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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 September 1909

Saturday, September 25, 1909 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Los Angeles, California, Aug- ust 26, 1909. Notice Is hereby given that Daisy 11, MarClt, of Illvern, California, v/ho, on September 1", l!' 0.", made Desert 1/itnl Entry No. 3043, Serial No. 01122, for W. half NR. quarter Section 22, T. 13 H:, n. H 13., beltm Tract S>i, Township t !"■ .s.. n:uiK". II E-. H. 1!. Meridian, has idled notice of Intention to nmko Final Proof, to CHtiibllHh claim to the land above described, before U. S. l,nnd Office at Log Anffeles, Cal.'i on the :ird day of Novem- ber, iyo9. Claimant names tin witnesHes; Krnnk A; iMiuek, of Rivera! Cal., E. 11. Jlull and iUyra.ll. Hall, both of Holtvllle, Cal., ami A minis Feller, of Imperial, Cal. FRANK C. PRESCOTT, 23- Gt Register. NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land O.'fice at Los Angeles, California, August 26. 1909. k Notice Is hereby Kiven that George T. Hammonds, of Sllsbee, Cal., wh...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 September 1909

8 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Board of Supervisors. ISpts. Cencr-I rrd Special Tax Rates For The Year Established The Hoard of Supervisors of Im perial County met at the Court Mouse iv Xl Centra at 9:30 o'clock on the| forenoon of September 20. All mem ber? of the board were present. ' The minutes of the meetings of Sep tember 7, 8, and 13 were read ami i approved. County Surveyor C. N. Perry ap- ' peared before the board and report- j ed the results of his investigations In i relation to a heating .system for the Court House. The Board ordered that bids be called for the purpose of heating the Court House and County Jail by steam heat, acording to plans and specifi- j cations to be on file in tne office of; the County Surveyor.' Bids to be op- I ened and considered at. 10 o'clock a. m ! on October 11. The Board approved the bonds ;»f ' the Holtville Union High School Dis- j trict, and ordered the County Treas urer io advertise same for sale. The bills of Chas. D. Stephens, tor ■ $35, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. BUILDING PROJECTS OF HOLT COMPANIES improvements Planned In All ig Valley Cities IrTdicate Active Season , Business Blocks and Extensions of Ice and Cold Storage Plants 1 Involve an Expenditure by Mr. Holt and the Hol ton Corporation of a Third of a Mil lion Dollars. In pursuance of his ilxed policy to assist In the development of all of the towns of Imperial Valley, W. F. Holt has plans matured for a building cam paign this fall and winter which will represent an expenditure of fu11y.5330, 'ooo.' Every incorporated city in tho valley will benefit by these operations. One of the principal extensions of the Holton Power Company's inter ests will be the enlargement of 'tha ice plant at 131 Centro. Mr. Holt pro poses to erect an addition to the plant whjch will extend to the south of the present building, and which will be eighty by 140 feet v A new thirty-five ton ice machine will be added to the present equipment. The sum of $150,000 is to be invested ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

2 PIONEER CHURCH BURNED ;' econd Building Er«ct«d in Valley De ■ ■ .Z. ■ ■■ . ' stroyed by Fire at Imperial Last Weok (I The Christian Chtircb. of Imperial, Ihe second pprniaiH-ntbuildinß oroct- j ed in Imperial Vitlle't, was destroyed I by tiro about midnight last Saturday.! The cottage of Mrs. K. H. Put mini, ad joining the church building,, wns alfo completely destroyed. Most of the household goods of Arthur lajhr. who occupied the cottage, were removed. The fire was caused by an igniting fluid, presurnablj alcohol; from n4n 4 bot tle which Rev, E. A. Child tipped over while huniint; for medicine to apply, to an aching tooth. He tipped the bolilc over aud when he heard its contents leaking out be structe a match to learn what the liquid was. when the stuff took fire. In an instant the walls of the rooms at the rear of the church occupied by the minister wero. in flames, and they soon spread to the adjoining cottage, the mountains, forty-five miles dis in a short time both buildin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

Saturday, October 9, .909. COUNTY NOTES CALEXICO The contract .for completing the n,p l>rnnch-+t> tlio N«w River bridge on it!" east flldu and for bordering tit 3 highway as far out as' 'soctlon 12 la township 17, range 13, Ims been glvon to Walker & Company. These Im provements will be of much benefit to settlors in Water District No. 6.' * * # .Tameri K. I'cCk has as his guests hi a panjnto and Bister, Mr. and Mrs. Peck and Mlbs Rosa Peck, of Morgantown, West Virginia. They may spend the winter In Ihiperial Valley. }",'• * * * . W. J. liest has been appointed a del egate from the Calexico Chamber of Commerce to the Imperial County Chamber of Commerce, vice B. R. El liott, resigned. ■X- # * Frank Crane and family are hew ac quisitions at Cnlexico, having moved in from the ranch to occupy one of the Peck cottages on Rockwood ave n"e" " * * * "^ Senor Santa Morina, an official of Mexican, has been called to the City of Mexico by the serious illness of his mother. ' * * * Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press ;fj Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro ( ~JT I'rinTsTIED~EVKRY"BATURDAY / Edllfcr Allen Kelly Eh&hriesa Manager Lewis Havermale T SUBSCRIPTION One Tear «t,on B[x Months CO Taro«- Months .2.*> BCngle Copies .05 X WATCIi T 1 \ li "SUPSCR IPTION"!) ATE ON "YOU It PAPER fi / Entered ,as nconJ-class matter March 3, 1006. at tho postofllce at El / Centro. California, under thp act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Tho number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be I furnished on application. All remittances and communications should ho addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. WHERE THE PRESS STANDS There are many and diverse ways of conducting newspapers, as many as there are types of men engaged in the profession or business of journalism. The big city daily has developed — or de generated, according to the point of view — into a commercial en terprise or manufacturing concern, and the aim of its publishers is to supply ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

Saturday, October 9, 1909. THE WEATHER pate. Max. Te^m. Mm. Ttm. Hum. I 02 59 0 ,2 »<; <•„-) . is ji 85 , GO ' 0 4 SS r,2 '0 r. 'jo 56 o 6 92 i 58 0 7 !)4 83 0 WATER IN THE RIVER Moan dally page heights and dln rhargos of the Colorado River at Yu ma, Arizona for the week ending Sat urday, October 2, 1909. Date Gage Heights Discharges September 26 17.80 24,400 September 27 17.70 23,600 September 28 17.60 22.G00 September 29 17.55 22,300 September 30 17.40 21,300 October 1 17.35 20,700 October 2 17.10 19,200 FRANCIS U SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD BIRTHS Hays— September 25, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hayes, at Holtville, a daugh ter. MARRIAGES Hotchkiss-Brldges — September 28, at Yuma, Arizona, Ernest W. Hotchkiss, of Los Angeles, and Miss Lucile Bridges, of Imperial. -X- * -* Cline- Morgan — September 23, at Santa Aoa, William Cline, of Heber, and Miss Nannie Morgan, of El Cen tro. * * * Kyne-Robertson — September 23, at Santa Ana, Charles Kyne and Miss Sadie Robertson, bot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

6 LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figure* For General Produce and Live Stock Aa Revised by El / Centre Butlnaa* House*. ; "i» a matter of general Interest, The rross gives below the prices current in s the local market, as revised by El Centro business men, and this may bo taken as indicative of the general prices 'prevailing throughout the Im perial Valley. These figures are the selling prices to consumers: Creamery first, butter, ft 4le »-lb roll SEo Eggs, ranch doz 40c iloney 20c comb, S tor i 16c California Cheese S6o Kantern Cheeae ...250 Celery, head 100 Lettuce, head 5c Dry onions, ( lbs 25c Cabbage < . . . Sc Carrots, iix bunches for 250 Tomatoes, 4 pounds 25c Rhubarb, per 1b 10c Turnips, bunch Ec P»u so Bo Plant, lb 7%c Bell pepper, lb lOo! Dry Chili pepper, lb 250 Fears, .~ 10c Apples, box $2 to 13.50 Guavas, lb 6c Uananas, doz. 30c Strawberries. 10 c, 3 for 25c Oranges, navel, dot 30c Lemons, doicn SSo Green chill 10c Potatoes, sack, 109 lb* $1.60 Cracked corn, 100 lbs $2....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

Saturday, October 9, 1909. CITY OF EL CENTRO IS HEART OFVALLEY .Commercial, Political and So cial Capital of Imperial County The city of El Centro waa founded in 190G by W. P. Holt, who built a two-K(ory brick hotel, an opera house and oilice building, an eloctrc light and power plant and ice factory, and then Invited people to settle on the new lownsite. # 111 August, 1907, the town had only 125 Inhabitants, but* because of its central location and its railway con nections it was made the county seat • when Imperial County wan created out of the eastern half of San Diego coun ty. •' Settlement was rapid during the fall of 1907 and the following winter, and in April, 1908," El Centro was incor porated as a city of the sixth class, wi(h a population of 1250. Unique Frontier Town Withdrawal of valley lands from en try, pending completion of a new gov ernment survey, retarded progress in Imperial County for about a year, and in Aprjl, l!Kf9, Ell Centro's population had increased only t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 October 1909

8 "NORTH END" IS GROWING SUnder New Watfr System Shows rich Development— Twelve Families Locate > "North Rnd" I? a factor to be ned from this lhiu> forward when j •ial Valley development la- being I [considered. This territory which lies b(Uv,(<n the Alamo and New Rivers and: extends to the waters of the Sal- I ton Sea, Is coming under the Rystein j of the recently formed "North End! Water Company." and gives promise of rapid conversion into highly iin broved ranches. The high waters in the Alamo tin past few weeks have passed the new diversion dam without injury to that piece of engineering, although it is said that the volume of water pas sing down the river has bean almost j as great as that when the Colorado ', was (lowing into Sal ton Sea. J. W. Yocum, owner of extensive lands in this now district, was an El Centro visitor, Wednesday and told a Press represent.il iw< of the new developments of the district. J. F. Weaver. George Weaver and C. N. Weaver have each brou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. CITY WATER WORKS FOR SIXTY THOUSAND An Adequate Double System May Be Built For ' • That Sum. Investigation Cuts Down the City En- gineer's Estimates Mbout Twenty Thousand Dollars — Valuable Data Supplied to the Advisory Commit tee by W. F. Holt. The following communication- re ceived by the Advisory Committee on Water Works, appointed by the El Centro Chamber of Commerce, throws light upon the proposition to bond the city to the extent of $80,000 for construction of a water system: Redlands, October 11, 1909. Citizens' Committee, El Centro. California. Oentlemen: I have been making some investi gations in reference to , the water works, and I have an estimate on, a water works system for El Centro, which is as follows: Cleaning and cementing pres ent Settling Basins $3000.00 Pump House 2000.00 Machinery 3000.00 Tank and Tower 7000.00 Distributing system 22,000.00 Cement j Ditch from Canal to Settling , Basins 2000.00 Engineering and Incidentals.. 3000...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

2 j r^sm4' : wS ONION PLANTS WHITE BERMUDAS FOR SALE. EXTRA EARLY LATH HOUSE GiIOWN. SEE FOREMAN EDGE- WILD RANCH, 2 MILES SOUTH- WEST OF EL CENTRO. 2S-2t NEW STOCK Standard Makes The Valley Shoe Stora Is ra- ce! vlng a large stock of N«w Goods of Standard Makes In latest designs. This Is the only exclusive Shoe Houss In Imperial Valley and no old stock Is on the shelves. Ths newest arrivals Include: LADIES' PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS STRAP SANDALS CHAMPAIGN TIES CELEBRATED KIR KEN- DALI/MIBBION SHOES IN ALL BTYLEB FOOT FORM SHOES ■ LARGE LINE OF JOHN KELLY'S "ROCHESTER" SHOES 80LE AGENT FOR DOUG- LASS BHOEB Absolutely No Old Stock— Everything Fresh and New. Valley Shoe Store P. T. Cunningham, Mqt. EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE AND MONEY TO LOAN Good Buys in Farm and Town Property. Loans at Reasonable Rates on Unimproved Ranches. H. C. QRISWOLD Hotel Oregon Building El Centro, California f" CLOSING OUT AT COST I We are selling off nur vehicles and implements &t cost. Wiuona and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

Saturday, October 16, 1909. COUNTY NOTES HOLTVILLE The Woman's Study Club of flolt ville has resumed Its activities after the Riimmer'B vacation. At the first meeting, held laat week, the mem bers responded^ with quotations at roll call; Mrs. Vermilya read a paper on "The War of 1812," and Mrs. L. P. Sargent read a paper on "Emerson." The study hour was devoted to tho subject of "The Expansion of ' thn United Stateß." , * * -* A summary of developments In Ilolt ville and immediate vicinity includes city water works, to cost $37,000; the new high line canal, to cost $15,000; the Holtville Union High School build ing, to cost, with Hlte and equipment, $65,000: the new Holt block, to cost $30,000, and three public school build ings for the East Side, to cost ap proximately $9000. * # * Several hundred head of sheep will be placed along the canals of Wn'or Company No. 5 for the purpose of keeping down the byush and vegeta tion. President Porter Ferguson has been authorized to purchase t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Edltor Allen Kelly Bu»tne«» Manager l^J/y/ Lew '» Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $I 00 Six Months " ' go Three Months , o r , Single Copies ! . . . . . . . . . . .03 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at Xl Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. The number of our paid circulation and rates or advertising will bi> furnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. SOME CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY A Los Angeles lawyer contributes to The Times an analysis of the constitution of the state, pointing out its many defects and ab surdities, and in a few introductory remarks the paper asserts that the document was "framed to suit conditions that existed in the early days of gold hunting;, before agriculture and horticulture had beco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

Saturday, October 16, 1909. THE WEATHER Date. Max. Tom. Mln. Tern. Hum. 9 92 68 0 10 95 f.O 0 11 98 58 0 12 92 r,O o 13 92 r,a o 14 96 (52 0 IT. 94 60 0 WAJER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado Hlver at Yu ma, Arizona for the week ending Sat urday, October 9, 1909. Date Gage Heights Discharges October :i 17.0K 18,800 October 4 16.90 17,800 October 5 1 C.BO 1 7,200 October 0 IC.BO 17,000 October 7 16.70 16,100 October 8 16.60 15,300 October !» 16.50 14,500 FRANCIS L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORDS Holland— October 11, to Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Holland, in Imperial, a daughter. Born— October 12, to Mr. and Mrs. R. ,L«. Greer, a daughter. Adams — October 13, to Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, in Imperial, a daughter MAKES FINAL PROOF. Final proof was made Wecnesday by John W. Hair of Hebcr, on his land, the southeast quarter of township 21, tract No. 59. RECEPTION TO TEACHERS The ladies of El Centro last night tendered to the teachers of the gram mar sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

6 BRAWLEY'S FIRE DEPARTMENT Cosiness Men Organize Volunteer Company and Will Hold Reg* ular Meetings and Drills. The Hrawley Fire Department was formally organized Wednesday night with tho following officers: Prank Birkhauser, president ; R. Chambers, sccrelary; Harry Baum, treasurer; Dr. Cooko. physician; V. Smltz, chief; Ray Oriswold. assistant chief; O. C. Dlvely. fire captain; F. M. Connor, Lletutenant. Engineers — R. F. Uuth^ Cha*. W. Hays. Nozzlomen — L| Dennett, Walter Howard, Murray, Smith. Axemen — D. Dissent, W. Hendershot Plkemen — A. Chambers, C. Heckler, W. M. Fowlkes. i Pumpman — Ova. Dietrich. I.addrrman — R. Chambers. Watermen — H. Uaum, T. McKeehan. Regular meetings will be held Thurs day evenings. Messrs. Dively, Ben nett, Connor, Hays and Heckler are the entertainment committee. — Braw- HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL The representatives of the valley High School baseball league met at Heber College on Saturday afternoon. About twenty-five persons were pres ent. Mott Arnold,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

Saturday, October 16, 1909. CITY OF EL CENTRO IS HEART OF VALLEY Commercial, Political and So cial Capital of Imperial County The city of El Centro was founded in 1906 by VV. F. Molt, who built a two-siory brick hold, an opera bouse and ofllce building, an electre light and power plant and ice factory, and then invited people to settle on the new townslto. In August, 1907, the town had only 120 inhabitants, but because of its central location and its railway con nections it was made the county seat when Imperial County was created out of the eastern half of San Diego coun ty. Settlement was rapid during the fall of 1907 and the following winter, and in April, 1908, El Centro was incor porated as a city of the sixth class, with a population of 1250. Unique Frontier Town Withdrawal of valley lands from en try, pending completion of a new gov ernment survey, retarded progress in Imperial County for about a year, and ' in April, 1909, El Centre's population had increased only to 1500, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 October 1909

8 CIRCUS IS COMING Students of Central Union High Bchool to Give Two Nights' En tertainment Next Week. To Central Union High School be lonps the credit of making the first attempt at public entertainment this fnl l. The students are to give a two nishts" performance of their "Home Circus'^on Friday and Saturday night » of m>xt wrek. on the school campus. Th(\v will give a street parade, a free vaudeville entertainment in the open siir before the beginning of the big performance, and have provided sldo shows including the many at tractions usually seen at. the big cir cuses. The grounds are to be handsomely Illuminated and refreshment stands will serve the public. All the high school students and ' members of the faculty will take part in this "home circus." The enter tainments are given to raise funds for purchase of athletic equipment, and the students ask the liberal pat ronage of the citizens. School books at Crawford & Davis'. PIANOS! THE GREATEST AOVERTfSING TEST EVER PU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 23 October 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. COLORADO'S NEW WAY TO GULF EXPLORED Expedition of Engineers Afloat • in the forest of Baja California River Has Left Its Bed and Is Going _to Gulf by Way of Abejas and the Hardy — Explorer's Have a Lively Trip and Return With Valuable Information. The erratic* Colorado has done what watchers "of the river suspected it a year ago of intending to do. It has changed -its course in Baja California and is flowing' to the gulf through the channel of the Hardy, leaving its old Bed about twenty miles below Yuma and . inundating a large area of delta land west of the old channel and south of the divide that marks the ancient southern shore of the Salton basin. But for man's interference, the Colorado would now. be pouring its flood through the Alamo and New rivers into Salton Sea in flagrant contempt of the United States District Court. The levee built, last year from the base of Black Butte across New River where it leaves Volcano Lake turns the water southwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 23 October 1909

2 HUNT BUGS AND WIN CASH PRIZES Horticultural Commissioner W. E. Wilsie Makes Public Interesting Offer Would Enlist Settlers In the Study of Entomology and Offers Three Awards For the Best Collection of Valley Insects — Three- Judges Are to Determine the Winners, i Editor Imperial Valley Press: The Importance of the people of the valley knowing the valley In every do tall Is a well recognized fact. When Bettlenient began eight years ago noth ing was known, • further than that there was a large body of desert land lying here, with the waters of the Colorado River above it. Settlers as they came in, began to experiment, and experimental work I has been going on ever since. First It was proven that sorghum, then barley and wheat, then alfalfa, would do well. I^ater vegetables and ber ries, then cantaloupes and grapes, and now. many kinds of fruit are proving a success, and cotton bids fair to ' distance them all. So we will each year find new crops that are peculiar ly adapted to this ...

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