30 Temmuz 1907 Tarihli Imperial Valley Press Dergisi Sayfa 1

30 Temmuz 1907 Tarihli Imperial Valley Press Dergisi Sayfa 1
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Extra Imperial Valley Press. VOL. VII FALSE STATE MENTS DENIED Franklin J. Qola. Denies Statements of the Standard and Tells a Few Fapts Although 1 believe tfiat most ol the people of this valley krfow of and \eal t2e the treacherous attitude takenVby Ihe Imperial Standardjand Its wily s\p porters against my cafididacy for juoVe of the superior court |nd that »he gold citizens of Imperial Valley know tha the articles published? In 'the Standards are false and malicious. Still I doi not wish to leave a shadow of doubt In the minds of the people as to the truth contained In the articles published. I wish to state over my own signa ture that the C. D. C0.. -through their tGeneral Manager! H. T. Cory, did -everything in their power to prevent my nomination at the convention and The Standard and the C. D. Co. The old timers In the -valley need not a word to convince them of the hypocrisy of the Standard editor In the .attack it is now making on the C. D. Co. People whoiiave been in the •valley as much as three years all know that on every occasion where the In terests of the people of the valley were opposed to those of the C. D. Co.. the Standard has espoused the cause of *lhe C. D. Co. Voters who have not been In the <valley long enough to know these facts -are Invited to Inquire of the aid settlers as to these matters. Incidentally they are also Invited to inquire if at all -these times the local attorneys for the CD. Co. were not Farr & McPher :rln. the same Farr who now has the gall to make ugly remarks about the C. D. Co. and corporations In general. We now assert as a fact that Howe has for months received fifty dollars per month from the C. D. Co. and for what — not for advertising, for no C. D Co. advertisement has appeared in the Standard a few days prior to the first HEJLB YfiJJ | Brawley j | Submarine | ■ Band- ■ ■ • j ASSISTED BY jj I "BRAWLEY FOR I j THE COUNTY SEAT" I | WILL BE IN j EL CENTRO I 1 Thursday Night Aug. I ! L ' 1 EL CENTRO. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY. JULY 30, 1907, to my knowledge thl J opposition has not been abated for fan Instant since the convention andfl can truthfully say that Roy McPhirrln, who has been In charge of the c| D. Co affairs since Mr. Cory left Ihe valley, Is bitter ly opposed to my diction and Is using every means possime to Insure the flection of F. C. ffarr. Furthermore \wlsh to state thatjl am In no wise uVler obligation tojany company, cor po\tlon or other organization for sup por\n this campaign for the office to whic\l aspire, buf that I owe every thing \ the loyal support of my per sonal frWnds, notfone of which has asked a pledge oj favor of any nature whatsoeveV /Franklin J. Cole. attack on the C. D. Co. Howe was closeted for hours with the manager of the C. D. Co. at their offices and following this conference came Howe's attack on the C. D. Co. and the cor poration of the valley (excepting of course the Imperial Land Co.) - Now was Howe directed to make this attack on the G. D. Co. by the CD. Co. manager- or is he simply one of the "d scoundrels who won't even stay bought." Remember that Roy D. McPherrin Is the local manager of the C. D. Co., and law partner of F. C. Farr that he Is supporting Imperial for county seat and Farr for Judge and then think what a sucker you would be Mr. Voter to take seriously either Howe or Farr's attacks on the C. D. Co For Superior Judge, vote for Harry N. Dyke, independent candidate. Five years continu ous residence of the Valley. 1.6-2 If you have land to seil or rent come and list with us. Ira Aten Land Co. THE SITUATION Cl Centro in the Lead, and the Best People in the Valley on the Right Side The ' following \i tafc<sn from the San Diego News. This enterprising paper had a special man out here on the San Diego excursion, who has since taken a great Interest in the Imperial Valley, and at the time he was here he realized that El Centro was the coming town, and In sum ming up the situation he speaks as one who is tho.oughly familiar with his subject: ' ; The situation in th>: Imjierial Valley at the prenent time it* a warm one, speaking both from a political and weather man's standpoint. The nomi nation of thirteen candidates for the county offices by the non-partisan con vention hint week precipitated the real fight that of the county seat. While there are ;i number of indepen dent candidates already in the Held by petition the interest does not cetitre about their little fights. It is generally conceded that the entire ticket named by the non-partisan convention will be elected. El Centro made an effort, as did Im perial, to control the primaries which elected the delegates to the convention. El Centro succeeded in a most decisive manner. It wan the finU real teat of strength between ,tbe two leading towns in the content. . Brawley wua alone with 11 delegates. Outsidw of theee El Centro had every delegate iti the house, aside, of course, from those of the city of Imperial. This convention h an. expression of the majority of voters in the \ alley at the present time on the county seat question, it is conceded. The work teat Brawley and Imperial are both

doing now is to undermine the strength of El Centro and win for one or the other places the coveted honor. El- Centro it seema, willl not lose any of the strength ahe baa gained and. the vote on August 6th will no doubt con firm this harmless* prophecy. It has been whispered that, failing in the county seat fight. Imperial will take to the courts to nullify the election. I claim some discrepancies in the pub lication of the election notice thus giv ing Imperial the chance, should she so desire, of causing no end* of trouble. However, lesjal lights explain, that the notice requires but one correct pub lication before election and the procla mation may yet be put in the proper type, thin thwarting the plans of the dingruntled. There is a feeling, how ever, that Imperial will do anything to block the game, should it be a losing oiie for he . The candidates are visiting aiiiong their fr'enda all over the valley. The support of the entire non-partisan tick et for El Centro is no small item iti the fight. Imperial asked openly for ho offices as was the case with El Centro, and neither place is on the lists. The general outlook for the Imperial valley on :i whole was never better. The wonders that the fanners are able to report after harvest of each crop in the way of actual cash profits are bard to believe. The price of land per acre is already on the upward trend. The fart that a person can buy land for (75 per acre and make $200 clear in one year from that acre miikes others won der why land is not on the skyline in prices. The wise people are in the valley now securing the best bargains. Others who fear tho heat are Staying away until fall and will come in for what is left. However, the fact re* j mains that there are hundreds of ranches of largt' acreage that will have to be subdivided to niet't the demand soon. These subdivisions are already taking place close to the various towns. '' The f' rat actual canh Hiile of land at I $100 per acre was made near El Cwntro last week, 100 acres of tine ground goinu ; for f 10,000. It la agreed that within a; year this same land will be worth that j much more. ' We have the finest sanitary four!- J tain In tha Valley. Valley Drug Co. A FROST "Rev" Wentworth Meets With Pretty Cold Weather at Silsbee "Rev" Charles Wentworth gave the SMsbee people Friday night a dose of the same stuff he dealt out to Holt ville a couple of nights previous and the reverend politician received one of the worst frosts It was ever his misfor tune to encounter He tried to work up enthusiasm with mlstatements and palpable falsehoods. But the people dld.«'t enthuse. He rehashed the same old statements about the dodging of taxes, which the voters of the valley are fully satisfied are not true. He had to be corrected In some of his statements, they were so Inconsistent Voters, Attention Do not allow. .your good judgment to be affected by the oratorical outbursts of the professional spelldinder who be comes Inebriated by the exuberance of his own verbosity. .Do not allow the professional pencil pusher to have any Influence over you (I but calmly and dis passionately decide to cast yoar vote for county seat where it will be of the greatest good to the greatest number. Victory will surely perch upon the El Centro banner but we want it to perch as high up as possible. You had better buy an El. Centro lot now before the prices go up- There Is no better investment tii' the country today thar^a re'sldefit or busi ness lot in the town that does things. El Centro Land Co.. See the agent at the office. . .. . Istf Porosknit LJnderwar For Men This much advertised brand of underwear is specially suited to this warm climate. As the name indicates it is knit in openwork pattern that assures coolness an comefort. We have it in white anjy. Price shirts or drawers 50 cents. ■ . j New Lot of Dry Goods We received a nice lot of dress ginghams prints, dimities, in a great , variety of patterns. Also new additions to our hoisery slock, muslin underwear etc. We have some light weight ginghams that are especially nice for boys waislts, chi(- drens dresses etc. Don't forget our Bargain Sale of Summer wash goods. We are selling the whole line at greatly reduced prices. 15 and 20c. goods at .. 10^ \2k.j and 15c. goods at , 8 |.jj El Centro Department Store EL CENTRO. CAL. ROY L RUMSEY. Prop. with either truth or logic. After the meeting had adjourned, but before the crowd had dissembled, Mr. A.. D. Medhurst, of El Centro, made a few remarks and the report comes that the Silsbee people cheered him to the echo. The Imperial push wishes now It had kept Wentworth -away, from Silsbee for the very aspect of- a Meth-. odlst minister trying to use his Influ ence to gain votes for a town of blind pigs Is disgusting In the extreme. The "Rev" gentleman Is losing the respect of his own members, as well as that of every self-respecting, fair play loving citizen outside of the church,. Woodmen, Attention El Centro camp Woodmen of the World Invites your attendance at the meeting In El Centro Friday nights of each week. Only camp In the valley. Come and have a good time with us. Masonic hall. El Centro. • — > ___ See H. C. Griswold, the ' farmer agent, about selling your land for you. Zon-o- Phone talking machines and records for all disk machines for sale by Teller, the Singer agent, Postofflce building, Imperial. ■ 47tf • WE'VE GOT IT The court house! Come and se«. . Your old whiskers removed and a clean place made for new ones. Something new; at the El Centro Barber Shop. W. E. D.. Prop. no: r6

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