Daily Californian in Bakersfield, California
17 Feb 1892

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Daily Californian in Bakersfield, California
17 Feb 1892

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Daily Californian (Newspaper) - February 17, 1892, Bakersfield, California Pollasky is located on the Banks of the san and tributary to it is a Large area of Grain and fruit and the inexhaustible Timber and Mineral resources of the Sierra i it is the present terminus of the san Joaquin Valley 25 Miles Distant from Fresno Pollasky p0llasky the future manufacturing Center of the san Joaquin 01 Sale 8100 to 3500 Pollasky buildings now being Large eight a number of warehouses and dwellings also be constructed within a Short Iii ii tic already Are a Hirsie Lii Eli will Eini Ilov Iii Isreil men Ali ail Dir Ami Oiler in Luries Are ure i h Lieal Ion Are that in Leaky will Leavea i Roll aka Lillic natural tin no lick to Man in Llic san Valley near tic Tiiu Iii an unlimited i and the Emery is Clov Tiv to Marcus r Olio Lisalda Murcia ii i Alii Mill Anil Hunt n u fifty to s of Good Barley Hay for Sale at a v Ulii a i 1ialtil i i h with Kra the Arlington i a k e h s f i e l d c a l the l i i Dolfl i hc1 cont Flor builder Natul mlle ill ill Kali of till All a Wmk will be Scive Busl of table Board at lowest Ion liar m Liili i Iii i i a i i i i Lull Ali Maliu Lindsey Wood Wood Shepard h or reared to furnish parties desiring i til lit i till Iii i 11 lit Iii i i Wood in in rep Quant Lien lit very Clos ii Ini Mlih i i us it in film Loi Titi it to Ninus of Street lint1 South of court 1 single air 1erleel inulin ils a s and Rivale Hii Iners served at lift John get entertained on the american plan if so desire single room 5o special contracts 1011nc James u Tim or 01 qty Exon and drawn Nick lumber in curl Anil Firall he j shakes a Pinili scrvi1 j at All i ii cur Luth its Union meat Market s 11 Kim inti i a Hlozik Nort lint Init h 1 Choice Mutton Salt meats i i Sam kit v Alt i u j or i i ship plus at Hricik Block went it Laud u i 1 j k n m Kai m k re h a n i is i 111 is f i i i i 11 t v Averyt Lisny in Piini mini inn Ghitl have i Risi Lii i in k the ii ii Ili Ami cum y ii Nih w Ilic i in ii i 111 All Jitia Ilir Nln an1 i Iii in Ain Ami Ami put Iii Anil i i Lilius in tin Lillym us Ami i ii i u in 111 Jinil i m i am Iliani i ii i i anew an i Kiy Tinl n Init Ami in Avenue Luis Chi Ulm in nil tin1 m Fui iry hindi ii in Vioti Riih Lilich in Uii tic new Ulm scan time Fud riia it Alk ttys keel on Liam a Lull of fur surn us pm Kkt to living at a Ilic Tare we Winold say that our Furi Littin t rail Are unequal ii any other Honwyt in the our Tooill lire t i us by the our Ware Honwah Are in the Rio Htut proximity to ally any order can Hli Ippel at tie notice Ami without extra charge for Ilav my Anil handling and eighteenth by reel v Ai ii i Klokk us ii Auk

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