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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

POW ER FROM COLORADO CANYON Hacked by one of the l.inf •»» bank ing houses in Aturrica. n party of Dm verunriNew York men have begun work on plan* for harnessing the mlghtirtt natural p»w.r in the world » 'he torrent of the Colorado river where it tear* through the 0 rat id Can* yon in northwestern Arizona. tCngllieers have long gaxed in won deroii the matchle** op|xirtiu:ity to capture force sufficient to turn the wheel* of a thousand mill* and Oper ate railway* and power plant* innum erable. Now they are turning their thought* to more practical operation and setting their stake* for the actual work of controlling the force* of na ture. Enormous as ftecnm the tank on first thought, the magnitude of the undertaking i* not realized until the gigantic plan i* outlined. First and foremost It Is the pur|>o*c of the company to operate an electric railroad built into the cliff* of the Canyon, operating for fifteen miles from the end of the branch of the Santa l*e railroad, which carrie...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

6 Rheumatism* What 19 lb<* «w f>f tflllnc the rbfQlDltk lb»t h* tocll »> W hi» Jolnli «rtf t*ln« «!»»• lnratfd ? n« known that. hi. Wffcrtnn »rr rttj tntuh Ilkr thr torturr* of thr f*f *. What ht M«nf# ffl lnoir 1% llul ««" |»r» manrtitly mrr hl> <lS!»r*w. Km. Jrvx>r,iin«r to tb.«**ndJ ct rrmcfal trMlmonUl*. l» Hood's Sarsaparitla It promptly nmtrA'.Jrr* the fcrtd In tb« blood <»n which the ill*ca*c «sri*ntS. o»m. nlrtrly t!!m!nmr> it. «ni! Mnrncihrn? thr t) *\tm v«ln*t IU rtturn. Try Uo^l •, Ir* CLAIMANT!* FOR PPMQION L trilr^ NATHAN rtINOIV^IX | f nh "KIORD. w»*MOfit«a. P. »*. xhtf wUS II rowir* rrj.lJr»H.Mh N. 11. f»l» »;»j|.v:i> rcrt«*. l*»o»c<utJnf c;t:ni liore J^tj Thii *:psalare it ca ercrj 1 Km cf th* c f " -•=• Laxative Bromo-Quininc »w^ U.f ws)coy tb*t rt»rc« a cold to en« d«j (•dor Mr. Urtltrxif . Mr> \;*:. iVliftv v Mr McF.l roy* Junior !.■ --• out to pM n oew riMxcn i ? ;:•- ';■ : ktUm Mr* Mr-5::;-; i-Jariiri at the blond jrirl at llt<...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

Imperial Press S.turdiy, July i:s, 1001 ROBBER IS COURTEOUS Burglar s»yi ht Would Regret to add Murder to Mil Crime. Kwidcnce of a Millionaire is Entered by a Masked Man, Vtho Covers the In* mites With his Pistol and Politely takes Their Cash, San Francisco, July 6.— The most tool and daring burglary that has ov er been t/rought to tho attention ol tho local police was committed last night at the residence of A. D. Ham mond, a lumber dealer, at 2GIO Jack sou street. Although the burglar held the entire household at tho point of his pistol while he explained tho purpose of bin call and lilh determination to gel the money ho so much needed, he was thoroughly polite and considerate, and discussed his vihlt with the million aire's wife and daughter in the most gentlemanly way. Mrs. Hammond was awakened, nnd when she discovered tbo presence ol tho burglar In her room, she com menced to scream. The burglar, point ing bin pistol ut the frightened lady, commanded her to keep quiet, auHur- I...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

8 I Do You WantaHomc ;ZZZ Southern California! I S§ At thjMi ov c rjujmrt P r lcc_jof_ $ I ,_2s_pe r Acre? || || With the best water right in the world at the lowest_Price_ever offered? g» 8 These can be had nowhere but in the -J % | IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | ili aft 9t In the Eastern part of San DlegoCounty, California The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Dieg<> counties in Southern California and extending 3Jf down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. ?gf The Imperial Setttlement is located < n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand 3Jf acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and *jv can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. .%20 acres can be taken up by each j>erson under the 3Jp desert land la...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

VOL. I. PLANS FOR OPERATION The annual meeting of the stock holder* of the Imperial WatcrCompany No 1, was held in I*o» Angeles Wednes day, the 11th. There were nearly a hundred present, representing in per son and by proxy 56,852 shares of stock, out of 61,509 shares outstanding. Recently a committee of prominent stockholder* examined into the attaint and condition of the company, and through A. E. Walters of Alhambra, submitted a rejK»rt making recommen dations, which were unanimously adop ted. These may be hummed up an fol lows: That the California Development company take upon itself the construc tion of the main canal and lateral sys tem throughout the land controlled by the Imperial Water company No. l.and assume the ownership and control of the main canal and any rights that Imperial Water company No. 1 may have in the water power. That the California Development company assume the maintenance and operation of it* main canal at its own expenset and enter into a contract to fu...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

2 Imperial Press Siturdsy* July jo, toot PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condcmed Report of the Important Happenings Otrn^lhe WceV A Bicycle Trmf Soyi BnJ Mine BaKrrtdcld Widow Found Deid Long Death While \ bicycle thief t* cpfratin* a: »oi? SOD, rive wheel* hue l*^n stolen within four days. niphthcrla ha* broken out among 400 naval apprentice boys aa. Goat is land, and the placo will t>* quarantined for probably a month. Ben Estcs of Tula re has been nr rested charge with striking a colt on the head with a fenre beard la a fit of anß.r. killing the animal. A violin of crude and ancient make wa* fonnd hidden in an obwrure place atnons the rafters of an old mission cf Ventura, while workmen were mak ing repairs. Two messwujer boys c! ReJdln; found a cold n*ine. While on a vaca tion the bays were choprinjT a tree, when the a\ slipped and went Into the earth. Shiaine particles of gold were seen in the rut. Investigation shewed a ledge four inches wide, with very rich ore. It is said to eb a v...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

Humors Tljof take Mtieillon of t»i«» ttfxljr, nnt\ nr«« l/»rtlii of Mhrulo. Tliojr nre ittendod hy ptmp!tt« bollf, tiM itrhiiitf totter, tall rheum, and. other : cti< tnnroiiN cruptloii)i; hy ft-cllnKi Of wrnkno^^, Innuuor, munii d<Mllty niul wluit not. They causa more MinYrinif than anything l'l«e. llitiiiii. Btrenath. Peocn nn<l IMeatura requlra their ClpUllloti, nml tnh \n \Kiih tlvHy offcrtrt!, mrorillliK to thousamH of rr;i'< fnl te^tlllionlnlit, l>> Hood's Sarsaparilla Which radically nml permanently «irivi« them out ami bullda up tbo whole tyitcni. ; m THE" WORLD Ay // , WARST«;STBAPtrtA.W S—i» vM \ ITMO'JGM OrTEH lOJTATEC -- : :■-;..• ma SAME COAT cNisjj&si.': I [HAS HO EQUAL Sh;v?!.s: r«u w:.*.; 0; CA«Mt VTS AND MATS. Leading Evil Uvci in Gay Par«e I'nrls A surprising result of the campaign agnlmst thorte who entice, pretty girls from shops and homes by promises of good situations has been tho discovery of over two hundred American young women loading ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

4 Imperial Press * * l*uWUhctl tttty Saturda> at 7mpcri.il. San Diego County, Ci /. Bear? C - K ftd * fidittr and llUnsQtr 5i ns( cinios: 0»f )fjr .... 51.50 5h Month* - • • • J$ Al»I»KlvSS: iMfKMIAI. Pit KM, Imjnr- Ul. San I>ics:o County* Calif. nmmsj mx thr Imperial, CaUfomt* IVmo<!W» * «» MttMMl<l*M mail matter. Sat unlay. July >>. I**ol. PURIFY THE WATER While it is a fact that the wat er for domestic use in this coun try is unusually pure, coming from the Colorado river, which pets its supply from the moun tain snow an<l ice. However, the water very naturally contains more or less germs, and therefore no pains should Ik* spared to have it absolutely pure. A philter large enough for or dinary family use can be made at a cost of about 25 cents, a small amount of work added. Prof. \Y. H. Cook, «•! Buena Park. Calif., who was here this week, has been usini; one of these philters a number of years with most satisfactory results. He gives the following descriptio...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

Imperial Press Saturday. Jn| v 2». IWI. THE HAND THAT HOLDS THE PENCIL We rrail of ml* Mi pottffl Thai «rr frli fur rltfhl Of trroßf, W> h*»r Mi em Urjtt btfort (MM nilrnU In iMiriu, |,r,.», ,1,1,1 »ui:|f. Ttirrr'n Ibf "hand thai iimlii llirrraitlf/' And llir "Imikl ih.it wrllra the ilun; "' There* (he "man btfoff lhr> juittlU ," And the "man Ik- hi ml ihi> tfun;" Tb*r«*i thr "\»,r thai mlnda ttia mother/ 1 And Mir "Jack (Mat Iskta thr pot}" While llir "lijiiil Hi.tt Hr«l!da thr lUpf*'" Sriii.Mu i,,iu to reach thr spot. strung and poteal sr« ihr force* TbSl atraii«t our li*r<* arr hurlrd; Hut ilir hand that h«td« thr |.<n. il I* thr hand that |irud« thr world. Pencil |»u»hrr of thr nation; In »ho*r hand thr Mr capon lira; I'ondrr wrll thr aim and object, Y.i r thr jMiintrd arrow l1le»; Praline tfrntlr with Ihr erring Still, driiiium uitf all thr wroni; ; K»«*rju»t In condrmnation< A kI in Virtue r\rr ■tronifi I.rt »..ur fthaft* »•«• keeoi jrel Whkllv. Never vcboiMl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

6 FORTUNE'S PHASES THE UP SAND DOWNS IN THE UFE OF A CLERK A T»lr »»f MlftfOH«M« •«•' 1 «»»r« V»llh » All %>fy l»nrfc f«r m WniU. A clerk* life, ordinarily. I* a \er> humdrum me wMh but little variety to the daily routine. Hut Mr. rtw .1 Morton, of No. £0 V^per street, »Vrl Irmd Me . had An experience rc^nt lv which has made hi* life now a ver> hippy one In telling a reporter trhat he wrnt throuch. he wild: "I had been MifTcrlnj: with stomach trouble for •boot two yean. Kvery day about ten o'clock In the roornlnc and three o'clock In the afternoon I beran.o faint and f^lt ro bad that If I did not fit down I wruld fall TJvit iteration usually la^tM for about an hour, and when n^n cam? 1 had no apatite for lunch. •! mw Pr. William-*' Fink TIIU for Pale People »dTertl*ed In the dally p\ V?t* abrut a year *CO. and dcridM So \rx them 1 felt rrllef from the flr*t box and after 1 bad taken s\x boxes my dUcase ru c • ">• Ido not take them new bat aW-ays k^ ? then; in the hen^e. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

Imperial Press SaturJ.iy, July 20, ujol STEEL WORKERS STRIKE May Invjlve IWtween F«rly«five or Fifty Ih>i sand Men Three Big Mil's Will First b: Affected - If Companies do not Yield Strike Will F.xtend Principal Fight Made on the Painters Mill Pittsburgh. --Kiorn present Indica tions, It looks probable- that Pres ident Shaffer's Htrlke order. Issued to the Amlagamatcd Association mem bers in the employ of the American Steel Ho: p Company and the Ameri can Tin Plato Company, will be obey ed, ami tho great struggle between the Amalgamated Association and steel companies will be on In earnest. In the united tnlllrt of the three companies against which a ntrlke has been do dared. It Ih predicted that not a wheel will turn. An effect will be made also to close down some of the non-union rnlllK cf the city and cripple the rest. Tho Amalgamated people are very san guine of success. "The strike was not of our own seeking." said President Shaffer. "It wan forced upon us. We were not con t...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 20 July 1901

8 I [DoTouWano^ 1 if At_tljc _Go_vcrnment Price of $1.25 per Acre? || H withjhe jest water right in the world at thejowest _prjce _eyer_offered? &• | These can be had nowhere but in the | 1 IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT f . * ij? In tHe Eastern part of Sari Diego County, California % 3Jf The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000.000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been «» -during the past ■? ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. 7 ; 3)f The Imperial Setttlement is located <n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand *j£ %? acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and |g * can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the 3f? desert land law. and residence on the land is not requir...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

VOL. I. THE IMPERIAL COUNTRY EDITOR F. T. WAITE of the San Diegan-Sun, who wan here the other day, devoted considerable space in hi* paper to a write-up of the trip, which wbi made "cross-country" in stage*. Hi* article is very interesting from start to finish, ami contain* much information of the county* undevel oped back country. Lack of space prevent* uh from reprinting it in full. Following' in that portion of the article referring to Imperial and the Imperial country: It is not easy to describe Imperial, because, after saying it is a flat coun try there ii* nothing concerning its to pography left to say. It i* absolutely and unqualifiedly flat. For mile* in all direction* there are no deviations from the flat of greater size or altitude than a hay cock. Away in the distance arc the mountain ranges, while on the horizon line in the almost ever-present mirages, which hhow lapping water with shrubs and bushes growing from shallow depth*. The soil varies some, from very stiff dol&g...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

2 Imperial Press SiturJiy. July tj, tool PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Cond«xutd Report ot the Important Happening! During the Week Ajairut Dm Muntcn— San Franciico Mint Count Runaway Team Uucxd — Carp Becoming Numcrout Dia» mond Rms Pound llnlllster Is to have a monthly paper In the Interests of temperance. A twel\e-he*d«sl cabbage Is a freak which a C*Uvera» county rancher ex hibit*. A HealiSuburg rancher has grown a •niaard production in the shape of white "black" berries. Charles Scheper of S^n Francisco was divorced from his wife and mar ried again to her within twenty days L«o» Gatos Creek \s **M to be a «n« gling ma«s of fish, which are dying In place* where the water Is extremely low. The Riverside Machine Brick. Com pany Is turning out pressed brick br the new dry process at the rate of IS, <•«» a day. Twenty-three thouaani bag* of grain were destroyed In a field fire at Williams, near Willows, in the north ern jvart of the State. A valuable diamond ring, which was !o*t at the b...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, July 27, 1901. With the Potts ISLAND TO ENGLAND a ri.i'.A i.i r.grit v. fill', fi.il. ■* Hltf (.111 IM i«iirti,' |«m-iii. t..i> • Ilir Cllrotf rdph. wan wrrlttrn liv Jna<|uln Mitlrr, and rr.ul l«> him at the fourth of July irl«l»ra tiun lii-M in Oakland: Illliid tiully, SantMin, ifrlodinir mi, \V* laatfh, «»«• Liuirli. i" hear JTOflf r««ar, Tlir w hllr »t.u Imu*l )<•» kliout a lUtrr And burned hi* houw nnd all within! \Vh> ,ii.inUf> with thr lion'a akin, Vtiu did aU till* t<» I' S of jore. And jet we lunjfril }uu,doan-<lirr-knruw ! We tuiif.-.l ><>v, baiitfrdyou; laid you low, At Saratoga. York and auch - We lrUlt, KntflUh. Scotch and Dutch! Tiifu learn to In »uch (oik* alon«*; Then Irani to let Kiiic tJcortfe'» throne Krmemtwr; it won't Cost >•>» much - Hut tuei you're Knrfli»h, <l<»auchrr-knr«m ! And we're >«.ur miiih! Hut we *hall if row. Grow fairly. ««.|u.u«-l> , tall, alone — A continent that tcorni a ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

4 Tho Duty of Mothers, What utifferinff frequently rwnltt trom ft mothcr> Ignorance; or mor% frrqoontly fn^m ft mother** nc^lcvt to properly instruct lwr dat^htCt ! Tradition mv« "w»>nwn rawsl »uf* frr." ftn.l rotjnrf troroon tire »«> tauchL There i% ft little troth ami ft (Treat *'<*.\1 of exaifjrrra'.ion in thi^. If a jrou.ijr troroiin *\ific r* m-rcrrly ne<^U trt» at- mcnl. An«l her mother k!u'uM «cc that *be prt!» it* Many mother* hcsiUto to Uke their d.\'.i^ht«r« to a phvwcian tor examina- tion : luit nv> mother n«Ki hesitate to trrit<» frce'.v al*v.»i her tlati^ht«r ot hcrwlf to Mrv PinUham'n I^aU>rat»->ry at Lynn. Masv. anJ mvutv frx^m a troni.in Ihfl mort cdicicnl ftdfice wlvh* out charfre. Mrs. Ang-tK I^alr^raf. of South Btron. Wik. moth**.- t»f *.he younjr ladr xribose portrmit *re horv public, wn^to in Januarr. I<!9. wy;nj: her daughter had coffered for two ve.ir* with irreg- ular rocn.«4ruatjon — had headache all the lime, and pain in her tJ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

Impaired Digestion M«jr not Ik« nil thnt \n rnrant bjr (fjrfprpt/d IiOW, hut It will I.- If ii< rl< ■ i« >\. Tl»o unraAlrifM nftrr <atln«, flt^ of nrrir* «»ti» bradarlio, noiirnmii of thf ntoiuath, nu<\ dliafffceftblfl belchlnj may not !•«• wry ba«l now, hut they will he If tho fttornath In ■uflrriii to grow weaker* !>yn|M'|.*ln In muti a ruhrrahlc <!!•<!'<• titat the tendency to it nhouid »>•• Blvcn early attention. Thii in completely ofcr* cone i»y Hood's Sarsaparllla which it rcngthcnitnewbolodlgcs tiro tyitcn .ill I ;irUii|iuil.r- Alnrui. Tin' Jnfinui'M* tin' wtl«l tn bnvo <1l»cov< rri'tl liml a Ww mo.ihl* prcrlonN to no cnttb^unkc tin- mnjrnrl teui|K>rariljr lotes lv pM««i. inn! ilivy lirtvi« liutenlouslj^cbn; ■t nut H a ISylu fnniu\i>u|i(Kirtiutf n hortc* ► !:<.«• Uiatflli I. 1 * lici l ti uhidi in n cup Of l«!l iiirtnl. T!ji« nrinatttrr !«• attacked to n \\t\*Ui. ««» t'i;it iijh.ii the magnet Uccom* Iliß pnuilv;.-.! i!.,. ivcl^lit ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

6 Imperial Press Published everr Saturday at Imperial. San Diego County, Cat. fytnrp C. Jfrfrf, f.ditcr *nd Watt^tr 5i nsf cirnoN: One >rar • • • • $1.50 Sh Moatht •:.••"."■.'•■ «JS ADDRESS: IvrKkitL P«R«w, Imper ial. San I>icg*> County. Calif. Kntrrr«a at thr Imperial. C*Uff»tik* l\»t»»CW«> i a» »<.. N.i ,'.:>.» mail waur» Saturday. July 27. 1901. Thk Pourth of July number of the Ladies' Home Journal reach ed us a little late. but the splendid quality of its contents make up lor that. It is always good, but once in so often the Curtis Com pany gets out a number that is a gem, and this happens to be one oi tha*. stripe. The Journal is easily the first when it comes to family papers. It is well worth its room in any home library. Wk are in receipt of the July number of Western Investments, from Los Angeles. This num ber contains thirty-two «»z** pages between a colored cover, every page of which i> full oi well writ ten articles and useful informa tion pertaining...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, July 27, 1901 GREAT INCREASE IN TRADE Exports of frical Year Make a Great Record Closer RJatiom Promised by New Water Line* — > Another Obt'acle to Experts to Germany Washington. — Ex? orts (turn the United Ktuti's to all American coun tries and the Islands south of her boundaries, show n marked Increase In the fiscal year Just ended. They ex ceed those of any other year In the history of American commerce. This statement. Just made by the Treasury Hur.au of Statistics In especially In teresting In view of various efforts be ing made for closer business, commer cial and transportation relations be tween the United States and Its neigh bors to the south. New lines of steam ers recently have been put on between the Pacific Count of the United States and the western coast of Mexico and Central and South America. A recently-published statement Indi cates thut the great financial Interests of the United Slues has obtained con trol of the nearly-completed trans...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 27 July 1901

8 I [^oi^taHome^^ California | I ff At the Ooverjun^nj Price of $1.25 per Acre? || f§ With the best water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? || I These can be had nowhere but in the I * ■ # | IMPERIAL. SETTLEMENT | % * 3& In the Eastern part of San Diego County. California 3& * * *fc The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past *jf ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. ?P 'ff The Imperial Setttlement is located in this delta, and comprises about .five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the *1* desert land law, and residence on the lan...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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