Bakersfield Morning Echo in Bakersfield, California
30 Apr 1902

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30 Apr 1902

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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - April 30, 1902, Bakersfield, California The m0rn1n� Echo Bakersfield California Wel mesday Aziul 30, 1002. He Tes of a Farmer some valuable and practical ideas i written for us no. Ill a notifier to Ali iii 1 would cull a he attention of the Kern county Fanner h if feeding of too Jnue coarse proven Quot 1er. This is it specially True of the Dairy v it Eresly at the prices Liat live pre roiled for Hay during the past season it a docs not pay to feed too much of it in the rough. There is no Economy in stuff big an animal with coarse dry food. To a let the Best results from a Given amount Lof Liay it should be run through a feed Hutter and then mixed with a Good a Uon it f Bari. It is a much better Way than to feed either of Vliem separately. Hay and i Ain fed in this Way will go at least one third further and the results Are soon i old in the increased Low of milk and the Kiniry returns front the Ere Nunery. The a having is not Only in he provender alone luit in the better condition of. The Stock. Dicy Waslo none of the feed eating it up a loan to the last Mouthful. It is More easily digested and consequently you have i healthy animal for it that Over aids digestion aids to give health to the cow and purity to the milk. A Good feed Cutter Chin l c bought for $10.00 and upwards a. Cording to size and capacity however i would advise no one to buy a Cutter without also providing a Means to run it by Power As the Lawr of cutting enough feed by hand daily for half a dozen head of cattle would be Apt to discourage the Moat enthusiastic Dairy Mai. The writer has used a feed Cutter for several years and the results have been quite Satis fac Joiy. Of course the and voc y of the feed Cutter an adjunct of the Dairy farm opens up the whole question of ens Ilage and the silo. It would perhaps be difficult to interest the Small Dairy Man in anything involving so much <? As a silo in this locality for several reasons. One of the objections that would be Oil cred is that we have a great Deal of Green feed during the Winter thus obviating one of the purposes of the silo in those sections where they Are most generally in use. Still the fact remains that we do feed enough dry feed Here to justify the use of the silo at least a iii Jong those who have Large herds. Our conditions for Dairying Are almost Ideal and we Are inclined to be indifferent to min in things that on an Eastern Dairy farm Are to Garden As essential to Success. With our system of in ligation and the Possi Lity of forcing the growth of Green food As we can it seems As though we were neglecting our Opportunity if we do not grow from ton to fifteen tons of some kind of ens Ilage to the acre. It is done in other localities and we ought to do it Here. We Are rapidly acc Omilig a Dairy Section As the Small Farmers Are recovering from their first �11 advised venture in fruit growing in a Section not adapted to i iii in a commercial sense they arc More and More turning their attention to faithful old Quot Bossy Quot to help pull them out of the Hole and she is responding most satisfactorily. I have yet to meet the first Man who giving faithful and careful attention to the business who is not Well satisfied with the results. It is reasonable to Hope that As we Progress along this Lino that we will More fully realize to. Need of i rising More feed to the acre to the end that we May carry More cows to the acre then perhaps the question of greater Economy in the manner of feeding will receive More intelligent study than it has As yet. Perhaps next to the feed Cuttic As utensils acc Essiy to the Best operation of the Dairy is the milk cooler and hand separator they ought to be an adjunct of every Well regulated Dairy but i have not space in his article to speak More at length of them. A wide awake Dairy Man will keep himself informed of the latest and tools for his business and Supply Thorn As fast As his Means will permit. H. Fourth division. Marsial f. G. Munzer and aides. Jle Cantile and Industrial floats. Fifth division. Marsh do and aides. Decorated carriages. Sixth division. Marshal Earl Doherty. Bicycles and floats. Possibly cow boy division. A budget of Olenn View news special correspondence of the Quot Echo Glenn Alle april 28.�?mr. And mrs. W. C. Doub visited Glennville Friday and saturday. Mrs d. Lavers of san Francisco is visiting relatives at Glennville. One of the principal events of the week was the school picnic last saturday. About forty of the children and their parents went up to the milk ranch. A pleasant time was enjoy cd by All. A for. Lutz visited friends at Glennville during the week. Mrs. Maxwell of san Francisco is visiting her brother or. Tucker. A very pleasant evening was passed saturday night at the residence of or. W. Boen. A in under of Young peo Jile were present and the evening was spent in music and dancing. Mrs. A. Boen and children Etui Ned from san Francisco last week. Mrs. Aston and mrs. Mcintosh arc visiting relatives Here. Lee Pascoe s daughter Eva is quite ill at her Home on the Bakersfield Road. She has been sick for some time bit seems to to improving Booths to be Eric cd Mccall s patterns Mccall s magazines always the bests always the newest today s worthy offers Brilliant bargain. For wednesday that will bring every Thrifty economical woman to Hochl Reinier so a tempting array of specials to make Poitr preparations for the carnival lighter on your purses. Boys 25c Topsy Quot Hose 16c hell need eni for he carnival heavy ribbed fast Black Lou lilo heels and toes triple Knees Evy . Hig Ulyir Picicc 2o a pair today Kic pair. 15c India Linen he thirty two inches wide an extra Ino qualify. In c Grade today for lie a Yard. Regular boys Wash uits 50c pretty Blue and White striped Percale Sailor suits Large dark Blue Sailor collars to inuit d with White braid. Another of those at tic a suit is made of Jer Maui in Linen color with White stripes Large reds Ailor Collar. Then there is a line Plain Linen i Ash suits with White pique Sailor collars they Wash Well too Price Only 50c a suit 85c table damask 48c Fine Linen damask in various patterns including the California poppy and scrolls and figures 64 inches wide. Regular 800 Quality today for 48c a Yard. Same in 02-Inch widths regular Grade 42c a Yard. 50c napkins 34c dozen Good Quality fringed napkins with coloured Border j size kilo. Regular Ioc napkins 34e Wash suits 75c Good Linen crash suits Blouse waists with Blue Sailor collars nicely trimmed with White braid. There Are Many others bore for you to select from priced up to .1 2.50 a to decorate Strong durable tissues in the carnival colors for or Interior decorations. Festoon ing ii Yard stars Fie eat i wreaths 15c each plumes 25c cach the carnival opens saturday Brief Rasome of the fight Days program Manor it the Floral Parade next tap Stag Nival by the largest vote Ever polled in California. She will preside Over a court of fifty persons. A Coronation Ball in Hin Honor will to Given monday night in the armory. Hall. Of course there will be the usual Midway of some Twenty first Elass refined shows including a wheel fifty feet High haunted swing famous painting of Cleopatra which was exhibited at the pan american exposition electric theater la t., the fire dancer and shows of a similar character. The committee have positively refused to permit any or anything of a or vulgar nature in the Bakersfield Midway. This stand will meet with the approval of All rps eatable persons. Railways Mill give very Low rates to and from Bakersfield. In addition to the Booths to be erected on the streets previously announced in these columns the following have secured space for Booths Dinkelspiel bros., eed Liek bros., and bloc Rheinier amp co., who will erect hand hot me Booths on Chester Avenue near the Bank of Bakersfield building. George Mcl. Bevan will erect a in both All in White in which he will display Puritan water. The land company will have a Liand Sonio Booth on Chester Avenue in front of the Southern hotel. The Cudahy packing company of Angeles will have a Booth on Chester Avenue in front of 15aer s drug store. There will be other exhibitions in addition to those named above and also previously announced. If you paper to hang go to. We also sell paints oils Glass window shades f and pie Tiue moulding i on Short notice and at lowest rates. Phone Black 711. Northwest Cornor twentieth and i str ets. A a a a a a a a a. 4 it it i a our bulletin Board. I. A a a a saturday play 3, to saturday a May 10�?Bakersfield free St Reet a carnival. Quot it a it a a if a a a it i it if a let it it into is head., the Bakersfield free Street carnival a will open promptly on time saturday Alay 3d, with Evvy Promise of its being a i eat Success. To o bands have been secured Viz the City guard band of san Jii ego and the military hand of Felt silo. Both bands have Twenty live inns Evans Ami will play during the entire a special features my h1 by Ibe committee will be the Tarsi api Tourance in the san Loai Uin Valley of a novel act known As the Cycle whirl. A free vaudeville performance consisting of a Nunier of acrobatic and Aerial acts wive walking etc., will be Given each afternoon Anil night on a stage in front of the Quien s throne and across the Street from Quot the Brand stand which will seat twelve Hundred it soph. All performances Parados Booths Oil exhibits etc., Are Given entirely on the streets of Baker shield forming As it were a St Toet fair and carnival combined. I he panicles will consist of juvenile and child s a Laredo with Little floats on which will be characters representing is Iother Loose melodies and similar tales of childhood Decora led baby coaches. I cycles bicycles Ami in arching school children. Liis will to Given 011 Wii pairs Day which is tuesday. May filth. The Elk s of Baker shield will it Ivo a circus Parade with Over thirty features such As band wagons cages of anti Euils Honi in chariots floats marching groups of clowns acrobats Side show curo antics and human Calliope. In thursday there will to a Floral and ribbon Arno with entries so far of Over decorated floats. Carriages wagons a us Industrial exhibits. This will be reviewed by the Jineen of the carnival Friday the eagles i dior whose auspices the carnival is being held will have a Parade with live Toals representing the ini Sciples of their order. Friday night May oth will in the Bex Maidi gras Parade accompanied by g. K. Post of bakes Leld and the Fri Vunior will review the military Parade. A Queen has by it on elected for the Carthe Floral Parade the Floral liar add Jike place next thursday and the line of Niameh will be As follows commencing at intersection of ii and twentieth streets thence South to nineteenth Street thence Oast to x Street counter March on nineteenth Street on Chester a Ivr Nice thence South on Chester Avenue i sixteenth Street counter March nil Hester Avenue to twentieth Street thence West to if Street and Dis Viand. To fridges will be announced in a couple of Days it is requested that All those who wish to participate in the Parade to notify the Parade committee so they May be placed in their proper division and be notified of the Street on which they Are to form. The formation of the Parade will be As follows grand , e. A Olgerts mid Dos. Queen and court in Tlemcen s comin Tiee. Ija Dies Quot committee. First d�?�1si0x. .1. >1. Lii Moson and ides. Band. National guards. County Oil Iesals. City of Licals of Bakersfield. City of Licals of Kern. Bakersfield fire department. Sli Conj Dix Mson. Pm Anil aides. Labor organizations. Tell Al division. Marshal ii. I. Hupman. In Riniti corgis. Kern co. No. 5tin. I k. Of p. Infantry and cavalry. K. Of p. Float. Temple of path Bidie Sisters. Odd Kelling s Kincain pinot. Lieb Kahs. Ancient order of u or Khoii. A agree of Honor. Elks. Woodmen of the Rel. Women of woodcraft Lidies of the . Native sons. school trus pcs Sid the City Board of Kuti cation hold an meeting on tuesday evening for general business purposes. The question of dismissing the schools during carnival week was discussed Prin a pal Nelson being present and it was decided that in View of the considerable loss of time sustained by pupils through during the term and the Nec Oscity of extending the term unduly into the hot season to compensate for further loss it would he to close the schools but in lieu the Jirine pal was authorized Toni Squire the attendance of the four upper grades at the earlier hour of 8 o clock in the morning during the carnival season and to dismiss them at two or half two in the afternoon according to his a lung Niento. The janitor of the 11 Street school having tendered his resignation on account of removal from the City the same was and ,1. H. Khan was appointed in his place for the unexpired portion of the term. Certain changes in the work progressing on the Railroad Avenue school wore Agi Eod to anti Bills it vere approved for payment As follows Burcham amp Bliesner balance on tent i Street school $170.150 same for plans etc., t Railroad Avenue school $5,5ii8 1. B. Sway no insurance principal .$20 a. Fairman hauling and burning Brush ii a. Total if7.i2.2s.Evans will succeed Osborn by the associated press Washington april commissioner q pensions Evans was a caller at the White House today and while there the president informed him of the death of William Mckinley Osborne Consul general to London and in an informal manner offered him the vacant position. A a formal Tei Ider of the place was made find none will be As the president wants to pay tiie proper respects to the memory of the dead Consul. Commissioner Evans said he would take the Oft or under Adel Semont but. No doubt be will accept it when it is made in a formal la oddred timers strike by the associated Hellina Montana april 2 a the works of the american smelting and Ile auction company closed Down this morning because of the strike ordered last night by the Millinen and smelter men s Union which Aff Liatos with the Western federation of miners. A the strike was called because the company Refu sed to recognize the Union. Four Hundred men Are out. Of meeting acid Santa Bosa the next place to bold the admission Day . Special trains Are arriving in Angeles from the East with delegates to the Jeneral Federi Ilion of women s clubs. A frs. Robecca Douglas , the president of the general federation arrived yesterday. George Mcfad Doii has been Arri sted in san Francisco Ori a charge of the murder of Chai Les Tucker a Contra Costa county Fai Mer who was found dead Jlon Day afternoon in the hallway of the St. David House. Captain a. Albers of the Steamer deutschland Holland american Lino died of apoplexy yesterday morning in Irani Ihirg . It is believed the stroke of Apo Jiley was brought on by excitement incident to the Accident to his ship. . a. Tevis wife of the Lale Lloyd Tevis died in san Francisco yesterday aged is years. Let stir Bildren survive Here a. S. Tevis or. Harry c. Tevis mrs. Gordon Blanding and mrs. Fred Sharon of Paris i i s. Tevis was one of the wealthiest women in the state. Chron pc cubed. A for ten years t had chronic bronchitis so bad that at times i could not speak above a whisper Quot writes or. Of soph Cottman of Morenci ind. "1 tried All remedies available but with no Success. Fortunately my employer or suggested that i try Foley s Honey and tar. At , died a a a. 4. I. A. A 4 4� news notes. A a a a a a it a a a a it a by the associated press a need Wilhemina s cd edition is much improved. Central Macarthur testified bet Oro the Senate philippine committee yesterday. Live Hundred omit Loyus of the packing in in of iii try a Nevitt amp Libby Chicago have in ii disc barfed owing to a a Dull times William Mckinley Osborne United its Oil acts were almost miraculous and 1 am now cured of the . On my recommendation Many people have used Foley s Honey and tar and always with sat faction. Sold by .1. Hughes. 1 a Chattanooga statement. Robt. J. Miller Jno Praetor of the House drug store of Chattanooga tenn., writes Quot there is More Merit in Foley s Honey and tar than in any other cough syrup. The Calls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell More of it than All other cough remedies Eon opined. Sold by j. A. Pc Torday of Bright s disease. He was a a Oisin of the late president Mckinley. An explosion occurred 011 the submarine boat Quot Hilton at Philadelphia and Tive of the Rcw Woro Sci rely . The explosion is ship posed to have been Cai ised by gasoline. Al he rolling Mili of the Hager Street company Al Madison Illinois was Dosi Royed by Tiro esterday. Loss. í>250,-Noo insurance about half. The fire was i a used by tie explosion of i boiler. To the meeting of the grand parlor of native soils in Santa Cruz yesterday. Dreadful attack of whooping cough. Mrs. Ellen Harrison of Iloo Park ave., Kansas City mo., writes As follows Quot our two children had a severe attack of whooping cough one of them in paroxysm of coughing would often faint and Weed at the nose. We tried everything we heal of with out Relief. We then called in our family doctor who prescribed Foley s Honey and tar. Sith the very first dose they began to improve and we feel that it has saved their refuse by j. A. Hughes. 1 Hughes. 2 Bakersfield was selected is the next place saved Manv a time. Don t neglect Cotugna a nil colds oven if it is Spring. Such of discs often result seriously at this season just because people Are careless. A Doay of one minute cough cure will rein Oval �11 i incr. Absolutely Safe. Acts at once. Sure cure for coughs cold Eio tip grip bronchitis and other Throat and lung troubles Quot i have used one minute cough cure several years Quot says postmaster c. 0. Dawson ban iii. Quot it is the very Best cough Medicine on the Market. It has saved me Many a severe spell of sickness and f warmly recommend the Childs favorite. Kern drug co. Bakersfield drug co. I he Oji ration had been successful and the eminent surgeon bad sent in his Bill. A a a thousand dollars Quot gasped the convalescing patient. Quot to must labor under the delusion that he has been operating i a the Stock 4dve.-Tise in the want column. It pays in t necessary. Every a arson in this co Unity intending to put up a building., As Well every builder in to non knows to can get anything in Best seasoned Luigi Ber of us at Looi prices. Our facility i enable us to Cany a heavy Stock rth ready for in immediate delivery. And Cust mers find us prompt and reliable�?.alway�. Telephone your orders main 24. Union lumber co. Ill it Ion i a petion on May 2n a in Aero dance with the state Law i it i the smile rooms of Zemansky tiros.-, known As Uncle Iki s collateral by iii to. I 0il-u-13 k St to will Seu at Public auction to the highest bidder All our unredeemed pledges consisting of watches diamonds in Ivolin guns pistols clot Liing bicycles and All pledges that have exp ii of. The Public Are invited to. Inspect goods before the Sale no goods reserved. Sale begins at 10 a. M., 2 p. In., and 7 p. Col. Finney Cummings state auctioneers. Advertise in the want columns. . Advertise in the want column. It jays. Advertise in the want column. It pays. T a a sigh ave and 22nd is. X to Lii Toolkit most t for Tabije first class pro vate hotel in thic Val a i terms tier da.v.$1.50 a l a Quot Quot Fyk .,$7 to $10.�z Telephone bed 612 1 a a a a a a a. I a a a 50c 50c a a a want per Weiric 50c 50c a a a a a a j s a

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