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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 December 1910

Saturday, December 24, 1910. During fifty years, four generations '^^^^SF of shooters have sworn by the "old V^uE^^^^^S yellow Shells"— UMC NEW CLUBS. S^Hq fli II If In oun^ wan^ n 8r where, wary, j|| |||! 11l ll ||| hard-to-kill game is concerned. | In PI III!! M' B f> rcs are never thought of I | ill 1111 W ' l^ tncsc ' °^ reliable, hard 1 | HI ||||!l| A smokeless powder shell equally popular in jjjl I 1 1;| II |||| its class is the NITRO CLUB Steel Lined I I | 111 ISlHilll '^ c " - c P o^ o * charge protected by the I IP 111 Bj| I IlilSli] i slcc ' l' nn ' n 8 guarantees a uniform load when ||| Illjj] 1 § ■Hill illlflH unt ' ng un^ cr c mosl Bcvcre weather mMm |H||i XJgf^Srtgg^ THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COIWPANT SWOKELESS POWDER A « M^' 2M ; B~«away, N«w York City BLACK'RQWCER 131 Centro Hardwcire and Implement Co. ll^jSSr* GLJINS AND o^^ AMMUNITION COUNTY NOTES PALO VERDE VALLEY I Floyd Brown has completed the from Blythe ;to 'Blythe June-. tion, and it ia now in an excell...

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. — 24 December 1910

4 Jimperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. PUnUSHRD EVKRV SATURDAY. ~~ Editor Allen Kelly Bu8ln«c« Manager.. ..... . .. l_e\^is Mavermale SUBSCRIPTION One Vw $1.00 Six Months BO Three Mouths 26 Blr.gli? Copies 05 WATCH THE SUUSCRirTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1806, at the postofllce at Xl Ccntro, California, under the act of Congress of March. 3, 1579. THE COUNTY FAIR. A friendly Los Angeles paper prefaces some appreciative comments on the development of thia region with the statement that the varied nature of the resources of Imperial valley was adequately shown at the recent county fair. The county fair was supposed to be an adequate exhibit of resources and products, but it lacked much of being what it was sunposed to be. As an exposition of agricultural possibilities ai 1 achievements it was conspicuously inadequate. There was tc i much horse-racing, and too little attention was given to the w -rk of the farmer. The farmers ...

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 December 1910

Saturday, December 24, 1910 I Last Call for Christmas I 1 1 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo^^ I 1 1 Always there are the last purchases to be made by the Christmas 11 |J shoppers— some gift for the friend overlooked in the rush, or to fit If li some special condition--and we are prepared to help you. || K'l Those Smoking Jackets In grays, browns, greens Remember our fancy boxes of Men's Hose— fine I I and black make dandy presents for only $7.50. eilk— for $1. |,^ I'- 1 Latest styles In Neck Scarfs, Persian effects. We have just the things to make little folks B I-j Silk Waists from $6 to $12. Also white tailored happy-finest D°" ™ ever shown in Imperial valley, lil H wa 8 8 " Make your friend happy with some fine selection I js I J Gloves are always fine presents — we've all sizes, from our Grocery Department.' VSi 18.1 B. SALOMON & COMPANY 1 IV| IMPERIAL COUNTY GREAT BUPPLY HOUSE, EL CENTRO. p| CHRIBTMAS EXERCISES. The Christmas exercises of the 1 Presbyterian Sunday School will b...

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. — 24 December 1910

6 The Blue Ocean 's Daughter Cyrus Townsend Brady Copyright by Tlio Frank A. Munsoy Co. 1 STNOI'SIS OP PIIBVIOUS CHAPTERS, i Capt. Hiram Hutibell and Ills daughter ,- Susan, whose mother Is do.nl ami who lived entirely on hrr fathers ship, often I wearing, Indeed, men's clotheo. ore liound k for Boston on the ship Hiram ami Susan S from Bordeaux. Tho crew turns out to »!■ b« a bad lot, especially the boatswain, \ , Francola. The only reliable man Is the f mate, Mr. Oonant, who U Becretly in love ['with the girl. They nre attacked by a \ British frigate, the time being the Am- I erlcan Puilng the engape- I inent Francois, taking advantage of the ; confusion, stabs the cnptaln In revenge ' for being flogged. The Hiram and Susan, worsted in en counter, Is boarded by British officers. CHAPTER Vlll.— (Continued.) The lieutenant bent over, and in ■•'■ the breast of the dead man could be seen the long, clean knife-thrust, cut X through the shirt and pointed straight | for the heart "No bul...

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. — 24 December 1910

Saturday, December 24, lftlO. WB ] DAVIS BROS. Isffsass«ir ARG WELL SUPPLIED WITH A VA- KllH§r3fiK«el RIETY OF HOLIDAY GOODS SUCH M^^MffiVSfyj. AS ARE USUALLY TO DE FOUND rai^*? I ®*^^ IN A WELL-APPOINTED DRUG ffy^^^&ffl YOU SHOULD DROP IN AND PICK R Eftsi^aiS^a ° UT YOUR PRESENTS.. THE MOST [j^iH^^5»C)!JR COMPLETE BTOCK OF MEDICINEB, D^^J^^fl SUNDRIES, CIGARS AND CONFEC- B-S^f^ l2l^:! TIONERY IN IMPERIAL VALLEY. ffiv ft X K\)m OUR PRICES ARE R|GHT « DAVIS BROS., EL CENTRO HOLTVILLE When we reach England he will be tried for murder, and I have no doubt he will be hanged, as he deserves. Did any of you men see the blow?' Many of them had, but they an swered not a word. In one sense the boatswain,' by braving the lieutenant, unified their antagonism to England, which was even greater than their hatred of the mate. "You will give me your word about this, sir," continued the lieutenant to the mate, "although you refused it in the other case." "And for what?" cried the New Englander....

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. — 24 December 1910

8 — j OUR WINDOWS Our Christmas Tree. Only Partly Tell the Story I Come and See • A DISCOUNT EMERALDS jewelry mir WATC H E8 Will L PEARLS nUI f RUBIES UIIL.L.IIMHI RINQ s „ ALL We are now diving £* 20 PER CT. DISCOUNT BEST QUALITY " on all goods in our store ex* KILE MAGBRATNEY'S cepl HAM W M A E R T BRAS 9 "The Gift Store." The golden opportunity to buy El Centro - I HOLIDAY GIFTS KYLE MACBRATNEY. ELICEHTRD WEATHER. Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tern Dec. 17 73 37 Dec. 18 68 39 Dec. 19 70 40 Dec 20 6S 69 Dec. 21 68 46 Dec. 22 69 38 Dec. 23 65 36 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, December 17, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Dec. 11 16.40 7100 Dec. 12 16.20 6600 Dec. 13 16.20 7000 Dec. 14 16.20 7100 Dec. 15 16.20 7200 Dec. 16 16.20 ' 7100 Dec. 17 16.20 6900 LOCAL MENTION. W. G. Driver, auditor of the Hoi ton Power Company, was down from Red lands during the past week. Miss Ruby Hutchinson, sister...

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. — 31 December 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. MARKING TIME ON THE COLORADO ONE CONTRACTOR GEIS OVER THE LINE, BUT OTHERS STILL . HELD UP BY MEXICAN CUSTOMS BARRIER ' Work That Could and Should Have Been Completed By This Time Not Yet Begun, Government Method of Not . Doing, Things Applied to Emergency Opera- V tions On the River. Lawler Sent to ~~V Mexican Capital, Contracts for building the protec xlto levee ■ along the Colorado river in Mexico territory were let by Col. Ockerson on December 12, but no arrangements having been concluded -with Mexico for remission of duties on stock and supplies, the contractors and their outfits were held up at the border for two weeks while the of ficials at Washington were running around like headless hens and try ing to do what should have been done last summer. Because the Mexican government Ivad politely assured the American Minister that duties would be remit ted, the Washington officials as r aumed that, arrangements had been made and instructed Col. Ocker...

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. — 31 December 1910

2 AN ENCHANTED LAND Mat Marvcl.cira Oas!i in the World Cro.'Ud by Msn la the Dstert. (Leu AnfoVs Times.) The -varied nature of the resources of Imperial valley wns adeqtfalcty and &9tonich!ngljr shown at the thirJ on ,r:ul c;v."t.v :,;{? Just told at til Ccn- Y:J. 11: i'Aililii ttfdVed v/fiwt K«B «>f enterprise and modern ldas» can «lo «hW they can fiwko water rorve their end.*. For centuries the Rroat Colorado river lan tuTtratentty Ihroogfa the tcnltory, a nse'ets flood. Now I i: has Icon coiifrolled, at cnorcnoa*} ctpense, and tjr the CXOrdlO of raacli ingenuity, nnd "the dercrt" h.13 t«cn ronvcriej into tbe blgEest and most icarvoloua o.ish In the world. When flrct tic desert hillocks of I-j'Vial filler verc ma Jo to yield j ■tr;i\!» Iv the :h.i};<? of rejetaWfla and fi-uit, early melons! early cabbasoa and of.^cr "gardrn truck" worn chiefly iai;cJ. l^ist year Anstilriios. who bavo been foremoKt in winning the valley from waste, conceived the idea (bat as frie cottoa a...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 31 December 1910

Saturday, December 31, 1910. ElCctitro Hardware and Implement Co. 9 GUNS AND Uifl& AMMUNITION COUNTY NOTES DARD. Mr. Ogden has tnken a position as lumbor and warehouse man for the bknguinettl interests at Bard. •* «• * ■Hillary Ketchersido spent several •'lays In Bard, and has now gone to "Yama for a visit before returning to liOHR Deach. ; At * * . j ; Several times within tho past three a large mountain lion has been : jßoen near Bard, but no ono has been fortunate enough to get a shot at it. ': '■«■ •}:• % ■ A' Sunday. School Christmas tree was the feature at Bard on Chrlat m\i ove. It was loaded with remem- J)i«inces for members of the school, Hi^l a line program was given. i The sppclal election of Bard school district. to vote on the proposition of issuing :ssoobb6nd3 for purchase of a «ite, erection and equipment of school building, was carried by a iarge>ofe. A; find, new school building will-be ready' fpr the 'beginning of the next school year. : ' .. • v' • . An Epw...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 31 December 1910

4 ImrapeJrial Valley Press Official Newspaper ef Imperial County. 7t7nU3HRn RVKRY SATURDAY. TZ^r '. Allen Kelly B^ln^Vejjjnafler .■•■•♦ i_- Lewla Havcrmale subscription tf An Onp Ymr "-W Sit Months •»" Tbrre Months *■» Hirißlp Copies '_!'"" *_'_• ' ' " * - watch tut: sunscniPTioN date on your paper Knieifd ns second -clnss mattrr March 3 1906. at the postomce at El j CVntro. California, under the art of Congress of March 3. 1579. | GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING. The board of army engineers that has been inspecting and investigating the work of the reclamation service recommends apportionment of $1,200,000 for completion of the Yuma project, the cost of which already has exceeded the estimates enormously. The board reports that the actual cost of completed work has al most invariably exceeded the original estimates, and in the case of some structures has been two or three times as large, and ex plains that this increase "was partly due to a general increase in the cost of labor and material...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 31 December 1910

Saturday. T')«>6*tnhef jjf, j^jo. Laughlin Nursery NEXT TO FIRE HOUSE, EL CENTRO Representing Fancher Creek Nursery. Orders taken now., Goods delivered January 10. Will have cai* load at that time. All goods guaranteed to name. I LESTER LAUGHLIN, Proprietor WEATHER Date' Max. Tern. Mln. Tern Dec 24 70 54 Dec 25 i.70 44 Dec 26 70 42 Dec 27..... 68 34 Doc 28 65 44 Dec 29 68 38 Dec 30 66 37 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gago heights and dis charges of tho ' Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for tho week ending Saturday, December 24, 1910. " Date Gage Heights Discharges Doc 18 16.20 7200 Dec 19 16.10 7000 Doc. 20 16.00 6500 D«c 21 16.00 6400 Doc 22 .16.00 6300 Doc 23 16.10 6700 vDec. 24 .".16.20 7100 The El Centro Barber Shop, owned by Messrs. Oldham and Dlxon is fun ning three chairs at' present. No Mex icans or Japanese are served. 26-tf LOCAL MENTION. ;> Mrs. Wilbur Hall and daughter are visiting Mrs. Hall's parents in Los Angeles. Mrß. L.A. Murrell and son, Lcon- I ard, ' are ...

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. — 31 December 1910

6 The Blue Ocean's Daughter Cyrus Townsend Brady Copyright by rhe Frank A. Munacy Co IBTNOraiS OF rRBVIOtJfI CHAPTEUS. Cwnt. Illram Hubbell and lila daughter Fuft&n, whoso mother 1» dead nnd who lived entirely on her fAther'a ship, often wearing, Indeed. men"s clothes, aro bound for Boston on the ship Illram And Susan from Bordeaux. The crew turns out to t»e a bad lot, especially the boatswain, Krancoln. The. only reliable man Is the mate, Mr. Conant. who Is secretly In love with the girl. They aro attacked by a llrltlsh frljratP, the time bolnff the Am -crican revolution. During the engage ment Francois, taking advantage .of the •confusion, ' stalia the captain lit revenge for being flogged. The Hiram and Susan, worsted In en ■counter, Is boarded by l»ritish officers. Lieut. Robert Mornlngtoni v. N.. is left •with a prize crew to taKo the Hiram and i?«san W England, the old crow and m.Usv briiif,' imprisoned forward. l Mofnlngton falls In love with Sus.i;i, nnd she partly forge...

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. — 31 December 1910

Saturday,. December ,81,' 1916. allegiance to him, partly no doubt due to the fact that tho young man had not.a«kod for any. For he.too,, though with a fuller recognition of his feel- Jngs, was trembling In tho balance. i' tn short, when Susan Hubbell saw L thftt note In the hand of Owen Conant fXfshe determined to possess hersolf of It and then bo guided by circum stances. Slnco sho. had been a cap ttlvo Bho had remained abaft tho main mast. No restrictions had been placed upon her movements, but sho had not thought It proper Co go forward nor had she desired to do bo. Although her captivity was mado as lltilo irksome ns posßiblo, sho was p.t lll a captive, and she was not will ins to subjoct herself to a possible recall or rebuke by venturing beyond (he limits which instinctively apper tained to her* situation and station. Her calm acceptance of the situation had thrown Mornington completely off his guard. His Infatuation— for he recognized It ns such if he should' onCe let himsel...

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. — 31 December 1910

8 II OOOOC OCMX>OCKX>GOOC«^ [ || These chilly nighls and mornings make one think of warm Wraps. We arc making some Special |:j I Offerings right now that you can't affoid to miss. Here arc some samples of our offetings : pi I I Mi'siV Omv Moflnnnl I.OIIR Coati piped In Mack, Myl- Ladles' nnd Misses I>lup Berjro Long Ooat. with' fancy »'| pi isli' nil Hie Way through. Tlila garment soM for 13.50. niTs ami belt; dressy effect, sold for $16.60. Now $12.37. II lim Now $2.63. Ladled' QfajT tUngnnai Loriß Coat, plain tailored effect, l|l I'l l -wllm" Tnn t<onc Coat t.illorcil ofTt'ct. very handsome, Child's nnd Misses' Ooats In Dtasonnl Weaves, sold for w}\ I'l iold for $K.f>o. Now $13.13. $3.00. Now $2.23. f*J f | A Special Line of Men's $15 Suits That are fund ' h t j j PCM)0( x>oooooooooo^^ | I/J IMPERIAL COUNTY GREAT SUPPLY HOUSE, EL CENTRO. p| CITY LICENCE TAX LEVIED BY TRUSTEES Emergency Measure to Re plenish Depleted Munic ipal Treasury. Everybody Must Pay for Pri...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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