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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 September 1907

TIME TABLE MoitAn-lntf rurb»n Railway Comrtnj Effective Sept. 3, 1907. westbound: No. 1 — Leave Holtville 8:45 a. m. daily except Sunday. N« 3- Leave Holtville 12:00 N. includ -. ing Sunday. No. s— Leave Holtville 4:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. EASTBOUND: No. 2— Leave El Centro 10:00 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 4— Leave El Centro 1:00 p. m. daily including Sunday. No. 6- Leave El Cmitro 5:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. Freight days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, trains Nos. 5 and 6. W. P. Holt, C. E. Paris, President.* Gen'l. Supt. Southern Pacific Railway. northbound: No. 503— Leave El Centro- 12:48 p. m. " 605- " " -11:25 " southbound: No. 502— Leave El Centro-9:40 a. m. " 504- '" " -9:27 p. m. j Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berneker arrived here Sunday evening from Clinton, Mo., and will spend the winter with their children. They are Mrs, W. E. Down ing's parents. Mrs. J. C. Bridenstein, of Holtville, passed through El Centro the first of the week on her way home f...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 September 1907

Here from Ogdcn Mr. and Mrs. V. Rapp and children, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Greer, and children, arrived Thursday from Ogden. Utah. They brought with them their household goods, and will make - El Centro their future home. Mrs. Rapp will be principal of the El Centro schools, while her husband will open a law office here. Mr. Greer is an architect and builder, and will also open an office as soon as a suitable place can be found. Both these families have come to build homes in the valley. Plans ,ire already drawn for Mr. .and Mrs. Rapp's dwelling and work on the same will begin soon. It is to be located in the south part of town. What nave You? If you have any Imperial Valley lands for sale or exchange for good Loa An geles or nearby property, see C. E. Jauman, El Centro, as I am making a specialty of this. Have a splendid list to choose from. V. E. Stockull & Co. 304 Grant bldg., Los Angeles. Mr. Jauman is our El Centro agent. 22tf R. L. Greer Archited and Builder. Building done ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 September 1907

Correspondence CALEXICO Peto Gainos returned Sunday lx\.\i\ San Diego, where ho has been on business. Mrs. S. J. Hewitt arrived Tuesday night from Los Ange les to join her husband, the blacksmith. R. O. Bordner, of Los Ange les, an at.torney at law, is look ng over the valley with a view if locating here. Mi. and Mrs. W. 11. Chadney eturned from a month's vaca ,ion on the coast and in San Francisco. He will resume his luties as Chinese inspector for ■he immigration bureau at Cal >xico. Once again the rumored hange of time with the railroad oys stationed at Calexico, has ailed to materialize. It will ome sooner or later. The trou le seems to be with the trains unning west on the main line. s they now run the schedule oes not permit of a change on he valley branch. The brick building where Webster's pool hall used to be as been demolished. Th c rick are being used to build a ittling basin for the railroad >mpany. Water will be pump 1 from this tank into the steel jik and a good ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 September 1907

Town and County "MWMWWWM WWM.WWM Catholic Services Father Emuelen will conduct services at Calexico Sunday, September 28th. Me rocs to Calexico this morning and will be in that town the two days. All Catholics are invited to at tend the services. Will Make Butter A refrigeration expert was here the first of the week look ing over the machinery to be in stalled by the Central Creamery company. The work of putting" in this machinery will be kept under way until the plant is in running order. With the com ing of cooler weather Mr. Shier man, who is in charge, expects to commence making butter at this place. At Home After Next Month Announcements of the marri age of W. S. Ballard and Miss Gertrude Sisson, of La Junta, Colo., have been received by a number of Mr. Ballard's friends here in El Centro. They will be at home in El Centro after the 15th of November. This will be the future home of this happy couple, and the many friends of the groom will be glad to wel come both he and his bri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VII FARMERS' INSTITUTE Will be Held in El Centre Opera House Friday and Saturday DECEMBER 6 AND 7 Subjects of Special Interest to Im perial Valley Settlers Will Be Discussed Last Wednesday a number of the prominent farmers through out the valley met in the Ira Aten Land, company's office and decided to hold a Farmers' Insti- tute in El Centro on Friday and .Saturday, December 6th and 7th. J. B. Neff, representative of the University of California, was present at the meeting, and the topics for discussion were decid ed upon. The speakers for the two days have partially been se lected and the names of the oth ers will soon be in the hands of the committee, the institute ■will be held under the auspices of the University of California. A great deal of time was taken in selecting the subjects to be treated upon during the insti- t ute here. It was especially de sirable that those questions which were of vital importance to the farmers of 'the Imperial Valley ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

BUILD UP YOUR TOWN Bear in Mind That Every Dollar Spent at Home is an Invest ment The fruit of family loyalty is, co-operation. Find a family ■whose members are always at swords points— who, instead of' helping to build each other Up, . do all they can to pull each other down—and that family cannot: make much progress in any di rection. But the family whose; members are loyal to each other; ! who cheerfully and self saerific- , ingly help each other over the ( stony places in life; who stand, together and present a united; front against the most unprom-i ising circumstances— and is bound to be a prosperous family inai material way and an ideal family j in a sentimental way, with all its members happy. What is true of a family is! true of a town, which is simply an aggregation of many families. If all the families of a town like El Centro stand loyally together for the home, town in everything having to do with its progress, the town is bound to go forward and prosper. But, on the ot...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

TEXAS COMPANY THREATENED Government Orders Rio Grande Restored to Channel Under Penalty of Confiscation The government has formally notified the American Rio Grande Irrigation Company that the Rio Grand River must be restored to its original course above Brownsville, Texas under penalty of confiscation of its property, whice includes 100,000 acres of Texas land and a $200,000 irri gating plant. The Mexican government, un der the treaty terms, which are that neither government shall divert the waters of this bound ary steam, or permit its citizens to do so, # demanded that the di version be rectified at once. The American company origin ally constructed a canal twenty live feet wide, connecting two bend& in the river, and straigh tening the channel to divert wat er for irrigation. The canal washed the banks and widened it to over 400 feet, and changed the canal to the bed of the river, leaving on the Mex ican side a long stretch of stag nant water. Restoratioh of the original cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS. EL CENTRO. CAU I). I>. I'KU.KT Kditor nn<l Manager «i:rscpiptio* One Year • • • - f'-^J Six Month oO Three Month? - - - - .25 Single Copies • • -^5 ADVERTISING RATIiS Per Month 1 inch ♦ 12ri 2 to 18 inches (1 (Bold ton) per inch 1.00 22M inches (»{ pa^e) 17.M 15 Inches ih VW) 3000 P0 inche? (full pajre/ Reflfliim notices; legatl and solid matter 10 cent? per line firnt insertion ami 5 cent* per line for each suhp* qucnt Insertion; Brevier measure. Make all remittances and address all eointnuicAtione to Imperial Valley Press. M-\Vatch the subscription date on your paper. The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application Entered a» second-Claw ni.mer March 3d, lopbattlie pristoffice.it E\ Centrn, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1S7 1 ). If we could have some system whereby it were easier to get water in small quantities when needed it might be a whole lot easier to grow trees on the town site. We shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

Tiriß TABLE Hnltoivlnterurban Railway Company Effective Sept. 39, 1907. westbound: No. 1- Leave Holtville 8:00 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 3-Lcave Holtville 12:30 p. m. daily including Sunday. No. 5- Leave Holtville 4:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. eastbound: No. 2- Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 4-Leave El Centro 2:00 p. m. daily including Sunday. No. 6-Leave El Centro 5:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. Freight days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, trains Nos. 3 and 4. W. F. Holt, C. E. Paris, President. Gen'l. Supt. Southern Pacific Railway. northbound: ' No. 503-Lcave El Ccntro-12:18 p. m. " 505- " " -11:25 " southbound: No. 502- Leave El Ccntro-9:40. a. in. " 501— " " —9:27 p. m. Personal Mention • K. K. Jaunian is back from a busi- V ness trip to Los Angeles. \ Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Holt were El Centro visitors Wednesday. Mrs. A. Cunningham, of Los Angeles Was a visitor in El Centro this week. A W. T. Bill, of Redlands, has. been doing business in El Centro ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

Commerce Meeting The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of El Cen tre will be held in the Opera house, Tuesday October 15th at one o'clock p. m. All members are urged to be present. Also all persons interested in the progress of the town of El Cen tro and the 'development of the country around are invited to at tend the meeting and become members of the association that they may assist in enterprises for the common good. F. G. HAVENS, Secy. Bees and Honey f Choice al- falfa hon- ey, $3 the 60 Ib. can f. o. b. Holtville Address B. HamS, Holtville R. L. Greer Architetf and Builder. Building done by contract or superintending by the day. El Centro, California. Byron Gaylord Architect and Building Superintendent El Centro - - - California Some Bargains 3-acre tracts at a- bargain. 10-acre tracts at $85 per acre. 1 good farm at $35 per acre. H. C. Griswold Bank Building - El Centro, Cal. ! • ""^rrrzr: i | POOL HALL | J Bank Block i i ! J A nice, quiet place to spend ♦ ! your leisu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

Preservation of Fence Posts and Other Farm Timbers Experimental tests made by the government with a number of inferior woods have shown that it is practicable to subject them to preservative treatment by which they will be rendered durable and as lasting as the soundest oak in many cases. This is of the highest import ance in connection with the use of fence posts, telegraph and telephone poles, cross ties and constructive timbers of many kinds. It is of special import ance to farmers in many parts of the country, for with them the fence post problem is serious. Almost every farmer in the east and south knows that the supply of locust, white oak, cedar and other durable woods has become so restricted in the last few years that their cost has become almost prohibitive. In the middle west the supply of good post material always was limited while in many places in the far west it is be coming more and more expensive to build fences because good tim ber for posts is becoming very scarce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 October 1907

Town and County i ••»• i.M ••"«••" ■ W.W.WAW Services Here Father Eunnelen will conduct the services for the Catholic church at this place tomorrow (Sunday). \At the High School \ Prof. Mott Arnold, principal of the high school, reports the year starting off very favorably, with the •enrollment of thirty-four pu pils, an increase of about fifty per cent, over the attendance last year, the first year of the school. The pupils are showing splendid spirit. -Standard. A An Indication of Business As an indication "of how busi ness is increasing in the Imperial Valley the number of typewriters in use may be taken into*consid eration. It is estimated that there are now in the valley near ly 40 L. C. Smith machines, 14 or 15 Smith Premiers. 6 of the Remington, 5 Underwood's and 2 Oliver's. This makes a big showing for the business of the valley and the number of ma chines are being constantly in creased. Market Changed Hands The El Centro Meat Market changed hands the first of the month, Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VII BIG GAIN IN TRAFFIC Southern Pacific In creases 300 Per Cent, in El Centro ONE YEAR'S GROWTH Holton Inter-Urban Runntng Freight Daily— Boom Amazes Visitors to the Valley Imperial county is making giant strides toward greatness and prosperity. Still further evi dences of its remarkable boom are furnished this week by trans portation and traffic figures as well as by the great numbers of new residents who have come here to make their permanent homes. There is bustle and ac tivity everywhere in the valley and El Centro, the county seat, is growing so rapidly as to amaze visitors. No better indication of the growth of business at El Centro can be found than the in crease in traffic. Figures com piled this week at the local office of the Southern Pacific show that during the month of September 551 pieces of baggage were han dled. During September of last pear only 138 pieces of baggage were handled.' This shows an increase of 413 pieces or about three hund...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

ORDINANCE NO. 6 An Ordinance to preserve the health of domestic livestock in the county of Imperial, pro viding for the prevention and eradication of infectious or contagious diseases, and the inspection of cattle, dairies, creameries and other places where cattle or dairy prod ucts are kept or produced in tiiJ county and providing punishment for the violation thereof. The Hoard of Supervisors of the coun ty of Imperial. State of California, do ordain as follows: Section 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, firm or corpora tion, to .ship, transj ort. drive or move into or through this county, or from place to place in this county, any do mestic animal or animals nnected with glanders, farcy, anthrax. Texas fever. VermioUS bronchitis^ hog cholera, swine plague, scabies or mange; or any ani mal or animals infested with the south* crn cattle fever tick (boophilis annulat us.) Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, firm or corpora tion to ship, drive, tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

Colorado Ri?er Gage Heighti Mean daily gage heights and discharges of Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, Sept. 7, 1907: Date Gage Height. Discharge Sept. 29 19.25 14,000 Sept. 80 19.05 13,200 Oct. 1 18.00 12,000 Oct. 2 18.90 . 11,800 Oct. 3 18.80 11,300 Oct. 4 18.65 10,300 Oct. 5 18.70 10,300 Francis -L. Sellew, Project Engineer. Commerce Meeting The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of El Cen tro will be held in the Opera house, Tuesday October 15th at one o'clock p. m. All members are urged to be present. Also all persons interested in the progress of the town of El Cen tro and the development of the country around are invited to at tend the meeting and become members of the association that they may assist in enterprises for the common good. F. G. HAVENS, gfeS Secy. What Have You? If you have any Imperial Valley lands for sale or exchange for good Los An geles or nearby property, see C. E. Jauman, El Centro, as I am making a specialty of this. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

IMPCRIAI VALLCY PRESS m PUSH ED SATURDAYS. EL CENTRO. CAL. I). 1). PELLET Editor and Manngtr «IW*CIMPTInN One Yrar • • • • $1.00 BH Month »80 Three Month* • • • • .26 Blngie Copies .... .05 ADVERTISINGS RATES Per Month J iuc» I 1.25 I to 18 inches (1 column) per inch 1.00 K}4 inches (tf P««e) 17.50 15 inches (H P*ge) 3 0 - 00 Winches (full page/ ~ 50.00 Reading notices, Icgals and solid matter . 10 cents per line first insertion and 5 cents per line for each subse quent insertion, Brevier measure. Make all remittances and addreee all eotnmnicatious to Imperial Valley Press. KTWstch the tubtcrlptlon date en your paper. The number of our paid circulation wlll.be furnished on application Enterrd as ucond-cUM matter March 3d. l«Q6at the pootofficeat El Centre California. «Oder the Act of Comrre«« of March 3, 1979. The substantial recent increase in the population of El Centro and the daily arrival of new homeseekers is exceedingly grat ifying to all who are interested in and believe in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

TIME TABLE Hott*n> lntent rban Railway C+mfny Effective Sept. 39, 1907. westbound: No. 1- Leave Holtville 8:00 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 3— Leave Holtville 12:30 p. m. daily including Sunday. No. 6- Leave Holtville 4:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. eastbound: No. 2- Leave El Centro 9:00 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 4— Leave El Centro 2:00 p. m. daily including Sunday. No. 6- Leave El Centro 5:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. Freight days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, trains Nob. 3 and 4. W. P. Holt, C. E. Paris, President. Gen'l. Supt. Southern Pacific Railway. northbound: No. 603-Leave El Centro-12:48 p. m. " 505- " " -11:25 " southbound: No. 502- Leave El Centro-9:40 a. m. " 504- " " -9:27 p. m. Personal Mention Rev. Mitchell, the new Methodist minister at Imperial, was a very pleas ant caller at the Press office the first of the week. D. W. Pontius, commercial agent of the Southern Pacific railroad, was in El Centro Tuesday, looking after his \company's business. \Rev....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

Sunset Pavilion El Centre's New Open Air Dance Hall and Skating Rink Now Open to the Public. The Town's Chief Pleasure Resort. Affords the Best of Enjoyment Without Objection- able Features. Open Mornings 6 to 10 11 Afternoons 4 to 6 " Evenings Bto 10 Until October Ift admission and skating will be FREE TO LADIES mornings and after- noons. Sunset Pavilion Bees and Honey f Choice al- falfa hon- ey, $3 the 60 lb. can ' Holtvilie Address B. Hams, Hoitvuie I OF HORSES, MULES, g I CATTLE AND HOGS % 1 Monday, Oct. 28/07 § 35 At Ranch of California M-xico Land & Cattle JjS^ Co., two miles east of Calexico! H5 This will be the largest sale of first class draft, 3^ SS driving and saddle ho.ses ever held in Southern Cali- JJ& 3* fornia. We sell on that date 200 head of work, driv- 3^ 3j ing and saddle horses, 100 head of unbroken horses, 50 head of brood mares and 50 head of mules. JjE 3J One high grade, black, Percheron stallion, six Jg 3j? years old. JJ> One registered Percheron ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

Why Cold* are DangtrNt Because you hare contracted ordinary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind, do not for a moment imagine that colds are not dan* gerous. Everyone knows that pneu monia and chronic chtarrh have their origin in a common cold. Consumption is not caused by a cold but the cold prepares the system for the reception and ccvelopment of the germs that would «iot otherwise have found lodg ment. It is the same with all infecti ous diseases. Diphtheria, scarlet fever, measles and whooping cough are much more likely to be contracted when the child has a cold. You will see from this that more rial danger lurks in a cold than in any other of the common ailments. The easiest and quickest way to cure a cold is to take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. The many re markable cures effected by this prepa ration have made it a staple article of trade over a large part of the world. For sale by Xl Centro Drug Store. R L Greer Architect and Builder. Building done by c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 October 1907

Town and County Ejectment Suit Ejectment, ' proceedings have been. instituted by Mr. Groechen against a man named Olsen in Imperial who is alleged to be a land jumper. The case will be prosecuted as a test of the rights nf land claimants on excess lands. Sunset Pavilion Open Sunset Pavilion opened this week as a skating rink and open air dance hall. Many young peo ple have enjoyed the skating and the pavilion has already become a popular evening resort. In the advertising columns of this issue Attorney Cox has an announce ment of interest regarding his new pleasure hall. New Produce Company ' The Imperial Produce Co. was organized in Imperial Wednesday for the growing and handling of cantaloupes and other products of the valley. Articles of incor poration were adopted calling for $25,000 capitalization with shares at $2 each. It is said that 338 acres of cantaloupes have already been pledged to the association. , More Shed Room Cantaloupe growers are con sidering the building of a s...

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