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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 April 1909

Saturday, April 24, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE The harvesting of onions has started at Molol.ind, and carload shipment & will bo mnrio next week. * * * An administrator's sale of the personal property of the late John Proctor will be lield in Hoit yllle today. /» # # /Tho Holtvlllo W. C. T. U. in cir culating a petition asking the City Trustees to restrict tho sale of In toxicating liquors to four ounces a day to any N out» person. * * * Episcopalian services will be con ducted regularly hereafter in Holtvllle by S. P..Tompkins, a lay reader. The first, of tbeßo services were held last Sunday in' Eagle's Hall. ## # < J. L. Adnints haa tweuty acreu plant ed to asparagus on the Peck, ranch, in Water District No. 7, and will at least clear $100 per acre from the shipments of this year's crop. * # -X- An interesting baptismal service at the Holtville Methodist Church on Easter morning was conducted by Rev- Seymour, the pastor, and Leak, a for mer pastor. The children of. Judge ...

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. — 24 April 1909

aperial Valley Press L * r ' Official N«wtpap«r of Imperial County and City of El Centro / I- ' ■ PUDUCHKD BVERY~BATUBDAY. , 'iMr . . ). L '....' C. F. Hayd«n tor Allen Kelly eclat* , Editor »..»., ... « Lewis Havermale :f '. , SUBSCRIPTION JmYmt „>. „.« W-J2 ?jt Month*'.. , f fcrpo Months 1 26' •> Jingle Copies 05 ~~ WATCH THB BU69CRIPTION DATS ON Y6ur"~PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will bo furnished on application, All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. , ' Entered as secortd-claes matter March 3. 1906, at the postofflce at El Centre, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SEEKING LIGHT ON LAND QUESTIONS Thanks to Senator Flint, who does not forget between elec tions that .he represents the people of his state and was sent to Washington to promote their interests, there is reason to hope that ; department officials in Washington, having power to determine ifnestions relating t...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 April 1909

, RaturtlAy,. April IH," I W9. THE WEATHER The past week has been marked by prevalence of westerly winds that have boon disagreeable because of *ust carried by them in the towns. It kaa been tfco windiest week of the neason. Following is the weather rec ord for mvea days past: Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tom. Hum. 17 II 60 45 18 10 60 37 19 78 61 . 36 20 82 52 20 21 77 Df» 40 ' 22 74 61 28 23 80 54 27. WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Daily Gage Heights and Dts* ofaarges of tbe Colorado River at Tuma, Arlaona, for the week ending Saturday. April 17, 1609. Date Gage Heights Discharge 't April 11... 21.76 28,500 April 12 21.80 26,600 April 13 21.80 25,600 April 14 21.9 C 26,600 April 15 22.00 26,700 April 16 21.85 25,900 April 17 21.45 22,100 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD Born— April 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Culvert, at Calexico, a son. Born— April 18, to Mr. and Mrs. F. LI. Van Derpool, four and one-half miles aouthwent of Brawley, twins, sons. RIVERB CASE MONDAY. The case of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 April 1909

6 I I CENTRAL HOSPITAL . £1 Centro, California Only Fully Equipped Hospital in Imperial valley for medical, sur- gical and obstetrical cases. Open to all reputable physicians. Rates-Ward $15.00 Private Rooms $22.50 up For further information address DR VIRGIL McCOMBS |J XL CENTRO, CaL. (MONEY TO LOAN : ■•■■;■- — ■■ oa Improved- -City. Property or for binding! Easy payment Js. A. P. NUF- FKR, El Centro. . Printing, Stationery and BookStore 541 MAIN STREET Now be a Game Sport and find it. Hubbell Construction i Company I C. E. HUBBELL, Mgr. a .'*We are prepared to handle all kinds of cement work. Sidewalks, curbs and concrete construction. Estimates furnished oa sewers and 'dirt ezcavatlsg. ' HUBBELL- CONSTRUCTION '"■ ' ? ':\ COMPANY. «:■ ' ■ '■■■■ Los Angeles' Safest Hotel The King Edward ' Fifth and Los^Angeles Streets in the hdart of the city. "European Plan First-class Cafe Abesolntely Fire Proof A very desirable hotel for all visitors to the city. No Inside Rooms Write for Bookle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 April 1909

Saturday, April 24, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figures For General Produce and Live Stock At Revised by El Centro Butlnest House*. As a matter of general Interest, The Frees gires below the prices current in the local market, aa revised by El porial Valley. These figures are the selling prices to consumers: Centro business men, and this may be taken as Indicative of general prices prevailing throughout the Im- Creamery drHt, butter, lb lif»c 2-lb roll 70c Kgga, ranch, doz 2Gc California cheese 20c Eastern cheese 25c Celery, head 10c Lettuce, dozen 60c Radish, dozen 50e Dry onions, C lbs 26c Cabbage 5c Cucumbers, 2 for Cc. Carrots, bunch 10c Turnips, bunch 5c Peas ,8c Sweet potatoes, lb 3c Egg plant, lb 7%c Bell pepper, lb 10c ' Dry Chili popper, lb 25c Pears, lb ...Cc Apples, box $1.75 to $2.25 Pineapples, lb 10c Guavas, lb 6c Bananas, doz .30c •Green chili .'. 10c Potatoes, sack, 100 lbs $2.60 Cracked corn, 100 lb .$2.20 Feed meal, 100 lb $2.20 Wheat, recleaned, 100 lb $2.75...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 April 1909

8 CATHOLIC ACTIVITIES Purchase ef More Land at BrawUy Provide* for School SHe and Parochial nte<d«nce. Rev. F. HurclbiMh. the now priest In charge of tho Imperial Valley Ko man Catholic paricit. baa completed arrangements with (ho Catholics of Brawley for tho purchaso of lota ad- Joining the church property In that city, giving them a trad 130x320 foot. This land la purchased for tho pur pose of providing a Kite for a paro chial residence and At a later period a parachlal Bcfaocf. In every town of Imperial Valley the Catholic population has largely Increased during Cho past six months, until the work has bcoomo a great tax for one prloM, ant It Is probable i that within a few months an assistant twill be stationed here to assist Father" Bnrelbach. Rev. John 3&ycr, first priost to la bor in Imperial Valley, who has been t stationed for tho past year missionary to the Indians on the t'uma Reserva tion, has been called to L«os Angeles, and has been mode chaplain of the Mercy Hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. CITY WATER WORKS NEXT STEP FORWARD Trustees Discuss Proposed Municipal Ownership of System Special Meetings Planned to Elicit Views of Citizens of El Centro on Issue of Bonds For Purchase of Ex isting Plant or Construction of New Reservoirs and Pipe Lines. Municipal ownership of the city water system Is the theme which has been arousing official and general dis cussion during the past week. It was the main subject of this week's meet ing of the Board of City Trustees, held on Tuesday night in the City Hall, and it is probaple that a special meeting of the Board will be called for further discussion before, the time of the next regular session. The board met at 7:30 o'clock, with Trustees J. Stanley Brown, W. 6. Hamilton and H. 13. Pearson present. The minutes of the meetings of April 13, 19 and 20 were read ana approved. Finance Commissioner Brown re ported that he and the City Clerk had bought a safe from the Diebold Safe Company in accordance with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

2 SAN DIE6O HIGHWAY Engineer Perry Says New Route Over Mountains Is Picturesque. C. N. Perry, engineer for the Im perial County Highway Commission, oame to El Centro, Wednesday, from the camp he has established with his corps of surveyor* In Myer's Canon, about, two miles from Mountain Springs. He reports good progress be ing made on the surveys of tho two proposed routes from the valley to San Diego. About four weeks will yet be required to confplete the surveys and making of the necessary maps to sub- Hit to the Commission. "Objectlbn has been made to these routes on the ground that they are not picturesque," said Mr. Perry on his return Wednesday, "but I want to •ay that I know of no more plcture «sque section in Southeastern Califor nia than that In which my men have been workihg the past week. • "High cliffs, deep gorges, huge houldcrs plied in fantastic heaps or strewn along the water courses give much variety, and either of the routes proposed would provide a highway that wou...

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

County Notes ORAWLEY R. C. Jeckell ia to expert the books of tho official* of the City of Hraw ley. *> v » * More than five miles of streets have L been opened and graded in Drawley Jlhis spring. .# * ♦ Hrawley Lodge of tho Fraternal Brotherhood initiated nine candidatefl ■ at Its last meeting: •» * * Dicycles and roller skates are to be taboo on lirnwley's sidewalks hereaf ter. .The City Council has spoken. ;,,:•.'# # ' The Holton Power Company tiaa «x tendod its electric light wires up H street to Bupply the new homos in that district. £- Work Is being rushed on the new Holt block, at Sixth and Main streets * * * in Drawley. The structure is to be completed in eight weeks. ■' ■'' # * * A sidewalk has been built around the Plaza and eucalyptus trees have been planted on both sides of thin walk Ground ' the Chtiro park. * * * W. H. Hartshorn has built a buaga- low on. his ranch, just west of the New -River bridge. It will bo occu t pied by Z. T. Steck, who has leased the place. *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

impenai ■■/- v aiiey rress Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUDUCHKD Bv¥rY SATURDAVr" " Manager C. F. Hayden ardltor V , Allen Ke-liy Associate Editor Ltwti j Ha»srtn»U On© Tear '. ,\ H«M »i Months •• • -M Three Months 2< } ■Ingle Copies ■_•••• • • >y* *~ WA'TC^trB~^D3CRT^TbNiDAT^ The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be tarnished on application. . AH remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. __ Entered as socond-clasa matter March S, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro. California, tinder the act of Congross of March 3. 1379. THE FACTS IN THE CASE. For the enlightenment of persons residing outside of Im perial valley but interested in its affairs and likely to be misled by false reports, the Press deems it necessary to make a plain state ment of facts with which residents of the valley are perfectly ac quainted. The city of Imperial is afflicted with a newspaper edited by a narrow-mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

;• 1 1 ia ,wi tn fTTETT""" April was a rainless tnontn la Im perial' Valley, and there was but one cloudy day. The highest temperature was 96 and on the coldest day the maximum - was 76. The mean maxi mum was 84. Minimum temperature ranged from 49 to 63, the mean being 65. Humidity at 2 p. m. ranged from 2 per cent to 46 per cent; mean 23 per cent. There were eight windy days. Following is the record for the last seven days of the month: Oate Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum. 24 82 60 28 25 78 62 30 26 '93 ' 61 22 27 96 60 18 28 8a 63 40 29 90 63 28 80 85 65 20 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Dally Oage Height* mnd Dls* tfcarcAs of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, April 24, 1009. Date Gage Heights Discharge April 18 21.25 20,300 April 19 21.35 21.200 April 20 21:35 22.100 April 21 21.25 21,300 April 22 21.25 21,600 April 23 21.55 23,800 April 24 22.80 - 34,100 PEANCIS X SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD Born — April 21, to Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Culver, at Calex...

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

6 TEMPERANCE NOTES. y Mr*. J. C. Blflckln^on, Press Cor respondent of the W. C. T. U. The third annual county Oonvonlicn ,f Iho W. L!. T. U. last week n:.g >ne ii tho most Interesting gftth<)flhAfl .f that body ever hold in the valley. Its success was duo chiefly to tho .ble leadership ot the county president 4rs. Angle Miller, of Hrnwley. At the morning nosbloii a memorial ervlce was conducted by Mrs. Ira v.len In memory of Mrs. Tuttle, a ormer and much respected citizen »nd teacher in our schools. Opti nlsm and cheerfntnoss at all times fere distinctive qualities In the char kCter of Mrs. TulUfr. Brief reports from County Superin endentn in some fifteen different dc lartmentß showed that creditable work laa been arconipllt*ied during the >ast year, especially philanthropic and educational temperance. While the esults of this work are not fully ap jarent to the gcueral public its Influ ence is reaching ont Into all parts of mr valley, and beneficial results are ;ure to fol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

Saturday, May 1, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figures For Ganerai Produce and Live Stock Aa Revlaed by El ' Centro Butlntsa House*. As a matter of general interest. The Press gives below the prices current in the local market, as revised by El perial Valley. These figures are the ■oiling prices to consumers: Centro business men, and this may be taken as indicative of general prices prevailing throughout the mv Oroamo'ry Bret, bnttor, lb 36c 1-lb roll '..,70c Hgga, ranch, doz 2Gc California cheese 20c Eastern cheese 25c Celery, head 10c . Lettuce, dozen 60c Radish, dozen 60c Dry onions, 6 lbs 25c Cabbage 6c Cucumbers, 2 for fie Carrots, bunch 10c Turnips, bunch Cc Peaa 8c Sweet potatoes, fb f 3c Egg plant, lb 7%0 .Bell pepper, Ib 10c Dry Chill pepper, tt» 26c Pears, Vb 6c Apples, bos $1.75 to $2.25 Pineapples, lb 10c Quavas, lb 6c Bananas, do*. 30c Green chili 10c Potatoes, sack, 100 lba $3.00 Cracked corn, 100 lb $2.20 Feed meal, 100 lb $2.20 Wheat, recleaned, 100 lb $2.75 Kaff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 1 May 1909

8 EGYPTIAN COTTON IN THE SOUTHWEST Government Experiments Fav orable, But NotjYct Conclusive More to be Learned About Irrigation and Treatment of Plant Before Seed Suitable for Distribution Can be Se cured—Small Acreage Recommend ed. Tho Bureau of Plant Industry has Issued a bulletin on experiments with Egyptian Cotton in 1908. In 190S about 40 acres of land were planted to Egyptian Cotton in the Colorado River region. A few small plantings to test the effect of diverse climatic and soil conditions were made In Imperial and Coachella Valleys, California, but the greater part of this acreage was located in the val leys of the Gila, Salt, and Colorado rivers, in Arizona, The largest plant- Ing — 19 acres — was made on the Pima Indian Reservation, at Sacaton, Ariz., 2 acres on the Indian school farm at Phoenix, and the rest was put in by individual farmers, chiefly in the Gila ▼alley, west of Phoenix. The plantings were so distributed as to place the cotton, which had been grown during...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. STITCH IN TIME AT SHARP'S HEADING leak Discovered and Repairs Made Promptly By Engineers Water Shut Off From 'Irrigation Ca nals For Brief Period, But- No Ser . lout Interruption of Service and no n Damage tv Crops In t ha- Valley. "j ' Brief jlnterruptjou^of water service ; tn ■;{s«, valley was caused this week by^the necessity of repairs at Sharp's -Heading, the point of delivery from the Alamo to tho main canals. A leak under the planking , between the two gates was discovered, and the engineers took advantage of the ne cessity for shutting off water not only to stop the leak, but to strengthen oth er parts of the' structure. The gales at the Hanlon intake from the Colorado were closed and the ' canal from that point to Sharp's was drained through the Alamo waste .gate into the Alamo river. When the water, was out of the way, two shifts of men were set to work under fore man ;Wm. Best putting in new plank flooring, sheathing braces and Bides iOfthi...

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

WATER RATE QUESTION REFERRED TO COURTS Bsors Require Petition-; s. tp Proceed by Mandamus L'al Question of Scope cf Board's Au thority to ba Determined Before ■fearing on Matters of Fact — Su lervisors to Buppty Information on Kkpol Sections to General Land Lo Board of Supervisors of Im ll County met at the Court House I Centro at 10 o'clock on the fore* 1 of May I, all members being le ; mimutea at tho last meeting fogjflßftLl amended so as to show HpHf H. Royco for $1570 for pjHPt>rWgwfl_ across the Al;imo HR^d Red woiii- Canal on the Al- BgFjystono Road. ■T reports of (he County LUo re Inspector, County Horticultur- Pommlssloner. Cwunty Dee Inspec ?and County Health Officer were! dyed and filed. : ocause of the Inaction of the vlew l appointed, la view the Sunset re Road, their appointment was and the Hoard appointed C. Hrderick, W. R. Sampson and H. BLj£t as viewers for this road. mfcard adopted a motion to the Ht the < cty.lrman o'C^the Hoard! H^^CkninlsfioMer.-; rvms^ent...

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

Saturday, K\Ay 8, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE Cement sidewalks are being laid on Fifth street, west of Pino street. * # # The lloltvlllo publis schools Cioeurl for the summer vacation yesterday. * * # A. N. Pearson hart purchased 11. B. Oillespie's flve-uo.ro tract of land for $2500. * * * W. P. Chancy has completed a six room cottago at Pine and Seventh streets. « • « The Hotel Alamo and all the room ing houses are well filled theso days with transients. * ♦ * Charles Mackay, of Watertown, Wis consin, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. James S.- White, Jr. PJoel Anderson has been appointed •superintendent of construction fo" Water. -Company, iso. 5. * * * W. H. Condart is clearing and grad ing 1000 acres of land' in the district to the south of Holtville. *, * ,♦ This week C. J. Schenck has begun the erection of his new business block, opposite the Hotel Alamo. •X- * * B. Howard Whitcomb, a director of Water Company No. 7,' goes to Terre Haute, Indiana, to .spend the summer. * * * Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press B Otftolal Newspaper sf Imperial County »nd City of El Centr* &- : PUPLJCHKD BVERT SATURDAY. ■*n«B* r C F. Hayden |<Mor Allen Kelly ■Ms—lsf Editor Lewis HavarmaU ¥■■>*.:• ' ■ BUBBCRJPTION lv Year ; $1.00 »*-. Months „.. .60 Wt— Months .25 gfrfle Copies 05 L^ X "WATCH THB SUBSCRIPTION DATS ON YOUR PAPER. WT The number of our paid circulation and rates of Advertising will be Banished on application. ■ All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial ■alley Prega. ■ Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Brotro, California, tinder the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. BUSINESS END OF FARMING. |The farmer is the victim of all the economic bunco games, the wy mark for every sort of business grafter, simply and solely be uise he has not learned well the lesson of combination put before im by every other industrial and commercial force. The farmer an individualist largely because of conditions surrounding ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

H.ilurdny, M.+v -8, 1909. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum. 1 93 66 20 2 99 61 22 3 99 68 20 4 98 66 16 5 100 67 10 6 98 60 17 7 92 76 27 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Dally Gage Heights and Dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, May 1, 1909.* Date. gage height, discharge. April 25 23.70 41,300 April 26 24.30 44,400 April 27 24.65 46,800 April 28 24.65 46,100 April 29 24.16 43,400 April 30 23.85 41,600 May 1... 23.45 39,400 P;V FRANCIS L SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD Born — April 30, to Mr^ad.Mrs. Carl Hamilton, at Calexlco/i a daughter. ■" Bora — April 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Wat son Wooley Culver, Calexico, a son » # ♦ Born — April 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Ce cil Victor Hamilton, Calexico, a daugh ter. \* * * Bom — April 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole Filson, El Centro, a daughter. • • • Born — April 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders, one mile east of the Ten Foot Drop, a daughter. * * * Died — April 24, Benjamin Castro, aged 74 year...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

6 TEMPERANCE NOTES. By Mr*. J. C. Blacklnton, Prees Cor respondent of the W. C. T. U. r ? 83 gives this space to the I^,- C. T. U. and Is not responsible for the opinions here expressed.] •:' A movement for creating a "Moth •rtf.'Fund" tor destitute mothers and children has been promulgated in the East, with a desire toward making it a national feature; and since the -mothers'- department and charity are, Important features of the W. C. TTT^J., it is deemed advisable to refer to It in this column. I' Los Angeles, under the leadership j»f Mrs. Baker P. Leo, has entered with ''great zest into this much needed form cf charity work, and it has been the popular theme of the city during the past week. The Merchants' and Man ufacturers' Association has heartily endprsep the movement and has madjp Wteral Sk>nations, and booths have ptgon maintained in all the leading Bfflires in the ciTy where articles of Hpthing for mothers and children have Ren sold for the benefit of tnls fund. ■ The ...

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