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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 August 1910

Saturday, August 6, 1910. FOLLOW CUDAHY'B EXAMPLE. Property owners in the Imperial galley hare every reason to feel elated dyer recent developments affecting tjiolr future. First was the ready re* Bponao of the general government to their petition for assistance In con* trolling the waters of the Colorado River, a matter of vital importance to all of them. Now comes the news that Michael Cudahy has purchased a tract of 32,000 acres In that valley and will prooeed at once with Its im provement. The fact that such men as Cudahy have faith in that district and are willing to venture largely on its future can hardly fall to have a very beneficial effect on the interests of all who have invested there. Oth ers are. sure to follow the example thus set and it is now reasonably safe to figure on even greater and more rapid growth than has marked the past five years.— Long Beach Tel egram. PASTOR'S VACATION. Rev. D. K. Burnham and family left \EI Centro Monday night for a month's ivacatlon, ...

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. — 6 August 1910

8 WATER USERS SATISFIED No Ground Tor Complaint Against Receiver Pound By Attorney En gaged to Foment a Fuss. In response to summons by Judge Gole, Receiver Holabird and Engineer Clarke apjeared before the Superior Court at El Centro last Saturday. At torney Britt. of the firm of Hunsaker & Dritt, of. Los Aangeles, appeared as attorney for Water Company No. 1, and by permission of the Court ques tioned Receiver Holabird. Engineer Clarke and Mr. Scoby, who has been at the river aa the representative of Water Company No. 1. Attorney Dritt stated that he ap J. 11. BENSON THEMEI P PAR 1 ? 1 EL CENTRO, CAL. IHPERIAL VALLEY AGENT GUESTA REV HAVANA CIGARS MADE AT TAMPA, FLORIDA 50 SIZES GENERALADAD MILD HAVANA FILLERS MARK HOPKINS PANATELA AND CLUB HOUSE SOL SMITH RUSSELL INVINCIBLE BATTLE WINNER ALL HAVANA JOHN I INGALLS POSTBISPATCH i ' * FOR THESE AND OTHER HIGH GRADE CIGARS CALL, WRITE, o.^ TELEPHONE TO i. I SENSON CENTRAI BILLIARD PARLOR EL CENTRO. CAL. jwarcd for Water Company No...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. PETITION FOR DISTRICT PRONOUNCED WORTHLESS NO SAFE ATTORNEY WOULD THINK OF PROCEEDING UNDER THE FORM NOW IN CIRCULATION Counsel Engaged By Commission of Eleven Advises Valley to Proceed With Care and Not Imperil Validity of Irrigation District By Hasty and 111-Considered Action Seven members of the Commission of Eleven, appointed to Investigate all questions relating to the water supply and particularly instructed by the water-users of Imperial Valley to re port on the proposed organization of an irrigation district and to obtain the legal advice of counsel versed In water law, met at Brawley this week and received the report of the sub committee sent to study the working of the Bridgford Act in San Joaquin Valley districts. Mr. Britt, of the law firm of Hun- F. S. Webster, Imperial California. Dear Sir:— Your favor of the sth is at hand. The "Free holders' Petition," a printed copy of which you enclose, is ap parently a copy of one drawn under the. or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

2 ROCKWOOD'B SPECIAL ELECTION. The voters of Kockwood school dis trict will hold a special election on August 29 on a proposition to issue bonds in the amount of $3500 to pro- Tide additional school facilities and assist in maintains a school. The officers for the election are H. M. Fowler, Inspector; D. D. Dayton and W. Bailey, Judges. WILL PROSPECT FOR OIL J. H. Daniel, of Globe, has been investigating the lands along the Oil.i river, about fifteen miles from Yuma, and has become convinced qf thq good prospects for oil. A flow of nat ural gap has been discovered 'And other Indications , lead Mr. Daniel to believe that the district will prove oil territory. He will sink a test well during the fall or winter. Remember that William Wessel is candidate for Republican nomination tor Coroner. 17-2t (Authorized Advertisement.) STATEMENT FROM JOHN NORTON Editor Imperial Valley Press: — I wish through your paper to correct the statement which has been made by my opponent to the effect that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

Saturday, August 13, 1910, COUNTY NOTES PALO VERDE VALLEY. A large steam thresher nas been brought Into the Palo Verde Valley from Ulythe Junction, Sn the Santa Fe railroad, and is threshing barley for the settlers. * * * A windstorm swept Palo Verde Val ley last week, doing considerable damage to hay stacks and poorly con structed ranch houses. The hotel at Rannals was almost unroofed. '* * * Although the temperature of this valley has been from 110 to 116 dally Jor the past two weeks, strong south west winds have tempered the heat and the nights have been comfortable. * * * The managers of the automobile stage line operating between Qlamis and this valley have troubles of their own. Recently fourteen blow-ups of tires In one trip gave them variety. v, * * * ;;i; ;i f Preparatory to the hearing over the alleged swamp lands of the Palo Verde Valley, government surveyors have been running lines through the the past two weeks. The land hearing will take place at Los Angeles on August ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Omcl«l N«w»p«p«r of lmp«rlal County PUBLISHED EVERY BATURDAY gjltor AlUn K«1ly ■i»ln«M Manager L«wl» Havermale SUBSCRIPTION Ob* Year $1.00 Three Months 25 Blx Months 60 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centra, California, under the act of Congress of March 8, 1879. IRRIGATION DISTRICT MOVES. There is virtually no opposition in Imperial Valley to the formation of an irrigation district under the state law; It is well understood by the settlers that no move toward acquisition of the canal system by the water-users can be made until they shall be organized as a public corporation having authority to levy taxes and issue bonds. The water-users recently appointed a commission of eleven, selected by the presidents of the mutual companies, and in structed that body to work out the details of district organi zation, obtain the opinion of a competent lawyer on the legal que...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

Saturday, August 13, 1910. THE WEATHER ''Apate Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Augifst 6 111 79 Augukt 6 110 76 August 7 109 79 August 8 109 82 August 9 106 78 August 10 103 80 August 11 106 78 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yum a, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday August 6, 1910. Date gage heights dischargee July 31 15.60 6,900 August 1 16.00 8,900 August 2 16.20 10,000 August 3 16.05 8,800 August 4 16.35 10,500 Augusts 16.40 10,600 August 6 16.55 11,200 ' FRANCIS L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD. BIRTHS. Yo^ng— August 6, to Mr. and Mrs. ; vV»*e^ler B. Young, of Calexico, a son. "Hamiltoil— August 10, to Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hamilton, of El Centro, a daughter. MARRIAGES. < b>fim2S<BtS— August 3, at Long Beach, Harry Hand, of El Centro and Miss Phoebe Metz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Metz, now of Long Beach, but" formerly located at El Centro. DEATHS. GRIMES— JuIy 31,'. at her home northeast of Brawley, Mrs. Elnora ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

6 DILLJ ALLOWED. At the meeting of the Board of Su pervisors of Imperial County on Au gust 1 and 2, 1910, the following bills were allowed: National Lumber Co., labor, $192.47. Road District No. 6. H. S. Bell wood, work, $31.00. Road District No. 6. Weeke & Hazzard, Irrigating gates, $13.97. Road District No. 6. J. 8. Brown, work, $105.40. Road District No. 5. El Centro Land Co., error in taxes, $1.25. General Fund. District Attorney, expenses, $11.20. General Fund. Bender Moss Co., law books for dis trict attorney, $10.00. General Fund. El Centro Stationery Co., stationery, $75.00. General Fund. Elmer Leonard, due on jury room, General Fund. Tony Gilbert, interperter, $8.00 1 General Fund. . I Thomas Beach, room rent, $37.50 General Fund. Kate Oldham, for Eshleman and Swing, $36.40. General Fund. Holton Power Co., electricity, $66.53. General Fond. J. C. Thompson, work, $47.00. Gen eral Fund. Underwood Typewriter Co., one half dozen ribbons, for recorder, $3.75. S. H. Bennett, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

Saturday, August 13, 1910. THE UNCROWNED KING \rfarold Bell Wright's Latest Work tl Through the tress and Will Soon Appear. Desert Story Harold Dell Wright, the noted au thor, is home from a trip of about three mouth* in the east, In which he combined business with a vacation outing, and had the pleasure of see ing hla new book, "The Uncrowned King," going through the presses, the proof of which he read before return- Ing to Southern California, says the Redlands Facts. "Although I had a delightful time," said he today, "and was treated roy ally by friends and book publishers, I am frank to say that I am mighty glad to get back and I would not again live in the east for all the country east of the Mississippi." Mr. Wright has become famous as an author of three renowned books, any one of which is sufficient to have silvan him wide recognition as an au jfcfrf but of which two are famous — U^rhe Sheperd of the Hills," of which 490,000 copies have been sold in America alone, and his la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 13 August 1910

8 ESHLEMAN'S CANDIDACY State Needt Men of Hi* Sort as Reg- ulators of the Railroads. (LO9 Angeles Express.) Second In importance only to the fight that Is being made for the gov ernorship of California is the struggle of the people to elect a railroad com mission that will make that board something besides an asylum for the political pensioners of the Southern Pacific railroad company. This year, thanks to the direct pri mary , the people have a chance to J. 11. BENSON WHOLESALE! ppjinp I ■■■it) UnTiu.... p EL CENTRO, CAL. IHPERIAL VALLEY AGENT GUESTA REV HAVANA CIGARS MADE AT TAMPA, FLORIDA 50 SIZES GEiRALADnD MILD HAVANA FILLERS MAI HOPKINS PANATELA AND CLUB HOUSE SOL SMITH RUSSELL INVINCIBLE BATTLE WINNER ALL HAVANA JOHN J. INGALLS POSTDISPATCH FOR THESE AND OTHER HIGH GRADE CIGARB - CALL, WRITE, O.". TELEPHONE TO JJ. BENSON CENTHAI BILLIARD PARLOR EL CENTRO, CAL. put an end to the Sommerland type of railroad commissioner. The people's choice for this office is John M. Euhleman. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL AGENT MEETS VALLEY WATER-USERS ASSISTANT ATTY.-GEN. OSCAR LAWLER DISCUSSES PROPOSED PROTECTIVE WORK ON COLORADO RIVER Personal Observation Corrects His Misconception of Coni ". ' ditions in the Valley, and He' Promises Personal ,:\ - Aid in Expediting Patents, to Land. , / Gathering Facts for the ' . : "V ; , President . Oscar. Lawler,, Assistant Attorney- General of the United States and special representative of the Presi dent in the matter of control of the Colorado river, came to Imperial Vai ley last Sunday, spent several days> . on the river and in the delta in com pany with Engineer ' Ockerson, and on Thursday afternoon met the direc tors of the mutual water companies •and a number of citizens in the water company hall at Imperial. ■■Mr. Lawler's observations in the j valley evidently removed from his ! , mind some misconceptions of condi- j tions that he had harbored in common', with most government officers that! ' have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

2 condemnation Is of very great im portance. ..Being .without It J">y mu tual corporation, other than an irriga tion district, would be compelled to pay such prices for all thing 9 neces sary to the acquiring of a water sys tem aa could be arrived at by private , contract and without any compulsory power. to acquire the necessary prop arty At its reasonable value. Olher considerations will appear furtbfiTWf 3. The third question specifically put by you, is aa' t<s whether an Irri gation district can expend funds which may be raised by bond issues in ac •luijjing • property tn Mexico, or, ! in making . necessary JmproWm#ntß, ex tensions op protective. works In Mex ico. This question raises' a number 'of 'important .considerations. ..--.■'.-.. , ■■ ' It. sfeems^to , entitle any person or corporation to construct nnd operate canals in Mexican" ' territory, that the Mexican" law .requires that a contract, commonly called a concession, shall be entered into _by_ the Mexican Gov ern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

Saturday, August 20, 1910. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLBY. Harrylßaum received word that the athergf Mrs. Harry Uaum died last week in San Francisco. * * * T. D. McKeehan lias leased Jits to Lee Dutcher, of Imperial, who takes possession about the mid lie of October. . t# * * , Poles are placed and equipment in* tailed between Brawley and Alamorio or a new 12 wire circuit that' will five' the entire eastside telephone fiommunication with Brawley and the remainder of the Imperial Valley. ; ' * * * '■ Messrs. Philo Jones, Wade and Lyons will inspect and lay out a road .rom Brawley to the San Diego county inc. They are 'accompanied by L. T. •Jloch, who is. the road superintendent )f the Southern California Automobile 3iub. ** * . Manager Hardlson, of the Coachella /alley Development Company, \ re )ort(|nji,he progress of the well before b% JE$ Trustees and asked permls ilonYto sink the 8-inch casing down o 1800 feet, the depth he has now ittained. ** * * Joe Carse, /Who was employed by MEr. Grim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Editor ' Allen Kelly ■Mines* Mart«g«r Lewie Havermale ~ SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Three Months 25 flx Months 60 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. CIVIC DECENCY TRIUMPHANT. Imperial County made good use of the direct primary as a weapon with which to drive the machine manipulator and the slick politician into the brush, where he may skulk and prowl like the coyote and tell his troubles .to the moon. The republicans have nominated a county ticket that is generally satisfactory, and as they are largely in the majority, the nominations are equivalent in most cases to election. The democrats have made a few nominations, choosing candidates that are popular and renominating officials that have served creditably, # and in those cases the elec...

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. — 20 August 1910

Saturday, August 20, 1910. THE WEATHER ! Dale Max. Tern. Mm. Tern W/jst 12 110 ?8 uJLst ii X \ iii 76 VugvuS?. 14 108 64 Vugust jji 109 64 August l« ' lv« 70 VugUßt iV 110 . 70 August 18 109 77 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gage heights and dls> :haiges of the Colorado ' River at fuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday August 13, 1910. Date gage nelghta dischargee kugust 7 16.25 10,300 iugust 8 16.40 12,200 lugust 9....*.. 16.10 11,100 Uigusi 10 16.05 11,100 lugUßt 11 16.20 12,700 VugUßt 12 16.10 11,600 iugust 13 16.40 13,200 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD. BIRTHB. Lair.lTi:herie — August 12, at Cal i.« :, to Mif and Mrs. Pierre Lam irucb^rie, a son. „, St^i^rd— August 15, at Calexico, o* ". y. and Mrs/Frank Stafford, a girl. DEATHS. Bennett — August 12, at Calexico, ;iss Ella Bennett. Interment at Im srlal. 'K'.'/h PERBONALS. Ex-Judge Ansel Smith returned .to he county seat last Monday to take 1 >art in the primary election. \ * * * W. A. Peterson, gov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

6 FOR PANAMA EXPOSITION Extra Session of LegisJatur* May Be Called to Provide Funds. Promoters of the l'nnama Canal Exposition At San Francisco have asked the government to call aa extra session of tile Legislature for the pur pose of providing for State bonds to the amount of $5,000,000 for the expo sition, the ' exposition * committee to pay all expenses of the session. San Francleco men have pledged |7y600,000. The city is bonded for JtV 000,000 uioi'e, and with the $5,000,004 to be raised by State taxation there will be the sum in the aggregate of $17,500,000 to be presented to Con gress, when it meets next December, if the constitutional amendment is made. Oov. Gillett favors the- extra ses sion. He says: > "We. want to be ready when Con gress convenes to show it that we have the money. It Is .a question of money. We want to appear In Wash ington with a sum of money so large that New Orleans will quit. It will take a big amount, and we want to be there with the goods. "The c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

\t ■ ... ■; 5 .. . , BaturdAj; Augiint 20, 1910.' YUMA TO THE GULF Concession For Railroad Through , , Mexico to Tide Water. . According to a Tucson dispatch In the Vuma Sun, Antonio Lozano, Mex ican Consul at Los Angeles, is inter ested in' (he construction of a railroad from Port Isabel on the Oulf of California to the Mexican line, at a point Just below Yuina. He has ob t.ained from the Mexican government a right of way concession in' Mexico for the construction of the railroad,' which will be about 80 miles in length .from Puerto Isabel to the international boundary. Mr. Lozano Is negotiating with capitalists for the building of the . road, and is also taking . up the mat ter of 'securing a right of way .from the boundary line to Yuma". where the railroad is proposed to connect with the* Southern Pacific. ; , ; .♦ t ' . | The .line, of the .proposed j railroad lies' closely beside the Colorado river, and traverses ; what^ is' considered san excellent agricultural r'country';.thr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 August 1910

8 NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Bids for the construction of a roof upon the Courthouse of Imperial coun ty, at El Centro, according to plans and ftpeciflcations on file In the office of the County Clerk, will be received at the ofllce of the Clerk up to the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on Sept 6, 1910. D. S. ELDGR, J!o«3t<v County Clerk. «? WILL STANTON * * Licensed Auctioneer for # * Imperial Valley * * Address: Calexico, Cal. * *• * J. A. BENSON MM n PADQ 1 iimU unliUini I •/I ELtCENTRO, CAL. vv ;,' '/■;'. '^VALLEY" ' ■'■v : ; :^ agent; GUESTA HEY Hli CIGARS MADE AT TAMPA, FLORIDA 50 SIZES GEWERALADAO ; 'MIL©.; HAVANA ', FILLERS- MARK HOPKINS PANATELA AND " .CLUB HOUBE ; SOL SilH RUG6QI /INVINCIBLE BATIIf WINNER ALL HAVANA JOHN J. INGALLS POSTOISPATCH FOR THESE AND OTHER HIGH GRADE CIOARB CALL, WRITE, ! O.: TELEPHONE TO J, A. BENSON CENTRA! BILLIARD PARLOR I EL CENTRO, CAL. OLD ESPEE MACHINE TOTALLY WRECKED Insurgent Republicans Make Good Use of Direct Primary and Win Victory , Entire State ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 August 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. CITY WATER WORKS NEAR COMPLETION Settling Basins Excavated and Much Pipe Laid in El Centro Streets, * Work Done In Midsummer in Spite of , Intense Heat That Drives Lelsurly Folks to the Coast. Prospect That ' System Will Be Ready For Use Ait. Early In Fall.; The notion that no hard work can be done out of doors in summer in the Imperial "Valley still sticks in some ■ ■ ■ ■ . • , \ . . - .- „ . ■> . "heads, but it is only a relic of the early days, when this region was sup posed to be a replica of Death Valley and thermometers were made with ■ . ■,' ■ ' / v ■ • ' , '■/■ ■ •; ■•■ i " a vent. at the top of the tube- to let the mercury; boil over and run ; out. • The city ' trustees of El Centro hit that old Idea a iolt when they decided not to' wait until fall to begin work on tne new water system j and made contracts for the construction of set tling basins and laying of pipe during ti.e summer months. . Contractor Peterson began excava ting the settl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 August 1910

2 WEST SIDE TOWNSHIPS Ir Survey Stakes Are Found, Land Above Canals May Be Re-opened To Entry. ■ i Gloria to induce the Land Office to roiitoro to entry lands west of New l Jivor and above the canals have elic ited from Commissioner > Dennett a )*>tter in which he explains that town ship* on the west side of the valley have hot been resurveyed because they were reported by special ex aminers to be non-irrigable by reason f their altitude above present and tjgpective canals. U is asserted by persons interested o development of that region that ».uter for irrigation may be obtained from., wolls, <aiyi .that stakes of the original survey have been found. Tha commissioner says, in a. letter. to <r?*o. W. Allen: "If, as you state, the original survey is clearly discernible ujHin' the ground,- and the original Htak.es in place, then, in. that event, a ivsurvey would, be. .deemed unneces sary and a continuation of the sus )>i>usion of entries unwarranted. "You are therefo...

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