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rotators in 1801. Thl? M-mark«Me Itrm i» reprinted In the Ixindnn Timen Ju*t n trntury nTtrr Itn flr»t publication. October 10. I S01: "A Mr. Varher of Heckfonl farm, near Pool©, lasl jmr plant rd one \*> tnto. which prodQCtSJ him 32.% In num ber, and there *oul<l have tveen *UU more had not a boj lost one «»f the Cjrci after thr p»^tato t»a^ cut In pteeeji. The farmer, having «>avcd the whole of them, had then planted, whkh he ha* now dug up. nnd find* thnt they hnvr multiplied to the num ber of ?:.%«, and w.ich 18 cwt I qrt» . wi.ich certainly if. n ur> pr« at in create from one finple rvn^t In two >car*." A Strong Tram C. U- John and 1. W. olea#©o ha>o formal n jmtnrrship for the trar.* action of rvnl rMMc bnslne*?. nnd %HI bftfC offlrc* In tho Rabldous Mock. Mr Qleason ha.« made n dis tinct inccesa in hi* «ork for In:^"" lAl. and Mr. John ha* bo<*n equally roccessfnl In real rstatr and bulMing and loan orxration*. The firm will bo a strong one.— Rlrcrwdo Pr«*. S;njply Wcaicrful. l". C. Holdortnan of Tustin has re turned from a visit to Imperial. S.in DicKo county. whcr<* be was invoti patins a land proportion. Mr. Hold« ena&n fays tho development of the Imperial country is simply wonderful. —-Santa Ana leader. BRANDING IRONS AND EVERYTHING IN RUBBER STArVIRS L. A. RUBBER STAMP CO. M to?^ WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU J. E. WISEMAN. NOTARY PUBLIC 10$ S^uth Broaiwiy. Los Angeles. Cx\. Hc»4l»jB»rirr* for CkSif^mU School aed Gvtrra-rfn! L»n£+ LanJ* t>*r *!! vort»>*-*» locatei] in al3 Coeai»«-*» Scb«>3 l»as<l» nrtiaiff «<> C«*ditlo«« !•• lt«e «n th«-m <»r calt«*ate Inem, and may be ta.krn »• is laTCSlaeat. Seed *ta«jp <or Uo4 book. OOOOOCX>OCX»OOCXX)OOOC<XX:OOOOOOCOOOCXXX)OOOOOOOOCOOOC^ X ±Vt m> BEST QUALITY, STEEL FRAME, LEVER g § i ft«iNttJ l -^^ HARROW. TWO SECTIONS. g § I®!^*^/%^ 6° TEETH, ONLY $13.00 0 | A full Line of Implements and Vehicles | 2 Including STUDEBAKER WAGONS. OLIVER PLOWS. Batcman Col- 2 A tivator?, >undard Mow«-r>. Hay Kakt-*. Superior Beet an«l Grain Drilli, q 5 Canton Corn Piantt-rs and Plows. Hoover Tutato Diggers, Shellers, Se«d- O 2 ere, etc Write for Catalogue. O 2 NEWELL MATHEWS CO. X x 200 N. Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, Cal. £ OOOOOn^ OOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ SEPTEMBER CIRCULATION OF THE Los Angeles Times FOR 12 YEARS. The following fisrurf* thow the daily average number of copies printed, cir- culated and cold by The Times in the month of September, from I^'X) to l'*ol, incisive, . period of twelve year* : SEPTEMBER, 1890, 6,7 7 2 SEPTEMBER, 1891, 9, I 7 7 SEPTEMBER, 1892, 10,0 7 6 SEPTEMBER, 1893, I 2,2 4 I SEPTEMBER, 1894, 12,7 0 8 SEPTEMBER, 1895, I 5,4 0 I SEPTEMBER, 1896, 17,670 SEPTEMBER, 1897, - 2 0,0 6 0 SEPTEMBER, 1898, : 2 4,5 4 2 SEPTEMBER, 1899, 2 4,5 5 8 SEPTEMBER, 1900, 2 6,7 3 7 SEPTEMBER, 1901, 3 0, I 59 At the tim* of the aattttinfttloa of the President *ev<?ral «-xtra edition* were printed, none of which are included in tho above figure* for September, 1001. The averaKf circulation of the Hcxday Timkj* for «-acli Boodav of September 1900, Mas 37.3V3 c(i\jU'^ and for StMitember 1001, the BTeragfl won 46,700. Tiu* circulation of The TiMta i» growing fa*U*r than at any pruvioua period in its history. m , Tub Times also print* a jfreaUT numU-r of \*w* and more reading matter thao »ny other daily publication west of the M Hockit-if." ? I I The Los Angeles Furniture Company I v Carpets — Rugs -- Draperies £ v v, T 225*227-220 South Ilroail wny-Opponlto City Hall. Lot An o olo*. Cal. v. V Give Good Furniture > 5 £ J[ Nothing makes a more practical Xmas j»i!*t than some good article of fc Furniture which will stand the test of years and always be a pleasant £ ** remembrance of the giver. » A * I ? Our Holiday Assortment is Now Complete £ From it you can select articles for Mother, Wife, Brother or Sister — » A Ivasy chairs for the Old Folks—Parlor Pieces for the Young Married fc % Couple — Blacking Cases for the Votiiiß Man— Music Cabinets or * J Toilet Tables tor ihc Young Lady and so on through a splendid * A <^ storeful of magnificent gift pieces— and you'll find the prices ** temptingly reasonable. - IMI'KKfAI. PRHSS FIRST NATIONAL BANK "T™ Largest National Hank in Southern California CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - - $730,000.00 DEPOSITS ------ 53.000.000.00 , rTTrnr Buy and sell Bills of Xx- . r nraL . J.M. Elliott, LEHERS change and make Cable - C^? I President Transfers on all points. 2nd \ Ico-I rea. OF Issue Commercial and W. G. Kcrckhofr, Travelers' Credits avail- W.T.S.Hammond, Vice-Preaident CREDIT able in all P arts of the Ajl<!t - CMhlcr world : : : : : : NO PUBLIC FUNDS OH OTHER PREFERRED DEPOSITS RECEIVED J JEPSEN & SON Wholesale Manufacturers of NARMESS Saddlery Goods, farmers' Supplies, Stockmen's Outfits Best Goods Lowest Prices 116, 118. 120 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. John Wiporc & Sons Co. MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Belting, Packing and Tools LOS ANGELES. CAL.