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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 September 1910

Saturday, September 10/ 1910. BANK AT BLYTHE. The Blythe Bank is now doing busl-' ness and is proving a great conven ience to valley settlers. The direc v tors are H. M. Frazer, Henry C. HDownes, M. L. Willetts, Ray. Ward, VCharlea Pettlt, P. D. Mclntyre and ' Oeorge N. Haysllp. M. L. Willetts is the cashier. BEL.LB ALFALFA SEED. The Yunia Valley Producd Growers' Association has sold to the Libby Seed Comp&i'y, of Seattle, 60,000 pounds % of alfalfa' seed for 14 centa a pound. Most of this seed Is ready for delivery, and the growers will net a handsome profit' on the transaction. PUTNAM SELLS RANCH. F. B. Putnam, formerly in the real estate business in El Centro, has just ,spld a^,. eighty-acre- ranch JinTtfi'e South'* San 'Joaquih Irrigation District to W. R. Sampson, who^lately sold hb-raVch* In "Water 1 " District No. '8, west of Brawley. BTORE BUILDING AT RANNALS. Hartman & Morse will erect an adobe store building, 30x60 feet, at the kannals townsite, opposite the hotel....

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. — 10 September 1910

8 WATER IN THE RIVER. • Moan, daily gago heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yum.l, Arizona, for the week ending ci»i unlay, September 3, 1910. Date Oage Heights Discharges August 28 1 G.6S 8,200 August 29 15.1R 6,300 August 30" 1 6.35 7,400 August 31 15.20 " 6,800 3eutember 1... 15.25 6,800 September 2... 15.00 5,600 September 3... 15.00 5,500 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Englueer. BIRTHS August 28, to Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. •linaon, of HoltviUo, a daughter. MARRIAGES Hennett-Carr-'-August 19. at Venice, California, Leslie Bennett, of . Water District"' No. 16,1 6, aud Miss Mabel Winni tred Carr, of Santa Paula. ;: Maocwell-Arnold I—September1 — September 2, at Redlandß," James Maxwell, of El Cen tro, and May Josephine Arnold, a res ident of Redlands. Mr. Maxwell is a member of the El Centro firm of Wit tiian- Maxwell Company. DEATHS. . Wilkinson — September 2. at Pasa lesdena, Eugene Wilkinson, of Impe rial. Interment was in the Rosedale cemetery at Los Angeles. Eugene Wil...

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. — 17 September 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. BOUNDARY BLUNDERS NOTHING BUT DREAM Records Show That Uncle Sam -Was Not Buncoed in the Gadsden Purchase Negotiations of Treaties Wlith Mexico Had Correct Maps and Did Not Re fer to the Hardy Chart. Exchange of Territory the Only Remedy For jj Complications. >;' Examination of the records and offi cial documents, American and Mcx • ican, relating to acquisition of Mexl can^ territory by the United States under the treaties oT 1848 and .1853, disposes conclusively of the 'supposi tion that any part of the peninsula of Lower California^ was lost to the United StatesV through the inad vertence of the negotiators or error in defining the boundary. There remains only the remote possibility of an error in defining the soutlTline of the Gads den purchase, affecting Arizona and Sonora but not affecting in any degree the delta of the Colorado. When the treaty of Guadalupe Hid algo was negotiated after the Mexican war, the United States commL'iioners proposed...

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. — 17 September 1910

2 MEXICAN LAND DEAL CLOSED .UMtfs Completed for Transfer of Delta Acreage to Cudahy and Associates. •Vhx transfer of 32,000 acre"' of rich SV-..-».lo delta lands, just acT&M the •»>-■.(■«; if ioiial line In the republic of iKtxicn. for a total consideration of JtJtiO.flOO, goes on record as on<* ot tks largest land deals lately noßOtlat " in the southwest. The sal a was sod Saturday through the Title In ) .-aoce* and Trust Company, where > properly has been In e&crow a ■ulkt of weeks pending the veriftca «*m of title". The first news of this smls was printed In the Imperial Val- Tfcf Tress on July 23. Tffce 32,000 acres were held by the Otlorado River Land Company of LO3 Jrwli's and were sold by this cor ittration to the Imperial Valley Land tx',< Irrigation Company of Mexico with Iranch office in room 707 in the Cen tal building in Los Angeles in charge «r G E. Easton, president of the pur chasing company. Associated with Mr. Xrslon in this huge land deal are Jt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

Saturday, September 17, 1910. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLEY. Mr. Conner Is erecting a cottage on West G street. * •* # 8. A. Armstrong has gone to the Eastern states for a six weeks' visit. * * # The Brawley High School opened for the new year's work last Monday. * * * More than 400 people participated in the barbacue at Brawley oh Labor •» % X Dr. Lawrence L. ,Lindsey, of Los Angeles, has' come to Brawley 'to practice his profession. William Farr has purchased the in terests of J. L. Manahan in the Braw ley Meat & supply Company. •» '■# ' # Imperial Water Company No. 8 has levied . assessment No. 14 of sixty cents per share, due and payable by D. H. Imler, president of Water Company No. 8, reports that he ex pects r to pick "at least a bale to the acije from his 100-acre cotton field., 1 Rev. J. W. Miller, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, has returned from his summer vacation and has resumed regular service at this church I The Gilbo moving picture theatre, operated by I. J. and U. N....

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

4 Impeoail Vaßßey Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY fefltor Allen Kelly •mints* Manager . . Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $1.00 Three Months ' 25 Six Months 60 Single Copies 06 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postoffice at El Centra, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. \\ TIME TO WAKE UP. Negotiating with creditors of the bankrupt C. D. Co. for terms of settlement of their claims before it has been determined that the water users are to have an organization that can raise money for any purpose may be an innocent form of diversion, but that it advances the solution of the water problem half an inch re mains to be demonstrated. It seems to us that the water-users are puzzling their wits with every question involved in the problem except the one of paramount importance to themselves. While they are figuring out how they can pay what the C. D. Co. owes to everyo...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

Saturday, September 17, 1910. THE WEATHER. / bate Max. Tern. Mln. Tern .Sept. 9. ....... 116 73 Sscpt. 10 109 76 sVp\. 11 ..-HI '82 v Sejii 12. ;....'.. 103 71 Sepli 13. .94 75 Sept. 14 99 72 Sept. 16....... '.100 72 \ N ■ '■■ i", ,■. WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, September 10th, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Sept. 4 15.20 6,300 Sept 5 14.75 4,200 Sept. , 6 ..14.90 4,800 _ Sept., 7 14.90 4,800 Sept. 8........14.8J? . 4,600 Sept. 9 15.30 ; 5,800 ] Sept.' 10 ...15.20 . 5,000 VITAL RECORD. BIRTHB. Morrison— September 8, to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Morrison, at Calexico, a son. . • . \ Barbour— August r 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barbour, at San Diego, a son. jm-. and Mr 3. Barbour for three years jpJVre, residents of Imperial. ; % Ferris-7-August 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Carrey H. Ferris, at Spokane, Wash ingto, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fer ris, who own a ranch near Meloland, are x well known...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

6 OFFICIAL RECORD OF PRIMARY ELECTION, RESULTS IN IM PERIAL COUNTY. Office of tine Board of Supervisors, Jmerrlaal County, California. E] Centro. August JB. 1910. Hoard called to order by Supervisor Clark nnd chairman Pro tern, at 10 a.m. Supervisors present: Clark, Web ster, Ferguson. Supervisors absent: Mcllnrg, Wade. Minutes of meeting of Aug. 2nd xiad and approved. This bring the time fixed by law for the canvassing of the returns of the Primary election held Aug. 16«h, and it appeared that all the returns of cald election are now at hand, It Is on motion, made and passed, ordered (he canvassing of saiid returns be taken up and proceeded with, and it is found upon checking and canvas sng the said returns that on the Re- ! publican Ticket for Governor. Alden Anderson received 115 votes. Charles Forrest Curry received 93 votes, Nathanirl Ellery received 12 votes, Hiram W. Johnson received 336 votes, Fhillip A. Stanton received IG7 votes. Theodore Bell received one vote. For Lieute...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

Saturday, Septetnoer 17, 1910. COUNTY BILLS ALLOWED. *jf The following bills were" allowed at. '%lu> meeting of the Hoard of Supervl a^s of Imperial County, at El Centro, on September 8, 1910. • tiJIF. Farnsworth, election, $10.00. OenVval Fund. /••- Purdy Hart, election, $7.50. Gen eral Fund. M. R. Power, election, $7.50. Gen eral Fund. liester C. Salisbury, election, $7.50. General Fund. C. F. Borts, election, $7.50. Gen- Ray Edgar, election, $7.50. General S. B. Foulds, election,s7.so. General George W. Havlland, election, $7.50. General Fund. , : •'_ VjV- J. W. Smith, election, $7.5 d. Gen eral Fund. H. W. Lake, ejection, $7.50. Gen eral Fund.'/ John M. Nelson, . election, $7.50. General Fund. • H. T, Jones, election, $7.50. Gen eral Fund. E. E. Bennett, election, $7.50. Gen eral Fund. J David M.. Bradley, election, $7.50. jflLieral Fund. "■^.tiam A. Thing, election, $7.50. Gen eral Fund. ' ' - C. W. Horan, election, $5.00. Gen eral Fund. Fred <V. Waters, election, $10.00....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 September 1910

8 WATER ORGANIZATION UNDER ADVISEMENT -Commission Unable to Como to Conclusion on Any Phase of Problem /reposes to Negotiate With Creditors •f Bankrupt Company For Settle m«nt of Claims That Are Now Be fore the Courts. Meeting Devoted to Inconclusive Discussion of Side t*USS. . . XJglat. of the members of the Com ndltee of Eleven, appointed to inves tigate water problems of Imperial T&Uey and to recommend action on sorue definite line, met at the Court House in El Centro last Monday. The oommittee members in attendance •mere Chairman Wills and Messrs. Mc- JSrerrin, Rockwood, Burger, Webster, "Ferguson, Patten and Upton. The ■»««Ung attracted the attendance of vuuerous ranchers from various parts *sf the valley, who took a keen interest xa the discussions of the committee. The various communications from Xadge A. Haines, who has been em ployed as attorney to investigate the question of formation of an irrigation district in this valley t> were read and •rdered placed on file"....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. RECEIVER RAISES RATES AND QUESTION OF AUTHORITY WATER COMPANIES RESIST NEW MOVE AND ATTORNEYS FIND SERIOUS DEFECT IN METHOD OF PROCEDURE : Alleged That Receiver Does Not Have Legal Control of the i Affairs of C.*'D. Company as Insolvent Concern. Plaus ible Explanaiion of Railroad's Refusal to Advance ; Money, Action on Behalf .of All Creditors Suggested As Remedy for Complications Notice given by Receiver. Holal>ird to the mutual water companies that he will no longer recognize their con tracts with the California Develop ment Co. and that the rate for water will be raised from 50 cents to 80 cents an acre foot, after October 1 has brought the situation to a head and seems to have given to the water users the jolt that was required to make them sit up and take notice of the fact that they are vitally inter ested in the water question. - The presidents of the mutual com panies having declined, under astute legal, advice, to assent to any modifi catio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

2 THE PARKER PROJECT Chuckawalla Company Preparing to Take Water for Million Acres from the Colorado. Righl to water is secured by appro priation and use and the formal ap propriation is of no avail without use. unperial valley is not yet using or diligently prosecuting work toward the «se of all the water appropriated by !he original promoters of the irriga :ion system. But up the river from Hip Imperial intake others nre mak ing preparations to use all the water of the Colorado over and above what to now used by the l*iguna and Im perial systems. The Parker Post says: "Another important move was made 6y the Chucltawalla Development com pany last week in its acquirement of additional territory adjoining its dam sito, five miles above Parker, which action practically estops any compet ing syndicate of capitalists from ob taining permission to dani the Colora do river for the reason that the Chuck •walla company is now in possession •f the key to the only practical dam site in the vi...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

Saturday, September 24th, 1910. , COUNTY NOTES IMPERIAL. Imperial is suffering from a short age of houses to rent. 4f * Vt Mrs. Bernard Burnstein arrived from Europe last Monday. * * * J. J. Carr has returned from a visit to his former home in Georgia. * # * Clifford E. Cogging has returned from an extended visit in San Fran cisco. O;\ V' * * * „ George R. Hugo has returnpd from Santa Barbara, where he spent the summer. * * * Daniel Davidson has returned from a three months' visit to Nebraska and lowa. * * * N. J. Reid, formerly of Imperial, is now engaged in the mercantile bUsi . ness at Redwood City. k* * * f Earl Maddux has returned to Im h perial after a summer's vacation spent in the East and at coast points. v* * * Louis Tltsworth has opened a gar age in the new building erected by Dr. H. J. Fuller on West Eighth street. * * * W. J. Mitchell has sold his Jewelry business to his nephew, R. Fitton, who recently came from England to Imperial. * * * Carl W. Reese has begun the ere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY C dltor • • • • .Allen Kelly •mines* Manager Lewie Havermate SUBSCRIPTION Ont Year $1.00 Three Months 25 Biz Months 50 tingle Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER~~ Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Oentro, California, under the act of Congress of March S, 1879. WATER PROBLEMS. Rational solution of the problem of water administration in Imperial Valley has been made difficult by the quarreling of ad vocates of different methods of organization and by the confusion of counsel resulting therefrom. A few weeks ago the course seemed plain and there was virtually unanimous approval of the irrigation district plan. An eminent lawyer, employed by the water-users, advised that there was no other plan applicable to conditions here. Opposition suddenly developed from a quarter to which nobody looks for reliable information or sane advice, and a self constit...

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. — 24 September 1910

Saturday, September -24th, 1910. THE WEATHER. J Date Max. Tern. Mln. Teni f Sept. 16.... 106 . 74 Mept. 17 .108 74 Se-pt 18- 104 y 78 SepL 19 (..AM 76 Bepjl'2O 106 73 Sept. 21 106 68 Sept. 22 106 ,-62 WATER IN THE RIVER. 1 Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at ; Yiima, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, September 17th, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Sept. 11 15.25 5,800 Sept. 12 14.60 3,600 Sept. 13 14.85 5,400 Sept. 14 16.10 11,300 Sept. 15 15.75 7,800 Sept. 16 15.65 . 7,300 Sept. 17 ....15.45 6,300 PERSONALS. T. B. Owen has returned to Calexico after an extended trip through the Eastern States. * «• -X Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Issigi are noto Jiting at their former home of Mr. ligl in Virginia, and from there if'' proceed to Baltimore. * * -X- Attorney ,T. M. McNamara has re turned from his summer's vacation in Los Angeles and will resume his law g practice here for the fall and winter. -» -Jfr * H. J. Messenger, of Holtville, who has been visiting Was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

6 WHAT WILL HE DO? Roo»evelt's Problem if Saratoga Con vention Proposes Endorsement of Taft. (Collier 1 !*.) Among the world's Jokes not the least grotesque Is the turgid vehe mence with which politicians "point •with pride" to the achievements of their factions. Does anybody mark them? Just now we face a question of endorsement which strangely does have meaning. If Theodore Roose velt goes to Saratoga In September, lie may well be placed in a position ■where it will be necessary to vote for or against a lurid tribute to the Ad ministration. Such a vote by him, in the spot-light, and in the conditions, can not be numbered among those acts which/although possibly causing the angels pain, have no bearing on the lives of men. His endorsement, if given, will be seriously marked and weighed. His will be a profoundly difficult position. To refuse the arti ficial bouquet will look ungracious; to grant it will be ridiculous and false. Mr. Roosevelt's opinions can not differ altogether from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

Saturday, September 24th, 1910. PANAMA EXPOSITION of Amendments Necessary to S Holding of Fairs at Ban Fran. / cisco and San Diego. IA conference between representa tives of the San Francisco and San Diego Expositions, held -in Washing ton, resulted in what is known as tho "Washington Compromise," thus bringing the two interests together for harmonious action and defining the i jßcope for each Exposition, making It possible to hold two Expositions in California in 1915. New Orleans Is making efforts to secure Congressional recognition for a great World's Fair celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal In 191 G. In order to win, San Francisco mu.Bt make the fight of her life. The suc cess of the Fair in San Diego now de pends largely upon a great World's Fair being held in San Francisco. Should the great World's Fair go to ■New Orleans, San Diego would be in very poor shape to hold a successful If she had the only cele bration in the United States in the way of an Exposition, she co...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 September 1910

8 Tax Levy for Imperial County, California, for the Fiscal Year 1910-1911. OFFICE OP THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, IMPERIAL COUNTY CAL. El Centro, September 10th 1910. Ttoard called (o order by Chairman McHarg. in special session nt 10 •. m in pursuance of the provision* of Sec. 3714. of the Political Code, which requirea the Board of Supervisors of all Counties of the Slate of California, to meet on the 3rd Monday of September of each and every year to fix the tax levies of the State of California for the ensuing year and" for the. aportionnient of the assessment of the Rail Roads as assessed by tlio State Hoard of Equalization. All Supervisors present. The rate of State tax fixed by the State Hoard of Equalization as the Ul valorem rate of taxation levied and to be collected upon each one hundred Jollars of the assessed valuation of the State, to raise the specific amount it money required to be raised for the 62nd fiscal year is .",2 cts. and 3 mills and. the said rate was fixed and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 October 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. COTTON-PICKING BY MACHINERY MAY BE SEEN IN OPERATION AT DALLAS IN OCTOBER, AND VALLEY GROWERS MAY SEND EXPERTS TO INVESTIGATE It Is asserted that a successful cotton picking machine has been pooduced by-the Plerce-Campbell Company and has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of cotton-growers and glnners In the south. S. D. Murray, of the Murray GlnCo.v is quoted by the Dallas News as 1 saying that there is no question of the practicability of the machine; that it is a successful cotton picker and does its work without injuring the plant. It is not of the suction type. The machine will be on exhibition and working at the State fair in Dallas from October 15, to October 20, and a special <4;aln from St. , Louis will take a large party of cotton and- machinery men to Dallas to see it work. It Is asserted that the machine picks an acre an hour and gets all the open cotton on the plants. ' ' „y Representatives of the cotton growers of Imperial Valley s...

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

2 JUDGE JAMES'S CANDIDACY Must Be Elected to Hold Place to Which He Was Appointed. If \hc voter at the November elec tion will look under (ho heading "In dcpcndVnl Nominations," which will appear after the columns of the regular jwrty tickets on the ballot, he will find listed the office of "ASSOCiATE JUSTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL FOR THE UNEXIMRED TERM," nnd the name of WILLIAM P. JAMES as a candidate therefor. This oflice will not appear in any party column, and EACH VOTER WILL IH2 ENTITLED TO VOTE HIS ENTIRE PARTY TICKET. AND IN ADDITION THERETO VOTE FOR A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE MENTIONED. Another office appear* Ing in the parly columns and desig nated as "Associate Justice of the District Court of Appeal" is a distinct and separate office. Judge William P. James is at present an Associate Justice of the District Court of Appeal, having been appointed to fill the vacancy recently caused by the death of Judge Taggart. He was a judge of the Superior Court and a candidat...

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