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"^on-Partisan Nominees
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Regular Son*P«flis*fl Nominee
FOR MTKRIOR JUDGE
.i M. ksiILKMAN
Regular Sofl Partisan Nominee
FOR DISTItIi T ATTORNEY
'"!).' S. KI.PKR
Regular Non-PiUti«m> Nominee
FOR COUNTY CLERK
PA U 1. ROMAN
Regular Non-Pnrti?nn Nominee
FOR TREAsI'KKR
MOBLKY MEADOWS
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee
FOR SHERIFF
T. J. MITCHELL
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for
COUNTY CORONER
,T. B. HOFFMAN
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for
COUNTY ASSESSOR
JOHN I.. BAKER
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for
COUNTY RECORDER
.1. E. C.USR
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee
FOR 80PERIXTEXDE.VT OF SCHOOLS
TUGS. J. KELLOG
Regular Xon-Partisan Nominee
FOR AUDITOR
1 niOS. HARDING
Regular Non-Partisan Nominee
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
E. E. FORRESTER
RegulaJ Non-Partisan Nominee
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
E. H. GAINES
"Regular Non-Partisan Nominee
FOR SURVEYOR
TAX COLLECTOR
Being the non-partisan nominee for
rthe office of
TAX COLLECTOR
"T hereby solicit the vote of the people at
election. August 6, lno7.l n 07.
THOS. HARDING.!
J. K. CARR
Regular non-partisan nominee for
County School Superintendent
.Solicits the support of the voters at the
election August Otli. 1907.
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Independent Nominees
1
COUNTY CORONER.
I hereby announce myself as an inde-
pendent candidate for the otiice of coun-
ty coroner of the county of Imperial,
subject to the will of the voters August :
6, 1907. Wm. WESSEL.
• , i
COUNTY SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself m an inde-
pen dent candidate for the oflice of Conn- i
ty Sheriff of Imperial county from Holt- I
ville, subject to the will of the voters
August 6, 1007. M. V. HARRIS*,]
SUPERIOR JUDGE
To the voters of Imperial county: I
.hereby announce myself as an inde-
pendent candidate for the oflice of su-
perior judge. Respectfully yours, '
11. N. DYKE.
COtWTV SHERIFF
-I hereby announce myself as an inde-
pendent candidate for the ofiice of sher-
iff of the new county, subject to the will
of the voters, August 6th, IW7.
C. C. BOWLES
COUNTY IL.KKK
I hereby announce myself as an inde-
pendent candidate for countyclerk, sub-
ject to the approval of the people at the
election August G, 1907.
JOHN M. WITMAN.
Announced as an independent candi-
date July 1. Settler in valley with fam-
ily since April, 1904.
J. I. SHEPHEhD.
Independent candidate for
SUPERIOR JUDGE
A graduate of law department State Un-
iversity of lowa. Admitted to prac-
tice in three states, including Califor-
nia. Twenty years constant practice
sit the bar.
Constipation
rur constipation there is nothing quite
*o nice as Chamberlain's Btotnach and
layer Tablets. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels with-
out any disagreeable effect. Price 25
cents. Samples free at El Centro drug
store.
MORE BIG SALES
Property in El Centro and Close to
Town is Ih'mandino.lliQh Trices
R*a* estate transfers and tins prices
of property !s oae of the very best In
dicators'as to vi.'eh is the favorite
pace to invest i•. real estate, and It
also shows how the buyers fee! re
garding the present campaign which
some of the tov-s of the valley are
now conducing. For the past three
months the ss.e Of town lots in El
Centro has b-?en steadily on the in
crease, but the iast *e?k has shown a
decidedly healthy growth, and es
pecia.iy :s th's fus of farm lands dose
to towr. >
Last week H. C. G'iswo'.d sold to
James W W.vde. c: San Diego, 100
acres off :ne Baicom ranch just west
of town. This "CO acres was taken
from the south side of the tract and is
qui'e a little way from the center of
town. The sale was for pract'eaily all
cash and the 100 acres brought
$10,000. This is the h'ghest price
ever paid In the valley for a tract as
iarge as this. Three and six acre
tracts of land adjoining "the townsite
have brought as high as $220 an acre.
|t is considered that tHe gentleman
from San D'ego made a remarkably
good buy.
The owner cf the comer lot just
east of the Valley State Bank buiiding
was offered and refused S4OOO for
his lot The man who made the offer
is a valley man arc has had a chance
to learn about ho v things are gain?
over the rest of the valley. Less
than two years ago this iot sold for
$1000.
Town lots are selling very fast, and'
the iist of property owners is 'growing
quite lengthy. Parties from all ever
the valley are taking the opportunity
to purchase iots now while they can
get them at the original price, fur it is
a known fact that the present prices
will not long continue so low ss they
are now.
Tomatoes for sale at 2 cents per
pound. E. A. Gullck" 3 miles south
west of El Centro. on Dahlia canal.
In the matter of the school tax of El
Centro school district, in the county
of San Dies_'O, state of California.
Whereas*; In the judgment of the hoard
of trustees of El Centro school district,
iii the county of San Diego; state of Cal
ifornia, it is advisable to call an election
and submit to the electors of said dis
trict the question of voting a special tax
to the amount of ($1500) Fifteen Hun
dred dollars; to furnish school facilities!
for the school district to maintain a
school, for Imildihg and furnishing a
school house.
Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered —
First — That such unction be and the
same is hereby called to lie held on the
10th day of Au-ust. 1907, between the
hours of II o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock
p. in. of said day, at the school house in
said district.
becond — That the. following named
persons be and theyare hereby appoint
ed officers to conduct the said election,
viz: J. K. Tout as judge and A. Shep
pafd as judge and F. ; G. Havens as in
spector.
Third — That such election be called
by posting notices signed by this board;
iii three of the mnst public places in the
district, Viz: Public school house, post
oflice and at cross roads west of town for
not less than twenty days before the
election and that such notice be pub
lished in the Imperial Valley Press, h
newspaper printed and published in. said
San Diego county, not less than once a
week for three successive weeks prior to
the date of holding such election.
Fourth— That such notice shall be aa
follows, to-wit:
Election Notice — School Tax
State of California, )'„_
County of San Diego. • f
Notice is hereby given to the qualified
electors of El Centro school district, tan
Dieuo county, California, that in ac
cordance with the provisions of sections
1830 to 1839, Political Code, an election
will be held on the 10th day of August,
A. D., 1907, at which will be submitted
to the qualified electors of said district
the question of voting a special tax to
furnish school facilities for the school
district, to maintain a school, for build
ing and furnishing a school house.
It will be necessary to raise for this
purpose the sum of $1500.
The polls will he opened 'at public
school house from II o^clock a. m. until
3 o'clock p. in.
The following persona are hereby ap
pointed officers to conduct said election,
viz : J. E. Tout as judge, A. Bheppard
as judge, F. G. Havens as inspector.
Ira A ten,
E. M. Adams,
H. M. Kinne,
. District School Trustees.
Dated at El Cei.tro, Cal'., July 13, '07.
J2O-aIO
Election Notice
SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX
Notice ii hereby given to the quali
fied clot-tor? of Eucalyptus School Dli«
trict, County of San Diego, State of
California, that an election will l>* hfld
on til- 1 4 1 1 < day of August A. IV 1907,
at which will ho submitted theqiiestiofl
of voting n It to pay for the school
building pUMhfleed from the Silsbee
School District. Said tax to be $10*)
One hundred Dollars per year for eight
year*.
It will bo necessary to raise for this
purpose the sum of f^OO.OO
The polls will he open at Hi« School
Hotise, from two o'clock P. M.. until
six o'clock V. M.
The officers appointed to conduct tin
election are :
A. I! i.. hkopf, Inspector
W. H. Poole,' Judge
I.. 1.. Forrester; Judge
W.' E. Wilsie,
W. K. Waldrop,
1.. K. Forrester,
School Trustees
j27-alO I i < ai vi-ti - School Distkict
Classified Liners
Llnera un.h-r tins Heading win ne in-
aerted for 5 cents a line each insertion.
FOR SAU: OR RUNT
FOR SALE-^-lloiVp'ehold goods and
farm machinery also brood sows,
must sell at once. Jacob Human 14-lt)
FOR t\ALE — 1 horse for sale 01 trade
for shoataT3 cowsj 1 fresh; for sale.
Enquire of A. I. Baker, 2 miles south-
west of El Centro. 4tf
FDR SALE-30 head milk cows, 1
Holstein bull, 12 heifers. This stock
is located at corner of Filinore st.
and Magnolia aye, Arlington station,
RiverskTei Cal. Enquire of or ad-
• Ires;-, A. E; Priink* same place. IStf
FOR SALE — 20 vomiii cows, it) heifers.
and calves. Write H. O. Siss.oii or
see stock at Will Van Horn's. 14tf
FOR RENT— I6O acres of laud 2 1-2
miles east of El Centro on Holtyille
railroad; will furnish alfalfa seed,
water, lioir fence and brood sows and
give you all you can make in two years.
time fui" leveling 140 acres. L: V.
Sisson, Santa Ana, Cal. 14tf
FOR: SALE— IOO tons of baled barley
hay, mixed with a little alfalfa. \\ .
S. Moore; 4 miles south of El Centro.
3tf
LOST~~
LOST— 1 ".etwee 11 El Centro and 'Nor
ton's rancin Heavy leather halter ;
bnckskiii hitch strap with snap at-
tached, good as new. Finder p ease
leave at Press office. lotf
LOST — A genuine Panama bat between
Imperial .-'Aye* and the Dahlia ditch
on the Wilsie road. Please return to
Press office 15-10
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR TUADK— Two heavy work horses
will trade for hoga or milk cow and
hogs. Address box 32, Brawley. 14tf
WANTED .
WANTED — SO to 320 acres good pro-
ductive land ; state full particulars as
to location"; improvements., price and
terms. Address, Buyer,' P. O. hox
VA7-2, Los Angeles, Cal. 16 ; I9
rr H RR E E S A L ESM E N W A N T ED— Fo r
our new county, township and rail-
road survey of California. Counties,
towns; and railroad stations are fully
indexed with location, population and
many other features too numerous to
mention. Splendid opportunity for
energetic men. Rand, McNa'ly &
Co.. ChicaL'o, 111. S'Jtf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
MW. CONK LING,
' Attorney at Law
liaml offtVe matters a Specialty
EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA
FRANKLIN J. COLE
Attorney-at-Law
Admitted to practice in all courts
Corporation work a Specialty
HOLTVILLE - - CALIFORNIA
560 acres of fine soft sandy land
with 560 shares water stock. An Ideal
place for a stock ranch. Bert R.
Chaplin. Imperial. Cal. 50tf
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land oflice
at Los Angeles, Cal., July 11th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Henry W.
Lake, of Heber, Cal., has filed notice of
his intention to make final five year
proof in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead entry No. 9789. made Dec.
2, 1901, for the NE 1-4 of NE 1-4. Sec 22,
VV 1-2 of NW 1-4 and NE 1-4 of NW 1-4,
Section 23, Township 10 S, Range 14 E.,
S. B. M., and that said proof will be
made before the United States Commis-
sioner at his office in San Diego, Cal., on
August 30th, 1907.
Ke names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of the land, viz : C. F.
Perry, of San Diego, Cal. ; John Patter-
son, of San Diego, Cal.; A. V. Lake, of
Lemon Grove, Cal. ; E. G.. Irwin, of
Silsbee, Cal. nm
FRANK C. PRESCOTT, Register.
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