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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Calexico, Three New Prospective Railroad Towns Each Supported by Thousands of Acres of IRRIGATED LANDS ♦ * ♦ ■ f 1 : ♦ '"■ llendquarters of California Development Company, ♦ ♦ Calexico, California ♦ The reader's attention is called to a few * dt UNDISPUTED FACTS ** <* All railroad towns, backed by a large area of productive, irrigated land become good sized cities. 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 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 by more than from 10,000 to 25,000 acres of irrigated lands. Riverside, Redlands and Pomona are samples of this class of cities^ The towns of Imperial, Paringa, and Calexico, in the Imperial Settlements, are now placed on the market and the lots are offered for sale at nominal prices. But the Co...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Garden Spot* t>f th* Country. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Garden Spot* t>f th* Country. It \p almost frnpocfUdr to bolide the tApfdltv «ilh wh)«h thr NVw ri%«r rountrv \n »..!t!iM: up. A pcru.«al of the Prrpjs. |iul»lUh««l at InpCjHal, ►bo«i» largo numbrni p«»ing into that rvfrloo to tnakf Ihctr botneti Whnt«>«? tru> bo thr dnwbacitM to gar-ding ClttDAtO, thrr rnn rrrtnlnl? prod tiff crop? there nnd a few >oar* «iii probtbly mak«- it the gaftttn sp»>t Of the cOQQty. Snn Ulego In doing «rlj to give the harbor and climate qurj-tion a r«ft nnd demote her « ncr g1o» to getting rallmad connection «ith th»» district. When the road in ball! the harln>r «W tnKr its proper etnt inn of neceMtlty anil without fur thcr trouble -Ocean jii(!e Hl.ide. Goinc Leaded l«amont Tyner goe* to ni« government claims on the Colorado desert, near Imperial, on Oct. 16, He t»ill take a carload of stuff ready to begin life in that new country. He will t.ike four horse*, two cows, wagon, implements, etc....

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Men from Ath«mbr«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

Men from Ath«mbr«. A. K. Wnltrrn of thr Imperial l^ind Company lrft Monday for the Colorado fvitn on bunlnrw*. Or. J. ('. Hiarklntnn. nl*o ronntvtr*! with tho company nnd located nt Imperial, Ift An Alhnmbrnn. nnd othrr elUlflll haw nrrurod landed Intercut* In tho Imperial colony.— Alhwnbrtt Advocate

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VALUE OF SALT LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

VALUE OF SALT LANDS. The United States Department of Agriculture, thrtnign Its Hureau of SoiU. luued a bulletin on the third day of August, 1901, In which, speaking of *ol!s in which was to be found more or less salt. It pa>!«: " In Kuropean countries; salt marshes nro regarded as the most fertile of l\nd». Large areas In Holland, Den mark. Germany and Uolglum have been cultivated for many years. In Kngland. the Fens, to tho extent of probably moro than 100.000.000 acres, have been diked and ditched, and nre now in a state of 'matchless fVrtllItr.' " In the Imperial Settlements, the alkali cuts no flguro at all. There nre in some place? some salt in the land. but as a rule, the amount Improves the quality and fertility of the land rather than otherwise, and this position Is backed up by the experience of government experts above quoted.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

BRANDING IRONS AND EVERYTHING IN RUBBER STAMPS L. A. RUBBER STAMP CO. "ftg-^BtaS^' HARDWARE AND EVERYTHING IN COOKING AND HEATIXG APPLIANCES Cass & Sirnirr Stove Co. LOS ANGELES. CAL. John Wigmore & Sons Co. HEAVY HARDWARE MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Belting, Packing and Tools LOS ANGELES, CAL. URGTsTOciT ft TwE SELL VEHICLES n, It n F F D F IMPLEMENTS ' \ PLOWS pbiccs. snus -SgiF &' i-e/rQg&^ZZ-'z: BEST CORRECT I^^^^^^P^SE3^^? r EARTH fRE S N 0 •*S8&' g _^t^jQ^ A °" IS ™ ijiii ■ iiiwiinr-^*"' ""JTij W OL I DD E N VI CT 0 B fi^*"~~ Tj^r uliu v c o Drag Siraptri Barbed Hire hawlcy, king & ToTsaa A. F ANDERSON & C 0 ... HOWE SCALE COMPANY Scale* tor all Purpote* DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. M«m[, J strcl Ceiling. 210-212 N.Haln St. LO5 ANGELES, CAL.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901

J. JCPSCN & SON Wholesale Manufacturers of Saddlery Goods, Farmers' Supplies, Stockmen's Outfits Best Goods Lowest Prices 116, 118. 120 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. I. W. GLEASON RIVERSIDE. CAL. WRITE ME FOR SNAP BARGAINS IN IMPERIAL LANDS FIRST NATIONAL BANK TZ'Largest National Hank in Southern California CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - • $730,000.00 DEPOSITS $3,000,000.00 . _. „, . r-TTcr»o Buy and sell Hills of Xx- . m , j. m. Eniott. LEHERS ch / nge and make cable J ' c * Drake ' President Transfers on all points. 2n<l Vice-Pre«. OF Issue Commercial and W. G. Kcrckhoff, Travelers* Credits avail- W.T.S. Hammond, Vico-Preaident CREDIT able in all P arts of tllc A « Bt - Cashier world : : : : : : NO PUBLIC FUNDS OH OTHER PRKFEKIIED DEPOSITS RECEIVED SEPTEMBER CIRCULATION OF THE Los Angeles Times FOR 12 YEARS. The following figures nhow tho daily average number of copies printed, drcuUted and sold by The Tikka in the month of September, from 1890 to 1901, i...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

Imperial Press AND FARMER. "Water is King— Here is its Kingdom.' 9 VOL. 1. IMPERIAL, CAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1901. No. 30.

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THE DELTA INVESTMENT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

THE DELTA INVESTMENT COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000, ASSETS $600,000, SURPLUS $JOO,OOO A STRONG CORPORATION FORMED TO ASSIST IN DEVELOPING THE IMPERIAL SETTLEMENTS. A new corporation has been formed on a solid financial basis that will take a very active part in developing the resources of the Imperial Settlements. This corporation is composed of some very solid business men, mostly citizen of Los Angeles, and the property held by the corporation when it starts business is ot a substantial character that will increase in value rapidly as the Imperial Settlements increase in population and wealth. Any one can readily ascertain this fact by examining into the financial status of the California Development Company and the Imperial Land Company one year ago, and compare the standing then with their status today. Also by comparing the values of land and water rights in the Imperial Settlements one year ago with their values today. N. W. Stowell, an old-time successful business man of th...

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A Pomona Capitalist. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

A Pomona Capitalist. C. E. White is one of the latest who have gone to Imperial and decided to acquire land there.— Pomona Progress. C. E. White was one of the founders of Pomona— a co-worker with L. M. Holt, T. A. Garey and others.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

i ifeerchboffsCuzner § I Mil & lumber Co* | •* WHOLESALE and II lItA C^ I™ 1 P"^ DOORS, SASH, Su t l II ll\/IKI~H BLINDS % [2 RETAIL DEALERS IN LbWIVIL^ImI 1 AND MILL WORK £| B YARDS AT @ 1 san Pedro, wholesale Main Office, Cor. Alameda & Macy Sts. & »3 LOS ANGELES, MAIN OFFICE \-'''l S |3 POMONA, PASADENA, I A I f\ I O D LAMANDA. A2USA, COVINA. LOS AflgelßS, Ocll. Q Y'Hotel Impe rial I Imperial, California Offerstothepublic s> superior accommodations ► P Patronage of tourists and land-seekers solicited 4 BUY OF THE MAKER." J I HEADQUARTERS FOR | | Bedding TFIkJT^ A «© N I I Camp furniture I Ll^l I COVERS { ■«*-.: ** 1 Rubber Goods, Rubber Boots and Clothing! i r «§> • We always aim to please our Customers We solicit a Trial Order, knowing that you will call again |f jWm. M. MOEGEE Co j 138-142 S. Main St., Los Angeles j | MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO | BUILDERS' AND SHELF HARDWARE WAGON & CARRIAGE HARDWARE Co...

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THE LAND OF SUNSHINE. THE WORLD'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

THE LAND OF SUNSHINE. THE WORLD'S WORK. TWO FOPULAR MAGAZINES SPEAK IN GLOWING TERMS OF IMPERIAL IMPROVEMENT. LOOKING BACKWARD FROM 2001. THE BLOOMING OF A SAHARA. THE NILE OF THE WEST. The October number of The Land of Sunshine, Southern California's popular magazine, contains an illusstrated article under the title of "The Desert Translated" that so forcibly presents the case of looking back upon the Imperial Settlements from the beginning of the next century — one hundred years hence — that we are constrained to give the article entire without comment. The illustrations are three in number. First, the virgin desert; second, the reclaimed desert — a sorghum field of two weeks' growth; and third, a view of the main canal that furnishes the water that makes it possible to convert the first into the second. This article is as follows: LOOKING BACKWARD. "One hundred years hence the newspaper scribes of the Pacific Coast will be engaged in telling the wonderful things whic_ marked the ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

An . . . EXCURSION To . . . OLD MEXICO Will be run from LOS ANGELES via the Southern Pacific Company DECEMBER 19th, 1901 Making stay in the CITY OF MEXICO ROUND TRIP RATE $70.00 Good for Sixty Daya In presenting this opportunity to the public to visit this quaint city of the Aztecs a very low rate has been made, and those who can should take advantage of it. The train will be made up of first-class Pullman Sleeping Cars with Dining Car service through to the City If desired, and enough can do so to insure the expense, the Sleepers can be used during the stay in the city. We would request that you inform the nearest Southern Pacific Agent, if you desire to take advantage of this Excursion, so that accommodations may be reserved for you. Corresponding Low Rates from all points on the line of the Southern Pacific R. R. will be made. All Side Trips while in Mexico are optional and can be taken at nominal expense. Remember it is personally conducted by a competent Excursion Manager who k...

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1901. WEATHER AT IMPERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1901. WEATHER AT IMPERIAL No country on the face of the earth could have a more delightful climate than that of Imperial at this season of the year. During the nights mercury registers a minimum of from 42 to 48 degrees above zero, making it comfortable to sleep in the houses with two blankets over one, while those who prefer sleeping out of doors, as many do, wish three or four blankets, foi old settlers of warm countries have thin blood. At sunrise the mercury approaches t>o degrees and the clear, bracing atmosphere makes one feel that life is truly worth the living. Up to 11 o'clock the temperature has not risen to much, if any, above 70, and it is difficult to resist the temptation to work with a vim. At noon the warmth amounts to about 80 degrees, and during the next two hours it rises about 8 degrees more, and one feels like putting on a lighter coat or going in shirtsleeves. But soon there is a change, mercury falling slowly through the aftern...

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VALUE OF SILT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

VALUE OF SILT The water used on the Imperial settlements for irrigation is heavily charged with silt, and Prof. R. H. Forbes of the Arizona experiment station has been investigating the value of similar silt in that territory. He says in part: "The two most valuable constituents of our river silts are nitrogen and organic matter, being precisely the elements of fertility deficient in our burned-out arid region soils. The addition and incorporation of these deficient materials is largely responsible for the well-known improvement by irrigation of desert lands. "The fertilizing value of the river silts to an irrigated district may be judged when it is stated that, for the year ending August 1, 1900, the mud deposited on the irrigated lands of Salt river valley, valued at commercial rates for fertilizers, amounted to about one million dollars, or, not far from eight dollars per acre for the valley. Considered as an investment, this eight dollars of value, which is disregarded in the co...

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PROTECTING THE WATER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

PROTECTING THE WATER In any new country the protection of the purity of domestic water is a prob- lem, and the fact cannot be too early understood in the Imperial settlements that it is not only the duty of every person to protect the water from pollution, but that the person who does pollute the water flowing in public ditches by allowing horses, cattle and other animals to have free access to it is amenable to the law for endangering the health of his fellow men. Some license of necessity prevails in a new country, but preservation of the purity of domestic water is of great importance to everybody, and the time to recognize this fact is at the beginning of things.

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SAN DIEGO RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901

SAN DIEGO RAILWAY The members of the San DiegoEastern Railway committee have returned home, and in an interview in Ivos Angeles, George W. Marston of the committee outlined the route of the road through the Imperial settlement to Yuma, up the Gila river to Phoenix, thence southeast to Bisbee, opening some of the finest mining country in Arizona, tapping transcontinental roads. The road is surveyed out seventy miles from San Diego, and Mr. Marston says: "A corporation composed of San Diego and Eastern men is soon to be organized." This may possibly be interpreted to mean that the conference with representatives of the Phelps-Dodge railroad interests in El Paso resulted favorably. Those people are building westward rapidly, and would form a strong alliance for San Diego.

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