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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

Tmperial Press Siturday ji, Srj t. , 10/31 THE WHOLE WORLD MOURNS PRESIDENT M'KINLErS DEATH AT HAND OF ASSASSIN A Grind Career Ended— A Most Noble Man Gone, and Sadness Fills (he Hearts of all Patriotic People. President McKinley died at Milburn House. Buffalo, N. V., at 2:15 n. m. on the j morning of September 14th, 1 1 K J I , aged 58 years, 7 months and 15 days. HIS LAST WORDS. Tho President. In his last period of riiiiHclousnt's.s, when ended about 7:40 o'clock Friday evening, chanted the words of the hymn. "Nearer My God. to Thee," and his lust audible words, as taken down by Dr. Mann, at the bedside, wore; "Good-by, all. good by.. It is God's way His will be done." Then his mind began to wander, and soon he completely lost consciousness. His life was prolonged for hours by j the use of oxygen, and the President finally expressed a desire to be allowed to die. About 8:30 o'clock the admin- LATH I'KKSIDKXT WILLIAM M'KIXLKY Istration of oxygon ceased, and the pulse grew fainter a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

6 Imperial Press Pahlishcd cvrr> BatarOaj at Jmptrhf, San DitQO Ccunty, Cal. litnry C. l\ecd. (-dittr and ItUna^tr 51 n5f BirilON: One >fjr • • • - $150 SH MwiJhi .... AI»I»KKSS: Imikkj v. Pkkw. Imper ial. Ran Dieifo County, Talif. Satunlav. Sent. 21, \9o\, Tin' ass.ivsjn.iii. mi of President Mo- Kiuley. b\ a blackhearte*! anarchist, «.»v.. national calamity. The dre»l brings true sorrow and sadness not only to every American, but to the whole civilised world. By the death «.f William McKiulry the nation lost a wi*e and g»">«d ruScr. a gentleman and a martyr. Where McKinley wa* known best he wa* lotetl moist. Per sonally, there had !>eru no more popu lar man in the White House since it was built than McKiulcy. >\ X publish e'.*cwhere in thx-» numt»er of the I'kkss the "progress qt our rail nod," which we take from the San 111 ego t*nio»n. This bit of news shoo Id t>e cratiying to every one who has ii. tere»»ts in this valley. The *ucccs.s of tHi<% enterprise mea...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

$1,000 REWARD for l>id(»n(c% of I mud in lc»sli moniiiK Advertising Or. Will inms* Pink Pills for Pole People It i» Bomctlmci thought that somo concerns, in order to niak*- people be llcvc that the nrtlclo in which they deal \t, n good one, manufacture them- Belyci the tettlmonlali which they uto in their advcrtlaeracnU. Tho Dr. Wii- llamn' Medlcino Co., mnnufacturera of Dr. Williams' I'lnk Pills for Pale People, however, have always held that tho publication of a flctlclom or even a misleading testimonial is not only bad morally, but Is bud advertising. Consequently tho greatest care has ai way* been taken in selecting testi monial!* for their advertising. Every ran** 1.4 not only carefully Investigated but In rnottt InHtanceu It Ih sworn to in legal form that the aflldavit' place j on l\\o. That no doubt may be in the minds of the public, the company of ftTH one thousand dollars ($1000) for evidence of fraud, on Its part, In the publication of any of the testimonials us- tl in ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

8 D O Y O U tf\ W A N T A Jl RANCH W On Government Land in_Swtfaern^QiKfcg^^ Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hcj&s. jj — — BSBaBKMnTOEJiK fwißffw ■■ ' ****. * ' *'^77^"-V * »>'*jß ?I<sfj&i~*i4s '&f-m*%ii *jj-f fe^TaTiiftsS!MHßßh*|'*' ■• *- ' ; - ■ :'■■■ {^^^^"s-^jßGHi^^^JHn^fflED^^lHF ' ~****~**«~~ i ■ : v •♦ - ■ ■- ■■ N :.. •■■ ■ '^.■- ■■■■■■■ ■■•.^...^■'^••^'■•\^^-'^^^^ > •• *^j^w?"> r^^\ 3 '^- * **' i<v ' v c< r-\^'*r -\^'* ■ e'^v^t j-^js --_ ■?*•*- ■■ i f---«'\ v *" t^'-S9ffllß> • ' ■- ' **.n y **< - ' ** f-*" 1 ! ' ' <^SSH " sGfi ' i " il ■''^'■•"■3 Merc is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not bz lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING JFACTS i. pj^sf t he Im))crial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better land than can be found elsewhere on this ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

VOL. I. Zht Country 'Hound POSTPONED There will be no preaching at the Christian church tomorrow. Has been postponed one week— to Sunday, October 6th. A telegram from Rev. John C. Nay states that owing to ill health of Mrs. Nay it will not be possible for him to reach Imperial in time to preach ia the Christian church here tomorrow, as previously announced, bat says they will reach here sometime during the week, and he will conduct the opening services of the new chorch Sunday, October 6th. Mr«. Wilson of Berkeley, was here this week. H. C. Slicklcr i» in the valley from Riverside. J. W. L*<jhr is here on a business trip from Latnanda. C. H. Walton inhere from Highlands looking for land. D. Y. Williams of Kedlands, is in the valley on business. J. I). Rodger* of Dulge, is here this week looking for land. E. W. Richardson of Cli boson, is in the valley on business. K. H. Walgeu was in the valley Wednesday from Highlands. A. Dillham of Pasadena was in the valley few days this week....

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

2 Imperial Press SitufJiy, S<rt J<, »qoi PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF THE WEEKS HAPPENINGS Accident to Governor Gis< ~T*o Young Men in Trouble Prajurin^ for Scttlm — North Pacific Cowt Road to be Sold to the Utpce -Brake m»n Beaten — Etc !Yt.a!uma will nveive $16,000 for a< public library from Andre-* Carnegie. Near Kinsman U.-t week a panic ot tramps held up a SaaU Fc freight j train and robbeJ BraJkemaa Jame* Dobson nd beat him nearly to death. The robbers were captured by tho Sheriff aad posw» <iad are now In the Kinsman Jail. Charles Mol-aughlin and Joseph Ken nedy, two joung men. who, while ir. toxlcaied. tore down signs of mourn- • Ing in San Fraacis-oo were sentences ; to six months each In the County Jail by Police Judge Coalln. who strongly rebuked them la px«*ing sentence. Governor Gage was kicked by a horse at Nig liasln. a small town near Santa Crux last Saturday night The g-overnor was with the Big Basin commissioners and was preparing to mou...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements 1,. Charles of KnniuiN Man been look* iiif? Into the future of the Ini|>crinl country an a cattle feeding nection, and in very much plcancd with the out look. Dr. A. C. SmiiluT, of I,«>s Angeled, in here thin week, looking into the proapectn of the valley. He think* the country liana wonderfully bright fu ture. \V. S. Pawcctt was here from Whitticr few days ago with a party of home seekers. While here he presented us with cash on subscription. T. W. Brodnax, L,. A Chandler and Win. Hrcnfack, of San Diego, are look ing 1 over the Imperial country thin week. Mr. Hrodnax already has a piece of land in the valley. J. L. Watson of Highlands, was looking over the Imperial country faw days ago with view to locating. He has our thanks for cash on subscription. A. W. Wohlford, president of the Bank of E scon dido, was in the Imperial country seve/al days this week, and will likely invest considerable in lands here. Our thanks are due P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

4 500,900 Women Itnvn boon rantorad to hnntlh by Lytilrt T. Ptnkham'B Vogo* tablo G*}ntr:mtnilm Thott* lot* torn aro on lito itndprovo thl» Btatomont to bo a foot, not a mar a boss t§ Whan a modi* clnn has brcn successful In curing go rr:any v¥omcn 0 you cannot WOti Bay without try* Ing It " i do not bollovo It will hotp tao." PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound It m JK»*:tfT« CUT* tct _!1 U)«* p— -f— I Ailments of Women. It will caiirrlv car* th«» vnxtl tcrto.% cf Ff_xle Ca-tplalnt*, a.l Or_rUa trewb^i. lo._i—.m*lioci »t>J t"]o<-ra:ica. YxY..?.z *»d Dirj»lJ>c*aicnl*cf ihe \\\>mS. »ad cccu««)Qeat Spiaxl W«_k»c.«, aad U r«uliaijy a4ipt«<d to thf Cba* 9* <__/. i *>. B__g_~te V<'tr trrdwit* <s. toi fee cf Ur»] l^l^^P riM« less—* ills***. J S^V >jc*. m. F- Mrxxjcm, j Backache. It has na .rrJ mare ex*** ol lUrk— che sad L#ofX3rrli<r a titan %xiy cvtber rtxae^ij ihe world bjw ctrr —cotra. 111 1 is *lmc»t i :. '.* :.:l > la focb awi. li dt«olTe« %xA exjwli Tonj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

Eczema How it reddens tho nkln, lUUrn, t*>zi*, drW-n niui " .iii •«' y«imo pcoftlo.call It t«tter, milk crust or unit rheum. Thn niiftVrliiii from It h f>'iinr>tlm<*l In- twiw; I«miil nn 1 11 1 > 1 ii < .'ntlnim «r«» rcnortfil to- tluy mltlKtiti*, tint < aiiimt tiirr*. It proccedi from bumon Inherited of nc- quired mid peril St I until itlCtO Imvn ti«in rr-iiKivnl. Hood's Sarsaparilla jMinlilvrly ri'tnovt'9 th'iii. Unn rndiiully nnd perrnsm mly cured I Ih* wont cuicSi und h wltho*tt it rt ccjual for nil cutaneous eruption 1 ). FIuUK'H I'll I ■< ate the l.«»l ( 4tli»f tic. J'||< « „ « t,nt«. Shf — Your proposal of marriage comes Quito unexpected. lie — So much the better. Sh( — Why. pray? He— -Became U'h tho unoxj-oetod that tiMj.illy hi.piK'iiH.— Chicago News.. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING When you take Orovt'l Ta»t«l»«« Chill Tonic »..« an-t- •• - f(irrnu!a !■ plainly i r!nt «-■! on every t.'.t!" •howtnir (hut tt U tlmply Iron ami Qul* nlna In a tam»lr»t ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

6 'Imperial Press Published every SaturtlAy at Jmpcrhl, San Ditgo Ccuntf, CsL henry C. H*td, f.dlUr *nd ms*S*tr SI DSC Bin ION: Oae year • • • 51.50 Sl* Moathi . . • • JS ADDRESS: Imikkiai. Pmivvs. Imper ial, San I>icjjv» County. Calif. Kntrrr<l at thf taipiriftU CatlfomUl |S-»Hoflk-* at •r,,.n.!i',i» mail mattrt. Saturday. Sent. >. 1901. THE LOST EDEN IS FOUND OX the Colorado River iVtta. San Diego county. California, says the Rural Califomian. ha* been found a stretch of land which iv richness uf soil and fertility *urpa%*e» all other localities offered by our government for settlement- taking into consider** tion the canal system which is now being rapidly completed, and water which i* available for Mrttler* in abun dance at a remarkably low figure. Here i* an opportunity for a home seeker as no where else can be found in the United State*. Not alone grain but aI«H.» alfalfa can be grown to per fection on thi«» rcrgin soil. Six cutting-** of Alfalfa of the best quality i...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

Imperial Press S iturJay, Se;t. A io/>l FOR OUR RURAL READERS A FCW ITEMS THAT WILL INTEREST PfcOPU! ON THE FARM Southern California Ffult frcHingt's Y<irly Kcvicw -The Farmers and the Sinkers— Lye Dipping - Resisting a • Mold Up" - Minor Farm Notes. San I>i«go'H grain yield Im estimated at 350.0)0 HackH. The Southern California honey crop In estimated at L'oou tons. Chicago Is said to be on the verge of a potato famine. Tho Conejo district of Ventura county will yield 200,000 sacks of grain thlH reason. A Red lands man Is drying oranges for fuel — he nay» they make a quick Intense heat and but little dirt or ashes. He mu*t be one of tho«e growers who failed to Join the Exchange. President J. W. Hall of the Hop Growers' Association tells the Sonoma County Farmer that the yield of hops for Sonoma county will be 12.000 to H.OOO bales, against 9000 last year and IS.OOO tho year before. Mendocino county will have 1.400.000 pounds of dried hops. In the current Issue of the Beet ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 28 September 1901

8 ? Jf^ft^^^r^ Hi Hi H: Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi |) Hi Hi Hi Hi H' Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi H' Hi I D O V O U fc |{ W A N T A ji p ? I RANCH W || |» On Government Land in Southern California j£« &£j« Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. ff«£j vj% The Home for Cattle and Hers. \j^> I Jl'C i *j \ fe^»- rC * 5 5^' )l^ ~i- ! " : PPMUELhB !^yPTK^~Tr^^A \*,"^'4?^ i. ' ■ ■■ •■ w- <*j4V '■>*>«■ *'^ jj***'^'-' l^ *•: '■ •■■■ " ""*• -■■"■*•>■■■ „ % ■ ' "■ : " • ■■*- >: ■■■-■'■,• >■. x. ■'--■-■. - i :-- v .. "■ -^v 1v 1 i.-- :> .■>..■■■-; -'- v j^* I r^ I Here is the Water! % \ Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not ht lower if the irrigation system Afc: A^ j were built by the government jfe i CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS , v£ *%\ ____— — _^ — ———————————————————————— __— sj^ FIRST— The Imj>erial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better $fe land than can be f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round P. Barnes was here Tuesday J. B. Hoffman was here from Cameron Thursday. J. E. Evans has our thanks for cash on subscription. Mr. List of Ontario, was here several days recently. T. P. Banta has our thanks for a nice lot of cantaloupes. W. 11 . Anderson of Santa Ana, was in the valley few days ago. Mr. Robison of Verdugo, was looking over t; ~ valley Monday. George Curr of Covina was here Monday for the purpose of locat ing. W. K. VanUerpoel, ranching west of town, attended church here Sunday. George Manning of Phoenix, Arizona, is looking for a location in the valley. L. C. Vickrey is making good headway on the construction of his residence. I). 11. Chaplin, principal of San Diego public school, was in Imperial Sunday. A. N. Dike, of Rcdlands bought two business lots in Imperial the other day for $250. L. C. Vickrey bought 1M) acres of land a short distance east of Imperial last week. K. A. Slane went to Los Angel es Monday to close a deal for a tract of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

2 Imperial Press SaturJav. tM. *. i>x>i PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDtMLD REPORT OF THE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS Robbcn Captured by a Pouc of OUltru -Unknown Salaier Sjiado— Olive Pickling Plant -RourMiil Burned Ctrl. Jrns. a Nodding youth. in\e*tc*l |!7.r>u in Tciaa oil and hw rtveivcu |^2;>o in return. A big gusher W*J struck by tho company in mhlch ho put his money. While mixing lime U» mark out the diamond on a ball field at Martinet, Stephen Merlwrh. one of the player* through an accident, will prcbablo lew his eyeUgbt; The lime cxplo^lod In slaiiinj: and flew into hl» eye*. A i^n J«* company i* to operate a line of automobile* belve^a ihat city and suburban town*. Ten pxs wnpor bus&«s, oac large towing ma chine. *ix dos-ado* and fix rural de livery wagon* will be in operation j-honly. The Orans? County Farmer** Insur ance Company was organ lxed oxer thr« years ago l*p 13 Jane 30th of this year there have bwn written In all €TS poUclta, Tbe amount of in surance ia fared a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

AN IMPORTANT EVENT IN Till PROGRI SS OP THE IMPERIAL COUNTRY Public Worship Inaugurated Ser vices at the New Christian Church Last Sunday TIIK I '.»» tor, Rev. John C. Hay, ;ir. rived on time and intercHting ser vice* were held morning and evening. Intelligent and attentive audience* greeted the speaker. The subject of the opening di*cour*e was GOD'S FA KM Text 1 Cor. Ill: 9. "Ye arc God'i husbandry.* 1 The marginal reading-— "tilled land*." The following i* in part what Mr. Hay *aid: In our text the apostle is addressing the Church of God at Cor inth. He liken* the congregation to a cultivated field under the direct care of God. Paul, Apollon, Peter and other preacher* and teacher* in thechurche*. wore <tod'» ncrvantn, working under <mml for the cultivating of Hi* field* Hi* congregations. The members of the Corinthian church were magni fying the |>art* performed by their fa vorite preachers. Paul rebuke* their wrong and remind* them that they *hould glory in the I.ord and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

4 Women Must Sleep. Avoid Nnrvou* Proatratlon* tf yon nrr ilnnp-wmlT ticU trhAt i» Ihc lir*t Anty «<f y.ujr priyMcUn? ll« qulrtn the BerTOUJi *.\ «-i« u>. he i!« «4lcna Ut6 pain, tint) you Mwp well. You oupl t to Unt»w that w bf n rou c< .->«-. .! tn «<r> rr^rul.ir in jour r«»ur*c%. prorr Irritable without ca\j^. nn*t pa&a klccp2t»3 niphti*.. there i» jK'ricus "^/■•^:^ V sit*, lljucrunr. troaWc wnnewhcjv. and ncrrotrs pros* t ration \s *>urv to fullotr. You oupht to know lixit indier-stlon, j exhaustion, womb displaocmrnU, fainting, dixxincss, hcAdarh*'. and, backache tmd the nerves wild with aflripbt, »nd you cannot sleep. Mrs. Hartley, cf *Zl W. Congress St., Chicago. 111.. 'whose portrait x*c pub- lish, suffered all thc*e aconica. and was entirely cured by Lydla K. Pink- j ham*s Vcpctable Cosopotind: her caw? tbonld l« a wanjinp to others, ar.d ber cure carry conviction to the minds of every *urTerins: woman of the ut- i&ilinu et&dcaey of I.rdia D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

I tic I'd It Iff ft > \\V «!iy nl ii itittti W'lw fn« ho will m.i-'i i\ lit- i« Milfij \i\ liN |tfl*ftlon*." Tim.v ir«iVffti rifi.'i. iml ln» i ti» in fYniii- r !•"* iikii nti \t;ii ivittle, "I'nmdoii li a t.vuiMi ivliji'li *',ny* ilt«*i< wlmm It Ro?« i-rim " If !« ill:,' Him. uhlili niiit* llior f• U U 1 1 ! > l.i'l !frt| 't'llti »«j|t»ilv lie i|lHMi< It nl, 01 !!!;•• iJm« inrrrfil. uliU-li \\ lull If l» ftU'olliii i.ii iim Utt'wt l»i» iixCiilncl W'ltli ll« I sin!.* «'.::! him nn( ti prisoner uliu hiiM I'l-iii |u»l ifi fi'M«" * In hii «• ri > t*nt> . (Mil f;ti!t» hljji ulu'fri* dun pa*. iloiiM uvi'i ik»'.'. "i»r liii i » i!i-«ii ti< -rluji. 1ti.r.11.. OcorCP M»M»»r, | lii< ri'tvellftf, mue b:ul a filnr r:<(i|>;i.| nl Mil* Oilihih in I'nri*. Tliii iiimvh df hi* kimul fortune enrnr in him iv I<ond'>ti. mill In- ni <»iim> repnlrnl lo the I'reia Ii rnpiihl iin«l in rutty inntnitig pre utiti «l liitntx'ir hi t lit* mnnngcr'* ofii<e. Tin* l:i;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

6 Imperial Press Published every Haturda) at Imperial San Ditqo Count?, C*L tjtnry C. >{tfd, Editor sad 11Ua*Qtr StOSf ßirilOS: Out )f M • J'* so Sit Moitk* • ... J5 ADDRESS: IyrBMAL PnRSS« Imper ial, San l>iefroCv>unty. Calif. KntrnsJ »t \he Imperil. i\»Ufof«iJi IHmtaOct *■ «*<v»»4<la»« «n*il maltet. Saturday. IV:». 5. 1901, AN IMPOSITION AT the SepJemt»er meeting of the! IVvarxl of Supervisor* *»f San I>iego : county. Section Six of Ordinance No. 121, of the Ordinance of San l>»cgo county. regulating the i*.*uance of a licen>e to *ell intoxicating liquor* etc.. i paved February Tth. 1901, a-» amended j bj Ordinance No. 122, pa**ed March 7th, 1901 • *nts amended whereby only I 5 signature* are required to a petition • fora saloon licence to operate any-; where in the coantj outside of incor atedcitj linsit*. The ordinance pre- ; viou^ly required 50 per cent, of the voters of the district wherein the li censed business" wa* to be conducted, j The revised ordi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

Imperial Press NiturJny, (Jet. s. loot FOR OUR RURAL READERS A FEW ITEMS THAT WILL INTtRUST PEOPLE ON TME FARM Grratcit Trade Year in History This Year's Walnut Crop Notice to Hop Growers -Good Blood Pays—Etc Tho "Mj;K«*ht pumpkin y«t" In re ported at WilluwH. It weighed uimty two pounds. A Sacramento man picked a cluitCl of grapct tint weighed seven and a quarter pounds. In th*i> Santa Maria country t :<• grain groweri are building sheds, cov <ring their grain with tarpaulins! straw in fact anything to protect it from the f.ill ralim. for tin* labor trou- bles have prevented any phlpmcnl of beans and have materially lessened those of grain. Anthrax is prevalent among some of the cattle ranges near San Jose on one ranch alone eight animals having dlej of the terrlbW? dlse.-i«e. In addition to these, a n.an. a brother of tho owner of the ranch, died under conditions that look very much like anthrax, for in skinning one o the animals that had died he became- In ocluated with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 5 October 1901

8 Ip DO YOU if^ i i| WANTA Jrl ;| RANCH P* On Government Land in Southern California # || ?r!3i Good for Alfalfa. Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. Bs|j The Home for Cattle and Hogs. W& I I II V^^^^^i^^^^'^^^^-^S^^^^^^^j^^j^^? BwP^jC2slJ - " : ' ■ ■ "'+ ■ ■**" "" "■ ■ -^ :■. ■ ■■„■■" ■■■^x-.-.-y.^ .•■ „. , :...,-.■.,. .. ;■ ...,■. . ... . .^^.^ ■^j-*Vi**** * ■^■■'•A */ ' " ' *' ♦ I } I Here is the Water! I |v£ Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not bs lower if the irrigation system vL were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i }fc FIRST The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better 7R 9fc land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. 3j? Mf SECOND— The soil is" the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- 3j£ ~Sfc fully cropped for thousands of years. 3jv THIRD— The water ...

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