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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
In another column of this paper will be found an article taken from the San Diego Union, reporting 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 citizens of San Diego. This is as certain to become the most productive 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 depends wholly upon the citizens of that place. The amount of business already going out from here is considerable, and it will be increased an hundred-fold within a few months. . With a railroad connecting Imperial and San Diego, that city would have a monopoly on the business. With the proposed stage road, the tide would be turned that way to a great extent. W...
DESERT REDEEMED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
DESERT REDEEMED The New York Times Commends the Great Enterprise Thinks it a Better Way of Expansion Than can be Effected by War and Conquest The following editorial regarding the work and developments in the Imperial country is from the New York Times: Iti the absorbing interest of great mergers with capitalizations which a few years ago would have been deemed impossible, we are apt to overlook the fact that a great deal is going on in the world which makes for good in a very much larger degree than do the operations^ of the Wall street financiers. For example, a work is now in progress which will redeem for cultivation and occupation 400,000 acres of waste land in California and 500,000 in Mexico, and before the close of the present year one of the most desolate and forbidding of the American deserts will be redeemed and prepared to become one of the garden spots of this continent. Artesian wells which have been drilled near Indio arc flowing copiously, and these are to be supplem...
REV. DAVID W. GOETZ [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
REV. DAVID W. GOETZ Among the prominent men who were instrumental in laying the foundation for building the Imperial canals to bring the waters of the Colorado river to the heart of one of the most desolate of America's deserts, is found the name of the Reverend David W. Goetz, of Newton, Kansas. Mr. Goetz put money and enthusiasm into the enterprise when both were needed the mostf beiog one of the first to take stock in the California Development company, and was for years one of the directors of the company, working shoulder to shoulder with George Chaffey, C. R. Rockwood and others in perfecting the plans for this stupendous enterprise. Mr. Goetz arrived in Imperial Tuesday, where he was met by Mr. Rockwood and taken to Cameron Lake. He is a prominent leader of the Mennonite people and is looking over the ground with a view to sending a large colony of his people to the Imperial country. An eastern telephone concern recently wrote to Brown Bros, of San Bernardino that they would ...
LOCAL AND PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Messrs. W. F. and Leroy Holt returned to Imperial Thursday. C. K. Rockwood returned from Los Angeles last Sunday. E. M. Guier.of Lordsburg, is looking over the Imperial country this week. , Mrs. Breitenstein of Phoenix, arrived here Thursday, going from here to Cameron Lake camp. J. B. Rothbun, a mason from Yuma, is at Cameron Lake building an adobe house for Chief Engineer Rockwood. Byron E. Rice, of the firm of Rice &amp; Leighton, Phoenix, Ariz., representing the Imperial Land company, arrived in this country Thursday. : ' S.B.Brown left Sunday for his home in San Bernardino. He is of the firm of Brown Bros., representing the Imperial Land company at that place. Millard F.Hudson received an appointment as deputy county clerk of San Diego county last week. Mr Hudson will attend to all matters in that line in the Imperial country- Upwards of forty pupils have beeu enrolled in the Imperial school district, which is a splendid showing for a starter. Applica...
The Good Road Committee [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
The Good Road Committee A committee will probably leave San Diego either today or Monday for this place. The committee will be composed of business men of that city, accompanied by the county surveyor, and also by General Manager Fergusson, and will travel overland by way of Campo, and return by the Julian route, inspecting carefully both routes, and noting such improvements as will be necessary to make a good stage and wagon road between this place and San Diego. The party will number from twelve to twenty persons.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
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A ROAD TO THE DESERT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
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 particulary 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 river to the deep rich soil of the desert is going to result in the biggest success that has been known in this country of wonderful successes, and accompanying that feeling there is another, and that is than unless the people of San Diego and the board of supervisors do something in the uniting line, someone is going to get left, and someone is the people who do not act. The chamber of commerce committe is ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley 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&amp;gwell, Cal. £
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
How to reach the Imperial Settlement in the New River Country Take the Southern Pacific train for Flowingwell, which is located about 190 miles east of Los Angeles. You can get good hotel accommodations at Flowingwell at the McCaulley House. The McCaully Stage Line, with good teams and rigs, will take you to any part of the valley. Total expense of trip from Los Angeles, about $25.
Foot and Mouth Disease [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Foot and Mouth Disease New York., April 27.— According to a Herald dispatch from Vienna, two Austrian scientists, Professor Loeffler and Dr. Uhlenruth, announce that they have discovered a serum wlilch will protect animals against the foot and mouth disease. The serum affords animals inoculate with it immunity for from four to eight weeks against attacks by tho disease.
Will Re-establish Business [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Will Re-establish Business San Juan, Porto Rico, April 27. — Manuel Arguezo, who failed For $350,000, will probably be able to re-estab-lish himself in business. Senior Arguezo's firm is one of the largest commission houses in Humaco. The assets of the firm have not yet been made known, but It Is believed they are sufficient to meet all the liabilities. Other failures are expected and their cause is attributed to the stringency of money. Bankers here estimate the per capita circulation of money i.i Poito Rico at $2.
Under Hill's Control [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Under Hill's Control Denver, Colo. — The Republican says: James J. Hill and his associates will, by June 1, have control of the Colorado and Southern, Fort Forth and Denver City, and probably the Colorado Midland railroads. A representative of Mr. Hill left Denver for Fort Worth last Tuesday with Frank Trumbull, president of these three roads. It is said that tKe new director in the Fort Worth and Denver City read will be a representative of Mr. Hill. From Fort Worth, Mr. Trumbull will gi, to New York, where the details of the combination will be settled.
Ber Sluicing. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Ber Sluicing. Father— You beard my daughter sing last night? Artist— Yes. Father— Did you observe the birdlike quality of her notes? Artist— Ah— er— there are so many kinds of birds, don't you knowY- People expect much from Garfleld Tea, and they are never disappointed; it cures stomach, liver and bowel disorders and cures constipation and sick headache.
Boys Charged With Murder [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Boys Charged With Murder Arkansas City, Kans. — Clyde Moore and Charles Botts, aged 15 and 17 years respectively, were arrested, at their homes here on the charge of murdering C L. Wiltberger, a farmer at Winfield. Ten days ago Wiltberger was shot and instantly killed while driving along a country road. The evidence against the boys is circumstantial.
MINES AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
MINES AND MINING The Croesus company at Randsburg, operating the Pinmore mine, is expecting to put in a cyanide plant of forty to fifty tons' capacity within sixty days. They have a dump of tailings to commence work on, roughly estimated at from 7000 to 9000 tons. The recent milling of the Butte mine at the Red Dog mill, Randsburg, resulted in four handsome gold bricks, valued at $10,300, the product of 75% tons of ore — an average of $136 per ton. J. A. Patton and W. B. Everett of Los Angeles are in Mojave on a prospecting trip among the mines In that locality. During the week J. H. Underhill, superintendent of the Mojave Mining and Milling Company, attended an important meeting of his compay in Los Angeles. Important matters connected therewith still hold him there. Those interested in Colorado mining and residing in Los Angeles are of the opinion that the report of the Golden Fleece mine in Hinsdale county again being in bonanza ore, shows the possibilities of the group. This rep...
The North Pole. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
The North Pole. The north pole Is the mathematical point at the northern termination of the earth's axis. Whether land or water be there the phenomena of the Bun during the polar day or of the stars during the night would Indicate Its position. 'And was every one of you seasick coming over?" "Oh, yes; we were all in the same boat."— Philadelphia Bulletin. The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's tasteless Chil Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No cure — no pay, Price soc
HOW'S THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
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