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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 23 July 1910

iturdfty, July 23, 191 C. COUNTY NOTES \ IMPERIAL After a few months' experience as morning newspaper, the Imperial tandard returned this week to an fternoon edition. ,* * * Mrs. C. W. Fernald and daughter, ' essie, have gone to Klammath Falls, (regon, to spend the summer with irs. Fernald's parents. * # * Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blodgett ceje rated their fifteenth wedding anni ersary.on July 9, with a large gath rlng of friends at their home. # * •::• Imperial's new City Hall is now eady for occupancy,. The fire bell as been, moved to the rear of*lhe uilding adjoining the quarters provl ed for the fire department. * *. * A. H.'.Eddy, who has been superln inding^ the erection of the Mitchell [otel, has purchased a tract of land i Wat^r District No. 12, which he jjljjmSrove during the ensuing fall ™d V 4 er " He departed for Ore S° n Ist week. * * * R. T. Perry, formerly secretary of ie California Development Company, as been a valley visitor this week, id expressed great surprise at the ...

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. — 23 July 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County "" PUBLISHED EVEnTTsATURDAT Cdltor Allen Kelly ButlntM Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Tear (1.00 Three Months 25 f !i Months 50 Blngle Copies 05 WATCH THET SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at Et Oentro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. AGAINST BALLINGER. The Outlook, of which Theodore Roosevelt is associate editor, presents a concise summery of the Ballinger case. The facts are given briefly, but with considerable detail, and the tone of the article is fair and judicial throughout. In so far as it undertakes to pass judgment, it is extremely cautions not to overstep the bounds of what can be asserted without any substantial doubt. While, therefore, there is an absence of any harsh characteri zation of Secretary Ballinger's conduct, it is remarkable that, oh practically all the main points in the controversy, the findings of 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. — 23 July 1910

Saturday, July 23, 1910 THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mm Tern. Hum 15 98 • 78 60 w 16 108 79 55 Vft 17 108 80 62 , y 18 109 82 52 % 19 113 82 50 | ' ' 20 . 118 82 64 21 108 82 60 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of tne Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, July 16, 1910. Date gage heights discharges July 10....; ...17.10 17,100 July 11 17.05 17,100 July 12 16.95 16,800 July 13 16.70 15,400 July 14 16.45 13,900 July 15 16.75 16,600 July 16 16.55 14,800 F. L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. Great discount sale of hats and ladies' furnishings at the Ladles' Tog gery, El Centro, next ten days. 13-tf CHAMBER COMMITTEES. The following special committees jhave been appointed by the president tt3>f the El Centro Chamber of Com i-- ijierce to take charge of the gathering preserving of frulst, grains, grasses, etc., as a basis of a perma nent exhibit to be maintained in El Centro: On Fruits — Messrs. Burger, Reed, Forrester and Whiting. On Grains...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 23 July 1910

6 BILLS ALLOWED. I- - SThe following bills were allowed at fW meeting of the Imperial County ■Board of Supervisors on July 6, 1910: ;, Holt vllle Tribune, printing, $50.00. ♦ General Fund. | Jamefl MilHgan, work, $266.12^. 1 General Fund. | Mott H. Arnold, Normal Board of | Education, *76.30. General Fund. [h A. Carlisle & Co., Justice docket, 1&6.98. General Fund. I O. W. Gregg, plans for Jury room, ff|B6.oo. General Fund. ': Leo Havens, work $83.00. General »Fund. X' Thos. Bethum, blacksmithing, $26.95 f General Fund. •» i[ A. J. Monroy, services J. P.,512.00. {[General Fund. IftH. E. Pinney, hauling lumber for fcounty,sl4.so. General Fund. I Harry M. Wier, judges books, $47.00. General Fund. i '} _B. C. Nichols, Member Board of I Education, $50.00. General Fund. ; Sergent & Seat, renewal of insur i ance, $241.00. General Fund. Varney Bros., groceries, $24.40. i-, General Fund. j ; : Ida S. Frederick, Member Board of | Education, $99.08. General Fund. i"« T. J. Mitchel...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 23 July 1910

Saturday, July 23, 1910 CONSULAR REPORTS ON COTTON. ■ : Reference la again made to the ef fort* of foreign <souhtriea to_ grow aotfpn Bucceaafulljr, in a late number of ' the Daily Consular and Tf ade Re ports, it appears from these reports .thaf In spite of efforts In India, Af rica, Turkey and other 'places! lirazil ( is, the only country which has any real chance to rival the United States as a cotton growing country. No doubt this will come as a great surprise to many persons who have not kept pace with the industrial and agricultural development of the South American republics. The fact Is es tablished, however, by Vice-Consul- General J. J. Slechta, representing the I United States at Rio De Janeiro. The favorable inducements held out by Brazil for the investment of capital and the lack of race prejudice in that , .enterprising country will tend to en , courage the immigration of people having a knowledge of cotton culture so that the : chances for Brazil to rank as' a cott...

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. — 23 July 1910

8 I l^'«rf|i SUMMER FABRICS I Kk^^^^^ft ln Lalest Designs and Specially Priced II /^^ilH^iSllKK ladies of Imperial Valley have a special opportunity in this sale to secure the f I pfS^i^H^BßlJi «//€■»% 'atest weaves and designs at a saving in prices that will be appreciated. The Valley ! ri[' VfWWkf^J^^ COLORED LAWNS, BATISTES, DIMITIES AND FLAXONS I ■ 1 f '*&*%■ 1 P ! W^''Sp?Sv tt <wf\S% 12 I " 2c G(KKI3 reducod t0 We !Wc Good 3 reduced to 23c I I "^f^Vr- /^^^^^^\ IVy 'WiHkX^H 15c Goods reduced to He 35c Goods reduced to 27c I" 1 h wJ>^§j~-^J7 C Good 3 re(UlcC(l t0 lsc 4Oc (5o( > (1 * reduced to 33c II i^f^^^SP^l tottiip iC*^§ft We wish to call special attention to our offering in the popular fabric. FLAXON. ti NP^ W ? havo for tllis a large assortment of da «nty patterns at the unusually low If Ui^^^^L ir^lw ! WHITE WASH SKIRTS— SPECIAL SALE !*] M We aro letting a special price on our line of White Wash Skirts and give you the li '' Iwra3 vP\Pli mm MM oppoet I n:ty yo...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. NEW COLD STORAGE PUNT SOLD TO STRONG CONCERN WILL MAKE EL CENTRO HEADQUARTERS ANO ESTABLISH SI6 WHOLESALE GROCERY BUSINESS HERE Owners of Mammoth Structure Nearing Completion in This gj City Transfer It to One of the Strongest Combina ,/■■ tions of Capital Operating in Imperial Valley — Ready in October Hardly a week passes that does not bring to El Centro some new phase of industrial or commercial develop ment, and the latest is a factor of such ■('-•' importance that its effect will be too extensive to be grasped at the present. The El Centro Cold Storage Company, which concern is completing a mam moth cold storage on property ad joining the Blinn Lumber Company's retail yards, has sold the property to the Imperial Valley Mercantile Co., of Imperial, which concern will remove its headquarters to El Centro early in the fall, and will develop extensive business interests at this point. H. L. Peck will be in charge of the company's business here, and it...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

2 SHAW FOR JUSTICE Incumbent Who Seeks Renomlnatlon Has Been Imperial Valley Owner and Frequent Visitor Here. The Imperial Valley Fress believes that the people of Imperial Valley will do well to vote at (he primary election for the renomlnatlon of Judge Victor E. Shaw as Republican candidate for the position of Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal. Judge . Shaw is an upright and honorable man, an able jurist, and haa been a property owner In Imperial Valley, has made frequent visits here, and this has afforded him an opportunity to become thoroughly fnmilllar with valley conditions. Such knowledge might be good for a Judge to possess should matters of valley Interest come before him. He has Issued' a. dignified appeal to the voters, as follows: "As Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal of this, the second district, my official duties will not permit, of my seeking a personal interview with the great number of electors through out the district. As a candidate for renomniation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

Saturday, July 30, 1910. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLEY. J. S. Larew, of El Centro, has been appointed City Attorney of Brawley. * * * Fred Stahl and family have gone to their formeer nome in the East for a visit of six weeks. * * * Mrs. Harry Baum and Miss Edna I mum have gone to San Francisco for a month's visit. * * * Mr. and Mrs. b. B. Scott will spend the remainder of the summer with their son at Seattle. * * * Drawley will at once re-ad vertlse tbe sale of ltg issue of $18,000 bonds for sewer construction. * * * A broken churn at the Brawley creamery last week caused the ship ment of cream to^Redlands for con version into butter. Marshall McCartney has been fgjanted a, six weeks' vacation. V. • Schmitz will serve as City Marshal during McCartney's absence. * * * Brawley's City Trustees propose to adopt an ordinance that will compel property owners to keep their city lots clean of weeds and debris. * * * Revision of Brawley's building or dinance is to be made so that only buildings which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

Imperial VaHey Press | Official Newspaper of Imperial County 1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY |;~ ~~ : Allen Kelly SUBSCRIPTION R Ant Tear '•"; .*'••'• $1.00 KZZ «' \i 25 t Three Months .............. •*« [■ " „ .. BO I SU WOBtDi... •• • • ilnjle Copies OS WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER I. - ■ Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1908, at the postofflce at El Oentro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. PROBLEMS IN ANIMAL PSYCHOLOGY. I A recent marked increase in coyote mortality in the south western part of the valley suggests a problem in animal psy chology that is worthy of the attention of our most eminent : nature-fakers or even of the Great Faunal Naturalist himself. Settlers west of New River have been pestered by coyotes, |and ordinary methods of putting out poison have proved only ■temporarily effective. Brer Coyote has learned to look with "suspicion upon tempting bits of meat, dropped like manna from r heaven in desert places where no meat had g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

Saturday, July 30, 1910. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln Tern. Ham 22 105 i 83 60 A 23 98 /8 60 II 24 102 , 7? 68 « 25 106 78 55 *V 26 98 82 64 27 10ti 74 54 ' 28 107 80 60 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of tne Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, July 23, 1910. Date gage heights discharges July 17 „..16.25 12,600 > July 18 16.20 12,600 July 19 16.10 12,100 July 20 16.10 | 11,800 July 21 .16.10 10,600 July 22 16.00 10,300 July 23 16.00 • 9,800 F; L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD. BIRTHS. Conovan — July 22, to Mr. and Mrs, C. R. Conovan, of Brawley, a daughter ' J Buckmaster — July 22, to Mr. and h Mrs. William Buckmaster. of Brawley, at Redlands, a daughter. Leach — July 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Leach, of Brawley, a daughter. Kendle— July 17, to Mr. and Mrs. King L. Kendle, of Holtville, a daugh ter. ' Conover— July 22. to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Conover, of Brawley, a daughter. MARRIAGES Bowler-Billa— July 25, at Whitti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

6 GOOD ROADS BOOSTER ould R«l»« Money by Private Sub scription for Purpose of Improv ing Route Through Devil* ; Canon. I Leonard F. Black, superintendent fof road signs or the Automobile Club fof Southern California, has been [spending a few days in the valley [boosting the cause of good roads, and [securing members for the club, says [the Brawley News. Mr. Black is an [enthusiast on his chosen subject and [filled his auditors with some of his 'own seal. He believes that Imperial 'Valley needs good roads but one of the prime requisites of the future is a means of entering and leaving the valley without danger of smashing a machine on bad mountain roads. He 'proposes to use the money secured from members in the valley for the purpose of aiding in the repair of the Devil's Canyon road on the way to San Diego, and if necessary, to raise some money by' private subscription to assist in the work. He believes that a great number of automobile owners would come to the valley dur ing the wi...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

Saturday, July 30,. 1910. "OUT AND OUT INSURGENT" Fred E. Judson, Candidate for A«- I semeblyman from Eightieth Di»- I trict, Declares Hit Position Plainly. Fred E. Judson, writing to the Im perial ' Valley Press from Escondldo this week, says he will finish his cam paign in San Diego County this week and will spend the remainder of the time until the primaries In Imperial Valley, where he hopes to meet the people generally. Mr. Judson defines his position as follows: "Having, been announced as a Re publican candidate for as?«mhlyman of the 80th Assembly District through the columns of the press, I take this method of enlightening the voters as to myself and the political views I hold. "I aim a native of California; was born in Sonoma County, in the year 1869; have (lived in San Diego County 35 ' years.' "In; politics I have always been a Republican, and have always taken I an interest in politics, and in the elec tion of. our officials. "I believe that the majority, and not the bos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 30 July 1910

8 SCHOOL FUNDS APPORTIONED. The second apportionment of state school funds has been made. This shows that the average daily attend ance In the elementary schools of Im perial County w«s 1,004, and on this basis the apportionment for this coun ty ia $6,345.28. The record shows ■ verage datly attendance In the high schools as follows: Brawley, 21; Cen tral Union at Bl Centro, 32; Imperial, 41. On this basts the apportionment for high schools are: nrawley, $286. 04: El Centro, $320.69: Imperial, $349.04. Great discount sale of hats and ladlrs' furnishings At the Ladies' Tog- gery, El Centro, next ten days. 13- tf J. 11. BENSON [wira P PARQ I ■■■ill Unlluiiii I EL CENTRO,' CAL. IHPERIAL VALLEY AGENT GUESTA REV HAVANA CIGARS MADE AT TAMPA, FLORIDA 50 SIZES GENERALADAD MILD HAVANA FILLERS HARK HOPKINS PANATELA AND CLUB HOUSE SOL SMITH RUSSELL INVINCIBLE BATTLE WINNER ALL HAVANA JOHN J. INGALLS POST-OISPATGH FOR THESE AND OTHER HIGH GRADE CIGARS CALL, WRITE, OR TELEPHONE TO | A. BENSON CEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. IRRIGATION DISTRICT WILL BE ORGANIZED TO TAKE OVER CANAL SYSTEM OF VALLEY WATER DSERS MEET IN EL CENTRO AND VOTE TO DEGIN PROCEEDINGS IMMEDIATELY UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE GRIDGFORD IRRIGATION LAW •7 :/.,;,; • Meeting Decides Not to Wait for Reports of Committees, Attorney and Engineer Lately Appointed to Investigate' Questions Involved,— Petition to. Supervisors to Be (7a} Circulated By Committee of Fifty Who Are Now In the Field Between two hundred and three hundred water-users assembled in the Opera House at El Centro last Wed nesday and voted to begin proceed ings for the organiztlon of an irriga tion district under the Bridgford Act without waiting for the report of the committee recently appointed to in vestigate the working of the law or for the legal advice of the attorney engaged to examine questions rela ting to the acquisition of the canal system. The meeting, by a close vote, decided to circulate a petition and present it to the superviso...

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

2 VALLEY TO BE NOTED FOR EARLY GRAPES Pomologist Hussman Is Sur prised at the Growth of Vine Cuttings Here gfiyl No Other Locality In California Can Compete with Imperial If Proper Varieties of Grape* are Planted and That Some Varieties Now Grown should Be Discarded. Prof. George liussniau, Pomologist, > '.io under the direction of the Do |i,trtincut pf Agriculture has been car rying on studies In California grape culture, and who has visited Imperial Valley this season to make a thorough inspection of the vineyards here, has been talking of the grape industry to a Washington newspaper, and relates Kiime facts of interest to Valley read vrs. Incidentally he gives this valley r, boost as the earklest grape district, hut declares that better varieties t)i mild be selected. Prof. Hussman is assisted by his brother, Fred L. Hussman, and by R. &<.hmidt, the former being stationed i-.i'Napa and the latter at Fresno. 'The first thing to do," said Prof. iliißsrnau. "was to stop th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

Saturday, August 6, 1910. COUNTY NOTES HOLTVILLE. •* * * Thomas Potts left Hol'tvllle for Tex as Sunday evening. * * * D. ii. Wilhlte is the only candidate out for the ofllce of Justice of the Peace of. Holtville Precinct. * * * Robert K. Little has returned to Holtville after a visit to his father, in Texas, who is seriously 111. * * * D. T. Booth, of Cloverdale, Sonoma County, has been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. C. Thorn pkins. * * * Holtville's fine concrete high school edifice will be ready for use by the first of the new year. It will be the finest school building in Imperial Val ley. * * * JP v i ! new bank notes have arrived t^/the First National Bank of Holt ville. The directors of the bank are C. H. Eckert, F. E. Walker, C. D. Hartshorn, Leroy Holt and J. Harold Harden. * * * N. Randell has forty olive trees on his ranch near Holtville that are load ed down with olives of high grade. He also has bearing date trees on his place. Mr. Randell left Holtville last week f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Idltor Allen Kelly tutlneM Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Tear $1.00 Three Months 25 ■tz Months 60 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER (Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofQce at El Oentrd, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE WATER SITUATION. There has been a shortage of water in the canals supplying Imperial Valley, due to the deposit of silt in the intake and to the lowering of the bed of the Colorado river, but the obstacles to an adequate flow of water are being removed as rapidly as possible, the river is rising and the supply in the main canal is increasing daily. Some crops have been injured and some settlers have suffered loss, but the cotton crop has not been damaged materi ally and the valley is a long way from being "ruined." Receiver Holabird and Engineer Clarke, of the California Development Co., are doing...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

Saturday, August 6, 1910. THE WEATHER Unilisu^lly high temperature pre vailed during July. The highest wn.-< 118 cievgrees and the mean maximum was I^)9 degrees, three degrees higher than last year. The lowest tempera ture was 64 degrees, but on two days only was it. below 70 degrees, and the mean minimum was 77 degrees which Is two degrees above laat year's record. The hygrometer showed a mean humidity at 5 p. m. of 54 per cent, aa against 23 percent last year, but little confidence 1b to be placed in the Instrument which probably has an error of at least ten per cent. Only eight hundredth^ of an inch of rain has fallen since January 1. July Date Max. Tern. Mln Tern. Hum 29 HO 76 55 30 110 78 54 31 / 11: 78 56 August 1 . 108 78 54 2 110 79 55 3 112 76 ■ 64 4 112 79 55 WATER IN THE RIVER. /*? — »<AK;an daily gage heights and dis charges of toe Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Satirrday July 30, 1910. Date gage heights discharges July 24 15.90 9,200 July 25 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

6 CARISSO VALLEY DISTRICT New Era of Development for Valley Lying Thirty-five Miles West of Drawley. Beginning with the cool weather, a sew era of development is in store for the Carisso Valley, which lies thirty flve miles west of Brawley In the vicinity of Harper's Well or Mes qulte Drill Hole, says the Drawley News. This land will be irrigated by means of wells, the water in which lies only a few feet from the surface in many places. During the past winter and summer a number of shallow dug wells have been sunk, with boarded up sides, as well as some deeper holes. Ed. Rausson, who has been actively engaged in this locality for more than a year in connection with these new wells, states that several hundred acres will be placed in cultivation as soon as the weather ' becomes cool. One project contemplates the setting out of a large acreage of eucalyptus. The Carisso townsite, consisting of 40 acres, will be sown to alfalfa, two big wells having been contracted for. In addition to ...

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