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

Saturday, July 3, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE. Miss Alice Prim has gone from llolt rllle to her former home In Atwood, Illinois, to spend the summer. * * # Miss Lena Bridenstlne, who has been attending the Riverside High School, has returned to Holtville to spend the summer vacation. # # # An election will be held by the Holtville Union High School district on the proposition to Issue $65,000 bonds for the purchase of a school site, building school house and buy- Ing equipment. IMPERIAL. Postmaster Allatt has returned from a three-weeks' vacation on the coast. » # # Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long and child ren departed this week for a visit to their former home in Susanville, Las sen county, * * * Mrs. D. M. Bowman has gone to Pomona for a visit of several weeks, and from there will go to Seattle to visit the Alaska-Yukon Exposition. * * * \ A. L. Sonderegger, of Los Angeles, has been secured as consulting en gineler for the proposed municipal water system for Imperial. He has been in co...

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. — 3 July 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official °f Imperial County and City of £1 Centro PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY • Manager C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kel| y Associate Editor LewU Havermale ""SUBSCRIPTION" One Year »»-0» Six Months »2 Three Months *<? Single 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 Valley Press. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Omtro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. MACHINE POLITICS SCOTCHED The direct primary law enacted by the California legislature last March is sustained by the Supreme Court as constitutional and valid in every point, and the party convention for the nomina tion of candidates for, office, with its wire pulling, trading, jobbery I-- and betrayal of the people to "machines," is abolished. The occu- p ation of the ward ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 July 1909

Saturday, July 3, 1909. THE WEATHER Although the mean maximum tem perature for June, recorded at El Cen tro, under conditions giving higher readings than would be observed where there are trees and grass, was 104 degrees, the humidity was low and the heat was not oppressive. The last day of June was hotter than any day last year and July opened with a gen uine summer day. The record for June was: highest temperature, 114; mean maximum, 104; lowest tempera ture 62; mean minimum 67.6; humi dity at 2 p. m.; lowest 14 per cent, highest 34, mean minimum 22. There were two partly cloudy days In the month. June . Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tetn. Hum. 25 108 68 26 26 108 68 28 27 103 68 23 . 28 102 72 21 29 109 - 74 20 30 114 68 20 July 1 116 82 30 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, June 26, 1909. June 20 29.70 ' 127,500 June 21. 30.05 134,500 June 22 30.25 V' 138,700 June .23 30.50 144,200 June ,24 30.7...

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

6 LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figure* For General Produce and Live Stock At Revised by El Centro Business Houses. As a matter of general Interest, The Press gives below the prices current In the local market, as revised by El Centro business men, and this may be taken as indicative of the general prices prevailing throughout the Im perial Valley. These figures are the selling prices to consumers: Creamery first, butter, Tb 40c 3-Ib roll 70c figgs, ranch, do* 25c Honey 20c comb, 2 for 35c California Cheese 26c Rastern Cheese 25c Celery, head 10c Lettuce, dozen 50c Cncumbers, per «loz 30c Dry onions, 6 lbs 25c labbage 2 i£c Carrots, six bunches for 25c Tomatoes, 4 lbs 25c Rhubarb, per Ib 10c Turnips, bunch 5c Peaa 8c Bsk plant, lb .7%c Bell pepper, lb 10c Dry Chill pepper, lb 26c Pears, lb 6c Apples, box $2 to f 3.50 Pineapples, lb 10c Cherries, per pound 15c Guavas, lb 5c Bananas, doz 30c Strawberries, 10 c, 3 for 25c Oranges, navel, doi 30c Lemons, dozen 20c Green chill 10c Potatoes...

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

Saturday, July 3, 1909. List of Delinquent Purchasers of School Lands in Imperial County SHOWINQ THB AIIOUNT DUE JANUARY 1, 1909 r ' i ; : :*|! 2!l , : I It I Jif I\h if I i\ -|j\ ' !s|l jj !J| Name of Purchaser Address «^' I' 9§ . |1: § g!o Description \l I \'j 2 Mitchell, N. W. ' Anaheim, Cal. ' 4461 Sept. 24, 1888 1 1350 Nov. 19, 1888 S.D. 14S 16E 16 640 I All, Joseph Itelmson, Assignee, j 160 640 191.27 761.60 ■Botholts, Charltt 7 Montgomery Aye., a. F. 5905 Jan. 4, 1894 13088 Feb. 26, 1894 ,' S.H. 118 12E 36 640 ! All Chas. C. Haub, Assignee. 160 640 671.76 44.80 Dodsoii, A. E. , San Diego, Cal. I 6847 July 27, 1900 14900 Aug. 27, 1900 S.B, 15S 12E 36 160 H% HK%, NK«,i SH',4. 510",4 NK<4 40 160 94.42 11.20 W. R. Miller, Assignee. Frost, Abel U. San Diego, Cal. 6851 Oct. 31, 1900 14999 Dec. 20, 1900 S.D. 15S 14E 16 640 All ] 160 640 365.99 i t.RO Benton, Itobt. 11. San Diego, Cal. 6863 Oct. 29, 1900 14981 Dec. 7, 1900 H.U. 12S 13K If, 800 SVfe. NK'A, SH NW'/,, NEV4NWU. 150 CO...

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

8 I GRAND IFOURTH I OF JULY I CELEBRATION * $ and 5 J I FIREMEN'S I TOURNAMENT I IAT IMPERIAL I JULY FIFTH $ In commemoration of $ our Natal Day and $ celebrating the * most successful * harvest of * crops Imper- | lal Valley * has ever * known if — iTSp AND BE QURI6UEST I OCEANS OFFUNAWAITYOU I! i I FOLLOWINGJIS THE I PROGRAM * • J 10 a. m. Grand Street]! Parade. * Best Float $10. Open to all '.Val- it - ley towns. * Greased Pig Race immediately * after parade. Winner gets pig. * 11:30 a. m. Speaking at grounds * by Judge Brewer. * 12 m. Free Barbecue. * Ip. m. Motorcycle Race. First J Prize $15, 2n-d $10; entrance fee * $6; 5 to enter 3to start. ■J 1:30 p.m. Bronco Busting Con- * test, $10. Free for all. £ 2n. m. Greased Pole Contest, * $5. Free for all. J 2:00 p. m. Automobile Race; Ist * ""0, 2nd $20. Entrance fee $10; * i to enter, 3 to start. * 3p. m. Ladies' Riding Contest, * $5. Free to all. * 3:30 p. m. Saddle Horse Run- * n ; n^ Race, one-fourth mile; Ist J *1\ 2nd $15, 3r...

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

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. FOR PUBLIC GOOD CITIZENS UNITE Amalgamation of Chamber of Commerce and Ten Thousand Club Joint Committee From Both Bodies Appointed to Present' Plan of Effec tive Organization For Promotion of Progress of County and of City of El Centro. ~" That one active civic aud commer- . «ial organization is enough for El ; Centro was the decision of those who j attended the meeting called by the j Chamber of Commerce and held in j the City Hall last Tuesday night. , The Ten Thousand Club, having got , itself into shape to resume active work . for the good of El Centro, had pro posed a conference of the two bodies for the purpose of arranging a practi- ', cable plan of cooperation or amalga mation, and the conference commit tee had found the Chamber of Com- , merce hospitable to the Idea. Presi- j dent Brown of the Chamber of Com- ' merce presided -at the Joint meeting, | stated its purpose and presented his resignation. ' -| The question of the feasibility of \ ...

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

2 PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO — An Ordinance Creating the Office of Health Officer and Regulating the nuino.ng In the City of El Centro. mc liuard of. Trustees of ilij City of i~. Centra do iiiil.iln as follows: Section 1. The ofllee of Ilealln Officer in the City of Xl Centro in heieby cre ated. ' '\J~~ &eclion 2. It shall In; the July of the UmUU) ulllcoi to grant permits for plumb- Int: in said city, to inspect the name, and to require that all plumbing conform to the laws and regulations of the State vi CuUiuniiu and of the City of Xl Con tiu relative thereto, mvi also to care for the sewer system of the City of Xl Cen tro. and to do and perform such other acts as, may from time to time ho re icquiii'ii of him liy the Board of Trus tee* Of said City. Section 3. The salary of the lloulth Officer shall be per month. Section 4. It shall be unlawful for any person to carry on the business of plumb ijii, vi labor as a muster plumber or journeyman plumber In said city until he has fully...

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

Saturday, July 10, 19u9. County Notes DRAWLEY The health ofllcers are assured by chemists and bacteriologists of th- State University that the water Bupply of Drawley is not the agency by whicn typhoid has been spread in the town. * * * The Drawley Co-Operatlve Building Company has Btarled the work of mak ing concrete blocks for the new croam ery. Already the foundation has been completed and before the first of August the walls will be up nnd the roof on. Part of the interior will remain unfinished until the machin ery is installed, some time in Sep tember. * * * Father Burelbach, the Catholic priest who serves the valley parishes, has purchased 40 acres of land In No. -8, formerly owned by J. F. Roth. This land will be Improved and made more valuable. * * * The Threlk'elds are -building a new home on Keystone Aye. near H street. It is to be a five room house with all the modern improvements. •* * *• Mrs. M. D. Witter has returned from the Central Hospital at El Centro, where she w...

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

4 Empeoal Valley Piress Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro "i PPBUBtIBp PVERT SATURDAY ...-; S- : B;;;:;;:::;::^::^ A° S ociaie"kdiio;"::::::::: :::::::::::::: Lewis Havermaie SUBSCRIPTION One Year $I JJ Six Months „ Three Months T~ Siuglc Copies WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER ~~ The" number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. All remittances ami communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Tress. Entered 'sis matter I March 3, 1006, at tho_postofncc at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March ?., ISi!). BONDS FOR ROAD BUILDING San Diego County will hold an flection on August 3' on the question of issuing $1,250,000 in bonds for the purpose of building good roads, and there is no apparent reason to doubt that the bond issue will be approved. Judge J. T. Hayes, of San Diego, puts the argument for good loads in this form: •Good roads to the interior will add 50 per cent to ...

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

Saturday, .Tuly 10, 1909. THE WEATHER 12 108 88 ' 34 3 102 82 32 4 * 106 74 22 5 I OB fi9 18 « ior, r,6 20 7 102 70 25 8 104 fi« 7 COMPARATIVE TEMPERATURE 3 Record q of tho government weather Htation at Brawley show condition for th« month of Juno almost identi cal with the recorded observations at El Centra Thp in pan high and low tom peratures, worn one degrpp lower at Brawley than at El Cenlro. Tlie high est record at. Brawley was 112, at El Contro, \^\. Tho PrcsH Instru ment:'-nt Xl Centro arc ho exposed as to Record veritable desert tempera lure, not. modified by vegetation or Irrigation. Many degrees less heat ■would l)e recorded in an alfalfa field or in the shade of trees. WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, July 3, 1909. June 27 :JO.4R 142,700 June 28 W.m 11(8,300 June 29 20.85 135.200 June 30 2ftfir> 133,100 July 1 20.40 - 130,200 July 2 2\)A7> 133,000 July 3 20.40 132,400 FR...

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

6 HUNDREDS SPEND FOURTH AT EABT NEWPORT The popular resort, East Newport was visited by larger crowds this Fourth of July than in any previous year. The big bay was dotted with boats all day Sunday and Monday. Scores of people who had not known the attraction? of the resort until the recent large advertising campaign, spent a few days there and many will spend the entire summer there. There is an attraction about the pen insular of white sand that stretches for nree miles between the ocean anu bay that no other summer resort can boast of, Pishing this summer is better than at any time for years and much sport is afforded the sum mer visitors as a great deal of the better fishing is found in the bay. The management of the resort re ports that many lots have been sold at East Newport this summer and scores of houses have been built and are still building. ENJOY THE OCEAN BREEZES If you can't buy, trade part or all of your acreage for a home or busi ness property at Long Beach, (The Qu...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 July 1909

SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1909. List of Delinquent Purchasers of School Lands in Imperial County SHOWING THE AHOtNT DUE JANUARY I, 1909 Name of Purchaser * Addresn S^S 8§ S I Ss ' Deicrlptlon g j § ivi v *• •'•. ■ h sos o fe i s .5 a'% ■* i b b "b :b| . 1 m t 33 q ' x p „ !-3 h pj LJL&. ' < < < <%&_ Mitchell, N. W. ' Anaheim, Cal. 4461 Sept. 24, 1888 11350 Nov. 19, 1888 \ S.D. 14S 16E 16 640 All, Joseph Helmson, Assignee. 160 640 191.27 761.60 Rotholti, Charlw 7 Montgomery Aye., S. F. 6905 Jan. 4, 1894 1308? Feb. 26, 1894 S.B. US 12E36 640 ; All Chaa. C. Ilaub, Assignee. 160 640 671.75 44.80 Dodßon, A. B. San Diego, Cal. .' 6847 July 27, 1900 14900 Aug. 27, 1900 H.B. ICS 12E 36 160 Stf RK'/i, NN& 815>/ t . HK% NBH 40160 94.42 11.20 f^SOt' ► W. R. Miller, Assignee. Frost Abel 11. Sun Diego, Cal. 6861 Oct. 31, 1900 14999 Dec. 20, 1900 ! S.B. 165 14E 16 640 All 160 640 365.99 *4.80 Bonton, RobL U. San Diego, Cal. 6853 OcL 29. 1900 14981 Dec. 7, 1900 \ S.B. 12S 13E 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 July 1909

8 RAILROAD CONTROL OF IRRIGATION CO. Mcserve Told Harriman He Wasn't Tho Whole Works rieilernan was Dropped From Direc tory of C. D. Co. Because He De clined to Obey Orders From the Southern Pacific Without Asking Questions cr Regarding the Law. The inter vtuiors in the suit by the Sjuihern Pacific to recover $1,500,000 from the California Development Com pany for work done in the Imperial Valley, are making a hard fight before Judge Houser in the Superior Court to save their stock holdings. \ Edwin A. Meserve, attorney at one time for the California Development ' Company, and still one of its directors, told of a trip East to confer with E. , H. Harrhnan in regard to the" rela tions between the Southern Pacific and the development company. Meserve testified that Harriman asked him who he represented, and : he answered, "'The California Devel DAVIS BROS. are endeavoring to run an uji-to-date Drug Store that will be a credit to the county. They hereby extend their appreciation of all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. COMMON SENSE LAND DECISION Prompt aridT Thorough Recla mation No Ground For Contest; of Entry. Land Office has encouraged Re-entry of Improved Land as Desert Claims and Does Not Intend Now to Up* hold Blackmailing Contestants- Text of Register's Decision. A copy of Register Prescott's re- j cent decision adverse to contestants , of desert land entries in Imperial' Val- | ley has been received by the Press.' A synopsis of the decision was given ■ recently by Los Angeles papers and reprinted in all the valley papers, but an important part of the document was omitted. The decision in full, ex- , cepting citations of Idaho cases by way of illustration, is as follows: I 'House ) | vs. ) I Reynolds ) . j ; .Tune 30, 1909.! This affidavit of contest relies on: the allegation that at the time of filing . the desert land entry the land had .been reclaimed. j There is nothing in the affidavit say ing that the land is not naturally dcs- j ert.in character or tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

2 FREAKY COLORADO'S ERRATIC COURSE Does Queer Stunts In Find ing Its Way Through • Mexico to Gulf Tlio Arizona Republican makes painful efforts to understand and pre sent Engineer L. C. Hill's descrip tion of the vagaries of the Colorado river, but manage* to make a mess of the geography of the Imperial region and relation of New River to the ca nal system. Marring the confusion of New River with the Alamo and a few other breaks, the matter attributed to the Reclamation Service engineer is interesting. The Arizona paper says: "The most interesting study is to watch the antics of the Colorado hi its Batural playground west of the normal bed and south of the Arizona line, it has done all sorts of things there and every once in a while it springs some thing new. Just now it seems to be dealing another hand and the engi neers down in the Imperial country are looking over their cards to see if they hold anything in the line of trumps. Everybody remembers what It did a few years ago when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

Saturday, July 17, 1009. County Notes BRAWLEY Dr. J. Lebert Cooke has been ap pointed Health Ofjlcer of the city of Brawley. ♦ * * The license ordinance has been so amended as to require peddlers to pay license 'fees" for six months In. ad vance. ft * * The Fraternal Brotherhood has de cided to" hold no more meetings until the first of September. A committee Is arranging for a picnic to be held In the Plaza on the evening of Aug ust 4.' :!!"?'' ft ft # i The trustees have instructed the city marshal that so-called temperance .beer may not be sold legally and that he must arrest all persons found sell ing two-per cent beer or any maft liquor. * ft * City Marshal Martin having received complaints' of ! the parties occupying the tent in 'the rear of Jerome Aklns residence, he investigated and found all the evidence of a gambling den though there was no play going on at the time. He gathered up tne chips, dice, etc., and ordered the inhabitants of the' place to' get out of town. HOLTVIL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Officia l Ntwtpapcr of I mpe rial County and City of El C«n«r© \_ PUnLIBHSD BVBRY CATURDAY _ Managtr C.">.~H«yden editor Allen Kelly A-ocUte Editor .•■•••.••JLlll* L Havermal* SUBSCRIPTION One Year N-JJ Six Months °° Three Months *? Single Copies ';.» .;.... •• • .••••. _«°_? •WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATES ON YOUR PAPER The number of our pald~clrculatlon~and rates of advertising will be furnished on application^ _ k ____________ All remittances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Preas._ _ _ Entered as fecond-class "matter" March" 3. 1906, at the postofflce at El Contro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ECCENTRICITIES OF THE LAND LAWS Judge Wellborn's decision that a desert land entry cannot be assigned before complete reclamation of the claim would make widespread trouble if it were to control the policy or practice of the Land Office. But it must be remembered that the decision was rendered in a criminal ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

Saturday, July. 17, 1909. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum 9 108 66 16 10 107 68 10 >11; S J 104 69 20 12 111 70 13 13 110 72 19 113 76 15 15 106 78 35 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Tuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, July 10, 1909. Date - ; gnge heights discharges July 4. 29.35 133,700 July 5........ 29.15 132,300 July, C..,.. - ... 29.05 133,000 July 7... 28.60 124,700 July 8 28.10 115,400 July 9...: 27.60 110,000 July 10 .26.95 102,000 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. . "I RACE AROUND THE WORLD Calexico Boy Starts on Long Journey and Means to Make Imperial Valley Famous. - i Louis. Plush, the Calexico boy, who , won a round-the-world ticket in a newspaper competition, started last Sunday from Los Angeles, going west • ward. xHe has a companion winner and a guide, and the team will make the trip a race against two other boys who started in the opposite direction. President Giles, of the Valley Cham- ' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 July 1909

6 ASSIGNMENTS ATTACKED Judge Wellborn Ho>ds That Complete Reclamation Must Precede Transfer of Rights A new doctrine regarding the assign ability of desert land entrleß was enun ciated last Monday by Federal Judge Wellborn In the case of the United States against William H. Hammers and Josephine Hammers. Roth were Indicted by a Federal grand jury up on a charge .of perjury, based on an alleged false aflldavH of annual ex penditures on land In the Imperial Valley. Demurrers were interposed to the indictment on the ground that as signments cannot be made until the required reclamation of the' land Is completed;- Judge Wellborn sustained the demurrers on this ground, thus making a new rule in this district', upon the time when assignments can be made. . ..•-.. An appeal will be taken to the Unit ed States.-, Supreme- Court by. United States District Attorney McCormlck. He stated' that the decision would Vf fect many assignments in the Imper ial Valley, the Mojave section and An-, te...

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