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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

Imperial Press. vol. I. FINANCIAL PROSPERITY PREDICTED. A PAPER ON -PANICS AND BOOMS" READ BEFORE THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IN JUNE 1897, BY L M HOLT, AT A MEETING HELD AT ALPINE TAVERN OUTLINES CLEARLY THE BUSINESS ACTIV ITY OF TO-DAY. THE UTAH RAILROAD AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS FORETOLD. Tho United States 1b passing through one of ita periods of busincsc pro 3* pcrlty. In fart this condition of affairs io to bo found in most parts of the- civilized world at the present time. For the past four or five years the business world has been recovering from the ;erriblo effects of the last periodical financial panic which com menced In Australia and the South American republics in IS9I. and atrmk this country with a terrible crash In 1892. The panic In this country was not so severe as it was in Australia, because the conditions were bettor hero than there. It generally requires from four to olght years to recover from tho ef fects of a tfi»noral world-wide financial pani...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

2 All profile Jn a d»n section ol Country up* their cirdil At the Mint time I.«»mm tbr-y Ale nil Ro%einc«l l-> the name lotai oanditions. Hence, there Is « firiltious stimulation ol price* which tnuM m»<» to an cud. This md t»rinp» a financial drprrs- Mon which muM necr*Mrlly follow a period of tu^ncw Aftivity. When the people itrrlte at a point where their credit limit Is rrachcti U.cre is nccc*«rilv » uecrrAJc in thr demand for poodn And prtipwty. and rot m tho supply t>eo\mc* grtMttrr thsn the' fictnftjid And prka i^pin to decline, TbU nlc*n» f peculation. Thousands CI prople cnfragcl in tnanufatcurlnfc or prodw^inp article* of Rcntral u±c »re thus thromu out of employment, anil thi> cacM« o pUU further dr<rco-*c in tho dcroand for goods, and hence a further decline In price*. Tho»e who l.a\c purchased on crcilit find them- WITCS SUbjCCtCtl tO heAVy ICwW» t^ czutc they are ctimpellM to MWtain the drprorifttlon on *00d» they do not ,«n that I*. pcx>ds bought on c...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

iulvittlOtl of tin* Lord, Mill It i« pretty certain thftt thim* who utiuul Ntlll will »»•••' It. although they will not bo l»«n« ui'-.i ttioroby no much an ih« ■> would bo If they didn't Htnnd Mill. Thn coming bOOtn In not hero today ami It will nut bo her*! tomorrow, but ho who him no faith that a period ot very btwy litmlnfnii nc-tlvlty, nrrom pauled by a «|MTiihitlv<» Ihkhh In cIOW at hand, would do well to plare him* wlf under tho fo«lerlnK earn of a fcootl, reliable Kuaniliin. Irrigation for the Yuma Indians. Tho Lob Angolci Tliih'h pitblUhrn nn iiitorviow with Krunk Sullivan of the Yuma Indian Bcuool, touching educa tional matters and Irrigation mattem jilnn. urn (oIIuwh: Frank Hullivun. inßtructor of tnr iN'iitry and liidtiHlrliil jmwhuUh at the government Indian hcliuol at Yuma, nr rlv«»d in ih«» city yesterday and regia: t<T«*d at ..n» Hamonn. He 1h another of tho Indian workers who welcome tho proposed change In tho government policy toward thy rcd»kln»: and ton i...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

4 By Road to Imperial. A. J. IV>*ntr. who has Ju.«t trturnrO from Imperial, has made OQI the fol lowing tattle of dlnt-anros for the bene fit of those who are making the* trip with WApon and tram. At each *?op lndlfatcvl. water ran be found. San Bernardino to Moreno. IS miles; Moreno to Hemct, IS mile*; llrmrt to tendon. 10 mile*; I^opKlon to Tripp*. IS mil***: Trlpp* to °*k Orovc\ 10 mllm: <Yak drove to Port Iji Crute. 10 mile*; Port !<a Out, to Warner* More, 7 miirs. Warner* More to ivan Phlllipo. 15 mile*; San Phillip* 10 Mason>. 13 mile*; Ma^on'n to Valli ccto, 5 mile*; Vallireto to Talm Pprlnp*. 10 mlle»; Palm Sprinpm to Caxlko Snrinpa. 10 m!lc*. rarrl!u» Spline* to Diamond l*ike. 27 mile*. Diamond l*nke to Imperial. 15 mlle>. Total distance by wai;on road from San Bernardino to Imperial. ISI mlU*. The measurements were made with a road meter fastened to one of the wagon wheel* and to of courw i» the Actual mcajturement of the dl&Laurc travcr»e<l by the «a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

HOLIDAYS IN THE VALLEY The Or*t holiday «ra*on in f ni|M*rlnl valley hn* brcu ot>«erved in appropriate manner by the dirge*! assemblage* of l>eople yet hnown in thin section nud by fca«thig and presentation of gift* in .ill the home* and boarding place*. The mail brought in many prc*ent» from friend* in other portions of the country, and the children of the vall.y fared •• U the cu*tom with children through the civilized world. At Hotel Imperial Mr. and Mr*. Latltrnp gave a Christmas feast to their guests and the walla of the din* ing room were beautifully decorated with pictures and wild creosote bushes, which latter make a line substitute for holly. Christinas ut Calcxico wa* also a time for feasting at Company head quartern, while the Indians had a par* ticutarly lively game of pcouc which lasted far Into the night and ended by one Indian getting all the money and other valuable* held by the partici pant*. There were hunting parties at Cam eron Lake, one of which came to an...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

6 Imperial Press AND KAKMKK Pabllihcd c\cn Batardi; at Imperial. San Diego County, CsL Gdo*r 7. fjeirc Gdlttr and Wanj^tr SUBSCRIPT 10%: Otf yt-st • 51.50 M« MmUi .... JS ADDRESS: lur-Kitm. I'kkss, Imper* ial, Ran Dicß^ tVuiit). o*l. Knterrd at thf lmp.*f«»l. CatlfdOill l\-«toS<:# II Mvond-cta*.* mi»J mjitirf SATURDAY. JANI'AKY -». I«HC. GROWTH OF THE COUNTRY Standing on the »treet* of L«* Augcle* a few «Jay» *mcc. the ctlitur uf the Prenaud Farmer wa% forced to overhear a conversation betwerti two stranger* who bad come to the *iatc br way of Central California. The verdict of those men. given wilh an inadequate knowledge of the cotmtry, «rai to the eflcc: that Northern Califur* itia i» the be»t ftectiou of the »tate in which to Kcttie. Tin* deduction wa» the result of the ex\ncs%al conviction that "back of L*o» Angeles" i» nothing but climate. lv Southern California we know Utter than that, but the»c uieu had formed a conviction !>jhV, on a very »upersctal of the country. Th...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

LITTLE EMPIRE IN ITSELF "A little empire in itself." is the way C. A. Scott refers to the New river country, in talking to the Han Diego Union. Mr. Hcott has just re turned from the Imperial section and ••» enthusiastic over the prospects, more particularly from the fact that the development of the country U *urr. to he of great benefit to Han Diego. "With all the money which is being npent to make the desert bloom," mvh Mr. Hcott, "it cannot longer be said that Han Diego ha« no back country. The fact is that San Diego hud a back country before the development of the Imperial section wan commenced, but she has a much greater one today." The most interesting thing Mr. Scott heard at Imperial wan the talk about the branch railroad from Flow ing Well*, mid the junction at Imperial with the San Diego- ICanteru: "I found the greatest interest in the railroad project," says Mr. Hcott "while the matter of junction of the two roads at Impcrirl was mentioned in my hearing 4 number of times. ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

8 MORE RAIN WANTED The rilifor «»f the |*rr».» and Farmer •luring thr la»t few-dat* ha* traveled fcomewhat over thf older portions of Southern <*alif<>rn»a. and »• forced to note a very uii»4iti»facfort condition nf grv»winf; i: i *■:■■ an«l hay crv"»p». In fart it require* »omethlng of |»oetic hcm*e to »peak t>f the crx<p« a* crow inp. for the pram i* but a frw inchr* high, and much of that i* already turn* •nc rellow thrt^uch need of rain. Htll* which were crcen a month aro are bleachinf* rapidly, an*^ rain cannot Ih* long def errr<l without bni'Rjnc on Southern California a« »erioas a con dit ion, »o far a» *t»»ck fecti i* con* ccrnccl. a* that which rxi%tetl during the three year* of drought. A* a matter of f^ct. there have tn*en noc.<»o«! cram or hay crops in recent yrar*. and there i* no Mtrplu* of feetl on hand with which to meet a dry year. With thi* condition facing Southern California an less there i* bountiful ! ram withiu the next two or three week*....

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

Proposed Irrigation I aw. A dlnpntth from Wnnbln«ton, I>. C, dated December 25, given nn ontllno of th« new proposed National Irriga tion law, One peculiar feature of tho law In that It reCOgnltM n water right - i\ UtltiK Which Jii<lk<* B. M. Uokm of tho United States District Court for Bouthorn California decided did not oi Ist Seventeen inomborH of Congress, funning a ComtnlttOG appointed by the mem bora from arid and semi -at Id Btatei to draft a bill providing for national nld t<> Irrigation, have practically completed their work. The committee bill will be Introduced In tho Senate by Senator I-\ B. Warren of Wyoming, and In tho Houso by K. 11. Nowlauda of Novadu. Tho bill provides that all mowy* re ceived from tho tale and disposal of public Ijuklh In Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kantian, Montana. Nc bnuika, Nevada, Now Mexico, Nortn Dakota. Oklahoma, Oregon. South Da kota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, beginning with tho lineal year ondlng Juno 30, 1902...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

10 A New Coont). The Whllllrr N#WI Kp^ak* %fry urn ►lMy In the tno\t> to <t*att> the now county of Imperial. It **y$ : Ik)wn on the Colorado »lra»crt thr people are already ulktn? oT or«anlM ln« * new county. Of rourw» there I* the jiiiual amount of p»^lltJf* In th«* move, but on the other hand there «rv *ome jroml arpumrnts for the netting up of « new Mlliwkk. There l» m> (jneftJon that the new country being opened up In the % Iclntly of Imperial I* destined to be a well populated dis trict In the near future, and It will bo n hardship not only upon the p<^ple who Are urging a division, but ol*^ upon the county at large for the for mer to continue transacting business at San Diego. The building of the San Diego and Bastcrn railroad woulrt femovo much of the difSculty. but the road ha* eilstcd «k> long on p.ij>er that If 1* difficult to create a large amount of faith In actual construction. The Imperial country, however, may fur r.ish the Mlmulu* that has beon w...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

7 I 7 I H ACT! X I THERE are thousands of people in Southern California today who have money to invest and who are J<? looking for investments. Jv There are other thousands who are not, strictly speaking, looking for investments, but who would 4/ be glad to put a little money where it would do the most good. JV The attention of both classes is called particularly to the rapid development now in progress in Jv the settlement of 500,000 acres of land under the Imperial Canal System in the eastern portion of San Diego ♦ v £ county. Jx l This settlement is no boom proposition. It is founded on the largest and most fertile tract of Jv I irrigable land to be found in arid America. ♦/ The Imperial Canal System is what its name indicates — the most abundant supply of water tiiat Jv can be used for irrigation purposes in America. ?v Not only is the water abundant, but it is cheap. iv Experience shows that 500.000 acres of such land, when under cultivation, will support a popula- ▼ V tion ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 4 January 1902

12 owmsa rkadt tm M«r:c mmi rtM CA.tnLoi'rcs mkir Calr\jcv>— IKitKKM: .«PTTLK.XK n VT. |! Hdchinery and Electrical Co. j I MACHINERY j I GAS ENGINES. ETC. i: \ 351-3 N. Main Street, -- Los Angeles | ♦ ♦'♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ /•THE -d tf & COVERALLS HID SHIRTS BROWNSTEIN, NEWMARK A LOUIS, Makers LOS ANGELES. CAL. R. L CRAIG & CO. | || WHOLESALE | GROCERIES, CIGARS j I AND TOBACCO 1 I LOS ANGELES, CAL. I | San froncisco Office, 123 California Street I i i«inn * c "^^ Overalls union ii> /#• COMN, OOLDWATUR & CO,, flanufacturcr*. IMPKKIAL PRKSS BRADLEY U BAR LEVER HARROW The Strongest Harrow Made *T THE CELEBRATED BRADLEY PLOWS, Western Wheeled Scraper Co.'s Grading Tools, run List or midiim a«d high grue vtmcies. E. P. BOSBYSHELL, Los £r lcs ' 130-132 North Los Angeles Street. Los Angeles Express. F"ive Editions Daily. fl*r AA rk Vaor A^ l * ie "J^ws sanely presented. leading after- d I Cul • noon Daily of Southern California. 225 W. Sec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

Imperial Press. VOL. I. TO GUIDE SETTLERS IN SECURING GOVERNMENT LANDS AND WATER. EXTRACTS FROM THE IMPERIAL LAND COMPANY'S FIRST FOLDER. Following are extracts taken from a folder Issued by the Imperial Land Company in August 1000. It wiw the Him publication put forth by that com pany and the reader can see how clotte l> the original plans have been fol lowed and 'iow successful these plann have been: There in alwayt* a great fascination connected with the settlement of new countries or the new hccilodh of oM countries. Ever hliicu the BeiUoment of America a large percentage of the people have been classlfled a« Pioneers. The men — and tho women — have been poiwejweil with great nerve and perseverance. They have loved to blaze their way through the forests and at-roan the plains, or over the deserts to prepare the way for tho coming civilization. The opportunities for new settle ments under the Stars and StrlpeH are not w> plenty as they were half a century ago, and theHo opp...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

2 up -in lh< Un.l before ftllns tltl ippllfA* U«»n. »*» th.it he can »Utc« of hi* own knowledge, that the Jan»J i.« dewH In Climctei Ho CAn then Hie h1» Appll' cation in the 1 nitod >.ate> l^nd Office, in l/<»* Annrle*. for 40 acres or attj multiple of 4o up to S2O BcrcA, pajttU the nutn of t««-nt>-fhr ««nt.« i»«r men at ihP thur of mAklQg Ihe application ||, ii m ; .. :, under the law. spend t:,. mm of ll .w j>cr ncrr each jrcai ;, :!.;,, x.iih |Q ifCUrtng wrttrr for tnlnfl and otherwise ltupr\t%ln* I . md in ill tf* cam thl« requirement oi ttii i;»» i» complied *i»h by the j, i,:..,v, oj >:*». * >n mv* n«' Water company No i. lljr using ihc watel i£un Mum.i be can raise Uie. nett*sarjr cropi on ihe land to enable him 10 prove up rti any time withiu (our years; jw which time he nm*t pay the additional Mim of ll.w l»*'r ncrv * ie iv u»en e& titled to Ms patent. A Man and lii» Wil« r.»i. iach tnK«- up 320 ncrc* under the deport Und U«; Kach number of tin- ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

THE PROSPERITY WAVE. BRADSTREET REVIEWS THE PROGRESS OF PROSPERITY IN THE UNITED STATES IN A VERY FORCIBLE MANNER. PRESENT PROSPERITY NUVEK BEFORE EQUALED. The annual review of American trade, finance and Industry, prepared by Uradatreet's, and given publicity on the -'7th of December, declares IHOI to be ii rerord-breaker ' amoiiK the flvo succeeding yearn of commercial ex panslon enjoyed l»y the United States. It* preeminence, the review states, hum all the more notable because it Buffered from a combination of happen- Ings thai in a normal year would have proved depressing, li not diaan trouM. enumerated in the latter arc the, machinists' and steel striken, the Block Panic ot May, the [a;iuru ol sev eral iraprudcntly-manageO combina tions, tin? effort* of sucn couiulua tloiiH, including Uiai in copper, to Ilx prut*. Uie hbortuKf n coin, cotton 1 and oatH, aim llic as«a*alnatlon ol j President Meßluley. Summarizing the general situation, the llevlew says: Tlu iron pioductJou will ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

foyptian Cotton. A *p«vlal dlnpaUh to the \a^ An fr<Wi» Rlpr*M from I'horflll. AfltOAA, dAtf .1 iVfrml'ff JtlM. Khc* n Jtinxl scooufit of thr- ro>« rtimmlftl o%j>oM m«nt in rAlMnp the innp Maple K**p tlun rotten in th< Salt Km r Valley— nhrrn tho climAiir rendition! arr *o nearly lIU IhoM rtl>tlns At Imperial. Then b no doubt now that the Imperial Srttl« menu «ill *oon becotnf tho crater of the rcrj profitable ln« duMry of rAifinu thi!» hlchprlc<sl t etton nn«l that i\* production »UI l,rcoiiK rrrj profitable in thl? section cf the country. The *li*paton !»a?»: "Tests mnde it thr (totcrnment nation? in tho Salt Kltcr Valley hmo demonstrated to tho satisfaction of the department of ainifulturf that Kp>v>tian cotton can W pucce**full) and |-H-rhap» profltablj ral»ed in tho Southveit Offli iaif at thr Rmern* mrnt rxportmrntal faxtnt and land owner* in thi.* section of thr rountrj Arc onthujlaMio over tho outlook for the Introduction of the cotton Indus try. "Ijl...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

SAN DIEGO-EASTERN ROAD It begin* to look morel n* though there was real earnc*tuc** behind the Bail Diego-Kant* in railroad nrojrct. There i« n rumor to the effect that the Hpreckels Interest !• behind the road too greater extent than ha* appeared, and Mr. HprcckeU ha* behind him the reputation of having promoted the San Joaqtlhl valley road, now a part of the Santa l*'e system. The directorate of the company now being formed .illiiH the HprcckeU interests, repres ented by 14. S. Hahcock; the San Diego Laud and Town company, represented by John K. lloal's the commercial inter cut* of San Diego, represented by George W. Murstou, and foreign capital identified with Sail Diego realty, represented by Thomas T. llill maii of Birmingham, Ala., and (I. S. Grant, a nominal resident of San Diego. That thin in a powerful combi nation, if the representatives really mean business, is certain, and the freedom which one always feel* temp ted to exercise to look behind the re turn* a* they appear ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

6 Imperial Press AND KAKMKK Published erery Saturday At Imperial, San Diego County, Cat. Hds*r T. fjttvt (Idtttr snd insna#tr StBSf RIFTION: Ose year .... $1.50 Sh mmir* rs M>I>K!vSS: iMMttttAt. Pftß&s, Imper ial, San Diego County, Cal. Cntcrcd at the Jmj»«r >*'.. CsM.^rn.* I\»tAflk« SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1902. CONFIDENCE GROWING One of the l*e*t informed citizen* of Ix»» An£cle%, who would probably not care to have hi* name mentioned in connection with the statement, cx pre^ved himself in such a way refcarx! inj the San Dicgpo-Kakicm railroad) that it i» cer'.aiti the thoughtful peo plr of the metropolis of Southern Cal ifornia believe that henceforth San I>ie£o ik to t»e more of a rival than has heretofore been coniudered probab'.c. Asked for hi* opinion of the San Diego- £a*tern, thi*. citizen of Ix>* Angeles &jiid: "Sin Diego realire* now that some thing must be done, or her position a» a commercial center i* forever lost. "The development of the Imperia.l...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

WILL TEST SUGAR BEETS One <»f the prospective crops of htipe* rial, and one regarding which tin* Prrm .tint Kurnirr ha* had considerable to nay, i« that of augur l>cet«, and it i« a satisfaction to he utilr to state that a •K'firaof experiment! win lie mudc 'luring the present year, ut various times of planting, under the autpicr* of the owners of the Oxnnrd sugar factory, acverul representative* of which have been in the valley during the last few days. The points which have been CM littler* a ted in these column* in favor of beet glowing are the ones which, according to the representative! of the Oxtiard factory, are the one* which lead them to liujn- lor great thing* from the valley. The greatest of these is the prospective duration of the harvest season ■ whereby factories established in this valley could in all probability be operated for from 200 to 300 days each year, thereby probably doubling the capacity of a given factory over that of a similar one where the Reason i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 11 January 1902

8 HUNTING EXPEDITION A hunting party made up of ir non tied warriots again*! panic |\a*»cil ilir«»ti(jh the valley. spending Monday night at Imperial, and ontt*S they have been headetl ofT by President Diaat a* a preventative of the annihila tion of all rauic in I*o«cr California they are probably by this time piling up carea**c» of dee r. hear, Hoiti and wild t»«»ar »»n the tetnprstous beaches of the Golf of California. Tlie party i» made up of Harry Chandler, bttsi* ne»« manager of the I<o» Angeles Times; Will K. Chapin. artist on the Time* staff; Walter K. Rowker« al*o of the Time* force: Clarence K. Rich* ardnon of Ix»* Angeles. Thoma* 11. Silsbee, well knonn cattle man of Oxnard, and George K. Her*. soil ex pert of the Oxnard sugar factory. They were met by Mcur*. Pnflcll. Murphy and Alison of the Oxnard *v- Car work* ant! by George C Hunt, at Calejrico, where they remained for •hree day a, and while ratnorha»it that a large <seal in cattle railing land i* pending, in whi...

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