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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 October 1910

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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. — 29 October 1910

8 ETHICS OF INSURGENCY Honest "Big Business" Has Nothing to Fear From Political Regeneration. Th<» following editorial on "Inaur trents" np|»eared on Tuesday, Soptom bor 20, in the daily "Wall Slreot .lour nal," which la without a rival as the U>adiug financial paper in Americi. It represents, says Collier's, not the views of the predatory bujccanects .on thp'ontfcUirts of wcnlth, Intent on cor rupt prlviloßoa, but the sound con victloussof-conHervative "bankers — the very, heart of that part 6? business which Is not only the most powerful but Is at the same time honest and enlightened. "A few years hence and we shall find ourselves wondering why the at titude of .the 'progressive section of the Republican Party excited such intense bitterness. There is nothing immoral In insurgency such as that of a Dol llver or a Fowler, although to judge by the New York 'Sun^ and other wor shipers of the vested Interests, some wrong has been inflicted when one section of a party grows stron...

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. — 5 November 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. PROBING THE WATER PROBLEM CONDITION OF CANAL COMPANY AND RELATION OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC TO SYSTEM DISCLOSED IN HEARING ON RATES Expert Engineers Reduce Re:eiver's Estimate of Emergency Work Required and Gontend That Revenues at the Old Rate Will Be Sufficient — Assert That Sharp's Heading Is Safe and No Great Damage Would Result From Its I Destruction. \ The Southern Pacific's claim against the California Development Co. for money loaned is $2,402,214, which does not include the cost of the last closure of the Colorado, for which the South ern Pacific has a claim of $1,000,000 against the United States. The South ern Pacific has a judgment against tho C. D. Co. for $1,460,000 and a judgment against the Mexican company. The Southern Pacific also holds as security for its claims virtually all of the cap ital stock of the C. D. Co. and the Mexican company and a large block of bonds. Having control of both companies through directors named by itself, the Sou...

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. — 5 November 1910

2 PROMOTION FOR C. M. KNOX Well-Known Friend of Imperial Val ley Is Advanced to Position of District Freight Agent. Clarence M. Knox for two years past, commercial agenl for this district of the Souilifin Pacific, Inn been pro* nintcrt to the position of district freight agent of the Sun.-.'! !!'mt.\ which Includes the Southern Pacific lines east of HI Paso and the dteathef service from Galveston to Ni>\\ Or- Ipiins. Mr. Knox's location will bt> in I.os Angeles, and he will be in charge of the territory from Santa Barbara to Benson, Arizona. He will have offices in the Hoiel Haj ward building, at j Sixth and Spring streets. His suc cessor ns district commercial agent has not yet been named. ' For seventeen years Mr. Knox has | been connected with the Southern i Pacific, having worked his way up from the bottom. He served as sta tion agent at various jwiuts in South ern California before becoming com mercial agent. WHAT JOHNSON REPRESENTS some of the supporters of Mr. Bell are ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 November 1910

Saturday, November sth, 1910. ROOSEVELT AIDS JOHNSON srnys His Election Means Effective ,Blow at Crooked Combination. The following letter has been re ceived by .Judge Curtis Lindley from Theodore Roosevelt, relative to the present campaign in California: NEW YORK, OCT. 20, 1910. My Dear Judge Llndley: — Thank you for your letter. The ro- BUlt of the election in California in of National concerrn. The election of Mr. Johnson is doubly important, not only because of what he ia, but be cause of that for which he stands. His nomination represented a signal triumph for popular rights, and more over it represented a signal recogni tion of popular duties. His victory means the most effective possible blow against the domination of the special interests in politics, and his defeat would be hallded with joy by every man who believes in perpetu ating in this country the rule of that combination of crooked politics and of crooked finance wljich is above all else dangerous to the future of thi...

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. — 5 November 1910

4 Imperial Valley Piress Official Newspaper of Imperial County. PUBLISHED EVER? SATUIIDAY. Editor Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION' One Year ' $1.00 Six Months '50 Three Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofllce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. IN PROCESS OF SOLUTION. When the terms of the water problem confronting the set tlers of Imperial Valley are known and clearly understood by the water-users, the problem will be solved. It is puzzling and com plicated now because all the factors are not clearly discernible, and it may take some time to get the fog swept away, but the right way out will be found, and eventually the water-users will own and control the system and there will be an adequate supply . of water for all seasons. One reason why the farmers generally do not know what is the best course to pursue is that those to whom th...

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. — 5 November 1910

Saturday, November Gth, 1910. At my Ranch, 4 miles Southwest of El Centro, at 10 a. m. STOCK' TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS 20 head brood sows, with pigs. One eight-foot Johnson header, 1 } hor , ou / hbrcd Berkshire boar. |th two n9 and bcdg< 11 head Angora goats. - , 11 head dairy cows, all 'milking. One mower and rake. 1 Holstein bull. . One spring wagon, lx-heifers, about 18 months old. ~ . , , 2 horses, 2 mules, 4 mares (2 with colts.) One buggy and harness - 30 tons baled alfalfa hay. ( One riding plow. 2252 25 turkey 6 " 8 ' Plows ' cultivators ' harrows, etc. ______ 7 thoroughbred Collie pups. Small tools to numerous to mention __ HP Everything less than $50, cash. Everything above $50, one-half cash, balance JL 6l UlSo six months on approved notes. Five per cent discount for cash. FREE LUNCH AT NOON I have rented my ranch and am selling everything R. R. brigqs, Auctioneer A. R. ABBOTT, Owner % 1 WEATHER. The highest temperature in October was 109 degrees, the mean maximum 92 degr...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 November 1910

6 COUNTY NOTES ALAMORIO An nuiomoblle has arrived at Ala* morio for tho use of V. B. Stock well. A bungalow is being built for E, V. Hutchlngs on his Alamorio property. Rev. J. I». Diniinitt and family have moved from lais Angeles to tho Meth odist parsonage. Mr. Dimniitt will be pastor of the Magnolia Methodist Church for the ensuing year. V, K. Stockwell has donated to the Church of the Nazarene a lot for a church edifice and has given $100 in cash to the building fund. Until the building Is erected services of this denomination will be held In the Stockwell residence. WATER DISTRICT NO. SIX. H. N. Bolderfield has as his guest his sister from San Francisco. Mrs. Leslie Bennett lias come from Santa Paula to join her husband on his ranch in Water District No. 6. Mrs. M. J. Edwards has moved onto -her own ranch and will have a large amount of development work carried on during the ensuing winter. Visitors in this district last week were Messrs. Bancroft. Sanders, luting and Jewell, a...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 November 1910

Saturday, November 6th, 1910. * '.■■■.. ■*■ jEjw Em KS fff 1% KM |^ Jy JBy * W| tjm VH ■■ WM I™ 1 JDk I LJ C^ i\ J J OF HORSES 1 OIL OF HORSES Mammoth Credit Auction Sale FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS Nov. 4 and 5 p-rn Nov. 11 and 12 at 1O a. m. at the § /er4ssBsm!mk § &t a * trim at t * ie Kester Ranch I Patton Ranch San Fertiatido Valley 8oooooooooooc»oooooooooooooo San Fernando Valley Grand Barbecue and Free Lunch at Noon of Each Day I am instructed by the Los Angeles Suburban Home Company, who are the present owners of the famous Lankershim and Van Nuys Ranches, to sell without reserve the following described property: Six Hundred HeaB of heavy, Five GRAND STALLIONS, Four Hundred Head of SE- <„ TRAfTifiN FMfTOirc! twrt AfK-tsMTTH <!Hnp<! well-made Draft Horses and some of them Registered Perch- LECTED BROOD MAR E S , inerfect^aii com^°t c Mules, from 3 years old up; erons, all great foal-getters. weighing from 1200 to 1800 lbs. among which are a number of Two Hundred Head o...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 November 1910

8 BUILDERS ARE BUSY Recent Vacant Block M El Centro Now Being Covered With Some of the Finest Buildings •" lmn-ri.il Valley. A short timr ngo tho ontirp block of Kits on Ibe south sido of S\i\ic street between Fifth nnd Sixlli streets lay vacant. Today this blork is the scene of the busiest building opor ftlions In Imperial valley, and within A short time three of the best struc tures iti the valley will lie com plot ed there. At the corner of Fifth and Slate streets the State Street Christian Church rdlttce has reached a point In Its election where it can be used to morrow for public services. Remark ably rapid work has been done on this structure by n larjv force of carpen ters under the supervision of Contrac tor \V. I. Stone. The walla are en closed and the larger part of tho roof ing is on. Adjoining this property on the west work is in progress on the $8000 apart meats being erected by C. E. Sprouse. Within another week this structure will make a notable show ing. To the west ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 November 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. BACK TO OLD CHANNEL GOES RUNAWAY RIVER President Taft Directs Engin eers tO'Controi the ■ ,'.■': ' ■ ■ '■ The Southern Pacific Agrees to Aid ' The Government, Even Though The *")' i Old Bill For Closing Break Has Not Jt£«en.. Paid. Washington Shows In "^tereftt In Imperial Valley.! Coincident with' adjustment of the local difficulty ttiatj, threatened to • cause another water shortage, comes - news'] from - Washington that President. 'Taft has given directions to proceed ■ with protective work on the river 'substantially as suggested to him last summer by Receiver ; Holabird and -Allen Kelly. Engineer ' Ockerson i be :;gan'.his' investigations and surveys last July, immediately following the • conference' at. Beverly between the President and the valley "representa , tives, '■■ and Returned to' Washington last month with his report and fecom •mendations. • ', ; f'. Mr. Ockerson , and Asst.-Attorney ' General ■ Oscar Lawler made ' personal investigation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 November 1910

2 NORTH END DEVELOPMENT Fully Six Thousand Acres Will Be Ready for Planting to Winter Crops— New Settlers. One of the notable changea taking place lii Imperial Valley la the rocla nintion of land in the North Knd Water Distr'ct, territory lying along the Alamo and Now Rivers, about midway between Uravvley and Inir<erial Junc tion. Fully six thousand acres of land will be put Into winter crops this season. Barley will be the main crop. During the past season settlers have brought considerable land under cul tivation in this district, aa^ .-. fino crop oF barley and several fields of excellent corn wero raised. Hog raising has been established on several ranches, ljarge numbers of trees have been planted. , The district now has fourteen fami lies., and several newcomers have arrived during the past week to make their homes there and take leases on land. The matter of establishing a public school is being discussed. At present the children of these families attend school at Rockwood...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 November 1910

Saturday, Norftrpbep 12, 1010 <Tliat Cold Room >«Si2S^ on the side of the house where fiffiffiffijaaßjr winter blasts strike hardest always /^fe^&^MN as a ' owcr tem Perature than tnc (M^^^^^J (rest( rest of the house. There are times I*£ Ji^'Elr ■ wnc " ' s necessary to> raise the temperature quickly or to keep the ' 9p*J™sJ|g temperature up for *a long period. iUfffiK^ lat cant c one y c rc B u ' ar SBSSSm method of heating without great J3iSfi§ES§|jv trouble and overheating the rest of tne house. The only reliable rTjr'rfitf/il^rSSn met hod of heating such a room -S^^ffljßffia^ alone by other means is to use a O Absolutely smokeless and odorless i which can be kept at full or low^heat for a short 'or longtime. Four quarts off oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours, without smoke or smell.- / An indicator always shows the amount of oil in jhe font. Filler-cap does not screw .on; but is put in like a cork in a bottle, and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost...

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. — 12 November 1910

4 ImpeoaH Vatll©y Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. PUULISHED BVEUY SATURDAY. editor ' » f Allen tfelly Business Manager » . . . . L»wlt Havermale . . i . . ■ . .' i . * SUBSCRIPTION <> ne Year •:•*'!-!■? Six Months 60 Three Months 25 Bingle Copies • OS P WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-rlasa matter March 3 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. OBSTACLES TO PROGRESS REMOVED. Imperial Valley's most pressing and immediate problems relating to water supply have been solved. The President has directed that the Colorado river be returned to its old channel in Mexico and controlled by levees, and the accomplishment of that work will stop recession of the bed and restore the normal grade, obviating the necessity for replacing the weir dam at the intake to raise the bed after the next flood. The mutual water companies have agreed to provide a hydraulic dredge for use in the canal below the g...

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. — 12 November 1910

Saturday, November 12, 1010. . WEATHER. Date Max. Tern. I Mln. Tern. Nov. 5 83 '54 Nov. 6.. 85 52 Nov. 7... .......88 52 " Nov. 8 86 54 ( Nov. 9 84 48 Nov. 10 l 8/ 60 Nov. 11.... 80 . 49 WATER IN THE RIVER. Plean daily gage heights and dls rges of the Colorado , river at iuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, November 6th, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Oct.; 30 16.20 9,200 Oct. 31 16.2Q 9,000 Nov. 1 16.20 , ' 8,700 Nov. 2 16.20 8,300 Nov. 3 16.30 \8,r)00 p Nov. 4 16.20 .7,900 Nov. 5.. 16.35 B.BQO LOCAL MENTION. Miss Hazel Crabb has returned from Los Angeles and will spend the winter in El Centro; County Treasurer Pauklloman has had as his guest this week his brother. vW. S. Bomah, of Santa Barbara. { S. J. East, formerly manager of the alfalfa meal mill at El Centro, is now in his fornter home Trinidad, ""'Colorado.' )> R. E. Jauman, former City Treas urer of El Centro, came down from Los Angeles to vote and pilot a party of land seekers about Imperial Valley F. L. Han...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 November 1910

6 THE FARMERS FRIENDS Birds Are Unpaid Day Laborers In The Fields, Doing Most Useful Work. Labor saving inventions arc the order of the day. «»d farmers spend large sums of money in procuring in struments to help in their work, but many of them Ignore or destroy their most valuable assistants. Those who have made a study of the subject tell us that without the birds no farming could be carried on. Every year''one tenth of all the products of agricul ture is destroyed by insects. It is said that there are over 100,000 kinds of insects in the United States, the majority of which are injurious, and that one insect-oating bird destroyes 2,400 insects in a year. Many believe , that if the birds had been allowed to 'multiply instead of being destroyed, there would now be no necessity to spend thousands of dollars every year for insect poisons. Mr. Frank M. Chapman says that "the economic value of birds to man lies in the service they render in pre venting the undue increase of Insects, in...

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. — 12 November 1910

Saturday, Norember 12, 1910./ Out of The Darkness C. B. Lewis (Copyright, Tim Frank A. Munsey Co.) Chandnjtyder, body servant to Ma jor Flint, of the .Seventeenth Native • Infantry, sat on a great block of stone among the ruins of an old temple be yond the military cantonment at Ilai asore, In the province of Bengal. His face waa swollen, his lips cut and there were twira In his eyes as he waited for Dost Abkar, . . he felt a presence on the stone beside Mm, nnd he turned to find tho old man at his elbow. „ "My son, why dost thou weep?" ask ed the newcomer. .. - For answer, Chanda Ryder pointed to his.,, swollen face. "SHe months ago," said tne old man In a whisper, "thou didst tell me that »th»- sahib major, on whom you wait, beat and abused thee. He called thee ia dog and the son of a dog. He spat upon thy faith and mocked at thy prayers. Didst thou not tell me that, and were there not tears In thine eyes and blood upon thy lips as now?" "Yes, I told thee that, Dosf Abkar," "repli...

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. — 12 November 1910

8 SUPERVISORS STICK TO ESPEE CONTRACT And iGravely Exonerate Them selves from Charge of Being Easy Marks County Pair Gets a Part of the Board's Advertising Fund. Vacancy on County Board of Education Filled By Electio of W. T. Talbert, of Imperial. I The Doard of Supervisors of Inipe- ' rial County met at the Court House In El Centro at 10:. 10 o'clock a. m. on November 7, being called to order by Chairman McHarg. Supervisors present: McHarg, Clark, Webster. Ferguson. Supervisor absent: Wade. Dr. C. W. Hibbard at this time''ap peared before the Board in the mat- j ter of the contract with the Sunset Magazine for advertising Imperial County, and offered to make a sworn statement relative to obtaining the . contract. Leta Bryan, court setno fgrapher, was called, and sworn to take a report of said statement. Dr. Hib bard was sworn and made the state ment. ! \ William. Woodcock, also represent ing the Sunset Magazine, appeared j before the Board and offered to cancel the advertising cont...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. INSPECTION OF CANAL SYSTEM BY RECEIVER AND ENGINEERS ALAMO CHANNEL CARRYING NEARLY MAXIMUM CAPACITY AND INO GREAT INCREASE OF DELIVERY DEEMED PRACTICABLE Levees Must Be Built to Prevent Overflow to South, Proposed X Delivery of Flood Waters to Delta Lands as Compensa- I>, tion for Right of Way Given to Government for \ Colorado River Levee. Unauthorized Cutting of Canal Banks by Mexican Squatters' Disturbs, the Receiver , ( An inspection of the Alamo channel from the Hanlon heading to Sharp's was made this week by Receiver Holabird, who is making a thorough examination of the whole irrigation system of the valley. Col. Holabird was , accompanied on the trip down the Alamo by Engineer Clarke, Fore man Wni. Best and Allen Kelly of the Press. The party went to the heading by rail on> Monday morning and, pro ceeded down the Alamo in a row boat, carrying such camp outfit, as was re quired. The Alamo wa"s carrying about 1,400 second feet of water, and ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

2 S. P. LAND GRANT Railroad Company Restricted to Hold- Ings as Claimed in 1904. Land Near Brawley Affected. The full (pkl of the recent decision of the Secretary of thp Interior re garding the status of the Southern Pacific Company's lands north of anil near the Third Slandanl Parallel in the Imperial Valley, has boon received by. the officers of the Los Angeles Land Office, says the Hrawley News. Part of this land lios in township 13-13 and claims for additional land made by the railroad, have created a feeling of uneasiness on the part of settlors whose homos wore thus sum marily threatened. On what is known aa the branch line grant, in 1904, the Southern Pa cific Company filed a claim for every odd section within a 20 mile limit, so called, of its tract. This land grant has been more or less correctly shown on various maps of the Imperial Val ley and certain sections, according to • the Imperial l^and Co. survey have been universally recognized aa rail road land in much the same...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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