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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 October 1910

.urday, October 15th, 1910. BILLS ALLOWED. The following bills were allowed by the Board of Supervisors ,of Imperial County at Hb sesHlon October 5, 1910: >,W.;B. Scull, work, $30.00. Road District No. 5, Fund. / Frank N. Moore, work, $9.90. Road District No. 5, Fund. Chancy & Slmernl, lumber and nails, $84.92. Road District No. 5, Fund. C. L. Ellis, work, $13.00. Road District No. s,,Fund., Fund. A. G. Harllne, work, $8.00. Road District No. 5, Fund. • National Lumber Co., supplies, $19.47 Road Dlßtrlct No. 5 Fund. Chancy & Slmeral, supplies, $27.74. Road District No. 5, Fund.. Jas Melbourne, work, $122.25. Road District No. 5, Fund. Bfawley Hardware Co., merchandise, $40. Road District No. 4, Fund. F. P. Tranos, work, $60.50. Road District No. 4, Fund. J. 11. Bain, ' work, $38.25. Road District No. 4, Fund. ";.. , E. E. Eberhart, work, $37.50. Road District No. 4, Fund. A. J. Miller, work, $24.00. Road District No. 4, Fund. V. E. Stockwell, work, $59.20. Road District N...

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. — 15 October 1910

8 LIKE PULLING TEETH NeUon Delays Application of Whitewash to Ballinger. j (Collier's.) ,' Tlio standpat members of the Hal- Ilnficr Committee would undoubtedly I rntiicr have most of their teeth pulled, f or nt leftfel fillod, than to make thp . exonerating report which Is expected of tlieni. We are rather expecting to pais ("'I a little news from time to Jlnie, In this form of driblets, and hero }| n trifle which (a strictly confidential: The first plan of the Administration, ar, is well known, when our publica tion of inside documents convinced them that something must be done, was to have Sherman and Cannon ap point a docile committee which would sit for a few days, say there waai nothing in the case against Halllnger, and clear the way for the Secretary to bring a lawsuit against us for enor mous damages. The revolt of the In surgents and the ability of Glavis and Brandela frustrated this plan. Now comes the news part of this editorial. Nelson, panic-stricken at the rapid devel...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 October 1910

OF HORSES I rlti O/\LJb« OF HORSE^N jv iv i r^ iv/i il l t" " * ' ■ ' • — : */«■■■• • -«H „ . mA■ ■■ ■«- An IM L^ IVIUI tci MamMWIM IM llli1"l1iMf H 111 ilMHllTO £k i\l il h\/b I S r S '• ■■^■^ ■■■ ■"■■ . , , . FX | tour IV I \Jf **m Itea Vy^ • '' ' ' plllllll Mamihotli Credit Auction Sale • FRIDAYS AND SATURbAYS fs>\ «t 1O a. m. at the | ■ jodls£Bmm!& ® &t 1O a * tri - at tHe Kester Ranch | ,^^p j Patton Ranch San FertiaHdo Vqlley §coooooooooooocxxxx>o<xxxx)oo§ r ' Son Rertiatido Vallby G^^ at Noon of Each Day I am instructed by the Los Angeles Suburban Home Company, who are the present owners of the famous Lankershini and Van Nuys Ranches, to sell without reserve the following: described property: •^>fey ' •' • ■ ' • ' ■•• ■ . '■ '•''•'•- - • '■ ' " ■■ " ■•■■' -, ■■- • '■. ■ . ■'. " ■ ;■ ' : '•• '' ■ P Six Hundred Head of heavy, \ . Five GRAND STALLIONS. Four Head of SE- q; v traptton FNPTNFq FoSm APK^MTTH^HOPq *elKmade Draft Horses and some of them Registered ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 October 1910

ma; . p. n .^w aaeni n JwiuHLMmjum i,|i.i-A^lil.iliJillMWM>»*uilllW«LgMiaiHjyaj«iiuA>. lllMllimi m liLVwmHH^lWmii 1 !.! 'lUH IB l ilililll» ll | l j I JJIHIIHIiI Milil II I " ■nffiMtfTSmimifflifffffl" amM^^ OF LIVE STOCK AT THE RANCH OF THE TWO MILES EAST OF CALEXICO ' \'* '' ■" '"■-' '*i "'~ '■■ ■ ; J " ■ •''■'' i: /■■ ' • ''■ -- ;';; ' ; > :: - 1 '' '•■■'■■■. "- ." ; ■ i/ ..-. : -i ;£, ■ •'" ■:' :»' •■•' v.: : j.> ;■>•' We will sell on the above date We have the best lot of HORSES and. MULES ever offered for sale in the Southwest. Don't forget '^he. dkte — FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. iMMnui, vauiv PHSsa

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. RECEIVER EXPLAINS WATER SITUATION Willing to Compromise Rate Question With the Water Users (Hearing on Restraining Order Brings •' Out History of Complicated Affairs of Canal Company. Necessity For Extensive Repairs of System Main tained By Engineers.' Hearing of the applications of the mutual water companies for an order restraining the receiver of the Cali fornia Development Co. from raising the rate for water from fifty to eighty cents an acre foot was begun in the. Superior Court of Imperial County, last, Tuesday. Receiver Holabird's .., ■ ■ , counsel was J. W. McKinley, and the .-,■.■••■ ■■•..■ , .■' mutual companies were represented by attorneys Eshleman, Haines, Britt, Shaw and McPherrin. Receiver Holabird had, notified the companies that the higher rate .would be charged in order to raise money required to make such repairs and - improvements, on the canal system as . \ r .-- . • i .. - .... ... . • be necessary to insure delivery of water and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

2 SCHOOL ATHLETICS PLANNED Imperial Valley InterscHaiAtUc Athle> /tic League Meets at El Centro to Discuss Games and Schedules. Fortr-flve representatives of «ho V&rloUl liißh schools of Imperial val ley. !ii<» Heber Cniiepiflte Institute and the Yuma High School, mfll in El Centro last. Saturday aa the Ir^porlAl Vnlli-y Intorseholastlc AthUHe I;*<aru<\ to consider plans for the ensuing school year. The visitors were the guest* «r the Central Union Hißh School, and the student body enter tained thorn at a luncheon In th(* high school auditorium. Officers for the year were elected as follows: President, Chas. .?. Rooth, Heber; Vice-president, Arthur Stein torf. Calexlco; Charlie Gillette, Ilolt ville; Iloyce Aten, El Centro: Secre tary, Ralph Clinton, Urawtey; Treas urer, Carl Hrewer, Imperial. Baseball, basketball, tennis and track work were decided ujrfm as the sports for the boys, and a committee was appointed to decide upon sports for the girls, nasketball has bee...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

Saturday, October 22, 1910. , . • : . : ■ . ' ; ■■■.■;' ■: .; „:' .' ' ... '- ■■. ■:' . L - OF LIVE STOCK AT THE RANCH OF THE " x '^r^'^ T - :^iU^^ &^ : : "--" .: : - : '^' t 'M-' v; '. • : " "' ' i' :: H •■.-.■<.-=■;■■' ; ';' ' ' '■- •■'. ■*/':'■'<■■■ :: ■ ■■'■ : ' / v ; mm ■■••?' lalifornia'lViexico - ■.'-• /A v ■■ ' ;.*■/,. ■.■./■'■ <v ■':'. . ■■:•:. ' ' ' '■' r " .'t'y'^L'- ■ P i •v'- ■.-•■;'-:•■■•■ ',•■ m i "^^_^ ,: ■;;■>; ■'_ I- . .^ . -. \, ... . "' "•' ■ * •>■' •"•'■•'■ ! H "■ JBh Bh- •;B; BH mW IH d&&L ' BmH ' W IBJTm I: ' ; jH i«fjflff "B^i TWO MILES EAST OF eALEXICO ■ ■ •'-.■• '•-' .'-■■' •' .- ---. ' '-:'■ '..• ■'.. '■:■ '" '•'■■.■■;.. t ■'" ' • '■■ /- -" -. ' '• ■ " ■ - ' ■ ':. ' ''■ ■■ ' -.:-' '.; / : "^v '■S\oh:i' h ': : !.^t^'-:.y^ H^l- r ;.' ; ;' & "■''/ T '*'r v: 'S ■ ; '3'-f- '■.■Hi 1 ' V We will sell on the above date Horses, Mules and a fine lot of Dairy CowS We have the best lot of HORSES and MULES ever offered for sale in the Sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

4 I Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. i'LinUSUED EVERY SATURDAY. I Editor • Allen Kelly Business Manager • v . . . . ....Lewis Havermale „. \ fnnt \. a ri'n Six Months ' ......; (>u Thrpe Months 25 Single Copies .05 WATCH THE SUKSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the net of Congress of March 3, 1879. REASONS FOR RETIRING SMITH. f>. ■ ■ Congressman S. C. Smith, residing in Kern county and rep v resenting the Eighth District, which includes Imperial county, : who is seeking re-election, has been making a campaign tour of the valley and telling the people why they should vote for him again. Mr. Smith is a stand-patter and a supporter of Cannon and all that Cannon stands for. He tries to justify his attitude on the ground of expediency and "practical v politics," explaining that he could get anything for his district only by standing in with the dominant faction and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

'Saturday, October 22, 1910. WEATHER. Date . Max. Ternr . Mln.Tem. Oct. 15. 72 62 Oct. 16 80 GO Oct. 17 89 G4 Oct. 18 94 68 Oct. 19..... 90 60 Oct. 20 ' 91 r.4 Oct. 21. 90 GO Rain on Oct. 14, 0.12 inch; total since Jan. 1, 1910, 0.25 inch. WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean, daily gage heights and dis charge 'of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, October 15th, 1910. . Date Gage Heights Discharges Oct. 9........ 15.55 6,500 , Oct. 10... 15.45 5,400 I i Oct. 11........ 15.35 5,000 Oct. 12..... ...15.25 4,500 Oct; 13 15.20 4,300 Oct. 15... 15.30 ; 4.700 Oct. 15 ...15.50 5,600 LOCAL MENTION. Charles. L. Hall has returned'from aYhree-month's sojourn at Fresno. , iMjSVB. L. E. Srack has returned to Centro after an extended visit In | Nebraska. . : J. A. Donavan, a banker and stock .man of Yuma, has been an^El Centro visitor this week. ;• Mrs. •H. Stewart has ' returned to El Centro after a visit of several months in Kentucky. G. 8., Reedy and family have re turned fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

6 |i I m i ipiiiiii and'^saturplys ; -:, illill "■kjtiv ■ ' ■■ ' ' "~ " ■"'■' "•■ "' ■■■■" '"^^ ' '■ ■- '■ . " '' ' ; '"' '; - "■L" 1 i- : ' '"'"■ ■■'' '" ■ \ ■ l •■'■•'■ v: ' ''- : ' ■-■■'"'■^'■' •■"'■ fk J^ ..^^ J : ■» gcxx»ooooooooooooooooooooocg rW T j ester Ranch imp* Patton Ranch San Pertia«ido Valley loooboocxxwooc^^ Soti lPbrtiattdo Valley Grand Barbecue and Free Lunch at N^ 1 am instructed by the Los Angeles Suburban Home Company, who are the presentf owners of the famous Lankershim and Van Nuys Ranches^ to seH with reserv^ the following described property: 7 ' Six Hundred Head of heavy, Five GRAND STALLIONS. Four Hundred Head of SE- Qiv TRArTTON FNrTNFq Fnnr n T ArTf<SMTTTT qwhpq well-made Draft Horses and some of them Registered Perch- LECTED BROOD MAR E S , .;. Six TRACTION ENGINES, Four BLACKSMITH SHOPS Mules, from 3 years old up; erons, all great foal-getters. weighing from 1200 to 1800 lbs." in pertect repair. complete. . 'V: || among which are a number of Two Hund...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

Saturday ,1, October \ 22,f;.1910. COUNTRY NOTES WATER DISTRICT NO. VTWELVE. • ' Lawrence Jensen Is building a com modious ranch house on his 'land., -,;■*'# * ■ ; ■ ;./ ' '•■■': Allan |R. Owens has sold his ranch to 15 Wallace, Taylor,') and Mr. Taylor. Is erecting' a: house on the property.. \{ Eleven bales >of cotton has been picked from sixteen/ acres on the first picking, at .the Lee Jernlgan, ranch. —Samuel, Vail ha 3 returned from Min nesota.; bringing , his •> bride with \ him. They/ have" taken up .their residence on a'No. 12 desert claim. . L. 11. Boone , and family have re turned; from their sojourn In San Ber nardluo and are engaged in improving thelf ranch property in ; this distrct. YUMA RESERVAtION. J^W. .Todd , has been buying 'stock extensively for : his ranch.' •' |||i|lj| V V'- v \'A .;"■*# -V* '.*■■■■'•/ ■ „: J. I. Yark. is. completing a commo dious'residence'near Bard. ', Misses Natta Fisher and LHlie Phil lip's are teaching the Bard school. .■'■ •■ */;•';...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

8 ' OREAT DEMOCRATIC RA I I \A £\ &— . §— M HON. FRANK E. HERINO OF INDIANA HON. W. <X IRVING DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS WILL ADDRESS THE CITIZENS OF IMPERIAL VALLEY ON THE POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY ON TUESDAY, OCT. 25 HOLT OPERA HOUSE El Centro As these are the most eloquent orators that the citizens will have an opportunity to hear this year, (unless Bell and Spellacy come), every person should turn out to. hear the political issues discussed. The Democratic County Candidates will also appear and make their initial bow. NEAR-BY PASTORS LOCATED. The Arizona Methodist annual con- ference has returned Rev. G. Coulter to the Methodist church at Yuma for ■the "ensuing year. Rev. J. M. Ochel tree, formerly at Yuma, has been sta tioned at Williams. CENTRAL SCHOOL ELECTION. V; Central School district, located east of El Centro, will hold a special ele ction on October 29 to vote on a pro position to issue $5000 bonds for the purchase of a school site and erection ; and of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

Saturday, October 22, 1910. NOTICE OF SALE OP SCHOOL BONDS OF ALAMITOS BCHOOL DISTRICT. *J Notice In hereby Riven that thfl Tnm«- i« urer of Imperial, County, California, will L^^prelvft sealed bids until 2 o'clock p. m. on" th« Bth day of November, 1810, at lilh ■ office ■In the Court f loune of Imperial County, California, lit Ml Centro, Callfor- nlA for the purchase of the following • Inscribed school bonds of the Alninll.on School District, duly nnd regularly Ih- . sued by the lionril of Supervisors omthe Bth day of October. 1910. Uond No. 1. For'Flvo Hundred Dollars, * to run five yearn, due and payable on the Bth day of October, 1915, with nix . per . cent, interent from date of issue, payabto neml-anminlly. , Said bonds shall be sold to the highest , bidder or bidders 'therefor for not IeBS than -par, All bids shall be for the pur- 1 ). chasn of said bonds as goon as they shall be ready for delivery. Kach bid shall be < accompanied by a check, certified by a 'responsible b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 October 1910

10 RIFLE Five one-ton shots ! As quick as you can pull the B trigger and as straight to the mark as you can look. 3j Meeting a " big 'un " with this gun is like shooting a hole in a barn |9 from the inside — and if the first ball shouldn't stop him, he can't gain I Remington Autoloading Rifle — solid breech, hammerless — ejects, H reloads and cocks by recoil without the loss of an ounce of muzzle ] energy. The only automatic rifle which locks the cartridges in the H chamber. Safest and best of big guns. B Made in .25, 30-30, .32 and .35 Remingtoa calibre*. " The Gun (or tha game ■ THE REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, Ageacy: 299 Bracdway, N«w York City PATENTS TO VALLEY LANDS. The; United States Land Office has issued patents .to Imperial Valley 'tends as. follows: To, James A. Chamberlain Assignee ■tf Matt F. Worley, tract 116-15-15 £8% of SE 15-15-15). (SW of SW 14). To Judah L. Mack, Assignee of Mar jpiret L. Worley, tract 70-15-16 (W% aNB 14-15-15). i To James R. Stevenson, tract 70- Bt-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. NO RAISE OF RATES TO USERS OF WATER Receiver and Mutual Compa nies Come to an Amicable Agreement out of Court / Water Companies to Pay Rate of Fifty Cents in Advance and Supply Re ceiver With Suction Dredge With Which to Keep Alamo Channel Open. t Hearing on the question of increase •"-of water rates was suspended in the , Superior Court laßt week to give the water companies and the receiver of the CD. Co. an opportunity to come to an agreement on a proposal ad vanced by some of the attorneys and made known to the receiver during a recess of, the court. The water companies manifested a willingness to supply the receiver .with funds under conditions that would not affect contract relations or prejudice the legal rights -of either party, and the .receiver thought he could pull through witnout raising the rate if the com panies would help him In other ways. The following letter, addressed to the mutual companies, explains the sit uation : October 24, 1910...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

2 ■ Airdome I Theatre LJ APPLESTILL A. HASTINGS, ¥M Proprietors. |?| C. M. APPLESTILL. Mgr. |t| MOTION PICTURES AND .g] ILLUSTRATED SONGS. [ SSJ3B % W Open Every Night 7 to 10 p.m. . HB Admission locts. INFORMATION FOR VOTERS How to Vote For Justices of the Dis trict Court of Appeals Not On Party Tickets. As some confusion exi&ts concerning the vacancy on the District Court of .Appeai for the Second Appelate Dis trict, caused by the recent death of Judge James W. Taggart, and which must be filled at the ensuing general election, the following explanation of the situation will be of benefit to voters and will aid them to intelli gently cast their votes for this impor tant, jud.csTal office: ' ■ First — The name of Judge W. P. James and of all candidates running for this unexpired term will appear on the ballot in the "Independent" column only, and not in any regular party column. . Second— A vote in the circle at the top of any regular party column will not be a vote for any cand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

Saturday, . October 29, l*tO. PATCHING ORGANIC LAW lonttltutlonal Amendment* and Bond Acts Referred to the People. Seven constitutional amendments and four amendments and additions to the political code are submitted to the voters of California for approval or rejection tft the general election on November 8, and it Is safe to say that a large proportion of the voters do not know whether or not the meas ures submitted to them are necessary and advisable or not. '•■ ,'i ;.-; Constitutional amendment No. 1 provides for the separation of state from local taxation, which may be, and probably Is, a wise policy. ' It was rejected at the last election be cause it was defective in many re spects, and the last legislature tried to tinker it into acceptable shape.- In Its first form it would have worked hardship on some counties, Imperial for one, by depriving them of revenue from taxation of railroads for school purposes. As revised, it provides that Buch counties Bhall be reimbursed by the ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press ' Official Newspaper of Imperial County. P~~~PU«USHKD EVERY SATURDAY. '. Allen Kelly Manager '. Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION one Year , t .SI.OO Six Months ■ .* "Tf>b Three Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER j Entered as second>class matter March 3 1906, at the postoffice nt El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. STATE AND COUNTY POLITICS. , Imperial County is not much excited over the political con flict that has been raging in the state and is to be brought to a conclusion on Nov. 8. Only faint echoes of the shouting and the thunder of the candidates have been heard down here, and the newspapers of the valley Have not been getting red in the face in advocacy \of the claims of parties and "favorite sons" seeking public jobs. Probably that is because the "issues" and the quali fications of candidates were canvassed so thoroughly before the primary election that there is not much more to be sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

Saturday, October 29, iOIO. :1. TOC^SOFALL KINPSL NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO. YOU MUST HAVE 1 TOOLS TO CARRY ON YOUR WORK. J WE HAVE TOOLS OF ALL KINDS; FOR FARMERS, . M CARPENTERS. BLACKSMITHS. GARDENERS FOR ,\ EVERYBODY. * '.:', OUR LINE OF HARDWARE IS ALWAYS UP TO DATE, OUR STUFF WILL WEAR. CO M ' E F ■£%£?££. BELIEVE OUR PRICES ARE LOW. Just received, a full line of "Winchester" loaded shells. VALLEY HARDWARE COMPANY ' ■■ ' J. M. JULIAN,' Manager. WEATHER. Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Oct. 22 '. 90 51 Oct. 23 93 52 • Oct. 24 -.93 - 52 Oct. 25... 90 ' 61 Oct. 26.. „.86 f 58 - Oct. 27.... 92 60 Oct. 28 91 61 Rain October 28 \f1.02. Total rainfall since Jan. 1, 1910 at El Centro 0.31 in. WATER IN THE RIVER. /Mean daily gage heights and dis charges .of the i Colorado „. river at Yuma,..Arizona, .for ..the .week: ending Saturday, -October 22, 19ior- -•. v.Date Gage Heights << Discharges 0ct.'16 ;..'..:. .15.50 ' -5,600' Qct. 1 7 : . . . . /; •. 15.30 ■■■ • ' t ' •4,900 *'' '• OCt 18.....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

6 COUNTY NOTES WESTMORLAND John Pfaflle, of Redfleld, has been Tislting with Christ Dutler for sev eral days and may locate here. ' * Westmorland Is receiving numerous visits from people who have come from outside points to inspect valley i property. .Mrs. G. T. Wellcome has as her guest for the winter her daughter, Mrs. Catherine, Garwood, of South Dend, Indiana. SILSBEE. John Hogan, of Calexico,- has pur chased a tract of land near Sllsbee. and will reside on it. The picnic at the Eddy ranch, near Silsbee, was attended, last Sunday by I about forty people. A pleasant day was spent in the shade of the wonder ful growths of eucalyptus trees and In a general inspection of this ranch, 'which is one of the show places of Imperial Valley. ALAMORIO. j, An addition is being built to the store of V. E. Stockwell and the stock is, to be increased by the addition or [two new departments. George A. Gaylor, jnanager.of the Alamorio store, has been taking a vacation at Los Angeles and will re t...

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