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BRAWLEY UNANIMOUS FOR BRAWLEY.
For the information of the public and to settle any doubts which may exist in the minds of the
voters throughout the proposed IMPERIAL COUNTY, as to the unanimous co-operation of those in
any manner connected with the campaign of BRAWLEY FOR THE COUNTY SEAT, we the
undersigned, being all of the members of the committees in charge of the Brawley campaign, and ten of
the eleven delegates to the recent Non-Partisan Convention, do hereby pledge our undivided supT.x>rt and
fi'me to further the interest of Brawley, and will work and vote solely for BRAWLEY FOR THE
COUNTY SEAT; and after a careful study and investigation of the County Seat contest, we do ex-
press our belief in a particularly unanimous vote for BRAWLEY FOR THE COUNTY SEAT, at the
polls on August 6, and further declare it to be absolutely impossible for any man, or jet of men, to deliver
the Brawley precinct vote to any candidate lor the County beat, oilier than Brawley.
F. A. STAHL. Pres. Brawley Voters League and Delegate.
WM. T. DUNN, Sec Brawley Voters League -and Member of Executive Committee.
PHILO JONES, Chairman Executive Committee.
M. D. WITTER, Chairman Finance Committee and Delegate.
R. MALAN, Chairman Convention Delegation.
V GEO. J. HOLLOWAY, Member Executive Committee and Delegaie.
CHAS. N. STAHL, Member Executive Committee.
J. MILLER, Member Executive Committee.
). R. WADE, Member Executive Committee.
.OUIS LEE, Member Executive Committee. \f
;. A. FREDERICK. Member Finance Committee. (I (V
rV. B. EDGAR. Member Finance Committee.
W. H. BEST. Delegate to Convention. X X
WM. P. MANSFIELD. Delegate to Convention. f ?7
j. D. BENNETT. Delegate to Convention. /"\ jf'
F. H. KELLOGG. 1 Delegate to Convention. , / } j X
D. S. ELDER. Delegate to Convention. v-X r » \) . Jjr
J. C. BRADLEY, by Proxy, T. H. Kellogg, Delegate. 1/
ACKNOWLEGEMHNT. *> /ft '-'V
Btate of California, '(„ r
Bounty of San Djego. y
On this 23rd day of July, the year nineteen hundred and seven, before me, William T. Dunn, a
Notary Public in and for said County of San Diego, State of California, personally appeared F. A. Stahl,
Philo Jones, M. D. Witter, R. Mafan, Geo. J. Holloway, Chas. N. Stahl, J. J. Miller, G. R. Wade,
.ouis Lee, C. A. Frederick, W. B. Edgar, W. H. Best, Wm. P. Mansfield, J ; D. Bennett, T. H. Kel-
ogg and D. S. Elder, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrum-
ent, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year in this certifi-
cate first above written. *
[SEAL] WILLIAM T. DUNN,
Notary Puclic in and for San Diego county, State of California.
On this 23d day of July, the year nineteen hundred and seven, before me, R. F. Nice, Justice of the
D eace, in and for said County of San Diego, State of California, personally appeared Wm. T. Dunn,
known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to
me that he executed the same.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand the day and year in this certificate first above
vritten. R- F- NICE,
lustice of the Peace in and for San Diego County, State of California.
Hokton-lnterurban Railway Company
Leave Hollvilie 9:00 a. m. daily.
Arrive El Centro 9:30 a. m. daily.
Leave Ho)tviHe 4 rSO p. m. daily except
Arrive El Centro 5:00 p. in. daily ex
EAST BOCND • '
Leave El Centro 10:30 a. m. daily.
Arrive Holtville 11 :00 a. m. daily.
Leave El Centro 5:30 p. m. daily except
Arrive Holtville 6:00 p. m. daily except
Department of the Interior, United
States Land office, Los Angeles, Cal.,
July 23, 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by John L. At-
kins, contentant, againßt d«oert land
entry No. 3200, made Feb. 21 et, 1906,
for SK>£ of SE}4, section 8. township 16
8, R. 14 E, 8. B. M., by William Con-
rad, oontetitee. in which it is alleged
that said William Conrad has not com-
plied with the provisions of the desert
land law, in that he has made no ex-
penditure on said land, and the required
annual proof of the expenditure of one
dollar per acre has not been made. Said
parties are hereby notified to appear,
r«spond and offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o'clock a. in. on Sep-
tember 4th, 1907, before the register and
receiver at the United States Land office
in Los Angeles, Cal.
The said contestant Laving in a prop-
er affidavit, riled July 23, 1907, set forth
fccts which *how th*t after due diligence
personal service of tftia notice cannot be
made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that Bueh notice be given by due and
proper publication. , ,'
FRANK C. PRKSCOTT, Register.
O. R. W. ROBINSON, Receiver.
For constipation there is nothing quite
co nice urn Chamberlain's Btomach and
Liver Tablets. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the Dowels with-
out any disagreeable effect. Price 25
cents. Bamplee free at El Oentro drug
Tomatoes for sale at 2 cents per
pound. E. A. Gulick. 3 miles south-
west of El Centro, on Dahlia canal.
M. V. DUTCH ER
Real Estate and
Imperial Valley Lands a Specialty
Imperial Valley is the largest irrigated
district in the United States. The best
bargains on earth can be found in the
Imperial Valley. Anyone having Im-
perial lands they wish to sell or trade
for Los Angeles property will find it to
their advantage to consult me. My far
cilities for finding bargains for buyers
and buyers for bargains cannot be eur-
paesed. Write or wire me at 21 Mer-
cantile Place, Los Angeles, Cal. Home
Tel. 8182. Tel. Main 3440.
P A CT
Choice of Three Scenic Routes
Two Daily Trains
LOS ANGELES LIfUTED
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Any agent anywhere can tell you all about it or write to
KENNETH C. KERN, Commercial Agent, RIVERSIDE
y FOR SALE /
100 head of iirst class young dairy
cows 1 1 miles South of Pomona.
Came and see them milked ar.d see
the milk check, they are money mak-
ers. Price $uO. Some terms if
desired. For particulars address
Crawford & Davis.
Corona. R. F D No. 1. 16tf
WE'VE GOT IT
The court house! Come and see.
Your old whiskers removed and a clean
place made for new ones. Something
new; at the El Centro Barber Shop.
W. E. D., Prop. ,
|OASOUNE STOVES B
igg »t Sg 1 1 LAR O i£ sg
W P—^l DIRECT -|p|
§i 7^^^^^^ BURNER
|| J. STANLEY BROWN, El Centro H
MONEY BACK %2ir£
V ' ' ■~~» m »i..rt»~— . I. ii« ■■ of a Compe te n |
RAZORS I Ph "™ cia:
Art* guaranteed. Huv one try it, and if not
entifeiy eatis'actory bring it back and jret
your money. Shumate Razors sell from
$1.00 to $3.00, all guaranteed. : : :
Next to the Bank, \/ a ]l^ v Driia fo
ci centro Cai. valley uiug v^o.
Day Lumber Co. !
< ■ mi
'Independent Cut Rates j|
Brawley Rate applicable to j
El Centro. <J
BRAWLEY, - - - - CALIFORNIA S
Jt Stopped Clock
Is Ktqht twice a Day
You will be Ifigbt Every Day if you Pay your
Bills by Cbeelt
There Is no chance of dispute over a settlement if you have a
checking account and pay your obligations by check. Each
check is a receipt. The endorsement upon the back of the check
Is evidence that the party received the money. A checking
account Insures you from paying a bill twice, gives you a recotd
of your business, puts system Into^your transactions. You have
method and convenience In your business with a checking
account at the
Valky State Bank
€1 Centro, Cal