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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 February 1910

Saturday, February r», 1910. COUNTY NOTES IMPERIAL It is said that the new water tank erected as a part of the municipal water system f>an be plainly seen from Coyote Wells, serving as another landmark for the cross-country trav eler. The tank rests on a tower sev enty-five feet high, and to the top ,it is 113 feet. It will hold 100,000 of water. Vacancies on thn Imperial Library Hoard caused by the resignations of P. A. Yeakle and George H. P. Shaw, have been filled by the appointment of Mrs. W. A. Edgar and Mrs. C. I. Jenney. The other members of this board are Mrs. R. H. Benton, Prof. : Mott H. Mitchell and Leroy Holt. * * * The City Recorder has requested the City Trustees to pass an ordinance fixing the salary of the City Record er at $50 per month, to become ef fective after the next city election. The matter was taken under.advise ment. At present this official is paid no fees. * •* -* Before his death C. A. Lathrop sign ed a deed conveying to the city of Imperial a tract ...

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. — 5 February 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Offtela l Newspaper of Imperial County «nd City cf El Centro PUBLISHED EVERY BATURDAV Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 81* Months 50 Three Months 25 ■ingle Copies 05 watch tlbeTulrsksrli^ionl^ The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the poatofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A PRESIDENT'S PROMISE j . ~ tljr in a message to Congress, In January 1907, President Roose velt advised that $2,000,000 be appropriated for the construction of permanent works to confine the Colorado river to its proper channel and prevent anypossible repitition of the break that threat ened the destruction of all the farms of Imperial Valley and the reclamation works of the government at Laguna Dam. He had asked the Southern Pacific to build only temporary levees to meet an emergency with which the...

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. — 5 February 1910

Saturday, February 5, 1910. THE WEATHER Bate Max. Mln. January 29 75 41 January 30 80 '36 January 31 70 . 38 February 1 68 ■ 40 February 2 66 33 February 3 62 31 February 4 67 34 VITAL RECORD DIRTHB Hovley— January 2fi, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hovley, at Brawley, a daugh ter. * * # Venables — January 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Vennbles, at Brawley, a Bon. * -* * Thomas — January 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas, at El Centro, a son. MARRIAGES Henderson-Thayer — February 1, at El Centro, John W. Henderson, of Imperial, and Miss Lettie Thayer, of Claremont. * * # Gardner-Heckler — February 3, by Rev. John M. Shive, at the Presby terian manse, El Centro, Willard Gard ner and Miss Helen Heckler, both residents of Brawley. DEATHS Dow — January 29, at Central Hos pital, El Centro, John Dow, aged 75 years. Mr. Dow, who was at the head of the Calexico Mercantile Com pany, was one of the pioneers of Im perial valley. He leaves a widow and son and daughter. The funeral was held at Imperial and the body...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 February 1910

6 ORDINANCE NO. 4«. An Ordinance Caning a Special Election to be Held In the City of El Centro, California, on the 14th Day of February, 1910, and submitting to the Qualified Votera Of the Said City, the Proposi- tion of Incurring a Debt In the Sum ef Sixty Nine Thousand Dollars ($69,- •00.00) for the Purpose of Acquiring, Constructing and Completing by the City of El Centro of a Certain Revenue Producing Municipal Improvement, To* wit: Municipal Water Work* and Water Syttem for the Purpose of Furnishing and Supplying Water to the City of El Centro and the Inhabitants Thereof, In* eluding the Acquisition of Lands, Water Rights, Capital Stock In Other Cor- porations, Rights of Way and the Pre- sent Water Plant and System, and the Construction of Acqueducts, Ditches, Canals, Reservoirs, Distributing .System, Pumping and Purification Plants and Other Works Necessary Therefor, Pro* vldlng for the Issue of Bonds for Said Purpose, and For the Levy of a Tax for the Payment of Said Bonds, D...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 February 1910

Saturday, February 5, 19l#. Resolved by the Board of Trustees of the City of Xl Centro, that aald Board of Trustees deem It necessary to Incur an Indebtedness In the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5000.00) for the pur- pose of boring, drilling and completing an artesian well or wells for obtaining and supplying the said City of 121 Cen- tro and the inhabitants thereof with pure water for domestic use, that said In- debtedness is and will be In excess of the money In the treasury applicable to the purpose for which such Indebted- noss Is to Uo Incurred, and that n special election by the qualified electors of the said Clt.v~- of El Centro be held on the 21st day of Kebruary, 1910, to determine whether such Indebtedness shall be In- curred, and such special election Is here- by called to be held on said day to de- termine whether an Indebtedness In the sum of Five Thousand ($5000.00) Dollars for the purpose of boring, drilling and completing nn artesian well or wells for obtaining and...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 February 1910

8 DEMONSTRATION TRAIN farmers' School on Wheels to Visit Imperil Valley This Month. Imperial Valley Is to h.we » visit this month from Hie famous agricul tural and horticultural demonstration train that Is making a tour of the territories covered by the Southern Pacific Railroad. The train, which consists* of five coaches with exhibits, one coach for lecture room, a first class Pullman and a diner, will leave liOs Angeles next Tuesday morning for . Its trip through Southern California. It will arrive In Imperial Valley on February 16, making its first stop at Brawley. The schedule will be as follows: Arrive at Brawley at 2:45 p. m.. and WE NEED ROOM In order to make room for our spring goods which are now on the way we will make a SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY on all goods except groceries. The discount sale begins Saturday, January 1 5 and ends Saturday, January 22 B. Salomon & Company El Centro, California NO. 9349 STATEMENT of The ElCentroNational Bank AT ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. "Machinery Out of Commission Suspension of the Holton Pow ef plant because of accident to machinery has put The Press linotype out of commission this week and made it impossible to set up much of the matter prepared for publication. This explains the poorest specimen, of a newspaper ever issued from The Press office. HOLTVILLE'S SECOND WELL Citizens Furnish Funds to Carry on Work and Will be Reimbursed From Water* Bond Money. Holtville City Trustees found a way to finance the digging of a second well, after artesian water was struck, and there has been no lull in proceed ings at the East Side town since the tlrst good news of the water flow was announced. It was determined that the proper thing to do was to' sink a second and larger well, and the City Trustees passed a resolution stating that if the citizens of Holtville and vicinity would furnish the money or security requir ed to sink a well to the* 1100 foot lev el and develop a good stream of, wat...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

2 Imperial Valley Press Official Newtpaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale ~~ SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Month* 60 Three Months 25 Single Copies 06 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofllce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. GOVERNMENT BY BUREAU Secretary Ballinger asserts that persons unfamiliar with frontier conditions "are poorly qualified to place limitations on those who are to struggle with nature in the building of homes and settlements on the plains and in the reaches of mountains fur be yond the* Mississippi." That is true and it is applicable to those who have been in control of the land office branch of his department for many years. All the serious obstacles encountered by the settlers who ar...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

THOB. BEACH Room* 1-2, First TRUE VENCILL . National Bank Bldg. BEACH & VENCILL IMPERIAL VALLEY LANDS CALIFORNIA— MEXICO EL CENTRO — — — —— — — — CALIFORNIA PIONEER TRANSFER COMPANY Office on Broadway, opposite the Oregon Hotel, 131 Centro, California. GEORGE T. IRWIN, Proprietor. WOOD FOR SALK Mesqulte Wood In Stove or Cord Lengths. Telephone your orders to Phono 302. P JUBILEE INCUBATORS The most practical. Tho most reliable. The poultryman's FRIEND. Your success Is assured if you use the "JUBILEE." Send for Catalog "H." JUBILEE INCUBATOR COMPANY SUNNYVALE, Santa Clara County, California. SOUR ORANGE SEED-BED STOCK Sweet Orange Seed-bed Stock, Florida Rough Lemon Seed-bed Stock, Valencias. SOUTHLAND NURSERIES, F. H. Dlsbrow, Prop. PASADENA, CALIFORNIA Largest citrus seedling niu'serlea in the State. J'HONES: Home. 2520; Main, 949 Saves 25 per cent of your THE FAMOUS NEW METHOD GAS RANGE Will not rust or burnout. Wiil bake the same on all parts ol th? ovan. Will broil or toast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

%£& THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LADY OR W/J j/fjl THE ART MAN'S INFATUATION. V£rJ . JCJ A little Incident wlilrli further demonstrates the fact that S«A Imperial Valley excel*. ' #*.; —7"*} a/ni. A few dnys npo a man representing ftn eastern art store, */* — \j2 was In our office. Knowing that we are artists In our line, he t f - hoped to Interest ns In Ills line of art. He had Inherited the (c£ m/NL artistic tempernment nlrUrht. and he Rrew to manhood In Hoston. *£^ ?CT Of late years he has traveled these United States from end to Jso end. We mention these facts so that you may appreciate the (C/ 2 afjmi full slßnlflrnnce of the remark he made while showing us his >35^i 4 .fcf pictures. y- J m £»O He displayed the painting of a woman's head, wonderfully /W^- sffU\ beautiful, celebrated the world over, he said. r* i L* ' A wistful look came Into his eyes ami It was evident that w5» Jra^V hlsi mind wns not on the picture before him. (\2>fc JfML "I have traveled the world over, and p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

Saturday, February 12, 1910. ORDINANCE NO. 43. An Ordinance Calling a Special Election to be Held In the City of El Centro, California, on tha 14th Day of February, 1910, and submitting to the Qualified Voters of the Bald City, the Proposi- tion of Incurring a Debt In the Sum of Sixty Nine Thousand Dollars ($69,- 000.00) for the Purpose of Acquiring, Constructing and Completing by tha City of El Centro of a Certain Revenue Producing Municipal Improvement, To* wlti Municipal Water Works and Water Bystem for the Purpose of Furnishing and Supplying Water to the City of El Centro and the Inhabitants Thereof, ln> eluding the Acquisition of Lands, Water Rights, Capital Stock In Other Cor- porations, Rights of Way and the Pre« sent Water Plant and System, and the Construction of Acqueducts, Ditches, Canals, Reservoirs, Distributing Bystem, Pumping and Purification Plants and Other Works Necessary Therefor, Pro- viding for the Issue of Bonds for Said Hurpose, and For the Levy of a Tax fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 February 1910

6 LRGAL ADVERTISING Resolution and Notice of Special Election Resolved by the Hoard of Trustees of the City of i:i Centro, that wild Roard of Trustees deem It necessary to Incur • an Indebtedness In the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5000.00) for the pur- pose of boring, drilling and completing mi artesian well or wells for obtaining nnd supplying the said City of Ml Cen- tro and the Inhabitants thereof with pure water for domestic use, that said In- debtedness Is nnd will be In excess of the money in the treasury applicable to the purpose for which such Indebted- ness is to bo Incurred, and that a special election by the qualified electors of the said City of El Centro be held on the 21st day of February, l!»10, to determine whether such Indebtedness shall be in- curred, and such special election Is here- by called to be held on said day to de- termine whether an Indebtedness In the sum of Five Thousand ($3000.00) Dollars x , for the purpose of boring, drilling nnd comple-.ng an ar...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. APPEALS TO MR. TAFT TO EXPEDITE PATENTS San Francisco Firm Protests Against Department's School Section Complications Cause the Hold-up of Titles In the Valley and Are Being Adjusted by Special Agent Satterwhite in Practical Way — Patents' May Issue in Sixty days. . How many settlers of Imperial Val ley have taken enough intelllgen in-* terest in their own concerns to write to the . President about ' the intoler able delay in the issue of patents can not even be guessed, but judging by the apathy with which they treat any request by their newspapers , for In formation of public value, the proba bility is that not a : letter has been sent by a farmer in pursuance of the plan recently suggested for drawing the attention of the "man higher up" to the negligence of' the Interior De partment — negligence being the mild est word that could be used. Some attention has been paid to the matter by persons out side of the valley, however. . A . member of the fir...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

2 WILL IMPROVE THE COURTHOUSE GROUNDS (County Supervisors Ask For Vacation of Main Street Through Tract. For Tree Planting Thlt Spring '[• _ «nd Will Fence New Site-Board Re 6 ruses to Select Horticultural Corgmia \ »loner' Until Five Name* Are Certified I M Eligible. The Board of Supervisors of Im- perial County met at the Court House t& El Centro at 10 o'clock a. m., ou March 7, 1910. Supervisors present: McHarg, Clark uid Ferguson. Supervisors absent: Webster, Wade. . On motion, duly seconded, the Board adopted Ordinance No. 17, establlsh &ig a law library for Imperial County. The demand for A. C. Carr for re- State and correction in taxes on lots in Calexico, recommended by the County Assessor and District Attor ney, was allowed and a rebate of 5106.04 wan allowed. "The Board tpok a recess until 2 »'clork p. m., when it was called to irder by President McHarg, Super visor Wade beln g■} present. W. T. 15 11 appeared before the I Board and showed that the -deed of Mr. / iV...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT THE v THE CAR IS LIGHT AND IS JUST THE FORD AUTOMOBILE IS. IT IS THE CAR FTf"!/ W ®""7 IT% W^k THING FOR DUST 0R SAND « FIVE PAS " M sL^ If „ m m wLJB m m srnger touring car with top, heavy THAT WON THE RACE ACROSS THE CON. I 11^ JN I Jf% fJ % PLATE GLASS FRONT, SPEEDOMETER AND TINENT FROM NEW YORK TO SEATTLE, 1 Jg g jg \ggjF J| % JsLJr F i VE LARGE BRASS LAMPS FOR $1090 DE- OVER SAND, ROCKS AND SNOW. LIVERED TO ANY TOWN IN THE VALLEY. ROQER STERNS, THE STATE AGENT, DROVE THE CAR DOWN FROM LOS ANGELES THE THIRD OF THIS MONTH, AND YOU KNOW WHAT THE ROADS ARE IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. HE MADE THE TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO TO EL CENTRO IN EIGHT HOURS, MAKING SEVERAL STOPS TAKING PICTURES ALONG THE ROAD. THE TRIP WAE MADE WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST TROUBLE. C. E. SPROUSE, Agent Imperial County, El Centro, Cal. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLEY. "Tex" Houston, who became de ranged while out prospecting, under took to chop down the flagstaff on the Bra...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro ~" PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY" ■ Editor Allen Kelly ■uelnete Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. » Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofllco at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EFFECT OF THE DAVIS DECISION. The decision of the Commissioner of the General Land Office in the John E. Davis case, reversing Gen. Prescott's decision in favor of his protege, Skinner, reaffirms the Land Office doctrine and practice that desert land entries are assignable and establishes the rational rule that innocent purchasers of assignments and re claimers in good faith of desert land are entitled to protection. The Commissioner pays no attention to the Wellborn decision in...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. TH E WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mm Tern. 6 08 57 G • • • 04 V- 52 7 :96 V: 54. 8 93 57 9 ■;'■ 90 48 10 87 47 11 • 82 «?48 : WATER IN THE RIVER jP Moan daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yu ma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, March !>, 1910. j Date gage heights discharges February 27 16.15 9,200 February 28 16.00 8,600 March 1 15.85 8,000 I£arch 2. 15.85 7,700 March 3 ..15.95 7,900 March 4 16.05 ' 7,900 March 5. 16.30 8,700 FRANCES L. SELLEW^ - Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD DEATHS Henry— March 11, at El Centro, Cart rle Henry, . aged 29 years, v a resident .of Pasadena. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Rupert, of this city,- and came here only, a few days before her death. She had been an invalid for many months. JSSMS^ I^ * * * . • Kemper- -March 5, in El Centro, Mrs. Edith Hoxie Kemper. The body was shipped to the former home of the deceased, in Ohio, for interment. •X , . . ; ."»\7* *" a " ■'[ Yeakle— March B, at Riverside, P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

6 YUMA MAY BE VERY "DRY" Senate Dill, Passed Without Opposi tion, Prohibits Sales of Liquor Within Twenty-Five Mile* of Indian Reservation. Imperial Valley's sister town of Yu na may become very "dry" without any effort on the part of the citizens of the Colorado River town that has always been noted for its "refresh ment' proclivities. What Is known as the Hamilton-Owens bill, officially des ignated as Senate Bill No. 1981, has passed the Senate without opposition, and it provides that it shall be un lawful to sell liquors of any kind within twenty-five miles of any In dian reservation. The bill was introduced by Senator Owens, of Oklahoma, and was passed with some minor changes and amend ments which do not alter the spirit of the measure. A report has reached Pkoenlx that an effort is being made to have an amendment addeor elimin ating incorporated cities and towns from the provisions of the bill when it goes before the House of Repre sentatives; and the Anti- Saloon League of Ari...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. MULES FOR SETTLERS emand For Work Anlmala Shows ■ , Vast Extent of ' Developing Land In Imperial Valley. tNo more striking evidence of the hit amount of development going on ifTughout* the Imperial Valley raifch i may be found than the fact that Ithljt a little more than four months . B. Owen, of Calexlco, has sold to illey settlers 348 head of mules. Lust November Mr. Owen brought Kansas City, Arizona and the aqutr River Valley, in Old Mexico, 12 head of mules, and made Calex o his distributing point. By a llb *aleral campaign of advertising, he lnbunced that he had these mules >r sale, and then business began. This eek he has cleared out the last of le lot. Of the 702 mules, only flfty ur wad went out of the valley, these )ing sent to Parker to work on the Anta Fe cut-off grading. It is prob ily they will be returned to Im srlal Valley when this work is oom- Bted.. Mgf&t of the sales were in small lots te flyrules going to all parts of the illeyl M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 March 1910

8 WILD WEST AT IMPERIAL Hiding, Shooting, Roping and Stage* Robbing by Expert* Next Sun day on the Ball Ground. An exhibition of Wild Weßt sporta will be given tomorrow (Sunday) af ternoon lit the Imperial baseball park under the management of D. H. Wil- IL-uhr. The program Includes bronco twisting, rough and fancy riding, rac ing and steer-tying by real cow punchers from all over the open range country, a realistic stage holdup, In which a coach of the early daya will be manned by a wild driver and a shotgun messinger, expert f rifle and shotgun sliooMnß by crack marksmen, and other features peculiar to life on the frontier. Capt. E. O. Stone, of San Francisco, will give an exhibition of skill with the rifle and revolver, shooting from horseback, that should be a whole show <n itself. He is said to be a wonderful shot. Mnsic has Been secured for the occasion. The. performance will begin immediately after the' arrival of the train from the. south between 2:30 and 3 p. m. Manager ...

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