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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

CALEXICO - Dr. \v. T.j iioff.riiun returned from I*on Amk«'l«* Monday ui^lil. H. F. MctXilifttd, who reflfdfM on No. 0 Imi ntttirtiod from \ahi Aii^ulhm. . K. H. Mct'olltim, who Itnn bvotl in \jw AngolMi reliirm-d here Wo<lnciiday. HtMior* A. J. Klorei nnd Guillermo Andrado, Mexican oflictmlfl, were in town TncHilny. F. C. I'anlin, of thu hnperlftl land Co , wiih doing buiiiie«fl in the border town Tuesday. Now Illvnr lian Hiil>nidc<l to 11 narrow clmuiiul, hut tho mud will prevent eusy croHning for a few dttyi yet. Do<il & KiH-kwiMNl lmv« been grading tht) lotfl Mouth of (he lin |H-riul Mercuu* tial Cob. ntore, where adol>eti huve l>c«;n made. \C. N. IVrry, one of the local renre fMsnUtivcM of tho California Develop* Ilieilt (»., who hait Ihmmi enjoying a vacation "iii Hid»«," made a Hying trip here Monday night. S Guillermo Andrade ntated recently that on bin last two trips to Calexico he hail itold forty lot« on tin? Mexican nidc. Thin ia htihNtautiul evMenc...

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. — 30 July 1904

BRAWLEY Mrs. J. 11. Viwcri is flill very ill. Mr. And Mn>. James O. Ellis were iv Imperial Moudaj. TlM»*John»on l»n»thcr* were down to Imperial Monday. R«t. Me Allen was an Imperial visitor the first of the week. Thomas O'Hrien vm down to U»o water meeting Monday. I»uis Leo, of Codv A I-*** 1 furniture dealcrt), was doing Imj^rial Monday. J. 11. YisMrs haseloj«c<l his rtvtatirant on accoant of the *icknc*s in hi* family. C. Hauck, the hardware man. was up to Uic mooting at Imperial Monday afternoon. An excilinc personal conflict occurred Thursday in Heard* ftnr* lM?tween Mr. Heard and one of his clerks on one side and a customer named Smyth on the other. Smyth had ondervd a lantern, which upon being produced he claimed was not up to specifications and words followed between him and the clerk, which resulted in the latUr being struck by the irate customer, whereupon Mr. Heard himself coming to the rescue, was also put out of the ritig and knocked down in short order. Smyth is a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

HEBER • Burl Helxsr wnn in town Thursday on business! K. S. JuniiHon is inii|n'ii n feed yard here after a little. Jacob Btotier han Hold tevuritl yoni^ uiuk'M to Hlimlkcll of Holtville. The work train made a trip over the road to Caluxico Sunday to mco if any re* pairH were needed. , (Joo. S. Irvin leaves WedneMlay for bin old homo in Aledo, 111. He will re turn to tie valley early in Hepteiiibcr. I'roMiH'clinx i» l»iin^' done in the mountains by Mexicans from thin local ity. It t- *uid they have Home properties in view. . Jacob Rtoner left Friday for Corona to Hjirnd several dayH. Clarence Mc- Dainil in l<M>kinK after the business at the ranch while he \h aw ay. Kay W. NicholH and (iiiy I*.. Herinou, two youutr men from Lots AugeleH, are onsociateu with N. I.andtdH;rK in the llfiier Coinmeicial Co. The j-oftjilc in and nlxmt llel>er are watching in all directioim for the com ing of that engine that in to pump water for the town residents. That ami a creamery, and then we ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS fl-ii.liiil'«nvil'»»« At IMriIUUCtL., *t IMPERIAL PRKSS CO. St'DSCKtPnON One Year .... $1.00 gi» Month* . • • • .00 Thrw Monti.* .... .SJ Sinple Copie* • |08 DO WOT SPXP STAMPTIN PAVMBNT BNTBRBD AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SATURDAY, JULY SO, 1004. m**WmUh ll* »»bcrlptl«i 4«t# ©n jourr«P«f. it » in bt •t«rr* 4 ■* * hBl lime « nl **» ««»« r »* B4T&O cr»4ll« t»t lf^C*J •"Hicrt. Pi»ra»Bl tn«%l b» mad* tm or btfore 4rti«rrt ot Affidavit wf publication. WATER COMPANY NO. 1 It is hcrvbv ordered by the board of directors of imperial \N'«ter Company No. 1 that the Imperial Prvss be recog nised as the official or>ran of said com pany, and the wvretary is instructed to cau^e to be published in said new»mper witliout co?t, tbe minutes of all the meetings of the directors and stock holders of pahl comiiany. Adoptctl by the board of directors of Imperial Water Coni|«my No. 1, July 2. lim. K. I>- Mcrberrin, Sec. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vice- Presid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

IMPERIAL Malls Arrive and Depart AHRivi-; rm»M cu»rk rom (•I I,tu Aiiftlf* and U'l.o* Angrlf* and lh« ««•! 7 am **«-*t U i«» A ••:«•» i»m (a) New orlrjin* and U)N*w Orkana and the tax I: IS am «a«t IM»> A *.:ut\>m (a)llrawUf 7am laillrawlev I2:.wpru d llloltvilU 10 am <«l|lloll vil'le I<J am IbjCaUiitu IH am |t>X'aU«k«. 10 am b/ftiUt** 3:Jopm !• siUlh-^ 4:15 pm ie) II rad t moor r 10 am (c)Ur;idtrMoorf lUam 'a; Dalljr. (b) Tne«>la)«, Thurtilay* and Bat* ■ itUr*. (c) ittegulAr, uo »chrdul«. (d) I».nlj •ac«pt Kundaj. I'titinf IU «■ li.»ur» 7a.m. to 7: JO p. m., Hnadaja 0 t<> 10. Men's outing suits at Varueys'. tf * I). 11. Chaplin is over for a week or ten days. Window shades, mattresses and •pringebta at Varneys'. tf Karl llober left Thursday for a trip to lam Ai^eles. Vnrney Bros, have put in a new show window. s Miss I'Mna Mooro is now cashier at BteveiiHoit Bros. Co. Varney Bros, sell for cash, conse quently sell chea|»est. tf Mess>o< Thewell and Down...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

HOLTVILLE Imperial VnU« y Wntrr 00. No. .'» hel.l it? boartl meeting In l.«»« Angcloslriday, Ttio tracktayinc f«>r»-r»'n Ihe.lloitoii* JntrmrKiti lly. «•»• williln »U»tit ilmo lliiJe!» Of the rixer M«<u.Uy ni^lit. i\j r , flJl( } >lr«. E. Mem!, aim! h>u and daughter AVHlHirand I»a«»v. U-ft Weil* nmUj fdr'a oiontli*« vbil In Los A ripple* nmi S,in I»ie*j«*. Th«« new tinin nt Ba^tAhto hfftiiliifl i* «■ fK :. k - |vr(ectly. Kvcry farmer l«a* all the water lie want* nn<l the <>nly .question i* wluit to do with the Bur|»tuj», The railn»a«l i? rxiwtetl t«» l>e flnUhetl to the river Satnrdajf ni^Jit About a month then will be rcquirtsl f«»r the bruipc, and the nxad should ojhmi by S«'}>tenit>er. \v. <;. Conloy lvi.« rentfd t«» W. C. RAvmund the nortti l».-»tC t»( wtion lh in ltVlt» for next year*- barely crop, C«»r |100Ox&sh mil. Mr. Kaymond is nn experienced and gucctrgjfnl farmer of the valley, and thi* lease shows that there j«« ftill wmo confidence ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

SCHOOL MATTERS Superintendent Baldwin llan Much Uuslncmt In tho Volley. County tichool Kiiftorintcndoiit Hald* win in in thu valloy tlii* wock. At Mruulrv ho tiu* l«— n fixing ii|» tin* tnii^l.,l liiuini'fH of tin* (li-trirt, paying ■oina ami providing for tin? remainder by Ihmkl ImUO. In Impiiriiit h<- jh reconciling a little • liH»ri'|i;iii<y cilUfod l»y our IllUfltclpfti liicoriwrntionj wlilcli luul tho uffuct of nmkiiitf v now flcliool ilintriet within iiiiothor ono. Thin in to !«• roiliodied hy consolidation for which putjtlona to tho Hii|K;rviHorH Imvo Immmi himh<l, liotli in tho tit) and Otltfldti. For Mlklmi- ami Cnloxtco lie 1h trying to ({t*t rictlit for mtliool hiiildin^H to take tho jilarr of cumli that \vnn to have boon received from Halo of Ikuhlh, Tlio pro* |h>«««1 piirclwiHor Imcked out and tho ox* |MTt.i| litohoy thtifi failed. A re-mile in ox|M*cto<l noon, and meanwhile tho ttchool liuiiM'ri nlioiiKl Im« built. In Caloxico district dno school build* ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

Live Stock and Dairy l-uloel/cJ the .Milch Cow In a rt*ccnt auction *alr at Springfield, 111.. Col. F. W. \Vi*%l« delivered a eulogy on tho COW, and tht* fronts lie uttertx! dorrvc t«» giv^ him the api^Ua* tion of the -'Hob Ingvr»oll of the c*»w." Col. Wood taid: "Of all the animal friends of man •lie is Uie gr«*jtc«U To her w<» owe th# m.-t. I wish that I, an you «re about to tit down to the noonday meal, might remove from your tabl* what tho cow hap pnt thereon. 1M uke the cap ol milk wailing at l>aby> chair. I*d take the crvam, th* cher*«\ the butter, tho cn*tarti pie, thccrvain bifCOit. tho^tcak, the •tnokittg roatt of Ik**l and leave you to make a meal of potatoes, beet*, pick les and toothpick?. "There i* not a thing frvm dom to tail lujt that i* utilize! for tho uw of man. NVe uw her horns to ct«mb our hair, her skin upon our feet, her hair kcorw tho pla#tor upon our wall.-, her hoofs made glue, her tail makes soup; the gives us our milk, our croun, our che*se and bu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

Hotellmperial IMPERIAL, - - CALIFORNIA MRS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. FREE BUSS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS WE HAVE ADDED | Another Article To Our I Une of BUILDING MATERIAL 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 we have multiplied our stock by a great many carloads of lumber Therefore we can fill your bill NOW Don't forget that we are sole agents for the ELATERITE ROOFING "IT NEVER WEARS OUT" [Trade Murk] YARDS AT IMPERIAL (main office) BRAWLEY HEBER IMPERIAL LUMBER AND COMMERCIAL COMPANY J. E. HEBER, Manager 1 Pioneer Hotel MRB. S. MOLLEH, Proprietor Cor. Ninth ami J. Sst. MEALS 25 CENTS Short Orders at all hours--30 and 35c 21-mcal ticket fur $5. I^mluhik up. Now mid modern cquipmoiiU Public liutliH 2io I.MI'KUm. I'KKKH j | HERE IS SOMETHING | j Charles W. Fernald j i HAS FOR SALE CHEAP f p \ jj One Frazcr Cart One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I -2X \ jj Wagon. IONX Ught 2-Horse Wagon. 3 Sets of \ \ He...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 30 July 1904

lin|K<rlal i* the Iradhitf town iii the fttttifd hn|K?rlnl Valhv, lurronndrtl with nn a«ri- TMI* TOWN Ol : cultural country mh'lhl ti» m»ne «>n earth, wheie the lnn»l<amhnan Ittakci all the way from f.V» to |l"» mr year Imt acie, n" a reward for hi« lal»««r. lihutUl i«» the capital of ihu Imperial Valley, and will ho tho county neat ol me now I'onnty of lni|H«rial, when the h^i-lature, in it.-* wiJidtiui, creati^a new COUtlty in thin part 1/1/1 W_J H / I_J ji Ai I! ' I '••"'" '* •!•■' '• '•' »" '" i"" ' |tM ' """" -- '" "•* :< l'"" < ]l>l " wIM lil " 1 tlM > a "' hir U«hm 111 r^ [I W^ \\ /"^. M pric«j» in other \v%* favorable comuuitiitic*. JL ▼JL A m M a MA m «— < y ttf |, tl . ralllM . t tnn |« a ,,,| further |«trtlcularii, will on or address j! The Emerson Realty Co. CALIFORNIA \V. I). UARI-V. Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bid*., 1.1 1 S Broadway Imperial. Cal. l.w Angeles, Cal. Brawtoy i-« lueaioii on the Imp-rial brunch of the S •uthern Pacifi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'uhllthrd at th« center of th« greatest Irrigated territory In America, In the heart of th« Colorado det eft, San Oleco county. Southern California, 67 feat below the level of the tea. Under prat ant canal*, 2J0.000 acre*: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to Irrigated land In Arizona and land to be Irrlgatad by the National Government from the uni grand Colorado river which wlllmaka a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acre*. HELD FOR MURDER Mike Kinney and Lee Dees to Appear Before Superior Court on Serious Charge. The stabbing affray in which Will P. Ilnyc* was killed July 10 near Imperial was again brought up for a preliminary trial Tuesday Iwforo Jus'ico Hoffman. of Calexioo, holding court at Imperial, Judge Ilunta being absent. Leo Dees, who uai bound over to the Superior Court on the former trial l>c fore Justice Holloway, for homicide, and Mike Kinn»y, recently captured at Calexico, were defendants, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

HARD ON RECLAMATION The senator ltc»pood* to a Toast at the Union League lUnquct Senator H %r I. like a faithful public Her \ ant, i* making a f»|«oriaUy of Ari*l I^nil UoclftiuAtion. and f|<oak» »* f»l* Imp on thctttbject \aU\\ At the Union lA'tip uc l«an«juet : "The M«l»jcvt which i* *uVccMol Lv tho t<wif»t, 'Reclamation »»f An. l Latulf, 1 and to which 1 mn t*» respond ( ««-•• prolahly chiw»cii f«»r tno because il has rnpa+roi much «»f my attention, c*i«*v tally «luri \fi the last peniotl of I'on^rt***. T*hc plat for mi of all tin* national |<o« litt<M%l partie? in I**** .Itvlarvd in f*v«>r of legislation to reclaim the ami Utnii ol tltc United Sutc*. Tho rcprr«cnU tivcp in both lioujhi* of th«* Kiily-wv* cnth Conj:rv« from the an«l an«l ■cml« arui Mat«t« an«l Territories* «crt» unit«-«i in their ofl.Tt-- U» secure a fulfillment of the j»!nl£tM» of thtir partirv It waj> fortunate for the cans* that President Koasvvclt was bo well qnal« itiesl by hi* experiences ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

itruction of tlm works shall Ik? lot by the Boc rotary of the Interior; and tliene ngrei-lliell it* ill I'ffcCt CfOntti a lien ngaitiAt the hind for itM proportion of tho coft. Such lands Ore u-iiully of very little value until they are sup plied with water for irrigation pur* potugj and as the government works will in many inntanccs bo the only sourco In. m which water for the irri gation of the laud can Ix* obtained, the owiihm will appreciate and avail them* Solves of the advantages that are offered to them under the terniM of the law. It will Uj rocii that the purjKmo of the government is not to undertake tin* distribution, but only the conser vation and storage of water, mid to deliver it to the place of nee, and the net distinctly declares that tho .Secre tary of tin; Interior in carrying out its provisions shall proceed in conformity with the laws of the States nnd Terri tories where the workM are located, in respect to the control, appropria tion, uso or distribution of wate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

BRAWLEY Rev. McAllcn, of tho M. K. churth hero, bold wmc* at Calo»icx> Sunday. Mr. KHi<". of tbf New*, «m in Im perial Monday fettling up hi* l^l^r bujiincfn ihcrv. Tbo Unk on the water tower blew off Saturday night. No Mrkwi dam* *£c wan done. Hichanl Dolnn <«W*pped on a nail SAturday night, and wa« tbreatencl with lockjaw. He i? rt'Ct^vering nicely however. Frank Stanley returnc*l MondajP morning from a* montli'l visit in \*v* Anpelct. He has purchased Ihe Ne«« herf and took chargt of the |»ap<?r Augnst I. Tb«« dance held hrre Saiorday nijrht c*me to * midden end by an alarm being given that the roof to tbt» building was giving away under the awful pn»?« ure of the Ptorm. C. H. Heard lo«t con«iderable by the rain ?Atunlay evening. The show win dow be ha? recently filled »aj» not water-proof, and nearly all the article* on display were spoiled. Hi* ware house leakeil coiifklorably and several article* in tbt-re were damaged. How ever, notwithstanding this lo*«, after th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

HEBER Mrs. ('has. F. Peny has gone loChula Viatu toH|NMid Heveial weeks. William Van Horn and family have goiiij to Oregon . to h|n*ii«l several weeks. lltiutiugtoii MuKuslck in uwiiy fora f««w day*. Will return with bin hrido nhortly. The Hank of Heher will O|KJII about October 1, with Mr. 0. 10. llolxir cash* lor in charge. The pile driver ban moved on south* Irani after doing its work for the Holt* villu railroad. Another car-load of lumber came Wednesday for the Holier lumber yard i where a good assortment is always on hand. Petition Granted Under tho proceedings of iho hoard of nuj^rviHom, Monday, the .Sun Diego Union say a: "The board received from the county euporindeiidout of scliooln, a petition from Imperial Valley to annex thu "outside" territory of the old Imperial school district to the newly Incorporate*! city, for taxing itnd other pur|>oßeH. The petition waa granted. Rheumatism When paiiiH or irritation exist on Any part of the body, the application of Itnlhird'n ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS IMPKUIAL rilKS> CO. "BNTBRIBoTs »nCOM> CUASS MATTER »ittscwnoN One YrAr • • • • II. (X) Bii Mcmthi .... .(» Thrw Months .... .35 Sinplo Copic* .... ,05 DO NOT SBNO STA.MI»S IN PAV^kvT SATURDAY, AUGUST f», IW>4. fjrWstcli tW •vbcrtotfcM d«t* oa j«of r^pw". It » ill few Morroi •« that time vat«»» moow re •TNo <r*3it* f*r le^il aotu^t Pi »-••••. m«»i t« n-.iJi ca of *.-*i- tf drlnfrt »' iWamlol piblicatica. CITN OFFICIAL PAPER WATER COMPANY NO. I It tj« hereby onlcrt^i by tbe l*»ani »•! directors <»f Ini|««ri.il Water Comjwny No. 1 that the Imperial Prx**^ be rtt%»g inn-\ a> the ortlcial organ of said com pany, and the secretary i* instructed to cause U* l«e jmblishcd in mM nen*iKi|«er without ctt>t, the minutes of all tbe mectinp 1 of tbe directors and *t««ck holder* of j^aid company. Adoptcl by the twianl of director* of Imperial Water Com pan v N<>. 1, July 2, 1903. H. D. McVherrin, S^»c. For President: TH EODOR X It OOS EVE LT of New Yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

IMPERIAL Malls Arrive and Depart AHKIVUrMOM CI.OHK FOR (a) !,■»• A iif •>!»>• ami .» !.<>■» AngrUn and lit* weal lam WMI 12:tf> A «.:'•• pm (a) New Orion* ami (aiNew origan* and thr east 11l Sam taut U;<»» A <,:<*>\<m (•)l!raw!«r 7am (aillrawlcy 12.-.V) prn lit Hmli\Ul« 10am [dllloll villa 10am |tn'«tf«un loam (liCalaitcv 10 am (t>'*lUt»e I:Vipm [bIHIIfttXC 4:15 pm ;r> 1 1 f a. ll i 11 .»..!»• iDjin , llr.i'llni'Mif <• 10 am 'a Uall.r. |bj TaMdajrij Tliaradajri and Bat* uiilav*. 'c) Irrrtfular. nu kchrttulr. ■!, l».«ilr • iff pt Sunday. I'ottof fice hour* 7 a. m. t«i 7:30 p. m., Shoil.it* •» to lv. 'Buy a saddle at * Edgar Bros. tf ('. F. Preble has returned from a trip tO the COHNt. J. 11. Glenn is out of the Valley for a two luouthV visit to the (Cast. Save money by laying your groceries, dry goods, hats, hho\s,cU:., at Variiey's. J lid go Banta was compelled to return Sunday to I Ait Angeles for continued medical treatment. Mrs. M. P. lloltn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

ORDINANCE No. 2. An Ordinance dc*ign*ttutf the pUre "I !i«.lli:ic inn !in k -« <>f the li^.ir-l of Trua* \o< ■- of theCitr of lm|>erial, filing the time of holding the regular meeting of M>i<l H.«ar>l; mil providing for calling ptw-cial inreliupi of Miid ll«»anl; and de claring all meetings of the Hoard to N* public. The B<»ard of Trunlee* of the city of Ini|*erial do ordain a« followo: KO.TION 1. The place of holding all meeting* of the *aid lloAtd phall N* in the building of Imperial Water Com pany No. 1, on Imperial avenue, in the City of Imperial. Sm\ 2. The regular meeting* of the Mid Hoard phall be held on Wednesday evening of each and every •aeek at hall pa«*t M?ven o'cUvk p. m. Six*. 3. S|>eci.il meeting* of the Mid lV»ard may l»e calle*! at any time by the President of the. Hoard, or by three Tni«tee!«, by written notice delivered to each member at lea«t three hour* before the time fpevitied for the proj«a«<d meet ing. Sec 4. All meeting* of th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

ORDINANCE No. 1. Aii ofdliiAticQ pKnMfflliltig the manner <>f intrixltic limi of UfdllinflCvn mil ?•»•> liitlotifi provlditiK for ili<> ruailin^ and piiHMin^ of tliOfllUllQ; for Ilia taking of Clio *yv* ami fioof J for tha nf|(fllli|{ t»v tin* prosliloiit; for Ilia cur ti flat linn i»y Ilia clerk; mil for tlio publication of C lit* KAIHOi Tlio liottrtl of Tnittcoi of tint City of ltii|N]rlal do ordnlti as fullowsi Swrmx 1. Tlmt no nnliitilllCO or ron- \ "lutioii nIuiII In* piicmil |»y tin? paid | lUturil otooht in conformity t«» tlio pro* J vlttlotii of thiH Ordinance hereinafter v,x- ' prcMcdi Bbc. -. All ordinance* and rcnolutioiifl i nhall Im* prcftuutod to tlio huKI l^mid in writing. Hbc.H. All ordinnncci nliall Ik; read ii|m»i tlio <lay of presentation to rntid I h turd andfthall then \hi*i lomccoihl rea«l iiii; ii|Ntn the vote of Mild Board. Tlio Miid ordinance -hall then he rwid a third time bcforO pUHMiye |»y Haul Hoard, |>ro vi<led that hv iinnninioi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

Live Stock and Dairy Alfalfa Pointer* According to Prof. \V. J. Splllman of ! the iVparlmont «»f Agriculture alfalfa [ Mid brotne gnuis'for pasture will krrj» j*ix tiinf- a» much »t«»ck to the acrv a* blue cr**J». Alfalfa ncM* a wrll drain ed subsoil. ll«>r«t«. if they are fed »•*• clu*ivrly on alfalfa hay, nrv liable to kldnftj «li«*w. If they are fe«l alfalfa only once a day there i.« no difficulty al*»ut it, Then« are thousand* of liornr* in the wcj»t that never cat anything but alfalfa, but in that reyion it i« com mon to have bom.? die of kidney dit* The time to cut alfalfa for hay js the time it ha* l^un lo blwni. *he cur ing is difficult, bccauM it «»h«\l<« it* leave* very mpi»lly a« »t pet?» dry. The hay should be put up in rather large cocks before it i? dry and allow«<d t»» cure there, and be pu^ under shelter iuft a,« !Hx»n a.* it i* dry enough not to heat. You may s*|«oil some alfalfa hay when you begin. Alfalfa hay and five, fix or ©even p^uml* of cracked and p...

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