Bakersfield Daily Californian in Bakersfield, California 17 Feb 1892
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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - February 17, 1892, Bakersfield, California
A Ltd a it i a Follas by w a i Pollasky is located on the Banks of the san Joaquin and tributary to it is a Large area of Grain and fruit lands and the inexhaustible Timber and Mineral resources of the Sierra nevadas. It is the present terminus of the san Joaquin Valley Railroad 25 Miles Distant from Fresno p0llasky Pollasky the future manufacturing Center of the san Joaquin Valley. A a in by big Aid Resue lots hot of Sale $100 to $500 each. Pollasky buildings now being erected Large depot hotel eight stores. A number of warehouses and dwellings will also be constructed within a Short time. Anions the manufacturing enterprises already Are a Large Sawmill which will employ several Hundred men planing Mill Sash and door factory and other industries Are sure to follow. I 3u a two to Pollasky has the natural advantages which no other town in the san Joaquin a rep \ Alley possesses a cheap Hie being near the Timber Belt an unlimited water Jap i Power and the scenery surrounding is unsurpassed. Indications Are that Pollasky will Haven population of several thousand within twelve month for additional data write to Marcus Pollasky Fresno Cal. A. M. Clark it Tahy re to 13il.tcl to. R. Jameson. miscellaneous. Wholesale commission merchant Coli of Vancer Ami insurance Pili i mix. Anil cultic uptight anti sold. I i u t i do Wllis till of i mix int ii i i Villi in l to tin t to us 0r if to it Rupo Ity inking in Hgt Iii it i Nail Hihn in nut Mic for nun resilient fifty tors of Good Barley Hay for Sale at a bargain. I he rep Iii i a i to in Fresno i aim Natl living Hun ill it a my Fresno Cal Shu Sif to. H. Jameson Oiler at Weill it Aki Thlu i. Fief the Arlington the Ingleside. It la till Milow contractor Ami Minkler estimate. Furnished in application a All lot. Work will ii Civ. . Having taken Possession of the Ingleside formerly Orri pied by til i a to a. A. Thorn i no prepared to furnish tin bust of faille Boal Al lowest prices. Shop us \1> a to run a if him Kern vn1ti-\ i Mil. Bakersfield Cal. Arr Ommodt Ion tora Tow Niovi gelt t lenten i la full la the. . in f anti r Bakersfield Cal., under new management. Vitrop Bajur plan guests entertained of Hie american Pird if so desired. Lindsey hotel Sumner Cai fornia. Wood Wood g. C. Shepard Ami Isican plan. Booms single or in suite. Perfect in All its appointments banquets and private winners served at Short notice. Lilt or i i Nill aloud m loll Iii Lim in Quot i ii Muhi Lili Ihu Quot tin Molali Quot till Hie in Al in Market n is prepared to furnish parties desiring Wood in Largo quantities at very close figures. John c. Morrison. Prop. Single room 50 cts. Special contracts made. A Oun c. Morrison prop. 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Families supplied at lowest prices order to nil parts of the Cliv lilt Hok of a general m e r c h a n i i s i wines Eilt i t tors Lite. A Limner. Kern county California every this it new. Chest Kun Avenue and eighteenth Street Ballora Fielt. Cal. We take pleasure in Liat we have finished opening our Imi Raenee j tonally selected Stork of goodly comprising tin following Complete lines ladies Staple and fancy provision wince and liquors imported and Domestic int Arcoe cigars and cigarettes in All popular brands Shell and builders hardware til. Ware Granite and Agate Ware Anna and ammunition or Oclery and glassware wooden and Willow Are paint oils drugs and Patent medicines gents youth and childrens clothing in the latest styles gents Aud childrens boots and shots ladies and misses let oots shoe and slippers in All Tho newest Miles in goods fancy goods and notions ladies dress goods in All the new and seasonable fabrics gents furnishing goods hats and Caps of the newest styles. We always keel on hand a full Stock of supplies for stockmen Stu n As Al ech Salt of All Kinus. Sheep dips so Pkim so a its Wool Raus to Ink. I t. To it eople living at a distance we would say that our facilities for snipping goo. S by rail Are unequalled by any other House in the county. Our goods Are shipped u us by the Carload. Our warehouses ars in the closest proximity to the do not. It any order can lie shipped at the shortest notice Aud without extra charge for dial age and handling. A Mia in a. I. a Wool. Rev a Norck Ai Hio mkt Katkus. Tolop lion too. Call Aud 6or Xum
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