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For Sale— A tery choice 160 acres of cantaloupe land at a bargain. Hut three and one-half miles northeast of Bratrley. Personal property on place also for sale. For particulars inquire of .1. P. Baker, Brawley. 29-tf NEW STOCK Standard Makes The Valley Shoe Store la re- ctlvlng a large stock of Naw ' Good* of Standard Makoa In latest designs. TMa la tha only axclualva 3hoa Houaa In Imperial Vallay and bo aid stock la on tha e'.clves. Tha newest arrivals Inoiuds: LADIES' PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS STRAP BANDALS CHAMPAIGN VIES CELEBRATED KIR KEN. DALL MISBION SHOES IN ALL STYLES FOOT FORM SHOES LARGE LINE OF JOHN KELLY'S 'ROCHESTER" SHOES SOLE AGENT FOR DOUG- LASS SHOES Absolutely No Old Steak— Everything Freeh and New. Valley Shoe Store P. T. Cunningham, Mgr. EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA J. S. Crutchfield R. B. Woolfolk Crutchfield & Woolfolk WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS Car Lot Distributors and Growers' Marketing Agents 21st and Perai Aye. Pittsburg, Pa. F. O. B. Transit Sale and Distributing Agents. Specialists in Marketing All Kinds of Fruits and Vegetables. We Will Guarantee You Best- Results. Get in touch with us. BRANCH HOUSES New York Chicago Cincinnati Washington If You Want to Sell Your RANCH OR OTHER PROPERTY and will make the Prices Right we will do the selling. We handle only BARGAINS ' Joseph R. Loftus Company T. C. Hickman, Manager, El Centro Office CITRUS SEED-BED TREES, SOUR BTOCK , Sweet stock, rough lemon stock. We have the largest and finest block of seedlings in the State. NAVELS, VALENCIAS, EUREKA LEMONS. Phones: Main 94«. Home 2620 ' rr_...» „-, SOUTHLAND NURSERIES. F. H. Dl»brow, Prop. ■ PASADENA. CAL. CAMERAS and SEND for FREE SUPPLIES CATALOGUE TUFTS-LYON ARMS CO. 132-134 6outh Spring St., Los Angeles GUNS SPALDINQ'S SPORTING GOODS ATHLETIC GOODS CLOSINO OUT AT COST We arc Belling off our Yenlcleu and implements at coat. Wlnona and Moyer buggies and Blrdsell wstgoiis. Tbe Jobn Deere Implements. Brerything la these liiei at cost We have decided to discontinue handling vehicles aad luiple- ments and therefore offer you tbU exceptional opportunity of secur- ing aajrthlng In these lines at curt price. We are Increasing our stock of shelf and heavy hardware, »«-l sow hi** a stock seeoad to poo« la tbe valley. VALLEY HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT COMPANY JOHN NORTON, Pr**; J. R. DUKE, Treas.; W. O. HAMIUTON, Sec. • ****** -X- #***•..•# * * * # * FOR SALE. FOR SALK— S2OOO. Assignment of new filing in No. f>, just throe miles south of Silslw; 160-acre tract, the very oest of sandy soil. Address 11. B. Hlakeney, care Cnrrlor 8, San Diego, Cal. 37-tf VOll SALE— Good team horses. F. J. Eddy, El Centro. 37-lt » FOR SALE — Mesquite cord wood, $5 per cord. O. O. Hussey, Silsbee. 36-tf FOR SALE— A good mule team, dprouse ranch, one mile south El Centro or inquire SprousC Real Es- tate Agency^ 35-tf FOR SALE-^-160 acres near El Cen- tro; soft soil, hog and cattel fenced. $100 per acre. Garey-Waite Land Company. I 33-tf FOR SALE— See Garey-Waite l^ind Co. for good bargain in a forty-acre improved ranch. All in alfalfa. Three and a quarter miles from El CeUro. 32-tf FOR SALE— FINE ALFALFA RANCH — on easy terms or part property in exchange; 320 acres sandy loam, 320 shares water stock in No. 7 water company, best alfalfa district 225 acres in alfalfa, excellent stand or setting; vacant and barley land fine for cotton ; large quantity splen- did fencing, good houses for ten- ants and hands; also splendid home for family, with water tanks, bath room, water closet, lavatories, sinks, etc. Gn.fted oranges, grapes, figs, eucalyptus, ash, cottonwood and wil- lows, nouse well furnished and will sell with place, or without. Milk cows, hay and corn, horses and implements. 80 acres unim- proved loamy land adjoining. Will sell 160 or 320. Family longs for Atlantic Coast. Lindsey Bros., Holt- ville, Calif. . 33 : « FOR SALE — Very cheap, 160 acres laud six miles east of Keystone; 80 acres leveled, bordered and wat- erstocked. Be quick if you want it. For terms, etc., address Will C. Chew, Hardwick, California. 36-3t* FOR SALE: — Thoroughbred mammoth bronze turkey toms. None larger nor finer in the west; also thor- oughbred barred rock cockerels. Mrs. Nellie Hart, Holtville. 36-8t» FOR SALE— Motor cycle. W. H. ! Sprague, Insurance, El Centro Na- tional Bank building. 26-tf IMPERIAL VALLEY PRE 33 FOR SAl,E— Horse and wagon. Cres- aey'a ranch. Rl Centro. 36-tf FOR SAlilv—Bo acres deeded land, 60 aoros In nlfnlfa, 7 acres grapes; soft soil. 2 ]-2 miles from town. $t25 per aero. $2500 cash, balance 7 per cent. Uarey-Walte T«md Com- pany. 33*tt WANTKD— 2OO head hogs, feeders, weighing about 125 pounds, M. C. Whitescarver. 35-lf FOR' SALE — 75000 orange plants, sour and sweet. A-l in every way. Any- one placing orders with me will be given a square deal and well pack- ed order for early planting In Im- perial valley. C. W. Wilhlte, Glen- dora, Calif. 31-tf 'OR SALu; — We have for sale 400 head of dairy cattle, conslstting of the finest herd ever brought to the Im- perial Valley. Prices and terms are right. Crawford and Davis, El Cen- tro. 24-tf FOR EXC H I ANG E FOR SALE OR EXcliANaE^foTsaii Diego city property, eighty acre farm in cultivation, with water stock; U. S. title clear; 5 miles south 'of El Centro, Imperial Co.; commission to agents making sale or exchange. W. J. Mossholder, First National Bank Bldg., San Dl- ego, Cal. 24-tf WANTED. WANTED— To rent alfalfa ranch, 40 acres or more, with house. Address A. L. Hlckey, El Centro. 35-3t* WANTED— To purchase 100 shares No 1 water stock, for cash. H. | M. .vlnne, El Centro. 33-tf WANTED — We have a buyer for 80 or 160 acre desert filing; price must be right. Inquire of Garey-Waite Land Co. 32-tf WANTED— Poultry. Geo. T. Irwh pays the highest price for all kind* of poultry any day in the week. Cash price, no waiting for returns. 26-tf MISCELLANEOUS. FOUND— Purse with money in it. Call at Press office and describe prop- erty. 37-lt WRITE TO US FOR SPECIAL PRICES on . first-class prune or peach trees^ or berry vines. State number wanted. Gridley Colony Nursery, Gridley, Cal. 36- Bt* STRAWBERRY PLANTS— Fine ones. I Pedigreed thoroughbreds, grown and restricted by scientific propa- gation. Same price as common stock. 60c per 100. $3 per 1000, crated. The Jessie Marshall, or the Dollare are peculiarly adapted to the Imperial Valley and are enormous- ly productive. Write for prices in : big lots, J. A. Powell, Ripon, San Joaquin Co., Cal. 35-tf j FIRST CLASS PHOTOS at moderate i prices is our motto. Weinert, East Ninth street, Imperial. 35-tf : FOR HOT WEATHER SECTIONS— Plant Superlative Red Raspberry. The largest raspberry in cultivation. Write for description to William Richard, 438 River street, Santa Cruz, Cal. 35-4t SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CON- ; tractlng, Grading and Construction | Company of Brawley, Cal., will grade and construct your canals. Balies G. Walker, Pres. and Mgr. JO-t f LAND LEVELLING-^-Is my business. Raw land levelled, bordered, ditch-. Ed and put in shape for water on the best terms. See or address A. C. Dominguez, Silsbee. 27-tf DRUE C. HARRINGTON, Land Grader. . Assessment work In all parts of Val- ley a specialty. Imperial. ssi-tf HAVE YOU A BOY? If not, let us send you one. We want country . homes for boys of all ages. Ar- rangements to suit. Children's Home Society, 2414 Griffith Aye., Los Angeles, Calif. 28-13t A fine line of combs, barrettes, Dutch collar pins, neckwear, scarfs, belts and bags, suitable for Christmas gift, , at The Ladles Toggery, 35-tf George Gray broke his leg yester- day kicking because he couldn't get Folgers' Golden Gate Coffee. NOTICE For the protection of the public health and to prevent possible tires, notice is hereby given to all property owners and the occupants of all lotb within the city of El Oentro to clean up and remove or destroy all litter, trash, papers and waste material on their premises within ten days front date hereof under penalty of the law| W. B. GIBSON, Health Officer of the City of B Centro. Dated September 18. 1909. WARNING All property owners are warned to clean their property at onoe of John son Qraßß, Wild Morning Glory, Cock le Burr, Wild Asparagus, Wild Sun Flower, as the same Is declared a public nuisance, and Injurious to the agricultural and horticultural Inter ests of the County. , ". :» FRANCIS HBINY, Wm. ALLEN, W. B. WILBIB, ' Board of Horticultural Commission ers. 11-tf NOTICE. NoUoa Is hereby, given that all opt toa seed for Imperial Valley must be oouelgued to the County Board of Horticulture at SI Ontro, there ta be examined, treated and held, until they are satisfied that tha seed contains ao hiaeet lafeetioa. This notice Is given oader the State Quarantine order of April M, IMS. w. ■. ynunn., Ounatj Horticultural O©imalMi<™<»r IGAS! ° - GAS!| II II ~ Commencing Monday, October 18th a representative of the Imperial Valley Gas Company will call upon the residents of Im- perial and El Centro for the purpose of making arrangements for service connections while the mains are being laid. We solicit the patronage of everyone now using gasoline, coal oil or wood for fuel. II I Imperial Valley Gas Co. Arden Plaster Colton Cement Pioneer Roofing One-Half Inch and Five-Eights Inch Redwood Boards L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. Complete Line Building Material >■■•■ m Ellwood Hog Fence Glidden Wire American Hog Fence WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EUCALYPTUS TREES ORNAMENTALS CITRUS TREES FRUIT TREES PALMS ROSES Send for our catalogue which will soon be ready for mailing; also send us the names of some of your friends who would like | to receive one of our cata- ■ logues. ARMSTRONG'S COVINA j NURSERIES j COVINA, - - - CALIFORNIA i I ' Gem Theatre Blackinton Block, El Centro. Moving Pictures & Illustrated Songs Entire Change Every Other Night. Admission 15c Children 10c # * * Beautifully hand-painted in at- tractive designs at moderate prices. A new stock of cut-glass ware. Solid gold and filled watches and Jewelry. ( All kinds of repairing skilfully and promptly done. # # # BITLE WBIMTNEY' Jeweler and Optician •./ EL CENTRO - - "CALIFORNIA DEPOT BLACKSMITH SHOP Now open for business. First-class Blacksmith, prepared to handle all lines of blacksmithing. We carry a full stock of auto supplies. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY F. M. BURGER — — — EL CENTRO, CAL THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC Will take you wherever the compass points-- I , I NORTH ®mm\ EAST SOUTH OR Not c i £" \/ WEST ———————— r ~ TAKE THE SUNSET ROUTE east through El Pano or Through New Orleans. THE OGDEN ROUTE passes through San Francisco and Ogden. THE SHABTA ROUTE passes through Mt. Shasta mountain scen- ery and on through to Portland. Through cars without change to Chicago via Ogden, via HI Paso and Kanßas City, and New Orleans. Through cars to Washington D. C. via New Orleans and Atlanta. Consult the Southern Pacific before making your trip. SOUTHERN PACIFIC C. M. KNOX, Commercial Agent, Riverside. W. H. MANN, Agent, El Centro. Saturday, December 18, 190!).