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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 December 1906

Imperial Valley Press. 'OL. VI INQUEST OF THE COLORADO up a Vast Field for Population. S. P. to Build Below line. I With the conquest of the Colorado ver, says John Hamilton Gllmore, a leclal writer of the Call staff, In a leclal Imperial Valley story, the louthem Pacific will recommence the (construction of the International rall jiy, which will eventually form a loop [ginning at Imperial Junction on the Lin line and running through the val- I of that name to the town of Calexl lon the frontier. It will then pass lough the republic of Mexico to the Ilorado river, which It will follow till loins the main line, about sixteen ■es west of Yuma. This road will In up a rich terrl.ory and Engineer Ing of the Southern pacific Is con- Led that the line will do an immense Illness out of the neighboring repub- I Lower California or that portion of Mich will be tapped by this Said. "Is controlled by Harrison Hy Otis and his associates and they X a big cattle ranch there. There 9bt the slightes...

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 December 1906

IRRIGATING ARID REGIONS Details of the Great Work Being Done in Reclaiming the Desert Lands Although the general public Is grad ually becoming more familiar with the work of the reclamation service, little Is known concerning the details of this great undertaking outside of the dis tricts directly affected. The following are the principal proj ects now under consideration: Acres Irrigable. Arizona, Salt River 160,000 California, Yuma 130,000 Colorado, Gunnlson 125.000 Idaho, Mlnnldoka 130,000 Montana, Milk River 60.000 Nebraska, North Platte 100.000 Nevada, Truckee 150.000 New Mexico, Hondo 10.000 North Dakota, Fort Buford 66,000 Oregon, Malheur 90,000 South Dakota. Belle Fourche.. 85,000 Utah, Utah Lake 60,000 Wisconsin, Palouse River 100,000 Wyoming, Shoshone 175.000 In addition to the principal projects above listed, reconnolsance surveys are being carried on In each of sixteen states and territories. The principal water supply for west ern Nevada comes from the mountains of Cali...

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 December 1906

FARM ORCHARD AND GARDEN F. E. TRIGG It Isn't necessary to let the city rub the natural bloom from your boy and girl in order that they may become ac quainted with the ways of the world. During the hunting season it is pret ty hard to round up a trespasser and be supported by the law unless there Is ■absolute proof. That means fences up In good shape and patrol duty on your part. The raising of alfalfa In the eastern states has not thus far proved a suc cess, though there is reason to hope tor better results and that the difficul ties of soil and cultivation may bo over* •come. A great deal of loss Is sustained after 'the harvest is begun, but not finished, by the fall rains which come on. It Isn't always easy to overcome this con dition and prevent the grain and straw from being blown about. Keep things In shape as far as possible. A good deal of uncalled for disorder and damage could bo prevented by re fusing to allow the children to make a playground of the barn or workshop. It 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 December 1906

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS, EL CENTRO. CAL. F. G. HAVENS, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One Year .... $1.00 Bix M«ntha • " " '2 Three Months *» Single Copies 06 ADVERTISING RATES Per Month Unch * 100 Sto 18 inches (1 column) per inch .75 &% inches (H P*ge) 1500 46 inches {% page) 25-00 Winches (full page, 45.00 «VWatch the subscription data on your piper. The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application Entered as second-class matter March 3d, 1906atthe postoffice at El Centro, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE DAMAGES Quite a fit of hysteria struck the Imperial Daily Knocker re cently concerning the action of some of the farmers in the Valley in regard to the damages they had suffered from flood waters. As is the rule with the editor of that sheet a new idea always drives him distracted, so he had his worst fit first. While at the height of his delirium he charged the United States gov ernment with being in a consp...

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 December 1906

EL CENTRO Tirlß TABLE tiolton-lnterurb.n Railway Company WEit BOOHO v. Ho. 1. L«a»e HoltTllle7:30 a. m. **•'* "eept No. 3. Leare IfoU? Hie 1:30 p. m. daUyJloclnd. lag Sunday CAST BOtJKD ;No. 2. Lea»e El Centro 9:00 a. m. dally except !No. 4. Leare %l Centro 3:00 p. ta. dally tnclnd ln«r Sundar List your lands with the Ira Ateji Land Co. They can get you best re sults. • Mr. Kohlstedt from San Bernardino former assistant master mechanic of .the Holton Inter Urban Ry. Co., ar rived Tuesday morning to locate In the Valley. •_ The repairs on the Holtvllle railroad bridge have been completed and brick for the numerous buildings now in course of construction are being de livered. Mrs. Pellet has been enjoying a visit from her mother and sister., She has returned with them to their home to remain while Mr. Pellet is In Los An geles on a business trip. It Is very encouraging to note that the different business houses of El Centro have had of necessity ;to In crease their force of helpers. T...

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 December 1906

A COMMUNICATION Miss Charfott Preston Explains Why She Pot In a Damage Claim Against Mexico To the settlers of the Imperial Val ley who have damage claims against Mexico, beware! * The great hue and cry set up by the Standard Ust week Is only a bluff from the party who has controlling Interest In that paper. I heard some of the same kind of talk less than two weeks ago from one of his henchmen In Los Angeles and was not surprised when I saw the article In last Friday's Issue of the Standard. The paper is only a mouth piece for the Colony Investment company and ex- officials of the C. D. company. These people are afraid that the final settlement between the United States and the Mexican government may not be conducive to their welfare or Inter ests, so they have fabricated this story about cancelling concessions and sus pension of work on the part of the C. D. company to frighten the people and prevent, If possible, the filing of claims against the Mexican government. They don't want...

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. — 1 December 1906

BLINDED BATS. TbfT Proved ThemitlTM Ind«p««* ', «at of the flense of Right. Bats are remnrkably Independent of the sense of sight. A naturalist de scribes some experiments demonstrate |ng this fact Covering the eyes of a bat with wax, he released the creatui c n n room. It first of nil made Its way o the door, but Instead of striking his hovered a few Inches off, slowly naklng its way along the top edge acd lown the side, apparently guided by he Incoming draft of air. Next a borough exploration of the room was nade, and throughout the examination t never once struck either chairs or able and swerved aside when a stick van placed in its path. As a result >f this experiment naturalists believe hat bats have an acute perception of itmospherlc currents and vibrations •esideut in tho nerves of tho wing nembrancs. This matter was thoroughly Investi gated so long ago as 1703, when, by tho •ruel experiment of blinding the anl nals, It was shown that they could toss a room across which 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 1 December 1906

Lets By Insect Pests The department of agriculture places the average annual loss to agricultural products from Insect ravages at no less than $700,000,000 or more than the entire annual expenditure of the na tional government, Including the pen sion roll and the maintenance of the army and navy. In one year a single Insect, the chinch bug. caused a loss of $60,000,000 and ;the Hessian fly caused a loss of $24,000,000' In only two states In one year. A careful es timate of the average annual damage caused to tbe apple crop by the codlln moth shows It to be $20,000,000. Mil lions of dollars damage Is caused each year by the San Jose scale, the exact loss by It being Impossible to estimate because It attacks so many different kinds of fruit trees and bushes, and not only ruins or Injures the fruit produc tion but kills the plants outright. Mil lions of^dollars are lost each year by cotton or boll worm, attacking corn and cotton; corn root worm, cut worm, plant lice, web worm, plum cur...

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 December 1906

Imperial Valley Press. DL.VI GREAT CANAL EXTENSION alifornia Development Company's Work of Restoration* Being Carried Forward on Enormous Scale orations Now Under Way Will Add More than 50,000 Acres to reclaimed Area in Imperial Valley and Protect 1 50,000 Acres in Mexico She day of great things has come Hlmperlal Valley and men of large |ilrs are now at the helm. This Is Hpmlng more and more apparent cv- Bday as the splendid plans of Mr. Hdolph and Mr. Cory are unfolded. ■ nearly a year all the energies of Be men and the resources at their ■mand In ;his Valley were engaged He work of saving the Valley from Auction as much as possible and Bin curbing the Colorado river. ||-n the great floods came last May Hjune It was nothing but the money Hmen these gentlemen commanded ■prevented that mighty rush of wat- Wpm overflowing the v levees along jflnaln canal and destroying the fer- Hnd populous dfstrlcts of number Hind number four. But for their Hlrreparable damage would have Men Imperia...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 8 December 1906

THIS "JUICE" SO SHOCKING Charged Pole In San Bernardino Does Vengeance to Man and Beast A dispatch to the Times from San Bernardino dated Dec. 1, says: "Three horses and several citizens were shocked by an electric pole on the principal business street to-night. An orange grower from Rlalto had hitched his horse to the pole when the animal commenced to show signs of nervousness. "In stroking Its neck the owner was severely shocked and removed his horse with difficulty. . A short time later a Redlands man hitched a span of horses to the pole with a chain. They struggled violently. Edward Paine, a youth, attempted to loosen the chain and taking hold of it scream ed In agony, unable to release his hold until he fell and the weight of his body broke his grip. "Several men tried to assist Paine and were also shocked. The horses finally, In frenzied plunging, broke the chain and rolling over wrecked the ve hicle. Paine and others had their hands seriously blistered. Insulated wl'e and the...

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 December 1906

SIXTEEN BUSHELS PER ACRE. There were thrashed this year from a 100 acre field of oats located on a farm but a few miles from the writer's home 1,600 bushels of grain of Inferior quality, or an average of. Just sixteen bushels per acre. This fact Is not men tioned with a view to causing surprise because of the size of the yield, but •Imply as the basis of a comment or two on the baleful effect of the sys •Urn of yearly rental of farm property. {This farm la In a fertile section of the county, capable with decent treatment of producing seventy-five bushels of corn, fifty bushels of oats and three tons of clover hay per acre. The piti able showing mentioned above Is the rcflult of years of shiftless manage* tnent on the part of the landlord, cou pled with a system of tenancy which has consisted In selling the fertility from the farm in the shape of grain and Hay/ with the result that today the farm Is an agricultural bankrupt, fertility lost, credit gone and reputa tion badly damaged. ...

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 December 1906

IMPERIALVALLEVPRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS, EL CENTRO. CAL. f. C. HAVENS, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One Year • • • • H-OJ Blx M«nthß 60 Three Montbi • .25 Single Copies • -05 ADVERTISING RATES Per Month 1 inch % 100 9to 18 inches (I column) per inch .75 22)^ inches (X Paße) 150 ° 46 inches (H page) 25.00 90 inches (full page, 45.00 49-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 postofficeat El Centro, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A BILL WITH MERIT One of the first bills to be in troduced in congress by Senator Flint and the one which should be most promptly passed is the one extending for two years the time within which entrymen on public lands in this /Valley must make final proof. This bill will especially affect the people of No. 6 and No. 8 where the flood wat ers of the past two years have done the most damage. This condition ha...

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 December 1906

EL CENTRO TIME TABLE •Holton-lntemrb«n Railway Company WKBT BOUND "No. 1. Leave Holtville 7:30 a. m. dally except Sunday No. 3. Leave Hnltvllle 1:30 p. m. daily;inctud ing Snnday CAST BOUND ■Jlo. 2. Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. dallj except No 4. Leave El Centro 3:00 p. m. dally Includ ing Sunday i-^Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Barber arrived from Redlands Sunday evening. Mr. Barber Is employed by J. L. Travers. We learn A. D, Medhurst will prob ably be next to have a house built. "Med". never was a "dead one" and is now more alive than ever. Mr. M. C. Taylor, of Highlands,' was a valley visitor this week and visited all the towns, but found none showing the thrifty growth of ,E1 Centro. */ Frank McCown and wife arrived from Waltsburg, Washington, Tuesday evening and went to Holtvllle to look after their property In number five. E. H. Sherman came In from Red lands last week and Is working for J L. Travers. He expects Mrs. Sher ntan and their two children to come soon. W. W. Garvln, of Los Ange...

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 December 1906

MR. GANT'S VIEWS Gives Benefit of His Wide Experience and Criticizes Management of No. 1 Having had special notice from the secretary of Imperial water company number I to give my views on ditch cleaning at the last annual meeting, as was published In the Chronicle and as was discussed at a caucus meeting held the night before the annual meet- Ing. I now take the opportunity of ex plaining my views. Some person said I could not sluice the mud out of ditches and In reply I asked that I be given charge of the Birch ditch, from which ditch I receive my water for Irrigating and Mr. Ulrey moved that I take charge of the said ditch and Edgar did not wait for a sec ond to the motion, but objected. Glea son did not correct him, but someone in the audience moved to adjourn and which was carried and In that way Ig noring my rights and taking the busi ness out of the hands of the stockhold ers. Now if the directors did not think my views were good for anything why did they ask for them. There ...

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 December 1906

EL CENTRO TIME TABLE llolton-lnterurb.n Railway Company WEST BOUND No. 1. Leave Holtville 7:30 a. m. dally except No. 3. Leave I&UvUle 1:30 p. m. dallyllnclnd. Ing Sunday BAST BOUND No. Z. Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily except No. 4. Leave El Centro 3:00 p. m. dally Inclnd inc Sunday . Dr. J. C. Blacklnton returned Mon day from a week's business trip to Los Angeles and coast points. Mrs. Sarah Woodcock came In from her Alhambra home Wednesday eve ning to spend the winter on her ranch east of town. 80 acres fine land, all Improved, 40 acres alfalfa, well located; price right and terms reasonable. Bert R. Chap lin, Imperial, Cal. We are expecting a large number of land seekers In soon from Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas. If you have land for sale now is the time to list It with Ira Aten Land Co. Several parties of land seekers have been to El Centro this week and we expect to hear of some very Important deals In real estate In the next few days. They could not do better than buy c...

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. — 8 December 1906

Colorado River Gagi Taken At Ynma November k Gage Dis- q Height harge "7 18.85 8,630 2 18.50 9,200 5 18.50 9,170 4 18.60 8,900 6 18.60 8,700 6 18.65 8,530 7 18.70 8,800 8 18.75 9,100 9 18.80 9,430 10 18.80 9,650 11 18.85 10,000 12 19.20 11,400 13 19.30 12,000 14 19.10 11,500 16 19.10 11,600 16 19.00 10,800 17 18.95 10,600 18 18.90 10,000 19 18.90 10,000 20 18.90 10,000 21 18.90 10,000 %2 18.75 9,280 r j>9 18.80 9,300 24 18.80 9,200 25 18.80 8,700 26 18-80 8,700 27 18.75 9,000 28 18.80 9,200 29 18.76 9,100 30 18.80 9.2QQ 81 Dcci Gage Height 18.70 liflber Dis- charge 9.100 Dcci November k Gage Dis- q Height harge "7 18.85 8,630 2 18.50 9,200 5 18.50 9,170 4 18.60 8,900 6 18.60 8,700 6 18.65 8,530 7 18.70 8,800 8 18.75 9,100 9 18.80 9,430 10 18.80 9,650 11 18.85 10,000 12 19.20 11,400 13 19.30 12,000 14 19.10 11,500 16 19.10 11,600 16 19.00 10,800 17 18.95 10,600 18 18.90 10,000 19 18.90 10,000 20 18.90 10,000 21 18.90 10,000 %2 18.75 9,280 r j>9 18.80 9,300 24 18.80 9,200 25 18....

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 22 December 1906

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VI ASK CONGRESS FOR AID Mass Meetings in Every Town in the Valley Adopt Resolutions Urging Government Aid in Con trolling Colorado* River On last Monday mass meetings were called at all the towns In the valley to adopt resolutions urging our governmeut to take up the work of closing the Culorado break. and levee ing the stream. The resolutions as adopted by unanimous vote of each of these meeting appear elsewhere on this page. Previous to the calling of these meetings a citizen's committee In Brawley had sent Senator Flint a telegram urging him to ask congress for aid. On Monday morning they re ceived the following answer (rom him: T. H. Kellogg, Chairman Citizens' Committee, Brawley, Calif. Your telegram received. Have prepared bill making appropriation two million dollars to be expended by rec lamation service In protecting settlers Imperial Valley from break In Colorado Iver. Congress cannot act until nego latlons now pending are closed with Mexico for...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 22 December 1906

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 22 December 1906

NIGHT ROBES. ¥fc«r «W«« Once Vvrr Onr«r«oNaa an 4 Worn tn <h« n«riim«. In the middle ages night robea, as a general thing, were unknown luxuries. Under the Tudor* royalty and co tlllty had them made of silk or Ttl* r«t, and, as the old books say, "hene* no washing was necessary." . A night robe of black satin bound With black taffeta and edged with v*l vet of the same color was daintily fashioned for Anne Boleyn. More luxurious still was one owned by Queen Bess. It was of black vel vet, . fur lined, and 'greatly offset by flowing borders of silk Inco. And In 1508 her majesty gave orders that George Brodlgman should , deliver "threescore and six best sable skynnus, to furnish us a night gown." Four years later her highness orders the delivery of "twelve yards of purple velvet, frlezed on the back syde, with white and russet sllke," for a night gown for herself and also orders the delivery of fourteen yards of murry damask for the "makynge of a nlgTit gowne" for some one else. Nigh...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 22 December 1906

IMPERIAL VALttY PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS. EL CENTRO, CAL. ' f. 0. HAVENS, Iditor and Publisher !_... I - ■ ■'- " - -■ SI INSCRIPTION On« Year ..... $1.00 Pix Month! ... - .50 Tlmv Mnntl.* • » 2 } \ |in^le Topic? • • - ' • -'^ ADVERTISING RAtliS Per Month 1 inch I 1.-00. 2to 18 lnclu\!» (1 column"): per Inch i"5 22., Inches (U IW) 1: '- 00 ' 45 inclicn (l«( l « pfljrt'j < ~\oo 90 inolirp (full I'fl'gP, 4.\00. •r* Watch the »ul'!«*rirt(on iiate on your pnr«". The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application Entered a* *ecoml-cla!«* matter March 3d, 1906 at the pootnnlce at El Centro, California, under tin- Act of Congress of March 3, 1979. THE RIGHT SOLUTION As all eyes arc now on* Wash- j iiigtou and every items concern- j my; the actions of the big 1 men who are handling the Colorado river problem is of 'profound in terest to our readers we forego j .any editorial this week and de- j vote the space to the latest solu- j tion to be proposed, as set forth { iv t...

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