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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 19 May 1906

TIME TABLE HolUMi*lnt«nirban R«llw«y ComfMnr WMF BfHIVII No. I. Leave Holt* Hie 7:30 a. m. dally except ftandar No. 3. Leave HotttUle t:3op. m. daily Irtcind inir Sunday RA9T BOUMD No. 2. Le.ate El Centro 0:00 a. m. daily except No. 4. Lea "c *?1 Centro 3:00 p.m. dally litclnd- In* Sunday EL CENTRO Don't forget Charley Fernald at Im perial has a full line of new Milwaukee Mowers and Rakes, und can fit you out cheaper and better than anyone. Mrs. D. D. Pellet spent the past week visiting her parents and sister, on the Eastslde. What made Milwaukee famous? The Milwaukee Mowers and Itakea. 0. W. Pernald, agent, Imperial. J. F. Jackson, of Riverside, made a short trip to the valley this week and visited with F. G. Havens and family Tuesday evening. Hop vines grow taster and make more shade than any other plant in this cli mate. E. R. Fairbanks at Imperial haß •them all rooted and ready to grow. Price 50 cents per dozen. Miss Daisy Mead, who had been -visiting her sister, Mrs. D. D. Pell...

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. — 19 May 1906

!% « Has just received one of the largest shipments of Clothing and I Gents' Furnishings ever brought to Imperial Valley. Every- I thing is of the very latest in style, cut, make up, materials and j finishings. I MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS j In full Suits and in Two piece Skeleton Suits. We have i I the very goods you want and we won't be undersold. In blacks, j i navy blues and light grays. Our lines are full. We have your ; I size and the goods are READY AND RIGHT. In addition to j I our very large stock of Summer Suits we have a full line of j 1 Men's Summer Pants in light wools; also flen's White Duck I Pants. We also have the nobbiest things out in a fine line of I Hen's White Duck Shoes. | I New Line of Negligee Shirts A New Line of Stetson Hats j In white and. colors, all sizes up Cheaper than elsewhere. These ■] to 17 I=2. We also have Shirts in Hats are not excelled in either quali= I all styles and prices and any amount ty or appearance. Also Hats in fur, ! j of Gents' Furnis...

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. — 19 May 1906

Imperial Items Ffotw "'if **f fctaf CfMff##po«rt*nt Mr. Witter was in town tin* week. Mlm .lean Groves i* Impfoyfngln health. Dr. Topralwiiiuii ifl w till putting out trees. Mr. Al. Peck lost a valuable cow, j Tne?<lay. ' Mr. 11. A. F. Miller lias returned from , Dr. Bold and mother have returned Iroin Los An^elo*. / Wheat for your chickens. Desert I Grain Co., Imperial. V Mrs. Frank Barb«T has another lifter 1 Vic'iting them at present. • There are several bad case." of Rprilttf fever reported at the school. IV. Air. O. K. Gray informs us he 'ex peels to start for Ohio in a short time. Mr. Arthur Kdgur and Dr. Iloltzman /were Los Angeles visitors this week. f Henry Seely began work Monday on , Ghaa. Fernnld's new house on Imperial Avenue. ;■• ' Mr. Rice is fitting up the old postoHice i building for Ralph Beiitoii'a'«iiew meat market. Singer Sewing Machines hold on easy terms. See Teller, Imperial, Postoffice Building. Mr. Perkiss began work with his ma chine Monday, and brought...

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. — 19 May 1906

OUR WATER RIGHTS Continued from Xi i>jc'- correspond ing entries in the margin of mnh hook nn pitch issuance ; and *he shall affix *aid corporate P«*al to all pn- 3d. He phail keep a pro|>er transfer book and a stork ledger in debit and credit form, showing the number of shares iftoned to and transferred by any stockholder and the dates of such ittn* ancn and transfer. 4th. He shall keep proper account books, countersign all checks drawn up on the treasurer and discharge such oth er duties as pertain to his office and as are prppcril»ed by the board of directors. fith. The secretary shall serve all no tices mini red cither by law or the by laws of the company, and in caee of his absence, inability, refusal, or neglect bo to do, then such notices may be served by any person thereunto directed by the president or vice-president of tlm com r*»y. _ • ARTICLE IX. TBKASORKB. ' .The treasurer shall receive ami keep all the funds of the corporation and pay them out only on the check o...

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. — 26 May 1906

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VI OUR WATER RIGHTS f^,. The contract between the Socleda< de Yrrlgaclon y Terrenos de -la Bajj California and Imperial Water Co. No 1 from which we quoted In our last ar ' tlcle was entered Into on April 6th 1900, just two weeks after the Incor poration of the imperial Water com pany No. 1, which took place on Marcr 23d, 1900. This contract provided that whereas the Mexican company was about to build a canal to diver water from the Colorado river anc Jvas desirous of SELLING THE RIGHT TO USE such water anc Imperial Water company No. 1 was s corporation formed for the purpose o: securing a supply of water from sale Mexican company and supplying same at cost to Its stockholders. Therefore the Mexican company agreed to deliv er at the boundary line an amount ol water not exceeding four acre feet pei annum for every share of stock ol Water company No. 1 sold and locat ed within Its boundaries and Imperia Water company No. 1 agreed that the Mexican company...

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. — 26 May 1906

DOWN ON THE RIO GRANDE Waters of that stream divided by treaty between United States and Mexico The following news sent out from Washington by the Associated Press on May 21et is of much interest to our peo ple as welt as to a great many others. WASHINGTON, May 21.— Secretary Koot, for the United States, and Am bassador Casasius, for the Mexican gov ernment, today signed a treaty regulat ing the use of the waters of the R'o Grande, which, if approved by tho sen ate, will remove what has been for twenty years past a source of friction in the relations of the two countries. For almost a century the Mexicans living along the lower river have made large use of its waters for the purpose of irrigating their lauds. But in recent years private companies on the upper waters in the United States have by the construction of wing dams, diverted a large part of the water to this side of the river. The Mexicans have presented claims for the damage sustained, but so far without success. Now the 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

EL CENTRO [o. jr. n.) El Centro— lmperial goddess! Where sittest thou In «tatc? The place of thi r»e enthronement, , Much questioned is of late. Listen 1 all ye of doubting' mind; Or hard of heart and blind, When once you TRULY seek her. She's not so hard to find. Far-famed Imperial Valley, The Laud of Promise great, Claims honor of her presence, And thankful for such fate. In midst of million acres Of rich alluvial lands, In her heart of hearts abiding, 'Tis there El Centro stands. Before her throne of beauty, She stands with queenly fcrace, Inviting alt to meet her, And greet her face te face. welcome smiles 'assuring All th6se who seek her hand, Of the richness of her treasures, Which her good grace hath planned. On every side her structures rise, Proud landmarks of her skill — And future generations Will do her honor still. They speak of promises fulfilled, Of words to deeds transformed, — The hope of inspiration give To Faith from Courage born. All hail ! to thee, fair goddess ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS, Fl. CENTRO. CM.. f. G. HAVENS. f ditor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One Your .... $1.00 91x Months .50 Three Months .... .25 Sincle Cot»ii>M • -Q* _ _ _I_L_ ■ . • ADVERTISING RATES IVr Monlh 1 Inch , '..* 1.00 2to 18 inrlu'R (1 column) per inch .""» 22}£ indies (U'pnße) IA.OO 45 Inches (J* page) -i.OO ©0 inches {full imge, 45.00 WTWatch the suMcrtptkin date on your paper. The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application - , , Entered A< »ecott<l-claM mailer Marc- M, lOOhatlhe |MMtnlßtf-ftt B1 Cenlm. California, winter the Act of Coneressof Marcli 3. tß7<). ANNOUNCEMENTS ________ For Public Administrator I hereby announce m-aelf a candidate for the office of Public Administrator of San Wtgo County, subject to the approval of the Repub- lican Count t Convention. P. J. LAYNE. HIGH SCHOOL MATTERS tA petition has been filed with the county superintendent of schools asking for the formation of a High School District o...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

WlB TABLR Hofton-tntcrarban RtHwtf C*mp*ny want iiousn No. 1. l*a»e Hoitf Ule 7:30 *. m. <l*Hr «*cept Bandar , No. 3. Lea»e HoiUtlte 1 :30 p. m. dally Inctud ' In? Sunday KA»T BOUND Ho. 2. L«a»e El Centro 9:00 a. nt. dall/ except Ho. 4. liar« #1 Centro 3:00 p. m. dally Includ- Ing Sunday ,_,_^^, .^^ rj .^ r EL CENTRO • The cantaloupe packing house Is •well along toward completion and would have been done had not the hard winds prevented the carpenters from working on the roof. Rev. John F. Sayers of Yuma will be In the Valley next week to meet his people. He will be at Calextco on Tuesday and Wednesday. May 29th and 30th and at Imperial on Thursday, May 31st. The Valley Mercantile Co. has erected an Iron warehouse back of their store In which to keep their heavy groceries and bulky merchandise. Their present quarters are proving too small for their needs and their busi ness is grovlng rapidly. The elegant flag purchased by Mr. J. L. Travers from the proceeds realized from the fir...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

THE NEW YORK STORE Has just received one of the largest shipments of Clothing and 1 Gents' Furnishings ever brought to Imperial Valley. Every- I thing is of the very latest in style, cut, make up, materials and I finishings. . 1 MEN'S SUITS ' MEN'S SUITS I In full Suits and in Two piece Skeleton Suits. We have | the very goods you want and we won't be undersold. In blacks, | navy blues and light grays. Our lines are full. We have your I size and the goods are READY AND RIGHT. In addition to | our very large stock of Summer Suits we have a full line of g Men's Summer Pants in light wools; also flen's White Duck I Pants. We also have the nobbiest things out in a fine line of | Hen's White Duck Shoes. ■ ' -■■■ •' : ; ■ | New Line of Negligee Shirts A New Line of Stetson Hats I In white and colors* all sizes up Cheaper than elsewhere. These || to 17 I=2. We also have Shirts in Hats are not excelled in either quali= | all styles and prices and any amount ty or appearance. Also Hats in fu...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

Wants to See Things Righted. Pasadena, Cal., May 10, '00. Mb. F. 6. Havens, Editor Imperial Valley Presh, Xl Ontro, Cul. I writ«s to acknowledge receipt of Jyour letter announcing t lie discussion of > the questions relating to final proofs, etc. lam glad you are over ready to jblear away the mists ns l»est yon may on nil questions in which the people of 4he Valley are so much interested, hut Especially do I think tho one above mentioned of great importance tons all. I tip not now, and may never, reside in Ottr great, and to be greater, wonder land of the west— but lam interested jn all interests of the Valley in general Lnd the people In particular, more than Jl can possibly tell you. The email 'amount of cash I muy have invested ('with your ' people is indeed of little /moment, but the interests I hold in your people, their prosperity and wel- Icre mako daily draughts on my better i Yon may remember having met my brother Clyde, -of Ranch "La iSombra", and only last month a sist...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 26 May 1906

OUR WATER RIGHTS piny shall "upon demand" perpetually deliver Imperial Water company No. 1 any amount of water not exceeding 4 acre feet per annum for each outstand ing share of the stock of Imperial Water company No. I provided, of course that It should not exceed 400, 000 acre feet per annum. The water to be delivered on the International line and the Sociedad Is to have all the capital stock •of Imperial Water company No. 1 except 2500 shares which were returned to the water com pany. Imperial Water company No. 1 agreed to pay for one acre foot for each share of stock Issued In any event and it was definitely stated that 50 cents per acre, foot should be the price of the water delivered to Imperi al Wa.er company No. I. Also that payment for water rentals should be made on January Ist and July Ist each year. -Provided that for the failure Dy or default of the Imperial Water company No. 1 for a period of 90 days to make any payment of money for de livery of such water after the sa...

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. — 2 June 1906

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VI EL CENTRO'S SUPREMACY Building of Valley's Metropolis Rapidly Pro gressing. Rapid Concentration of Busi ness at El Centro. Many Advan tages Possessed by This Town El Centro Is now the business cen ter of the Imperial Valley. This statement will, no doubt, be a surprise to many people, for the concentration of business at this point has ' been so rapid that very few have been able to keep up with it. During the month just closed, the business of the railroad office at El Centro exceeded that at Imperial by about 25 per cent. That Is, the volume of business handled by the El Centro office exceeds that handled by the Imperial office during the month by about one-fourth. Imperial was aext to El Centro In volume of busi ness handled. The past month, too, has not been a month of extraordinary or unusual shipments. The canta loupe season has not opened yet, and only during the latter part of the month was there any barley or grain ship ments. There was no ext...

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. — 2 June 1906

TO BUILD LARGE DREDGE Werk Commenced this Morning «n a Monster for River Wot* This morning the California Devel opment company begins the construc tion of the great clamshell dredge, the lumber for which has been stacked on the ground at the foot of Main street for several weeks. J. W. Brown of San Francisco, who is to superintend the work, arrived Tuesday night with a gang of fourteen carpenters, and before the end of June this number will be Increased to thirty. It will require three or four months to complete the construction. Trie barge, or hull, of the dredge will be built on the ground immediately beside where the lumber Is piled. The dredge will be of the class known as "clamshell/ and, It Is said, will be the largest of the class ever built. The hull will be 120 feet long. 54 feet wide and )0 feet, 6 Inches deep. The boom, or crane, will have a reach of 150 feet. ALPINE ROOT DIGGERS. Vfceir Work of Dinßfr Hlarh Vp la the Mnnnfninn, Throughout the' trbole «ham of the Alps the...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 2 June 1906

A STORY OF WEBSTER tNE OCCASION WHEN DANIEL WAS DEEPLY HUMILIATED. fen Incident Whlcli Shocked and Snr prlaed Him Into Team — The Admi ration, the Lnyntiy and the Geaer* oattr of 111* Circle of Friend*. The following Incident in tlie life of |)nutol Webster was related to the Writer by the late .lonium Seward: Mr. Seward came to Woburn from Boston in the curly seventies and bought a farm, where he lived until his death In ISBS. lie was a native of the New Hampshire "Peace City," from which place he came to Itoston in early manhood nnd Inter engaged in the Hv try. business off School street, tie was I genial, social, active young man, nnd In a short time tnnny of the business and professional men of the city were bis friends nnd patrons. Daniel Web- Htcr, then in the fullness of his mas terly manhood, was his particular friend nnd most favored patron. One year Webster early engaged to deliver the Fourth of July oration in the city. A public procession was then an Im portant feature o...

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. — 2 June 1906

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRt S S PUBLISHED SATURDAYS. EL CENTRO. CaL. f. G. HAVENS. Editor and Publisher siißscwnnoN Oue Year - - • $1.00 BU Month* .... .50 Three MonUm .25 3inglo Ooniec .... .On ■ . ADVERTISING RATES 1-iiicli % I. on 2to 18 iiu lie* (I column) per Iticli ,78 22){ incluM* (JifpnKe) 16.00 46 inches '(Vt Pfg*) 25.00 ©0 inches (full |mge, 4">.00 WWMch the •übucription date on your paper. The number of our paid circulation will he furnished on application Entered As secoml-cl.i*« matter March 3d, 1906 at the |>f»sloUHeat Xl Cetttrn. California, tinder Ihe Act of Congress of March .1, 1879. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Public Administrator I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of I'nbllc Administrator of San Dlep-o Conntr. subject to the approval of the Repub- lican Countr Convention. P. J. I, A YNK. Por District Attorney 1 liiTcti.r announce myself a candidate for the office of District Attorney of San Diego County, subject to the approval of the Repub- lican County Con...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 2 June 1906

EL CENTRO Tlflß TABLE Holton-lnterurban Railway Company WEST BOUND "No. 1. Leave UoUvitle 7:30 a. m. daily except Sandar N o. 3. Leave Holtville 1 :30 p. m. daily includ ing Sunday RAST BOUNO No. 2. Lr.-ive Xl Centro 9:oo a. m. daily except Bandar No, 4. Leave Xl Centro 3:00 p. m. daily includ ing Sunday . We have never made poor Ice cream and this year It's better than ever. Imperial Drug Co. Ed E. Boyd realty company safi they have land and water stock for sale for $14.00 per acre on the Eastside. D. H. Chaplin was called to Los Angeles on business this week and spent several days away from the Valley Social at El Centro — You are cordially Invited to attend the big hair cutting and shaving contest at the El Centro Barber Shop Free hair cut and shave the 3 1st of this month. Sat / isfaction guaranteed. W. E." DOWNING, Prop. Petitions for the formation of a high school district out of Elder, Sllsbee. Calexico, El Centro, Heber and Alamo school districts are being circulated this we...

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. — 2 June 1906

OUR WATER RIGHTS In order to more fully elucidate the Dolnts referred to in our article of the Issue of May 26th we herewith present both the contracts to which Imperial Wator company No. I is a party. Tiie one of date of April 6th 1900. between Soclcdad de Yrngaslon y Terrenos d> la Baja Cal. forma and Imperial Water > company Numbe r One r«-ds as follows: EX 11 1 BIT "A" Thin Rgrvcinenti made n\u\ entered in to this 6lli clay of April. IMO. l» and Iwtween Soc.iednd dn Yrfigacipii y Ter renomUj InUajrt California (Socjedad Ationirnah " tWfioration duly fonmvl and existing undo? R»d by virtue of the law* of Urn Republic of MeslcoJ party of j the firHt pnrt, and Imperial Water com pany Kani tier oiie,aWrporaUon formed and existing under the lawiof the State of California. United States of America, party i»f tho second part, WitiiWelh : That. Whereas, tho first party is uWoiit [to construct a oanai far the prfrpose of di- ; verting certain waters of ihe Colorado j River to house...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press and the Imperial press. — 2 June 1906

OUR WATER RIGHTS further construction thereof; AND, 'WTIBRKAP, the water* con veyed to party of the first part under said contract "I'xi.ibit H" are the waters to be used by party of the first part in supplying party of the second part with water under this agreement; AND, 4 WIIEHKAB, an a«MM»fiment of $1.00 per share was levied by second , party upon the 6th day June, 1901 ; NOW, THEREFORE, This Agree ment Witnesßeth : / ■ l I It is agreed between parties of the first and second part hereto that said Egreement of April Oth, UKX), "Exhibit hereto, be and the flame is hereby I rescinded and net aside; Provided; how ever, that the recission of such agree ment shall not in any way affect act which may havo been done by eith er of the parties thereto. , i First party hereby agrees upon de mand of second party, to perpetually do liver to second party an amount of water not exceeding four (4) acre-feet of water per annum for each outstanding share of stock of second party ; Provided, iiow...

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. — 2 June 1906

THE FLOOD SITUATION Levees safe, River Channel Cut ting Out a Mite a day and serious danger passed. On last Sunday. May 27. we were at Sllsbee and. of course, could not avoid noting the flood situation there obtaining. At that time we learned that the work of channel blasting had been stopped, as the obstructions had been removed and the water gotten pretty well Into one channel which It ■was eroding very rapidly. At that time the overpour, or head of the channel that was being made, had just reached the north-west corner of section 20, and was still one mile west of the touthern extremity of Blue Lake. It was feared that the channel would carry away Judge Orrlck's house, so parties went in and brought out the effects he had left in the house. His place is the north-west quarter of sec tion 20. Of course the water at Sllsbee. and all along the Elder canal, was the highest It had ever been and nothing but the levees thrown up when the ditches . were dug, and made higher since, kept t...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press And The Imperial Press
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