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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 November 1909

Saturday, November 27, 1909, COUNTY NOTES WATER DISTRICT NO. 6 H. J. Brown was a visitor at Los Angeles last week, where his family is located. * * * A fine mare belonging to 11. C. Ben nett was severely Injured in a runa way last week. \ tt -» * The completion of the grading to the Wisteria bridge Is proving a great convenience to settlers of this district, and considerable heavy haul- Ing is done by this route now. * * * Mr. and Mr#. Foster, of Pomona, accompanied by Miss Grlmp, of that town, are spending some time in this district while Mr. Foster Is working on the reclamation of his desert en try. * *• * The Mount Signal Sunday School meets regularly every Sunday after noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. John J. Malle superintendent of Congregational mis sion work iin Southern California, preached after the Sunday school ses sion last week. PALO VERDE VALLEY The streets of Blythe art /being graded and irrigated. * * * The Nelpp Bros, are soon to put in an ice-making plant in Blythe. * * * M...

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. — 27 November 1909

4 Imperial Valley, Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUBLISHED EVERY BATURDAY Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale O»«Y.Ar SUBSCRIPTION ~~ Six Months 60 Three Months , 25 Single Copies .' .'.'.'..'.'..' 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. BUZZARD'S ROOST REPUDIATED Recent disturbances of harmony in the Eagles' Aerie in El Centro have been reported to the grand officers, and the Grand Worthy President, Frank E. Hering, of South Bend, Ind., has written to the lodge: "The best way to prove the bona fides of your Aerie and the desire of all of your officers to act for its greatest benefit would be to close, once and for all, the Eagles' buffet, to disown even the slightest connection of the El Centro Aerie w...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 November 1909

Saturday, November 27, 1909. THE WEATHER bale Max. Tern. Mln. Tern 20 78 44 14 21 81 44 18 22 84 44 24 23 85 50 20 24 - 85 49 19 25 86 47 21 26 58 52 65 VITAL RECORD BIRTHS. McCoy— November 20, to Mr. and Mts. J. M. McCoy, of Calexico, a son. MARRIAGEB. Barnum-Llncoln — November 1, at Bakersfield, Ashton Barnum, of Bak ersfield, and Miss Fern Lincoln, daughter of Mrs. E. J. Clark, of He ber. * # * Donovan-Fuller — November 19, at El Centro, William H. Donovan and Maude Fuller, both of Imperial. •» * # Cook-Herezburg — November 14, at El Centro, Charles. L. Cook, of Los Angeles, and Miss Katie Herezburg, of Holtville. DEATHS. Kordina — November 18, near Holt ville, Mrs. France? KordiiKi of lowa. Death was caused by tuberculosis, and as no physician was in attendance, a coroner's jury held an inquest over the body, finding as above. FERRIS-FRY The wedding of Carey H. Ferris, a rancher of Meloland, and Miss Clara Bell Fry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fry, who reside on the Loftus ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 November 1909

6 NORTH END DEVELOPMENT Five Thousand Acres of Raw Land Being Leveled and Prepared For Crops. No part of the Imperial Valley la experiencing more prosperity than that in and around Bfftwley, snys the Brawley News. More crops are go- Ing In than ever before, the far mers are making better improvements and the merchants generally nre feel ing the good effeols of the Increase in population aiid consequent ad vance in trade. The newest district is under the North End Water Co. Here over 5000 acres of raw land is being leveled and put in. The canal system is practi cally completed with a main canal of 100 feet capacity, and headworks of a size sufficient to provide for all needs. Development of this fertile section r between the Alamo and New rivers was delayed by the uncertainty of the survey. Lying north of the Third Standard Parallel the boundaries are not governed by the re-survey of the Imperial Valley. It has been found impossible to retrace the 1856 survey, although an effort to d...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 November 1909

Saturday, November 27 ,< 1909. YOUNG MEN'S CLUB i Steps Taken to Organize Institution for General Improvement and Entertainment. r A meeting of the young men of El Centro was held at the Holt Opera House on Monday night to discuss the feasibility of organizing a young men's club for general Improvement and entertainment. Those present were enthusiastic over the prospect and opportunity. A second meeting will be held next Monday night, at the Opera House, to which all young men of El Cen tro and vicinity are invited. At that time it Is proposed to effect a tem porary organization and to formulate plans for the winter's activities. It is proposed to have regular week ly meetings, and possibly semi-weekly gatherings. One of the features of the club .will be a series of weekly Bible studies led by competent busi ness men. It is probable a gymna sium and athletic equipment will be provided for, and that a series of practical talks on business methods, hygiene, current events, etc., wi...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 November 1909

8 CAUGHT A BAD MAN FROM THE WILD EAST Sheriff Meadows's Prisoner a New York Outlaw Full of Buckshot and Deviltry It is quite probable that William Harris, now detained in the Imperial County Jail on the charge of stealing two rings from tin* residence of Geo. T. Irvin, west of El Centro, may prove a criminal wanted in various locali ties. It is believed that Harris is really UH Monroe, wanted in New York to answer to the charge of ar son, and that he is a fugitive from other places. It is known that Harris has gone under various aliases, among them Bill Monroe. .lames Williams, Leslie Ford and Will Smith. When captured at El Centro, on the charge, of ring stealing, Harris broke away from the Sheriff's office at the jail, and was only recaptured by a lively chase in which several shots were fired. While in jail, an examination of the man showed that he carried a shot In his back and this was removed by a physician here. Harris has confessed to his fellow prisoners his various exploit...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. PRODUCTS OF COUNIY TO BE SHOWN AT FAIR Preparations and Entries Indi cate Great Exhibition of Valley Resources. ' Texans Will Take Charge on Cotton Day and Entertain Los Angeles Ex cursionists With Big Barbecue- Program of Races and Games For the Four Days. Great preparations are in progress for the second annual Imperial Coun ty. Fair, to be held at El Centro the last four days of next week. From all parts of Imperial County come reports of intending exhibitors and parties who are planning to' at tend this exposition of valley pro ducts. It is believed that the attend ance will he fully double that of last year's fair, and that the number of exhibits will be far In excess of that display. The race track has been put in fine condition, having been sprinkled and rolled, and the racing programme is an attractive one for each day. The main exhibit hall is practical!* completed. It is 96x64 feet, and will be fully utilized by the fine arts dis plays and s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

2 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Sprciii Session Held to Approve Plats of Two New Townsites in the * County TIt 4 Hoard of Supervisors of Im perial County ii«h at tin 1 Court House In Xl Centro at 11:45 o'clock on No vember 20, in special session to p.is.-s on the plat of the Ktirnak Town:- it c and the plat of the Meioland Orange Tract. ; Supervisors present: Clark. Web ster, Wade and Ferguson. Super visor absent : McHarg. The plat of Uu> Meloland Oauge Tract was presented by Mrs. R. I*. Morton, and after due and careful consideration of the same the Hoard ordered the approval 'of the plat, ac ceptance of the dedication of the streets and alleys on behalf of the public, and that the plat be signed by the chairman of the Itaard, and attested by the clerk of the Board under the seal of the Hoard. Similar action was taken in re gard to the Karnak Townsite, present- Ed by W. W. Dunn and C. L. Brown. " The Board then adjourned to the ' next regular meeting. IMPERIAL VALLEY COTTON The cotton in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

Saturday, December 4, 1909. COUNTY NOTES PALO VERDE VALLEY Dr. C. A. Curl la a new physician es tablished at Blythe. # #• # The streets of Iflythe are being graded and Irrigated. llrlck Is on the ground for the erection of a restaurant building In niythe. * * * Hen Ross has sold his twenty-acre place west of Blythe to Mr. Dutcher and will leave the valley. * * # George McPhee is putting on a line of freighting teams between Qlamis and the Palo Verde Valley. * # * A carload of range horses has been brought Into the Palo Verde Valley from Arizona, to be used in develop ment work here. ♦ * # The Palo Verde Development Com pany Is now shipping its goods in by way, of Parker over the Santa Fe then down the River to Ehrenburg, five miles from Blythe. CALE^ICO. George Shields is back in Calexico from his vacation in San Bernardino. ■x- * * Repairs are being made on the new school house where the wind damaged. # * # Dr. Richter expects his mother and sister Mrs. TrowlJridge here from Du buq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY" ~~ Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1 .00 Six Months .60 Three Months 25 Btagle Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflee at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. A NEW START FOR WATER. The first positive step toward installation of a water system by the city of El Centro was taken by three of the city trustees last Tuesday night, when they resolved to engage a competent en gineer to prepare plans for the work. Trustees Blackinton and Pearson, of course, were opposed to any such proceeding, but Trustee Hamilton stated only a fact when he said the people of the city would not authorize an issue of bonds until the board should present plans a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

Saturday, December 4, 1909. THE WEATHER Th«- highest temperature in No tetiber was 96 degrees; mean maxi mum, 78.6 degrees; lowest 34 degrees, mean minimum 45 degrees. The mean minimum humidity was 15 per cent. There, were 24 clear days in the month. Rain .25 of an Inch; total for the year to date, 2.39 inches. Last year the highest temperature in November was 84 degrees; mean maximum, 74 degrees; lowest, 36 de grees; mean minimum 60.7; mean minimum humidity 18 f per cent; rain .35 of an inch; clear days, 22. Nov. 'SI 66 45 0 »^Nov. 2fc 68 42 5 Nov. 2it 72 36 0 Nov. 30 70 34 .6 Dec. 1 71 36 6 Dec. 2 78 40 11 Dec. ;3 60 43 0 VITAL RECORD BIRTHB. Hemy — November 24, to* Mr. nnd i Mrs. Francis Heiny, at Brawley, a r son. * * * Wylie — November 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Jay H. Wylie, four and a half miles west of El Centro, a son. DEATHB. I Wllhite — November 29, at River side, Mrs. Isaiah Wilhite, mother of B. E. Wilhite, of Holtville, and sister of j. F. Tout, of El Centro. , * * * McKeehan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

6 Dr. George D. Rich formerly of San Francisco, ha? arrived In Imperial to remain. He Is an eye, nose and throat specialist. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. 27-tf NEW STOCK Standard Makes The Vallay Bhoa Stort la re- ceiving 'a large stock of New Goods of Standard Makea In latest designs. This Is the only exclusive Shoe House In Imperial Valley and ne del stock Is on the s'.clve*. The newest arrivals Include: LADIEB' PATENT LEATHER OXFORDB STRAP BANDALB CHAMPAIGN TIES CELEBRATED KIR KEN- DALL MIBBION SHOES IN ALL STYLES FOOT FORM SHOES LARGE LINE OF JOHN • KELLY'S "ROCHESTER" SHOES ' , SOLE AGENT FOR DOUG- LASS BHOES Absolutely No Old tteofc— Everything Freeh and New. Valley Shoe Store P. T. Cunningham, M§r. EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA J. S. Crutchfield . R. B. Woolfolk Crutchfield & Woolfolk WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS [ Car Lot Distributors and Growers' Marketing Agents 21st and Perm Aye. Pittsburgh Pa. F. O. B. Transit Sale and Distributing Agents. Specialists In Marketing All...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

Saturday, December, 4, 1909. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS y Chas. Simon In Hphralm A. Dlehl [Park Add. lots 11-12, block 18. \ Frank I. and Brama Willard to T. T. & T. Co. The John M. C. Marble 'Co., W. half of SW. quarter of :?5 (lG-14. *fy Imp. Vnl. Imp. Co. to A. 11. Buck* lin; Brawley, lots 2-3, block 123. Ed Tltsworth to .las. 11. Scott, Im perial, lot 4, block 107. G. F. Withers to Jas.W. Stopp, Hoit | vllle, lot 7, block 5. I W,, F. and Fannie Holt to T. W. | SNffgls, Holtvllle, block 80. Imperial Town Co. to John W. Har ' old, lots 11-12 block 14, Imperial. I I. V. I. Co. to B. C. Lincoln, Im \ porlal, Park Add lot. 2, block 22. I. V. I. Co. to F, M. Burger, Itraw *,ley, lot 4, block 123. 1 I. V. I. Co. to F. M. Burger, Braw .Jej^lot 8, block 123. Q. F. .Withers to James W. Stopp, Jot, 7, blk. 5, Holtvllle. Ed Titsworth to Jomes R. Scott, lot 4, blk. 107, Imperial. W. F. and Fannie Holt to T. W. (Sturgls, blk. 86, Holtville. ? frnperial Valley Improvement Co. IH. Woods Co. • ; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 December 1909

8 SIMONS TILE WORKS NEAR COMPLETION Large Manufacturing Plant to Be Added to El Centro's Industrial 1 District, Within the present month an in dustry of much importance to Im perial v*aiiey a material development — thr Simons Itriek Company's new plant — will be In operation at El Cen tro, turning out tnaterl.il for business houses and residences. Tho industry will bring to El Cen tro from twenty to forty men.^niany of whom have families, and will distri bute pay envelopes each weeV that will be of great advantage to the business of this city. During the installation of the plant twenty men have been employed, and it Is expected that within two weeks the plant will be In entire readiness for turning out the first run of hol lew tile and bricks. The boiler and engine have been tested out this week, and have prov ed satisfactory. The company has installed a 100-horsepower boiler and a seventy-five horsepower engine, with oil burner. A brick and hollow tile machine, with a capacity of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. WONDERS OF IMPERIAL VALLEY SHOWN AT SECOND ANNUAL FAIR Great Variety and Abundance of Farm Products Reveal Re markable Possibilities of Reclaimed Desert — Four Days of Racing, Baseball and Merrymaking Entertain Visitors to the County Seat— Farmers' Union Celebrates. k Imperial County's second annual fair, the first to be held under the state law creating agricultural dis tricts, but. the third show of valley stock and products, opened at El Centro on Wednesday and closes to day. The exhibition has been a rev elation of the resources of the valley and the remarkable progress that has been made In developing them and proving the suitability of soil and climate to a wide range of products. Among the visitors have been many of the most successful farmers of the state, men of wide experience and ripe judgment, who have shown great interest in the exhibition of products and freely expressed their opinions of the results of experimental agri culture and hort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

2 EAST SIDE'S TEST WELL Coachella Development Company Is Now Sinking Drill in Southeast Holtville. Tho Coachella Development Com pany, with their well drilling rig and all the paraphernalia for well drill ing, have arrived In Holtville and ac tive operations have commenced says the Holivillo Tribune. The company has entered Into ;» contract with tho city to put tho well down 1500 foet, the first 500 feel for $1 per foot, the second 500 for $1.25, and tho third 500 for $1.50 . In case water is found in sufficient quantities at a depth less than 1500 foet, the company is to re ceive only the rale per foot agreed upon for the depth attained. The con tract signed with tho Development company is satisfactory to the city officials, and the agreement is safe guarded to the extent that both par ties are fully protected. The site selected for the well Is on the land of M. A. Kendall, adjoin ing the town on the southwest, and consists of one acre of ground on which the city has taken an optio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

Saturday, December It, 1909. ) COUNTY NOTES HEBER. The girls of the Deal school dis trict have organized a ba-'sket ball team. * * * Mlsh Una IHalr lias gone to El Paso, Texas, for a visit with rela tives, and will then proceed to her former home In Missouri. WATER DIBTRICT NO. 6 Frank L. Weed shot an immense wild cat last week while it was feast ing on his turkeys. * * * A rural free delivery route will scon be established to operate through Water District No. 6. * * * Some of the barley fields in the western part of Water District No. 6 are sufficiently advanced to furnish good pasturage. * ■» tt A school library is to be establish ed in the Mount Signal school. An entertainment for this fund was giv en last week. IMPERIAL. The new postoffice building for Im perial Is nearing completion. * * * The Eastern Star Bazaar held' in Imperial last week brought more than $250 into the treasury. # * * y Joseph Preninger, of Los Angeles, last week sold a tract of 160 acres south of Imperial ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUDI JBHED EVERY SATURDAY" Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 26 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofllce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ' " RELIEF FOR SETTLERS IN SIGHT All signs point to an early clearing away of the clouds that have hovered over land titles in Imperial Valley for several years. Next Monday, according to reports from Los Angeles, all the with drawn townships will be restored to entry and filing certificates will begin to issue. Action on contested claims only is suspended for further investigation. The retirement of Gen. Prescott from the Land Office also will tend to simplify the situation. The Reg ister and the Receiver have not been in harmony for a year or more and the friction between the officials h...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

Saturday, December 11,^1909. THE WEATHER Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum. Dec. 4 r»7 29 0 Dec. *> 48 30 0 Dec. 6 60 34 15 „J>ec. 7 60 38 21 Dec. 8 64 40 23 Dec. 9 62 '48 42 Dec 10 63 51 .12 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yu ma, Arizona, for the week ending Baturdny. December 4, 1909. Date gage heights discharges November 28 15.95 9,400 November 29 15.95 9,500 November 30 15.85 9,000 December 1 15.80 8,800 December 2 15.95 9,800 December 3 16.00 9,900 December 4 16.05 10,100 ' FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD MARRIAGES. . McCollum-Marshall — November 20, at Santa Cruz, California, E. S. Mc- Collum, of Calexlco, and Mrs. Mar shall, of Santa Cruz. DEATHS. Moore — December 6, at the Central Hospital, El Centro, Joseph G. Moore, aged 24 years. Death was caused by typhoid fever. The deceased has a father living in England and a broth er at Isabelle, California. Both have been notified, and the body is held at Cortner Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 December 1909

6 Dr. George D. Rich formerly of San Francisco, hns nrrlvod In Imperial to remain. He Is an eye, nose and throat specialist. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. 27-tf NEW STOCK Standard Makes "Tht Vallay 3ho« Store la r»- I ctlvlnp a larg* stock »f Ntw • Goods of Standard Mak*t In latwt deiljjn*. Thia U tha only axelualva Shoo Houaa In Imporlal Vtlloy ami no old stock I* on tho a*:c!vas. Tha newest arrivals Ineiudo: LADIES' PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS . STRAP BANDALS CHAMPAIGN VIES CELEBRATED KIR KlN- im DALL MISSION SHOES IN ALL BTYLES FOOT FORM SHOES LARGE LINE OF JOHN KELLY'S "ROCHESTER" BHOES SOLE AGENT FOR DOU«- LASB BHOES Absolutely No Old StMk— , Everything Fr*sh and Now. Valley Shoe Store P. T. Cunningham, M|r. EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA J. S. Crutchfleld R. B. Woolfolk Crutchfield & Woolfolk WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS Car Lot Distributors and Growers' Marketing Agents 21st and Petw Aye, Pittsburg, Pa. F. O. B. Transit Sale and Distributing Agents. Specialists In Marketing All K...

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