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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

Saturday, November 19th, 1909. Famous ffl&yb ~\ Does Not Strain the Eyes Don't use a small, concentrated light J \ over one shoulder. It puts an unequal \ } strain on your eyes. Use a diffused, soft, / >v mellow light that cannot flicker, that equal- / \ Izes the work of the eyes, such as the Kayo / A Lamp gives, and avoid eye strain. j \ The Rayo is designed to give the V V MrT^ best light, and it does. \\H§f /7 It has a strong, durable shade-holder \\mMhp that Is held firm and true. A new burner .4SJ=siß»s^ gives added strength. Made of solid flßfciiififiiflHk brass and finisn ed In nickel. Easy to rag2pftfc|ijH|tf keep polished. The Rayo is low priced, x^K|g|pgP' but no other lamp gives a better light at J§hL Onco a Rayo User, Always One. | .iwS^lfak Dealers Everywhere. If not at yours, write for descriptive ■^tmm^ , jbP"^!^ circular to the nearest agency of the • @jb££J& Standard Oil Company n * jJJU' (Incorporated) ' J^ COUNTY NOTES ALAMORIO. Mrs. B. C. Stockwell has...

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. — 19 November 1910

4 Impeirial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Editor • • • Allen Kelly Business Manager - Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year IJLOO Six Months ( . 50 Three Months • «25 Single Copies 03 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER . ■ Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofilce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. RAILROAD'S RESPONSIBILITY. There is justification for the discontent of the people of Imperial Valley with the Southern Pacific's method of dealing with the water question and the affairs of the California Devel opment Company, and there is no justification for complaint that the people will not do anything to help themselves but expect the Southern Pacific to take care of them. Disclosures in the recent rate hearing made it plain that the Southern Pacific has taken care of its own interests pretty tho roughly. By assignment, attachment, mortgage and judgment, the Southern Pacifi...

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. — 19 November 1910

Saturday. November 19th, 1910. WEATHER. Date ' Max. Tern. Min.Tem. Nov. 12... ....... 77 67. Nov. 13. ,. — .'...70 56 Nov. 14 72 62 Nov. 16 74 62 Nov. 10 .70 48 Nov. 17 79 60 Nov. 18 ...78 46 Rain Nov. 13, 0.11 inch. Total rain since January Ist 1910,* 0.96. WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for -the week ending Saturday, November 12th, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Nov. 0...'.. x .. 16.20 7,900 Nov. 7 16.20 7,900 Nov. 8 16.20 8,000 Nov. 9 16.20 7,600 f Nov. 10 16.20 7,200 Nov. 11 16.20 7,300 Nov. 12..... 7.. 16.20 7,500 LOCAL MENTION. Orrin Higgins, of Redlands, has been visiting El Centro this week. W. E. Purney has come* from Red lands to spend the winter in El Centro. A. 13. Taylor and Frank Hulett, of Pasadena, were El Centro visitors the first of this week. '. Mrs. J. G. Scott has returned to El Centro after a sojourn of several i months in Los Angeles. " T. Clinton Veale.Past Head Advisor for the Woodmen o...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

6 BILLS ALLOWED The following is a partial list of the bills allowed at the meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Imperial County, California, on November 7, 1,. O. Forrelf, work, $130.00. Road District No. 1. Fund. Gnbriol de Necoohe.l. work, $127.00. Road District No. 1. Fund. Jas. Melbourne, work. $100.00. Road District No. 1, Fund. Valley Lumber Co., lumber, $30.00. Road District No. 1 Fund. Howard & Dye. work, $117.00. Road District No. 1 Fund. Joseph Johns, work. $45.50. Road District No. 1 Fund. Gabriel Necochea, work, $286.00. Road District No. 1 Fund. E. B. Lister, work, $126.00. Road District No. 1 Fund. E. B. Lister, work, $108.00. Road District No. 1 Fund. Sidney McHarg, viewing roads, $3.50. Road District No. 1 Fund. Sidney McHarg, overseeing roads. $14.50. Road District No. 1 Fund. J. M. Kane, work, $56.25. Road District Xo. 1 Fund. Varney Bros., cash and merchandise, $76.75. Road District No. 1 Fund. Valley Lumber Co., lumber and nails, $37.88. Road District No. ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

Saturday, November 19th, 1910. , The Only Specimen Howard P. Rockey (Copyright, The Frank A. Munsey Co.) "I picked up a treasure In Vechio's ' shop today," said Dr. Martin, as we Bat over our cigars. "I don't know whether you men care anything about old coins or not, but this one Is Inter esting merely because of Its age." He drew from his waistcoat, pocket a little packet of tlsue-paper and un wrapped a small disk of tarnished sil ver. "It's one of the earliest French coins known," lie said, passing it to Har lard, who sat on his left. "It was issued during the reign of Charle magne — about 780, I think — and I be-? Heve it to be a unique specimen.! There isn't another In any public col lection, and I'm congratulating myself on finding a coin that is worth a small fotune." \ | Harland examined it curiously and passed it to me. | "What do you suppose it's worth?" I asked. i "I don't know," said Dr. Martin. k'Several hundred dollars, anyway. Of ■course, there are many older coins, &g...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 19 November 1910

8 VOTE OF THE COUNTY DECLARED BY BOARD Brawley Tally Sheet Rejected as Falsified Return and Beal Declared Elected New County Live Stock Inspector Elected By. Supervisors. Matter of Public Printing Postponed and Rates To Be Fixed By The Board. The Board of Supervisors of Im- J perial County met at the Court House In El Centro, California, at 10 o'clock la. m. on November 14, t9lO. Super visors present: Clark, Webster, Fer guson. Supervisors absent: Wade, McHarg. The minutes of the meeting of No vember 9 were read and approved. j Upon recommendation of the Sheriff it was ordered that Gerouimo Orel- j lano be given the benefit of usual time off from his jail sentence becnuse of good behavior, and that he be dis charged. This being the time fixed by law | for canvassing of the returns of the election held on November 8. 1910, ! i and it appearing to the Board that all the returns of said election were at hand, the Board proceeded to open | : and inspect all returns, and it was found tha...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. EXPEDITING PATENTS TO RECLAIMED LANDS Imperial Valley Settlers Now Reading Their Titles Clear General Land Office Stirred Up By Special Agent Satterwhite, Passes to Patent all Delayed Final Proofs And Promises Clear Deck By First of January. •T patents to Imperial Valley land are coming from Washington so fast that it is difficult to keep count of them, and it is promised that all pending final proofs will be acted upon and patents issued for a total of about 800 claims by the first of January. All school sectioii cases but two have been disposed of, and final adjustment of land matters in the valley is in sight. This is the report of results made by Special Agent Satterwhite, who re turned to El Centro this week after a busy summer and fall in the General Land Office at Washington. The claims of all settlers entitled to patent ihave been approved, and Commis sioner Dennett has promised to keep extra clerks on the job until the patents are issued and t...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

SftttirtUr. Nor^mber 26th, I*lo. DESERVED DEFEAT ' Republican Organiiation Was Rotten and Got What Was Coming To It. (Tho Aißonnul.) Tho Republican patty, wo think, had gotten In shape for n knock-out e.ven before the return of tho Hough Rider. Congress had accepted the leadership of moil in whom tho country had lost ; confidence, men who oponlj- repudi ated .any obligation In the matter of positive party pledge*. Kvon tho President, sincere nml worthy man that ho is, had boon brought to tho ruinous course of accept lug and at tempting to Justify a moral defalcation In the matter of tariff legislation. Party courses, too, had fallon into degeneracy In several of the more Im portant States. In New York the party organization under tho "Old Guard" had become the agent of sin- j lster purposes and had shamelessly assumed the role of apologist for offi cial criminality, notably in the Allds case. In Maine the party had played fast and loose with it a plodgos. Among other things it had p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

Saturday, November 26th, 1910. You Can Work Near a Window """^''^^SS * n w ' ntcr w^ cn y° u have a Pcrfcc- W'&Sffi : -%s^|?L tion O»l Heater. It is a portable /^te\^SS§§]\ radiator which can be moved to v M^sraslSU' an y P art a room » or to any room &sfe?Misl in a k° usc * When you have <i r ~~C'^l^S'O Absolutely smokeless and odorless t§MlM¥^Wsj *l you do no } ' iavc t0 wor k c ' osc t0 *h e Jtsmß&nffiMm stove, which is usually far from, the i@V^ «ra£i Pc window. You can work where you yW w ish, and be warm. You can work on I/^^+^eiJz^S'^xiL clul ' winter d ays * n tJi e full light near If f^T >k window, without being chilled to |W The Perfection Oil Heater quickly gives heat, and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. An Indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font. The filler- cap, put in like a cork in a bottle, is attached by a chain. This heater has a cool handle and a damper top. The Perfection Oil Heate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

4 ; Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. rUULISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Editor • Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year f LOO Six Months B0 Three Months 25 Bi>gle Copies -05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofflco at El Contro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. CLOUDS DISPELLED. ' The day of imperfect titles to reclaimed land in Imperial Val ley has passed, and the settlers who have complied with the requirements of the desert land law are receiving their patents. There are about 2,500 or possibly 3,000 claims in the valley, and up to the first of October, 1910, final proof had been made on 692 claims. All of these have been approved for patent and patents are being issued as rapidly as clerks in the Land Office' can prepare the papers. By the first of January next, the num ber of final proof cases probably will have increased to about 800, and it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

Saturday, November 26th, 1910. SELECT YOUR GIFTS EARLY Come In lit once while you have a complete stock from which to select. We have the Finest Selection of Holiday Goods Ever Shown In Imperial Valley. HAMMERED BRASS GOODS— .lardenleres, Flower Baskets, Umbrella Stands, Smokers' Sets, etc. ROYAL DOULTON WARE— Artistic Vases, Plates, Cups, etc., in the richest colorings and designs. TOILET SET8 — An elegant showing and sure to, please you. TABLE SILVER — Standard makes, warranted. New designs. ( WATCHES AND JEWELRY. KYLE MHEY, EL CENTRO WEATHER. Date ' Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Nov. 19 76 46 Nov. 20 .77 42 Nov. 21 78 42 Nov. 22 ..81 42 Nov. 23 80 43 Nov. 24 80 42 Nov. 25.... .78 41 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, November 19th, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Nov. 13 1G.20 7,200 Nov. 14... 16.20 7,000 Nov. 15 16.50 8,400 Nov. 16 16.65 9,500 Nov.. 17 16.45 8,500 Nov. 18 16.40 8,200 Nov.. 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

6 CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY The Blue Ocean's Daughter Copyright, The Frank A. Munsey Company. CHAPTER I. The Letter Of Marque. As Idle as the proverbial painted ship upon the proverbial ocean they lay, which docs not mean that the ship was still, although there was no breeze. The Hiram and Susan, and her pur suer as well, a half a league away, out of gunshot astern and to windward, were rolling back and forth with long, deliberate, sluggish motions, under the influence of that heaving swell which is rarely absent from the ocean, no matter how profound the calm. An observer midway between the two ships would have seen not a sign of life about either of them. Yet if he could have stood on the decks of first one and then the other he would have been amazed at the scene of activity before him. . In the minds of the men of the Hi ram and Susan was all the fear of the pursued, and in the minds of the men of the other ship all the zeal and lust of the pursuer. A stern chase is a long chase, and...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

Saturday, .November 26th, 1910. "Jr We are just as proud of the REMINGTON .22 "* Repeaters as we are of the Remington Big Game high power rifles— for just as good reasons. No other make of the .22 class is built to as high a standard. The feature* that place ihe REMINGTON .22 in a class by itself are the real big REMINGTON feature«-Hammerle«» and Solid Breech. You clean the barrel from the breech — not forcing the dirt back into the working part* a* in other .22*, injuring life-time usefulness and maintaining constant (hooting condition. There is perhaps a greater difference between the REMINGTON and other .22 Re- peater* than i* to be found between rifle* of any other clan. A REAL RIFLE — the REMINGTON [22 Repeater. Shoot, without adjurt- ment. .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle cartridge*. . Set of Targets Mailed Free. THE REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY. Agency i 299 Broadway. New York City. I a few days' cantact with the man that there were dark passages in it. which j nobody would be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 November 1910

8 SCHOOL EXHIBIT AT FAIR Afflfouflh Short Time ia Allowed, the Showing Will Be Excellent. The Committee on School Exhibits | for the forthcoming Imperial County Fair is working hard to have a dis- I play that will be highly creditable to § Imperial County Schools, and the prospects are that the exhibit will excel that of last year. The Committee has arranged for exhibits under the following clasifl catlons. CLASS A. Exhibits of Educational institutions In Imperial County above the gram mar grades. DIVISION 1. Drawing. Sec. 1. Charcoal drawing from life pose. (AH entries from one school to this section must have been drawn from me same pose.) Sec. 2. Charcoal drawing from still life or cast. Sec. 3. Pea and ink copy, any sub ' ject, in black and white, original 10 be presented with copy. Sec. 4. Pen and ink original lllus , tration or drawing in black and white. Sec. 5. Water color still life. Sec. 6. Water color landscape from out-of-doors. Sec. 7. Water color decorative ar rangemen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. PALO VERDE VALLEY HAS WATER PROBLEM Settlers Propose and Corpora tion Opposes a District Organization . Advised that All Land Filed Upon May Be Assessed Under the Bridgford Act and that Private Company Can- I not Prevent Formation of a District. The settlers of Palo Verde valley are trying to arrange an Irrigation dis trict under the Bridgford Act, and are opposed by a private corporation that is trying to work the "water stock" scheme and assess the stock to build a can.nl system. One of the settlers writes to the Press that the com • pany's attorneys and advocates of tho private corporation plan are using the same arguments that have been used by opponents of the district proposi tion in Imperial valley, telling the set tlers that they cannot organize under the Uridgford Act because there is not enough deeded land, and that the bonds of a district could not be sold. The settlers are to hold a meeting today, and they have asked the Press to assist the...

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. — 3 December 1910

2 RACE PROGRAMME FOR IMPERIAL COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD H EL CENTfifl BY AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT NO. FORTY-FIVE. DECEMBER 13 TO 17 INCLUSIVE Entries for the horse races can now be received by Secretary Gage of the County Fair association, as the program was issued this morning. It is as follows: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1910 First Race— Purse $100.00— entries 10 per cent added to purse. Pacing race 2:30 class, best two out of three, half mile heats. Second Race— Purse $50.00— entries 10 per cent added to purse. Quarter mile dash, all ages. Third Race— Purse $50.00— Entries 10 per cent added to purse. Trottiae race for 2-yoar-olds, best two out of three--Half-mlle heats-- S-ininute class. Fourth Race — Purse $50.00— Entries 10 per cent added to purse. Ux l ' mile dash, all age?. Fifth Race — Purse $75, entries 10 per cent added to puise. Out niul one-eighth mile race; all ages. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 1910 First Race — Purse $100.00 — Entries 10 per cent added to purse. Trot ting race, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

Saturday, December ?,, 1910. The Famous JR&R/i* ~-1 Gives the Best Light at Any Price -, ' ' When yoa pay more than the Rayo J I ; price for a lamp, you are paying for extra / \ decorations that cannot add to the quality J> d of the light. You can't pay for a better f >. light, because there is none. An oil light / \ has the least effect on the human eye, and / \ the Rayo Lamp Is the best oil lamp made, I \ though low In price. You can pay $5, $10, f "L * lIJ 'or $20 for some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unflickering light of the low- Has a strong, durable shade-holder. This sea* son's burner adds to the strength and appearance. Made of solid brass, nickeled, and easily polished. Once a Rayo User, Always One Dealers Everywhere, If not at yours, write for descriptive -i., circular to the nearest agrncy of the wjffly^ _ (Incorporated) Jna COUNTY NOTES WATER DISTRICT NO. SIX. Carl llama has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. PUnUSHKD EVERY SATURDAY. Editor.. • ' Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months BO Throe Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postodlce nt El Centro, California, under the art of Congress of March 3, 1879. KEY TO THE WATER SITUATION. Because the Federal Government is taking care of the lower Colorado river and is about to build a levee that will prevent the river from turning back toward Salton Sea and doing serious damage to the canal system, and because the question of increase of water rates appears to have been set aside, the water-users of the valley seem to think that the problem in general is either solved or indefinitely postponed. It is neither solved nor wisely postponed. The key to the whole situation is the privilege of conducting water through Mexican territory, and until that privile...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

Saturday, December 3, 1910. Our Christmas Tree. «* I iAINTY and useful gifts CUT [j\ are combined -in our GLASS II I holiday offerings thia EMERALDS S BeftBOn - Wo have the JEWELRY richest variety of Christmas t WATCHES Goods ever shown here. Some PEA R L 8 especially fine designs In 'mNG^ 8 Hammered Urass and in the ALL Iloyal Doulton Ware. OF A gift of table silver would THE be appreciated — we have have SuffrfV I guaranteed standard makes ■ QUALITY „ and ]atest designs. Make Kll F MARRRATNFY' t i ytmr selections at once, beforo "The Qlft Store" the stock Is broken. Buyearly. El Centro. KYLE ICBMEY, EL CENTRO WEATHER. November was a warmer month '*this year than last. The highest, tem perature was 94 degrees, the low max imum 6!) and the mean maximum 80. The lowest was 38 degrees and the mean minimum 48.7. The rainfall was .47 of an inch, making a total for the year to date .78 of an inch. Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Nov. 26 69 54 Nov. 27 73 41 Nov. 28 76 38 Nov. 29 ..'..78 38 Nov. ...

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

6 BY CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY Copyright, The Frank A. Munscy Company. The Blue Ocean's Daughter STNOrSIS OF PREVIOUS CHATTERS. Capt. Hiram Hubbcll nmi his daughter Susan, ■whose mother i» dead and who lived entirely on her father's ship, ofton wearing. Indeed, men's rlothos, are bound f«r Boston on the ehlp Hiram nnd Susan from Bordeaux. The crew turns out to ¥c a bad lot, especially the boatswain, Francois. The only reliable man Is the Mate, Mr. Contvit, who la secretly In love with tlie girl. They are attacked by a British frigate, the time being the Am erican Revolution. CHAPTER 111. The Attack that Failed. Captain Hiram heard that scream; Mr. Conant. heard it; and so, too, did big Francois. Captain Hiram surmised that the enemy were attacking the poop, but he did not dare to leave the tcroup on the quarter-deck. They were •n the verge of retreat, and to weaken fctae pressure upon them for a minute would be to give them the ship. "Conant! Francois!" he shouted, while vigorously belab...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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