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BftturJay December 18, 1909.
THE WEATHER Date Max. Tom. Mln.Tem. December II fi.l 40 December 12 74 44 December 13 70 35 December 14 72 38 December 15 611 48 December 16.. V. (17 40 December 17 58 39 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yu ma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, December (I. 1 900 : jV .Date gage heights discharges' 1 Bee. 0 16.00 9,900 /Bee. »i 16.00 10,000 Dec. 7 16.10 10,800 Dec. 8 16.20. 11,900 Dec. J) 16.10 11,600 Dec. 10 16.00 10,900 Dec. 11 16.00 10,900 , • FRANCIS Li SELLEW, Project Engineer. METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING Dr. John L. Pitner, superintendent of the San Diego District of the Moth odist Church, will hold a qitiirterly meeting and administer the sacrament of the Lord's Supper at the El Cen tro Methodist Church tomorrow ev enlng at 7:30 o'clock. The usual Sunday services will bcvheld at this church, with a sermon by thu'"r<as lor, Rev. D. K. Burnhani, at 1 1 o'clock on the subject of "A Good Fighter." The Young People's Society will meet at 6:30 p. m., with Mrs.^N. T. Brad ley as leader. The subject will be "Leavening the Lump." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Regular preaching services Sunday at 11 and at 7: SO p. in. Sun day school at 9:45 a. 111. The Church will be thoroughly comfortable what ever the character of the weather. Come and worship with us. We will do you good. Jno. M. Shive, Pastor. leather pillow covers — original de signs — at Collins' Store. Get your be loved one of those cotton souvenir pil low covers— they're great, artistic and unique. Some folks say Crawford & Davis' is the handsomest store In town. Maybe they dont' know. You might step in and see for yourself. 37-lt Sf;e the Free Doll at Collins* store. Men's Clothing Sale |^^^^^|S^P@^^^^^^^§^^^^K^^^ Ladies' Sweater Coats You can save dollars on every garment '^tf . M^ White, gray or blue, double and single you buy in this department. This sale has M& Don't delay your Christmas Shopping, but come at once— while you have Jj|| breasted. Prices $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 and been running for two weeks but there are ft the advantage of unbroken stocks. ||g $5.00. . still many desirable suits and separate trous- Every line in our big store is now complete— we have appropriate gifts Jg > U 1»J V 1 ers left. Note this list of prices :.- for everybody— young or old. Wj Men S Holiday NeCKWear SuitS P Make the Valley Department Store your Christmas headquarters-you're J& We are showing a very large assortment y%t always welcome. Make your purchases and we'll hold ©j of neckwear ; silks in all the latest shades, at $14.00 Suits for ..$lO.OO gA them for vyou until wanted. y^fcvC3/j^^ Don't delay — yet busy. Ijm1 jm prices ranging from 25 cents to 75 cents each. $13.50 Suits for $ 9.50 && Here are a few suggestions : JW jt^~^^s^ -\ ' ne better grades are put up each in a holi- n.oo suits f fo r r "'f .'.■.'.'.'.".'.".■ .■'.'.'.'.■■s 6.50 Special Sale Decorated China f $4.00 Trousers for _ $2.90 ■ the W hole Family $3.00 Trousers for $2.40 r T" l >^"X 1 V 7 S^W^*^r^^»^S^raffw ¥->. 11 ¥~>^ vr A« T7J' DL ' 1 $2.50 Trousers for $J. 90 1 ) V $£^^ VP 'feWI»l§J I l^llo I h~J Ie F 1101102^011 ■ Hrklifi<*\r Ww^^^^W^i^fmm ■ We are El Centro agents for the Edison, , noiiiiay nMispt:n tiers - v + »• *. i ', , ■ ■ f~^v ' Y'S^MW'^msMiSmi ' m P erk>ct Phonograph made. Your Suspenders at all prices, specially pack- . I J^w-v ayf rnpn f |«f^ S :^^^|tOT 11/^T IQ? children will appreciate an Edison Phono- ! 75'cente inir" hldiVidUal bOX " 5 ° Bnd L/C F CII t lllClll h^^A&a^- |l LJKJLjLuDI WPh more than anything else you can give ' j^^ tt^^^^Pili^^^^^^ an^ ie * v are an en d'ess source of amuse- ' s Comfortables BTing thG Children t0 see the Bi » dolls ' little (lolls - rubber ment t0 the grownups as well. Edison Phon- toys. We have a big stock and dolls, china dolls, from the °« ra P ha are equipped to play eithe • two or A nice comfortable or wool blanket v big assortment. Best to [dace cheanest to iho best Wo oar ff ° Ur minute re cords. We are booking or- makes a warm Christmas present. Wool KEjOZMk^yL*.'^^ffika/2M ders now for Edison m .ii4,iiw.« ,,«! 1 blankets, $5.00 to $7.50. Silk covered com- - YOUr Orders "< )W ' We wi » stoJ>e W^S^m&^Si ™ ke y litU ° girl hi^ this to ■ eh"l v->rvv ->r v it C H c f«rtables, $0.50 to $10.00. your purchases till Christmas. I?ril^ her hl to Bee them « our Prices ChllStmaS - C ° me H1 and ** '"^^-^-iSiUs^ 1 • EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA I # " <!^^^|^^> PERSONALS Bryant Mathewß, president of the . Newell MathewH Company, of Ix>9 j Angeles has been spending several days in the valley, the guest of Frank ; Heading, of the Delta Implement Co% ; Mr. Mathews is greatly imprpSßed^ with the future of the valley arfd^wnl probably make some Investmentßhere. j *** I A T. E. HudgiiiH and A. D. Healer tfi < MH rosei New Mexico, arrived 1 week with ten head of horses and | mules and a carload of farming Im- 1 plements. Messrs. Hudglns & lies-;! ler wlllNocate here and Intend mak ing El Centro their future home. / *** \ f J. O. Hamilton, of Wlldarad<( Tex ns, father of Walter and Plfts, arriv ed in El Centro Thursday and will make Imperial Valley his future homo. Pitts will arrive in a day or two with the goods and chatties • / *** / I 11. S. Webster, recently*\eoi|mected j with the Ix>s Angeles Examiner, hasj come tolmpeiial Valley to assiaif John B. Baker In the publicationyof the Desert Farmer. / "V # #• # I / W. G. Driver, auditor of thev^olton Interurban Railroad Company and the Holton Power Company, was down from Redlands the first of this week. ■X- * * - / G. M. Jones, of Oce\n rark, one of the owners of the Frazet & Jones ranch, near Holtville, wasX/n El Cen tro visitor the first of this week. J * * ' * \y True Vencill has not resignwi as Vice-President of the First NatioAl Bank. R. B. Moore has been ele/ed second Vice-President. / * * * r / S. Gordon Ingle, San Di^o^apital ist and Imperial Valley land owneiy was in El Centro Tuesday. / *'*** Jr ,11. E. Miller made fina t^of oa his land near Heber Monc(g^ FINAL CERTIFICATES. U. S. Land Office to Emil Steiner, Tract 125-15-13. U. S. Land Office to Michael H. Donahue, northwest quarter 8-17-13. Fountain Pens — ideal Christmas presents— we have them, Waterman and Conklins' — best to be had. Col lins" Store, El Centro. IMPERIAL VALLEY PREBB VITAL RECORD BIRTHB. IlermiB — December 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hemus, at Holt vllle, a -y/ . . . ;■ /nnidshaw — December 12, to Mr. and Mr*: Clarke H. Hradfihaw, of Imperial, ' * * .* Bowker — December 11, at lx>s An geles, to Mr. 11ml Mrs. Walter K. Bow ker, of Calcxico, a son. MARRIAGEB. Travls-Tapp — December It, at El Centro, Harley Travis and Mattle Tapp both of Holtville. * * -* Salisbury-Foerster — December 4, at Los Angeles, William B. Salisbury, of Imperial, and Mrs. Mildred Petrle Foerster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Petrie, of Imperial. DEATHS. Child — December 18, at Pa'm Springs, Mrs. E. A. Child, wife of Rev. E. A. Child, recently pastor of the 1 Christian church at Imperial. ** \ I Conoway — December 13, at Central I hospital, El Contro, Oliver D. Cono j way. of tuberculosis. The mother of the deceased, who resides at Qeorge towrff Deleware, has been notified and thb body is held pending her instruc i# * * ' Upstill— December 12, at Central hospital, El Centro, Margaret Tpstill, aged one year and six months, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Upstill, of CalexiGo. Funeral services were held at the Cortner Brothers' funeral chap- J^el by Rev. Fr. Burelbach, and the body was interred at Imperial. ■; : ! CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT COLLINS'! i —— Fancy Hox Paper; hundreds of games of .all sorts; greatest lot of mechanical toys ever brought to Im perial Valley; other lines that we must show you—^come at once. Books, Bibles, leather goods, toys, Yucca sonvenirs at Crawford & Davis' Base, ball goods, calendars, diaries, fine stationery — all fine for Christmas gifts— at Collins 1 Store, El Centre Great Bankrupt Sale | IS NOW ON Come and get these bargains while they last., Men's Clothing and Furnishings, Sweaters, Un- derwear, Trousers, .Hats, Work Shirts and All Shoes will be sold during this sale at ) ' ■ The greatest sale ever known in the Imperial Valley. We have but $5,000 worth of stock and are compelled to sell in a very few days. Meserve's Clothing House M. H. JONES,Mgr. "EL CENTRO, CAL. 5