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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

m .-.- OFFICERS OF CIT Trustees *- 11. n. iQPSu gPley Brown, C F. Hnttre««, W. O. iflKiVmon, IX D. Pellet. ' City Clerk— F. O. Havens. City Treasurer— lt. M. Jauman. City Attorney— M. \v. Conkllng. City Marshal— C. A. Bradford. City Reoorder-j. F. Tout, OFFICERS OP IMPERIAL COUNTY. Supervisors— F. 8. Webstar, Sydney Mc- Uarg, R. 11. Clark, Porter N. Fercuson, a. it. Wade. Judge of the Superior Court — Franklin J. Cole. District Attorney— John If. Ekhleauw. County Clerk— D. 8. Elder. County Treasurer— Paul Bomon. County Auditor— a P. McClelland. County Assessor— Fred Fuller. County Tax Collector— B. O. Wright County Surveyor— B. 11. Oalnes. County Recorder— John B. Baker. County Supt Of Schools— J. B. Carr. County Sheriff— Mobley Meadow*. County Coroner— T. J. Mitchell. ,;■•'. County Hesltn Officer— Virgil MoOombs. AmL Health Officer— BL H. Sherman. Publlo Administrator— a. h. |\>rreitsr. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figures For General Produce and Uv« Btock A« Revised by El Centra...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 8 May 1909

TO HEADING IBervlc« From Calexleo 'ugh Mexican Territory ir train norrlce on the Inter- y»la between Calexleo and the pUfflkTlt ~Uio Colorado intake was tftbllßhed on Thursday morning. The kin, leaves Culoxico at 6 a. m. stays .minutes at the heading and re- LTnlng arrives at Calexleo at 2 p. f^The faro for Iho round trip Is Trains cannot run lo Hanlon Junc in at present because the railway twi-cn the lower heading and the nctlon runs through -tho Yuma In an ; Reservation and the Southern iclflc neglected .to umutn a right [way or a permit- from the govern ent. The track was laid .is a torn rary line to facilitate work In clo3 g the break of the Colorado and no ;ht to ii;aintaln tt was acquired. The llroad.^Aoplo overlooked that point, id'tl^ attention of too government •^.Called to'tt-^y the Indian Agent Ri regular train service was an- Inced. Now* the " Southern Pacific ■taking the matter up with the In lipr Department and the necessary realities will be observed. As soon 'i the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. AUTHOR AND SINGER DELIGHT AUDIENCE Harold Wright Delivers Elo quent Address on Education at Opera House.' •Grammar Bcho'ol Baccalaureate Ser vice Occasion of Admirable Enter tainment — Impromptu Musical Reci tal By Visiting Singer and Accom panists Follows Regular Program. "Baccalaureate" service is an in novation in grammar school peda gogics to be credited to El Centro. The eighth grade of the El Centro grammar school held services of that iiaturu at Holt Opera House last Sun day night, and the occasion proved to.be an excuse for one of the most •enjoyable entertainments ever offered to the public in the county seat. Prof. Ragan bad the gqod luck to persuade Harold Bell Wright to de liver an address, and announcement •of that feature of the program caused the Opera Hou^e seats to be filled. Mr. Wright has been a resident in the valley for about two years, but he has declined all invitations to speak, in public and devoted himself wholly to ' the lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

2 California Beauty VERGILIA GOGUK, POSTER GIRL OF PORTOLA FESTIVAI The most beautiful girl in the State of California has finally been selected. Over two thousand of California's most beautiful girls submitted their photos to ths Executive ComiaUt.ee of the Portola Festival in San Francisco for Judgment Miss Vergilia. Bogue, a resident of San Francisco, is (.he honored young woman. She occupies a good social position, her father being Virgil Itogue CITY WATER WORKS Trustees Consider Liberal Offer of Transfer of Private System. The Board of City Trustees met ii; called session at 6 o'clock p. iv., Fri % day, May 7, having l>ee« notified by the President. Roll call showed present — President '"- Pearson, Trustees Hamilton ana Pel let. Absent — Brown and Buttress. President Pearson aaaounced the business of the meeting to be the adoption of an ordinance fixing, the time and place of meeting and any new business that may come before the board. Ordinance No. 37, fixing the place ... ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, May 15, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE O. VV. HaTilaud lias been appointed building Inspector of Holtvllle. •* *. * A. P. Maddox has returned to lloll tlUq after a trip through Oklahoma, Texas: and Arizona. * ■* # Lombard ft Bon, San B'ruuclHco cap italists, who recently visited Imperial Valley, haro notified their local agents that (hey are ready to make, farm loiins on valley ranches as soon as the loan applications are approved. ♦ * ♦ George El Dorm, who owns more Mian thirty lots In Holtville, has prom lsed the Socialists their choice of nny «ne ol uese lots if they will erect a $3000 ball npoa it. The Socialists arc how raising money to take advantage of this ofer. » ♦ • Holtvllle tfcis week acquires direct communication with the outside world by means of tbo Western Union Tel egraph Company. The Ilolton Inter- Urban Railroad Company has com pleted arraagements for handling the Western Union business over its wires from HoltTllle to El Centro where direct connections ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra PrniLTcifEbI!VBRY~3AfURDAYr * Manager C. F. Hayden Kdltor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION OM Year .....*. $100 Blx Months 50 Three Months 25 Wngle Copies .06 The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will tw furnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at K\ Ooatro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADIOS, SENORES LOS TOREDORES! Until last Sunday only a small part of the population of Im perial Valley had more than a vague, general idea of the nature of the peculiarly Spanish "sport" of bullfighting. Knowledge of' the true character of that diversion, as practiced in Mexico, is now fairly well disseminated. Nearly three thousand persons at tended a bull fight at Mexicali. Nearly all of them were from this si...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, May 15, im. THE WEATHER l)al«' Max. Tern. Mln. Tofn. Hum. 8 07 78 32* 9 97 75 8] 10 or. r>9 34 11 92 58 30 12 R9 57 10 •ll'j.fX' T9 50 45 14 80 66 30 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Dally Oftßo Heights and Dis charges of tho Colorado River at Yumn, Arizona, for tho week ending Saturday, May 8, 1909. Date. gage height, discharge. May 2 23.00 3G.900 May 3 22.70 32,400 May 4 22.85 33,600 May G 23.25 39,200 May C 23.45 41,700 May 7 23.35 40,000 May S 23.05 37,200 FRANCIS L- SELL.EW, Project Engineer. SAN OIEGO BACKS OUT. The latest information from San Di ego is to the effect that the Chamber of Commerce excursion to Imperial Valley, which was announced and for which the citizens of valley towns have been making preparations, is off again. The committee that sent no tification of -the excursion talked about 150 to 200 In the party, but it seems to have turned out that it was only talk and that not enough tickets could be sold to make the thing go. San Diego talks a lot about Imper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

6 TEMPERANCE NOTES. By Mrs. J. C. Blacklnton, Press Cor respondent of the W. C. T. U. (The Press given this space to the W. C. T. U. and is not responsible for the opinions here expressed.) "Another year of defeat for tho Am erican 8aloon" is the heading of an ar ticle In the May Review of Reviews from which we quote the following: Tho revolt against the liquor traf •o seems to be world wide.. The fight against it in Europe is nearly aa flerce as it Is in this country. Finland abolished intoxicants by a vote of its Parliament. Iceland adopted national | prohibition in September last. The Duma of Russia ordered the removal of the royal eagle from the vodka bottles, and the substitution of the ■tnill and cross bones, tho symbols •f death, and the word poison writ tea in largo letters beneath them as m warning to the people. In Paris there are placards placed on the bulle tin boards saying that "whoever puts alcohol in his mouth takes out his brains, hls'money, his health, his hap pine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, May 16, 1909. orncß«« or city of bl ckntro. Tiusteee —H. B. Pearaon, 1. Stanley ■rtmw C. r. Buttress, W. O. Hamilton, JD. D. Pellet. City Clerfc—F. O. Havens. City Treasurer— R. B. Jaumaa. City Attorney— M. W. ConkUns;. City Marshal— a A. Bradford. City Recorder— J. F. Tout. OFFiccna or imperial county. Bup«rvl«or»— F. 8. Web«tor, Sydney Mo* H&rg, R. 11. Clark, Porter N. Fwguaoa, a. n. wad*. Judge of the Superior Court — Franklin 3. Cola. District Attorney— John M. Behteman. County Clerk— D. B. Oder. County Treasurer— Paul Boman. ' County Auditor— C. P. McClelland. County Aseeuor— Fred Fuller. County Tax Collector— B. O. Wright. County Surveyor— B. 11. Oalnea. County Recorder— John B. Baker. County Bupt. of School*— J. BS. Oarr. County Bharlff— Mobley Ueadow*. County Coroner— T. J. Mitchell. County Health Officer— Vlrail ICeOombe. Aait Health Officer— B. 11. Sherman. Public Administrator— B. BS. Forrester. LOCAL MARKET PRICES 'Selling Figures For General Produce and Li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 15 May 1909

8 ROAD TO SAN DIEBO Engineer* Have Found No Better Route Than the Devil's Canon Oracle. Engineer Perry and his assistants are still at work trying to find a bet ter route than Devll'R Canon for the 8&n Diego road, but all other routes through the mountains are 6<> rugged that it Is cot likoly they will be Able to work out a better grade at any reasonable cosL Tho surveyors 1 have smashed two wagonß among the rocks, and they have been working in coun try too rough. even tor burros to nar- To get a practicable grade, it would be • necessary to - move a i vast quanti ty of boulders' and Increase consider ably the legnth of the mad. Until the survey shall be completed and compu tations made, no definite estimate can be made, but at present Mr. Perry Is of the opinion that Devil's Canon of fers the best grade and that a good road could be built along that route much cheaper than on another line. There is no lack ot.flrst-raia material for construction of a permanent high way, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. SUNDAY SERVICES ACROSS THE BORDER fiull Butchers, Bunco Artists and Ghicken|jFighters Make Holiday Tormented Toro Turns Upon Torrea* dor and Puts Him Out of the Game -—Beggarly Attendance at the Last of the Mexloall Slaughter- House Matinees. About two or three hundred peo ple, and but few of them Americans, paid to see two bulls slowly tor tured to death in the "plaza de toros" at Mexicali last Sunday. The spec tacle was bestial and revolting. It was made horrible by the goring nearly unto death of one of the play ers of the bloody game, an unskill ful fellow who failed to dodge the charge of the bull. More hideous than the goring of the prostrate man was the indiffer ence of the spectators and of the . man's comrades. Not a sign of com passion was given when the man, ash en gray of face and dripping blood, was borne through the crowd. There was a delay of five minutes, and tho sport went on. To the men in the ring, the mis ' hap was all in the day's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

2 BRAWLEY TRUSTEES ARE UNPOPULAR Mass Meeting of Citizens De mands the Resignation of tho Board, Charges of Inefficiency, Negligence and Indifference fo Public Interests Made .in Resolutions Presented to the Discredited Officials — Actions For Malfeasance-- May Be Brought. HrnwJpj- has a "recall" movement of Its own, just now, and although in fashion is not happy. That city, as represented by 1(0 of Its tax-payers and voters — which In a largo majority — demands the resignation Of the en tire board of City Tnt sloes and the City Clerk. Tho "Trustees, according to latest reports, are defiant, and it is likely they will -refuse to resign. Rumors of actions -against them for alleged malfeasance in office, or a movement to distnoorparte the city In case they refiiso to resign, are afloat Next Tuesday night will determine the trend the movement is to take. At that time the City Trustees are to consider tho -following resolution., which was adopted at a mass meeting in which 150 Brawley m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

Saturday, May 22, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE Hollvlllc nan si now attorney, A. C. Lovelace. * # -X- L. 9. Anbury has gone to «an Fran cisco, where bin falhor Ih seriously 111. * # # T. W.i Stuart, of Venice, Missouri, Is the guoHi. of Mr. and Mr. J. S. Martin. * # # Claude Dutcher will leave In a short time to accept a position with the 8. P. In Mexico. * * » R. O. Kendall has resigned as dep uty postmaster at Holtville, and will become a rancher. /* * * Trustee P. A. Ilust, who has been laid up with rheumatism for the past week, departed last night for Murletta Hot Springs. * # * William Wilson and family leave Holtville this week for Denver, Colo rado, with the hope of benefiting Mrs. Wilson's health. v ♦ ♦ ft William A. Wilson, of Elkins, 'West Virginia, was a visitor at Holtville the past week, a guest of M. A. Ken dall. He may return to locate hero. ♦ ♦ ♦ Holtville now has six religious or ganizations holding regular services, the Methodists, Christians, Friends, Episcopalian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official H*wpapr of Imperial County and City of El Centro ]^]~I PUDUCn'CTWB^"SATURbAT7~ Manager C F. Hayden Ctfltor Allan Kelly AaaoeUU Editor Lewis Havermale On© X OAT •• . . , , • . . . . $1 .00 flx Months RO Three Months 25 •Ingle Copies . 0» WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATH ON YOUR PAPER. The number of our paid circulation and rates of acftertlalng will bo tarnished on application. All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3. 1906, at the poetofflce at HI Otntro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VALLEY STATE BANK AFFAIRS. When the Valley State Bank was closed by the bank commis sion thirty days ago, The Press was informed, and had the best of reasons for believing, that depositors were protected fully and would not lose a dollar. There had been no misuse of funds, the bank had not lost money and was not insolvent. Enemies of El Centro and of men interested in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

Saturday, May 2?,, 1909. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tero. Mm. Tern. Hum. 15 92 66 20 16 93 66 21 17 94 67 23 18 94 52 26, 19 88 62 26 20 90 56 31 21 84 60 35 » WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Dally Gago Heights and Dis charge Of thn Colorado River ul Yuma, Arizona, lor the weok ending Saturday, May 15, 1909. Date. gage height, discharge. May 9 23.00 36,800 May 10 23.00 37,400 May if 23.16 38,500 May 12 23.65 43,000 May 13 23.95 47,200 May 14 24.20 49,000 May 15 24.50 61,800 PRANCIS L SBLIJ2W, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD. Born— May 14, to Mr. and Mr?. William Platt, at El Centro, a daugh ter. ' Died— May 7, Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Curtis, at Holtville. Died— May 13, at Holtville, Wallace Wllmont, aged 28 years. Mr. Wil mont came to Imperial Valley from Driftwood, Oklahoma, last fall, seek ing to benefit his health. His death was caused by neuralgia of the heart. The body was taken to Driftwood for burial. WILL LECTURE ON "HOME." Rev. L. D. Greene, a member of tho North New York Met...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

6 THE ONION MARKET Tetter Prices Expected Later in Sea son—Bermuda Growers Dis couraged. Th»i Chicago Produce News of May J5 has a dispatch from New York say ing: Thus far about 750 cars of Texa* onions bare boon received this season. Receipts tills week were heavy nnd will be liberal next week while the week after that, will begin to taper off nnd l)e leas until the end of the Reason. The quality was never finer and the general impression Is that later prices will be belter. Bermuda stock is polling for less money than Texas and despite lh a . dif ference In price buyers seem to favor the Texas product. This week sonic of the finest Crystal Wax seen on the market were shown and they brought as high as 11.50, whllo somo very flu-* yellows brought $1.35. A trifle over half of the Texas crojj has been shipped. There Is much complaint in Ber muda about the price, which if) being paid for the stock on the wharf there. With onions selling at $1 here the grower gets nothing. Unless the -l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

Baturd:\y May ; 2?, 1909. Delinquent Tax List of the City of El Centro. FOR THfi PISwAL YEAR 1908-09. Shi i ■ • ;■ 'sill NAM 14 AND TiESCKIPTION !J !*» § § El Oentro lAnrt Co.— l^ot 14, Block 3 1 .94" $.10 $.061.60 $1.69 LotlB, lilock 3 »4 .lv .05 .60 1.69 IMt 3, Block 5 '.76 .08 .04 .60 1.37, Lot jj, lilouk 6 75 .08 .04 .60 1.37' Lot 16. Hock 6 1.13 .11 .08 .60 1.80 Lot 6, Block 7 1.60 .16 .08 .60 2.23 Lot 7, Block 7 1.60 ,16 .08 .60 2.23 Lot 11, Block 7 1.88 ,19 ,o'.) .50 2.64 Lot 13, Block 7 1.88 .19 .09 .60 2.64 Lot 19, Block 7 1.88 .19 .o'.! .50 2.64 Lot 27, Block 8 1.88 .19 .09 .50 2.64 Lot 28, Block 8 1.88 .19 .09 .60 2.64 Lot 29, Block 8 1.88 .19 .09 .60 2.64 Lot 30, Block 1 1.88 .19 .09 .60 2.64 Lot 40, Block i 1.88 .19 .09 .50 2.64 Lot 3, Block 8..... 1.50 .15 .08 .50 2.23 . Lot 4, Block 8 1.50 .15 .08 .50 2.23 Lot 6, Block 9 1.60 .15 .08 .60 2.23 Lotie, Block 9 1.60 .15 .08 .60 2.23 Lot 17, Block 9 1.50 .15 .08 .50 2.23 Lot 5, Block 18 1.88 .19 .On .50 2.64 ' _ ' Lot 1, B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 22 May 1909

8 NEWS BREVITIES Tombstone Jury finds tiireo Mexi can "Reds" guilty of violation of ucu tmlltr law 8 . Nicaragua banana ntghl riders lay waste largo tracts of land owned by Americans. Capt. Peter C. Ilalns, U. 8. A., given Indeterminate sontenoe for murder of William K. Annis. .»— o—o Entire Texas holdings of Waters- Pierce OU Company, amounting to $27 000,000, to be sold at auction. Field Marshal I*>nl Roberts declares English army bat sham, and says dan ger of German Invasion to dally great er. Mra. William . 13. Annis stguß con tract to appear tn vaudeville skit util izing murder of husband by Capt. Halns. Bill before Wisconsin Legislature forbids candidates for offloo making contribution to churches during cam paign. Monstrous new milliner/ creation causes a movement in Los Angeles churches for removal of ladles' hats during services. . Fuel experts of Pittsburgh declare that with new process for treating lignite California will become greatest fuel-producing state, jn Union....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL, IX. CITY MAY ACQUIRE LOCAL WATER SYSTEM Trustees Vote to Take Over Plant If Bonds Are ... Issued. tentatively Accept Offer of W. F. Holt to Sell Land, Equipment and One Hundred and Twenty Bharea of . Water Stock for Ten Thousand Dol lars—Plans For Extensions. The Board of City Trustees of El Centro met at the City Hall in regu lar session on Tuesday evening, May {25. Trustees Brown, Pearson, Black ~inton, Pellet, and Hamilton rfere pres ent. The minul os of meetings ' of May 10, 11, 14 and 18 were read and ap proved. . Under the reports of city officers, City Attorney Conkling reported, re garding the sewer farm, that no bad found a provision of the land lawa permitting the sale of land to muni cipalities for park and drainage pur poses, and that under this law the city of El Centro had purchased from I. N. Stevens forty acres of land, pay ing $1600 therefor. City Engineer Pearson presented a map' of the proposed extensions of the El Centro sewer system, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

2 A DEBT OF HONOR Payment of Harrlman'* Claim Against The Government ' For Closing Break in Colorado River Urged by Press 81nce B. H. Harrlman'B recent visit Vo Los Angeles, at which time lie promised to build a big union depot ln that city when Congress reimbursed him for closing the break n the Colo rado Rver, the Ijoa Angelos papers kave been urging lhat this claim bo settled as a debt oT honor. Tho latest appeal Is from the Los Angeles liven ing Newa, which says: "Aside from the hope of Lo3 Angcle3 in the matter, the Justice of Mr. Har rlman's claim is so apparent that we do not see how Congress can refuse to meet It. Up to the time of the break, neither tho Southern Pacific nor the California Development Com panies had taken any advantage of natural j conditions to advance their private interests. They had done nothing which could have resulted in any injury to any Individual living under the Colorado river at any point. They had made only the most legltl •mate use of the river...

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