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Train time ban slightly changed, no
thnl lltlilii now leave for Old ltcach at
21.27 a. in. and 1. 40 p. 111. They ant duo
to arrive at 7.23 a. in. and H <)*» p. 111.
Calexico time nearly cor«<L'S|K>iid* with
this, uk tho Mime trains arrive from and
continue on to that place.
Malls Arrive and Depart
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(ttilloti villa to am .J Ifuliville 19 am
i»> » jI.-«i. .» 10 am (blCalailCv li'aru
(!>sii*t».r 3:»i»iu (b)Mlliitiee 4:15 pin
(C Hi-.iMiiiHirr to am (c)Uradimuore Uani
'a; l».»ilr. (b) Tu*-«.lay«, Tharidajra ami Rat*
urdar*. (c) Irregular, uu HClitnlult*. <1 I'.hl.v
• ■crpt SuiKt.tv.
I'utttifOct* hunt* 7 a. m. to 7:iJ p. m., Sntiti.it h
9 In 10.
Imperial luM-.lf. a tailor.
Men'ti outing hiiitrt at Varneys'. if
V Judgu Farr returned Wednesday from
n business trip to I.<>« Angeles.
Pretty notions at the New York Btoru.
Vurney Hros. pell for cash, conse
quently nil chua|>cst. tf
liny a buggy at Edgar Brothers, tf
A. I-. Williams, Intt; forcmnn of Prof.
Sissoti'tj ranch, has left for Oregon.
Going to the bench? Get youi trunk
ami vnli#«» at the Now York Store, tf
Summer dry goods at the New York
The Liglit, Water & Tower C». ban
received an additional tnjiler, — seventy
borne- power, — for its electric machin
Sumo bargains in I n i -_r^ i « • ■* and spring
uncoil.- Nt Millar Bros, tf
Corn planters arranged especially for
Kaffir and Kgyptiau corn, at hdirar
F. N. Chaplin left Wednesday
for the summer monthri. Shu will visit
Ijos Angeles, Berkeley and Reno, New,
before lier return, about Octolnir 1.
Sm» H. K. Toomey about your Grain
lings. Agent for G.W. MeNeur. tf
Rev. 11. P.. Holliiipiwoith, formerly
of Ilultville, has moved to thin city
and entered ii|K>it the active dntiei as
pa*l<>r of the Christian church.
Window shades, mattresses uud
•pring coin at Yurnvys*. tf
Mr. Pauff, of the New York .Store,
has gone, with his family, to the beach. ■
Kiryplian corn planters at Edgar
.Mr. (i ripper, of Sun Diego, returned to i
hi* home Sunday.
Lndics' muslin underwear at Var- !
Old Beach in to have Imperial water!
/or its h'tg tank, hauled up in water j
ear* and nettled in a reservoir before \
pumping into the tank.
Furnishing goods at the New York j
Superintendent Ingram, of the S. I*.,
*u» down with hit* special Friday,
bringing with him Mr. Sproul of the !
Shoes of all kind* at tho New York
Btoru. I'l.iin or handttomu, light or j
heavy i for Held work or parlor wear- —
all mv be- united, and at prices way be*
|uw 1 110 regular. Call und select while
the antii'i t meut in good, tf
Y. F. KllCOra ban iMtught the bottling
workH from (iottlob & Sous, and will run '
it with tlio aid of a ion eooii expected
from tho Kant. It in a good plant and v
good btiflineu and with Mr. Kuceiu's
able uiuinigement will do well.
Tin* J. F. Hoy 1 1 Lumbar Co. Im^ ni»w :
o|N)ned up tln'ir new Lunilwr Ynrd for
bUfdllCSfl, one Hl'K'k Went of Depot. stf
Mr. Hartley, of tho CnliltrtlctUn de*
partnniit of tin* Holtville road went to
t/n Augelen Kuuday insoarchof laboroft l
for the work.
Hats of all kinds at the New York
Store. A Cool Hummer headpiece now j
at your own price. tf
The lailroad construction crew hero
have been supplied with water from
Huy Rcf i igerotors at Varneys*. tf
We have for sale all kinds of bornes, '
hog)*i cattle, linrneM. vrajfolis und farm-
Ilig implements that you may heed. Al- 1
ho Stallion and Jack for service. Jack
at Imperial, Stallion at Ranch. Califor
nia-. Mexico Lund «v Cattle Company,;
Railroad agent Misnor, formerly of
lui|>erial| in now al Old Itcach.
For anything in the grocery line go to
11. R. Andre, — he will wipply yot' at
reasonable prices. tf
Farmers wanting Kaffir or Egyptian
corn for sct'ii or to insure their grain
tdiould apply al once to <ieor_je W.
McNearA Co. tf
The Impi'rial Drug Co. is expanding
with the growth of the valley, and will
establish a branch store at Calexico in
the near future.
Walkrver shoes can now Ihj had at
[imperial Rakery, East Ninth Street,
Henry Kerker, proprietor. Fresh bread,
cakes and pies. Goods delivered. stf
The Water Users' Committee are in
\sm Angeles to meet President Ileber of
the California Development Co.
The New York Ston? in inventorying,
and turning but goods at any old price to
save trouble. Take advantage of it. tf
Mr. Walton, of the Hotel Thelma
came up Thursday from Mr. Mas ten's
contracting camp in Mexico. He re
ports a lake i at least four miles across,
formexl by waste water below Calexico.
It i- pretty to look at, and is apt to be
mistaken fora mirage.
A merchant who does a ca«h business
can afford to fell goods _ cheai><T than
•me who gives credit. Save money by
trading with 11. R. Andre, Imperial
The Old Reach Hotel has been en
larged, several comfortable sleeping
rooms added and a new kitchen built.
Fi rut-class meals any time day or night.
Passengers leaving Imperial Valley can
stay all night at Old lieanli and get up
after daylight to catch the train. 11.
Randolph, Proprietor 4tf
Hammocks at cost «t the New York
Store. Swing your girl. tf
Mr. Henry Fry and family late from
Oregon, and Mr, W. F. Gillett and
family spent the Fourth at the home of j
W. A. Van Horn, south of Imperial.
The day was spent in vocal and instru
mental music, and in eating water
melons and ice cream. After refresh
ments were served, foot races were in- :
dulged in. They report a very pleasant j
Aloore'a Ice Cream Parlors.
Mrs. Jas. T. Muora and daughter have
opened up in the "Id store formerly oc-
CUpled by Btevena6n Hros., an jc« % cream
parlor; also lemonade, stxla, cold drinkn
of all kiiuls, candy etc. "tf
Christian.— Sunday school 10: morn
ing worship 11 Sermon by Rev. 11. H.
IlollingHworth, pastor. Christian En
deavoi 7; ovening wornhlp, 8.
MetluKlist.— Sabbnth school 10*00;
preaching II; Senior LeujjUO 7.15:
Mi** Charlotte M. I'rertan, whom
the Vntmn effonootffltjr Inent^l in \/t*
Angol<ti i- attending the lamtner
school at the I'liiversity in Berkuley.
The many Irionda of Jtulgo liauta will
\>i' sorry to learn he is * offering from an
nH'-ct irin of the none, for tho treatment
of which he i- now in L*»- Angeles.
For lw'nt ice cream made of pun*
cream, and *odo water cool tin ice, cnll
at ImiM-rial Drug Co. tf
Unsebnll IMnycrn and Toot Rnccr.sl
I<ou'ih J. Kruger, ex-champion lon^
distanco Uttl racer >> f Oermauy and
Holland, writes, Oct. 27th; 1001 : "Dur
ing my training of ••i^ht weeks' foot
roevfl at Salt bike City, in April hint, I
iised Hallard'M Snow Liniment to my
greatest satisfaction. Therefore, I
highly recomtneiid Snow Liniment to
all who are . troubled with sprains,
bruisea or rheumatism.' 1 2-"n:, '»oc, |I.(XJ
Sold by Imperial Drug Co. Dr. P. S.
Anderson Propr. Phone 78. ♦
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffering.
"I wish to »<ay a few words in praise
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," save Mr.-. Mattie
P.urge, of Martihsville, Va. "I suffered
from chronic diarrhoea for ten years
and during that time tried various
medicine.** without obtaining any per
manent relief. Lost B ti miner one of my
children was taken with cholera mor-
Imi.-, and I procured a bottle of this
remedy. Only two doses were required
to give her entire relief. I then decided
to try the medicine myself, and did not
use all of one liottle l>ef<»re I was well
and I have never hince been troubled
with that complaint. One cannot say
too much in favor of that wonderful
For «ale by Imperial Drug Co. Dr. P.
S .Anderson Propr. Phone 7? *
of cattle at auction. See advertise
ment, jy 23
Cattle at Auction!
See advertisement in this issue. jy23
5 cents a line each insertion.
[FOR SALE CHEAP, HITHER CASH 1
or on the installment plan — (R) head i
of No. 1 Holstein and 40 bead of No. 1
Durham Milch ('own, averaging from j
five t<» nix gallons i>er day. Anybody
in want of any, please corre.«|Mind
with Jacob Stern, Fullerton, Cal.4tf
FO R SA L X— C HOICK L A NI) ON j
Eastside. Purchaser can have level- !
intf contract to pay half, or more, of j
purchase money; balance in" comfort- j
able time. For full particulars address
P. O. Ik>x 391; Redlanda, Cal. Je2sjyl6 ;
FOR SALE— CHEAP -2 S ECO ND-
hand McCormick mowers and rakes. '
Chug. W. Feruald Impel ial. jy U-tf
FOR SALE-SMALL JOB PRINTING
outfit, $200. S. C. Grable, 647 Loyan
Ave.Snn Diego, CaL jy 0-30
FOR SALK— SIXTY HKADOFMILK
cows, cheap, must bd sold inside of
thirty days. These cows are all young,
now selling $270 of milk a month.
Forty-five «»f the cows will be freidi in |
nixty duys. These Ba me cows last year j
brnught in $*>_,*<> n month when fresh.
Will sell for $35 a head right through
loaded on board the cars at Mandini, ;
Cal. 14 bourn to InT|H*rial. Will take
note that can bo discounted. Direct
D. A. Baker, Coinpton. Cal lOtf
FORSALK-HY NY. 11. HROOKS, A
good young cow, very gentle, will In*
fresh "with second calf July 1. jyl)-30
WANTKDTO HUY— SMALL CALVES
from dairicH. L. L. Forrester, tf
FOR SALK— A (JOOD LARGE MULE,
cheap. 1 have nothing to matt* her.
See 11. O. Station, 5 1-2 miles south, on (
the Danlia. jvi»
FOR NALIv-ONi: PAIR MULES,
sound and gentte, $100. Trl. Dr.
Great, No. 143, Imperial. tf
FOR HAi,i£-TWO TJXK FAMILY
milch cows. Henderson Hro«i, Hils«
beo, Cal. # jy2-0
Plymouth Rock chickens. .1. 0.
Newton, north -east ice plant # jy2-9
ANY PKRSON WANTING DAIRY
COWPorguod Durham bulls, address
J. M. Cardiff, Han Bernardino. tf.
WANTKD— 2OO IIKAI) lIOR.SICS AND
cattl«* to t»a«tiire, 7 milfM ea«t of Im-
perial. K. Mead, Holtville. Phone
5x7. »jy 0-.'lo.
FOR .SALK— ONK THOROUGHBRED
Jersey Hull, or will exchange for short
horn. W. F. Gillett, on J. Ulrev's
ranch. jy 9-.TO
FOR SALK— TWKNTY-FIVK HROOD
sows. .J. A. Jackson, sec. 2»», I<>-13.
P. 0. address Silsbce. *jy «-!(»
STRAYKD— FROM MY PLACK IN
No. son Sunday, June 19 04, 1 black
mare mule in good condition 8 years
old weight about !<•">•') pounds. A suit-
able rewanl for information leading
to recovery. Address HrookH Hart,
Brawley, Cal. • Jy » 23
FOR KXCI'IAXGK— FOR IMPKRIAL
land IGOacrea six miles from Hutch*
inson, Kansas. Price $0,000, want
$'J,OOO in cash, and balance in Im-
]>eria! property^ Inquire of W. F.
Gillett, the real estate agent, jy 9-30
WANTKD— M A R R I XI) MA X T O
work on ranch. I. L. Wilson, Holt-
WAN T X D-MAN AN I) W' IFE ON
ranch; steady position. Sew 11. O.
Sissbii, 5 1-2 mil«s south, on the
Dahlia. jy 9
\ FRESH CAXDIK.S AND COLD
drinks at Park's stand on the corner
1 of Kighth ami Imperial. tf
j WATCH LOST, OPKN FACK, DOUBLE
screw ca.«e, Klgin movement, engine
turned, .«ize 10. Archie Priest with
Ilawes A Co. 4-tf.
WATCH FOr.ND— OWNKR CAN
iirocure same by identifying and pay-
ing cost of tbirf notice. S. J. Ulrey.
|FOR RENT— TI IK MOST DESIRA-
bIe business location in town; one half
of the postoflice building. Inquire of
11. K. Allatt, P. M. 4tf
ANYONE— WANTING EXTRAS FOR
the Milwaukee machines, call on
Cha. Fernald, the second-hand man.
MAURICE, WRITE TO MOTHER.
Same address, Roxbury, Macs. *17
TOR THE BEST UNE OF
GO TO MILLERS DRUG STORE
Dentrifice Jit ticks
H. A. F. MILLER
Next Door to la National Bank
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Herald
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E. F. HOWE
agent for Imperial Valley. Oflicu with