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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

Saturd*?. May 29, 1903. County News HEBER. • Hot. it. U Glaaby li.vs erected n cot tage on his property. * * * \\* !^ j Mr«. Itobcrt Lolloy O!a3by lias been appointed school trußtee, vice J. B. M6ffma«, rosigned. k * * District Attoney J. M. Kshloman will be the epeafcer at tho mcotlng of the llnbr.r Chrlndan Endeavor Socle 4/, tornbrrcw morning. Ho will glvo. v tiicinoH;il addrcett. * * * Fifty carloadfi of hay have !)een \ Hhlpped out from the Heber stattnn j the past ten days, sind more would ' hayo -gone out had- tne cars been available Hay has been piled up on j Hie ground here awaiting shipment. CALEXICO A fair Klxed audience hoard Dr. Pltner's lecture on "Boots and Sad dles" last night at the "M. E." church. ' .;• ,y . * * # ,^ The bullfighter, who carried off the honors of , the last exhibition by get ting severely gored, is out of bed and Pf able to.traTel. j i' • "" # * * Postmaster H. H. Grlswold will not return from Los, Angeles till Sun day; ' Mrs. Griswold hopes to be ...

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. — 29 May 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official N«w«p»p«r of Imperial County and City of El Centro TOniJsIIKD^'vWT^'fIJRDAY. M»n»o«r C. F. Hayden Cdltor Alltn Kelly AmoelMi* Editor Lewlt Havermale Qutt Yf>nr ••< * 1. 00 «x Month* 60 Three Month* 25 ■ingle Copies 05 WATCH~THE BUlb¥c~R~^ The cumber of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will bo famished on application. ______________ All reuiitUnceH and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. Entered as secoud-cl— is mutter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at Xl Centro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. REOPENING OF VALLEY LANDS. About 200,000 acres of Imperial Valley land were reopened to entry last Monday by expiration of the ninety-day suspension fol lowing official filing of plats of the resurvey. The area restored is not quite half of the land covered by the present system of ir rigating canals. There was a rush of entrymen to the Land Office in Los An geles, and the Receiver took i...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

Satordo/, May 29, 1 909. THE WEATHER unto Mmx, Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum. 22 87 61 37 23 86 60 .10 24 $0 66 25 25 96 62 21 26 100 64 20 27 111 68 17 28 84 60 35 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Daily Ga£« Heights and Din* charges off the Colorado River at Tuma, Arlaoaa, for the week ending Saturday, May 22, 1909. Date. face height, discharge. May 10 24.90 66,500 May 17. 25.80 61,600 May 18, 26.60 66,000 May It 25.80 * 66,400 May 20, 26.20 70,400 May 21 26.20 68,600 May 22 26.30 6V.100 rRANCIS L SELLBW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD Bom — May 17, to Mr. and Mra. William If. Norton, at Bl Centro, a son. • • • Born — May 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Syl. vanus Haskell, at El Centro, a son. I * * * Born — Hay 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Hen- | ry Jasper Wilson, at Silsbee, a son. i ♦* * i Born — May 36 to Mr. and Mrs. Clar- | ence Hitter, at Calexico, a daughter.! NANCE CABE DISMIBBED. In the Imperial County Superior Court, Monday morning, the case of the people vs. Albert Nance, in which Mrs. Holms was the complain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

TEMPERANCE NOTES. Mrs. J. C. Blacklnton, Press Cor (respondent of the W. c. T. U. The Prefis gives this space to the *|C. T. U. and i« not responsible ,'flhe opinions here expressed.) 4eW. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. 4y Garrcn nt the Oarren Lodging ,};e on Friday, June 4th. Subject jje Mission of Flowers," Mrs.' Kittle i |ls, Leader. All members are re- 1 Cfstcd to bring flowers for. dl&trlbu u among the sick. |he' twenty-sixth annual State con flion of the Woman's Christian itiperance Union convened at the gsbylerian Church at- Pomona,, with lit four hundred delegates, with 5. r ; Hester T. Griffith, State Presl it In the chair. The delegates from aerial County were as follows: Mra. 'Angle Miller, Mrs. May Plush, Mrs. nnett, Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Wles of Brawlcy:. Mrs. Strain, of imo; Mrs. Hoyt, and Miss Osborn f Holtville arid Mrs. Ida Tout of Ktentro. j. !<fb'c'mioOnaing sessions were occupied i:h executive work In different de rtments, and the regular meeting s called to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

Saturday/May-.. 29, 1009. ' ' mil***' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ' IVV_HV_9Sllr7VV7_H_iV__i_ l V_l * • Delinquent Tax> List of the City of El Centro. FOR THB FISCAL YBAR 1908:09. NAMK AND INSCRIPTION d w %* § & ki Centra Land Co.— Lot 14, Mock 3 | .94 ».10 |.05 $.50 U-&9 Lot 18, lMock 8 I .94 .10 .05 .60 1.69 ; Lot 3, ltlock 6 76. 08 .04 .60 1.87 Lot i,, liln.h 6 .75 ,0k .04 .60 l.'il Lot 15, Jilock 5 1.13 .11 .OH .60 1.&0 , Lot 6. Ulock 7 1.60 .16 .08 .50 2.23 Lot 7, Block 7.... 1.60 .16 .08 .60 2.23 Lot 11, JUiif.lt 7 '... l.xx .ID .0.) .60 2.G4 Lot la, Block 7 1.88 .19 .«:• .60 2.64 Lot It. r.liick 7 1.88 .19 .D.i .60 2.U4 Lot i.l. Mock 8 1.88 .19 .0:) .60 2.64 Lot 28, U'.ock 8 1.88 .19 .09 .60 2.64 Lot 29, Ulock 8 1.88 .19 .in ,6U 2.64 Lot 30, Ulock 8 1.88 .19 .O'l .60 2.C4 Lot 40, Ulock 8 1.88 .1!) .09 .50 2.64 A Lot 3, Ulock 8 1.60 .15 .08 .50 2.23 Lot 4, Ulock 8 1.50 .15 .08 .60 2.23 , • Lot 6, Ulock II 1.60 .15 .08 .60 5.?3 Lot 16, Ulock 9 1.60 .15 .08 .60 2.23 . Lot 17, Ulo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 29 May 1909

8 ADVISES CAUTIOUS SHIPPING • i ■Lot Angeles May Man Bay* Proper Marketing Ohewld Bring Good Prices for Valle/t Entire Hay Crop. | In a letter to a valley resident re- Iceived this week, D. P. Flory, mana ifr of the Los Angeles Hay Storage [Company, discusses the general con* •Jtions of the hay market, and urges (that ranchers of the valley use cau tion In shipping, as their tendency at this season of the year Is to crown onto the market until they break the prices of their own products. Mr. , Flory says :•• ■' r i".*';.SKi>'-?* ww.« •> "Tho Imperial Valley hay crop would be handled to bettor advantage to ' the ,' produfws .' if «,(hdj \woulfl * Bend I to the larger dealers rather than ship; to a brokerage here, and especially to | parties who ship (heir own nay and j crowd the market, and In order to] save demurrage sell for what price i ; they can obtain. ! "You can readily see that when a large number of cars of hay are ship ped here and are. unsold when they 'arrive, the s...

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

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. REPORT ON HIGHWAYS NEARLY COMPLETED Surveyors Map Three Possible Roules.Through Mountains to San Diego. ■ Abundance of Good Material at Foot of Mountains Suggests Plan For Im proving Roads Throughout the Val ley — Commissioners Will Report to Supervisors Within Thirty Days. Imperial County's proposed system of highways, including the Imperial- San Dfego inter- county boulevard project, will soon be ready for pre sentation tV) the Board of Supervisors and general discussion by the public. The County Highway Commission met at El Centro on Tuesday, audited bills and attended to routine business, and received an informal report, from Engineer C. N. Perry, whose survey ing corps for several weeks has been .working In the mountains to the west ward of the valley, seeking the most desirable route -for the highway to San Diego. Mr. Perry has about completed the map showing the three routes survey ed from Coyote Wells to Mountain Springs. Until his data are al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 June 1909

2 HALF A MILLION TREES F. O. Havens and W. W. Laport Grow ing Sour Orange Seedlings to be Budded to Navels Tho largest seedling orange enter prise yet started in Imperial Valley la that now under way on the LapoH ranch, southeast of Silsbee. Felix O. Havens, of El Centro, and W. W. I-a- owner of thlg ranch, are the promoters of the enterprise whereby they oxpect to bring to maturity more than a half million of orange trees for planting in this valley. They have erected a lath house 128 x 156 fret, nnd seven feet In height. Within this enclosure the work of starting the orange plants has been carried on for the past three months. Experts are engaged in the task, and already the deep green of the tiny rows of plants shows to advantage and is attracting many visitors. Five and a half bushels of Florida sour orange seed was secured for this first planting. The methods used , are Interesting. First the seed Is spread smoothly over gunny-sacks and laid on the ground, and then covered •wit...

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

Saturday, June S, 1909. County Notes HEBER. Ralph E. Williams will serve as pastor of the Congregational churches at Elder, District No. 7, Eucalyptus and Meloland, this summer. Prof. Charles Hoolh, dean of the Imperial Valley Collegiate Institute, left Heber last week for a visit at Berkeley, after which he will go to his home in Tuolumme county to spend the summer vacation. * * * # * * After a long and vexatious wait.., Heber, one of the oldest settled com munities of Imperial Valley, is at last to secure a railroad depot and the services of a station agent. Heretofore all the shipping busi ness has been done through the El Centro station, and for many months the shippers have ,been endeavor ing to impress the Southern Pacific officials with their need of better fa cilities for handling the business of shipping. This week Assistant Superintend ent Jamison has been in the valley, and through the efforts of County As sessor . Fred Fuller his especial at tention was called to the vol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 June 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press P Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro ""'■■' ~~ PUnLIcTIBD~^EIiiraATURDAY. iUMgcr C. F. Hayden MHmt Allen Kelly i Associate Editor Lewis Havermale STTIiIKniTPTIOX Oh Ye»r $1.00 At Montha F>o Three Months 25 Ingle Copies . .^_ i . „ „.'.....'.. . . .06 'WATCH THE' aUDSCRIPTION DATE ONJOURJAPETr. The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be famished on Application. All remittances and communicaUonslibould be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the poatofllce at Bl Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. BIGGER MEN NEEDED. If the United States Reclamation Service is regarded with ), some suspicion by the settlers of Imperial Valley — and it is a fact ■ that the bureau does not command entire confidence — it is because the officers of the service seem to harbor a feeling of professional [■ jealousy toward a successful private enterprise o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 June 1909

Saturday, June 5, 1909. THE WEATHER Weather conditions of May were al most Identical with those of Septem ber, except that the temperature rec tords of May were made under condi tions that raise the maximum four J to six degrees above the temperature on the north side of buildings In El Centro. The thermometer Is shaded, but it is above bare ground and gets all the radiated and reilected heat of the desert. An Instrument placed upon a shaded lawn would show eight or nine degrees less heat. V The highest temperature in May I was 108 degrees on the last day; the lowest maximum was 84 degrees and the mean was 93 degrees. The low est temperature at night was 62 de grees, the highest 78 degrees and the mean minimum 62 degrees. Lowest [ j humidity ranged from 10 to 45 per "Vent, and the mean was 26 per cent. Following is the record for the past seven days: Date, Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum. j May 29 90 56 30 May 30 101 69 25 v May 31 108 62 23 1 110 74 24 ! June 2 112 76 26 j June 3 105 72 3...

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

6 IYl* 1 T 1 • . r 1 • 1 rs Delinquent Tax List of Imperial County For Fiscal Year 1908-9. SPECIAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS— UnIess delinquent taxes, together With penalties nrni costs, nre paid, the rernl property upon Which said tuxes nre a Hen, Will be sold nt my office June 26, 1909, at 10 oVlork a. in. EDWARD G. WRIGHT, Tax Collector for Imperial County. X ft- 1 k| k| £ || I j ~E NAME AND DESCRIPTION j $,% |1 g| H e u .~ U .Z «« j_ aj £H Jl 8 CALEXICO SCHOOL DISTRICT V. E. McQuown, lots 6 and 6, sec 2, T. 17, R. 14 6.68 .331 .60 Delphla E. Redman, WH of SEU. Sec. 12. T. 17, R. 14 V 39.45V 39.45 1.97J .80 J. W. McCoy. NEU- of NWU. Sec. 14, T. 17, R. 14 16.78 .79 .50 Thomas Clark. EH Of NEU of NEU. Sec. 16, T. 17, R. 14.. 14.47 1.08 .36 .36 .50 B. P. McDonald, NEU or Sec. 18, T. 17, R. 14 21.04 1.05 .50 W. H. Larew. und. 1-5. Sec. 16, T. 17, R. 15 21.83 1.64 .55 .55 .50 E. S. McCollum, E»4 Of Sec. 17, T. 17, R. 15 46.65 2.33 .50 E. S. McCollum, SH of SEU. sec. 8, T 17, R. 15 13.81 .69...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 5 June 1909

Saturday, June .6, 180$. M. A. .Tohnstnn, lot 6, blk. 71 130.05 .98 .82 .82 .60 I Stanley De Blols Co., lots 2!» to 27, blk. 72.. 1«.98 .86 1.60 Stanley De Blols Co., lot 2, blk. 78 7.83 .59 .20 .20 .60 Stanley De Blots Co., lots 7to 13, blk. 90 7.28 .66 .28 .28 3.60 Stanley De Blols Co., lots Ito 13, blk. 89 10.14 .78 .26 .26 6.60 Stanley De Blols Co., lot 7, blk. 71 6.22 .39 .13 .13 .60 Stanley De Blols Co., lots 20 and 21, blk. 69 2.60 .20 .06 .08 1.00 Stanley De Blols Co., lot 34, blk. 69 1.30 .10 .03 .03 .50 Stanley De Blols Co., lots 23 to 28, blk, 70 8.07 .62 .19 .1!) B.QO Stanley D« Blols Co., nil of blk. 43 7.83 .R9 .20 .20 .GO Stanley Do Blols Co., lots 25 and 26, blk. 73 1.04 .06 1.00 M. V. Dutcher, lota 12 and 13, blk. 70 '. 1.30 .06 1.00 M. V. Dutcher, lot 3, blk. 78 2.61 .13 .60 C. M. L. & C. Co., lots 17 to 19, blk. 78 26.11 1.31 1.50 Clement & McKeehan, lots 31 to 34, blk. 79 17.6)1 .89 2.00 J. Ilurllngame, lots 17 to 19, blk. 79 42.67 3.76 1.26 .89 1.60 Emil...

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

8 COLUMBIA Indestructible Cylinder Records 35c The clear, full, bril- liant tone of Colum- bia Indestructible Cylinder Records is the best reason for their sensational pop- [. They fit any cylin- der machine and last forever. DELOZIER FURNITURE CO. El Centro, California VACATION SALE Get Our Prices and select your Hat 9 before leaving the valley. We can- save you money. Everything in millinery and Ladies Furnishings at reduced prices. , SKIRTS From $1.09 up Agents for Spireila Corsets The Ladies Toggery ST. ANNE'S Maternity Hospital 1303 South FiguritM St. : : : Loi Angeln Under the Patronage of Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Conaty, D. D. Equipped with every modern conven- ience and in charge of skilled graduate nurses. Terms on Application. Hotel Sequoia 619 South Olive St., LOS ANGELES. Near Central Park and Pouloffice. NEW AND MODERN RATES: 75c Per -Day and Up $5.00 Per Week. BATHS FRBB ELEVATOR SERVICE From S. P. Depot, take West 7th St. car. or Edendale car. 7-13t wj a v I>Tiir 1 T*^/\...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX, WATER BOND ISSUE PROPOSED BY BOARD First Step Taken Toward Ade quate Supply for City of El Centro^ Reckless Charges Against Sewer Con tractors Shown by Engineer Gllle lan to be Without Shadow of Foun . dation — First Class Sewer System Guaranteed. The Board of Trustees of El Cen tro held a regular meeting last Tues day night and adopted a . resolution of Intention to call an election for the issue of $75,000 water bonds. The city engineer presented rough estimates of the cost of piping water from the Brawley main, constructing settling basins and installing a pump- Ing station, and he advised that an effort be made to obtain water by drilling a well. His outside estimate , was $91,000, but a portion of that would be offset by the sale of some of the property to be purchased from W. F. Holt with the existing water sys tem. After discussion of various pos sible methods of obtaining water and ■ constructing pipe lines, the trustees f concluded that $75,0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

2 BRINGS IN DAIRY STOCK Crawford A Davit Find Demand For Milk Cow* Strong and Draw on San Diego County Fop Suppliet. R. L. Davis, of the firm of Craw- Iford & Davis, returned to Xl Cenlro from a two weeks' slay in San Diego county, Friday night of last week, bringing with him seventy head of high-grade dairy cows, purchased from the Busb Brothers' dairy at San Diego. He purchased 276 head of milk cows while away, and of these 106 were driven across country from the vicin ity of San Diego to the Crawford & Davis ranch, northwest of El Centro. Ten days were required to make the I trip. Mr. Davis went back to San Diego this week to ship another bunch of 100 cows here, and he haa purchased twenty-five horses, which are to be brought to the ranch at once. "The expansion of the dairy busi ness in Imperial Valley this past spring has been something remarka ble," said Mr. Davis when discussing his recent movements the other day. "I believe we could sell 500 head/ bl good milk cows a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

Saturday, June 12f 1909. County Notes BRAWLEY Phlio Jones Is erecting a cottage on J street, near Imperial avenue. * * # Ray Oriawold is the owner of a young bob cat, captured In a nest on tho east edge of the Brawley town- Bite. -* * * ' Francis Ilelny had Lugllana grapes ripe last week, and waa the first man to ship valley grapes to market, so far as ia now known. * # * Tho old adobe building occupied by the Brawley News was torn down last week for the modern brick block be ; Ing erected by W. F. Holt. * # # Union Memorial Day Services were held in the Methodist Church at Brawley, with W. 11. Whelan; of the Brawley News, as the speaker. The Brawley High School and the Mason ic and Odd Fellows lodges attended these services In a body. -:f * * City Marshal John Martin, of Brnw ley, seized fourteen gallons of whis key, which was delivered from tho Southern Pacific depot to Huddleston'^ store In that town. Huddleston dis claimed ownership of the stuff, de claring it a mistake in deliv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centre PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY M*n«oer .. C. F. Hnyden Editor Allen Kelly Associate Editor Lewie Havermale ' „ "SUBSCRIPTION* One Year $1.00 Six Months. , f 50 Three Months , 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE BUBBCIIIP~T^6~N~ ~D~aW 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 » Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. CONCERNING VILLAGE BUSYBODIES (There is a small group of men — and a group of small men at that — in El Centro that is making reasonable people very weary I and making it needlessly difficult to maintain a rational, practi-j cable standard of public morality and civic cleanliness. By thei?* \ pettiness and their rancorous fanaticism they discredit the cause j they profess t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

Saturday, June 12, 1909. THE WEATHER - Dal*> Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum. 5 103 • '61 18 « 109 68 25 >V7;T .- 99 69 • 18 8 102 C 4 22 • ;• 101 64 16 10", • 102 62 17 11 102 64 20 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean Daily Gage Heights and Dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the weok ending Saturday, June 6, 1909. Date. gage height, discharge. May 30 26.00 72,300 May 31... 26.35 73,900 June 1 26.60 75,100 June 2.... 20..0 76,600 June 8 26.90 76,700 June 4 27.00 77,200 June 5 27.00 77,200 FRANCIS L SELLEW, - , Project Engineer. | TABLE GRAPES BY CARLOAD A. M. Mortensen, of the Pacific Fruit Express Company, has been riding through Imperial Valley, sizing up the forthcoming shipments, and he esti mates that there will be at least 150 carloads of table grapes for shipment this season. Last year the valley shipped out twenty-sx carloads, but this season many good vineyards come into bearing, while the older ones are producing a heavier crop. The first grapes will be ready for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 12 June 1909

6 Delinquent Tax List of Imperial County For Fiscal Year 1908-9. SPECIAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS— UnIess delinquent taxes, together with penalties find costs, are paid, the real property upon which said taxes are a lien, will be sold at my office June 26, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. EDWARD 0. WRIGHT, Tax Collector for Imperial County. *» «j *■■ j 2 5» i« &J! 2 Hi: |8 p NAME .AND DESCRIPTION , &3 83 S3 m j 2 -« *~« h I CALEXICO SCHOOL DISTRICT V. JB. McQuown, lots 6 and 6, sec. 2, T. 17, R. 14 6.68 .33 .60 Delphla R Redman. \V'V4 of SEVi, Sec. 12. T. 17, R. 14.... 39.45 1.97 .60 i. W. McCoy, NEVi of NWV4. Sec. 14, T. 17, R. 14 15.78 .79 .00 Thomas Clark, EH of NEVi of NEVi, Sec. 15, T. 17, R. 14.. 14.47 1.08 .36 .36 .50 B. F. McDonald VEVi of Sec. 18, T. 17, R. 14 21.04 1.05 .60 W. 11. Larew, ruU 1-5. Sec. 16, T. 17, R. 15 21.83 1.64 .65 .55 .50 E. S. McCollum. EV4 of Sec. 17, T. 17, R. 15 46.65 y/ *".SsH^s?^' K. 9. McCollum. SV4 Of SEVi. sec. 8, T 17. R. 16 13.81 * ,69 .50 Nora C....

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