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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

KturdAy, December 12, 1908. punaway's [Drug Store 113 Days More ■Before Xmas || DO YOU KNOW— It la a poor ■den to wait until the last day Bo make your holiday purchastis. | THE THRIFTY SHOPPERS ■—are already making their se- ■octions and having them laid Biway. The nicest presents will not last long, better get yours today, It may be gone tomor- row. •A KODAK— makes a nice gift to either friends or /relatives. We I have a complete stock of East- mans from $2.00 to $25.00. Perfumes WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE IN HOLIDAY PACKAGES 25 CENTS TO $5.00 PER "BOT- TLE. Candy Don't forget that we carry the Pnest line of Chocolates and Bon hbns in the city. BEGIN AT THE TOP AND READ CAREFULLY...:.... Suggestions for Him . . *>& MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES. SHAVING BRUSHES. TRAVELING ROLLS RAZORS AND STROPS. GILLETT'S SAFETY RAZOR. COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES. CIGAR JARS. SHAVING SETS. SHAVING MUGS. POCKET KNIVES MEERSCHAUM PIPES BRIAR. PIPES CLOTH BRUSHES SMOKING SETS ASH TRAYS BILL BOOK...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

4 Imperial VaHHey. Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of £1 Centro PUBLrgHBD EVERY BATURDAY, Mana B er ,'■ C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor „ .. Lewlt Havermale One Year i ' $ lt(0 Six Months r>o Three Montis , 25 Single Copte • 05 ' WATCH THB SUDSGRIPffQN PATE ON~YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rat?? P? advertising will be furnished on application. '»■"••' All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Prert. Entered as second-class matter March 3. 1906, at the postofflce at til Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. FREE TREES FOR ROAD PLANTING. Imperial County needs trees and cannot have too many nor have them too soon. : Every public road should be lined with shade trees, and rows and plantations of trees on the farms would add to the comfort of living and to the value of land. If every farmer seta out trees along the west and north lines of his place and along the roa...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

Saturday, December 12, 1908. PERSONALS 11. O. Thomas has come from Ban ning for a sojourn at El Centro. [* * # 4,Tohn Wheeler, of Orange has been spending a portion of the week In El Centro. I# * # H. Kohl of Wayne, Nebraska, was an El Centro visitor the first of the week, F. Pearson nnd F. Nelson of Hart- Ington, Nebraska, have been El Cen> tro visitors the past week. They were guests at Hotel Oregon. ' R. S. Oakford, a member of the State Board of Pharmacy, came to El Centro, Monday from Long Beach, and has been a guest at Hotel Oregon. J. Dorval Cox, formerly a real es tate dealer of El Centro, has returned to this city after an absence of fiv eral months in Highland Park. He will spend the winter here. W. F. Holt has been spending sev eral days in the Imperial Valley. His private car, "Francisca," ha-i been stationed on a sidetrack at El Centro. Accompanying Mr. Holt on this trip were A. G. Hubbard and Pr C. S. Lombard, capitalists of Redlands. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Dickinson ha...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

6 1 I************************! [ Jlnnouncements Permit me to call your Atten- tlon to the completeness of my ♦ ■■■', preparations for holiday shop- * * ping. Gifts suitable for every J Z member of the family are here ♦ i ; and I respectfully urge you to $ ■ make an early inspection and J '< ', selection. I will be pleased to ¥ ' | reserve for you, anything se- * lected, until wanted. $ - : JEWELRY.WATCHEB, CLOCKB J I, : TABLE SILVER, DIAMONDS, * CUT GLASS. RINGS, $ '■ NOVELTIES. $ i • Practical Presents for Practical J 1 People to my optical depart- ♦ S ment # I KYLEMACBRATNEY || * JEWELER $ *EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA 5 Quick Service Skillful Workmen at the EL CENTRO BARBER SHOP s ~L. H. WHITE, Manager. Up-Town Agency for Imperial Valley Laundry. Shoes Shined. I Smoke Shop } * * £ Just Received a New Line of if- ! BRIAR and MEER- 1 | iCHAUM PIPES i | forXMAS | £ . Headquarters for ' *. 1 TENNIS GOODS | \ ' *" •■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ " J& ■ # & Arm Bands and rtnnants for * ■f ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

Saturday, December 12, 1008. Coffee Always uniform— our best product— sold in 1 lb., 2 lb., 2\ lb. and 5 lb. cans. Your grocer will grind it- better if ground at horne — not too flno. UNION CHRISTIAN CHURCH Regular Sunday services at the Holt Opera House. Bible School at 10 o'clock a. m.; W. E. Morton, Super intendent. Morning worship 11 o'clock a. m., conducted by Rev. J. F. Tout. Evening address at 7:30 p. m., by Prof. G. A. Ragan, "The Social Value ■of Manhood." Special music by Mrs. Jlayden and othres. EL CENTRO METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 o'clock Sun day evening. , Prayer meeting, Thurs day evening at 7:30. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Services are held at 10 a. m. on Sundays as follows: El Centro, Ist Sunday. Brawley, 2nd Sunday. El Centro (Imperial), 3rd Sunday. Calexico, 4th Sunday. Holtville, sth Sunday. For sick calls, call at Priest's resi dence in El Centro. • H..EUMMELEN, Rector. HEBER CHURCH SERV...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

8 HBHBR ' '^T^ii/^B 't 11~~1 1~~ £ -■* ~ t ■ msßk^r ii JBLJKt**iM WBSsßmt&k ■ ,-\v^ Vjff^ft * ill bh *■. » ' wi■ v k3BH^IP^OI ' SKf ~~ : - &*£% V JBH W^MJ^^^^^^K^^KaJt\ * ' f ■ >1 1 ./' .l*4l**'nH. l *41**'nH ■ ''Hr'i^^B- ■ ■ ' a J fcM 4lfl^B"4 l fl^B" ' t'-V^i| ■' ; I n'.* \\ ■'■ ' '"'"''*"^l»Sll^i '•• > tJss tfrW :v |"jF s » '* ti'- V "11" 1 1 TmJm&Mt^^^^Bm i jff^M ' > '^^fc ••'j nSrl *••*/ ■£ 4*-' QS J SONG AND DANCE BELLES AND BEAUX. With Richards & Pringle's Famous Minstrels. Last season was a hard season in every branch of business. Particularly in the theatrical field. A larger proportion of minstrel shows failed than ' ever before, yet Richards & Pringle's Famous Minstrels had a most success- ful season. This company was organized in August, 1879, since which time they have forged steadily forward, and to-day stand upon the top rung or success. Every now and then some unscrupulous person, envious.of their success, foists some cheap imitation upon...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. ACCEPTANCE OF IMPERIAL SURVEY BLOCKADE ON VALLEY LAND TITLES WILL BE LIFTED ON FIRST OF JANUARY IN WASHINGTON Good News in Official Letter From Commissioner of the General Land Office Transmitted by Senator Flint. Plats of all But Five Townships in Valley Completed and Two Already Accepted. All but five of the twenty township plats of the Imperial Valley sur vey will be accepted and filed by January I, 1909, and the five will be accepted shortly thereafter. Two townships have been accepted al ready. With acceptance and filing of plats, Imperial Valley lands not entered will be reopened to entry under the desert land act, and the Issue of patents will begin. This ends the land blockade of the. valley and begins the boom in small farm tracts. The good news is trans mitted to the Imperial Valley Press by United States Senator Frank P. Flint, whose interest and activity in behalf of the settlers of the valley is unflagging. Last summer the Ten Thousand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

2 WILL BRING SUIT AGAINST ASSESSOR Supervisors Seek to Recover Commissions on Taxes That Must Be Refunded. Improper Advertising of Jasper School Bonds Necesltates Reoffering of These Securities by County Treas urer— Brawley and El Centro Se cure Enlargement of Schoo! Dis tricts to Original ' Size. | The Board of Supervisors of Im perial county met at the Court Ilcuse In El Centro at 10 o'clock on Decem ber 9; all members present except Supervisor Porter Ferguson. C The County Clerk was authorized to furnish the El Centro Promotion Committee at the Los Angeles Cham ber of Commerce two maps of Imper ial county. The City of El Centro was allowed the work of county, prisoners now in ( the County Jail, to Improve the streets of El Centra, on condition that it be t done at no additional expense to the .county and with the approval of the Sheriff. . § Reports of the County Bee Inspec "«tor f the Horticultural Inspector and •^the Sanitary Inspector were received .-and filed. A petition from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

Saturday, neoembrr 19, 1908. Dunaway's Drug Store Six Days More Before Xmas DO YOU KNOW— It la a poor Idea to wait until the last day to make your holiday purchases. THE THRIFTY SHOPPERS —are already making their se- | lections and having them laid I away. The nicest presents will | not last long, better get yours today, it may be gone tomor- row. A KODAK — makes a nice gift to either friends or relatives. We have a complete stock of East- mans from $2.00 to $25.00. Perfumes WE. CARRY A COMPLETE LINE IN HOLIDAY PACKAGES 25 CENTS TO $5.00 PER BOT- TLE. Candy Don't forget that we carry the finest line of Chocolates and Bon Bons in the city. BEGIN AT THE TOP AND READ CAREFULLY........ Suggestions for Him MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES. SHAVING BRUSHES. TRAVELING ROLLS RAZORS AND STROPS. 'GILLETT'S SAFETY RAZOR. COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES. CIGAR JARS. SHAVING SETS. SHAVING MUGS. POCKET KNIVES MEERSCHAUM PIPES BRIAR PIPES CLOTH BRUSHES SMOKING SETS ASH TRAYS DILL BOOKS POCKET BOOKS ETC. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

4 I nmperial Valley Press Official New-paper cf Imperial County and City of El Centro _ pU- nLTgHE p~^Vg RY SATURDAY. Sr ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. c An;:^; AMoclatV Editor^ • Havermale SUBSCRIPTION' |ioQ fßlx Months «!? Three Months ft . Blngle Copies r...... .vo WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER, The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3. 1006, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. OBSTACLES TO PROGRESS REMOVED Every resident of Imperial County and every person interest ed in any way in the development of this region will rejoice in the Knews that the vexatious delays in the resurvey of Imperial Valley by the government are at an end and that the plats will be accept ed and filed by the first of next month. For this relief the peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

Saturday, I)*>cpmh*>r 19, 1908. MM^^ttf^^ I n account °f ' iav ' n g suc h an excellent trade in the Tailoring | rmTO^P^^^ W^^/Mi^W^' * " nG) WC aYe c ' cc^ ec ' to ac^ ' n connect ion to this, the newest I ¥^!/^S b^^& * and most up-to-date line of Gent's Furnishing Goods ever shown * k|R^» I ats ' n c new s^ a P es an(^ colors. Shirts, Neckwear and I PfS^^m llr^^^ ose n a c ' ass l ' iat cannot t> c secured elsewhere. * fe|i^|k^l * Christmas is near at hand and before buying see what we have ? Wjm W \ till * or y° un B men - Everything new. I vM \if j Sixth Street near Main El Centro, California | 0£ iJ^'W CITY AND VALLEY POSTOFFICE PROMOTION. El Centro to Become a Presidential Office on the First of January. El Centro is in the list of fourth class postoffices that will become pres idential offices on Jan. 1. The salary Df the postmaster will be $1,700 and allowances will be given for clerk hire, rent and other expenses. CONCERT COMPANY COMING The first number of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

6 tj/nncuncemcntl I Permit me to call your atten- 5 „'. tlon to the completeness of my ♦ J preparations for holiday shop- $ * ping. ' Gifts suitable for every f * member of the fAmlly are here * J and I respectfully urge , you to $ * make an early Inspection and J * selection. I will be pleased to ♦ J reserv'a for you, anything Be- $ * lected, Until wanted. * JEWELRY.WATCHEB, CLOCKB * TABLE SILVER, DIAMONDS, J CUT GLABB, RINGS, * NOVELTIEB. * ■" ? Practical Presents for Practical J People In my optical depart- * monk ■■ Z — — — ? | KYLEMACBRATNEY I ; JEWELER $ i EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA $ Quick Service . Skillful Workmen at the ' EL CENTRO BARBER SHOP L. H. WHITE, Manager. Up-Town Agency for Imperial Valley Laundry. Shoes Shi ned. || Smohe Shop | f* t I * Just Received a New Line of * | BRIAR and MEER- 1 If SCHAUM PIPES I 'i forXMAS | J Headquarters for .* 1 TENNIS GOODS! ; \ Arm Bands and ' Pennants for * ;: the Fans % | Smoke Shop | W. J Mitchell Watchmaker Mitchell Concrete Building...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

Saturday, December 19, 1908. Scene from "Hans an 9 Nix, 99 at Holt Opera House Tonight A refreshing novelty will be presented at the Holt Opera House, tonight, in the shape of the second version of that delightful farce comedy, "Hans an' Nix." This comedy, when presented by Dixon and Bernard last year, made a big hit and since that time it has been vastly Improved. A number of new musical numbers havo been contributed by Harry Yon Tilzer, and as they., are all of a dashing, swinging kind, they will make a hit with the public. Dlxon and Bernard, the well known German comedians, are the stars of. the play, and they have surrounded themselves with a company of forty people. Special attention has been paid to the .selection of the chorus, and It is claimed that they are the brightest, prettiest and shapliest lot of girls ever gotten together. The costuming will be magnificent and the scenic investiture is superb. While the play is billed as a farce comedy, it is more in the nature of a ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 December 1908

8 SIDEWALK ORDINANCES i's ■ Trustees Adopt Specifications and Will Order Work on Main Street. Prior to the meeting of the Cham ber of Commerce at the City Hall, Wednesday evening, a short session of the City Trustees was held, at which all membera were present ex cept Trustee C. F. Buttress. Two ordinances were given their final reading and adopted, and each | 8 of much ImporUir.M to this city. Ordinance No. 2.1 provides for the adoption of speclfliatlons for construc tion of cement curbs and sidewalks. Ordinance No. 25 1* a declaration of intention of the city to construct cc ; ment curbing and sidewalks on Main street, wherever such Improvements are not already In place, from a point 375 feet east of the east line of Fourth street to a point GOO feet west of the west line, of Sixth street These side walks are to be 11% feet in width. As soon as possible the trustees in tend to begin proceedings for a con 1 tlnuation of cement walks^ of less 1 width, from "Seventh street to the Dat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. COTTON PLANTING NOW A CERTAINTY Assurance of Gin and Com press, Establishes New Industry in the Valley Forty Acres of Cotton on Land With in City Limits of El Centro—Amer ican Nile Company Will Bring in Carload of Seed From the South. Forty acres of snowy cotton right on the townsite of El Centro and ad joining the Southern Pacific railroad, so that it may become a show-place' for every traveler through the val ley is a plan for which details have been arranged during the past week. That El Centro is to become the cen ter of Imperial Valley's cotton activi ties seems certain. With its stands and compress, it will assume the ac tivities in this line of industry s*o no ticeable in the larger towns of south ern Oklahoma and through the Texas cotton belt. Denver D. Pellet has secured a lease from the El Centro Townsite Company of a tract of forty-four and three-/ eights acres lyflig east of the South ern Pacific Railroad, and between Main and Orange str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

2 TO BUILD BRIDGES OVER NEW RIVER Supervisors Award Contract For Five Crossings On County Roads. Hearing on Petition to Fix Water Rates Again Postponed by Consent —Members of Board Determine, by Lot the Length of Terms of Succes sors. . The Board of Supervisors of Imper ial County met at the Court House at El Centro at 10 o'clock on the morn ing of December 21, all members be ing present, The claim of the Southern Paci fic Company for $256.20 was allowed. to be paid out of the school fund for Brawley district," It appearing to the Board that said sum was erroneous ly colected as taxes for 1907 and was r paid into the funds of the Brawley school district. The Board received and accepted the map of Tract No. 1, being a sub division by Ernest R, Smith of the south half of the southwest quarter of section 4, townwshlp 11 south, range 14 east, the territory adjoining Old Beach or Imperial Junction. The Board accepted for the public the streets and alleys for this tract. This being the ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

Saturday, December 16, 1908. County Notes IMPERIAL The average selling price of No. 1 water stock disposed of at the sale of delinquent stock held last week was $17.G0. Beryl Long, twelve-year old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Long, died In Imperial Monday morning af ter a brief illness. * * # The Imperial City Trustees have adopted an ordinance making it ll* legal to use a gasoline cooking stove within the fire district No. 1. * * * George A. Long returned on Mon day from the Palo Verde Valley, where he secured 400 head of cattle to bring into the Imperial Valley for winter feeding. . * -5f * Clarke H. Bradshaw has gone to Chicago, -where on December- 29 he will wed Miss Marjorie Gilkison, daughter of Jasper G. Gilkison of Ir ving Park, a suburb of Chicago. * * * Rev. "Harvey Hazel, who has been pastor of the Imperial Christian church for several months, has resigned the pastorate to accept a call to the Chris tian Church in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. ' The body of William K...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

4 Hmpeoal Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra * ~~" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. S; Manager C. F. Hayden Editor • Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewis Havermate SUBSCRIPTION VOno Year $100 ;; Blx Months SO ' Three Months 25 Single Copte* 05 WATCH THE SUBSCIIIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnlsbed on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial 'Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofilce at El Centre, California, under the aot of Congress of March 3, 1879. . NUMBER ONE'S STOCK INCREASE „ The stockholders of Water Company No. 1 will decide on Jan uary 12 whether or not the capital of the company shall be in creased to provide water stock for about 30,000 acres, within the limits of the district, which remain unreclaimed because no pro vision has been made for supplying the territory with water. '* If the stock is iss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

Saturday, December 26 1908. PERSONALS 11. IF. Elliott of Santa Rosa was an El Centro visitor Monday. V. S. Libby of Oceanslde has been an El Centro visitor the past week. * # # Mrs, C. H. Hersee has been spend ing several days with relatives at Redlands. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb have returned from Calexico to their for mer home in Yuma. •* * # Dan E. Shaffer left El Centro Wed nesday morning for a visit to his homo in Snn Diego through the Christmas holidays. * # * L. A. Clampltt came down from Los Angeles Monday night to look after his interests In connection with the El Centro test well. . ** * . Leo Flynn and Mrs. Julia Flynn of Dcs Molnes, lowa, have been among the valley visitors the past week. They have been guests of Hotel Oregon. ;V. >'j/ ■$ * * * v Mrs., A. Fink and daughter, Miss Gertrude, have been down from Los Angeles, visiting Mr. Fink at El Cen tro. They returned Sunday morning. •*•* * * ;• D. G. Aplin, president of Water Co. No. 1; is now a resident of Hlghlnad. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

6 HtOFESaOHAL CARDS ESHI.EMAn'V^WINO. Attorneys »t Law. Rl Ccntro. • California IHfi V Notond , Frank Blrlthausfr INOLAND A BIRKHAUBER Attorney* and Counselor* at Law. GENERAL PRACTICE. Office* at El Ccntro and Drawley. Cal. |3 R. BROOKS M. D. Physician and j Ct* Surgeon. Alamo Hotel, • HOLTVILLE, - • CALIFORNIA \ /ERMELL RAPP, Lawykii. V Will practice in all the courts and before the U. S. Land Office. ; Office In Hotel Oregon block. MoNAIfARA, Attorney aad ' Oovoselor at Law. Land, Cri- minal aad Commercial Law. formerly lof lUkersfleld ana Visalla. Office iv Opera House Block, El Centro. Call foroUL f\R. HARRIETT RIGB-FHATHER, U Osteopathlc Physician, graduate American School of, Osteopathy, Kirk- fills, Ho. Office and residence, Fourth 6L and Imperial Aye., Imperial, Cal. Diseases of women a specialty. Will visit El Contro by appointment only. C. L. BKOWN . .M. W. GONKLJNO CONKUNG & BROWN ATTORNEYS AT LAW EL CINTRO • • CALIFORNIA Go*. H. P. Shaw Herbert W. Brewer ' CHAW A BR...

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