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OUR ISLAND POSSESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
OUR ISLAND POSSESSIONS liUndi Hutthful- MtnJU fry Dredging — Senator Beveridgc Surgoon-Ornrral Slcraber« reports ** n result of hl!» intostifAtlon* In the Philippine* thAt tho Islands are vrry healthful. The Pupct Sound Bridge and l»re«l«rInf Company b** bc*n notified thnt it him been awarded tho contract to drfdir* Manila harbor and completing the old Spanish breakwater. The contract rr present* a value of $2,000,000. A good *ICT} i* told at the exr'tis* of Senator Beverage, and it comes all the wax from our now Uland po*sf«Mon*. The Senator wm A&lt;idr**»lng TOO school teacher* who had Just reached Manila on tho transport Thorua*. Hi* theme was tho duty of toachern to Inculcate neatness among the people, and suitable drew*. Ho dwelt on the itn-port-anre of th&lt; men shaving every tl.iy and of women dolnjr up their h*lr. and of the neatness cf apparel. The Senator himself looked very natr In a white duck suit of military cut. buttoned up to the chin. But as he lnOu...
An Independent Administration [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
An Independent Administration "I am polcp to select the very best men for public ptw&amp;ltlons. Men appointed to high pubit: places must be high in morals and In every other respect. If the American people care to fehow their approval of my course 04 President during the 'rare* years and o half that 1 have to serve by placing me at the head of the Republican ticket in 1904. I should feel dot ply grateful. It would be an honor that it would be difficult for any man to decline. Bat if 1 have to pander to any cliques, combinations or movement f:r their approval. I would not give a rap cf my fnger for it or the nomination under such circumstances. My Indorsement must come from the people of the country.'" Such was the statement made by President Roosevelt in a talk with South Carolina Republicans who ca.ed at the ite House in the Interest of a candidate for an appointive office.
Admiral Schlty Prrxnting Hli Case [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
Admiral Schlty Prrxnting Hli Case I^ast week revealed more than any previous time how fragile is the cas« against Aumiral -Scblty. and How ea*y it will be for the defense completely to knock it out when the time for putting In testimony for the defense arrives. Experts in the navai service say thai there is not the slightest doubt that Schley will come out o! the case absolutely and completeiy vlctorious and that without patting in one-haJf of the testimony to the he has at band for submission to the court- Admiral Scbley. however, has decided to be charitable toward his enemies, and bis defense wIU be nothing but defence, all attacxs upon Sampson being eliminated from it- Admiral ScV.ley's side cf the controversy is being presented this week and makes interesting reading.
Pat Crowe Offers to Surrender [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
Pat Crowe Offers to Surrender OMAHA. Oct. 13.— Chief of Police Donahue today received a letter from Pat Crowe naming the terms on which he will surrender. In the letter Crowe agreea to give himself up at once and stand trial for the kidnaping of tdidy Cudaby. providing he is not locked up until a jury shall adjudge him guilty. He tayo he is unable .o furnish bonds in excess of \ r J*'* and demands that ball be fixed in that sum. The answer to the letter must bear the signatures of Edward Cudahy. Gov. Savase. Sheriff John Po»er. Attorney Shields. Chief J. J. Donahue. and the judge that fixes the bond. Idaho Is shipping prunes to English markets, two carloads having betn snipped this season for auction sales in London and Glasgow*. At NordnoSf. Ventura county, a company has been organized to erect an olive mill to hai .»♦• the big olive crop, and growers a-iund Santa Ana are discussing an olive pickle factory.—California Cultivator. *i
Sweetness afOxtmd [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
Sweetness afOxtmd The Oxrianl sugar factory experts to make a six months' campaign next weaaon. To that end contracta wlii be made for the growing of 250.003 tons of beets, planting to commence In December, and the factory to begin grinding n«-xt June; 250,000 tons or b«eta will mean a million and a ouarter of dollars to the furmcrs of Ventura county, besides a half 'million to tho factory workmen.— California Cultivator.
ANNEXING ARID AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
ANNEXING ARID AMERICA 500.000 Aero Bemj RecUlmcd By Col* orido River Water IMPERIAL CANAL SYSTEM Southern California H J»i« oevtioping t^« rawt extfntlve ami Important Irrigation »ystcm to be found In Aril America. The location of this enterprise in on the Colorado Delta. »! the water for the reel &gt;ma! lon of. that country la taken from tho CVlorado River, where the supply I* more than abundant. In extent, the land to be reclaimed under this *yMem Includes about 800,000 acre* In San Diego county. Callferula, and about Siw.oGO acres across the lino In Lower California. Tho California IWolopment Company has charge of t^i*» work, which it generally known as the Imperial Canal System. In April. 1900. Mr. George Chaffey. founder of Buwanda and Ontario. In ban Bernardino County. Cal.. and Mtldura anJ Htnmark In Australia, concluded arrangement with tho California Development company, whereby ho was to take absolute control o' the enterprise and manage It to a con- elusion. In ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
■ - — — — I . » I i ' A *^ TIT || . I 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HP * I n • 1111111111 l Three New Prospective Railroad Towns Each Supported by Thousands of Acres of * * IRRIGATED LANDS * ioooooooooi * v The reader's attention is called to a few tjt 1 UNDISPUTED FHGTS All railro.id towns, Hacked by a large area of productive, irrigated land, become good sized cities. »i. Well located lots in such towns and cities in a very few years become very valuable. . Such lots, at first, sell at a nominal price, and within five to ten years, some of the business property 4, is valued at from $100 to $500 per front foot or more. . The best cities in Southern California (outside of Los Angeles) are not backed *l* by more than from 10,000 to 25,000 acres of irrigated lands, &lt;£* Riverside, Hedlands and Pomona are samples of this class of cities. ♦ The towns of Imperial, Parlnga and Calexico, in the imperial Settlements, are now placed *J* on the market, and the lots are offered for sale at nomina...
WORK AND WATER REDEEM A DESERT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
WORK AND WATER REDEEM A DESERT fKii.M the Lot Angeles Herald Sunday Magazine we take the following cttracts'frotn a long illustrated article regarding th&lt;* Imperial country: A record of amazing pr»«luctivene*.» | i* presented in a n&gt;ld of ■•orphiun. planned June 2**. which attained a growth off Malk Hchl or nine feet high ( in seven vreeVv. That record ohow* a ] part of what ha- been accomplished in ■ reclaiming the Colorado desert in j Southeastern California. All previous record* of plant growth in California, long famous for marvelous production*, are vastly exceeded by thi* one. which etjuaN any *t&lt;'ry in the annels of Egypt. »howinj: the fcr- &lt; tility of the delta of the Nile. Thi*j rtra crop of sorghum will yield from; five to ten ton* of cured hay to the j acre, which i* worth 55 a ton on the) ground, thu* returning the grower*; not le&lt;v* than 525 per acre. Large fields* of millet, planted under the same conditions, have ...
FROM DIAMOND LAKE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
FROM DIAMOND LAKE A. J. Klliott. our enterprising cattle man, ha- started into the butcher b»&gt;ide&amp;s ami is Hiip|ilvini^ Imperial and Calextco. Mr. Klliott report* cattle fat am! range in Hue condition. A number of the resident* of the Diamond lake vicinity are gathering | mexjuiie hean» for hor*c feed. They are equal to barley us a i?ruin feed and are easily gathered. P. J. Storms, with the assistance of one Indian, gathered a ton in two da vs. Dick and Satn Thing, interested in a large cattle ranch on the Hardy river, in I,owcr California, are stopping iv the vicinity for a few day*. They report feed good in the lower country this year, and cattle doing well. Joseph A. Bstudillo came through here latter part of last week, enroute from I^os Angeles to Calexico with a bunch of horses. A. K. Dud .son Of San Diego, who has a honie*tead near Blue lake, arrived here with his .son, Roy, the other day, and are making arrangement* to erect a residence on their place a...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
# t|t«i»ii»t|?t|t% |J A, W. Patton J 4* 4 JSa «!.•«••» HlacltKinith and VV.i^.mi w«&gt;rk hi till of its tirunchcn on shurt no* • f ticc. (icucral repair work a wptclnlty. &gt; » ;; f HEIGHT OF ALL KINDS |; i 7i 7 a»»iirncit to Putton will lx* h.unllr«l with the utm&lt;&gt;*t enre. He has • 44 ¥ - • frfi^litim: outtitA to haul nny tiling from a water tiucket to a locamo* .If • T T 1 * JL tive, niui if you lire coining to the Imtierinl Country JfOM will find it to if. i T v J&lt;t you Interest to correspond with him. £ » $ CROPS PLANTED IT^ If you have land In the Imperial country that you want |&gt;latitctl to t* J^ alfalfa, barley, or to anything else, don't forget that he in in the 4* 4 ■ » iniMiiciH, and that he known how it hluuiUl Im? done. lUh addreAH is Z * Imperial, Cal. V S Kerckboff'Cuzner I I mill &amp; Lumber &lt;&lt;£..... | WHOLESALt ... I MIWIPCP OO ?U B . 8 NOB BASM ' RETAIL DEALERS IN L&...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
\/^^ 7^ 7777^ 777r77777T77777 r777777r 7777777 9777^777^^9 777^ 777^^ &gt;AAi •««———— — — — — — m ■ iii .■■■—-■—■ ■-«—■■-.—————— —-.«-»-——----«-------—-■ ""rrY 1 IHlPEftllUi I SETTItEIttEHTS : ; : '" Sa " Dic O° County, California g ■ #/aire ITof# €/9e«f IToifr Rights to Locate % GOVERNMENT LAND I ■ if not you want the best that can be had, and this is £ S where it is to be found. ?&lt; S iviiy? First-Because of a most Fertile Soil g S Second-Because of an Unlimited Water Supply t |; Third-Because of a most Favorable Climate § f^ . tt v j _ , ^ , r-rr— -7- : r .. . ,- ,-, t ■ ;~; ~, T - V , % .. i k s/^ ■■* t-y- - »J '••**' ■ ■ 'I ■■ -■ -" - • -.■—i : - '■ &lt; » — ' *;* ' "■''■"■-'.-■ "'. "•}*•' ■- '" - ■ » i-'. ' •■» * , * '-,■'&lt;&gt;'(, fi' '. ■- - . MAIN Ci^NAL OK THK IMI'KHIAL CANAL SVSTK.M f^, w^ It is now demonstrated that these lands will produce immense crops of Grain, Alfalfa Sorghum and v! Millet. Crops now growing will net the ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901
I DO YOU &lt;TV I Jl W A N T A jP 1 |w RANCH pr g| On Government JLand in Soutliern California m mk &amp;&amp;t Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. |sjj|| The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. WM UK " " jiL Sic ii 'll^BBMMM||j|H -. '^"^jr" '//"_,_ ifc^X f .^' i. P| -r i'^' r V , ~ ' &gt;7~*^ - ' V '&lt;yj Jji t.-' : ' ..-*.'". •-; '■'*"■ *"i i rr '- *-— ■ " * * ' 'I w ' i&gt;rVi&gt;«»&gt;t mll a ww« **»' "«■■ * 3J--I Here is the Water! 8 Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not be lower if the irrigation system v| were built by the government Jjf j| CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS t FIRST— The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better ife % land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. * m SECOND— The soil is the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valle...
The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings Frank Stephens of San Diego, was here Monday; K. H. Davis, of Mesa Grande, reached Imperial Sunday. N. Huckmastcr, of Rcdlands, was looking over the country first of this week. M. 1). Crawford, who had been here several days, left on his return to Long Beach Tucsesday. J. W. Masten, who has been visiting his son, \V. W. Masten, several days, left for his home in Corona Tuesday. Mrs. W. S. Fawcett of Whittier, who was here last week, selected a tract of land in the valley, on which she placed water stock. D. C. Huddleston and family reached Imperial last Friday from Long Beach, and will reside here in the future. Mr. Huddleston at once set up barber shop, shaving the first man last Saturday. W. A. Daggs and L. F. Kiggins of Mesa City, Arizona, two of the most prominent stock men in the territory, are guests of T. l\ Banta while making an investigation of the Imperial lands. They report a great number of teams on the way from I'hoeni...