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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 21 March 1902

Wells of Southern California. Among tho papers on Irrigation prepared by tho Unltod States (Joolog lt-al Hiirvry now In pro**, but not yot published. Is ono on tho "Wells of Hotithcm California" by J. I). Uppln cott. In his letter of tniruimlltal, I*. 11. Nowcll, hydrographor In charge Bays: "Tho results aro Instructive, as Knowing what may !>«• done In other parts of tho United Suites undor favorublo conditions of cltmuto and noil, and have peculiar Interest In any coiimderatlonH of tho extent to which Uio arid land can ultimately bo v cloomod by Irrigation. "Tho region discussed In tho San Ilcrimrdlno valley In Southern Cali fornia, which luih an area of GG3 Bquard miles, and lies Mouth and west of tho Sierra Mudro and Han llornar flluo mountains. Illversldo and Kcd lands aro the content of fruit produc tion. Up to elevallous of 2000 feet the relatively high lands aro free from front, and tho relatively low lands are Biioject to It. The ulstlnctlvo crop of San Bernardino valloy...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 21 March 1902

10 Cxpertt to Reform the Water Rioht laws. A sensible move Is being made by tho Water and Forest Association to havo a competent commission start In to prepare a new code of Irrigation laws to ho submitted to the State legislature. The commlMlon to draft n code of Irrlsation laws In accordance with repolntlons passed by the last two mooting* of this Association. Is al most complete. As It stands. It would probably be Impossible to find In the Tnlted States men better qualified by experience for the work they are to do. With the single exception of Chief JuMlce Neatly, who may yet be per suaded that he can serve his State on the* commission without Interfering with his other duties, every person re quested to act has signified his will- Ingnc** to do so. A letter from Elwood Mead promis ing his help Is printed In this Issue. One can not read much about Irriga tion without running Into the name of Klwood Mead, and on any examina tion of the subject at all It becomes evident thai Mr. M...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 21 March 1902

ii Companies ar Imperial Canal System i :; California Development Company :: jj d CAPITAL STOCK, $1,250,000 [\ •• OFFICERS f » *• A. H. HEDER. Pres. &. Oen. Mar. R, T, PERRY. Secretary *f « « C. R. ROP.KWOOD. First VlccPres. W. T. HEFFERNAN. Treasurer • # J j F. C.PAULIN. C. R. ROCKWOOD. T * • Second Vice-president Bunt and Chief Enalneer «t* * » OIRECTORB 4* « I A. H. HEOER J. W. BWANWICK F. C. PAULIN « • H. W. BLAIBOELU %>. £ WflflWftl C> "' ROCKWOO ° r- | ' • * •J» This company was incorjwrated under the laws of the state of New Jersey for the purpose of constructing a canal system by taking « » ■ ' water from the Colorado River in San Diego County, California, and utilizing the same for irrigating a large tract of arid land in San •* * ' Diego county — conveying the water to such land through Lower California, also for irrigating a large tract of land in Lower California. */ m t In order to place this extensive system on a mutual basis in conformity with the laws of Ca...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 21 March 1902

12 ltraQCm TtMASX OX XBW RITUI IS TO* mriRIAL BtTn.KMrTT9. Machinery and Eledrial (o. | MACHINERY |! GAS ENGINES. ETC. i: 351-3 N. Main Street, - Los Angeles ii THE 0 tr COVERALLS m SHIRTS BROWHBTEIN, NEWMARK & LOUIS, Maker. LOS ANGELES. CAL. ————^ WHOLEBALE | GROCERIES, CIGARS I AND TOBACCO | LOS ANGELES, CAL. it San Francisco Office, 123 California Street | ■ • ''' Union - ! "^*" Overalls COHN, OOLDWATER & CO., Honufoctururs. IMPKRIAL PRICKS «OLD I1ICKORY" WAGONS rillAVll V IRO.\I:D-5I:I.I:CII:D TIMBER MooNGrai waoon on itir market U^ ■ i, % |lßh ■'$" 2 : \\ SMtftCTPRffK? 1 } 1 B.fe»j;n illillltf / floiiliimil mJ f*li^i^B » W I Li^ rU-*«- •^^Olv:O l v : iiH| • ■ - ; -ji Hr *•* » PBr njj :\. ■ , r/J ■ " VHwinli^M- " ■ "" : ' r 11?1 1? If 11 t(J *'i ■■*11" 1> "P IT 'lM| \% M ■ ■ » I ■^' II 11 Ajßr I _m m^^lL »- J >LB % v ■ <fc vwS^^r I V Ti * i ■ VN..I II \ Tr sf ■ vW / v I X -sr-Jsr I ■ D E. P. BOSBYSH ELL " >S C A A N « ELES 132 North Los Angeles Street VEIIICL...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

VOL. I. Imperial Catechism. A few weeks ilncc the Imperial l«nnd Com pany Issued a neat little booklet entitled "Im perial CntufhlHin." it contained jwycntyrnlno question* regarding tho Imperial Settlement* and tho Imperial Conn] System. Tho Imw being exhausted, a second edi tion with revisions and additions In Iwued bringing down to dnto the information con tained therein. Following arc Home of the new questions and answers to bo found In the rovlßod edition: Where are the Imperial Settlements? The Imperial settlements are located on the Colorado Delta, about sixty miles west of tho Colorado River, and extending from the Inter natlonpl boundary line northward. Why are they called Settlements Instead of Settlement? IlccaiißC this country Ih divided Into three sections by tho New and Carter Rivers. The principal settlement at the present time Is located between these two rivers. Eventually there will bo about 200.000 acres of land Irri gated In Mils'' subdivision. Central in this tra...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

2 ANCIENT IRRIGATION. IRRIGATION PRACTICED IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN, EGYPT, GREECE, ASSYRIA, BABYLONIA, CARTHAGE, LOMBARDY, FRANCE, SPAIN. SICILY, ALGERIA, PERSIA, CHINA. INDIA AND ELSEWHERE. IN k SOUTH AMERICA BEFORE THE CHRISTIAN ERA, IN MEXICO AND ARIZONA WHERE IRRIGATION RUINS NOW EXIST OF IRRIGTAION WORKS CON STRUCTED AGES AGO. A MOST COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF ANCIENT IRRIGATION WORKS Ancient Irrigatica. Clesson S. Klnney. In Irrigation Ape: That Irrigation U a very an clcnt art and that it was practiced by the former nation* of th«? earth upon a mnM magnificent sralc. there can be no possible doubt. Historians and other writer* differ 'considerably *» to when the art was first practiced. Some writers have placed It* first lo cality In China, some in India, and some In Armenia: ether* have placed the first inception of the art among the ancient nation* aloug the shores of the Mediterranean; ethers with the Inca* of Peru, and still others with the Nahua nation* which Include the Tol ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

t nl riff! them were In ninny ways highly Cltllltod. Cnn.ih of Great Length. Sum,, nf tho QcqUCdUCtl were of great length. OflO of which trnv<*r*o<| the dUtrict of Condfftuyon measured nearly fivo hutidreil miles. The water wan brought from some lako or unttirnl reservoir In tho heart of tho iiiMiuiiiiliiH; and iilho additional tap' piles were obtained at Intervals from other luimliim that lay on Its route. I'rrncott rotnarkis "Canals nnd Mi qiMiliK I H \vc|i' m ill CTOflftlng til' 1 lowlands in all dlroctlons, and spread- Ing over tho country like a vast net* work, diffusing fertility nnd beauty around them." Most of the work of the hints ha* been allowed to go to decay by th" later Hpaulfh conquerors of that cotintrv« In sotno spots the waters arc still left to flow in their hllent channels, whose windings nnd sources Ini vo boon alike unexplored. Other*, though partially dilapidated and Closed with rubblHh, ntlll betray their course by occasional patches of fer tility. Such...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

4 Mammoth Storage Rescnoir. A pfwHlni dl*patrh from Phoonl*. ATUnna, to the Ijo* Anuolea Expftfti. Rlvrp tho following account of what In proponed In the wajt of n Morage . . . rearrvolr In A?ir.ona: To aid In building thr largrM re ncrvoir In th» world. And to provide for tho Irrigation of more than 600. 99$ bctoh of land. mo*t of uhlch l» now given o\cr to desert, beside 100.- O00 acre* of land on tho I*lma In dian reservation. IMI U asking congress to appropriate $1,000,000. A pet 1 '' 011 him been forwarded to \Va*h!nsion asking for the -*«!•■ <,f an art rnahiing Marlcopa etiunty. Arltona. to limuo lwnd» to the amount of I2.&O0.0O0. a MM bollctrd to bo Tic i. nt to provldo for tho pro ject under contemplation. Tucwlay a bill »** >cnt to Ari zona'n dciogate In congn^* asking that $1,000,000 lw» given by the na tional government to partially pay for tho work. Tho site proposed for the great darn ll on the Salt Rlvor, In the mountain*, about flxty miles north- MM of Phoen...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

BUILDING OF RAILROADS NOW THE MAIN PROBLEM TWO SURVEY PARTIES LOOKING UP ROUTES IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS MEET IN IMPERIAL. The railroad Hitjiatiou U Mich an to please nil who are looking for the rapid development of Imperial valley. The very rare occurrence of the meet ing of two railroad survey parties running linen at right angle* wan one of the event* of the pant week at Im perial. J. 11. Mather wnn running the pre liminary survey for the Imperial and Gulf roatl from the Southern Pacific Hue to Imperial when he met here 11. T. Richards, who is running the Hue for the San Diego and ICastcru road, the former running almost due south and the latter almost due cast. Mr. Mather has made a very satis factory preliminary survey, reporting no obstacles in his path. There will be a few Hinall bridges, but the grad ing required will be very slight. Start ing at Old Heach, three miles west of Kluwiugwell, he found it necessary to bend a little west of south to avoid New river, and after croo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

6 Imperial Press AND FARMER PttbUfthcri each Saturday at Imperial. San nifpo County. Ctl.« by IMNRIM PRESS riIBUSNING CO. IDGIR r. nOHI Maiuttr. SIBSC BIP1I0S: . Our )f*r .... $1.50 Sh Mo«th» • ... JS ! ADDRESS: iMrstMUi I'kk.v!, Ini|»er' iai. San Dics?o County. Cat. r.ntrtr.l at th* tmpwrUl. Call tot «>a IVwuoftc* t« »f.on,u;j» mail mitM SATURDAY. MARCH 1902.1 I*. K. MmHM who pick* wort!* nut «.f the K«clc Bird'* mouth for the Lot Angelc* Time* ■ ltd »lrtup* • Mr m out in jingling r^t»*. va>» that one of the r* '*d» til Lot Aujrlf* •?!• a tqpe and ooi»tnm» Committee INI Weed*.*' Hut tltrT can't find weeds in Los Aiipeles big euuosb to put the committee on. I*rt !tnj>cri*l ftirm*h the weed* — ten to twenty feet high am) there will be Bocommodatious for all. The commit tee mm can climb these with eaMr. or the committee can bf»!nni(; upon the weed* in picturesque fe*ti*ou». which jiu-h: t»e a \<i\ appropriate u>e t«» put v me Loa Aiigel* committees !■■- I^t Mother «ru&l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

BUJMAKI: TOWN SITE The town of Illuelakc U a reality. Heretofore whatever linn exUteri there ha* been of n *|H>ntnucou-. production, the beauty of the *->ot proving an at* tructlvc force. Now platin urc outlined for making of the place a town with definite form, nml work will proceed on the hnftift that the town will become a plcanure retort for people from all portion* of the valley, while it prom* Uc» to become a bu*inc»a place of im portance for the HutithtvcAtrrn corner of the valley. The towiit»itc occupies all of section 16, with the projected buninct* quarter in the center of the section, through which the main street will run cant and went. A boulevard 120 feet wide will entirely nun-omul the lake, with a park lying between the boulevard and the %-/atcr. Plat* will lie prepared for the town immediately and lotn will be of* fercd for »ale early iv April.with price* on a sliding scale. There arc now a number of people residing in tent* around the lake, with a store estab...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

8 Trapptnoona Texas Farm A I>xa« Trapper write* for Kami «nd Ranch: During tm expeience iv trapping I Could not fail to ucte the anxiety of the fat mini; cla%* to know more about methods of capturing the animals that roam through the forest, field and prairie, as evinced by the many question* asked me. I never re fused to impart the desired information when the time was at command. This method is therefore adopted to uive Information to all readers of Farm ami Kauch who mat feel interested In the subject. The expert trapper knows that through the late fall, winter and early opting month*' there is a sure source of revenue »o reward his industry. The winter coats of the otter, beaver, mink, 'coon, *po»>»um, wildcat, skunk, wolf, etc. arc iv demand in the markets, ami the farmer mho has learned the lesson of economy in so many way*, and who looks to erery resource, small as well large, that Mimumd him. has failed to contribute his part to the supply of laMiiouable fur*, except s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

Imperial Lands Indorsed. D. (1. Whiting writes the Callfornln Cultivator that ho ha* great faith In tho Imperial country, and that the fanners there laugh nt the dire predic tion* of tho government expert as to tho prevalence of alkali In quantities that will prevent tho growing of farm crops. Tho finest crops are growing now near tho town of Imperial. This portion of tho tract was marked on the government map as tho most unlikely portion of tho territory. If that part Is producing well there Is no doubt whatever of the adaptability of tho soil In tho vicinity of the lakes. When successful farmers Ilko Mr. Whiting speak well of these lands, without any interest In anything but his own farm, the future of that coun try Is assured. Ono who may wish to Invest In new lauds to farm under un tried conditions, should first thoroughly canvass the matter, but should not be discouraged In advance by adverse re ports. In portions of tho hullo lands most abounding In salts I saw tho finest crop...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

10 Not a Desert. wi.ai a Mewing It «outd lv* to the State of California If the Sacramento and 8«n Joaquln Vallcyn wore* do rrt*. They have too mufh nwlMuro to b(> called druerti*. and not enough to make dry farming profitable, Wm. K. Sm>thc\ trho \* touring tho State In an end^ator to **rou*e the people to the noc^Milty of taking Mepn to "build" tho SUie. recently *poke in Sa< ram< nto. The H<*rortM*ntoa rc»* poMf hl«» Rpoerh from which we clip \h« following extract: "Hero I* the problem for your en gineer*, your economist*, nnd your Mntenmcn. Think of the Sacramento Valley at* it would tx> if thM water supply were controlled and used as the EngUMi u?o the Gange* nnd tho Nile, as tho Italians uw tho l*o. or oven the Southern Californians u»e tho Santa Ana! My frl«n»<ln. there is water enough In tho Sacramento River to Irrigate 12.000,000 acrv*— more land than Is now irrigated In the rnltod State*. Think of it! It means a pop ulalion of at least 6.000,000 people ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

Companies srg Imperial Canal System California Development Company CAPITAL STOCK, $1,250,000 i OFFICERS F. C. PAULIN C. R. .ROCKWOOD. Second Vice-president Bupt end Chief Enalneer DIRECTORS This company was incorporated under the laws of the state of New Jersey for the purpose of constructing a canal system by taking water frntu the Colorado River in San Diego County, California, and utilizing the same for irrigating a large tract of arid land in San Diego county — conveying the water to such land through Lower California, also for irrigating s large tract of land in Lower California. In order to place this extensive system on a mutual basis in conformity with the laws of California, this company endorsed the plan of furnishing water only to mutual water companies incorporated to furnish water to their stockholders only at cost. The main canal system was so far completed that it was able to furnish water to be delivered to lands south of Imperial by the 15th day of June, 1901. No wa...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 29 March 1902

12 prrrtßriELn ktauc trxnos at vallixtto, *jt.v dih;o corvrv, wc*r or imtcrial. ESTAIILISiIUD l*»S. WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU J. C. WISEMAN. NOTARY PUBLIC 105 South Broad viy. Los Angtles, Cil. Ueadqunrr* for California Schra»l xa& Gotttnmtnt Land* La ad* for all panKWMf-locatrU m ii) C«st!irv Sh.vl I.»Bi« r^icifr c.ic»n.!i!.«'ti* '.oliuna ihrnot tnltiu!* them, and nut t» txkra a* aa ia«r*.ttarat. Scad mmp for Uod U«-v. *••••••••• »••••••••••• »-»^«< »»»»♦ ♦ I Winery aod electrical (o. | { MACHINERY | j GAS ENGINES, ETC. \ \ 351-3 N. Main Street, - Los Angeles : ♦ 4 mm A. V J^ jQI §^7*^3 bpVhd f^ a^LwBS rOVER ALLS Hi SHIRTS BROWNBTEIM, NEWMARK & LOUIS, Makers LOS ANGELES, CAL. ?) WhULtbALt w GROCERIES, CIGARS J I AND TOBACCO I I LOS ANGELES, CAL. 1 I San Proncisco Office, 123 California Street I tjneDVfeJ** Overalls Union i<> i+- JsMvcd. i - )G&k\ w^^_j^b rKHsflB ci n ci COHN, aOLOWATER & CO.. nanufacturer*. IMPKRIAL PRKSS "OLD HICKORY" WAOONS HEAVILY IR0NI:D-5l...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 5 April 1902

ITmperial Ifrreee AND FARMER. VOL. 1. Railroads for Imperial. It is a well-known fart that William 11. Carlson. ex-Mayor of San Diego, and re cently Special Commissioner of Railroads of Cuba, has devoted much time and study to secure the building of a railroad from San Diego to Yuma. He now declares that the money is promised to build that road and that in a very short time his plans will be given to the public. Upon request he gives the following statement relative to proposed railroad operations in this here tofore desert country: San Diego. Cal.. March 26. 1902. Editor Imperial Press— ln reply to your request for my views as to the railroad pos sibilities of the Imperial colony tract, I take pleasure in stating that in my opinion no agricultural section of Southern California has better prospects of securing several railroad lines in the immediate future. I cannot quote my authorities for my positive belief in the above statement. The Southern Pacific is quite likely to be the fi...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 5 April 1902

2 A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OASIS. MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT OF THE DESERT BY ARTE SIAN WELLS A CONSERVATIVE STATEMENT OF WHAT IS BEING DONE AT INDIO GREAT PROFITS OF THE CANTALOUPE BUSINESS -IMPERIAL IN LINE FOR SIMILAR BUT GREATER WORK. IMPERIAL BELIEVED TO BE THE BEST SECTION FOR MELONS AND EARLY FRUITS IN THE UNITED STATES. IMPERIAL WILL BE READY FOR THIS KIND OF BUSINESS EARLY IN 1903. The Loi Angeles Times Magazine of March 81 contains a lengthy review of what is ltrinK « t« >n •• in reclaiming the desert la the vicinity of Indio, in Egress and Panner believes that its readers will be Interested in the tacts tii -rein set forth, and hence reproduce tin. article la full together with the page ol illustrations accompanying the same IndlO and Imperial arc very similar in their climatic conditions and in the character of their soils, indio must for the present depend on artesian wells lor its supply of Ir rigation water, although at ■ not very distant date, probably the west branch of ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 5 April 1902

Wonders Wrought by Water in the Desert.

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 5 April 1902

4 so promptly into a IBCOTNM earrrr. It Ik estimated that there mv now L'.'.'i voters in the COAChetU Valley, and these represent proliably not less than T.Mi people. It almost goes without nayiug that I town is springing up at Coachella. It already has h general store, a blacksmith shop. employing three men. a lumber yard, a bud her shop, a restaurant, and three cottages. An i«e plant is to lie ready to furnish a supply for handling the forthCOm Ing crop A telephone line is build ing to ronncet Imlio and Walters, by way of Coaehella and Kokell (for merly Thermal Station). Through out the valley many bonnes are in course of ronstrueton — mainly of a ohe*p kind, but some of them run ning In cost as high as fgOC to $1000 each. They will furnish shelter to the Coachella farmers until some thing more commodious can lie con structed. The Temperature. The Objection which naturally arisen to settlement In the Coachella Valley is on account of the extreme heat. It does get very hot there in...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
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