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LINER ADVERTISEMENTS
[Under this head advertisements will be pub
lished at the rate of 3o words or less for 25 cents
a week or $1 a month.]
Stallion for sale, English Shire, 4
years old, height about 16 hands, gen
tle and well broken. Enquire of E.
Hauck at Varneys' store.
For Sai<K— 2 sets harness, one 2#
Moline wagon, 1 spring wagon, or ex
change for span horses. Jones & Lin,
»ey at Eastside dam.
Feed and seed barley at lowest pri
ces.
Imphriai, Farmers Storb.
For Sale: -Native grown palm trees,
ornamental varieties. Address or call
on F. G. Havens, Silsbee, Cal.
FOR SALE— Millet hay, in stack, $6
per ton; Barley hay, baled, $12.50;
(■>y 2 miles south of Imperial on Date
lateral. R. H. Clark.
For Sale— At Perry Bros, midway
between Imperial and Calexico, Good
Sorghum Hay, B.irley Hay, Mund's
Wonder Seed, Mammoth Sunflower
Seed. Full blood Poland China Boars*
Sorghum Hay — Finest quality sor
ghum hay bound in bundles, fur sale
on premises, four miles south of Im
perial. Inquire on premises or of E.
E. Foster, or R. D. McPherrin.
I will have 200.000 rooted Muscats
and Sultana vines here about the Ist
of March. 10,000 will be for sale at
$2.50 per hundred or $12.00 per 1000.
Address J. W. L/indsay, or leave or
ders with Edgar Bros.
For Sai^r — Half section of choice
land, good location, five miles from
Imperial. In cultivation, one-thiid of
4 crop on place goes with the laiid.. Price
$18 per acre. Apply to
Merkil & Cij»ji in,
Impel :al Cal.
Notice to Taxpayers.
1
"All taxpayers are required by the
constitution to annually make and de
liver to the assessor a statement, un
der oath, setting forth specifically all
real and personal property, owned by
such person, or in his possession, or
under his control, at twelve o'clock,
meridian, on the tir&t Monday in
March." r
The above is the law regarding taxes
and as the assessor is now in the val
ley, he wishes ihat every taxpayer
would make out a list of his taxable
property, and be ready to u*iy such
taxes when he calls upon you, as he
will soon do. Do not overloot this, as
it causes an endless lot of trouble, and
the assessor asks that you oe ready to
pay same when he calls.
J. D. Rush,
County Assessor.
C. B. AtIEN, Deputy Co. Assessor.
Prosperous Times at Coachella.
The new school house at Coachella
was formally opened last week Mon
day with interesting and patriotic.ser
vices. At 2:30 in the afternoon, the
citizens of Coachella and adjacent
vicinity assembled in the new building
and were met by Miss Hattie A. Ward,
the principal, and pupils. Miss Ward,
in a most gracetul manner spoke of
the occasion of the day and invited
the audience out on the campus to
witness the raising of "Old Glory" in
honor and celebration of the immortal
Washington.
The flag was hoisted by four of the
pupils, while the school and audience
sang "The Star Spangled Banner,"
led by Mr. Geo. Poore, one of the
school trustees. As the flag floated
proudly upon the desert breeze, Miss
Ward led in the salute to the flag, using
IMPERIAL PRESS
the beautiful words of that matchless
and patriotic woman, Mrs. Daniel
Lathrop, who is the founder and pres
ident-general of the society known as
"The Children of the American Rev
olution." This was followed by the
singing of "Red, White and Blue,"
and f 'Hail Columbia." after which the
assemblage repaired to the school
building and held an informal recep
tion. Miss Ward was the mistress of
ceremonies and was well worthy of
that position, she being the lineal de
scendant of General Joseph Warren,
the hero of Bunker Hill.
Judge Havens was holding court
here Monday.
A tine line of summer millinery just
received at Mrs. Briggs'. Go early.
Varney Bros, are having 1 , a cellar
dug at the rear of their storehouse.
Mrs. H. White returned the first of
this week from Los Angeles where
she went to order a new line of dry
goods and millinery.
Mr. Mitchell, of the firm of Mitchell
& Holinan, returned lust Saturday
from L/OS Angeles, where he went to
order a new and complete, line of
furniture.
" v
The Leading Pa^er of
the Pacific Coast,
The San FrarriF^o
Chronicle
The Weekly Chronicle
The very best weekly News-
paper published in the entire
West.
$1.50 a Year
Including post ace to any pu ' of tbi
United States, Canada and Mexico.
It is best becjuf-i'e. besides
printing all the news of the
world each \v?ck in an inter- .
esting way and fully i'lustrat
ing many articles, it has spe-
cial departments devoted to —
Agriculture —
Horticu'' "re-
Poultry-- "<■
Live Stock-
Mining—
Literature— \
Fashions—
and Sports.
These are presided over In
editors having a, thoro-'qh
knowledge of their specia'ties
The pages : devoted to Agri-
culture, Horticulture. Poultry
and Live Stock are well illus-
trated and rilled with matter
of the greatest interest to
all engaged in these indus-
tries, every line being written
by those who are in c!o-e
touch with conditions prevail-
ing on this Coast.
SEND FOR A SAMPLE
COPY. It will be sent free
Do you want the
Chronicle
Reversb c
Map?
Showing the United States,
Dominion of Cai.ada and
Northern Mexico
ON ONE SIDE.
Map of the World
ON THE OTHER SIDE.
Send $2 and get the Map
and "Weekly Chronicle" for
one year, postage prepaid on
Map and Paper.
The Daisy,
By Mull. Potto?* P»td.
Only $7.80 a Year.
Address
M. H. de YOUNG,
Proprietor.
"San Vraiiclm-o Chronicle."
San Francisco Cal.
CIRCULATION DKPAUTMENT.
Church Announcements
On Sunday, March Ist services
will be held in the Imperial chutch as
follows:
10 a. in. Bible school for young and
old. Review lesson.
11 a. m. Regular preaching service
with sermon by the pastor.
6:30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. meeting.
7:30 p.m. Song service followed by
a brief address by the pastor.
RocKy's Poflis
Tormentor^azzz^,
Is a richly bred American Jersey
Cattle Club Bull and individually a
splendid specimen of his line of breed-
ing. Owned by H. McKusick and
kep.t at his farm 8 miles south, }£ mite
east of Imperial.
The Blickensderfer
Tl/nPU/ritPP Light, Com-
IJPCW I 11131 pact, Durable.
The least expensive machine
on the market to maintain.
Guaranteed to do any class
of work. Prices $40 to $50.
Agents for So. California and Arizona
f RED C. METCALF & CO.
219 W. First St., Los Angeles
This machine is used by the Ed. of
this paper.
Grape Vines For Sale.
Seven «il thousand Grape Vines
and Peach trees for salf. .•
Palms, and we make a spec-
ialty of Pepper seeds and
Berry Plants. Send for cata- •
logue. Address
Jurupa Nursery Company
tf4l RIVERSIDE. CAL.
Brick
Brick
If you want. brick, let us figure
with 3'ou.
It means money
to you
For prices, figures and estimates
call on
■ ■
C. J. SCHENCK,
Cor. Seventh Street and Imperial Aye.
Imperial Brick and
Material Company
Notice of Removal of Principal Place
of Business.
Notice is hereby given persuant to a
resolution of the Board of Directors of
Imperial water Company No. 1 of the
removal of the principal plabe of busi-
ness of said Imperial Water Ctnipany
No. 1, from the City of Los Angeles,
County of Los Angeles, State of Cali-
fornia to the town of Imperial, County
of San Diego, State of California.
IMPERIAL WATER COMPANY
NO. 1.
By K. D. McPhrrkin,
Secretary.
224Stowell Block, L«os Angeles, Cali.
Coming*
"Cocopah
Minstrels"
Keep your eye on this
Ad from week to week.
It's $ $ in ycur pocket.
160 acres* 1 mile from Imperial,
$18 per acre.
160 acres, 135 shares water stock,
plenty wood, fine land $2300.
160 acres, 80 shares water stock,
plenty wood, fine land $1360
640 iicres 2 miles from Imperial,
partly improved, $20 per acre.
320 acres 5 miles from Imperial
considerable improvements,
$18 per acre.
700 acres, 4 miles from Imperial,
smooth and soft, $13.50 per
acre.
Each of above pieces on easy
terms.
Write for terms and SNAPS
T. P. BANTA
Real Estate agent and Notary
Public. Imperial, Cal. ,
W. J. MITCHELL
Practical Watch flaker
Opposite Hotel Imperial
Imperial Farmers
Can get meals at all hours. of
thedayatthe Green Front
Restaurant.
Walter Evans, Prop.
d. H: bIETRICK
JEWELER '^^k^^
AND OPTICIAN I ■ flBsS»fife. ■
Spectacles and €pc Glasses
fitted Scientifically
Wusical Instruments Repaired
Guitar and Violin Strings
Imperial
Telephone
Company
Offices at
Imperial
Calexico
Flowingwell
Messag-es sent to or receivedi ved
from any part of the world
TELEPHONES
FOR RENT
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