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Tbe Rise of Saltoi Sea
The following table showing the rise of the water In the Salton sea shows that a tremendous volume of water has beer, emptying Into that sink the past two months. During the month of January the rise has been steady and gradual. During December changes In the gage height only took place on the date given: December 1, 1906 71.35 •• 2 71.25 13 71.45 <• 15 71.55 " 18 71.65 19 71.75 •« 20 71.85 •• 22 71.95 •• 23 72.05 " 24 72.15 ,i 05 72.26 11 26 .72 35 g; !72.35 28 72 35 29 J2 45 „ 3q3 q " .72 45 „ 31 " 72 55 January 1, 1007.'.'." .'.'.'.'.' .'.'.'.'.' .'.'.'.'. ".72.65 " 2. 72.75 „ g' 72 85 11 4 '" 72 95 "5 72 95 1. g" ..73!05 11 7 " -3Q 5 it g !?3 15 „ g -3 jg •1 jo ..73.25 II JJ »Q .jC " 12 73 55 11 13 .73 65 • I JQ J3 95 J 7 74 Q 5 i< jg 7415 19 '.'.'"".'. 74.25 .1 20 74 J5 free Literature Congressman S. C. Smith has sent to the Press office to be distributed free the books and circulars published by the government regarding experi mental works carried on throughout the United States. He has sent those that are most applicable to this sec tion and all you need to do Is to call at or write to the Press office and you will receive any of the following that you may ask for. Be sure and order by number: No. 246 — Saccharine Sorghums for Forage. No. 225— Experiment Station Work XXIX. No. 267 — Experiment Station Work XXXVII. No. 227— Experiment Station Work XXX. No. 263 — Practical Information for Beginners in Irrigation. No. 186— Experiment Station Work XXIII. No. 128 — Eggs and Their Uses as Food. No. 103— Experiment Station Work XI. No. 73— Experiment Station Work IV. No. 236 — Incubation and Incubators. No. 158— How to Build Small Irriga tion Ditches. No. 58 — The Soy Bean as a Forage Crop — Soy Bean as Food for Man. No, 139— Emmer: A Grain for the M R pHomeseekers -^ g I Colonists I S*j Should take advantage of the excellent Tourist Cat service from *r^t [i New Orleans to the Imperial Settlements maintained by. Mf a the h? i SOUTHERN PACIFIC g [j v^^t^^V '"' The only roed Into the Imperial Valley. lA I jSvfl«Sv%\ l?or Information Write »r Ask A. I). AUdh rst.O Ll firife >?\5^H Agent, 1:1 Ccntro; or T. A. Graham, A. Q. T. &ft rl^^l^^^P 600 South Spring Street, £*£ Semi- Arid Regions. No. 37 — Kaffir Corn: Characterls ' tics. Culture and Uses. No. 32— Silos and Silage. No. 262— Experiment Station Work XXXVI. No. 106— Breeds of Dairy Cattle. No. 105— Experiment Station Work Xlt. Wilson has lots of calls from parties who want to lease Imperial Valley ranches. Come in Mr. Landlord and see Wilson about it, if you want to lease your ranch. At Thelma Hotel, Imperial, Cal. CHURCH NOTICES Presbyterian Church Preaching Services In Xl Centro First anil Third Sundays of each month at 2:3Ojp. ni. All are cordially invited to attend. Rkv, A. 11. Cnoco, Pastor. Christian Church Preaching in the Hotel Franklin every Second and Fourth Sunday of the month. You are invited to attend. Rkv. J. F. Tout. Pastor. Imperial Have You Tried It? Valley Th ° se wh ° bave say q • It's fine. On sale at OVVISS all grocery stores In PhDDCDI the valley * A home I/Ilvt/Ovl product. Made at VAN HORN'S RANCH 5 miles south of El Centro • The Kind You Want 27 Post Card Views of the Colorado and New River For sale at , El Centro 39 Postoffice Notice to the Public Notice is hereby given that the under- signed, a citizen of the United States has taken possession of and now occupies the tract of land described as the N 1-2 of NEJ£ and tlie SE^of NKJ£ of Sec. 35 and the NE>£ of hE l / 2 of St c. 35, Tp 14 S, R. 14 E, and the W' l A of N\V#, and the \\y 2 of SWJ£ of Sec. 36, Tp. 14, S, It. 14 E, S. B. Mf; accordijg to the survey of these lands made in 1900 by tlie Sunset Commercial company and commonly called Bothwel. survey. This land is unoccupied and unclaimed by anyone except the undersigned and in at present iu the same condition as un- surveyed public lands, as the numbers properly describing them have been used by other parties and applied to other lands in making entry thereon And I hereby certify that it is my bona- tide intention to occupy and improve the land herein claimed and to file a desert filing on the said land according to the United States land laws as soon as the survey now being made shall be completed and the map properly de- scribing Paid land is filed in the U. S. Land office and the lands opened for entry. Signed: GEORGE E. SCOTT. Witness : E. Stdrgill. Dated at Brawley.Cal., Nov. 22, 190(5. 40-44* The Imperial Valley Press Stands at the head of Imperial Valley Papers. Our Motto: "The Valley's Interests, Always." Largest Circulation Subscription: $1.00 per Year Published Every Saturday at El Centro, Cal. U The Holton Power Co, has the jj H best equipped Machine Shops || il in the Imperial Valley, Firsts m class workmen are employed il ip and all kinds of m I blacksmithing' 1 U Repairing and Machine Work jp g done promptly and reasonably |f i E FROMME, Master Mechanic Iffi I EL CENTRO, CAUFORNIA | FTEN THOUSAND PLANTS Of Yt&& BURBANK'S WONDERFUL • CRIMSON WINTER RHUBARB We are going to give them away Read*our liberal offer* below, bftfore you pass on. The TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL is the widest read, best printed, best illustrated, most progressive and interestina magazine for Farmers, Fruit Growers, Poultrymen, Dairymen and the rural Inhabitant of any publication west of tlie Rockies. Twenty-five thousand people on the Pacific Coast take the TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL into their homes and read it, because it's a great paper and has a message of interest for them— every Issue. But we want the TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL to go into five thousand more homes on this coast. Hence, we make tlie following offer. When you finish reading this you will be compelled to say that it is fair and that there is no "string" to it. It is mado open and above board, and is going to cost us a bunch of money. We don't mind that, so long as you read what wo say and act on It. Now, as stated, we are going to GIVE AWAY 10,000 plants of Bar* bank's Crimson Winter Rhubarb. This creation of the great Burbank is one of the most wonderful plants in tl e world. It is called the "Mortgauo Lifter," because it is bo prolific and always sells so readily at a good price. A single plant will produce from 80 to 100 stalks at a time— and it keep! growing. Not only that, but it is as ornamental ns the palm or banana tree. Its leaves are very large and of a beautiful rich green, and that at a time of year when green vegatation is scarce.' Remember that we don't ask you to pay anything for the Rhubarb plants. They are free. We will send them to you postpaid and won't aek you for a cent. But to show that you are willing to be as liberal with us as we are with you, we want you to send us 50 cents for the 1 OWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL lor a year. Now hold on I Don't say that you knew that there was a "string" to our offer. There isn't. The most liberal part of this offer is yet to come. Read on : Write us for the Rhubarb Plants NOW. It will cost you nothing but the postage stamp on your letter. When we send them we will also mail you some sample conies of the TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL, and will continue to mail them to you for three months. If at the end of that time yon are dissatisfied with it — if it does not prove up to your expecta- tions— write us and say so, and without a word of argument we will send you back your 50 cents. That will give you the TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL three months FREE, to say nothing of the two Rhubarb Plants. Now, isn't that a fair offer? Isn't it a liberal one? A FINE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE FREE That is what it will amount to— and a valuable premium to "boot." Of course if you don't tell us at th. end of three months to stop the paper, we will keep on sending it and will enter your name on our sub- scription books for a year. Now, we have secured only 10,000 of these'wonderful Burbank Crim- son Winter Rhubarb Plants. They're not bo plentiful as they might be and as they're sure to be some day. So you would better hurry up. Write us NOW, if you want them. They're bound to go like wildfire, so act quickly and secure them. TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL 3081 Twenty- First Street. San Francisco, Calif. Free Crimson Winter Rhubarb Blank Sign this and send it to uh at once. TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL : Send me "Town and Country Journal" for a year unless I tell you to stop it at the end of three months. Also send me two Crimson Winter Rhubarb Plants. I enclose 50 cents, which you are to return to me if I tell you at the end of three months to stop my subscription. Yours truly, , Sign Address Name * Town State. Give name of paper this is clipped from. W. 3m MitcHell, WAjcH^ Eighth Street IHPERIAL, CALIFORNIA 4. 4.