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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
p^Sajl'jj !vic"| UW JiY, 1 Wheat, Millets. I j I Alfalfa. Seed Potatoes, v r If /MM KLU Lar^CKt nml nw%\ reliable *«••*»&lt; «.f Garden xZkSH:* if//wIfIATS wd||o » wJtfdiiid "ffiK J Nursery Stock E^HJ&gt;| Poultry and Hoc Keekers' Supplies. Cata'orjue A^/V I^KNtti frfC. Write us for special prices in quantities So) GERMAIN Sttl)&amp; PUN! CO., Los Angeles. Cal Cft^fflj I A. W. Patton | * t »,. t n»&lt;"» Dlackinilth atul Wagon work in all of tt» branchc* on »hort m&gt;- +J» tice. (General repair work a upoctalty. *T I fREIGHT Of ALL KINDS | •; a*niirne&lt;l to l*atton will »x; handled with the utmost care. He ha* 2 S freighting outfits to haul anything from a water bucket ton tocamojr. tive and tf you are coming to the Imperial country you will find it to iL. • 4 you interest to correspond with him. t • I CROPS PLANTED f If you have land in the Imperial country that you want planted to TT -Sj. * • ■•^ alfalfa, barley, or to anything el...
FOR THE SUBURBANITE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
FOR THE SUBURBANITE ITKMS OP INTERKSTTOTMUPIiOPLn OP FARM AND ORCHARD The Dangerous Rimian Thistle Potato farmers Not Juhlant — Camphor Tree and Red Scile -Minor Items The White Fly, A New Pest Evtr on the alert to k«&lt;i&gt; out fruit I&gt;«aH, hcini" little apprehension has been manifest l»y Bomo for f»'ar that ilv white ily iniKht give our horticul* turl-tH trouble*. Th'*a«? f«&gt;arn «•&lt;•»» lo !»&lt;• groundless, Judging from a recent Interview had with I&gt;r. 1.. 0. Howard, entomologist of the United State* Department of Agriculture. H« Bays that the white fly Bosnia to ronflnc Urn operations entirely to the Gulf States; where it has only recently made it« appearance on the citrus trees. Two raimr* nr«* chargcabk* for it« appearance, one being that the native food plant* om which the white fly Jeids were dcstroyiNl by t.tc H«'vcr«' frost.n of a few yoara ago, and the other being due to the fact of the weakening of the...
A New Sutfar Company [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
A New Sutfar Company A new h»'H sugar company has been organized under t!i" caption of the l.os Angeles Sugar Company, to operate in t';j' # Antelope Valley. The company has secured control of over &amp;000 acrt-.H of Kami, and the next season will foo a big acreage planted to bceta. though n factory may not bo Immediately built.
Grain Producers Organize [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Grain Producers Organize The current ls.*ue o tr.e iaitr:.rma Cultivator contains an account of tinpromotion of on organization of th&lt; grain producers of the entire Pacific Coast. The plan of organization is somewhat on the line of the fruit a«Hoclatlons. the Idea being to control the output of cercala on tnc&gt; co;is*. In addition to tola will be dealing In bonds; stocks, membership shares In corporations, etc.
Cooperative Marketing in Kansas [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Cooperative Marketing in Kansas Apropos of the organization of the producers of cereals on this coast. consideration of the results of the cooptratlve marketing in Kansas may not be out of place. The larrocrs, as a result of Intelligent handling of the crop, have, realized six cent.-* more per bushel than ordinarily, or than the elevator rompai.es were offering, and in addition to this the organization Itself has realized profits equal to half Its capital r.tpcfi Great care was taken to place competent business men at the head of the company; with results most gratifying.
Unusjal Olive Crop [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Unusjal Olive Crop The olive growers are jubilant over thfl largest crop In the history of t*ie I State. There may be as much as 800 , tons, or equal to about S«OD barrels of j pickles, as against a usual crop of 2000 barrels. The rice usually runs about $'»0 per ton, but this year the; growers oipect to receive about $&lt;o. Even at this price, with the unusually largo yield, the income will be much larger than usual. A prominent Importer of olives fn&gt;n the countries about the Mediterranean Sea says lhat the consumption of this fruit Ih Increasing so rapidly that thn-o times as many olives are Imported now as wero a decide ago, and this In uplte of the large Increase In domestic production.
The State Guntfe [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
The State Guntfe 'I no Htnte (Jraiißo Aftftoclatlon, In B«'.u;|(»fi nt I'otaluriM, hut wo:*k ndoptH a resolution pledging tin* tnen&gt; ln:rs not to Mil ploy any on«» wl.m ;.•.■•■&gt;•.■ blmiolf an anarchist. The .State (JraiiK" AMf&gt;clatlon ha* h'-.'.rtlly t-ndorMfd the farmers' Institute* as conducted under the auiplcei of t.w UnlveraUxJof California. The; Hr.iUKt' bait placed IfnHf on r*"ord as opposed to the proposed plan to move! the ncrlcultural vnlU-w f r&lt;&gt;*« IW-rkeley, to Mfiilo I'ark.
Glendora No Longer Dty [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Glendora No Longer Dty ulcndora cniertainca everyDoiiy and his frlcnda Saturday with v grand bar* beetle, the nccatilofl of It all being tb« discovery of an Inexhauitlble supply of artesian water within easy reach of the- landn and now actually applied Itt tin? growing of orchard and farm crops. Many shared the hospitality of these people who have been waiting fifteen yearn for the opportunity to rejoice with other bcctlons of Southern California in an adequate supply of Irrlgating water.
The Dangerous Kuuian Thistle [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
The Dangerous Kuuian Thistle One of the ttr*t matters which the present board of horticulture of Los Angeles county took up after beginning Its work was consideration of the extent of Ru&amp;sia thistle infection in Los Angeies county. Two large areas were overrun with this noxious visitor. On taking the matter of the extermination of noxious weeds before the District Attorney the commissioners were Informed that the law did not authorize the authorities to use the public funds for that purpose. Acting on this advice the Supervisors passed an ordinance making it a misdemeanor to harbor noxious weeds. The matter was then referred back to the Horticultural Commissioners, that body instructing the fruit Inspectors In -weedInfested districts to visit the farmers while inspecting the orchards and nerve notices requiring the destruction of the Russian thistle. Under this order Inspector A. T. Garey reports that 3785 acres In the Redondo district have been cleaned entirely of Russi...
Short Wheat Crop [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Short Wheat Crop Semi-official reports show that nearly every European country has a short wheat crop this year, while the United States has an unusually large one. The United States in years of shortage In Its yield exports about 135,U00.000j bushels, and in years of full crop the exports rise to 2ia.OOU.OUO. This year it is estimated that there will be a demand for fully 300.u00.U00 from the United States and that an advance In price of from 10 to 15 cents will take place in the next ninety days.
Potato Farmers Not Jubilant [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Potato Farmers Not Jubilant 1 "The potato market continues In a I decidedly unsettled condition. It is u| well-known fact that the southern crop is very light, and will probably not be over one- fourth of an average crop. The Suites that will be mostly affected Iby thlb shortage are lowa. Missouri. Nebraska and Kansas. In previous years these four States have, as a rule, grown I gcod crops, which were usually sufliclent to supply their home demand. This condition does not exist this year, and as a result potatoes nre being shipped Into those States from outside points. The crop in the Northwest, or In Minnesota. North and South Dakota, hna proved to bc&gt; a fair one, and the quality of potatoes grown in this section Is good. New York. Michigan. Wisconsin and other Stales bordering on the northern section of the corn bolt of the country have all raised average crops. At preaent the prevailing price Is from 92 to 95 cents per bushel for po- tatwg In tacks, Theae. price* repre...
THE SCHLEY COURT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
THE SCHLEY COURT Dangers of Coaling at Sea— That Famous Loop -First Schley Witness, Etc Sept. 30.— Commander Miller t&lt;Mtlfi'd that In his opinion be could have &lt;«;:ilfl off Santiago. In crosj examination he stated that the battlenhipH always rolled badly, and he &lt;liHlik'-d to k«» alongside to discharge coal from bin rolller. "Fighting Boli" Evans testified thai he could not have- eoak-d on May 2"&gt; without danger. So attempt was made, to his knowledge, to communlcate with the Insurgents on shore during the last days of May. Concornlng the bombardment of the Colon, two twelve-Inch guns of tho lowa wire injured by firing at the great elevation necessary In the attempt to reach tae Colon. His further testimony Indicated that on days succeeding the 25th. it would have been safe- to coal. Oct. 1— Rear-Admiral Brans again takes the stand for croES-examlna-tlon. He reluctantly admits that the plan of battle had been communicated to the captains of...
Government Ownership [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Government Ownership Representative Corliss of Michigan has paid a visit to the President to protest against the granting of certain i privileges o the Commercial Cable Co., organized to lay a Pacific cable. Mr. Corliss Is In favor of government ownership of the cable. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO. I LUCAS COUNTY. )** Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY &amp; CO.. dolnc business in the city of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that Bald firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for euch and every case of Catarrh thnt cannot be cured hy the use of HALL'S CATAIHUI CUKE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. ISB6. [seal] A. W. OLEABON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood an-i mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEV &amp; CO..Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Fami...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
O YO U .^dT*^ Wi \Af /\ INS I A yfipfr W&amp;. O A Xl S-l ifflP^ On Government Land in Southern California *j&amp; S§ Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. ®S The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. '- "•■"■' .* ■■•■ ■■' *-*■— ■ ■ %*% * I Mere is the Water! I &gt;fc: Supplied by the Imperial Canal System* at a price that could not bi lower if ths irrigation system i were built by the government jfc CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i ■ FIRST — The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better 3ff I 3j£ land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. £ff yfc SECOND — The soil is the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- $fc £j£ fully cropped for thousands of years. 3f£ $ff THIRD — The water in abundance is now on the ground ready for use, and the supply will ever remain practically 3fc 3jf unlimited....
The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings Arthur Kwiu came tip from Diamond lake Wednesday. J. A. Haminerftof L#o* Angelen, is in the Imperial country. L..D. Horkett of Whittier, i» in the valley looking for a location. K. C. and K. 11. Longe of Glcndale, Artzon, are here thi» week looking for a location. \V. Wilcox in here from Oakland for the |uir|H&gt;he of inventing in the Imperial country. M. I&gt;. Crawford of Long Beach, who ha* property in the valley, arrived here Wednesday to ntay. \V. K. Wilnie, of WordhotT, arrived in Imperial Wednesday. He is here for the puruoftc of locating. C. R. Rock wood, after an absence of several weeks, returned to Imperial Monday, going from here to Calexico. 11. J. Jenks has pitched his tent in Imperial. Mr. Jcnks has bought a lot and will at once erect a residence. While in Los Angeles last week Lcroy Holt closed a deal for 320 acres of land lying about three miles from Imperial. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Abbott of Gardena, ...
TO PROMOTE ACQUAINTANCE AND FELLOWSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
TO PROMOTE ACQUAINTANCE AND FELLOWSHIP A Union Social will be hehl at the church in Imperial next Thursday night October 24th, beginning at 7 o'clock. The moonlight will permit those at a distance to return to their homes after the social. A musical and literary program will be rendered. T. W. Hart of Garden a was here the other day. John Mollcrand family recently moved in from San Diego. J. C. Towler of Whitticr, has been in the valley several days. L. C. Vickrey left Tuesday on a business trip to Los Angeles. W. F. I'opc and W. C. Smith of Gardena; were here last week. W. F. Holt left here on a business trip to Los Angeles last Friday. Mr. Wright of Pomona was looking over the country the other day. Joe Trent returned to the Imperial country last week from Norwalk. George W. McCaulley, proprietor of the New River Stage Line, was here few days ago. E. W. Lewis has been in this country several days from Gardena looking for a location. H. O. Evans and Mrs. J. E. Evans were here from ...