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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 6 August 1904

Hotellmperial IMPERIAL • - CALIFORNIA MRS. I.AIIKA WATIJRS, Prop. FREE BUSS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS WE HAVE ADDED I Another Article To Our I Line of H BUILDING MATERIAL I We now carry a large stock of y BUILDING PAPER I 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 1 I\li i\X/ II INvy W |3 Don't forget that we are sole agents for the M ELATERITE ROOFING 1 "IT NEVER WEARS OUT" | [Trade Mark] | _ |-j YARDS AT IMPERIAL (main office) I BRAWLEY I HEBER IMPERIAL I LUMBER AND COMMERCIAL I COMPANY I I J. E. HEBER, Manager I Pioneer Hotel MRS. 8. MOLLEK, i'ropribtor Cor. Ninth and J. Sdt. MEALS 25 CENTS Short Orders at all hours— JO and 35c IM-ineul ticket for $5. I^Ml^in^ l.V up. Now aiul iiKHlerii equipment. Public liuthri 'Jk* IMIT.IMAI. I'UKMM HERE IS SOMETHING Charles W. Fernald HAS FOR SALE CHEAP One FrazcT Cart. One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 1 -2 X Wa...

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. — 6 August 1904

Imperial |g the leading town in the fanifil Imperial Valley, iurrounde«l *iih an agrl- TMK TOWN Ol- cultural rt»untry niHtuid to none on earth, where the hunhaudiuan lllftkM all tho way from |^ to $45 per year per act e» •• a rewanl for j Ids labor , imt^rUl i* the capital of tho lin|ierinl Valley, and will U» tlMMH»unty neat of the now County of lui|H«rial, when the legislature, in it* wisdom, creates a new county in thin part I /I/! H_3 I— « f__) B/\ I ' Vttrtiri di'iiirinir to purrbaw bimUirsji or residence l-.t- will llml th.-y nr.- far U<low I! /w BWk H \ m^. it 7^. H prici*»» in other Icm fa\oral»le comuiunilie*. M. A> IML m m _f m.^^ m a __w m_« j* Qf \ xlvra \ mV) nia|« and further p;uticularii, mil on or uddrntn The Emerson Realty Co. CALIFORNIA w () ( i A m:y, i <oca | Chamber of Commerce HlcSfC-. 132 S Broadway Imperial. Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. Brawley \* locate*! «>n the Imperial branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It In an Till: TOWN OF embryonic city, s...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. f'uhlUhril •« ihr tfniff «»f the greatest Irrigated territory In America, in Ihr heart of the Colorado deaert, San l>le*o county, Southern California, 67 feet below the i«vel of the •«•. Under pre» •nt canal«,2!tO.Oooacrcf: under Irrigation «>«irni when completed, 400,000 acret. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and lan<l to be irrigated by the National Government from the Mini grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acre*. IMPERIAL'S BIG CHURN Alxivu irt a picture of the machine that \» the principal factor in Imperial's lending industry — the big churn at Ilage's Imperial Creamery. This is a machine, a» heretofore stated in these columns, over twelve feet long and four in diameter, holding .'»<>;) gallons of cream and with 11 capacity of 1,500 pounds of butter at a churning. It could turn out a churning about every three hours; or as often as it could Ih- scalded out after each 6|>era ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

<»f 12,000; nu<l tl»at In* !»•■»• t»"t #-»M. AMtuuotl <>r |»ioi!nc>l the IM ihnrirti «»f unto? »t<N'k .ij J'.\t:. ni- : Ui (!•<* la:i«l other titan ft««itown in aii nflwemenl to *oii to Y.tia McAltittcr, * copy ««f which ACTT^'inrtit ho files with llic j«»j«or«« iii the owe. In ttfa appeal lie fllatea Iho following r rror* : "Kirrt. That it i* not the fact, ft* lid'! by ><>n. that lite tiiiiii-rfi^iird en* tryinan »"«• endeavoring t«» |<oriivt litlc to said Uiul f«»r the benefit w one K*ra McAllister. "S<vt>n<l. That it i* not the fact, a* held l«y you, tlmt Uio attdenttgned «?«• trrmatt has afftvtd toacll&Ud land t«» wud Kira McAllister, nave a* the «iu <lrfi>;m>l cntrytnan may. t'»r>t acquire titU* thereto frxin the Vn<t<-1 State*, and nnlil Ik* Ihw *o acquired title thereto. "Thjr.l. Tii.it il .ij«j-«".uh from *-»i«l final ]«n»f. And your decision Iheroou, that the nnderwgticJ entryinan made 1». L, K. No, 1 1*C> (...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

Money In Dnte (Irowlng hditoT KovluW! If I wen* ii voting man, iintnul of Immhh ov«r seventy yraiM old, I would not lon« any tllllO in K'liiiiK' out on the dCMft und i,'"inj< into dut«* Krowiii((. 1 feel that here in Koiiitf to Im« a wonderful Opportunity for young robust men to Ik) wealthy and UMpful Ix'fore they reach middlc-atfc, that I wiih to ukm your columns in pointing out thu chances which I think seldom coma to ohm. In fact I am restlcsfl, oven at my advanced years to go out there and ho a pioneer in an Industry that will some day make koiiiu men wimlthv. Thu itnpoita of daten into the United StjitfH from Amm Minor and thu hot countries of Northern Africa for the year ending June Ist amounted to f UW,OOO. That \* what we Americans paiil for the foreign expuiisivo datew. If we grow the Pa 111 v at home the con* sumption would be live times greater. Twenty years ago the Americans ate onfy 1100,000 boxes of oranges n year. Now they consume over 12,0;x),(KX) boxen. The agric...

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. — 13 August 1904

"TO BEGIN VERY SOON" saya the limes, of the C«tc\lco*Vuma Road. Wednesday '•> Time? lwi*> a map of the proposal C*lexic*»«Yuma extension of the Southern Pacific that i? to change the main line of that road through the Imperial Valley, and mji» actual work is to begin very mhi. According lo the Times' map it make* a long detour into Mexicai. territory, all the tune be low the linj*erial canal, and the moat of the tvay over the lands of a single company, the "Colorado River l-and Co., SA> The Times says: 44 Actual work is to begin very fo^m on a railroad project at one** **o unique, and Important to I.*** Angrles ** * com* mercial center that it can hardly be oquAlenl in the modern history of tho "opening up" of the arid Southwest^ either from the tourist or the industrial rundioint, A transcontinental railroad from JCcw Orleans to Los Angeles running for j forty miles through Mexican territory^ j traversing the Colorado River ileilA country, and the famous Im|«ria) Val- 1 le...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

olitninod from tin* Mexican gOVGrtlfnOnt for tin- building ol t.lio liiU*r*Cnliforiiiit Railway in tlml the rond -hnll \m Coll* ntrneted within two yv&m from tin* date tho friuichiiH) wiut j^runt.vl, lant May. It in known that tho Southern Pacific, in n< ld i lion to the project alxivo motl« tloiiedi in coiiHidoriiix tin* ultimnto run* iiinu of a line nlrai«lit Month to tin* <tiilf of California from a |>oint on the Inter-California. Thifl would K' Vl * '•"* An^eloM direct connection frith llloGnlf^ Avhuru important nhippini/ activity If OX* pectinl in tin* future, in view of tlio rail roAO» I lint Are making that war. Tho KinifmM (/ity-Topiilohiimpo Railroad in «»no of thene linen." FOUR PRETTY SCHOOL HOUSES To be Added to Imperial Valley Im- mediately Atthitonlce of Imperial Water ("•». No. I thin week lihvc lH*eu hliowii for thu iMsnuflt of liidderH planM for th« four new school houneH to In: luiilt in Siliheu and Calezico districts— two in t*ach. Thoy are all of tli...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS •—-—"-•"--" — — — — — — — rciutaitiMTvtnni »t mft»uuc*Ult IMP! H ritKSsj CO. "mmuun a* m:comi a.»»5 MVntut V| nsvlfilMION One Year .... |1.(W Sii Mcratlii .... .00 Thw MonUii .... .!» Hinplc Copir* .... .OS DO NOT M M> AMPS IN • '*> Ml M RATURPAY, AUGUST 13,1904. •#-w«tch the »ubcf irtk»« a«tr *m jwir r«r**« It mill l*» mtf^r-V*^ •' «•»•' tlmt unlctt •«»•« r» itewed. •r.Socrfdlt* f»r J^*J »Mirr». Patmrat m»»J ta m*d* on or t*t.x* 4f«Trryol •&«»*« U»l CITY OFFICIAL PAPER WATER COMPANY NO. 1 It i.« hereby ordeml by tbe Nwnl ol directors* of Impcria] Water Company No. 1 that the Imj**rial Pry** U« rwm: nirod a,« tbe ollicial oryan of Mid cwm pany, and t iio Mcretarr i>« iiwtnictfd to canM* \o l*» pubH.-ht^l in said new>pa|«er without co>t, the minutes of all the meetings of the directors and stock bolders of said company. Adopted by tin- U*ar>l of director* of Imperial Water Company No. 1, July *.\ lfttl. 14. I». McPherrin, Sec. For President: T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

IMPERIAL Train lime. !.»■♦* fur OH llrjch I:X7 a. m., ■■«! I :*0 p. m. lias tn «fflr* itunt Old flratb 1:15 a. m., and A.M p. m. Malt Arrive and Depart AHIIVKfROM CLOftK TOR (•) l.oa Aitf«lr« and (a)Lo* Ang*\— a«4 ih» +t*\ 1 Mm w««t Iton A *:00 pm Ui New OrlMd* ««4 (a|M»w Ortraa« and ihctatl S:lSam mm 12:00 A *:Gopm lalllrawlc? 7am (•lflrawlrr IJ:JO pm (.MI.iU,UI« l«im (4)llnltrllU 10 am (hJCalnic* II am (hlCaUiie*. 10 am <b; Ml •♦»♦•> i:» pm jhiMiUbe* 4:15 fmt (c\l\tiAim<xut 10 am jclDradtramjce 10 am '« l»*ilr. (») Ttridara, Tburaday* and Bat* md»t*. (<•) Irrtgatar. no Mn^dale. («1) HjHt • •crjK »mim.Ut. I'ustof lc# hoar* 7 a. m. to 7:30 p, m., Knadaja *» to 10. V. F. Fortier ban gone to I#os Angeles for a iM'itffon. Mr. Conner, «»/ the New York Store, went East on the 3d. Judgo Havens came bark Wednesday from 1/tM Angeles and Riverside. D C. MiteD.jugal Kw|. wan in Kan I'iogo thin week on It-^al Iniii ue*s. F. N. Hurb'igli Ksa; in taking a vaca tion uitJj his /iimily ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

HEBER <[»rH» Clinc ha« $<me to \a^» Ancele* for a few day ». It. E. Tootney was in Hf !«er Tnc^lay on l»u*inc**. It. 11. Austin ha<* tmilt an addition to hi< rcfidfne* at Hel»or. Itoy I*ier ha* left tlie valley on b*»r»e lvick, for a few wecki* *.-j.-»irn in Itiver fidc- Rotart A. I^ake i» at uork on the Clark ranch, we*t fr«»m the Date canal. He i* loading cat* wit!i hay at Iletar. One of the Edc*r Brot. wa.« in town lately to make arranfrcmenta for cover ing the big lot of hay they have plied hen*. Heber Commercial Co. HEBER. CAL. Will be ready for business AUGUST I , with a new stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and will be glad to meet you. G. W. McNear General Grain Merchant Those wanting Kaffir and Egyptian corn for seed will do well to get it soon, as we mvii clvin house for the new crop. R.*E. TOOMEY, Local Agent I Chaplin Bros. I IMPERIAL LANDS I National Irrigation Coming. When it § Comes, Then Comes the Boom! $$ Somebody is Going to Make Money Investing in A fa Impe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

REPAIRING THE BIG BRIDGE A Big Job at • had Time. Top Mot for HconomkaJ Work UoailiiUHtar Donnoy in liardnt it, with fl forco of rar|iciil4TM iin'inlin« tho bitf bridge ov«r tho Main canal, a milt* and n-bulf went of town, hrokiMi down luloly i»y v combinod harvciior« The lirid^i' wiim HiiKW'd alrfiiily in tho COtitor (liy mi undermined pier) wlkmi thn hnrvoitor drovo upon it, and thin «'auH««d tln> lo.ul to run toward tin* team, tip'in which tho driver Applied brake* mid the Hinlden Hlop broko tin; whole Htrurliire, <:ru»hiug the Umbun abovo anil In-low v The harvester ann uhle tit driv« off, nud e?cii|»e; hut the public luih been held up ever niiias. Unlit teanm Imvo forded, hut louded oilCfl huve had to p> around by WilniuX 3 1-2 miles south. Much liuuliii^ htm ln'cn HiiN|>eiid«'d ulto^i-tlliT. • Now, it in a Imd time to mend It, for in tho heat men cannot do u« much work uh in cooler weuther, but the "h«»ld up" in in mo frequented a thor oughfare and inconveniencing ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

LIICIAI. Al>VliWTl^ l^ l^ TS - DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF-- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. I'nited State* X.xnA OfTue. la»* Angele*. Cal.. Jsilt l.*th. l*-» 4. NotUe i* hetrtM jfMrn that I.IDIA E- HUFFMAN, of l^ng Iteach. Cat., a*.*i#nre .-I Hertey W. Fri**«-lle. ha* filed notUe M inten- tion |a snake pr««i»f «»n hrt dc**tt-land claim N«v IMS, tfn the >»\ Sec. V T« p In S. R t« R, 5. 11. M.. bef«->re Rr-|,M*trr and Ke«ei»rr at I^«* Am- pelr*. Cal., on T««~*dat. the Mh da.i of Septrm- her, 1«»^« She name* tbe follow ing w itne**e* to pro* c the complete irrigation and ii> lamation of *aid , Arthur Kdc»r.«>f Imprrial. Cat.; W. A. F.d j far. of tmprrial. I'al.; M. A. Mi»tr. of Im- t^ial. Cal.: Motf.» \l*Ai. of Imperial, lal.: 1». A. Wheeler, of Riverside. Cal. k. J. CROt»KSHANK. Re tf i*t»r. j» 3LVaag 27 DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. Oepjifitnent of the Interior. United State* Land Oftc-e, Lo* Ancele*. Cal. J*l> 15th. ] IfM. Notice i» hereby c>trn that J...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 13 August 1904

Hotel Imperial IMPLRIAL, - - CALIFORNIA MKS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. ' ' ■ *^^S^*tfB ''•■El BR^S ■ " J*- '.* '* "•' ' " ,> -*** 1 ..-'._, '. ■". ?_j .'iii i ; i FREE BUSS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS Pioneer Hotel MKS. S. MOLLKH, Proprietor <^r. Ninth and J. St. MEALS 25 CENTS Short Orders at all hours— 3o and 35c 21-nwal ticket for |5. Lodging 25c up. New and modern equipment. Public luitliH U")C Rhodes' Restaurant — J. L. RHODES, Prop,- Ck»d Meab, Good Service Imperial Avenue IHomeseekers and^ | Colonists | Should take Advantage of the excellent Tourist Car .service from jrj .- , New Orleans to the Imperial Settlements maintained by L"J | SOUTHERN PACIFIC | \ I J&SfPj&L 'or Information Write or Ask ARent, jOj BS '^wSm 26i South S l )rill X street » P IMI'KUIAL ritKHH I WE HAVE ADDED 1 Another Article To Our I Line (A i| BUILDING MATERIAL I We now carry a large stock of jl BUILDING PAPER 1 We have subtracted nothing from the pains we | have always taken to please our customers,...

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. — 13 August 1904

n n Imperial is tho loading town in tho famed Imperial Valley, surrounded with an agri* THE TOWN OF cultural country mhmikl lo none on earth, whore the husbandman makes all tho way from $2o to ♦<*» lH'r voar |M»r aoio, as a rownnl f«ir his lal«or. Imperial i* the capital i»f tho Imperial Valley, and will In* the county seat of the now County of lm|xrial, when the leginlaturo, in its wisdom, creates n now county in this part H /|/l W_J Wj ILJ 1 /% I ' Parties desiring to purchase businoss ««r residonre l-'t-* will lin.l they are fur below h 111 1^ || w^T || /"^ H prices in other les* favorable oMiiinunities. 11** ■ m M^^M A m■ *€ y ot literature, ma|*s and further particulars, call Oil or address The Emerson Realty Co. CALIFORNIA w n OAREY, Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bldg., I3Z S Broadway Imperial. Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. Brawloy is locatod on the Imperial branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It Is nn TMI3 TOWN OF embryonic city, surrounded by W,(W"acrc«jpf aarici...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'uMl.hrd .1 Ihe center ..I the irtfltMl Irrigated territory In America, In the heart of the Colorado desert. San IXego county. Southern California, 67 feet below th« l«*<t of th«tta. Under prat* cut canal*, ZSO.OOO acres: under lrri,c«tii..n -yatrm when completed. 400,000 acre*. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and lan.l to belrrlgated by ttte National (lovernment from the tame grand Colorado rlvrr which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acres. A CALEXICO HOME ItotoW \a a picture ol the ('alexico and I tn | >*- 1 till Avenue, n* it ap|H*am in front of the beautiful home of Mr. V. Oant, about a mile north of the center of the town of Cnlexico, (the town nite extend* ing clear to hh pUce.) Tho scene looks liko an old one, from tlu; ."i/«* of the Irren, (cot, ton wood,) Home of which ate alk)ut twenty fret huh, but Htraugo to say it in all new, tlm-e trees havinu grow n there since March 1903, now Ichh than twenty mouths...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

»v 1 r«o<>r<l «>f the pfOptftyi nn.l all rt«k« nn<! li*.Mrd« t«» wlttcli the rnlrrpriw i« luHtctaK Thew 1 pfOporitkWM nrv n<»« *;i)<-,nilt« «l In Mr. ll» U r «• ah ultimatum \<\ the W»l<»r UMfV Anociatlofi mti) lie i* pit*n until W«Nlur*Uy, Aupitt '2\ ti» • ruuietre. Thi« «»• duly Mlbtnittrtl, nn.l it eti drntly did not t»kr Mr. lleber thr «l- U>tcd limr to dcvide »»n it. for he im* mediately pubtialiei tho follow itl|| rejection : PRESIDENT HEBER'S PROPOSITION TO ARBITRATE RENDERED NUGATORY !»>• the Imperial Valley Water User.** Association To the Public Generally : Imperial Set* tier* K*i*ci«lly, and (ui|<eri:tl Vallej Water I s»-r»' .\»!KK-u*Uou>jmviiicall> : On July *.'"» last, at a uia«s meetitiK assembled at ttnperial^l uutile the fol lowing proposition to arbitrate th« price of the property owneil by the California I\»rtMoi»njenl Compitny, and f:; k '!it !•> t-.u-|u:ri i by the Imperial Water l*fcn» Association in bchnlf t»f the se...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

CALEXICO SulniTiptioim nml itnnm of inUtroHt may Ixi loft wild Dool A. Itockwofid. A (Kstition linn U'i-ii circulated Aiking iho Ap|>oliitniont of Adolpli M. Bclion* kcr An |MiMtnuiMtor, thcru U»iiiK no riicli ollioial at tli« prcm-nt tiniOi Jon KMttiriillo liax Inft tin* employ of tho (^nloiico Mt'rcniitilu Co., ami in now miptirintcndiiiK noinc iniiim in which ho and a number of locul purlieu aro intcrcnted .fohiiHon <fc O'llrnrn aro huildiiiK n losing houno 2lxG2 ftrot on hn|>criul avirnuc 'ipponite Iho liitcrnntional I.viii- Iht Co'i yard. Onu of the improvc iin'iitn will Im! two nice hathroouiH. C 11. Cro«i>tl, of I .oh Anguh'H, is now «mployc<l l»y J. J. OvorHhincr. Mr. Crowull wan a ihciiilmt of the Victor, Col., Record force at tho time it was iieiml hy thu atithoritiefl, much to hin regret. Mm. fiUMndorff, of Santa Paula, will join her huflband horo on the Int of next month Mr. Htcindorff'fi two younK »°' IH Are already here, having ftpent a fuw weeks at Ix&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

F. C. Iwrt.lN, rrt*i«lcnt Wni. T. DUNN, C*shUf Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY. CAL Qpital Stock - - - $25,000 Paidinapital - - - $12,000 Organized March I, 1904, under the laws of the state of California ! Loans made on Real Estate and Approved Collateral DIRECTORS: F C. Paulin. W. (J. Emerson, J. W. Oakley, W. T. Dunn, George Vriier 1 '*' ** ." .■. -■ "' LBROYjIOLT, Pros. A. 11. HEBER, Vicv-Prva. GEO. A. CARTER, Cashier j Pirst National Bank of Imperial AH Accommodations Consistent With Conservative flanking Ex- tended to Patrons Directors: Geo. A, Carter, U»ror Holt, A. 11. Heber, E. J. Marshall, I. W. I Gleaion, J. A. Morriaon, V. Gant Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Highest trrade Commercial Work an«l Rankers' Supplies Apenta Mutual Labd and Lithographic Co., San Francisco Artistic Label and Color Printing AU kinds of Cartoons 52S S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. JT V |A \'\ Yn kla lure jtt attbU imOHm't ts4 yer ttetaa* Ml ipirt, JL'JS% B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

HOLTVILLE Wm. A. Itichanlrt oauio homo Wed« iM"»<lny from Lorn Angek'S. Mr. Coon had liin first finger torn off l»y tho UlplotlOn of a revolver at his ranch near lloltvillc Haturday. Ho was Mh(K>tiiig at a rat. Chas. 11. Tregn of No. 7, huf gone to Hau Oiego for a month's vacation. He lias completed, at his Kantside place, the walls of an adobe housu lHx. r >o feet. Howard Slyke, formerly of lloltville, now living 111 Alta, lowa, who wan recently married, will return to the Im i>erial Valley in October and make his lioine in HolU'illu. There is considerable expectation of «ood building this winter in the line of <lw«*lliugs. Among these art) CL. Thompson, Wm. Lindscy, J. It. Hm-ker, W. C. Haymond and Joseph Joiius, all residents of No. 7. CITY TRUSTEES Liquor and License Ordinances Dis cussed Tho regular meeting of the City Fath «tm Wednesday niglit was greet^l -with the largest audio i:ce of their history. Officials present were President K«i^:ir und TrtiMt<H>s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 20 August 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS M}»Utftftt»t*tVtl>AVt «t ixmuuCiUlt IMPF.RIAL PRKSS CO. "bNTORCO A* MtCONO CI.ASS MATTtltt SUBSCRIPTION One Year • • • • I!- 00 Sii Month* ...• .00 |~"hr«> Montl.j» •• • -^ ingle Copies • • * •05 DO NOT SHXD STAMt»S IN PAVMB.VT SATURDAY, AtJOUSI 20, Wl. f Watch th« •nhcrlpttMi d«u •« jtnir p«p»r. [ • 111 t>» stepped •! Ibtl lko« unl«.M *oo»«r r« t«m»d. tiTNocredittUr l#**l «n«U*%. P*»m»m «*>■•! ».* m*dt on or l*for« drlnrtj ot »2»«l*tiiuf psblicftttoa. CITY OFFICIAL l»APl;R WATER COMPANY NO. I It i? lusrebv ordered l»r the N»ard of director* of "imperial Water Company No. 1 that Uie Imperial Prm* N; rvctv nised a,* the official organ of *aid com pany, ami the wvrvtary i» Instructed to cau*o to lie published in *aid n«»-pa|-er without co*t, the minntes of all the meeting? of the director* and stock holder* of i-aid company. Adopted by the l»*ard of directors 01 Imperial Water Company No. 1, July *.\ 1903. R. D. McPherriu, Sec. For President: THEODORE RO...

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