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PLANT FOR FUEL
One of the Greatest Needs of the
Valley is Trees
One of the greatest needs of the valley
now is trees. They are needed for
shade, fur fence posts and for fuel, and
the person who plants trees in abund
ant ought to make large money in a
few years. It ought to be possible for
every farmer to get in several hundred
red gum or other euculyptus trees this
winter, and no one ought to neglect to
do so. So far there has been fuel ob
tainable from the natural growth of the
desert, but the supply is disappearing
rapidly, and unless haste is made to
grow a new supply it will be an added
expense to import fuel.
For quick foliage and fence posts, cot
ton wood serves, but it is not adapted to
fuel, and herein lies one of our greatest
The Imperial Land Company will put
in 400 acr^s of grain about the town of
Imperial, primarily to relieve the bar
ren appearance of the townsite.
The VERNON NURSERY
A. YARNELL, Prop.
4524 Central Aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
We are headquarters for all varie-
ties of Citrus and Deciduous fruit
trees, grape vines, roses, ornamen-
tal shrubs, etc.
Our shipping season opens December 15
Write for price list.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. -NOTICE FOR
United States Land Office, Los Angeles, Calif.,
No\ ember 10th, 1903.
Notiqe is hereby g-iven that JAMES C. <
THOMPSON, of 'Perkins, Cal., has filed
notice of intention to make proof on his desert-
land claim No. 1935, for Jthe SE% Sec 14, Two 16
S. RI3E, S. B. M., before the United States
Commissioner at Imperial, California, on Mon-
<1 1- . tire 28tB day of rw.-tub.-r. 1903.
He names the following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of -said
John R. Havens of Silsbee, Cal., John Patter-
son of Silsbee. Cal.. Abner C. Ensign of Sils-
bee, Cal., .Villis E. Wilsieof Imperial, Cal.
35 A. J. CROOKSHANK, Register.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Imperial Water Company No. 4. Loca-
tion of principal place «-f business, i
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County,
Notice is hereby given that at a regu-
lar meeting of the Board of Directors of
the above named Corporation, held on
the 17th day of November, A. D. 1903,
an assessment of twenty-five cents (25c)
per share was levied upon the subscribed
capital stock of this Corporation, pay-
able on or before the the 19th day of
December, 1903, in gold coin of the
United States, to H. Jevne, the secre-
tary, at its office in the Southern Califor-
nia Savings Bank Building in the City of
Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State
California. Any stock upon which this
assessment shall remain unpaid on the
said 19th day of December, 1903, will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and, unless payment is
made before, will be sold on Saturday,
the 16th day of January, 1904, to pay
the delinquent assessment together
with the costs of advertising and the
exp -use of sa'e.
By order of the Board of Directors.
H. Jevne, Secretary,
Office: Southern California Ravings
Bank Building, City of L>s Angeles, ,
County of Los Angeles, State of Cali-
Pigs for Sale
About twenty sows with pig's, i
Price of Pigs, each - $2.50
Sows $10 to $15
Reversible, Flexible and Extension Disc Harrows at
following prices: 5 foot, C4O; 6 foot, $45. Call and
WE NOW HAVE
a good stock of Wagons on hand.
WE ALSO WANT
to call special attention to the seeding- attachment
for our Disc Harrows.
first National Bank CORNER SECOND
■ and SPRING STS.
Los Angeles, California.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Largest National Bank in Southern Caliornia
CAPITAL - - - $400,000.00
SURPLUS and Undivided Profits $400,000.00
J. M. Elliott, President; W- 0. Kerckhoff, Vice-President;
J. C. Drake, 2nd Vice-Pres.; W. T. S. Hammond, Cashier;
A. C. Way, Asst. Cashier; E. S. Pauley, Asst. Cashier.
We now have a special paying 1 , receiving- and exchange department
for the exclusive use of our lady patrons.
We sell Travelers' Letters of Credit and International Cheques
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-■Vhlhl^Bs" igl)tI) St * -' Imperial, Cal.
&T Tlie H ° use w ncre
; " 'JrciPipSpes!^ W ' Wilt Always be Found
Cafe Next Door.
' <: " , ■''■•■. FREE HACK TO AND FROM TRAINS
Stoll & Thayer Company
Commercial Stationers and Boksellers
252-254 South Spring; Street, Stimson Block. Los Angeles, Cai
Goto ■ .
Mitchell 6k Holman
A full line always in stock. Also a stock of
Coffins and Undertaker's
Imperial Creamery Was
Opened for the Receipt
of Cream flonday, Novem-
Great Inducements Hade
to Farmers to Deliver
Cream From all Parts of
Let us lay well the foun-
dation for what is des-
tined to be the greatest
industry in the Valley.
Call at the
and talk the matter over
W. B. HAGE,
JAY O. COOPER
flanager and Butter Maker