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Mules Brought In [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
Mules Brought In A. W. Patton has brought in two carloads of mules and grading implements, including a large disk gang plow. One of his freight teams, with twelve mules and three wagons, looks like business. It 1 is also understood that Lathrop &amp; Carter of Pomona are about to send in sixty horses and mules for hauling lumber from Flowingwell to the various canals and laterals of the system. McKim &amp; Hart of Pomona, who recently brought in a large force of teams, have begun work on the main lateral leading to their lands on the Salton, east of Imperial. Mr. McKim has 720 acres and Mr. Hart 160 acres, which will be put under cultivation as rapidly as possible on the arrival of water.
Mainly Personal [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
Mainly Personal Miss Forrester has joined her father at his camp on the main canal. V. Gant of Tempe, A. T., was looking up land in the valley the past week. Mrs. Cram of San Pedro arrived Wednesday to look up a half section of land. Mr. Babcock, son of the proprietor of the Hotel Coronado, spent a portion of the week in Imperial. Territorial Senator George P. Blair of Mammoth, A. T., is looking after his half section of land northeast of Imperial. George P. Thompson, late with Dr. Heffernan at Calexico, has joined the throng at Imperial, taking a place in the store of the Imperial Mercantile company. F. C. Paulin of the Oakley-Paulin company, Los Angeles, general agents for the Imperial lands, spent a portion of the week in Imperial, visiting Calexico and other points on the tract, in company with H. C. Oakley. M. B. Harovitz has arrived at Imperial from Glendale, Arizona, whence he drove in to occupy his ranch three miles southeast of town. He brought in seventeen head of stock an...
Pen Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
Pen Pictures SUNDAY morning at Imperial seems to be more beautiful than those of other days. There is less stirring of teams and a nearer approach to the primeval quietude which marked this wide plain until so recently and so abruptly terminated. . The little white city of the plain, with its tents and canvass houses, and the little white church around the corner, seen from a distance on such a morning, present a lovely scene, and a novel one. The church is a contrast with itself and with other churches whose spires point alone to heaven. Caught in the mirage of ever-present seeming water, the church .stands as though in a baptismal font, and points the wayfarer to heaven with its graceful little spire. But reflected in the mirage is another church, whose spire points downward, as though to draw sharp contrast between the courses which man can follow in this world, the good and the evil. The morning is not far advanced, when there begin to assemble the people who are rescuing the pl...
ON TO IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
ON TO IMPERIAL. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PAPERS RECORD THE MOVEMENT OF THE PEOPLE TOWARD THE COMING COUNTRY. Last week we gave a large number of clippings from exchanges which reflected the movement of the people from all parts of Southern California towards Imperial. And still the clippings come in, and we this week present another oatch of them to show the great public interest felt in the settlement of this country. Gone to Imperial. J. A. Aikens has gone to the Imperial Land Company country with a view of locating. He has disposed of most of his property here to his former partner, R. B. Mullen.— Tempe (Ariz.) News. Moving Everything. Lamont Tyner goes to his government claims on the Colorado Desert, near Imperial, on October 16. He will take a carload of stuff ready to begin life in that new country. He will take four horses, two cows, wagon, implements, etc. — Pasadena News. Shipping Lumber. The Escondido Lumber Company made a shipment of lumber to Imperial this week for J. W. Van ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
J. JEPSEN &amp; SON Wholesale Manufacturers of MARINESS Saddlery Goods, farmers' Supplies, Stockmen's Outfits Best Goods Lowest Prices 116, 118. 120 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. John Wigmore &amp; Sons Co. HEAVY HARDWARE MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Belting, Packing and Tools LOS ANGELES, CAL. FIRST NATIONAL BANK — ,=1 Largest National Bank in Southern California CAPITAL.ISURPLUS AND PROFITS - - - $730,000.00 DEPOSITS ..... . $3,000,000.00 i w b.m ♦♦ ■ rrrcnc Buy an( * se U Bills of Ex- . _ ... J.M. Elliott, LETTERS change and make Cable J ' C * Drake ' President Transfers on all points. 2nd Vice-Pres. OF Issue Commercial and W. G. Kerckholf, Travelers' Credits avail- W.T. S.Hammond, Vice-President CREDIT able in all P arts of tlie AsBt - Cashier world : : : : : : NO PUBLIC FUNDS OR OTHER PREFERRED DEPOSITS RECEIVED SEPTEMBER CIRCULATION OF THE Los Angeles Times FOR 12 YEARS. The following figures bhow the daily average number of copies printed, circulated and sold by Th...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
STOP, H THINK, - ACTl'lTHERE are thousands of people in Southern California today who have money to invest and who are looking for investments. There are other thousands who are not, strictly speaking, looking for investments, but who would be glad to put a little money where it would do the most good. The attention of both classes is called particularly to the rapid development now in progress in the settlement of 500,000 acres of land under the Imperial Canal System in the eastern portion of San Diego county. This settlement is no boom proposition. It is founded on the largest and most fertile tract of irrigable land to be found in arid America. The Imperial Canal System is what its name indicates — the most abundant supply of water that can be used for irrigation purposes in America. Not only is the water abundant, but it is cheap. Experience shows that 500,000 acres of such land, when under cultivation, will support a population qf from 150,000 upwards. Such a population must su...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
BRANDING IRONS AND EVERYTHING IN RUBBER STAMPS L. A- RUBBER STAMP CO. -aMJSsr* HARDWARE AND EVERYTHING IN COOKING AND HEATING APPLIANCES Cass &amp; Snrorr Stove Co. LOS ANGELES, CAL. LARGE STOCK ft W E SE LL vehicles l\ lIFFDF AND II ' &amp;,jsafr l "MiilM U L L Im L IMPLEMENTS fli^^tt^^c PLOWS wm s« l « B E S T rre s n o ?££§&amp; m , v ,/&amp; A6I " K VICTOR *" W ®m' OLIDDEN Drag Scrapers Barbed Wire HAWLEY, kino 4 co. ;;;,;; THE \ |t» COVERALLS 'MID SHIRTS BROWNSTEIN, NEWMARK * LOUIS, Makers LOS ANGELES, CAL. R. L CRAIG &amp; CO. WHOLESALE GROCERIES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO LOS ANGELES, CAL. San Francisco Office, 123 California Street A. F ANDERSON &amp; C 0 ... AOENTS HOWE SCALE COMPANY 'Scales for all Purposes DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. Stamped Steel Ceilings 210-212N. flain St. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Machinery and Electrical (o. MACHINERY GAS ENGINES, ETC. 351-3 N. Main Street, -- Los Angeles
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 9 November 1901
I. W. GLEASON RIVERSIDE, CAL. WRITE ME FOR SNAP BARGAINS IN IMPERIAL LANDS Leroy Holt Imperial, California • • Dealer in • , General Merchandise See us when you want to buy anything Before placing your next order Coming this way? Klf a Then you are interested r3|l_ in knowing how to reach '" Imperial Settlements - New River Country Take the S. P. train to Flowing Wells . . . At this point you get first-class accommodations at the .McCAULLEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Wells at 7 :30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the following days Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, and will take you to any part of the country. The only direct line to the Carriso Creek oil fields west of Flowing Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are unexcelled. A. W. PATTON does Blacksmith and Wagon work in all of its branches on short notice. General repair...
THE DATE PALM. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
THE DATE PALM. RELIABLE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE DATE, FURNISHED BY THE U. S. GOVERNMENT. The Agricultural Department at Washington has recently published a pamphlet on "The Date Palm and Its Culture," by Walter T. Swingle, Agricultural Explorer, Section of Seed and Plant Introduction, from which we take extracts that will be of great interest to those who have interests in the Imperial Settlements, as this section of the United States is pointed out as being the great date country of the future so far as the United States is concerned. The «l:tt •- palm was one of th«- first plants to be cultivated, It having been grown for more than four thousand years along the Euphrates ItiviT It has been for ages, and i&gt;- Ht lll. the most Important food plant •if the great deserts, and many regiona in the Sahara ami In Arabia Would not bo hahltablo wen* it not for this plant. . . . For centurlea tho transport of dates luih been tho chief motive for the formation of meat caravan rou...
RESISTANT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
RESISTANT STOCK. The California Cultivator cautions Us readers aiMin.it starting orchards nrul vineyards in the Imperial Settlements with any stock that Is notabsowlll keep out the Anaheim diseac* Probably the Kupcstris St. George would be the best stock for his grapes. Mr. Corwln's query is certainly in order. In Htartlng orchards In v new i.«lutcly healthy. Thin Ik the best of advice. That cduntry can be kept Iree i'om all Insect pesu injurious to ticp» and vines If care is taken, for Nature in on the side of healthy tr :••••; and vines In thai country. The Cul llvator says: "W. S. Corwln, Highland, is thinking of planting some property which he has purchased in the great Colorado Delta at Imperial, to grapes. Ho ask.s what kind of resistant vines to plan to grow early table gra*»cs like tho Thompson's Seedless or tho Muscat. He also asks if resistant stocks gt::n like Imperial, too much pius ;:;ins cannot be taken to secure against the evils which ure attended with BO much of lob...
An KditoriAl Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
An KditoriAl Trip. Tlw editor tit lhr» Review vlftltwl Importftl, ti. o new Mstttafnont on tho Colorado DfiSOfl In Han Dlcro county. Huh w*e|&lt;, nnd wuh very much Infatuated with what hQ Raw, nnd pr*'«llrtn that Imperial will bocofno thr» Rr^ntGSI nftrlcutturai nnd hlikU. cnuntry of a Hlinllar area In ttio United BtfltOS. Our prediction Ih based upon tho f'*rtilty of the hoII, abundance of water, and If h climatic conditions. Knrly fruit Ik alh'i one of the poKnlhlr; r«hmuki'k of Kreat revenue. — I'omonn llovlow,
More Kivcrsidcrs at Imperial. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
More Kivcrsidcrs at Imperial. I. \V. (ileaKon ret timed Innt nl»:ht from I. oh AriK'di'H. lit? jirrlveil In that city Sunday from his Journey with a party of ten to Imperial. They were X »n*» n week nnd Mr. OIoOAOn reports the trip the rnoHt Hiiccf«Hful of nny yet made. Among the purc-haH'TH were JaiiMH W. Smith, who Hecured ;'»&lt;;&lt;» acreH to be farmed by I*. K. flrnck, formerly of the Casa I'alma. who Ih now outfitting In Loh Angelps. C. It. John secured 100 acres; Albert (Jlfford, also of th.H city, 80 acres, and George Hurst of Ixw Auk^l^h. IM&gt; acrt's. — UlveiKlde Enterprise.