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Old Beach Road [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Old Beach Road The work of grading the new road to Old Beach has been completed, and on returning to Calexico the force of men and teams repaired a number of bridges in town, much to the advanof the freighters.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Preached at Calexico [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Preached at Calexico Rev. J. S. Kline of Imperial held religious services at Calexico last Sunday evening, delivering an able sermon before a large proportion of the people of the new town.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Mainly Personal [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Mainly Personal C. Clark of Covina visited Imperial this week, coming after land. John W. Shenk Jr. of Los Angeles has joined his father at Imperial. Messrs. Rowland and McCaige of Puente are late arrivals at Imperial. J. H. Hammers has been joined by another son, a recent arrival from South America. C. H. Swallow and family and Mrs. Coy of San Diego, visited Imperial and Calexico Wednesday. A camping party now touring the valley is composed of L. B. Eldridge, D. E. Larue, D. Smallcomb and A. Eldridge of Chula Vista. A. M. Aplin of Highland, one of the old timers of San Bernardino county, spent the week at Imperial and secured a piece of land. He came in under escort of S. B. Brown. Charles E. Miller of Gifford, Idaho, dropped in this week and left with a piece of land in his pocket. He will return in a few days to remain, and will soon be joined by his wife. W. A. Grover, W. W. Deshill of Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county, G. L. Flower of Los Angeles and M.S. McCord of Sim i, Ventu...

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Alfalfa and Barley Seed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Alfalfa and Barley Seed Just received from Utah a carload of alfalfa seed. Also choice seed barley for sale. Imperial Mercantile company, Calexico. *

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For Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

For Exchange Good income preperty at Escondido, Cal., to exchange for Imperial Water Stock and lands. For particulars address P. O. Box 262, Escondido, Cal.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

IMPERIAL PRESS CLUB OFFERS Imperial Press, Total Value Imperial Press, Total Value Success, $7.50 Everybody's $9.50 Cosmopolitan, ' j '/'.■' Woman's Work, (new) Leslie's Monthly, Our Price Puplic Opinion, {ne Our Price Review of Reviews, < new) 3.75 Harper's Bazaar, (new) 4.80 Imperial Press, Total Value Imperial Press, . Total Value Success, $7.50 Everybody's $7.50 The Household, Literary Digest, (new) Good Housekeeping, Our Price Harper's Bazaar, (new , Our Price Current Literature, (new) 3.75 Recreation, (Mew) 4.30 '. „ n ~~— x ..... Imperial Press, < Total Value imperial Press, Total Valie Everybody's, $7.50 Success ' ,m • $ 9 - 50 Country Life, (n ew, New England Magazine, Our Price American Boy, ( n ew ) Our Price Leslie's Weekly. 4.50 Modern Priscilla. 3.80 Imperial Press, Total Value Imperial Press, Total Value Success, . $11.00 Everybody's $5.50 Review of Reviews, (new) Little Folks, [ne w] * Current Literature, (new) Our Price Harper's Bazaar, (new) O...

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Pen Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Pen Pictures WHEN the stranger reaches Flowingwell in the evening for his first stage trip of thirty miles across country, he finds his ideal of the desert. A few miles to the east is the chain of drifting sand hills which form the eastern boundary of the Imperial valley. To the north are the barren Chuckawalla mountains, and his eye can trace for miles, along the base of the hills and mountains the beach of the old ocean, long banished from the valley. The railroad itself traverses the worst portion of the desert — that lying just below the old beach, where the dissolution of the mountains has strewn granitic sands and boulders, making traveling difficult for teams and suffocating for passengers in cars. Were the trains to pass over the desert a very few miles further from the beach, it would be possible to keep the car windows open and thus render the passage across the valley more endurable. It requires about an hour for the stage to cross the three miles of sand south of Flowing...

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Rich Gold Mine [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Rich Gold Mine W. H. Thomas, well known in Santa Ana as the engineer on the S. P. local between here and Los Angeles, returned yesterday from Lower California, where he has been upon mining interests, and brought back with him samples of gold ore that assay $125 to the ton. Mr. Thomas says that he has located a mine in Lower California that he would not sell for half a million of dollars and that he has already been offered $20,000 for it. The goldbearing ledge is fourteen feet deep and runs for a distance of two miles. Mr. Thomas is confident that he has struck a bonanza. The trip which he has just made is the third attempt on the part of Mr. Thomas to reach the coveted fields. He first made a trip to Ensenada and again attempted the overland route, while on his third and last trip he went to Yuma, thence down the Colorado river to the gulf and from there overland with burros and Indian guides to a point some twenty-five miles to the south of the mouth of the river and several mile...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Ipt Coming this mf? | ? i 1 1 1] || I" ' then you are interested |J ;-. ;; : ?. ;;■.;• ;. £|| SB 2+++** in knowing how to reach ?5 5® arc I Imperial Settlement, | i ™New River Country 1 |! Take the S. P. train M f§ to Flowing We 115.... 1 % * At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUIr- Tfß |^f L,EY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley; the proprietor, runs a regular |j S stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing .Wells at 8 £ . jj : 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- »£ .■', H$ ing days. . ; ;.• , . .• ' ,-T ..* |g - 0 S Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, / m „ \ ™ ! and will take you to any part of the country. ' . .. ■ '-_ . . ■■■■/'&' |^ The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fields west of Flowing j$ j^. £45 Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs , and teams that . are £&£ . -; XiMN unexcelled. ' '■ • ' - '" - ' • ' - - CaZ7 ' fiMvV ' IlCAvvllvUi -• _;-.......

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

|I m p c r i a li 4 elepho ne 4 fCompanyj f W. E HOLT Manager. | f Offices at . , f 4 Imperial, Cameron, 4 *■••■.•; . i J Flowing Wells and Iris. • I : • ' ~-^— ■ ..,■» I I T Messages sent to, ♦ " or received ■ from, - * ▼ any part of the world. - ▼ £ - I 4 TELEPHONES! |f O R RENTf WANTED— as superintendent or manager on ranch. Advertiser is a thoroughly . practical farmer. Has fifteen years experience farming by irrigation and cultivating large tracts of land: Address F. P. HOLBROOK, Monrovia, Calif. ; ' '.-'V •; .

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ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BOOM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BOOM CONDITIONS OF J9OJ COMPARED WITH THOSE OF 1886 AND LESSONS DRAWN THEREFROM. Docs History Repeat Itself? Is Southern California Entering Upon Another Period of Real Estate Speculation. L. M. HOLT IN LOS ANGELES EXPRESS. It is said that history repeats itself. If this be true is it not possible that Southern California may soon experience another real estate boom such as took possession of this country during the years 1886-7-8? Such a period of business activity may not necessarily culminate in a town lot craze, but real estate speculation may run wild without that crazy accompaniment. Similar conditions are liable to produce similar results. Let us compare the conditions of 1886 with those of 1901, and see wherein they resemble each other. In 1886 there were several important features that tended to create an active real estate market and business activity. First — The entire business world had passed through the financial panic of 1873-75 and had fully re- ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

A Choice Half Section —NEAR— IMPERIAL For Sale. Inquire of Oakley, Paulin & Co., Imperial, Cal.

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ALFALFA AND BEEF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

ALFALFA AND BEEF CATTLE. We publish on another page extensive extracts from the U. S. Department of Agriculture on the Cultivation of Alfalfa. The cheap and fertile lands of the Imperial country are especially adapted to the cultivation of this plant and therefore afford remarkable advantages for stock raising of all kinds. The following interesting article on the value of alfalfa to the beef cattle industry is copied in full from a recent copy of the Tulare Times: The price of beef cattle, and of milk, cream and butter, is going to make the alfalfa lands of the San joaquin valley very valuable in the future. Already the free range is practically exhausted in every part of the country and the drouths that afflict the arid region makes it a very great speculation to undertake to grow cattle there. The population of the United States is increasing very rapidly and all are beef eaters, consequently there is not the slightest risk in an over-supply of beef cattle. The irrigated portions...

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THE COMING ORANGE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

THE COMING ORANGE CROP. There are two interests at work estimating the Southern California orange crop for 1901-2. The one element is desirous that prices shall rule lpw, and hence they predict an increased crop and place the figures ai 26,000 carloads of oranges and lemons. The growers, on the other hand, desire to get good prices and hence it is to their interest to show that the coming crop is not so large as it was last year. This element predicts that the crop of oranges and lemons will be less than last year. The Riverside Press has sent letters of inquiry to leading orchardists in various localities, and the replies received warrant that paper in placing the coming crop at less than 20,000 cars. The Redlands Citrograph — usually well posted in such matters through its talented edi- tor, Scipio Craig — says that the crop will be something over 24,000 carloads, be something over 24,000 carloads. As this seems to be a medium between the two extremes, it is safe to assume that it...

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SALOON LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

SALOON LICENSES. . The Board of Supervisors at a recent meeting adopted an ordinance which provided that hereafter each precinct in the county outside of incorporated cities, shall have the right to say whether or not the Board of Supervisors shall consider an application for a saloon license within such precinct. The voters of each precinct have this question now under their control and the question is to be submitted to the people at the general election in November, 1902. and pending such vote no licenses will be granted outside of the incorporated cities. The people will therefore have this question within their own hands. The Riverside Press publishes a number of letters from old settlers in reply to questions as to why they came to Riverside. E. W. Holmes answers: "Because its warm, dry climate furnished the exact conditions my case seemed to require." Why not move to Imperial and get a little warmer and dryer climate? The San Bernardino Sun publishes a letter from the editor ...

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Sub-Agent at Oceanside [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

Sub-Agent at Oceanside E. D. McGraw has been appointed suj-agent for the Imperial land company, covering all the coast south to and including Del Mar. and eastward to and including Vista, Fallbrook and San Luis Rey valley region. All living in- said territory can secure information relative to lands and water shares by calling at his office at Oceanside. — Fallbrook Observer.

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More Mules Coming. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 23 November 1901

More Mules Coming. George A. Carter is shipping his large outfit of mules, wagons and farming utensils to Imperial. Crawford Bros, are also loading another car with goods today. — Pomona Correspondent to the Los Angeles Times.

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