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♦ro«t «"»• rrfcnliiroorrt«poii<l*nt: The pastor, superintendent of the Surday School ard others atterded 'he dedication ol the church at Calexico, .Sunday. The primary class was delighted to fcave their old teacher. Mrs. Harding. «rtth them Sunday. Mr. Lawrence, the son of W. Law *er.ce. was bitten last week with some poisonous insect. He is getting better. Roy Havens has the measles, but is $ettlrg along nicely. Rev. Thorrque&t preached for Rev. Hacdock, last Sunday Mr ard Mrs Harding expect to re turn to the'r home soon, as Mrs Hard'.rg Is getting strong again and •hir.Vs sre can sp ertl tne summer here Rev. David Beaton. M. A. D. D exterslcn lecturer of Chicago Unlver tlty, will lecture at the school house, Siisbee. Monday. May 27th, at 8 ' o'clock. Subject: "The attraction of the Cross. Heroism In Christianity." Dr. Beaten is engaged to lecture at the Christian Wo-kers' Convention to be held at El Centro. May 30. He Is t great lecturer ard all will enjoy him. Everybody come. If you have land toseii or rent come tnd list with us. Ira Aten Land C:. Pianos The one price house of San Diego js selling pianos at eastern prices and underselling other coast houses. The One Price House sells tne famous Henry F. Miller. Chickerlng Bros.. }vers & Pond, Decker, Crown and oth er well known and proven makes and has exclusive agency for this county. Easy terms arranged. Thearle & sempany. 1025-1031 Fifth street, San Diego, Cal. Mrs. J. I. Shepherd, special local representative at Imperl il. n-24-tf List your iarrds with the Ira Aten Land Co They can give you best results. | See Wilson About It See Wilson About It I | : A WORD IN TIMB | || Ts of good advice and leads often to great opportunities. This is 1 U 1 especially so in real estate. In our judgment this is the time for W || a purchase of one or more lots in J£ *J£ 3£ 3£ 1 v mM _ MW .^_^.^^.. MM ,- MM — ..—. — -^-^»-^— —^- " ft l\ nnniTffrKTOTTriir"-"---"-----— "ir- — "'."Z"!™'" 1 'Vl | • I f|M M^ MHH , .MM. MM , ' I H c/1 The oppurtunity is open to all and jusl a little money is needed. g j| W %h We recomend investments in this property because we know jusl what i|| M is in store for it. Because the growth of the residence distridt is more P 1 || i| JjQ in evidence in this section of the valley than in any other at this present 3 Isf | S time. Because it is most favored in point of location and charm and c* (| & J because of guaranteed improvements and many more buildings. The g-> || W g electric plant is here, and the big ice manufacturing is here. It is the I v- Junction town and there are many large and substantial brick blocks J^ m I [i, all occupied. All these firmly fix the character of the property and ctT j$ H give assurance to the investors of a quick profit. There is also three- || acre tracts that are very profitable. One of these tracts will make a || I living for the average family. Come and I will help you figure. To i II wait means to pay more money and to forego the profits that are sure to (| 1 • be reaped, you should be among the firft. It is a proposition of safe | 1! investment with the amount to be gained with the little invested. :j| ! SEE WILSON ABOUT IT. I I Correspondence Solicited Over the Bank, El Centro Cal. | I Seei Wilson About It ■ See Wilson About It j Mrs. C. P. Conner, of Butte. Mont., has purchased Mrs Gray's 160 acres of land, east o f El Centro. and has be gun to Improve the same. School All the Year Many teAcherfj high school pupils, sid vsinced grAmtnAf grnde students, clerks, farm boys mid others lind spring mid Batntner vacation the very best time to take buflines*! llioflliand or civil service cour.se and prepare to double their in come when the busy fall season opens. The San Bernardino Business College is in session throughout the spring ami summer. Students enter Any weekday in the year niid get equal advantages. Owing to the altitude, dryness of ell* mate and ocean breezes of this section ami to the lofty mountains shutting out the desert wind?, people work the entire year without inconvenience The Lightning Legible Shorthand is taught here by it? author in about half the time and for half the cost of the old systems. This i" also .«aid to lu> the on ly school in California milking H special ty of training for the U. S. civil service Write for particulars. Smii Bernardino llii.jiii.-sx rfoil pap] San l'rrnanlino. Cal, Colorado River dajre Taken At uma Dally rrean sage heu ht and dis charge of the Colorado river at Yurna Arizona for week ending May 18. 1907: Date Gap* Heigh: Discharge May 12 23 00 30 600 May 13 22 85 30.400 May 14 22 65 29.500 May 15 22 65 29.200 May 16 22 7-- 30 000 May 17 22 70 29.600 May 18 22 80 28 600 Kec:ama:ion Service. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land office at Los Angeles, Cal., May Bth, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Joseph Tresbii; of Silsbee, Cal., has riled notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of i is claim, viz: Home- stead entry No. 9647, made Sept. 10, 1901, for the a 1-2 of N\V 1-4 and E 1-2 of SW 1-4, section 10, township 16 S, range 13 E, S. B. M. and that said proof will be made before register and receiv- er at Los Angele, Cal., on July 26, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land: W. K. Vander- pool, W. li. Wagele, John E. High, Ira B. Barrass, all ol Silsbee, Cal. FKANK C. PKEfcCOTT, Jl5-Jl3 Register for Sale at a Bargain One Bradley 2 disc plow used Just enough to test It. Enquire at Kendle's store. Holtvllle. Cal. 3tf Wilson Says He has one 12 foot ball bearing Deerlng header left and will sel! It for, well you had better come In and 'alk It over; it will go cheap, or will trada^ See Wilson about It Imperial. Cal. m Notice of Assessment IMPKRIAL WAFER COMPANU NO. 5. location of principal plac/ of business at Holtvllle, California Notice Is hereby given that at af meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 6th day of May, 1907. an assess- ment of fifty (50) cents per share was levied op all the issued capital stock of the corporation, payable Immediate ' |y to C. H. Eckert. the secretary, at the office of the company. In the A'a- mo hotel building, Holtvllie, California. Any stock upon which this assess- ment shall remain unpaid on Saturday, the Bth day of June. 1907. will be de- j Hi quent and will be advertised for sale i at public auction and unless payment is made be'ore will be sold at the of- , fice of the company at Hnltville. Cali- fornia, on Saturday, the 29th day of; June, 1907. to pay the delinquent as- 1 sessment. together with costs of adver- j tlslrg and expenses of sa!e. By order of the Boa'd of Directors, mll-jl C. H. Eckert Secretary \ IHPERIAL BAKERY Henry J. Kerker, Prop. j The best of Bread, Pies and Cakes East 9th St., Imperial, Cal. | H. Woods w'n&'m CHicago * >oib *a*!nl *o* famous Mermaid brand o> C«mi«'opes trom Coachena, 'i * Cdiilorriia di:» me iamuu» tl Centro tantaiopes. at El Centro Calitorma. r Best Possible Price Obtained S \ GENERAL PRODUCE COM- i t MISSION MERCHANT * J Potatoes, Tomatofs— All Kinds of Domestic fruits in Car Lots j[ LODGE NOTICES LTI Centro Lodge, U. D. f F. A L-M M. Stated tneetingn in Masonic Hall, El Ontro, first Monday of each month. 7:30 I*. M. Members and visiting Masons invited to attend. I). 11. CHAPLIN, W. M' El Centro Lodge, F. O. E.. meets the first four Thursday nights of each mouth. Members and visiting Kagles ■&.«-;ife<l,to nttei.d. . . Ci.v'Kv. iNvHICEb Presbyterian Church Preaching Services in El Centro First and Third Sundays of each month at 2:.'M) p. in. All are cordially invited to attend. Rkv, A. H. Croco, 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. I»ROR:SSIONAL CARDS MW. CONK LING, ' Attorney at Law Land offtce matters a Specialty EL CKNTRO, CALIFORNIA FRANKLIN J. COLE Attorney-at-Law Admitted to practice in all courts Corporation work a Specialty HOLTVILLE. - • CALIFORNIA Teller sells Singer sewing machines P. 0. building, Imperial. tf ■ iou on vc«-y eaiy terms and long time; all in Water Co. No. I. See Wilson about It. El Centro. 2tf NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land office nt I .or Angeles, Cnl., May lot, 1007. Notice is hereby given ',hat Lucien h, Forrester, of Imperial, Cal., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of hig chum, viz: Homestead entry No. 961 1, made .Tulv 2, 1001, for the HE 1-4 of NK 1-4 and K 1-2 of HK 1-4, See. 2, and NK 1-4 of NK 1-4 Sec. 11 T. 10 8, 11. 13 K, 8. R. M., and that Raid proof will be made before reniater Rlid receiver at Lob An- • elea, Cal., on June I2th, 1007. Me names the following witneSRCS to \V his con Undone residence upon and •Ration of the land, viz.: Thomas \ing. of Silsbee; Cal.'J P, J. Storms, hlh-p, Cal.; William 11. Brooks, of Bernardino, Cal.j \V. 11. Poole, of •rial, Cal. FRANK C. PUEBCOTT, "m-j8 Ileitiater. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF— NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States land office Los Angeles. Cal , April Bth, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Km inn K. Morgan, of El Centro, Cal., assignee of Ada I). Perry, has filed notice of inten- tion to irinkw proof on her desert land claim, No. 2ii.'t2, for t- e \\y t o f NlOi^. Sec. 22, T. 10 S, U. 14 E, S. B. M. f be- fore register and receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on Friday, theßlh day of July, 1907: She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and recla- mation of eald land : Jesse L McGuire, John L AtkiiiH, Isaac A. Morgan, Wil- liam J. DrlggerSj James T. King, F. G. Havens, all of El (Vntro, Cal. FRANK C PKEBCOTT, "'-25 j-22 Uegleter NOTICE POR PUBLICATION. Department of the interior, Land ofiice at Los Angeles, Cal., May lHt, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Llicien L. Forrester, of. Imperial, Cal., guardian of the minor iieii-H of Laura H. Miller, deceased," has filed notice of his inten- tion to make final fivo year proof in sup- port of their claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 9824, made Dec. IH, 1901, for the NE#, Sec. 27, T. 10 S, H 13 E, S. B. M., and that Buid proof will be made before register and receiver at Los Anueles, Cal., on June 12th, 1907. He names the f.-.llmvine witnesses to prove his continuous residencenp jii and cultivation of the land, viz.: P. J. Storms, of Silsbee, Cal. ; Frank Webb, of Silsb^e, Cal. ; Thomas Harding, of bilsbee, Cal.; W. H. Poole. of Imperial, Cal. FRANK C. PRESCOTT, Register. mll-j8 [ WRITE TO Johnson & Musser Seed COMPANY 103 N. 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