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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 October 1908

Saturday, October 3, 1908. ORDINANCE NO. 17. a.n Ordinance Calling's Special Election, ■ to be Held In the City of El Centro, H California, on the 12th Day of October, I I 1908, and Submitting to the Qualified I I Voter* of Said City the Proposition of I I Incurring a Debt In the Sum of Forty i 1 Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00) for the I I Pur P°' 0 °' Constructing a Septic Sewer I 1 System for the Collection and Disposal [■of the Sewage of Said City, Providing I m for tlie l**ue of Bond* for Said Purpose [I and for the Levy of the Tax for the I I Payment of Said Bond*, Designating I I the election Precinct and Polling Place I I and Appointing Election Officers for I L This Election. I I' The Uourd of Trustees of the City of |W Centro do ordain as follows: ■■ Section 1. Whereas the Hoard of IH'rustees of the City of El Centro at a |Hheetlng thereof on September Bth, 1908,' |H»y a vote of two-thirds of all its mem- IHters, duly fussed and adopted a reso fßiitlon determining that the pu...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 October 1908

10 NEW BANK BUILDING Contract Let For Two-*tory Structure on Main Street. Thomas Ilcnch has awarded to I!. O. lA>ng of Ix>s Angeles the contract for flic erection of a large two-story building at the northwest corner of Sixth nnd Main streets, El'C&ltfO. Work Is to l>rgin within a few days And the building is to bo ready for occupancy by January i. Tiiis block will be of hollow terra cotta blocks of cream color, and both the Main street and Sixth street fron tages will have arcades extending over the sidewalk. Btrrtildf Jn genoral style to those of tho Hotel El Centro. The outside dimensions of this new block will be 02x112 feet. The first floor will be divided Into three rooms. The First National Bank of El Centro will have tne Corner room Wilich is to be 2"xH4 feet. A store room will be made to the west of the bank room, and a smaller room will have a frontage on Sixth street, at the northern tiul of the building. Sixteen large plate glass windows will give the first ...

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. — 10 October 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. GOVERNMENT AID THE RECLAMATION SERVICE MAY BRING WATER INTO IM PERIAL VALLEY. CANAL FROM LAGUNA DAM Proposed That Settlers Do the Work and TYke Pay in Water Rights — No 1 Interference With Present Irriga tion System Contemplated. Imperial* Valley delegates to the Na tional Irrigation Congress have all re turned from Albuquerque, and all re port a fine meeting and a good time There V/as a large attendance at the Congress and every delegation was busy, looking" after the interest of its locality. The interests of Imperial county, like that of all arid countries, j are best served by getting as much of its arid land irrigated as possible. To this end the delegates interviewed the officials of the Reclamation Service, and as a beginning submitted the fol lowing proposition: Proposition To construct a canal from Laguna dam to lands in Imperial Valley on the co-operative basis, Data: The Laguna dam is 150 feet above sea level. The distance from said dam t...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

2 CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Headquarters Established in El Cen tro—Secretary W. B. Qibson in Charge. The Republican County Committee met la El Centro last Saturday and perfected the working organization for the campaign. Headquarters of the campaign committee will be In El Cen tro, in the new Hotel Oregon and will be designated conspicuously by a banner swung across the street. W. B. Gibson, of E! Centro, was elec ted secretary of the campaign conimit tee and will be in charge of the "work at headquarters. A finance commit tee has been appointed to secure funds for the campaign and will call upon Republicans in all the precincts to contribute toward the payment of necessary expenses. One of the members of the county committee brought up the matter of the Imperial Valley survey and de clared that, unless satisfactory assur ances of an early settlement of land questions could be obtained from the Interior Department, he and many oth er Republicans would voice their pro test against the treat...

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. — 10 October 1908

Bainrdaf , October 16, • 1908 J J County Notes BRAWLEY. It. 1a Cooper is building n cottage on H street. j /. «... < '; • Dr. J. R Dans of Los Angeles Is a new dentist located In Brawley. • • • H. Sloan of Lompoc will put In 160 acres, of alfalfa on his ranch land In District No. ft. . « "'♦ ♦ Miss Mary Prewitt has come from Los Angeles to teach In the new Draw ley Union High School. The Brawley ' Co-operative Building Company Is erecting for Nelson T. Shaw, a dwelling to cost $1250 on lots 12 and 13 In Brawley. • D street has been cleared and lev eled . from the Southern Pacific Rail* toad to Sixtk. street. The work was done at the expense of abutting prop erty. • • • Tho Home Investment Association of Los Angeles and Redlands during the past two i weeks . has loaned $25, 600 on Brawley properties for build ing purposed. * . • ,' ■ ♦ Lewlß Brothers are having a five room farm house and large bunk house on their land at Rockwood. Their land is being leveled and crops will be put ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

4 IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro. riJBLI3HSn EVERY SATURDAY. Manager ' C F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewis Havermale ~ SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six Months 60 Three Months , ' .25 Single Copies 05 Watch the subscription date on your paper The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. All remittances n:ul communications should be addressed to the Imperial Val loyj^ , Entered as second-class matter March 3, IPO6, nt the poJtofnVe at El Centro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS OF IMPERIAL COUNTY. Supervisors— F. S. Webster, Sydney Mc llnrir. 11. 11. Clark, Porter N. Ferguson, G. 11. "Waile. Judge of Superior Court — Franklin J. Cole. District Attorney— John M. Eahlemon. County Clerk— D. 9. Elder. County Treasurer — Paul Bomon. I County Auditor— C. P. McClelland. * County Assessor— Fred Fuller. County Tax Collector—...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

Saturday, October 10, 1908 PHD QAI P? FIVE, TEN, TWENTY rUK 0R po RTY ACRES One mile arid a quarter from Postoffice. One-half cash, balance one and two years. The best bargain in Imperial Valley. We also have a good list of city property for sale. We want to list your land. The SPROUSE REAL ESTATE AGENCY LEVY BLOCK EL CENTRO, CALIF. LOCALS Mrs. 13. C. Nichols has arrived from Palo Alto. A. F. Wagner and family have re- j turned to their El Centro home after a sojourn In the northl """"liir" >••< — ( F. P. Willlard has been appointed ' City Attorney for Calexico, vice John ' M. Eshleman, resigned. ■ ] Miss Minnie Marshall, of El Centro, ] is taking a coures of business train- ' ing in the San Diego Commercial Col- ] lege. ! —11—11— : Soren Theodore Uhrenholt, of Im perial, has been granted a certificate of naturalization by Judge Franklin J. Cole. __H ii_ Dr. J..C. Blackinton and family have returned to El Centro after a summer spent in San Diego. They made the trip overland.* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

6 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES Or WORLb'S DOINQS TOLb IN MRriQlUirttS Ten thousand school children in Chi cago found to be half-starved. American battleship fleet safely out rides destructive typhoon in Manila Bay. Decision of Judge Wellborn makes railroad rebate in State a Federal •ffense. Kentucky night riders slay mem bers of negro family fleeing from bouse set on fire. City of Hyderabaad, India, turned to vast grave by flood, dead being es timated as high as 50,000. Improvement in railroad traffic con ditions throughout United States leaves few idle freight cars. •Dr| Frederick A, Cook, Brooklyn ex plorer, who started year ago to reach the North Pole, thought lost In Arc flic. Columbia University football star Beaches Reno after being lost in the mountains five days with only one raw salmon to eat. President Hawks of ths Detroit and llackinac Railway says the company is planning to operate a continuous lann along its right of way next sea son. Pet bear in park at Tucson becomes angry, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

Saturday, October 10, 1908 Shoe Comfort Is Sure Comfort Our lino Is so big and com- ' plete that you can find just what you want for any weather wear at very mod- erate prices. hemember we are EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS buying directly from the fac- tories in tho East. Our Specials — DOUGLAS SHOES CRAWFORD. SHOES We can save money and enable you to keep your feet comfortable. VALLEY Shoe Store MAIN BT. EL CENTRO I Have a Number of Buyers SOON TO COME TO THE "VALLEY. LAND HOLD- ERS WILL DO WELL TO LIST THEIR LANDS AT ONCE WITH ME. H. C. Griswold Notice my new location— HOTEL OREGON BLOCK. Best Bread Baked. Full Weight— Full Satisfaction ROLLS, CAKES, COOKIES and PIES Delicious Baker's Confections ORDER BAKING A SPECIALTY Clean and Substantial BAKERY LUNCH SERVED ALL DAY Pioneer Bakery Levy Block WM. EGERER, Prop. Los Angeles' Safest Hotel The King Edward Fifth and Los 'Angeles Streets in the heart of the city. European Plan First-class Cafe Abssolutely Fire Proof A very desirable hotel f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

8 RECLAMATION SERVICE PLANS GREAT PROJECT STRING OF STORAGE RESERVOIRS ALONG COLORADO RIVER. Scheme Includes Greatest Reservoir In the World and Will Provide for Irrigation cf Two Million Acres of Desert Land In the Southwest. A string of great storage reservoirs extending alcng the Colorado River from the Green River in Colorado to Ihe Yuma project In Southern Arizona is tho vast scheme now gradually tak ing shape in the plans of the United States reclamation service. Tho Yuma project, or Laguna Dam, now build ing in Soulhcrn Arizona, will be only one unit in a great system of dams which will reclaim two million acres of land, and take Its place among the world's greatest achievements in Uring ing water to the desert. It will cost more than forty million doHars. The scheme us conservatively pic tured by Louis C. Hill, of the reclama tion service, to an Albuquerque Jour i.al reporter. Is seen to bo of vast pro portions. Mr. Hill, who is supervising engineer for the southwestern dist...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

Saturday, October 10, 1908 ORDINANCE NO. 17. An Ordinance Calling * Special Election, to be Held In the City of El Centro, California, en the 12th Day of October, 1908, and Submitting to the Qualified Votert Of Said City the Proposition of Incurring a D«bt In the Sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00) for the Purposo or Constructing a Septic Sewer System for the Collection and Disposal of the Sewage of Said City, Providing for the Issue of Bonds for Said Purpose and for the Levy of the Tax for the Payment of Said Bonds, Designating the election Precinct and Polling Place and Appointing Election Officers for This Election. The Board of Trustees of the City of El Centro do ordain as follows: Section 1. Whereas the Board of Trustees of the City of El Centro at a meeting thereof on September Bth, 1908, by a vote of two-thirds of all Its mem bers, duly passed and adopted a reso lution determining that the public In terest and necessity demands the con struction by said city of a cert...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 October 1908

10 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Officers and Polling Placet Designated For November Election. The Board of Supervisors of Imper ial county met in the Court House at El Centro on October 6, at 10 o'clock a. m., and was called to order by Ch«iirman F. S. Webster. Supervisors present: McHarg, Clark, Webster, Wade. Absent. Ferguson. This being the time set for hear ing of the petition for the Fuller and Stevens road, and it appearing to the board that notice to the non-consent ing land owners had not been proper ly givey, as provided by law, the hear ing was continued untill 10 o'clock of Tuesday, November 10. The clerk of the board was in structed to confer with the State Dairy Inspector and request him to appoint E. H. Sherman a deputy dairy Inspector for Imperial county. Road assesments were received and accepted from Edward Dool, Ernest McCully and Alexander Booker. The report of the reviewers of the Schlatter road was received and ac cepted, and a hearing of the petition was set for Novemb...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. IMPERIAL VALLEY INSTITUTE OPENS of Fifteen Students From Valley Towns Formal ' Exercises Held Yesterday Forenoon in Heber's New Hotel, With Addresses by Members of the Faculty and Visiting Friends— The School Work Begins Monday. Imperial Valley Collegiate Institute held its opening exercises at Heber Wednesday afternoon. Amidst expres sions of good will and hope for the future from people representing all parts of . Imperial Valley, the new educational Institution was formally started on Its way. The exercises were held In the din ing room of the new hotel, and this room was crowded. The chairman was Rev. R. L. Glasby of Hcbcr. Rev. Mr, Martin, a Congregational minister from Los Angeles, offered the invoca tion, and John F. Giles, president of the Imperial County Chamber of Com merce, who was a teacher for many years, delivered ' the charge to the faculty and students. Short addresses were made by Rev. Mr. Glasby, H. W. Moorehouse, secretary of 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. — 17 October 1908

2 VALLEY HOSPITALITY FOR VISITING EDITORS THREE DAY PROGRAMME IS AR RANGED FOR EXCURSION IN NOVEMBER. Many Distinguished Public Men In vited to Accompany the Editorial Association and Get Acquainted With the People of the World's Greatest Oasis. November 17, 18 and 19 are the dates selected for the visit of the Southern California Editorial Associa tion to Imperial Valley. A meeting held at the Morning Star office last Saturday night was com posed of representatives of every town in Imperial Valley, editors of papers and secretaries of the various chambers of commerce or other civic bodies. It was for the purpose of meeting Edgar Johnson, secretary of the Editorial Association, and com pleting a programme for the visit of the pencil pushers. They will travel by special train, starting from Los Angeles at 8 o'clock on the morning of November 17, and arriving at Beaumont for luncheon. From Beaumont they will go directly to Brawley, arriving there at 5 o'clock in the evening. Dinner wi...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

Saturday, October 17, 1008 County Notes W. D. Young, foreman of the South ern Pacific car repairing department at Calexlco, has returned from Indi ana, where ho has been visiting the : old homo for several weeks. Ho was i accompanied by his sister, who will spend the winter In Imperial Valley. • • • I H. Rockwood of Calexlco, brother of C. R. Rockwood, who originated the Imperial Valley Irrigation project, was married In f,os Angeles, October 1, to Mrs. Daisy ltrown Thomas, who has spent several winters In Imperial Mr. and Mrs. Rockwood will make their home in Calexlco. • • • James Maloney, of San Diego, who owns lots on the south side of Droad way, east of the Oregon hotel, Is planning for the erection of a brick office building. The building will pro bably be a* one^tory structure, but with walls of sufficient strength to al low for a second story at a later period. , : ; • ., * • O. S. Cole, furniture dealer and man ager of an undertaking establishment at Holdridge, Nebraska, has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

4 IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centre publ.isheT> evkryljaturday. Manager C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewl> Havermale HstT^RIPTION] Ono Tear $1.00 Six Months W) Three Months *' .2* Single Copies -.-•OS Watch the subscription date on your paper The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. All remittances and communications •hould be addressed to the Imperial Val ?ey rrena. __ Entered aa second-class maUer March I, 1906, at the postofllee at El Centra, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. OFFICERS OF CITY OF- EL CENTRO. Trustees — H. D. rearnon, J. Stanley Brown, C. F. Buttress, W. O. Hamilton, D. D. Pellet. City *Jerk— F. 0. . Havens. City Treasurer — H. K. Jaumon. City Attorney— M. W. Conkllng. City ..larsho' — C. A. Bradford. City Recorder — J. F. Tout. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS OF IMPERIAL COUNTY. Supervisors — F. S. Webster, Sydney Me- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

Saturday, October 17, 1903 THE MISSING HARRY MILLER Expert Pottler Disappeared Myster iously From El Centro and Leaves No Clue. Where is Harry P. Miller, erstwhile expert bottler of the Dr. Pepper Hot tllng. Works of El Centro? Has he become the victim of an accident or foul play, or has he simply "vamosed?" These nre the questions which W. C. Thomas, one of tha owners of the bottling works, is asking, and to which he has obtained no satisfactory ans wers. Miller came to El Centro two or three weeks ago, from Los Angeles, to assist Thomas when the latter bought an Interest in the plant here. He proved a steady, reliable workman and affairs at the bottling works were moving along smoothly. Last Sunday morning the two men took breakfast together, and Thomas did not return to the plant, where they both roomed, until noon, when he found Miller absent, and the man has not been seen in El Centro since that time. Thomas is inclined to be lieve that Miller may have wandered away to the rive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

6 NEWS IN BRIEF STORICS OP WORLb'S bOINQS TOLD IN rtfßtfQßrtfHS - ■'- ■.'• - Forest fires are again doing great damage throughout the lumber dis tricts of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan. Marquis Salonji. late premier of Ja pan, confidently asserts that Yeshlro Bakatnni will be restored to his posi- tion ns minister of the Interior. Tho National Board of Directors of the Knights of Columbus, has defin itely decided not to grant a petition received from Ireland to extend the order to that country. The gunboat YanKton. proceeding the American battleship fleet, was sighted by Japanese warships off the coast on Thursday morning. As Mrs. Earl Sterling, known to the stage as Martha Shields, lay at the point of death Wednesday night in a Chicago hospital, her husband, a mem ber of the company playing at the college theatre was forced to enact :his part That the opium traffic- in this coun try is on the decline is indicated by the latest figures compiled by the Bureau of Statistics, showi...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

Saturday, October 17, 1908 NOTICE OF THE BALE OF SCHOOL BONOS FOR THE BRAWLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT. J&Wve is hereby given that the County >■" Treasurer of Imperial County, California, will receive sealed bids until six o'clock* p. tu. of the 24th day of October, 1908, at his oflice in the Court House of Im- perial County, California, at El Centro, California, for the purchase of the fol- lowing described bonds of the Brawley, j School District, duly and regularly Issued 'by the Board of Supervisors on the 14th day of September, 1908: Bond, No." i. tut two thousand five hundred dollars, to run five years, due and payable on the 12th day of Septem- ber,, 1813, with six per cent Interest from date of Issue, payable semi-annually. Bond No. 2. For two thousand flve hundred dollars, to run six years, due and payable on the 12th day of Septem- ber, 1914, with six per cent Interest from . date of issue, payable seml-annually. l?on<l No. 3. For two thousand flve hundred dollars, to run ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 October 1908

8 LOCALS Dr. T. J. lies spent several days In; Los Angelea the past week. Cbarles Sanborn has returned to Calexico after a sojourn at Tia Jauna, Mexico. Mayor Bert R. Chaplin, of Imperial, has returned front a sojourn in Los Angeles. C. E. Hubbell arrived from Santa Monica, Thursday morning, for a week's stay at El Centro. ! VJ Dr. I. W. Nance of Los Angeles Is in Imperial Valley for the week, look- Ing after property Interests. * Miss Lorena Bragg, of Calexico, has gone to Pasadena to spend the win ter and take up musical studies. \ Dr. J. C. Blackinton returned to El Centro Thursday evening, from a visit ' to Los Angeles and nearby points. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warden, of Los Angeles, parents of Mrs. R. D. Mc- Pherrln, are her guests at Imperial. I Mrs. Jack Calvert and daughters re turned to their home in Calexico, Sun- 1 day, after a summer's outing at Santa' Monica. > Byron H. Cook, cashier of the Im perial City Bank, Imperial, is in San I Francisco, as a delegate to the Mason-...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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