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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

COMPETENT JUDGES. Beauty Doctors Endorse Herpicide. Women who tnako n im- in«- -•< of ! beautifying other women coma pretty nonr knowing what will bring about the best result*. Here nre letters from two, concerning Herplcldo! "I can rccommond Nowbro'a M ll©r* plclde," n« It stopped tny hnlr from falliiiK OUt! and, as a (irmHliiK it l»n» no huj crior." "(.Signed. i Bertha A. Trulllnßfr, '.'Complexion Specialist. "20Ui Morrison Ht.. Portland, Ore." "After lining one bottle of "H«Tpl cldo" my hair has stopped falling out, and my scalp li entirely free from dandruff. ..(Signed.) (Jrnre I)o«Uo, "Beauty Doctor, "IDS Sixth St.. Portland, Ore." Blggg: I wonder what mnkea my <.y<>B no wenk? DIKKH: I donC know-unlww ifi^bC causo they arc In a weak place.—[Chi cago News. Nr»rrHlrk»n, Wruken or«irl|»e >Hy.h-<'a»<«r*t» farvly Cathartic. AM Jrun Cltt*. 10c. Sc. sOe. "Ho boasta that he Is a self-made man." "It's too bad he didn't take a course In the polishing trade before he ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

6 Imperial Press Fublifcfod every Saturday at Imperial. San Ditqo County, Oil. titnrf C. Hetd, Edlter *nd m*nsgtr SIDSf DiriIOS: Oof )t*r • • 51.50 Six MMtkt • • • • JS AIWRESS: iMTKKIAt PKILSS. ImpCT* ial, San I>icpo County, Calif. EntrrNi At \hr Imperial. Califor«lJi l\*to©<* a» vc,,,n.i,h»« mail matter. Saturday. August 17. 1901. Tiik navy department continues to! l>e the center of public interest, owing to the preparation* going on there for i the Schley court of inquiry, although ; a* a matter of fact, those preparations ' arc largely routine and are by no means exciting or sensational. One of Admiral Schley *s counsel, Capt. Parker, is diligently searching the off icial records, for facts bearing on the matters that will l>e brought before the court. He objected to having every thing he did overltx»kcd by a na val ■ officer, but he was shown the naval re- • gulation that forbids any person out side the service having access to the official records except in the pre...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, August 17, tool FOR THE FARMER A Few Items Gathered for (he Interest of Our Rural Readers. _ Country Editors Appreciated— The Gar* lich Plum — Valuable Information — A Rectipe for Canned Goodr. Shipments <-f potatoes for Arizona; nnd <-:tPt«T:i points have been very heavy. Atmhdm Farmers' Club will not nice*, again until October. The Zan/c currant crop is reported to be above normal, aud will perhaps I reach- 150,000 ions. I>a*t season's crop; was very short, but 45,000 tons. Horticultural Commissioner H. I\ Cundiff of IllverhlilP has discovered a; new pest t.n the walnut trees In that locality. This Ih a spider that weaves a web over the leaves and causes the loaves to dr.-p through destruction of tissue. Mr. Gundiff will send Hpecl ments of the Hpld«r to the pepartmen; of Agriculture at Washington for Idontlflealon nnd suggestions for remedy.— Cal. Cultivator. Country Editors Appreciated It remained for the managers of the Wood ford county fair, 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. — 17 August 1901

8 Do You Want a HonHTbL^Soiitliern California , i l At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? My! l i-^IJJ(JIM-JJ9 nt in the world at the lowest price ever offered? These can be had nowhere but in the IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California 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 ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. The Imperial Settlement is located en 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 desert land law, and residence on the land is not required. This liberal law is liable to early...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

VOL. !. the Country 'Hound 11. Ballerina of I«o* Angeles, in here. 11. 11. Rollins li in the vAlley from Colton; 11. J. Jenks, is here from Yakima, Washfngton. Jesse Fisher is in the valley from Riverside; Dr. Heffernari in expected in the val ley in a few days. C. W. Justice was here from Escondido this week. t.corgc I*aurancc came up from Hlue lake Sunday for supplies. W. F. Holt is ■pending this week with his family in Kcdlands. Kckoff Hros. were in from their ranch for supplies the other day. <F***£> Win. Hume has been in this country several days from Santa .Monica. . Last Saturday morning a heavy rain fell in Imperial, extending over almost the entire valley. Houston Dent and Mr. House were here from W. \V. Mastcn's construc tion camp Sunday. Kobt. F. Garnet t of Phoenix, Arizo na, was here several days last week, and will probably locate in the valley. Peter Barnes went to the rail road latter part of last week for a load of freight for his store at Cameron. I. W. VanDo...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

2 Imperial Press SiturJay. A«;uM 24. »<W« PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happening. During the Week Committed toicide While in the Embrace of His Wife Schconer Burned* to the Mitexf Ed^e -Robbed in Broad Day« !i s ht The Supervisors of Sacramento c^un ly are In favor of oiled road*. Cbarlca Moore of San Diego. 16 year* of ape ha* klllcsJ the allowance of three de«rr this* etcaiwn. At Robinson Perry, near Angela Can.p. a forest nrv surrounded a Uand of goats and over 100 of the animals were burned to dtath. Miss Marlon Reed of San Francisco was robbed of ISO in broad daylight oa the streets of that elty. A sneaktfclef grabbed her purse, which was hanging from htr neck by a' chain, and es caped. Daisy Grogan. a California actress who made a great hit oa the New Yorn stage, and recently inhcriteJ $540.(40 from an uncle, vu married to a pros.! nent dry-poods man ia New a few days ago. Sacramento county shows an In crease of Assessrucnl of I £03. 000. Thieves ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

Imperial Press H.ittml.iy, AiiKtint 24, l'«U. f til COUNTRY 'ROUND Continued from Unit piige couldn't advance a reason for v doubt (luesH if they'd follow l'attoii some ilay when the thcr monctcr stands at 110 their doubts would be turned the other way. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. IVarsall, who had l>een in the valley sev eral days, left for their home in Kureka Monday. They were very favorably impressed with the Imperial country, and took 320 acres of land each in the Braly tract, north of town. They visited the farming section while here and were very enthusiastic over the wonderful productive ness of the valley. In the future the I'khss will keep them in touch with what is doing in these parts The Riverside Daily Press *ay*: I. W. Glcasoti and party of Riversidcr*, who left here several day* ago for the laud* of the Imperial Land company, have returned and give glowing ac counts of their trip and uf what in be ititf done on the desert. That they are satisfied of the success of the Impe...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

4 I Me* rn»*K r»uTrm. IMb lot (or should carry Faith andConvfction to thoHoarto of all Sick Woman* " I fruiTcrvti with inflammation and falling of the tromb and other di*- aprceable female wcakncsM'*. I had bad spells every two vrcvk* that would last from eicht to ten dajs and would hare to pv> to bcl. I also had head- ache and backache mo*t of the time and such bearing down pains I could hardly walk across the room at time*. I docton.nl nearly all the time for about two rear* and seemed to prow worse all the time until last September I was obliped to take my bed. and the doctor* thought a a operation was the only thinjr that would help me, but thi* I refus-rd to have done. "Then a frieni atiri«^d me to try the Pinkham medicine, trhich I did. and after usin? the £r>t bottle I l»eran t^ improve. I took in all fire bottles o» Lydia C Pinkham's Blood I*urifier, four boxcfi of Lvtiia YL Tinkham's Dry Form Compound, three l«.>xe& of Lircr Pills and used three package* of San...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

CRITICAL PERIODS m WonninS I ifc Arc Made] Danger- oii4 by Pelvic Catarrh. Mr*. MutliiU'U lU.lit.-r MrH. Mathllde -.Ichter, Donlphan, Neb.. h:iv»: "I suffered from catarrh for many years, but Hlnce I have been taking Pe- ru-na I fe«-l KtroiiK and well. I would advise all people to try l'u-re-na. Ah I used Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lln while I was pawing throtißh the change of life, 1 am positively convinced your Inneftolal remedies have releived iik- frt.ni all n.y Ilia." Po-ru-na haa raised more women from foedH of HlckncHH and set them to work again than any other remedy. Pelvic catarrh In the bane of woman- kind. Pe-ru-na Is the bane of catarrh in all forms and stages. Mrs. Col. Hamilton, Columbia, 0., says: "I rec- ommend Pe-ru-na to women, believing' It to be especially beneficial to them." Send for a free book written by Dr. Hartman, entitled "Health and Heau- ty." Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. Illnf* For Smokrr*. Here Ih n pood tip for n smoker: The best plp<- prows foul s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

6 Imperial Press Published ttttj Katnftla) .»• 7mrtri.il, San Diego County, C«f /. henry C. l\ecd. ( : .ditcr and Iti.inj.jfr SUBSCRIPTION: Ow >r^r .... $1.50 Sit Moatht • • • • JS ADDRESS: Ixiikkiai. Phrsk, lin per* ial, San Dief{x> County, CiJif. l"ntrrr»l at ihr lmp«*fiJ»l. California |*oalofBc« a« M*C<Mld<lt** tnaij matirf. Satunlay. Auf^ast 24. l««ol. What will the (*nitnl Slate* Imhiv trial Com m i*» ion »a> aNxit tni»t*. in it* report to conffrrsji upon which it* mnnt»ci> arc now mij»j»>.'"*ol lo be working? Th«* strike am) it* | complications which renewed fttrcugth with each day, have served t»» bring thin question to bear heavily ujKtn the mi ml* uf the American \*e**~ pie. The Im!u*!rial l\immi^i<>n i;avc exhaustive hearing* on the truMA, ami their relation t<» lal*«.»r antj busiiicsji, and t lie rejoin *h<«uld t»e of more value I than Mich things usually arc. If it it should l»e nnanitnoti* it un«!«»ub:et!i_v would l*e. But if there is to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

Imperial Press SatufJ.iy, August 24, 1901 FOR THE FARMER A Pew Items Githrred for (he Interest of Our Rural Readers. The Orange Crop —Clean Trees ~U»e, for Corncobs— The Celery Field»Pre» serve Eggs — Arlrtion Water for Cattle Public opinion BUBtalns the Super vlMorH of Lor Angeles county upon tho necessity of tho ordinance pro hibiting tho Importation of grape wines from tho phylloxera-Infected districts and of citrus trees from Florida and Louisiana. The shipment of oranges reached 20.800 carloads on the Ist of August, and of lemons 2GOO. a total of 23,400 carloads. The commissioners of Ventura county renew warfare ugulnst purple scale. New Infection of purple scale found on Adamas street, Lou Angeles, and It has been obliterated by cremation. Pear culture in the southwest may be doomed through attacks of the well known eastern blight. New rules adopted by all the south ern counties regarding the shipment of nursery stock go into effect In every county on the Ist of September. Sla...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 24 August 1901

8 Do You Want a Home EZEJSouthern California | At jjHMj[oyu^ per Acre? With the best water_rlpjjt Injjue^ world at jhe lowest price ever ottered? These can be had nowhere but in the IMPERIAL. SETTLEMENT In ttte Eastern part of Son Diego Cottnty, California 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 ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. The Imperial Setttlement is located <n 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. .*2O acres can be taken up by each person under the desert land law, and residence on the land is not required. This liberal law is liable to early repeal or u...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

VOL. 1. The Country 'Round G. L. Binns of Rcdlands is a subscriber. McCaul ley's corrals at this! place have been completed. H.C.Oakley of Los Angeles, was a guest at Hotel Imperial few days ago. Houston Dent and others from Masten's construction camp, were in town Sunday. Thos. Beach and family are expected to return from San Diego in a few days. S. B. Brown from San Bernar dino, was registered at Hotel Im perial the other day. W. F. Holt returned from Red lands Monday, after a week's stay with his family. A. W. Patton spent several days this week in the Braly tract staking land corners. We add to the honor roll of the I'kkss this week the name of L. S. Blackmail, of Riverside. W. A. Root of Tine Ridge, S. Dakota, is a recent addition to the honor roll of the Prkss. (leo. Sex smith passed through Imperial Wednesday, en route from Yuma to Los Angeles. Mr. Linch of Yuma, who has land in the valley, came over Wednesday, returning Thursday. Messrs Oakley Paulin Co. of Los Angeles are a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

2 Imperial Press Siturdav, A«4u»t ii, toot PACING COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happening. Dunns the Week Cured Fruit Men's Divide id Check- Indian Lahore/* far Railroad Work— —Catch of Whale Ships— Hos» Dyins OH— Stockeye Salmon Pack. San Francisco. Au«. rx— l p to July 4 the catch of the wfiAllnfi tcsttlj out of this port i* repirtfiJ to b.*v<» been as fo:iow»: Charles W. Morpin. Ki>o bam Is of fperm oil and SIM poum'.s of hone; California. W3 bar«li of fptrra oil; Gayhead. :*OO barrrl* o! fpcrrn oil; Ali-e Knotrles, SW barrels of t-perra oil and two small right vhalea; John and Winthrop. ISO Mr rels of sperm oil. Seattle. Wa*h.- It is estimated that the Pußct Sound wckfye salmon pack (or the- present season will be 1.20). 00) case*, valued at $5.«0.<W0. San Jcse.— The firs: checks fcr the tttU.OOO dividend cf the Cored Fruit association were fc^nt out last Friday. Thos-e for the first dbtrlct were completed Saturday, the sec ond district on Tuesday and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, Aii^unt .11, V*>\. GIGANTIC IRRIGATION SCHEME fAKMKKN mid fruit grower* in Houtheni Califortiifli uya the N«*w York Comiiicrctalf lire dlftctiMitiff what i* per tin pn the moMt gigantic ir rigatluii»cheiueever exploited in the \Vc»t. The preliminary fttagC* have been paNHcd, ami ntiflicirnt work han been done t«> prove the feasibility «»f tin* plan, and now the attention of many fruit grower* in directed t«» the nltnoftt limit li'hm acreage of excellent laud that will noon lie made* available f«»r farm* near Ihe ilelta «.f tin* Colora do river* The laud coittpriiicii upward* nf 900,000 ocren in all. • • • The alluvial *«»il in aa rich an any yet discovered in the State, only awaiting the water to make it prolific of everything that will grow in the earth. In nonie part* of ttie upper basin of thin delta the noil has been ascertained to be several hnttdred feel deep. • • • Southern ucwjkpaj>cri» have sent Hpzcial rcprenentntivCH ti» vi»it this great ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

4 Sick Women ATm. Vclonttno To Urn How lytUn C. Plnkham** Vc(?ota- bto Compound Ottrod Her, llnpp»r>r« xs\M ro « ;;t of Jt»ttr lif<» fortver. my Mi.ter< if you n*«t! nny of the ijiaptot&s nxnUcticd In Mr^ ValmtineS letter, unlef* >•" »c\ promptly. lYocurc l.jdia 11. link* h«m's \cgcttMc Compound ;.t tnee. It i*> absolutely i un- 1.» help >*»«. Thro trrite for iidtior if there I* Anything •U>«t your rJtM* you <U'» not under- stand. You ne<nl tn»t W titm'u\ to tell tho things yon could not explain to the doctor -joor letter will be M^nonly by trororn. * All the |vrs»ms vrhosee prl^ atr lettrrs ftt Mrs. l*inkhattj> LabOTtl' tnry. nt Lynn. Mam., are women All letters sin* confidential nnd n«lvieeal»M>- lutelv fre*\ Here i» the Utter : — "It Is with pleasure that I :»*nl my testimony to vour list, bop- | —— m ' E. IMnkham's X3*~ 11 Vegetable ut" Dcrttms, and **s|f| 7 vlnl Vt tired, had Mok t *^» ■ ' »V y i headaches, no M?SV.'? VALENTINE. a p p e ? i ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

A Muilel. Mr. Jon«*« came boftte at nn tin«ocmly hour the otlur nl«ht nnd v.;m ».urpi !••< <I 1o xee Miff. Jones RlttlnH tip for him bolotV '•lull-, ulth no other ll::«it than thnt of the gflN lamp, which faced tllO door, to kti>|» her (oinpauy. ••.MMMtirl.-." hi« paid bimkllr. "yyou shouldn't nit up s'lflto when I'txi out on btmlnesi. 1 ' An Mm. Join .» did not answer him, he Continued In nn nlnrmed voice: "Shorry, mMcar, but U'h hiHt time— tell yot> I'm worry— won't tbpcflk to im**/" At iiiis moment Mr*. Joiich •jiIImI from nhovc • - 1 .- 1 1 1 m ; "Mr. Joncn, who nro you talking to at thta hour of the night?" ••Tlmsh uhnt I'd like to know nwM-myM'lf." stammered Jones). Mrx. .lon* rt bastetietl down malm, lamp lv hand. When she saw the nit tiatlon. she laughed In spite of being wry angry. "It's the model/ 1 klu« said— "tin* mod el I bought ii day to lit my drdsnes on." "\'vh, tlwiKh so," nnld Jonesi tlpslly. "Model woman— dldu't talk bark— make some fellow Rood wife."—...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

6 Imperial Press Published every Hat unlay at Imperial San Ditgo C<»wnfp, Cat. fftnrp C. HteJ. tldlter snd tfJan^tr StBSCQIPTIOH: 0»r year • • • • S'»so Sit Monthi . . . • J5 „_____ _____ ___.-_—— ADDRESS: iMntßtAt. PrRSS, Imper ial. San DiegM County. Calif. Knirrod al Hu> tmptrUl. California I\»M«««« «• t,,.'n.!,'.j» mail matter. Saturday. August 31, l'X)l. Mk. J. C Cakkou.. of umarta. re garding the short corn crop says: The farmer is not going 10 wilier txvause there will be 600,000,000 bushel* less corn this year than were harvested la*t year. In fact, he i* gotngto profit by it. and the Nebraska am! lowa fanner is fully aware of this. The fanners are going to profit by the sh «rt crop, because the price of corn is much higher than it wa* last • year. The current price o! c<»m is twenty cent* a bushel hir her than at this time la*t year, and with that rate for all his corn this year, the farmer not only will not lose anything by having le** com, but will actually get 52...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, August jt, tool FOR THE FARMER A Pew llemt Gathered for (he Interest of Our Rural Readers. A Great Demand for Potatoes —Vegetable Seed Planting Marketing Ranch Eggs —Canned Fruit Industry, E(c. Parmen The farmer Is liable Btlll to be busy. Too busy to look ahead and prognosticate the character of the •coming season. The question whether summer rains In the mountains, on tho desctt and In Arizona in summer have any connection with the winter rainfall Ih a vital one. If. as the writer believes, they havo, it Ih Im portant to know, for If the farmer could foresee the character of a enn- Ing seafon with any degree of certain ty it would be worth many, many dollars and many anxious days and nights to him. Therefore watch close ly the coming season and make a note of It and use it for future guid ance. The summer of ISSI was a wet one and with plenty of rain in the mountains. In ftivcrsldo two and a half Inches of rain and hail fell in as many hours and good crops...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 31 August 1901

8 D O Y O U tfTjk W A N T A Jl RANCH W On Government Land in Southern California % Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. fc*^^^^^^^^&^^^^S^S^^H ■ '■■■■■■ 1" **. - - **,-. ».— ' j^^^&^Z,'.- - , ■ s^^^^^^^j@^i^J^flßCr'^ &*rsrt^!~s&f£wXS& '■ ■ ''•■ ■■£-?''■■'■***■. ■■' ''■>"• ' " '"' : '"'" ' -^ ' - ■i^^rt^^^i^SSli^l^^W^^*^ 18^'' ■■'■"■'■■■'■•'''''' '■^*' 1 '■'■"' 1 ''■■■ ".■.■.*'■-•**> ,i .., **"v-*r.- ,^.s. >;.^ :-.■ .. '** '*' *^~i -"-■'■■*' < r '*- Jt Here is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not b: lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER .CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTSt FIRST— -The ImiKrrial Canal Svstem is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. SECOND— The soil is the most fertile— more so than the soil of the c...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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