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

Saturday, March 27, 1909. County Notes CALEXICO. Calexlco citizenß are petitioning the •City Trustees to have Imperial avenue e^ewnlkod from the business section to the city limits. 0. B. Tout has tendered his resigna tion as City Clerk of Calexlco. Appli cants for the position are .1. 11. Hoff man and Z. Frank Little. ♦ * # A. P. McDonald, of Plnos Wells, New Mexico, will ship G.OOO sheep from that place to Imperial Valley this spring, and place them oti lands In Water District No. 6. * * •> At its last session the Board of City Trustees held a conference with rep resentatives of the Imperial Valley Im provement Company regarding an im provement in Calexico's water sys tem. It Is expected that a cement reservlor will be constructed on the banks pt New River, so that it may be flushed frequently, with drainage Into the river.' : BRAWLEY Andy Bodine is building a large ad dition to his residence in Ilrawley. i* # ♦ "'Mr. and Mrs. \V. D. Hole have re moved from Brawloy to Los Angel...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 March 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro *"~~ PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Manager c « * Ha Jf d , e , n fcdltor ,••■■ AMen Kelly AaaoelaU Editor Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION , One Tear * l f» f«x Months ™ Tferec Months *» Mngle Copies ....... .^. .... • • ; ••••/" """"" > w "WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be famished on application. ; All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial [ Wiley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, U>o6. at the postofflce at El Owtro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. HARRIMAN'S INTEREST IN IMPERIAL VALLEY At a reception given to E. H. Harriman by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce last Monday, speakers urged the need of Los Angeles for a better railroad station building and reminded Mr. Harriman that Los Angeles had tried to influence Congress to reimburse the Southern Pacific ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 27 March 1909

Saturday. March 27, 1009. THE WEATHER The fringe Of the big storm on Ihrl oast fell over Imperial Valley lam j lunday find Monday, and on Monday Ight there was n lively thunder storm dth rain and hail. The rainfall was ">3 of an inch, making a total of 2.10 aches for the season. Eollowlng Is the record of tempera ure and humidity for the past seven lays: >ate Max. Tern. Mm. Tetn. Hum. 20 70 46 17 ' 21 71 48 20 22 68 • 49 60 23 63 45 31 24 65 39 24 25 , 71 46 20 26 76 47 24 WATEI" IN THE RIVER. Nma 4a!ly c»C* heights aad dU ftarfe* of tbe Colorado Hirer at rama, Arttoaa, for tbe week ending laturday, Mnrch 20, 1909. Date Gafe Height Dltchargea rlarch 14 20.85 16,600 *arch 15 20.90 17,500 larch 16 20.90 17,500 flarch 17 21.06 18,700 torch 18* 20.85 ' 17,200 klarch 19 20.80 16,100 tfarch 20. 20.85 16,500 niANCIS L. BBLLBW. Project Bngtaeer. SHAKESPEARE DAY. Voman's Culture Club Will Discuss Bard of Avon Next Thursday. An invitation i» extended to the iterary section of the Woman'...

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

6 HELPFUL TO FARMERS Practical Advice Given By Experts With the Demonstration Train. The expert*, who talked to farmers at the meetings held In valley towns during the tour of the Southern Pa cific's demonstration train, gave prac tical advice and valuable information, and it was regrettable that more farm ers did not attend the meeting nt tko Opera House In El Centro. Prof. Majors, of the department of animal Industries of the State Uni versity, told what is being done to teach students how t6 select, breed aid care for animals, and advocated practical instruction along that line Id public schools. He gave Imperial Valley farmers some practical advice on the breeding and feeding of swine, ■telling them that alfalfa does not pro dace good, firm pork and that Cali fornia hogs are in many ways infer ior to Kansas and Colorado animals. The Deputy Horticultural Commis sioner having charge of quarantine matters in San Francisco spoke of the danger of introduction of insect pests aid the ...

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

Baturd*jr, March 27, 1 >O*. APHIS DESTROYERS COME. Million* of Lady Bugs Set at Liberty In Imperial Valley. Millions of lady bugH have been (Urned loose in Imporial Valley tho past two weeks, to make vigorous war or the melon aphla. It is expected that the depredations of this army of lady bugs will keep the aphis pest down to a condition where the can taloupe growers will note but little damage to plants. This wan one of the practical re sults of tho recent visit of the demon stration train. Prof. Kdward K. Carnes, who is in churge of the in secretaryof the University of Califor nia, and who accompanied the parly on this train, brought the supply of bugs to the valley and liberated quan tities of them at each slopping place. He states that placing the lady bugs in this field at. such an early stage will be of great benefit to the melon and vegetable growers, an the bugs will at once begin the attack on the larvae of the aphis, at which period they get in their most effective wor...

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

8 TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS Local Chamber of Commerce ■ Plans For Greeting to Los Angeles Folk Bound For Laguna Oam. 'An Important meeting 'of the til Centro Chamber of Commerce *»» held at the City Hall. Wednesday ntfijit, .and plans wore made for fur ther publicity for the city through various channels. One of the moat Important matters discussed waa the entertainment' of the Los Angeles excursionists, who will swing down through Imperial Val ley on a tour of inspection while on their way to the Laguua Dam cele bration at Yum a. This is to be au excursion In charge of the Los ' A ngeles Chamber of Commerce — and mat means thai It will be a large body with many representative men In the party. The excursionists will be in El Cen tro about midday. The plans for en tertainment, after a general discus sion, were placed in the hands of a committee composed of Dr. J. C. Blackinton, Dan V. Noland and C. K. Paris, and they are to report their arrangements at a meeting of the Chamber to be hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VIII. SIEGEL SKINNER'S ROW WITH OXFORD Contestants Fall. Out and Dis close Their Methods «of Operation. Trial of Skinner on Charge of Destroy ing a Bhack Upon Disputed Claim Brings Partial Exposure of the Con test Business and Makes Donny brook Fair of the Court. . Exposure of tho operations of the Skinner-Oxford combination of land jutnpers<*was the intoreating feature of la.* trial before a jury In Justice Tout's court thla week. The case was a charge of malicious mischief against Sigel E. Skinner, and the chief witness for tho prosecution was Clark Oxford, who had been Skinner'd associate and partner in several contests of desert land entries Ju the valley. Skinner had won a contest against ua original entryman and had a pre ference . right of entry on a certain numbered tract. He and Oxford quarreled .over division of the pro ceeds of' certain "deals" in jumped land, and Oxford set up a claim to the tract in question and built a shack upon it in Sk...

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

2 HOW TO GROW COTTON IN IMPERIAL VALLEY American Nile Cotton Com pany Issues Circular of Information. Tho Anioricnu Nile Cotton Com pany, whith organisation in especial ly fostering the development of cot ton growing In Imperial Volley on a commercial scale, hns prepared a cir cular letter for distribution to all prospective cotton growers who lack experience in the preparation of Land. Many old-time growers from the Southern States are located In the vicinity of El Centro, which la des tined to be the cotton center of the valley, judging from present aclivi- 1 ties, and they will doubtless be of much aid to their neighbors who are to put in their first crop of cotton this spring; but the general informa tion issued by the American Nile Col ton Company will be of Interest to growers in all parts of the valley. This circular says: "Land should fir;,t he plowed and harrowed, then a fourteen inch middle breaker should be used to make fur rows about four feet apart and eight to ten inch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

Saturday, April 3, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLI The lloltville city park is to b<* sooil nd lo white cloTer. * * * District Organizer Wolfwii, of thp Woodmen of the World, lias moved his family to lloltville. * •* # Sam Webb has resigned as City Recorder of lloltville, and B. M. Wll hlte hAK bocn chosen tin his succes sor. & -v.l • • « Waller P. Chancy will erect o six room cottage at tho corner of Pine and Seventh streets. ' Tho contract has been awarded to IT. P. (Mjs. * * * J. L. Simeral, member of Ihe firm of Chancy A Simeral, of llollvillo, arrived last week, from his home in Macomb, Illinois, after an absence of right months from the valley. * * * Tho wedding of George William Buckmaster and Miss Ada Florence Upton, occurred on Marcfi 2i>, at their {cottage on Cedar elreet, Rev. C. J. TTpton, the bride's father, officiating. . *■• * * * W. F. Holt will greet a two- story brick block. 1,50x140 feet, at the cor ner of ( Fifth street and Holt avenue. The first floor wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official New«p*per of ImptrUl County and City of El Centro pubiAhed bvrry baturdayl NMtagtr C. P. Hayden Erfltor Allen Kelly Amoclate Editor Ltwla Havtrmale S^SCRIPTIOJr OMTeor 11.00 Mi Month* 60 Htm Months 25 Gtogle Copies ._. .06 WATCH TUB BUBBCRIPfrON~DAfB ON ~y6ur"pAPER~ The number of oar paid circulation and rates. of advertising will be tarnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Vrttor Preen. ' Entered as Becond-cla&s matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Oeatro. California, under the act of Congress of Mnrch 3, 1879. WHEN THE DEVIL WAS SICK. The Press has received from the "National' Model License League" a circular letter and an invitation to comment on the sub ject of saloon regulation. 1 The League says it wants reform in the liquor business and that the liquor dealers are determined to be good and abolish the evil accessories of the saloon. It asserts that it has the endorsement of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

B«iturdA>, Ax-ril 3. 190fl| THE WEATHER Th«> maximum U-m p<-i itU TOBr ?■ rt ' h rangod from 63 to 79, ''"BH^T' ' Ing 71. G. Th*.' minimum rJHW^'OQ'" 38 to r.B, and tho mean * cat dally humidity rangdl^Hß '0 60 and tho mean wan 2l l^H^ '-'""• Thoro worn h!x windy dayt^m 1 !«ht partly cloudy days, find 'j^B lfnll wuh .«3 of an inch, hrliißliHH- 0 ! ° n>fl »«tal rainfall up to 2.10 iifWf fol lowing 1r the record for the |B>R ppv cn days: ■ Date Max. Tern. Mm. TnnM : lum. 27 72 61 J-126 28 72 50 ''i 6 29 71 40 21 -30 72 48 .0 31 77 46 8 ; Apr.l 82 50 10 Apr. 2 87 66 . , 114 ;, ' ■ 1 '■rift': WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Dally Oage Heights and Dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, March 27, 1909. Date Oage Heights Discharge March 21. 20.55 14,800 March 22 20.65 14,800 March 23 21.00 14,600 March 24 21.30 17,200 March 26 21.55; 18,200 March 26 21.60 18,700 March 27 21.50 . 17,700 FRANCIS L. SELIiKW. Project Engineer. MANY CABES FILED...

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

6 PAPAIA FRUIT B«tds Sent to' Imperial Valley For Experimental Planting, and Prob- ably Plant Will Prove Valuable Here. Seeds of the papaia plant, natire of Hmj Hawaiian Islands, haVe boon cent ti;O. B. Tout at Calexico byy B. A. •'Wilson, of Los Angeles, for experi- mental planting. Mr. Wilson belieypa that in this climate the fruit would Mature and prove of much value, lie says of the papaia fruit: "Tho fruit does not all ripen at one Mne. There will be blossoms, green The tree a»d ripe fruit all tho year. Is : pot unlike the palm only with a smooth trunk" while the leaves are B«m«what like the castor bean. The fndt grows from the trunk botween t Mo leaves at the top, and when the 'trait ripens the lower leaves will drop off and leave the trunk smooth. "The tree is not unlike the cocanut wttb the fruit between the leaves at the top. Doctors claim there is noth l»e better for people than the papal for those who suffer with stomach , trouble, indigestion, etc. ."I would also suggcet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

Saturday, April 3, IM<§, TREE PLANTING ON HIGHWAYS In Order to eneouftfl* tll? trekpi.inting movement; the Supervisor* of th« County have req'tEf** 1 The Arete to announce that they will sup ply shade trees, prefer;! 1 * ( ucalyptfl\?, to every settler who will agree tri plant them along thclNnt of a county road and protect and oare for tvAfrn. The Supervisor l f e! \ h district V^H vie a part of his road fund for the purchase of trelv a I the farm«r who has public spirit and a desire to be useful to tlia w n unlty whi\° promoting his own Interests will apply to his Super**" >r treee, andft ««t them out forthwith. PASSING OF RIVER STW^Sj jj jdAng of Laguna Dam ! Forever B&hutß Off Plying of Vesabta Up r and Down .Colorado Rfver The Yuma correspondent Of the !*>a Angeles Times tells of the changes taking place along tho Colorado River through modern improvements, and speaks of the -passing of * pictur esque character' from tkd sccnen "yhortiTiie "han long been we I known...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 April 1909

8 NEW HIGHWAY ROUTE ACROSS MOUNTAINS limmissioners Look For Way 4o/ Avoid Rough Road In Devil's Canon. Surveyors Locating Line and Obtain ing Data For Commissioner's Report to Supervisors Upon Which Propo sition to Issue County Road Bonds Will Be Based. v A new route for a part of the road •between El Centro and San Diego is sought by the Imperial County Highway, Commission. Last Saturday Commissioners Bentou, Bowker and Carter, Secretary Mansfield, Super visor. Mcllarg, Surveyor Perry, Harold Wright and Allen Kelly went over the road from El Contro to Mountain Springs, close to the county line, and the next day was devoted to looking ' for a possible pass through the moun tains by which Devil's Canon mmy be avoided. > Devil's , Canon is *i •v'uding pa^x •between walls of granite boulders. Ai grade could be made above the bed j of the canon for the greater part of j the way, but. there ai*e places whert the road would have to be on the sand floor and likely to be washed out , by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX EL CENTRO WOMEN SHOW CIVIC SPIRIT Their Section of Ten Thous and Club an Efficient . Factor in Progress Club Elects New Officers For Coming Year '^alKl ..Plans Further Improve ment Work — Proposes City Have Annual Arbor Day and Plant Trees. Strong .in numbers, strong In the character of ltd Individual members, an>l strong In its record of achieve ment, the Women's Section of the Club of El Centre en erjli>d*T^dr£day 'night upon a new fls ;aV»)ear by eleclmg a new set °'jp'- Ici urn and making more and bigger )laiHid for Uie advancement of El Cen xo.i- T»no club has been in existence for six 1 months and during every day of thatl time it has been active, enter urislli'C and efficient organization. It has- iVore than half a hundred mem bers lw»d that they are all working members has been evidenced by the big attendance at all the weekly meet- Ings. \rhe members themselves claim only tmat they have made an excellent dtart toward the building up of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

2 SCHOOL ELECTIONS Former Members of Both Grammar and High BcMol Boards Re turned to Serve <n These Positions. The most spiriini school election which has occurred in the history of El Centro pchool district wa9 that of Friday of last. week. It drew forth a vote 177 and the applications of j peveral whose faulty registration pre vented them from casting (hnlr bal lots. Walter Hamilton was elected to suc ceed himself on Iho board of dlrec- ! tors of tho El Centra flchool district, i His opponent was Dr. J. C. niackln- i ton. Hamilton reed?ed 102 votes, and : Blacklnton recc-lTod aoTenty-flve ▼ot©3« M. W. Conkllng was re-elected as ; El Centro's repreacfitAltre on the j board of tho Central Union High School district. Ho was tho city's representative whoa thn union dis trict was organtced, and 11 was main ly through his efficient work that the school at once became an Important factor in the educational life of Im perial Valley. Mr. Conkling's opponent was A. W. . Swanson. Conkllng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

Salurdlj April 10, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLi New chalrH hare arrived for the Holtvllle MeOiodtHt Church. ':'"())*>': « « • i New machinery bus becu installed in the, HoltTlile laundry the past week. • » • The Delta Implement. Company is now occupying tta now brick Hloro building oi fifth street. j \. \ ♦ # # /• One houdrcd and ten new mail box en have 'been added to the equipment of the Iloltville postoulcc. ♦ * * Mlbs Minna Webber, of Watortown, Wisconsin, is upending several weeks ki HolWUle, the guest of Mrs. James S. White, Jr. /.; * * # The "Sidewinders' Co-operative and Social Society" 1b the more or' less euphonious »aine of a Hollville or ganization. It save a dance last week. t » • The business men. 6f Holtville have oigned an agreement to close their stores at 6 o'ebek each evening ex cept Saturdays] during tho summer months. ,4 * # During the month of March 116 carloada of haj r were shipped from Holtville by tie Holton Interurban Railroad, representing a profit to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Ntwtpapar of Imperial County and City of El Centro . pumJEHBD every Saturday" manager C. F. Hayd«n Ctfttor Allen Kelly Aaaeclate Editor Lewie Havermale SUBSCRIPTION On* Year *1.00 Stx Months &»> Three Month* 26 •Ingle Copies 05 W^TCH THE SUBSCRIPTIbN^ATE ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will bo tarnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial VfcJley Press. ■ ______________________ Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofllco at El Centro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EIGHT YEARS OLD. The Imperial Valley Press is eight years old today. It was the first paper published in the valley, and it still holds the lead. Henry C. Reed was its first editor and publisher, and he made it a good, clean, creditable paper in all respects from the start. April 20, 1901, was the date of the first issue. Reclamation work had bee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

SAt.nrfWy, April 10, 15»O9. THE WEATHER ■ Date Max. Tern. Mln.Toni. Hum 3 . 84 49 13 4 80 r,l 8 6 87 50 10 6 SI 50 'll. 1 7 76 50 2 8 - 80 54 6 9 80 50 10 WATER IN THE RIVER Moan Dallj Gage Heights and Dis charged of the Colorado River at Yuma, -Arizona, for the week eudlng Saturday, April 8, 1909. Date Gage Heights Dischurgo March 28 21.60 17,700 March 1%.. 21.55 .16,000 March 30.. 22.15 21,700 March 31. 24.30 35,900 April 1.... 24.80 . 43,800 April t ; 24.10 37.600 April 3.... 23.60 33,500 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. PLOTTB-PECK WEDDING. Tho wedding of Elmer E. Peck, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Peck, of Im perial, and Mies Eileen G. Plolts took place on Monday afternoon, Rev. D. D. Lake, of the Advent Christian Church performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Peck will reside in Imper ial. ."V DEATH OF LEVI HARPHAM. Levi Il&rpham, father of Elmer Harpham of Gl Centro, died at the family home, No. 730 Carondalet street, Log Angeles, March 29, agea '87 years. VISIT EDDY RAN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 April 1909

6 EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATIONS. C»unty Board of Education to Test Knowledge of Pupllt in Five of Valley Cities. Of general interest to school pa taone of Imperial Valley are the ar rangements made by the County Board of Education for holding of ex aminations of candidates for gradua tion from the Eighth Grade, aa a pre paratory step to next year's entrance ■1 thn high schools. These examinations will be con* ■acted by members of the County Board of Education, beginning at 9 •'dock on Saturday, May 1, in Braw ler, Imperial, Xl Centro, Holtvlllo and Qalexico, at tho grammar schools of these cities, and on Saturday, May 16, at the same hour and places. One half of the subjects for examin ation will be given on the first Satur day, vis: spelling, arithmetic, physio tagy, nature study, music and drawing, aad geography. The second half of these examinations, to be held on the third Saturday of May, will include literature and reading, grammar and eemposltion, history, book-keeping and penman...

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