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Oriel* From the Electric Hub
of !)*• Imperial Valley
'* ThomftH Kidney left Wc«lnejnlay for n
trip to I/*»h Augeleif.
L. Kindle linn licen abfteuton a
luiflliiciw trip to I/m Angeles.
W. C. Ornno ban a new cottngc nearly
completed on bin much.
The Infant child of Mrs. Henry Mit
chell in ill with typhoid pncumoniit.
Mr. ami Mr*. Tuft* Are rejoicing over
the hirtli of v line girl baby, l>orn Mon
4J. 11. lUiyd U constructing an office
011 hirt new lumber yard locution north
of the railr«»a.l track.
Mr. nml Mro. Henderson, who have
been abwDtit for hoiiic time, returned
G. W. IJctden In Hi'4'ding 80 acres to
alfalfa anil hurley and M. P. Harris \n
preparing 80 ucres for barley.
vl Htigeue Forret*t in huibliug a new
hoii.-i- on .'»tb street. It is fuiid he 'ih to
occupy it biuiHclf in the near future.
J Mm. I^*wis Keep, teacher of the
lloltville HohiNit, gave the pupil- a voca
tion Friday* while tthe vtaiUxl thu 1111
Thu Bouth-eoat room of the hot<*l ih
Ixsing (UUmI up a.- an oflice for Htipt.
Uayledtf. It will aI mo Ikj uhch! fora rail
road Htatiou until the completion of the
W. ||. Riclinrdfl hrouuht in 4fio head
of cattle from Arizona Saturday, and
will later follow with 300 more, making
an investment in the neighborhood of
V. Dutclier Uah brought a com
plete outfit from Imperial with which
to level and prepare hit! land for culti
vation. Mr. Dutcher Una 240 acres in
11. P. Tbie^eti and family arrived
Wednesday morning from lowa and
will make their home here in the future.
A carload of household good, with two
dairy cowm and a number of chickens, i
Base Ball Team
The lloltville baseball team has liceu
organized with Hugene Forrest a?* cap
tain and will noon have sufficient prac
tice to challenge the other teams repre
senting the towns of the Valley.
Kx-(Jov. Powers, of Mississippi, who
is now located in Ixis Angeles, was here
recently looking after his ranch, about
one and a-balf miles from town. He
intends to erect a dwelling on bis prop
erty in the near future.
While Xnvier Florentine was crossing
the discarded Plum ditch near the ranch
of Wheeler A Co., Tuesday, the exertion
required to drag the rig tbrough re
stilted in one of the horses breaking a
blood vessel, causing his death.
\]Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jordan have re
turned from their wedding trip. They
were married at Whitteir recently with
a nu»Mt elaborate ceremony. Mr. Jor
dan is tnnjeroon No. 7, and Win 1 bride will
be a welcomo addition to 'the com
munity. A clmrivati is expected Satur
Sufferers from iicintica hliouM not liohl
tato to iiho Cliaiiiberlain's lain Halm.
Tin' prompt ruliuf from pain which it
affords in uloiio worth many timed it--*
For Halo by Imperial Drug Co. Dr. I*.
8. Andurooit Propr. Phono 7tt. •
I lapfieninfp of i!m> Wrrk
From ilf Noilh F.nd.
■. I-«'W Varuey is taking in Calexico.
•*.Ti W. Kellogg and family are occupy*
ing Dr. lleartPg bomw.
A. 11. Miller returned from a trio to
I«ot« Angeles Wedliemhiy.
\ Chan. It. U'oren returned on Tuesday
from a trip to Hau Francisco.
Deputy Hheriff J. 8. Kerri|>ent Mon
day afternoon and night in llrawley.
T. W. Kclloy ih liiimv Hhowiug lands]
and made a salo this week to a Michi
*^ Pete Walker and wife ore visiting
B raw ley from their work in Old Mexico*
They ezi>ect to return Boon.
Hovley <k C'ady are showing lands
nearly every day and re|>ort good pros
|K.*cts for real estute business.
Cashier Dunn of the Hrawley bank is
«rx|H«cied back this week. There has
been no intimation that anyone will
Mrs. Dixou and sou of FjOganß|>ort,
Indiana are touring the Valley and will
winter at Ilrawley. They ure friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Nice.
J. C. Hunter, Trustee in bankruptcy
of the affairs of Paul lbxlcuhamer uud
the Coachell'i Valley Hank, is .-jHMiding
a few day* in town.
Gris\vold brothers have divided their
time of late between trading horses and
IniHtiiig bronchos. Some^pleiidid ex
hibitions of athletics were donated by
Bob Pyron and one Karl Duncan are
under arrest in Ix>s Angeles accused of
robbing Waller Wright of $10 and a
watch. Wright departed from lirawley
last week in company with the accused
The outlook for building in Brawley
this winter is not flattering. People
arc loth to invest money in improve
ment*, until some definite idea can be
formulated in regard to thu future of
the Valley as relates to the water ques
The auction eale of the tools and live
stock of the Imperial Construction
Company on Tuesday i wag well attend
ed and the articles sold at good prices.
We saw Thomas O'Brien leading away
two pairs of thoroughbreds, while J. S.
Pearson swung at the end of halters
attached to a pair of bays.
The new depot has assumed rdiupe
and is occupied by the agent of the
Southern Pacific. The depot is a beauty,
being one of those artistic and orna
mental structures of Corinthian design,
but iriuus the pillars; it is a great
credit to the Hailroad company and
looms up at the crossing of Main street
like a pup in a dark night.
"I wan much atllicted with sciatica,"
writes I'M 0. Niul, lowayillo, Sedgwick
Co., Kun., "going about on crutches ami
HufTering a deal of pain. 1 wan iiuluccnl
to try Hallard'tf Snow Liniment, which
relieved me. I liaed three 50-cent IkH
leri. It in the greatest liniment I ever
uho<l ; have recommended it toaiiumbor
of personi*; all uxpretts tliuiiit>elvetitui be
ing benefited by it. I now walk without
crutches, able to perform a great deal of
light Inlmr on the farm." 25 cent*; 60
cents and 1 1.00. For sale by lni|H*rial
Drug Co. Dr. P. 8. Anderson, Prop. •
Tin* Phk.hu is a pressor prcMHing to tho
front with presHing preeauru, expressing
thu pricing neetl uf tho valley in ltd
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I PEED, LIVRRY AND INFIRHARY j
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Imperial Jewelry Company
Practical Watch Makers and Jewelers.
The Leading Blacksmith
of tho valley is *
J. J. Sweeney Ninth & X Sts. f Imperial
A general supply of blacksmith coal, iron and hardwood, buggy and carriage
fixture*, miners' supplies^ etc. A full force of first-class mechanicH, and work
promptly attended to. Also a specialty of wood and metal water tanks, troughs,etc
TELEPHONES: Shop, 68; Residence, 155
g FOR SALE J
a thoroughbred, Registered Berkshire i
S BO3rS 3 Months to / year Old \
g CLARENCE E. CONANT tot^ M^ s^Sr h hpS p s wrth ..,. lwU 1
M Pottofflce Address Imperial. Cal. *
Los Angeles Lithographic Company
Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies
Highest grade Commercial Work and Bankers' Supplies
Agents Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Francisco
Artistic Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons
313 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
An inclination to be constipated is a common symptom of the American people.
There is no question but that this is due in a great measure to indigestion, and that
indigestion comes from indiscretion of diet. Let foods be daily eaten like
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WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
i and there would l>e no constipation — no sour stomach — no formation of gas— as it is
made from tho whole whoat-borry— baked at a high temperature — all indigestible
Palatable-Nutritious-Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat
fctryixickaot. S^*-* Or T&.vfo.LCX'
Dr. Prlc<\ tho creator or Dr. Price's Cream Hakimr Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts.
k cook book containing 76 excellent receipts for using the Food mailed tree to any address.
Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY, Chicago, 111.
'te* Adolf fresc Optical Company
/i"*ir Biicceuaora to A<i<»lpli FrezbnnU Hrnin Hnrins Optical Co.
126 SOUTH SPRING STEET LOS ANOULES, CAL
/33yi Mnnufnctureru and dealorn in
Optical, Mathematical, tngineerino and Scientific Instruments
Surveyors, Draughtsmen's and Architects* Supplies. Drawing Instru-
ments and Materials. Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
■Mall Orders Promptly Attended to Send fur catalogue and price lit
licet Facilities fur Hopairing liidtruinenta of I'reciblou of any Kiml.