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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS VOL. IV. Published at the center of the greatest irrigated territory in America, in the heart of the Colorado desert. San Diego county. Southern California, 67 feet below the level of the sea. Under pres ent canals. 250,000 acres : under irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land in Arizona and land to be irrigated by the National Government from the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of mare that? a million irrigated acres. A GREAT STORM Cloudbursts on the S. P. Destroy Miles of Track And Hold Up Trains for Two Days. WoTst Ever Known on the Los Angeles Division What was a threatening looking day liere Saturday was a terrific storm fur ther north, culminating in cloudbursts at intervals from Beaumont to Old Beach that washed out the Southern Pacific track in many places and kept the company busy for two days to re pair it. The local line was washed out beyond Brawley and aconstruction train was "ditched" on i...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

IMPERIAL TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY Authorized Capital $100,000. Paid Up Capital $25,000 This is the latest enterprise to be launched in Imperial. U. S. Commis sioner Havens has arranged with Los Angeles and San Diego parties to this end, and is able to announce positively that hia cherished desire to found an abstract of title company for the lands of the future Imperial County is realized. The records of both the public lands and LAW OVER ICE MACHINE Thing Brothers Want $2000 on Ac= count of Alleged Defect Tuesday's Union reports the following : George W. Thing, Frank Thing and Samuel Thing, mem hers of the Imperial city firm, Thing Bros., have a few things against Harl S. Cliff, a dealer in implements in the same city. A complaint was filed by the brothers in the superior court yesterday demand ing judgment against Mr. Cliff in the sum of $2,305, and interest and costs. The plaintiffs assert that they nego tiated with Mr. Cliff for the purchase of an engine to develop 8 1-...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

The Accident to Mr. Heildbrandt The death, at his home in Chino, of F. M. Heildbrandt, a cattle dealer well and favorably known here, was reported in last week's Press. Concerning the accident that caused it, a Chino dis patch of Aug. 23 says: F. M. Heildbrandt, a well-known cattle buy^r, was seriously injured in a runaway here this afternoon. Heild brandl's team ran away and dashed the buggy against a tree in the park, throw ing ileildbrant and his little sou out, slightly injuring the latter and injuring one of the horses. Heildprandt's back was broken and he received other severe injuries. Abstract Company Will Incorporate The Imperial Valley Abstract Com pany has made arrangements with a similar company at San Diego whereby complete records will be furnished it of all filings affecting title to lauds in the Valley. To carry on the business in the enlarged form it is expected to assume, tlie company will be incorpor ated, with ample capital stock, and have good office accommodati...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

F. C. PAULTN, President Win. T. DUNN, Cashier Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY, CAL. Capital Stock - - - $25,000 Paid in Capital - - - $12,000 Organized March 1 , 1 904, under the laws of the state of California Loans made on Real Estate and Approved Collateral DIRECTORS : F. C. Paulin, W. G. Emerson, J. W. Oakley, W. T. Dunn, George Frazer LEROY HOLT, Pres. A. H. HEBER, Vice-Pres. GEO. A. CARTER, Cashier First National Bank of Imperial All Accommodations Consistent With Conservative Banking Ex- tended to Patrons Directors: Geo. A, Carter, Leroy Holt, A. H. Heber, E. J. Marshall, I. W. Gleason, J. A. Morrison, V. Gant Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Highest grade Commercial Work and Bankers' Supplies Agents Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Francisco Artistic Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 528 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Ml/11/11/llllßM m X 111 Or bargain sale excursions on a bike; Mnll/lilllHllm^U to M Imm And ' recko...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

SILSBEE What's Doing Over at the Pleasure Resort on the Shore of Blue Lake The new post-office building, next to Rumsey's store, is completed and Post inester Browning moved in early in the week. Silsbee merchants seem to be "but ting in" for their share ot the Valley's trade. Many new faces are to be seen in our stores lately. The smiling countenance of Geo Varasy, of Imperial, was noticed in our burg one evening recently. We suppose he came down to cool off. Dr. Fuller, B. F. Fuller and Ray Henderson left for the Julian country last Monday. It is understood they will return with a load of fruit. We understand that work will be be gun on the new school house at Silsbee soon. It will be a welcome addition to our town and one that is badly needed. W. M. Orrick received a telegram last Friday, calling him to San Diego as a witness in the Deen case. It was Orrick who arrested Dees at Silsbee the same day of the killing. J. R. Havens and J. M. Games went to the mountains last week. They...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS AT IMPERIAL, CAL., BY IMPERIAL PRESS CO. ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SUBSCRIPTION One Year - - $1.00 Six Months .60 Three Months .... .35 Single Copies .... .05 DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904. 49~Watch the subcrlption date on your paper. It will be stopped at that time unless sooner re newed. *a~No credits for legal notices. Payment must b» made on or before delivery of affidavit of publication. F. H. Wales is authorized to receive subscrip tions for the Press and receipt for the same. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vice-President CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana Keep your eye on VVilsie. Shirley L. Holt has severed his con nection with the Ontario Record and bought the Whitter News. The Rock Island is coming, says an Eastern railroad financier, in the Ex aminer, though its terminus is not dis closed. The R. I. appears to have its eye on Imperial. See the particulars of the Far...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave for Old Beach 3:27 a. m., and 1:40 p. m. Due to arrive from Old Beach 7:15 a. m., and S:OS p. m. Mails Arrive and Depart ARRIVE FROM CLOSE FOR (a) Lot An re lea and (a.) Los Angeles and the west 7 am west 12:00 <fc 6:00 pm fa) New Orleans and (a)New Orleans and the east 8:15 ant east 12:00 <fc 6:oopm .(a)BrawUy 7am <a)Brawley 12:30 pm (d)HoltvilU Man (d)HoltviUe 10 am gb)Calexico 10 am <bJCal«xic». 10 am <WSilBbee 3:30 pm (b)Siisbee 4:15 t(c)Bradtmoore - Warn (cJßradtmoore 10 am 'a; Daily, (b) Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays, (c) Irregular, no schedule, (d) Daily except Sunday. Postoffice hoars 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m_ Sundays 9 to 10. W. B. Warren has gone east. Paul Morrel and wife returned Tues day. Thomas Beach and wife returned Tuesday. Win. Bauman, formerly of Holtville, is now in San Bernardino. Comity tax rate is lower this year. Expected to be 1.56 as against 1.65 See ad of Brown's express. He will attend to your orders promptly and...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

HERE IS SOMETHING Charles W. Fernald HAS FOR SALE CHEAP One Frazer Cart. One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 1 -2 X Wagon. 10NX light 2-Horse Wagon. 3 Sets of Heavy Chain Harness. One Light Double Driving Har- ness. New Osbourne Reversible Disc. Two 14-inch Plows. One 1 2-inch Plow. A lot of new bedsteads and springs. A lot of chairs of all kinds. Charles W. Fernald THE SECOND HAND MAN. IMPERIAL, CAL. G. W. McNear General Grain Merchant Those wanting Kaffir and Egyptian corn for seed will do well to get it soon, as we must clean house for the new crop. R. E. TOOMEY, Local Agent Heber Commercial Co. HEBER.CAL. General Merchandise Examine Our Goods. Note Our Prices. Value for Value We Can't be Beat Our Stock is New and Fresh Chaplin Bros. IMPERIAL LANDS National Irrigation Coming. When it Conies, Then Comes the Boom! Somebody is Going to Make Money Investing in Imperial Property at Present Values WILL IT BE YOU? IMPERIAL PRESS HEBER Notes of Passing Events From the College Town The work train is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

CALEXICO Items of Interest at the In ternational Gateway City. Wm. Salisbury, of Imperial, was in town last Thursday. Mrs. Waldo Miles and children are visiting in Riverside and Corona. E. H. Rockwood and mother, Mrs. C. V. Rockwood are in Los Angeles. Peter Barnes returned from San Diego Tuesday evening. He had been serving on the petit jury. Mr. J. C. Shepard, of Fullerton, has been looking after his interests in this end of the Valley for several days. Messrs. Silsbee, Andrade, and Thompson, of Los Angeles, outfitted in Calexico for a trip to Lower California. Mr. A. E. Andrade, of Los Angeles, representing Mexicali for the Emerson Realty Co., was in Calexico a few days last week. Mrs. Edward Dool, Lucille an<l Don ald and Miss Esther Dool returned to Los Angeles Tuesday morning after a pleasant two weeks' visit in Calexico. Messrs. Garey, of Imperial, Brown of Brawley, and Farrington of Holtville, were in town Tuesday forenoon in the interest of the big ratification meeting a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal., August 16, 1904. Notice is hereby given that JAMES G. COR- TELYOU, of Los Angeles, Cal., has filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert- land claim No. 1288, for the SK A of NW \i, S X A of NE H, NUofSW l 4 and N%of SE %, Sec. 6, Twp. 15 S, R 14 E, S. B. M., before Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on Tuestiav, the 4th day of October, 1904, He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Edward L. Crane, of Imperial, Cal.; Earl Loffer, of Imperial, Cal.; J. V. Taggart, of Im- perial, Cal.; Ella B. Cortelyou, of Los Angeles, Cal. A. J CROOKSHANK, Register. aug 27-sep 24 DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF— NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal, August 16, 1904. Notice is hereby given that ELLA B. COR- TELYOU, of Los Angeles, C...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

Hotel Imperial mnmu, - - CALIFORNIA MRS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. -; _ • w ■■ i ■ TV • 1 1 ii ■ ;:• *|| __^^— I— — "" ' • f* - JJ «.-.'•-• ' . ■ . • ■ •'.'■'•» .••."■ . . N . ■ -• • - • • • .- ■.-* •" * . ■ ' * * • ' * '* *.',.'■ -''•" I free 'Buss to and From All Trains I t HOTEL THELMA ?WSr I 4* „ &. »> Free 'Buss to and from all trains. Fine Sample Rooms 2[ }: Charges floderate. Run in connection with the hotel is If* 4? Xl-i^ Thalma I S\7Afir Good Provi for all -^ £ 1 lie 1 neima. LlVery Classesof Service at Reasonable T *t? —^— -— - " Rates W £^ • 4^ jg. Land Contracting Large equipment of teams constantly at ♦? work on all kinds of land contracting. Leveling, grading, ditching, £$ bordering, and all classes of reclamation work done properly and ♦> cheaply in any part of Imperial Valley. •• # Hay and Grain flarket A kinds of feed in stock at the •^5- livery stables for sale at market rates. Wheat, Barley and Alfalfa 4£ j& Hay. Rolled Barley and all kinds of feed grains...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

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Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 3 September 1904

| ICALEXICOT I S THE INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY B g BETWEEN gi I The Two Republics I a* Calexico is to California what El Paso is to Texas. It is at this point that the main line of the South- KS crn Pacific road will cross the International boundary line, and passing through Lower California for a |S distance of about fifty miles, crosses back to the United States side near Yuma, just west of the Sj§ JSW Colorado River. IS2» SbJ The line is already completed to the boundary line at Calexico, and the work of extending the bSp same through Mexican Territory will soon be pushed. g£J pjjgj At Calexico there has been established an American Custom House, an official with a corps of Bjj3j assistants, while just across the line is the town of Mexicali. There has been established a Mexican Wpl pa* Custom House with custom officials. IS £S« Calexico is the to which all goods must be brought for shipment from either country to the other. is v|b Therefore, Calexico is destined to become the gatewa...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at th# c#nl#r of the frr-ir.i Irrigated lcrrit#.r> In AmrrU*. In ihr hrart «il lh« Oiiormiin titter I. Han lllr«o vmnty. Southern California, A 7 lect b«low Ihe level of the Ma. Xlntor pr««« •fit tmnml%. 2l«.OOOacr«t: uo«l«r Irrlxatlon ■yatvm »hen compWttd. 400.00.1 mete: Adjacent l» irrlgalrd land In KrXttmm *><! tan 4to be IrrlgaUd by lh< NatJonaJ Government from the tarn* grand Colorado rU«r whkh » 111 m«v# a combined bmly of mmre than ■ million Irrigated acrti. FROM CALEXICO TO YUMA Southern Pacific Will at Once Commence Building Connecting Link Large Force of Workmen to be at Work on Ist of October — Benefit to Imperial Valley. / Any doubt* that may have IMM-'n «»i}- Ccrlaiurd an to the future of the Imperial Valley may how bo net at rent. If the Southern Pacific It. It. Co. were not certain il»«? material development of ibid country would continue, they would not at this time l>cgin the conntructioii of thu link connecting ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

■oorccii atwS Uic jttodnrtlr«n<Hw «f tbi* CaVOfrd i» pr»>l«ablv Mt|*vri< r to thnt of any li»c*lity on ttu* fa*v ol th<» e^»rth. We tutit't rrinrmU't. bo»o*.rr. In our (iiiliun.i*iii. that ft plain *t«teti>cut of fact* iu»t ItifrMQentfy i-larth* hitmnn credulity into diMvlirf, nnd Itcff In lhl« marvelooil lmi«*rial Vallry we flnd "ur -*clvri», r»irn whrn dc-ilnn: witli itrvfm pible evldeticei forced to Us cftntoudcal with the truth. Thin, my friemK i* the daj uu.l the hour for *p«aoe. At toi« |Mrtifidm time the •mouldering t'lnlvr-i of inx-ut Mjjly micundcn'tAndiitttS Iwtc U-cn covortxl with the atluM of Kn^tfulncw, j and it »♦> w»lf,for prudentbli n-:o> •!>•>. to Itodlottsly nioitl all cniuinati' -n*». re*. eritninauons ainl pcrsmnalilio*, l»*»i i Ihcae KaooWering embersi U- f-nuu-dj into an »nj;ry flame of *elf dertnic lion, j It bat !•»<*» **i«i *•> thwic «h«» miUitht V.» *tit up troubJe rnther than cement pK>l fellowship, that th.rv wa« a thin...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

IRRIGATION CASES HEART Nine Actions In All— Plaintiff* Allow ed 10 Dayato Pile Hrlcfa. (Han tilega Union) Thifl inortltllg ill deitartinent Otlfl of the «ii|M»rior court, Jud^e Torrotico \>»>k lilt the heariiiK of UMMtUtIIGfOUI RCtloilN (lied by lettlefl in lllt|KJrlal valley uk'uiii"! tii" Imperial Water comiMin(**i Num. 4 and H and the California l)«ivel* Opmetlt comitany. The plaiulifPn wen* renfVMntal in court by Attorney J. /. Tucker, while the California Develop ment company wan represented by At* toriiirx Kdwin A. Mewrve of l*m An* l»«»h*H and Victor K. Shaw of thin city. Attorney P. 11. McPheriin wan present, to liMik after the Iliturcfllfl of the liu l<fi ial Water coiupaiiicrt. Nearly the entire* morning scwlon of the court wan taken up in the hearing «»f argu menU by respective counsel ami mi adjournment wan not taken until 12:'U) o'clock. At that time the hearing of the case wan completed for the cJttV. When the cane wa* called the defen danta presented to the c...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY. CAL Capital Stock - - - $25,000 Raid in Capital - - - $12,000 Organized March I, I C K)4. under the laws of the state of California Loans made on Real Estate j a ] r* || . ] F. C. Paulin, W.(i. Kmpr*.», J. W. Oakley, \V. T. Dunn, c;t«>rvr Fraxcr LKHOY.HOLT, l*w«. .\. 11. lIKBKK, Yuv-Prva. GEO. A. CAKTKK, Cwiliier Pirst Notional Bank of irtipcrlnl All Accommodnlions Consistent With Conservative liankin^ Hx- j ten Jed to Patrons Directors: Gtro. A, Carter, Lerojr Holt, A. 11. Heber, E. J.Marshall, I. W. G lesson, J. A. Murrktn, V. Gant Los Ang-eles Lithographic Company; I-? I *-i •■* I - I } t\/v I - c f *it i ' jnt* r* v * i r 1 1\ (\t f t *t * *^ tffi f a 111 1 * * ilijjlu.'St crade Coninierrial Wi»rk an«l IlankiTs** Stij»pties Agents .Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Prancisco Arti&tk Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 5> <?. Main St.. \j» Angeles- Cal. •/'.'■ v "".'»' XK I*'1 *' •■-">. "•■',■ ■■**-' :^. r^ll-Vij m M"'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

SILSBEE WWt t^oing Ovrf at ihr |M»«iufr Itrtotl on i)m* Shorr U lilw I -«L«- Thc(Unrf Prlday niK>»t *•« •» v«rv enjoyable affair and was wall ftlUiiideJ. J. |{. lljivt-im r< ( ttirnpd from tli«» inoiiijtitiiiN Sunday bringing in- family null him. A. N. Jones i« wiili un once more nft««r i|iendltifi n couple of weeks in th«» county n«*at vitln^i*. Mm. OrHck and Mlis Kilna 1 1 I » f f nr com|Miiivd Mr. Or rick to the county H«*at. They OX|«Ct to return in nl«»iit two weeks. Charley Ocaiborii carrio«l his nose In n sling for n i'<»upl«« of iluyH last weekj as the result of v mis-Judged "Hy,' while play ing hall. Members «»f the Blue l^iko Hall Team nrc practicing daily nnd i"c|*Tt U) \>C able in « snort time to 'Vkin" any ba»M! h»il I iniKr**K ft t>"" i' 1 l i e Valley. Allen Jones niart« f«»r Snn I)i«t:«» JBuuday evening' l»<it will return in a few days. !!•• »•«>'» t.li«* H<K*ial functions nr«« Kiting so numerous that ho in «»liliK'»'<l to #> aftor Itlif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

Till; IMPERIAL PRESS ft unuiiKMTi •!)»%« hi ivr«»i»t,c«U. St iMrr.iiiAi. ri;rs> CO. i!Nii:vi:t» A 5 apcosb a>A55 m^tiim m nscstpnoN One Yf«f .... $1.00 Six Month* .... m Ttiroc Monti* .... Sinelo CopW* .... .iv% DO SOT SI;M> STAMI»>IN !»%>MI!M SATURDAY, SKITKMm.K io. 1 >M. It •» 111 t* •topp*^' •' * h «' H.T»e unlc*« •mntt rr« poi'lKtlicn. ii..n» for th«- !'«» v * *«*' r*crtp< <•>* ***■ **««• cm OFFICIAL PAPER WATER COMPANY NO. I It is hervbv or«ien>l by the l**ani of i dirx-cti-rc of "Iraperial Water Tomjany No. 1 that Urns I in periai Prv«s be reco^ , ni?<>! a* the ofßcuil orpin of f»-*ii«l com* iianv. and t!i«« wcretary i* instruct**! t»* cauw* \m \*e publl*bcil in *;»}»! ii«-««ivij*r viUtout cost, Uks minute* >>i all the meetings *«f the directors am! stock* holder* of said company. Adopted by the l-onl of directors «'f Imperial Water Coni|«inv No. 1, July •-'. !**« !I. 1». MclMifrrin. Sec. I F<»r I*rtr*J<letit : THEOW »U E Rodi« X...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

IMPERIAL fraln Tim*. l.riif tot Mill hi- it h \ T, a. ni., nil 1 : 40 ft, in, iMir Ii tlt,\ rit ..in i • l.f |lr „Ii ", |< .| m, .IM<I S:US !•. •>• Frank Bjtli»d»ury nan in \*i* Atlgelcs n f«>w dayn tJux H'euk. itoadinasUtr Penny i* with v* again uft<«r a vacation on ilu* cuasL More/ McAlttiotid ha* lieeli appointed «*mi «.t.«i»lf at (?alevir*o. Uoyr>r Wfhnter in rujoyiug a vacation lit |-<inti on tllUCliflSU Mm. Kriimt Tliornqttt'flt nnd child left TiM'Hilay for St. l>oiii», Micliigai^ Clerk llolcoinb lias rcNigued, Fruuk A. Kslrnuim m the new appointee, Mm. JI. IC. Andre returned Monday nft*T v summer vacation »t coast |Kiiuts. Trustee Hawes rvltirniHl Friday morning from lii- nuiiiiiier visit ul Long Ijearh. Win. VN'cmscl ha** returned from a va cation, visiting Kan Piegu and the bcacliuf). Mr. OMIMr, of tl»«3 New York Store, bun returned from a vacation in Arizona nud the Kasti An addition ltU:» in being built at tin* real of A. L. 1 1 1 1 1 *•• liardwitr...

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