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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 November 1908

Saturday, November 21, 1908. CITY MAY PLANT TREES All Legal Steps Have Been Taken To Place El Centro Under The Provi sions Of Act Designed To Aid Such Improvements. Xl Cohtro Is now duly empowered to plant trees on its streets under the provisions of an Act of the Legislature which allows such work to be done and thn cost to be charged to the abutting property. The City Trustees, at an adjourned meeting held Tuesday evening, can vassed tho vote cast nt tho special election held on November 11, and de clared the ofllclal count to be 92 votes for and four votes against the propo sition to come under and be controlled by tho Act mentioned above. Tho trus tees declared by unanimous vote that tho city is now under the provisions of this Act % Ordinance No. 22, regulating the grade of streets, curbs and sidewalks was reported by tho City Attorney and road by the City Clerk, and was laid over until the next meeting* of the board. The question of width' of sidewalks was discussed. An applic...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 November 1908

8 SOUTHLAND EDITORS IN IMPERIAL VALLEY (Continued from page 1) Thousand Club gave a reception in Ma sonic Hall. The place was a revelation ad to what can be accomplished In decora tive effects in Imperial Valley. It was pretentious enough to have been de nominated a flower show. Roses and chrysanthemums were used in great profusion; palm loaves and branches of greenery, asparagus plumosus and ferns found frequent place, and a great bank of blooming shrubs formed a screen for the orchestra. Umbrel las covered with floral designs formed the canopies from which refreshments were served. A reception committee stood at the doors and greeted the visitors, while young ladies gave to each guest beau tiful roses. To every lady in the party was presented an unique souve nir — a card upon which was mounted a cotton blossom and a boll of cotton, tied with ribbon and bearing the in scription, "El Centro Cotton; compli ments of the. Women's Section, Ten Thousand Club." These souvenirs were eagerl...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIM. FREE READING ROOM WILL BE OPENED .Fund Subscribed at Public Meeting— Benefit Concert Announced Good foundations for a. free read ing room for El Centro were laid at a mass n! 'btlflg held in Holt Opera House, Sunday night, and in behalf of which all ■ church services were suspended. This movement has'been undertaken by a general committee, which. it is hoped, will eventually evolve Itself into the uucleus of a Y. M. C. A. for this city. At present its activities will bo confined to the establishment' and conducting of a free public reading room, which shall provide an attrac tive place for men and boys to spend their spare moments. The meeting was presided over by District Attorney J. M. Eshleman, and stirring addresses were made by the chairman, J. F. Tout, Dan V. Noland, Prof. G. A. Ragan, and Albert Dur ham. " The general plans of the committee were laid before the meeting and sub scriptions Were a-eked for to sustain ; the work. This resulted In ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

2 AN ERA OF BRIDGE BUILDING ;' County to Provide Passageways Across New River at Points From Brawley to Storm's Crossing. Imperial County has reached the I)r !dße building and the recent HB<tioti of the Hoard of Supervisors will ! Hi/ I1 ''' 1 bridges nt various points ' jwf ).-« New Itiver which will be of ! Bjpiflt convenience to n \nrgo portion Kf the traveling public In this valley, ¥ On December 14, at 10 o'clock, (ho I F board will open bids on bridges *is lOIIO^ B • One nt Thompson's crossing of .Vow Wvcr, northwest of Imperial ; one at , the west end of the r.irdi lateral : one at Storm's Crossing; oik- west of Imperial, near Eighth street; one due north of Draw ley. In addition to this thb the Hoard ! has agreed to furnish to True Wn- 1 cill "and others lumber for construe-! tlon of a bridge across New River on | or near section lines between sec- i tiona 27, 2S, 21, and 22, 1 township lt>j south, range t.°. east, provided those I interested procure easements for a ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

Saturday, November 28, 1908. County Notes IMPERIAL preliminary stops have ben taken (vnrds organizing n lodge of Odd Hows at Imperial. * * tt Die Imperial City Trustees are to iitract on December 2 for electric Jits for the ensuing year. " * * •* VV. D. Conser, one of Imperial's irchants haw been seriously ill for a ek, but is now convalescenL iy ** « " Uthough the size of the Imperial jtftl has been move than doubled ing the past, year, every room has >n kept filled this full. * -X- * Mie Christian Bndeavor Society of i Imperial Christian Church is pre ■ing to givo as a public entertain nt "The Deestrlck Skule". •* tt » 'he Imperial j Christian - Church, ich was the first permanent build erected in the town, is to be re deled and repainted at once. * * * . Henry Wood, expert accountant, i been in Imperial valley the past ;k, installing a new system of book iplng for the Imperial Valley Im vement Company. * -X- * Parents' and Teachers' Association been formed in Imperial to dis s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

4 Imperial VaMey Press * official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centre ' 1 " runusHEiTEv¥ifY~ Saturday. \] VManrror '..••• c - F « Haydcn Editor . .. Allen Kel| y AMoclatt EdUor Lewis Havermale f 1 ; •'•!.'.'■;!! '!!!!!!!!:!!: .' .'.'•.' ;7 '.'.'.'.'! .'.'.' .'.'.' .'.'.'.'.' V..".V.V. '.'.\.7, m 18 2«.» s ■ .;..... •_ i- ••_•••_• m- JTCH THE SUBSCRIPTION] DATS ,ON YOUR PAPER. über of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be application. . ttnnces and communications should be addressed to the Imperial 1 Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the nostofflcc nt. 101 : Ccntro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. HOT WEATHER NO JOKING MATTER. Once upon a time— half a century ago, to be more nearly ex act— there : vras a funny man, who was known as John Phoenix. He was an officer of the army, Derby by name, and he was here in the Southwest with little to do but draw rations and write jokes. He wrote a joke about the climate of Yuma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

Saturday, November 28, 1808. OFFICBRd OF IMPERIAL COUNTY. SupenrlßorA— F. 8. Webster, Sydney Mo Harg, R. 11. Clark, Porter N. Ferguson, 0. il. Wade. • , Judse of the Superior Court — Franklin 1. Cole. District Attorney— John M. EBhleman. County Clerk— D. S, Elder. County Treasurer— Paul lioman. County Auditor— C. P. McClelland. County Assessor— Fred Fuller. County Tax Collector— E. Q. Wright. County Surveyor— l 3. 11. Golnes. County Recorder— John D. Baker. County Supt. of Schools— J. £}. Carr. County Sheriff— Mobley Meadows. . County Coroner— T. J. Mitchell. County Health Officer— Virgil McCombs. Asst. Health Officer— E. H. Sherman. Public Administrator— E. E. Forrester. OFFICERS OF CITY OF EL CENTRO. Trustees —H. A Pearson, J. Stanley Brown, C. F. Buttress, W. O. Hamilton, D. D. Pellet. v City Clerk— F. O. Havens. N City Treasurer— R. E. Jauman. " City Attorney— M. W. Conkllng. City Marshal— C. A. Bradford. City Recorder— J. F. Tout. PERSONALS \W. B. Spencer, of Long Beach, spent ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

6 WONDER STORY NOT HALF TOLD Report to Los Angeles Cham berof Com/nerce on What ||a Mcmbe!" Saw on Trip Imperial / Valley I*^/The Los Angeles Chamber of Com fenmerec takes lively interest in the de £'« yelopment of Imperial county and nev [', <j"r misses the opportunity to acquire the .■"latest information relating to Its af fc* fairs and its commercial possibilities, ••i ; A representative of the chamber ac ■ couipanied the Southern California ed itors on! their recent visit, and when ,' . be returned he made the following report: Wonders of the Valley. '-Mr. Frank Wiggins, Secretary, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, City. > My dear Mr. Wiggins: — I have the honor.*: to report that I 'accompanied the Southern California Editorial Association on its trip to the Imperial Valley ; as representative of • • the ; Los * Angeles Chamber of Com ■'■ merce.. ■}■ I am free to ) say that while I had heard a - great deal of that territory from people who had either visited it, or who are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

Saturday, November 28, 1908. ORDINANCE NO. 22. An Ordinance Fixing the Grade of Btreet«, Curbs and Sidewalks In the City of El Centro, California. The Board of Trustees of the City oi Xl Centro do ordnln aa follows: Section 1. For the purpose of otlan* iiKhlng and designating the official Bfttdol of the streets, alleys, iivonuos, (mbllQ plueos, sewers and other Rnjihss In tlie City of Xl Centro, sea lev«>l Is borohy ,1« «:li>.rod to be the datum iibi.no of said city. and as a permanent bench mark wltliln said city, whose altitude below iea level ban boon ascertained, the Iron fnOTtuniollt of the U. S, Geological .Survey sltuaU'J tlbOUt M feet north and 27 feet weHt of tho Intersection of the liolton Intorurlmn Railway with the east lino of the City of 181 Centro, Is hereby adopted nnd dQfllff* nated us the permanent bench rriarh with in the said City of Xl Centro, and the elovaUitn of said bench mark Is 00 fuel below said datum plane. Boctlon 2. The grade of nil curbs shall bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 November 1908

8 INVOLUNTARY VAORANT9. . Three youths were arrested nt Ira- J p«rlal Junction by Special Ofncer J. C Martin, And brought to Xl Centro Tncßday. The boys were caught ns tboy were attemptlnj, to break through Uio screened window at the Hotel Hoyal Eestaarant, In order to get them selves something to eat, as they were almost famished. Martin took them to the restaurant, where they were fed. Two of the I.ifla are from respectable families lli.Los Angelea, and they had been lu/ed to the valley by reports that rn/ch hands. were In demand at $3 per day. They are anxious to re tuny home, and their parents have hfiyni communicated with by Justice **Tput, who will, order the release of the lads provided they are furnished money to return home. DEATH OF J. I. HATFIELD Joseph I. Hatfleld. a 'former resi dent of Calexico, died nt Lankershim. November 16, of tuberculosis, aged 3H ypars. Mr. Hatflold, who was a native of Ohio, had h<*!<i prominent positions in that, State aa principal of sch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. IMPERIAL LEADS DESERT LEAGUE Four Teams Closely Bunched And All Fjve Closely Matched El Centro Team Loses to Holtville On Errors — Imperial and Calexico Win —Hot Games Scheduled* For This Week — Umpire Question Is Satis factorily Settled. This week finds the baseball situa- tion in Imperial Valley more interest ■ Ing than ever. ■ By defeating Brawley Sunday, while Holtvillo was applying a coat of whitewash to El Centro, Im perial goes into first place. Calexico la second and Holtville and El Centro are tied for third. Brawley, playing good ball, but losing by narrow nlar . gins, brings up the rear. So closely bunched are the teams that the results of this week's games may bring about an entire reversal of positions*. El Centro will play Calexi co at Calexico and with a strength ened team will endeavor to arrest the victorious progress of the Border City nine next Saturday. On Sunday Im perial will play El Centro in El Cen tro, and the fans predict t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

2 HEBER INSTITUTE'S FORMAL OPENING An Important Event in Educa tional History of Impcriaf Valley Distinguished Educators Will Assist Jn Inauguration of Good Work of /the Collegiate Institute Next Thurs day — Program of Addresses and Cer emonies. The formal opening of the Imperial ' Volley Collegiate Institute will be I held at Heber, Thursday, December 10th. The ccrotnonles will begin at \ 2:00 o'clock. In view of the possl- j bllltles of such an Institution, the event will be nlgnificcnt In the his- j tory of Imperial, Valley. The occasion will bo- made memor able by the participation of Bpeakers ! of prominence. Dean E. J. Wlckson, of the University of California, will ' give one of the principal addresses] j As chief of tho agricultural depart- 1 meat of the University, he Is ren- j derlng slgnlflcent service in the com mercial development of the West. President Gates, of Pomona Col- j lege, will give an address on Educa tlon and Citizenship. Mr. Gates has been ; closely allied w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

Saturday, December 6, 1908. I Dunaway's I Drug Store i2O Days More ■ Before Xmas B DO YOU KNOW-It is a poor H Idea to ,w.ait until the last day fm to ninke your holiday purchases. ■ THE THRIFTY SHOPPERS |1 — aro nlready making their bo- ■ lections and having them laid 1 nw!\y. The nicest presents wHJ I not iHHf. long, better get yours | today, It fnuy bo gone tonior- H * " w> i I A KODAK— makes a nloe gift | B to either friends or relatives. We i ■ have a complete stock of Bast- ! ■ mans from $2.00 to $25.00. ' Perfumes WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE IN HOLIDAY PACKAGES 25 CENTS TO $5.00 PER BOT- [ TLE. I I Candy Don't forget U»&t we carry the fln&&t lihe of Chocolates and Bon ttons in the city. BEGIN AT* THE TOP AND ' REAd Carefully Suggestions for Himj MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES. ! HAIR BRUSHES. SHAVING BRUSHES. j TRAVELING ROLLS RAZORS AND STROPS. ] I GILLETT'S SAFETY 'AA2OR ' COLLAR AND CUFF UOXBS CIGAR JARS. SHAVING SETS. SHAVING MUGS S ' POCKET KNlVyjgg BRIAR PIP Jj* WPfcS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

4 Hmpeoall Valley Press __ Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro ' "PUBMSIIED ' BVKttY SATURDAY. Manager C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $ l.wl i Six Mon tli r W Threo Months 2.". Single Copipp .:. . . ■ -_• .0." {^ WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION; DATE, ON |,YOURs PAPERJ Tfoe number of our paid circulation nnd rates of advertising will be furnlsbed on application. /All remittances nnd communications should bo addressed t" the Imperial VaHey Press. ,; . . Entered as second-class matter March 8, 1906, at the postofflce at El i Centro, California, under the act of Congress of. March o, lsTi). SLUMMING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. The Bucoiic'Uplif'ters came to Southern California nnd went slumming in the orange groves of Redlands and Riverside, the j walnut orchards of Santa Ana and the rose gardens of Pasade- j na. They were full of sympathy for the downtrodden farmer j and his workAvea'ry women folks, and they were eager...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

Saturday, Doeenibpr »",'ISOB. t***M^***M**-M *********** IY c Smoke Shop I * EVERYTHING FOR SMOKERS £ * ; i ■ ••] * I , Clgars I • Tobacco t *'• _ • * J Cigarettes % * Chewing Tobacco * I Elc. -■•■vj * Special Music on the Cash.Rci;- * + later for Ladles wlio buy boxes ♦ J of Cigars for their gentlemen'} ♦ friends for Christmas. f ♦ ■ rj • + £ ♦ ♦: ■ ♦ 5 HIT THE PIPE AT 5 I ■ll I Vc Smoke Sbop I ► ft*"' ¥ Classified Advertisements i FOR SALE m r _•(. FOR SALE— IIOO pound mare with two niqhths old colt, three heifers, two fresh, one soon. Reasonable terms. iMrs. S. H. King, El Centro. j 35-tf FOR SALE — 160 acres, fully water stocked; C> miles west of El Centro, all fenced, ditched and bordered and sown t6 barley. Easy terms; see owner on the place, or address Mrs. E. v. Craln, El Centro, Cal. 35-lt* FOR SALE — One young, heavy, JJoT., and China boar. }• Apply ; to N. "S. 1 Hitchcock, Calexico. ; ; 34-tf FOR SAle — Team, wagon and liar- ness, $275. Ask at Press Office. , X,? 6^ 1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

6 IX>VB your p »iio HPfd tuning? See w write the Imperial VRlley Music ; House, Imperial. ijfnncuncementl "■ I • — * . * Permit me to call your atten- J ! t $ tlon to the complotenrsa of my ♦ ,J preparations for holiday shop- $ 1 ♦ ping. Gifts suitable for every J J member of the family are here * ! J f and I ' respectfully urge you to $ ; r make an early inspection and J '< I selection. I w|ll be pleased to ♦ v ■ !• reae/re for you, anything se- * ; i / lected, until wanted. 2 }%s^ * iTjewelry.watches, clocks $ j table silver, diamonds, * Icut glass, rings, $' NOVELTIES. jj{! Practical Presents for Practical J i People ji} my optical depart- * ment, j« J KYLEMACBRATNEY || JEWiLMS *1 *Eb GENtftd, 6ALiF6ftNiIA J We Will fctyYou= She following prices, f.o.b. Los Ange-j 'fe&Nfor all the turkeys you can ship us to arrive on or before December 23rd. HEAVY, Ift TO 20 CENTS. LIGHT* 16 TO 18 CENTS. 'irfaere Is no commission or rake off in dealing with us.' L. L? Ryan & Co. Los...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

Saturday, December 6, 1908. TO RECLAIM LOWER LAND System of Canals to Irrigate Many Acres Submerged When Colorado River Overflowed fo Salton Sea. . The Ilrawli-y News tella of a plan which la well underway for tho pur pose of reclaiming a largo area of fer tile land in tho north end of the imperial Valley and lying westerly from Bern Ice siding, between tho Al amo and New Rivers. This land was submerged during the overflow of the Colorado rivc<r and has been left an almost level plain by the receding of the Salton Sea. The News says: "About the first of March last, C C Howies filed on 10,000 mlnera inches of water in the Alamo Iliver, at a point about 2 miles went of Ik>rnlce and proceeded to survey for a canal through a narrow gap in the banks of tho two rivers that will lead tho wa ter easterly to the bottom lands of the New River, which are two miles wide at this point. Thence westerly and northerly over a delta or gradually sloping ridge built up by tho loamy deposit of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 December 1908

8 KiMSl^rt^^H .. '■ ■ • [By^__ TF*^^ffll Bg||WKa^^^^CTaa^pj SIMON CONOf.'OR'S ROYAL ARAB ACROBATS I (With Richards &. Pringle's Famoua Company) Every claia nf theatrical offtiing appears to have its followers. Some rr.ive Shakespeare and the classics, some the morold problem play, others the farce, some tragedy, some comedy, hut everyone^ almost without exception) loves the Minstrel show. There appears to be some responsive chord; a sort of telcphatlc sympathy, between tho Merry, Mrrry Minstrels und humanity dif- ficult I o understand, and still more difficult to describe. IHit that such a feel- ing exists is amply proven by the lar«;»\ houses that always greet a minstrel company of known reputation and worth. Richards <fe Pringle's Famous Com- pany, tho largest minstrel organization upon the road, undoubtedly the best, and by far the oldest, have been making people laugh for thirty years — over a quarter of a century. You of the youugcr generation ask your grandfather the li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIM. FIRST COUNTY FAIR MAKES GOOD SHOWING Wide Range of Exhibits of Val ley Farm Products and Live Stock, Principal Races, Wild West Sports and Athletic Competitions on Progran for Today— Baby Show This After noon — Visitors From San Francisco. The first Imperial County Fair is now in progress. It is an assured success, a remarkable showing of val ley products, considering the short time given to its collection. Indica tions point to a large attendance, and that this fair will be the forerunner of a series of expositions which shall bring much fame to Imperial Valley producers. The larger part of yesterday was spent in placing exhibits in order, al though early In the day the Ex'hlbitlrm Hall made a good showing. *itus morning every department has its display well placed, and the scope covered by these exhibits is such as to astonish one who bears in mind the fact that Imperial Valley is sim ply emerging from its pioneering days. Live stock, farm products...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 December 1908

2 AUDITOR RESIGNS; APPOINT SUCCESSOR C. P. McClelland Steps Down and L F, Davisson to Fill Unexpired Term. Assistant Expert Accountant Appoint ed by the Board of Supervisors- Water Hearing Continued and Sub poena to Issue for General Mana ger of California Development Com pany. fTho Doard of Supervisors of Imper ial County met at the Court House at El Centro, in regular session, Decem ber 7, all members being present. The report of the Live Stock Inspec tor .was received and placed on file. ' C. A. Dawdy, County Live Stock In spector, was directed to go to Los .Angeles on December 16 at the coun ' ty's expense to confer with the State Live Stock Inspector concerning the . tick situation. A refund of taxes was granted P. { E. Carr on lands which the records show were owned by E. R. Elliott and V. E. Klnnln. The map of C. T. Colliers Orange , Acres subdivision of the northwest quarter of section 6, township 16 south .range 14 east was accepted. A refund of taxes was granted to Southwe...

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