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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

Saturday, August 21, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Selling Figure* For General Produce 'and Live B took At Revised by El Centro Business Houses. As a matter of general Interest, The Press gives below the prices current 1b 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 ■elling prices to consumers: Creamery drat, butter, 1b...'.. 45c 2-11. roll 85c Eggs, ranch, doz .30c Honey 20c comb, 2 for 35c California Cheese 25c Eastern Cheese 25c 'Calory, head 10c Lettuce* dozen .60c •Cncumbers, per doz 30c Dry onions, 6 lbs.. ..........:... .23c cabbage 2%c Carrots, six bunches for 25n Tomatoes, 4 lbs 25c Rhubarb, per 1t)..... 10c Turnips, bunch '....'. 5c Peas 8c JBgg plant, lb 7%c Bell pepper, 1b.....i 10c Dry Chill pepper, lb 25c "Pears' lb '. 5c Apples, box ." ..$2 to $3.50 Pineapples, lb 10c - Cherries, per pound '.'. l&c Guavas, lb 5c XSananas, doz. 30c 10...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 21 August 1909

8 BUCK BRINGS BACK BRAWLEY BRAWLERS Cox's Habeas Corpus Blun derbuss Goes Off at Half-cock. Allegation in Petition That No Com* plaints Had Been Filed Contradicted By Record, and Journey to Los An geles Proves Waste of Time and Money. latest developments In the Brawley "blind pig" murder case, wherein two men lost their lives and the third was seriously burned through the throwing of a lighted lamp in the face of one of the victims, Include an at tempt to secure the release of the five prisoners on habaes corpus pro ceedings, their journeying to the Oourt of Appeals at Los Angeles, and finally their return to the County Jail at El Centro. Immediately after the coroner's In quest, held at Brawley, five men were arrested on complaint Issued by Dep uty District Attorney Phil D. Swing. They were charged with participating In the Illegal sale of intoxicating li quors. On August 11 these men were taken before Justice Nice, at Brawley, and were committed to the County Jail, pending their f...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. NEW POWER PLANT MAKES TEST RUNS .Holton Company Doubles Its .Capacity for Producing Electric Energy Machinery Housed in Fireproof Build- ing of Reinforced Concrete Reaching Fifty-Five Feet Below Ground Level and Floor of Old Power House. This week has brought about the adding of another highly important factor to the industrial equipment of Imperial Valley — the opening of the .new power plant of the Holton Power Company. For months past work on this plant ,has been in progress, and it was de signed to meet the increased demand ;for electrical energy made upon this • company from all parts of the valley. Beginning last Monday a test run has been in progress during the. week, and the plant is proving satisfactory, lit practically doubles the producing power, and is located on the banks •of the Alamo river, a short distance ' below the original power house. The building is of reinforced con • crete, sixty-five feet in height from foundation to the roof,...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

2 FINDS UNKNOWN LANDS BEYOND THE DIM ROCK Bold Adventurer Discovers New and Strange Peoples in Remarkable Country West of the Mountains, and also Finds That Pacific Ocean Is Not an Indian Myth, Through! an obvious error of a pos tal clerk, a large envelope containing manuscript was delivered to the Press yesterday. There is no doubt that It was intended for an esteemed con temporary, and under ordinary cir cumstances it would have been return ed to the postoftlce for correct deliv ery, but having been opened by mis take and found to be an account, of some remarkable discoveries, temptation to score the scoop of the age seduced the Press from the path of rectitude. The Press unscrupulous ly takes advantage of the mistake and shamelessly steals and prints the manuscript, which evidently was writ ten by one of /the three classes of persons entitled to use the pronoun "We". The author Is either a king, a country editor or a man with a tape-worm. Following is the manu script: WANDERINGS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

Saturday, August 28, 1909, County Notes BRAWLEY E. D. Harding has returned to Hraw i ley from Sasco, Arizona, where he r was inspected his mining property. '* « » A. D. Schindler has let the contract for the erection of a five-room bun galow, to cost $1800. WWW Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wood have been visiting relatives at Sulsun, and from { there Mrs. Wood goes to Seattle to visit the Exposititon. * » # Brawley City Trustees have adopted and ordinance prohibiting injuries to and interference with the fire alarm nystem and fire apparatus and prohlb \ iting false alarms of fire. : (■( ■ CALEXICO O. 13. Tout Is, erecting a bungalow on the MkchelF property. . ♦ # * Dr. H. C. Richter has returned from a visit at Seattle and Idaho. ♦ # #.^- x The cellar of the new Paulin build ing was completely filled with water by the heavy rain of last. week. ♦ # # Mr. and Mrs. Otis B. Tout have re turned from their wedding trip to Al aska, and are now located in their new home. i „: „ r?.^ii- . ** * ' Calex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centra PUFUBHEDBVBRY SATURDAY "Z " C. F. Hayden Manager Alton Kolly f* 11 * 0 ' :• • tViiiS * " " * Lewie Havormale Associate Editor ' SUBSCRIPTION Oa« Year '.'.''. M Mix Months 25 Three Months ' .^ Bi»£le Copies 'HIIILIIIII ~wat^h~thblbubßCßlption date on your paper KDterod a. second-da., matter Mwch t 190* * the postofflce at El Oeatro, California, under the act of Conge*, of March 8. 187». REVOLUTION IN MEXICO President Diaz's official newspaper declares that a revolution in Mexico is absolutely impossible and characterizes the Reyes party as a "band of unprincipled sedition mongers." The paper says* the people of Mexico do not want the peace of thirty years disturbed, and points out that the railways and telegraph lines built during the Diaz regime make it easy for the army to keep that peace with modern artillery. Unconsciously perhaps but clearly the whole theory of govern ment in Mexico is contained ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

Saturday, August 28, 1900. THE WEATHER Bate Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Hum 20 104 78 18 21. 106 81 22 22 108 79 20 23 104 80 30 24 (101 79 ' 33 \ 26 105 79 26 26 104 78 26 WATER IN THE RIVER Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Yuma, Arlsona, for the week ending Saturday, August 21, 1909. date cage heights discharges August 15 18.85 34,900 August 16 20.40 47,400 August 17 19.35 42,800 August 18 19.10 39,500 August 19..., 19.85 42,700 August 20. .' 19.95 . 42,300 August 21 19.80 40,200 FRANCIS L. BBLLBW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD BIRTHS Hammers— August 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Alymer J. Hammers, of Calexico, a son. I ** * " Young— August 21, at Coachella, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young, a daugh ter. Mr. Young is foreman on the Reed ranch, near SI Centro. MARRIAGES Wiest-Robinson— August '23, (at Wiest, Imperial County, J. A. Wiest and Mrs. Winnifred N. Robinson, both residents of this county. * * * Staub-Lee— August 12, at Riverside, Harry Staub and Miss Jennie Lee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

6 CITY WILL CONDEMN LAND Steps Taken to Conform With Tech* localities In Acquiring Title to Sewer Farm. * The Hoard of Trustees of El Cen tro met In regular session at the City Hall at 7:30 o'clock on, Tuesday even ing. vAugust 24. Trustees Pearson, Brown and Hamilton being present. Absent, Blackinton nnd Pellet. The minutes of the meeting of Aug ust 10th were read and approved. In the matter of the minutes of the Board of Equalization, the formal read ing of the minutes was dispensed witb. The City Attorney presented the matter of the condemnation of a tract of land for the sewer farm, and stated that it would be necesary for the Board of Trustees to adopt a resolu tion ordering such action. Thereup on the following resolutiop was adopt ed: , "Resolved, by the Board of Trustees jnf the City of El Centro. that the public interests and necpsgJty of the city of EJ Centro requires that there be acquired by the said city, for the purpose of disposing of the sewage of said city v ii n &l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

Saturday, August 28, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES Belllna Figures 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 la 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 45c 2-lb roll ....BGc Eggs, ranch, doz .' 30c Honey 20c comb, 2 (or .....35c California Cheese 260 Eastern Cheese 25c Celery, head ....10c Lettuce, dozen • 50c -Cucumbers, per doz •. 30c Dry onions, 6 1b5.... 25c cabbage 2%c -Carrots, six bunches for 250 Tomatoes, 4 lbs 25c Rhubarb, per lt> 10c Turnips, bunch 5c Peas 8c Egg plant, lb 7_%c Bell pepper, lb 10c Dry Chili pepper, lb 25c Pears, lb 5c Apples, box $2 to $3.50 Pineapples, lb 10c •Cherries, per pound 16c Guavas. lb 5c Sananas, doz 30c Strawberries, 10 c, 3 for 25c Oranges, nave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 28 August 1909

8 GOOD ADVERTISING Loci! Chamber of Commerce Issues New Leaflet and Sends Thous- ands of Desert Farmers to Exposition. Through the generosity of Its pub lisher, John 13. Baker, 5000 copies of the Special edition of the Desert Far mer, containing an extensive account of Imperial valley developments, and profusely Illustrated, has been donat ed for distribution at the Alaska-Yu kon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle. The Xl Centro Chamber of Com merce undertook the expense of trans portation of this large shipment of literature to Seattle, and the amount necessary to meet this expense and the preparation of a leaflet to be in serted In each copy was readily met | by the business men of this city. The leaflet, which was prepared by ' t the Chamber of Commerce publicity committee, composed of Dan V. No land, Allen Kelly and Lewis Haver male, is also to be used as a leaflet for general distribution, and is as fol lows: Heart of the Valley, El Centro Capital of Imperial Co., Cal. The city of X...

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

Imperial Valley Press. "YOU IX. CENTRAL SCHOOLS NEW EQUIPMENT .Secures Three More Teach ers and Additional Li brary and Apparatus Nearly All Last Year's Students to Return and Prospect Good for En rollment of Many New Ones — Gram mar Building to be Remodeled For . Central Union Institution. ) Preparations for the opening of tin; second year of the Central Union High School have been in progress during the past week. Prof. B. C. Nichol<, principal of the school, returned with his wife, on Friday of last week, after .a summer vacation spent in Los An geles and Long Beach, and he imme diately began the work of equipping the new school quarters for tne op ening of. the year's work on Septem ber 20. The school this year will be quar tered in tne old grammar school build ing on Commercial street. Six rooms will be available for the school this year, instead of three, as was the ■ case last year. A general rearrangement of the building Is in progress. The enclos- | ure of the west porch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 September 1909

2 MANY PROJECTS FOR RAILROAD BUILDING Report Current That Wizzard \ Harriman Has Numerous New Plans Afoot Parker Cutoff May Run to Banning In stead of to Bengal and Southern Pa cific May Build to Port Isabella, on Gulf of California and up Colorado River. , l^ast Sunday's I /is Angeles Times contains an article on the various Southern California and Arizona rail road projects which it is reported Harriman has in mind .to carry out within the next few months. Some of these have a direct interest to resi dents of Southeastern California and the whole article while interesting may be classed in the catagory oi "im portant if true." The Times says: "Railroad building in Southern Cali fornia aud Arizona bids fair to be extensive this fall and winter, and if present plaiis are carried out the rail road map of this part of the country will be changed materially. . "The management of tiie Arizona and California Railroad is asking for bids for gradings Its projected line from Parker, Ariz., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 September 1909

Saturday, September 4, 1909. County Notes ALONG THE ABH Miss Kvallnt) Mrlggs, or El Centro, is vißlting at tho ranch home of Frank Sharp this week. # # * Mr. Cromwell and family, north of X Uoilville, haH moved on to the Willard Onlace. Mr. Willard htis moved down Vjttir Holtville. * * * Mr? a?id Mrs. Best and boys are ex pected ' home from San Diego In a few days, having spent tho past three months along the coast. ' * # -X- The I. C. C. Club met Sunday after noon at the home" of W. D. Garey. Al though the thermometer registered 106, the attendance was good, about thirty-five answering to the^roll call. W. D. Garey furnished music for the afternoon; nor must we forget -the ice cream ana cake, which was ap preciated by the entire company. Af ter a unanimous vote of 'thanks for a most enjoyable time, 'to the host and hostess, the club adjourned to meet In one week at the home of F. Dins more".' ■! • IMPERIAL. Rev. Mott Mitchell, invstor of the Imperial Methodist Church, has re turned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 September 1909

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of "' PUBLIBHED EVERY SATURDAY SET • • • v;. v v -::::::::::± ™Z m SX Associate" Editor" ." Lewis Havermale "subscription*" "~ One Year *'•<$ Six Months ™ • Three Months ™ single Copies . .;.v...vv.r. ';:•;;. v.v.y.-. . . ■ ;v... •.«.»;...•«. ;...,.......... ■«» ~\VATCH TUB BUHSCRIPTION DAT KPN YOUR PAPER Tin- number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on nnpili'iitlon. - - All remittance* und communications should be addressed to the Imperial Valley I*resn. Entered as second-clans matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Cuntro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A WAKENING OF SAN DIEGO It is a hopeful indication of the awakening of San Diego that the newspapers of that city have begun to discuss seriously and sanely the competition of San Pedro as a port instead of fatuously denying the existence of the harborlmd^jeering at the possibility of construct...

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

Saturday, September 4, 1909. THE WEATHER Date Max. Tern. Mln. Tern. Hum 28 ' 108 78 20 29 110 84 20 30 82 82 64 31 88 76 42 1 97 \ 74 27 2 102 74 42 AugUßt 28, 29 and 31 were partly cloudy days. August 30, .50 Inches rain. , WATER. IN THE RIVER Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado River at Ynma, Aiiiona, for the week endlag Saturday', August 28, 1909. date gage heights discharges AugUßt 22 20.65 47,700 ' August 23 20.45 48,500 August 24 21.00 54,100 August 25 21.10 52,400 August 26. 21.15 50,200 August 27 20.50 47,600 August 28 20.10 46,500 FRANCIS L. SBLLEW, Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD BIRTHB ; Russell — July 25, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Rnusell, near Heber, a son. ■ Ersklne — August 26, to Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Ersklne, at Imperial, a bo n. Atkins— August 30, to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Atkins, El Centro. a daugh ter. Fachin — August 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fachin, of the Mesquite Lake District, a daughter. MARRIAGES Sehireson-Fink — September 2, at Los Angeles, Bernard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 September 1909

6 ART VS. LITERATURE Story of Strivings Between These Two tin Life of Harold Bell Wright, Imperial Valley Author and „ „ Painter. Turn by conflicting demands on his aesthetic nature by tw,o separate artis tic callings, Harold Hell Wright, nov elist and painter, chose between the two, last week In hla home in the Im perial valley, and the art of writing won. Hoping to put forever behind him the other part of his artistic nature, Mr.- Wright went to his studio, and ruthlessly tore down and carried out ever picture he had painted, every canvas he had sketched, his easels, frames, studies, lay figures, all his oils and colors, his palette and knife his turpentine^ mahlstlck, sketch books and water colors and threw them all on one big heap. Then without hesi tating — lest he should relent — he touched a match to the heap and $500 worth of materials went up in smoke. It was 'truly a burnt offering to the art of -writing. Mr. Wrght was a painter first. He once made more than a good living ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 4 September 1909

■Saturday, September 4, 1909. LOCAL MARKET PRICES 'Selling Figures For General Produce and Live Btock A* Revised by El Centro ..Dullness 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, lb 46c i-Xb roll 860 Eggs, ranch, dos... .' 30c Honey 20c comb, 2 for 35c California Cheese 25c ■astern Cheese 25c Celery, head .10c .Lettuce, dozen 10c Dry onions, 6 lbs 25c cabbage 2i£c Carrots, six bunches for 25c Tomatoes, 4 lbs ' 30c Rhubarb, per' tto 10c 'Turnips, bunch , 5c Peas 8c Kgg plant, lb .•. ...7%c Bell pepper, lb. r. 10c Dry Chill pepper, lb 25c Pears, .« 10c Apples, box ..„ $2 to $3.50 Guavas, lb 5c bananas, doz 30c Strawberries, '10 c, 3 for 25c Oranges, navel, doz 30c Lemons, dozen 260 Green chili 10c Potatoes, sack, ...

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

8 HANSEN GETS STIFF SENTENCE AND FINE Must Spend Five Months In County Jail and Pay the Sum of $300 Attempts to Release Shaw and Drury on Habaes Corpus Petitions Prove Failure-r-May Plead Guilty and. Get Suspended Sentences — Still Remain in County Jail. A. .1. Hanaeni ex«deputy city marshal of Brawley, was sentenced by Justice Nice, of that town, on Wednesday, to five mouths in the County .Tail and a fine of $300. Thus another decisive step has been taken in the sustainng of law and order and the stamping out of illicit selling of intoxicating liquors in Im perial county. Credit is due Deputy District Attorney Phil D. Swing for the vigorous manner in when the Brawley cases have been prosecuted, and to Under Sheriff W. M. Buck, for his efficient work in securing evidence necessary to a conviction. The Hansen case, it will be remem bered, is the outcome of the drunken row at the Aleade place, just outside the Brawley townsite, wherein a light ed lamp was thrown in one man's face and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 September 1909

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. DON MAKES CHOICE FOR ITS OFFICIARY large Gathering at El Centro of Delegates from Twelve Local Organizations .Sentiment Prevalent That Local Pre ferences Must be Ignored for Gener al Good of New Movement — Next Meeting at Brawley — Coachella Val ley May Come In. The Farmers' Educational and Co operative Union of Imperial County is now duly organized and in the .field for effective worksfor the bet terment of conditions for the produc ers oL tthiss s country. The permanent organization jwas effected at a county meeting held last Saturday in the .Holt Opera House at El Centro. H. W. Moorehouse, of Heber, is the president; Ira Aten, of El Centro, is the vice president; John McKinney, ■who resides northeast of Imperial, is -the secretary and treasurer; J. L. For 'rester, doorkeeper; C. E. Hazeltine, conductor; I. Mayfield, chaplain; J. H. Holland, D. W. Tyler, P. W. Brooks, •G. J. Holloway and J. E. Hodge, di rectors. The assembly was a delegate con venti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 11 September 1909

2 NOTABLE TWO WEEKS IN WORLD'S EVENTS Discovery of North Pole An nounced by Both Cook and Peary NEW WORLD'S RECORDS IN LAST TWO WEEKS In the air, on the ocean, un der the waters and on (op of laud, some important world's records have been established during the last two weeks. Some of the chief exploits are as follows: August 27 — Henri Karman breaks long distance Hying rec ord in heavier than air ma chine, being up .'! hours, 14 minutes, 26 2-5 seconds, and flying a ' distance of 118.06 miles. August 28 — Glenn H. Curtiss flies 12 2-5 miles in 15 min utes, 50-3-5 seconds. August 30 — United States submarine boat Narwhal beats submarine speed records. September I—Dr.1 — Dr. Frederick Albert Cook of Brooklyn. N. V., announces discovery of the North Pole on April 21, 1908. September 2— Cuuard liner steamship, the Lusitania, beats trans- Atlantic record, covering distance between Daunts Rock out of Queenstown and Am brose Channel lightship in 4 days, 11 hours and 42 minutes, and averag...

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