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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 16 July 1904

OBSBRT LAND, FINAL PROOF— NOTICB FOR PUOLICATION. Department of the Ititi rl<>r, United Slate* Land orflce, Lo. Anifele*. Cat.. June Ifih. I mi. Notice |« hnrby tfl*en that TIIF.ODOHK I',. CHKHHKV of Impei Ml. Cil .. Im« filed notice of In trntiun lo make jir •»■/ on liU de«ert-land • l.i im No. 12IS. for the X «iof HK«4 f4ec. 6, Twp. 16 H. K. 14 K. H. 11. Mm l.efoie Ketfiatrr and Ue. relter at l.o« Antfelr*. Cal., on Thiu«<l.«) , the 4th •!•» of AuifuM, r«M. He name* the fnllowlnff wilne«»ea to prove the compute Irrigation and reclamation of «aid land: • Charles s*. Cre«»r, Jatnot Hutceln^M, Anton I'anek, J. 11. l'«i.«n it. . all of Imperial, Cal. A. J. CMi.OKSH A NX, Ketfinter. June i$ Jul> i\ DESERT LAND, FINAL , PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. United Statea Land O nice, Lou Angeles, Cal., June Mlh, r«O4. Notice U hereby if Urn thai J A MILS lIUTCIIINt'.S of liittterMl, Cal., .n-»irn. c of Al» in W. Miller, lm« filed notice of intention to make proof on hi* de«rrt-land...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 16 July 1904

COLORADO IRRIGATION Some Very Peculiar Conditions ILxistlnjr. Heavy Silt Deposits Choke Canal* - Alu«t Provide for (letting Water lloth on and Otf luind — Pump* Needed at Certain Points. In connection with the appointment of Homer Hamlin «»f thelteologkal >ur reytodinvl tlie c\»ii»tniclii»n work at Yuma, which comes under tin* National Irrigation Acl, Jutlgc Josvph 11. Kil»lx»y of AriX'tua, «ho is here in the interest of U»e Ynma Wntor I'scrs' A^«»»cution, naid In an interview rvpinling the work to W undertaken: "One i<-cu!uir fact in c*»n nee lion with Irrigation along the Colorado river is that daring June and July, when w.iter is most needed i the rwvr carries its heaviest volume of water. However, at this time of the jrear the river is heavily chanced with silt and it is almost im t*(tnsib!e to earn* the water wit to the land. After it 'is taken out the relocity of the moving wat«*r in the canal is less than that iv the river and the sill is reailily deposited and fill* up...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 16 July 1904

Hotellmperial IMPERIAL, - - CALIFORNIA MRS. I.AIIKA WATURS, Crop. pi s\ l^ltlli • tiaf "*'*'!* i I IFT 1l Mi '!; I i . ■ , »«— ' ■ hi -^^^^*"^"^ *•* t** »• "•* 1 1 • w • ■■■ -f—^m ,^^^^*^"* .*■ ■& FRl£!i BUSS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS EDGAR BROS. I | fij SELL KAFFIR CORN PLANTERS P H =^ ==i BLUE BIRD PLOWS U W DUTCH GIRL DISC HARROWS V M FLYING DUTCHMAN DISC PLOWS jpj And all lines of Moline Plow Goods )m/ Have the exclusive agency for the following: |j( 00 McCORMICK HARVESTING M X MACHINERY n W FRESNO SCRAPERS W H FISH BROS, and STUDEBAKER nr LIT And th* Rrnownrd WAGONS W Q Amr Fc" e Plckl WAUKEGAN BARBED WIRE X ill The best wire on the market L'J — ,— , I,— i. ..—.— i ——————— i - CHEAPEST PLACE TO BtIYJ GROCERIES, DRY GOODS CROCKERY, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, SHOES, Etc TWO BIG STORES VARNEY BROS. IMPERIAL AND BRAWLEY, CALIFORNIA i\M'i;klu, I'hkss i| HERE IS SOMETHING | I Charles W. Fernald I ll HAS TOR SALE CHEAP 1 j) One Frazcr Cart. One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I -2X | j| Wagon. ION...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 16 July 1904

Imperial i* the leading town in the fameil Itnperlal Valhy, larrntindw with an ngri* THIS TOWN OF cultural r*>iiutry fn^iml to none «>n earth, where Iho liiißluimlman make* all the way from $25 to flSprr year |>eracre, v aA arena nl for his lalior* Imp. ri.il i-. Ihe capital ol lh« Iltl|«rla1 Vftlloy, ami will Ih« lllfl county seal Of the M6W County of Imperial, when the legislature, in iti« wlmloui, crealos a now cutintv in thl» part H /l/l Wj Lh IZ^ I Ak I ** IVirtiPS ileslrlnit to nurchase business or reiildetice lots will llml they are far Iwlow n / f _ 11^ P _ tP^ II /m^ B prlct*e hi 'oilier Jew favoraole roninititiHlcs. mA. 1 Mm. m M n. a a m, v _7 y> QT htorature,* maps and further particulars, call on or a*l<lrcas , The Emerson Realty Co. CALIFORNIA w{} q A^ev, Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bid*., 132 S Broadway Imperial. Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. Brviwlov is locate I oil the iiiiporiai brunch »»f the 8 •titlicrn Pacific llallronil. It Is an Till; TOWN...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at th« center of the greatest Irrigated territory In America, In the heart of the Colorado deaert, San Diego county. Southern California, 67 lett below the level of the tea. Undar prat* ent canal*, 200,000 acres: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and land to be Irrigated by the National Government from tha tarn a grand Colorado river which will make a combined bodyof more than a million Irrigated acrea. THE QUESTION ALL STATED A Contested Statement in the "Herald" Brings Out Much Valuable Information Of What Each Side is Willing to Do-Full Text of Proposi tions From Each Perhapn never was innocent mistake — if m intake it wits— tho means of bring ing out more valuable information than ono that a pf wared in our esteemed co temporuny, the Imperial Herald in it* issuo of July 14. Referring to a con* fcrence of tin* Water liners' Committee with President Heber, of the C. I>. Co. in Los ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

July U. IttM. Toth* r«lif"?nia lV\do|>nicnt (\»in« pfcflj, and 1* S*cifilad do Yrrt^acMii y Tcrnm* do I* llaj* CallfoHft, |S*»* rifeUd Anonima\ «4 Stowell Hmld inp. I ** Angel**, o*l. Subject t«» thr approval of the IVvtrd oi Pirwton» of the Imperial Valley Wnter l*!»crV Aiwociatiou and subject to the Cnited States Government furnish ing the money to make this offer good, tc hereby offer to the California IV vclopment (Vunjvany an<l to its Mexican OotnpAny aU>\o named, the sum ol One million. Two Hundred ami Fifty Thousand IV»lUr* for all of their prop erty and asset* of every kind and character, including lan«l«, wat«r.water rights fani-hiM^. easement*, conccs* Mon* and moneyed or other obligations in their favor or owned, by them, in cluding all n<«t«i» ami v <»rt*:ai*<r« held by tlicm or cither of them. Our a**«via tion to accept such property subject to the lodebtednem of the California De velopment Com pony and it? Mexican Company, U-th doAtinc ainl l»»nde*l. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

DBOERT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. UliitCil Htati'M Ijuhl Oillt'c, lam AtiwWn, Cal., Junu liitli, lIXII. Notiio in li«ir«liy Kivon that lIKNKY C. HOAX of I .<»* Aiikclch, Cal., liiim fllwl notic«t of inUuitioii to iiiuki* proof on lilm «lvwrt*lnml claim No. I.'WH, foi thu NW 1-4 of NW 1-4 Bee. 4, Tp. ni h, k. 13 X H. n..M. ( Ixifort* ('. s. Comniltaioner F. O. llavtiiiii at hiit ollicu at Imitoriul, Cal., on WiHlnemlay, thu tfrtl day of AiiKUNt, 11X)4. lilt linilM'H tllU follow'llK uitllC'fffM'M to prove thu complvto irri|<utiuii ami rccla ination of Maid land : Harry Vamlcu lleuvol, 11. J. lla|K!> man, Willwr Clark, 11. It. Kylu, all of lni|*urial, Cal. A. J. CitooKftifANK, HcKintor. Fund 18-S.VJuly 2-9-16-2KJO DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Htateti l*und Office, \a>h Angclcx, Cal., Jtiuu 15th, U»M. Notice la hereby given tImtCIIAItLKS 8. LOMHAUI) of 11.-illandy, Cul., iihh- Knee of llrrlnrrt L. Hrown, liiim lilcd no- tice of int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

FOR PUBLIC MORALS Town Meeting at the M. B. Chuncn Wednesday Etenlnx Tho maw mcelinp We<ln«*day nijiht at the new Mftthoditt church on Ninth street was largely attcmlod by influen tial citizen*. The meeting «m brought together by the following call ! *'Town Meeting — tho people of Im perial will awmble in ma» inwling in the Methodist church on Ninth Mreet Wednesday evening at 7:30, for the purpos* of diftcuwing to«n matter*. Come oat and propose anything ywt mar believe in for the good government of Imperial. F. N. Ciuru?c Hoc* W McCafllkv S. O. Loxt> \V. A. Edoak Gbo. Varnky Cn»i>. A. (Unnvta J. R. Smasjoii Cu*i». FKax.%un 11. A. F. Miixta F. A. Makes H.C. Rkki». F. N. Chaplin called the assemblage to order. S. O. I»nj: was elect*! chair man and H. C. Ke«d clerk. Mr. Long stated the object of the gathering, after which he called for eiprts^Mons on the subject from tbofio present. Frank A. Marvk presented a resolu tion calHxig for the establishment of a municipal dispensary...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

PROI lISSIONAI. CAKOS HN. I>YKK.ATrORNKY-AT-LA W, i • Impoflfll, Cfti. ContrftcUAlKl legal (mpOffof allkindu carefully exoctit***!. DC. MacDOIJCAL, AITOUNKY-AT • Uw, Will practice in nil thu courtn of the Hati*. Ollice, corner I»th Nt. and llti|ior* ial live., IMI par ittl| Cal. p N. nUULBIGH) ATTOIiNEY AT * * Law, lni|M-rial, ('iilifiimia. Abstract cortiflcatu of title to all pro- ixtrty in Kan Dingo County, protected l.y $l()0,0(K) fully paid up Capital Stock/ [nsuraiico—Cotiveyaiiciiigi CARR, STKARNS AND HWKKT, ■ Attornuyfl at Law, lui|>erial, Call* fornia. Practise in nil the CourtN of the State ami before the United KUiteH Itegister. Ijtml law, final priM>fH and contests of denert lund on tries a B|>ec!aHy. pvR. (J. T. (SRKKNI.KAF, IMIYSI- *-'ciaii and Surgeon, Holton, Cal. RJ. WALK Kit, DOCTOR DKNTAL • M«:dicine. Plate work a specialty. In Hrawley from lot t«» Bth of each month, and in linjKirijil from Bth to l«t. jyi B. KKTCIIMM, M. I)., I'HAR.I). *"• OciiliMtand ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

BRAWLEY C. C. IlimUiuri loft TuraUjr for Crip- P U Cft*k, Colo, R. Alltn ami *>n left this week for thtir former home in lowa. Workmen have commenced to lay the pipe for the wator work*. J. H. Viiw»!> has re-le*wd the Dia mond Hotel for a fow months. Jack Reynolds ha* returned from a thr*e-wock««' rbltln 1-tfs Angeles. Died— Monday night, m:e*l nino days, the ton of Mr. and Mrs. James (». Klllt. Mrs. K. J. Cayce left Wednesday for Ix* Angeles, to attend to tomo lmslnnu matters. W. K. reaeicj left Thunwlay for I/*s Anceles, where he will visit his wife, who is spending the summer there. Mr«. Bdith Meador ipent n pleasant day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wood, at their home tooth -west of Brawley. The excavation alongside McNVar's new warehouse on the east, caused by removing the earth for filling for the floor's foundation, has been filled with water by the boys ami furnishes a first class swimming tank. Roy Keener, bookkeeper in tha Im perial Valley Bank, who haa been very i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

HEBER Cliannry and Charley Lake hnvn ar rived In lli'lht from Sun hi<x". They will join their brother Henry at bin lanch. C*l?Zl!^JMntjrlJ7^ y hitint| are harvest* ihtf tlu*lr wheat, which in of lino quality but Imdly Injured by tin* wind. Phillip \V. ItnMikH Ihim liin crop nil liarvcatml and roportil a good yield for a first crop. ll»' IcAVCJJ thin u< rk f>tr Hnl bindN, U'hure ho will flux for a (inns go» inu Ironi there to San Diego. Will roturn about the (irHt nf Bepteml)er to K'-t bin land ready for next year's crop. Will Cline in able to Ik; out au'nin after a few tvuukiT Hliicmh, the result of being kicked by v liortie. 1 1 in I<^ vrna badly lacerated and barely escaped be* ing broken. It. 11. AiiHtiu ban the t\rt*t barn in I lt»lxjr. Tin' now hortiu, Chub, lookH tin* picture of contentment in hi* nice rdntdy quarters and the other eqiiiiica about town I'n.k with envious even toward their comfortable uei^blH>r white they nUuul outxidu in the sun. Heber is gettin...

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. — 23 July 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS u'ii.ti»iDiiT»ipu« at iMriiuuctu, »r IMPERIAL PRESS CO. SUBSCOTTtON One Year .... $1.00 Bit Months .... .00 Thr*e Monti.? .... ,33 Single Copica .... .05 DO NOT ftBND STAMPS IN PAVMUHT BNTORBD as Second ci.ass mattek SATURDAY. JULY 23. IWM. ______________ ■ ' i ' * ' ih ~ j A4-Wat.li tto »«kcHrttM dmf on j oar p*p*r. It -.111 *• •t»rf*d •* IMt U-M unlf »• toontt r«- A 4" No crt-U* lor l*v_l BOtice*. Pa » rotnl matt to* mad* oB or brfor* drli«er.T of *&«**» it of ' P-Micatio-. . i For President: THKODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vice-President CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana A "NEW COUNTY" CLUB. One of the necessities of Imperial's future is a new county. We are too far from the county seat for convenient and efficient business with it. It takes too much time and costs too much to go there to refer to it all the matter* that ought to be submitted to the county seat. For this reason matters are left undone, many a legal wrong uurigbted because it is cheaper to ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

IMPERIAL Railroad Change. Train timn has slightly changed, so thai trains now leave for Old Beach at 3.27 a. in. and 1.40 p. in. They aro duo to arrive at 7.25 a. in. and H. 05 p. m. Cnloxico timu nearly cories|>«ndii with this, as tho same trains arrivo from and COUtlliUO on to that place. Malls Arrive and Depart AKKIVKrROM I CLOAK FOX (•) I«oa Anf ft Ira ami U)I«o* AnifHt* and ihrwrM 7 am writ I2:U) A i:l» pm (») New iirlrjn« and (a)Ntw Orlrana and lh««a«l 1:15 am «a«t 12:0) A o:M»|im (a)llrawl«r 7 am (a)llrawler U:.v» i>m (ti)llollTllU 10 am • <.t HoUville 10 am (b)Calnico lUam (b)CaUilc. 10 am (I. MLW 3:30 pm (bISIUbre 4:15 pm (e)llrailtmonre 10 am (c)U radtmtMir* iu.un 'a! Dally. (»>) Yw»AA\*.'VUi>r%>\a\% and Sat* ■ fdaya. (c) Irregular, no »che«lule. (d) Oallj • mcrpl Similar. i'utUufflce liuuri 7 a. in. to ":iO p. m., Siiuil.t.i* 9 |o 10. Men's outing suits at Varnoys 1 . tf Judgo MacDougal hu* gone to I<os Angeles for a few days. Window shades, mattresse...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

CALEXICO A number of Southrru lflcific hitfli onlcis.lt, with a »«i>o*mal train, were view in£ the grounds of the contemplated iin provoment* here nn«l «»n tho other *id«* of tho border on \Vcnlnc*»liiy. In c«»n« oection with their visit it i* *t.<t..l on pood authority thnt after lh«» yard work it complcto^l. the work w ill N» o»>nti: ue«l on toward Ynnm. A new station '.- .»!-' to N* imroe*liatrly con^tructi^l here. J. Vaughn, of tho firm of Water* «& Vauchn, ha* *ui>vi i> «lo«l to the entlru in* tere»t of the firm. Mr. Wnlrr* will continue in the employ of Mr. Vaughn. C. N. Terry, of the California iVvel opment Oontpany, i* on a month's vaca tion. He will vi«it lx«!« Angeles and San Francifcoou hi* trijv Donahue A lV>we, known a* the Ca le.xico Mercantile Co., an* erecting a building 24x75 feet on the lot recently purchaM-d hy them south of the I". S. custom house. They will in*ta! a stock of general merch.indi««<». Justice Hoffman ]..*» '»•<-•:; unusu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

S. P. OFFICIAL VISIT Ocneral nml Division Officer* View the I. A 0. Branch. A Hut' train itf I'iiUimhii- iM'iirin^ it party of hi^li nml division of* flcora of tllO Houthorn Pacific Kaihvny Co. CAtllO down U'l'ilnrnihiy UVUIIIIIK and proceeded direct to Caluxico. Tin? party included Vicu President Krtittmrlinitt of Chicago, Markhnin of Han Frauci*c<», and Bti|Mirinioitclont In* k'ruin mid ArtfliHUuit Hupt. Mcliovurn of l/m An^eleM. Tho |nir|Mi**«- wait nominutly to in* ■poctf but tUI COliflidoniblo ifl doinx and ntill more exptfrttfd of thin branch, it in bn|M'il their viwit lium further Migiiifi* en i ice. A Htntion in to be built at once ut Culexico, and from that |»oint tilno Held work in being extended eastward to ward Vuma. How hooii tliin in to Ik; followed by actual construction i.* not inadis known, but that Mtuge of the work in evidently being prepared for. The party remained only about an hour at the terminus, returning then to Old Beach. YUMA RECLAMATION PROJECT Party ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

Live Stock and Dairy NOTES Rutt«r making nt the lm|>rr»ftl crt»atn fry is on the incrvawv The output thi» fall it oiprctc%l to bo very larp*. It i!» thr hungry, p.^.irly fe«l *>w tlial eatf her pip 1 - When well fed and pn»|> crly cared for they Oioally make eiw»d mothers and g«x>l pnckler*. Hrood sow!* should giro au apun<lan«t* of $oo>\ milk. It i* nnbosinemiiko lo attempt to ml*«? pig* if tl>on« i* dfttigf r of losing a tx>rtion of thr lit tor. K\ % ery owner of a dairy cow should l«o car«ful about the water that i* given her.* It pays to settle every drop of water used for watering dairy stock. The California Ijvo Association is preparing for a repreaentaUvo exhib it in the northern i«irt of the state of the l»est example* of the leading beef breeds. The train service to Heber and Calex ico ha§ atreadr revolulionizeil the cream carrying from the lower valley, it now coming up by car* instead of team to the creamery here. Shade and water is essential in im...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

Hotellmperial IMPERIAL, - - CALIFORNIA AIRS. LAURA WATI-RS, Prop. FREE BUSS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS WE HAVE ADDED Another Article To Our Line of BUILDING MATERIAL I We now carry a large stock of BUILDING PAPER We have subtracted nothing from the pains we have always taken to please our customers, and 1 we have multiplied our stock by a great many f| carloads of lumber U Therefore we can fill your bill 1 NOW Don't forget that we are sole agents for the ELATERITE ROOFING "IT NEVER WEARS OUT" (Trade Mark] YARDS AT IMPERIAL (main office) BRAWLEY HEBER IMPERIAL LUMBER AND COMMERCIAL COMPANY Pioneer Hotel MKS S. MOLLKU, Proprietor Cor. Ninth iuul J. Sat. MEALS 25 CENTS Short Orders at all hours— 3o and 35c LM-meal ticket for $.. p >. hodgimj 25c up- Now iuul modern equipment. i\in;m.w, l»llBMfl l! HERE IS SOMETHING | I Charles W« Fernald | !| HAS FOR SALE CHEAP I | One F r razcr Cart. One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I -2X | { Wagon. IONX Light 2-Horsc Wagon. 3 Sets of jj y Heavy Chain Harness....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 23 July 1904

Imperial i* the leading town in the famed Imperial Valley, surrounded with an ntfri- TMll TOWN OF cultural country second li» none on earth, where the hu*haudman Iliakea all the way from !•*• to M'• \"-t wiit |-»i acie. nn a r«>ward for hi- laUir. Imperial Is the capital of the lm|x>rial Valley, and will 1..- the county -.at of the new County 01 Imperial, when tho U'glilaturo, In Its wlsdoiif,crcalosaii(jw county In thin part I/l/l llj I] < H_3 [J /\ M lyrUri denlrlhg to nurcliaso business or residence lotw will find they are far Mow /W H\l [I 1^ If /W U prir.j* 111 other lens favorable coiiununUie*. A. * m> X * M m a m. ~ -t For literature,* inapiaiiil furthor^jwrtlctilarfi, call on or address j The Emerson Realty Co. CALIFORNIA w> ()< Q^^uv t Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 132 S Broadway Imperial, Cal. Lou Angclc*. Cal. Hruwloy i^ locato<l o>i the Imperial branch <>f the S Mithern Pacific Railroad. It 1m an TMII TOWN OF embryonic city...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'uhll.hfd •( thf te nier of the gr«-«»*.t irrigated ttt riior> In Amcrk-. in the fir «r i M the Colorado desert, San Mt%n county. Southern California, 67 tot below the level of the Ma. Under pr«t* entcanali, 250,000 acres: under Irrigation •/•(em when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and Un.l to be Irrigated by the National Government from the iim a grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acre*. JULY 26 SHOULD UK Oil; nerved hy lm|icriul Valley a* a day of rejoicing for all time, for that day hint nettled the most iiu|N. riant question that can ever occur to uh, and willed it amicably and hap pily. It has laid forever a discussion that hud grown l<> alarming pro|*Ortioilß, restored couHdeucu if any lacke<l it, and started a new era of activity and pros* perity tt|iiul to the puliniext dayH of itH prtiHjHToun bcgilllliilg. The day of the conference between President ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY A >nn l»icj;o Wife Make* I nplcn*nnt l>i.vn\cry at Imperial At tins Hotel TticlmiSonday vrasrrg* ist«»»sl "Mn». K. IKtdtfOj S,ui Dicpv" Behind th:i! lv»« a pitiful M««ry. Firo yoara afio Mrs* ll<»ljfo was Mi** Mrliirrny, daughter *»f « San Dirgo tncitltant. >ho inarriinl Mr. lloil^t*, n clerk in liCf father** More. At the Mine time wa«» n\*o there Miss ll>i?ati f a clerk in Ujo same store l«atcr, in Uic di\oi oiuucnl of Imperial, House and Mim llogan came lwrte and cUrkol t«v*thfr in a Ut»:o the former a-* sales^ man, the latter as c;i.*lii»r. Thr woman l«i>*H>l here as lialf»*t»ttr ol 1 1 *•» I jc**» and they roomed in tlic *axuo Imiiw, their Mip"p»«H>l relationcliip maki: g it apj«ar cnlly pr\>iM-r. Thcttifo rcntaincd lit Jsm Oiejjo and her. has band \i«itt>l her at Limes, the ln>t time in May, kissing her affection* ally at parting. Sunday mornins Mr*. H«xlpf arrive«l here a? ht.itt>l and inquired for her hus band. He was i»u...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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