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

Saturday, August 7, 1909. County Notes CALEXICO The application to organize the First National Bank at Calexico has been approved at Washlngtotn by the Comptroller of the Currency. The new bank is to have a capital stock of $50, 000. The Incorporators are to be J. F. Giles, J. M. Edmunds, A. C. Tobias, George P. Blain and P. C. Paulin. Most of., the capital stock was subscribed by Los, Angeles people who Wished to invest money in, the valley. The I. V. 1. Co. will probably, not own more than $5000 worth' of the stock. No definite plans have been made yet as to where and when the bank will be gin business, but some action will have to be taken within sixty days of the time of the granting of the applica tion. * » •■ • Lewis Plush, of Calexico, and Sid ney Searl landed in Yokohama July 27, 24 hours ahead of the schedule time. The boys are well and hope to. make the trip in 45 days if their present plans do not miscarry. ** ♦ 1 • The iron gales for the Bowker gates have arrived and wil...

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. — 7 August 1909

4 Imperial VaUHey Press _ Official Newspaper of Imperial County and Cltyof El Centro PUBLIBHED EVERY SATURDAY Manager C. F. Hayden Editor Allen Kelly Auoelate Editor Lewis Havermale ~BUBBCRiPTiON" ... ; One Year * 11.00 Six M0nth5 ........ j 60 Three Months 25 Single Copies 05 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. i Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EUCALYPTUS OR TUMBLEWEED? Faking news dispatches is a delicate trick requiring judg ment and sure knowledge of the subject treated for its really suc cessful working. All newspapers do it and only when they do it clumsily do they get caught. , For the past month not a line of telegraphic news has been sent from El Centro to the Los Angeles papers, but several "...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 7 August 1909

Saturday, August 7, ';1909. THE WEATHER The weather of July in Imperial valley was less oppressive this year than last year, owing _o the lower percentage of humidity. There were but three or four "sticky" days in the month and but few warm nights. It , was pretty comfortable summer weath ', er. The mean maximum was 106 de grees, the same as for July of last year, and the mean minimum was 75 degrees. The mean low humidity was 23 per cent this year, whereas it was 57 per cent in July last year. There were four partly cloudy days in the month. Following is the record for seven days past. Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum 30 110 73 26 31 108 77 24 X 110 75 , 30 2 107 70 ' . 29 [ 3 108 70 30 4 105 80 32 5 92 83 48 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dls> Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, July 31, 1909. Date j gage heights discharges July 25.. ...... 19.10 34,500 July 26 18.90 34,400 July 27 19.10 39,200 July 28 18.95 40,700 July 29.. 19.35 47,700 July 30 19.75 51,8...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 7 August 1909

6 COUNTY AFFAIRS Proceedings of the Board of Super visors—New County Surveyor. The Board of Supervisors of Imper ial County met in regular session Mon day, Auguta 2. at 10 a. m. Present — Supervisors Webster, McHarg and Ferguson. Absent, Wade and Clark. Supervisor Webster was made tem porary chairman and the minutes of meetings of July 15th, 16th, 17th, and ldtta were read and approved after some slight corrections had been made. County Surveyor E. H. Games pre sented his resignation and on motion the same was accepted."' On motion of McHarg, seconded by Ferguson, C. H. Perry was elected to fill the unexplred term of the County Surveyor, j ..;* County Surveyor Perry was instruct ed to prepare plans for heating the Court House and present them at the next meeting.' The requisition, of- the County Sur veyor for office chairs was approved. It was moved by Ferguson and seconded by TVebster tnat the Sher iff's requisition for an automobile be allowed and that. Supervisors McHarg and Wade...

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

Saturday, August 7, 1909. List of Delinquent Purchasers of School Lands in Imperial County SHOWING THE AftOUNT DUE JANUARY 1, 1909 ; ' it Hi XX d h w 112 iafo al i 1 • g £ •Sogloi Name of Purchaser Address 'fl * « 2 g 5 3 o Description o*l 5 jj h 1 JJj i i && a 8-i l-l " illll I 111 Mitchell. N. W. ! Anaheim, Cal. . j 4461|Sept. 24, 1888 11366 Nov. 19, 1888 , S.B. US 16E 16 640 All, Joseph Helmson, Assignee. ICO 640 191.27 761.60 KotholtM, Chariw j 7 Montgomery Aye., 8. T. \ 5906 Jan. 4, 1894 13088 FebJ 26. 1894 ; S.B. 118 12E 36 640 ' All Chaa. C. Haub, Assignee. ICO 640 671.75 44.80 Dodaon, A. ■. ; San Diego. Cal. ' CS47 July 27, 1900 14900 Aug. 27, 1900 S.B. 15S 12E 36 160 Sft SEX, NE»4 BE%, BBU NEK 40 160 94.42 11.20 I :: W. R. Miller, Assignee. frost, Abel U. [ San Diego. Cal. , ! «861 Oct. 81, 1900 14996 Dec. 20, 1900 \ S.B. 158 14E 16 640 All 11601 160 640 365.99 *4.80 Beaton, Bobt. B. San Diego. Cal. | 6863 Oct. 29, 1900 14981 Dec' 7, 1900 S.B. 12S 13E 16 600 SM. NEK...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 7 August 1909

8 ADVENTURE OF W. HOLLIS, DIPLOMAT Imperial Valley produces the biggest crops, biggest horses, heaviest cattle and Is Inhabited by the healthiest and huskiest race of men on earth. If anyone harbors the suspicion of a doubt as the accuracy of that asser tion let him read this short tale of the experience of an El Centro in valid abroad. W, Hollis is El Centros official Invalid. It Is a matter of record that W, Hollis has been under the care of a physician continuously ever since the no-license ordinance of El Centro was enacted. W. Hollis sadly denied In court that he suffered from chronic rampageous good health and explained that he was obliged to apply regular ly to the doctor for prescriptions to prevent hini from falling into a ae cline. It Is true that Mr. Hollis does not look sickly or peaked. He is five feet six high and six feet five wide or thereabouts and his upper arm does not measure much more than two feet in circumference. Hollis used to work for the Holton Power Compa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. LAND CONTESTANTS PERSIST IN PIRACY Appeal From Decision Thai Would • Protect Settlers From Blackmailers Plaintiff Pearson Files Document in Which Register of Land Office is Ac cused of Pettifogging and of Bluff ing Would-be Grabber Out of His "Rights" to Other Man's Property. Recently Register Prescott, o£ the U. S. Land Ofllce in Los Angeles, re jected a lot of contests and decided that there was no fraud and no sub stantial violation of law in the mak ing of a desert land entry on a claim that had been Improved and irrigated in Imperial Valley. The i?gister said: "From absolutely innocent causes many entries of lands upon which thousands of dollars have been ex pended have had to be relinquished and refiled upon. "This has been the practice ever since the first settlement of the val ley. The present Register and Re ceiver and their predecessors have concurred of given no sign of warn ing or dissent. It has become a fixed policy and under the circums...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

2 LAYING TRACK ON NEW LINE San Diego and Arizona Railroad Re ceiving Material For First Section. Actual lay i up of track on the San Dk'go and Arizona Railroad was be gnn last Monday, when connection was made with the Santa Fe tracks at San Diego, so that cars of supplies can be readily transferred to the new road. Grading work h;is heen finished on half of the fifteen miles of right of way between San Diego and the Mex ican line. This includes some of the heaviest work, the big fills across the Hartupee tract and the Sweetwater valley. Ties have been distributed along a portion of the right of way. Twelve carloads of steel have arrived and sixty-five more are to reach San Diego within the ensuing month, arriving in time to keep the track-layers busy when once work is begun on the main line. Two carloads of rail spikes are now lying in the Santa Fe. yards for the new r6ad, and one car is loaded with twenty complete switches. ■ Twenty thousand sidetrack ties have been delivered to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

Saturday, August 14, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE Final settlement has been made in the, estate of James Coon. n~ri..,.,n ~r i ..,.,- ... ,# # # Five hundred tons of hay has beea put up on the ranch of Wesley War ren this season. * # ♦ Mrs. L. E. Thompson has go ne to hersformer home in Texas forVi visit of several weeks. \ y-'.y*} <• /*/ * # # i\ The one dollar round trip rate 1 be tween Holtville and El Centro west into effect last week. A. Palm was called to Beaumont last week, to attend the funeral of hits sister, Mrs, Pearson. * # * The new Eagle's Hall, in the Sctaenck-Holt building, is nearly ready for occupancy, and the Eagles are planning on having a formal opening. * * * A rest pavilion has been erected in the Holtville city park. It will be thatched wQ.h palm leaves, tend a drinking fountain will be installed in the pavilion. * * *• An examination for carriers for the rural free delivery route No. 2, to be served from the Holtville postoffice, was held last Saturday at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

4 Imperial Vall©y Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El C«ntro ' "PUBUBHED*EVERY "SATURDAY Manager c « F " Haydert Sto? Allftn K «"y Associate Editor AI *_LLL'_l* *_^^1* H " v^___l subscription" • O»e Year » 1 -*J Bin Months °2 Three Months *® Kagle Copies ° 5 — wXtCiTthIFsIJBSCRIPTION DATE ON TOUR PAPER The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. All remittances and communication* should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press. ■ Entered as eecond-class matter March 3, 1906. at the postofflce at El Centra. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. MOUNTAINS FROM MOLE HILLS. The cases against residents of Imperial Valley, indicted by a Federal grand jury for alleged fraudulent transactions in desert land assignments, have been set for trial before Judge Wellborn in September, and the brass-band prosecutors are making as much noise as possible to attract attention to their own wonderful zeal and ef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

Saturday, August 14, 1909. THE WEATHER lint* Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum 6 102 73 81 7 106 78 26 8 102 80 36 9 106 • 78 26 10 109 78 26 11 114 ' 80 22 12 105 79 '45 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean dally face heights and dl» Tuma, Arlwma, for the week ending Saturday, August 7, 1909. Date gage heights discharges August 1 20.00 61,600 August 2........ 19.80 48,600 August 3 19.40 43,300 August 4 19.05 39,200 August 6........ 18.90 38,700 August 6 18.85 39,600 August 7........ 18.60 33,000 . FRANCIS L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD BIRTHS Wilson— August 1, to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wilson, at Brawley, a son. J * * • August 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Walsh, at El Centro, a daughter. DIED Johnson — August 10, at the Central Hoßpital, El Centro, John Johnson, of Brawley. Mr. Johnson was operated upon for the removal of an internal growth and was unable to resist the shock. MARRIAGES Jones-Nance — August 4, at the home of the bride's parents in Santa Maria, California, Philo Jones, of Brawley, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

6 BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES Postpones For Two Weeks Action on Water Works Bond Project. The Board of City Trustees met In the City Hall, Tuesday, August 10, at 7:30 o'clock with Trustees Pearson, Brown and Hamilton present, and Trustees Pellet and Blacklnton ab sent. The minutes of the meeting of July 21 were read and approved. The City Clerk presented the ordi nance providing for the calling of an election to vote on an issue of $75,000 'bonds for .the acquisition, construc tion and completion of a well and i water works for the city, the same! having been laid over till this meet ing from the meeting of June 29. Consideration of this proposed ordi nance was further postponed to the j next regular meeting, on August 24. ■ President Pearson announced the : appointment of the following persons; as members of the Library Board for the city of El Centro: John Norton, Dan V. Noland, Phil v. Swing, W. C,| Whitescarver and Mrs, Hester H.I Brown, The appointment was con firmed by unanimous vo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

Saturday, August 14, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figures For General Produce and Live Btook A« Revised by El Centre BuslneM 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, It) 45c 2-rb roll 85c Eggs, ranch, doz 300 Honey 20c comb, 2 for 35c California Cheese 25c Eastern Cheese 25c Celery, head 10c Lettuce, dozen 60c ■Cucumbers, par dos 30c Dry onions, 6 lbs 25c cabbage 2%c ' Carrots, six bunches for 25c ' Tomatoes, 4 lbs 25c Rhubarb, per lb 10c Turnips', bunch sc, I Peas 8c Egg plant, lb -v~% c Bell pepper, lb 10c Dry Chill pepper, lb 25c Pears, lb i 5c .Apples, box $2 to $3.50 Pineapples, lb 10c •Cherries, per pound He Guavas, lb 6c bananas, doz rrrßoc . Strawberries, 10 c, 3 for 25c Oranges, navel, doz 30c ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 14 August 1909

8 MURDEROUS BRAWL IN SQUALID RESORT Lamp Thrown in Shack Near Brawley Causes Death of Two Men Peace Officer of the Town Accused of Conducting Blind Pig — Partici pants In Drunken Orgy Escape to Mexicali, Among Them Man Who Threw the Lamp. Frank Siebrecht, aged about 22 years, and Ralph Kesse. aged 24 years, are dead from the oil burns receiv ed In a drunken fracas in a "blind pig" at Brawley last Monday night. L. S. Reed Is badly burned. About a score of men gathered at the Mead place, in the southern part of Brawley, early on Monday evening, to drink and gamble. A negress had come up from Mexlcali, and was mix ed up in the trouble which arose over _Frank Siebrecht losing $30 In a poker game. In a rough house" which followed, and in which the fav or of this wench's comapny was one of the issues, a lighted lamp was thrown at Siebrecht, striking him in the face. The oil caught fire and streamed over his body from head to foot. It also fell upon Kesse, who was burned about the nead and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

Imperial Valley Press. vBl. ix. FUEL GAS SERVICE FOR VALLEY CITIES Equipment of Gas-Making Plant En Route to El Centro \ Work of Installation Will Begin Early in September and Works Will Be in Commission By First of Next Year— Ample Capacity of. Container . Assures Unexhaustible Supply. By January 1, and possibly >sooner, • th? Imperial Valley Gas Company will ! be prepared to give domestic gas ser- j vice to patrons in the cities of El Centro and Imperial. The first carload of machinery for • new plant, which is to ba located in El Centro, left Cincinnati, Ohio, on ' Augnk 7. ~The equipment is furnish ed by the Stacey Manufacturing Com- : pany. This concern has supplied the plants of the Domestic Gas Company of Los Angeles, and other Southern ; California points, which are conceded to be the most up-to-date and satis factory equipments in use in this, part' of the Stan.. The type of plant was selected after a caref' ' inrppction of the various gas, plants > T/isT /is AnTO-j l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

2 VALLEY INSTITUTE'S SECOND YEAR PLANS Will Have New Building and Additional Courses and Equipment List of Investigators and Lecturers Secured for Ensuing Semesters In cludes Educators of National and State Reputation — Free Tuition for One Student From Each Locality. The Imperial Valley Collegiate In stitute, located at Heber, will begin its second year's work on Wedens day, September 22. Its general plans for .the ensuing 'year indicate a branching out in many directions and the advantages offered should prove attractive to many valley students. The calendar of events for the first term begins with the opening day ad dress and exercises to occur ot 3:30 o'clock on September 22, immediately after which begins the regular work of the first semester. The meeting of the trustees will be held on October 5. The week of Oc tober 10 to' l4 is designated "Land scape Gardening Week," in which special instruction and addresses will be given by men prominent in this line of endeavor. On Octob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

Saturday, August. 21, 1909. County Notes HOLTVILLE Voters of the Holtvlllo Union High School district will vote on Septem ber 4 on a proposition to Issue $65,000 for the purchase of a Bite,' erection of a building and purchase of equip ment for the new district. The same amount of bonds was voted several weeks ago, but it has been found that certain technicalities were not com , plied with, and it is necessary to hold a new election. w ♦ • , Li. P. Sargent returned on Monday from a visit to Kearney, Nebraska, where he has spent three months. He reports much interest in Imperial # Val ley manifested by Nebraskans, and that many people will come 'from that State to the valley this fall and win ter. / ** * ( Rooklidge & Schoenthal have pur chased of H. G. Stratton a lot adjoin ing their present place of business, and will build arf addition^ to their store early in the fall. *♦ » ' Dr. C. S. Lombard has sold his ranch, which joins the Holtville town- Bite on the north, to Mr.'Hill,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra PUBUSHEb~BVERY SATURDAY^ SS,?!I? er .'.'.'.'.'.■.■.'.'.■. V.'..'.".'.'.. < .".". < . C 'ATle" a KeMj SSiodaie'kdiier 1 :::::::::^::::: Lew " Haverniale SUBSCRIPTION O.e Year fl^ Six Months Si Three Months nf . Slagle Copies • • tW WATCH THE SUDSCRIFTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER "-r The 1 number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be famished on application. ~AirreniHtances and communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley Press, Entered 1 as. second -clasi matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 15. 9. ARE COMMISSION MEN SQUARE? • Presumably the commission merchants and distributors doing business with Imperial Valley farmers are honest men and would not cheat anyone out of a cent. They so describe themselves— or rather, each of them so describes himself, while having doubts about the strict honesty of his c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

Saturday, August 21, 1809. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum s 18 102 82 • 34 14 100 83 86 15 100 82 47 ' 16 85 70 64r.9 17 88 ■ 74 43 18 98 76 30 19 100 78 26 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado 'River at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, August 14, 1909. date gage heights discharges August S 18.45 34,200 August 9 18.30 32,300 August 10... 18.05 ■ 29,300 August 11 18.05 25,000 August 12 18.35 29,500 August 13 18.35 29,500 August 14 18.35 29,600 FRANCIS L. SELLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD BIRTHS Ogburn— August 12, to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ogburn, near El Centro, a son. * # •» Eshleman — August 14, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Mi Eshleman, of El Centro, at Oakland, a daughter. I MARRIAGES TJlais-Caven — August 7, in Yuma, T. N. Blais, of Brawley, and Mrs. Nina Caven. of Bergland, Michigan. * -X- * Crook-Zolskovsky — August 1, at Brawley, Joseph Crook and Frances Zolkovsky, both of Brawley, Rev. Fath er Burelbach officiating. * * * F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

6 BATTLE WITH A TRUST Plnchot Makes Plain the Meaning of Balllnger'a Reverence For Law. Secretary llallinger's reply to the assertion that, in reversing the Roose velt policy of conservation of natural resources for the people, he Is play- Ing the game of the embryo water power trust is that he is only admin istering the law. To that specious attorneylsm, Forester Plnchot made answer In the Irrigation Congress. Mr. Plnchot charged that the Irrigation congress was being made the tool of the corporate interests, whose agents are being made members of important committees for the purpose of domi neering the activities of the congress. "And I believe," said he, "I could point tint one genial and urbane gen tleman, an attorney for the interests, who Is here now," meaning perhaps W. J. McGee, secretary of the In land Waterways Commission, who had just emitted a loathsome eulogy of Rockefeller and his methods. In direct answer to the defensive plea of Ballinger, Pinchot said: "Equality of ...

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