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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

Irrigation on the Colorado Ulvcr Arthur IVDavlflnf the Heclnumtlon Survey* given the I'hoi'hll KopubllCAll the folloHing 111 format lon regarding the goveriimeiil irrigation project on thu Colorado river: "After ilia uininliiAtion mid rejection id imiiiy niton along that it ream, v iltu Int- Mindly Ihmmi MlleCtcd at tin* luWt»»| l-'ilit oil tll<* rlvtT ,wlll»ro K<mh| nick nbtlliiiviiU could liv ftcciired and which la Annul diiUiuco inbovu Viimn. Thudnin will Ik* iilmiiU 700 fed long and \vat«-r will Imj diverted on Im.ili nidt*n of Iho ri ver, Ixith in California and Arizona. Tim Colorado project Inn inoimtor un dertaking and will Im» very ex|»eu»ive, hut c'«ini|H'iiMatinie rentiltfl are autit-i (Mited. The |H*oph> of tin- valley an 1 more fortunately tdtuated in that in the Colorado project three tiling will have to he done, while here there in hut one. The Ton to ih v hiiii {•!«* Htorugu enter prise, while on tin- Colorado, buHidct! ) the dtorage, lovccn wilt have to In; ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

WAS HERE YEARS AGO Or. 8. J. Mcmfcy Return* Attei Twcntyl;lßht Yearn I»r. S. J. llcmilev i* rlftiUlig the %al- Icy thin werk. for tho Hrct time i» twcnty«<*i{tht years, In 1873 he wapiti (crested in the |»oliey of IrriptUng th> desert l<v l»r. Wo/cncraft, and for « time tricil to indun* capital to take Itotu «>f tin* project. Among other? l»»* lai»l the matter N'forv Claun Spnvkeli*. It «ni< then prvmatmv, ho«c\er, aud —till having confidence in the project, hv altaudoncd it. For eighteen years IV. llen?ley ha--« l*Cfn prt-jkident of the Prvj».dio C*»unty Irrigation Comjwny.on the Ilio Granule, in Texa«, and wa^oneof the fin»t |<r v>n- t<> run a tnansit for the irrigation trsLexn in Salt Kjver valley. Arixoua. Main Line Through Imperial Tin* Southuc?l ha> it on excellent au thority lhat the Southern Pacific ha# requolod ripht* oi nay through the lamb of the California and Mexican ]<and and Cattle Company in Lower California, ju>t across the l»»r\l...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

WATER SUPPLY DOUBLED Over Thirty Thousand Inches Now Flowing ha Canals During tho liint week there hun heou a rapid rim? in tho water of the Colorado river, which liA4 remilted in greatly in* i'rea«iug th<* flow in tno caualfl, which are now carrying over IM,iHM lulnor'l iiM-hi-H of water. Tlwi»« Jm now, urn it re* Mtilt, no indication of water nhorUge, mid every fanner liuh all he can |H»*«il»ly use. Thin abundant supply of water coidcm in tiiiH) to greatly benefit a lurp" |>or* tiou of the gruin acreage. Cool weather Imc pn'vaiied for roiim* time, retarding the ilfvelnpiiifiit of the grain, and an a result the harvest ifl furlh«:r rcmovitl t liun would have Ikhmi I\h: cane with or dinary ti'iit|M?ratitri* at thiff BCftSOn. Advices from the hejui waterH of the C«ilorailo art* to tho effect that there in not a big body of muow in the «tut«v the druiiiago of which eulerM the river. The Hiimmei overUow if, therefore, not expected to l>e nearly no great an that of hiHt year. T...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

TRACK IN CALEXICO Thl* Week WltftCMCfl t-Ind of Truck l.n\inc Ttierc liiiTiKinf ilu« «(Tk nillKvllic nul »»»f track laving into i'«lc\i«>t unUw» *»iup ni-. i.J. hi liAprirntu Thrrv Is • lijiu uii\ . Iwncvcr, in i.- -ttuic men nn<l the work of Uill&*ting ihci t..».J N>l will not mako nxpUl (trußrcnk, It is ixk^UiU* tliat r. -ul.tr it. «u.» nil] Ih« |mt into Ctal« vxiw l»y Juin« 1, by giving thorn slow lime *Hit)t of Imperial. Track fur the Holtvillr- root), now otil t«o miles from t!,<- junction, U expcctdl to Arrive nny day, ntul construction «% ill t!i< n ]«ttK-fi-.l on that lino a- far a* thr Alamo river, uliorv Uiere will N« j»«»nu* delay pending the 1-uiMn „• of the tiruljre. AhsurJ PalschrKxl The Chicago Pnckor. whicli in ?«u|> jv««t*»l to Imve a rvprv*cnt;ttivo in la*& Angeles, ha* the |xx»r jutl^tncnt to pub lish tin- faltiehood. *'Ivcm> Angles, Cal., April *J»».— The drouth in Smitbern California during the \x&*>\ year hx* ruintni farmers ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

GREAT-BARGAINS a word to Por 10 D&ys Only AWordofCaution The Wise . . mX - ' a«. Thnl ' o "' Froi " tlM> BeO*inniflO* /VlaV 2 IQO/I New York Store There In "imply no eoni|Nll tori l«- ■-'V'^ 1 1 1 1 11 1 lg I T iCXJf 4* ) MZTXJ/J. twcciilhli mill ollwr nlnrcK, (<>r ll»! Uio ilonf thot <li»ti everything on the New York store At the New York Store of Course w|im 7- "« '7* K ' iii ;; ov< | rmflrly « v ,: MVW I UIK OIUIC „r y .I.'jKirtlii'lit 111 ttlU lIOUHO. Wh ovorahiulowi ull coiii|*:tiu»rH, nit thin Never woro bucli matchless liarfraiiiH offered before. . ' . '. '' •.-,, IMKynmrKaiuHdifinoi^traUj the fact« N«ver Midi criinliin« of valu^. Whatever you h.« mark our K r^l up arid then mark urn that count; undue l*iek the factn up in this or any other of our advertin'menOi you'll *x down. But we have cut Uio onginal ... , , 1 » .• . ...... .1,1,,, 111 our utorc. I»ric«««. You know that thi« Htore don t with |,rlc«il<>iiul«<UiitwU! «v«ry cluiin Uc-ve in j.i^li...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS rcW4«WltMkAtl % «l»»\« »T l%ir«»l»«,t»l-, »1 r««T<»?rii* »m> •*,«.». mrrmu »»?• wwo c*v. « At.trov^u. M tA!iv»?tl»T»*>N One Year .... ||,C 0 Six Montlti .... .iM Tfirro Montis .... X* Single l\»pie» .... ,<V» [Under nocircuin^tancr i* a nan>p en terod on the sul«*cription lij»l without cash in advance, ami the jinpor i* alwny<« difoonUnned at the expiration of the DO NOT SHM> STA.HPS IN PAYMENT ~~nSTBUHD AS SHCOKO CLASS MATTER " SATITKIUY. MAY 7. mM. PRESS IN SAN DIEGO The Prv>>> \* on sale regularly at the bookstore of I/>riug A Co/i 7t»'J-706 Fifth Street. San l»ie«o. where TOhfcripUona ami adwrtiMinent* may al^ l«e left. WATER COMPANY NO. 1 111 1 is hereby ordered by the lw«ard of dirrct«tr> of Ini|>i'rial Water Company No. 1 that the Imjvrial l*rv,v» X* rvcur^ nitcd a.« the otllcial orpin of Kitd »x»m jutuy. and the Mvrv tary b irwtroctcd to cau>e to l«e imblbln-dl in «ud newspaper witlu'iit ct^t, tbe minuter of all th...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

IMPERIAL Miii'h outing milt* at Varneyn*. If Huy lti>fiig«*ratorM at VttrueyH*. tf Mm. Confer arrived from Phoenix, A. T. Sn mlay to visit Mr. Conner of the New York store. HarcfiHtt fiiiirllc- for men, women and children at ViirrioyaS tf Rev. S. W. Harrison ha- returned from tin- conference of the M. I*'.. Church South, which meet at San IW nardiiio. Window shades, matt re*H«?n and npriug cots at Varnsys*. tf Mr*. W. W. Adonis has left with her two twins for a brief visit in San Diego. Varney Bros. w:ll for cash, conse quently sell cliea|M!St. tf Mr. Gustavo of I*oh Angeles, brother of Mr*. Paul S. Anderson, is visiting ihu latter. Farmers wanting Kallir or Kgyptiun corn for seed or to insure their grain hliould upply at once to George W. McNear dc Co. tf .Mr. Varney, father of George, Lewis ninl Ed Varney, in visiting bis sous in the valley. See It. K. Too mey about your Grain Bags. Agent fur (i. W. McNear. tf Key. J. I*. Condor and \V. K. 6isson have returned from their evange...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

NEW WATER SYSTEM Pipes Now IWlnjt luild - Ucv'trk l*Unt Coming The In. |x t .:»• IJjlht, Water ami Powei Oompany Is busy laying a new |»ii>o line ti. !"»:»!.' town to proTide domestic water < A ?ix inch w»h«il j>i|*»* leads from tin 1 pump at the ice plant t«» Ini|rrial «vi*« nuc, from which smaller j4po will t*kr the water tltrouch town. A iM.iXXW^aI. lon i.mi will t<e i><>! from which to ilrnw water, au«l will *t.m<l 3*2 feet :il-\-' p round. The electric plant which lia* Nvii or tlrrrd f<*r t!<e pbnt t»» furni«h luht- for tltetown will l«e !>hij'i><>l from l^>- An celri" in the ct»»r>e of a few day*. CurcJ Mis .Mother ol Rheumatism "My mother l»aj» been a ■uffertr for many year* with rheumatism/ 1 says \V. il. Howard of llosband, Pa. "At tjiin- -].<• u.i» unable to move at all, while at all times walking was, painful. I presented her with a bottle ol Chanv beiiain*S Pain IViltn and after a ivw x\~ pllcatloni she «!•-»•!. h-l that...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

A Positive Necessity HitviiiK tO l'iy npuri my U<l for 14 diiyH from a SOVOfoly bruiw?d leg, I only found relief when I llsod v bottle of Hal* lartl'n SltoW IJiiiuicnt. I can chcor« fully recommend it a- the u-t modi* cine for tirulsei ever pent to thenfllicted. It him now become a |KwtliVo nerewlty u|miii mysolf. D. ic. Ityrncs, Merchant, DoVurSVillo, Texan. VtC, H*, fI.OO. Hold by Imperial Drug Co., Dr. P. 8. Andorton, proprietor. I'libno 78. • \l\ position Excursions Ihe Southern Pacific Company an* npuncvfl that the dales for the pale of excursion ticketn for tin* (XHlislfllia pur* CllOIKi «*X|M)Milioli will Ih- Hn followH: May 11, 12, 13; Juno ir», 23; 24;. 1n1y 1, 11, l.'i; Angina H, 11, 10; Kopteml>er "l, .'», n ; Octobor 3, 4, r>; November 1. 2, .'l. U NO MCI! OP ASSILVi.MtIN T IMI'KUIAL WATKIf COMPANY NO. -I, location of principal place of l>usi> m*f<rt. la>* AiiKeles,Los Angeles county, Califurnia. I Notice in hereby jriven that at a regu- ' lar meetin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

HOLTVILLE for the IVr«« ma> be led • ! the Unit* Ille IN^ttoflWe At the meeting ol tl»«« iUxxbolderv of Watrr Company No. 7 Ihi* we«k W. l\ lloli w«« elected president and trca* nrcr, Capt, J. N\ Patten mi|«rintcmleni and Monetary; F. N. Cliaplin, ««»i«tant SivrrUry, and 11. l« Perk, vlce»nrt«i« dent. Captain Pat ton will open an office in HoUvilie. where he will engage in re.^l estate bunimfw and attcwlto the work of the wnter company. \\. A. Harbour, who i* building tho brick lintel at lloltville, M«|*.»rt-« that the work of brick Living will U« re- Mimed in the course of a wevk. Wurk ««.« intcrruptrd by the non-arrival of Mccl for the huiMing. M«*t of the Bteel j*; n<<w on tJie gr>»un*l, and shipping hill* have Urn received for the remain der^ So otlter building will be undertaken uulil the railrtK»<l i* completed. Fuel <»jl has l>oen haule^l by wagon from lin perial for the brick thus far burned, but no nx»re will l«e hauled in thi^ way. It cannot U* .-tatol...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

DIFFERENCE IN COWS Determining the l»nifltablenc*n of Dairy Cow* "Good ju«lK<f helinvo that in tlio en» lira ■country onc-lhlrtl of the cow* k«|>t for tlii'ir milk «lo not pity for their cunt of keeping and nrnrly ono*thir<l more* fnil to yiuhl minimi profit." Ihll rather ftUtrtlinit hlutfini'iit, tuiyn Dr. X W. Allen, of tliu Department of Agrlcul* tun\ wan made in tin; Yeurb.iok of Hits Department, by onu who is coiniwlent in n|M-uk upon tin; lubjeci. TlioqueiH tion arim;M ( uliut in a furmor with a lien] of dairy coma to<loT Firwt of ull hu nliould find out not only what liin Iwnl collectively, hut wliutcoch cow in doing; henhould Ijcgiu a record of both quantity and quality of milk prtftluced by each cow. Thin will vuahle him, after a time, to ayHteinatic* ally weed out bin herd, routining only tht; beat* He should then gradually raim! tho ifUiiulartl of hi* herd by brued iug or by tho Introductiou of a new utock. The average cont of keeping a cow a yr*i has Ix-en vu...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. IVpartl***! nl Ihe tntftior. l"nite»J *«itir« X.xnA ofii.c. 1^.»«. Arifffir*. I*l . Aptii l^h, I »i 4 Nrtl.e U hrirM fltrn thai IiMM A J VHAIN »>f San Pe.lr.». Cal . *Micnee «.f R«.t IV M. I'hrf tin, h»» file.l notu-e of mirntion to make f«t»<l „n hrt <le«*tl)jind *l»im N<» IIX f«>* Ihe NXV «, «.t >^» SI T»j». ».« H. «. l» K. R. H M.. Iwtore thr in. 1 .. 1 "••.!•.• C<'mml»«ioßff at '• • .••*.. in iMfMrULCaI.. •«« Th«»«dai. Ihe md dat of .l«r»e. 1 »M Shf n»mn ihe tollo* inff « i|ne»w« t.» j «.•» t the «or«|<!rjc .tti k -»ti.'n a n.i »r* liimhoh «•! vi.l land: l» t.. Hroilr««M>«. tlat too Harrlttne. Hart 1. "*> it» ■!!<••• Vanden Ilen«rl, all ol Impriial. Cat, b A. J. CK«m»K*«H \NK. Kev»*l«r. OESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF—" NOTICE FOR PUDLICATION. ej»»r:w«-nl «.f the I ■■<••■■. failed Male* Land l>ffi»f, t*n AntfrSe*, Cal.. April l«lh, Sotuf i« herrbt . < • ■• that AKTIII'R HA- 71.X uf ;•• ,•• ■ ..-...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

In the North Subscription! for I he PriH max *»« left at the Drawlcy Potloffk« Tin* wfiiiijnuuf l*!wi* J. Varnuy and Minn Jonio IlumKiinhiirr nt tin* liom<* of Mr. itml Mm A. W. Cook, two tiillufl north of Ini|M*rinl t liiml Htnxliiy, Umilc everybody hero i»v BtiprltOi Mihh Bum* Ifiirdiinr who in v HiHlvr of Mm. Cook wiim for tonic inontliH «?ui|iloyc«l l»v Vnr* i»«*y ltr<>(li<TH ut ihuir itora in Imperial, when; mliv in ItlOflt highly Catoomcil. At tlmt times Mr. Voriioy wuh in the* Itn* jH-rinl libra, l;it«-r taking chargo of thu coiiijmiiy'H llniuli-y Htoro. It had boon MiiH|N>ctcul by thoir frieiidt\hat a warm utUicliinorit lukl Ix't'iN botwoon tin; young "jMopU-, luit nono of their frifii'l.i wore laki'ii into their confldoncei and no one biituhe i»ri<l«**M rulutiveti wit* ncn*cd tin; wcd<ntig, ut which Ki*V. 11. C. Mullen officiated. On Utair arrival in ltruwli-y thu in-uly wcililinl COUplti took ii|» their remittance in t\ie\ liouih? of Mr«. Mfjidur, wher...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 May 1904

THE TOWN OF . THE TOWN OF IMPERIAL BRAWLEY California California Imperial is the leading town in the famed | s located Oil the Imperial branch of the Imperial Valley Southern Pacific Railroad. It is an em- surrounded with an agricultural country second to none on caith. btyOnic City, SUlTOUnded by 90,000 acres where the husbandman makes all fc jw.y from $25 to $45 per q[ the Q f man eyer year per acre, as a reward lor rus labor. r. looked upon. It will produce wheat, bar- imperial is the capital of the Imperial Valley, and will be . . If If 1 L the count)- seat of the new County of imperial, when the legis- ley, sugar beets, altalta hay, sorghum cane, lature, in its wisdom, creates a new county in this part of Cali- SU g a)f jj s J anc J CO ttOn; indeed every- thing indigenous to this soil and climate Parties desiring to purchase business or residence lots will ■ • « L J find tf, c) - are far below price, in other le» favorable cbmmu- gFOWS in luXUnant abundance. nibes. For literatu...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS VOL. IV. Published at the center of the greatest irrigated territory in America, in the heart of the Colorado desert, San Diego county. Southern Call ornia, 67 feet bel»;w th^ level of the sea. Under pres ent canals, 250,000 acres: under irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land in Arizona and land to be irrigated by the" sational Government from the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million irrigated acres. FOR OWNERSHIP BY THE GOVERNMENT Joint Session of Water Companies Act on Two Important Issues A very important conference was held at the office of Imperial Water Com pany No. 1 Saturday, at which the mat ters of advancing funds to the California Development Company and acquisition of the irrigation system by the Govern ment were considered. The parties to the conference were the directors of the several mutual water companies. The result was that a basis was found for harmonious work on a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

WATER CO. NO 1 Minutes of Adjourned fleeting HeKi in Impena! Minutes of an adjourned! meetijujT of the Board of Directors of Imperial Water Company No. 1, held in the company s office, May 7th, 1904, at the hour of 8 o'clock a. m. The meeting was called to order by president, I. W. Gleason. Directors present, W. A. Edgar, V. Gant, I. W. Gleason, J. H. McKim and S. J. Ulrey. The minutes of the last regular meet ing of the board of Directors, held April sth, 1904, were then read and approved. Whereupon the following resolution was offered by Mr. McKim, seconded by Mr. Ulrey and adopted by a unan imous vote of the board of Directors. Resolved: that an assessment of fifty cents per share of the subscribed capi itol stock of this company be, and the same is hereby levied ; that said assess ment be payable immediately to R. D. McPherrin, the secretary of the com pany, at the company's office, at Im perial, county of San Diego, State of California ; That all stock npon which this assessmen...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

THE BIG BRAWLEY SALE Foots Up Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars! BUTTER MILK HELPS IT OUT The North End Has "Put It Onto Us" A Little Bk in The Matter of Purchases The Press report last week of the Brawley sale was incomplete owing to the time of going to press, and it is now supplemented with the following from the Times correspondence. One of the greatest sales of land under the hammer in the history of the South west has ended here, the total result of the auction amounting to $35,000. The engine of the excursion train that was run into the valley from Los Angeles Wednesday by Willis G. Emer son was recalled from imperial where it was compelled to go for fuel and water, and preparations weie begun to get the big camp on wheels ready to start in the early morning hours. The usually placid social life of this community has been considerably agitated during the forty-eight hours that this annexed vil lage from the coast has lain at its gates, and it has become quite a fashionable thing f...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

THE BRAWLEY PURCHASERS List of Purchasers of Lots in Brawley, May 6 and 7 D C Collier, W H Paulin, C D Paulin, A Papendick, J L Blinn, W C Henry, A C Seaile, W G Emerson, D G Aplin, T A Livesley, E A Deßlois, Johnson & Musser, A B Salisbury, Charles Hudson, C H Heard, John Nelson, Albert Simp son, R L Johnston, J E Hollingsworth, Mrs Frances Burlingame, X Hartley, Wallace Gregg, C B Wood, A V Lind sey, W E Donaghoe, J W Martin, H A R Brownell, W O Emerson, A F Wag ner, S D Yoakum, Isbell & Gregg, F Groshan, Jacob Ohrnart, I W Gleason, C V Dougherty, C H Hawn, Willard Beebe, 31 V Dutcher, W H Peasley, W T Cocluane, J D Bennett, C C Bowles, CII Phegley, W X Peasley, F H Stan ley, \V D Garey, Cannon & Yokem, E. Mead, Fred Snyder, E R W Scott, G T Blaif, J Swall, Ellen Hollingsvvorth, Peter Hovley, J L Coleman, S A Mc- Fadden, Peter Walker, Win Kelly, J P McCleinent, Kilian Kohl, Tony Bright, W H Doddridge, J H Vissers, Miss M E Stewart, W P Mills, F Groshan, Geo H Cannon, F...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

Commercial Hotel Arrivals A. S. H. Fulghim, Jas. McConnell, Tonkowa, O. T. ; J. D. Bain, Henacy, O. T. ; J. C. Nevins, Coachella; Frank Cambern, Miss Nellie McPiierrin, Jno. Jones, C. D. S. Chapman, Geo. A. Car ter, Shirley C. Ward, Los Angeles; W. B. Hage, San Diego; H. L. Becker, Mrs. H. L. Becker, Elsa Becker, Chicago; Gus P. Blair and \vf., Mammoth, Ariz.; G. S. Nevins, Coachella; E, J)ool, Im perial. Local option has failed in Florence, Arizona. It will be a cold day when Florence goes dry. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal., ' April 27th, 1904. !• Notice is hereby (fiven that JULIA V. BLAIR of Los Angeles, assignee of ALFRED J. WOOD, has filed notice of intention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. 1158, for the south half sec. 8, twp. 15 S, R 14 E, S B B & M, before Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on Wednesday, the Bth day of June, 1904. She names the following witnesses to prove ! the complete...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

IMPERIAL TELEPHONE CO. Extensive Improvements and Exten- sions Under Way The Imperial Telephone Co. has un der way and in contemplation a number of improvements and extensions that will improve the service and make the system of greater value to its subscrib ers. The lines in the business portion of Imperial have just been divided so as to make more lines and have fewer sub scribers on a line, consequently the lines will not so often be 'busy." A start was made Wednesday build ing nine miles of line near Holtville for eleven new 'phones, which will be fol lowed by the building of a line to Heber for several 'phones. The (Jiilexieo line has not been very satisfactory of late, there being some difficulty in calling up the more distant 'phones on account of the inefficiency of t he repeating coils now in use. This was such a busy line that it be came necessary to string another wire and "duplex" the line by what is called a "phantom" circuit, that is a system by which two conversations...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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