Hoiu.n-lnternrb.in Railway Company
Effective Sept. 39, 1907.
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No. 1-Leave Holtville 8:00 a. m. daily
No. 3- Leave Holtville 12:30 p. m. daily
No. 5- Leave Holtville 4:00 p. m. daily
No. 2- Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily
No. 4- Leave El Centro 2:00 p. m. daily
No. 6— Leave El Centro 5:00 p. m. daily
Freight days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, trains Nos. 3 and 4.
W. F. Holt, C. E. Paris,
President. Gen'l. Supt.
Fresh chocolate creams at Dunaway's
H. 1 H. Peterson, the contractor is
erecting a residence.
Legal blanks are for sale at the Press
List your lands with the Ira A ten
Land Co. They can give you best re
Remember the Chamber of Com
merce meeting tonight.
H. R. Warner of Los Angeles was
one of the visitors to the valley this
We are agents to Sell lots for the
El Centro Town company; also agents
for acreage adjoining town. Now is
the time to buy while cheap. Ira Aten
Land Co., El Centro, Calif.
F. E. Young and L. L. Ashley of
Long Beach were in El Centro during
tha^early part of the week.
i/Mrs. C. F. Buttress and children have
returned from a two months' visit with
friends and relatives in the east.
The El Centro Realty Co. has a grow
ing list of properties. They [are anx
ious to list all the property for sale;
they will see to it that possible custom
\ ers see these lands. See them at their
Hotel Franklin. . 24tf
-^W. J. Wells, E. H. Lyon and H. B.
Bristol of Santa Ana have been looking
at land in the vicinity of Fl Centro this
NMr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborne, of Wi
chrta, Ks. arrived at El Cenfro Friday
. noon, and will make this their perma
School books, composition books,
scratch tablets, book straps, lunch
boxes, erasers, pens and ink at Duna
way's drug store.
I C. E. Scott, C. A. Walker and J. E.
O'jCeefe of San Diego made a trip to
Imperial valley points this week, stop
ping at El Centro Monday.
nAF. J. Morton, of Parsons, Kansas, a
newspaper man, retired, is in the val
ley, looking for a home place. He'
visited Calexico Wednesday and Holt
Buy a town lot, a few choice ones
left, get in before the raise. Call and
talk it over with Jauman. El (Jentro
Land Co. 22tf
Stephen Gamble, of Long Beach, is
here looking the valley over. Mr.
Gamble raised a crop of cantaloupes
here two years ago, and afterwards
took up his residence in Long Beach.
It is hoped that he will come back to
the valley and make it his permanent
List your property with the Colby
Re4l Estate Co. They have a large list
oj buyers. We are also agents for the
El Centro Land Company to sell town
4 George H. Reid, Western Union tel
egraph agent, who has been in Coa
chella for some time, has returned to
his position in Imperial. Mr. Timmins,
who has been at Imperial, will be
transferred to El Centro.
320 acres of the best land in the
Holtville Country, worth $50.00 an acre,
can be bought fora few days for $40.00
an acre. Bert R. Chaplin, Imperial,
The question of reorganizing El Cen
tro's band for the winter season is
being talked up. There are some ex
cellent musicians in town and no doubt,
a band that will be a credit to the val
ley can be had.
Edison and Zon-o-phone Phonograpns
for sale by Teller, the Singer agent.
All late records on hand, Postoftice
building, Imperial. 24tf
Mrs. Leroy Holt, of Imperial, was
an El Centro visitor Wednesday.
W. S. Ballnrd and bride expect to
leave Rocky Ford for El Centro about
the first of November.
L. C. Sloan, a prominent melon grow
er'and gardener of Rocky Ford, is here j
this week, looking over the valley. He j
is a truck gardener of wide experience,
and it is believed he will locate in this
Board of Supervisors Met Wednes
day and Thursday
A special meeting of the Board
of Supervisors was held this week
to take up some matters of im
portance to the county. They
went into special session Thurs
day to meet the commissioners
who were here from San Diego
to adjust matters between the
The matter of the tax levy on >
the railroad is receiving more or ||
less attention at the hands of the \
county officers and the board in- ||
structed District Attorney J. |M. \
Eshleman to go to Sacramento |
to confer with the state officers
and then to proceed to San Diego j|
to meet the commissioners and )
to take such action as he may j|
deem necessary to protect Imper-
ial county in the collection of its ||
taxes. The district attorney was \
also instructed to secure some ,
other attorney to act in his place £
during his absence. |
At this meeting it was also \
agreed that Robinson's rules of ||
order be adopted by the board |
and that the county clerk secure |
six copies for the use of the su- %
pervisors and clerk. The follow- j
ing order of business was adopted :
1. Roll call. |
2. Reading of the minutes. a
3. Unfinished business. [I
4. Auditing acts. \
5. General business. j
A six months' leave of absence j&
was granted to the county sur- I
veyor with permission to leave S
the state. * I
J. P. Upstill was appointed as 3
justice of the peace at Hanlon. I
A Trustee and Stewards Were
Elected Monday Evening
The business meeting of the
Methodist church called by Past
or Snow for Monday evening,
Oct. 21st, was well attended and
touch interest manifested by
* Mr. R. L. Greer was elected
trustee to fill vacancy by removal
of E. C. Pound to Brawley. The
pastor appointed as stewards:
Mrs. J. G. Newton, Mrs. V. Rapp,
Mrs. B. A. Strange, Mrs. H. B.
Gillispie, Mrs. R. L. Greer, Mrs.
M. E. Royce, Mrs. F. J. Cole and
Mrs. Trios*. Harding.
Mrs. Greer was elected presi
dent of the Epworth League and
Mrs. Strange superintendent of
Junior League. About $350 was
pledged at tihis meeting for the
pastor's salary. Sunday ser
vices are Sunday School 10 a. m. ;
preaching 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
by Rev. O. L. Snow. All are
cordially invited to attend these
A masquerade ball will be giv
en at Masonic hall next Thurs
day evening by the Eagle
Lodge. All eagles and their
friends are invited to attend and
enjoy a good time.
They Make You Feel Good
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the
health^ condition of the body and mind
which they create makes one feel joy
ful. Price, 26 cents. Samples free at
El Certtro Drug Store.
I Valley department I
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* EL CENTRO | Vit\tlJ HOLTVILLE #
(I ROY L. RUMSEY, Proprietor. |
I Warm Underve&s 1
I ror Dabykm |
8 Baby will need warmer clothing now, since the 8
H rain has cooled things off. We have three styles M
H of Wool Undervests. ft'
8 Ruben's vest [no buttons] in all wool, l|
m 50c to 75c each. ||
H Ruben's vest [no buttons] in half cot- ||
H ton, 25c to 40c each. m
II Baby's all wool vests, buttons in front, ft
||| coat style, 25c each. ( ||
8 Baby's all wool hose, pink, white or ||
H blue, 25c per pair. • m
I Men's and Boys' Clothing I
H Our clothing is made by one of the best eastern §1
I! factories and the selling price of each suit is 8
I stamped on the label. ill
Men's suits - - - $8.50, $10.50 and $13.50 I
Children's 2 -piece Suits $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00 ||
Men's Dress Pants - - - $2.00 to $5.00 I
Men's Corduroy Pants - - - - - $3.25 §1
m Dairymen, Attention! 1
We have just secured the agency for the De Laval il
Cream Separators and Supplies, and have sample ||
machines in stock for immediate delivery. You ||
H know the De Laval, and know how good it is, so ; ||
|| it is useless for us to say anything more in re- ||
II gard to its merits. When you need a separator, ||
[I see us for right prices. Cash, or time payments, ||
|| as desired. We also carry De Laval Separator ||
II Oil. Separators, oil and extras at both stores, m
II El Centro or Holtville. ||
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