Saturday, September 11, 1909.
Date. Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum.
3 103 72 50
4 99 77 50
5 100 84 00
6 97 , 74 ' 54
7 98 75 54
& 103 76 . - 48
9 107 76 48
WATER IN THE RIVER
Mean daily gage heights and dis
cbarges of the Colorado River at Yu
ma, Arizona, for the week ending Sat
urday, September 4, 1909.
Date Gage heignts. Discharges
August 29 19.35 ' ' 40,800
August 30.... 19.45 40,800
August 31 19.90 43,100
September 1 1 9.50 39,800
September 2 19.50 39,300
September 3. , 19.60 47,800
September 4 21.25 66,200
FRANCIS L. SEIiLEW,
Toprahanian — September 7, to Dr.
and Mrs. A. G. Toprahanian,. at ¥ Im
perial, a daughter.
Acree-Kajenick — September 3, at
Imf erial, Oscar T. Acree and Eunice
Kajenick, both of Imperial. I
* * *
Gamble-Green — September 2, #t Im
perial, J. F. Gamble and Miss AlUe
Green, both of Brawley.
DAIRYMEN AT HOLTVILLE
The Dairymen's Union met at Holt
ville yesterday, too *late for any par
ticulars to be published in this issue
«rf The Press.
PHYSICIAN FOR INDIANS
Dr. H. Vance Clymer, of Yuma, has
been appointed physician and sur
geon for the Yuma Indians on tha
Yuiaa Reservation in Imperial Coun
tf ■ . ■ . :
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
Jesus Garcia was brought in to the
county Jail on Sunday, charged with
assaulting a woman at the Garcia Camp
- about three miles southwest of El Cen
CITY'S AFFAIRS HELD UP
The City Trustees were unabje to
do any business Tuesday on account
of there being only two members in
attendance. Messrs. Brown and Ham
ilton met and adjourned until next
TAKEN TO TUCSON
Francisco Marquis, self-confessed
murderer of Peter B .Hodges, has
been taken from Yuma County Jail
to Tucson for safe-keeping. The first
Monday in October is set as the time
for hearing the Marquis case at Yu
gnne^Stn^tit &.,Seat sold
oirTWs'day the highest 'priced ranch
f ver sold In the Holtville district. The
properly is , the Dunworth 40 acres,
improved^ half mile north of Holt
ville, with improvements. The price
was $137.50 per acre. The purchaser
Is Honry H. Krohn, of Heber.
FEAST OF BT. VIBIANA
Last Sunday was the Feast of St.
Vibiana, patron of the diocese of Mon
' terey and Los Angeles, of which liu
perial Valley, is a parr, aervrcen were
held in St. Mary's Church, El Centro,
by Rev. Father Burelbach, the first
since the summer vacation, and were
largely attended, many coming from
the country districts. The constant
Increase In attendance at this church
will require the enlargement of the
fchnpei at no distant day.
GOOD APPLE CROP
Reports come from Beaumont that
apple shipments have started In ear
nest and two cars from the Beßt ranch
have already gone forward over the
Southern Pnclflc, nedlands being the
destination. The crop 1b above the
average on all of the ranches and the
quality of the fruit Is the best in
yean*. I*, art: are being harvested and
plums and prunes dried on the, Mel*
len ranch, from which some fine ap
plea are also being Bhlpped.
LABOR DAY AT BRAWLEY
A considerable crowd from all parts
of the valley went to Brawley Mon
day to attend the celebration of La
bor Day at that place.
The horse races and other sports
were pulled off In good shape and in
the afternoon N. A. Richardson, of
San Ucrnardino, made the address of
the day. Mr. Richardson is a forcible
speaker and was well received.
The dance In the evening drew a
large crowd of young people.
J. P. Haskell was a visitor to Los
Angeles this week.
* * *
L. E. Hoffman left Saturday night to
spend a week in Los Angeles.
* # * ■/*"*
J. V. Wacht,el, Jr. lias acme to Los
Angeles for a two we^n^'vacatlon. .
\* * *
• C. E. Paris went to Long Beach
Saturday night for a visit with his
# •* -*
John Havens has returned from a
vacation spent at San Diego and vi
* * %
Under Sheriff Buck is spending sev
eral days in Los Angeles on official
business.'^ -\] ■■/.'. S^
*W * jf
Dr. L. F. Roudebustf hp& returned
to«El Centro to resunW^the practice
of dentistry. .
* # ■*
C. R. Rockwood has returned to
the valley after a summer vacation
spent at outside points.
* * *
J. P. Jones, of the Valley Lumber
Company, is back in El Centro, after
his summer's outing at Los Angeles.
* # *
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shepherd have
returned to their home 'at Holtville,
after a vacation spent on the coast.
* * *
' F. J. Peacock departed for San
Bernardino^ Saturday mgnt. ""• He'wili
return to El Centro in about a week.
/*. # *
D. H. Chaplin, Mabonic Inspector
for Imperial Valley, was here on Mon
day, preparing his report for the Grand
-X- * *
Mrs. R. A. Blair has returned to
Holtville after her summery>K!aTion
spent at coast resorts j^lias An
tt * -X- .
J. A. Shaw, of the Dunawav & Ljdwe
Drug Company, left last nigh^Jdr San
Diego where he will spend two weeks
* * #
Mrs. William Egerer and children
have returned to El Centro. They
spent the v summer with relatives in the
* * *
/Felix G. Havens, City Clerk, and Re
corder of El Centro, returned on Mon
day from a vacation spent with his
family at Long Beach. v' /'
A. P. Nuffer returned fAon/hls va
cation on Monday and has/removed
his office to the room oc<mipiect by
the, Putnam Land Company.
v * * * v^-VYU
Mrs. Henry Faulk B^tumed from
Erie, Perm., wher/sh^nas been spend
ing the past tMreer months, Sunday
night. Mies DoaaWson returned with
her from the East.
■■*#•* I '
Judge Franklin J. Col* Jill return
to El Centro to resume V*ular ses
sions of the Imperial County Super
ior Court on September 15.
* * *
Mrs. F. A. Fleishman, wife of the
proprietor of the Depot Stables, ar
rived In the city last night from Los
Angeles. Mr. and Ms. Fleishman will
make El Centro their future home
Rev. Father BprelbaofT priest In
charge of the Imherlpr Valley Catho
lic parish, has reWned to his home
in El Centro, after a summer vaca
tion spent at Banning and Beaumont.
* * *
Hey. J. M. Ochiltree. Methodist mis
sionary of the Yuma Indian Reserva
tion, has returned to his duties or. ihc
reservation after a vacation of several
v. iii 'i hs sper*. ai log Angeleß ani -•oiiki
* •» #
W. K. Lf»w»», of Dunaway & Lowe,
returned home on, Tuesday from a
IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS
month's vacation spent in making a
trip north as far as Portland and later
at Ocean Side. Mrs. Ix>we Is still at
the beach, where she will remain a
4f # #
Homer Havermale returned tc^flJl
Centro on -Thursday to rfesmafs his
posltiton with the People'L^'Abstract
Title & Trust Company, after Bpend
ing a month in the mountains 'and at
i, # •* *
M. D. Witter, editor of the Urawley
News, was an El Centro visitor on
Thursday,* the first time since his re
turn to the valley after a siege in
the Los Angeles Hospital with typhoid
fever and several weeks spent in
recreation In the mountains.
The leading grocers of El Centro
say that Folger's Golden Gate Coffee
is the best coffee on the market.
THE I-IRST NATIONAL BANK
OF EL CENTRO, CAL.
Leroy Holt, President; True Venclll,
Vice President; J. V. Wachtel, Jr.,
' / ■
Condensed statement of the condi-
tion of the First National Bank at El
Centro, in the State of California, at
the close of business on the first day
of September, 1009, at the call of the
Comptroller of- Currency.
Loans and discounts $71,492.08
Overdrafts, secured and u-n
secured . ,222.54
U. S. Bonds, to secure circu-
Premium on IT. S. Bonds 93.75
Hanking House, Furniture '
and fixtures 5,067.47
Redemption fund with. U. S.
Treasurer '.. :]1 2.f»0
Expense account 1,054.92
Cash and sight exchange... 70,381.02,
Total Resources $155,874.98
Capital Stock $25,000.00
Circulation, secured by U. S.
Bonds i 5,650.00
Deposits 25.225. mS
1, J. V. Wachtel, Jr., Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. V. WACHTEL, Jr.,
- WANTED •
WANTED— To buy 20 head A' No. 1
milk cows. Address Raymond Hen-
derson, Silsbee, Calif. 23-tf
.< ANTED — New alfalfa hay, 'well
cured. Fred Fuller, Assessor's of-
WANTED — Man and wife, man , for
hay baling, woman for cook. Ad-
dress Chas. Hammond, El Centro.
WANTED— Barley or alfalfa bay to
cut and bale on shares. Call on or
address Chas. Hammond, mile north
of El Centro, Perklss ranch. 60-tf
FOR SALE— Cheap. Haying, outfit*
consisting of a buck stacker and two
buck rakes nearly new, 1 thorough-
bred, C-year-old stallion, 1 fine driv-
ing buggy. Webster ranch, 6 miles
west of El Centro. 23-tf
FOR SALE— Two young Poland -China
boars, high grade stock, ready for
service. W. S. Lynn, on Dougherty
Ranch, south of Whitings. 23-lt*
FOR SALE— Good ~s~ horse-power, up-
right boiler, at a bargain. Inquire
at the Palm Confectioner/. 22-tf
FOR SALE — Free Stone Peaches, Vk
cents per pound; Cling Stone peach-
es, 2 cents ;-Kelsey Plums, 1% cents;
grapes 2 cents; pears 2V 2 cents;
sulphured and unsulphured Apricots
and peaches. F. O. B. Banning, Cal.
Mrs. W. P. Morris, Banning, Cal. 22tf
WANTED— To rent 5 to 10 acres close
in to El Centro. Alfalfa land pre-
ferred. J. B. WHITAKER. 22-2t»
FOR SALE— Holsteln bull, three years
old, at ranch, near Silsbee. G. G.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— Assign-
ment of 80 acres in district No. 9,
also known as No. 12. C. D. ditch
through one corner of tract; land
clear, level, bordered and ditched;
has to May, 1910, for final proof.
Will exchange for 10 acres clear with
water stock. Want soft land, west
or south of El Centro, or will con-
sider any reasonable cash or ex-
change proposition. Address D. D.
Lawrence, El Centro. 14-tf
FOR SALE3 — The finest 400-acre ranch
in Imperial Valley at a bargain. F.
J. Eddy, El Centro. 21-3t«
FOR SALE — One 2-year-old Holsteln
' bull at my ranch, 4 miles northeast
of El Oentro. Arthur B. FelL 11-tf
FOR SALE — Thoroughbred and high
grade shorthorn bull, from 9 to It
months old.' Fine stock at bed rock
- prices. O. N. Bhaw, four and a half
miles north of Holtville. 48-tt
~ FO R R~ENT~~. ~~~~~~~
FOR RENT — 17 acres in Xl Centro for
money or shares, with or without
house. See W. R. Garey, El Centro,
or T. A. Morrison, 5824 Hill crest
Drive, Los Angelea. 23-4t
FOR RENT — The east half of tho
northwest quarter section 5-16-13,
(6 miles west of El Centro) for one,
r.wo or three years. Do not write
for terma, but make me an offer.
B. G. Shellhorn, P. O. Clerk, Lob
Z 1 Angolea. \ 22-4t
FOR RENT — 80 acres, three miles
south of El Centro. Possession Sep-
tember 15. Renter furnishes team
and water. I furnish cows, ma-
chinery, land, and pay assessments.
Divide. Adaress R. L. Wilson, 141
Elm Aye., Ix>ng Beach. 21-3t»
FOR EXCHANGE— A* fine 20-acre
tract Improved land near Heber, for
outside property, or unimproved
valley property. Address Box 4f>s,
El Centro. 23-2t»
FOR EXCHANGE— A fine 20-acre
tract improved land near Heber, for
outside property, or unimproved
valley property. Address. Box 455,
El Centro. 21-tf
Kerosene Burner, fits any lamp, bet-
ter than gas or electricity, at on*
fourth tho cost. Send $2.60 for sam-
plu and full particulars. Agents ar*
wanted everywhere. Unique Supply
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 19-tt
DRUE C. HARRINGTON, Land Grader
Assessment work in all parts Of the)
valley a specialty. Imperial. 61-tf
for Government laad prepared. Sam-
uel Marks, 442 Chamber of Com-
merce bldg., Los Angeles. Formerly
with County Clerk Elder and late of
! the U. S. Land Office. tf
;GR#.. SHERWOOD— 3 yrs. old. Race
. record 2:28%. Only stallion in val-
| ley with record, and the honor of
winning five straight races as a
three-year-old. El Centro Stables,
Saturdays; - Imperial, Wednesdays;
at ranch, 1 mile south of Imperial,
•n Dahlia, every forenoon. B. L.
Elliott, owner. 6-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
I have money to loan on Imperial
Valley land. For rates etc., write
W. G. LANE
Suite 109, Security Bldg., Los Angeles,
R. L Greer
Aickitea and BwUcf . Buildh« done by
contraa or superintending by the day.
El Centra, California.
C. E. HUBBELL, Mar.
We are prepared to handle all kinds
of cement work. Sidewalks, curbs
aad concrete oonstniotlon.
Estimates furnished on sewers an 4
VALLEY LUMBER CO. pi..-, m™ m
El Centro - - - - - Heber
DO YOU RUN A
If you do need a separator, you need a separator that will SKIM
and SKIM CLEAN. % . ' '
You can't afford to take chances on any of these cheap machines
that are being offered to you at a price WAY DOWN, and claimed to' be •
"Just as Good as a DeLaval" } y £].£: ; : !. , ¥ - ', j • ! ■> if : ?.!' Kr ' "• •
You will hear dead loads of talk about these "Just us Good Ma-
chines," but you want a test that will get you all there is coming. \
You don't want cream on your "Blue John;" and to get all there
is to be had out of a dairy, you need a DeLaval. Sold exclusively In ;
this valley by us, except at Holtville. Come and see us before yon boy 1
a separator. ) ,.
THE EL CENTRO HARDWARE
& IMPLEMENT COMPANY
EL OHNTRO AEKIIL V. a ■, SMMBS
the first four Thursday alfchta ef
each month. Members aad vMtlag
Eagles invited to attead.
WO. W. B Oentro Oajas Me. m
* meeto every Friday algM et
Maeonle ball B Omtxa. OaL W. 4.
Ort. Ooneal Onmmando. aKManen,
V «fiE!S*5S.^/ Blj CBJNTRO IiODGa,
s*hc *&^L No 197 > i o- o. «,
meets ovary Bator.
day nlftfit la UmmmLi
e^N* Hall. Resident amd
visiting members eordlally taviu* e>
attend. F. A. Über, N. O. ■. H. Bur-
EBHLHJMAN A SWING. Attorney*
HJI Oentro, OaMJonaia
C. L. BROWN If. W. OONKLMi
CONKLING & BROWN
ATTORN EYB AT LAW
EL CENTRO — — OAUVORKU
TM. Me NAMARA, Attorney at Lav
0: and Court Commissioner; ■
Centro Hotel Block. : '. )
Dan. V. Noland Frank BtrkhMSW
NOLAND A BIRKHAUCER
Attorney* and Ceuneelors at Lmm.
Offices at 111 Centro and Brawley, GML
Gee. E. P. Shaw Herbert W. Brewer
OHAW & BREWER,
*3 Attorneys and Coonseßow et law
NOLEMAN ft BMY BMB, Land Attor-
neys. 310-811 Bollard Block, bos
Angeles, Calif. Call or vrtte us. R.
C. Noleman,4s years active land prac-
tice. S. M. Smyser, 8 years Chief
Clerk in U. 8. Land Ofllce.
. - . .
DR. EDWARD MATTOCKS,
El Oentro, California.
ER. BROOKS M. D. Phjeidan and
'' Surgeon. Alamo Hotel,
HOLTVILLE, ' CALIFORNIA
("* ORTNER BROS., Funeral Director*
V-i and Bmbalmers. Chapel comer
of Seventh and Broadway, SI Centre,
California. Phone 803.i..* . ~* «».&■;?. ;V-
SAMUBL B. ZIMMHR, ARCHITBOT,
Fifth Street and Imperial Arena*,
Imperial, California. Careful eoaenV
■«ratlon given to all lines of baMa*.
Room lft, Holt Bldg., El Oentro.
C. N. PERRY E. H. QAINM
EL CENTRO • - • CALIFORNIA
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