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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 February 1909

Saturday, February 20, 1909. County Notes BRAWLEY Kflpld progress is being made on the rebuilding of Hotel Bungalow. It is expected the new section will be ready for use by April 1. * * * The Hrawley Baptist Church is to bo erectecJ at the corner of Third nnd 1 streets. The first 'payment hns been mode on this property. # * * A Sunday school institute was held in. the llrawley Presbyterian Church Friday, afternoon and evening of last week,, and attracted a large attend- •tt * * . Grading for the approach to the River Drive bridge acrosß New River has been making good progress tije past [week. This work is donated by land-owners of the vicinity. * * * Property owners hi the district be tween D and E Streets, Imperial av enue and First street, are petitioning to have a $1000 building restriction placed on all the property of this dis trict. * * •* New Hall in Brawley will be hence forth be known as , Masonic Hall, the local Masons having secured a long lease on the property. The hall....

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. — 20 February 1909

4 •Imperial Valley Press Official Newtpaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra PUDUBIIBD KVERY~BATCItD~AT. Manager C. F. Haydtn Etfßor ..'... ' Allen Kelly Aeaoelate Editor Lewie Havermale BUBSCRfPTI6N Bii Montha r>o Three Months » .2.*. Blnglo Copies 05 WAfCH~THB BUBBCRIPTI6N~DATB ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and ratea of advertising will be farnlshed on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Vafley Preca. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Castro. California, under the act of Conprow of March 3, 1879. THE WELLBORN DECISIONS. j Judge Wellborn's reversal of his opinion on the validity of water contracts in Imperial Valley will tend to remove from the minds of settlers the fear of a general disturbance of conditions a»d endless litigation between the companies supplying water. Although the previous action of the court did not affect the relations between mutual companies and ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 February 1909

BahirOar. r-bniflry 20, 1909. THE WEATHER Following is the temperature and minimum humidity rt-cord for El Cen trd for the past week: Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum. . 13 69 49 18 14 72 60 12 15 73 48 13 llj; 74 40 11 17 ! 75 -44 12 18 75 46 14 19 80 . 44} 0 WATEk IN THE RIVER. Mean , dally gage heights end dis charges of tho Colorado Rlvor 'at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, February 13, 1909:' Date Gage Height Discharged ! 7 19.86 14,400 . 8 19.75 14,000 i , » » . . . 19.70 12,300 !•'....... 19.65 11,900 11 19.70 12,000 I 12.....: 19.70 12,000 13 19.90 13,800 FRANCIS L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. I COMMON CARRIER BILL KILLED Sidney McHarg, president of Water Company No. 1, who has been ha Sac ramento to protest against the pas sage of the bill providing for mutual water companies be.lng termed com mon carriers, sends word to the val ley that the Assembly Committee on Irrigation has decided to report against the passage of the bill. BEEDLING STOCK FOR BUDDING. Seedling n...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 February 1909

6 SUPERVISORS VISIT RIVER. Cenftr With Board of Yuma County and Inspect Indian Reservation and Laguna Dam Country. The Imperial County Board of Su pervisors and members of the County Highway Commission started from El Centro on Tuesday afternoon on a journey to the Colorado River re gion and. a conference with the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County, Ari • 8o»n, regarding matters which affect both that county and Imperial. Wednesday was spent at Yuma, and the subject of a wagon bridge over the, Colorado Rivtr, to<connnect Yuma a»4 Imperial County was looked in to. The matter of care of indlgents from 'the Imperial county side of the river at Yuma was also considered. It appears that Yuma has a complaint to make that it has been forced to care for various indigent cases which of right should have been this coun _ty's burden,. as the cases were those 'of men picked up along the line of the Southern Pacific on the went sido of the Colorado River. An amicable adjustment of the troubl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 February 1909

Saturday, February 20/ 1 901*. MET A HORRIBLE DEATH Capt. Beatty, One Time Promoter of a Valley Canal Scheme, Scalded In Hotel Bath Tub. Capt. J. C. lleatty, some ynnra ago associated with George W. Norton, present member of the Arizona I^egls *Vature, in the promotion of an Imper ial Valley canal scheme which was to divert water* from the exact spot •whore is now located I,aguna Dam, recently met a horrible death In Den ver by being scalded while in a bath tub. 1 His dnath occurred at the Hrown Palace Hotel. Capt. rfcatty wont to * his room and after getting into his bath tub hi some manner accldently turned on the boiling water and wa« overcome before he. could turn it off. The body when discovered several hours later wan literally cooked. Capt. Ueatty was a widely known promoter, aud had been the moving spirit in many largo enterprises/ He was over seventy years of age, and while at various times he had accum ulated large amounts of money, at the time of his death his estate was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 20 February 1909

8 SEWER CONTRACT DEFERRED City Trustees Again Postpone Action on B ; d* — Oment Inspeotor Ap- pointed. The Roard of City Trustoea of Xl Ontro mot ftt the City Hall at 7 :■*>(> O'clock on the evening of February 12, »H members being i>r»n r !nt. Blda for the construction of tho Xl Centro sewer system, na Aumtnarigod by the City Nnßlnoor,' were road n« Frlck & Ware, $20,4*4.67; J. I) Kneen, $26,404.75; Arthur Dent, $2C>, 854.60; M. N. Maginovlidi. $2R,901.!f.; C. D. Stevens and U. C. lioweil, ?27. 250.25; C. E. Hubbcll. ?28,340.fi0. Tho matter of awarding the con 4 tract for sewer construction was de ferred to the next regular meeting of the Board, and Sewer Commissioner W.O.Hamliton was Instructed to secure options on the right of way and oa tho .land necessary for a sewer farm. In the meantime. The City Clerk presented communi cations from various Los Angeles bus iness men and firms concerning the reliability of Frlck & Ware, lowest bidders for the sewer contract...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. RESTORATION TO ENTRY DELAYED NINETY DAYS Existing Claims Must Be Ad justed to the Re- Survey. Explicit Instructions From Commis sioner Clear Away Appraent Incon sistency In Notices Sent From Land Office to Imperial Valley. • iAHt Saturday,, after the Fress ol that date had been issued, the fol lowing telegram was received from tho Laud Office and was posted on the bulletin board: Los Angeles, Cal., 20, Imperial Valley Press, El Centro, Cal. Telegram received this morning by Los Angeles land office reads as fol lows: "Allow no entries in township 13 south, ranges, 12, II!, 15 and 16 ■east; township 14 south; ranges, 15 and 16 east; township 15 south, ranges 15 and 16 east, and township 1.6 south; range 16 east, S. B. M. un fci further instructions. Acting Commissioner. ,'. Thin has the effect of suspending /all townships covered by what was ito have been the restoration of Feb ruary 23rd. Please give this as wide publicity as possible. FRANK C. PRKSC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

2 (Q^ J (Qj^ JSj^ j^[ J[ jj (^ w^wmmmmmm, I '"THE carpenters are engaged to improve our Store room by putting in a new plate glass front. We musl .. J get our merchandise out of the way for the improvement. $1 5,000 worth of the world's best mer- , chandise for men and boys to be distributed to the people for less than the actual cost of the raw material.. j Never before have the people of this valley had an opportunity to get such high class goods for so little ' money. Remember the date. Sale begins 5 *5 and will continue for seven days if the goods hold out that long. The entire stock will be on sale without 5 2g reserve and without limit. Mr. Meserve, proprietor of the House, will be here in person to superintend j the sale. Watch for our circulars giving the list of bargains. Come yourself and bring the boys and par- , « sh! ticipate in one of the greatest bargain feasts ever spread for the people of this valley. , c %^mmmm^mmmStore Closed Monday and Tuesday to Mark Down Goodsl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

iturday, FVbrunry 27, 1909. County Notes TER DISJRICT NUMBER SIX u'.i ;Vtrong leaves this week for lie, and' Jntondß to make bin homo mho. * * * Ie hundred and sixty acres of on the Piorson ranch Is being 6. f eucalyptus. . Ji. 4i JL W, lirocktnnn has come down ia).s Angeles to spend several In superintending improvements In ranch. * * * recent newcomer to Water Dla- Ko. 6 Is Mr, Lowry oC Kansas, purchased land and will make ;oni,. hrro. •«■ * * ÜBtees of the newly organized it Signal school district are James •ullnian, William Stockton and A. L. Preston. I* * * neighborhood celebration of hlßgton's Birthday was held at home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. L A patriotic programme was ored. CALEXICO. I. Maston has been hi Los An ! to receive treatment for his * .* * as. Jackson has returned to Cal ) after a two months' sojourn in nada. * * # Ie Southern Pacific is selling old oad ties to Calexico residents for as fonce posfit and fuel. •* * * veral men have been wqrklng Volcano Lake the past t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro '"*- PIfmBHBD"i^RY~^TURbAY." — - — Manager „ * C. F. Hayden* Editor Allen Kelly; Associate Editor Lewis Havermale I ; SUBSCRIPTION , One Year $1.00 .Six Months •. f.O Three Months ' 2fi Blngie Copies ** 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATS ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be j furnished on Application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial ! Valley Press. j Entered as second-class matter March 3. 190,6, at the postofllce at 101 j Ccntro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ONLY A PASSING SQUALL. It is deplorable that agitation of the liquor question arouses violent animosities, causes citizens to forget the common good and the neighborliness that brings them together in the building up of a town and divides a community into bickering, gossip ing, unreasoning factions, but that is invariably the result of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

Saturday. February 27, 1909. THE WEATHER A shower of eight luindredths of an inch on the 21st brought the Reason's total precipitation oil to 1.17 inches. Following I h tho record for (lie week: LMr ' Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum. (I .0 ■ 70 62 9 21 02 49 22 22 G2 42 8 2?, C 2 41 G 24 f.;S .".5 10 25 66 38 19 26 70 42 16 WATEK IN THE R VER Mean daily gage hclghtu and dis charges of tho Colorado River at Yuina, Arizona, for tho week ondlng Saturday, February 20, 1909. Date Gage- Height Discharge February 14 19.80 11 ,400 February 15 1 9.90 11,400 February 10 20.10 l-'.OO'J February 17 20.0i> 11,800 February 18 20.50 13,500 February 19 20.35 12,800 February 20 20.30 12,800 FRANCIS L. SELLBW, Project Engineer. OFFICERS OF CITY OF EL CENTRO. Trustees —H. B. Pearson, J. Stanley Brown, C. F. Buttress, W. O. Hamilton, D. D. Pellet. City Clerk— F. a. Havens. City Treasurer — It. B. Jauman. City Attorney— M. W. Conkllng. City _iar»hal — C. A. Bradford. City Recorder— J. F. Tout OFFICERS OF I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

6 TRAFFIC LEGISLATION Bills in the Legislature to Increase Power of Railroad Commission. The traffic bureau of the San Fran el»eo Merchants Exchange calls the, Attention of producers and shippers to proposed legislation affecting trans portation In t llis State. Two bills purporting to give the necessary powrr to tho Hoard of State Railroad Commissioners to afford re lief to tbe shipping community as in tended by tho framers of the State Constitution are now being considered In the Senate. The first, Simato Rill N«. 27, known as the Stetson Bill, pre pared by tho Attorney General of the State hi conjunction with a Commit too of the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, is endorsed as affording the greatest measure of relief that can be obtained under the present provisions of the Constitution of the State of California. It gives the Commission power to fix rates, to prevent discrim inations, unjust practices and rebat iiur, • and provides penalties therefor. Tho Wright Bill has the ap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

Saturday, February 27, 190 J. AIDING AGRICULTURE Appropriations by Congress May Open Way for Experimental Work In Imperial Valley The Agricultural Appropriation i:i". sis reported to' thfl Senate f l> ! first of thin week, has many items of Intercut, to the I'nc'flc Conut, several whlci arc of particular interest to ImnerUl -Valley. It i» possible that at. lout two of these proposed appropriations and probably more, will bo of direct boiicflt. to this vnlley, and tlr.i tlio ex periinoufH proposed will be carried on here. These are th» propoaod breed ing of new Ktrnlns or cotton fur th • arid Southwest, and the cstao'lshinont of stations for the culture :>nd study ■of the pbitnche nut 1 ? and tho culture and study of life tol-iory of the date palm. -Aixiouk the proposed .ipproprla tions are the following: • Improvements of methods ot pack ing and shipping California orangey and deciduous fruits, $22,000; Improve ment of fruit storage methods, $7,000; ■eradication of pear blight...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 February 1909

8 AWARD OF CONTRACT AGAIN DEFERRED Bidders On Sewer Must Wait For Arrival of Bond Money. The Board of Trustees of tho city of El Centro met at the City Hall at 7;M o'clock on the evening of Febru nry 2H, all members being present. The minutes of the meetings of Feb ruary 9, 12. 17, and 20 were rend and approved. A report was received from Sower Commissioner W. O. Hamilton, which, in substance, was to the effect that no progress had been niade on se curing tho right of way for the sewer, owing to. the absence to the City At torney; that people were ready to 6lgn the necessary papers if they were presented to them .but that tho. City Attorney has failed to prepare the papers. Furher consideration of sewer mat ters was laid over until the meeting of the* Trustees on March 5. Library Commissioner H. B. Fear son presented a report to the effect that Andrew Carnegie offers the city of. El Centro $10,000 for a library building, providing the city will ar range for a $1,000 maintenance fund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. MAN WHO FORGOT PART OF HIS LIFE A Remarkable Case of Partial Obliteration of the Memory. D. B. Wyandt, of El Centro, Was Mer chant of Stockton— Recognizes His Wife Only as a Girl He Knew Years Ago — Reunited by Chance Recogni tion of Acquaintances. A remarkable case of amnesia or lapse of memory, presumably induced by a blow on tho head, is that of D. R. Wyandt, business man of El Centro for the past nine months, who-pre vious to coming to El Centro was a dry goods merchant at Stockton, and who declares he has no recollection of that period of his life. Wyandt has a wife and three-year old daughter, but did not know it until Mrs. Wyandt arrived In El Cen tra Thursday forenoon. Wyandt was taken to see his wife, and remembered her as a girl he had known several years ago, but could recall nothing of their marriage. Incidents of his life in Stockton suggested to him bring no responding recollection. A complete lapse of memory concerning that per iod of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

2 IMPROVE GROUND OR ABANDON SHE Donors of Land For a County Building May Get It Back. Matter Made Special Order For Next Meeting of QupervUorn — Plant Or dered For Alamo River Bridge on Keystone Road — Position on Yum.i Bridge Defined by Resolution. The" Board of ~ Supervisors of Imper ial County mot at the. Court House in El Centro at 10 o'clock a. m. on March 1, all members being present. The minutes of the meeting of Feb ruary 15 were read and approved. The reports of C. A. Dawdy, County Live Stock Inspector; Dr. Virgil Mc- Combs, County Physician, and W. E. Wilsle, County Horticultural Coroml ploner, were received and filed. The requisition of tho County As sessor for a set of plat books of Im perial County, according to the new Government survey was allowed. The American flag presented by Jas per L. Travers was accepted by the Board of Supervisors, on behalf of Imperial county, and a letter of thanks was ordered prepared by the clerk of the Board. The requisition of the County ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

Saturday, March 6, 1909. County Notes □ RAWLEY \':' J. ;K. Arnold, of WIoRt, h.™ as his guest his brother from Mexico. * ■* # Many trees are being planted on | Urawley residence lota and on many Gtreets of this city. * * * The rebuilt Hotel Bungalow is near- Ing" completion find Mils week the ce ment, contractors have been construct ing the sidewalks around the block. * # ♦ Within the last two weeks of Fob runry, twenty-six btiHlne.sa and resi dence lots were wold in Brawley, mak ing a total of 110 lots which have changed hands since the beginning of the year. * •* * Q. W. Denuey has moved to his ranch in Water District No. F>, and has received a carload of lumber for the erection of a house on the place. He iw putting tho entire ranch tinder cultivation. * * # The Moore Brothers of Brawley, have secured a large contract for grading of lands Just below the inter national border, in Mexico. They sent their extensive outfits down during the past week. * * * J. W. Galbraith and H. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

4 Imperial Vaflley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra ~~p\mu&iim) iljver/ y~s aturd a yT Manager C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewis Havermale ~" SUBSCRIPTION" One Year ! $1.00 HI x Months M) Three Months 25 I Single Copies . 05 ■ " WATCHTHB SUfisCRIPfION DATE 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 to the Imperial I Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at 131 Centre, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE WAY TO MAKE GOOD TIMES If there is any economic merit in the theory of protection, the principle is applicable to the business affairs of a new community as it is to the larger concerns of a country having "infant indus tries" to foster and encourage. It is not possible to protect the home industries and the commerce of a town by putting duties...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

Saturday, March 6, 1909. THE WEATHER During the month of February tho ighest temperature at El Centro was, 0 degn cs, the lowest maximum wu.t 2 degrees, and the lowest minimum /as UK degree*. Tho mean maximum /as Oft degrees, mean minimum 45 egrees, menn dally range 23 degrees, 'he average mini mum humidity was 8 per, cent, the greatest being 51! ml the lowest, o. The rainfall for he mouth was eleven hundredtbs of n inch, making a total of 1.49 Inched or the reason. There were 2rt clear ays, eight being partly cloudy, and here was one windy day. Following Is the record for the first vo days In March: >ate Max. Tern. Mill. Tern. Hum. 1 78 52 20 2 79 52 21 C 75 . 52 14 WATCH IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gage heights and din harges of tho Colorado River at 'ana, Arizona, for the week ending iaturday, February 27, 1909. Date Gage Height Discharges 'ebruary 21 20.15 12,300 'ebruary 22 20.20 12,500 'ebruary 23 20.30 12,2')0 'ebruary 24 20.46 13,700 'ebruary 25 20.75 16,800 'ebruary 26 20.2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 6 March 1909

6 fubbell Constru&ion Company C. E. HUDDELL, Mgr. a»p are prepared to handle all kinds •f cement work. Sidewalks, curba and concrete construction. Kstlmates furnished on sewers and «irt excavating. HUDDELL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. Vc Smohc Shop f : : I Your Favorite Brand of * Smoking or Chewing £ : Tobacco. * i * Select Line of Cigars and ♦ ; Cigarettes. $ \ ? ! Pipes of All Kinds at I ' ' ;•- Moderate Prices. * : I -'■; ; Every Smoker's Wants $ ' ; Snpplied at J Ye Smoke Shop I I BEIN Black Jack, 15% hands, seven years old; will make the season 5% miles west of El Centro. 2 miles north of Silsbec, at U. S. Handley's ranch. Sea- son 512.50. Can show colts and year- lings by this jack on the ranch. 48-4 L U. S. HANDLEY Duke of Belmont This fine, young, standard- trcJiuig stallion, one of the most pfarfect specimens of horse flesh in Southern Cal- ifornia, will make the season as follows: Saturdays at the Southwell Brothers' Stable, Imperial. Fridays at the Franklin Stable, El Centr...

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