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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 25 August 1906

EL CENTRO nnn tabub Holtoif Interurban Railway Company WHf BOUND No. I, htate Hoiuilie 7:30 a. m. dally except Sunday . No. 3. Leave HottTtlle 1:30 p. m. dally Includ ing Sunday BAST BOUND No. a. Leave El Centra 9:00 a. m. dally except Bnnd<iT No. 4. Leave El Centra 3:00 p. m. dally includ ing Sundar Ice cream treezers at El Centro De partment store. k Isaac Lowthlan has returned from his summer vacation, which he spent In Los Angeles and at the beaches. F. A. Yeakle was an El Centro vis itor Wednesday, putting the telephone line In repair. _____ We have never made poor Ice cream and this year It's better than ever. Imperial Drug Co. Isaac Lowthlan left Tuesday even- Ing for Yuma. He expects to go to work on the Imperial Heading and may be away several months. / A. H. Rehkopf, of Monrovia, but who owns a fine ranch three miles west of town, was in the Valley several days this week. We acknowledge a pleasant call. Whiskers amputated with or without pain; hair trimmed, bobbed or si...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 25 August 1906

IU»llta« •« a nnrrri. Tbe public In general and life narer* In particular fthould be warned of th« danger «nd folly of rolling on a bur rel the bodies of apparently drowned persons. Thin process b&l never yet helped tn nvuiseitnte. though It hAft undoubtedly killed many, half drown ed poraona. The ido.l that It "pump* out" the water Is entirely falla clous. In the first place, no water enter* the lungs of a drowned man till be Ins been absolutely dead for many hours. In the second, the re moval of water from the stomach la quite a Bocondnry consideration com pared with the Importance of re-estab lishing the action of heart and lungs, and rolling a body on a barrel is about the surest way of preventing both henrt and lungs from resuming their normal functions. Artificial expansion and contraction of the chest by alter nately stretching the nrms above the head and compressing the chest with them Is the correct first aid to the ap parently drowned, but never can roll- Ing on a barr...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 25 August 1906

FARM ORCHARD AND GARDEN The lad that Is wedded to a cob pipe fifteen seldom If ever afterward con icits any other alliances that are rib a continental. tils as true of people as of animals t! the disadvantages of poor heredi are usually coupled with an unfa •able environment , he fourth and last spraying of the bard was made this year on Aug. 1 1 was for the purpose of heading the work of the second brood of ling moths. ereafter a federal meat inspection si will not only be conclusive evi ce that canned chicken is not can veal, but that it was fit for food m put under cover. Irawn poultry, game and fish may I keep In cold storage as long as le undrawn, but at the same time I constitute a much more whole- Is and safer food product ■Is roughly estimated that the Hes ■ fly and chinch bug together do ■ $100,000,000 damage to the wheat I annually, two pests that the de- Snent of agriculture has been at ■t expense in its attempts to erad 1} putting of an extensive side hill ■now of into p...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 25 August 1906

SUGGESTIONS Of Interest to Those Who Would Save f eel and Avoid Heat. Commnnittd. Many matters of prime Importance to Imperial Valley have been discussed with distinguished ability In the Press but the rapid development of the valley makes It desirable that a great number of other questions be taken up. Your valley as a whole Is the greatest and the most Interesting agricultural ex perimental plot within Uncle Sam's domains. While Its varied opportuni ties and possibilities are vast, It has some disadvantages and some sharp limitations which an Intelligent recog nition of will help Its settlers to mini mize. Its people, though mostly of good American stock, have come from places where the climatic, agricultural, and home and social codltlons were very diverse. In their new homes many of them encounter problems which are new to them, or whlph must be met and solved In ways which are new. Individual success or failure will undoubtedly often depend upon hitting the right solution of so...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VI VALLEY'S STATE BANKS Reports on the Condition of the Three State '. Banks on August 1 5 th , figures Which Show Solid Prosperity and Great Business Develop ment. Successful and Able Management Reflected in Published Statements The State board of bank commis sioners called for a statement of the condition of all State banks in this State at the close of business on Au gust 15th. As everyone at all familiar with' business conditions on the desert knows that date is just about the dullest part of the dull season. At that time business of all kinds is at its very low est ebb. The crops are all harvested and shipped out, the cantaloupe's are gone and everyone who can possibly get away to the coast or mountains has gone. It is the middle of the worst month of the hot season and as such can safely be regarded as the very low est ebb of business in this Valley. To take a bank statement therefore at such a time can be regarded as a good test of the business vir...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

Water Concessions in Mexico j: P. Taylor In Mexican Investor: Roughly speaking it may be said that the method of obtaining a concession for either irrigation or for power is prac tically the same and I shall, therefore, not attempt to make any distinction between the two, but deal with both under the general name of "water con cessions." These according to the circum stances, are either federal or state. The federal concessions are obtained under the law of the 4th of June, 1894. The substance of this law is as follows: The executive is empowered to grant water connection with rivers, etc., within 'federal jurisdiction.'' Naturally the' interested party must present a petition to the department asking for the concession, and the pe tition must be published in the official organ of the federation and also that of the state In which the water is found, before the concession can be granted. Should any opposition arise this Is referred to the courts for decision and every concession is ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

END OF MATTER ifisal Decision »f the Secretary of the Interior in the Meserve vs. Cady Contest The following decision of the Secre- tary of the Interior in the contest mat ter of Meserve vs. Cady can be regard ed as the final end of the controversy between those who attempted to hold government land by "placing" water stock upon it and those who sought to secure it by entry under the United States land laws. While this case clearly settles this point in favor of the entryman it also discloses another point of great Importance and that is that entries will not be cancelled at the end of four years if the claimant Is endeav oring and has tried in good faith to re claim his land and failure to do so can be shown to be the fault of others. This point is one of great importance to the people of Number Eight and Number Six at the present time. It means much to them for it will permit them to continue their efforts at recla mation after fonr years from the date of making their entries has ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS PUBLISHED SAtOrDAYS^ CAL. f . 0. RAVENS, - ; .^Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One Year - - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - - .50 Three Months .25 Single Copies - - - - -05 ADVERTISING RATES, Per Month 1 inch.. $ LOO 2'to 18 inches (1 column) per inch .75 22K inches (^ page) 15.00,. 45 inches {% page) 25.00 90 inches (full page, 45.00 tftr Watch the subscription date on your paper. The number of our paid circulation " ''* will be furnished on application Entered as second-class matter March 3d, 1906 a±iJ4e jpostoffi'de at 1 Et^ Centro, 'California, ander the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. NATIONAL IRRIGATION CONGRESS The movement that has done more tlian all other agencies com bined in awakening public inter est and stimulating the great work of desert redemption which is now goingn g on so rapidly in the west is _ jthe National Irrigation Congress. Beginning fourteen years ago in an academic way and as the work of enthusiasts it rapidly grew until its meetings...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

EL CENTRO TIME TABLE Holtofl*lßterarb«a, Railway Company < 'WEST BOUND' No. 1. Leave Holtville 7:30 a. m. daily except Sunday > '!>-'-' -!'->' ■;- ?-■«•-• No. 3. Leave Holtville 1:30 p. m. daily includ ing- Sunday i BAST BOUND 3?o. 2. Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily except V-* S_ttndar -» '- : No. 4. Leave El Centro 3:00 p. m. daily includ »: intr Sunday , . j Ed. E. Boyd was over from Hoit vllle last Monday and spent the day In El Centro. He was rustling up real estate deals, as usual.r. . Ed. B. Moore called on our El Cen tro merchants, Tuesday. He Is now representing the Horace Bradt Co., of San Diego, but was formerly one of the pioneer farmers of the Heber nelgh borhood. Mrs. Ira Aten and children are ex pected home from Long Beach next Sunday. They have been away a month and return now so the children can enter school at the beginning of the term. Some'ime a2o we ordered an elec tric motor for the Press office and It arrived just the day before the Ice plant burne...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

Caterpillar Fever. Hie symptoms of the ailment known to doctors as "caterpillar rash" are itt tense irritation on the palms, and some times on the face, accompanied by a number of bllsterlike swellings which, when they oeour round the eyes, some- times have the effect of obstructing vision. The preventive is to leave hairy caterpillars alone. As the "palmer worm," the hairy caterpillar of the gold tail moth, one of the com monest and most beautiful objects of the country at . midsummer, passes from hand to hand, it leaves on every palm a few of its loosely attached hairs, and those hairs are possessed, for the protection of the caterpillar against birds and browsing animals, of what scientists call Vurticating prop > erties." "Urtica" is the Latin for "net tle." Many other hairy caterpillars are almost as bad as the "palmer worm," and as a general rule the less you han dle any hairy caterpillar the better. — London Mail. The Benefit of Exercise. Exercise does for the body what th...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

FARM ORCHARD AND GARDEN Chronic thoughtlessness is in the last analysis just plain selfishness. The two go hand in hand, as do their opposites. The critical time In the life of the young birds is during the two days fol lowing the departure from the home nest If they do not fall a prey to cats during this time they are pretty Hire to pull through. While the grosbeak now and then opens a pod of peas and feasts on the delicacy therein, he more than con dones for his trespass in devouring many grubs of the potato beetle, a service that so far as we know is per formed by none of the other song birds. A farmer might just as safely intro duce a cholera infected hog among his drove as to buy timothy seed or hay from a farm infested with quack grass. In the first case the seed is put into the soil directly, while In the second it goes on when the manure is hauled out It Is safe to go on the assumption that one's fellows are apt to think no more highly of one than he does of himself— in fact...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 September 1906

SEVERAL POINTS RAISED In lnteresttag;Lejtejs Betwcert;|;2|. Webster and I'! \V. Gleason Con cerning Rights of Stock holders Durlng the water shortage caused by the carrying away of the Evergreen heading last July one of the sufferers was F. S. Webster. As a result of this Mr. Webster sent a bill for dam ages to Imperial Water company No. 1 . This bill was returned by the com pany's officials with the statement that it was not responsible. The following correspondence then occurred and is herewith published on account of the very important statements made by both parties: El Centro, Cal., Aug. 6, 1906. Imperial Water Co. No. 1, I mperial, Cal. I. W. Gleason, President. Dear Sir: I have your favor re plying to our claim for damages. Con cerning your denial of Number One's responsibility in the matter kindly ad vise who is responsible. The Infer ence from your letter is that it is the California Develojpment company. If so, kindly advise what I, as an individ ual, have to do with the C...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VI THE GROWING OF DATES A Visit to the Date Farm Shows the Venture to Be a Successful One The Date Trees Under the Care of E. F. Chumard Are Doing Fine i and Will Bear This Year. The Success of the Farm is Very Gratifying. Recently we hsd occasion to visit in the neighborhood east of Heber and while in that vicinity called on our friend, E. F. Chumard, £t his date farm. Many of our readers will be surprised to learn there is such a thing as a date farm in this Valley and all of them would be if they should visit the farm Itself and see what a splendid success is being made of date growing in our Valley. We confess we were very much surprised with what we saw in the way of demonstrated date grow ing as well as what we learned of the outlook for this kind of fruit. Mr. Chumard. of course, Is enthusi astic over the prospect for date grow ing and naturally feels elated over the manifest success that has attended his efforts. In an hour or more spent at his pl...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

What Constitutes Mining Partner ships Where two or more persons own - a mine jointly, or. as tenants in common, there may arise between them without special contract for that purpose, the relation of partners. This occurs when they enter into an agreement to work the property for their mutual benefit and do work it, contributing to the ex pense and sharing the profits accord ing to the interest owned by each. The leading distinctions between min ing and ordinary commercial partner ships may be considered to be of three classes. 1. The doctrine of implied liability; or the differences existing in the law in regard to the qualified or restricted liability of the partners to third persons resulting from the acts of each other. 2. The right of one partner to sell his interest or share without the con sent of any of the other partners, which does not work a dissolution of the part nership. 3. The death of one of the partners does not work a dissolution of the part nership. Upon other poi...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

IRRIGATION CONGRESS Opens at Boise City, Idaho, Monday. More Than a Thousand Delegates Present More than one thousand delegates representing about half of the states of the union were present Monday when the National Irrigation Congress assem bled for its fourteenth annual session. California's delegat'on of about sixty was third in point of numbers. *' ?sg32| Vice- President Fairbanks, who ar rived at Boise before daylight Monday morning, was escorted to the theater fn Riverside Park at 1 1 o'clock and received a hearty welcome, the audi ence standing and applauding for fully a minute. Immediately after the arrival of the Vice- President the congress was called to order by L. W. Shurtleff, of Ogden, Utah, first vice-president. George C. Pardee, of California, president of the congress, was detained in California and was not present. James A. Pinney. mayor of Boise, and Gov. Frank R. Gooding welcomed the delegates to the capital of the Gem state. Gov. Gooding spoke at some length of...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS, EL CENTRO, CAL. f. 0. HAVENS, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One Year - - - $1.00 fiir Months .50 Three Months - - - - .25 Single Copies - .05 ADVERTISING RATES Per Month 1 inch $ 1.00 2to 18 inches <1 column) per inch .75 92.% inches CH Page) 15.00 4 45 inches (% page) 25.00 90 inches (full page, 45.00 «e*~Watch the subscription date on your paper. The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application Entered as second-class matter March 3d, 1906 at the p»stofiSceat El Centro, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ABOUT MARKETING CANTALOUPES We are in receipt of a com munication this week from one of our subscribers, Will S. Faw cett, of Whittier, giving- us a few suggestions on.the marketing of our cantaloupes, which we take liberty to publish, feeling- sure it will be read with interest by the cantaloupe growers of the Im perial Valley. There certainly must be a cheaper method of handling the valley'...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

EL CENTRO TIME TABLE Holton-interurban RaHway Company WEST BOUND N No. 1. Leave Holtville 7:30 a. m. daily except Sunday :No. 3. Leave Holtville 1:30 p. m. daily includ ing Sunday EAST BOUND No. 2. Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily except Sunday No. 4. I*eave El Centro 3:00 p. m. daily includ ing Sunday Ice cream freezers at El Centro De partment store. Mrs. T. B. Blanchard returned Sat urday night from her summer outing at coast points. Murray Stover has been busy this week testing the electric wires In the Hotel El Centro. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Newton, after several days' stay in Los Angeles, ar rived home Tuesday night. W. W. Masten was In Los Angeles the first of the week and secured thor oughly experienced help for the Hotel El Centro. Editor Witter, of the Brawley News, was here a short while Thursday. He was on his way home from Holtville, where he had been to attend a high school meeting held at that place. Whiskers amputated with or without -pain; hair trimmed, bobbed or singed...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

THE SHARK HUNTERS. Horrible bat Alleged Painlesa Way the Fiah Are Killed. The strictly commercial business of fhark hunting is done in small sloops !whose headquarters are in the more northerly Norwegian ports. The crews are for the most part made up of pure blooded descendants of the vikings, who are still to be found in any num ber among the codfishers of Hammer fest of Tromao. And a magnificent race of men they are! Accustomed from boyhood to a life of hardship, they have a way of treating Father Neptune with a slightly contemptuous toleration, like an old friend, of some what uncertain temper, whose rapid Changes from smiling benevolence to wild, blustering anger are on the whole rather amusing than otherwise. They care nothing for danger and little for suffering— in themselves or in Others. Why, then, should they stop to think that perhaps a maimed but still living shark can feel? The fishing is done off the coast of Iceland in about eighty fathoms of wa ter. Three or four gall...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

FARM ORCHARD AND GARDEN There are two precepts which, while not having much similarity, should al ways be kept in mmd — one, that a fel low shouldn't put his hands in boiling hot water; the other, that he should no sooner sign his signature for a stran ger. There's a peg loose somewhere if parents who have given their children care and shelter through childhood years have to spend their declining days In the county poor farm when either son or daughter has so much as c roof for shelter or two crusts of bread. The Minnesota experiment station has taken up a series of experiments with & view to eradicating \\sd mustard, ■which is a serious pest in many of the grain growing sections of the state. The method which is being followed consists in spraying the fields with a sulphate of iron, which kills the mus tard, but does not seem to injure the grain. A gardener near Peoria, 111., recently Buffered a $10,000 loss by having the hail riddle 300 acres of peas which were being grown for...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 September 1906

THE BLUEBEARD STORY If Baa ft Mythical Rather Than a Mrtholosrical Origrin. The fascinating story of Bluebeard has a mythical rather than a mytho logical origin. No one has found his prototype in the Vedas or in the old Greek or Roman authors. The story is supposed to be of French origin, and it has even been suggested that Bluebeard was no other than the much married Henry VIII. There is, how ever, better reason for believing that the original was Giles de Laval, lord of Riaz, who was marshal of France early in the fifteenth century. He was a brave soldier whose exploits in the wars between England and France are recorded in history. According to Mizeray, he murdered his wives as Boon as he tired of them,. and was him self eventually strangled in 1440. The story of Laval has, however, not many points of resemblance, for there is no mention of a key, and Giles de Laval, moreover, used to entice per sons of both sexes to his castle for the sake of their blood, which he wanted for cer...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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