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The brick work' on the new Methodist
church was started last Wednesday.
D. P. McDonald went to Yunia Sun
day with engine 1308. lie returned
New river after having made a recptfd
breaking rise has receded rapidlvfintil
now the bridge is plainly A'isih^T
Floren Groshen, of BraVfey, made a
flying trip this week. He went over
into Mexico to look after his large acre
The dredger in the main canal is now
about a mile above the ten foot drop.
The canal at this point is being widened
about 20 feet.
Rev. Tout, of Imperial, preached last
Sunday morning and evening at the
Congregational church. Rev. Glasby
supplied at Imperial.
Rer. D. M. Gaudier, of the Anti-Sa
loon League will address a union con
gregation at the Methodist house oi
worship next Sunday morning.
Engineer Pangborn, who was driven
out by the high water has erected two
very comfortable tents on frames on the
lots east of the Chronicle office.
General Otis was one of the distin
guished visitors in the Border City last
Sunday. He came from the heading
and reports satisfactory work, being
The large canal supplying, water to
No. '6 has broken, , inundating a large
section of country four miles west . of
Calexico. It is hoped that no crops will
"The Calexico Methodists are rejoicing
over the receipt of a check for $100 from
Rev. McAlleh, their former pastor.
Rev. McAllen is now in the real estate
' business at Huntington Beach.
Calexico celebrated Saturday last with
a first-class street row. The parties di
rectly concerned were A. N. Carpenter
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j-El Centro Department |
.||| RoyL^. Rumsey, Proprietor §2>
H Great price reductions on our Silsbee 3
I Hats, Shoes, Underwear 1
S|sj We must make room for the new stock which we have ordered in all p§
ggj Men's soc work shirts 35c m
H Men's $1.00 negligee shirts 75c II
P Men's Hats, Shoes and Underwear at great ||
!? reductions Kg
ell Ci/OixiO' oncl s^c om* D£ll*q*£l.ihs in £loov£* m&
lines and at the same, time get a ||
|| bill of groceries at less than usual m
S3 prices . • ;■ W
the restaurant owner, and one Nichols, a
gambler. The trouble originated over
a gambling debt incurred in Mexico
and for the collection of which said
Nichols had Carpenter arrested. By
dint of some hard sprinting Carpenter
outran the Mexican officers and escaped
across the line. On Saturday morning
Carpenter met Nichols on the street
and after applying a few titles better
left imprinted whacked him over the
head with a six shooter. Constable
McAlmond disarmed the aggressor and
trouble seemed to be over. Later the
two combatants met when Nichols
promptly knocked Carpenter down.
Bob Davis then proffered his services as
peace maker and with the aid of the
constable the quiet was restored. There
are a set of t«r horn gamblers and all
round tou^hb in the Valley who need a
year or two on the rock pile and the
sooner these worthless specimens of hu
manity are gotten rid of the better will
be the moral condition of things. It is
said that arrests will follow.
Ed. E. Boyd has some bargains in
real estate at Holtville, too.
Human' Blood Marks
A tale of horror was told by marks of
human blood in the home of J. W. Wil
liams, a well known merchant of Bac,
Ky. He writes : "Twenty years ago 1
had severe hemorrhages of the lungs,
and was near death when I began tak
ing Dr. King's New Discovery. It com
pletely cured me and I have remained
well ever since." It cures Hemorrhages,
Chronic Coughs, Settled Colds and Bron
chitis, and is the only known cure for
Weak Lungs. Every bottle guaranteed
by all druggists. 50c and $1.00 Trial
I have 320 acres more of school
land north of Holtville that I can
sell at $6.00 an acre on terms. If
you have used all your rights here
is a chance to get a piece of deeded
land. Bert R. Chaplin, Imperial, Cal.
Wheat for your chickens. Desert
Grain Co., Imperial.
You won't have to keep many hows to
raise all the pigs you want if you will
get a start of Du rocs from Porter N.
Ferguson, Holtville, Cal.
The entertainment of the Imperial
Minstrels last Monday night was, upon
the whole, a very creditable perform
ance. The local talent is much encour
aged, and everyone is satisfied that with
more training the boys can stage a show
that witl rival a regular troupe, Wit
man, Parazette and Farnsworth were
decided successes in the comic line, and
Dyke's singing was splendid, as it al
Fine 3*year-old mare, weight 1100 lbs.
Price $85.00. Enquire of C. W. Fernald,
Airs. J. H. Holland and her -little
daughter, Irma, returned recently from
a trip to Los Angeles, whither. she went
to consult expert medical men regarding
th« little girl's leg which was broken
in a runaway accident last sum
mer. She will return to Los An
geles soon and have the child operated
on in an endeavor to overcome the
* Wiiat made Milwaukee famous? The
Milwaukee Mowers and Rakes. C. W.
Fernald, agent, Imperial.
Professor Edward Hyatt of Riverside,
was in attendance at the Teacher's In
stitute last week. The Professor is an
old friend of the editor, we having
known him in Riverside for eight years.
Mr. Hyatt has been Superintendent of
Schools of Riverside county for twelve
years, is always elected without opposi
tion, and is one of the best school men
in the State of California.
Start right in the hog business by
buying some of those full-blood Duroc
Jerseys from Porter N. Furguson, Holt
Ed. E. Boyd has some bargains in
real eatate At Holtville, too.
Mrs. VV. K. Holt and daughters of
Kedlands have been visiting In Imperial
this week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Holt. It is the first visit to the
Valley for the young ladies and the first
for some time for Mrs. Holt and they
are very much pleased with the Valley
and its splendid ranches and many sub
Bert Randolph, a well known young
man of Imperial, died last Monday
morning at 4 o'clock. Mr, Randolph
came to the valley about three years ago
for his health, being v severe sufferer
from lung trouble. There is no doubt
but that our climate prolonged his life,
but his condition when he came here
was such as to render recovery impossi
Extras and repairs for Milwaukee
Mowers and Rakes in complete stock is
carried by Charley Fernald the Milwau
kee agent at Imperial.
Dr. Holtzinan informs us that he is
not a candidate for City Treasurer, and
we are informed that H. A. F. Miller
has declined the nomination too. It
has now been tendered t6 Leroy Holt
who has accepted, and so far has the
field to himself.
W. B. Warren and wife left for Los
Angeles last Sunday after spending the
winter in Imperial. Mr. Warren has
rented his house to " Mr. Nearn of the
Stevenson Brothers company for the
Mrs. Pa raze tte and children arrived
last Tuesday evening from San Bernar
dino, and now J. B. won't have such a
forlorn appearance, and the young heir
to the house of Parazette can get better
acquainted with his papa.
Judge F. C. Farr has been confined to
his home for several days this week by
illness but is reported to be better at
the present time.
Superintendent Farnsworth of Water
company No. 1 is a busy man these
days, as he is making a strenuous effort
to get the canal banks on the main ca
nal and Elder lateral built up before
the next rise from the Colorado reaches
Fletcher Burnight, one of the pioneer
residents of San Diego county, died at
the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J.
W. Kramer, at Silsbee last Sunday. Mr.
Burnight came to the Valley only a few
months ago, but during that short time
iiad endeared himself to a large circle
of friends by his sterling: character and
Christian virtues. He was about 80
years of age at the time of his death.
The remains were sent to San Diego for
NOTfcE TO THE PUBLIC
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed citizen of the United States is in
possession of the tract of land described
as the S\V 1-4 of Sec. 11, T 15 S, R 14 E,
S. B. M., according to the survey made
in 1900, by the Imperial Land company,
and commonly called the Imperial sur-
vey. The numbers properly describing
these lands according to the Land Office
records, have been taken by other part-
ies and applied to other lands, two miles
east from the lands occupied by this
claimant, so it is impossible, at the pres-
ent time to make any filing on this land.
I further declare that I have been in
possession of said land since February
23d, 1900, and that there is no claim or
occupancy of or to said land in opposi-
tion to mine. I further declare that it
is my bona ride intention to enter said
laud as a desert plaim, as sooji as the
survey of the townships in this part of
the countrv, provided for in the Act of
Congress passed July Ist, 1902, Statutes
at Large, Vol. 32, part 1, pace 728, shall
be completed, and the maps properly
describing said land, filed in the United
States Land Office at Los Angeles Calif.
Signed, C. B. Smitfi.
Witnes*, I. L. AVilso.v
Dated at Imperial, Cal. March 1, 1900.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed citizen of the United States is iii
possession of the tract of land joining
and lying immediately to south of the
SVV 1-4 of Sec 31, T 15 S, It 15 K, S. B.
M. Said tract of land is 100 rods from
east to west and i(>o rods or less from
north to youth about to the width of
unsurveyed land lying between the
llothwell survey on the north and the
Henderson survey on the south, The
NKI-lof Secii, T 10, K 15 E. of the
llothweH survey forms the eastern
boundary of said land. [ nlso certify
tliat the above tract of land is unsnr*
veyed and cannot be enteredby nuiiibt'i 1
and that to the best of my kn<Wled<re it
is not claimed by anyone and that I
further certify that it is .; Juv^hona lide
intention to enter naid ml^'vV described I
land under Hut Unitetl Stuyeshotiu'sitead J
\ law as i\ luunestead as soon an lint new i
, survey of tUeVtj lands provided for byl
tlie Act of Congress dati\ July Ist,]
; UOli.StatutcH at large, Vol. SWiut I Page i
! 7'.'.S, hhall bo completed tuiul the map
i of these hinds tiled in th« I v S. Land
! Witness, tir.oncifcT HfL'itsKi:, »
1 1 Dated March 1, 1000 m-JCa-7
W. W. Mastcri has made
• arrangements to supply
meat to customers from
the Hotel Franklin for the
time being. A meat shop
will be arrange for shortly
by Mr. Masten.
Fresh meat always on hand
El Centro, Cal.
j fitvo pool Rail
! EL CENTRO, CAL.
! We have opened our pool liall lit the
I New Hotel El Centro, and will be
I pleased to see all our old frieuda, and to
1 make as nianv new ones a* possible.
! A nice, quiet place to spend !
! your leisure hour. - '
Soft Drinks, Lemonade, ;
Cigars and Tobacco '■
HAWES & CASNER, Props, j
1 ' ; - ■■ 1
To Lease for 5 Years
All of section 36 township 13
S, Rl4 E, with water. Land
is 3 1-2 miles east of Brawley,
is very level, 'soft and good soil;
could be planted to melons, al-
falfa or grain. Address offers
to the owner
. J. MCMULLIN^. r r :.
Union Building, San Diego.
JOHNSON & MUSSER SEED CO'S
1 9,06 Catalogue Now Ready
Write for it
No. 113 N. Main St., Los Angeles
'riED'DEN & HULL
Contractors of fnm&nt iKlfiPi:
all kinds cf vvHlvlll IfUl A
V'i Application^^ / .
IMPERIAL **«. -/'. -...,- —^cJiSj&^viariiiUu
W ork Done all Over the Valley
Phone 129 Imperial, Cal.
| EL CENTRO f
| POOL AND BILLIARD •.„.-
t « PARLORS * J
* • . *
2* Finest Line of Cigars, Tobaccos and ♦
* Soft Drinks Always On Hand :: :: *
| ' C. J. EATON |
Imperial Ave v Dairy
Joe Giaccomazzi, Prop.
Fresh Milk delivered to any
part of the city of Imperial
G: ft Fairbanks
Opposite Post Off let
beeil and Poultry Supplies. Ctrsh paid «
for poultry and eggs.
A complete line of Flower and Garden
Seeds. Onion Sets, Ect.
Petaluma Incubators and Brooders,
Midland Poultry Food
International Stock Food
Ellwood Steel Fencing — A perfect farm
Ellwood Poultry Fencing— Tlie best
poultry fence on tlie market.
Incubators in Operation on exhibition
at all time* — Visitors welcome.
g d.Vgoldschmiedt S
J: Physician and Surgeon ft
R Formerly of New York City, S
late of Knseiiadu, li. U., Mexico, |J
*j has removed to and is now, per- \M t
j*^ niiuiently located tit San Diego, Cal. t*
1 1^ OlHce and Uesideuce : till Fifth jj}
I jn Stret't, Cor. 11., .Mi-liuick. v r>lock, X
I*2 H«K)nia 1 and 2 . W
£J Ortice Hours: 10 to l'Ja. in/- 4 to.jj
j Jri 0 |>. m. i Sundays :10 to lsa, uu'Jt
£ 01ll >'- • I '&
E ■ Teh-phones— Hv Day or >'%rht : a
5> Sunset, Main, 638,. Home, IH.Or-
$■! Kngli^h, Germitu 'and fl"