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l.riif tot Mill hi- it h \ T, a. ni., nil 1 : 40 ft, in,
iMir Ii tlt,\ rit ..in i • l.f |lr Ii ", |< .| m, .IM<I
S:US !•. •>•
Frank Bjtli»d»ury nan in \*i* Atlgelcs
n f«>w dayn tJux H'euk.
itoadinasUtr Penny i* with v* again
uft<«r a vacation on ilu* cuasL
More/ McAlttiotid ha* lieeli appointed
«*mi «.t.«i»lf at (?alevir*o.
Uoyr>r Wfhnter in rujoyiug a vacation
lit |-<inti on tllUCliflSU
Mm. Kriimt Tliornqttt'flt nnd child
left TiM'Hilay for St. l>oiii», Micliigai^
Clerk llolcoinb lias rcNigued,
Fruuk A. Kslrnuim m the new appointee,
Mm. JI. IC. Andre returned Monday
nft*T v summer vacation »t coast |Kiiuts.
Trustee Hawes rvltirniHl Friday
morning from lii- nuiiiiiier visit ul Long
Win. VN'cmscl ha** returned from a va
cation, visiting Kan Piegu and the
Mr. OMIMr, of tl»«3 New York Store,
bun returned from a vacation in Arizona
nud the Kasti
An addition ltU:» in being built at
tin* real of A. L. 1 1 1 1 1 *•• liardwitro stoio
tii afford butler accoiniiiodutiomi for bin
I>i«tricl Attorney Casviua Carter ban
cocitiueiiced wjventwn MiiiiH for principal
nnd interest allegec] to l>e due on «uite
hclkmil land- in the lui|<erial Valley.
The Imperial Un*o Ball Club i- en
deavoring to arrnuge gnunM here with
team** from B raw ley and Culeiicn on
tin? days of (he Farmers Institute, S*p
tcnibcr H ami 15.
John Toinpkjnfl nnd wife, who have
l»f»«'u livinj? a mile east for a couple of
vi-nr« pn.Mt, left In- 1 Week by teum for
Tlieir pbice here in ndd to
Geo A. Carter, of the bunk.
The mafiy friends of Mis. M. V.
C rovefl will l<e 1 .*. . 1 to learn that ••Ik*
i» tlualh* rytiorttfl a* recovering from
li«t b»ng »»peil of sickness. The iinprov
meht as yet issliglili but her physician
f4ny»« !•!»«■ «ill itSDover fully.
The Kniemon llenlty ('•». ha* ifstiod
ji haudnoiiM "Moiii-einr" of the liii)«erial
Valley, showing ih«* material pnnjreHJi
and ndvanceiuent of t Im* Valley at (he
pr»*t*»nt ( tit iv. It i«* a credit to the
country and to tin- enterprising (inn.
The Kail way Age mUUc« that the Xl
1*»m» an«l Southwestern miln»ivl it* to
In- cxlcndc)] west from FairlNiiiks.
Ariz., to (in? I'Mcili** (NuiMt, and that en
cin«'«TH v ill |h> plat-fd in the tield wliort*
iy to make (he sur\'ey.
Jii«l^«* Mncl><Mi^:il ha« returned from
Snn I>U>go, where he has been on law
litisiiicss connecte<l with (Ik* Hayt'ii
stabbing oik*, and other ma Item, lie
flajTi he i« glud (o b<* buck ill lui|*>rtal,
ttli«Tt' he can keep cooler than in the
city of bay and climate.
Hon. F. \V. Greg}?, of San Bernardino
mrk here hint week, looking after inter
«'nt* in the Valley. The Judge i«J ihe
• iwuer in the Southeast corner of Kiulitb
aim! Imj>eriul, and looks forward liojh-
fully to the erection of a good business
block on it.
\V. S. Corwin hlmiwi* uh h-n^ from
vines planted aliotlt March 'J5 on bin
ranch near town. They are yet groonj
but nliow every indication of ri (ten ing;
and Mr. Corwin m*eH no reaHou why
they tdionld not do as well here uh in
Mr*. M. I*. Holmau received Satur
day li©wi of the injury of her brother,
.loli ii \l. l'etrie, in ji railroad accident
at (yhamberliii, S. I). Mr. l'etrie wan a
paiweiitfer conducUtr on the st I*. ml
roml. The MXtifJil of bin injury was not
Tin* California Development Coin*
p.iuv iiu- iNMUed a luiiuphli'l containing
ibo address of I'rrsiduut Huber at tin*
iiutNM mooting in Imperial July - r », to
getlier with iiowMpa|>er conunents, and
the contract afterwards entered into
between the Wa(««r I'MerN* Association
nud tin* Ci P. Co. A number of hand
lOind iUiMt r,»t i"iM of HCUIICI ill the N'ttl
by an* iilni ulion 11.
liny m -.i.1.11.- iit Ivlgur I.r ■•• tf
Ktllier lV«k i- homo again rifl'-r it
VACAtiOfl on thr* Count.
ID cent coffe6~goodj t'H»-iit AndroV
Try it. tf
Ward Cools now employed an clerk nt
II It. Andro'fl iloro.
Mm. 11. C. Ki'«m| nnd daughter, Itutb,
liavQ r« turned from L»i Au^nbm, where
1 1 1 • - v -|«-iit tlM* miinmer.
Itcn llm Hakiiiic Powder and R pices,
Im'^i «iv I'artb. (Jiuirauteel at Audre'n,
th«* Cash « Iroccr. tf
Mrs, Will Adaitif) lei- returned from a
riicntloti r* |*4*ii t at Coronado and coast
Trusti'C Morrison arrived home Wed*
iieffday night from a vacati >n at Santa
Ana and Coronado.
No tru»t#'«« meeting wn« held Wed nes*
day iii^lit Ik«C4lUimj of th« # presence of
but two trustees in the city.
"Huddlestoii Apartments," Tenth
ami I inpi'Mal ; op»u about Sept 1. Can
accommodate a lnuii<«l number at pres*
eiit. Call for rates. tf
11. I. Andre li:i- made nrrnnk'emeutM
for a new delivery wagon^ v hich will
probably !»•• in ojmration the coining
\ I*. 8. Commissioner Ilavcmi con*
lliiuvs to do a ru-tliii^' business, ac will
Im* (weii !•>' the number of tiling* since
According to the Kamoua .Sentinel
Supervisor Jh*\*t luih been confine*! to
a dark room several days with a cold
which m'ltled in his even.
P. C. Huddleston ha« received word
from I>ong Beach that lii- son Cml,
who i- visiting that resort) ha* t*;cu ill
wilh the fever. He i» reported to Ik;
Walter K. Bowker, ofthu California-
Mexico I.md and Cattle Company,
j»t»teH thuy will receive niiotlier train
load of cattle about the lir-t of the
Will b«? paid for tin* arret-t nnd convic
tion of the i»arti«** who «tole eeveral
rolls of 39>iiicli Pit tabu rg hVijj wire from
• >ur pruiiiiHen. Stkvkshos Hho.s.
An I have out my hardware
bm<iiii*HS nud wish to cl«»su tip my
aii.ii r - as soon an |H}B»ible, 1 would reH
JH-Ctfolly a.-k all those wli« ar«« indebted
to me to call and settle their iiccouiiUl
with me uffSMon a« they can. Anyone
having chiiiuHUg.iiuMt me would do uic
a favor by j ruseiitiiig Hiime at once.
Ready Tor Wiring
The Klectric Light C<Vm|«iny i- rcadv
now to wire houses for lighting, which
will h»miii lit; served. Ixwiye onlera with
\V. I). (Jan«v at the Laud Company*
office or with H. C. Hubban! The rate
will U* |l.l>o a lamp p*»r month, or by
riu'tor 155 cents a kilowMtt ; meter at
ex|HMiße «»f customer. The business
section will Ih § wire«l fir."t, so far «s
practicable. 8-20- tf
Maki mv in Minimum
Bent. 1 HO "*'
Sept. 1! IM "°
Sept. :\ 108 •'«•»
Sept. 4 U>» 74
S.pt. 6 102 To
Sv|»t. «» 108 75
Sopt. 7 10*1 75
S«»pt- » 10* 7ri
I tain fall .0.1 inch.
Po you want to earn your hcli«h»l
books for the term now approaching?
If t»o, do ii little work amouu your
friend g for the Imperial I*rkui». Get
tuilwcril>em at a dollar a year, *ixty
ceiltii for nix month* or thirty-tivt» cents
for thrt-e month*, nudroceiven pieininin
nf bnc-tliinl theTainount in bclmiol lw»okn
from the lni|H»rial Nt'wn Co. You will
havotohave the l»o«»kH, and they are
ijuilf oxjHMiHive. (Jo around among
yourfrluiuls. Iftboyaio already tak
ing it— iih in likely ti»o caw— -get them
to wend extra coptel to their frionui
nliroad. There i* a Held anywhere fu
the Valley for thin work, and it will bu
iiiHt ni effective at Silabeo, Calexico,
lloltvillo <*r Hrawloy ah at Imperial.
Ihmi S tf.
Down I own Office
Affiin;' MM-nt- art! f*ing lua'l' 1 to have
Ido hti«iii<-«« office of tho imperial Light,
W«li« f A I'oWCf Company down town,
in tlto l^uid C<»»o|«niiv'rf I'uii'lifi/, nnd
all bunlnein of tic* Company will *»••
conducted llioro. With tlio Installation
of ttic cNrtric plutit and th<* materially
Increased business of Hie Company, flu*
new departure ha* been mnd«* n»TrM.iry.
llcgifinfriK with tha fiml of next month
water rjiti"« trill \p- charged to everyone
tiffing tin' Company* water, iiri'l, a- w«?
uiid<-r»tuii'i, tin? l/r« Anifcles rnt<*H uill
obtain, A Hclindulo card will Lw Issued*
Herctoforn the Company ban made
practically no chargu for its water sup
ply, an it felt the miantitv wu« not
w holly adi-fjinitv, but ffinct] the laying of
the new main on lin|terial arcnue nud
the iuldition of other water pi|xrf in the
iin|JortAiit ccntern of ilia city, it fe«ln
that it i- fitrnififiintf a go«nj nnd *uf
lii-H-nt Hiipply of uat<-r. In providing
for the payment of water rental*, the
initial riilen will lie followed i rental pay
able the lir-l of each month; if not paid
by the 10th, ten |-r cent will I*; added,
and if not paid by the lir-t of the fol«
lowing month, water will be Hhut off
and the cuntfJinary charges added for
connecting the name n^'ain.
puriiiu hiif'yiait here thi« w«'««k Mr.
I'auliu iiiforined the I'besji tl.nt the ice
plant would I*- enlarged tin- winter, the
intention being to develop the water
l*>w«*r the Company owhj* to furuiah
"Much Ado About Nothing"
Pan Ix*mbn fame up from Calexico
Thursday, wlinro he liad been working
for the ■California-Mexico I*and & Cattle
Co. Immediately on hi* arrival, after
the manner of <*«>w punchers, lie di«
obeyed the mandate to "Look not on
the wine when it in r«<l nor on the
absinthe when it i- greeni" and having
acquire*! a Bniall sized ja^ f lie^an to im
agiin* vain thing*. Af» a resalt tlie local
|K>lice olficers had to work overtime.
Claiming he had been touched,
Thursday ni^ht he wanted warrant.*
issued for some of liifl friends, who, he
nibbed, liad robU-d him of $400. Then
then there wan hurrying to and fro to
wi through the necessary formalities,
for the hour was lato and growing later.
No money Ix-ini; found on the parti***,
Constable Nicoil, aft«*r considerable
trouble, grt»w Bti?picioiis and decided to
pearcli Mr. I/Miion himself. I/» the re
sult! Fr<»iii bis nocks, from hi* pant",
from lii- *hirt and from hi?* hat — Cfttnu
forth money t«» the extent n[ $151.
The Constable, upon investigation,
PO X SA L E^rC 1 1 EA V-2 S KCO N I )-
hand McCorinick mowers and rakes,
("has. \V. Fernald lmpctial. iy *.»-tf
F<>K SALF. — Hpmml hows, will farrow in
November. Registered Shorthorn
Durham bulls, milk strain, highly
bred. Fuller Bros, ranch, 10 miles
Houth of liii|»eriaL 8-13tf
FOX SALK— I have for sale three miles
east of Holtvillf, eiglity acres of land,
forty acres nf it leveled; or 120 acres,
fifty-three acre.** leveled ; or KW acres,
with 104 acres leveled; all with water
in No. 5. This must be sold inside of
thirty days. Address Kedlands, Cal.,
12») \V. Vino street. w?p 3-10
FOX Sale — Eighty shares of water for
nah', to be delivered where desired
.any place iii tliu valley. This water
i» lor sale at a sacrifice. Address A.
N. Pike, Kedlands. Cal. sep3-10|
FOX SALK— IO or 80 acres alfalfa
laud, 1-2 luile north of Imperial, all
under cultivation, \& I acres in alfalfa;
am putting in *• acres more. (Joinl ;
IiOUHCJ etc; | ."15 an acre. Terms easy.
J. J, Heriiig. •.•-!*» if.
POR SALK— Two tine violins. Chas
\V. Fernald, 2nd Hand Store, Im-
t >oriul. tf 10-tf
NY A NTKP TolilT Y— SM ALL CA LVKS
fmin dairies. L. L. Forrester. tf
ANY I'KKSON WANTING DAIRY
cown or good Durham bulls, address
.1. M. Cardiff, Sun llernardiuo. v.
found f/'inon Ici'l drnwn but $125 from
the biink and that the rohhfry wns tho
product "f n f«Tf ii«« Imagination.
Ho Mr. fiOrnon wan Mfll forth with the
admonition "To go nnd «in no morn."
KxtM'Cting to occupy ji more rnn(ral
locattoh witn our lumber yard in th<?
near future, we will \#* pleased to a«»ll
you any lumber now in ntock at much
reduced rates. J. F. Hoyil Lambc Co«
U. 5. Land Office— Mon. P. G. Havens,
I ilihk'" in.ii" Mitirf our i;nt report:
Contest nfft Thomas I'litU ipn vs.
Thaddeui White, h « I(M30 for X 1-2 of
NX I*4 and N I*2 of SK i-» eec 8 in
Desert'land nppln Henry (i. Trncio
for E 1-2 of NW 1-1 «ec 29 in lft-Ifi,
ruUnquishrneiit Geo. Ititu'".
Contest nfft James W. Gray vsChurlea
W. Jmtice, h e ')HUi lor S.K 1-4 hoc US in
Contest afft George L. Campbell vs
John M. Me Henry, Fiei c 10370 for SK 1-4
*ec 5 in 16-13.
Homestead nppln George F. Smith
for E 1-2 of 8W 1-4 sec L*J In 14- 14.
Third annual proof James A. Charn
berlin, assignee Matt. H. Worley, d I c
1485 for W 1-2 of SW 1-4 sec 14 and E
1-2 of S E 1-4 sec 15 in 15-15.
Contest afft Frank N. Chaplin vs
William Elmendorf, d I c 20S0 for NE
1-4 sec 28 in 14-15.
Desert- land appln James Lichten
berger for .SW 1-4 of SE 1-4 and SK 1-4
ofS\V l-4.-tc3l and N 1-2 of NE 1-4
ice.% in 15-15.
Homestead appln John B. Maker for N
1-2 of SW 1-4 and SW 1-4 of SW 1-4 sec
30 in 15-15 and NE 1-4 of .SE 1-4 sec 25
Homestead appln John J. Sweeney
for SW 1-4 sec 32 in 15-15.
Contest afft 01 c Pearson vs. William
U. Nicholson; h e 10475 for N 1-2 of NE
1-4 gee 13 in 15-12 and N 1-2 of NW 1-4
sec IS in 15-13.
Desert-land appln Karl Rowley for
SW 1-4 *-c 12 iii l'M4.
Contest ftfft Arthur Edgar .vs George
M. McKinuey d 1 c 2256 for S 1-2 sec
33 in 15-15.
Pe«ert-land appln Erwin R. Fair
banks for W 1-2 of SW 1-4 sec 18 in
I»i-15 and E 1-2 of SE 1-4 sec 13 in 16-14.
Homestead appln Earl C. I'ound for
SE 1-4 «.f NW 1-4 sec 24 in 16-14.
5 ceut« a line each insertion.
FOX RENT— THE MOST PESIRA-
bIe business location in town; one half
of the |M)stotlice building. Inquire of
11. E. Allatt, P. M. 4tf
FOX SALE—Thorough bred Jersey bull
Edgar Bros. 8-27-9-10
WANTED-- Horses for pasture, 50 or
100 head. Good green pasture — first
class. W. W. Masten. S-20tf
ANYONE-^ WANTING EXTRAS FOR
the Milwaukee machines, call on
Cha. Fernald, the second-hand man.
TENANT WANTED— Owner of lot next
to Imperial Drug Co.'s atore will
build brick building to suit tenant.
Inquire at Ist National Hank. 8-l3tf
WANTED— One paper each of June 11
and May 14, IDOI, for which 10 cents
each will l>e paid. This otftce. *J-3tf
240 ACRES in the corporation of Im-
i»erittl t«» lease on nhares. Will fur-
nish $:UHX> worth of st.n-k (hiyh-crad«»
dairy and hogH). N ' l » sl llilVe resjK.n-
nibl«« man with experience. Address
J. P. Huston, 1725 \V. Adams Street,
Los Angeles. n»p 3tf
TO UK NT— A twinhorse wagon for nev-
era) months. Albert H. Laruon, Im-
perial. *aep 10-21
TO SF.LL— SO acres of Kutlir corn,
fenevtl. 2 1-2 miles southeast of lm-
h rial. K. A. Perkis.s. •9.10-24