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Saturday, July 10, 19u9.
The health ofllcers are assured by
chemists and bacteriologists of th-
State University that the water Bupply
of Drawley is not the agency by whicn
typhoid has been spread in the town.
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The Drawley Co-Operatlve Building
Company has Btarled the work of mak
ing concrete blocks for the new croam
ery. Already the foundation has
been completed and before the first
of August the walls will be up nnd
the roof on. Part of the interior will
remain unfinished until the machin
ery is installed, some time in Sep
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Father Burelbach, the Catholic priest
who serves the valley parishes, has
purchased 40 acres of land In No. -8,
formerly owned by J. F. Roth. This
land will be Improved and made more
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The Threlk'elds are -building a new
home on Keystone Aye. near H street.
It is to be a five room house with all
the modern improvements.
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Mrs. M. D. Witter has returned from
the Central Hospital at El Centro,
where she was cared for .during an
attack of typhoid fever, and Mr. Wit
ter, editor of the News,. has been tak
en to the Pacific Hospital in Los An
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. J. L. Dt; Ila yon, of Los Angeles, who
bought a quarter section of land In
No. 5 from J. J. O'Brien has returned
to the city after harvesting his crop.
In the early fall, he will return and
put the entire place in alfalfa.
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F. A. Math, the local weather ob
server, and H. A. Jones, located at
Salton Sea, have temporarily exchang
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Seven of the large plate glass win
dows to be used in the new Holt
building, worth approximately $300,
were smashed at the depot. The build
ing is almost completed but this will
hold it back for a time.
Bids for building the city water sys
tem will-be called for this month, and
it is expected that construction will
begin about October 1.
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Water Co. No. 1 Is placing combi
nation locks, on its gates to prevent
persons other than its employes from
turning on water.
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Imperial's celebration of Independ
ence Day nil meted about a thousand
visitors from other points in the val
ley. There was a big parade in the
morning, a barbecue at noon, a pro
gram of sports in the afternoon, fire
works and dancing in the evening.
The quarter-mile .. race was won by
Millard's saddle horse Prince; Dcx
second, and Bermuda third. Quarter
dash: Old Hickory first, Stratton sec
ond. Half-mile: El Bernardo first,
Harvey Clark second, Snucks third.
Motor cycle race was won by Lou Tits
worth. Hundred yard dash won by
Harry Puller In 10 seconds. No ac
cidents and no fires.
Ranchers In the vicinity of Calexlco
haven't a large acreage in cantaloupes
but those that are being shipped from
this point are of fine quality — mostly
Btandanls and but few ponies.
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An ordinance relative to Sunday
.closing of Calexlco mercantile houses
will be brought up for action at the
v next meeting of the board of city
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Marina Gateus, connected with the
Mexican customs house in Mexican,
died last week as a result of a heat
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For the next three months Calexico
will be without electric lights at night.
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The Southern Pacific Company has
been granted the privilege of clearing
and grading Ulcbor street from first
street to the Doundary canal. The
object is to make Heber avenue the
oroßsing and the Rock wood avenue
crossing will be put out of corainls
(1. S. Helms, who has boon employed
In the Assessor's ofllce for some time,
has taken a position in Citizens Bank
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A. C. Philips, who has been road
master on the Holton Inter-Urban for
some time, has gone to Portland, Ore
gon. His plnco will be filled by J. A.
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The announcement that Mr. Peter
son expected soon to pull down his
brick plant here, load the same onto
a wagon and cart it away has caused
very little uneasiness in Holtville. For
some time It has ' been known that
Mr. J. C. Schenck contemplated en
tering upon the making of brick on a
large scale and Mr. Peterson's an
nouncement will hasten the maturing
of his plans. — Tribune.
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One of the largest individual ship
ments of hogs ever sent out of the
valley left Holtville last week for Los
Angeles. Thore were seven cars in all,
six of which belonged to J. H. Wat
son. The single car belonged to Dr.
Bond, of No. 7. In the Watson ship
ment there were 516 hogs and they
would average over 200 pounds, mak- j
ing 113,200 pounds ur about $6,700
f. o. b. Holtville. !
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF SCHOOL
BONDS FOR THE EAST SIDE j
SCHOOL DISTRICT :
Notice Is hereby given that the County '
Treasurer of Imperial County, California, J
Will receive scaled bids until 12 o'clock :
noon on the 3d day of August, 1909, at
his office in the Court House of Imperial
County, California, at El Centro, Call-
fornia for the purchase of the following ,
described bonds of the East Side School j
District, duly and regularly issued by j
the Board of Supervisors on the 6th day
of July, 1909: , !
Bond No. 1. For three hundred dol- '
lars, to run four years, due and payable
on the""" 6th day of July, 1913, with six
per cent interest from date of issue, pay- . "
able annually. ■
Bond No. 2. For four hundred dollars, j '
to run five years, due and payable on j
the Gth day of July, 1914, with Blx per ,
cent interest from date of issue, payable'
Bond .No. 3. For four hundred dollars,
to run six years, due ana payaole on the
6th day of July, 1915, with six per cent
interest from date of issue, payable an-
nually. ■ - i
Bond No. 4. For' four hundred dollars, !
to run seven years, due and payable on
the 6th day of July, 1916, with six per
cent Interest from date of issue, payable
Said bonds shall be sold to the high- '
est bidder or bidders therefor by the
County Treasurer of Imperial County, !
California, for not less than par. All
bids shall be for the purchase of said
bonds as soon as they shall be ready '
for delivery. Each bid. shall be accom-
panied by a check, certified by a re-
sponsible bank, for five per cent of par
value of bonds, payable to the County
Treasurer of Imperial County, Califor- !
nia, as an assurance ihat ihe bidder
will take so much of the bonds as he
shall bid for, and will pay the price
therefor should the bonds be awarded
to him. Upon the delivery of and pay-
ment of said .bonds to the amount award- j
ed to such bidder, his certified check or
checks will be returned to the bidder. i
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of Imperial County. j
PAUL BOMAN, '
-14-U Treasurer of Imperial County
GO TO EAST N E W P Q R T
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There is every 'enjoyment at East Newport, including BOATING, BATHING, FIBHINQ IN TH?. 810 STILL WATER DAY AND IN THE OCEAN,
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IMPERIAL VALLEY PREB3
Corner Seventh and Hope
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, EVERYTHING NEW.
Completely furnished apart-
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only $15 monthly. Three
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VERY HOMELIKE AND NEAT.
619 South Olive St.,
Near Central Park and Postofflc*.
NEW AND MODERN
75c Per Day and Up
$5.00 Per Week.
From S. P. Depot, take West 7th
St. car, or Edendale car.
The King Edward
Fifth and Los Angeles Streets
in the heart of the city.
European Plan First-class Cafe
Abssolutely Fire Proof
A very desirable hotel for all visitors
to the city.
No Inside Rooms Write for Booklet
Rates $1.00 per Day and Up
DUNHAM & SMITH
Spend the summer at cool, delightful Man-
hattan Beach. Close to Los Angeles. Clean,
■andy beach. Safe bathing. Plenty of clam*.
-. Good fishing. Low rents. No liquor sold.
Jußt the place for children. Let mo help
you get settled there. No charge.
JAMES Q. CORTELYOU,
632 Douglas Building Los Angeles, Cal.
Ideal Mountain Resort
Warner Hot Springs
While enjoying your vacation restore your health.
Free camping, Curative Waters, and a Beautiful Moun-
tain Resort .
Good Rooms and Board
at Moderate Rates
The only resort in San Diego County with ita own
Ice Plant, Dairy and Garden. New Tennis and Croquet
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Take road via Carriso Creek and San Felipi.
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jII A p "T* C* s~\ p P\ Ideal summer home, surrounded by exten-
In r\ l\ 1 F v-/ I\ LJ slve gardens; no equal In Los Angeles;
| prices moderate. Every apartment complete
Tr n n A f> I? w *th private bath. Magnificent view. Phones,
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| Something Old-Insurance !
I SOMETHING 'NEW— Live Stock Insurance j
; Losses paid in case of death from any cause, j
| Salisbury-Parazette Realty Co. ]
! Gregg Building Imperial, Cal. j