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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 December 1908

Saturday, December 26. IMS. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figures For General Produce and Live Stock As Revised by El Centro Business Houses. As a matter of general interest, The Press gives below the prices current in the local market, as revised by El <3entro business men, and this may be taken as Indicative of general prices prevailing throughout the Im perial Valley. These figures ace the selling prices to consumers: Creamery firsts, butter, 1b 45c 2 1b Roll 85c Eggs, ranch, doz 40c ■California cheese 20c Eastern cheese ij. 25c Celery, head 10c Lettuce, dozen -50c Radish, dozen 50c Dry onions, 7 lbs 25c Cabbage 5c Cucumbers, 2 for .' Gc Carrots, bunch 10c Turnips, bunch 10c String beans 5c Sweet potatoes, 10 lbs. 25c Egg plant, 1b 7%c Bell pepper, Vb 10c Dry Chili pepper, 1b 25c Pears, 1b 5c Peaches, 1b 2%c to 5c Apples, box $1.50 'Grapes, 7 lbs 25c Pineapples, lb 12% c Ouavas, 1b 5c Bananas, doz. ... v ... 30c Cranberries, 20c Tomatoes, fancy, lb 8c ■ Green chili 10c Potatoes,...

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. — 26 December 1908

8 COUNTY FAIR AWARDS Rlbbonc and Premium* Given to Ex hibitor* at the First Imperial Valley Product* Show. f Following is a list of the nwards niftde by committees of the Imperial County Fair Association to Exhibitors at the fair held in El Centro. Poultry. Class I—Rhode1 — Rhode Island Reds— Trio. D. E. Nosier, Ist; W. C. Adler, 2nd; Pair, I* C. Graves, Ist; L. C. Graves, 2nd. Barred Plymouth Rocks, Pen Fowls, P. T. Cunningham, Ist; Pen Chicks, Cephas Ketham, 2nd. White Plymouth Rocks; Trio, Earl HarUler, Ist; W. A. Van Horn, 2nd; Pen. W. .'•'. R. Garey. ' White Wyandottes; Hen, W. R. Garey, Ist; W. R. Oarey, 2nd; Pen, R. A. Clark, Ist Silver Laced WyandoUes,; Trio, Frank Turner, Ist; Mrs. T. P. Force, 2nd; Silver Pencil- ; ed Wyandottes; Clark, Holtville, Ist; Dlack Minorcas; Pen, Earl Hartzler, Ist; Buff Orpingtons; Trio, M. D. Wit ter, Ist; E. R. SUUins, 2nd; Pen, Vic tor Nance, Ist; Victor Nance, 2nd; Pen Chicks, Cephas Ketham, Ist. Black Orpingtons; Trio Victor Nance, Ist Whit...

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. — 2 January 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIM. SUGAR BEET GROWING IN IMPERIAL VALLEY Manufacturers Ready to Instal * Plants When Assured of Sufficient Raw Product Manufacturers of boot sugar, are 'convinced that beets can be grown successfully in Imperial Valley and that the crop may be so handled as to double the. duration of the har vesting season and keep factories in operation at least twice as long as • elsewhere. They are looking to this region for solution of some of the problems that confront them, and there is no doubt that sugar factories ■will be established here, if the farm ers can be persuaded to grow beets in" sufficient quantities. Mr. C. H. Perkins, representing a large Eastern sugar company, recent ly visited the valley to collect infor mation oh the subject of beet-grow : ing. The company has a factory In New york state, erected at a cost of about $1,400,000, which it desires- to move because , the district In which it is located fails to produce . beets ■enough to keep the mac...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

2 Shoe Comfort Sure Comfort _____________________ ■ ~ ; ■ Our line is so big and com- plete that you can find just what you want for any weather wear at very mod- erate prices, kemember we are ♦ EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS buying directly irom the fac- tories in the East. Our Specials — DOUGLAS SHOES • CRAWFORD SHOES We can save, you money and enable you to keen yout feet comfortable. i VALLEY Shoe Store MAIN ST. EL CENTRO Quick Service Skillful Workmen at the EL CENTRO BARBER SHOP L. H. WHITE, Manager. Up-Town Agency, for Imperial* Valley Laundry. Shoes shined. *. * * * #• * #- ■* •£*##•*«# * a I J.L. TRAVERS t * :::::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: * * PIONEER CONTRACTOR * * AND BUILDER. * * Superintended and erected :•: * many of El Centro's most ita- * s(c sis .j. portant buildings. ~■ ■ # * Estimates Furnished. - * * ' * W. J Mitchell Watchmaker Mitchell Concrete Building; Eighth Street, Imperial. A large stock of lady's and gentlemen's watches and chains of the best q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

# Baturday, January 2, 1909, County Notes. CALEXICO J. A. Morrison has resigned as a trustee of the Calexlco school dist rict, but hta Riiccossor lina not yet been appointed. . O. D. Tout has been elected a dele gate to the Supreme Lodge of the Fraternal Urotherhood by the .Calex lco lodge of this order. The Supreme Lodge meets in Los Angeles next March. /» « * "fM, E. and J. O. Greeßou have come to Calexico from Kokomo, Indiana, and will spend the winter here. The for mer was at one time a resident of Calexico. They will seed 500 acres to barley en their holdings, in Water District No.- 6. :r '' . The formal opening of the Wood men'H Hall at Calexico occurred De cember 23. It was largely attended by residents of Calexico, and visitors were present from other valley towns. A musical program was given under the auspices of CftlCX lco Camp. ] ;; V k ' # * # J. IS. ftickards, special agent Of the Bureau of Plant Industry, De partment of Agriculture, has been vis iting Calexico the past...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

4 Imperial Valley Pres# Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centre ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ' Manager C. F. Hayden EdltoF ••.. AUen Kelly Ajtoclate Editor I**'* Havermal* One Year U-JJ Blx Months • ™ Three Months *° Single Copies _._._. . . ._. .^. . .....'. 0° WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates ol advertising will be furnished on application. c ■ ' ' Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congresß of March 3, 1879. ACHIEVEMENT IN RECLAMATION In the January number of the Craftsman magazine, Forbes Lindsay begins a series of articles dealing with the work of the Reclamation Service and attempting to sketch the outlines of irri gation projects generally in the United States. The opening ar ticle is remarkable chiefly for the inadequacy of the writer's in formation and in less degree for the queerness of some of its misstatements. : . Purporting t...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

Saturday, January 2, 1909. CITY AND VALLEY WOMAN'S CULTURE CLUB. The Woman's Culture Club will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mtb. .1. C. Mackin* 'ton. :•: •"•>, ', W. C. T. U. MEETING. • ' The El Centro Union Christian Temperance Union will meet at the residence of Mrs. Webber on Monday J at 3 o'clock. ANNUAL BAR MEETING. ' The annual meeting of the Har As sociation of Imperial County will be held at the Court House at 11 o'clock "next Monday forenoon. COURT HAB A HOLIDAY VACATION The Imperial county Superior Court has holiday vacution until Monday. This will be law and motion day, and probate cases will be' heard. VALLEY PRODUCTS WANTED. • Bring your best specimens of Im perial Valley products to The Press office for display in the Ideal exhibit and for forwarding to the county dis play in the Los Angeles Chamber of * Commerce. . . REDWOOD LATERAL USED. Water was turned Into the Redwood lateral, Wednesday morning, for use in the Mesquite Lake district. Thi...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

6 TALKS CANTALOUPES Woods Explains Refusal to Join, Ex change and Predicts Large Crop. (Chicago Produce News) Hiram Woods, of H. Woods Co., re turned this week from California. lie says he> withdrew from the Imperial Valley federation scheme in order to protect his customers in territory where the federation did not contem plate consigning to the Woods Co., and where, therefore, the company would not represent the federation. Mr. Woods said he did not think that the amendments proposed, giving the Exchange the . right to Inspect all goods shipped through it, ought to. ap ply to contract already secured by him. Also, he objected to the clause requiring that returns on his own -•shipments be made, through the Ex change rather than direct to his own shippers; also requiring his shippers already signed up to stop shipping ponies at the discretion of the Ex change. Mr. \yoods said that when be went \q the meeting be bad the acreage fpr 400 carloads signed, and be fs sanguine' of -secu...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

-Saturday, January 2, 1901, LOCAL MARKET PRICES P.. ... . _ Figures For General Produce Live Stock As Revised by El Centro Business Houses! ,;.';-.■'• , As a matter of general Interest, Tho Press gives below the prices current in the local market, as revised by, Xl Gentro business 1 men, and this may bo taken as Indicative of general prices, prevailing throughout the Inv 'perial' Valley. These figures are the .Boiling prices to consumers: .Creamery firsts, butter, It) . . J . . ,45c ,2 tt> Roll 85c jEggs,' ranch, doz. 40c California cheese 20c Eastern cheese ..* 25c Celery, head '. 10c Lettuce, dozen .. . ; i 50c Radish, dozen 50c pry onions, 7 lbs .•. 25c Cabbage 5c Cucumbers, 2 for ' . . . . Gc Carrots, bunch 10c Turnips, bunch .'.loc ?tr lng beans 5c iweet potatoes, 10 lbs 25c fee ' -plant, Ib . . ," v .' 7MsC pepper, 1b ."" 10c Jry Chill pepper, 1b 25c 'ears, lb ...5c •caches, tb ............. ..2Vsc to 5c apples, box $1.50 trapes, 7 lbs. ; . ... .............. ,25c It'liieap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 January 1909

8 QUAKE WRECKS SICILY Most Gigantic Disaster Ever Known Overwhelms • the Island The greatest earthquake disaster In European history overwhelmed Sicily and southern Italy on the morning of Dec. 28. The city of Messina was ob literated and many other Sicilian towns were almost totally destroyed. The number of persons killed Is es timated all the way from 100,000 to 200 000. The quake lasted twenty-three seconds, and was followed by an in rush of the sea that swept away the ruins and carried ships far inland. Many tourists were buried in the ruins of hotels, and diplomatic officials of many nations are missing. The topo graphy of Sicily and Calabra seems to have been altered tremendously. The hands of all the nations have been extended to Italy In her afflic tion. From rulers have come mes sages of condolence and from the peo ple spontaneous promises of that aid which brings the world closer togeth er in time of calamity. Great Britain, France and Russia have sent their warships quick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. ACCEPTANCE OF RESURVEY OPENS VALLEY UNO TO ENTRY iPlats of Fourteen Townships Sent From Washington and the -Remainder Soon to Follow.— Formal Filing Set for Feb. 23 by Land Office,— Excess Strips Withheld from Entry Pending Legislation to Protect Bona Fide Occupants. . ■/:■ .is■- . In fulfillment of the promise of ad vancement of the work on the plats of- the Imperial Valley survey obtain ed by Senator Flint from the General Land Office, the plats of nine of the twenty resurveyed township's hatfe "been approved and sent to the Los . Angeles Land Office and will be filed .formally, In accordance with the land law, On February 23. , Five other .'plats have been accepted and are on the way' to Los Angeles, leaving six of the resurveyed townships under -consideration in the General Land Of fice. - The nine plats now in Los Angeles, to be filod February 23, comprise the seven townships surveyed under the Vickery contract and- two west of Brawley as follo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

2 Shoe Comfort Sure Comfort ■— s— — ■ — Our line is so big and com- plete that you can find just what you waut for any weather wear at very mod- erate prices. kemember wo are EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS buying directly from the fac- tories In the Bast. Our Specials — DOUGLAB SHOES ; CRAWFORD SHOES We can save you money and, enablo you to keer? your feet comfortable. VALLEY Shoe Store MAIN ST. EL CENTRO Quick Service Skillful Workmen at the EL CENTRO BARBER SHOP L. H. WHITE, Manager. Up-Town Agency for Imperial Valiey Laundry. Shoes Shiiied. ****** *###***-K*#* ! J. LTRAVERS I * : : : :::: :: :::: : :::::::: ::: : : :: : :::, : : :^:::: ; * * PIONEER CONTRACTOR * Z ' ~ AND BUILDER. * * Superintended and erected * * t many of El Centra's most im- * * * .a, portant buildings. , * Estimates Furnished. ■ " * * * ***************** W. J Mitchell Watchmaker Mitchell Concrete Building Eighth Street, Imperial. A large stock of lady's and gentlemen's watches and chains of the best quality, at very ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

|B«Uu'dii>, January 9, 1909. 4SJI-43JH jXpffee" I ilust Coffee, but perfect I Coffee. i Your trocer will grind it- better »f ground ' at horn*— not ) 100 fine.-: »jn_ i . l»M»i>i>ir|i»>M'M»»».M 1»»»1 »»»> t^ IVe SmdkcfSbopl It Your Favorite Brand of .: [I Smoking or Chewing J t;.,. Tojb_acco.__ > ; £ Line of Cigars and | i Cigarettes. $ < • ■ . . • « ! ■■ - ■ - • ■ ■ ■ 2 | Pipes of All Kinds at i ■J T ' ■ • . ♦ n : Moderate Prices. $ f:!' : ' ' , t ft Every Smoker's Wants $ : Supplied at , * R■" : | \ pY^ Smohe Sbop | [jfl' ■' ; .'' , . , %> IjiA Real | ilStiap m n\ ?>2O acre- assignment in N6. 8, j ■j v, only one mile from Townsite ■j "now being graded, 8 miles l| from Brawley; 160 acres very Ij >;pft land and 160 acres- of ■( medium soil; SO acres leveled; II first proof just made; on large m canal,:- delivery gate in.. All B can be prepared for cultiva- Ij tion at small expense. Price X for few days only $10 an acre. H EARL C. POUND, Bank Bldg., H Br...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

4 Impeoal Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial Countyjnd CJty of EJCentrj* ' "PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Associate Editor .^.^ HI 1 ,, Lew " H>vermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year • 1 -J{' Bix Months ™ Three Months *5 Single Copies \V?.± I#'1 # ' VJ 11 * J .' • '° 5 WATCH THESUBSCRIPTiONDAf E*ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. _____ All remittances and communications should be addressed io the Imperial Valley Press. ' Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906. at the postofflce at .El Centra, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. LAND BLOCKADE RAISED. Thanks to the persistence of Senator Flint, who acted prompt ly and energetically in response to the appeal of the El Centro Ten Thousand Club on behalf of the settlers of Imperial Valley, plats of the resurvey have been completed , and approved at least three months earlier than they would- have been. had the matter not been taken up by th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

Saturday, January 9, 1909. IMPERIAL COUNTY HP IHP V r 1 O EIBI V 1 JL JL JL JLi BmJL \J :^;?- , n — A complete search of all records by the most compe tent and experienced searchers. We GUARANTEE the title of your property with a paid up capital of $25,000 00 backed by the Abit. act. Title and Trust Ccmprny of San Diego, capitalized at $250,000.00. IMPERIAL VALLEY ABSTRACT TITLE AND TRUST CO. Telephone Main 9. El Centro, California CITY AND VALLEY VITAL RECORD. . Born— To Mr. and Mrs. M. Harris of Calexico, December 25, a daughter. MEETING OF LADIES' GUILD. The Ladies' Guild of the Presbyter ian Church will meet next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dan V. Noland, on the south side of Commercial street, near Sixth street. BOXING CONTEST .POSTPONED The twenty round boxing contest between Billy DeCoursey and Chick Reeder scheduled in El Centro for January 16 has been postponed. to Tuesday! January 19. Both DeCour f-ey and Reeder are now actively training and a f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

6 •XDVeRTISEMBNTS. ORDINANCE NO. 31. An Ordinance of the City of El Contro. [ Declaring Ita Intention to Improve ■ I Portion of i.roadway (Street) In Said I City by the Conatructlon of a Cement , Curb Thereon. The Honnl t>f Trustees of the City of El Centro do ordain as follows: Section I.— That the public interest nnd ronve"nlence requires and It is tlie Inten- tion of the Board of Trustees of the City of El Centro to provide by proper ordinance that the following Street ■work be dohe to-wit: I That a cement curb be constructed along both siues of Broadway (Street) In said City, from a i>olnt CO feet west of the lnter-Callfornla Hallway' Cos. right of way to the e.ist line of Seventh str et 'in said City (excepting along such por- tions of the line of the said Street, upon which a cement curb has. already been constructed on the official line and grade 'and In accordance with the official specl- | flcatlon for constructing cement curbs, I and . also excepting Street Internee ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

Saturday, January 8, 1909. LEGAL ADv-ERTisEMENTa; ORDINANCE NO. 34. An Ordinance of the City of El Centro, Declaring Its Intention to Improve' a j - Portion of Broadway (Street) In Said •City by the Construction 'of 4 Cement Side-Walk Thereon. ■ The Hoard of Trustees of the City df ;E1 'Centro do ordain as follows: Section 1. — That the public Interest and public convenience requires and it ia tin- Intention of the Board of Trustees of •■the City of Xl Centro to provide by proper ordinance that the following Street work be done to- wit: That a cement side-walk 6 feet In vwldth bo constructed along both sides ■of : that portion of Street In ■aid City ot El Centro extending from Fourth Street to Sixth Street (excepting -such portions of said Street between said x points along which a cement side-walk 5 feet In width has been constructed ''on <the official line and grade, and also excepting Street intersections) said side- walk to be constructed In accordance 'with said grade, and i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 January 1909

8 COUNTY BOARD'S NEW CHAIRMAN Reorganization for New Year Effected at Last Monday's Session— Big Grist of Business Finished Supervisor R. H. Clark Given Position of Honor by Unanimous Vote of Fellow Members— Verde School Bonds Ap proved. The Board of Supervisors of Imper ial County met at the Court House in El Centro at 10 o'clock on the fore 4, and after reading and approval of the minutes of the last meeting, the report of the County Live Stock In spector was received and filed. The County Surveyor was directed to prepare maps required by the Coun ty Assessor. The Board then proceeded to elect a chairman for the ensuing year. Su pervisor Clark nominated Supervisor Ferguson, and Supervisor Ferguson nominated Supervisor Clark. Super visor Clark receiving the. largest num ber of votes, he was declared elected. A vote of thanks was tendered Su pervisor Webster for his faithful per formance of duties as chairman for the past year. The Board ordered the purchase of ten cords of wood at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 16 January 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. NO VACANT LANDS FOR SPECULATORS of Entry Offers No Opening for Gamblers in Imperial Valley Misconceptions of Effect of Survey Ap proval Corrected — Means Only That Reclaimers of Land May Proceed to Perfect Title Under Desert Land Law. • Misconception of the effect of jlc ■ceptance of surveys and restoration ■to entry of desert lands In Imperial Valley has been oufsidje of the valley, and most of the Los Angeles newspapers have assumed 'that there will be a stampede of lo cators into Imperial Valley. The Times endeavors to remove the er roneous Impression made upon the public mind by incorrect statements -of the case, and. says : "Judging from some of the inquiries that have reached the Land Office in the past few days, many have entirely misunderstood the reason for making the survey. They apparently expect that large tracts of valuable land will be thrown open to the public in a man ner similar to the opening of Indian reservations. Ever since it w...

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. — 16 January 1909

2 Shoe Comfort Sure Comfort Our line Is so big and com- plete that you can find just what you want for any weather wear at very mod- erate prices. kemernber we are EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS buying directly from the fac- tories in the Bast Our Specials — DOUGLAS BHOES CRAWFORD SHOES We can save you money and enable you to keei) your feet comfortable. VALLEY Shoe Store MAIN ST. EL CENTRO Quick Service Skillful Workmen at the EL CENTRO BARBER SHOP L. H. WHITE, Manager. Up-Town Agency for Imperial Valley Laundry. Shoes Shined. •a****-************, ** J. L TRAVERS I * :::: : ::::::: : : : :::::::::: : ::::::::::-::::::: ; :: ;; * * PIONEER CONTRACTOR * * AND BUILDER. * * * * Superintended and erected * * many of El Centra's mo3t iru- * £ portant buildings. * Estimates Furnished. * * * The El Centro Market R. M. DAVIES, Propr. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEATS Choice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Hams, Bacon, Lard.* Sueteae. Domestic and Wild Game. We aim to fill your vtats using only the BBST aad de- BYerta...

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