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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 18 June 1910

Saturday, Juno 18, 1910. COUNTY NOTES TRAWLEY l'hllo Jones tins been appointed deputy registration clerk 'for Hrawley by County Clerk I). 8. Elder. # # # Manager Morris of the Delta Imple ment Company at Brawley has been called to St. Louis by the serious ill ness of his son^ # # The postmaster at Brawley will re ceive an increase in salary to become effective July 1. The change is from $1600 to $1700 a year. # # # The Heal Brothers warehouse to be erected on the lot adjoining tho barley mill, will be 59x70 feet, of pressed steel, and will be provided with an elevator. # * * The Brawley City Attorney has been instructed by the/City Trustees to prepare an ordinance demanding the muzzling of all dogs allowed to nan at large within the townsite. ftrj * # ■ ♦ y/f k. W. Applegate, representing the Brawley Cantaloupe Growers' Associ ation, left last week for the eastern markets, where he will investigate the condition of the Brawley melons as they arrive on the markets and will also look ...

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. — 18 June 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County Editor Allen Kelly Bmlnen Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $ lioo Three Months 25 Six Months '..'.!!'.' 50 81ngle Copies ....!!. .!o5 P WATCH THE BUBSCRipTibTTb^ir6lirYd^R^APߥ~ The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will bo famished on application. Entered as eecona-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at Ei Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE COMMITTEE OF NINE. Great responsibility will rest upon the committee of nine citizens that is to be selected today by the presidents of the mu tual water companies, and it will need some expert advice. More than advice, however, the committee will need correct informa tion upon which to found its conclusions and recommendations, and its greatest difficulty will be encountered in determining what information is genuine and what is deceptive and meant to mislead and befog. It is not difficult to determine 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. — 18 June 1910

Saturday, June 18, 1910. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln Tern. Ham 10 113 74 40 11 114 80 42 12 113 76 40 Vls 105 72 45 14* 92 62 63 15 93 G2 50 16 100 64 46 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gnge heights and dis charges of tne Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, June "11, 1910. ' Date gnge heights discharges June 5 20.70 47,800 June 6 21.30 52,400 June 7 21.80 56,20,0 June 8 22.30 59,900 June 9 22.75 63,300 June^O 23.00 65,400 June 11 23.20 67,i00 FRANCIS L. SELL.EW. Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD. BIRTHS. 1 Hall — June 10, at the Imperial Val jley Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur l^y Hall, of Imperial, a daughter. ORDER AT ONCE A few copies of the Progress and Opportunities edition of The Imperial Valley Press are still available. Or der at once, and send this paper to your friends. Price, five cents per copy. JUNCTION HOTEL BURNED. The Hotel Royal, at Imperial Junc tion, was destroyed by fire last Sunday morning. Fire was caused by a leak ing gasoline stov...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 18 June 1910

6 THE SUMMER EXODUS Valley People Begin Their Annual Migrations Towards the Coast and Trains are Crowded. I The annual movement of Imperial Valley people to coast points for their eummrr vacations Is now well begun. While many have already hied them selves to tho enticing coolness of Los Angeles and various coast, points, many others will not leave until the first of July. The increased travel, however, has caused the westbound trains to fill up every day, and sleep er reservations have to be made sev eral days ahead to insure travelers of berths. Among those whose flitting has been noted by The imperial Val ley Press are the below mentioned: Mrs. F. O. Havens and son have gone to Ix>s Angeles to spend the summer. Miss Muriel Chaplin has returned to her home at Alhambra. Mrs. C. W, Collins and daughter, Miss Lulu, have gone to Los Angeles for the summer. Mrs. C. E. Paris and daughter, Miss Marjorie, are now located In Los An geles for the season. Mrs. F. H. Murrel and son, Leonar...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 18 June 1910

Saturday, June 18, 1910. Delinquent Tax List for the City £1 Centro FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1909-10 NAME AND DESCRIPTION § . . !•• J. Trlpp— Lot 8, Block 6 fT6I $~So"f6O $~6740 Lot 13. Block 4 6.40 .25 .50 6.15 J. A. Morrison— Lot 16, Hlock 8 V 4.00 .60 .50 6.10 W. J. Norton— Lot 35, Block 8 13.60 2.05 .50 16.15 Lot 36, Block 8 5.60 .85 .50 6.95 3. P. Tout— Lot 43, Block 8 32.64 4.90 .60 38.04 Samuel Q. Ingle— Lot 12, Block 23 t 6.60 .30 .60 6.40 Lot 23, Block 20 5.60 .30 .50 6.40 Lot 24, Block 20 » 6.60 .30 .60 6.40 1 Lot 27, Block 20 7.20 .35 M 8.05 Lot 44, Block 24 4.00 .20 .50 4.70 v Lot 45, Block 24 *00 .20 .60 1.70 • BJ. Mead— Lot 19, Block 26 % 7.20 .35 .50 h.oi> Lot 20, Block 25 8.00 .40 .60 8.90 • Lot 2, Block 20 3.20 .15 .60 3.86 Lot 5, Block 2 1.20 .05 .50 1.75 S. Van Arman— Lot 12, Block 27 2.40 .10 .60 3.00 Lot 13, Block 27 3.20 .15 .50 3.85 D. S. Russell— Lot 6, block 33 »•'• 6.60 .85 .60 6.95 L. J. Llnbeck— Lot 15, Block 40 H-20 1.70 .60 13.40 3. H. Kyser— Lot 16, Bloc...

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. — 18 June 1910

8 Our Windows Tell The Story Of the pood things to be soon inside our store. They are sugges- tions of the timely offering* for SUMMER. Just now your atten- Jion is called to SUMMKiI WAISTS in dainty whites and colors, SUMMMR SKIRTS iv linens and desirable good 3. SUMMER FOOTWEAR for men and women, SUMMER OUTFITS for vacation time. Our Grocery Department always has something new to offer — thla week your attention is called to Newmar's Coffees. ..WATCH OUR WINDOWS AND THESE ADVERTISEMENTS... B. Salomon & Co. DESERT LAND ENTRIES READY FOR PATENT Special Agent Gives Notice of Clear Listing of Many Claims in Valley Special Agent R. H. Satterwhite, of the General Land Office, is clearing up titles in Imperial Valley as rapidly as the cases can be handled. He gives notice of clear listing of entries as follows: To Whom It May Concern. Notice is hereby given that I will clear list for patenting the following described desert land entries in the Imperial Valley of California, on and af...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

Imperial Valley Press. • VOL. X. STATUS OF MEXICAN COMPANY EXPLAINED BY THE RECEIVER SOCIEDAD HAS NOT BEEN SOLD AND DOES NOT CONTROL HEADWORKS OF IMPERIAL VALLEY CANALS i fo Foundation, in Fact, For Assertion that Property Has Passed Into Hands of Private Corporation. Now - Under Control of Receiver Appointed by Mexican Court at Mexicali It has been asserted positively and persistently, as if it were an undis puted fact, that the headgate of the Imperial Valley canal system on the Colorado river is the property of the •"Sociedad", the Mexican corporation holding the concession from Mexico Xor a right of way for the canal through Mexican territory, and it is asserted with the same persistency, in the face of specific denials by man- agers of the C.-M. Co., that the Soci edad has been sold by the Southern Pacific to the C.-M. Co. The Impe rial Standard, in a recent issue, made this statement: |j That the California- Mexico Land &. Cattle Company today is owner of the Imperial head...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

2 SAN DIEGO AIDS VALLEY Banks Advance Cash to Cotton Grow- era When Other Cities Refute Help. (San Diego Un<oo.) When all other sources of financial aid failed the cotton growers of I in. pcrial Valley turned to Saa Diego bankers and their appeal met with a prompt response. Three banks of this city have agreed to advance to the dealers of the new industry up wards of $50,000 which will carry the growers through the seAson of cultivating, harvesting and marketing the cotton crop of the valley. The deal for the loan was put through, by Joseph R. Loftus', ' one of the pioneers in tie cotton growing in dustry of Imperial. Mr. Loftus says he first tried to obtain financial as sistance for the industry through the great brokerage and importing firm of W. R. Grace ft Co., of New York, trat met with refusal. Next he tried banks in San Francisco, but was un able to secure reasonable terms. He then endeavored to interest Ix>s An- Seles financiers in the enterprise, but the terms offered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

Saturday, June 25, 1010. COUNTY NOTES HOLTVILLE G. O. Morris and family have moved to Lordsburg, New Mexico, ft ' ■}{■ * A. Hal Dong has been appointed a deputy hortlcultural'inspector for the East Blde territory. * * * D. B. Collins and family have come from Iy)s Angeles to make their home on a ranch in Water District No. 7. * * * R E. Little, of the firm of Morford & Little, was called to San Antonia, Texas, last week by the serious illness of hla father, . * * * James A, Morrison has succeeded Charles Tyner as engineer on the Hol ton Inter-urban Railroad, and will bring his family to Holtvllle to reside. * * * • Lloyd Harden has left Holtville to spend the summer in the mountains \ot Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Harden |will follow later, and will make their rTiome in Montana J? * * " * Mrs. Mary Jane Knapp, of Los An geles, who has been spending some time in Holtville, looking over land, has invested in acreage in the town's suburbs. She returned to Los Ange les last week. IMPERIAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale nn n * V**r ; SUBSCRIPTION une I ear, >.....•••». ■ r"« •t•• iI 9 l.ilu Three Months .' , 25 Six Months. 50 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as secona-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE MENACE OF THE RIVER The Colorado river, a year ago, left its old bed at a point twenty nrites below the intake t>f the Imperial Valley canal and about forty miles below Laguna dam, and is now flowing by way of Bee river and Volcano lake into the Hardy channel and to the gulf. Volcano lake is twenty miles from the point where the river leaves its old bed, and fifty feet lower. The natural grade of the river is twenty-four feet in twenty miles. The twenty-six feet excess of fall is causing a cutting-back of the channel that manifests itself at the surface in shifting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

•'Baturday, June 26, 1910. THE WEATHER ( Date Max. Tern. Mln Tern. Hum L' 17 103 64 45 I\lß 107 66 42 jai9 109 68 42 ij2o 109 75 45 v'2l 105 , 62 47 22 103" 55 59 23 102 G4 48 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of tno Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, June 18, 1910. Date gage heights discharges June 12 23.45 69,400 June 13 23.20 68,400 June 14 23.10 68,400 June 15 22.60 62,500 June 16 ...22.10 56,700 June 17 21.60 61,800 June 18 21.20 47,700 F. L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. BIRTHS. Maupln — June 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Maupin, of Imperial, a daughter. Blackington — June 20, to Dr. and \Mtb. J. C. BlackingtoD, of El Centro, vjson. fK Peterson— June 20, to Dr. and Mrs. ■*■£■ . W. Peterson, of El Centro, a son. Belden — June 21, at No. 826 Niagara street, Buffalo, New York, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Belden, of Holtville, a daughter. MARRIAGES. Holmes-Larson — June 14, at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. A. H. Griswold, on H street, C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

6 YUMA DRILLS FOR OIL Contracts Awarded for Sinking Five Wells on Colorado River Lands Leased by New Company. Imperial Valley residents will watch with deep Interest the movement in the Yuma Valley to thoroughly pros pect that territory for oil. In Impe rial Valley several thousands of acres have boon located as oil claims, and should oil be obtained along the Colo rado river it is reasonably certain that development work would be started In various places in Imperial County. The Yuma Oil and Gas Company is the name of the corporation that has undertaken the sinking of test wells in the Yilma Valley and on the Yuma Indian Reservation, located in Imperial County. This company was organized by W. Jay Fair and associates, with $1,000,000 capital. Five wells are to be sunk, and they are to be put down with standard rigs to a depth of 5300 feet if necessary. The company has leased six sections of land in the Yuma Valley, and has secured option to lease on practically all of the lands of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

Baturd&jr, June 25; 1910. HUNTING WITH A LASSO iffalo Jones Roped and Branded | Wild Animal* In Africa Col. C. J., better known as "Uuffalo" Jones, who has been in Africa roping wild animals, returned recently on the Cunard liner Mauretannia. The trip, he said, had been successful, and he had 'demonstrated that wild animals can be lassoed Just like Western steers if one goes about it in the right way. Incidentally Jones and his two cow- boys, Lovelace and Means, created a sensation among the natives when he Arrived at Nairobi with his strange hunting outfit. They went over much of the ground covered by Col. Roobo velt and spent six weeks in the field. Besides a native escort they took twelve horses and moving picture machine, with which they made 12,000 pictures. Some of them, the Colonel said, Bhow that roping wild animals is a pretty dangerous sport even when fi man with the rope is an expert, lones brought home a lioness the ler animals being turned loose yjdXn, many carrying...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 25 June 1910

8 Parasols — Parasols 25 PER CENT OFF Any. Parasol in the house will be sold at 25 per cent off the regular price while they last. A nice line of White Linen Em- broidery and Fancy Silks ones to choose from. See our window. B. SALOMON & CO. THE VACATION SEASON Coast Points and. Other Outside Places Continue to Attract Valley Resi dents for Summer Days. The usual summer exodus from Im perial Valley to Coast and other out side points continue unabated, and each valley town is furnishing its full quota of passengers on the outgoing trains. Among those in the . local movement are noted the following: C. P. Randolph and son, John, spent several days in Los Angeles the past week.' I W. R. Gilman left El Centro on Monday for a summer vacation at libs Angeles.., ' {■ ;|Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morton started m t Friday of last week for a summer's visit to New York and the New Eng. Hand states. They go by way of the ocean trip to northern Coast points, and then by the Canadian Pacific eastward...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 July 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF RIVER ASSURES SECURITY OF VALLEY MILLION DOLLARS APPROPRIATED TO . CLOSE ABEJOS BREAK AND BUILD LEVEE IN MEXICO tef and Vigorous Campaign Results in Action By Congress To Protect Irrigation Systems of Southwest. Most § Encouraging News Ever Given to People of j Imperial and Yuma Valleys. /last Saturday afternoon the news 'came from Washington that Congress had placed a million dollars in the hands of the President, to be spent at his discretion in the construction of protective works on the Colorado river, and when it was posted upon the Press bulletin board ,it made everyone that read it as cheerful as if the million had been an unexpected (legacy from a rich uncle. The good news spread over the val ley almost with speed of a wireless message, and within an hour the mer chants noted a revival of business. Notices of suspension of credit were torn down in a hurry and "cash only" signs were tossed into waste baskets. Smiling confid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 July 1910

2 PASSING OF STEAMER MARKS AN EPOCH Story of Olden Oays of Trans portation on Waters of Colorado River Sale of Dismantled Hull of Steamer Cochan Ends What Was OnCe High* \y Profitable Period of River Busi ness.—All the Trafic Would Bear Was Implied Motto. An interesting account of early days of Colorado River traffic is published in a recent issue of the Yuma Sun, the incidents being called to mind by the sale of the hull of the last of the larger river craft. The Sun ears: The sale of the hull and wooden upper works of the dismantled steam er Cochan (formerly Cuchan) a few days ago, marks the end of what was In its prime a business of magnificent proportions, the largest private enter prise in the Southwest. This sale is of itself a very small affair. The ma chinery having been removed, only the wooden part remaining was offer, ed for sale and was disposed of to Captain Charles M. Smith on a bid of $110. But it removes from the river the last reminder of the Colorado Steam Navigati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 July 1910

Saturday, July 2, 1916. COUNTY NOTES CRAWLEY The fltockwell ranch, east of Uraw ley, has been leased to O. G. Snow. The Brawley City Trustees have or dered the removal of all hitching racks on Main street. * * * * * * Dr. Ford has been appointted City Health Officer to serve during the absence of Dr. J, L. Cooke. * * * J. D. Bennett has an almond tree heavily loaded with nuts that are al moßt ripe on his Brawley property. * * * Weaver & Heydloff last week ship ped 1700 head of sheep from their Mesqulte Lake ranch to the Los An geles markets. * * * Peter P. Hovley proposes to erect • .brick building, 50x75 feet, on Main *-k- v \t near tne P'aza, to be used for *' v vi T ' ng P'cture show. >^yten-pound chunk of Ice fell from a refrigerator car, last week, and struck a Mexican laborer on the head, fracturing his skull. He was taken to the hospital at Los Angeles. * * * At the quarterly conference held by the Brawley Methodists last week, a resolution was adopted asking for the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 July 1910

4 Impeoall Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County PUBLISHED^VERY SATURDAY Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale O "T7 SUBSCRIPTION ~ One Year $1.00 Three Months 2n 8U Months 50 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as eecond-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Oeotro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SOLUTION OF THE GREAT PROBLEM. The most vital problem involved in reclamation of the desert of the Colorado on both sides of the river is likely to be solved by the action of Congress in authorizing the President to expend £. million dollars in the work of putting the river back into its old bed and building levees to keep it therej In a sense the problem may be considered solved, but much depends upon the promptness and energy with which the work is begun and prose cuted. It has taken more than three years to get the govern ment started, and it is almost a miracle that the latest effort was su...

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. — 2 July 1910

Saturday, July 2, 1910. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln Tern. Hum 24 104 .67 48 1 25 109 67 42 U 26 114 72 42 %27 101 75 50 r 28 106 75 48 29 104 65 43 30 106 60 48 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of tne Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday June 25, 1910. Date gage heights discharges Juno 19 20.95 45.G00 June 20 20.55 42,000 June 21 20.35 40,500 June 22 20.10 . 37,400 June 23 19.90 34,800 June 24 19.70 33,900 June 25 19.35 31,800 F. L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. ; VITAL RECORD. BIRTHS. Keith— June 25, to Mr. and Mrs. W F. Keith, of Imperial, a son. Valley — July 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Valley, of El Centro, a son. Moores — June 29, to Mr. and Mrs. William Moores, of. Imperial, a son. MARRIAGES. Avilez-Olasta — June 25, at Potholes, Simon Avilez and Teresa Olasta, both residents of Plcacho Basin. Bennett-Young— June 24, at Braw ley, Louis E. Bennett and Lillian E. Young, both residents of Brawley. Pruett-Johnson — June 29, at El C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 July 1910

6 TO KILL ALFALFA WORMS Ptsit May Be Starved, Drowned or Dried Out, Say State Bug Expertt In The Valley. ft'- The following statement has been V; given out by Mr. V. L. Wildermuth, 'jof the U. S. Department of Agricul f tnrc. and Mr. Walter E. Packard, of the State Experiment Station, located at El Centro, regarding the destruc tive alfalfa worm. "The damage done by the larvae of the yellow butterfly to the alfalfa has become bo serious that it was thought best to give certain tentative results regarding the control of this pest, which have been reached so far In the investigations started this spring by both the State Experiment Sta tion and the U. S. Dep't of Agricul ture. Since the Investigations look, ing toward the control of the butter fly have not yet gone over a single season, absolutely conclusive results can not be given. The suggestions offered, therefore, should bo consid ered only as a probable means of handling the problem. "The alfalfa butterfly (Collas eury theme) is...

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