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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

—GO TO f i ' J Charles W. Fernald i 1 — ■ — ? tj For Bnr»iiliiH Itt 1>'0%%- utitl Second c | Hfitid Ooodn of All Kliicljh \ I l! S One Frazci Cart One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I -2X j| Wagon. lONX Ught 2-Horsc Wagon. 3 Sets of | 5 Heavy Chain Harness. One Ught Double Driving liar- jj 8 ness. New Ofbourne Reversible Di<c. Iwo 1 4-inch ( 5 Plows. One 12-inch Plow. A lot of new bedsteads and 5 | springs. A lot ol chairs of all kinds. Lot of Fine Fresno j 5 Scrajxrs. New Surrey for sale cheap. I fi A.lf»o hondlo new MCwnukco Mowers 8 | and RnkcH, 1 I j I Charles W. Fernald I § THE SECOND HAND MAN. IMPERIAL CAL. jj Heber Commercial Co. HEBER. CAL. General iMcrchartdise Exj^nise Our Cooii- No?c Our Pricei. Value for Value We Can't be ikat Our Stock it New *ni Fr«*h '"n i i i * ■■ - ■ ■■ Imperial Jewelry Company Practical Watch Makers and Jewelers. Take the Press for the News all the Time 1 I M tjl I | | I . i | Chaplin Bros. | I IMPERIAL LANDS 1! U " B ; f| National Irrigation Coming. W...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 10 September 1904

CALEXICO limit of lolrtnl al |}m> Io- UniUonal G«ewajr Ciiy. TliOii Retell of lni|M*rint wan in town between Irtliii NVoduwidayi lour car load* of lio^h were •• i• i | •§••-■• I from here to DrAwluy Til uml ay. A W. Hhcnk ban received hin aptMiint* inio.it uk |ii--t in;*^ t <*r ut Calexico. The CaUsiicO ('little Co. »«lii|'|-d II carload of calve* to Coltoti Thursday. B. (!*rillo, BMl«tant engineer for Ihu Southern i'tcillc, i" hack again after a t"\\ d.n « Mpeut in Santa Monica. C. H. Hrown, of Decles. Cal., i* the new Mlallon agotlt al thin place -PUC ctM»«liiiK' A. ,N'e«*<J burnt, who 1^ to Indio Utr n whort tluie. •'Pet«" Gnlncfl and "Jnck" Galbralth of the California Development Co.V nur vey corp4| are i|Hs'ii6ntig v month's vaca tion on the count. A. Y. l.ind«ey, of \.<m Anvcleii, in lll' iiiK hirt new nlorc room with a ptock of <'lolhiiiK, hoot* und ihoejt, uotionn, etc.j and will be ready to open up hu*ine*» in v few dayn. .J{«?».' McAllen held regular aervice...

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. — 10 September 1904

I J-O AI. AhVI:«TISI:.MI:NrS. OESERT LAND. FINAL PROOr— NOTIC& FOR PUOLICATION. 1 «•,.-» 1 1 . ».-• ,»f i tie Inirtt.^f. t'nit<Ni Hiate* 1 » »< ' Offi<e. |^«* Antfelr*.Cal . \«fo»t IN 1*»« Soli, ri* t.r- » • . rlti-n tt»al J AMKS ».. 1 «»R. TKLYOU, of !,.»• Ancrlr*. CaJ.. hat filr*J notice of intrntion «<• makr j>i«»-f <*n hit dr*erl- tin.l claim N-v I2t\ tot Ihr •* '» «<f NW >„ ' t of NX •». N ', Of »W ', *nA N r * of *X »». Sr«. h. T«p. I* •». Xl« £,9 U M . r»for« K.tf»*t«-f and Kr<ei«-ri at I^>* A tjfrte*, t"al,. 99 l*r*.Ja«, thr4thda« .<f ' MoVt. I *.m. He nlfflM Ihr l«il««in( tm«e»*r* |.» nir»rr tbe complete irrigation and tes lamati.<a ol *.a»d land: I .'.•>!.! L. Cianr. of tiniriijl. Ca).; l.arl Loflfr.of !mi«-'ial. Cat.; J. \ . T«< ait. ««f Im- iirrial. Cal.; Klta It. I. otic ?<••». .>l Lot \n fc r:r». Cal. A.J ilfO:»VMMNk.t*;lilif tug X3~*tp 24 ■'". ~"OE~SEHT LANO. FINAL I»ROOF— NOTICE FOR Pl-n'-ITATiON. Department e.f the...

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. — 10 September 1904

Hotel Imperial IMPERIAL - - CALirORNIA MRS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. icm-iji— j F'iri"**irjt ■• I * ""™ ) • ~", i ,— —^^<^ m^ Free 'Buss to and from All Trains I HOTEL THELMA :t^r I Jfr >• l : rcc 'Buss to and from ell trains, l-inc Sample Rooms /♦ Clinr^es rioileratc. Run in connection with the hotel is ]'.* | The Thelma Livery giftJ&SliLd! f I^aild Contracting } A r^' i\^uijiii»eiii.<»f tekius conataiitly at g. *7 work on all ktiulii Vif Inud ciMitniclins. ljeveUng,gnnliirg,ilit4:liiiig, V bordering^ anil nil cliix* ■* «>/ rtt'.litnmtiun uoik donu prujurly ami -?%» +■ chv«|>ly in miy putt ul linjWrial Valley. .» S Hay and Grain flarket ah kimiaof fwd in stock at tiiu livery BUililcM for «alo nt ninrkit raten. Wln-a(, Marl«*y and Alfalfa £$• tiny. J{«»lli'd llarley ami all killdij of feCtl grniiiH. f W. W. MASTEN, Prop. * I Pioneer Hotel | 5 11 88, H # MOIJJCU, I'ltijiriatiir t</r. .Ninth and J. Ht. d < MEALS 25 CBNTS ? G Short Orders at oil hours->3O and 35c...

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. — 10 September 1904

M THE INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY || IS BETWEEN H I The Two Republics 1 fc§ Qlcxico is to California what El Paso is to Texas. It is at this point that the main line of the South- (Sgj #r§ crn Pacific road will cross the International boundary line, and passing through Lower California for a Kgj Pjc distance of about fifty miles, crosses back to the United States side near Yuma. just west of the g?5 jg§f Colorado River. S3 gQ The line is already completed to the boundary line at Calexico, and the work of extending the Kg K~5 same trough Mexican Territory will soon be pushed. fcO j/?5 At Calexico there has been established an American Custom Mouse, an official with a corps of IggJ l*~ assistants, while just across the line is the town of Mcxicali. There has been established a Mexican g3 jviS/ Custom House with custom officials. ESS gj3 Calexico is the to »% hich all goods must be brought for shipment from either country to the other. E25 f|« Therefore. Calexico is destined to become the ga...

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. — 17 September 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS VOL. IV. Published at the center»f the greatest irrigated territory in America, in the heart of the Colorado desert, San Diego county, Southern California, 67 feet below the level of the sea. Under pres ent canals, 250,000 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 the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million irrigated acres. THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE A Brilliant Session and Most Valuable Meetings in the Big Tent Charming Paper by Mrs. Sherman. "Beware of Pests," says Prof. Cook. Asparagus Strongly Recommended "Home" by Mrs. Minnie E. Sherman, of Fresno Home is where there's one to love! Home is where there's one to love us ! Eveiy living thing has an attachment to its home. We all know if we wish a good house cat or dog, we bring home the kitten or the puppy: An older dog or cat that is adopted has to be care fully...

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. — 17 September 1904

the contracts that existed between said Water Co. and the California Develop ment Co. and said Sociedad de Rigo. This issue of stock to be in exchange for the contracts and water stock re turned and cancelled, and not to cost the recipients anything above the actual expenses of the transaction. Sixth. — No one shall be eligible to purchase or own stock in said Sociedad de Rigo Unless he is a landowner in the Imperial V T alley (a stockholder in the Imperial Valley Water Users' Associa tion) and no one can receive water through Mexico for his use and benefit, delivered to his lands in the Imperial Valley unless he owns one share of stock of ihe Sociedad de Rigo for each acre of land to be thus supplied with water. Seventh. — In estimating the price to be paid for stock in the Imperial Val ley Water Users' Association account must be taken of all moneys paid out or expended for the purchase of rights and property and construction of works in the United States and the total of all of s...

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. — 17 September 1904

WATER POSSIBILITIES THE COMING SEASON There Will be All that is Needed for Every Cultivated Acre We have made us close an investiga tion as possi I >le as to the water situa tion, no as to iidviee the farmers in seeding this fall, and find Dial there is fully three times the opening that there was last year; also that the chan ces are the river will be higher than last winter according to the best author ity to be obtained. It seems the Cal ifornia Development Company have doubled the opening they had last year, besides also parallelling it with another canal. A few miles down the river they have dug another opening, which will empty into the main canal below where it is so badly filled up. Thus we feel confident that there will be all the water that will he needed to irrigate every acre that can possibly be put in to crop this fall, barring, of course, accidents which are liable to happen anywhere. The company have in the bast few niontns spent many thousands of dollars below th...

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. — 17 September 1904

. "Jl Dollar Saved is a Dollar Gained" To Those Who Use Lumber The Whiting Lumber and Supply Co. invite your attention to the fact that they are now prepared to furnish lumber in any quantity, of the best quality, :. at the lowest prices. Whiting Lumber and i Buildihg Material Supply Co. ** Los Angeles and Imperial I. L Wilson, Imperial Agt.,Ninth St AH Kinds F. C. PAULIN, President Wm. T. DUNN, Cashier Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY, CAL Capital Stock - - - $25,000 Paid in Capital - - - $12,000 Organized March 1 , 1 904, under the laws of the state of California Loans made on Tleal Estate and Approved Collateral DIRECTORS : F. C. Paulin, W. G. Emerson, J. W. Oakley, W. T. Dunn, George Frazer LEROY:HOLT, Pres. A. H. HEBER, Vice-Pres. GEO. A. CARTER, Cashier First National Bank of Imperial All Accommodations Consistent With Conservative Banking Ex- tended to Patrons Directors: Geo. A, Cajter, Leroy Holt, A. H. Heber, E. J. Marshall, I. W. Gleason, J. A. Morrison, V. Gant GOTO Charles W...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 17 September 1904

SILSBEE What's Doing Ovei at the Pleasure Resort on the Shore of Blue Lake Numerous swimming parties enjoyed a dip in the waters of our lake Sunday. W. M. Orrk'k and wife returned from San Diego Saturday after a pleasant visit of about two weeks. Mr. Browning has built a abed in the rear of his postoffice building mak ing it much cooler. H. S. Whittaker left Sunday evening for San Diego. When he returns Mrs. Whittaker and a niece will accompany him. A petition to call an election for a Union High School in the Valley is being circulated and Is being signed by most of the tax-payers Jcs. Miller, of linnerial, will bring over about 100 head of stock from El Cajon in the near future. He will probably pasture them near Blue Lake. J. R. Havens will begin work on his new house in a few days. The main building will be of adobe, with a frame addition. A. N. .Tones will have charge of the adobe work. Bert Iwin captured two Chinamen last week, who had just crossed the line and were making for...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 17 September 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS AT IMPERIAL, CAL., BY IMPERIAL PRESS CO. ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SUBSCRIPTION One Year - - $1.00 Six Months .60 Three Monti) s .... .35 Single Copies - .05 DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1904. 49~Watch the subcription date on your paper. It will be stopped at that time unless sooner re newed. ' *S~No credits for letral notices. Payment must ba made on or before delivery of affidavit of publication. F. H. Wales is authorized to receive subscrip tions for the Prbss and receipt for the same. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER WATER COMPANY NO. 1 It is hereby ordered by the board of directors of Imperial Water Company No. 1 that the Imperial Press be recog nized as the official organ of said com pany, and the secretary is instructed to cause to be published in said newspaper without cost, the minutes of all the meetings of the directors and stock holders of said company. Adopted by the board of directors of Imperial Water Company No....

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 17 September 1904

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave tor Old B«ach 3:27 a. m., and 1:40 p. m. Due to arrive from Old Beach 7:15 a. m., aad 8:05 p. iv. Holton-Interurban Railway. Trains leave Imperial daily, 8:10 a. m Arrive Holtville 9 a. m. Leave Holtville daily, 11 a. m. Arrive Imperial ll;5\) a. m. Albert Hart lias returned from San Diego. Judge Havens returned from the coast Thursday. Mrs. W. H. Hartshorn is enjoying a trip to coast points. J. H. Har|>er, of Silsbee, has returned (from Santa Barbara. Feraald has received a, carload of Milwaukee harvesters. The County Supervisors meet Mon day to fix the tax levy. JJPB Murray Paul iv,. of Brawley, was a visitor iv Imperial Sunday. Mrs. F. N. Burleigh, of Los Angeles, is visiting with her husband here. Mr. Guises has. returned to his duties here after a vacation on the coast. Banker Geo. A. Carter returned yes terday from a few days trip inside. Miss Lucille Hoi man came back Sat urday night from a visit at Los Angeles. Miss Eila Miller, of Brawley, is a...

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. — 17 September 1904

fyaqe's Imperial Creamery SAY, MR, RANCHER! HAVE YOU BOUGHT THOSE COWS YET? WELL, NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO DO SO. YOU CAN SELL YOUR CREAM AT A GOOD PRICE AND BE SAVED ALL TROUBLE OF DETAIL. CALL AND SEE US W. B. HAGE, JAY O. COOPER, Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Highest grade Commercial Work and Bankers' Supplies Agents Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Francisco Artistic Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 528 S. Main St,,. Los Angeles, Cal. Heber Commercial Co. HEBER. CAL. General Merchandise Examine Our Goods. Note Our Price*. Value for Value We Can't be Beat Our Stock is New and Fresh Imperial Jewelry Company Practical Watch Makers and Jewelers. Chaplin Bros. IMPERIAL LANDS National Irrigation Coming. When it Comes, Then Comes the Boom! Somebody is Going to Make Money Investing in Imperial Property at Present Values WILL IT BE YOU? IMPERIAL PRESS MORE CATTLE COMING Another Big Trainlo...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 17 September 1904

CALEXICO Items of Interest at the In ternational Gateway Gty. Wait Prestoa is ranching again after three months spent in Los Angeles. P. Barnes is in Los Angeles where he makes final proof on his land the 15th. Jack Aver is behind the counter again at Dr. Heffernan's store after a week's absence in Los Angeles. At a recent meeting of the Board of Supervisors, Morey Me Almond was ap pointed constable for the Calexico pre cinct. Herbert George, one of Uncle Sam's custom house officials, returned last Friday from a three weeks' racation at coast points. Water was turned into No. 6 canals Monday. This will be welcome news to a number of people who own land in that district. The Calexico Mercantile Co. are busy arranging the goods in their new store room. They will .be ready for business in a few days. Two gangs of Southern Pacific car penters are at work here, one bunildig the round house, the other the house for their pumping plant. Samuel Berliees, who has been, work ing in the Thing ...

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. — 17 September 1904

IMPERIAL TALES Woodpile Incubator— lmperial Kaffir Corn as a Poultry Food The Redlands Facts has the following interrsting story from a special corres pondent writing from Highland: When vol tin tees were called for to subdue the primeval stretches of the Imperial plain, Highland furnished her full quota. In addition to the large number who went out to do actual ser vice, there were many who bought land and sent substitutes. Enthusiasm per vaded the colony and every mother's son of them purchased every acre of land he imagined he could pay for. Many of these pioneers are succeeding and interesting tales of their varied ex periences are constantly coming over. The latest one is entitled "Joe Watson's Incubator." Watson is a prosperous orange grow er of East Highlands, who went to the desert to invest the accumulating profits of his orchard. Mrs. Watson found her health so much improved by the Imperial climate that the family de cided to reside there. In order to make the place seem h...

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. — 17 September 1904

Hotel Imperial IMPERIAL, V - CALIFORNIA MRS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. 7> !l^f &&& f^» * J^^^ — — — — — • '-,'' I Free 'Buss to and From All Trains I 1 HOTEL THELM A ! |l W. W. MASTEN, Prop. J| I ALL CONVENIENCES FOR f I THE TRAVELER J { NEW DINING ROOM I "f^ Regular Meals aud Short Orders <% 4 j^ Open at 5:30 a. m. Cooking and Service % Unequalled 4 T C. WEST, THE WELL-KNOWN CATERER, CHEF ;f I Piotieer Hotel I 5 MRS. S. MOLLER, Proprietor Cor. Ninth and J. St. 5 MEALS 25 CENTS 5 Short Orders at all hours— 3o and 35c 5 21-meal ticket for $5. Lodging 25c up. New and modern equipment. 2 q Public baths 2>c h Imperial Valley Abstract Company Can tell you the exact status of title to every piece of land in each of the Imperial Water Companies, and also in the Palo Verde Valley. Daily reports from the U. S. Land Office keep our records up to date. F. Q. HAVENS, Proprietor THF IMPFQIAI PDFSS- ' YEAR ' $l; 6 MONTHS ' 60c MIL llfll LKI/iL I KLOtj. three months, 35 cts. IMI'UUI...

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. — 17 September 1904

I THE CITY OF— = I I IMPERIAL § CALIFORNIA I Imperial is the leading town in the famed Imperial Valley, sur- || jpj rounded with an agricultural country second to none on earth, where p p; the husbandman makes all the way from $25 to $45 per year per M jQ acre, as a reward for his labor H Imperial is the capital of the Imperial Valley, and will be the p M ; county seat of the new County of Imperial, when the legislature, in || £j its wisdom, creates a new county in this part of California. || jp Parties desiring to purchase business or residence lots will find p I they are far below prices in other less favorable communities. || 1 For literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address H | The Emerson Realty Co. I M Chamber of Commerce Building H § 132 SOUTH BROADWAY H I LOS ANGELES, = - CALIFORNIA I I W. O. G A R B V • I M Local Representative | Imperial, - - California ij jAII'SHUI IMtKSS

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. — 24 September 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. i-jj-^w-u —»- *i — .--« i *„ii»j *<M<s-niii -*z- trnm m rau»ocii •mir vrwn ,a^— aMMi«»»— »»»»^— g— a^— «a—« ai« i ■ ■■nr*irt»wT» — -ajJ=^J.-f»a> J r. mmm- ».»-..,. ...— — . ■ .— p-f^-rf— — — — „^— rrrnT _^ r-r -^ lriTW> f'uklUhril «l lh« trnlrr of |h« greatrtt Irrigated l«rrllur> In AmcrUa, ln Ihr hrart of IhaCotoradodttrrl, San I>lr2" county, Southern California. 67 fr«r txlaw t he l««t I of Ih* •««. lindar praa. •«t canal.. 280,000 acr«- : und«r Irrigation tytttm when CMnpWUd. 400.000 mCf. Ad|aK«nt t« irrigated Uod In Arliona and Un.l to b« Irrigated by the National Government from the MOT* (rand Colorado rlvar «hktl » 111 make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acr««. "A NEW IDEA" W. E. Wilsie's Broad View of a Future For Imperial Valley More Transportation Needed as Well as More Crops — We Must Get to San Diego. Following \n tin* excellent |>afx»r of W. K. Wilnie r*«ft?rrrd to last week in the Furinern 1 Institute r...

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. — 24 September 1904

ln*t ppriuc In July, »«re civing ovrr ' two jvuii.J" <•! ifOltef frtt 111 a day« whtlr iiiDcto* 1 !! ft« »!i la«t winter ait» giving over a |*otind of buttrr fat 111 n day, It !• thin COntitIOOUMtCM of buttrr pr»» duitiou tliAt make* 'he hrr.l \aluAble. Tho flx^liH**!* of the amount of butler t I*l in a o«\*> milk niakfss it nfcraaarj tn w«ich t!»o brroliiik*. for by a chanjwj of Mood wo can lower tir rai?n* it in ou« gemmtioti very markclly. The plight ! IncrcaJC in buttrr f.U, the «j»v«»nd year thai a c»»w i* in milkiuk'. often tlecelre* • people into believing that thif i§ not I true, but tb in ri««* i*« due t«i the puj«erii»r cart' and fiTniuig the c>'w receive* in cv- j abling hrr t<» reach la-r limit, for the j concent rate*! f«*«il gixe* her all *be cun • Mviniilatc •<'• milk pnilucing fo»»|. In the llolatvill the chaiice of form :« often n»a'k»>l. The lielfem **ometiitief are •*» • coarn and t«eefy that one i*> a little a«h:iine<t of them, but « h««n ...

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. — 24 September 1904

I. W. Oleason Replies Prr-i'l.nt |{0..-i-vi|i, in hit letter of acceptiiucit itale*: "Our npitoiKmln can critiii-e whut we did in Piiintnnt' only on condition of mirt-ntalitu whatj Wim done, und Himihir miiirepiei>4MitMtion i* 1 1 ••• one wo.ipoii of oiir opp.xieiiti in regard UMttllff iH»licie*. lf I w<ih fin idly ruilllllded of tlli'M fltit incut* of the Prcxiduitt in reading tho letter of llolhwoll, I7lrev, ami Cluipliil in tli" ht*t i-Miie of the Imp -ri.il l'iu:-««, and ttie i|tie«tiou* r.ih-'l ure too it*ri hi* to l> • nlhmeil to c>* uuaiiHwere<|. Kir*l —In all board* of director* mil b'^ixliitivf Inidiii*. iiii|Hirliint ipieittiom* MrMjdiNCnmtfil and |m»|u*i«-«* nftuil e«tab> li-hed in cmicilrtei «*r coiiiuiitteu meet iiu'* of tliott) who can work in harmony ; ttnd when tint regular ui<H!tiiitr i* called it i« known in advaucu bow the vote will Nt'tnd. Tli" meeting of tho element of the I m |ht ml Valley Water Usera 1 An*ociation in Is** Au^eleN wan nothi...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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