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Bakersfield Daily Californian Newspaper Archives May 23 1902, Page 5

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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - May 23, 1902, Bakersfield, California The daily California May 23 1902. Louis Clar merchant tailor h Street Kern City California. Just received a Large assortment of men s summer pants and suiting in striped Check and Plain patterns. I am capable of making suits to order from $20 up Here in shop. The Sams suit will Cost in Bakersfield not less than $30. Suits washed and pressed $2. Pants washed and pressed 75 cents. Please Call on me see goods and compare with Bakersfield tailors Stock and i am sure you will prefer to leave order with me before you give same to somebody else. Please Call on me for anything in the tailoring line. Respectfully l. Clar merchant tailor. \ Kern Cit i sect,0n a plying the Hose election to be Helo on monday Pauly the a. M. Polls will remain open from 0 to 5 p. In. Did you try a Bevans Ginger Beer highball if not try one. Of list your property with Frank h Stanley real estate and insurance agent office with f. G. Colton 1613 eighteenth Street. 248 a copy sift amp to Climo the ladder of life the saving habit is of the greatest assistance. It is the foundation of Success. Itself. Put aside some of your savings every week and it will grow As your Steps mount upward so that when your Opportunity presents itself capital will be at your disposal. The first Bank of Kern accepts deposits in amounts of $5 and upwards and pays 4 per cent interest on savings and time accounts. Names of the officers selected and the location of polling places. Electro dental Parlours. R. E. Smith. O o. S. Proprietor these Parlours Are a Branch of the electro dental Parlours of bae Ramento established three years one of the largest and Hest equipped dental Oft is cd the coast Anc Are located Here permanent let. All work Gua Raulea Ai Ore half the regular prices charged by other dentist. A tracts filled crowned acidi�wor4 full upper or lower Platea Bridge work i per tooth. Our prices $10 Gold crowns 22 Karat. $6 $6 Gold fillings. $2 add i cleaning. .50c Silver fillings the election to decide whether the Bernard addition on the North is to be incorporated into the town of Kern will be held next monday. Three polling places have been established one at a. W. Marion a office on Kern Between h and i one at Library Hall and one at a Booth to be erected three Hundred feet North of the City limits on Baker Street. At the first named place the officers selected to serve Are inspectors George Carlock and p. Lambert. Judges a. Sart iat and Anselmo Herrera. Clerks Andrew Olcese and j. F. Dugan. Ballot clerks a. N. Harbaugh and Jean Eyraud. At the second inspectors a. T. Williams and a. W. Snider. Judges of. M. Noriega Ami b. H Wilcox. Clerks Charles Whitaker and Geo. Kaar ballot clerks a. Spurlin and e. L major. At the third inspectors a. Mull and t. W. Jaynes. Judges a. G. Hutchings and John Mccaffrey. Ballot clerks a. Libby and l. G. To add to hotel. F. M. Noriega has ordered plans to he prepared for an addition to the Iberia hotel which will increase the Ca parity of the i use Twenty rooms. The addition will be built on the East Side of the present building and will occupy the vacant Corner at the intersection of Kern and i streets. L. V Olcese has returned from san Francisco. A a in for a Cool drink of Rainier Beer Call at Wilson amp Carlson a. Of a a a gents suits cleaned and repaired $2. Pants. 75c. Ladles dresses cleaned i and repaired. Dressmaking. Mrs Della Moore 615 i Street. Kern. Of one Day last week 163 car loads of Oil were hauled out of the Kern River Fields Between the hours of 6 a. In. And 8 p. In. With effect. It is i animate in be Rug oust Ive of the it on. Observe the activity in our store bes clays. Every one looking to r something in Lawn and Garden tools Aud implements. We Tan Supply anything in i Bat Hoe. George Bullock Barbara to Day. Is up from Santa a dance will to Given saturday evening at Library Hall by the Kern darning club. 244 a a a after next monday the butchers of each town Are to be left to their respective Fields by agreement among themselves. I i i Hose reels Hose Lawn mowers springing apparatus. At exceeding Low prices. Every article warranted As represented. We find it is the Wisest plan. A. Weill. >424-1428 nineteenth St. Painless extraction by electricity a .50 cents. No charge for extracting when plates Are ordered Roo Job to and la. Niederau r blk i4i2 loth 51. Consultation free a Telephone Bleck 78. Wilson amp Carlson have received a Large invoice of the celebrated Rainier Beer. Of wee William Luce has gone to Visalia on a Short visit. 4--i�?iimh4mh,i,,4>,h-hi4�?oh, 4,i44m 141 j Tom of Brien prop. Ben 8111, mgr. J j i a Cut a front around the City 11-,. J1-------------------_---- a i i up 44 i 1 a $75,000 d will a e e red the Aret year by those we have placed to position this year. Their second years salary will be Over Lluu too. Of Esno to it full course $60 on 12h� Market St. 8an fran Deco a an Francisco business College. C. E. Howard. Manage will unveil the statue tomorrow by the californians leased wire Washington May 23.�?to-day�?Ts official ceremonies preliminary to Tho unveiling of the Rochambeau statue to Morrow entered at Annapolis where a distinguished party including president Roosevelt members of his Cabinet the entire French delegation sent to this country to participate in the ceremonies the French embassy and High representatives of the United states army and Navy attended a luncheon aboard the Galois. Those who made the trip to Annapolis went in two sections. The Rochambeau delegation went first in a special car attached to the regular train Over the Pennsylvania rail Aorl that pulled out at j 30 this morning. In the party besides the distinguished French visitors were the attaches of the embassy assistant Secretary of Stato Pierce general Miles. Admiral Dewey Admiral Taylor or. Gourd president of the French chamber of Commerce general Horace Porter the United states ambassador to Paris and a number of la lies attached to the party the second Section left an hour later Over Tho Pennsylvania Road in a special train. It included the Prest Dent ambassador and Madame a Ambon. Mibs Alice , miss Ca Rew Secretary Moody Secretary Root or. Cortelyou or. Rixey mrs. Senator Lodge colonel Bingham lieutenant commander Winslow and represent killed and injured in trolley Wrech by the californians leased wire Easton pa., May 23.�?two men were killed and Many men and women injured Iii a trolley wreck a few Miles beyond Easton at Midnight last night. The dead. Edward Commodore of Nazareth Joseph let. Hammer Easton. An Easton and Nasan ii train left this City shortly before Midnight carrying eighty nine passengers. On a Steep Hill Iii Palmer township the brakes refused to work and the car ran away descending the incline at a terrific Speed. At the foot of the Hill. On a Sharp curve the car jump track and fell on its Side. Duncan Ferguson of Havilah is in Bakersfield to Day. Sunday excursions san Joaouin Valley Southern Pacific co com mencing sunday May Lith and every sunday thereafter until september 28. Round trip tickets will be sold to All Points North of Bakersfield at rate of one fare and a fifth when regular rate does not exceed $3.00. Good Only on Day of Sale. Of there will be a Basket social and Chicken supper at the second Baptist i Church Corner of thirteenth and p streets on saturday night May 24th, j admission will be free and supper and ice Cream will be sold. Special rates to Merced account be View of sixth regiment n. G. C. By governor Gage Friday May 23, 1902. Round trip tickets via Southern Pacific will be Soi l for $6.40, co ii on trains arriving Merced May 23 return limit May 24. Of drink b. B. B. Of we will continue to make photos a or Icen ii i 1 Davis longer. New gallery Over a shoe store. 249 decoration Day is approaching and now is the time to remember the dead. See b. K. Stone for Tomb stones. 1673 Chester Avenue. To Eastman a Kodak and photo sup lies at Baers drug store. Of drink b. B. B. Of the woman a club will give one of its enjoyable card parties this evening at their Hall Corner sixteenth and h streets. All members of the club and their friends Are cordially invited to he present. Drink la b. B. Of get your poultry at the Pioneer mercantile co., 17w2 Chester Avenue Tel. Black 267. Or miss Pearl Horn daughter of Rev. J. W. Horn has returned from Stanford University where she has been attending school the past term. Eastman a Kodak and photo supplies at Baers drug Blore. Of the revival meeting conducted by Rev. J. W. Horn at Greenfield school House has been quite a Success. Several singers and other Church workers have gone out at night. There were several conversions wednesday night and also thursday night. The Bon Bon has the choicest candies in the City. Try them and be convinced. Of or. 8. F. Smith has removed his office from the Galtes Block to 2029 Chester Avenue. Telephone office and residence red 349. If for ice Cream and fruit ices go to the finest place in Bakersfield. Choicest a 9 wines liquors and cigars ii no. 1316 nineteenth Street. An. In men foible enemy to wealth to organize masonic Lodge. Efforts Are being made to organize masonic Lodge in Kern City and if i Tho Iii re is no Bitch in the i on crusade against signs. I by the californians leased wire san Diego May 23. A against Sigi Ness House among Mer in Cai win Basin arum in front of bristling consternation nits Here. An old Ordi a a urn grilled which if result in the disappear will be ii. The i advised of Tho lug last nigh forty and aft affiliated or a a distance an i Estall Lee in a dings h i n a id was at Hon Bon i Sweet Quisle and j have a treat on m off att will Rende gems in sacred s will Ibi ill your ii of a .�?�vv.-Avvvvwv, oratorical skill to sacred lines. Mrs. R Many or the in re my and mrs. Smith arts and reach Tho Means bad air Ami whether it conies from the Low lands Aud marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and Drain Pip s of the cities and towns its effect upon the human system is the Beme. These Luios Phenic poisons Are breathed into the in and taken up by tile blood and the foundation of some Long illness is Laid. Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and brei kidney troubles jaundice and bilious Ness Are frequently Doe to Itiat enviable foe malaria. Noxious phases and unhealthy matter col1 i in Tim because the liver and kidneys fail to act and Are pouter into the blood car rent until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons lit. I Quot by. In tin the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers Aud indolent Char k r appear depth Ting the system the germs and poisons that so oppress and w the life it Viny properties of the blood rendering be overt one and Carrier out of the system Indol it get rid Ila Ain dry Siny in path rigs. You v to aliment in a member the body is invite Ibi your la. Is try a s arc son i i Hui gain i re wit la h an soon and Tai i sat 1 almost Partick files Glt Nard. Shot sweetheart then himself its fleets. S. S. S. Docs this and Pic Bange in the blood r aching rating them to vigorous Lopo it. Not Only purifying and tile general health Imp increases a most from the ii lot rinse. There is no \ or other min 1 ii in s. S. S. It is strictly and Calif writ us about your Case cud our physician1 their advice to regain your health. Hook on b tue a i it Apex <3 Virv a Lite 1 value i Torii the the in. Be a. A Klyop a by. Pm j min. 1, 1 1. It a out of an free. Flood life itself. Rid destroy ten must in Hope to is an it Titi re a s. 8. S. Properties in appetite a i Ai Siwic 1 Undy in you by into co. Ii Liti in c by to a end id. Leased Ising to it Tom wok i in /

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