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title: 'Imperial press and farmer. (Imperial, San Diego County, Cal.) 1901-1903, March 14, 1903, Page 3, Image 3',
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The Valley News
Mr. H. C. Oakley was down from
Robt. Davis is building a house on
Eighth street near the depot site.
A. H. Friendly, of San Diego, was
in town last Sunday on business
Onion Sets at Varney's Rockyford
Cantalope Seeds in bulk at varney's
The pool and billiard room has open
ed and is enjoying a good patronage.
H. N. Dyke accompanied A. T. Plath
to the city Monday returning Wednes
C. W. Walkem, of Corona, came in
Sunday to look after his "interests in
Rev. J. S. Kline preached an excel
lent sermon in llie church last Sunday
Fok Sai.K — One 2 mule team and
harness. Inquire ol S. 13. Thayer, 8
miles east of Imperial.
Fur the most tip-lo date styles in
Ladies' and Children's hais go to The
R.icket and save money.
The engine on the Imperial and Gulf
has .i bad hab iof being laid up fur
repairs in tin 1 >uop-. at Viiuia.
Mrs. L E. Sr.ick returned fr«>m River
sied last Saturday where she has bi en
t'> the funeral of her mother.
Grfo. P B air, of Maumoh, Ariz.,
was lo >king after his interests in the
valley the first of the week.
A. T. Plath lete t for Los Aiige'eslast
Monday and will be in the California
Hospital for treatment. We- hop.' he
will soon regain his strength.
Sorghum and German Millet seed
for sale at camp of Calexicu Cattle
Company two miles Northwest of Oa
J. W. Slit-ilk
Dr. William E'mendorf returned last
week from a trip to Santa Ana and the
Coast. Doc of course, .said a g >u(\ word
for Imperial. and has awakened consid
erable interest in tins section.
F. O. Luclikey and I. J. Chamber
lain, of North Liberty, lowa, were in
valley ihe first of the week looking fur
a location. They were very favorably
impressed with what they saw.
Rigs of all kinds and saddle horses
for hire at our corral back of sture.
Charges will be made very reasonable
according to time and distance.
Imperial Farmers Store,
W. D. Montgomery, Prop.
Go to Mrs. Briggs' — "The Racket"
for your summer hat. — A competent
and thoroughly practical milliner in
charge. Can make wire frames or
shapes, build or trim you any *hing in
the millinery line from the bottom up.
The surfacing gang on the railr >ad
is busy leveling and surfacing the
track. They are finishing up about a
mile a clay and are now this side of
Brawley. It is confidently expected
that service will be commenced on the
road about the 20th.
Wanted— 9o day options on real
estate. Weexpect toattend the annual
conference of the Dunker church in
Ohio and will briu«- a number of set
tlers back with us. The cheapest and
best go first. Apply or address
Gii^EfT & Vanhorn.
Elsewhere in our columns you will
find a notice trom the county assessor,
in which he requests all persons in the
valley to make out a statement of the
property they own and have it ready
for the deputy assessor, Mr. C. B.
Allen, when he calls for it. It is also
very necessary that you have the
money to pay amount of the tax and
thus avoid an endless amount of trouble
both to yourself and to Mr. Alleu.
While Mr. Allen is in this section it
would be a good plan to pay your poll
C. J. Schenck left last Saturday for
Gila Betid, Arizona, where he has busi
S. 13. Brown was in from San Ber
nardino the la9t of the week with a
party of land seekers from the East.
D. E. Donald and M. Donald were
here from Redlauds the first of the
week looking after their land in the
NoTiCtt— I will do all kinds of laun
dry work, family and otherwise.
Leave your clothes at my house, first
dour South of Press Office.
Mrs. Ollie Redsvine.
James Cuzner, of the Kerchofl-Ctizner
Lumber Company of Los Angeles, and
M. G. E^limaii, of the same place,
were in town on business last Satur
day. They were well pleased with
the business outlook here.
Mr. Albert N. Lantz of San Jose,
Calif., has been in the valley the past
week in view of locating. He feels he
has more than realized his anticipa
tions. He has been a guest at the
Holland and Farnsworthßauch.
Any person having' property of any
kind they wish to dispose of, leave it
with E. W. Harrington, Imperial.
Public Sale every Saturday at lo'clock
p. m., sharp. Gko. F. Moe.
Practical Auctioneer, Imperial, Cal.
The ranchers west ot the range are
happy over an inch of rain which fell
there last week. Here we have plenty
of water and all we have to do to raise
a crop is to prepare the ground and
turn in the water and watch it (the
crop) grow. The crops now growing
in the Imperial valley are looking in
excellent condition and we saw some
new barley hay, loose, which was the
equal of any we have ever seen.
C. O. Downing, of Spokane, Wash.,
was in the valley the most of last week '
looking for a chance to locate. In an
interview with us he said that he had
been in frontier countries every since
he was a boy but that he never saw a
country that offered better induce- j
ments to a homeseeker than did this
valley. He said that the apparent fer
tility of the soil, the permanency of
the water supply, and ease with which
it can be applied to the laud make
it an ideal place for a man to invest
his money and not feel but what he is
running a risk of the water giving out
and losing his investment. He pre-*
diets that the advent of passiiiget ser- ,
service on the railroad will bring a
tremenduous influx of homeseekers
into our town. He also said that all
the Washington people he had seen
whom had been in the valley spoke in |
most glowing terms of its prospects
and that was parcially what induced ,
him to come and investigate for him
self. He says that he found every- 1
thing just as he had been told and if
anything a little better.
Yuma No Longer a (iretna Green
This town has lost a big revenue
which has been a regular and perma
nent thing now for about four years.
The calamity will fall the hardest upon
the justice of the peace and probate
judge, and both are threatening to re
sign — and all because the California
legislature hrs just repealed or amend
ed the divorce law of that state which
has been the means of sending hund
reds of divorces to Yuma to get mar
ried. The old law prohibited divorced
people from marrying in the state
within a year. The law as amended
provides that no decree of divorce shall
be issued for one year from time of
judgment. Of course when the decree
is granted at the end of the year the
divorced parties may marry again as
soon as they like and where they like,
But they dont have to come to Arizona
any more to be spliced— hence Justice
Thurlow's grief.— Yuma Sentinel,
I When You Buyf
$fc Go where you will find the largest assortment %fc
$fe of White Goods. We have the largest as- )fe
sortment of White Goods ever shown in the
% Groceries Always the Cheapest. %
A carload of potatoes just arrived.
*n Choice Oregon Burbanks, Call for prices.
1 Varncy Bros, s
II M C CORMICK f
Machinery is always in the lead. We have a full line of
H'-aders, Binders. Mowers* and Kakes on the road. Come
tit id see us and rest assured the visit will be beneficial
| SPECIAL AGENTS |
*3k For the only real Frt'snn Scraper. American field and £^
a H"»f, r Fence. Motive Plow Quods.
J All kinds of Floor Hardware.
# WEST EIGHTH STREET, IMPERIAL. #
fIiVIPERIAL and |
| OLD BEACH §
| STAGE LINE |
rf GEO. W. McCAULLEY, Prop.
Livery Wqs Turnished at Old Beach and lm=
ifc perial for touring all Parts of the Valley. %
I Good Accommodations at Hotel at %
% OLD BEACH %
Staj^e leaves Old Beach (on South Pacific railroad) each Tuesday. s}^
•^ Thursday and Saturday morning ai 7 a.- m.
Stage leaves Imperial each Monday, Wednesday and Friday in<>rn-
'^ iii|rat7«.>.. %
&i Fare each way $3.00. Additional charge made for conveyance mi Afc
vji extra days and for night trips. w^
\Ji Hotel rate, rooms $1.00, meals 50 cents. Board and lodging $2.00 w>
W. F. HOLT, Pres. A. H. HEBKR, Vice-Pres. LEKOY HOLT, Cashier.
First National Bank
t J, ,!' All accommodations consistent with cunserva-
A. H. Heber, tive banking extended to patron*.
H. C. Oakley,
George A. Carter.