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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

I "J1 Veltsr ssitd It * O#l/JF Oslntd" J jTo Those Who Use Lumber j ; The Whiting Lumber and Supply Co. invite your ] 5 attention to the fact that they are now prepared to J j furnish lumber in any quantity, of the best quality, j ■ at the lowest prices. $ Whiting Lumber and LlwinßJltaterlll,|L IwinBJItaterIll ,| j j StpMr Co. ; ; Im Angeles and Imperial % 1. L WHsom Imperial AgMlnUi St All Kinds 5 F. C. PAUUN, Prt*idenl w »'- T. DUNN, Cwhler Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY. CAL. Capital Stock - - - $25,000 Paid in Capital - - - $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. Panlin, W. G. Emenon, J. W. Oakley, W. T. Dunn, George Fraxer LEROY.HOLT, Prea. A. H. HEBER, Vice-Pitt. GEO. A. CARTER, Caahier First National Bank off Imperial All Accommodations Consistent With Conservative Banking Ex- tended to Patrons Directors: Geo. A, Carter, Leroj Holt, A. H. Heber, E. J. Marshall, I. W. Glea«on, J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

SILSBEE WWi Doing Om »i the Pleasure Rnoit on the Shore of Blue Lake fieo. Kowrlor loli SumUy for tlio iiMMiiitniiM to Ih> goito two or threo wrckft* Mm. Will Utiby ioinnl hor lutiilmnil li«r»« litJtt w««<k. Mr. Huhy will pr«»h nltly rfiniiiu ittveral lltOlltlif, lookeliiK «(U>r din cattla int«rci*tM. Tltero will l»o n mc'tiiiß next Humlny the 23th nt 10 a. in. Nt Hiim-ry'-» iitoro tn organ izo a church and Sunday pclm**!. Hv«?ryiiiie intarrittcd i« invited to iU tenri. Kov. Hun i». in, of Imperial, preached to it giMnl aixed aiidioucu at thin plncrc Sunday nit(ht. Tin? hoii^ Mrvlca wait I i #i I by Chan. IhrnderiMm mid ■K. 1.. knin-«*y with clarionet mid cornet. Mctwra. Hill and Milter, of Xl Cajon, liave cnxnKed tinwlurnxi* for it I* nit 100 Ij**;icl nf rattli*, from Mr. I'ylr mid Hert Voiinjj. Thu «t«xk is cx|>ecU?d to arrive thin week. U. 5. Land Office— Hon. P. O. Havens. Commissioner Filing* madi* niiicu our taut report: llouuittead uppln Knrt C. round (or S 1-2 of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS »r»ut**nft*rt*M«oft «t mruuutiu «t IMPERIAL PRESS CO. "BHTJgiD A^> tJCCOM) *XAS> MATTBR »u»sc«rnoN OneYrar .... 11.00 ?ll Months .«J Thnw* Months .... .X.% Blnple Copies • • • DO NOT SEND STAWt*S I* PAVMBVT ffATURDAY, SEITEMBER SLl^l. ft « ID Iw »torT«l •! l»*t Urn* ■*!**• x»»«»*r r» •#*NocffdU« l«c Wil •c*lc*%. ratra»*H *n««l b* m».i» o« t*t t*J«r» <fle!»t»r» of »oa««iivf ftiVJu«ti.-n. F. n. W*lr« U ••tbnrt**4 %« «<**«* •■b^cilp i ton. tot lbt> Picm aad rrcripl lor lb* «Jnn*. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER r'or President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vice- President CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana THAT THROUGH TRAIN A throtuh train to Ijm An^ele* haj t«<»cn ImperUri dream. The Pbe^s has often referral to it, ami daily Iwjics for it. A railroad man Ulely pive* ivs a diflervnt view of it, which i« m^irly as grood, and we present it for all it it worth: It is that he ha« heard that the Company i* likely to put on a local train, to rtin a* far as Colton,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

IMPERIAL Train Urn*. I.rue for Old Ilr if »« 3:27 a. m., and 1:40 p. m. Ihir «• «rrl»r fii.m oi.l llr.u h 7:15 a. m.« and 1 :05 p. m. Molton-lntrrurbaa Railway. Train* U.i*«- lnt|*rUl dallj, i:iu a, m Arrl«« Ifoltvllt* 9 a. m. Lffjt* ll»lt r iili> .Ijilv. II a. m. ArrUfl Imperial II :S0 a. m. 11. It. Andre was a vinitor to Calcxico Tuesday. J li'.y McPherrln ha* returned from a vi-it inside. W, I). (Jarey has In-en on a trip to l<o* Augoles. F. N. Chaplin has returned from a trip to l.fi« Augeluif. Banker! Obb.f A* Carter made a brief hiHiiH-HH trip to l«ofl Angelee Sunday. Western Union telegraph oinjrutor Agard hat been transferred to Pu«;nte. |j«roy Holt came in Sunday for a brief visit pre|»aralory to liin easturn trip. J. F. Coo|>er, of New York, in visiting lii- father, J. O. C»H>|^r, of the cream ery. Manager Yeakle, of the Telephone Co. went to Hau Diego .Sunday for bis family. If you haven't registered ninco the flr«t of the year— <lo so More Septem ber 29. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

INQLINEDtobeGONSTIPATED An indioaiton to b« cr>n*tijv»t^l it a comrooa symptom ol thn Aroericin peopl©. There it no qu^ninn hut that this it due m a pTrat measure to intlifiraiioo. and thai indigcuion comet fiuaa indiscretion d diet. Ixt lo»>l» bo daily eaten hko W3W I« HWH ■tjiQi A r^ ■_..-. 1 BaSl HH X* I vßqjHv r.^^^^ |m Hy| II Hm WS wmm mm lißßHia Il »*"' . . . " s . ■" WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD ] and ther- *mjJ 1b« no estipatioa-oo »oar womach-no formatioa of ns-?M it Is male roa »h« whoic whoot-borry-luicJ at a hi«h utajvcamrc-all inUigc»ublo matter reewvod. Palatable— Nuirifioiis— Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat VXt. rrt«. tbo cmw oT l>r. rrtw^ C««a DAkiM Powder aod Prllrfoet fTaTorte* Ext«cta. A essk bsok esotstalsf 78 uMttttt rtcsiprs tor c*te*ms Food s»aUsd frs«loB«Ts«i«ss. feared ky PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY, Chicago* lU. Heber Commercial Co. HEBER. CAL. General Merchandise f™™;™. Our Good*- Note Our Price*. Vatoc (or Vabc Ye Can't be Brat Our Stock U New and Fr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

CALEXICO ItTfm of Intrrr*! al the In lrtn«tion«l G«trw«jr Citj. Doul A Uockwowl aro local agents for the Prkss. IM. Dool in alrp.«rit on a week's vaca tion in \a>* Angeles. A. Y. Mndiioy in taking a trip to thu World's Fair at St. Louis. Constructing Knuineer Carilto is en* joying a fowdays vinii from hi* wife. Travelling Auditor Scott, of tho Southern I'acinV, wan hero on his regu* lar trip Tuumlsf . The Delmouico Itestaurant is dome a riinhiug hu«ine*s. The number of ntrttiigers iv town aro ixenoflUiug the reiftaumnts. Cliarl«*s Johnnon is buildinir a new harbor sh.ip north of tho Delmouico {{••fltaurant, to Ihi occii|iie<l by liurber Kllis.now at M. I). Davis* |>oot room. The construction crew Ix^an laying rnili acriMid tin* Ixiundary linn Monday. The work of grading is I*moj» coutiuu«H] on toward Yuma, tin* work for the new (tiding* being completed. « A fl-Hir is \w\iwz hud in the Methodixt church tent, which wilt be n*vA an a temporary school houiie. It in ex|»ectrd th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

LIIOAL AOVIiRnSKMtLNTS. j OESCRT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. Department of th# Inter***. t!rll*d Stales Lsnd Offtt*. L** Angeles, CaL, Vf>t. Ik j Notice is hrrtbr «iv«a that NANNIR N. rKCK.nf Otlaa, tal.. has Bled swHUe of la. iMiiiod tfl miht nr»%tf o«i her desert-land clslat Na. \%T>. fi»r tbe NW »k» k W 4 aad NX »*He<. Tap. i:\HH K. R, tl. M.. bef«%re the K<f »•• ler aad Rivetver at <*«»* Aatfclr*. C-l , mm ««!• ne«d«.t. the 2Mb d-v of tk tober. l*M. Sh'niatt tbe f«»lU»wls# witnesses to nrots tbe cwmplne tittgstioa snd revlaatstkMi ol said land: William W. M-Mfa.of Imperitl.CaL; !Umatl C Mark, of ImperUl. Cal.; Nets Knni-M,..! Imperial. Cal.: Andrew McAllen. ol lira* lev, Cal.; KMfflevC iVia-ers, «f L-»* Aaff*lesCaL: Uarctmrt W." !»*<■. of Cwviaa, Cal. A. J. CJtOOkSJt •_NX, Ragtetar. acp 2*-<v t 23 _________-_«. "^OE&IERT LAND. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. Department of tbe tatnW. UaitM) ststes Laad OOCfli, Los Aaf rie*. Cal . Aa#a*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

Hotel Imperial IMPERIAL, - • CAIHORMA MRS. LAURA WATHRS, Prop. tut Av^'-jrft'L* v^y^^^^BKWg^MMt^lH ' fin B Pfflwy-mS ■!. HI •— free 'Buss to and From All Trains ! HOTEL THELMA ! Jj W. W. MASTEN. Piop. * ALL CONVENIENCES FOR f I THE TRAVELER | | NEW DINING ROOM | i* Rcirular Meals aud Short Orders tr * • * ,4 Open at 5:30 a. m. Cooking and Service Unequalled T C. WRST.THE WELL-KNOWN CATERER, CHEK T I Pioneer Hotel § 5 MRS. 8. MOLLER, Proprietor Cor. Ninth and J. Si. 2 § MEALS 25 CENTS ? b Short Orders at all hours— 3o and 35c d p 21-incal ticket for $5. I/hl^mi^ l.V up. New and inodurn equipment* c r Public batliH "J-'h- 5 Imperial Valley Abstract Company Cnu toll you tho cznet ttAtus of title to every pioco of laiul in each of the Imperial Water Coinpaitiftit, and alno in thu Palo Vvnlo Valley. Daily reporta from thu U. 8. Laml OHlce keep our rcctirds up to date. F. O. HAVENS, Proprietor MIMPFDIAI PDF^" • YEAR. $1; 6 MONTHS, 60c Ilfll LKI/iL IKLOO. THRU MONTHS. 35 CTS. iMi'i.itiAi. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 24 September 1904

'O p . I 1I 1 1 THE CITY OF I • M p^ B 1 CALIFORNIA | P Imperial is the leading town in the famed Imperial Valley, sur- 111 rounded with an agricultural country second to none on earth, where |j| g|l the husbandman makes all the way from $25 to $45 per year per || |H acre, as a reward for his labor p! p| Imperial is the capital of the Imperial Valley, and will be the HI county seat of the new County of Imperial, when the legislature, in |g ||j its wisdom, creates a new county in this part of California. || !il Parties desiring to purchase business or residence lots will find p; [is they are far below prices in other less favorable communities. pg |I| For literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address i^ I The Emerson Realty Co. j Chamber of Commerce Building feG 132 SOUTH BROADWAY M H LOS ANGELES, - - CALIFORNIA | § W. D. OAR E V . I Local Representative %$ Imperial, - - California ll iMi'i:iihi. I'lu -»i«

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'ublUhr^ at ttMCtflUr of tU* I rtmit U Iff «*•!«•<! ttt ik\«* f In AmttUm. In iht Utm, t of Ih* Co*oc*do d**«-rt. Smn l>U r o county . S«ulh*ro C-llfacrrt«, 67 lr«t bfi<rw the Irvf lof th« m. Un4cr pr«« •«t canal*. 110,000 acr««t na6>rtrrf gallon system wkta completed, 400.000 met**. Adjacent to irrigated land la ArlxorM and hunt to b« Irrigated by tit* National (nvemmrmt Umm thaaaai* grmnd Colorado r I v«r which «Ulmak« •(•mMnx) tM»d>«f Mtn than a million Irrigated acre*. AN INVALID ORDINANCE With Inference of Double Play on Part of Staie Official Imperial** Chief Imdustry to be Protected by the Appointment of a Cattle Inspector Many of our Imperial readers will re call the |«t-«M£f in February hint by the Inianl of supervisors of an ordinance <k;«iKiied to protect the cattle men of this Valltry from the importation with in our borders of dirvM-'-d cattle, or of cattle aillicU*d with ticks or other para «iU?». This ordinance wa« drawn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION Directors Meeting Tucjulay— Quiet Time l-*or n I'cw Weeks tixpected Thr Kxittl of dlrccton »'f tt»o Imperial Vulley Wjitrr l*>»rV A»P*lalloti n»ct Tuc*tlfl> at tho< fikvof Imp-rial Water Ca*. No. 1, Chairman Holt prr*Sdingt The memben uf the bnanl cooaidered pome mnt<rii> of routine .ml detail, l«nt found little urn iMislnesii t«» j»a*« Opon. Mr. Ward, the comj«nr'« attorney, ftatc^l that pending further prr^ic** «>f the work of the .\*«<<"iati<'n. In* w«»nld m»t ri|«cct to rrcrixeany com|»cn»atk>n for fictxicr* n* Ir^r-il a«l*iwr «<f tl»c com* jiAny, thij* arrangement to continue through Oct'drr and Norember, or until fUch time prior to that date a? the active work of the company br entered intocr until some other mutually -«•:«■ factory Mlary arrangrmcut l«e aim-ed uj*»u. The members nf tl»e Uxird f»<*l tltat daring: the i>«-xt tJ^irty ur ?ixty dar», the attitude of t^e porernmeiit with n panl to the qu»-*tit»n of jmr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

r ni|| |k dage's Imperial Creamery SAY, MR. RANCH. R! HAVE YOU BOUGHT TIIOSE 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 t-r^ MM<k : <LJJ ,a EE t J .ir^..« l ,,.JMlll]EMlMlimilMlllllM^BlllniMMlllll \ FOR SALE | | thoroughbred, Registered Berkshire B 5 Boars 3 mm ° ntt > s f ° ; Y <* r ° jd g ii « CL,A\KE:rNV*I-. C I 7 M ||« South ol Imperial J JIJ I'ottoflke AdJret* lmp«riaJ. Cal. < ¥ *&E* fc 5i fc fc -. X Xi» k *\Mk «««« &«K«liiilJili«tftmKlim«KliKmiilifi ft&fi«KSS«« Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Htt;h<*#t Kradu Commercial Work and llnukcrg' SupplieH Agent* Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Francisco Artistic Lnbcl and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 523 S. Main St., !>».« Angeles, Cat. A'olf fresc Optical Company li\\^ Bnocej«x<»rH to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

WORDS OF PRAISE Prof. Cook, of Pomona College, Eulogizes the Imperial Valley Conductor of the Farmers' Institutes for Southern California Tells of What He Saw on His Recent Visit Prof. C«x>k, in his department of the California Cultivator, has the following to nay of the Imj^rial Valley: We have hold few Institute* that have been more Interesting than the one held at Imperial Sept. 14 and 15. It is wondtrful to we what progrr*s haf t»een made tl»ere in the short years fince the town «as started. It is very •vitletit that the placr it a marvel both in productivity and gruwth. As was the caw two years ap», so now, I was rery greatly impre*»ed with the frit, intel.i.cnceand refinement of the people- We do not al«ay« lo><k for this combination of qualities in a settlement co new, yet it wouKl I* hard t« find a mon* apprrcbtive and delightful audi* ence tl»an confmnU the •j'eaVer in the new town nf Im|<rial. In onmpany with Mr«. Sherman and two otber*, I rode wrar distance ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

TIMBER IN LOWER CALI FORNIA A Thirty-Mile Pine Forest at the Mead of the Gulf CharltMi llanipton of Han Iksrnurdino In here thin iroek. Ho wan in Lowor California in June, on a proi|»ocliiig trip, mid ro|>ort« a Hum li-nly of piuu ou thu «*-Ik*«" of thu (iiilf of California ut il* north went Corner t mar w here thu Port Han F«-lij«o in, to whici. ilm* Southern l'acitic lit nu|i|MJAod to be diuM-t*d. Tim litnUtr in «»n Hit; loj. of tin? Hun Vairn Murla iiiouiiLttiim, which rimt pruclpl* t«»UMIy from the Mca and r««a<:h an ulti tude of h«'vrrt*l thou Maud feet. Tho fort!«t in ulkiiil thirty mile* long and out; to live milea wid", with no undei bru»h. Hun Feti|« bun no inhabitiiutii, tlie luck of hhU-t liavinjj driven uwuy the Oicopahfl, who umni to live there. The mountain* have enough rainfall on top Ut make good pajttiimgu and afford grazing for a couple of thounaud head of cattle owned by Pedro Lopes, who reuda them to the Kuaenada mar* ket. Bank at Calcxlco Partial Miton-wt^...

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

\ WA Fo^ SALE 5 S Windows <p l»- ■ LUMBER! IST cheap | ! u^ Do not mind our knocking competitor. See * ■ his stock; get his figures, then come and see jj jj Cement Whiting. We'll show you. Get our figures. J I SS- Whiting Lumber and \ „ ri "°° Supply Company \ I Store Glass m \ j I. L Wilson, Imperial Agt., Ninth St i \ , „_ i — — , ...... ,n ■.! ■ '■— t iii ' ' ""— i iiii i ■» iii i i~m J F. C. PAUUN, rrcsklent w «»>- T. DUNN, Cwliier Imperial Valley Bank BRAWLEY. CAL Qpital Stock - - - $25,000 Paid in Capital - - - $ 1 2,000 j Organized March I, 1904, under the laws of the state of California Loans made on Real Estate and Approved Collateral DIRECTORS: F. C. Panlin, W.G. Etneraon, J. \V. Oakley, W. T. Dnnn, George Prater -LEROYJIOLT, Pres. A. II; HEBER, Yi«?-rrea. GEO. A. CARTER, Caaliier Pirst National Bank of Imperial AH AccomroodaUons Consistent With Conservative Banking Ex- tended to Patrons Directors: Geo. A, Catter, Lerojr Holt, A. H. Heber, E. J. Marshall, I. W. Glea«...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

LOCALS A Hit" 11 iVik left I l.m fLi v morning with a rarlu.nl of fllork, farming iiu* pft'iniMit* aihl lioihi'lihM good* I>>t liii |» nil mtlmtm lio vt\»trl* !<• iin prove? and «lovi*lm|i a rmu'li. Mm. IVrk nml 1 1 •• » children « ill «■• to ili«« beach (or « week or two until thn honii* i* mtdy for occupancy. — Smi hiinu* Kaulo. 8. W. Worth- n, from lk)lllnglmin, WaaliliifgfHi, arrived r«i«'-l.iv to took nfliT I In* Hunt nidi* farm of ln« lal«« brother, IMwurd U, Wot thru. 8. W. in plraMvl with ih<« country, nml pro lid rii'ii to become n |>orinanutit resident. Klor»*nc« Alien, nl I m |»**riul, Im* Irvu visiting Mr. ami Mm. M. Wjnsor i hi** Muck. Slur \n n young Indy of con- Mi<li'rulili* musical talent. — Yunni Sun. PKOFKSSIONAI. CAKOS LI N. I'VKK.ATroKNKV-AT-LAW, ' ' • lin |M*rial , Cal. Contract* and Ic^ul |ut|H»rt<of allkindi* cartrfully uxeciltcl. IyiAcDOUOAL A THOMAS, ATTOIt- Will (Vractlco in all the courta of the Stat««. Oili»o, boriiurUth »t. and liii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

TM E I M PBRIAL PRESS ] re»i4m«r»»ftTr*n»t» «t iMr»»i»t-c«i-. »? | IMjPEIUAL PRKB3 CO. ISwTTBRCb A» »nCO>ti q^ss MATTCW MnscviritoN Ono Yf^r • • • • tl- 00 Hix Montlti .... .«>> Throo MotiU.a • • • • -^** , Finplc Copies ... .OS { DO NOT SCM> ST»MPSt^ PAY.HgVT A 1 t " l> JljJl^£S!?lll£ X I<W> ' «#-U'«ich t»»« »ttbCTlrtk»« 4«tr »o y«ur r«r*». It • ill b* Marred •« ««"« tl«« »nlr»» •*••»« r« f»r««4. si-No crtdh* tt lrv»l »«^»Cf*. P*Tin»«l »w«*t t* m»A* <»• or t*loft- tfrtttnj ol *&J*«U»*» ~{\ n. Wji^c* l-*Blh "tire* t* v+tT\* r »at«*ci »*»• * • i CITY OFFICIAL PAPER r'*n Presnlent: THEODORE ROOSEVELT «d New York For Vice* President CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana "THE SEVEN SLEEPERS" The follow iue ?inu|rbt-fron»-Hje»*liooi- >. dt*r editoriaJ b from tJieSau I»it%:o News of 220 d ult, and hjti tbe sleepy oW low v a polar- plexus that ought to pdvanice it i iulo aciion. Hit him a^ain, Bro. News, you're the L«»ss* siosgerl It refers to next-«npervisor Wilsi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

IMPERIAL Train "flm«. t>»»* for Old ll«- •« li 1/7 a. m., and 1:44 p. m. I'ur |,Uf(,,r fr,.n. (11.1 llr.i. li 7:15*. Ml., «l»d B;Q3 p. •". HcUnn-lnlrryrban Hallway. Tr-ln* l* «»•• I.ut— fUl .lall» . h: t» a, m Arrlr* ll.ii*lii«. * a, «. !,«■*»«■ Iliiltvlllr <1 jil*. II ». ra. Arrlts ImixrUl »»;<■» a. m. WATER COMPANY NO. 1 It iii lieruby ordered by the I m Mini of director! of lui|N*riiil \vut««r ('<»ui|«u»y No. 1 t liAt tlie lui|«'rial IVew Ik? mrog tilted ait tli« oihYUI onmn «»f iald com pany, vii.l tlid N«cretary In Instructed to cauwj to ln« |»iil*linli«*«l in wiid neu «pa|<er without OOMti the minute* of all the meeting* of (he director* and stock holder*of Kii'l COIIIIMIiy. Adopted l»y the (>oard of directors «'f Imperial Water Company No. 1,. Inly 2, Mm. It. D. MclMiorrin, See. J. W. Granu'ey of Ventura county i« looking after hi* interests in the Valley. Will Aduiiin ha«i moved with hit fam ily into David Chaplin's housu on II street. W. C. lUyinond, of ll...

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. — 1 October 1904

HEBER r"r<wa ib* Ccllrpe To*o A »|ti lai train «cut ihroujih to <".»;• etico a few »!m« itimi*, Mn. N. Land«lwru hfti h*en qu ilc '" for wvcral «ia> fft» t but i» a little moir comfortable* The firot •tr.^ct lirf'jt in IfeSer made ile npp«%»raticf at the I\i*i i»tlico ftorv a few dayi fincf. Henry I-ake ha? Ixvn a little under the weather for wveral dart. At UM aoooonU ho «a;« improving. Jolm W. Ctrtinprr from Sotwfai, Ven ttiri.i od,, i* l<«okin{ U]>«*Kl ffietuU asi I acquaint* nor in the Valley. Mes?n«. Herman an<l Jami*«m are finding out nire tender "ttMl* ainl rvciMf— rpood encni^h to •uil the mo*t ft-tidiou*. J. li. Whiting ha# built a bridge ovrr the lV»c«o*"«d ni*ar Hie ic**\ of Main ftreet for tl»o convenieiJCO of the rr*i* dent? «ie*t of town. Fred Abram* wa» bitten oo the ««c»ft pabte by an ant, he thinks. The parts immediately l»r£au ftufljiu;:. and only for the timely a*Vt*tance of t>r. Itritfith with a lance be might have had terioui Heber Commercia...

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. — 1 October 1904

CALEXICO Itenv of lolrtnl •« the In. trnutioatl Catewajr City. Mr. Hanborn will ff|»oiid his vacation in s.iu Diego and vicinity. Hcho«d eommencei Munday with Minn l-'uiiiiu (iunkill, of Kuu Dii'go, teacher. KtiKiiM-t-r Hardy, of the Uechtmntiou Bervice will noon rnjoy a Vacation in* • ide. A K«ng of rarp-nteri are hiiny put* ting in a drop at Palmetto, one mile vac I of Uafie'a levee. Hoy Klneald has returned toCalcxko ofter a nhort vifiil at hit home in Han Dlcgo.— -San Diego Union. . ; The CuliforniM Development Co. in iiiiulin^ lumber for the construction of a new heading on the Alauiitos canal, «is milen east of Calexicn. Tiling Hroa. and Kd. Aikcu will bring about 230 Ciiltl'j from acroMS the Mexi can l>or«ler in a few weeks, or an soon «u> thu U. S. tntipector arrives. The First Natloniritank of 'Imperial Itns arquireil tl»e loin recently b«iug<it by W. F. Holt, and will carry out his plans for a banking business 1— "Mr. and .Mrs. 8. 11. Bnu/g and Mr. and Mm. William...

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