. Call 3745-W, 174 'OH RISNT—Modern house in California Park Tract, H. F. Smith. Phono 118. 172B Chester avenue. 175 "On BENT—Two icrel, But Brundaie Line. C- rnora houto. On, electricity, pumping plant. Will nil or tnde. Phone 1,187-M. 172 X>R RENT—Furnlihed houie and fumlincd apartment. Thont 1857-M. 171 OB RENT—Furnished modern 8-roora houic. Buniet Park.. Phono 3700. 173 'OR RENT—Small furnished lionise, garage, water and garbage paid. 108 Chester avenue. _ For Rent--Apartments UnKIHHED ipartmenti, Nineteenth and D. Oter- Huffed furniture, Frlgldilre. 5-room houie, 9000 Oringe. Apply 90.11 Nineteenth itrtel. grocery Here. Phone BS24-J. 171 OR RENT —•Well-furnished apartment at the Kelly, throe rooms and bath, close in, garage; adults only. Reasonable rent. Call 1305 I street. Phono 4093 or 363. 171 WO ROOMS, with ileeplng porch. Prime bith. Newly papered and painted. Reiioniblc. 2331 Truxtun avenue. 173 PA11TMENTS at tho Forguion. 2013 Cheiter avenue, llune 82,18. Iteaionible rent. 171! TTllACTIVELY furnlihed 4-room court apartment. Mull be leen to be appreciated. Inquire it 809 P itreet. 172 3X>H RENT—SmaJI. fumUhed apirtment. Sllrcr. linen, gai ind llghti Included. Oar ipace. I12.SI). 2007 Twentieth itreet. ICKLiY furnlihed apartment, In bungilow court. Ibt water. Ouage. dole In. Apirtment 4. 1802 M itreet. URNIHIIKD apirtment In bungalow court. 1325 K atreet. No children or peti. Wanted to Rent—Houses VANTED to rent, by March 1. B-room unfurnlihed houie. with ilieplng porch and cinge. Mult be modern, and detlrible location. Phone 6630. 172 Sale—Improved Property BUY THIS for a home or an investment. No. 2129 Truxtun avenue. Four-room house with large back screened porch. Garage. Back yard fenced. Paved streets. Don't hesitate, Investigate this at $2750. R. A. MOORE & SON 515 Eighteenth Street Phone 433 172 'WO ACHES for nalo or trade. Close In; 4-room plastered house; Kern Island water, city water for domestic use. Elmer P. Karpe. Phone 210, 1517 Eighteenth street 2-11-tf SALE or rent, in Casa Loma Acres, two acres of ground. Now house, chicken pens for 1500 chickens. H. F. Smith, 1726 Chester avenue. Phone 118. 175 'MB of the fine homei of Bakerifleld, with (4~block. In hlgheit elm reildenllil dlitrlct; muit be told for 1«*> thin half III value. Raiy tcrmi cm be arranged. MUIit conilder imaller clear houie In trade. Howard Nicholi. Inc., 1509 Nineteenth itreet. Phone 3S3. 2-14-tf SPECIATj—To , e ttle citato will .ell duplex on 80-foot corner, partly furnlihed. for (1250.00. Will require about half cmh. acw Nlcholi, Inc., 1509 Nineteenth itreet. Phono 3S8. 2-14-tf For Sale—Automobiles IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR TRADE-INS ON OUR NEW MODEL WE ARE GOING 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'! USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone llfi (Opposite Courthouse) 182 STARTS TOMORROW Ends February 28 NO BROKERAGE—NO INTEREST Save Money on Dependable Used Cars SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 7 Satisfaction or Money Back! BAKERSFIELD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at O. Phone 2286 1S2 1920 Packard de luxe sedan, A-l, 5635. 1924 Dodge sedan, total price, J37.50. 1927 Chrysler 70 sport roadster, ?145. AUTO LOANS; CASH FOR CARS Phone 831 1409 18th St. 182 JACK SEZ: Every Car Priced Lower! 1931 Chevrolet sedan, few miles, $385. LOTS OF BARGAINS (Formerly Pat's Car Market) Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy. Manager 18 DOUGLASS' P1UCU8 CUT. USED CARS 2105 I T finance my contracti; low clurgei: eny termi. 'lunoltt touring; extra, good. Buy, $29; down J15, Maxwell tedin; 3 new tlrw. Cut 135; down 1:0. :1 Podge coupe; looki, rum guod, (60; down (25, 1027 Chevrolet coupe; 2 new tlrei, (40; down (20. 1823 nulck iport touring; curtilni; new 0-ply tlrei two fender wolli; A-l, like new, (ISO. UK DoJcs tedin; new paint; rum good. Down C.' e 1928 Italje "8" coupe; looki, rum good. J175, 1620 TJurant "4" iport coupe; low rallei. Only (145, It 1 ;? Ford touring and roaditer; A-l. Down (20. 1033 lletnio puld on all rari. Your old car good aa cash. HAVE Hudson Brougham to trade for equity in light oar. Will not iiSHume over $200.00. Wrtto Box 168K, Tho California!!. 2-11-tf For Sale—Automobiles WOULD like to buy about 60 cini of .home prepared null. Flrit-clili quality, P, O. Boi •AD, BaketitleUI. 174 1928 Chevrolet sedan, perfect, $166. 1930 Bulck "47" sedan, like new, J586. 11130 Do Soto coupe, 6 w. w., $295. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS ' heater at 24th. Phono 6828. 182 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous Automotive Service WANTED--Best late model light sedan. $250 cash will buy. Will take equity if cheap. No dealers. Write Prospect, care of The Callfornlan, 171 JlAniATOn EEPAII18; NEW COItKB Prlcct at Jl<x;k Dottom. N All Work Guaranteed. C. N JOHNSTON SHOPS Eighteenth and O. Phone ASA 182 WANTBD-T-Furnlture. Living and dining room let. Call 1323 Qulney ilr««t. For Sale—Furniture For Exchange—Miscellaneous FIVE-PIECE dining room sot, $16.00. Two-piece living room set, $13.50. Gas range, side oven, $9.50. Rockers, $3.26. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 841 1100 Eighteenth St. 182 DAY DKD and pid, (7.00; felt bu« linoleum rugi, (2.79; two-piece new relour overttuffed tct. (25. Divli Furniture Eichange, 210S Chester ivenue. 174 AM, KINDH of furniture, bought and (old. 2-inch pott bed*. Jl.CO; itovei, tewing machines. Brown'i place. 2400 IMlion highway. 172 Radio, Musical Instruments IT WILL PAY you to BOO our large stock of used musical Instruments before buying. Phillips Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Eye" wtroets. 172 PIANOS, ridloi, electrlo refrlgoratori, bought, told, rented and eichanged, Don C. Preiton, Nineteenth nnd 1L 182 KEEP CHEERFUL—Buy a guaranteed radio for as little'as GOc per week. Don C. Preston. 182 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRt ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Grad* 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH. fl.U. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.35. 75 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY. «0c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenuo lO-JS-tf Over u period of it years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We contlnu* 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 MUST BELL dhow ciMi. icilei. ciih regliten. meat illceri. adding machlnei, rretttr caiei. Milt market, itore. reitiurant equipment. 809 Baker. 17* 80.000 SQUARE FKET of good uied corrugited galvanized Iron, ill ilzei. for aile cheap. United Iron and Metal Company, 2810 Cheiter avenue. 2-7-tf AUTO PAINTING. "DUCO." (12.50 TO (2S.OO. J10DY AND FENDEn HBPAIR. PEEpLERS PAINT SHOP. PHONE 276. S319 "EYE" STIIEET. • Ill WOOD. Remember Peoplei* Wood lird. for dry. •ound wood. Ronut meaiure. Prompt delivery. Prlcea right. Phone 2809. 171 BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment just received. Also a few flower bulbs left nt reduced prices. M. P. Fllckinger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. 182 OOOD oak wood, all lengthi and iltei. Quality guaranteed. Meari Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. 191 YTJMA VALLKV alfalfa teed, hlgheit germlna tlon and purity. Get umple and compare thli teed. Phone 088. 17* yon SALB—Alfilfi teed, common; certified purity OK.92. Price 11 centi per pound. Itouto 3, Box 173. Ferdinand lUn. 171 FOUR klncli itriwberry plants, all klndi blackberry planti, Dihlla bulbi and ihrubi. at ipecla] prlcel. Phono 8701-J-ll. John Denlo. Frultvile. 176 WOOD—12-Inch oik, (4.00; cottonwood, (2.75; block. (2.75; 20-Inch lengthi, (5.00: cotton, t.1.5. r .: block, (3.00. Phone 3292, or call 479 U'aihlngton avenue. Olldile. 171 PULVERIZED dairy fertilizer, IS cenu a lick, or (2.50 for 1-ton truck load, delivered. Phone 4807-W. 171 ALJ, KINDS of itrawberry plinti, Dihlla. bulbi, ihrubi, Ithode Iiland Red letting eggi. Phone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo. Frultvile. 1?8 FOIl BALK— Pulverized iheep manure, 29 centi t lick, delivered. Phone 4471-W. 196 PUMP—Byron Jackion. 7-lnch, doled runner cen- trlfugil; low ipeed 8-lnch centrifugal Falrbinki ,t Morie pump, low ipeed and doled runner. Cheap. Phone 2548-J. NOW Is the best time to plant anything and everything to get good i-esults. We still have good assortment of roses at 15c. Bakersfleld Nursery, 631 Sixth street. Telephone 320. 174 POHTAm.i; electrlo tewing machine, tiken In on ' debt, cheap for ciih. S003 F itriet. Poultry and Livestock BAI1Y CHICKS—From hlgh-crid« blood-tMtcd nock. ILedi, Rock i. White. Cuitom hitchlni, Hhirter Uitchery, half-mile louth. hilf-mlli eul Shifter. 190 VOt'Ni; \vhlle Lcihorn laying hem. 18.00 per dozen. Inquire Emerion'i Gurue. Frultcili 1T2 FOR RAUK— Kibblti. 35 doei, flto buckl. chelp, Settlnc ens. Whlto Lefliem, Englind itriln, Phnnn 21-F-J2. 171 BAUY CHICKS, blood-tested Rocks and RedH from disease-free stock. Mammoth bronze baby turkeys from bost of stock. Yates Turkey Ranch and Hatchery. Shatter, Calif. 172 JUVBRVIEW 1UTCHERY—Bibjr ehlcki. ill breodi, from blood-tested itock. See ui for low prtcei on lirce orderi. Ouirinteed hitching ecgi. Belli and North Cheitir. ' 171 NOTICK iporttmen. Tlie turkey and chicken I hoot tint «-ii cilled off lilt Sundiy, will be held thli Sundiy, Juil north of Olldile on Woody roid. Drlng your gun ind comi out ud win a fine turkey. Lou of fun. Come eirly. Shooting •11 diy. Jen. \Vantcd—Miscellaneous \VANTKI)—One ilr compreiier. one drill cipiclly one Ji<-k liinuner, une itoper, ind drifter. Ad Urns roatmadter tit Hobo Spring, Cillf. 17.% Wanted—Miscellaneous VANTBD—Automobile, will eichange two nice cleir lot) In Richmond, Calif., for lite model light coupo or Toaditer. Muit be In food condition. Bos S3, The California)!, 172 Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Biyi Heidiche li my. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S SERVICE FOB 113 OTM Hughei Drug Store Nineteenth and Cheiter Phone 1111-1 PIANO TUNING Factory Keilitertd Tuner 13.80 ' Batlifictlon Guarantied CARL A. BTRD Phong 1809-M 830 Truilun SWEDISH MASSAGE CA1JINET SWEATS . DEDUCING! Colonle Irritation INSTITUTE or HYDnormniAPY 1111P Street 8 a. m. to 0 p. ra. Pboo* JIM LAUNDRY SERVICE tauodrjr Birvlce Uniicilled—That li Out Sloial T«n Different Strtlcw and Zorle Odorleit Dry Cleinlaf CITIZENS LAUNDBY •litewlh and o Btreata Pliant Ml STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly FUmi Maternity Home) NEW ' F1BEPIIOOF MODERN Ulenied Graduate Nuriei In Attendance lau (Hemline) Denham, Proprietor 721 Eighth Street Phone M9I Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOMB TAX SEBTICE. AUDITS. SYSTEM* •nit* 103. Profeiilonil Bulldiai Pnone Utl DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Gradual* CBIROPRACTOB Palnlwi SyiWra Compute ElectrMherapy Sirtte*. Foot ComtUo* Boon, 10 to 12 i. m.. 2 to 5. 7 to • o. m. Boomi 111-11M13 Morgan Bulldlai 1711 CaMUr Atenue Telethon* 5518 nj, AttendMI DR. H. S. AKIN TJCENSED VETERINABIAN 2580 Dricena Street. Ilakerifleld. Phone 8755 LegalNotices ORDINANCE No. 260 The Board of Supervisors of the County of'Kern do ordain as follows: Section I, It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or cprporatlon to mutilate, destroy, collect, or remove any of tWe following named plants, to-wlt: Desert Holly (Atrlplex hymenoly tra); all species and varieties of Cacti; Snow Plant (Sarcodes nan- guinea); Yucca (Hesperoyucea whip- plel), also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also known as Yucca brevlfolla; Tiger Lily (Lilian parvum); Kern County Cypress (Cupressus nevadensls); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium purpusU); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttnllll); Adobe Lily (Frltlllaria pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lewlslti redlvla); all species and varieties of Marlposa Lilies (Calochortus); Clarkla (Clarkla xan- tlana); Red Bud (Cercls occidental^), also known as Judas Tree; and Pre- montta (Fremontodendron callfornl- cum), also known as slippery elm, wild quince and leatherwood, or to pick, or to cut any branches, irults or blossoms therefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parts thereof, whether growing on public or private land In roe 'County of Kerti, without n permit Issued by the Agricultural Commissioner of said County, or ox- cept in tho case of private land, the owner gives his consent thereto. Section IT. Permits may be Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner to the duly accredited representatives of any public library, museum, herbarium, or educational Institution, or to herbarium collectors to take such plants or parts of plants for educational or scientific purposes. Section III. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly the wild flowers of Kern County, by using said 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 corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $50.00 or by Imprisonment In the County Jail for n term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine and 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 Callfor- nian, 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 same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, this 30th day of January, 1933, by the following vote: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wimmer. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITH. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-officlo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Feb. 4-18. incl. MI NINO Prepare for Big Producer at Well on Bloemer Lease TP7ITH approximately 100 feet of W rich oil sand at bottom, Ohio Oil Company's Interesting driller at Belridge, tho Bloemer No. 1, on section 36, 27-20, today assumed the aspect of a potential gusher, and company officials prepared to test the we'll at the present depth of 8478 feet. Underreamlng of the well was Instituted yesterday and that work will be followed by a casing setting job 1C feet from the present depth. Ohio officials do not believe that the present formation Is the same as that In the Belrldgo Oil Company's No. 64-27, on section 27, 27-20, but do believe that the Belrldge discovery production zone lies below tho present oil formation In the Bloemer project, and If the Bloemer well does not produce at least 2000 barrels daily as a result of tho proposed test, deepening may bo Instituted. Big steam shovels were at work today near the site, excavating for a sumphdle which will be "ISO feet wide and 190 feet long when completed, and arrangements were being made to Install a Want Christmas 'tree attachment. Pressure on the casino, It was reported, reached 4100 pounds to •the square Inch, yesterday. Completion of the Bloemer well for prolific production would mean • much to supply houses and oil workers of Kern county, for several concerns will drill offsets at once. Belrldgo OH Company has two sections of land lying adjacent to the Bloemer well, while Standard Oil Company, and the Continental Oil Company, also have leases In the area. The lease on which the Ohio Oil Company is operating' the Bloemer well consists of 80 acres and Is owned by Charles W. Bloemer of Bakersfleld, one of the most active operators In Kern county. Ohio has spent in the neighborhood of $300,000 drilling the Bloemer well. Other wells probably would cost almost $250,000 to drill. Test wells generally cost more money to operate than those which follow a discovery. CANADIAN PRODUCTS, HORIZONTAL 1 Tense. B Types of maize mush. 10 Colored part of eye. 14 State ot dhakingr. 15 Blow witb. tho hand. 16 Female horse. 17 Important product of Canada, 18 To go easily. 19 Portrait statue. 20 Unites firmly. 22 Jumping. 24 Perched. 25 Helmet. 26 Tree, fluid. 29 To contradict. 31 Perfume. 85 Stopple. 37 Desaicated. 39 Wriggling. 40 Principal fruit grown, around Ontario, , Canada. 42 Valuable property; Answer to Previous Puzzle VIAILIEINTTII 'ggp ran a mm mma sa stwnui HHraa HK nnEra Safins n srcgnra 0na SRnrzEi .gEnan a HHWI a 'HH HfzinEi rararara HH 44 Beer. 4? Similar. 1 47 Short cask. 49 Style of cooking. 62 Member of U. S. upper, house. 56 Qod of love. 57 Ends of dres.s coat. 59,Joint of stem. 60 Pottery paste. 61 Heron. 62 Imitates. 63 Exclamation oil 10 To mock, sorrow. ' 11 Worthless. 64 Long grasses. 6*5 For fear that VERTICAL 1A jumble. 2 Largest known toad. 8 Murmurs as * cat. 4 Examinations. , 5 Straightened. 6 Gift of charity. 7 Crowd. S.Throbs. 9To rob.' 12 Chief mineral ot Newfoundland. 13 Delivered.' 21 Organ of hearing. 23 Meadow, 25 Semblance. 26 Spring. 27 Very high mountain. 28 Young seal. 30 Action of » brake. 32 Beverage. 33 Every. 34 Grain. 36 Mirrors. 38 Hates. 41 Prophet. 43 Wine cask. 46 To inhume. 48 Trite. 49 Onion. ,50 Russian mountains. ClJot 52 Coaster. 53 Soup-fin shark. $4 Poems. 55 Slumber. B8 Wrath. (Atsoclatcd Fret* Lcatei Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 15.— Dally average gross crude oil production In the United States decreased 3250 barrels in the week ended February 11, totaling 2,025,000 barrels, the American Petroleum Institute's weekly summary Indicates. Daily average production east of California decreased 11,250 barrels to 1,559,700 barrels. Imports of crude and refined oils •t principal United States ports totaled 1,010,000 barrels against 1,027,000 barrels. Due to the delay In receiving reports, caused by the .holiday, refinery statistics were not available today. PIPELINE RUNS Crude oil deliveries by nine pipeline companies formerly In the Standard Oil eastern group averaged 255,916 barrels dally in January compared with 241,920 In December and 259,094 In January, 1932. _ Boggs Resigns Position With Union Company ('Associated Press Leaied Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15.—Res. Iflnntlon of P. N.. Boggs, as vice- president of the Union Oil Com; pany, was announced here today by L. P. St. Clalr, president. Boggt became Identified with the company In 1624 and since then has directed the tales department and field department activities. AWAIT SPUDDING OF WEED PATCH PROJECT Interest today was centered on the Wood Patch district, as tlio Mohawk Oil Company prepared to spud Its Hood No. 1 prospect job on section 30. 30-29, and Dana Hogan continued work of constructing rig for his project nearby. Hood No. 1, tho Mohawk -well, was ready for spudding yesterday, and only sunrise was nwalted,today for the Initial bite of tho drilling bit into the surface of the site. The project Is located about three-quarters of a mile northwest from the Porter-Day No. 1 well of the Shell Oil Company, on section 29, 80-29, which was drilled to 5400 feet where It flowed, by heads, and deepened to 8119 feet and abandoned, is WITH OIL OVERFLOW Crude oil production In California during the week ended February 11 averaged 466,300 barrels dally, or 8000 "'amis dally more than for the week irevlous, according to figures ra- eased today by tho Pacific coast of"Ice of the American Petroleum In. tttute. Midway field of Kern county as- Isted In the Increase by" boosting lt» dally average output to 46,000 barrels, n Increase of 1400 barrels dally. ' Field figures showing the dally average output for the week ended Feb. ruary 11, and the loss or gain for each area when compared with th« week previous, are: « Field— Chang* Long Beach 61,800 1000 Santa Fe 64,000 200 Huntingdon 24,600 1800 Domlnguez 18,300 *100 Inglewood 12,300 100 Ventura 37,300 300 Seal Bench 10,900 *300 Midway 48,000 1400 Elwood 12,300*1(00 Kettleman 83,700 400 Del Rey 12,500 »200 All others 112,900 B200 Totals 465,300 8000 •Decrease. The new dally average represents, a considerable decrease under tht» 03,600-barrel dally average ..flow credited to the corresponding week n 1932, and also when compared with .ho 528,600-barrel dally average cred- ted to the same week In 1931. 1WO FIRMS PREPARE IS BIG NAVY CONTRACT LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15.—Hancock OH Company has been awarded a con-" 1 tract to furnish the United States navy with EOO.OOO barrels of.fuel oil at San Pedro, delivery to be completed by June 30, 1933. This Is part of the 1,600,000 barrels of fuel oil found necessary for delivery at San Pedro as nn addition to the requirements called for originally In the 1932-33 fiscal year, occasioned by the Atlantic fleet staying over. It Is expected that when bids for tho 1933-34 fiscal year are called the total requirements for fuel oil through San Pedro will run close to 6,000,000 barrels as against previous requirements of 4,000,000. Two more concerns have begun drilling jobs In Kern county and are hastening work to spud altos. National Petroleum Company has entered the Frultvale field and will sink a well 80 feet south and 120 feet • west from the northeast corner of ot No. 22 on section 21, 29-27. Tejon Mineral Company, under the •direction of B. A. Bender, has constructed rig for a well which will be. spifgded just 300 feet north and 800 ' feet^ast from the southwest corner of section 19, 30-30, in the Bena district east of Bakersfleld. Doyle Petroleum Company has started work for Its Campbell Permit No. 191 at Coal Oil Point in Santa Barbara county. SUFFERS BIG LOSSES Preit Leased Wire} NEW YORK, Feb. ID.—Nevada Consolidated Copper Company, a Kenne- cott subsidiary, had a loss in 1932 of $2,830,945 on the basis of quarterly reports. This was after expenses, ordinary taxes and Inventory adjustment, but before depreciation and depletion. In 1931 the net loss was $1,332,417, before depreciation and depletion. For the December quarter tho net loss was $921,759 against $384,684 In the 1931 period. BUENA VISTA WATER STORAGE DISTRICT Statement of Financial Condition, December 31, 1932. . Assets General Properties and Work in Progress $ 932,307.76 General Equipment.. 2,499.21 Accounts nnd Assessments Receivable 127,081.6: Deferred Charges 406.65 Cash 7,552.11 Total $1,069,847,35 (Note: Assessment No. 1 uncalled, $942,781.11) Liabilities Warrants Payable $ S0,100.4r Vouchers and Accounts Payable 10,346.79 Accrued Interest 3,298.16 Bond Account—6% Issue No. 1 942,731.1: Surplus 33,870.8' Total $1,069,847.35 Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for the Year Ending Decembtr 31, 1932 Balance January 1, 1932 RECEIPTS: Assessments $112,771.02 Interest and Penalties 29.72 $ 40,420.97 112,800.7' DISBURSEMENTS: General Fund: Maintenance and Operation Construction Equipment , Bond Interest .$ 47,488.43 . 13,192.50 142.S9 . 84,845.79 $153,221.71 146,669.6 Balance December 31, 1932 $ 7,552.10 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF KERN—ss: P. A. DUNFORD, being first duly aworn, deposes and says: That he is Treasurer and Assistant Secretary of the BUENA VISTA WATER STORAGE DISTRICT: that It is his duty to have supervision over the Books of Aocoun of the District; and to control the manner in which such books are kept, that he has read the foregoing statement of Financial Condition at December 31, 1932, and Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for the year ending December 31, 19H2, and knows the contents thereof, and that' the same are true of his own knowledge. /P. A. DUNFORD. Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public, In and for the Stato and County above named, this 14th day of February. 1933. (SEAL) February 1C, 22; March 1. ANNA LUMIS (My commission expires March 27, 1936) THE BUNGLE FAMILY Questions By HARRY J. TUTHILL YES I'LL ADMIT THE PAY IS BIS BUT SO IS THE SUBJECT. MUGG'S IDEA....OUR.S, IS TO SOfVT OF RUN A FREE REPAIR SHOP FOR BUSTED WEDDING BELLS. FOR RBNT— 2-roora furnlihed coltige, with KH rage. Witer pild. Uie ot phone, llcnt (12. Phone «01-W. 2016 Forrett. WELL I MADE A LITTLE PROGRESS TODAY IN UNDERSTANDING HIS IDEAS BECAUSE HE DIDN'T EXPLAIN THEM AS OFTEN AS HE DID THE LAST FEW DAYS. GEORGE YOU LOOK TIRED. ALL DAY T KEPT THINKING ABOUT THAT MAN WHO'S PAYING YOU SUCH A LARGE SALARY FOR JUST NOTHING. THE WHOLE THING, SEEMS SO DIPPY. ESPECIALLY PAYING YOU 4300 A WEEK. IMAGINE 1 WELL GEORGE, TO BE PERFECTLY FRANK ABOUT IT I SUPPOSE THAT AFTER. A PERSON GOT OVER. THINKING ABOUT THE BIG SALARY, ALL THE REST OF IT WOULD , SEEM. . WELL, PARTLY REASONABLE] .TOO. r THE CHIEF'S IDEA IS TO GET MARRIED PEOPLE WHO HAVE DISAGREED, t TOGETHER. AGAIN. THAT PART OF IT \ SOUNDS ALL RIGHT I BUT HOW WOULD / THAT NOTION WORK WITH A MAN LIKE THIS MR.MUGG, WHO HAS HAD SIX OR SEVEN WIVES THAT'S RIGHT. I DIDN'T THINK OF THAT. WELU JO, THAT'S ONE OF THE REASONS I WAS HIRED. MATRIMONIALLY SPEAK ING I DON'T HAVE TO TELL QUESTIONERS THAT T CAN'T SAY ANYTHING UNTIL I'VE TALKED WITH MY UWYER. Oil Agreements It. "W. Edmlston et ux to George F. Getty, Incorporated. — Lease covering northeast quarter section 20, 25-21, dated January 12, 1933; to start drtll- ng within two years, with option to extend time of drilling additional two years by paying to lessor $4 per acre jer year; one-eighth royalty. Oscar Fry et ux to C. C. Lewis.— Assignment interest in oil lease as to southwest quarter of southeast quar- ler of southeast quarter section 27, 10-14; assigned to Mary F. Hagen- DUck. Same to same — Same as to southeast quarter of southeast quarter of southeast quarter of southeast quarter seo- » tion 27, 10-14; assigned to same as above. Christian Twlsselmann et ux and Frederick Twlsselmann et ux to Rio Grande Oil Company. — Oil lease dated • November 10, 1932, one-eighth royalty, one month drilling clause; extension to 6 years at $100 per, month, lots 11, 12, 18 and 19, section 7, 27-19. Same to same. — Oil lease dated December 5, 1932, one-eighth royalty, one month drilling clause; extension to 5 years at $100 per month, lots 3, 4, 6. 6, section 18-27-19. Operators Realty and Producing Company to Philip J. Kramer.— One- fifteenth of 1 per cent Interest In minerals produced from north half of north half of southeast quarter and north half of northeast quarter of southwest quarter of section 36, 27-20, also property out of county. George F. Getty, Incorporated, to Black Arrow Oil Company.— Quitclaim to northwest quarter of southeast quarter, section 34, 26-22. Same to n. W. Edmlston et ux.— Quitclaim to northeast quarter, sec- , tlon 20, 25-21; dated January ], 193S. ii Complete Gas Well in Saugus District* LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15.—Wllletts Oil Company's wildcat well. Walker No. 1, being drilled by John Sandberg, in Dry canyon northeast of Saugus, blew In over the week-end from a depth of 1900 feet making mud, water and a trace of oil, field reports Indicated. Gas flow was estimated from 3,000,000 to 10,000,000 cubic feet Th« water is a trifle salty, the field reports added. Finish Nears for Coffee Canyon Job Petroleum Securities Company probably will complete its lone driller at Coffee Canyon soon. The well is Coffee No. 4 on section 1, 28-28 and has been-sent to a depth of about 1600 feet. On section 6, 28-28, the Coffee Oil Company's third project, sunk to completion point at 1845 feet, has not* been turned into a commercial producer yet. Associated Coring: at Lost Hills Job After w««k« of offort, the) Atioolated Oil Company hai shut off tho water successfully In Its Williamson No, 1 well on section 2, 26-20 at Lost Hill*, and today was drilling ahead again near 2000 feet. Four r«c«mentlng Job* ware required to hold the high pressure water zone flow enoounttrsd when the 22-Inch casing was sst at the total depth mirk of 1994 feat. TRAPPER FROZEN TO DEATH WRANQELL,, Alaska, Feb. 15.- (U. P.)—The frozen body of Albert Ras- rnussen, 21, trapped, whose home wa» in Oxford, Ind., was found today near a battered eklff at Cape Poll. H» had been mlpslng for a month on a' trapping expedition.

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