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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
BRANDING IRONS AND EVERYTHING IN RUBBER STAMPS L, A. RUBBER STAMP CO. •^xMJtt? HARDWARE AND IVtRYTMINO \S COOKING AND MUTING APPLIANCES Cass &amp; Smurr Stove Co. _^S ANGELES. CAL. ..THE 4 tf b AID SHIRTS BROWNSTEINt NEWMARK &amp; LOUIS, Makers LOS ANGELES. CAL. R. L CRAIG &amp; CO. ! I? WHOLESALE is.. I GROCERIES, CIGARS I AND TOBACCO I § LOS ANGELES, CAL. I LSan francisco Office, 123 California Street I a. f. andersonlTco,^~~~^^ HOWE SCALE COMPANY Scale* tor all Purpo*e« DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO. SUmpcd SU*I Cc»ing« 210-212N.nainSt. LO5 ANGELES, CAL. : ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦-♦-»■»-♦ ♦♦-♦♦♦♦ ♦•♦-♦♦ ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦-»♦»♦♦♦■♦-♦ I! Machinery and flKlrial" (o. I MACHINERY j : GAS ENGINES. ETC. I ;: : 351-3 N. Main Street, - Los Angeles :
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 16 November 1901
I. W, GLEASON DISTRICT AGENT. - RIVERSIDE. CAL. WRITE ME POR SNAP BARGAINS IN IMPERIAL LANDS ILeroy Holts ski Imperial, California j£ i • . Dealer in • , M I General | g Mercharidise X See us when you want to buy anything d| 5 Before placing your next order? 7S\&gt;.fJ\, n\Jrfc rlyrSv rfxTfx JfVVTV S V/Rjl° Coining this way? « S p &gt; Then you are interested a* (3 in knowing how to reach «jjg | "" Imperial Settlements | | ™ New River Country | | Take the S. P. train | to Flowing Wells. .• % At this point you get flrst-claaa occomroodfltians at the McCAULLKY HOUSE. &lt;t. \V. McCaullfV, the proprietor, rtm»* n rc^tilnr &gt;-ta««» line c(C from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Wella at 7:30 n. m. on J^ Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the following days Special teams and rigs arcal*o kept in rend i nee* for any other day, nnd 3|£ fe will take you to any part of the country. *&amp;* $? The only direct line to the Carri«o Creek oil ...
CULTIVATION OF ALFALFA. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
CULTIVATION OF ALFALFA. WHAT GOVERNMENT EXPERTS HAVE TO SAY ON THE SUBJECT.— APPROPRIATE TO ARID COUNTRIES. Heat, Moisture and a Fertile Soil Necessary. — Imperial the Place* Cultivation of Alfalfa. The government has recently issued a bulletin giving full information relative to the cultivation of alfalfa that will be of interest to many who propose growing this crop, and who have had little or no experience in this line of farming. We publish herewith copious extracts from that bulletin taking that portion suited to the conditions as we find them here in Southern California. During the next few years hundreds of thousands of acres will be planted to alfalfa in the Imperial Settlements in San Diego county under the Imperial Canal, and this work will commence this fall, when probably from 50,000 to 100,000 acres will be planted in that section, following is the information on this subject given by the Agricultural Department of the government: Soil and Conditions of Growth. Alfalfa ...
Improving His Property. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
Improving His Property. J. Norton and J. Patterson, who recently purchased land near Imperial, left for that place Monday. J. F. Henderson accompanied them, and will assist Mr. Patterson in improving his property. The party drove overland, and will camp on the way, reaching Imperial the last of the week. Mr. Norton is the owner of eighty acres of the New River country, and Mr. Patterson has bought forty acres, all of which will be seeded to alfalfa. — Winchester Correspondent Riverside Press.
Credit To The Craft. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
Credit To The Craft. We are in receipt of the Imperial Press published at Imperial, San Diego county. It is a handsome eightpage quarto and has recently passed into the hands of E. F. Howe, a veteran newspaper man of ability. It is devoted to the interest of Imperial colony and is a credit to the craft. Success, Brother Howe. — San Bernardino Free Press.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern California C^Dl^l $Ki\o ftflO (\t\ OFFICERS-DIRECTORS: vdpildl ;..:....... ,]OUU,UUU.UU i. w . Bellman, President; H. W. Hellman, Vice-President; J. A. Graves, Second ViceXiirnlllC &lt;£i nnfl nnn An President; H. J. Fleishman, Cashier; G. HeiOUrpiUS «pl .UUU.UUU.OO man, Assistant Cashier. W. H. Perry, J. F. Francis, J. A. Graves. I. Fl/innoi+p &lt;l»r ?£\l\ (\f\t\ *~ W. Hellman, Jr., C. E. Thorn, O. W. Childs. Deposits $5,500,000.00 v^^zzg? o^™;™^ Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued and Telegraphic and Cable Transfers Made to All Parts of the World. . Special Safety Deposit Department and Storage Vaults. We do not sell Umbrellas, but we can cover you with our ASPHALT ROOFING We also make Asphalt Roof Paint and House Lining Paper of all kinds. Write for samples and prices. Los angcles. cal. PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO. GLOBE MILLS HS Man.tact.rers of ||jg|, Q rfl( J e f\ m flßd M j|| p rO dUCtS LEADING BRANDS "...
DAIRYING IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
DAIRYING IN CALIFORNIA. The California Cultivator, a paper that is well posted and very reliable on agricultural matters, has this to say on the question of dairying in California: Very few branches of the farming industry in this State have advanced with more rapid strides than the dairy. Not very many years ago California imported the bulk of her butter and cheese, trainload after trainload coming across the Rockies from the fertile plains of the Middle West. With the advent of Eastern farmers and improved methods, this state of affairs changed but the recent dry seasons came and in spite of everything that could be done it seemed as though the dairy industry of the State was doomed. The papers were full of advertisements offering milch cows for sale. The dairyman wondered where he was going to secure sufficient food for his stock, as the hign price of alfalfa made it of more profit to sell as hay than to feed for milk. So, taken all in all, the dairy industry of the State of Cali...
RUSSIAN ALFALFA. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
RUSSIAN ALFAL FA. A correspondent writes to the California Cultivator for information re- garding the Russian alfalfa that has been introduced into the United . States by the Agricultural Department at considerable expense, because it was supposed that it would stand the cold and drought much better than the common variety. The California Cultivator thus replies to the inquiry: The Turkestan alfalfa that was importeu and distributed for trial by the United States Department of Agriculture, has been sown at the Pomona sub-station during the past two years; the ordinary alfalfa seed, secured from Utah stock, was planted beside it as a check plot for comparison. Two years ago it was planted on dry land and there seemed to be no difference in the growth. After one year we cannot see any difference between the two kinds of alfalfa in the dry land patches, though both of them are badly damaged by the gophers, i-jast spring we planted some of each on damp land, and at this time we cannot s...
A NEW ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
A NEW ROAD. The San Diego Tribune, in publishing the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors on the 6th inst., says, among other things: Basement of right of way was received and accepted and ordered recorded and the road declared opened as a public highway, as follows: Beginning at a point in the county road at Banner, whence the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section 2, township 13 south, range 4 east, S. B. M., bears north 16 degrees west 160 feet distant, and running thence northeasterly through said section 2 to a connection with the county round near the southwest line of the Rancho San Philipe, and also to connect with the survey previously made of the road from Banner to Imperial as per survey No. 189 made by L. L. Ward, county surveyor, in June, 1901, and amended Oct. 1, 1901, and now on file in the office of the county surveyor of San Diego county; and also the right oi the county to pipe water from the spring in said west half of lot 7 to the junction of thi...
Extensive Operations. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901
Extensive Operations. Mr. Lathrop and a number of friends in this end of the county have purchased 1100 acres of land in the Imperial district, and have also bought water rights for the entire tract. They are now purchasing supplies in Fullerton, preparatory to going to that section to begin extensive operations. — Fullerton Tribune.