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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 4 May 1901

* Are Vow Contemplating Moving? | \ * We are equipped tO handle All who have farms in the Imperial Settlement and expect We take contracts *f- 4£ ~~ :-•: to commence farming will find it to their interest to commu- , . * . ~ «L all kinds of freight nicate with us. to plant and care for crops j , , , ». ■ "^ jj T. Rates and estimates furnished \AJ D«c*4-4-*-**-« V& C^ *-* Imperial via T * on application ▼▼ • r'dllUn (X WO. Flowlrigwell, Cal. J $4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*444*4*4*4*4*4*4*^ LOCAL AND PERSONAL Wesley Patton has been on the sick list this week. W. F. Holt left Sunday for Redlonds to spend the week with his family. Leroy Holt is spending this week with his family in San Bernardino. Call bells for the telephone have been placed in every house in town. AU. S. postoffice has been estab lished at Imperial, with Dr. Heffernan as postmaster. Crawford Bros, of Pomona shipped a fine lot of fruits to the Imperial Land Company last week. Dr. Heffernan and C. R. Rockwood went t...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 4 May 1901

Letters Proving Ro*Hfvoly that thoro la Mo Mocfiolno for Woman?* Ilia Equal to Lydla f« Plnkhom'a Vogotahlo Compound* PROFUSE PERIODS, " I commenced /VK&SvCV taking Lydia E. i I JB^^^%%* rinkham's Vegeta- Ix &*—*. *~^W /t* I'leCompoundabout *P*wi/ three months ago, [ «5* S 4r\ ff | and cannot express j Y *j*n j I the wonderful good i ' 1 yfc^ JL \ it has done me. . ti/ rffflfc" ■■fTfr* cns t rll ' a ti°nswero 7fr<ffifgfMßffj^ffi) so profuse as to leave me very weak "V for some time af ter> Was also troubled with leucorrhoca, tired feeling, bearing-down sensation, pain across the back and thighs. I felt us though there was a heavy weight in my stomach all the time. I have taken two bottles of the medicine, and now have better health than I have had for four years." Mrs. Lizzie Dicksox Hodge, Avalon, Ohio. CHANGE OF LIFE. 11 1 was taken sick rfTiiri'iiiiT* > \! > fire years opo wil'i J^ffifflfej^V ' The Grippe,' i-iul |gffy^talßavj had a reliipsc and If Tf *^ffl|/ ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 4 May 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, May 4, 1901 TWO BANKERS SUICIDE Use the Same Revolver to End Their Lives President and Cashier of (he First Nation al Bank of Vancuver Use Weapon in a Clump of Bushes VANCOUVER, Wash., April 21.— Charles Brown and E. L. Canby, presi dent and cashier respectively of the First National Bank of Vancouver, which was closed yesterday by the con troller of the currency, committed sui cide last night, two miles from this city, by shooting themselves with a revolvers. Their bodies were found tfiis morn ing lying in a small clump of bushes about half a mile north of the Colum bia school, which is situated on the outskirts of the town. They both used ths same weapon, and Canby evidently died first, as the revolver was found in Brown's hand. It is evident that Canby put the muzzle of the revolver in his mouth and then blew off the top of his head. Brown then took it and shot himself in exactly the same way, falling over Canby's body. The fact that Brown's bicycle and a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 4 May 1901

8 || GOVERNMENT LANDS | II wxhCHEAP WATER I I I I N TH E |j I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT I M m Do you want a ranch in Southern California? W M j A ranch of first class soil at the government y || H price of $1.25 per acre? ** <& *$ W g With a right at small cost to all the irriga- m m tion water that can be used? *#. M m yif At an annual expense for water lower than ever a/2 W m JL before offered on the pacific coast? <* JL m 1 If so, the following irifortnation will interest you. The Colorado River furnishes the most abundant supply of water for irrigation purposes to be found west jgy of the Rocky Mountains. Its greatest supply is furnished during the month of June, when it is needed the most, teg IS and the least supply during December, when it is needed the least — the river being about nine feet higher in June |Ph Qjj than in December. ' Eg! *] • The river carries enough water to irrigate 8,000,000 acres of land, hence the supply can never be cut short Eg fS bv dry seasons. ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

Imperial Press. VOL. I. AN INLAND EMPIRE Most Extensive Irrigation Enter prise Ever Undertaken In the United States Half Million Acres of Fertile Land Made Desirable for Settlement —The Desert Conquered Garner Curran of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, was a member of the editorial party which visited Imperial and the country adjacent thereto re cently. Mr. Curran, like all of the other members, returned to his home Receives fresh supply of water through New river channel during June high water from the Colorado "full and ruuning\oVer" with enthus siam concerning this country. The following is in part what Mr. Curran said of the country and work being done here: The geographies of the present day are being changed so rapidly that they should be issued annually. Wars of conquest are changing the continents. Railroads and modern inventions are penetrating unexplored territories and revealing possibilities of untold wealth. But the greatest change in the map of the United States that has...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

2 Imperial Press Siturday, May It, 1901 PACIFIC COAST ITEMS An Epitome of the Week's Happenings in the West Baseball Player Killed— Cordelia.Botkin's Trial — Survey Steamer at San Diego — Los Angeles La Fiesta MADERA, Cal.— While practicing for a ball game, F. E. Kirkpatrick, a young man, collided with another player and was instantly killed. SAN FRANCISCO.— When the case of Mrs. Cordeia Botkin came up, At torney Deuprey, for the people, asked that the trial be set for June 18. At torney Knight, for Mrs. Botkin, ob jected, and hinted that he would carry the case to the Federal courts to have the question of which State, California or Delaware, should bear the expense of the trial. After some argument, June IS was agreed upon as the date of the setting of a date for the trial. Survey Steamer at San Die jo San Diego. — The government survey steamer Ranger has arrived here from La Paz, Commander Field reports the completion of a government coaling station at Pichilirique at a total cos...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

. Humors Waste matters which the skin, kid- neys and other organs were too tor- pid (in tht! cold days) to take enre of, and cannot take care of now without help, there is such mi accumulation of them. They litter the whole system. Pim- ples, boils and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turns, fits of indigestion, dull head- aches and many other troubles com- mon in the Spring are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparilta Removes all humors, overcomes all their effects, strengthens and tones the whole system. " Last spring I had a lot of sores on my face. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and they went away. lam now stronger and healthier than ever before." John E. MouiiKoven, Point Arena, Cal. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Cora— Why is that artist called an impressionist? Merritt — Because a picture of his looks as if he laid the canvas on a palette full of colors and took an im pression.—Judge. Kill Germ* of DlseaHe. The modern way...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

4 Imperial Press Published every Saturday at Imperial, San Diego County, Cat. fjenry C. Heed, Editor and manager SUBSCRIPTION: One year .... $1.50 Six Months .... .75 ADDRESS: Impkkiai, PkKSS, Imper ial, San Diego County, Calif. Application made to enter at the Po.stoffice at Klowlnffwell, Cat., as second-class matter. Saturday, May 11, 1901. In another column of this pa per will be found an article taken from the San Diego Union, re porting the action being taken by the people of that city regarding the Imperial country. No people should be more concerned about this country than should the cit izens of San Diego. This is as certain to become the most pro ductive section, not only of San Diego county, but of Southern California, as anything can be, hence the volume ot trade will be indeed great, and the proposition resolves itself into this, "Shall San Diego have the business of this end of the county, or shall we continue to go elsewhere for our supples?" The answer de pends wholly...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

]j Are Yoi4 Contemplating Moving? U 4? We are equipped tO handle All who have farms in the Imperial Settlement and expect We take Contracts * » 4+ to commence farming will find it to their interest to commu- *f» all kinds of freight nicate with us. to plant and care for crops £ $ Rates and estimates furnished \\r Dcif^rk^i JG C^ g^k Imperial via * * on application ▼▼• Poiron ©C WO. Fiow&gwell, Cal. £ A ROAD TO THE DESERT The San Diego Union Commends The Proposition Supervisors May be Asked to Make a Trip oat into this Country to Look over the Ground The San Diego Union, regarding this country and a line of conveyance between that city and Imperial, says: There is one subject which seems to be gathering interest with the passing days, and that is the proposition for better wagon roads into the mountains, or more par ticulary through the mountains onto the desert. The feeling is rife that the work and plans of the California Development Co. in wedding the waters of the Colorado ri...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

6 500,000 Women Have boon rostorod to hoaltii by Lydla C. Ptnkham'a Voao- tablo Compound, Tholr lot* tors aro on lilotznd provo this statement to boa faot, not a moro boast. When a modi- olno has boon succossful In our Ing so many women, you cannot woll say without try- ing It— " Ido not bollovo Si will holn mo." Vegetable Compound Is a positive cure for all those painful Ailments of Women. It will entirely care the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcoration, Falling and Displacements of tho Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. jnMQPtk Your medicine cured me of ter- fflHßttS* riblo female illness. W • M Its. M. K. MULLEB, I 1a Concord Sq., Boston, Max. i ■ Backache. It has cured more cases of Backache and Leucorrhcea than any other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors from tho Uterus in an early stage of development, and checks ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

Imperial Press Siturday, Afay It, 1901 CHINESE GIRL IS RESCUED Abducted in San Francisco and Found in Los Angeles She Was Spirited Away and Brought South for Immoral Purposes — Was Married to Her Abductor LOS ANGELES.— -Miss D. M. Cam eron, of the Presbyterian Chinese mis sion at San Francisco, assisted by John D. Putnam, Chinese inspector of this city; Captain Callunden, an as sistant of the Morse Secret Detective Agency of San Francisco, and three local policemen detailed by Chief El ton, raided a house in the vicinity of the plaza and rescued from It Ah Ho, a 14-year-old Chinese girl who had been stolen from a friend's house in San Francisco three months age hy a notorious Chinese highbinder and gambler by the name of Chang Sang. The girl is the daughter of Wang How, a wealthy resident of Portland, Or., for the last twenty-five years. About a year and a half ago Wang How and his wife returned to China for an extended visit, leaving the daughter with the family of the San Francisc...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 11 May 1901

8 WT GOVERNMENT LANDS . I I w.th CHEAP WATER I II IN THE |i I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT I H gA Do you want a ranch in Southern California? g| M m W A ranch of first class soil at the government j W m price of $1.25 per acre? + + || || With a right at small cost to all the irriga- m m tion water that can be used? * * m M 9JC At an annual expense for water lower than ever a|C W ffl . JL before offered on the pacific coast? +$ JL M W If so, the following Information will interest you* jM The Colorado River furnishes the most abundant supply of water for irrigation purposes to be found west jgJi ra of the Kocky Mountains. Its greatest supply is furnished during the month of June, when it is needed the most, g|| 3f and the least supply during December, when it is needed the least — the river being about nine feet higher in June J|g9 ||t than in December. lag TO The river carries enough water to irrigate 8,000,000 acres of land, hence the supply can never be cut short tERjj M The Colorado Delta...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

Imperial Press. VOL. I. THE DELTA LANDS Editor Williams Tells it as it Was Revealed to Him California's Desert Land— lts Burn ing Acres to be Watered Editor J. D. Williams of the Whit tier Register, who recently visited this section of the country, is enthusiastic over the possibilities of the Imperial country. The following is in part what he says of the couutry and work being done to reclaim it: None have crossed the Colorado River upon entering California, with out noting particularly its turbid tor rent, which rushes in nvghty vo'.nmeto HYDRAULIC DREDCJE— for use in pumping the silt from the settling basin of the Imperial canal the sea; and their interest in this won derful stream will be quickened by a glance at the work it has wrougnt in the economy of nature, in adding mil lions of acres to the area of earth's til lable soil. Our recent examination of a large portion of these lands, in company with other newspaper men who went on an excursion for this purpose, may enable us t...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

2 Imperial Press Saturday, May 18, 1901 PACIFIC COAST ITEMS An Epitome of the Week's Happenings in the West Fruit Growers Win on Freight Rates- Hotel Keeper Charged with Embezzle* ment— A Mounted Highwayman, Etc. Bakersfleld is to have at least ten miles of oiled streets this year. A traction engine line may be es tablished between Independence, Inyo county, and Mojave, for hauling freight. An order has been issued by the Mayor to the City Marshal, to put a stop to all forms of gambling in Santa Rosa. Los Gato3 has a mounted highway man, who rides a chainless and noise less bicycle. He selects his victim and rides him down in the dark, then covers him with a gun and takes his valuables. William Shoemaker was held up by a footpad at Oakland and told to give up his "awl." Although well-heeled, Mr. Shoemaker refused to disgorge, but said he would fight to the last. He then proceeded to tap the footpad over the head. The thief soon pegged out and lost heart and sole in the con flict, be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

o<*trnrrd fiT III* Pert. Shprlork Holmes- 1 linvp not lookrrt around, hill n very tall tnnn Jusi rillllU In nnd sat down lv the OpuM cbutr be lilml me. Miss Marvol-It Is irnn! Ray. ,Ron do the most tvondt»rful things. Now. toll me how you knew without looking of tho tall man's prrsonoe. Sherlock Holmes— Ilia foot are stick ing through under my chair.— Ohio State J puma I. Throw l'hyalc to the Uogut Constipation is treated br nn Inicstinnl tonic and liver siimulHiit, pHlmable, genlU, yet pot«nt-Ciiscart't9 Candy Cathartic. All drug gists inc. 2oc, 5Jc. In time fame drags on broken wings — On many lines this fact we note — Now, lots of women write worse things Than bad Lord Byron over wrote. —Chicago Record-Herald. Mako your own photographs. It costs hut little. Send foi- our hand somoly illustrated catalog showing all styles of cameras. Kirk, Geary & Co., WO Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. Thu ISest Prescription for Mhl.'h-U. ChillH tuid /ever is a bottle of Grove's <.a&...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

4 Imperial Press Published every Saturday at Tmperial, San Diego County, Cal. peltry C Jfeed, Editor and Wanogrr SUBSCRIPTION: ' Oaeyear .... $1.50 SlxMoathi .... .75 ADDRESS: Imperial Press, Imper ial, San Diego County, Calif. Application made to enter at the Postoffice at Flowlngwell, Cal., as second-class matter. Saturday, May 18, 1901. THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM Prospective settlers in the Im perial country need have no fears regarding a means by which to market the products of this sec tion. With 100,000 acres of the most fertile soil in the world under the flow of the mommoth Imperial canal, the largest in the United States, furnishing the most abun dant supply of irrigation water, the minimum amount of hay that can be raised is 500,000 tons an nually, which means 100,000 head of cattle and a town of 2500 peo ple. With this condition of af fairs the volume of business will be indeed great, and there is not a shadow of a doubt but that rail roads will come to handle the traffic...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

\l Are You Contemplating Moving? ]; -, t We are equipped tO handle AH who have farms in the Imperial Settlement and expect WC take COntfactS t ' 4t to commence farming will find it to their interest to commu- . . . . $* j all kinds of freight nicat e with us. to plant and care for crops i . T- Rates and estimates tarnished \\T T>g?*4r+n++ Ab> C^ f^k Imperial via \\ * on application ▼▼• Jr^aTTOtl OC WO. FiowftiKweii, Cai. *; LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dr. Heffernan returned to Imperial- Tuesday. Volcano Lake is reported to be over flowing into New River, and the rise in the river is expected here in a very * few days. Paul Fergusson returned to Imperial last Saturaday. He will remain here till June 1, when he will probably leave for Buffalo N.Y. G. H. Purdy and William Godfrey have established their residence on land near Blue Lake. Mr. Pvrdy, and Peter Larson, who also lives at Blue Lake, were on Dewey's ship in the battle of Manila, Mr. Larson being one of the gunners. A full head of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

6 <8 ffijCfanr*.-' This efgniliro l<« on every hor of the ponuini Laxative Bromo-Quininc Tabieu i the remedy that cnr«i« n cold In one «l«y | Don't Slop Tolacco Suiflenly ! It tn)nr»« nv-vous »y»lcm to do to. OACO- CURO Is the only cure thnt really rures *•>■• t ! noil ins you when to •■top. Sold w'iili u Kiinr- nntee thnt three boxes will cure nny CMO ( PiPn PFIPn ' s veiretitble Ami hnrmle^*. It Ims PAbU-UUfIU C ure3 thouMtnU; It will cure «ou. At hII ilrUK?i«tH or by mull vrepnltl. $ 1 a bo\; 3 boxes, U.nO. Hooklet fr.->«. Wrl'o Eiiuka Chemical Co., Li Cro>sj Wis. ~ THE BEST POMMEL SLICKES2 , , IN THE WORLD W^^M^'OiTHO 0^ OPTEH IMITATER m A5 ASADPIE COAT ViA^ IT HAS NO EQUAL SHOWING rVkk UINC Or GARMENTS AND MAT3. A.J.TOJVER. CO.. BOSTON, MASS. 4< Beardless Soldier*. Modem warriors generally wear hnlr on their frontispieces. It Is thought to give tliPin a martial appearance. But Alexander's Invincible soldiers were all ti.ire faced. lie compelled them to Bbare f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

Imperial Press Siturday, May 18, loot A BIG STRIKE NOW PENDING Half a Million Machinists and Metal Workers Will be Affected Employers Not Willing to Arbitrate Wage Question Except With Employes —12 1-2 Per Cent Increase Wanted WASHINGTON.— A general strike, Involving directly 150,000 machinists, and indirectly 500,000 men in the metal working trades, is expected to take place on May 20, unless some arrange ment Is effected in the meantime. This is the statement made by Pres ident James O'Connell, of the Inter national Association of Machinists, who has his headquarters in this city. The demands of the men, the refusal of which threatens to precipitate the strike, Mr. O'Connell said, are for a working day of nine hours . and an increase of 12% per cent, in wages, or, In other words, ten hours pay for nine hours work. The matter, he said, has been under consideration for some time, and every effort has been made by the machinists' association to avoid resorting to a strike, but such a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 18 May 1901

8 W GOVERNMENT LANDS Eg I w.th CHEAR WATER i 6a in THE iPi I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT I m &| Do you want a ranch in Southern California? m* wi m j A ranch of first class soil at the government W W M price of $1.25 per acre? *$ * M M With aright at small cost to all the irriga- m H tion water that can be used? *#■ m W yf At an annual expense for water lower than ever ac W m JL before offered on the pacific coast? JL Wh S If so, the following information will Interest you. J||| OT The Colorado River furnishes the most abundant supply of water for irrigation purposes to be found west bum W of the Rocky Mountains. Its greatest supply is furnished during the month of June, when it is needed the most, fiSgj fa and the least supply during December, when it is needed the least — the river being about nine feet higher in June JP|9 3 than in December. Sw I? The river carries enough water to irrigate 8,000,000 acres of land, hence the supply can never be cut short jPjS 1% by dry seasons. (SKI ;...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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