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COLONIZING IMPERIAL SETTLEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

COLONIZING IMPERIAL SETTLEMENTS COMMENTS OF THE PRESS IN CONNECTION WITH THE GOOD WORK No\cr l»tforr In the history of the I'nitod State!* ha* ihrrr been *sich ft vlcnrou* movrnunl of the people to take powscpMon of n reclaimed deceit «* that now bring mitnewd n* th* people from all part* of the country, and o*pc< ially from all part* of Southrrn California, are roorlnn «ith thrir houwhoM prn>*l* and go«l*, to take po*KCß*lon of the land under the Imperial Canal system. Never before In the history of tie country ha* the prcw taken Mich a deep inlrrcM In the migratory movements of the people a* that no* *honr. by the papers of Southern California The public at large hnve but n *Ught conception of work Ix-lng done to annex thl* largo iJlcc of nrid America to the chili^iiion of the world. Onr year ajro there tra* absolutely nothing on the great Colorado ivlta except a few surveying camps, and they vcrv compelled lo Haul water for subsistence for miles. -■■-.■. ■ T...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

An . . . EXCURSION To . . . OLD MEXICO Will be run from LOS ANGELES via the Southern Pacific Company DECEMBER 19th, 1001 Making stay in the CITY OF MEXICO ROUND TRiP RATE $70.00 (lood for SUt> !>■>• In prt'sentlus thin opi>ortunity to tho public to visit thin quaint city of the A/* tecs n v«ry low rate has boon made, and those who can nhould takt: advantage of it. Tin" train will be made up of flrnt-clasa Pullman Sleeping Cars with Dining Car servico through to the City If desired, and enough can do «o t<« innure tho expenso, the Slee|H. i r« can ho used during tho stay i» the city. Wo would request that you inform tho iM-urcHt Southern Pacific Agent, if you desire to take advantage <if this Kxour«ion, so that accommodations may be reserved for you. CorrcsponiiiiiK l^> w Katos from all points on the line of tho Southern Pacific It. K. wilt be made. All Side Trips while in Meiico are optional and can be take...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

I HicrchhoffsCuzner 1 I Mil & lumber Co. | WH WHOLIBALI mo I |I|\ n |— k f— f— | OCORB, BASH, (*2 ED RiTAIL OIALIRB IN I— WIVILJ U. I I «moMIILWORK C 9 E3 YARDS AT f3 X ban pcdro, whol.saii Mv Office, Cor. Alamcda & Macy Sts. -rj R- LOB ANGELCO, Main Orncr * r^l a^l POMONA. PABADBNA, ■ - . —^ . fa-2 gr LAMANDA. AZUBA. COVINA. L-OS AnK^'GS Well, oi r^r^YTCx v Yyf^t*Yyr^r^yyrr»vT^r^Yxr!T^r^o^ A -f>v v "r\fw r p/' 1> j 4 i> ;: I m p c r i a 1 ;: :: Telephone;: |C o m pa n y| I W. F. HOLT, Manager :}: } <► « • I Office* at o 1 Imperial, Cameron, ♦ ♦ 2 Flowing Wells and Iris * * i> ' * — — "^ ■>* o <> Hh * * it o Messages sent to ** -<• or received from <• < > ♦• *' any part of the world. 4* < > i• i > tTELEPHONES: Ifor rent| |" Hotel Impe ri a l{ I Imperial, California I I Offers to the public I ® sup...

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EDITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

EDITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The day of small thing* for Imperial is fast becoming history. I'ntil recently it has been possible for the undersigned to fill the position of editor and manager of the Imperial Press, an.l at the same time do the mechanical work. It na» seen, however, that under this arrangement the demands of the Imperial country could no longer be met. and the other day the Imperial Farmer, f < rmcrl* published in l«o* Angeles, was consolidated wilh this paper. The "ready print,** or "patent inside," is di«*can!e<! and the entire eight i«ages will be devoted to the Imperial country, with an increased number of pages as the business demands it. I'nder this new arrangement I have the privilege of introducing toour readers Kdgar F. Howe as editor and manager of the Imperial Preys and Farmer. H. C. KEKD. In assuming editorial management of the Imperial Prcs-s and Farmer. I prefer to Ikt judged by the paper as it appears from week to week, rather than by p...

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VALUED TEACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

VALUED TEACHERS There i* one clas-s of people now coming to the colony who have it in their power to prove most valuable instructor* to others*. These arc the men. gaining in number rapidly, who are coming ironi the Salt river valley. Arizona. They have for \ears been growing feed and raising cattle under conditions which parallel the conditions here, and they have brought alfalfa growing, especially, to an art. They know how to get the best of results and avoid the mistakes that in a new colony are very often .seriously destructive to crop*. There is such a thing possible as allowing water to stand on alfalfa in the hot sun until it scalds the plants and kills them, and other similar mistakes may be equally injurious. The people of Southern California are accustomed to irrigation, but under different condition* than those which exist on the delta of the Colorado, and every person who has a piece of land in charge will do well to make the acquaintance of one of the former residents ...

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OLD LAND MARK [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

OLD LAND MARK K. L. Maxwell of I'itUburg, Kansas, j paid a brief visit to Imperial Tuesday j and Wednesday. Standing by the : hotel Wednesday morning, he btudicd i Signal Mountain, and *ai«l that in lhoO he made a trip from San Francis- j co to Memphis. leuiie»see, by stage, going over the old IJutterlield route, j He remembered that over a wide plane the road wa» indistinct and they had a solitary mountain sji their guide. He recognized Signal Mountain a* the one which was followed forty year* ago.

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Pen Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Pen Pictures ACl.orOof »tu*t. a damh of ffora r h»'f»o* am) wagon, an out-climbing »»f fteven or eight turn, a charge on the hotel tattle, a continuous joshing «f gt>od>ttattirttl Chine?** Charley, a rol« tckiug *«»ng ami jolly hanter. ami cverjrbodjr know* that the surveying "ga»K" l j a* arrived for the night. And everybody greets the tn»ys with a pleasant word, for cvcrjrbodv know* that they have fought a noble battle for the redemption of the desert, and hare stood the onslaught of the etc* incuts fur month after month in the preliminary work essential to the Irrigation 6f the soil. F. F. Hall, who has charge of the Held worlc. and who heads "the gang." is a boyish- look ing personage, though he has brought honors from Cornell University and ha* demonstrated the thoroughness of hi* education and the pluck concealed in his apparently frail structure during the two years of his service on the Imperial tract. Scarce i<* supper over than Mr. Hall rep...

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MINERS' OUTFIT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

MINERS' OUTFIT C. G. Balch and Jeff Kiilam. who were on their way from Fresno to Yuma several days ago found what i* apparently the remain* of a miners* outfit and left it at the Press office. The find wan made thin «»idc of Carriao creek, and con*i*t.s of a coffee mill, copper waih basin, bridle bits, silver fork, glass inkstand and wagon wrench. There wa* also a common miner's j*an, which fell to pieces when picked up. There is no doubt that the articles have lain for a reat many years on the plain, and seem to have been cast aside to lighten the load which the overburdened miner was carrying. Another find wan made during the present week by H. C. Oakley and some men whom he was showing over the tract. There were a number of piece* of Indian pottery, some showing ornamental work of a superior character, while a number of flints and a meal grinder were near by. There is every reason to believe that the Imperial tract will prove rich in finds which will contribute to a knowledge of ...

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Forest Lieu Selection [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Forest Lieu Selection United Statr* Land Office Is* Antrim, Cal.. September 24. l'»H Notice i" hrrrbx givrn that A. H. H>-l-r. vt h<i««- j«.«t «>f!;ii- ,ul<!r.-H* io i,'« Stuwrll 1 1 1 ■>• k, Lo« Ant' Hr., California, ha« maAv application t.nrir. i, un«J.-r thr Act nt June 4th. »"•'" ,30 Slat*. ¥* tbr followinir drucrHwtl tract, lu*wlti ThrS. Mof ihrS.K. M vi Srction M.ant\ thr S. •i or the S-W. % »t Srction 35. Twp. 16 S., K. 13 X... S. It. M.. cofitaininir l"» acrea. Within the nr»t thirty «la%«» frutu date of the flrM pablkatlon herrof, pr«»te*t<» or contrM* Jirain»t the detection, on the ground that the land described, «>r injr |*»rt ion therrof, U more valnable for it* mineral* than for agricultural j.ur^/*«-», will be recrived and notrd for report t«» the CommUtionrr of lh* General Land Ofltce A. J. CKOOKSHANK, Keifi*ter.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Rooted Vines and Cuttings For IMPERIAL COUNTRY. Address Stevens & Frost, ETIWANDA, CALIFORNIA. INDIO LAMPS £^?^. iitK welli»of pure« »oft water. Rich MTdiment »oii. Neartt.tt. free water J«arlit-t»t pro* m _i__i K »_» v ducing land in V. S. Unlimited mar* keU. KO COMPIfITION. For aalc by H. W. COTTLC ft CO., 452 *llco*:Bullding Us Aogeles, CaL

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

%Jm p c r i a I | I flJatTrlßigbts. § O. . 0 We have opened a brnrtcb oflicc nt Imperial, in charge © of our Mr. 11. C. Oakley, who is thoroughly familiar O X with the whole O IMPERIAL COUNTRY. % O In addition toour DISTRICT AC.KNCY for the Irapc- © a rial Land Company, we are prepared to handle any of *^ Ql the early filings that the owners may wish to<lisj>ose of at reasonable price. 'x A for special reports on lands or for general information, address 0 Oakley-PauHn Co., o | IMPERIAL, CALIFORNIA. | * Imperial Mercantile (& * •^ DEALERS IN ** * GENERAL MERCHANDISE » * £ HAY LUMBER AND I* AND BUILDING A I GRAIN HARDWARE T Imperial, and Colcxico, Cal ip^H TFV^ BARLEY. Wheat. Millets, ; ■■ Iv^lnpn ! Alfalfa, Seed Potatoes. .^^ ltj6ll|aS HLIi Largest ami most reliable stock of Oardrn jJsk.Stu wi*%sv\ OATS end flov * cr s " di aad *v^< \^^^k Nursery Stock //#fe Poultry and Hee Keekers' Supplies. Catalogue $Jp jSSMjhi free. Write us for socia...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

p a P. BLAKE. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Imperial. Cal. WANTED l'»Hiti"ti a» superintendent or manager on ranch. Advertiser in a thoron^hly practical farmer. Has fifteen years experience farming t>y irrigation and cultivating lar^e tracts of land. Address F. P. HOIJIKnoK, Morovia, Calif. TO THE TRAVELING! PUBLIC I have on hand a nupplyof hay and barley at New Kivcr crusalng^ 16 miles cant of Coyote well* and 26; mi lei Be, of Carrito Creek. <«oo<l water and ■had/ camping ground. P. J. Storm*. For Exchange <«<mml income jire|»erty at Kitcomlido, Cal.T to exchange t*>r lni|>eriul Water Stock and land*. For |>articulrr» a«ldreti» I*. O. Hox 262, K»coiidido, Cal.

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IMPROVING WAGON ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

IMPROVING WAGON ROADS TIIICKIC is naturally nn opportunity ■ for Considerable improvement to the wagon roads leading BCrosa the Imperial Innds, ns well an to the roads leading to the colony from various points, and plan* are maturing for improvement* in a number of direction*. The mosl important of the roads is that from Flowingwell, over which by far the greater portion of the freight is brought in, and on which the Stage comes. The Southern Pacific railroad has never favored that road, because Flowing well is on a heavy grade, nud it wished the Imperial freight and passengers to leave the road at Old Heach, about three miles east of Flowwell, and an arrangement has been perfected whereby the change will be made at once. This will be an improvement for almost everytmdy. There is about three miles of very heavy ruind to be crossed in coming from Plowingwcll, and at least two thirds of that will be dispensed with on the new route, which will be but a trifle longer than the old Hue. A...

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PROGRESSIVE COLONISTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

PROGRESSIVE COLONISTS J. H. McKim of Pomona and William Hart of Pueiitc have arrived to take charge of their lands on portions of Sections 7, 8, 9 and 17, township 15, range 15, and arc preparing to work on a large scale: They brought to Flowingwell six car loads of freight, including two cars of hay, two of grain, lumber for a house and farm implements. As a considerable saving can be made in getting to their place from the railroad by coming the cast side of the Salton, they are considering the propriety of putting in a bridge over the stream northeast of Imperial, near their land, where it would be of great benefit to settlers of that section. These gentlemen arc preparing an active campaign of planting during the Coming winter, Mr. McKim having 720 acres and Mr. Hart 160 acres which it is proposed to get under cultivation before spring.

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BOUGHT THE CROPS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

BOUGHT THE CROPS Messrs A. K. Walters and L. M. Holt have recently purchased from Dr. J. C. Blackington his interest in the crops and farming operations near Calexico, as Dr. Hlackingtou desires to devote his time to the improvement of his section 33, just south-east of Im« |H-rial, and work on the company's ditches. The doctor has had charge of this work during the past season and Mr. Walters came down this week with the doctor to close up the work and dispose of the crop as sooti as it is ready to harvest. Edgar Freeman is now in charge of the ranch.

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FORAGE PLANTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

FORAGE PLANTS Some dnyii since 11. C. Oakley wrote W«lt»r T. Hwiuglcof the 11. H. Department of A^ r i * it 1 1 n r <r regarding •pectmensof forage plants for tin* section, Btld he will jiriM-rrtl to get tin-in Ullder the Condition! of the following letter received from Mr. Bwln* gl«\ who in located at Berkeley, Cal.: "I am assured by the Oakley-Paulin Co. that you will he glad '" '•'*' ;il "' report tt|x>ti some forage plants of the Mediterranean region. These arc planted In autumn atid grow through the winter. ♦•If you dettre to undertake to tent any of thene please write or wire me at once. I think the Alexandrine clover may do well with you, and have asked Mr. Fairchild to wire you in regard to it. Hin address is U. <J. Fairchild, Department of Agriculture. "I am very much interested in the culture of the date palm in the Colorado desert and would like to learn what in the coldest temperature in winter, the hottest in Hummer, and the nature of th...

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STORM CLOUDS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

STORM CLOUDS While other portions of Southern California have been visited of late with rain which was severe enough to cause a washout that delayed last Sunday's easlhound overland tivc hours, Imperial got only a mi it breeze an its portion. There was no disappointment in thin, for no one wants it to rain here, preferring to rely on the canals for water. Hut there were Home beautiful scenes presented to the people of this section. For two days the storm cloud* were hanging over the mountains to the westward, and at times the rain could be seen descending, an though in a torrent. Hut though the wind »lew continuously in thin direction from the storm center, the storm made no advance beyond the mountains, the clotidtt hanging over the peak* as though they had been met by an itnpassabh* barrier.

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ON A BEATEN PATH [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

ON A BEATEN PATH People wh«» imagine that Imperial stands off the beaten paths of travel are mistaken, for every day or two there passed through town a group of people bound from points on the coast toother points up the Colorado river, or on their return from the latter region. Four men have passed through linjK-rial during the last week in two parties, one of which was bound for the river and the other returning. While wagon roads have been scarce in this part of the world until the last year, the tract has been passed over for years by many people* and now that the roads are made and water is plentiful, the wayfarer finds his task the easier, and makes Imperial a stopping point on his route.

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