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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 May 1903

THE VALLEY NEWS See Vurnuy'H ad about duck. If Lap duatvrs at the Harness Shop. 4-5 Ciistroline for buggies nt the harness shop. 4-5 Mm .1. W. Csirt is spending the sum mer with friemlH at CJleiwlale, A. T. George K. Folsom has arrived in tlie valley from Ilaverliill, Mjihh., to inako liis home. See thoHu lovely drims patterns at Var ney's. All .kindu, colors and pricew. No two alike. 4S)tf For Hale— loo shares of water Htotik in Water Company No. 1, at $12 pur nliare. Jacob Stoner. stf E. E. Langford of Redlanda was in Imperial some days tlie past week look-., ing after liin property. Lost— Plain gold link chain bracelet, with padlock bearing owner's initials. Leave at postoffice and receive reward. 7 Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Aplin and W. S. Corwin of Highland spent a portion of the week looking after their interests in the valley. Mrs. J. E. Evans and daughter have gone to Los Angeles for the summer, for the first visit out of the valley for over two years. A. K. Thomas of Crowley, La.,...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 May 1903

FOR IMPERIAL COUNTY Turther Favorable Comment by the san Diego Record Last week the Press gave an extract from an editorial in the San Diego Rec ord favorable to the formation of Imper ial county. That paper also publishes the following editorial comment: "For this city and the bay region it would be far better, from almost every standpoint, to form a combined city and county government rather than to be a portion of an immense county. "A city and county of San Diego, as restricted in territorial extent as much as the necessities of the case might re quire, would be the means of saving from $75,000 to $100,000 a year to this city. A city and county government on the general lines upon' which other such municipalities have been organized, wi th.tluj necessary modifications adapted to our wants would greatly simplify our assessments, collection of taxes, dis bursements of revenue and many other matters that would be attended to by one set of officials. The idea prevalent among many pe...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 May 1903

Constitution and ByvLaws of the COCOPAH CLUB oi Imperial. ARTICLE I. Nam b and Objkqt. This organization shall be known as the Cocopah Club of Imperial. Its objects shall be to promote social intercourse among its members, and to advocate the causo of amateur athletics. ARTICLE 11. Mkmukusiiip. Tiiose eligible to membership shall be as follows, and no t>tliers: White, male persons of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, and shall be elected as the By- Laws direct. ARTICLE 111. OWNERSHIP. The legal title and ownership of all the property, effects and assets of the Club shall vest in the Board of Directors "in trust" for the benefit and enjoyment of the members. ARTICLE IV. . • GOVERNMENT. The government of the Club shall l>e vested in a Board of Directors consisting of «even members, except as may be otherwise prescribed by the By-Laws. These Directors shall be elected by members of the Club as provided in the By-Laws for a term of one year, and un til their successors are ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 May 1903

SBi_L- YOCP GRAIN Highest Market tPrice Paid for Wheat and Barley Wholesale drain, Flour, Feed, etc.. .^\' „ — •— »• Address, W. L. WRIGHT, Pomona, Cal. ) Brain Harms Optical Co. 1 [incokpokatkoJ Dealers in ? | Optical, Mathematical, Engineering and Scientific Instruments 5 5 Surveyors', Draughtsnien's and Architects' Supplies. Spectacles c c... and JOyeylasses. Oculists' Prescriptions a Specialty. Send for P ? Catalogue and Price List. p 5 421 South Spring Street. Los Angeles.Cal. § § Kerckboff=Cuzner # @ Will and Lumber Co J || WHOLESALED . | I IWI DC D © § RETAIL DEALERS IN LWIVIDt-rl .„,, MILL WORK S 8 AN Y p™o. A w T HOL..i,L. Main Office Cor. Alameda & Macy Sts # LOS ANGELES. Main Office . § :: A °:^." ss u A s DD A eN civm.. Los Angeles, Cal. J ■spyT Clark's Right Lap Plow WHY? BECAUSE IT 1. Lays the ground all one way — no dead furrow. 2. Opens the bottom of the furrow so the roots gx> straight down. 3. Requires half as much power to operate as any other. 4. The black...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

The Imperial Press. VOL. HI, BOOMS AND THINGS Relationship of Booms and Panics on Real Estate Values Tj. M. Holt, late editor of the Imper ial Press, read a paper before the Edi torial Association of Southern California at Idyllwild June 4th on : "The Boom That Is Not a Boom," which is given in full, as follows: A boom is a convalcscenfpanic. A panic is a busted boom. The business interests of the country are always cither on the up grade or on the down grade. The credit system for the transaction of business is responsible for both the boom and the panic. If all ' business was done on a cash basis there could be no panics ; neither could there be any A boom is a speculative condition of the market during advancing prices. A panic is the condition of the market after prices have reached the highest point possible, and have begun to re cede. If no one was in debt for his prop erty — real or personal — at the time that prices began to drop there could be no panic, for each individual ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

might he mentioned the building of the new railroad to Salt Lake City, which is practically another transcontinental - road, and the building of a system of inter-urban electric railroads Upon which many millions of money will bo Hpctitj and which will connect all the principal towns of Southern California with its metropolis — Lou Angeles. We might, also mention the building: of many fine' large hotels which are demanded by the fact that Southern California is becqni»| ing, more than ever before, the tourists' j niecca and the millionaires' ideal winter! resort; and the further fact that hereto- 1 fore the real agricultural part of this end of the, State has been confined princi- j pally to the 214,000 acres of irrigated | land located between the mountains and the sea, most of which is devoted to the production of luxuries — $22,000, 000 being realized from fruit, while only $(5,000,000 are realized from wheat, beef and pork, but that now twice that area is being brought under irr...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

Des.rtt)!! Land Relocated County Surveyor S. 1,. Ward liuh re turned from a trip to the desert, where lie has been relocating oil claims for a company of San Diego citizens.' He was accompanied by Dr. 0. C. Valle of this city, ami Dan MncPhersoti and Lew Smith of Julian. The locations were made between the Barrett and Harper wells and altogether comprise about 11, 000 acres. The two years since the first location had about expired and it was necessary to file on them a<rain in order .to hold them. — San Diego Union. Once More the Storks Ah wan noted last year, the advent of the storks and the exodus of the women are coincident. Just why this should be so it is hard to explain. The storks cer tainly don't bite. No one has ever been attacked by them, and according to tra dition old as the hills, they have brought man}' a blessing on humanity. But in xpite of this, it seems as though each year as soon as these uraceful birds ap pear in the valley we are to be saddened by a wholesale...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

THE IMPERIAL PRESS rUIIMSIIItII SATURDAYS AT IMI'KKI A t., C At.., BY POHTOPKICK AIiIIHHHS, IMI'KHMt,, HAN MI.CO CO., CAI.tI'OKNIA. SUBSCRIPTION One Year .... $l.(M) Six Months .... ,50 Single Copies - .05 [Under no circumstance is a nnme en tered on the subscription list without cnsli in advance, and the paper in always discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.] Advertising rates made known on application at the (tllicj. ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SATURDAY, JUNE 13, l»o:i BOOMS AND PANICS The Press gives on another page an address by L. M. Holt on the relationship between booms and panics. While Mr. Holt makes an able presentation his views, the Press cannot agree with- him on all points of theory, nor accept the conclusions which he reaches. Panics are taken by Mr. Holt to be due to natural law and to be unavoidable. It is the doc trine of fatalism applied to the discussion of economics. Yet Mr. Holt himself says: "The credit system for the transaction of business i...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

THE VALLEY NEWS Imperial Water Co. No. 1 is consider ing the plan for an office building. The publisher of the Press is spend ing a week with his wife and children at Ontario. T. P. Bauta received word Monday from Prescott, A. T., of the death of a sister, Mrs. Moore. The meeting of the directors of Im perial Water Co. No. I will be held about the middle of the month. There will be the regular preaching services at the hall Sunday night at 7 :30. Everybody is cordially invited. The recent sales of grain is already manifest in various lines of business, re lieving a number of farmers of burdens. Talk of incorporating Imperial is heard regularly, and action in that re spect is certain to be taken early in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. Dyke entertained a number of friends Tuesday evening in honor of the fifth anniversary of their wedding. D. R. Stevenson is spending a week in Escondido with his family before their departure for Colorado Springs, where they will spend tho summer. \V. D....

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

SOUTHERN PACIFIC Mow Its Desert Road Is lieiiij: Stead' ily Improved Now that the Southern Pacific Com pany is putting the fin tailing touches on its main line across the desert, it is probable that within a few weeks n por tion of the laborers will be brought to Imperial to extend this branch of the road, at least so far as the international line, and possibly through to a junction with the main line at Pilot Knob, thus giving the company a double line across t lie desert;' It is also among the possi bilities that one or more spurs will in due time be built in this section. The Los Angeles Herald thus tells of work on the main line: "Uefore another month has passed the Southern Pacific Company will have a practically new road for its transcontinental travel be tween this city and Yunia. Nearly 150 miles of new track has been under con struction across the Colorado desert since the begin nintr of the new year, and the last twelve miles of the stretch of new steel from Indio to Yunia...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

DELINQUENT NOTIC2 Imperial Water Company No. 1 Location of principal place of business, town of Imperial^ County of San Diego, State of California. NOTICE: There is delinquent on the following .described stock on account of assessment No. !?, levied on the sth day of May, IWM, the several amounts s^t opposite tho names of the respective shareholders as follows: A nit Name Ctf No. Shares Due BetinjEdwinW !J77 40 14 Burdick, Edwin L 35 320 112 Blodgett, Geo. U 321 120 42 Brown, Chas. It 052 320 112 Blair, Julia V 261 320 112 Chapin, Lon F 1!) KiO 50 Carter, Joseph S 745 63 22.05 Clark, Margaret 59 1(50 50 Cressey, Theodore E 08 80 28 Clark, 'Joel AI 7!) KH) 50 Cheney, A. II 487 KM) 50 Cline, Commodore C, (Geo. C. Hunt, pledgee).. .oos 320 112 Chappell, Jno.W 128 320 112 Ohappell; Alfred 130 320 112 Dorm, l<\ W 1«4 160 56 Dairgs, W. A 821 KiO s(i Elder, Jus. F 708 320 112 Ennor, Wm. 1) 319 KiO 50 FrisselleJ Ralph 299 320 112 Frisselle; Hervey :iOO 320 112 Flower, Grove L 455 40 14 F...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 June 1903

SELL YOUR GRAIN Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat and Barley Wholesale Grain, Plour, Peed, etc. Address, W. L. WRICIHT, Pomona, Cal. ____ f Brain Harms Optical Co. i 5 [incorporated] Dealers in ? § Optical, Mathematical, Engineering and Scientific Instruments | 5 Surveyors', DraiiglitHHien's and Arcliitects' Supplies. Spectacles c 5 and Kyeghisses. Oculists' Prescriptions a Specialty. Send for ? ? Catalogue and Price Tyist. p 5 421 South Spring Street. Los Angeles, Cal. Jj % KtnkhofhCuzmv # g Will and Lumber Co J WHOLESALED j I I IWI OC R © H RETAIL DEALERS IN L- UI V I I— l I— II .no MILL WORK || 2 saJpeTro A w T ho LE sa LE Main Office Cor. Alameda & Macy Sts 5 LOS ANGELES. MAIN OFFICE S[ POMONA. PASADENA. , A MrC | c Q OAI 5f £3% LAMANDA. AZUSA. COVINA. LOO MINtltL. CO j V/ML. buTT Clark's Right Lap Plow '■'::*' "r" 1 ■ ■ . 7 "~~: - .-. --:^'r~..:... ~■ ' ■...': . ■ -"--'- - .. . ;•;„.--': •--■• :—v.^~-=*-=: — v.^~-=*-=- WHY? BECAUSE IT 1. Lays the ground all one way — no d...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

The Imperial Press. VOL. 111. Published at the center of the greatest Irrigated territory In America, in the heart of the Colorado desert, San Diego county. Southern Call ornla, 67 feet below the level of the sea. Under pres ent canals, 200,000 acres: under irrigation system when c mpleted, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated Jand In Arizona and land to be Irrigated by the National Government from the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million irrigated acres. DESERT AUTOMOBILES San Diego and Imperial May Be Easily United Sujxjrvissor Jasper, who traveled by automobile from Sau Diego tp'Jaicuinba to study the possibility of establishing a, regular line connecting the two towns, has grown enthusiastic over the outlook, declaring that there only remains about thirty miles of road to be oiled to make the entire road from Imperial to San Diego passable by autos. The Press some weeks since told of the possibilities of an automobile line of this char...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

THE GRAND CANYON Where Imperial's Soil Was Ground From Living Rock Imperial's soil is the waste material from tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado river, which, curried by the swift water of the river, was deposited tit the point where tho water of the Gulf of Califor nia checked the flow. This created si great dsim, which grew up across the gulf, eventually leaving that portion which became a desert cut off from the remaining portion of the gulf, while into this region there was [xjured the water of the river, making the great sedimentary deposit which constitutes the soil of the valley. Roger Poc(>ck writes of the Grand Canyon for Pearson's Magazine as fol lows: "Once, crossing a little tributary of the Colorado, I found that every drop splashed on my clothes hardened to a lump of mud, and that where the water was but a foot deep my horse was nearly washed away by its force. "That fact told me the secret of the Grand Canyon. Like the Nile," this Colorodo ilows through a desert, but...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

YUMA INDIANS A Tribe Whose Members Frequently Visit Imperial Yuma Indiana are to be seen in Im perial at almost all times, coming here to work. The Yumas are closely related to the Coc<>i»ilib, but urn not m well known hero. Their reservation is on tliin side of the Colorado river, north of the railroad. Regarding them the Sum Diego Union Bays: "John S. Spear, superintendent of the U. S. Indian school, Fort Yuniii, this county, stopped in this city yesterday enroute to Ensenada, where he ha.s of ficial business. His school will open on Septembjr 1 for a ten months' term. He expects to have 140 pupils. The young]liidiansare taught farming (which is Mr. Spear's own special liobby) ; the mechanical arts, inclusive of carpentry and blacksinithing; also tailoring and the rudiments of the English language and mathematics — in short, those brandies which will equip the Indian fora civilized white man's life. Inci dentally, habits of cleanliness, self-reli ance and of preparation for ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

BORAGO KILLED Son of the Cocopah Philosopher in 1$ ttlc VVitli Mexicans The Hturtling information cunio to lin poriul TliurHtliiy that Borugo had been killwl in v Imttlo with desperadoes near tho Gulf of Ciilil'itrnisi, ami of eourao it was supposed tho victim was thu famous Indian Borugo, patron phllHopliur of the; Imperial Cocopah Club, who incidentally ' ' uctH as scavenger for tho municipality of Calexico. Special diHpatchuu to the Press from Algodones, however, bring tho soothing information that thu victim of the dospomdoeH was a son of Old Borago, thenj bjing throe Indians wlio bear the name. The battle which resulted in the (loath of Borago grew out of v drunken revel at Mexical, about a week ago. Two Mexi cans, Antonio Martinez and Phitario Acosta, were shooting promiscuously, and they afterward iled, the Indian po lice being put on their trail. When the men were overtaken, the Indians cap tured Martinez and Killed Acosta, though not until Borago, who was in the pursu ing p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

AUGUST WEATHER Host Disagreeable Month in the Year on the Desert August is tho most disagreeable month in the year on the desert, fts it i.s in moat parts of the country) for during this month there is an increased hu midity and the nights are not so cool aw during most of the summer. This week has been something of a record maker in the way of heat, Sunday being the hottest day of the year, not only at Im perial, bnt throughout Southern Calif ornia, mercury here registering 124, while even so near the coast aa.Ontario it went to 107. While this atmospheric temperature was excessively high, the automatic natural regulator of bodily heat here prevented any suffering, and men and teams have proceeded throughout the week with their work without interrup tion and without anything more serious than some degree of inconvenience. The regulator of bodily heat which nature has provided is perspiration. The hotter the weather, the more moisture pouring from the body, and the more moisture the...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

THE IMPERIAL PRESS - m I'UIll.ISIIKI) SATITKHAVH AT tMTRRIAt,, CAL., IIV I'OHTOFFICK ADDKICHH, IMPBRIAL, SAN ftIKGO CO., CAUKOKNIA. SUBSCRIPTION Ono Year .... $1.00 Six Months .... ,50 Single Copies .... .05 [Under no circumstance is a name en tered on the subscription lint without cash in advance, and the paper is always discontinued sit the expiration of the time paid for.] DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT _■ Advertising 1 rales made known 011 application at the ofllcj. ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1903 WATER COMPANY NO. 1 It is hereby ordered by the board of directors of Imperial Water Company No. 1 that tlitT'lrriporial Press be recog nized as the official organ of said com pany} and tho secretary is instructed to cause to be published in said iiewspaperj without cost, tlie minutes of all the meetings of tlio directors and stock holders (if said company. Adopted by the board of directors of Imperial Water Company No. 1, July 2, 15)03: 11. I). McPherrin, Sec. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

THE VALLEY NEWS Valley Bakery, for everything in bread line. tf W. A. Young left Sunday for Covinn on a business trip. Morn, in Los Angeles, to Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. O'Bryan, a daughter. Bread, cakes, pies, light, fresh and wholesome at the Valley Bakery. tf Thoroughbred Poland-China boars for saleSpil, M. Cardiff, San Bernardino, Call " tf Klondike drinks of all kinds served. Opposite Hotel Imperial. W. B. Mug ford. '■ tf Wanted — 15 men; and 10 men and teams, half cash, half waterstock. W. \V. Masten. tf Posts for Sale — Mesquite posts ready cut, $U per hundred, $10 charred. In quire or write Weed Bro's, Calexico. *19 Edgar Green, of Nevada City, Mo., visited his father, Matthew Green, this week, and the two left Wednesday for an outing at San Diego. Notice to contractor. — Bids will be re ceived for checking and leveling the S. E. >4 of Section 3, Township 17,-14. 11. 11. Shutz, Bakersfield. 18 About three miles of the extension of No. s's main canal is completed, and W. \V. Mas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 August 1903

The Right Calf to Raise Perhaps you may say, raipe those that come from the best cows. All right, but that isn't enough. The sire should have been a good individual with the general make-up and marks that to the practiced eye hliow that he is such, and then also he should be a pure-bred animal. There are plenty of pure-bred animals with long pedigrees that have no value because they are not by any means perfect types of their class. Bet ter pay a man who is a good judge $300 to select a sire to head a herd, rather than take an animal on his pedigree only. Yes, I would not buy one at all unless I had the skill to pick him out or could employ some one who did have. This is pretty strong language, but it is used in all earnestness to help readers to prevent bitter disappointment in years to come. Now, how are you to know which are your best cows? Only by weighing the milk and keeping a record during the year. It will do very well to weigh once in ten days, morning and night, then multi...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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