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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

LI-41AL ADVIiMTISIiMILVTS ORDINANCE No. 7 An Ordinance Xo pfDVldc for tho IteeiMh inj* of Bardncss) Carried on in the City of liii;« mil Thn l'»«iar«l «4 Tfu^trr* of th«* City of lni|<c»Ul do «'t>laiu as follows; — Sivrio* I, That it *hall ba unlawful for any |«er*»r»n or pf>r#vtts t«» conduct or carry on within the o«r|H»rrtt*« limit* ol the City of lui|«eTial, any »«w\ation, tt.^.l". calling or employment in this ordinance spedflcd, either in ilieir «>«u names or for Uieirown profll *»r benefit, or as ap'iitj* f«»r any other |«rr-«Mi, firm or corporation, «»f other* iw, wtth.ml firt-t procurlnfl a lkrem*c ftom «aid City ■O f/i do, ami if any jiT?-"n «»r |»erT»*»n*i, either lor tlwmsclves or ai« t*senl«v shall conduct, or carry on. any vocation, trade, calling. l«i»inc*A!» or em|»l«\vmcnt af-rr« aaid, wit lmo I ha vine fn*t |r.«cuit>l such lirciifK*, be, she or ihey slmll Inp dcfinrtl guilty w a mi^lemeanor, f<*r t-ach \ioU- lion of this ordinance, and *h&\\ u...

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

Hotel Imperial IMPIRIU, - - CALIFORNIA MRS. LAURA WATI2RS, Prop. Tree 'Buss to and from Ail Trains 1 HOTEL THELMA ! J| W. W. MASTEN. Prop. * ALL CONVENIENCES FOR * | THE TRAVELER J | NEW DINING ROOMf 4? Regular Meals nud Short Orders ~<T jfr Open at 5:30 a. m. Cooking and Service ±z, <& Unequalled *Sr T C. WHST.TME WELL-KNOWN CATERER, CHEF T * *T 1 Pioneer Hotel | 5 MHS. S. MOLLKIt, Proprietor Cor. Ninth ami J. St. cj § MEALS 25 CENTS $ S Short Orders at all hour 9--30 and 35c c p 21-iiical ticket for $•"». Lodging 'J.V up. Now and modurn equipment. 5 C Public haths lT>c 5 siruinn/uvri/xAnn/vi\ru\nrixvriAnAn/innA/\r^ Imperial Valley Abstract Company Can tell you tho exact itatui of title to every pit*co of land in each of the Imperial Water CompanieSi and alno in tho Palo Vcrdo Valley. Daily rc|»«irt« from tho U. S. Land Ollicc kevp our records up to date. F. O. HAVENS, Proprietor THF IMPFDIAI PDF^K- i year. $v 6 months, eoc lIIL lIVirLKI/iL I HLOO. thru months. 35 cts....

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 1 October 1904

I THE TOWN OF i iIHhK h i< 1 i I CALIFORNIA 1 The Southern Pacific Railroad has just been competed to this "Athens of the Imperial |g Eg* Valley." Here H The Heber Agricultural College B ijps be located, over 5300,000 worth of property having been set aside as a donation for this worthy W& gps educational object. PrS kS< Hebcr is in the heart of as fertile a country as the famed "Valley of the Nile." Everything gTo.vs in fS^ @6 generous abundance. The farmers are prosj^erous, and the surrounding countr)- demands that a town gjg be builL A new bank building, nine business houses and numerous dwellings have already been con- Egg Pa* traded for. For literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address |& I The Emerson Realty Co. I Rn ! BrB Chamber of Commerce Building & || 132 SOUTH BROADWAY @ LOS ANGELES, - - CALIFORNIA g I FRED L. EHERSON | Local Representative wg ||j P. 0. Address: Imperial, California || IMI'KIUAI. IMIKHft

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. •»yfcll»hr4 at th# irour of the greeted Irrigated terr Jlor/ In America, In Ihe heart «f lh« Colorado desert. San Diego county. Southern California. 67 feet below the level of the •*». UrnUr pre« •ntcanal*. 250.000 acres: under Irrigation tyttrm when completed, 400,000 acret. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arlirma and land to be Irritated by the National (ktvernanent from the iibii graad Colorado river which » 111 make* combined bodyof more than a million Irrigated acret. GONE TO WASHINGTON W. F. Holt and Dr. Lombard Summoned by the Department Lookj Like "Something Doing* in Our Business at Head quarters The appointment of W. F. Holt ami Dr. Charles S. I»iiilmrd hy the Water rwi«' Aftsociation of 1 1 < • • lni|H*rial Valley lo represent it in pro muting to the Administration the claim* of title Kcction for governmental ownership ii familiar. to our readers. Tho*e gentlemen had not yet none but weru deferring their departure till notified that the Depar...

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. — 8 October 1904

than Ibr atl r»f entidQcting wu l-«i*«1, nud national ijot'f'rtinwnlal «fT;nf». Mr. WiUie i* ftmllUr with the nertU *4 , Uiii Valley, and lu»tcad »»f opp»#itK»u !,r M.ii !,. i cftry republican Influence wc*t v«f the mountain! ready t*» cv* ujTifttc with him «n every Qndertakititf for tlje odtaucctntnt «•! the Intervals the Valley. Thrrr i« one fact which 1 <l«-« : tr t<» Iropreai upon y«««r mind*. While «t present Uie democra la ha\ca majority of one in the Uu-mi »«f *-.ijtm !:*•!■•. with Mr. \VU» fc's election the lt-*rd will N« nndct republican control. In I*>^« their will It tw«» wiperriiwrs elected from diftricU «>'"* reprtwentetl by democrat* an. l one «*f Ihrw «li»ttict.« will, wilhout d«««bt. ele*t a rvpoWicau. If y.u should re-rlrct Mr. Ja«|<rr he would W with lite minority and all your f«v«»r« would ihen cx>iue frx.in re» pabltcans liun*; outMik of your dislrtct. In San I^i«V" we Itave learned lo apprt ciatc Mr. Wilsie for his »teflin^ «iiiali tic* and I a...

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. — 8 October 1904

IMPERIAL REGISTRATION List of Voters Registered in Imperial Precinct From Which you Should Sort Yourself Out, and Sec That You Get Where You Belong. By courtesy of Supervisor Ja»|»er, at Ban Diego, the Pbcsm is favored with th« following: Eimtoii Paitss: , , . . My Dear tflr—Knclodi-il find list of voters registered in Imperial precinct— tins Hut includes) both the city and outsidi* pm-iiut. A copy has al»«» been forwarded by the Clerk to each of the following deputies: Garey, Banta, Hivens and Mi- Phcrrln, with fnll instructions to M»pnrate the city fruni tlie country pnciiu it, s<» them will bo no mix-up on ultffiiion duy. This matter mast In? attended to promptly. - JAMES A. JAHPER. . IMPERIAL Bake r f John ii Boughton; F J ltelcove. John Dulton, Geo Ffiring, Wm R Fuller, John Ganiiie. Chua Groat. E R Grovi*, II E lluddhr»ton, D C llomk, X II llnvfiin, FG Mauley, ltanc J N«*wiuan, Reuben O'Day, Mike Priltar.l, J II PouatOtGiovanni E Rom an, John Bwecueyj J J Hmith, F C Powell,...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

I s^e's Imperial Creamery I 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. HACE. JAY O. COOPER. Prorciclor Manager and Butter Maker ■ S FOR SALE g I thoroughbred, Registered Berkshire | 2 Jsoars S months to / IV*/- 0/</ J ' ~~ j; * CLARENCt fc. CUiNAIN I 7 Mll«» South ol Imper:*! 3 l\»«toUk-e Adiirtu ImprrUJ. Cal. * | , ,— — 11 T ■■■■'■■ -— •— ' 1 1 ■■ Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationer}' and Office Supplies Htsbest grade Commerrial Work an«l Hankers' Supplies Agenti Mutual Labd and Uthojraphlc Co.. San Francisco Artistic Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 313 S. Spring St., I>*9 Angvle*, Cal. Frese Optical Company Iru^ ?i*rre*«««ri« to A«l<4|ili Frvxeainl Brain Harm* Optical Co. JUiL^ |26 SOUTH SPRINCI STI-in* LOS ANOELES, CAL \|at:uf^< turvr- au<! ilciilvrw in ®^ Optical. Mjlhfmatical. EnQincerinQ ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

ELECTRIC POWER PLANT Will be In Operation In About Two Weeks Manager Hubbard of tho Power A Light Co., HtaUm that with good luck the now electric plant will ho in Opera* tiou ill about two wceta. The machinery ha-, arrived and in net up. It cotmintN of a fifty librae |Miwer Nagle engine, and a f«uty-live kilowatt Wimtingli'MMi' dynamo, mak ing 7,'*lM nltirrnalioni to tho minute, «-/ti>al»ln of furniiihikig current for 750 *iii«vu candle power lighU under nor mal comliti'MH and if piithed will run 1,000 lights. Tin; boiler ha* !»een in place and the p'iwer huiiHe con*truct4Ml for Home weeki, .m<i wire.i are strung on poles about the city, ready for connection with the iuiide wiring. Making More Butter v The creamery in now churning every day iv the week except Monday, the Amount of cream being too large to Im? churned in the old manner, tsvary other day. Letters of appreciation for the quality of Imperial butter are coiiMtaut ly being received and the product in meeting with gr...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

| w , FOR SALE 2 Wtndow* I !»-» LUMBER! IST' cheap | Lime nol m^ our noc^ n 8 competitor. Sec a [ his stock; get his figures, then come and sec j 5 Cement Whiting. We 11 show you. Get our figures. J jSS- Whiting Lumber and I „ „ '"" Supply Company ; * Store Glass rr J r ** ■ ; I. L Wilson. Imperial Agt.. Ninth St Jj »""""' ■ .—iiiiij.il.il.- J'l.'H"' " ill "' l-JJTTr-^-rr*- 1 'T'l "T i =— 838 F. a PAOUN, Pr«ii.leni 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 Real Estate and Approved Collateral DIRECTORS: F. C. Paalin, W. G. Emereon. J. W. Oakley, W. T. Dunn. Gtorge Fraxer LEBOY.HOLT, Prt*. A. 11. HEBER, Vice-Prea. GEO. A. CARTER, Caahicr Rlrst National Bank of Imperial AH Accommodations Consistent With Conservative Banking Ex- tended to Patrons Director* : G<?o. A, Carter, I-*-ror Holt, A. 11. Ue\*-r, E. J. Marshall, I. W. G\ea9*m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

SAN DIEGO AND IMPERIAL The "Uulon" Olscusms the Needs of Direct Communication The New Colony a Marvel of Uotcr prlae and Deserves Better facilities (Unionl Fivo y«ara ««"• wlmn thu great jm>»ni hililicit of tin* lmp«:rial country wo.ru l*ec«imiii^ uppnri'iit, tin* problem ol di rect trau*i>ortation hy rail hetweeu that flowing iM)ttli?iiitiiit ami the port of San Divgo Ih*k«h to prcnn for nolution. Am a result came v project for an otcctrfc road to connect the colony with thir> Citf. It wim hihiii reuhxed, however, thai the real object to h«« attainted wa it direct line of modern •Nm railway from Sun Diego to the Colorado river, and tliuitro to tilt] rant, thin great* or undertaking including, of course* the desired line from thin city to Im perial. All are familiar with thu out come-the present Sun J>u*K<>-Knatern railroad project, in whose tmcceiui people who understand the railway situation have full confidence. Hut during them* five year* the Im perial colony h...

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. — 8 October 1904

THE IMPERIAL fRESS ixirKKiAi. ntr.s* co. "CNTCHKO A 5 MICOMI C4.ASS MAO Ell SIfM^WIPTION On* Year • • • • $1.00 j^ii Montlti .... .00 Three Month! .... ..ij> Hinple Copies .... .i\*» DO NOT SBND STAMI»S l> PAYMENT SATrithAY. OCT»»HKK >. l'«l. • iTWstch the • uhcHptfcm datr «n jwtf r«prt. I*. H. W*l<-« i« aath'^irwl t<» rp«l»« »«^*cf ij» t ior.» for tb* Pa*.** a»4 t*<*i(< Urn I** •jib**'. CITY OFFICIAL PAPUR fV«r President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vioe»Prr*»<!ent CHAHI.KS W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana For C<»nj;rt-s«nian S. C. SMITH of Kern Cttr For supervi*or — Thin! District \V. E. WILS!E,of li«j*rial Regular Kc}»oblicati Nominee President Roosevelt is the irrigators' friend. Carrie Nation is jailed at'- Wichita. Even Kansas isn't so big a fool as it looks, sometimes. Lexington, Kentucky, has | bad a "blue law** beige of Sun-: day closing, and decided it is not good. It having been demonstrated that hot air will not build a rail roadt San Diego had b...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

IMPERIAL Train lln». t«Mf| f.ir Old 11. «rli 1:27 a. ir*., am.l 1:40 |i. ni. Iliirliilintf ImiiOM llrjihTllW. 111., atlfl • ;fts p. i«. Moltoa-lntrrarbaa Railway. Ti.tim Uat# |.ii|-ri.il .l.nly. <;lUj. ni. Arrlva II .ii»ln- 1 a. mi. l.rjic ||>i||rlll« <i *■I v , II a. in. Arrit* lin(.'»ul ii:* i a. ni. WATI-R CO.MI'ANV NO. I It in h«*rvl»y onh»r»»d by I lit* board of (lircct'trM «»f linpri.il wafer Company No. 1 that tlid Imperial Prcwi Iks rccorf iitr.4'«l urn tin* ollit-iiil orgnu of said com pany, and UiO nvrWiiry in Instruct*! t«» causa to Ixi published in Bald nuwsnajior without r«>it, ti<« iiiiniittM "f alt tliO tm*ettngfl of llto «lin'« t'MM and stock holders qf pwM ««»ini;any. Adopted by (lit; (mard of directors of Ini|M-rI ni|M-r i.-il WitUrr Company So, I, July 2, likj:i. It. l>. Mci'lierriu, Koc. E. L. Wales lit appointed cattl.; in njM'ctor. Frank Salisbury has been in I>»s An gelcfl "ii o short trip. Mrs. T. P. Bunta goes to Lo* Angeles next week fo...

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. — 8 October 1904

HEBER Notrt ft Vnsunf I itn 1 ! Irani iSe College To* a I). G. Whiting hat bceu on * trip to Stockton. Mr*. Abramt hat returned from a trip to lli« ooatt. Henry Lale i« quite ill ami under tl»«« care of Pr. iintfith. Wwlfjr Perry anil family arrived from Clmla Vifla WednekUjr, Mr*. Hecker and tiro pon* returned \a-\ Saturday from tlirir varathui on the OOaSt, \V. 11. John«*on, wlio ha« Ith in the employ of IVar Hrx*., loft Siuul.it for Yutna. Mr. and Mr*. Nathan I^n.UNrv drove to Imperial and hack Tlmf-Uy on & business trip. The Van Horn tchon! tu opened Monday with Prof. McD »nald of San I l>ie£o a,? teacher. Terrill Bn««. expect jonn to move to Kansas where their father recently | bought a larpe much. Mr. Chappel w preparing to build ■; boa<*c on Dahlia canal *l»«u f . two and \ one- half mile- from Heber. Heber G)mmercial Co. HEBER. CAL. General Merchatidlse Ertmtm 1 Our Coods. Nose Our Price*. Value for Value We Gm't be Beat Our Stock U New tod Frtth Chaplin Bros. IMPE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

HOLTVILLE Brirf* I'ir.in th* I.Wlrw Hub of iKr Imperial Valley ll* It. And™ of liujH-rinl wm a visitor l»«ro Thtirmliy. Howard Hlikn is coming out from low* to work for Mr. Chaplin. Frank N. Chaplin in about to build a ranch liou-wa at his plara fact of town. V. K. Ilortger of UrdlamlH arrival TWtslay with a curload of good* and ■toeki prepared to make his home with us. , Mr. and Mrs. Hridenstine hav<* re turned from their vacation R|wut on tho coast and at the World's Fair at Hi. Lou la. l^onifi Keep is building a tiarl»er shop •m» Holt avenue. Mr. Keep has found l)unines«i too proving to remain hingcr in a tent. King 1.. Kfttdle is building an alioU; ntortß building 2.*>x75 feet. It will I*; plastered iniiide and out, and has a cel lar 15x30 feet. 11. I*. Ilrown ratm* down Wednesday from I.o«I .o« Angelei* to look at bin •cction «}f laud northwest of town, adjoining Dr. l.oiiihardV Capt. Patton, who ba<* 320 acrex on the Katfjiidc, ban \»-en enjoying a visit from his brot...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

WATER CO. NO. 1 Important Dtrectom' Mrctlnc Oct« ober 4 Miuutct of a iiKH'tim; «»f M <*< ) «.f I»i rrctorn «>f Imperial Water Com|«ity No. 1 October 4, ITO4, Th© inert iutf «»!• rj»ll»^l t«» «»»\lrr l»v rrr»klrut I. W. Glf*son< l»it«-*-l«»rT» present. K*!^ar, Gaul and Glcast>n« The mlnain 0/ mertimrs «»f tl»c iv»*r\l hrM July 4 3» ami September 1. l'>M «ere Iben read and approved. Movrd by Mr. F^l^ar that the f^crr- Ury l«e autl^trifol t«» pay the O. M. Schmidt claim f«»r damage* in the cum of |3T,*» on oMiditu*»i that two arrr» «»f land oorering the cotn|atijr v a c.in.il ami right of way l«c*lc*t>ltxl to »jhl Company, totffllier wiU» five i>harvi» of tin* capital itock of said Imperial Water Company No. I. And tliAt tlw Secretary be fut tlier instrocted lo charpe $i.V» i>l Mid | amount to tin? account of the California IV'velojMuent Company. The motion ; prevailed. On nvotion of Mr. Gant. tbo vice president ami secretary of U»e corpora* tiun were hi:!i •...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

Hotel Imperial IMPERIAI, - - CALIfORNIA I M«S. LAURA WATI-RS, Prop. 1 I Free 'Buss to and From Ail Trains I i { HOTEL THELMA f W. W. MASTEN. Prop. * ALL CONVENIENCES FOR f | THE TRAVELER J | NEW DINING ROOM | *?* Regular Meals aud Short Orders *T" j* Open at 5:30 a. m. Cooking and Service *£. 4^ Unequalled 7 C. WRST.THE WELL-KNOWN CATERER, CHEF T H. J. HAVENS opthb STAR HARNESS SHOP Ih liiick ami remlv for biiHiucHa, Try him for LOW PRICHS Imperial Valley Abstract Company ('tut t«>l! you tin* exact Btntufl <»f title to every piece of hind in each of the Ini|>cri*l Water Companion, and nlao in the Palo Venlc Valley. Daily re|Mirt« from thu U. 8. I.aiul Ofllce keep our records up to date. P. 0. HAVENS, Proprietor G. W. McNear General Grain Merchant Th««t' wiiiitiiiiS Knfllr ami Kgyptltin corn for nvm\ will do well to get it boom, as we muni rh'ftn houne for th.« now emo. R. R. TOOMI2Y, Local Agent IMl'Klcm. PHKflfl Where Both QUALITY and PRICE are Right We have the only compl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 October 1904

1 THE TOWN OF I S r 1-1 F^ DC D I i TrSi 1 1] |i f~™^ i^ i^ w^ I fey) SI * * I S I CALIFORNIA I Tlic Southern Pacific Railroad lias just been competed to this "Athens of the Imperial |gj Wi Valley." Here |j| 1 The Heber Agricultural College 1 will be located, over $300,000 worth of property having been set aside as a donation for this worthy Wr§ fes educational object. HfS g§» He I<i Yr 1 ( 1 (i :' of as fertile a country as the famed "Valley of the Nile." Everything groAs in [SS gjg per.crous abundance. The farmers arc prosperous, and the surrounding country demands that a town 5*5 N^* be built. .A new bank building, nine business houses and numerous dwellings have already been con- fc§3 Rj* traded for. For literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address 5S 1 The Emerson Realty Co. | 2§ Chamber of Commerce liuilding & M 132 SOUTH BROADWAY W> I LOS ANGELES, - - CALIFORNIA M I FRED L. EHERSON | Local Representative II P. O. Address: Imperial, California || IMfK...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 October 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL IV. Publi.hrd •( thr ifoicr i>l the gr«alr«t Irrigated territory In America, lff Ihr heart of the Colorado desert, Smtt f)l«fo county. Southern California, 67 feet below the level »f (he tea. t;o.J«r pr«f* «nt canal*. 230,000 acres : under U rlgatlon • y Krm wlim completed, 400, 0(K) acret. Adpicent to irrigated land in Arizona and land to br Irrigated by the National Government from th« ••me t raitti coiuimlo river which wltlmake a cotnMncd body of more than a million irritated acret. THE REAL SITUATION San Diego Needs Business For Her Harbor, and Im perial a Market For Her Produce A Railroad Between the Two Would Solve the Problem, and It is Up to the People to Build It It Will Increase the Value of Every Acre of Land in Im perial Valley and Every Pound of Its Produce. K<»r more tluiti a qirtrter of n century tho beautiful city ol San Diego, with her magnificent harbor, has been completely Imi:W--I up from Uiu coiiiinorcial world vi though liotfiiltj ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 October 1904

THE MAN FROM MESA l.«>i»k* Upon Imperial and say§ It U Oood-llilnk!» He'll lake Some In m*n H.»n. B, M. Wilbur, i>f Nl.'.n. Aii »<•!»», «*i» si }»lra*«tit c.illrr ftt the I % ri:*« otnice Mohdar. Mr. WUlmr lua p^v 1 * run by protewion^ Imil ««f !.»««• >«ar« a lianWil of \\c*m wild pfi mil rut iti t »»•» Irriiratlon pfb!4«nw ol Ihc **«>» Uivef V«lley, having Urn • i»t l« Wwhlng" ton t««» y> at* .t^<» In t!»»t Interest by the W*tor Ujnt*' A«»vi»ti' n. He and Mr.«. W. arr 01.l fru'n.U and n « * el out i:im! |ieo|»le, Jq>l(M an. l >lr* 1. I*. llanta. ami fkl^pM^l •*"* ol ''" ir fi ;* trim fiom n ri««t racatl«»n t» *i«Jt tljrm. I»r. \ViUmr ha« i»-' :' « '<-•'• lien* at pm»ent, l»<>t htr- tl"« V . .\ and thinks *>i aojiurim: •■«>»«•. He *a> j! plraw« Mm ptvatlt t • »<"•■ * district like Utii with OMllroileil «al«r l«rliind it (they ate nnt W W««w*l >n Me-.» v i «lwit!iV *ini{tlicity «•< tlie «.^ter j.ro!> lem hrrr pleai»e* bun O\rr ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 October 1904

VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT SO CIETY A I'rotnlihi;: llcgluulnK of Some (lood l.o.iii Work To Mm, 8, ". l.ouir halting! tin- er«uit nf utartltiuj a Village Improvement Ho* cioty. At her iuvit.iti 11 o number ol tliotlfflilflli |hi.|i|«» met Wfdii'H.hiy ni^lil nt tin' hofijiltitbhi lioute of lietwlf ttfid litmlmii<li on ij/i.tii k tree I (or that |»ur« Ikwo. They lftcltl<li*tl, bwddeM Mr. and Mi-. Long, I. A. Thomas 10*|., Ucoi A. Cui'cr, «n*lii»r • f tin* Kin»t National Hunk, Dr. I". J. hold, Mini! Flora Wii lom ami Prof, NorrUii, of the public riltiMil, ami Mtf. I). ('. lluddleitton. IdeitM varied im to thu hlojh* of t lit* |.tu|fM.i! oiK'iiiii/iili'»n, hmiic thinking it dhoiiltl !»■• t'otiiiiH'd to Ntrlctly liiipromu* incut I'luiin; oilh'im Unit It nhould ciii* broil! al»<* literary font IIP w. Final I v a comiiill too cowdwtinx of I » r . Hold, I'rof Norriiili mid Mr. Thoinan wim Meier ti dto coiutiilcr v pi. in of organ* izatioil and n*p<>rt at tin* next meeting) to Im. he...

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