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IRRIGATION CASES HEART
Nine Actions In All— Plaintiff* Allow
ed 10 Dayato Pile Hrlcfa.
(Han tilega Union)
Thifl inortltllg ill deitartinent Otlfl of
the «ii|M»rior court, Jud^e Torrotico \>»>k
lilt the heariiiK of UMMtUtIIGfOUI RCtloilN
(lied by lettlefl in lllt|KJrlal valley
uk'uiii"! tii" Imperial Water comiMin(**i
Num. 4 and H and the California l)«ivel*
Opmetlt comitany. The plaiulifPn wen*
renfVMntal in court by Attorney J. /.
Tucker, while the California Develop
ment company wan represented by At*
toriiirx Kdwin A. Mewrve of l*m An*
l»«»h*H and Victor K. Shaw of thin city.
Attorney P. 11. McPheriin wan present,
to liMik after the Iliturcfllfl of the liu
l<fi ial Water coiupaiiicrt.
Nearly the entire* morning scwlon of
the court wan taken up in the hearing
«»f argu menU by respective counsel ami
mi adjournment wan not taken until
12:'U) o'clock. At that time the hearing
of the case wan completed for the cJttV.
When the cane wa* called the defen
danta presented to the court a ntimbcf
of demurrers to the complaiiiUi^ Tin?
arguments wen* all on tho-e dmnurrers.
At the conclusion of the argumeutu the
|»biiutiffH n*k*-*\ leave to lilt! iiriefn
within t««ii tlays. The court granted
the motion and allotted the defendants
five days from the time the plaintiff**
flit? brief*, within which to lile a reply.
ThcitTare nine aiiK*a airaiiist the lin
serial cimipanlcsi the plaintiffs Iwiug
Richmond H. linker, Joshua Itaker.
Frank 8. Miller, A. 1.. Weaver, Alfred
M. Miller, (leoru'e. T. Welcome, John
Cady, C. H. Kuth and Auson Hamilton.
The actions wore all startetl oti account
of the alleged failure of the warter COUi
panien to provide a stifllcient wupplv of
water to irrigate the crop* of the plain
tiff*. For thi« reaaon the plain'iffH
claim that their cro|Mt have Imimi
ruined and and damages in amount*
varying from $1,000 to $8,000 are anked
Constable Dan Nicoll in n^.iin with
tin after a trip to tbu coattt.
BANTA & PARAZETTE
IMPERIAL ... CALIFORNIA.
These lands are distinctly
1 in a bargain class.
Irrigation here is not a Theory-
it is a condition.
320 acres at $35,-=i6o fenced, 220
farming in Imperial is no longer experimental ... •
it is successful. acres in cultivation, situated on
the main canal.
Prices are speedily advancing—
but have not reached 30 ..per cent, of j2O acres near Heber at $30,=«50 acres
the intrinsic values of the land. • fiilfj VitlOfl
Investments in the Valley are both Safe and _ 6q acreg flt 2 8. 100 acres Of grOW-
Prolltable. . . M . -
ing gram. Three miles from the
now is the time to PURCHASE. center of town.
Imperial is the place where
things are HONE.
hi view of tin* fuel that tliu nine lm
|»< rial VllfM'ft 111 <l withill the pant collpl"
of f<»riiiin'«t« in tin* ltl|wflof c<»iirt have
mI.iI«'I to war city of irrigation uiit'tr,
tin- t«iitli complitint, filed Haturday, ih
rather (MTiiliar. J. B. ('ram, through
bin attorney, It, I). UledtOOi brin^rt "nit
iifiiiiiff 1 in |><-r iu 1 Water Co, No. I, do*
inatldllia jud^uiffiit for < ' • 1 • "» and COit ( nl*
I'k'iiik' that llii? defendant did not pro|»
urlygttanl "Hoto" canal and that the
water thereof flfidded plaiutiff'tt laud,
ilentroyinji three hundred lialei of hay.
The accident occurred on June '11 of the
present year. — I'nion.
Unit Sold a Pile of Chamberlain*
I have fold ( iiiifiiiKThiin « Cough
Itemed y for more than twenty yearn
ami it fiiMf uivfii entire mttiiifaction. I
have Hold a |>il<- of it and can r«*coin
meiid it lilglily.~Jo*epli .McKlhimry,
l,intou,lr»ua. \iiti will lind thi- remedy
a \:>»,i\ friend when troubh-d with a
cough or cold. Itnlwayn affordn quick
relief and i- pleasant to tnkui
Hold by Imperial Drug Co. Dr. P. S.
Anderson I'ropr. Phone 78. •
21 tv I -School itond* "Yes"
lui|H-ii;»l only turned out twenty-two
»troii}( til tht* ncliool bond election hint
uiiik, but tlio«e twenty-two were nil
but on u in favor of the measure, and
"it yin**." The vote wan on the ruininv^
of 11,000 to buy furniture and provide
additional hchool fii<*i l i t i«*x tv maintain*
in;: all and any of the Hchoolfl in Im
jM-rial ili»»tri«:t for the hchool year end-
InK June :*<), !«):>.
Every part of thu mucous membrane^
tin; 110061 throat, ears, h«?a<J ami liiii<lh,
etCM Arc subjected to dimiUKs and Miulit
from iiOKlected col<irt BnlhinlV llore
liouud Syrup it* a plemtant ami effective
rvmedy ;* 25c, . r ><V, $1.00. \V. Akendrick;
Valley Mill", Texaa, writ***: I liav«?
u-^«l Hallurd'H liorehouud Syrup fur
COUghfl nnd throat trouble.'*; it i J a
jtl<-:i-:int and moat effective remedy."
For Male by Ini|H>rial DrtiK Co. Dr. I\
8. Anderson ProprJ Phone 7S. «
[ dage's Imperial Creamery
SAY, MR, RANCHER!
HAVE YOU BOUGHT
THOSE COWS YET ? WELL,
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO DO
SO. YOU CAN SELL YOUR
CREAM AT A GOOD PRICE
AND BE SAVED ALL TROUBLE
OF DETAIL CALL AND SEE US
W. B. HAGE, JAY O. COOPER,
Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker
"31 Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Gained"
Whiting Lumber and Supply Company
| CUT RAXES
j ON LUMBER AND BUILDING
Buy Where Priaes Ate Right. Come aad Talk With U»
| I. L. WILSON Cement. Roofing.
i .°!T c Ageni for Imperial Paint, and ak
I Ninth st»rcl and ° r
; Maple Avenue Temporary Location on Ninth ' C U. Ume
I _____________ Street ______________